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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 1912 i LETirmuiksj: D'AILY HEKALD MARKETS LETHBRIDGE MARKETS No. 1 Northern- No 2 Northern No. 8 Northern No. -1 NNo. 5 .Yo. (i No. 1 Alberta Keel No. 1! Alberta No. Alberta Red N6. -1 Alberta Red No. 5 Alberta Red No. G Alberta. Red Bran, 'per ton Shorts, per ton Outs, per ton, sacked Rolled oats....... Potatoes, per ton Potatoes, per ton lb Carrots, per lb. Turnips, per 401b. case Onions, per lOOlb, case Butter and Eggy: Dairy butter Creamery butter. I3gg3, fresh Cittle on the Hoof: Steers, per pound....... Cows, per pound COWH, dressed, per pound, Btetrs. dressed, per pound V 27.00 28.00 0.40 0.81 0.80 0 0, OM 0 11 21.00 '.i 23.00 2S.M to 35'.00 to'35.00 0.3 4.50 4.50 025 0.33 0.25 0.0614 O.OGH 0.11 0.12 WEEKLY STOCK LETTER By Rice and Whaley, Limited Winnipeg, July t for the past Cattle, 1261, calves, 110, hogs 1772 sheop 218 The trade in tht cattlo department has been 'one Tailing ofl for the past week The majority of the offer Ingji been grassers with man) of the Inlffat ordei Dressed beef prices have been lowered, and nhlle there is a good call for well finish efl cattlj) the peicentage of this kind (ompared the total supplj la ven email Good butcher grass lieif are selling around 5 to 5 40, that cornmand easily i week ago 575 totO A good kind of killing steers are selling aronnd b ceflU In iaet ill kinds are lower but present prices look strong when qualitj and fat ara taken Into consideration, pac leers clafmlng that the majoiltj of the cattle are poor dressers TheXecoipts this so far been moderate, sume 400 head includ ed in tho receipts going through for export theie his been plenlj to go (round with local recoupments well supplied Thoie has been leu grass alerrs so far this season that carried enough fat to stand up for shipment east Shippers should be careful for a time as the Of the tattle aie not earning enough (at to show good killing qualities Good fat stock will be In good de- mand and command good prices Ship in the finished kinds and hold iho common half cattle until the} ilo sot eood Sod c call for stockers and at prices tanginp: tiom 4 to 4 75 We nuote as fed and watered Best milkers and springers S45 00 lo JCOOO common to medium milk ers springers, ?27 00 to 00 best flltcher steers anil heifers, ?G to "o fair to good butcher steers and heifer- Jo 60 to IS 00 common uuictor stee-s and 50 to grod to choice butcher cows Sa to 75, medium cows and heif ers SI 25 to J47T, common oows best bulls, 2o to ?4 75 common to medium bulls 00 to 75 HOB values today have received n stimulus, and looked to be a coil inued weak trade this week changed, and prices moved up a quar tei, with the of the best hogs selling at 8 50 The demand to das Is firmer and it looks like these prices will hold tbe balance of the week Sheop and lambs In small supplj, prices not rnuon changed Dest molten sheep quotable from 5 to 5 50 spring lambs 50 to 00 per head, owing to fat qttalitj Veals strong, choice, to 700, common and medium, 50 to ?G 25 The Team That. Can Bring Back People's Shield Sporting Ed tor Ilciald Being present at everjv, match this yeai, I fincj (his team could give a good 'hovcing. for 'Lcthbridgc in the Peo- ]lcs Shield conpctition Goal, Overseas right back, Pater, sin, Oveisea-s, left back, r.abton, nghl half, Callies, renter halt, Holberton, S.O.E. left, halt, lirennun, Callies; right wing, Ilcmbridge, Thomson, Overseas cen- tre, Parter, S.O.K.; left, wing, Bren- nan, Overseas, Destworth, ,S. .o; R. Give thorn a trial, therr is nothing letter. LUCKY STAR. 1 think the following', team .would hold .their own in the gamer for the People' Shield: Sumner; Farrls .and. Home; Cald- well, Whyte-nnd Halkerson; Bern- bridge, A Brennan, Lm- tliiK and TennanL ;i 1 A WISHER. OLYMPIC GAMES OPENED TODAY AT STOCKHOLM WITH GREATEST POMP Royal Family of Sweden Present to. Great Gathering of World Negro Wins Walker Going Strong Stockholm. Inb he Iiwugiua tion of the Ol> npir gtimcs toilav pro Udcd .1 speolucle piobabU hab never been equalled in all theMiJslory of alkletlts fioni the UaM, of ancient I Greec which moved the m'ectftioiB de-epljv The day >vas peifeO llieit, cleai fthip iklflfc'-bwlieail stidtnui wan filtod "Wood Deoplrf of all nations Ihe dclicale cqlois of the women s (ostumes and blight unlfoims br the .IIIIIY ceis In tliemsehes made a icjiwrk abiu piotuie v 'When the, membeis of the H uas not onl> a mem j famih entered their gath oiiible scene but solemn orated box at 11 ot lock ill piesent FOOTBALL Remarks on the "Stavordale" Things -have beonv more than us lb Ilvoly week, In football ciiclefa, miiUily oViug to the comiut, ieit of a team of Lethbridge fbotball- eis to Wlnnlppfc to brine back they Poopje Shield emblematic of the soccei champion ship of Oanadu It A big uioposi tlon, both as regards Einanciua'ainl the selection of a team Messrs RobtDb and Wanloss h.tCe gone after the for mer with a great degree of but the gentlemen of tbe City league'-who have attcmptLed the latter as 1 anticipated, got tiouble Phat it> iC one ta to Judge from the screeds thiil have iippeared in the sportips page oC the Hei aid. The general trend of these" epis- tles liab been to the effect the champion Oveiseas team was not diausi on enough in the trial match played last.nigbt. These teams or- iglualh selected, but conoUIermg the sides aa chosen by: the. City league we find that Lhej made up oE Cherseae' men, eight Caledonian and eight Sonb of England One cannot condemn the selectiou cm that score alone, It fahould be pnned that the best players not selected on the trial teams and aftci all the relatiA e capabilities ot diffeient plajeis Ih so much i mat tei of opinion that he ?would be a brave man who ftouhl tatlile the job Suflice it to saj, that It he taken foi prauted that the men to the task has been allotted the in teiests of thp city at heait and will pick is in tlicii ojunion tho best possible team tor ilie Win mpos tournament and ncies wislnnsj the learn it is all Jtlnds of luck their exhibition. The.selection oC the half-back line, if chosen from among those who played last .night, excluding Chiswick, should not be difficult and 1 would place them thtie; BremmTi, ,Whyte and Holbert.dh. The forward line will give most for with the exception of Bestwlokrftkey were all pretty much of Beyt- wlck IK probably the best forward 'In tbe city and last: night he found an good partner in Willetts; who hilherto this season lias played .right half-back foi the S 0 E On last night H nliv Willetts and Bestwick should be the left Aving pair, Parker would be my choice for centre, and Thompson and For.right wing; so that my People Shield team, taken from last .night's players, .would read 'thus Sumner, goal.; Farrls and Easton, backs; Why'te and Bren- nan, half-backs; Bembridge, "Thomp- son, Barker, Willetts and Bestwick, forwards fab (he iml'ie iniosiiuito said} have smoked An Elite Special 'Cigar, we're, sure lyoii-ll -smoke no ith'er 'TIs the [best, oli the __ market for the moiiev Made selected stock, skilled hands l4Unequalled m fli and Elite Special is this 3 for 25c.cigar par excellence, Can't be beat f ELITE CIGAR STORE PHONE 1318 Probably, however, the selectors will choose lo .ignore last night's match ab a trial, m case the above, team would, tion In .inj uibc, let ui> the best possible team, and our :chance. of winning the