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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tfee Lethbridge Pafly Herald, Monday, September honographi are sole' agents these goods in jLethbridg.e and >carry a full line of i machines, both two and four minute records. CANADIAN PRICES ON EEMSON PHONOGRAPHS Gem. Combination ___S19.5p Standard Combination Home Home: Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co. PHONE 1032. 412 ROUKD ST BAKBEB SHOP -Rear Sitting Room Alexandra Hotel High 'Class Work. vEverything on the Square. Patronage. Solicited! FRANK THOMAS Proprietor. FINISH OF NORTHWESTERN TKey Were No Match for the New Westminster Team in Final Game of the Minto Cup Series Score 1 I to I Vancouver, B. C., ept la-, said to iiave been caused by his wip- team, today not only sacces- j ing a scratched face with a 82 79 7.9 61 6-i 61 AMERiCA t Boston A.A N ASSOCI; 90 87 45 61 61 82 72 7b" 81 99 T1ON 59 74 75 79 pastime A.C, New York; third, him. Robt.'EUar, I.A.A-.C.- Time 16 flat, j Johnson was taken 'fairly off Running" broad re-i guard and after a wordy spat, cord 23 feet 8-i inches, won by F. L. jtwo agreed to mee-t today, and shook! jlnaianapolis 103 Paul............ .683 Ac Tol8do_ Toledo .5fi4i uclum.bus.............. .560 At .456 Kansas City .432 "L Loalsville.............. Indianapolis........... NORTHWESTERN At Spokane.............. At Vancouver......... Tacoma yecond Vancouver...... 'I'accmar.............. .544 .523'] .4001 Putting IS-ft. rcc- Lukeman. M.A.A.A.; second, A. Far- 921, Sable, i D. Kennedy, Inremess A.A.C., 42.3. Throwing 56-lb. wcigbt, Canadian record 37 won by J. J. Flana- gan, second, W. W. Coe, hands on it. VANDERBILT CUP WORK New York, marked POLO TEAM WINNING SUNDAY AMERICAN At Boston- tsoston Jr. Boston A. A.- third, B. F. Sher-Vthe beginning of preliminary practice man, M.A.A.A.; second, L. B. Bor-lfor the' Vanderbilt Cup races oa Long ne rSle irfar-Canadian Accord October istj u be opened from 5 tc VISITORS PROX'E THEMSELVES i JJteroit............... 413 2 Lonaon. Sept. following 5 I are the results of Old Country Foot- U I 'ball games tc-clay. Jf'lrst 1 -Manchester City l, Liverpool 2. 5 Forts 1, Bury 2. Everton 0, j -Manchester United 1. Sheffield, Wecl- 4 j nesaaj-. i. Notts County 3. Woolwich 3 j Arsenal- 0. Suaderland 0. Bristol City j o, Preston North End 0. Oldham Ath- letic 2, Tottenham Hotspur New- castle United 0, lliddlesboro 1. Black- burn Rovers 1, Sheffield United 2. wractrord City l, Aston-alia 2. Second Birmingham 1, Gansborough Trinity 1.' Blackpool l. Bolton 5 12 1 j wanaers l, FuJhcm 0. Chelsea 2, 7 12 6 j VVoivqrnauipton Wan-clerers 1. Clap- jton Orient Fosse 1. Glos- K 5! sop 2, 2. Hudders- 2 S 3 i "eld Trinity 3. Leeds City 2. Hull j Uity..2, Bra-dt'ord 2. Lincoln City, 2. 3 Stock-holm County 0. Westbomwich 162 Albion 2, Burnley 1. SoutJiiern -New Brompton, 2, Luton 1. Alill- wall I, Westham United 2. Norwich City 0, Queenpark Rangers 0. Cov- entry City Portsmouth 0. South 281 United 2, Northampton 0. Soutfn- FAR SUPERIOR TO THE CANADIANS 28 1-5 seconds, Avon fcv Toronto West End American A. C., New York; third, M.A.A.A.'; -fourth, National -V time 3.29 4-5. Five mile record, 25 314-5 seconds, by Rarry Trftssidcr, Central Y.M.C.A., Toronto; second, W. H. McVickar, South Boston A.C.: third, -foe Keep- er, Winnipeg N.L.A.A. Time 26 min- utes, 26 2-5 seconds. Final in 220 by F. L. I Lukeman; second, R. third; J. B. Borland. Time 21 4-5. i Final in-100 by -R. C. I Cipughtoiv; second, F. L. third, F. 0. Schaefer. Time 10 sec-j oa-ds flat. i the course second, _eacl1 'Doming, with the polo team of England had j Washington of Sunday, out their cars. Batteries: Wood and Kleinow iin and tan age. At St. Montreal, Sept. visiting I at. Louis............... 