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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOST EVENTS ITERALD_ Monday, September JM2 ELIGIBLE MEN FOE THE BIG SERIES Cincinnati, Sept. representing the New York National league team, twenty-tw.o of the Boston Americau league club, will tattle Tor the world's baseball cham- pionship, which begins in York City, on October 2. The eligible nlay- .ers, as announced by the National Baseball Commission here today are BS follows: Becker, Burns. Crandall. Doyle, Devore, Fletcher, Groh, Hartlep, Herzog, McGraw, Mar- ouard, Mathewson, Mer- kle, Myers, Murray, Robinson, Shafer, Snodgrass. Tesreau, Wiison and iWilise. Bedient, Bradley, Cady, Collins, Carrigan, Engle, Gard- ner, Hall. Hemrickson, Hooper, Grug, Lewis, Nunamker, O'Brien, Pane, Stahl, Shelter, Thomas, Wagner, .Wood and Yorke. V KILBANE AND KETCHELL AT WINNIPEG TONIGHT Sept. 'winner of tomorrow's twelve- round bout, Tommy Kilbane, of Cleveland, vs. Steve Ket- cheli, undefeated lightweight, of Chicago, will fight Ad. gast hero in late October. Packey McF-arlaml visits Win- nipeg early next month, but to date his opponent lias not been decided uyou. CUBS OUT OF SECOND PLACE v VARSITY OLD BOYS DEFEATED YOUNG BLOODS CLOSE OF WOODBINE FALL RACE MEET Toronto, Sept Woodbine meeting came to a close with the run- ning of yesterday's .programme. The Onlario.Jockey Club added to the: seven races. Four of the seven events were stakes. _ The going was deep and heavy .and mudders had a decided advantage. The opening dash at sis furlonge re- sulted ia a drive the length of the stretch, with Bawana Tumbo stalling off .the fast closing Frog Legs. The latter, slow to get, going, ran a win- ning race. The Hendrie Steeplechase, over the three mile course, saw but four go to j the post, and resulted in a good race j throughout. Hishbridge, wirh the j heavy impost, assumed the lead for a< turn of the field, only to give way to Buck Thorn, who moved up stoutly. Pemberton sent Highbridge after him again, and outlasted The Prophet in s. drive. The victory of Mrs. Livingstone's i Solemsid in the Ontario Jockey CHib Cup, was a popular one. This mare won the event last year. Toronto, Sept. rugby sea- son here opened yesterday with an exhibition game between the 'varsity students and the Old Boys, the latter including the 'varsity heors of recent years. The Old Boys wou-by-the nar- row margin of 30 to 29. The field was soggy and the air chilly. The vet- erans had the best of the early part of the game, the scare beiiig IS to 9 at half time. Then 'Varsity began to close up and at the end of the third the score was 24 to 23 in the Old vBoys' favor. 'Varsity forged' ahead 23 to 34 but the veterans tied the score and. just before the end secured their winning point. Durnan Practices for the Big Race London, Sept. trustees of tae SpOttsman Challenge Cup have approved of Eddie Duruan's challenge. to Ernest Barry, Consequently the race rowed over the Varsity course, from Putney to Mortlake, on Octobef 14, will be for the championship, also the Sportsman trophy. Durnan is out daily in the new boat built for nim- by Phelps, which, he says suits him "perfectly. LACROSSE TROUBLE OF SASKATCHEWAN Locals Held a Good; Rugby Practice Saturday ,New Association Has Been Organized Amateur Clause Saskatoon, Sept. Saskat- chewan lacrosse war is ended. On Saturday night in Saskatoon, the most important clubs organized a new association, under the name Saskatchewan Amateur Lacrosse association. The working committee of the new organization will affiliate with the Saskatchewan Amateur Ath- letic association and the amateur