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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald. Monday, August F. C LOWES COMPANY Representing: North American Life Assurance Co. London Guarantee and Accident Co. Phoenix Assurance Co. Limited of London We have several sections of good Farm Land to trade for City Property We have a purchaser for an eight roomed house, also for a small cottage THE STANDINGS WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE STANDING" Won Lost Calgary 15 iDdmonton 12 Saskatoon 7 8 Brandon 8 Moose Jaw ____ 6 6 ttegica 4 'P. C. 4 5 6 9 9 12 .790 .706 .538 .471 .471 .375 .353 .250 Pittshurg 2, Cincin- Louis 1. Chicago STANDING OF THE BIG LEAGUES. National Chicago .54 Pittsburg 49 New York 49 Cincinnati 44 Philadelphia ____ 42 St. 39 Brooklyn ...35 Boston 34 American League 30 35 36 44 44 49 52 56 Philadelphia 59. IVew Tort......___54 Boston ............54 Detroit .'...........54 Washington....... ..3S Chicago............35 St. Louis...........25 30 36 37 41 45 52 53 58 American Association Minneapolis........71 35 St. Paul 44 Toledo........-.___58 44 Kansas City........47 51 Columbus..........46 51 Milwaukee ........45 55 Indianapolis....." .40 41 .........38 36 Eastern League. 37 Rochester..........52 38 Baltimore..........51 43 Toronto ...........49 42 Providence ........41 48 'Buffalo............40 48 Jersey City........40 42 Montreal ..........33 53. .643 ;583 .576 .500 .488 .443 .402 .378 .663 .600 .593 .549 .458 .422 .398 .301 NATIONAL (Saturday) At New same, Boston .1, New York 4; second game, Boston 0, New York 4. At Pittsbur, Tiati 4. At St. 4. At 2, Brook- lyn 1. AMERICAN (Saturday) At Philadelphia Washington 7, Philadelphia 7. At York 4, Boston 5. At 2, Detroit 4. At 2, St. 'Louis 1. Miners Falling Into the Maroon Soaked Them Twice on Saturday Winnipeg, July by- man; stolen ibases, Oriet, Zimmerman, O'Hayer 2, Lezle, Krueger 2, Vandine Beatty; sacrifice hits, Corrigan, Kreitz; .hits, off Wilson 6 in three Collins 5 in 6 innings; on -balls, off 'Wilson 3, off Col- lins 1, off Lezie 3; struck out, ,by Wil- son 3, iby Collins Lezie 3; hit toy -pitcher, Krueger; passed .ball. Ward, double play, O'Hayer unassist- ed; left on bases, Winnipeg 12, bridge 6; time 1.55; umpires, Grimes and Miller. OTHER W. C. L. GAMES NORTHWESTERN (Saturday) the 'Lethbrtdge twirlers hard split the double header yesterday SKEELS WHITEWASHED COW PUNCHERS AGAIN Regina; July and .670 .572 j .569 .480 .474 .450 .386 .376 .611 .578 .542 .538 .461 .455 .426 .384 1. At 7, Seattle. At 3, .Spokane 8. EASTERN. (Saturday) At 3, Toronto At game. .Jersey City 1, Rochester 4; second game, Jersey City 5, Rochester 11. At game, -Provi- dence 1, Montreal 4: second game, Providence 0, Montreal 4. At -game, Newark 3, this after- game was a slug- and opportunely cleaned the series j by faking both games of .the double header from the noon. The first and ended 11 to 8 with the locals winning all the way. Lynch's crew were blanked until the eighth, when they started to find Miller, and eight runs were counted In the two. rounds- Zimmerman cleared the 'bases with a 'home run in the ninth wheh all the paths were loaded. Vandine slam- med out one of the longest home runs second game, Newark 5. seen onthe local diamond, while BISHOP WINS AGAIN Revelstoke, B. C., July the annual trapshooting meet of the Revelstoke Gun Club today, in com- petition