shield be no mean one1. Last nights match between the Whites' and the 'Reds (it as it uiUi .taled to me, the piovifaioiidl and the rest ruded In a Uctory fot the 01 Red team, by goals to one and no one the gam" but will admit thai the bet.1; lean! As Int been said rhe did not turn oiu as> selected On the white 01 losing side Mclntjre and letMiai't were ahsent, then be ing taken bj Fieemau and Linmng Glen Olnfc .ind Gun vere abaenr from the led side, Lee and Mcll enn.i and '1 hompson being included hile hiswick selected for the whites' foi the reds m place ot Olen loidan ioo> This place among the The conclusion of game tui niched the of Lethbridge Cily leagt P in tlio post tiou neithei of the other teams should hegiudge them and an honoi no speitatoi nho has ieeu this'-season'smatches..will deny them. one.., more, niatch to "'play have eight points, tbe Callies ibeir schedule completed eai ned su. A point a match _, The game UHb spoiled bj the wind and rhe lough ground, for while the CMerseas club mnj be congialulated on its yerfo'liiance this (sea-son it cannot be said that its 'playing field conduce to excellence, and night U seemed if the pliers miss ed their usual environment Nor can It be that last nighib dial will jaist the selcUois in then tusk The Reds scored their two, goals nhile ilaying the wind in then and thev had much more of the game in the second half when (he elements weie against them than had Whites' lUien slmllar.s situated, in deed, if I lemembei rightly 1 don t think Simmer handled the ball in the Orst I undeistand Mclntyie can not to to Winnipeg so that Sumnei undoubtedlj be the chosen cus todian Neithei can Chiawtck make the trip Although in undress uniform Jajt night Bob" plaied a rattling good game and pi oved he had Jost nono of his old time form OC the backs on trial lapt night and Easton should make the grade, on It must be a source of much gratl ficatiori to the-supporters and manag- ers of the Overseas 10 find their ,ieam at tbe head of affahs in the second jear of evJs eucc especlallv when the calibre of the opposition it, taken into account and I here is icason judging M peiformanres so far this -aeasion to bellevt1 that the end of th'e Seas triumphs and that the> will mike show In the Scott and Wright Cup rqinpeti lions. Haiing completed then schedule it maj be permitted ro bnefh leUew the performances of the CalHes since the league tournament opened matches won OIIP, dtawn ioui and lost one while stored four goals and had six legistered against them Their de feat wib inflicted M the in their second match of the season a ot 20, then was-ob mined Sons of Kngland bj two goals to one diawn with the Sonb twkdP and rJh (lie Oveiseas In view 01 the retold it will be admitted tint the Scotchmen hive not been o foimidable tbls as in past sea sous, biit the management of'the team is in good bands and be taken for that stienuous efforts will be made during the remaining por-; tion of the beaeon to bear the Scotch standard to ihe front, agajn .in .an endeavor to capture at one of the cups still to played..for I he game ou Tuesday night was .somewhat spoiled the heavy giound, to which Lcthbridge are so unaccustomed, though "he second half was a most exciting'tinie owing cniefly to the exfaordmarj efforts of. the, Callies'to score, and gallant resistance; of the -Overseas' defence men Simmer oiiLt again proved himself fo 'IP ihe b goal Kf( r "i In the city, dud Lrj as toi as oiil> Scotchmen could bieak hK came very.near- doing so Feieia] nines And all this j too, agi'ist a weakened defence, foi while was taking the Injured Patterson's place plajed a really good gaire It cannot be said that he is the latter s equal Home also shares m the honor of