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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta MrtY HERALD Westminster Again Beat Cap Holders Vancouver, July as flno liicroBK-o seen in tho Minto Cup matches bore, last full, Weetminstor and Vancouver .wont-to extra time thin aftemobn'to lireak a tie score of 3 'to 3. Thb'Royal City Uion scored the final and winning goal. It looka as If Vancouver good-bye'to tin Jlinto Cup tor this year, for, out of live entries Westminster haa now taken four and the salmon-tool- lies are 'playing us they never did 'they defended the champion- ship. That the, nervous tension in the .Vancourer.> management was great 'wne evidenced -hy the foci that Con Jones, .'president .of tho Vancou- ver oliib. wont, .out in the field for the first time in his life, and publicly roasted 'the'reforee. Alex. Ttirnbull, is pretty nearly the fa'ther of the game in Westminster, was the officiating ruler, whom .Jones accused of stealing the game. away, from Van- couver. Newsy .Lalonde, his ami bandaged 'from..the fearful punish- ttient be.Jias. received in other games, sent 'for- ten minutes, and Tones ire aroused. Jones claim- od that Lalonde no rougher than tho Westminster iiieu, none of whom penalbeO for more lhan fhe minutes during the game Mayor FlndUy, too, jumped into the limollght for u few 'moments, by rush- ing In front of tho.grandstand, and excitedly policeman io have Jimmy G If Cord arrestefl; Gif- ford and Cameron had been having a tussle and both were sent otc. The Mayor seemed 16 'think Gifilord atone to blame: aud wanted him jugged. His Worshlp'atterwardB with- drew the charge, -whatever it With a score ot -three- to one when the third quarter iy as West- minster seemed HP have the game Bcwod up. But Nick Canter, who did all the scoring that was dpno for Van- couver, got. in a goal toward the end of the third, and scored.again in the fourth. For twelve .'minutes of the fourth quarter, the assault'was stead ily on the Weatminiter. flags, and shot after shot waa atoppei) WItfc the ex- ception of the Vancouver goaltendor aud two other players, all of both Loams were bunched.around the West- minster goal. It was the-''most "excit- ing period in a lax game seen here for many a moon. Lalonde played a fine'game enough, but Howard kept right on top of.the Vancouver make. Jt waft Si ring, making a sprint paet the tired Vaiicomer ttefrncti, who finally scored the winning goal for. Westminster. Mike- Gibbons Put Sid Burns to the Clear New York July, Mike Gibbons, of St. knocked- but Siil Burns, the." welterweight, of Eng Jntidi In the-flfth round of a sclis-duled ten round bout at Madison Square Garden tonight c. The knockout oc curred eight seconds before the bell ended the and Burns was un- able, to face Iris opponent AMERICAN '.DEFEAT- German Defeated Pall In Olympic Tennis Stockholm, July 2 R Pell, Un- who on Saturday, defeated CaneliiFrahceV 'in'the lawn tennis single? was today defeated by Hydan, Germam rho score was 2-b, 75, 86 75 BIG FIGHTERS ARE RE'ADY FOR BATTLE Flynn Discontinues But Roadwork Will ;do Ojily Enough to Keep In Shjpe Las egas, N M' 1 Fljnn will take his last eicise in the ring and there after until his battle'with Champion Jack Johnson here Julj- 4 will conune himself to road work, At the Johnson camp the champion has planned to confine his work week to just enough to keep himsell In good phjaical condition Ml of his starring partneis iiaie been badH battered in the last .few.'lweeks, and are unable longer to pace set by the champion. O'DAY TO RECALL .CUBAN The Cincinnati club has about de old-ad to recall from (he Birmingham Southern1 