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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The on Phonographs ;WVare sole agents for these; goods in Lethbridge and cany a full line of machines, both two and four minute records. CANADIAN PRICES ON .EDISON PHONOGRAPHS .Gem Gem Combination Standard Standard Combination Hcme ...............545.00 Home Combination ...S52.0C Triumph Comb, The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co. Daily -Tfturkflay, September HORSE THE RACE PHO.ME 1G3i 412 ROUND THE BARBEB SHOP Rear Sitting Room Alexandra Hotel High Class Work. Everything on the Square. Patronage Solicited. FRANK THOMAS Proprietor. JJEANETTE AND LANGFORD AGAIN Colored Pugs to Fight in Boston en October Are Clever York, Sept. Lang- and Joe Jeanette, Two Horses Matched at! Raymond for Big Stake" A numuer of local horse enthusiasts journeyed to Raymond ,in automobiles' yesterday ,to -witness the matched! race -between Henry S., the Cardston aorse owned Henry Cook, and Ray. Knigiit's corse, Herman Johnston. Thei latter horse won by about three; lengths. The distance was half a mile and tiie time 49 seconds. Kd. .Maeabee i rode Henry S. and Tracy the wicnin horse. The race had aj interest all ta'rough the. try- It is said the stakes .i a side. LA.JOIE HAVING A -develan.) Cobb (Detroit) Speaker (Boston) Snodgrass (New York) JIagee (Philadelphia) Hoffman (Chicago) 103 A. B. 552 409 4S5 4S4 407 Hits Average 16T 112 157 127 .373 .360 .344 .333 .324 .312 AUTO CLASSIC OF LACROSSE IS TO THAT OF THE EAST Sixth Annual Vanderbilt Cup Race at New York New i-ork. Sept. daybreak; Saturday morning next. October 1 -when Starter Fred J. Wagner fires the BIG LEAGUE GAMES NATIONAL At New Cincinnati .....000 000 11 i -New York .....203 120 14 O'ovaiesKi and Clarice; Grandall and and Wilson. At ........000 001' 5 .......100 010 S i uattenes: Ferguson and Raridan- ueibach and Kling. Secoaa ooo s U'mcaSO ......040 001 11- i Batteries: Mattern, 'Curtis. Burke Automobile owners are informed that a plant for the repairing of all kinds of Tires and Tubes has- been installed by the Central Cycle and Repair Works. 331a 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 331A Eighth Avenue Bast, Calgary. A. J. BARNES, Prop. IP Mi'nfn D -TI- T 1 Fred J. Wagner fires the 16 TCI tne MmtO Cup Was a Brilliant Tussle pistol, another history- l I PUTTING THE SHOT in Spite of the Large Score Rolled up by the Winners Aftermath is a graphic account of last Saturday's Minto Cup final at the J coast aad a summary of the teams, from "the Vancouver "Conclusively showing that they in- tended to live up to their Minto cup. jniotto of "What We Have We'll Hold Traver's isiant, X. Y.. Sept. New Westminster world's new world's records, both madejpion lacrosse team all but shut TWO NEW MADE WORLD'S AT THAVER'S !S- ihe fifty-six pound shoe, were the j the Nationals of Montreal in the features of the eighty-fifth games of fond match of the two-same series or the Xe-w Athletic Club, which j the trophy now held Royal City 4- held at Traver's Island to-day, i The western champions held the cham-14- -Matt McGratfi, in the throw for tie X- L. TJ. down to one 14 ranee, hurled -the big w-eigct 33 it was pretty muchi-r1 ild mark was 31 a iluke tally at the" ;de_ iy Pat monbellies rolled up a total of 11 goals ricau dub. Jon the French-Canadians. >f- The old IS 1-4 inches, made or the Msh-Jiniericaii Uon Walsh, another man from the j Once again the western brand of la- A s, are matched to fight anothe- sS3Sit "Icrasse was proved decidedly superior! cattle at the Armory Atnledc t made ot tie east-: No more C011clu- .tion'on the night of October 11 Thev f 2GSt a ai American sire proof of chat could be required recently boxed a contest at Farfc' Throwing with in last Saturday's second match ac one xvalsh pnt the we.ght ,6.for wonder'of it al! is above his head, hit-stow such a hard fought, close NEW STRIKE-OUT RECORD YESTERDAY Washington, D. C.. waiter Johnson, Washing- ton's pitcher yescerciay made a new world's strike out rec- ord and helped Washington defeat Chicago rive to one. He struck 'out ten men making .his total three huuared and