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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRID6E; DAILY HERALD ALL THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOST EVENTS BARNEY OLOFIELD COMING HERE GAMES IN THE BIG LEAGUES WASSEM HAD ARM BADLJTWRENCHED He Wants Another Go at to Make. it. Interesting "Did Oscar Wassem have a bone in his arm 'broken in his batch 'with Jack Taylor Tuesday This question has been put to the Sporting Editor of tie Herald repeatedly since the match. No, Wassem didn't have bone in the arm broken, but he had one of wrenched In tho first twenty minutes of the go. It was' his right wing that and when he showed it to toe Herald last night it was swollen to twice its size. Not a few iwneicber the period at which Wissem-suJfered the mishap, especial- ly those at the ring side. After a fierce tussle, and just .Before the time- keeper announced the twenty-minute period, Wassem's right hand was seen to drop limp to his. side, but he quick- ly resorted to a bluff pose, and no one i awire that he had. -been almost Famous Speed -King Will Give an Exhibition a Fair Grounds Next Week Along With Other Sensational Auto Drivers The of Letnbrldge are in for a rare treat, A trio of dire-devil speid kings of the auto world going to jive an exhibi- tion here next week at the exhibi- tion -track. The celebrated Bar- ney. Oldfleld Is one of tho trio, and the other two are "Wild BUI" Ffitch and Lou Helman, famoui the world over, who for daring riding not even Oldfield hai a better reputation. They with them In their-.transcontinental tour of-the peculiar racing type, the like of which has never yet been seen here by the natives. They will race together and race against from the report! that come from the north, where they have been giving exhibition, they are -not go-as-you-please stunts, but the real thing.' people of Calgary were. so.pleased.with the exhibition that they have demand- ed more, and a return engage- ment has been -booked. -Orville A. Hurst stated to the Herald that he would try and engage the grounds for Wednesday Or' Thurs- day of next week.. The. admission will be nominal. put tors -do combat. Many men would havo thrown up the sponge, but Was- 3s no cheap skata wrestler. He Jcspt gamely at It, and fought Tayior i to the best of his ability, which was some ability, by the wav. "Do you think I would have stayed underneath all the said Was- hem. "I never did the like before in my life, and I have met many men as hard as Taylor. I am going to be all right in "about ten days, and then I'll 'be out with a challenge for Tay- lor to meet me again. The next match I surely will be in the'bfest o .condition, and. I'm going to give good account of said th husky one. He is .pleased with the treatmen the fans accorded him the night of th match. He ha-d half the crowd wit him, which is remarkable, considering the fact that his opponent is so what of a local celebrity. A GREAT Suit Sale Come and See What' Results of Games National Balk Lost Game Philadelphia, Aug. owed -It. st to an odd Incident which occurred Inning. With tho bases fi, and one out, Manager Bresnnhn Jumped from tho visitors' bench, gav a yell and ran toward the homo plate Bailee, who was i" the act of pitch ing the tall to McGee, stepped off th rubber. TJio homo team's claim of balk 'was allowed 'by Umpire Orth Kllllfer scored and tho other run nsrs moved up. Paskert then scored So winning run on. a sacrifice fly bi Sherwood Magee. New York Took Both New York, Aug. York beat Cincinnati twice today, Ihe second vic- ory being tho thirteenth straight ;ame tho champions have taken from Cincinnati, in the first game, Mar- anis put the Reds In the lead in the ighth, when he hit a homer with encher on base. In the ninth, pinch litter Crandall drove in New York's ying and winning ruu wiih a single S.O.E. TAKE INTERMEDIATE FOOTBALL fflAMPIONSHIP Friday, August 2. .1912 "JACK" JOHNSON AS' A Crandall started the second game for. New York, but was knocked out of the box when tile Reds made five hits in succession. Jfarquard relieved Cran dall and finished. Suggs lost his game in the seventh, when, with two out, he forced two runs over the plate. Aug. Grand Lodge of Free Masons of Scot- today afflrmou iiio sus- pension o-f Forfnr and Kincar- dine Lodge of Dundee, for in- itiating "Jack" Johnson, the prize-fighter. MASON S. 0. E. .Won Deciding Game From the Callies N Last Night MARKETS LETHBHIDGE MARKETS No. 1 Northern. 