Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
The Lsthbridge Daily Herald, Wednesday, August Page 7. CHEKP LUMBER There is quality in Lumber; do not forget that. Poor Lumber means, a cold crude house; difficult to live in; difficult to rent and difficult to sell. We carry- cheap Lumber suitable for some purposes, but the kind you want in your new house, we make a specialty of. Our purchases are of such magnitude that we can demand the best of Lumber for the least money, Our customers get the benefit f Inspection of any of our twelve yards will satisfy you as to this. Round Street: Phone 763 CO. Westminster Road Phone 1063 Yards at Lethbridge N. Lethbridge Bow' Island Milk River High" River Claresholm Nauton Granum Carmangay Barons Kipp Jet. P. 0. Box 344. Phones: 628, Garage. 1262, Residence, GARAGE BROWNE- COSMAN CO. Five'stalls with lockers, etc. Rates reasonable. Cars washed, polished and delivered. 246 Westminster Road. BASEBALL SCORES EASTERN At Newark................. 5 10 3 Buffalo 10 16 2 At' .Providence 3 5 1 Montreal.......... 4 S 0 Second 2 6 1 Montreal.................. 3 5 1 At 'Jersey J ersey City 7..... 6 7 1 Kocliester 7 12 4 AMERICAN' At Philadelphia- Chicago................... 2 4 2 Philadelphia............... 3 S 2 At .Boston 4 10 0 Detroit 3 8 2 At New Cleveland 2 7 1 New York 5 7 0 NATIONAL At St. St. Louis 1 S 0 Brooklyn. 3 6 1 Second St. 'Louis 4 8 2 Brooklyn 5 13 3 At Chicago 5 13 1 York 4 9 1 At Cincinnati 6 S 0 Boston.................... 1 6 2 ALBERTA LOST TO MANITOBA Aug. started off like winners in their match, with Winnipeg in the cricket j tournament this morning. They had j piled up no less than 160 runs with! only lour wickets down at lunch J time. The Winnipeg bowling was hit hard and heavy and every Saskatchewan batter went into double figures. Heathcote and Gurney. were sent in. first and secured 32 and 27 respect- ively. Vidal 'hit very hard for a fiae play of 51, securing several sis-es and half a dozen fours. Price got 16. Scott and Hawkes at lunch time wer.es still facing the bowlers. They are playing carefully and slowly, aid runs were coming more slowly. CALLIES CONQUERERS Defeated the Sv (X and Decided Their Right to the City League Championship Fast Game Score 4 to I KAUFMAN AND LANGFORD All arrangements have been, made lor the six-round bout between Sam Langford and Al Kaufman, which is to lake place at the Shibe Park ball grounds, Philadelphia, on August 19. and the men have started training. The men will battle ior a guarantee of and an option on the gate receipts. It will be the first open air boxing match that has taken place in Philadelphia since the Fitzsimmons- O'Brien battle, five years ago. For'the second time in this football season, the Callies, those indomitable Scotchmen, have bested the S. 0. E. eleven. Boosted by their win two notches higher in the ladder of suc- cessful achievements, the wearers of the -thistle' stand to-day the proud vic- tors of the City League, with never a lost game in this year's schedule to lend its 'blemish to their spotless re- cord. It was a glorious tussle. The score of ;does not, altogether indicate i the evenness of the play, or the Alberta was less successful in their I mighty effort, that the Callies were game with Manitoba and were all out ''Compelled to put forth in the face of for 56. They could do little with j victory. the bowling' of Smith and Worthing- j When twenty-two Manitoba followed and had 10 'by the .S. 0. E. forwards and the- ball was given a long ride to right. The Scotchmen again, captured the spher- oid, and getting -busy with their three- men comibinatibn, led down swiftly and shot a swift grounder at Mcln- the bairhounced- and Mac, with- a sweeping swing shoved the pill out of danger. '.It was the S. 0. E. shot next, but Boss was there -srftb.'the catchers' sjitt and engulfed the drive in his spacious maw. Wing to wing passes became the feature at this juncture, and the. Englishmen put the smoke on some of their shots, but Boss was there the block, athletes of bone! Three minutes of fast work- had- runs for one wicket were drawn. when stumps SHERIDAN HAS .DECIDED TO DEFEND.TITLE AGAIN Jack Gillis and Brailey Gish Will Have Their Work Cut Out at Ail-Round Championships. New York. Aug. Sheri- dan, of the Irish-American Athletic Club, has started active training for the annual all-round championship of the Amateur Athletic Union, which is is in a small of the aroused over scheduled to take place at Chicago E_ laved the latter, part of this month. j The big champion was undecided' The CalUes' for some time as to whether ihe should enter the event this year, but his friends prevailed upon him to make the effort, and he 'has now made pos- itive announcement to the effect that he will compete. and brawn conflict in opposing forces when the Callies