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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, August 13, JJ912 ALL THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOST EVENTS TABER DOUBLED SCORE ON LETHBRIDGE NINE Never Had .a "Look-in" With the Champions Last Night PUNK GAME OE BALL It's fine business to get what you Mk The Lethbridge Ball club In- vited the Brewery Cup 'winners to try conoluBiens in au after-season game Sere ..list -night, and the local nine very willingly accommodated by Tiber, -wfco took advantage of the oc- ttflm to land a beautiful parting in a. fitting finishing touch for the sufion of 1912. A fan last nigit 'afrtr the game remarked cas- ually: Well, the boys aaked for it, and-UMT lot U." They surely did, to the of 8 to 4. iris represented by _____t hid no lieenje in t woiMrto "Spud" Mutter, ot Macleod, wu advertised to pttak-te-ttie hut located it was a jttttng tflp Jack CorrigaD, who advertised to ca> ort in a unMorm, fas on a fishing trip, too Joih Moore Pitched Foore dished up the slants for the lorne team in the absence of llr Uurjij H" got bj with his as- wtauwt success, consider- ing t'aemoport, wHch was not punc- tured so very often, -but it-Was cer- tainly wantin? in speed and skill, and it a considerable discount in comparison with the opposition. Ta- ber contributed three errors, while tethbridge bad onl< iso, nut the visi- tors took more chances, ered -more ground, and fielded faster. McComn Tumi Up Again McComas, who the slab work for Taber last vear, was in the box for the first time this season against Letblridge, and he had little trouble in di posing of fill who faced him. He allowed sit bits half of. of the scralch lanetv Muore allowed twelve, a number of them being scratches, too Cimpbell The mogul hitter of the game was Bhortstoii Campbell of Taber. He tripled and hit a home rua ouf of three times home .rim went for naught, bp failed to touch naccsnd aad was called out, but be ficorrd a runner ahead of him. He aleo fWded great speed, assist- ing ia four hard put-outs. Tubvr Got Awiy Good .Taber a-run rigbt-off-the rael The three men up singled, Leper fcaing the only one of Ho ia go the route, Orr and Campbell were shot stealing oases Pour hits and an four, more in the fifth tor the visitors, three hits brought more in the sixth and two hits orer another tally in the eifhth made their first two in .the fifth, on a hit, two char- ities and an -ernr. Two errors, a Talk and .a hit allowed them two more in the neat inning. That was all for them. The game was.called in the eighth on account of deritnesa. This was the finest display.of judgment the two of- ficials used in the whole game. It .wan a listless performance, and was TpKriXculaTiy characterized by bum incompetent umpiring. Sellens and Anderson were the officials. The box score: AB R H POA E Orr, It........... .112101 Leper, 3b.......... 422030 Campbell, ss 4 0 3 1 4 1 Judson, 2b 3 0 0-12 0 iR. Lee, Ib 3 1 I 11 01 A. Lee, c......... 4 1 0 0 Farrar, of 421.000 Duggan, rf........ 411000 300010 33 8 12 24 10 3 AB H H PO A E Evans, 2b 3 1 0 3 40 Pullej, c .300520 G. Moore, 3b 40 1 1 0 0 Seidenbacher, ss 3 0 1 S 2 0 nixon, ct 402101 Green, If 110201 Meyers, Ib -I 1 0 9 0! 0 Wriggleiaortii, rf. 1 1 1 0 0 0 J Moore, p 4 0 1 0 6 0 i 31 4 6 24 13 2 Summary: Struck out, by McComas by, Moore 5; bases on balls, off Me- Comae 4, off Moore 2; hit, by Mc- Comas 1; Sybase hit, Campbell; home fun, Campbell (called out for not touching second stolen buses, Taber 2, Lethbridge 2; time of game, 1.50; umpires, Sellens and Anderson. Score by. Innings: Taher THE UMPIRING LAST NIGHT WAS A JOKE CANADIAN BOAT TOOK SECOND HEAT Chicago, Aug. the C n ndiiin challenger for the Richardson trophy, emblematic of the sailing yaoht championship of the (ireat Lakes, today won race of the series of five with Jllchlcago, the American thirty-foot sloop. Kaoh yacht now has one race to Its credit, Mich- icago having been the victor Sunday, j The race was three laps around a' a triangle of about three miles. The Patricia was better handled cross- ed the finish line in The Mi- Chicago's time was GQULD1NG YACHTS EVENLY MATCHED Canidian and American Boat in Final Race Today Chicago, Aug. one race each to credit, the sloops Michi- cago aJid: Patricia, today faced the starter in the third of. five contests for the international championship o-f the Great Lakes. The weather was clear with a slight but freshening breeze 'blowing. Both skippers predicted fast time would be raade. Considering the length of the course, eighteen