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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Dully Herald, Monday, September Defenders Run Away From 7-3-Twelve Thousand Saw the Game any means up to the former play dur- the vacation against the Vancou vers, they had no trouble at all in disposing of the Frenchmen. Lalonde who was with Vancouver last was expected to do grea things, >but big Galbraith held h{ down to a finish he only shot into the nets on one solitary occasion. easterners were touted as being very speedy and able to bore in -but they did not exhibit much running ability and their combination was a minus Quantity. They tried hard to get close in to the net, but the heavy defence of the Giffords and Galbraith was too much for them. There was little rough play during this "first con- test and very few penalties were hand- ed out: Twelve Thousand Present i Twelve thousand people witnessed the match which was declared to be slower rhan either of the two between the Montreals and the cupholders a few months ago and far below the (quality of the -league games -between {the Vancouvers and the New West- minsters. Another gamfc, and the one will played at New Westmin- fcier next Saturday, jiiatt Barr and Xorke, of Vancouver, are handling the game, .the former as referee and the latter as judge of play. The Game Starts .UJ doing-- the same, Lalonde and jUautWer doing tfce trick. GautMer's goal .was scored la eleven seconds en the first face off the New Westminsters had the plav. The Na nonals started off but they soon lost aad after some fairly good work b> opth teams Gordon Spring netted the first_ tally, for Minto Cupholders. e of the .Nationals -drew a pen- and of the Westminsters, went to the rence, it -being the first time this season for the Soring .boy. The New Westminsters opened toe sec- ond quarter with-a-hard dash'and Len Tumbull scored in less than two Gordon Spring then scored in ten minutes, putting the tally three to ml. The third quarter the Nation- als handed out a surprise, by secur- ing a partial reverse of form. Len iurabull scored twice for the West- ern team, but the Easterners came .was scored la eleven seconds en a rush from the face off. This made the score five'to two. The .Nationals tailed at the opening of' the last quarter, but the. New Westminsters soon found their gait again and put in two, making it seven to three. At that it remained until the close of the game. The teams were as fol lows: Position goal .point cov. pt. 1st def. 2nd def. 3rd def. centre NATIONALS L'iieureaux Uatterincn Gagnon Kecarle Clement Lecnapeiie Seucurs Duiude Gauthier i-aionde jSmoreaux -Jussault WESTMIN. Gray T. Gifford J. Gifford Galbraith Marshall Grennis R. Spring 3rd home W. Turnbull 2n-d home Wintemuts 1st" home Fenny out. home L. TurnbuU In- home G. Soring; F. Armstrong, for .Nationals; J. J. Johnston, for West- minsters. Penalty Time Labret- run a 4 Cylinders 20 H.P. Gears Bosch Magneto (F.O.B. Detroit) Including three oil lamps, tools liorn. op. gas lamps and are made of tested, flexible materials specially shrunk to hold their size. They Fit 2 for a Quarter Sold by leadin Men's FumishinirStores. First Quarter 1. New .Westminster, Sprin Second Quarter 2. New Westminster, Len Turn, bull, 2 3-4 nun. 3. New Westminster, G. Soring 10 min. 4-. JN'ew Westminster, L. Turnbult 4 -min. 5. New Westminster, L Turnrnuii 5-07. 6. .Nationals, Lalonde, 5.05. 7. Nationals. Gauthier, n sec. Fourth Quarter S. Nationals, Dussault, 3.2T. New Westminster, G. Spring, 10. 'New Westminster, L. Turabull MI BIG LEAGUE GA1 SUNDAY GAMES AMERICAN -..000 101 7 0 Detroit 000 4 I Batteries: Dygert and Livingstone- Muliin and Schmidt. At Chicago 40Q 2Q .......ooo ooo ooo-o 7 i Batteries: Walsh and Sullivan Hunt, Smith and Carrigan. bUUlvan AMERICAN ASSOCIATION At Minneapolis .201 000 000 10 Milwaukee ...000 300 000 9 Batteries: Biersi and Smith- and Marshall. Second Minneapolis 2 3 1 Me- There are 7500 Hupmobile owners in America. -The.great majority keep their cars at home And the great majority Of these home- tept Hupmobiles cost the owners about 25 cents a day. That means gasoline, Ton may moralize ail you like about the expense "of keeping automobiles-'- "but not find a Hupmobile-own- er who agrees with you. 'S? .will not admit that the Hupmobile is an expense at all. At '25-cents a -day hemaintains that Ms- Hupmobile is cheaper than a street infinitely less 'expensive than a horse. It is cheaper because it covers so.much more ground. It is an economy because it adds two or three hours of extra efficiency toAv- ery day's work. It is an economy because it enables the owner to do .two or three times as xLxUch work and still have leisure time liie fiupmobiie was built to save the owner time and money. As we said in our first advertisement if we made it any larger we couldn't it as well without chanyino- more money. Moreover, if we made it any larger it would cost, you more money to keep The Hupmobile is just the right size to save money; and it saves money, be- cause it is just the right size. Tire-cost, gasoline, repair these are held down by the Hupmo-' bile owner just because it is the size and type it is. You never see any second-hand Hup- There aren't any. A that has seen a year of service, with any kind of care at all. commands within a