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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Edison Phonographs We are sole agents for these goods in Lethbridge and carry a full line of machines, both two and four minute records. 'CANADIAN PRICES ON EDfSON PHONOGRAPHS .Combination :Standard Combination Home 'Combinatfon The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co. The Lethbridge Pally September 20. IQio. .UETHBRIDGEi-MAN "A PARTY'TO ACTION. Sept John H. builder of Calga'ryjf A HANDFUL OF BASEBALL NOTES; GOSSIP OF VARIOUS CIRCUITS '1 hink the Athletics will -win in the i White Sheckard i American league, and they will have! Cubs 'and the (White has written a song, en tit Rex Billy bHaday. will -be the 'Little-Puff of Smoke, Goodnight" mos. evenly matchedjeanis that have] Joe Camllllon.-manager of tie Min- .jed tor years. Chance and Mack neapoiis club, says that .Lefty George iye good pitchers, with good jtiie former Pittsburs collegian whom juilt jSt. Louis Americans drafted f-om In .the Southern league, dianapolis, will be the .best southpaw a rain check this sea- Pitcher in baseball. entire schedule has.been I According to tradition all left- sn home -rounds. j handers are eccentric, and Vean are defiant because j Uregg is no exception: to the President Navin that jOresg has a superstition that to a .5500-fine to any of j your picture taken "before and Suffer from rheumatism? You fll find an almost perfect uric-acid solvent marvellous relief in TttCWftTSROF -fNav-ihe set., up. an rtO ft] jtH tm. JDoc- tet.io appear.in vaudeville this win- that it cost him yesterdays JJle :quartet.'ls composed off San Francisco ANOTHER ROW HAS ARISEN IN THE OTTAWA, LACROSSE CAMP OVER THE SETTLING OF DEFICIT BIG LEAGUE GAMES ana a gate, internal strife has croppe up among the executive body of the Capital .Lacrosse.Club, and unless cer am ;are Reported f ghtlng shy, come up with their por tion to reduce A note, legal ac .Jjon will ,be .taken Walter Cuimmgham. NATIONAL At meeting f tovraise to appease the banks out only a sparse gathering of the men Tv-no are connected with the club turn- up.. Another meeting was called Thursday and if all those on' the attendance, Mr. A .LARGE? WOLFi.SHOT time ago- at El- feow Park through; being- thrown Ifrpm Measures Four Feet Ten Inches From sulre, a commercfaYagS, w Sept A' WMte- T -r- _ "Cm, VVaO IS lOC2tfifJ fm tl ------j 3. commercial J Bell of H. L Downey, of Calgary, on the .''ground thax-they neg- ligently drove .aa; automobile, which frightening of tne.vnorses .that {aim from the TOO MANY IRISH ARE LEAVING THE QLD SOD. Bassano, Sepf E. A. White. ho is located on_ a homesie'ad souih of the Bow -'river and two. miles and a half east of the ferry, met -with a strange experience last .Friday.' 'While working- short distance .from was only Sept .many Irish are leaving Ireland this year -'in opinion of the A clipping from an Irish. -Journal for- warded iere jby'ifepaty -Consul Ana- Strong, jr.... of Cork, says the Irish em- igration: -statistics prove unsatisfact- One thousand eight hundred and one persons left this'country July, as compared -with for July of. last year, an increase of Of-the emigrants, wera :7S4- females.' TQ ajj 0 Ireland -during1 .ost several chickens" lately he -went to-tie house for his, shot gun and returned soon to Wolf stil' on .the ,'Warpafch- for rinorei chicken" Mr. -White shot with the first crack of. Ms gun, bat as his gun MONK TOLD WHY HE DIFFERED.-FROM BORDEN Quebec., sept D. Monk M.I-., was. the'.principal speaker at a very largely attended meeting at Mont magnay this afternoon, and was'en- tanaastically received :by the three thousand electors of that county and adjoining .as -well 201 010 6 0 and Fromme and Keren, and Dooin. AMERICAN At St. Louis- Boston ........210 000 10 teem for the ed for. they are .obligat- When the club started off this sum- mer there was an obligation of 100 .carried with During' the seaV, son" the 'attendance pretty good, but the books of the club show there- is a deficit of on the sea- son alone, bringing.the total indebted- ness of the .club up .to of this has been-carried for over three vears, having, been contracted when he team ..was .taken to She-'coast j inere is a pronounced split in the that the dirty .