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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Phonographs We are sole agents T for :tliese goods in Letlibridge and full line of -.machines, both two aiid -four minute records. CANADIAN PRICES ON EDISON PHONOGRAPHS The Lethbridge Daily Herald, FRANK WHITE WELLS DEFINES HIS POSITION Has Been Selected to Take Place Packey McFarland. Gem Combination Standard Combination Home Home Combination Triumph m RAISED BY THE CHICAGO FANS To Bet on the Cubs in the Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co. World's Champion- ship Series Chicago, Sept. the. world's series still a month away are Cincago. Sept. for I'ackey .McFarland, who recently crawl ed out of meeting the light 'weight j caarapion Frank White, of the conqueror of Jack Redmond, has -been matched to meet Ad -Wolgast in a ten-round 'bout Before the Badger Athletic Club of Milwaukee, on Oct- ober 7. According to the terms, as made by Tom Jones and Larney Liechtenstein, i representing the boxers, the men will 133 pounds at .the ringside or Takes within an hour of fighting time, tne early j Jt is considered this -will a much the Champion Sensible View London, Sept. 22. "Bombadier" Wells, whom Eugene Corri considers the coming boxer ,aad the man some day likely to retain the world's csam- for the BIG LEAGUE GAMES NATIONAL PHONE 1032 412 ftOUMD CATCHER CLARKE HAS NEW IDEA is -ripe the money will be shipped to Philadelphia- to be placed on the Cubs at the best available newspaper in I FRENCH MA RATH ONER pects: "Xamrally I was very pleased to TO HOLD ONTO JOB HIS .I'm get-ling the biggest chain, pad- lock and key they can make custodian of a: pool of which. Has 'been gathered to oet on the Cubs. The money will be sent to the Quaker City in a, few days so that there will be plenty of time to get it placed. Just what odds the contributors to NEARLY KILLED. learn that Mr. Corri thinks so highly my fighting powers." he said. opinion from such a judge of boxing as Mr. Corri puts heart into :i young i fighter. But I am sensible enough to Henry St. Yves.Had Narrow Escape! 0 i) 1 York l batteries: Pfeiser and Kling; and Myers. tJecond Chicago .......010 000 5 2 York .....o-JO 010 7 y Batteries: Kuolbach uncl Kling: in Motor Cycle Races. that" I no' do anything j and Meyers. Johnson, yet awile. I might be able i At" jto stand up to him for ten rounds or .be a. ibig -bunch of raw recruits.-on the team in the immediate future, ii' I dont chain.up my locker get my uniform, my job. I r. Coombs and the other, pitch- ___ >rm -lovo iers OE tlle Attaetic but just the fated distances, scrapped tne grand rtnnV isame' fjie-' ar9 goins to siaQd and snapped his chain He .capers coming at Sat. CubS 1OBt tha 202 010 14 Philadelphia ...000 005 9 .Batteries: .phillipi and Gibson, E Sher'.er and Dooin. big. Stripped.; St.' Louis 000 SOO miles an hour, i I am just 188 Ibs.. but I am steadily fBrooirh-n. io> oVoix- Y K _ 11 i V VX-V _L I nttsburg f J all! j, -LU.J iiCiKiiL iiiiu ieacn are ail l Kuden. a veteran, when he miscalcul-i right, and I have age in mv favor for Batterles: Heam and Scan ated distances, scrapped the grand !l am onlv ton, Berger and Miller. are fall' of young pitchers these days, but.-catchers don't seem to grow any'j more. ;Every youngster coming -up tmnks he rataer a pitcher, and so they try to throw curves instead of putting on the 'big glove. My ad- vjce to the young is: Become" a catcher. Plenty of good jobs wait- Ing, .and nobody to take them." ib off -the World's Honors. iront wheel slued and dished. Still grand }I am only twenty-three. 