seventy-five. The former rec- ord was three hundred and one made by Waddeil in .matting automobile race will have be- j gun for the sixth classic contest for the William K. Venderbilt. Jr., Cup is due to start at that time, and for the greater part Saturday forenoon cars and drivers will chase each oth- er around the l-i.'Jo miles circuit with the mc-derni2ed intensity of the char- iot racer3 of old. .That tne forthcoming race will go down in the anr.alb oi" automobile race History as the -greatest road race ev- er., held there seems slight cause to aouot at the present time and Brown and and iN'eedham. At ot- LouiS ......100 130 ,9 ---000 100 7 n Stee-1 and Bre3Qahan; wiard, Brennan and Dooin- At ------000 000 4 l -----010 000.Olx__2 7 i Steele and Gibson: Bell and Miller. AMERICAX At present time. There. are more entries -than for any Devious I Sines ont 8 4 the total number of Qmnn' Cold- iiaving -been secured up to th P. O. Residence- GABAGE -1262 'Browne-Cosinao Co. Five Stalls, with lockers, eta Rates reasonable. Cars washed, polished and delivered. 246 Westminster Road. cars tne same club and as the boi v- one of the hardest fougfrt contests be- tween -big men seen in that dt- in a solid leftj brlliiaat match could'have gu-h .a one- 7 iiistjj. iAL Hi0.1 1U J. <-K UiiC- rears, MatcQinaker Billy r f Dew ded SCOre- "For' on it was decided to tains them together asain ffr. i same; one of the" best ever decided to -tains them together again. 7.s Jeanette claims ne was not in. ihe best of shape .-when -he fought Lan-- rort, -but says he will be fit this time ana expects to.get the decision. Cha'-- ley Wfiite will in all probability "be referee the contest j played in the west for the Minto cup BOXING .NOTES. J .Professional hosing will be in Berlin, Germany, next Sunday. l-Yankie Burns and Phil McCovern I -r nave fteen signed, by Tom O'Rourke' to--box in ihis New York ciiib on 5ept.! Sam Langford and Joe Jeanette. put up such a rattling bout at the Armory A. C., Boston, s'everal ago, will likely meet again at the club on October 11. easily the best that has been seen T year T-or vJce-regal silverware. fact, it is doubtful if much MA.SH ,N that which prevailed during, the second of last Saturday's game. with a bad attack of blood poisoning was in such a precarious condition that his doctor would not even allow Jack of the Xa- pre- sent time, as follows: Vanderbilt Cup Race -fractice Xo. and Car Driver ........George. Robertson Ed-wart A. Hearne Bruce-Brown .s ...._..... Harry- F. Grant ope-Hartford.....Jack Fleming and Blair; Works, Stroud, Mul- Bert John Aitken AL Livingstone Iceland Mitchell; an and Casey and Schmidt. At Cleveland .....000 100 10 Boston .........oOO 200 Kaier, Korestner and -McHaie and Kleinow. At St. Jr'flUadelpJiia OOO 010 000__l St. Louis ......000 TYRUSCOBB'S ELLED HEAD .7 4 2 and Lapp: Nelson and Steph- Cost the Tigers the Pennant, Declares Big Sam Crawford" Detroit, Mich., Sept re- cent criticisms of Sam Crawford be- cause of his falling off in batting and slowing up in speed .brought from that Player to-day an answer in which he 1 stated that too much 'Cobb -was the reason the Tigers lost the pennant Joan Marsh, the cham- pion Marathoner, is back in town loosing for n match. He is prepare! to meet four or live men. at any -distance in a relay, event, or is ready to match himself against a liorse. He has just returned from a trip through the Pass: wnere -he swept everything before tionals who was laid up with a co.uple of Save helped some with his speed and .weight on their home, but he would have had to be in the very pink of condition to play bet- ter than Beauchamp did. In faei, every on the Nationals' line-up played :d their best and played andiiprettier game than previous Saturday. But their V.V.V. :ood enough against the a spectacular standpoint the j impregnable defence of game was ail that could be desired in {or to srop the almost irresistible rush- 2-u-K.HOV that respect.. Right .from the startles of the Westminster home. With i wh-atlev j-fthere was something doing, and it vJU {exception of the second quarter, when bs many a long day before the challengers made a