standing ot all players will be strictly enforced. Chicago, Sept held Chi- cago to two hits, one of them a scratch this afternoon and defeated the locals 9 to 0. Kitchie and Keul- bach were knocked out of- the box by the Smith finished poorly. Wilson's hitting was a fea- ture. By losing today's game a Cubs dropped to third place, Pittsburg taking second. St. Louis Won St. Louis, Sept. the fifth inning drove Beaton off the rubber, scori-ng euough runs to win the opening game of the farewell ser- ies with Cincinnati ,S to 5. Giants Lose and Draw New York fell before Boston iu the first game Saturday 2 to 1. The sec- ond game was a tie G to G. McGraw is doing a lot of experimenting for the big series. Brooklyn and Philadelphia split a double header. ATHLETICS TO PLAY GIANTS STYLE In Series With Boston to Help Them Against McGraw's Men American Won Chicago, Sept. Walsh held the St. Louis club to four scat- iered hits' today and Chicago scored a tour to nil victory over the visit- ors. Baumgardner was hit hard in the sixth, the locals scoring all their runs in this inning. H. Smith, a pit- cher of the Lincoln club oi the west :ern league reported to Coiniskey to- day. Tigers Walloped Cleveland, Sept. S9. Cleveland wound up its at home schedule today by defeating Detroit 8 to .1. Qregg was invincible, while Lake was hit iard. Boston Beaten The Athletics trimmed the High- anders 5 to 4 Saturday and Washing- con shaded Boston 3 to '2. MORDECA1 BROWN IS DUE FOR THE MINORS Chicago, -Sept. have been asked on Mordecai Brown, by President Murphy, of the Chicago Na- tionals. The pitcher injured his knee m winning a ten-innings game last i July, and since that mishap has been i of no use to the club. Manager Chance today confirmed the news that Brown is to leave the team. Last winter he signed a three-year con- tract. The practice of the local rugby team Saturday afternoon on the bar- racks grounds a strenuous one and gives hope icr the team making a goo'l shoeing against Calgary nest j Saturday here, when the first grid- j iron contest in the history oi the city j will te playeti. All manner of man-! OPHITES, particularly thosa ariapled tos the Endish style, were Through- j The hoys arc rapidly rounding into shajie and should he in cood trim by; the end of the week. The comUna- lion and team play has improved the rSTtie with Cal- gary has been broache-ri, the result ai. earnest endeavor. There ars a 'exv poin.ts yet that r.rcri POIT.C practice and special attention will Ve to these in the rest of The prac- tices. Tomorrow evening the next practice will be held. COUNTRY CLUB ON THE TOURNEY HOME STRETCH .j. ONTARIO TEAM OFF FOR THE MANN CUP St Catharines, Ont., Sept. athletes, winners of v the Senior C. L. A., challen- for Sir Donald Mann's teft this evening for Van- couver, to play two games with the Pacific coast team. The team was given a send-off by many admirers. Winners of Three Flights Decided suits Com- petition .SUSPEHDERS Cords oi'.uc from elue to aide. No up and down tugging on buttons- free shoulders, buttons secure. No "pulley's" or "harness" to cut Into flesh, or get out of order. AH sizes. Ruat proof metals. Guaranteed for days 50c. At your dealer's or postpaid Tor 50 cents. The, King Suspen- der Co., Toronto, Can, The fall golf tournament advanced well to the f.nish1 on Saturday. The final in the first fiigU between Xourse and Gillcspie still remains to played. In the second flight G. K. j Tinning wins, having, defeated D. A. j Duff, -i up and 3 to play in the serai- I final and H. Sealle. 