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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TIIE Saturday, A rjtfiiwl. 12 ALL THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOST EVENTS FINE AQUATIC PROGRAM BILLED FORJHE HOLIDAY Water Sports at Henderson Lake Monday Afternoon Give Promise of an Excellent Free Entertain- Donate Good Prizes MICHEL PROTESTS AN IMPORTANT MATCH Aus. W. J. Cola, manager and secretary of .the TUG football team, received notice ionay lliKt Michel had the game played between MIohel and Bellevue learns on Saturday, August S4, when this litter tiam jjmyed a draw vith Michel and won the Bro'r- err Cup. The chief ffrounds (or the proteeL eeeom to be that the game WHS -called before time iru up. A meet exMutlve will celled it once to consider the pro teit. ID the meantime the cup if Bellevua. Sporls will start sharp at 2.30 p. n. as course will be arranged iu the toreuoou to avoid delay, j Tho following is a list of merchants donating prices Terrill Floral Co., ilcLcod Bros., T. C. Tlinpath, AW. A. IV. Williamson, Aid. 13. Adams, People's Drug Store, Alberta Cigar ,t Xews Stand. C. Burns A "o., Campbell, Wilson ,t Home, City Sign Works, Clarke Co., Cornell i Tra- il's, A'bcrla Saddlery Co., Good Co., H. Goodman, Hedlcy Drug Co., nig- inbothftm ct Co., Ltd., Kcnhey Al- lin, Kirkham llros., Lethbrld'ge Sad- dlery Co., Lush Bros., The A. Mc- 3nd Donald Co., AlacWierlon Kruit Ltd., AIcKelvic McGuire, McKcown race, (2 swinuners Hardware Co., Ltd., L. t .1. Mc- Lear, Jlodol Bakery, Ellison Milling Co., Printers it Stationers, Leth- bridge Candy Kitchen, Jacksoa ct Co., Hett Cross Drug Co., C. C. R. W, Wallace, City Har- ness Shop, Fraclie Bros., J. H. Mc- Dohell, Crawford Podgcr, Rochon Bros.. Loiiis Keel, 'A. Southard. iTEHCHAXTS FAVOR IT Tlie- above makes plain that the the merchants of Lethhridge are 7ery strong in supporting good aqual-ic sports in our city and ComoiOilorc Mclnenly who undertook lo sccare the prizes, received the glad' hand everywhere, and got "certainly" for an answer in all place's, and have offered to donile a prize I'.T Congress sport and claim that from the membership list of over too in good standing that nest year there will be 300 members as tlic jority ol merchants Tvill become mem- bers. THANKS Commodore Mclncnly wishes to thank all the above In tte iiamo the Lethh'ridgc Aquatic association lor their generosity and the kind waj he was received and also han.'.T iht merchants who were not asked take no offence, as they will Havc an opportunity of showing their good will, for the sports during Dry-Farm ing Congress. An order on tlie do- nators will be signed hy the Commo- dore and handed to the winners ol tiie different events who will call lor their prize. From the above list there will be prizes for ail, and it is to lie hoped that any citizen who would like fo take Part will mate.arrangements to become a member with the secretary- .reasurer, W. H, Conibear, 1314 6th Ave., S., who will gladly invest them wltli a badge. Sports will start :harp at 3.30 Monday gfternooh, the course will lie arranged in the forenoon to avoid delay. This is !ree to all and a jolly good time is ex- pected, and it is to be hoped a large crowd will surround the lake. A meeting is called for all members at 8.30 p.in. Tuesday evening at 315 Sixth street S. Mr. T. C. Bidpath's store. flic 'Aquatic association kas prepared an excellent program o: sports tor tlie altcrnoon. ot Labot Dai and tUo entertainment promises to cap hy far auyiliins hitherto attempt- ed tjy tile associatiou. There will DC skifi races, rahoe races of all sorts, svrinvirftng races ol all sorts, ia fact, all sorts of aquatic turns, both stand- ard and hovel ivill be included. This is. going to be tlie. Irec the Lethbridge public have yet been .treated to. A glance, at the program niaVe this apparent. Here it is Yards' sivtmnifflg and 50 Yards Boys' and prize. Yards j lo' prizes. Long and 2nd prize. 