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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta WEEKLY HERALD Tuesday, .September 2ft, 1011. Record of all Live Events of Interest to Western Can- ada Readers No med- icine will keep you in as good health as will the regular use of J2i The Water of Quality JS .just n pure, who 19 Come Out and Get Into a Good Game Rugby Practice on Thursday Evening at 6.15 on the Barracks the Game a Boost by Being on Hand t.C. PAGNLIELO WINE d SPIRIT CO. Lethbrcdge, Alia Games in the Big Leagues J'iuyburg Brooklyn Hemlrix, and Simon NATIONAL t 004 ooo r> n JOG soo n Ferry, Cam Gardner Ilucker and 'Miller. Cincininui 000 000 4 0 Vork ..001 000 '2 11 1 I'Yomme and Milan; I'm lift- all and Myers. Chicago Boston Richie, Cole. 100 01 'I S i HU Ol'O ll' Brown and ArciiL-r ami into the gamv. Put i> on rugby niiip of Al- j I'oi'ta, and provide1 for' the lo-.'eiv of i gw! sport in ibis city ;i fall sport which is considered the best in the world. Kupb'y lias lA-en start- ed this fnll. U go--. a 'yood st-iut- crowd turned out. Hut elections intervened, anil last i i ices only t'uur braved vieninni-: I to be on lire field for the This will never yet the jame fioiny here, 'am! insu-ad of a seu'son full of best, fun in thA? world then1 will, he a dearth of amusement for fall months. On Thursday evening of this week all the knights of the gridiron arc requested !o .ret into the uauie with ijoih fevt. Old players, young play- vi's. and these who never played the on I yetting ;i team IKMV lo en tor the in- K'nnediate "1'i-; l-'our" now being; formed in the province. Hy getting Hie material out, I he executive will iiuve a chcance to find 0111 if "tliis is possible, and if LetlibriU.uu ev-er sets foot on ;i rung of the.rugby lad- dor, it is a safe bet. that city will to the top. Ilitt even if we do not enter the arena with in her cities tltte full, now is the t i t o start t Ire same, a nd Ihe niatuiii'-'i'S have promised ihai if enough plnjvrs will take iho game an exhibition fixture win be arranged BIG DEMAND FOR BASEBALL SEATS New Vork, ifw ronceriting tin1 cdinlnK world's series i-liampionship baseball gauie.j, and orders for tickets for Ihe Kiiiues, havii I't'cn received in od tit hea- 11110 headiinarters, and liy -the ocers of tli-e prospective pen- naiti winners. TO up any ntiwmuter- standing, PreyliK-ul Lynch tlay issiieti a slatoineni yayliitj tlia.t no will be made for of the series mttil.it is definitely set- tled what two clubs will par- ticipate. Listen! BOB BROWN, OF VANCOUVER WANTS WINNIPEG CLUB FRANCHISE Well! Well! Look at this, and Inwardly dij nipeg "itty yet Well! Kejiil, murk, lenrn oKt. I'oor old linvo hiuselmll next. Tingling. Young and Karidan. i for Thanksgiving Day, about a nmntb hence. ..Make this latter possibility a reality, and l-si us.have the fir-it rus- hy games In off on ThanksgiviKg Day. Al d don't forget to -urn out on Thiiiyhty evening as soon after six o'clock as possible, and don't forget a 1st io hnnch will stack up ag- ainst a gingery coterie of stars. Here are tho Giants' opponents luring the remainder of the reason: At Chicago: Sept. 21, 28, 30, and Oct. 1. At Pittsburg: Oct. 5.. At Philadelphia: Oct. 3. At Brooklyn: Oct. 4, 5, and to the call of op- portunity. Buy a A'ictor now ;t week Miiison Biscli LTD. Dom Blk. Phone 791 Philadelphia, at New York, Oct. ,li, Boston, at New York, Oct. 7. Brooklyn, at New York, Oct. 12. This shows that mosf. of the Glautff jfimes are with first division teams, >ut with Matthewson and Manjuard )itching gilt-edged ball, atftl the whole team pulling for a win, it looks as lothiug could slop theiGiants in their for the National League rag. Connie Mack's youngsters are alsn playing grand ball, and have a big lead, which Increases every day. Chief Bender is on the sick list, bur. the astute leader of the champs will give him a good rest and may fill in with youngsters who are ripe to break into the game regularly. A male chows will ho started in (cup. connection with the "V" 7.bout -the li Sham rocks1 again the October, under U.'; I leadership of F. Lay ton. Any li .BIS [young man wishing to loin the chor- 70 7! club should apply at once-at, tho 71 12 Jassociation office, handing in his 50 S5 {name as soon as is convenient to 10" .liSO insure an early start in the practices. BLACK POWDER SHELLS THE RED W BRAN D "Nublack" and "New Rival" are grand good shells: good in construction, good be- cause primed with quick and sure primers, and good because carefully and accurately loaded with the best brands of powder and shot. They are favorites among hunters. and other users of black powder' shells on account of their uniform shooting; evenness of pattern and strength .to withstand re- loading. A trial will prove their'excellence. ALL DEALERS SELLJH.tM [championship and cup. j Westminster defeated j Shamrocks. j Westminster defeated j liegina, i--t, j j I Wc-.Hmins'-.-er defeated Westminster defeated Montreal. 10-1, 13-5. Westminster defeated .Nationals, 7-3, 11-1. (champions) de- This was oiilcomo ''.of i'ercy trip west. ''-v PUMP GUN We are reducing our stock of Shot Guns If you are thinking of buying a new gun, come in and look our stock over See the L. C. Smith gun that we are offering at a "Hum-dinger" STAFFORD-AGNEW CO. 1 If you out of town. Write us." J ;