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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETITRRIDCE WEEKLY HERALD Friday, H 22, lijlf.' Record of all Live Events of Interest to Western Can- ada Readers CHICKEVANS DEFEATED BY HILTON The Great English Golfer RAYMOND BEAT MAGRATH AT TRAPS Haymoud, re- sult of today's rlub shorn mi tlio Raymond rilie ranges way u win for Raymond over gnuh by a score of lit lo The shooting was for a silvar cup [jre'jjemvd by it. A. (Jiliios of Hayniond, 'to be won two eni'i out of three. "STEVE" EVANS, THE STAR COMEDIAN OF ST. LOUIS ,TEAn' Scores Another Notable Victory Shinnecock Mills. L. I., Sept. Playing his hiljf wooden dub phots up to the hole with great skill, Har- nhl M. 3-lilton. champion of (treat, Britain and the United de- feated (.'harles W. "Oiit'fc" Kvuns- .Jr., of Chicago, hy three up and two jo play in the final round tti the in- vitation tournament a I the National Golf Links America here today. The final round was at 3M lu'le.s, and as Milton retired for'lunch three up he JL'gan the afternoon with a re- markably safe lead. It was a case 01 a steady and strategic golfer against a and brilliant BUES SENSATION AT THE COAST Former Local Ball Player Leads the Batting in Northwestern Letiibrid'-U" baseball fans were in 1007 will remember third baseman Ariie six feet hi height and buih after th-e style of a small brick house. Well. Artie b with the Seuttte club of tiie North- western K-aaue, and leads (but organ- ixaiion in the baiting ttepiirtinent, tlvo fine average of Some j hitter. is whin the Vancouver World'has to say of Hues: i "Just as if be had not cinched the j old baiting championishp weeks j Artie Bues keeps banging away at the same old .350 clip. 'Mr. (Jtfas has j END OF MONTH; not val'ied l5 lJOiuls way from _______ I ins for two months or more. We shall have to conclude thut.he i-J real simou-pure .350 bitter, and it is time we were also realizing that for steady, consistent swatting, Mr. Bue-3 PLAY OFF TIE AT On nceour.t returns the football executive meeting called for last evening did not materialize. It has been suggested, however, that one from tomorrow would be a suitable date on which to play on the S-O.E.-Callies tie. Unless some .ser- ious objection is raised by imi'iviriual members, or something uni'orseen oc- cifrs. .Saturday, Sept. 30th, will be the date for the game. Games in the Big Leagues EVAiiS. ST RIGttT .Members of.the Sr. Louis team say :at there isn't the mjin Ih-ing who CUD Iho better of "Slevo" Evans, the genial right fielder of the Cardinals. In is the beat thing the Northwestern! They have tried to jolly Bvans, both individually and col le-fiic Iris turned out in raimv a 'ot-'tlvcly, and have failed, and doubt auy one else's ability to gel us fervently hope ihat. onoftmist. Evans scoffs at the Idea. ATHLETICISM IN EXCELSIS OR TWO ABOUT O'TOOLE ing through America just.now, U'.kiugj. in all manner oC sporting events, turned baseball writer. He saw the Giants wallop the'Ctibs and these are! more gainer feme of the things he had ro say; j }iome nins, "Glorious! Wonderful When can I see another game? Let me rend the table ot points and s'ee bow Use clubs stand, as regards position. I mtist fol- low it. Even after half an hour_or less in fathoming Ihe joints of the game my enthusiasm is aronsetl. Tt is inevit- able that keeness engendered will be- come greater as I acquire the subtle i points of baseball and become more! faaiiliar with the rules. But even to a man profoundly Ignorant of it, the facsination Is sublime. That wonder- ful swerve of the pitcher presents to one a new rather lank