1 up and a to play in the final. .Scatle qualified for the final by defeating Adams in the t seniMinaL In the thini flight in the semi-final j Lindsay beat Power 2 up and 1 to j Play. 1 M. Harris won the fourth flight, beating Sheldon in the semi-final 2 I up and 1 to play. In the semi-final he won from CeJ ce. j The ladies' f competition at the I Country club on Saturday resulted as follows Gross Ket Handicap Sc'.irc Score Philadelphia, Sept, 30.-When the Boston Ked Sox come here this week to close 'the baseball season the home team expects lu put' the ppauant winners through a course of jH-actice that will help (it them for the world's series. The Athletics, having been through .the lire of two world's series, one of them with the New York Giants, are in a position to give .lake Stahl's men many point- ers. This they will do partly through their loyalty to. their own league and partly because James McAleor, President of the Boston American's, managed the two teams that kept th.4 Athletics on edge for their services against Chicago and New York. "The Athletics will, as far as pos- sible, play the New York style of ball and will try hard to' win. We're ready for every demand for fall suits. Here are the Suits that well dressed men are wearing this fall. Here the new j fell Suits that yon will be proud to wear on all occasions. New York Fans Put Great Faith in McGraw New York, Sept. the first oi a three-game series here today with the Philadelphia team, the New York Giants will begin training for the post-season world's championship frames. A little rest with just enough warming up" to keep in condition appears to be the order at the polo grounds, and unless McGraw decides that his men need more strenuous ex- ercise few of those eligible for the world's series will' he seen in the re- maining scheduled games of the 'sea- son. t, McGraw is placing, great reliance in Marqiiard, Tesreau and Mathewson to win from the Red. Sox and the New York fans are expecting McGraw to out-general Ettahl-in the finer points of the game at crucial staces.. Made by the founder in Canada of highest grade hand tailored specialize on artistic tailoring. Let us show you these Suits. McKELVIE McGUJRE, Former Hamilton Tiger Player Makes Brilliant Showing at Saskatoon Saskatoon, Sept. a great ex- hibition of rugby Saturday afternoon, Saskatoon lost the first of the provin- cial league games to Moose Jaw by a score of 10 to 6. A converted toucli- down, and 'lour rouges against a touch- down, and a rouge. Save for the first quarter when Moose Jaw made it three rouges, a-nd its converted touch- down tile Saskatoon fourteen played them off their It was hard luck that lost the game for the Berry Pickers, a uimble in the last quarter cpstlng the touchdown that might have saved the game. Art Oliver, late of Hamilton Tigers and now Cap tain of the Saskatoon team, and his kicking was the feature of the after- noon. It was the most spectacular booting ever seen on a Saskatoon field and stamped Oliver as one of the most finished rugby players in the west. LOU DISBROW 'BREAKS THREE AUtO RECORDS In Powerful Simplex He Lowered De Palma's Time Detroit, Mich., Sept. Dis- hrow, driving a 200-horsepower Sim- plex car, at the State fair grounds to- day, established a new world's record over a dirt track, for 30, 40 and 50 miles, covering the distances in an-d respectively. The previous records were made at Syra- cuse last year by Ralph De Palma, driving the same car. Queal Defeated Olympic Champ Newark, N.J., Sept. a twelve- mile professional race at the Vails- burg stadium today, in which five run- ners competed, Billy Queal, the Am- erican champion, alternating in the lead with William Kchlemainen, of Finland, beat tiie latter to tbe tapo by inches only ia John Johan- nesen, of Sweden, was third, one-third of a mile back; James Crowtey, of this city, was fourth, and Carl Mira- ines, of Sweden, last. Classes at Y. M. C. A. Two gymnasium classes commence at the Y. -M. C. A. this evening. The bankers' class meets from 5 to 6 o'clock and the senior Y. M. C. A. class from 8 to 0. They have .these hours set aside lor ,eacii Monday and (Thursday during the season. 