-j-u Loms.. ...._.210 001 -r es, -as 'we as house he large. wolf loiter- eral nundred residents of QueSe ing in. the. neighborhood.. As .he had. vis. and Rivere Loupe lost severa chi with BB shot he speed, tmd to "see the animal I lands at top I A couple of days --later Mr i iwas '.agreeably surprised to his chicken lover lying dead member for Cartier during .three quarters "of an jiving his reasons for the naval policy-of Sir Wilfrid Laur- At New Tork- .......100 000 York- 000 000 000-H) Batteries: Olmscead Quinn and Criger. At Cleveland 010 01 nnv T .uj.v UXt> Philadelphia and Block- ler'and Mr. Bdrden; and was ,'The other ers were -o3- a 'half mile from, where ;he had shot the (beast Tie wolf measures fou reet ten, inches' .from nose to tip .persons Ehe'first months, of same -period in t J V Tie -total immigration .010 -201 Batteries; .Blanding and Morgan and Livingston A-t shlngton 101 100 ,u 050 010 00 .6 Xi for -the C Stroud and- n. and ,3Ir. Zevidny.. advocates Gray. Otey, Walker' e. and, each'W'the object of I Street a very flattering .receDtion j AMERICAN '-ASSOCIATOJN At Toledo v 000 _. take it for granted thev Lcagtic Talk Pittsburg Nationals and Boston Ameri- cans May Meet in Post Series Whether the Boston Red Sox or the Piitsburs Pirates'are the stronger ball eam.Tnay be decided .in a post season enes. T T f To Take On Langford Chicago; Sept. Joe said Jack and It is understood that the mat- threshed out by President the Boston Americans, who has been approached by the I City people with a view to a world's ch aimed- at his round head Sam Lan-gf ord. a beaten PAY UP. I Vsi-t ,-w i j W -Ottawa, Tl'e Department .-0M If the' cipality -of "Sydney, N.' for. f the cost year, emigratioii I trcons to the caw liiill reaclir nearly the year, j ARMED ROBBERS SUSY PORTAGE LA PRAIRIE. Portage La, tools railway tool shed and breaking -into, a laundry, where they .secured, nothing, four arm- ed men- held up the night clerk of the Empire .Cafe at half past- two'this throwing him into the street Indianapolis -Batteries: fcett. James-and Hartley At St. :K.., .2 000 5 ._ Jeanette suspicion of a doubt.. Is he to get a match with Noc.yet. Natur'aliy. you "will, sav of the Indiana League) team has been purchased by -.the Browns. R0- Did it ever strike you that good goods and', small profits means more trade and more REAL profits ME than I'd get if I "skiimed" my That's .the' begt of reasons why I should give you good honest .values in all sorts of turniihings.' When passing drop..in and .examine my new line of fall OVERCOATS, CAp, UNDERWEAR, SWEATER COATS, SHIRTS, ETC. and you will; be convinced that they are the beat values in -the. MY H AND 96 LINES OF SLATER SHOES are in a class by themeclves. Sole Agents.- THE MEN'S MAN to Eureka that aftpr taking seventy-five Paul 000 000 10 ----w. Sterger a Brandan and Hitter. At Louisville .then-makin "hC" 000 5 010 OOx-2 5 the till Batteries; Richer" and Allen; Lieb comes from Indianapolis lowerman, who has been iing tor- the Indianapolis .team of American Asso'ciation this -year ed mns for' Yorkshire and; tab- en wickets, .while in-all first- class matches he'has "made over 27.-' 000 runs. ly.and-unthinkingly 100UM things they are made to say by lax managers and by interviewers who! stretch things a'bit SOLD EVERYWHERE and Arbogast." At ilinneapolis ...201 uuxo -jfear nas ne intenaer? rn Tnnira -t i 3- that it Jean-ette-he would JO< W ao OIll v QTI _ f 13 4 -Milwaukee: Sol 000-4: 9 i Batteries: Le'lliviiig and Owens- Gtt- Ungan, Madden, and Marshall EASTERN At 9 Montreal Batteries: Crbatch and Woods; Keete and Curtis. At Kbchester ,v, Toronto again. It ishat only Bowerman's personal regard Wackills of the Indian- "IB Joe year, as it was Watkins'who gave nim his really first good chance to plav after he left the University of .-Michi- gan a good many years. ago. 'No less than eight major league i clubs put in a draft for certainly; -why: And then there wouldn't" he any Rudolph's Great Feat Sep Rudolph remarkable .game of "ViTiere and when could thor Ah, there's-the ruo.