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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta flTE LETIIBKIDGE DAILY HERALD Tuesday, July 2, ALL THE LOCAL AMP WOBLD'i FORIMOtT LETHBRIDGE SHUT MACLEODTEAM OUT Brilliant Game of Ball in the Junction Moore Drove in the Only Two Tallies of the Game in Fifth Innings-Pitchers' Battle Macleod, July In one of the clean In and fattest games of ball ei p'ayed on the Macieod diamond, Let bridge defeated the local team by to 0. It was a pitcher's battle Jturphy for the losers appeare to, as good advantage as Phippeu f the -winners, but Murphy failed to g :the support that was accorded to h opponent. Two errors are egainst Macleod, while the visito: have but it was the bad plaj (hat 'are not recorded that lost th home team the variet known as bone-head plays. Lethbridge scored both their run .Jn.: the fifth innings. Evans opened the 4re that put [Macleod to the clea a wild heave by Welte and beautiful and -timely hit by Gee Moore put .things right for the invai Jb happened thusly: after Evan vlngfed, Josh Moore hammered grounder.tp Wells on third, who thre1 the bill to the noods aliening Evan -Jfoore to take third' and secon Tespectfully. Then Geo Moore sing led aod scored, both runners. Seidei Decker next .up, hunted and beat "safely to first and then stole secoi Mere is nhere Murphy displayed hi pld time form; with two men out, h, out Sellens, Meyers and Greei jn a row, a.bone-head play or two wiped the ilate the game might easily have gone on the record as the fan ciest game of tile season In the lea giie, dr.at least the best that, Macleod lias' Taken part in. Murphy struck out thirteen men anank people and lir. Manuel lett the comfort of the ipperi, who will remember their sit as tbe very best Taker Junior Ball was Defeated Here V Tiber went down before Lethbrldge-Indlah Junior! yester- day morning. Shorty- Munroe and Curly tho .local battery, prov- ed the undoing of; the Taberlles, the score being for ihe homebrews. It was the best game of junior ball ever pulled off In the' city. Lethbridge Golfer Made Good at Calgary golfers made a goo showing at Calgary in tho comnetltlo with the club there. Out of. tol Illghts, Lcthbrldge won two, C. G. Nourse being four up ami. three I play on the fourth and II r. La. we 1 up on the (bird. Mr. Hugh' Donna, made a keen fight in the second fflgl losing out In the semi-finals. Tweut eight holes were plajed In the.qualifying round Jfr..Wilso of Calgary made the best .score ;o fctrokes, doing fouiteen holes in 64 the bogey being 63, Mr. Lawe, Lethbridge did the course in: 65. In the match between tho tiyo pros Barrett, of Lathbrldge, had ;a Blgn'a victory over Hamilton, of Calgary, be 'UK 6 up and 5 :io play. The Lethbridiie players are still ;i Calga.y competing In a sweepstake. BIG CELEBRATION AT MEDICINE HAT Dominion Day Creates Holiday in the City's History Medicine Hat, July pro ed to be the greatest holiday in U, ustort of the city. Preparations ha-t leen under way ,ior. the past' tw months and theihones and plans he promoters were i.ully realized. Thousands of visitors flocked to th ity early this morning on jspecia rains, gaily bedecked, streets uildings greeting them. The citizen isponded nooly to the call to decor te their home of busi ess, and thousands of varied colorei gMs and all kinds of bunting and ags gai e the clt> a gala appearance huge procession opened the pro eedmg oMhe day, and this was fol ffwed by ball a large nd varied, progiamme of sports The 101 Ranch Show was in town nd the evening uas set aside for akmff in their performance, and the exentg'Were brought to a close OVERSEAS FOOTBALL CLUB The following team will play to- in a league game against the allies on the bull grounds Sumner, Home, Chliholm, Ciuild- 'Mullen, Walkemton, Bembridge, Thompson, Brennin, Slmm. Joice. All playen are requested to be on the grounds at 30 sharp. AMERICAN TEAM TAKE CLAY BIRD MEDAL AT OLYMPIAD .Stockholm, July individual rifle competitions vere itarted here The coulpet )ton ffred flrtt 3M metres