1. JFss Wadmorc... 2. Miss Winter 3. Mrs. Shepherd 4. Miss Freeman 5. Mrs. Doiman 6. Mrs. Anderson 7. Mrs. Scatle 70 .74 SO SI 81 35 93 50 59' CO 61 78 YORKTON SOCCER TEAM DEFEATED SASKATOCU Saskatoon, Sept. the pro- vincial Shield soccer, series (semi- Saskatoon lost to Yorkton on Saturday aftsmiiysa, i to 0. Northwestern Vancouver 10, Spokane 5. Vancouver 10, Spokane 0. Seattle 4. Tacoma 2. Victoria 4, Portland 2. Sunday Seattle Portland 3. Victoria 2, Tacoma 2. GLASGOW CUP: SEMI-FINALS Glasgow, Sept, The re- suit of the semi-finals of the Glasgow Cup, played on Satur- day are as follows: Celtic, 0; Clyde, 0. Partick Thistle, 0; Glasgow Rangers, 0. The final will be played on October 12. Cubs New Park Has Capacity for Accommodating Sixty Thousand Chicago, Sept. Chicago Na- tionals will start 'next season with a new steel and concrete grandstand to cost and with a capacity of sixty thousand, it is .announced by President .Murphy. Twelve thousand will to stand when, a capacity crowd is present and arrangements to prevent those standing from interfer- ence with the vision of those seated. A subway, about eight-sen, inches deep is to be excavated in front of the bleachers and stands, and on big days, 'when all accommodations are requir- ed, the last comers will have to stand in the dugout, as it wns christened. OLD COUNTRY FOOTBALL London, Sept. are the results of league football games play- ed tills afternoon: First Division Blackburn Rovers 3; Notts Cotmty 1. Bradford City 3; Sheffield United 1. Chelsea 1; Oldham Athletics 1. Derby County Mlddlesborough 2. Bverton 0; Aston Villa 1. Manchester City 2; Bolton-Wander- ers 1. Sheffield Wednesday 3; Manchester United 3. Sunderland 2; Totienliam Hotspurs 2 West Bromwich Albion 3; Liverpool 1. Woolwich Arsenal 1; Newcastle United 1. Second Division Birmingham 1; Stockport County 1. Blackpool 2; Fulham 0. Bristol City 1; Preston North End 1. Bury 2; Barnsley 0. Clapton Orient 1; Glossop 0. Grimsby Town 3; Bradford 0. Huddersfleld Town 3; Leicester Fosse 0. Lincoln City 0; Hull City 1. Leeds City 2; Wolverhampton Wan- derers 2. Nottingham Forest 2; Burnley 1. Southern League Stoke 0; Queen's Park Ransers 0. Northampton 2; Brentford 0. Gillingham 0; Milhvall Athletics (I. Watford 1; Coventry City 1. Southampton 2; Portsmouth Heading 0; Swlndon Town 1. Crystal Palace 1; Westham United 1. .Plymouth Argyle 3; Exeter City 0. Merthyr Town 1: Brighton and Hove Albion 0. Norwich City 1; Bristol Rovers 1. London, Sept. following are some additional results in Satur- day's rugby football: 17, Davenport, Services 7. Heath 11, Pontypridd 0. Newport 33, Northampton 0. Cardiff. 27, Treorchy 0. Glasgow Academy 21. Greenock 5. Coventry 3, Llanellyn 0. Scottish League Morton 0; Aberdeen 1. Airdrionians 1; Motherwelt 1. Dundee 1; Queen's Park 0. Hamilton Academicals 0; Falkirk 0. Hearts 1; Hibernians 0. Raith Rovers 0; Kllmarnock 0. St. Mirren 2; Third Lanark 2. Irish League Glen Toraine 2, Shelbonrne 0. Linfield 2, Trotonville 1. CliKonville 3, Glenaveon 2. Bohemians 1, Derry Celtic 0. Belfast Celtic 2, Distillery 0. Rugby Rosslyn 1C; Bid Blues 11. Richmond 11: Old Alloyiuns 0. Leicester 6: Devonport 0. Blackheath 11: United Services London Scottish 1; Southam 3. Jfosely 2G; Liverpool 1. Harlequins 31; Bedford 3. RUGBY RESULTS OVER BORDER ON SATURDAY aiinnesota 0, South Dakota 10. Indiana 1C, Depav. 