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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ALL THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOBEM08T EVENTS TORONTOS HAVE CINCH h ON THEUULJ. HONORS VANCOUVER HELPLESS WITHOUT LALONDE Ahead of Royals When Peerless Home Player was Knocked Out of Gathered Up Three Goals and Won 5 to 4 BAYLEY WILL HAVE HARD MAN TO BEA Vancouver. Aug. Mtato Cup is as good as gone from Van- couver 'lifter SntunUy's defeat of the champions by minister1 when the latter team hos'ed but with' a close finish of five' to four. Vancouver would have to win all of the next to get an eveii break with and this is hardly pos- sible. Vancouver had the game sewed Bt the eud of the third quarter when the score Blood at four to two agalnsi But, before the call ot time at three qaarteia, Newsy La- Jondo was put out by Hughie Gilford, ivho two weeks ago had got a pretty hard Jolt from Lalonde. Newsy. hJs-face streaming with, blood, was carried from the field and thereafter Westminster took a new lease of life that they not only evened up the .score, but got one ahead. Vancouver Jost tlie game through lack 01. t eralshlp; Lalonde is the keystone of the him Vancouver homo and without their .play IE- Ineffective. When, .Laloade .went out, Vancou- vpr'a play.became.loose ater quickly scored two by care- less defence 'tec-tics on ..the part of Vancouver, There was .still three minutes to play when Weatuiiustei scored tho deciding goal and Instantly the game changed to one of absolute- defence, every Roval City1 player massed in froct of. Bun Clark, whc had played a great game all after- Pat Scott, of Seattle, to Mix With Cat nadian Champ at Victoria Victoria, Aug. Uuyley, 1 weight champion'of Canada, will mee Pat Scott, of Seattte, in u fifteei round bout ut the 'Arena rink here o Tuesday night. Accommodation hit been provided for 5.000 spectators. Scott fought a twenty-round with Uayley some months ago Prince Rupert, and is the only i whom Bayley has failed to dofea since the latter entered the profes sioisul ranks. HOSMER WINNERS IN MUTZ GUP SEMI- FINAL jipon. .Vancouver not have n chance to break through. Similar tac- tics by Vancouver when the score atood 4 to 2 would probably have re- sulted in a victory for the cupholders. A police court charge of assault was laid against Glfford but later was with- drawn. Kavaiiaugii handled the game in splendid style. The penal- ties handed out aggregated forty min- utes, but with the exception of ihe Glfford. incident, the fouls were not serious. Glffo'rd was given twenty minutes, BOUT AT COLEMAN LASTED LESS THAN A MINUTE Coleman, Aug. much-adver tised fifteen-round boxing bout be tween Jamas Burrows and Thomas Tapella for tha middleweight cham plonship of; tha Crow's Nest Pass, wag pulled off at the Blairmore Opera House, on.Saturday night, and it is safe to say the next affair of the kind arranged at Blairmore, will have slim attendance. The "bout" lasted jast 56 seconds. After a little "spar- ring, an overhand blo'w to the chin put Tapalla to sleep, .f ap- ella took the count and then some, it being fully two minutes before he got groggily to. his feet. There was a Jairly good crowd in attendance, and the "promoters" picked up a Ht- .tie bunch of easy AMERICAN LAWN TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIP TODA SIFTQrS JUMPER IS MAKER OF A NEW MARK Coboiirg. Aug. esciie- ment prevailed at tlie Cobourg Horse Show on Saturday afternoon, when it was .announced Confidence. Hon. Clifford Sifton's bay gelding, 'whlc won so many laurels at the Olympl show, London, England, had beaten the world's record of 7 feet 10 Inches by taking the hurdles at 7 feet 10 Inches. Mr. Hamilton rode Slfton lorse." Sky Scraper was second. The horse md owner 'Were wildly cheered. FAST GAME HOSMER WAS LUCKY TO WIN-SCORE. 