got under way upon a-football field, when the same "one of ,tneir grand stand rushes. A scrimmage an goal area ensued. On a short snappy pass from left, Oli- ver delivered a heavy slug and the opposite corner, of the net, and' tallied one for the Callies. This score had just begun to lend an air of reality to the play. Spectators began to watch and look for the Si 0. E. to even up. But their hopes were sadly crushed'. Not three min -utes later on a swift, lead down of his own make up. Oliver .eluded the S 0. E. defence, and with a running- th t isilot kg -Mclntyre's number of players enthused with a desire to win, and spurred on 'by ejac- ulations, smacking of national feeliag that are hurled at them from the side line, concentrate all their efforts up- on placing an inflated .ball betwron two posts, .there surely is somefch'ng doing along football lines. Such was the condition cf affairs upon the Syuare last evening The fact that formed a field, one thousand spectators human wall around the measure some er themselves sufficiently to feed the forwards. The other 'was the fact that the S. 0. E. forwards were lack- ing in weigb't.'.. Their p3ay was snappy and as accurate as that of the Scotch forwards, but in point of weight when it came to b.ucking up; against the Cal; lies' defence -they..lacked sadly. Another noticeable was. the tendency of either goalkeeper to rash out too far to check a-shot or dapture the ball. Repeatedly was- this done, and. it was only luck that saved the score' from piling up in either case more than once.. _ Then came, another of those famous rushes that must originally have found birth away over among the Scottish heather. Anyway, Moore secured the leather after a series of forward pass- es. Mclrityre rushes both clash and hit.the ball which, when the smoke had cleared away was seen to bft lyinfiT-nlafMrJIy 'the JUSSliSS of the goal net. This ended, scoring till, half In tne second spasnu. the S-. 0; E. tore into the strife with determination written upon their countenance .and evinced in their very actions. The play for this; half was quite even and the score indicates as; well as anything the character of the play. About fifteen minutes-- after the re- start the Callies were, penalized for a foul. Farxis.. took the kick and dropp- ed a bomb in dangerous latitude. Boss MINERS WIN BUSH LEAGUEGAME Regina Made Seven Er- ro-rs-Houston Struck Out Twelve Regina, Aug. hit more timely-and more often than Re- gina; in, last evening's game and'won bub .Houston in fine .fettle for Regina..aridr would, have mastered the Miners with, any .kind of sup- port. He struck out twelve men; while seven -errors were made- -be- hind 'himr AB R Corrigan, 4' 1 Mackin, 2b 3 1 Chick, ss........ 5 1 Zimmerman, If1 5" 1 c 5" 2 Dudley, rf 5 0 O'Hayer, lb- _____ 51 Oriet 5.1.2' 22 O' A 1 0' 4- 3" 3 3 2- 0 4 3' 10 0- o Grimes, 5 o 0 1 1' 42 8 AB R 'H The Q better Sheridan says that he is really in no condition to enter the contest, as he ihas not trained for months, so that he will 'work cut out for Mm if he desires to again carry off the honors. eleven lost. But their defeat was.no disgrace. To fight a manly battle and lose, if need be, graciously, is no dis- grace. At 6.45 sharp, the teams lined up I direction- with such stinging. force i'that though this worthy blocked i j partially, it scooted over his and rested in the nets a second time When .the cheers of the crowd had subsided the ball was in action" and fast travelling into- Callies'' territory. For the next few minutes the S. 0 E. had the better of the play. 'The forwards secured several shots, but in array of battle. Every muscle was these lacked force and precision. Two set. every face showed the effect of j features of S. 0. E. tactics were quite a nervous strain. At tne sound of; noticeable at this juncture. One was the'whistle the ball was shoved swift- the inability of the half back line to ly into S. O. E. territory for an off- side. The kick" was pounced' upon check tne heavy onslaughts of the Callies, and at the same time recov- blocked; ibut failed to. clfear effectively and Faunch is upon him instantly. He played for the man aind five seconds later the- the S. 0. E. SiUp- porters rend the smoky atmosphere as they see the Callies-' nets bulge un- der the influence of the shot. Next number do no: handle the near right kind. The Lethbridge Sporting Gdods :Go. PHONE 1032 412 ROUND fV GREAT GAME OF BALL OTHER W. C. L. GAMES SASKATOON WOJfc A CLOSE GAME Saskatoon 6 2 j.Moose Jaw 6 2 Referee "Bob" Wilson kept unsullied Gordon and Davidson: Samuels and his reputation as a fair and impartial official. Fully one thousand people witnessed the game. The following is the line ,up: JS. O. E. Goal Bliss. Umpire Houston. The Cigarette of Quality Mclntyre Farris Sarell Cliiswick Holberton Firth Backs Half backs Forwards j DELLAR KEEPS ON WINNING FOR EDMONTON Callies, j Edmonton 10 1 j Brandon 6 1 Boss j Dellar and Thelan and Cooper. Umpire Smith. 