keeping i i the Overseas goal Intact He k> not i bv aiy means a .finished player and! dnes rot place the that judg j ment which comes "with but he has-been'a useful man. to his j side -this .season, and never more ;so j In this match The Seas half back line are not mudlarks Ritb the possible exception of lock Mullen, but they helped hold tbe Gallic al tack m check did the front lank shine as usual Fieddie Simni should have team the lead earh ill half, but in his aiitictj to scorcx Bent the ball a toi ps of tiumpcteiK aounded fui ami vide ninl announced oj-enlng of the games. A Idigc gtonu of siiigeis then stait ed the Swedish National Hymn, wHb joined in entbiisiRBticalh by many of the1', spectators. 'Ihe of Ihe athletic te-iuis tu to the arena, ihe spe'ctators an oppoitunftv, fd'ir a, disulav of patilol ism nhkh each iiatiauul delegation among them to with all the power of theii Hmgfi In the procession tlie little file of thiee athletes following the flag a' Japan got warm At the head of each delegation marched two who carried tbe national flag and stand jird bearing the names of their re spectne countries, suimounted a Grecian, laurel 'wreath. men in silk hats, and frock coats Then came the .competitors, me of thein In uniforniB, others bare foot-ad and bare legged The whole bcdv marched .around, the track; and then massed on the green fac ing the Royal box with the standard bearers holding on high the colors of their various nations oppor site the King. American, Vjctory Stockholm, Inly 6 The first ath Jstic, victory foi the United States won b> It a Courtney, of tbe Seat tie A.C., in tbe 'thlrdMfcat' pt the -1 PO ,'meti'es his time being- Hiseconds H E H Blakenj, of Etogland, was second, and a Hungarian third. Goulding Going Strong Stockholm, Juh George Gould ing of Toronto (he pedestrian, is go ing strong in the tOOO metre walk Vancouver, 'threw the shot Howard Wins. Heat In the thnteanth heat of the IP meteu J A Hovyaid Winnipeg -won G H Patching South Africa was second and Harold Heiland A A New Aork third H was a clobe iace Time 11 seconds Keen Competitions at Trap Tourney Executive Selects Team to Go After People's Shield The tea into at Winnipeg in tho People Shield tournament was selected last night by the City league executive AH tlnee. cluhs were represented, and it Is the wish of tho executive that all Interest- ed should know thai tho final selec- tion wag unanimously agreed upon. Sitting until a verj late hour, eflch DORltlop was gone Into an dthe best man chosen rcgnrdless of club The rcrsonnol of U tca-n will not fce tnjiounced until it ia asccrtnln- ed if Hits players selected go, which will be Monday or Tuesday. -Ar- langemontB are 1 oinp midc for the players to go into UaSnlng under the hands of J Gurr A aleoper has reserved, and those wishing to accompany thc'.teAm should give in' their at once to. the president, F., T. Robins, Westley, "The final ar- rnngerctmts are The tcji.mcolOrs1 will be tho blue and white' stripes of' the Junfcr S. 0. with the breast. Altogethei "the game a fitting 'termination to rhe series played .be- tween the tuo ie.ims, in which Ihe rough and bis been pitted against thf 'scienafic team and as is often the case s( fence has gone down ;to defeat. To Fcirm a Boating and Swimming Club: Newcomer's Plans for Water Sports i at Henderson Park Lake During Dry Farming Congress A big and fcloiious lesntta on Henderson Purl lake Vanning Consent. weeK il, the latest lr Ihe of an ex- pert In this line of upon iiMtureB. I.ethbildge people and ilsitms during Drj-Faunlnfe Confess will be tieated to a branch oC sport heie and theie Is ig than compotltlonk In the water, and on tbe water The plans uill tot cdnoe races and boat races