miles, it is gener- ally conceded that the two yachts tiave proved themselves almost evenly matched. The Michicago won the first event last Saturday by 22 sec- onds, and the Patricia took the second yesterday by a margin of one-minute and thirty-four seconds. BULLETINS LETHBRIDGE CRICKET CLUB A match will be played .between the Hy club and Mr. McCHnton's XI. to- morrow, Wednesday, on the Police Barracks jrouud, at three o'clock. following are selected to play for the City team up to the time of going to press: Pott, Hings, Aitken, Callan, New- ton, Begg, Holt, Dr. Stew- art and Mclllvena, It Is requested that both teams be on the ground at three sharp. St. Cyprians Defeated Cavanagh Swifts Last Night The Cavanagh Swifts played Saint Cyprian's on the tatter's ground last night, the Saints winning, 2 to 1. Cap- tain Karris won the toss and the game started off -with some fine combina- tion by the Swifts' forwards, who took the leather to the Saints goal mouth, but their goalkeeper cleared with a splendid kick. The game was fast and exciting, the ball being taken in- to each other's territory in quick suc- cession, and with a flue rush Saint Cyprian's scored their first goal. After half time the Swifts had the better of the ganie, but one of the Saints, steering by the Southern star, scored another goal.' Then with great determination the Swifts.took the ball up the field and finally scored. The game ended 2-1 in favor of the Saints, but a tie would have seemed fairer In the eyes.of both teams. National Wagner's Sensational Fielding Brooklyn, AUK- gave out 'In the sovontli liming loclay when HUabHrg' found hjin .for five hits and four runs. Two stops and throws by OttUhuw and work of Was- nor at akiirt, including one-handed catch wore features. Wheat hit over right .field for a homer with Uaubert on first. Reds Win Battle Philadelphia. Aug. WCKI a pitchers' battle between Froiumo and Hlxey here today, 2 to latter, weakening in the eighth and ninth innings. In the ninth with men on third mid second and one out, Alexander went In to pitch and Phe- ian's sacriiice fly scored Hoblir.'cll with the winning run. POSTPONED AGAIN Oldfield Auto Races Held Over for the Fair-Tuesday the New Date Set CATCHER CASH Corniskey Pays Record Price for Young Backstop The sum of for a 20-year-old catcher who was just a greeu bush leaguer a year ago! Charles A. Com- iskey, presidenrof the Chicago White Sox, has paid this amount for Schalk, the sensational catcher of the Mil- waukee American association club. Last year Schalk was a bench warm-' er a greater part of the campaign for the Milwaukee club used him in less than 30 games. But early this season Schalk began to catch wonderful ball with the result that major league scouts flocked "to .Milwaukee to look him over. At least five major league clubs were advised to buy the young catcher, but when the Milwaukee club was asked to set a price the figures were so high negotiations ceased. The club wanted in cash, but finally took Oomiskey's 000 cash offsr, SKATING RINK AT BLAIRMORE Blairmora, Aug. association has been formed in Blair'niore for the purpose of' building a skating rink, and the necessary land -purchased from W. A. Beebe. Plans are being drawn for the. new rink, provide for walls strong, enough to support a roof, which will be added later on. The plans include a balcony for a hand, as well as, spacious seating ac- commodation'for spectators. .The ice rink will be as large as any rink in the Crow's Nest Pass, and the work of construction'will commence imme- diately. George Goulding, who won for Canada the walking honors of the world at the Stockholm Olympic games; his wife and the baby son that arrived at his home during his absence In Sweden. Goulding hai named'the young- ster "George Beverley Olympic Goulding." Again the date for Barney Oldfleld's exhibition of fast auto driving has been postponed, instead of, tomorrow afternoon, Oldfield and his two partners, "Wild" Bill Fritch and Lou Hlriemann, will be icen at the exhibition race .track, next Tuesday'afternoon, the second day of the fair. The date haa been brought about by action of the Exhib- ition who fail to see their way olear in allowing Oldfield to use the track so close to fair time. They have divers .reasons to advance why it would he an Interference to the fair if the races come off tomorrow, and have made arrangements with Oldfleld's manager, Orvllle A. Hunt, to have the races run as a feature.attraction August 20. WARNER CONFIDENT OF THEIR PROTEST BEING SUSTAINED Warner, Alta., Aug. repre- sentative