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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY August ALL THE LOCAL AND WORLDS FOREMOST EVENTS GRIDIRON GAME TO BE PLAYED HERE Rugby dub Formed at Last Night and Everything Looks Rosy for its Success Arrange Game With Taber for Labor DayThe English Rules AdoptedPractice Tonight That tho great fall gridiron game has at last been set upon tubstantia basis which will guaran ieo its success seems to be thi impression of all those meeting last night in the parlor ofthe when a largo an representative throng of stalwart am buxom youths gathered together to give the game a start in Lethbridge Kbat would establish it here for It was one ol the largest and most enthusiastic crowds that has tover turned out to an organization Jneeting of any branch of sport The salient points decided on werer Adoption pf English rules and Barracks grounds practice and flaying Practice Tuesdays and Fri tiays Invitation wide Game here Labor Day with Taber If it can be First practice tonight to pick ENGLISH RULES BEST The adoption of one or other of Canadian or American rules has always been an ugly to decide by who have attempted to promote rugby here and this point lias been no small factor in keeping There are players nnd exponents of each one oi th methods of of playing the garno who that their atjrlt is the The English and Cana dian have been wont to combat this At last nights meeting the question was again but this time it happily settled who seems be thoroughly conversant with all but is probably more strongly identified with the came forth iwith an appeal for the adoption of the English and the result was that the latter by the meeting as the It was pointed put by Ponpst that the English came was the moat favorable because there was more talent to be had for the teams herci and it has always been a lack of this important factor that has done as much as anything else to prevent the proper inceptiou of the game There are probably five English rugby players in Let bridge to every Canadian player an that the English game should be a cepted was conclusively it is not the most pop lar game in Western T league embracing Edmontoi Moose Regina and other wes ern play the Canadian gam and when the time is ripe for Let e to join the ring the Canadia game will have to be adopted here This fact was voiced at the meetin and it was generally conceded tha latter game would come in it iwn time and in accordance with th PLAY ON BARRACKS The has the free use lie barracks grounds lor its sports nd with tho grounds so advant geously located it behooved the club o sail under colors ake use of which adopted after a little PLAY TABER A jjamc with Taber may be played here on Labor Day and Secretary Gil more was instructed to communicate with the club in that town atelv so that all arrangements may TORONTO LEADING BY TEN POINTS by splitting a dou bleheader with Baltimore yes while their rivals for the top rung of the Internation al league dropped two games to Jersey took a lead of ten The Maple Leafs are playing pennantwinning their main oppon arc sliding It looks like the Leafs for the GAMES IN THE BIG LEAGUES National PIMsburg Wlni Pittsburgh war de feated by Plttsburg today 9 to Pitts burg nwdo seven hits and scored live runs In the rourtli Dickson retiring Infavorof who also was hit New York Loses Again August again today from New York by Frames masterly ho allow ing tho visitors oiily one Math ewsou on the other bund was hit fair ly hard and was not effective In the TOMMY BURNS CONFERS WITH CLERGYMEN APROPOS BOXING Seeks to Elevate Game in Calgary by Unique Course of Them to Attend Next Bout Between Allen and Baylev MARKETS be made without The firsl of the saason will be tonight in ordtr that the committee mar be able to get a line on the probable male up of the team game Taber is All players are reouested to be at the fail at Eckstorm and Committee Dunphy and ROWLEY WILL HAVE POLO TOURNEY largest lire ever paid for real wa paid this WMk tor a piece land on barton of the A block of W acrw Mid for per nvchMera are a at local men and a from Pmoher jolo Intend to tat grounds in the belt best polo grounds U the WMt will be It is Lane will be erec Thk Ii being done In aaticipa tion of tta Mf