'Greasy prize for the one jd'ko neareit- t6e flag and returns iritb same. Ladies' Ginee and 2nd prize. Mind TandiuT Canoe, lady and prise's for the winners. Canoe ntite for each ol ine four. Lady and Gent Skis prize loir each oi the winners. fandein face, (Indy coiswaui) prize lor each of the. winners. Tilting prize each lor tlie winning team. There will be sev- eral teams in thid; Ladies' Tandem Skiff race, (gcni prize for each winner. Canoe race, 25 yards, can- oe upsldn priie. Canoe, and 2nd prize. Tail end and 2nd prize. Canoe prizes C a nbe -tandem race, ivithout pnd- prizes. Ladies' single skiff lat and 2nd prize. Thcra will be a priie for the lady and gent, the highest number of points also two prizes for the best decorated crafts oi lake at OTTAWA HAS CANADIAN LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP PcterboTO, Ihe tnllendora In the Cnnadlnn loaKiie, defeated Ottawa, the' league leaders, twice yeatorday, but these de- feats matter Illtle lo tile Ot- Inwa I'lub, who hnve such a lend over tbe other clubs that Iholr poiltloii In first place la secure till the finish of the league, which Is close nt hand. Brantford; and Hamilton are fighting It out for second place, with London n close fourth, with' SI. Thomas and Berlin. Guelph and Peterboro stund to bring up tbe renr In this TORONTO WON AND RIVALS LOST Maple Leafs Making a Garrison Finish in International Toronto, Aug. umde it three straight from-Provl-dence today, Ijy a score of 7 to 3. .Maxvi-eii pUclied steady ball for the locals atier the first1 inning, while tho" !a'.'er found Sllue in the fourth, fifth and clgfltll. The hitting ol Ballon featur- ed. -Toronto now has i lead of four canies over Rochester, GAMES IN THE BIG LEAGUES CUBS CROWD CLOSE TO GIANTS Chicago Won and New York Lost Yesterday in the National Chicago, Aug. sninod full gnmc on New York tortfty, by a-cieatlng St. Louis, f) lo -I. in n liarQ- foujvlU battle, vhllc New York lost :o Brooklyn. Tour gnmes now sep- iraie the two leaders for the rnce for lie jjeiinont. The locftls look nu cfirly IcRil :VE- aiiist SL Louis today by bunching !iits. but lliis was soon lost ns a rd-. suit of loose playing L.r (lie tears. A .riple. two bnfees on balls, a sacrifice] ly iincl two wild pitches again, pul in Uie lead, anil Sduilte's .wclCtli home run of the season in the >evciilb cinched the snme- St. Louis itart-od a 'bclatea .battmg rally In the nst inning, but could noL ovcrtalfe opponents. The Vailet French Dry Cleaners and Dyers Of Liulics' nnd (Tents' Woarinp; Appurel, fiiul Jlouscliold Hoods Ask Cor Uic Vailet process of I'Veiicli .Dry C'lcmiiiig am! Dyeuig. It prevents moths ,'iiul renews your (jlotliin.u' Altering Garments n Specially Work called .for and delivered Special attention to out of Town Orders THE BASEMENT LETHBRIDGE HOTEL LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Phone Hotel. The Pitts burg Beat Plttsbiirs, Aug. de- eatod Cincnmatij 3 to 1, In a 12-inn- ng game today. The visitors tied be score In the elghtl) on a double two sliigted. PlUsburg won iu the welfib. on two singles. Rochester Loses Again Rochester, Aug. Indians took today's game away from ihe champions by a score of 4 to 3. Rochester ia out of the pennant race appareutly. Buffalo Won TwoV Buffalo, Aug. Bal- timore played fine -ball here today, ibe Bisons both games of a double-header. The berd came ol through 'he first half, with less hits; but three home rung did the trick. The second was a pitcher'p duel 'be- tween Fulienwelder and Danforth. BLACKS dass.deaJers.cafes and clubs VETERAN HAD TO BE SHOWN At the Ball Pirk Inet nieht the Vet- eran Calllea and the youngtv members of the lanio family hooked up In a practice game. The old 'a got