of nit aerial flight. The baseball pitcher is no less than a wizard, and wlrau he gets his try-out with the -N'eiv York, Giants, he shall not prove the same dismal failure as ditl Pat Flanagan, one''other' Northwestern hatting champion. Bues. 2ath homer, over the Spittle fence the other day, and it was only his 145th game, too. That is a better record, proportionately, j MARTY O'TOOLE HAS HA.D than the redoubtable Ping Bodla hung PREVIOUS TRIAL IN THE up in the Coast .league last year, for MAJOR LEAGUE j-Ping hud 21- games in which to I ihoot the fences. Bues has '2tl in which to chalk up six and pass the Bodie re- cord. EraDS ,s tbe ot !h8 Llglle_ nir roll. bave often ndrtoed him to seek' nn engagement on tlie yaudorlll slno a "When I get iii tire hole, and there is a danger of the other, team scor- ing a run or two, I alwnys try to strike out tire batter." .Martin Dl L7MTV HI If'k'Q j James O'Toole. for whom the" Pitw- PLLN 1 I I burg.club gave the highest ON THE WAYjPriC'a ever paid for a toisehail. play- er, wa-3 telling what lie did when Ire J found himself in a piuch while work- Snootmg Yet in superannuated pitchers surely Sight for Local Sports- men ing oil the twirler's hill. "I try to strike 'em continued O'Toote, "because ,it's way of putting the game on ice. If yon can make 'em whiff the air, there is The past week has not had as large, no, chance ,of m olltrieMel. to drop a number of devotees lo the duck j ,ne or tor an to kick hunting sport as had sonic of the it. ThB whiff syst'em look-i good to previous ones. A few small parties j me. and. I try to follow it. Bend journoved out to the hikes in the ev- j over." (ieypted a couple of hours j O'Toole i to the morning shoot. No very to prove it. Irish. -He doesn't have He admits it. And he's adopt juggling as a profession. The wonderful sea of thousands of faces ex- pressing every phase of fierce passion, for a wonderful game of skill, an' leaded to take one's attention off the psychology of the spectacle j hags are reported, though three leaves one wondering. Then the clean tul, niembcrs of the Sporting hard driving possesses the resonant B ]f smack of tne ball, which is such music I to work in a ta'sr factorv there and to the cricketer's ear. The whole jnozen vplump .specimens yesterday "olk e _ inijiression is braiijy athleticism in i morning. Another mcmher was ior- red-headed. Martin James was born South Farmington, Mass., "3 years ago. After leaving school he went HIMJIliRST. TEAM GOING TO ENGLAND Calsary, Sept. football club of. this city, clnimpions of C.'anada, have 4) leave Calgary Sunday and sail CHICAGO AVIATOR j FALLS TO DEATH I Dewitt, Iowa, Sept. Al Kossnbaiiiu, of Chicago, was killed hero yesterday when his aeroplane a lielgfft of fifty fcet. Hosen- batlm was. mn'king a trial fligght in the aaine-niachiire .which other avlal-. :ors had unsucceasfully attempted to navlsaie., .iROK-enbaum declared he would'-prove .that the machine wouUl fiy. in air for twenty minutes and was just about to de- scend, when he lost control of the machine, and fell crashing -lo the earth. MODEL .88 CALIBER Extra Light Weight .Repeating Rifle Mwcta a light cartridge lor "tun" ywfc heavier (of hMntiiif. Thii handles .11 Short, ,ai Long-pr .23 Long Rifle ridfM without change of adjustment. It's a take-down and very handy, all-around small caliber repeater. Kxamine one and jrou'll agree that it'i the biggeat rifle value ever offrred. ASK TQUR DEALER TO SHOW YOU ONE. later he played on the Denlson ream. As a pitcher he attracted so much 'attention that lie vras grabbed by the Providence (East-am 1'eagtie) j club, bur, of his iige (he was only IS then) he was turned over Lo the N'en- Brockton (New England Peagu-a) team. In the fall of 1908 he was picked up...toy', the Cincinnati team, John Gauxel then being mana- ger of that club. Although a mem- ber of lira" Reds in the fall of. the IPOS season, 'and the spring of tlva fol- lowing year, lie didn't impress .very much, add he was turned 'back lo New Brockton. He blamed a bad arm, ev- en at that -early date, for lil-s falling to mnk-e good in the big league. After the warm weather came, how- ever, Marty's ;ir mcame around, i-nd li'3 pitched good ball for his beam. Al- though signed by the Boston Ameri- cans, he wav; brought on for trial, but was turned over to the S'. Paul (American Association) team. That was in 1910. But he stayed with the St. Paul team only until July, when be was to the Sioux City (-Western league) team, and helped that outfit win the pen- nant. Hi'j good work there caused him (o be brought back to tii'a St. Paul team this season, .and -he prov- ed the sensation of-the circuit.. "This pitching business, according to my way of .thinking, Is a game of, trying to said O'Toole. "1 use a wpitball, but I do not depend on that alone !o fooi 'cm. I have speed, and some good curves, and I throw whatever I-believe will fool the hatter." PAGNUELO WINE 4 SPIRIT CO. Lethbrldge, Alta' GREAT FALLS HAS GOOD BASEBALL RECORD HAVE WON EVERY LEAGUE 'AS- SOCIATED WITH Great Sept. for- hial avi-ardiug of the pennant of the Union AEEocinlion-f'ol' 1911 lo Great Kails, at lh-a meeting of tha magnates NATIONAL Chlcngo.................... 0 -I I Philadelphia................ -I 10 I ant) Grabuni; Alexander and .Madden. Second OlmVun.........'.'......... (i S Vhiladoliihln 2 S -I Smith and Arcbor: Chillmers, Cur- Its', Sta'nley and Cotter. M! 'l.o'nis 2 (i 2 New York................. S li I Harmon ami liliss: ewson and Meyel-5. St. l.oills S 12 (I 10 1 and YVinso: Maxwell and .My- ers and HhtsUiirg !l Bo'ston'..................... AMERICAN New .Vork 1 Cleveland S 1-1 0 Qulnil. Hoff and Williams: .Mitchell and. Easterly.. Boston B Detroit...................... ;l and Henry; ilulliu and Stanuge. Philadelphia Si. Louis Morgan and Livingstone: Brown, Mitchell and Clarke. T 10 0 -I s a N-elson, SALE OF Men's Wear Men's Fine Ikuvy FlHimel Top Shlrlb. Itcsular li.OO Men's Fine- Bluo Top Shirts. Hugnl: for................................. .Muii'n Fine N'avy ShirU. Hegular .Men's-Heavy Flannelette Nlg'hl Shirti for....................................... Men's Heavy .Military Shirts. Itegular for .Men's Negligee, 'I'ooke's make. Hegnlar II.i for'....................................... .Moil's iXegllKoe, Tooke's make. Hegtilar ?2.0U for....................................... Men's Heavy Wool Sox. Hesular Bite, for -Men's Henvy Wool Sox. Regular 3yc, for .Men's Heavy Overalls, (tegular 11.50, for Men's Pino Tailored Suits, llegulur S2S.OO, for .Men's Fine Tailored Suits. Regular for Men's Fliie Tailored Suits. Regular flii.OO. for....................................... .Men's Trousers, itegulai' for Men's Lined (lloves, worth for .Men's Lined Gloves, worth ?1.2S. for we are doing out this line ei'.tirelv, and pricea cut very low. Hogular ?1.GO j ff 25c 20c 518.50 RYLANDS CO. Macdonald Block Chicago 'vs wet grounds. Waclungton, no ganre EASTERN Toronto 000 000 000-0 8 chester..... 001 001 7 iocLcstcr .........021 200 OOx-S 0 foroiito...........001 100 000-2 (i Jersey City ......010 0111 flOO-3 8 ltimoic'........00031080X-7 S Montreal at'Buffalo, game cancell- ed on account of ruin. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Kansas' City 5 s ijouisville................... Paul Toledo 10 12 3 6 Standing of Clubs Today NATIONAL. Vtnv York Chicago 'iUsbm" 'hiiadelpliia Hrcioklyn Boston held in Salt Lake' last Friii'ay, the I Sl Electrics assumed .the .title, p'fficiajjy. lnclnna" v.-hicb haa Been given 'them .editor- ially ainc'a the close of th-e season- Pennant Winnei'.i. And Great. Falls has kept clean its record of having won the pennant in -avery leagiie of which it was a ni-ember. Thls winning ot pennants is lik'a any other achievement worth 'while, Woi 85 SI SI 73 Mi in Lost P.O. .59'li 55 no .57-1 .5.17 .512 AMERICAN Uet1011 since its chief requisite is tire con- C'lctelnnll centration of energies, ably directed. At the start of the season, Manager Boston Heed made it plain to his players that Chicago they were -exacted to attend to bus- iness play ihall, and each, and every member of the team responded with tht'result that -'Great Falls fin- ished first. Great Falls !S points .ahead of Salt Lake this season. Bntte way in close third, hy IJoise, Helena la. The first three bad it all their own way. Won 111 83 59 33 .660 .601 .533 .518 .'185 ,12.3 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Mimu-apolis Kansas C'ity Col'irnniis liuliunapoli.1. SI. I Mill Won in; 82' 85 WELL KNOWN LACROSSE PLAYER WAS DROWNED New Wratminster, B. .Sept. ThoH. Fenton, aged 18, son of Fonton, and a well known lacrosse player, wag drowned lust night. Los I 63 67 71 77 S3 82 ill .181 .IBS .109 Halthnorc Torouto BufUilo .Montreal City... NeuHi-k Prox'idence Won Lost P.O. 52 fll S3 58 .BOS 73 73 (ill 77 5ti S2 50 .S0.3 .173 .107 .347 FIRE DESTROYS BRANTFORD'S 'BIG SKATING RINK Hrnntfnrcl, Ont., Sept. fnld's .sK'atini? Hieliii on Waterloo St., the largest ot its kind in Western tarin, caught fin1 tlii.s mornhif; and WBS ileslroyud, Ihe fire spreading In a doxt'n lion.seK .idjoining, ttt'O of ulucli weie entirely destroyed. A RE Fit-Reform better than ever Suits Most assuredly they are. Better values, to ,begin with, at every price front to JjJ. Better tailoring, with another year's experience to guide us. As to styles, you must see them tor yourself. We can only say they, are the Utest and are absolutely correct.. mm McKELVIE McGUIRE, Fprd Doesn't Get a Show on very often to the opposing Lsa'ni Up in Xew York i.hey are wonder- ing why Ha] Chase does not.itse.Ruy- BBll Ford more ,'as a relief twirler. Easily "the best heaver on th-e High- andera' staff, The great Russell has not been called item the tide of when the pitcher in the box commen- ces to waver. With his great, ability, t is figured out Unit, Chase could >ave many a game by fiiiling on bis star twirler, the same way JfcGraw upon Christy Matliewson, or Chance on Brown. Kprd is a hard vprker iyhcir lie ..does pitch a'game, perhaps Chase lias a good reason or reserving him. The great twirter takes bis turn in.lhe every five days, ami possibly.- Chase fig- ures that lie will win the great ma- jority of his contests if given the pro- per rest Cor'he is no giant at. that. Out of 24 games Ford lias pitched this season, be lias '.von 17 and lost 7. lie has worked almost in as many games as any other Van- kce twirler, a-3 the records show. In accordance with Chase's system of handling the pitchers, iioue of his men have been asked (o work like a Walsh, a Wood or a Coombs. Qidnn and Caldwell have figured in 2fl games, the most a, Yankee twirler lias been, in, and tills against U -by Ed Walsh, 37 by Jack Umimbs, ahd 3fi by .In-a Wood, who are H lot of good rescuers. WILL BE ALL THE BETTER FOR A GLASS OF SREY ROYAL II mm wniT I ASK FOR IT AT TIIE BAR- I I I KBEr JT IN YOUR HOME I Pagnuejo Wine apd Spirit Co. ;