15c Per box of Ten (Cork Tips.) Fairbrother Faunch Willetts Erennan C. CMswick Crawford Anderson Glenn Smith Mcllvena Man- Page i COWPUNCHERS CORRAL ANOTHER FROM MAROONS Winnipeg 6 1 Calgary 7 3 Collins, Smith and Kreitz; Manning and Stanley. A great- game of hall was played, at the back of the red elevator Monday evening. .between the- Taylor MUlihg Co. and Ellison Milling Co.. .The: for- mer team won a four inning game by 9 to 6: The game was fast and, exciting and- -between spasms in, the dust storm they managed. to use" up The first umpire was rotten, and the-second worse.- ..'No names of., umpires are. mentioned: in this Connie 'Mack .and. Co-v miskey ;were' .both on the ground and took a great fancy to Leonard -Green. There was.a- rumor afloat that Connie. Mack was trying to buy this man f6r. major league ball; but the Ellison people refused his release. Some de- lay game be-, ing stopped to -allow the Taylor Mill- ing-Co. short stop to cut -a few teeth." j, hut after the. little stoppage the game continued fast and furious. After the dust storm- quietened down it was found that the Ellison 'Milling Co.'s star men had1 been.fanned.out owing to- the umpire's eye being full of dust The Taylor Milling Co. are..tied with the Ellison Co. for first place in the. league and -are just five .bags of flour short of the pennant STEWARDS GIVE UP RACING AT SHEEPSHEAD BAY New York, Aug. official confirmation is'lacking it was said on good authority tonight that the Jockey Club stewards had practically decided to end racing in the state 'by Sept. 1st. To carry out She program the last dates in athe Coney Jockey Club at Sheepshead cluding the rich futurity would' be transferred to Saratoga. Moore Weymss Oliver Reserves: Hawkins and "While. Linesmen: Mullen a-nd Walker. Referee: Wilson. RUPTURE MR. A. CLAVERIE Is At The CASTLE HOTEL TO-DAY (Wednesday) From 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and from 6 to 9- p.m. AND TOMORROW from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. DON'T FAIL TO.GO AND SEE HIM IT IS THE- CHANCE OF YOUR LIFE. The name: of Mr. A. Claverie is known on both continents. In the treatment of Rupture the re- sults obtained by Mr. A. Claverie are positively marvellous. The Method and Apparatus of Mr. A. Claverie have created enthusiasm -421 i in the ranks of medical profession as .389'well as with patients. 316.' You will recover IMMEDIATELY 'noo ithe STRENGTH and suppleness of youth you will be able to work WITH- JOUT PAIN OR FEAR and you will Jack Meyers, the Indian catcher feel a DELICIOUS RELIEF, a com- e comfort which will enable you to WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE STANDING Won Lost Calgary 17 b'dmonton 14 Saskatoon S Lethbridge 10 Brandon o Moose Jaw 7 Winnipeg 6 Regina........... 4 9 11 11 13 14 P. C. .000 .737 .533 .526 HEARD AFTER THE CALLIE SONS OF ENGLAND Had little Stephenson been on the job the score would have been two less They've won the City League. We'll! under Russ Hal1 %vith ISv'lrfT win the Wright Charity Shield. I Soon your complete cure will be- It looked pretty even in the second half. Boss is "some" goalkeeper. That running shot of Oliver's for his second score was the best ever witnessed on Gait Square. The Callies outclassed the S.O.E. i in point of weight. We were lucky to come out alive. The next big Callies vs. the rest of Lethbridge. Those Scotchmen can't be beat. i IT f t draw his hot cakes as a member of jcome fact freeing you the Giants, and in addition is doing forever of your dangerous infirmity, most of the receiving for McGraw's team. Meyers is a protege of Mc- Graw's. He makes had breaks ev- ery so often, but he can bang the ball heard, and his long hits have j brought in many a run for the Giants. Outside of murders, lynchings, sui- "Don't believe all this bunk you read about the Cubs' inside says third baseman Casey, tie former Chicago player. "Evers and Tinker have just one sign, and that cides, highway robbery, embezzlement I tips off which one will cover second and a few hundred thousand people Jon a possible hit and run. This stuS going broke, the Reno fight did no about working with the pitcher, is harm to speak of. I pure bunk." Nearly one MILLION PATIENTS all over the world and specially in Can- ada, have recovered HEALTH and: PEACE through the Method and Ap- paratus of Mr. A, Claverie. There are many men and women our district who will want to do like- wise. They will go and see Mr. A. Claverie and thus secure SAFETY, SELF-RE- LIANCE and ALL ADVICE GIVEN FREE. ABDOMINAL BELTS FOR WOMEN AND MEN. ELASTIC STOCKINGS. APPLIANCES FOR WEAKNESS AND DEFORMITIES- OF LIMBS AND BACK. THE ONLY ONES OF THEIR KINO IN THE WORLD.