and then at MO maim. At the drat range, Mich conftMtor Dre4 ten shots i! a bullfreye tmrget, four prono, four lad tvyo standing At the comiHttitor fired at a figure target, fire prone ud "ve kneeling The time limit for web ta three Mfmitw. The Hungarian Pjrocop led at the XOO metre range vith ri icore of 97. Lleottnut Carl T. Oaborn, of the Uni- ted'StateB liary, tied for aecond plaoe and Greek rifleman with a >oore of 95. In the ihootoll got second place with a acore of 98 which wa> higher than winner. Skogen wai third with the Qreez fourtk. Sergeant B'ul- YOU" th- polite lullo saooked M tllit we're ill aaaoko no 'Tla tbe i the atock, by iktUod fla- TOT aad quality. Elite 'Special ia tko 1 for Me M. Bannon. Boot and Sailer, D Stevenson, J Meadwood 220 Coughlin, H Pingle, B. H. Jenks. Sack Hugglns, J. Shields, J. Galloway. Putting the Knight, E Jenks, C. McLean. Egg and Garden, H hams, M Holt Fat Men's Farrell, J. Dom- brosky, C. McCormick. Band s Thread and Needles-Jessie Garden ind H Huggini; Stella "Williams and Leslie Hoover; Holt and M. Smith. Obstacle Halworth, W Bannon, C. Adams 28sec Hop, Step and Aiken, CoiKhlin, W. Bannon. Weir, Adams 2mln A. Taylor, W. Cblpperfield. Throwing tbe Knight, Anderson. 76ft. liiin Mile T Christie, J. Anderson, 5mIn. 9sec. INTERNATIONAL SCULLINQ Toronto, final deposi of ?500 a.side has beeii iimde by Ed ward1. DiiTnah, :6l Toronto, and Win Hainas, ot Boston fol their sculling race here on-JUIy 10. BOW HAD A BIG DAY OF SPORT DESPITE RAIN CARVER GIVEN OICUION Mullen Fouled In 19th and the Fight Juljr boilng contest Mtwwn of Michel, and Barney toolgkt, was given to Carver hi the 1Kb rouid upon a foul, de- cided br O'Brien Some dla- aatlf fiction wn expraaaed by aoae at he'sptotiton who clalai that Mullla did net bK Carvar tbe latter waa down on bta kiajaa. 'r RECORD PRICE OUTFIELDER New York Gtta '.tyalonoyy Irockion Star, lor The highest price ever for a ball player, excepting a pitcher, was for Pat Maloney, the jjhenbmenat oii.tflelder.: of baseball team in the New England league. The New York Highlanders have been the luckv team In securing MaloneyT Frank Karrell, owner of the team, Instructed Arthur Irwin to go the limit and Now York paid to close tbe deal. ley is rated a rival for Ty fleet-footed outfielder, hitting the ball at a iHaloaay quit the game two o to take part In Is elpacttd that Ma- ijr will Tr Cobb a run lor the Band Concert, Baseball and'Numerous Athletic Events (Special to the Herald.) Bow Island, July Domiu- on- Day .Celebration .planned .by the Sports Committee >w as not all that it might have been, on account of the unfavorable weather. During the an- ire forenoon of. the big day, rain ell in a sort of Scotch mist, but about noon conditions improved slightly and ,he rain ceased.vlyT bf The in a quandary, s to-whetlier should call off the ports, or go ahead with, them, it be- ng finally decided to pursue the lat er course. At2-p.m. the band turned ut and gave a-short .concert, on the treet, which waa- much appreciated the hearers, although the band was andicapped by (be'mg "'shy several of ;s members. At 3.30 -.the' first ball game wa tarted, between the' Borden .nine an( ae Bow Island .juniors. The dianipn.'....0.254 Turnips, per Ib.............. P.iriinps .........0 31 Onions, per Ib. 0.05 Butter and Eggs: Dairy -butter vv 0.25 Creamery butter. 0.33 Eggs, fresh........., 0.25 Cattle on the Hoof: Steors, per pound COVYB, per pound....... Cows, dressed, per pound Steers, dressed, per pound Sheep: Live, per cwt........, Dresned, per Poultry: Geese, live ..-.-.y Turkeys Ducks Heat: Dressed, per Ib........ Live, per cwt. 005V, 0.11 0.13 S.OO 11.00 03! 0.1! 012 Oli .011 OOS TUESDAY'S GRAIN MARKETS OlOSB lOS'.i scores'were made. Possible A B Stamford J. Gieniater- E. :0. Stickler V B Recle 25 i 23 13 18 IS 16 25 Tot: .BASEBALL' VERSION It's easy, qnoughrto be bbosHng When tlie home team is right on But the fan that's 'worth while ]s the chap who can smile Whcir.the locals have struck a big Slump. FOOTBALL .TONIGHT Piesident Robins, of the City Football League, informed the Herald' at 3.30 -this afternoon that the game between tho Cal lies and Overseas .would take place as scheduled, if the weather .dM-'-'not turhi bad, in meantime Winnipeg, Han., July ,2. The grain ninrkets opened and closed to- day as follows Open July............ 108% October.......... 