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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta ILL THE LOCAL AND EM OST EVENT. BREWERY CUP Call tojtugbyists TO BELLEVUE THE LFTTOIRIDGE PATLY ITERALfl Tuesday, Presence of Gridiron Men Urgently Re- quested at Meeting Tonight at Y.M.C.A. Mutz Cup and Crane Cup Still to be Fought For Culeman, Aug. 25.-The cup, donat- ed bj the Calgary Brewing ft Malting company, to the winners of the home and home games in the Crow's Nest Pass footbart league, which has dec- orated the sideboard in the bar of the Grand Union Hotel for the past few weeks, was calmed by a. deputation ef the Bellevue football players this afternoon and taken to Bellevue, where It will Bnd a resting place un- til fought for and won ataia neit sea- By playing a draw game with Ml- .nel at Michel, yesterday, Bellevue won the trophy by one point. Cole- man being just that much behind the The Bellevne players are a clean bunch of sports and are justly entitled to do a little crowing over the success of their football games this season. TWO other Mutz cup the Grans cup-yet remain unde- cided Hosmer is in the finals for the Mutz trophy, defeated Ferule In the semi-flnals, and last Saturday Coleman and Coal Creek played a draw game, neither scoring a goal. The date for the neit meeting of these two teams has not yet been but it will probably be at Coal Creek on Labor Day. .The winner will then play Hosmer for the possession of the cup. The winner of the Mutz finals and Fernie will then'contest for the Crane cup. FOOTBALL PLAYER SUSPENDED FOR SCRAPPING COLBMAN UP AGAINST IT AT LEA- CUE OFF FOR MUTZ TROPHY There have .been annual attempts each fall to organize a Rugbr club here for tea past three years, but little success has ever been achieved by tie promoters. Another attempt to get the gaaie going in Lsthbridce be made tonight at the T. W. C. A., and there is greater hope of ac- complishing something on this occa- 'sion ihan at any time hitherto. The right man are interesting themselves and intend to see their efforts bear frutt Physical director Clilmore, of the Y. M C A., and P. C. Bumphy, are two oi' the men behind the wheel. They are both enthusiastic exponents of the same, and know how to organize a club. However, they will need every belp to make tho game stick, and it is up to every individual who is desirous of seeing.Rugby established here to put his shoulder to tie wheel. No matter what little weight you may thlnk you carry, it will not be lost in The People's Shield Holders Suffer Defeat Fort Aug. 2G.-The Wan- derer football team of Fort William tonight won the cliniiiploEdifa New Ontario Football association, debuting the C. P. R. team, which won the People's Shield In Winnipeg. The game was hard [ought all Iho way. Tho score was 2 to 0. This means that the Wandcre" will com- pels in Winnipeg for the Counaught Dup in place of the C'.P.R. TO ENTERTAIN AT LAKE ON LABORDAY Local Aquatic Club Has Fine Program of Sports Prepared the attempt to put the great tell sport on a progressive Basis. In the past organization meetings have ibeen well attended, and practices have wen a good- turnout of players, but lack of system always defeated what little had been accomplished: one or two good practices were held and then a 'blow-up followed. Lot there bo thorough organization prin- ciples embodied in, what is done to- night at the Y. M. and the suc- cess of Rugby in LeUibridgeJs assur- ed. The time is ripe. Taber is looking up the Rugby pros- pects and enthusiasts there say they can put a representative .team in the field. When Taber starts anything in the realm of sport, they usually fin- ish it, and finish it to the dismay of all who come against them.- Taber has communicated 'with Mr. Gilmore, of the Y. M. C. A., requesting a game here with a Lethbridge team on La- bor Day. The meeting tonight will decide whether or not Taber will foe accommodated. TORONTO NOW THE LEAGUE LEADERS Rochester Lost One and Leafs Won Double- Header Toronto Rochester ._.. Baltimore Newark............ Buffalo............ Jersey City...... Montreal...... Providence W. li. Pet. .595 .592 .525 .492 .457 .480 .427 ,3D8 Colemaii, Aug. nwetlag of the executive board of the Crow's Tor to" "Aug; took Nest football league was .Wd o( double.header at Graham', pool hall last a took Brtt place in to consider protests and other matters which might come before the board. The following- delegates were in at- tendance: Charles Blair- C. Olwidge, Feraia; P. Duns- jnore, Hosmer; W. HughM, Coal Creek, E. Barnes, ColMir, and D Paton, secretary of the lupu> from Ferule. Paton elected chairman. A motion to HUfnt Boufhwd, one S11118 of Coleman's itir for the balance of the eeajon, was carried, J to 1.' The cause of suspension was based on an aseault upon the person of the referee at toe Coleman- Hosmsr geiM a couyle of weeks ffho referee in qiMttfon been occaslM of trouble at times, the