3 or the drivers to j things pretty much their own way at the first of the series of two games wliich are being played here with a quartette of Canadian players by a score of 32 to 3. As a iteam the visitors were far superio: Mul- anipion 0, Brighton and Hove Albion 2. PJyinouth ArgyJe 0, Exeter 0. War- lord l, Swindomcwn U. Leytpn 4, Bristol Rovers 1. Brentford Crvs- tal Palace 1. Batteries: R. Mitchell and Killifer; walker and second St. Louis............... o l 2 Washington............ 6 i) Batteries: Mallorie and Stephens; JIMMY WALSH i At brand for fche WLiskey deserves its reputation. al! dealers. '9i I to the Canadian four, which only Johnson and Ainsmith. i natural, as 'the team which represent--i At Chicago ij ied Canada were playing together for Chicago............... 5 give you collar style, wear and comfort that came from tested! materials, perfectly made. They Fit------ 2 for a Quarter 28 Sold by loading RHen's Furnishing Stores. j Put it AH Over Young Britt at Boston, Massachusetts I Boston, Mass., Sept TVateh knocked the stuffing of Young Britt, of Baltimore, in a ten- round bout at the Armory A. A to- night. It was a very quiet, staid bout .for three rounds, and really a sedate jboxtag affair. In tie fourth Walsh laid up and allowed Britt i to light himself out Then, beginning iwith -the lifth, the local boy punched the tar out of the Baltiniorean, whose should be changed to young i Britt Ho was game to the core, but (that was all, for he was smashed and j buffeted around. the ri-ag for .'rounds to tHe but stayed. jthe first time. The magnificent .com- ibinaticn play of the visitors who have igone through hundreds of games to- Jgether and know each others style of [play perfectly, was a big factor in their easy victor. COB3 ROASTS NEWSPAPERS Ty Cobb biames the newspapers for a lot of his troubles. How big a.salary would Ty draw if the newspapers did not play up his name in big headlines? George McQuillan the suspended pitch- j ler of, the Phillies, also blames the re- porters for a lot of troubles. Ty and j i sl-ould si sociwtv for1 of scribes. F.niiadeiprna Batteries: Walsh Jr'ianic, Coombs and Second Game and Lapp. 3 I) 0 Sullivan; 0 WAGNER'S ANSWER TO EVERS Little Johnny Kvers has an article in one of toe current magazines in rnuadeiphja..........-... Katteries: Lange and Coombs, Atkins and Lapp. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION At Louisville-Indianapolis, rain. At St. J St. Paul......... Aimneapolis......, Second G-amcr- Pa-ill'......... Minneapolis At Kansas City........ At Toledo i wmch fie explains that the .pitchers! Columbus D. O. ROBLIN, TORONTO SOLE CANADIAN AGENT have finally found "Hornis" Wagner's measure, spoiling his usefulness as a batter. "" seems to have read the article and decided to reply to with his bat. Second Toledo NATIONAL .No games on Sunday. Uf( fi n 'y i j rt -yff lesser Proprietor Successor to C. L. Upton Basement Oliver Barber Shop in Connection ;