tournament that will be Buld here neit year when the Can adian championship will be played looal team at present hold the which entitles them to hart the meet next CORNWALL TO GO AFTER GUP Murphy today received a reply from Sir Hlobard one of the trus to hit challenge for the Mlnto oup on of the Cornwall Notion a Licrun S4r Richard Btatm hat the challenge has been accepted and that matter of dates played n handi of the Brltlih Columbia to be arranged when are CALLIES WIN FIRSTSHIELD MATCH Andrews Victims in a Football Tilt That Lacked Class Cuba Shut Them Out held Brooklyn to six scattered hits today and defeated the visitors G to 0 In the final Batting Did It batting of Mngee and Paskert enabled Philadelphia to win the second game from Red recently released from the local American made his debut with the visitors and pitched fair ball American Senators Lose Louis drove Casblou out of tho box in the also bit Sehagg bard and and defeated Washington 9 to 2 goals St Andrews 1 This was the outcome of the first round of Wright Charity Shield at the ball parkjast evening between hese The Calllea won the toss and sent Saints to play against a heavy gale blowing from the west end of he It plain that good ootball would be out of the question and in consequence both teams con ented themselves with long shots for The Callies were taking mat ers in fact too with the esult that the Saints lost no time in orcing them to extend their After BOme fifteen minutes if lay Lining sent in an easy shot which fooledthe Saints he game was listless and lacked In erest although the Saints were hav ing a fair share of the On one ccaslon the Saints had a glorious nance to score but only palpable ervousness on the part of the line spoiled their How1 towards the close of the first alf they succeeded in sending the phere past Bob who was oosting peacefully the Oallie goal ut the whistle had sounded prev usly tar offside and the tally went or resuming with the rind behind the rushed the allies for all they were worth but le pace was itco much for them and y as they would they could not erce the Scots Through e efforts of his of the allies again secured possession and Nsw Twirler made his debut with the home team today and defeated Detroit 4 to opposed Mullln Highlanders Win Both New York took a double header from Cleveland here the score being 8 to and 6 to In the first game McConnelleasliy outpitched Baskette and The fani around the American lea rue circuit have waitedpatiently for he Washington team to but up o the pMMnt there has nothing doing in the HosmerHasBig Program Holiday Sports The arrange ments for the Labor Day sports on Monday are going forwAd sat and everything points to a dayi amusement to crown the edorti managing only Uwte familiar with such nn can fully appreciate the Mnouot of to to coniidered by liat The tTentt and prliM M Mlawi 1M the Ids 1M tlfh 1st 2nd hammw 1st 2nd 1st Jnd fid nnnhif broad lit 2nd fi 1M rtttt to members If 1st hep lit 2nd 3rd of Dlit 18 only horae 12 beit of 3 1st Junior baieball com age limit under 17 Football one club one 11 a 20 minutes each open to members of lea gue features will the Best Decorated or other business prem lit prize 2nd prize 3rd prlie f Baby show for babies un der 18 1st 3rd Dread baking 1st f 2nd loe sawing Marrlrd girls and boys All the arrangements for the day are n the bandi of the Hosmer United Mine Workers of Ameri nnd all enquiries and entries ihould lit addrand to Baldontone lotad the iball past the Saints goal eeper for goal number Later e Saints goalie turned cleverly Ide a beautiful shot from Tenants ot at the expense of a corner which used no Bob Tenant in e Callle goalgot his first shot to save which brought him to his He was there on and cleared his charge amid the cheering of the the aid of a group of canines who joined in the Bob gracefully ac knowledged the Tho were bent on scor ing and eventually beat tho Callie defence with a fine goal cleverly scor ed by This proved to be all the Bcoring and the game ended with the Callles winners by two goals to The following were the teams Clllies Tennant Bannerman iiiu Easton and Mc Millan Mc Ilvena and Andrews Miller Legg and Twelve Innings Tie and Bos ton played 12 innings to a tie postponing the game on account