- England- and Australia mighr sent jeantttul field for .a. ei5ilt or ten Ty Cobb says he can always feel a oveWork durinif the cross-firing and and the .public will be sicksr tfcnji HERMANN SAYS-'ALL THE PLAYERS MUST GO ON TOUR. -Her mean of.. the Cincinnati: baseball' club, and chairman of 'the''National" Com- mission, has-lssiied; a duplicate of .a let- ter he wrote to Manager Bancroft, concerning, the play- j ing. of "barnstorming- 'tours He says it has the practice 05 major, league pick fourteen or' Mteen- ours arter I Provide finances fo- the players Her- i.mann points out'fthaiinjustice, of the practice, to -those- players vwio.care not: -invited to go, and-tellB Bancroft if "any .club wishes to--go on trips, of .this kind -'fVe to a11 the- and divide the money received amonz -them, all., SMOKE At any www UUCO UU b jet -credit in the records for a no-hit game, as his team-mates were unafole to score until the twelfth inning In the full nine innings netfEer team had made an error, and not a safe -hit had been made off Rudoluh. In. the iOtc v augan fumbled a hard chance, which the only questionable play of the _uay. It was scored-as an error. lu the llth Montreal got a. clean hit, and repeated in the 12th, thus 'depriving Kudolph of the honor of a no-hit game. Ciiester Carmichael of Buffalo Jinr himself was: peerless leader put tc Shall I use Cole at the tfUi. outset? It's ten to one he has decided not to, although that pitcher has shown the -best form, of any of the club twirl- And the reason will be, of course. ers. T..U.A yi. tne greater experience, and judgment time-tried vereraas of his staff But Cole is veteran enough, after experience throughout an entire' sea- son in the big league, and the young ot xsaiiaio Jim" uuu tiic juuus of Geo. seemlto' be preferable to either neither of whom rlS_._ mvfncible, as of old, this Q.JJ.U iVlUVVll" nell of Rochester, pitched co-hit games tnis season, the first-named against Jersey City. Wiggs' against Rochester' and McConnell against Toronto was the best performance of these three, aST only one first base on a pass, after Cockill had missed a foul ball on the Matter M2d and Extra Fine. pares! form in which iobacco can be smoked." Calgary Two Football, Championships The Herald's coqe got mixed yester- day m the of the- Bennett Shield same. Instead of 'being a win for Lloydmlnster, the-game for the Shield and the championship of the province, resulted in a victory" for the Calgary Caledonians by 2 to 0. It was' a good -game, a-lthough the Calgary feoys complain that "the Edmon ton men who-were supposed .to make the arrangements did not do so satis- factorily. Fred William scored both goals for Calgary, and Petrie, ttie'.'left half, ooked after the loydminster's outside right, who did all the scoring against Edmonton, so that he got no count- ers. Calgary is the champion fottball city of Canada and Alberta at present, and he two championships held by different clubs, the Hillhurst and Caledonians respectively. SCOTTISH FOOTBALL. _ Glasgow, Sept. are the results of the' Scottish League rnes i; Glasgow 4. season. It's almost a sure thing that Miner Brown will face Bender in the first w xv CCIJ the black movements.' one time that the veteran might safely be sidetracked by Chance. ENGLISH FOOBBALL. London, Sept the football game in the first division of the Enw- lish League, played between Sheffield United and Liverpool, -the former 'by 2 to 0. Yorkshire -Cricket Notes Hirst Has Made Record Performance This r Year, Mr., Geo. Buf.Iey forwards the'fol- lowing Yorkshire cricket'notes that are- interesting. John- Sharp will, .be the richer by as the result-of his ben- Lanciishire and York- attendances on the three Automobile owners are informed that a plant repairing of all kinds of Tires and Tubes has been installed by the Central, Cycle and Repair 33la Eighth Avenue, east, Calgary. The difficulty hitherto met with in having tires and tubes Vulcanized has been eliminated by. the introduction of a thorough, plant Specimens .of work on application. Work sent returned with all pos- sible despatch. Central Cycle and Repair Works 331 Eightth Avenue East, Calgary. A. T. BARNES, Prop. w, Wednesday The record Benefit, of course be- 0 Him' of the crowds of Yorkshire, who si? ears ago -drew benefit was 'Hirst'; for admission. George H. Hirst h-as accomplished unprecedented feat of taking 100 Knodes has brought off- the ent-for the last seven years' I Lunch Counter Cigars arid Tobacco A. C. Messer Proprietor Scccessor to C. L Upton Easement Oliver Barber Shop in Connection and 4s al THE ALEXANDRA. BARBER SHOP Sear Sitting Room Alexandra Hotel High Class Work. Everything on the Square. Patronage Solicited. FRANK THOMAS Proprietor..' and 110 wickets, so seasons, 190-1-6-6 he made J.152 runs and wickets. Altogether lie has P. O. GARAGE BEOWJSTE- CO. Five Stalls, with lockers, etc. Rates reasonable. Cars washed, polished arid delivered.- J___g5s Westminster Road- ;