2 TO 1 Hosmer, Aug. met Hos- mer in the semi-final for the Mutz Cup, at Hosmer ground, on Saturday last; when the former team went down to defeat, 2 goals to L Hosmer seemed to, have the advantage from the commencement of the ganla, uml kept the ball around the Penile goal most of the time; in the matter of combination the Fernie Boys, per; haps, "had the advantage. In fact tho play of their forward line deserved to meet with bettor success than fell to their lot.. The Hosmer backs also showed good combination, hilt lacked length in getting the ball away. Per- haps 'the best display of all round steadiness was shown by Alf. Rice, at half-back, who made good every Gruelling Game in Which the Winners Displayed Greater Staying Power Than Player Hit in Head With Pop Bottle Montreal, Aug. a fluid rim nil'd by hostile spectators, kept Iron surging over (lie playing area only by the most vigorous cfiorts on tlie part, of tho police, tho Toronto lacrosse :cam today gave 3- great exhibition of staying powers and defeated the Na- tionals in overtime'by a score of 7 to thus taking a straugle-liold on the championship of the Dominion ifsse Union. The visitors won because they had nore left in them at the, finish ol four ruelling periods, than the locals, hut ds, poor gener.ilship on the part t was f the Toronto leaders ated overtime. that necessi- constantly hunched, about .Toronto's] nets aud_two of their shots in iho third quarter went in, tlie. fourth quarter being scoreless, but in the twenty minutes' oyoiiime the Ulub Shirts 'romped away will Ilic gimie. Thn victory, however, was not al- bgcther lor in the over- time thn Nationals were minus three (GAMES0THE Bill LEAGUES of their best men. Gauthier-s weak leg went back on liim in the third period, "Dassault hart iis shoulder .dislocated when he 'was lenvily cross-checked and Decade had lis head cut open by a bottle, aimed by an enraged spectator at Relerec Jclntyrc. The. police arrested a young. National i Close i Cornwall, Ont., Aug. ad no-trouble disposing of the-Sham- ocks today, the league leaders de- eating the tail-enders by a score of 6 to-3. The Irish got> the first goal and held their own pretty well until the end of the first quarter which end- ed with the score 1-all, but after that the locals scored almost at will. It was uninteresting lacrosse but the! crowd enjoyed it. OGKEY THROWN; AND KILLED IN RACE If you take up your position close to the fence durlnfl the auto racM tomorrow.-' afternoon at the .Exhibition track', you are flirting with death. Buj-ney Oldfleld and his companions' arc more afraid of getting hurt than th'emselvei, and In order that they ahould not be hindered in attempt- ing top-notch apeed tomorrow, Or- vljle A. Hint, manager of the.Old- field tour, is anxioua that the peo-. pie away from the fence, es- pecially at There ia a akeieton perch'ecj on every picket during the apecd'trjals, ao be care- .fill to give them'a wide berth.' BIRKENHEAD MARKET Liverpool, Aug. Rogers ft; Co., cable that there was no change in the Birkenhead market today, though the trade was again very slow. Saturday's quotations may be taken- as unaltered, at 1414 to cents per pound for Canadians, CHICAGO WHEAT MARKET Chicago, III., Aug. ev- er South Dakota, and continued unset- tled weather in the Northwest, was a factor in strengthening wheat to- day. Opening figures were lower to yt higher, 'and tha firmness held through the early trading. Cables were firm; Country ofiteringa were lot large. December started at 93H i, unchanged to Vi 'lower, touched and rested at Good commission buying oats an upward turn in the early trading, he start being from unchanged to VI higher. .The list weakened later, with orn and some selling pressure.. De- emb-sr started unchanged 1q Yt, high- r, at 32% lo 331.4, and quieted at 32% Montreal, Aug; bad spill in he fourth race at King Edward Park esterd.ay, cost the life of Jockey Jockey Jost la so sorl- THE SPEED DEMONS CUfloOSE AT 3 O'CLOCK Tomorrow afternoon at' the exhibi- tion, track at 3 o'clock, Lethbridge will be treated to its arst taste of what may >be termed Shaking Dice Death, when Barney Oldfleld and