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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta AH- THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOST EVENTS THE LISTITBRTPCE DAILY HERALD ADMITS THE LEAFS A SPLENDID TEAM Wednesday, September 25, 1PUBLIC SCHOOL ATHLETIC MEET COMES OFF FRIDAY jjjjv1- jjOne of the Great Occasions of Year in School Days I of List of Events Scheduled Friday naxi will be the big day of the school year from the point of i view of athletics. On that date tho annual Held meet will he held. This I feature has been introduced only wltliln the past three or four years, but j has come to be looked forward to with great eagerness by everyone in the school. Championships will be awarded in the senior, rntermediato I and junior events for the boys, while many individual prizes are hung j up for competition among the girls. C1EL53 eh an: pi on ships will nisn be Friday. Thyslcal Instructor Filuier busy during the past couple of f holding tne preliminary competitions so that on Friday the num- uf contestants in each event will be limited, but they will represent best athletes in their classes. The city last night fronted.tbe iise or Henderson-Park fair ground for the meet, and if Old Sol favors tne T occasion with his presence, there proinitjs to be a grand day's amuse- meat. Special street car service be put on. to accommodate the the grounds. Flourish at 'the Coast 2uifLl' 1n This Year; Eye Stanley Cup durin? thai ti ilucky llolmoH, Perdy Planning, Jo riiehin nnd Phil D-ollar, known fans all over Pncld norUiwest aiwl intermountain countrj liroiigli playing 'n-lth organized teiim n Washington. Oregon, California daho and Montnun, ulsn In the mit vestern stales nnd In the province o Alberta, 50110 to .their home Blonds near St. Pnul do Motls an Blk, Point, HO miles .northcnst of Ed monton, whore they will pjies tin uoxi six nioiithis in improving thei "The country is full of big and small game nf nil said Uurlcj when asked how hi> and his fellows hud planned to pass the 'time uni. the beginning of the training suasc next spring. expect to hunt nnd Ilsh and go after big game. Dill Uefore wo do ilmt there are c-iblns to be built and other thliigE to do iiround tho homesteads. I guess we can keop occupied nnd.T also believe every man will he as hnrd as unlls and In good trim for next season's work in the ball.field. We have laid :u plenty of supplles-of all kinds." Jimmy Flanagan of the Calgnry jennant-wliinliig teem, is expected in Edmonton in a few days and will join -he homesteaders. Hurley, Holmes' md Manning rhnve beon playing wltli .he Red Deer team. Jack Brennnn, vho has the Tefusal a position hero may take up a homestead near St. Paul.de Mctlp later in .thd Holmes; 'the now in his second year, having wor ed his quarter boction last season. H wlil prove up in 191-1. His homestca is one of the best in that district au is'enslly 'worth'825 an acre, thong uot sell It for Cwlc that amount. He Is planning to mak his home there and will become practical farmer, specializing in dair products, poultry and eggs and den truck, before some erratic mag note hniida him the .blue 'licket. Hurley and Manning arc going 1 for grain and live slock, while The MARKETS CASH WHEAT TAKES A DROP Sept. market WQS weak and declining, but extreme- ly active due to heavy offerings. Moro noticeable than the break In options waa the sharp decline In casli wheat. The price has heretofore held up, na there were certain bottoms to fill with contract wheat scarce. Now the new crop is pouring in. There Is n good export demand, but shipping is unob- tainable. Oats have held steady und linn is a little stronger. Receipts 4S7 Inspected, 300 In sight. Wednesday's Grain Markets Open Close 89 88% 85% S4% 90-Ji .89% 30% 31% 34% 37% 1S7 150 158 lu-t I Ian, Dellar and Flanagan will do vol. the 'Varsity course. This fa the to mixed farming. Hur same day on which Dan Cordery and js a chicken fancier and may adeon known to .inake such a boast, 'vStit, ovory he handles 10 llw V.CI.L u ii IL uihus u mean nop. lie is j noy in a nimble, agile fellow, quick as a ent uln nni! on his feet and his linnda. Where- fore, If the ball shoots high he has simply to spring up and spear it. ft Is n well known fact tlmt if la tar easier to go up for high ones than to die; down for ehncks. The same natural advantage that protects a pitcher from wild flings aleo keeps .Archer's passed balls lo a minimum. Cachstopping literally means the re- ceiving ot -Hie pllcher's delivery. In Ihis special line, as pointed out, Ar- cher has no equal. But his resources do not stop there. His peculiar calch- Ins 'Bttltude seems to be admirably nrt.-iptctl to perfect, throwing, Arclior marksman. Ellhcr Ptnud- oKsnuattlne lie ran peg Ihe bulln. eye nt'nny cuslilon limes In 100. th-'CT.- snaps out with rlHellke vo- loci'.y, but his srenlesi adjunct. Is the faculty of Rejoins Iliai. llwon nvi-iiv. I' a ing side shows. Learned Game In Toronto Archer Is of Irish hlrlh. AVhen a, boy his parents emigrated LETHBRIIjt The delay In the har- esllng nas caused the '.o remnJn slatton- othcr changes. ?0.71 tl.GG 0.59 0.-19 O.Gfl O.G7 _ 0.6-1 O.'lfl 0.30 21.00 2.1.00 26.00 27.00 ...0.30 0.35 0.35 'I ncl1 .1 Red "o. 4 jiprta Hcd o. 5 Red airy ran, ton Slicked Bull cgji: Dalj butter fresh il located at Toronto, where father etlll lives. He learned to pln> ball with the amateur teams of rontg and from went to Fr.rj at tho age o[ 21, later going to Win peg and holding down an Infield lion. He played minor league a -couple of years when he wns ed up by PIttsburg in fL season he went h-.ick to the Later Detroit tcok hold of then let him out after a years' ssrvlco to'Buffalo. u phenomenal shoeing In Iho League, which ia now national, and caught tho eyo Chance. Tho Cub manager logical man to handle. ninke him fit 1o slay with tho coni- pnny. Archer hud ouo nesaofi, which no one bur, Ijecn able BLACK WHITE SCOTCH WHISKY is perfectly blen- ded and thor- oughly aged. ROBUN.Toronl (ol ;