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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIIKKIDGE DAILY HKItALD MORE ABOUT RAYMOND GAME S-POR-T-S ATHLETICS SADLY TROUNCED HOOK Will be Applied to Bran- don and Winnipeg Fail to Come up the Scratch PRO. BASEBALL FOR US IN 1912 PRES. ECKSTORM INCLUDES LETHBRIDGE IN ALBERTA LEAGUE FOR NEXT INTERNATIONAL- DROPS EASTERN CLUBS Edmonton, August J. Echstorm, of of the Western Canada Hascball league, who is In Edmonton as a member of the delegation from the Licensed Victuallers1 association wljich is meeting fii? Attorney Ocnernl snggr-st mrNitti amendments to the liquor license laws. Mr, Eckstonn has piloted the Western Canada league through stormy seas for two seasons. lie said yesterday that the league this year would undoubtedly make a hotter financial showing than last year. Winnipeg' has been a disappointment to the league president. "Calgary, Edmonton and Winnipeg in order are the best paying cities in the league. The attendance at Winnipeg ought to bo just double what it is. President Eckstonn outlined the league as lie would have it in 1012. There would be eight teams in it. Winnipeg anil Unimion would be drop- ped and the teams would be, -Moose Jaw, Regina, Saskatoon, Edmonton. Red Deer, Calgary. Leihbrldgo and Medicine Hat. This league, he thought ought to be a success. There was only one other formation that ho would prefer to it ami that was a league of .Montana and Alberta cities. It was not improbable that such a league could be organized next year with a little effort as the Lucas Union league in which Montana joined this year with Utah and Idaho has not been proving successful. Edmonton, Aug. asked by the Bulletin what he thought about; the threat-which came from Winnipeg! about the dropping out of the Maroons and Brandon from the league, I'resi-1 dent Ecltstorm, who is In the city just j now. said there was another side to the etory. At the last meeting of the league representatives, which was j held in Brandon gome time ago. Pro Blackburn of the Winnipeg club, said that'his home club was ex- ceeding the salary limit and the limit raised on account of the suspic- ion of other teams being over the limit. Mr. Eckstorm, up to the time of Interview last night, had not received any telegram from Bel! as In the Winnipeg despatch, and Instead of the Maroon and Brandon clubs withdrawing unless certain changes are made as requested by the eastern cities, the two aforementioned j clubs may foe forced to withdraw with- engaged in a friendly game of for ihe Purple Springs nine tho first in the next few days. expecting to come out victorious, but j same and Hick and Love for the sec- The bank drafts for the league ex-'were awfully disappointed, going borne jond same. Purple Springs can now penses which were sent to these two'with the small end of the score, boast of as good a team as any town jThe Taber team came down in the i in Southern Albsrtft. A dance was afternoon and lost by the close score f held in the evening for the 'benefit PURPLE SPRINGS BEAT TABER Purple Springs, Aug. twirling 'but could not stop the heavy Uike 'baseball team journeyed (o Pur- Imliuy of the Purple Springs team, pie Springs last Friday where they Uriscoll and Hudson were tho batterv clubs have not 'been honored and un- less the money is paid up this week, they will play no more ball, 'says the president. Winnipeg has beer, the sore spot In the circuit all season and they are always, about something. Be- fore the league started this year they took no steps to form a team until the eleventh hour and seeing now that they have not as good a team as the western clubs, they set a horrible howl about the salary limit, a bad, schedule, etc. A short while ago Win- j nipeg put up a cry that the other clubs could not exist unless they got the >big percentage which they dre of 3 to 4. The wonderful .McCommas was in the box for Taber and did good of the baseball team and a good time was enjoyed by all. Western Canada League Games SPLIT BETWEEN 'PEG AND SASKATOON ROBINS STILL WINNING Moose Jaw, Aug. Robilis an- nexed a goad ball exhibition by the BALED JIAVAXAS AIM-: 8VKE TO PLEASE A Broitth of I I'M re Havana Jin Every I'll IT Tho .Memory Lingers. When you've tried everything else in cl- ears and failed to find satisfaction, try