'Next, I want experience, only had s, CnamaJes, the custodian 'of the clinging to the machine St. Yves slid v 000 pool, is a rabid Cub fan. He rare-} with it the length of the grand stand ly misses a game at the Cub park, and was picked ut> for dead. In- and sometimes travels around the cir-i stead, it turned out that he was on- cuit with Chance's team. J4y stunned and scratched. TBAINERKOWE QUITS TURF AFTER 40 BEILLIANT YEARS PORTLAND MAY SUPPORT TWO TEAMS NEXT YEAR. -Portland, Ore., Sept. is to have continuous baseball again nest year. At least such was Intirn- bv TRY HIS LUCK IN HAD WONDERFUL CESS WITH GREAT'HORSES OF DWYER, BEL- MONT AND HEENE STABLES f have both of won easily. In India I fought fifteen fights and-won them all. 3 of them myself. against men heavier than When i the Champion- ion, Berger and Miller. At Boston .....000 002 000 9 Cincinnati ..002 100 000 10 1 Batteries: Brown and .Raridan and Fromme, Gasper and Mc- suc- (By Ed Curley) Some fine afternoon this ocean greyhound is going to bear j McCredie who away .James Rowe, a man that has j one year. That was th'ree seasons ago. fall an [For nearly a decade the Duke of Port- the leading winning feature turf. record made turf history.. Howe has decided The famous victories of Colin and Sy to throw down the gauntlet in Merrie jsonby.will never be mentioned without England and train the horses of Her- bringing Rowe into the conservation. man 3. Duryea. It's not for gold that Rowe is going to cross ihe briny deep. The undefeated champion Colin7 was never out of sight of his trainer. Down returned to Portland to-day, after bar- -ing attended the meeting of the dir- 'ecto-s of., the Pacific Coast -League at yaa last Friday, and'-his re- marks virtually, mean that there will i no -expansion on the o: .Pacific Coast League, but that organization will permit .the No western League to place a club m, e Portland, as was the case in 1909 a and the neign ,of a thor- comforts to provide for -the 'welfare of ship of India my opponent weighed 203 Ibs. I came back from India with. the express purpose of trying -ro win the championship of When I have done this I shall begin to real- ize that I am some one. "I have never seen Johnson box, but from all accounts I should say that he a magnificien-: defense fighter. In my opinion, the men who have fought Johnson have made the mistake of not trying to 'raw' him not forc- ing him to lead and give them an opening. To beat a man like Johnson ;you must hit him hard and often, and 'the only chance hitting a man" with such a defence is tq compel him to lead and give you-an opening. If I had tc fight the 'nigger' should, keep on feinting till he was compelled to lead. Second innins ..104 100 13 2 -300 100 6 '3 Raridan: Boston ___-. Cincinnati Batteries: Ferguson and Kowan, Gasper and Clarke. AMERICAN At Then" there my chance. Cleveland .....000 000 6 l .New York .....000 000 7 2 At South 'l 2 rhiiadelphia 5 7 3 Batteries: Lindsay and Owens; Mor- 'gan. Atkins and Donahoe. At Battle Creek, Battle Creek............ i 6 3 Chicago, 14 15 Young, Walsh, .Lang and Block; Koger and Nelson. 'I am sure this, is the only plan. to be success- Representative McCredie said -hat OUghbred is his sweetesl music aDd trv Corses oe fe .Walters, president of the Oak1 S? ful. And that is what -made Jimmy vrfAvtw-XAt, WA. I.iiU iJCiti. TIWIVIIT- "Wfa f fa -1C the Los Angeles club, were coming north in a week or so to look over the situation relative to the expansion idea, -but .both .of them are opposed to four clubs in the north, and 3 Credie will not -listen" to anv. south and three north proposition" such advocated by the California magnates. Hecfrlc Sestorer for Men A French Remedy PSOSFEONOL restores every nerve in the body to its proper tension; restores rim and vi- tality. Premature decay and all sex- ual weaknesses averted at once, will make you a new PHOSPHONO: man. goin England. Trainers may flash across the rac- L Began as a Jockey Rowe has tasted the sweets Purse of for Cars With a Record of Seventy Miles an Hour World's Greatest Auto Meet For Indianapolis .New York, ,Sept. west has had several courses of the real thin- in automobile racing, but now it wants a complete -banquet, with the open- of the .Indianapolis and Los An- i same a. dectded -boom in that section hear of ?mng the 01 cars on Western circuits the drivers got busy at Atlanta" and Daytona Beach, evening matters "P. Last month Mulford won j race at in remarkable good :tlme. True, it .was not as fast as.L-ote Wagner's, grand prize card at bavannah, or