of all lands and the vailous BvUmmlne eienls Included In the list of acquatlc aportS; P J Mc.lnenlj, nho Is tbe Hhersicle l.nmhei Co, here Is fathei of the scheme Mr Mclnen> Is a. leteran oarsman and ilverman, lafelj of St Lanibeit oppwlte Montreal a celebrated boating and swimming resort on the St Lawtence. a place most people are well acquainted wltili b> thej havent seen the place Mr Mctnenl) Is an old organizer of boating aid swimming clubs and haa all the appearance of having those quallllos when coupled vilth spell success idea Is to Hnd the feeling ot the .citizens regarding a Boat Club for Lelhbiidge and It re now the riglft time to get, things going He has bad interveins with man-v of our business men and ill are itronglj m fai or of bis plans If this is gotten underway a regatta tould be arranged for Congress and all kinds of mei sports could be arranged and no doubt it would be the greatest attraction in Lett- bridge MUnenlj would like the Amusement Committee to gne this matter their attention be meet them and arrange to tall a general meeting as'early as possible A ot all interested -nlll be called, m all probabilitj f.t> the end of next week in the parlors of the 'i M C A nge to I _J RICKARO AND BURNS 4 Vancouver, July Jini JIahoil, 'managtr ot Bill Kick ard, local heavyweight ceived -woPdj-frotu Calgfirsithat Tommj Bums had finallj sign the articles of agreement to meet Rickard at Saskatoon in a fifteen round fight on ingust 8 foi the heavyweight cham- pionship of the Dominion The Gun Club tournament held at the trap nhooting grounds at the, Athletic Park to he a highly successful event T he reature of the touinament was the keeness of ihe competition and it was on more than one occasion to the contestants snoot off to finallv decide the winnei The Al beita's Pride Challenge Gup donated H Malt Bishop score of out individual cuu don 17S bv the Lethbiidge Co bj A W ot Bassano itt of o possible lO The championship ot Mbertd aled by the Calgiri Bieumg ft Malt ing Co oaptined hi D A Diuulda with 44 birds out ot a pos Mble out of 30 0 A Lelb blldge got second place with -11 birds while A Bishop of Bassa and AV tt AhLaien of C'algaij tied for thud and liad to divide th" monev The high aveiage was -non bv W BUhop score was 184, followed W B 'Me' Ijirer, nith 183, and D with t cup donated the bj Jn the team championship' o berta a handsome H E Aleihsoh o( hotel Lethbrldge came thrcwgji, ulth filing: colois, running up of to Calgan s IT A third. team' of professionala scored 102 with a picked team following the rear with a scoie of 91 It was a great (iaj s ahd much credu'ls due to the local trap ahooteis for their entei prise and ener ky lu contributing to Ihe succew of Ihe affin Theie vias a large of onlookers who evinced the est Intel est IP the of each competitor It might he that the major ity ot the Phooteis found' It difficult to make good scoies In the afternoon owing to a fieaklah wind which rfwept the field Tuc Sons ol Tngland juniois- tn umpiled ihe in rheir ihttimedMte league fixtnie oi1 hilrsdm md IhPir clianie of lopping Ihc le.lj.ue look .is H lesult ill aw with the Callies will insJie them the championship defeat will put them on equal looting Ibc Scotehinen cltatint a piajofl'fofr possession of file (Shield ,'lhc S O E juniors aie a (onsldeiablj Improved team, and 1 look to fbem to put up a treat figlil with the Calliet, in theii next en'coiintei The held (be Englishmen 'lown pie tj well in the first half, indeed they crossed over with u goal lead al but the Sons proved themselves the cleverer ream in the second half.and> scored threp goala withoiu a repl> from the 'Seas The first goal ot the Englishmen came from a .penalty, though ficm the