his. racing crew cut looie with their rpeed and battle to the modern With Oldfloid will be Lew.HelnBmann Cup Race fame, Bill" Frit hero of many contests In isiddifl and far wxt, For IS Btntr Oldfitld___ oan and. hla ro- JMUtton at of igved hae the of the the tte tr.t ttaw ttuU cane te the with tbe In thta tinu, how fw ta- the enormous CUJrtrtii. wlih mond Beach at rate ot 152 milM an hour unonlclaliy tlmsd. It hu ofBclaily timed for t mil. In 29 EM onds on the .traifhtaway when no running at Ita but. Here to Irtak Something Oldfleld la coming to Lethbrldfe dt lo Jower the world's half mile traok record even below re cent marie at Reglna rscently, which II, the record U 4-4 for the mile. The long at oihlHtlon track and the tirrai make It pomlfcle ta J0wer made M "Watth record fall tomorrow" to Hnlt today. power of lila Chriatle will It for field to drlre it tt, of 65 to 75 mllvi an hour, outline oS turna and aana Citing Mw cord of 1.64, at Itu. OKliipf With ntaoy tracks and the ol his dar Ing are qaalie hla career apeo tacula.r. At St.'Lonla IODK time ago went through a fence, killing eral and badly Injuring hlmanlf. Ho was ihot fron his car 100 ft. through tho air, to land against a tree, today carries a huge acar on hli cheat aa tentlmony. -He In 'so many other accidents that he has loat count of them. And he li out today wlta a warning to the public as fol- 'Keep away from fence. .Dire la The jiregram tomorrow will conalat of tii erenta, Bacney. Oldfleld will aiipear In at leaat fonr eventa, while lelpemann and FVItach will appear n four otlien. Barney will race ono 'nmtch ere at, driving the ast llttlt Clno aialuti In he Prlaco two cura are and to see. Following that race and fea luring the latter half of the program will he a match race between Heine maun and "Wild Bill" Frltach, the latter driving tho Olno alio There ii intense rivalry between Frit- and Hetnemann, as both are work Ing hard for and reputa tlon, and this match will be us eicit Ing aa any race of the day, Oldfleld'i Exhibition Thrilling The seniatlon of the day, tbe great volrrae of thrills, the exciting, iplna- ihllllng eihtbltlons will be-by Oldfleld n the aoo horse power Chriatle. To Barney Bkld around a turn and lear the roar of the cannon-like ei- hauiti from this terrlflo engine' Is lomethlng that 'will live long jn the memory of every man and woman pra- ent, And tho breaking of a record will add to the eroht to each aa ei- ent It will .stand out n erin% of a lifetime. Oldfleld ke will iratk the ncora. .too. ously injured that hig recovery is doubtful. Nine 1 _____ ........_. .lockey Small going out in Doll Boy. At the stretch, Doll Boy swung -wide across the t.rack, and Jockey Cullen who had the mount on Venoven came through on the rails. .A-few strides from the wire, the horso stumbled, and the rider was I t0 a clg. thrown, breaking his nock. He died ar that suits S'our taste and pocket ae he wai on his way to the hospital, can't' toll'ho> long they'll last. '.Jockey .lost, on Pony Girl, you're likely to call for In dlately behind had not tlmn to-iot tne tobacco line and utensils for. us- _ SOME HASTE necessary If yon want our Elite Special They are BO well liked that thoy going with a .rush. Better buy now if joii de- clear of the mliup, and horss went down, throwing him. heayily, I Hia.head atruck against.the fence, and his skull was fractured. Jockey Woods, on Wilfrid Gerdes, I alio went, down, but escaped with a r The body of tbe dead boy was ihlp- ped to Brooklyn, N. Y., where hla mother realdea, tonight Jockey Jwt'a father li in the city with him. The King Hdward Park 'track Is on an liland, known ai Iile Gros Bols. lome ten mllea do'wn the rlrer from his city, u la a half mile circuit. orday was the opening day of the ecbnd'meet of the summer held by Uw King Edward Park Jockey Club, elpeclany. Elite Cigar Store PHONE 1311 Montreafa popujatien, per directory You tdetHthe rett, Now the MIPERLA Made dealera. 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