latest of wkick nw tie Fefnie match a week fcct Satur- day, wbick into a free Sght and men ornamented the bench. Ne Fie, No Protest, The protest of Coleraaa against last game played at Hosmer wat dle- illowed. AUhoufh the Hosmer dele- gate admitted that full tine not played, still the delegates took advan- tage of the technically .that the sum of did accompany the written protest, to turn it down. The Ctoleman delegate was only one out of live and he found it im- possible they pleased In the matter. D Caulfield, of Coal Creek, and J. iWHson, of Fernie, were appointed as referees for the final game for the Mutz trophy, Fernlo designated as. the place where it will be pulled off. and incidentally took place in tie league. The scores were 10 to 3 md 3 to 2, which makes it twelve games for the Leafs. locals' hard hitting and Rudolphe's good pitching won the first game. The second contest was called after the ilxth, on account of the rain. The jn the second Rochnter Tumbles Rochester, Aug. fielding cost the .champions the game with.-the Jerieyf today, und the lead race, LelWelt and Do- IM kieklni away critical mo- menta. game war ar, easy vic- tory for Bobby his fietk straight since jclnlTif the'club We. weeks Guy.Zinn.-'of.tke York Ameri- replace Lelivelt tomorrow tke Hoftlef iotof to tie majors tor ianottxr trial: Divided Double-Hiader Buffalo, double header was divided between the Bisons and the Grays, Providence taking the first 5 to 4, and Buffalo the second g to 3. VICTORIA CRICKET CLUB CHAMPIONS OF COAST Viotorla, Vic- toria Cricket Club won the championship of the Pacific Northwest today, defeating Vancouver by nine wickets in the final of a tournament In which eleven teami took part. Manager Fred Clark and Marty O'Toole of Pittsburg were recently taken into custody tke police on lottery charges In connection with ths raffling of sn autoBiobile for of a church. 'REDDIE WELSH BOXES AT WINNIPEG LABOR DAY Winnipeg, Aug. Welsh es-llghtweight champion of Great Bri tain, was tonight matched to tight IS rounds here on Labor Day with Raj Temple, of Milwaukee GAMES IN THE BIG LEAGUES National Marquard Bumped Cincinnati, Aug. de- feated Now York in the first game of the series, B to 0. Benton was in grand form, allowing -but four hits. Marquard was hit hard and timely. Two doubles, a homer, and a single netted four runs for Cincinnati in the eighth, Grant putting the ijall to right field fenca lor four bases, which with Murray's great oneJiand catch in deep left, were the features. Wilson Three-Base Phenom Pittsburg, Aug. and Boston divided a double-header here today. feature of both games was.the batting of Wilson, of Pitts- burg. He made his thirtieth three- bagger In the first game, and got two more in the second. Alexander in Form St. Louis, Aug. was effective In .all "but one inning, while the local, pitchers were bit at op- portune stages, and Philadelphia won the opening game of the farewell ser- ies with St. Louis, 4 to 1. Cub> Were Loose Chicago, Aug. .played ragged iball here today, and Brooklyn won the opening game of the series here, 12 to 3. The visitors hit the a shut-out. Lethbrldgo Aquatic association hav arranged a'fine programme for Labc Day. At their meeting lield In th( Hull Block last night they decided to lave no more evening sports on ac- count of tho oveulngs being so short. The following Labor Day sports have been arranged: 100 yards' swimming race; 50 yards' boys' swimming race; 200 yards relay race, two aivimmcrs to a team; long dive; greasy pole; onodo this. A good num her of the members are donating prlz es for the Labor Day sports, and there 'will prizes for all winners. If the association gets the right kind sup port, visitors to Lethbrldgo during Congress week will witness some fin sports on Henderson Park lake. Anyone desiring to become a .mem her should communicate with W. H Conibear by 'phone or letter. A list of donators of prizes will b published in Saturday's Herald. ST. CYPRIAN'S LINE-UP In game with Westminster to morrow evening, the St. Cyprian1 team will be chosen from the follow ing: Hawkins, Holberton, Dalzell, Scot Palmer, Doyle, Turner, Jaycock. Wi son, Rannard, Smith and Dunck. All. players are requested to toe a the Ball Park, at 6-p.m. An admission fee of 15 cents will b charged.', ladies free. A CIQAR HELPS to make your day's outing "a genuine pleasure. And if your poc- kets are filled with our ELITE SPECIAL brand when you start, your.happines is assured. Then you don't have I take chances on the stuff they sell yo at resorts, where they don't care fo anything but immediate sales and pr fits. We are looking out for your CO tinued patronage. 