a Baled Havana You'll soon find out ho much better it-is. than the kind you liavo been smoking. The last puff's just :is even and sweet as the first, and .the flavor never varies it's al ways, smooth, mellow and "pleasing. Can't bo beat. Get one today. Jose Caste Co. Mfrs. of Baled Havanas Linda 19-26 Kjng Street. London, Qnt. GIRLS, YOU ARE DISCOVERED! Rnynioud, Aug. ladles' last, night organized ;i base- ball club. The Herald reporter attempted, io somb information rt'sardiuB the organ (nation, but, there scorned to be n rule on I he books which precluded- interviews with reporters. This much, how- ever, wo can make p.ubllo. The outfit or th'o Raymond League (earn has been loaned to the Indies ami the practises 'are 'being held sonic1 where In the vicinity o'r rhe cemetery; at least wo.'saw girls 'with big mitts, and hair, pinned tight going out In that direction and we didn't see them return. RAYMOND TEAM READY FOR ANOTHER TILT Games in the Big Leagues AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Minneapolis 200 000 1 Columbus 6 0 Kansas City Toledo 021 330 11 2 00-1 000 12 s'- Paul....... OOt'001 0 1 Louisville 000 012 8 1 Milwaukee 112 MIO'OOJ 100 15 Ind'napolls -100 100 13 t Married Men of Raymond Will Play Baseball FIGHTING EDITOR HANDEO REAL BOUQUET DIFFERENCE OF OPINION ABOUT THAT FAMOUS GAME Raymond. Alia.. Aug. Hay-, moiiil correspondent met. the sporting editor of tile Herald at lunch yester- day in Lethbridge, anil in a social ay discussed the baseball sitsial'un n Ihe I.cthhridge Lea.euc o( Aijiatour j Haseball Clubs. From the tone ot hi.s remarks we gathered tha 1 all 'were not quite satisfied with tflic rc- jsult of Saturday.night's ;.cthlifidge.- I Raymond game. This editor ils a jgood sport, and we noticed at -Ray- mond even though he is Presi- LOCAL BASEBALL NINE WOULD" BET IN MATCH WITH RAYMOND The spirit of tho Lothbridgo. ball team, 'which was so heavily trcid- den on at Raymond Saturday, was pricked into fiery activity fry tho Raymond report of the grime which appeared in yesterday's is- sue of the Herald. The boys of the local 'brigade take exception thereto, and to substantiate their exclamation of tlteiy are prepared to" put tip that Lethbrldge can -lower the Ray-; mond colors EASTERN Toronto 000 010 3 Newark 000 000 Providence 000 007 13 .Montreal ..i 000 100 I) Providence 020 004 16! Montreal 203 303 14 Mersey 520 000 9 IDurtnlo 100 000 9 fialtimofo Rochester 100 110 12 000 003 8 innings. Saskatoon, Aug. and score of 3-1. Reese was touched .up Winnipeg split even on a double head- starp! pr today, the Maroons taking of the however, only .first same by 13 to S, ami the locals iallmvPd-t.liree ailt! retirptl at every visit to Maroonville and un- j the second event by 2 to 1. Winnipeg' got, their game in the third innings, when filler up in the air nnd passed 2, hit one and allowed a two- by Glass and two singles, which with two errors and two stol- en bases netted the visitors nine runs. Sheridan replaced him in the til their real attendances were expos cd, they were continually harping about it. Even Saskatoon with a tail- end team draws a much better crowd than the big eastern city and should Winnipeg drop out, If will certainly eood riddance. Brandon isn't quite so ibad, but In the event of both these cities leaving the circuit, the league will prosper a great deal more than it has done in the past and the four clubs will then belong to a real live circuit. This talk which originated in Winnipeg about that city.getting a franchise in the Ameri- can Association is all rot, for they couldn't draw a big enough gate to support a team of oxen, leave alone a Class A baseball team. .men by the strike-out route. '.NO GAME The rainmaker again got the 'best of the Eskimos and the Bronchos yester- We men tion the score in may work in Saturday night, The Lclhbridge write-up didn't give it. The -sporting editor hinted -that Raymond, Aug." 2.'_ Tlic Married' Written chauffeurs on the grandstand, j I.cthbridge would like an opportunity Men liavo ctmllchgcHUlic Lcnguc Base- [Ijllt llis strongest protest not or igun trjm? coiirlusions with Kn mil team to a-gfcjntron Friday night }tlinfc thc game, was called'when it [morid, "just to show you that Leth- al thy park, sharp at six was> hut that. Raymond htia get j c dent of the League, he was noli: mix-jonlcr tlml, Itfagrath, ed up himself in "the storm .pro-, some practise for i tests" which emitted from this SS Raymond spectators, and 3 Lcth-1 Detroit jPhlladelphia ,New York ..'