with some of the best Amer- ican and -British Columbia marks- men, A. Bishop of Nelson won the high amateur medal and the cham- pionship of British Columbia, with a score of 114 out of 120. The only shooter who .beat this score was Pos-' ton. the professional, who broke 115 birds. Bishop earlier in the week won the championship of British Co- lumbia and a cup at the 'three day shoot of the Pacific Indians at Nelson and a few weeks ago won the Alberta championship and two cups at the Lethbridge shoot Buffalo 0; Buffalo 8. AMERICAN At Chicago...................5 5 3 Detroit.....................6 6 1 At St. St..Louis........-........... 4 9 5 Cleveland.......... 5 S 1 j Second St. Louis 0 3 0 j Cleveland 2 S 1 NATIONAL (Sunday) At Cincinnati.................2 6 1 JPittsburg..................3 7 4 At St. St. Louis..................3 6 1 Chicago.................. 9 16 3 Second St. Louis.................. 0 0 3 Chicago 4 7 1 ASSOCIATION (Sunday) At M inneapolis 4.10 3 Indianapolis...............5' 6 1 At Milwaukee 5 6 3 Toledo 4 0 0 Piper contributed a triple and a home run with men on bases each time. AB R H 0 'A E j Olson, cf 5 1 04 0 0 j Oriet. 3b......... 4 2 1 1 2 0 J Chick, ss......... 5 1 3 2 3 2 I Zimmerman, If 5 11 1 o 1 Lynch, c 4 0 1 6 0 0 Dudley, 2b 4 0 1-2 2 2 Corrigan. rf...... 4 1 1 0 0 lb 4 l l 6 0 p 3 i i 2 2 38 8 10 24 9 AB R H 0 A Piper, cf 5 Plass, 2b 5 ss ..-___ 4 Vandine, 3b 5 J Isbell, If 5 Beatty, lb 4 Hoffman, rf 4 Kreitz, c 5 v-Miller. p 4 CRANBROOK WINS AGAIN Crahbrook, July Cran- brook baseball team opened up their tour in the proper manner yesterday by' defeating the Nelson .boys in a hard contested game by 4 to 3. and thereby ibroke even on -the series. S The afternoon game was a loose ex- hibition, especially' on the -Dart of the [home team, -but no ifaster ball has I ever -been seen in this league than that of the evening. For the second in three days Skeels white- washed the heavy hitting league lead- ers; again the score, was 1 to 0, and again. Gaddy was the opposing flinger. The only score was a home run drive made by Gurney in the eighth. Both teams fielded 'brilliantly, not' a sus- picion of an error ibeing made, tout it was the great work of the pitchers tJiat was the principal feature. Skeels allowed only three scattered singles and fanned eleven, 10 3 478 Manning and Stanley; Gilchrist, Sage and Mclntosh; umpire -Wheeler. 3 0 6 0 Gaddy and Flanagan; Skeels and Mclntosh; umpire Wlheeler. IT WOULD PAY YOU TO PACK A TRUNK with nothing else but bats, balls, rackets, clubs, fishing tackle, etc., along oil family vaca- tion. There would be lots more fun and, lots more health, than you could get out of a dozen trunkfuls of clothes. GET YQUR SPORTING TOOLS here if you want them right. We uu no; handle the near right kind. The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co. MONEY For small and large capital we have to sell which will make you money while you are sleeping. Investments on house property will bring you in from 10 to 20 per cent, interest. Why he satisfied with 4 per cent; Houses from 1700 and upwards all parties, Orders taken for car loads of coal. Fire and Life Insurance. v The Golden West Realty Co. Phone 623. P. 0. Box 642. T PHONE 1032 412 ROUND IT JONES TO LEAD CLEVELAND 1 0 1 I 2 1 2 11 2 3 1 2 0 1 CITY FOOTBALL LEAGUE STANDING Following is the standing of the I Miller 2, off Grimes 3; struck out,