It Into their omniums some- how that they eovild wipe the earth h the young blood, but they got a rude awakihlhg or. the call ol time, "when Ihoy loufld the score against them by 3 goals to 1. it was one of those go-aa-you-pleaee hind of games, nobody made any effort io exert himself. The spectators had a solM croolne> enjoyment, although there nothing Involved In the outcome of the gamt. There WBB some argu- medt over the referee's quillflcalJons, tilt '.he dilute IVJE tmlubly settled >y Ignoring thit offlclil entirely. The allowing wen the leama: Tannant: J. flmlth Alrd: Dill Scott, B. Ghlswlck and [zult; J. Bruce, Toby Cimnrou, A, Me- Dill >nd F. Oliver. Hannernuu uud EKfttou', Gtenn, White anrt Clark; Knight, Llnnlnf, Clenieulion, Tenuanl uil Montreal Won Close Game Montreal, Aug. battiug Tallr In the ninth at the or their ei-team male Vtebalm, enabled the locals to defeat jersey CIty; u to 4 to day. Thoney'B home run "was the bat ling [catiire. Boiton Wins Hard Game Philadelphia, Aug. hit 10 ball hard here today, but the ome team put up euch a fast ileld- ng game ihal It rctiuired Inniues or ihe visitors to win, J to 1. Don- clly pitched flue ball, n home run by Lurtenis preventing him getting a shut-out. The visitors won ty hitting Alexander, a relief pitcher, for five singles In the tenth; -Brooklyn Beat Giants' New Aug. dc feated New York, horo today, by 7 to S- York made four runs.In the first.Inning off Stack, hii could, do little wlthiCurtla.- Tlie Broolc iyns hit WiltSe and Cfaniiall hard and Ames ivas oiled liiib tie same too late lo save it. Moran's flsldlng Ceatu'red. National Xcn' York Chicago Pliiladclpliia Cincinnati St. Louis Brooklyn Doston W. L. S2 3li 80 HI 70 50 Tct. .GG7 .383 .4911 .471 .t86 I-I 3II Boston...... Washington HhilmlHplria Chlcafeo JJL'ttoit Cleveland Nrcv.' York St. Lonis AiucriCciii v. sc 77 73 60 DURilAN AND BARRY COME TOTERMS Toronto Sculler Will G To England to Race World's Champ. JEANETTE PUT JONES AWAY New York, Aug. Jeahette at Hoboken, knocked out Griff Jones, of TJtica, in toe second round of a scheduled ten-round contest at the AllajitJc AlhJetlc Club tonight. This 13 the fourth aucceEaivc bout In which Jcdnetto made It is opponent take the count In the second round. TRYING TO ROB THE CHAMPIONS-OF WELL-EARNED LAURELS In reply to Mr. Laing, ol the War- ner club, re their protest against Tabcr, which appeared hi tlie Iccai norning contemporary, the president )f Iho northern division of the Soiith- TH baseball league has no bason to regret the action he took it the memorable meeting Iierc re- cently. Warner intimates an intention .o fight it out. It appears 16 us as if [it wilMic a one-horse fight, unless Iha southern, club wishes to carry their C.IEC to the Brewery cup trus- tee. This the northern division vised them to do at the meeting here. About ilm only (lilng thai Warner will accomplish in pushing Jheir protest 'will be in kicking up a ftlsa and giving thb most successful ama- teur baseball league that has ever lixfsCcd In this part of tlic country a black eye. Tnher won the championship nearly a month ago at the Lclhbridgc bail t park. They arc gonri and clean ball players, flm champions, nnd Ealufs on Lhcic merits. Why try and rob them Ol Hie apoils ol victory 7 More anoi H ry. ATHLETICS GET ANOTHER JOLT Boston Beat the World's Champions Again Yesterday Boston, A.UE. SO. The Red Sqx hal- tDd B yitlory out of. three Ath.- letlc pitchers, 1 10 4 to-Jay. Lewis, who started a" rtouble-pjay, with a div- ing catch, and Gardner, speared a line drive for the third out, with thi'ee men'on uases contributed field- ing features. Cleveland 1, Chicago Z Cleveland, Alls. de- feated Chicago, 7 'to 2 today. Bland- ing was effective with men on .bases, while Douglas was wild In the first inning, and fielded ilia position poorly in th-a fourth, when the first tlireo Cleveland batters bunted safely. Chapman made his Cleveland debut and starred. International H'. Toronto Rochester Baltimore Newark........... City Buffalo Montreal i'tovidcnce L. I'd. 37 .B9P 18 .Olli Toronto, Alls. llnrna -19 has. received a cable from .Chami'ici 01 .HC Ernest Uarry, accepting 08 .458 I n race on the Thames lor the world' til) .