..I New York Chicago Washington, Cleveland Boston St. Louis AMERICAN ...271 110 17 0011 000 li 11 000-.102 10 OOO.-OOO 7 10 000 200 8 .000 100 4 000 000 6 010'160 100 100 9 NATIONAL PIttshurg fi Boston 006" 000 '2 G T NTo other games scheduled in the League .yesterdaj CANADIAN Hamilton under ordimn r-imim Urantfoid o'clock. Jt is to begin early because on the diamond, and the mnnner jsHnus he suil I lie R u mond 2 1 4 11 team j which they left it. tlie Leaguers say the Family will lag out about tin1 end -of the seemed to think that Ixtli third, and for the. remaining six thc j bridge outclassed Raymond in play men in uniform ivilf handle' them like He's a better judge of play-than, his they did the sixth on Saturday night. One of the married Raymond reporter, but, realh thought Raymond put up the men whispered across the street last' "lay. Any way the score night to the Herald "scribe, that a j'" Raymond's faror and 7 "black horse" was to be rung in, and Thc ting itor took it upon himsi.li to su th-U he ihuught a gnme.could be arranged, and since coming home he has intcr- MettuI Jnmger Vinos and Pusidpntl 0 linen ind (lies si) sun thit Hit mond mil pin am time hut of const since the. chillcngc comes i from Kiunond flic gai e ncccs St Thomas Berlin London Guelph ,bcst rot the i ii.v. and the same was necessarily i anfi. lhat llis position' would probably postponed. H is probable that..twq.j m the tile mar- games wil be played today, If tbe weaT ried men were getting in. some prao- Iher permits. PRESIDENT TAFT _______ REFUSED TO TAKE A RiDE WITH THE SPEED KING Washington. D. C., Aug. middle of tlie third and held the Ma- roons down fairly weii inter .on. The second game was one of tbe best seen here this season, both teams playing -1-tnjnj.j L 4 i snappy hall, sharp fielding and sensa- tional play, keeping the score down to 2 to 1. Winnipeg1 got its only run in the ust when Schaffer threw wild to for speed kept VT AT Hewer to catch Freer, the latter com Taft waiting on an appoint- tise last nigilV.wi'th' the young ladies, who have just organized. We. saw ont going in Ihe ladies', .direction with inask anil glove and 'shoes. :Il is pity they hadn't acrauged 'a with Lcthbridge before tackling the Raymond League- team. ng home on the error. ment for him here today. The speed kfug while touring between Baltimore and Washington in his Vacins ear, hit it up iu one of the small towns to keep his date with the nation's Kxe- :iml, when he. centered the lim- its of the next hamlet, they had or- flers to arrest him, causing a thirty- minute delay and a -wait for the Chief Kxeciitive of the country. Burman1 invited the President for a of that. REINSTATED BECAUSE CHARLEY. DOOIN HAS MET WITH SO MUCH BAD LUCK St I ouis Ing i ans dtiubt ox iscs in the mind, of Charles "A.-Dooin manager of the. Phila'delDhia Nationals runs the beet boys made in the il'ast sink c on i Rijmond di inuind ride in his space-Htor, but the "t was declined will, the statement that, hf to-etnll fans he Bel lhat fear at rest for one of prt'ttlest testimonials of esteem itfectiou basebpll has known n is while he was glad to meet the Jnriiig automobile drivers in tlie world he would not like to court death with him. Burrnan's appearance al the White I-fouse caused a sensation and was Ihe signal for a lal'gc gathering all of whom were anxious to see the champion motorist. First Across the Line If you want to take the wind out of their uili" offer your one or two Ciga Black Cat Tell them the price after they've smoked tee if they'll believe it pouible. Smooth, sweet, Virginia tobacco of a picked and rolled in delicate rice- the itory of every Black Cat Cifarette. And it'i a ttory well worth remembering if you cpre for a quality imoke. at all good tobacconiits. MAKUNU9 CICARETTtS. LimiLJ. tln.ln.1. PICKS KLAUS AS THE MAN TO TAKE TH6 MEA- SURE OF BILLY PAPKE Aug. Woigast here arranging for a moving picture show, picks Frank Klr.us for the mid- j'Jle-vveigbt championship.' l-lo s-ays j f'apke is no Icnger in that class. j "Paplce cannot make 160 now with jout hurting he said. "Ho I get! ing a little