George H. Robertson's IMS- Vanderbilt Cup race, -buf-lt was worthy of more than passing notice in fact, it was so superior to the Cobe cup race of 1909 that eastern motor oik commenced to look up. And now comes the most ambitious project from the Indianapolis motor- arome. if it carried out next -ear will see what appears .to -be "a Automobile owners are informed that a plant for the repairing of all kinds of Tires and Tubes has been instated by the Central Cycle and Repair Works, Eighth Avenue, east, Calgary. The difficulty hitherto met with in having tires and tubes- Vulcanized has been eliminated -by the introduction of a thorough, up-to-date plant. Specimens of work on application..Work sent returned with all pos- sible despatch. Central Cycle and Repair Works 33i Eighth Avenue East, Calgary.. A. T. BARNES, Prop. P. O. GARAGE. BROTOE- COSMA2TCO. Five Stalls, .-with lockers, Rates reasonable. Cars washed, polished and delivered. 246 Westminster Road. of the nze events. QUIET LEADERS Are the Two Managers Who May Fight For World's Honors., CMcago, Sept. Mack the secluded manager of the gallant .wmarielphia Athletics, wiio have just as good as won the American league pennant, has a task set for him this rail such as he has never 'before-faced in his long and brilliant career on the base-ban field. He is expected to re- deem the league for its defeats of the past three years by scoring, a victorv over the -Chicago Cubs, .the winners to he in the National 'League. League magnates Vanderbilt and grand are glad that Connie Mack is to 'TJiat is., the .best'driv- rs-and cars in the world will com- >ete at the Indianapolis track in a pecial contest. Tentative plans present them on the battle field ag- ainst tne peerless leader Frank of the Nationals. It is heing quite generally talked around that the been made. .West Side--------- 3JJ.UUO in cash Only cars that veraged seventy miles an. hour in ome form of competition" will toe eli- to compete. If the project is carried out it would the greatest event known "'automobile game. It would .quick and clever enough to give it to him. SOX BUY MANY ing scene sweeping everything before SOUrs of racing from everv standpoin them, "tt-hen they are forgotten there Before the echoes of the civil Rowe. He has been in harness ever since 1S70. To see j war had away Rowe was a rider. lie was jno fashionable jockev but lam stroll tnrough the paddock none lu ..just a outside of his mends woula rhmk -on Ms first and that he had ever seen 40 summers. indelibly stamped in memory. His em- 'Ha's Won ployer .Colonel McDaniels, didn't hand Rowe was always a strict disciplin- a bunch of crisp yellowbacks, pat arian. He was just in his career many on the back and tell him what a owners tried to give him the worst of great rider he was. On the contrary- colonel said: "Jimmy, my son! it. Bu-t they reckoned without their j host. For Rowe "started something" j so suddenly that no man ever repeated, boots." you a pair of nice red-topped One would think that winning Jimmy got so many pairs of boots 000 in purses on the turf was -an im- :and so little change that he dissolved possible .feat. But that is what. Rowe j partnership -with the colonel as soon aas done. And that record will pro- j as he could. Before he could use a bably never be equaled. j ballot Rowe found an opportunity to The present generation will never i bask in the glitter and lights of Bar- NEW PLAYERS COMISKEY REFUSES ALL OFFERS TO SELL AT GOOD PROFIT- CRACK FIELDERS SECURED. Chicago. Sept. Chicago Sox have been picking up lat- ent talent in out-or-the way places! wita conspicuous success. Presi- dent Comisfcey secured Paul McLean tor and it. is said that he .would nave little trouble in getting lor that recruit to-dav. 0 -JBrandon and James and Kltter; nicGiinn and Marshall. At St. -JViinneapolis-St. Paul, No game, bad weatner. At Toledo- Toledo 000 4 3 Columbus i o Batteries: West and Hartlej-; Sit- ton and Garrisch. At Louisville ......320 000 9 l Indianapolis ...000 002 n Batteries: Higinbotham and Allen George and Howley and McKee. EASTERN At