of Chicagos early lead was lost when Boston scored five runs of Cicotte in the largely on Speak ers home run and two Chicago a like number of lies on Beaient and Hall in the sixth errors the two runs which Boston lacked of a were scored in the Cicotte by after the first was scored on Cardigans hit hit off Walsh then drove in International Newark Walloped the Bill The visiting fattened their aver ages at the three Montreal and live of getting three three of them tha connected Twenty two all and resulted from the slaughter of the local every member of the visiting team making the circuit at least Montreal sot ten hits for tors had tho novel experience of hear ing pleas for clean boxing put before them yesterday by Tommy oin of the host known practical expo nents of the game on the continent Tho result of tho meeting was thai the Calgary Ministerial al its next meeting have some first hand arguments of the side to Burns met last evening with Marshall and Mahaffy in Central Meth odist First street The who were under the im pression that the proposed new box Ing bylaw was framed to make Cal gary a wideopen town were Impress ed by the straight talk from the shoulder that Burns handed out in his plea for a properly regulated He pointed out tjint he was In fa vor of a competent commission of preferably chief of Police Superintendent of tho and a third citizen of re pute to regulate the So far as he was Burns said he would be willing and even anxious to have the ministers pick the third member of the commission themsel The feeling of the three ministers seemed to be that if the game could be properly they would not be unwilling to have it given a fail Burns told them that he was perfectly agreeable to have the rounds very not more which to have the decision made be on to have tho participants fur nish heavy ami to luivo strict police supervision to provide against any displays of All of those points favorably Impressed he min and they said they would lay thorn all before tho general body of ministers at the next meeting of the asKooiutlon for Burns the minis ters a personal Invitation to attend BayleyAllen contest just outside LETHBRIDCC MARKETS 1 Northern 2 Northern 3 Northern 5 1 Alberta Jtod 2 Alberta Red 3 Albortn Bed 5 Alberta Hod per ton per ton per sacked Rolled Onts Vegetables New nor per Ib i per the city and see how a clean Butt per The boxing match was ministers admitted they would like to but regretted theycould not at tend because of the unfavorable ad vertising that it might give Tho recent resolution passed by the Ministerial association against the proposed new boxing bylaw was based on the first rough draft submitted i lie which did not contain the severe restrictions with which It Is purposed to hedge In the boxing this is like to be an Interesting session of the issoclation when the amendments to which Burns is willing to agree are submitted for Two of the ministers present told Burns that if the boxing game could bo properly they did not think there would be and suggested that Burns him self might be tho best man to act on such a how declared that he would not be willing to act on the as he wanted game controlled by a body against commission to see th er and Dairy Creamery kittle on trie MOOT per pound per pound per pound per pound Sheep per per Poultry Turkeys Live spring por Ib Fowl Ducks per per GRAIN MARKETS no charge of could The Standings National New Philadelphia Cincinnati Brooklyn Boston 81 35 76 41 69 49 57 58 5G C3 52 66 43 75 35 82 American Boston Philadelphia Chicago Detroit Cleveland New York Louis 75 60 52 48 30 four allTour coming in tie score 13 to Toronto Won and Lost three straight Toronto lost the I second game in todays doubleheader to The scores were 3 to 3 and 12 to 1 International Toronto Rochester Baltimore Newark Buffalo Jersey City Montreal Providence 74 64 G2 03 59 Ness Hamilton and Doug lass Smith and Ourr made an efficient Durnan Loses Hope Dur nan has not abandoned hope of getting better terms from Ernest Barry for a race on the Thames this He arranged with Vivian now in to bring about a race If pos He trusts that Nickalh will do Meanwhile Durnan Is negotiating with Wray of a irecruent chal lenger for Hie American sculling cham pionship held by the Toronto for