old to reduce much jand it hurts an old man to take of] fat." "Papku, seems to me, is really a fighter without a class in which to I'ltt'nt lie cannot fight middlewoigbts if thov liiEist on his making the itimato weight." j "There Is at least one man who can beat him ir he gets down to the Jegi- 1'iS. anil that man Is Frank us is the best middle- itimate 1 Klaus. weight in the ring today, by all odds, j He can easily make thc weight, in fact he is always a tittle below the limit. Then, too, he has the speed, some- thing which Papke cannot boast of (.hat he Is Liking on "What right Papke has lo the title any more than the rest of them 1 can- not sec. Me claims that because be has. defeated contenders in America, England and Australia, he is entitled lo the honor, but he Is silent when Ihe he suffered at the hands of .iohnriy Thompson is thrown into his l.-'.c..." paid tho sot i el toi pod one bj St I oiiie fans fodl a nunbei ot Health ulrcil to Pi evident Ljnch of Ihe ttionl I cague asking that She! wood Migee be lemstated as a tulnite to Clnilei Doom has done so much to elevate baseball. The am ,Iso shoi s the strain 01 bt I oui' sro tsinanslup it is, i splendid tiibni- to St I ouls and to tht man who l-j- today M ffcu-it the cftccls of tbe ircldent at Leauie 'PBtCldl !ft W-htn hli, leg was biok-n Among (bos who lnio fh voluiiurj appeal to Presfdent I noli ,1 n! t r Ca Nation il flank of Commer c I mn r Has and Wilier J avme 01 the fciferson ?m Sllllcl Dlrect0' of Athletics of tlie f Hi of orl This Will Be a Rare Exhibition What is, perhaps, the greatest gaaie of the season will take place on tlie Overseas js.'ound': tomorrow evenitis when the A. R. and I. and Plumbel.'s will engage in mortal combat. teams have got to taste the bitternes of defeat, and each.will make a great effort to preserve Us .unbeaten cer- tificate. The .Plumbers will be a lit- .le stronger than full strength with the following team: lAIeLachian; Ocar: son. Costello; Isatt, "Holberton and Scott; McJI.urtie; Ilalkenson, C. Scott son, Wilson, Fleotwoo'd and Fo'tliefing The A. n. and I. team will'be select- ed tonight. The game will commence at 7 p.m. A a half a dozen. Ladies frep Standing of Clubs Today WESTERN.. CANADA YOUNG AVUTOR KILLED I London, Aug. Gerald Na- pier, a young English aviator. mot death today while Hyin with a passenger 'tol Brbbk: lands. A sudden gust-of wind dashed his machine to the ground killing him instantli His companion escaped unln jured g Calgary Winnipeg Edmonton Unndon Sa3katoon W. GO 50 45 315 34 23 40 39 Pet. 741 CS, .523 .473 .296 fr LOCAL RANGERS .DUE.'TO INVADE MACLEOD TODAY andtliethbndge teams in the matter of footliail science 1m o [proven to be t evenlj balanced 'when tllej have met iri the past Ihe Rangers o[ LethbrWge mvadi "Vlic leod todaj Mhere will tn con :luslon-3 .with town and a lively, encounter is anticipated. Detroit Philadelphia Chicago New York, Boston Cleveland Washington St. -Louis" AMERICAN 83 60 49 4S 35 30 L. 32 34 45 47 4i 51 Pet .663 .638 ilO fO .31S Ciiicago YorX Philadclphi; Pittsburg St 7 pull Cincinnati Brooklyn Hasten NATIONAL 6 56 52 38 34 -20. 33 36 37 37 41 53 .C2I) .809 .603. .418 .374' .215 26 CARS OF LEMONADE ALBERTA WINS AT CRICKET Iiiiliin Mead Sp k to .js matehes of the imcrprovincial tournament, the two Manitoba teams again went down to defeat, tho C A. being beaten b> Al )i.rta by Qlit whi.le Sasl'tatch I ho margin ot four run. The latlcr runs and four wickets ewan snatched Ilio victory frdm" .Manitoba team b) wickets and one Same the Alnnltona's made an excol- :ent showing during the first Innings hut went lo pieces on takins the fiefrt for the second holt of the two Inn- nss' game, their second Innings only in 57 runs lo their oppon- ents' 120. ENGLIH CRICKET London. Aug. beat'Wor- idilcr at cricket today by an Inning! ind 227 runs. Yorkshire beat Notts ry 223 runs. The Summer has only bfgtm bu I already ihe menti of Dalton'a Lemonade have sold mate than enough to give a glass to every man, woman land child in Canada. Up to date, enough hat been fold to maLe glauej (over ten over 00 bottles. Loaded on can the quantity would make a tram a f 26 carloads. DALTOlN'S LEMONADE A Pure Food Product Conlalni NO OTHER Acid BEWARE OF THE IMITATOR INSIST ON DALTON'l The Qualify is the Reason SALE ntlly.Wnwn C.lg.ry, ;