2 Northern SCOTTCUP irsl: Game Teams Entered Wet Weather and Going One to Nil No. 5....... No. i Alberja lied ho) at the "Y" are now becoming warme up to the occasion and there is sur to be some keen competitions. Th numher of entries for the lariou American Come Tomorrow and examine the Suits on which .'we have Reduced Prices. Nothing short of seeing these Suits and trying them on will convince you of the perfect Style and Fit, and satisfaction obtained at such ridiculous- ly low prices. Here's your Suit opportunity. SATURDAY ONLY 25 per cent OFF ALL SUITS Note what 25 p. cent off means when figured out. Suits for, Suits for 120.00 Suits for 122.00 Suits for 125.00 Suits 128.00 Suits Other Lines at Reduced prices for Saturday Only Men's ISTegligee Shirts with soft cuffs, and lounge collars to match; regular to Sale Saturday .......Jj Cfl Men's Negligee Shirts with laun- dried cuffs, good value at Saturday.............95ft Combinations, regular for Men's vBalbriggan Under wear- regular 75cf Saturday .4Qg Men's Cotton Mesh Underwear; .regular 50c; Saturday All Straw and Panama Hate at We, cannot enumerate all the on sale. Come and see! Player Put .Out Detroit, .Aug. usual effectiveness against the Jieavy hit- ters-of order, gave Washington a victory by'a score of 6 to. 3. Shanks stepped into aX curve the inning and Tyas car- ried off the field unconscious. He re- covered later. Boston Outhlt St. Louis St. Louis, Aug. outhlt St. Louis almost three to one this after- noon, but lost, 2 1, SL Louis' hits coming at opportune stages. The field- ing of .Wallace, who has been out of the game for a month, was Cillahan's Homer Did It Chicago, Aug. home run gave Chicago a 2 to 1 victory 'ov- er -New York today. The locals scor- ed their first run on singles and an error. New Ycrlc made its lone run on a triple and single. White was hit hard, but pitched good.ball. Game'Postponed- The Philadelphia-Cleveland: series at Cleveland have been postponed through the Grand Circuit races. events now in are very encouraging and physical instructor V.jR. Gilinor 'is quite enthusiastic over' the pros peots. The events to be contested are: 100 yards; 220 yards; 440 yards; one-half mile; one mile; two mile; hammer throw; 10-pound shot put; running high jump; pole vault; hall .mile relay, four men. The events are open to all amateur athletes in Southern Alberta. An en trance fee of 25 cents will be charged for each event. Prizes A gold medal will be given to the winner of each event and merchan- dise prizes for second and third. To the member of tho Y. -M. C. winnlng the greatest number of point the Armstrong Shield will be awar Entries close with- V. R. Gitaore August 17th. Under most unfavorable weather conditions the. intermediate Oalliob and S. 0. E. teams faced, each other at the hall park last night in the Inal game.', of intermediate lea- gue, the, result being one goal to nil in favor of the Sous, who are now intenncdiatB- champions. For-a time it looked as if there would be noigame, but the rain held oil for a time. The (ield was as heavy as ,a chunk Of lead and the ball even- tually became infected in the same manner. Referee J. Gurr did not ap- pear owing to sickness, and'our old Jones, was called into action. The" Callies won -the toss and chose to defend the south goal. In opening periods the players of both teams became mud-logged and t was amusing to >watch the strug- gle with the hall. Everybody had a pot shot at goal, but without any ucccss. The heavy going seemed to he to the. Callies' liking aiid the Sons had a tough time defending their ci- tadel. Andeison, of the Callies, seemed to enjoy himself in the mud and got in some very effective work, but his wing nate invariably got Sept. stuck on the real estate anil refused Vcc. to play on the ball. Hawkins, the May Sous of England young goal- keeper, was tested once or twice with difficult shots, but lie was gen- erally right on the job and kept Ins charge intact.. Just towards the close of half teams were Only Playing half in hour each way-thc Scots forced three' corners in succes- sion off the hut the English defence kept them out. The final per- iod of the game was picked in a downpour of rain and play became somewhat of the comedy variety. FRIDAY'S GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg, Aug. markets open .nid close today were' Oct 33f Oals- Oet 35 1-3 35 jf OCt. IK) i.j'i l.aa Closing Cash Prices N0....1 Nor. 2 Nor.. :3 Nor ;l Nor 5 Nor. C Nor. Oats- No. I.e. W Ex. No. 1 Feed No. 3 No. 4 Minneapolis Wheat Sept. Dec. May Chicago Wheat 93 03J 88J- 93} 35 9D 1.06J 1.03 85J 70 37 38 51 48V 32 93 97i S7J, "CON" JONES POSING Keeps Eastern Interviewers 'Guessln; In Regard to his Business International Toronto Wllia Toronto, Aug. l.-i-Torohto! defeated Jewark this afternoon in a: -ten-inn- ngs game, 8 ,7. In .the first half f the tenth Newark made three runs took the lead. Toronto came with four runs, winning out. Rochester Lucky Rochester, Aug. gave Rochester the lead In 'the sev-' enui, and Conroy's great catch In centre saved the game-from Provid ence. Montreal, Aug. Jone. spent the evening in Montreal, but while Quite wjliing to talk of past his- tory in he refused to say anything as to his future plans. lie confirmed the statement that he wish- ed the agreement entered into with Westminster yesterday broken, but beyond this would not commit himself. The general impression among those who met him was that ".Tones had something up his but wise ones remarked that "Con loves to ad- opt the mysterious and "takes delight In conveying the impression that when he is around something is sure to be doing." Anybody who could swim generally along best