Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
TTtfi LEUffBRTDGE DAILY HERALD August 17, 1912. ALL THK LtmAU AND WOBLB't TABER BASEBALL TEAM GAMES IN THE i BIGLEAfiUES National Glin'ti Deflated Chicago, Aug. pitching In fino .form. Now York de- Chicago, 7 to -I, today, niid. ev- ened up tho The >mmng in the uiQm Inning 'by a score of 9 to S New "iork scored their winning run in the ninth on9 Zinu s double Sim raons' infield out, and a passed ball I TONY, 12640, C.K.C., S.B, FROM THE DOMBROUS tfl MED1CIN HAT The dog show at the fair this year will be a. next' and feature attraction The Lethbrldge Kennel Club have spared no pains tol.make the show a com plete success. Prize dogs will be here from all of the west and th entry list Is a large one, with numerous, local canines ti'ntei'ed. Allen and Bay ley t Come Together Again Calgary, Aug: looks as thoug he lid will be raised on the tig ame 'in Calgary, although no encou ers will be pulled off within the cl mits. Billy Allen will meet Joe Bayley, th of the Canadian ligl 'eight" championship, September 4t 'he bout will be held in a new. aren rhlch will accommodate fifteen thou nd people, and is beiug built at C eear, just outside of Arrangements, were ye erday with- owners of the proper nd syndicate composed of Calgar en will .the arena, whlc ill -be a' permanent affair. Tommy -Burns is the official pr oter of the club. Billy Allen has been training In O ,wa ever since the battle with Baj y in which he lost the tltle.'and wi rrive in -Calgary, some eek. J Joe Bajley too, has not let up i training and if be IB defending hib newly acquired title 11 be gl-ven a chance at some o good lightweights Great Indian Athlete Aug. the Burns' Cup for which the variously Kocber. people" aVe-looking forward to the big teams in the Southern Alberta Pass A sensational, catch .by Josh Moore smoker to be Ue'a in the near mture j Football League competing is Athletics Climbing Up a i'eature of the game. Ion a very auspicious occasion. 'For FOR SPEED are sntr dule st.ll coming to HUlcrest Although there Philadelphia Aus Ifl-Philadel on en ammg unplaced Hill l jj.g runs after crest placed all their games and inning on a Dasg to to dave have lost lewer points than and singles by Banj, Oldrlug Col imr..other., team, in the league, win- Una-and Baker. niag, or being awarded, all the games played ,with the exception of two, one of a tie game. tThe are proud-of the fact that'Hillcrest is the only team in the league that lias not been n up in pro tests, neither protesting any games themselves nor having any orotests International Newark Finished Well Newark, Aug. Bell driven to cover after two inningi by the Royals at Newark today, the lab ter getting a lead of four runs. Enz was Bell> and the scoring against them No .mail The came from put m amount of praise is due to the exe cutive and players of the club for the 'took'the "game, way in which they have gone through 'the season. They started'out in the spring with the name of. being the roughest playing team in the Pass, behind, and by steady offensive work Providence Poor on Bases Providence, Aug. Covlngton's wildness gave Buffalo more than half reports of their rough plaj hemg of its runs toda'' pitched B nil thr. star ball all the way, and was fault- lessly supported. Th-s locals showed a lot of poor work on the 'bases." Buf- falo won by a score of 5 to 0, and even the papers Thi reputation was lost early in the sea and. these reports proved to be j false and the club defies any one'to, show nheren the team has even one rough game this season, j There is lii-tle probability of pennaaf race today by taking Iwth challenge being taken, up, tor with one the field have foeen commendable. The present all around title holder U a unassuming fellow, who oudnrance. No matter how strenuous is a football battle, Thorpe always has something in reserve which he uses to good ad- yantRge whenever ho IB -put to tho task. Coach Glen Warner, who has been reBponslble for the the Carlisle elevens for the last six years, last year said never hat! anything to do "with a person who was a willing and conscientious work- er' an Thorpe, fTread M 'ftly .___ .Step safely. CATS PAW HR SOUS Enbody tfce patenrbtHejtures of Cats Paw Y.Weels. NO AQUATIC SPOFSTS AT LAKE UE.XT WEEK Regular Weekly Prog 'Wimmc Called Off. on Account of'.'J'he Fair At a meeting of thei.U A. A. ou Thursday was! ilecided not to hold a programme of spi.'rts at the lake next, II being Fair week. Members are 'requested toi, attend a meeting at' Room No.'. 