-13n I sculling championship. The term 75 ,361 expenses and liali the boa 112 -30S j am' stand receipts and a stake c I Darry also accepts tlie tint originally suggested, Oct. 7, but tha was two week's ago and Human L- Pel now asking that in view of the diila3 It ho put back a week to Oct. H The Tbioiiia liiith .is todav Gfj 01 05. 63 .520 .505 I to I'd'to England as suqn as possible likelv next week. .55 (17 .'151 54 74 .122 53 .77 AW CRICKET-TEAMS FOR HOLIDAY Tho following teams have been chosen for the cricket match ou Mon- day. Sept. a (Lalior Day) on (lie Bar- racks grounds, between the Leth- brlElge City club and A. ,7. Slack- bnrne's XL Stumps wIU be pitched at 10 a.m. and the game to a finish. Lun- cheon will be served on the grounds nt l o'clock, Tvhcn an adjournment will be made. A large crotvd of crick- et enthufiiusls is expected as a game is anticipated: Lethbridge Cricket-Club: F. Pott, J. W. Newton, J. A.PiHose- warn, J. Harris, W. Mould, V. R. JJrown, E, G- Slmmontls, H. R. Alike 11, r. C. Fryer, B. Cnllnn, R. IT. Hincks. Ulaekburne'e XI.: A. J. BJackburue H. Mcllvena, J. H. Palmar, A. N. aicClfnton, H. Holt, A. W. Holt, G. W. Lewis, B. Turner, W. H, Jleech, R. Salt. MeFARLAND PUT IT ALL OVER HIS OPPONENT Philntlclphia, a oiie- slried six-round bout before Uic Olynx pia Athletic, cluh here last night, Packer of Chicago, re- ceived., the popular decision over Joi Hirst, ol Philadelphia, in all 1ml oric landed ut ivill, ivjjiie (.lie fciir bloirs at .Hirst lackpi] force. A CIGAR HELPS' :o make your day's outing a pleasure, Cobb Up Detroit, Aug. held 134- troit hitless today, but he failed to keep Cobb off the -bases, and St. Louis' I And If your poc- wpn, o lo 1. In the fourth Cobb walk- ed, took second and when Pratt hooted emu-ford's grounder, continued when Austin attempted to catch Cra'W- ford at second and best the return to the plate by sliding around Alex- ander. St. Louis gave Hamilton splen (lid supporl. Washington, Aiiff. hi I Davis bard in the third and eighth Innlnge of today's game, and edaJlf defeated New York, 7 to 2. Groome was vfiTy effective throughout. CiiniUlInn St. Thomai c. Drantford Giielph ii, Lunrlon 2. Ilamfllon 5, Berlin 'i, I'ctcrboro 4, Otlawii 3. Pelerboro Ottawa 0. Northwestern Spokano Of Victoria 2. fiefittle-TaPoma, fain. Porllahd 3, Vancouver 0. Association 31. Paul 4, fndfanapalta I. KanaiiB City 15, Columbus S, Toledo K. Milwaukee 1. kets are Hllcd with our ELITE SPECIAL brand when you your happiness Jn assured. don't to lake chances on tho stuff they sell you nt rtsorts, whRre Ihey don't cnre fov anything but Immediate sales and pro- fits. Wo are looking out for your coh- tluued patronage, 3 for 25c at Elite Cigar Store PHONE 1318 SMOKE Ml PERU Alberta Pinetila Beciuae they are the beit.' Made In Lethbridge by DICKEI A WHEATCROFT rid Ave. TAYLOR WILL HAVE CHANCE TO SHOW HIS CLASS Whether or not Jack Taylor is the nat plienom. that his friends believe ilm to be tested on Tuesday light at the Morris TteaLre, when the acfU giant trleg co'nclusiojis irHh Mfln- [Off, the Chicago It will be test of Taylor's class, for ho meet a man of Ilia own build, in fact, a man that Is some few pounds heav- ier, and a hinn that has learned ihtich about the grabbling gam-e. Jlane is rated high Jn the city of Chicago, and the best that, can be expected of Taylor Is to stave his man off-. off has agreed to throw tlie local man twice (n an' hour, Taylor, talking to thp Herald this morning, had