of tho Herald visiting War- ner todE.y, bad an interview with C. 13. Laing, manager of the AVarner ball .team. He asked with .regard to the protest which has been filed through the secretary of the South- ern division of tills league. Mr.'Laing answered that the Warner team had no thought of withdrawing, but that, on the other hand, the team is .prac- tising, and all preparations are being made for another-game Ta- ber boys. W. McD. Tail, the secre- tary o-i the league, stated to the same representative, that the Southern div- ision was just waiting for a notice from the Northern division of a meet- ing which he anticipates will be held In Lethbridge for the discussion of the protest. In the protest Manager Laing was of the opinion that a strong case could be made out for 'the Southern division, and hinted that evidence could be introduced that would make th-e protest an easy .one for the South- ern division. PALM A TROPH'V SHOOT WILL 'BE AT OTTAWA .Ottawa, Aug. 14 has been decided on as the date for the Palnrn Trophy match between Canad- ian and United States teams. The contest will take place at Ottawa. Good Program of Aquatic Sports at Lake The Lethbridge Aquatic association lave prepared an excellent program or tomorrow evening at the lake ,ind i it is carried out properly a line evening's entertainment is offered the public free of charge. The .associa- tion is well organized now and Com- modore Mclnenly promises everything will be in first-rate order to ensure the' program being successfully car- ried out. The following is the pro- gram which will commence at seven o'clock sharp 1. 200 Yard Wood, E. Thompson, J. Gallon. 2. Tail End Canoe Wood, Wade. Swimming Race, J 6 years and under, 75 4.: Canoe Tilting-iWadc and 'Kid- path, Crawford and Smith, Wood and Barmwinan. ,5. Long Divc-W. H. Conihear, H. Wood, II. D. Donaldson and Gal- lon. 6. Ladies', Gents' Tandem Canoe 7. Porpoifie Race 25 Thompson. ;i Walking Greasy Po 0. Single .Canoo, Race Crawford. 10. ;Canoe .Race, Th Crawford, captains. J-U .Cnuftn Conibear, BIG LEAGUE FIGURES What the latest Compiled Have to Say of the Stars O 4 Eddie Mensor, the player sold Portland to the Pirates this season for has been setting the Na- tional league on lire with his hitting and at present Is third on 'the list of leading batters with a mark of .370. Heinle Zimmerman, the clean-up hit: ter of the Cubs, Is the real leader of th-3 league, although he is overshad- owed in the averages by Burns, the Giants' emergency hitter. Since Marn.uard won his straight he has lost live and won three, but still has a 15 point lead over Richie of Chicago. Since Ty Cobb. struck his gait in the American there -has been no chango in the batting leader, the Tig- er alar going further to the front every 'week. Eddie Plank has again regained the pitching honors of the American league, and with his percentage of .841 leads "Iron Man" Joe. Woods by 2 points. WOLGAST AND McFARLAND Chicago, Aug. Wolgast and Packey Mcfarland will meet in a ten- round bout under the auspices of tho club in Madison Square Garden, in Now York, according to word tecoiv- ed by tho Eastern club at Cadillac, .Mich. Both mien ii.ro to weigh 135 at 3 o'clock: dale has not beeu de- GAMES IN THE BIG LEAGUES St. Louie Beat.New York Now York, Aug. Nov.- Vorl; National league club raised it-.; 191 i pennant at the Polo grounds todyy. bnl it tailed to bring nny luck as St. Uiuis won the .game by u 'score of 8 to R. A parade preceded: the game anil John Purroy -Mitchell, president ot lha board of aldermen, officiated at the flag raising ceremonies for the city of. New York. Ames was knocked out of the box In two innings Mathewson allow- ed St. Louis the' winning run after New York tied the sco'ro in the fourth. Harmon was easy for tho champions, but, they couldn't do anything with Sallee, only one "scratch hit being made off him in the last five innings. Unruly Players Penalized Boston, Aug. won an- other hard hitting contest from Bos- ton today, 10 to 7. Loose fielding by the braves netted, three Chicago runs iti the ninth, lless, pitched good ball and should have won. Bvers was out of the game today'under a five days' suspension for his run-in with Um- pire Pinneran Saturday. Zimmerman was fined JoO1 for tho same offence, it was announced. American Cleveland Won Cleveland, Aug. de- feated Chicago today 3 to 1, bunching Bits off. Walsh in the fourth. Baker's single' drove in the last two. International Toronto.6, Providence 1. Toronto Providence 3. Baltimore 8, Buffalo 7. Baltimore 4, Buffalo 3 Association Columbus 2, Minneapolis 0. Milwaukee 2, Toledo 0. Indianapolis 2, Kansas City 1. Northwestern Seattle'10, Vancouver S. Portland E, Spokane 2. Tacoma 2. Canadian Berlin 2, Hamilton 1. Hamilton 3, Berlin 2. P.eterboro 9, London 7. Peterboro fi, London 4. Guelph 5, Brantlorfl 2.' St. Thomas 2, Ottawa 0. Ottawa 4, St. Tliomas 2. CRICKET AT .CAPITAL Ottawa and New York Veterans to Play Match Ottawa, Aug. Ottawa and New York veteran cricketers opened .