few dollars of the full price. Cheaper than street cars or horses: better either "It is the most econom- ical car. The average cost of oil and gasoline ner 1000 miles lias been only SS.25. Tire expense prac- tically nil. It is the most satisfactory car I have driven the last sis years." G. Hannum. "Have' found it very economical, actually cheap er, I believe, than riding on street J. Car- penter. "As to economy I aver- age from twenty-five to thirty miles on a gallon of H. .Kibbee.': "I have driven my ma- chine about 4000 miles, and have not spent a cent for repairs. Considering that I have got this mileage in about five months, at a net cost of ?40 maintenance, including washing and polishing, once or'twice a it makes the Hup- mobile considerably cheap- er than; a horse, and much more .'satisfactory than street Kelly. "In- ordinary city driving you can go from 28 to'30 miles on one gallon of gas- oline; for country roads, 25 miles on a R. Love. "I have been driving au- tomobiles of various makes since 1804-, and have had "less less expense, and more pleasure -with the 'Hup' than with any other car I ever L Marble. Men to whom a Hupmobile would make itself indispensable after a week's use Doctors Collectors, Lawyers, Rural Mail Carriers Sales Buyers, ank, trunk rack speedometer extra. And isn't it the handsomest, smartest car of its type in the market? Do you ever see one whiz by without saying to yourself, or hearing some- one else say: "By Jove., that Hupmo- bile is a handsome little As we've said, there are 7500 Hupmo- -Mes. in, none of them second- hand. There are at least one hundred thousand other people who can afford afford them in the sense that they ought to-.have in the sense that they would constitute a splendid in- vestm ent. See if you are in the list of folks suo-- gested to whom the Hupmobile Troulcl be useful. Bead what a few owners sav. Talk to a Hupmobile doubtless- there are two or three amons your then look up Hupmobile dealer. HUPP MOTOR CAR COMPANY' Wil 6 4 2 1 6 1 and 0 8 1 Scan- (LICENSED SELDENT PATENT) cylinder, 20 H. P.. 3% inch bore, 3% inch stroke; L-head type; water cooled; off- set crank shaft; fan bladed fly wheel Ln front Parsons white bronze bearings; noiseless cam shaft, TRANSMISSION Select. ive sliding gears in 'ex- tension bolted to crank case; shifting without noise. CLUTCH Multiple disc type; self-adjusting, en- closed in gear case; run- ning in'oil. REAR drive. Hyatt roller and Timken bearings; shaft and uni- versal joint enclosed, Specifications and Jubricated by oil from transmission. foot and two emergency (internal expanding) on rear hubs IGNITION Bosch high tension magneto, doing away with spark coil, batteries and connecting wires. inches. WHEEL ins. inches; op- tional, 60 inches. SPRINGS Semi-elliptical front, patented cross spring rear. EQUIPMENT-Two side and tail oil lamps, drag- on horn, tools, repair kit pump. WEIGHT 1200 -pounds regular equipment. I SATURDAY GAMES NATIONALS1 At St. St. 'Louis o New York i Batteries: Hearn and Phelps; tze and Snodgrass. Game. St. Louis........, 3 New York 11121, Batteries: Golden. Alberts, Phelps and Bliss; Ames, Drucke, Marquard and At Chicago- Chicago 5 Brooklyn............... 3 Batteries: Ruel'bach. "Brown 'Kling; Berger and Miller. Second Chicago............. 2 Brooklyn 3 Batteries: Cole and Kling; Ian and Miller. At Pitts jl'itts.faurg 4 0 5 12 i Batteries: Camnitz, White and Gibson: Ferguson and Raridan. At Cincinnati g g Philadelphia ..1 3 10 3 Batteries: Rowan and McLean; Slaughler and Moran. AMERICAN At Philadelphia- Philadelphia 3 G 3 Detroit................ 10 13 3 Batteries: Krause and Livingston'-- summers and Stanage. At St. New York............ 510 3 St. Louis.......'....... x Batteries: Ford, Sweeney Mitchell; Maler and Killifer. At Boston ......__ .___ 3 Chicago......... 4 Batteries: Scott, Sullivan Payne; Karger and Carrigan. At Cleveland- Cleveland Washington......... Batteries: Kaler- and ling, Groem and Street. SATURDAY AMERICAN ASSOCIATION At, Kansas Kansas City........... Minneapolis At St. Milwaukee........ 0 St. Second -M ilwaukee..... St. Paul Battenes: Hughes Dougherty and Lud. At Kansas Kansas City St. Paul Second Kansas' City St. Paul and r 4 Dawson; 5 3 and and 7 15 ---280 Land; Reis Edison Phonographs We are sole agents for these in Lethbridge and carry a of machines, both two and four minute records. CANADIAN PRICES ON EDISON PHONOGRAPHS Gem Gem Combination .Standard Combination Home Home Combination- Triumph The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co. HUPMOBILE COUPE The price, includes magneto, electric headlights and interior overhead light; .combination oil and electric dash and tall-' lamps; batteries and wiring shock ?b sorters; single drop seat from dasb; inch tires' The upholstering is the finest Front, door and Sde windows of plate glass can be raised and lowered at wtll Local Agents, St.; Phone 564, Lethbridge, Alta, Louisville........... Indianapolis EASTERN At Rochester- Rochester. 4 Buffalo .V." 2 Providence......... o Baltimore......... Jersey City .N'ewark At Montreal......... .NORTHWESTERN At- Spokane As a result of this ganio Second Game- Vancouver g G 4 Spokane 16 C Pool Lunch Counter Cigarsand Tobacco A. C. Messer Proprietor Snccessor to C. L Upton Basement Oliver BIk. Barber Shop in Connection ;