stand it was hard to see ,i penaltj uas aw mled It ma> have been that th'J reverse took the heart out of the joung CHcrseas 'for after that they'never seemed to be 'able to. stave off the attacks of the S O F I in ".cores Stafford I ivniRSton Johnston Short Possible lalgjrv 20 li 22 19 II 32 1 21 B Mi I ircn Andrew Dow IP Karnnpp last on thoii own ground the Hillei est team This is the tilth, bl Hillcrest, an! f the fifth also bj IJlairmore, and, on account the standing of team's the game attracted-more attention jn the Pass "than any of the previous4gtmes placed in the Alberta Pass Football League Owing to various delajs the was not kicked off until eight o'clock. At the commencement of the pin it, wonM pi me (he stionger, as both tsams Hillcresl, scored three in the tint half toj With the store standing at 3-S in taior at half, time, enthusiasts who nine been fulloifins the Hiilcrest team felt sure team being the ilotors foi 4 plaveri do not realli gomg until the second half i Hlllcreit, ain on two occasions during ter half, jjitifled the belief BUpporteiB. and the gums irfts caijlA with tho score at Hilltrett, more, s Tor Blah svstrong game and conttniitUy the opposing forwards suieianie tiouble f Praser McAjh1 and Russ in the. Hiie? 'cid rnellenl wolk and had the) backed lip bj similar plai anwn( thfl; backs the resull of tlie game i'rofessionalK I, G Iv I McJ> iv In Jordan, the tho Sons have made qililo a llnd. He Is fast quick on Iho ball ind a good made about the pcnnlly kick which he took, and later lie aglilu scored a good goal. U'eller. too. was a. tower ot strength to his side, and time and again beat buck the nttacks oMlm Overseas for- wards Hooker and Davh were the dlt's men on tho i 'Seas side, but their efforls wont for nought ow- ing generally to the weakness ot their confreres. STAVORDALE. Iliucs III I lo II .pi II 21 I IS 102 Cunningham 0 SI ic (lei 2" IWEEPSTAKE EVENTS The nnde In the sweepstakes as well as troph; events in detail, were as follows v 20 Possible White, .Ottawa. R McKny, Winnipeg R. Stewart, ".Ottawa It.. Phalr, .Cnlgary G. W. Winnipeg W B Mcl-aren Caigerj R. G. Robinson', '.Cttlgary H. C. L. Calgary Dr Karnopp, Calgaryf A B Letitbridgc I Livingstone, 1-ethoridge K Tohnson, Lcthbridge G Short, Lclhlirldge V Lethbridge D A Uilnalda Mishon. Haf iin H Ririigon, C'algiry Y Yuill, Lethbrldgo B. 0. Stlckley, Lftliurldgo .1. Glenester; l.cllib.ridge B. 'Marks, XethBrldge VV S Shoier, R .Uvlrgntone. H. Cunningham, 20 1C 15 IS IB 19 13 li 19 17 15 "K, 1B.JS 15" 17 IS IS IS IS 30 20 14 16 IS 18 18 IT 18 1C 12 14 ,t 13 '14 20 1J 18 18 18 17 13 16 17 16 IK Ifi II .in 10 18 IS 11 10 IS 16. 19 M} 18 (S 15 (U 50 Tot 25 3S-7-1S4 37 .18 3d 31 if II If II i 18 32 iJ6'-13l 50 14 40 18 37 13 31 11 ,36 20 li 15 }7 14 18 15 14 12 14 17 I 29-13J altogether different. defen.ce dldinot pile- foot still i bothering him not haUnnj iet recovered firm'the kick received in the match plavecl against Bur- mis The forward line plajed a het- rei gam-2 than thev have done before in the present season, Corking to- gether like ably seconded by the halves t'J G blocks, T halfbacks, D Dunlop, W Afoodi' A lamuorlh' fcrnards, M D rraser I McAndiews and 1 Dajvson, bickfji H Adlam and't 4 half back's atson, B 1, Fettle forwards F Grimshavv. W Rochester, J les and UPn Adlam .Sunday School Soccer Wirtmlniter Beat St Andrew's In4 a ,fast and football game In the Snndav School league, Ibe Wostmlnstm grounds latl night, the home (r-am ilefeJted 3t Andrew's bj lo 1 The playing ot Fred Sinmi was >.feature. i Playtd K Tie The gaine between 8t Mnry anA St Cyprians WM thrill from istiiit, drin Vy WM on W'-f t Cyprliir's oflt' large which In tiw priitj-ofJUit 'g-irae t {'ae ot f-' I ;