100 90% p i July 43% 1314 October.......... '38% December....... Julv 201 201 October......'. 167 Cash Prices No. 1 Northern.......... 108 No. 2'Northern-......... 105 No. 3 Northern 107% No. 5.................. 76 No 8.................. 62 Oats- No 2 C W............. 43 No. 3 C W............. 42M N'o 1 Peed 12 No. '2 Feed.............. No I 56 Rejected.................. 48 Feed.................. 48 Rejected............ 386 Minneapolis Wheat July............ 109% September 104% 104H December 105% 104% Chicago Wheat luly........107K 106% September........ 104 103% Decembei 105 SYSTEMATIC SEED IMPROVEMENT Latest Dope Of Big Leagues Shows Old Mike Donlin a Leading Hitter -Mike Donlin has to the most doubting that he is still- th- crack batsman who was once fefiped all National 'League by clouting at a .420 clip, laJting tho batting J the demon slugger, Zimmerman. This ihe figures showed at ot last week. of the Reda Is the. list'with an average of .409, wttile Zimmerman, who has played in At games, is still hitting abova. the .400 mark. Speaker Leads. American Trls Speaker, the speedy Boston iiitnelucr, hns again resumed tho lead n the American league, having passed he veteran Lajole during the last week. Ty.'Cobb Is third on the list with n average of .075 In 57 games. aokson has slumped noticeably dur- ng the last fortnight and has dropped 'elow Gandll, tho National's sensa- lonal first sacker, who is fourth illCf, occupies the Mine place] that he has filled since the opening oC the season. .He has lost no games and has won 17'to date It will be noticed by the tables be- low that New York haa six pitchers who have won GOO or more of their games. Plank-Leads American Eddie Plank, Connie Mack's veter- an southpaw, Is well nigh in the American league, having 10 and lost only one game His team mate, is the next best, with 11 victories to his credit and but 2 defeats. .Wood and Hall of the Boston Red Box, lenders of the league, have re Jnatkable records, each having won over 800 of tholr ganres Big of the v.'hltfe 3av Is the. iron man of .the league, having worked In no less than 23 is credited with ten victories and six tdefeats. Walter Johnson of Washington Is well up In the Hat, baling won'three otfths of" the 16 games in which hai> worked. In the production or tho ordinary farm crops of Canada, approximately bushels of. seed are requir- ed In viewot the enormous extent to "which yield is dependent upon the quality and of the seed sown, ft is of the greatest im- portance both to the individual farm- ei and to the nation that as much of this seed as possible be of a. high' order. The widespread effoits which are being put forth in Canada by the Canadian Seed Growers' Association to encourage a larger production and more t use of ptire and Utal seed of productive sorts, is the sub Ject of d recent address by Mr I II Newman, secretary of tne as- sociation, delivered before the stand- ing committee on agriculture and col- onization of the House of Commons. In this address the speaker traced the origin and development of the aBBOclgftlon and briefly with the real nature and extent of the results which nre being realized.. An initruct- ing exposition [n also given 01 the modern conception' of the principles ot plant" ement and of the ef- forts 'which being 'made to take advantage of these principles in the amelioration of o'ur plant races. Fin- ally there Is presented the system ol aeciij registration and the recentls instituted plan of Inspecting ihd seal- ing all sacks oi seed before the) leave premises of thoce. growers groiv seed for the trade. This address which Is printed In pamphlet is being distributed free bv the Pub- Branch 'of the Dannrtmeai I of Agriculture at Ottawa, ;