3 for 28c at Elite Cigar Store PHONE 1318 DON'T WORRY, YOU CAN SET Ml PERU Alberta PanetiU CIGARS DICKER WHEATCROFT Manufacturers Ave. S. Phone Irst Game Wright Charity Shield Tonight Of course, the Callles are the favorites In the first clash of tho Wright Shield at the Ball Park to- night, but In the St. Andrew's, the speedy Callies will have a foe that Will battle from start to finish, and It befalls on occasions of this nature time and again, that the sure-footed horse stumbles and comes to grief, while the hard- plugger wins the race. There are not a few who believe that the Callles may suffer a fall this even- ing at the hands of the Sunday School eleven. HOSMER HAD A A GREAT DAY AT BUTTS Hosmer, Aug. Hosmor Ifle association brought off their an- ual prize shooting match on Sunday st and had a .very successful day's port. Bob McTnggart and Jack Grant tied or first place'each with a. ficore of 1 points, but as McTaggart had th reater score to his credit on th ng ranges, the first prize, a silver ip. goes to him, while to Jack Grant alls the second prize. 3 silver spoons, resented to the association by Dr. P. Biggins. .Arthur. Anthony was uccessful In landtag, the third prize, pair of sporting boots, with a score f 76 to his credit, while Jas. Ayre ame along close behind with 73 ointB, carrying off the 4th prize. I. Brown, captain of the association ollowed 5th with: a score of 71; H, rooks, 6th prize with 68 points; B .Mills, 7th with1. 63 and Fred Ram- ridge Sth .with 56 points. The first consolation prize, a aide f bacon, was won by H. Maundrell a score of 47 points, shooting ver the 200 and 500 yard ranges only ocond prize, two chickens, was wor y A. Willington with 41 points, and he third prize by Donald Browiirigg vith 30 points. The day was nol y any means an ideal one for shoot ng and throughout the competition jere was a changable wind blowing iagonally across the range, which roved most disconcerting even to tho more experienced shots, however veryone seemed perfectly satisfied vlth the day's sport, and all agreei liat the best man won. Labor Day Sports In connection with the Labor Daj ports to be held here on Monday ext there is some talk as to Fernie nd 'cranbrook lacrosse teams meet ng in Hosmer, if' the necessary guar ntees can be arranged. If this match omes off it will undoubtedly .be th means of inducing many visitors froc both Cranbrook and Fernie to spem he day (and incidentally their money n town, so we" hope for the sak ,f all concerned that the match can be irranged. CHURCH TO CLASH St. Cyprian's and'Westminster Team Meet Tomorrow Night to Decide Championship of League What will undoubtedly be one o the most sternly fought soccer match es of the season is scheduled to tak place at the Ball Park tomorrow even ng. St. Cyprian's Church and Wes nliister Church teams having gaine n equal number ot points in th tiunday School League tourney, wi meet to decide wuicli "of them sha hold 'the shield, emblematic of th championship for the. next year. Bot teams are made up of earnest youn men, who game for pure lov of the eport, and who will be out t( morrow nlgW, every man ot them, t play loyally to'the end {or the oono their respective organizations. The Sunday School league of Let! bridge is, so far as wo are aware, tt first organized attempt to make at lotlc sport a department of enure work "in Western Canada, atthoug in the East, the States and in Grea Britain athletic organizations long been recognized as most nece sary adjuncts to church'work. Besidr seeing a good game of soccer footba spectators at tomorrow's match w have-the satisfaction of. knowing th they aro-directly helping along tl cause of muscular Christianity. The game is timed to start at CALIFORNIA PLAYERS SWEEP TENNIS COURT Maurice MoLaughlln Defeated Wi lace Johnson In Singles at U. S, Chimplonshjps Newport, Aug. sweep of the lawn tennis Jionors the country was complete today, wh Maurico B. McLaughlin, of San Fra Cisco, won tho championship in t singles from Wallace P. Johnson, Philadelphia, in three sets out of fi The scores were 3-6, 2-6, 6-3, 6-3, 6-2 McLaughlln holds the champlonsh In doubles Thomas C. Bundy, MARKETS LETHBRIDBE MARKETS There were no aln prices on tho it y. Creamery butter nco of two cents per steers disclose a ut per Ib. Meat prl( m and are higher a tile corresponding ar. o. 1 Northern o. 2 Northern o. M Northern o. 5 1 Allierta Red o. 2 Alberta Rod o. 3 Alberta o. 5 Alberta Red ran, per ton lorts, per. ton......- ats, per .ton, sacked oiled Oats egetables: iw Potatoes, per Ib. eets, per Ib......._; arrots, per Ib.-----. urnlps, per !b....... elation In tho kal nmrkot to- showed an ad- Slb. while dross- leclino of ouo t still romalii present than period luHt 0.7C 0.73 0.44 O.'ifi' 0.74 n.72 0.44 21.00 23.00 26.00 27.00 ____0.01 0.02 0.02 0.01 TUESDAY'S GRAIN, MARKETS Winnipeg, Man., A ng. 27. The innipeg market opc'jned lower, id wns steady and ilull throughout le trading hours. ,1 The same Is true ot the American larkets. There was a revival at Wie lose. Reports of j very extensive rop damage throughout France and ngland, due to heavy rains, to hand n cable despatches, but an improve- lent in British conditions