great rally and jvotees of me Canadian national forced the Westminster cefenc- jj wii. _ see two champion teams repre-jto extend themselves, rest of the seating the east and west score a goal j match was for the greater part of the j eaca m less than a minutes play. The [time just enough in favor of the west- goal by Spring for Westminster era team to make it plain that the re- -rim 2 1-2 seconds will go on record as suit was inevitable ihe fastest thing that was ever accom-- for thfl champioGS work was as near perfection as Hills Ralph R Beardsiey Ralph ilulford L. Chevrolet R. Barman A. Chevrolet Harris Joe Damson Ray Harroun E. F. Scheifler Joe Matson Walter Jones L. A. Disbrow T. de Hyrael Fred Belcher Sweepstakes. -Marcel Basic E- R. Sherwood i At UMcago .......001 000 3 o Washington ...000 uoi 103__5 Batteries: White and Payne: John- ston and Ainsmith. cmcago -N'ew York NATIONAL Won Lost P. C. umcinnati 59 Gl 70 31. Roberts j Boston j plished in that line. The way the I tionals came right back at the cham- jpions and evened up the score in 28 j seconds was a surprise to everyone j but the French men, and most of all to the Westminster d cope 10 see and against' a strong team. Ev- t thai crimson-clad cup crew part and Massapequa Stakes B. Enticott ii. Roberts! Tnat the race will a slashing one! from start to finish is made certain i -Boston by character of t 58 5U .511 .500 .414 .410 AMERICAN U.UfU t this year. He said -that he and Bush" f not on speaking terms with the Georgian, though when first join- ed tne team, Crawford used to take his part when other players "called" him for his "freshness." "He finally .became unbearable" said Sam, Sam also blamed the offering of an automobile as a prize for a share in the Tigers' slump. "it made Cobb forget -team play and look only for bass said Craw- "This spoiled team work, as'arwhole I have noticed -went' on i Crawford, "that'the -clulfi 'caters to more than to any other player. he reports late or misses an innirt" or little is said. I vouch that 5 I did the same thing I would be reuri- manaed right. This is the chub's -bus- ness, however, but I just want to show that others should be criticized in- stead of men .being picked out as be- poor 62 62 44 45 SI 63 K4 7U S2 82 101 .570 .566 -55.'J .465 Y, and also to the fair actress's escorts on the' field. Just prior to game. Mr. president of the start of the the challengers' greatest fault was the hesitation displayed by the home at times just when the boring-in tactics Ms or more opponents. Throughout the Dominion Each agency for Fall and Winter is prepared to show you Fashion- Craft's latest productions. The business Suit, Frock or Dress Suit, Ulster or may be seen and to see is to appreciate. Clothes cor- redly tailored from Superior Materials. Prices range from which he complimented the cup-hold- ers for their loyalty to their home town and high development they had brought the Canadian pastime to, the cap challengers for their pluck in j coming so far after the trophy and ti-rle. Then. Miss Kirke was given j three rousing cheejs by the players, after which she pTaced the ball Goals in First Game New Westminster 7 Nationals of Montreal 3 Gcsis in Second Game Westminster ................n Is of Montreal i Toisl Games Nationals of Montreal............. 4 SIX DAY RACE Bniraio.. Sept. six dav bivr- cle -race will be starte here on No-, vem-ber 14 in the Broadway arsenal I It is expected that the event will prove GERMANSf as popular as it year, when! run for the first time. Match races j 111 also be held and entries have f of the best' TRY FOK AMEEI CAN CUP tween the sticks of Secours and Spring j Cup Will Stay West for Years The charming leading lady and her By J. G. Duquette, Assistant Manag- squad of escorts started to beat it -to' the fence. They had only gone a couple of dozen feet when referee Mat; CHOP OF squad of escorts started to beat it -icier of National Lacrosse Team: We were decisively beaten by a mg'er and better team, antrthat is blew his. whistle and hostilities! all there is tp it. New Westminster commenced. Spring beat Secours on .'certainly has "a wonderful team and draw asd got_away