Toronto aurraio 'i'oronto 5 12 2 10 Batteries: Merritt and Woods; Car- m extra powerful cars toeine built, as the distance, 500 miles, is long. The cash prizes would make a lure mat would attract every high class wfieeiman. Such purses are not of- ten obtained even in these prosperous aays of seeking tne limit of speed, with the race barred to cars cao- of averaging seventy miles an flour records would "be strewn by the track side. Factories would vie with one another to produce a ma-sterpiece capable of being a contender in .such know Connie Mack -well Vili believe tms, for Connie Mack is probably seen less by the -fans than any other base- ball manager in the 'business to-day. At 'the same time he is more of to the disposition of Frank Chance himseit result tliaa -any other Chance has ever met oerore. Neither one 'believes In grand stand managing, tackles... Neitn'i er is seen on the coaching lines. But if one peers far out over the railing of the' grand stand and looks on the Philadelphia 'bench when a game is in progress he will see Coa- Mack -bent over in one corner, his legs crossed, his eyes strained tc catch every move of one of his men, and a folded program or score card in his hand. This score card Plays an important part, too, for it; competition. A line of "Blitzens" vanous flaunts and flappings flash sig- wouid roar away from the starting line. The times would see strange ngures for circular track marks. But it the cars would be high class. nals to the men on the field. -No one sees Connie 'Mack go to tin bencfr'and no one sees him leave. One can't find him in the -bus with wnat of the drivers? Tin? jingle of! me It takes a clever scout tnat purse would be heard in Europe, as well as in this countrv. rhe foreign legion, Headed by Felice'15 cauSht' to catch him in the public corridor of the hotel or on the street. After he whom many Italians really oeneve greater than the king, would all round the tmng you want him -to say. and when you- have left him you will discovei be pitted against this countrvs best. lle nas Iearned everything you know and you 3iave orget Jimmy Rowe. His phenomena! circus. As an acrobat and equ- Moreover -tiis most recent little coup was the aud Tonneman.- purchase of Ping Bodie, a fielder off becond the Pacific Coast League, said to a marvel, for whom President Farrell of the Yankees offered __ -A WiAJ-lJOJ-J IT A. A i..j CA1A A Clil U tJliU- CU V aan. Pnce ?3.00 a bos, or two Jorjsuccesses with the horses that be- [es-nrian.he spent a few years and then to' dispo: 5.00. Mailed to any address. Thejlonsed to James R- Keene will keep j passed that game up. His love for the j higher prices (him thA Ttnhlip fvs fnr ho'rse took him rbar.V rn fhd rr-vi-ni-nr- T.ITPS hnnn-. does not seem Toronto "Batteriss Tavlor dolph and Vandergrift. ,TT .iii Uiune i uorma. After that he handled j to his twiriins- staff of Colonel Thompson, and Manager Duffy has placed three, Ph1Iartol successful he was on men secured during the past month or id 10 lame and fortune, (so on the team. They are Keene Paid Him !er Third Baseman Lord, and he was iJicconnell at second base. road _ iged by James R. 4. His salary was known only to ]ine two men. But it is said that i ooo per annum would nor. be far wrong This amount included a retainer and a i percentage of the winnings. As master jof the Keene barn Rowe proved to be i ja wizard. When one thinks or Com-! iMondo, Caps Bells, Sysonby. Delhi.! :Coiln. SVeep and other stars and then j that they -were all under the care of Jimmy Rowe he will get an of what a clever trainer the man is. made a remarkable record. that Duffy will use Doherty as j a "utility inl'ielder. NORTHWESTERN At Ding. At Spokane Seattle.............m 3 ASSOCIATION Won. Lost. P. C. .684 j -Minneapolis ,5S4 Toledo .581 .514 Paul .493 I Kansas City essep. etor Successor to C. L. Upton Basement Oliver LEAGUE Won. Lost. P.C. 95 EASTERN LEAGUE Won. Lost. P. C. Daroer Dnop in Connection It is ex- j Boston Piiilfidelphia 8 1 Detroit' 10 GjNew York in- i aoston j Cleveland Washington 10 2 cnicago 9 1 St. Louis ;