0. PHtsburg 22. Ohio Normal 0. Amherst 0, Tufts Dartmouth 2fi. Bates 0. Cornell 7, Colgate' 13. Carlisle 34, Dickson 0. Lafaj-etto 20, Mnlenberg 3. University of Pennsylvania 35, Pcnn sylvanja College 0. The Rugby Season at Winnipeg Opens Winnipeg, Sept, rugby sea- son was inaugurated hero on Satur- day when the senior teams for tire TOW Ing club and St. John's played to a tic, each side scoring sis points. The game was fast for an opener and the weather conditions ideal, though the grounds wsro heavy from the rain (lur- ing the night before. The Saints for- j ced the play for most of the game and deserved the victory, but. costly errors at a critical time cost them several points and allowed the oarsmen to get away with a fortunate tie. Capt. Art. nnd Hilly Foulds, two stars of the rowing club, did not play'.owing to them taking part In the old boys Kmnc at Toronto University. MARKETS MARKETS ".62 U.5U U.-I7 (I. I) I! 0.-17 0.30 21.00 23.09 20.00 27.00 There is a marked ilwlim: in local grain market prices toiljiy. Olliurwlso the market is iL-atuicUiss. NO. 1 Northern ............1........... No. a Northern .......i............ No. 3 Northern No. 1.................... No. :1 No. I Alberta Red No'. U Alberta Hed No. fl Alberla Ked.................. O.GL No. Alberta Keel No. fi Alberta lied Dairy butter..... Bran, per ton Shorts, per ton Oats, per ton, Rolled Outs Butter and Dairy butter Crt-anKry baiter'............ Eggs, fresh New Potatot'B, per Ib, Beets, jjor Ib. Carrots, per Ib........ TurnfpK, uer _............ Onions, jx-r to .04 Cattle on trio per pound Cows, per pound -05 Cows, dressed, per pound .10 Steers, dressed, per Ib......... 0-11 Sheep: Live, cwt. 6.00 Dressed, per HOQS: DrCBSed. per !b. 0.11 Live, per Ib.............t........ 0.03 0.01 o.oa 0.02 0.01 WINNIPEG GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man., Sept. Tin ex- pectation ot" an improved cash and export dcnrand on Saturday was not; borne out today. Business in these lines were slack, the option market was steady in wheat, somewhat weak- er in and more active in ilax. Splendid weather for threshing and delivery prevails throughout, the west. American markets were a little stronger. Receipts for Saturday and SuncJay totalled 981 cars inspected and 500 in sight. Whcat- Oct. ._ Dec. Way Oct. NOV. Dec Oct Nov 88 S-I-J 1 5C 1.51 Cash 'i' No. i. Nor. No. 2 Nor. No. 3 Nor No. 4- Winter Wheat- No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 No. 4 Oats) No quotations. No. 3 Sli 83', S8J- 371- 33J- 1.55 1.50 88 S7 85 SOEi 88 87 HS Sept. ..a... Dec....... May ....j. Minneapolis Sept. Dec. May. Chicago 88} 88; 93 88-5 flllj CHICAGO WHEAT PRICES Chicago, III., Sept. Balkan possibilities caused wheat to bulge a. little at the outset today, the market soon declined. Moderate offerings 1'7 commission houses prov- ed sufficient to bring about a setback. Favorable weather northwest of hero was respouiiihle. Opening prices ranged from to highe'2. December started at to a gain of to touched and reacted to Oats swaj'ed witii other grain. De- cember sta-.'ted the same aa -Saturday night, to VK higher at 31% to 32, tmt declined LIVERPOOL. LIVESTOCK MARKET Liverpool, Rogers iMverpo a I. cable today that thn demand in '.'.he market ell olT slteh'Uy and Saturday's prices 'rom to 111 cents per pound rish steers wsre with dimcnlty inaln- ftined. CHEW MAPLE SUGAR TOBACCO MILD, SWEET, Iv.tSLLOW and JUICY Manufactured by ROCK CITY CO. Quebec Winnipeg ;