Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 30, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
TOE LETITBTUDGE DAILY HERALD Tuesday, Sopeniber FIRST HAWAIIAN TO CO UP TO.THE MAJOR LEAGUES Detroit Secured Him From Sacrarr.in- Youngster. National League Head in Bad Ail Round and Clubs are j After His Scalp :Mutterincs of Discontent Forecast Ukcly Outcome of National L League Election. Jnckmen, through" the ICMB ot Jack Coomfcs.l and a corresponding to the GlAats through tbs ndditlon p: Tesreau and Demaree to the box EtafT, wbllo JtRtiewBon and Marquard stll remain to and Plank. Tbis leaves for reckoning howorer the Lirgo group of Philadelphia oort Ditchers.. IL Is Interesting to note, how aver, that while tbe Athletics worked l Alexander and .illifer.. PitUbueg-Cihcinuali, tain. now are belaboring the ball In cor re 3 pond Inf return to the '.Amei'U'hn York...... Bedl.enl and Cady; 1 3 Keating 9 0 9 and effectively out of their batting slump, and old time style, the Giants have not hitting form. Last week McGraVs men averaged only raui to tlio game while ttie' Machincn were getting nearly wveo.- The Athletics' canny leader tave bis veteran boxmen a good rest las1 vreelc, Bender rfot showing ones on mound and Plank only for a few Innings In one game.- McGraw had to uss out his siring to clinch, the pennant AJathewson Marquafd, Tesrean und Demareo doubtless- wlll'-be given -just. enough th-e few days left lo keep In condition for the big Job ahead'of them. Second Jostcn 1 6 ;3 'eft' -Yotff 5 S 1 Andcrapn and Thoaias; Fisher ami iwceney. ,_ 'hiladelp'hia 0 S 5 1 3 "0 Wyckoff 'ar.rt McAVev Johnson and JOHN D. Association. Minneapolis NOTES OF THE -WORLD'S SERIES The for playing the game are thc except that In case of a legal tie.game, the teams will not remain In the city..where tho tie occurred to play It off, but wUI ad- here to the schedule of alternating be- tween the two cities. In cace'of pott ponementt the teams wIEI remain In the city where the gamejwai pdrtpon ed until Jt Is played. -The National Commission will not have ch'arge of the distribution of tht being left to the respective PLEASED OVER- .WIN Congratulates Young Golfer and Ex presses Delight That He Is An Abstainer Boston. Mass., SepL tele- ram from John D. Rockefeller, ardent' iolioTrer of tho'ancient gem of golf, the many message of congratulation that are pouring- 1 upon- Francis Ouluiet, the yoathtu amateur gplfer.wbosd success recen ly made hlatorj- for tlat sport. your can Mr. Hockefeller tel graphed, and..added: "Admire yon fleas upon temperance.'.' ".Young Oulmct'is a total abstains occastbn to deny The price of a You always know It when on buy Semi-ready. It's in the aame mpnrtial; fair. You pay no more. You pay no lees." There 13 the added action of knowing that you must bo satisfied before we are Eatisfied. We want your trade now and henceforth. And its the hence we look Forward to you pay S13 or 140; for a Semi-ready Suit or Oyercoat, THE SEMI-READY STORE Empreu Block, S. C. Bateman, OWNEf.S TOR Trif OTTAWA HOCKEY CLUi OtUwa, Sept. 'prObaWe Uiat the Ottawa hockey club will change hands this year.- vfho for many years hare been. Idea- tided TTltli rit. -Weldy Bftiev Charlie Irvfn, Faddy BaaltsrriUft 'and Darcy WcGes. find that tiioy devote the nectssary time and hive offered to dispose ot their a lock to another local corporaUoa. deal may be put through In the of few weeks. .OtUwW" wers" heavy losera last winter, ag- reement .with the. Patrljhs.vand reasonable -will rulo la soon to-become a pro-jtfiQcefori( JtTlgbter. ed tlie course in one hour, nine n ules, 52 toconds, Maurice the' first of- the three French aviators, finished Jn 69.- 45 J-5, An average, speed I2i an hcyr. Eugeno Gilbert, tho eecond Frerich- 'rcan, fininhed In 25, Games at ..Montreal. troatreAl, SepL The Uliie Golf were the of milch unimat- 'excitement at 12.30 ibU atlernoon the- tblrtfeenth acnual loter- aatloaat ladles' golf tournament open- MtM Morifl Deed, amateur charn- ol Esflaad, acd MTE. Barlow, one "the kdy amateur, golfers In StaUi, oppoeeii eioh other bjr. Hlsi Glflflj-i ohampion of Violet Fooley of from Enff- Tnfead, UM Hunting Rifles The Choice Of All Sports. a fa Of Experienct. The 'Winchester" a guarante: of name on a riBe is iU acctirate and strong shoot- in; qualities, entire reliability or action and superior finish, Winchester rides represent in accuracy, reliability and quality the highest development in gun malting. No matter what you hunt there is a Winchester made suitable for your purpose. Whichever model you select, you will find that it will stand the rough, hard usage that hunting rifles often receive. Winchester rifles ore mechani- cally correct in design, are made of selected and tested materials under skillful supervision. Every rifle is thoroughly tested in every way before it leaves the worka. Nothing is omitted in th4lr manufacture that will make Winchester rifles shoot well, wear well and look well. Winchester Gniif A m tu n a i o n f h e Brtnfl Arc Made far Ktiah Other unit Sold Secor.d iliotitapolis }.....'til Coli'.nibus ,01mstead' and "Ov.-ens Murphy. ..-.j Louisville Douzhertj: a and Clemens. Scconil gann Milwaukee Louisville ;..IM 2 Hovlfck atd Hughes ffliE-rfcr.. (Called St. Pay! 2 lb 3 Indianapolis 5 E I anil M.iUer Willis and'Liv- ingstone. Second gann St.. Paul ar.d t'asey. 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Webster Company Lhnlied Sherbrooke N'ew 97 Philadelphia Ch'caJSo PittatuTg Bpstnn 6C Brooklyn........ Cl CJnctnnaM...... Cl St. Louis........ Phdadelphin Waallnglon Clereland Boal'on Chicago Detroit New York St. Jxiuls Milwaukee..... 35 Columbus..... SI. Paul........ Ti Toledo C9 Kanaaj City..... 68 Indfanepolis..... 68 Thuia tho final standing of the Am- ifcifi AssocfatEoQ cluba. The league SCOTTISH FOOTBALL Sepl, followlriK arc the results of today's rclieduled Scot- llfh league foolhall matches: Celllc 2; Clyde (i. Rangers S; Queens Part 0. Third. Litntrk i; TbUHj 1.