a race on TorpntoBay before the ex hibition ARNST ANXIOUS TO GET BACK AT THE CHAMPION has depos ited for a return match with Barry for the British and worlds Tho former Is keen on a match before but Barry conaidors that he is entitled to a longer and Is taking a Buffalo was Easy poor pitch ing lost two games for the Bisons to Providence had no trouble in either The Grays fattened their batting getting a total of 33 hits for which combina tion gathered in twentyfour runs for the two Rochester Dropped Two first game today went 13 innings aoul was lost when Johnson booted a All but two of the Rochester players saw service during the second The slaughter was the worst handed to the Hustlers this The score for the two games were 7 to and 12 to Northwestern Tacoma Seattle Spokane Victoria Portland Vancouver ECKLAND WON HANDICAP MATCH FROM MANGOFF Clarence won a handicap match from the Chicago at Moose last Mangoff secured the first fall in 32 and Eckland the second in 14 54 and won the Mangoff had agreed to throw Eck land twice In an hour without being thrown for BLACKS WHIT Heres tae Sold byajj class and clubs There was considerable buying for future delivery today by the big exporting and the cash demand was brisk but offerings light The market both for wieat and oats was but no great advances occurred in which were a lit tle The weather has now cleared hut heavy rains will de lay the cutting a day or two on ac count of soft A general rise in temperature has disappointed fears of Receipts 51 cars inspected 45 In The opening and closing prices were as follows Open Close D3 90 October December May Qits October December Fiaxl October So 160 BULLETINS MARYS LINE UP Spokane Ouelph Hamilton Brantford London Berlin London Berlin Peterboro Ottawa Peterboro Ottawa Association Louisville Minneapolis Indianapolis Paul Kansas City Columbus Toledo Milwaukee A CIGAR HELPS to make your days outing a genuine And if your poc kets are with our ELITE SPECIAL brand when you your happiness la Then you dont have to take chances on the stuff they sell you at where they dont care for anything but immediate sales and pro We are looking out for your con tinued 3 for 25c at Elite Cigar Store PHONE 1318 In their games the Overseas at the ball park tomorrow evening tho Marys will line up as follows Far Kickoff Closing Cash Prices 1 Northern u 2 Northern 3 Northern 4 5 i Peed 2 3 1 Feed 1 2 Feed 3 4 Flax 104 97 73 5tl 42 4014 42 41 36 50 170 163 OVERSEAS FOOTBALL CLUB The following will be the line up of the Overseas on Thursday evening in the Wright Shield tie Sumner Horno and Paterspn tVTulleh Other Brown Simm and All players requested to be on the ground at six oclock 1 1S8 132 Minneapolis Wheat 93 97H 97 Chicago Wheat September 9454 9414 944 May 98 08 GLASGOW CATTLE MARKET PHILADELPHIA GERMANS DEFEATED OTTAWA German town Cricket club of Philadelphia de feated tbe Ottawas by 123 runs to In a oneInning game at the nidcau Hill thin Owing to the miserable weather a Ml PERIS Alberta Panetila Becsuse they are the in Lethbrldge by DICKER 4 WHEATCROFT Manufacturers 1781 Opened It Himself Senor under secre tary of the interior for Is a matteroHact man the habit of holding his mouth The other day Secretary ot the In terior Gonzales walked into office and Old you have your mouth openl I know replied not look ing up from his I opened it myself this Batch report full supplies of Irish and small numbers of Scotch Prices are Best Scotch to 18 cents 1C to 18 best 14 to 16 second 11 to 13 LIVERPOOL WHEAT PRICEI firm 2 3 strong IN THE CHICAGO GRAIN PIT CRICKET MATCH MONDAY A team representing tho City will Blackburns team oh Barracks ground on Monday Labor Day morn commencing at ten This gamo ought to draw a largo following of cricket iov selling on an advance formed the chief order of business today in Previous operations of that nature had been well cleared and a freeh upturn in tprlces encouraged the to make an attack that carried the mar ket down below last nights Tho early advance was due to bull ish cables and to unfavorable weather In The opening figures wnre unchanged to December start ed at o a riso of 4 4 to and then declised to 94Wf K European call for oats at one cent made cereal September started unchanged to Vi higher at 32K to 33 and ;