-L two-day match at-the Rideau Hall grounds this afternoon. The visitors went, to bat first, and put up a total of 201 runs before they 'were finally retired. The Ottawas went in shortly before sundown and scored three runs with- out' loss. THERE'S SOME HASTE necessary if you want our Elite Special cigars. They are so well liked that they are going with a rush. Better buy now if you de- sire to got a cig- ar 'that suits your taste and pocket tell how long they'll last. Anything you're likely to call for in the tobacco line and utensils for us- ing especially. Elite Cigar Store PHONE 1318 NOTICE Ml Peril Ynd Alberta Cigars are made in Lethbrldge, from the 'finest imported Scat tobacco, by Onion We do not ask you to smoke these cigars because they are-- made in Lethpridge, but try them for that reason and be con- vinced of tholr.good qualities. Sold by all leading hotels and cigar storei. DICKKR WHEATCROFT Manufacture Phone 17S9 Witch make them the fair MARKETS LETHBRIDOE Conditions on Utc local marktit con- tlmio to re.inaiu somewhat Vo- getuble quotations which are tihose .quoted as between wholesaler riiil re- tailer, show slight declines lit the price of breks, cawoLs and turiiips. No. 1 Nortnern......... j. No. 2'Northern ,.........j.. 0.82 No. 3 0.71 No. 4 No. 5...................i... 0.48 ita. 1 Alberta Red........j.. 0.77 No. 2 j., 0.75 No. a Alberta lied j., 0.7.1 Alberto Red........j.. O.IU No. 5 Alberto Bran, por 21.00 Shorts, per ton........... 23.00 Data, per ton, sacked 26.00 Rolled Oats ___I............j. 27.00 VcgeUblo: Wen- potatoes, per .02 Beets, per Ib.......'................i. .02V Carrels, perlli............. .......J.. .02J- Onions, per Ib, .03.V Turnips, per Ib. ...............j... .01 Butter and Eggs: j Dairy butter 0.20 Creamery butter 4 0.28 KESS, fresh................L... 0.30 Cattle on the Hunt: Steers, per pound Cows, per pound Cows, dressed, per pound Steers, dressed, per pound, .12 Sheep: Lire, per cwt. .1.. 6.00 Dressed, yet owt J. ll.ile Poultry: I Geese, 0.14 Turkeys j. 0.2J Live spring chickens, 0.20 0.15 Ducks -----..____< Hosi: i Dressed, per Ib. 0.11 Live, Hldej: Green, per Ib. '0.08 to 0.0054 0.10 to 0.15 Sheep pelt, each 0.25 to 0.75 Lamb skins, each ._ 0.25 ...j.... 15 to 20 Horse hides, 1.00 to 2.00 Horse hides, 1.00 to 1.78 WINNIPEG GRAIN MARKET 1 Winnipeg, Man., Aug. 13. The market was fairly active and decided- ly stronger today; due to the'strong export situation and cash enquiry. Offerings wore Jight and stocks low. Threshing retnrtns from Dakota allow big yields. Hanvest Is in fiiil swing in southwestern Manitoba, and ESte- van, Yellowgrass aind Nocth Portal. The Canadian crop- in the "West is considered practically safe.; Oats were stronger and advanced. Flax advanced at the close. Re- ceipts were moderate: 182 cars being inspected and 85 in sight. The opening and closing prices were as follows: Wheats Open Close ..____. 91% 92% 88% 89% October.......... 33% Flax- October ...I- Wl 157la Closing Caih-'PricM No. 1 Northern......'..: No. 2 Northern No. 3 Northern No. 4 No. 5 No. 0 Feed t No. 2 C. W........-...-... No. 3 0. Ex. No. 1 Peed............ No. 1 Peed.....' No. 2 Peed............... No. 3.................... Rejected Feed No. 1 Rejected............... Minneapolis Wheat Open September........ sp- 92 M May............ Chicago Wheit September........ 92% December May............. 100% 86 Vi 69 56 !i BO 44 44 168 159 80% CIIICACIO WHEAT .MARKET Chicago, 111., 'Aug. 13. Weather conditions conducive to large har- vests in the North-Wcsl to a great extent, governed the wheat market at the opening today and ollsct some- what stronger cables. Trading was light at the start, and kept within narrow limits. Demands for cash grain was looked on as a deterrent to bearish developments. Opening prices were unchanged to lower. December started at' 33j- io 5, down to S2c. and quieted at 92J and .x. Oats followed ihc course ol the major grain and trading was light. Opening figures were lc. lower to 40. Wgher. December started unchanged to a shade lower at 32ic. to Jc. and rested at 32ic. ;