and indeed on more than one occasion several, of the play-" ers just went full length in the mud ind struck out for "the shore. It was '.v, hut the players didn't think o. Both teams were distinctly at a ig disadvantage, and it was regret- able that tho weather man was not n his best behaviour. The following 'ere the respective teams S. 0. Ilolberton and Jalzell, Palmer, Frier and Lcc, Ox- and, Faunch, Ball, Jordan and oach. Smith and oss, Douglass and Mc- Andeison, Tennant, Bell Dill and McFarlane. CHICAGO WHEAT .MARKET Chicago, III., 'Aug. wca- ther'in the northwest, the kind want- ed to aiert black rust, n.ade wheat prices today easy. Heavy receipts from the south-west had similar in- fluence. Prospects, however, that tho world's shipments would be small, acted in a measure as an offset. The" opening was to and i loner. September started at to 03J, a 'oss of i and to }'and i and 'de- clined .to_. 93. on oats carried' that' ceieaf lower. Sep- tember at the outset ranged from to 33 cent's, a. shade under last night to a like amount above, and dropped to 34. Chicago, Aug. 2. _ An additional break ensued as a result of export hids fajlmg off because of laigc es- timate of the yisld. The close nas firm, but one cent net lower. Sept at 924 and J. LIVERPOOL WHEAT TOMMY BURNS SAYS THE HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE REVERTS BACK TO HIM With the Retirement of Jack Johnson From the to Defend It Calgary, Aug. Burns former champion heavyweight pugilist or the world, Announced tonight his intention to make an ai tempt to re- gain the title. Discussing ari Asso. elated Press despatch quoting Jack- Johnson, who won his title from Burns, as 'stating that he had perman- ently retired from the ring. Burns said: a "Now that Jack Johnson has retired lie title reverts to the white race, anil am prepared to defend it Johnson aid.i gave him the toughest fight of is whole career." Liverpool, Aug S.-Close ffhect spot steady; No. 2 Manitoba, 8s 2d.- No. 3 Man., 7s Hid, futures steady', Oct 7s did, Deo., 7s 3d. Wardner Team Took Two Games From Cran- brook Nine Wardner, B. C., Aug. rn 'the -douhle-header baseball played at Cranbrook today between Wardner and Cranbrook, Wardner won 12 to -1 In tho afternoon, and in the evening 7 to 4. Batteries: Lund and McDon- ald for Wardner, and for Cranbrook, Corbstt and Kerr. U. S. Ntw Pitcher Wins First Game Buffalo, Aug. pitch ed his. first. ball game today, '.since joining the Buffalo team, a.nd won, 7 to3, from Baltimore. GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP, TOURNEY AT BUFFALO Association Victoria 2. I Seattle 5, Tacoma 0. Vancouver 100, Spokane 0.. Canadian Ottawa 6, Berlin'3. Pctcrboro 2, Guelph 1.' St. 'Thomas 4, 'flrantforcl 3. Association St. Paul a, Indianapolis 5. Louisville 7, Kansas City 7. Columbus to, Milwaukee 0. Minneapolis 2, Toledo 0. Mimeipolls 3, t Seyenty-eijht Qualify Finals Medal Competition Buffalo, Aug. completion of two rounds of medal play in the golf championship of the United States over the Buffalo Country Club today left seventy-eight golfers with scores low enough to qualify for the final 36 holes to be played tomorrow, TJiree 'were tied with a low score o' 147, Smith, Wykagyl; M.-J. Brady Wollaston, and P. F. Barrek, Lampton All players with fifteen points high er than .the tenth low scores star the third round tomorrow. iOLEMAN NEEDS T9 WIN GAME TOMORROW TO HAVE A CHANCE BADEN 'WON. RICH CLASSIC STAKE AT CLEVELAND MEET Easily Defeated his Field, but Tims Was Poor the Auto Races at Sia.-llnd Today and tomorrow starland will show splendid reproductions of the Calgary auto races, -wliich will. in- clude an excellent view of Barney Old- Ua Cole-man, Coleman football team will-Journey to Hosrner on Saturday morning, where they ulay with the Hosmer team' in the after- noon. ThU will he the final out-of- town game for'the local team in the Crow's Nest Pats Football league and If they win .the game on Saturday it will give -them a total of thirteen points, and put them on a par with 'At tho piesent stage of the, game, tho outlobk for Colemin capturing all three of the Calgary Browing Co., the Alutz and the Graham excel- lent. Cleveland, Ohio, Aug. rich Ohio stake of the classic of tho North Randall track, was won today by Baden, bjack son of Bingora, in three straight heals. fhe Jersey City horse was driven by Rodney. While he easily defeated his ,.field, the best time he showed, did not approach the mark for the classic. i MARQUARD'S DISOBEDIENCE 'HIM VE Cincinnati, Aug. Jlar- nuard, star pitchfr of New York CJiants, was fined, .today by the National Baseball Commission, for pitching on-a inning for..the Port Ches- ter, N.T., team. His set WM contrary to lesgue rules, THERE'S SOME HASTE necessary if ydu want our Elite Special cigars. They are so well liked that they are going with a rush. Better, buy now It yoil ,de- slre to get a cig- ar that suits 'your taste and pocket tell how long they'll 'las! Anything you're likely u> call for In the tobacco line and utensils for us- ing especially. Elite Cigar Store PHONE ;