League ciub Infielder Al medla..the Cuban who Is batting heav Jly down In Dixie 1000-NEN, WOIEM IID MORSES-1000 900 HCAD W NWSCS ACRES OF TENTS I MOO SEATM6 CAPACITY INE irfcrmui IKHTMIKI 20 TUMBLERS 40 GYMNASTS. CLOWNS 41 EQUESTRIANS 20 EQUESTRIENNES 20 AIWAU3T930 V> LEAPER320 WHf lootoglcal ntwr9( w In UM world No other Mow In UM world eta eWm tkU dwtorton. Thi Hlelit-______ ed Pfrformsrs of Evrerv tnd Atnarlct tn FHtf of Dtrthe, Skill, AetUty ud Grtet. mfrffew'lHT FEATURE AHO VMAT EVERT ACT IS A FEATURE, CXHIBITED FOR THI FIRST TIME EDUCATED DBNI- FOREST, MOUNTAIHANO PLAIN. .Mtl'l lorltr'.Ofor' .Bruta wwdorfully. Pvrformeriof thlt coun rr Eu- eullod and enlj shoifhaiu mur.-Hlth Silirnd Artlili Lntjor Fiiui SlaMt if MM Rlbbtn Rn o( HVIH fnt for IntpKUoo at til In Uneth and bTltKant In iploidor Thli ihould tw Men ibew or not Immtdittelr tho ptrwJn ui) f iMln M p m It to LETHBRIDGE Wednesday, July 3rd MftJESTIC-2 Nights The Most Important Theatrical Offering of the Season America's Leading Comedian and opera Star HARRY BULGER In the New 1912 De Luxe Edition of The Flirting Princess By Hough-Adams-Howard, authors of Miss Nobody From1 "Prince of etc. The Famous Two Dozen Princess Chorus 52 PEOPLE 52 The Original Cast Just as Played 340 Times in Chicago i Prices: 50c. Boxes Seats at Rbchon's COLEMAN BELLEVUE BY 3 TOO Uoleman, Jul} 1 in- clement weather, the (.olciifan-Belle match wab plajcd 'on SAurdai resulting m a score of 3-0 m favor of the home team. Although the past matehcb plavcd served to spicad abroad the impression that the C'oleman had struck the, twil for decadence, emphaticalij demonstrated on Saturday their- anil- ill to "come hicX" hi bcatjng the league leaders, ami incidentally, giy mg a Uiueient aspect to tiw race for the cup, RUMID A drenching rain commtni-ed just aitel the kick-off continued al' through the Nevertheless a fair ciowd of spectators, br.ued the lutx of the .elements and no doubt ..infused the plijers with then spirit of Lour age anJ enthnsiasiii Whsn? Kellock scored tl.t fn t goal jo> as unbound- ed, and when Rougheatt by a.splendid shot ilropperf another through the corner of the goal, the effect was electrical Moore, in centtc, also found the posts, and later, Holmes, though this latter disallowed on account of an alleged offside.' Three wclc more than sufficient anvwax VI fas! was, impossible un- der the circumstances, every iiriati flic Colcman team was there -with the necessary, and each and' cvety one, In ins steach individual in pulling oft the The line-up Colcman Bellevue Goal Paton Bradley Backs Marsh limerson Dugdale Tlahcs Ilougliead Miller lackson Hut ton Easton Forwards Holmes Fisher Stolhers A. Moore Pctrio Kollock t Sudw-ortii V Vatic Fcrnio. DEFEATED Eastern [Jcllovue Cual Creek Fprnie Micliel Coleman losmer G W I I) Pis 8 2 1 U 7 1 t 3 10 81318 3 t 7 .1 I 6 2 i ti 0 b Connie Mack "Aly players are just geting over heir victory in the World's lays Connie Mack of the. Athletics. have grown tired of motor cars and other luxuries, and are ready to climb the ladder. Chief Bender has een making things easy this spring ill will be shooting 'oin over regularly ereaftcr. and that meaiM we will lean the other teams just as wo did last Lacrosse OUTCLASSED Nationals Defeated Toronto Teams As They 82 Montreal, Juls National outplayed the Tecumsehs this afte noon at all stages, and won easily bs a score of 8 to t Indian bom was ellecthelj'corned throtighoui while then de'ence was outspeeded and outllsted bj the.Freuoh Canadiai attack C'larlle Querrie wa the star of the nsiting team H Yetterday j s Calgai j 1 Pointer, t son of Star Pointer, won. stake at Park, in