7, ".H'ftll, Block, on 26, at ;U30 p.ni., when a matter of will discussed. Entries i'cr.the prcgramme of .sports on Wednesday evening, Aug. will also be received. PLAY FOR MANN 1 CUP IN SEPTEIlW _____t J i Winnipeg Team Will ''til.'he Coast In'Quojt of Emblem Vancouvei Aug Ib of he Vancomei Athletlr-'Club lacrosse earn Tioiders of the Alinn Cup ll1 night wired P T Lail) chaiiman ij' he board of trustees to the effec coast schedule will not toe fin shed until Septembi vill be impossible to stiggei the, Winnipeg challengers unt hen Vancouver must win two airies to hold the it is alto .likely that if 'successful inning they will offer matches eptemher 7 and .14; These dates 'wil Iso be agreeable to Victoria, shoul e Capitals win the championship. The suggested dates .sent to the 'UBtess prove acceptable to the-loca lanagement, although they are some hat earlier expected. lule will not toe fin 4 her 2 and that it j to suggest date I LETHBRIDCE No. t ..NorioerirVi No 2 Nc-iihern'j' No J horlhern I Jvo 5 No 1 Minn n H .No Albertu Hod ;No. 3 Alberto Ilbd1- 4. Alberta'Red': No. 5. AlbertaikRed Bran, per Ian Shorts per ton Oats pci Ion sa Led Rolled Oats j Vegetable? New Potatoes. Beets, per 11) Oartols peilb Onions, per .Ib. Turnips, per Ib per Ib 0.82 0.77 -O.lil 0.46 0.7f 0.73 O.Gl 0.41) 21.00 23.00 20.00 27.00 OJJ ,02j ,031 WINNIPEG MARKET I Winnipeg. Aug. ni-rfl'here were further advances in the' option market both on American and ex- changes. The are- piobably due to buying by shorts, rather than any material change in the crop situation. Today was. h'oVever, cloudy or.raining over the great part of tho Canadian West There was a general weakening at the close, ceipte were firm with 117 cari in 31-ected and 80 in sight tor Inspection. Oats and flax were 'both stronger'.'knd advanced. Cable closed to 'K higher. CHICAGO WHEAT MARKETi Chicago, III., Aug. ,'fqlt iie force of small offerings and .pros !Cte oC rainy weather. Tho start is from H to1 94 higher. Commis- ion selling of considerable volume ased off prices later.- ned.-% to un. uletod at December a'drance'd the outset to at and 11 away to yesterday's cloning point, Strong demand for oats'jgavo firm one -to.- the start, but grilling sellers fell off Ightly.. to gherr, at and Tested soon 'forward at BIRKENHEAD MARKET Liverpool Aug Rogartift D Liverpool cable toda) that the IrkenhMd market weaker ow g to the continual influx of Irish (tie and there was re Uction In price? TCanadiaus ere are maWng froin Mtf uts per pound CYPRIAN'S DEFEAT ST. MARY'S 2 TO In the final game of the churct ague last night St. Cyprian's defeat St. Mary's by.2 goals to 1. The .me was closely contested through t, St. Cyprian's scoring the winning in the last minute of the match Cyprian's now tie with Westmin er for the shield, and a good game promised when these two meet for ssession of the trophy. OTTAWA OARSMEN COMES WEST OKawa, Aug. .Tol- ls, one of Ottawa's best oarsmen, loft todny for Balttcdord, hit future rwMence. Admirers presented him with a gold.fctMlfld umbrella and ten- taed kiv t ftnwell banquet. THERE'S SOME HASTE necessary if you want our Elite Special cigars. They are BO well liked 'that they are going..with a rush. Better buy now if you de- sire to.get a clg, your taste and pocket tell how long they'll last. Anything you're likely to call for In the tobacco Hue and utensils for us- ing especially. Elite Cigar Store PHONE 1318..... Weekly Market Letter.: Supplied by Rice Whaley, Winnipeg) Receipts for the past 19, calves 2C9, hogs 2152, sheep 18-10. The supply of cattle hue the hrst IK-O of thifi was nail and the trade quite" "aclivt or 15 cars being taken by, eastern shippur which acted as A stitoaulant to the trade.. On Jlonday we sold ieven c-irs of western cat tit t averaging from IGoO to 1100 Ihs at S610 I Ins is the top of the madYi't for the week and coniirierably more than thev would have brought had 11 ey been here either yesterday or tothiy- Wednesday and today there was big run, the majority of tho cattle A eing mostly common to medi- um The trade was very togm i nd 25 lo 10 bought the bulk of 'the best butcher ;cattle .on sale tlio medium kinds selling 'rom to and Uie common grades "f.iom to A few extra choiie cattle sold around iut there I eio few good enough o bring UVs price last .-two. The denia.ld tliis week for stockcrr and feeders ,i as been keener and some in prices has hetn noted the best on sale going from M.35 to with a the real nreedv Lifeht stockcr- old ind up to t U 60 rom to M.25- quote as follows, dehverel, :nd watered Itest milkers at.d, pringers, to S65.00 com'.non io medium mia ers and springers, 3000 10 best butcher steers nd heifois, >0> to 75 fair lo ood-.butcher and o 00 butt her steers and tellers, DO1 H 21 good to hoice butcher S4 25 nedium cows and 50 to You have tried the rest, i Now smoke the Ml PERU M.cic In Lethbridge; -it all DICKER WHEATCROFT Manufacturers g. Phone 1759 Watch ill make them the lair 4.00; common cov.iii, "to J3.00; -it hulls, <3.75 to .fcl.OM common to- medium Iijills, to stockers anil J4I25 to light stoclicrs, jto tl.OO. The hog market' is liolding up well, choice hogsj cpnt liiMiiigvto sell at 0 cents. Rough light pigs arc of course, cuV- quite liberal- ly. We.do not espect sec much change next week.: i Sheep and liimh marl kit Is a little- easier, (he best, lambs milling from' SB.80. to, with thei. best sheep from to lies'6 veals to 7.23, common and to J5.00.