with the ball, [on the form shown in the second But he would almost surely bave been j maich it looks to me as if the cup would stay in The west for several Promoter Jim Crofforth- of Francisco, seeing that the HOWEVER.. NOT VANCED ENOUGH IN YACHT- ING, THOUGH IMPROVING FAST t0 Elbridge T. Gerry. States same out there is nearly dead, is Tnrr tn H.UULe to 'boom the famous has gone and also will endeavor to to challenge for ing responsible.for the club's showing this m. f "I understand that Cobb has com- Plained that with me hitting -behind 'him in the batting order has capped his work on the -bases. I am sorry. for tbat" Mayfce it was the .431 Same tanlt that worried Bush to. the 1 extent tfiat he was shifted in the 'line- up. Ccb'b criticized Bush unfairly a number of times, and on one occasion I remonstrated. Bush is as valuable to the club as any one member" It -has .leaked out -that a plan un- der foot early in the season for a trade 'between Detroit and Washington, in- volving Crawford and Milan. The DA troit club was suspicious about: Mil' an's leg, and passed up the oroposi- AD-jaon. Later, it Tas found that -i s underpinning -was strong and again negotiations were op- ened but Washington refused. in an interview pioics the Auuetics to TV in the world's the Cubs. senes the American cup. not verv BABE MASON ANO EDITH M.CLA.R checked by Lachappeile or Decarie bad not both of those players had to So around the group of non-players were-just then retiring from'the years at least. No other eastern team has a chance against the cup holders at 'iheir present strength. The refer- field. The consequence was thacjees were impartial and we have no Spring got the ball down to his brothel complaint to make beyond the fact er. and the crowd of nearly that we are 'naturally disappointed in gasped as rhey saw the net sway and the umpires hand go up before the game was throe seconds old. Then thc-j t the' out. ran leers ot :he Salmonbellies" supporters The successful dash made-on the Westminster defence ana tne score made by Secours just 28 the result. Never Doubted Outcome By Chas. Welsh, Manager of the New Westminster Lacrosse Team: "I think we pretty conclusively dem- THE BENTLEY COMPANY LTD, "The Shop of Fashion-Craft" Lethbridge Nationals j onstrated our ability to defend the cup and that the western style Of play was! superior to that of the cast in this I the ------again 'game. The result was just about what The- everSn? 4vi T Tn fact' none of tbe team ine an-] rh'lf QOWn a tho officials of tbc club conceded n0t dSsap- a chance right from the, jsiart. Mat I must say that the Nation- ueson the-Hne-npjals are finest lot of sportsmen of both teams were it din not seem to make ranch difference The Nationals no doubt missed Lalon- do. who confined to St. Paul's hospital and the bgsjjioser.s we have had the pleasure of meeting in Minto cup I am glad we have secured matches. them for exhibition games. ton has 'iried on three occasions and when the big tea merchant has failed who can succeed? Meantime, the German Emperor has been encouraging, yachting in Ger- many in a way that has led fastHon j there, and has induced the building of some A class yachts, which "in [Bntish wacers iast year created nor a jeitner in designing, building or jjittle envy._ ic Was said that Ger-i i -iaci it to Jearn in bu ing racing yachts. That, was-a great i Oiing to be able to think of a countrv which had only begun to learn a few years ago. But although fashion fol- lows where the kaiser leads, there is in Germany ao yachting public, a. we know it in the local dubs and seaside towns in England, and since Westwaiu crossed rhe Atlantic from under the magic of Herreshoff. she has con veyeu a lesson in yacfcc building to -.afn-l t-frr Looch Who Are Causing a Sensation As Swiss Yodiers and Wooden Shoe Dancers at the Lyceum this Woek An opener than the worst nightmares possible. The beautiful small craft has, in fact, outclassed the big German schooners, and not merelv beaten them, but, without need of her time allowance. Thing. distanced every- A. C. Messer Proprietor Successor to C. L. Uptoa Basement Oliver Blk. Barber SJiopin- sction ;