nothing to 'say about being n srtre wlilliei1, hilt was brlmfull of confidence outcome would reflect credit on Ills showing, and his frlemls. lidlicvo alike wll.li him. The match will no doubt, be stubbornfy contested. TORONTO STAR RUGBY PLAYEH FOR WINNIPEG Winnipeg, tihrilnnlan- shlp or Iho WeBleni Canada, and a poSBlhio ivy for tlie Earl Grey trophy, arc the aJUhltloiis desires of Iho mom- berg of tiib .Winnipeg llowing club footballers, as voiced nt tho nniinal meeting of Iho organization today. Grent cnthiisfnBnt Was nmniroatcd when Captain Art. Mnlr, iinnonnccil that Hilly Foulds, the former aim- nuorWrbacl; 'of tlie Toronto 'Varaliy team, would he among sevcrnl new on tlic tcftni this year, Tho club htiB received an Invitation lo piny ih Ffcrt WlHIsm, September 17, It.will likely be ftcceptc'd. MARKETS MARKETS No. 1 N'u. 'J Norlli.wu O.Jii No. ;l Nnrlunrn No. -I I-Joi-lhenn No. !i No. 1 Alberta No, 2 Alljorlii No. 3 Alberta Hed..........ti.72 No. Aiiicrin. No. 5 Albei-ui lleil...........U.-1S SATURDAY WHEAT PRICES Winnipeg, Man., 'Aug. iproven.vntJi in the wentliLT, both in the Canadian west and llrltish Islts brought about, n sharp decline In tin: >rjce of October options- Gills wi'ru slcady, Ilav. llrui and advancing. U'itll a reucwiil of confidence in crop ponilrlinns there was more activity on the nnirkel. I him lias been in jvidciicc ur {lie last low days. Receipts were light, thcrit In'iiiL, ittlc of tlic old crop to.market .mil no serious movement o[ ncw wheat as ycL SS cars -inspected 70 sigh I. Wheat- Dec. Wai- 03 SB] Ocl. Dec. Oct. Cash Prices 35 j .i54 33-} 33J, l.lil. l.H No. I Nm-......... -Vo. 3 Xor.......... Ko. a Nor.......... No. Nor............ No. B Nor........... No. 3 C. IV.......... No. 3 C. W........... Extra No. 1 Feed 2 Fecri No. 3 No. Condemned Wheat- Sept. Dec. Jlay Minneapolis 1.05} u" W Mi 13 if Mid 1.25 SilJ If WEEKLY MARKET LETTER (Supplied Hice Wlialey, Limit- ed, Receipts for the past and previous wcclts were Cattle 1400 18118 Calves ail 201 logs ,1528 Sheep.................. 2-137 The supply of cattle was consider- ably short of a week ago. The de- nnnil has been good for all grades mil prices firm ivllli last week's ations have been realized on all grades, the top of the market this i-cek'was S5.B5. We sold, several uncltes nt tJiis price and today old a string of about 10 cars ai. 5-fiO. Tbeso were a mixed bunch or irctty good butchers with quite a icreentagc of heavy cattle on them hat were a little rough. .StocJfers hd feeders ore still in good ocmaml nil more could be at the rJce.s. Best fresh cows with calves nd good close up ayrliigcrs sold ibis cck about ?5 per heart liiglior week ago, the host selling up f.o. 70 with an odd extra choice one at 75. We quolc as follows, delivered, fed nd watered Best milkers and printers, to ?70.00 common medium milkers and surlnacis, 35.00 La lest hiitcher slecrs nd heifers, to Sli.75 fair to ood butcher steers and hellers, S1.75 common hutchcr sl.ecrs and clfel-s. (-1.35 to f'1.50 good to loicc Imlclicr cinvs, to cdiuni cows and hellers, S3.7B lo 1.00; cnmiliun ccAvs, J.T.25-, est hulk, S3.50 to S3.75 common medium hulls, J2.75 to S3.25 list stoclicrs and feeders, 1.75 light stockers, S3.7r> to H.25. The hoj; niarltet up until today has sen on a Jmsis .of Today !he arkct llneveil' anil hogs all Hie way froirf JS to c .sold all. the hogs had at (he -5fl mark. Ib is harvest time and c ratlicr cMJecl (o sec Uic supply of ORS light and expeet to. sec Irm rices [or while at least. Ucst lambs arc quotable from {6.00 3 and iicsl, sliecp from S3.Ofl. The veal market was h 'ittlc ronaer Ibis week, Uic hesl selling ora ffi.50 to common nnd heavy to S5.00. nil ynviv {ive stock (ti Kicc A' Whale.y, and rest, assured of re- ceiving the full market value, the best possihlp oh cattle-and remiUimct promptly made. ;