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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday. Julys. 1011. THE LETJTBRlDfiE DAILY HERALD ORIGINAL NIGHT MGHT Tliev'ic Hcic ut Last. Tonight at 7 15 Only Original Pictures of The Coronation Our own authorized copy of this great event Positively No Fake! Compare our pictures with others I. ISO ADVANCE JN ADMISSION Adults lOe. Follow the mwd to Starkind ;ind conic early SP-O-R-T-S Magdalen College Again Victorious Crew Which Beat Ottawa Yesterday Re- tains Grand Challenge Cup Kin- near Takes Diamond Sculls and Thames Crew Stewards Cup Henlcj on 1 Eng Tuh 8 A. heat jwave.. Is .passing over ..Henley today. .Thousands upon of people are on the river and 'the.Otta- wa. ,crcw a r.'.vell yarned iest aftei then aiduous work past. ten. days. Finals are rowed off today and stiff work is before. Hie crews in the great heat that prevails. Stewards Challenge-Cup final.-was at.piie o'clock today. Magdalen. College went down stream to the stai'UngVost they were 'greeted' with a great reception. After starting in the Grand Chal lerige Giip final-at. one o'clock today Jesus College took the lead, and the crews were level at the Quarter mile. At the three-quarter mile Magdalen" took the lead and went away, winn- the lh imes Ron ing Club who [ing bj two and a qiuitci lengths The beat rijnitj Hall> Cambridge, one length in the good time of 7, minutes Glorious 12th 1911 Grand Celebration Athletic Grounde, Lethtandge Grand Parade of Orange Lodges from All Points jn Alberta. Athletic Contests 100 Yard Dashes Run 1 Mile Run Tug of Wsr Contest High Jumping Ball Game Lacrosse Match Throwing the Hammer Children's Rices Women's Races Fat''Man's..Race Old Man's Race LADIES BRING YOUR BABIES Three for Best Look. defeated }-iarroft in then ciicket match at Lords iodai b; linen wickets What's This? Tf you wish to Iniy lands OL lots in 3Ja- (Jcod, and if you to Uun siher into gold, consult Chas. Gammon MAY BE BIG IN CALGARY Caignij Tuly theie will be a, fight here of more than average class in August is if the plans of Tommy Burns come io a'suc- ccfisful conclusion pi-ins to Owen Moran and the famous Battling Nelson fight here in Calgary in Aug- ust, Last night he sent the following message to the boy Moran through his minager, Chailie llanei in Frisco Ihe message tead Will 3011 let an fight IMllmg Nelson in Mjffiiat for tnen bebt jbO per cent of the gross leceipts, the Dut nov mghteis to he cut RO nnd -10 This n> [one of the best cities I lune seen in Standing of ClubsToday Moose Ja Calgarj Winnipeg Fdmonton Biandon Saskatoon WESTERN CANADA Won Lost 40 16 10 17 27 23 17 16 41 39 NATIONAL Chicago. Philadelphia Now York St. -Louis Pittstnii-g' Cincinnati Brooklyn 3oston Lost 43' 27 44 29 44 ''29 41 'ill 40 31 30 40 27 J 44 17 Detroit Philadelphia Mew, .York 'lllcago JOB! on Cleveland Washington St. Louis AMERICAN Won'Lost P 4') 48 il i-, 37 35 23 (4 33 S3 34 41 47 was-done in three min- Rochester tiles' jfiKeoty-foui f seconds Inch is BalUmgie foin seconds slower ih in the {.Toronto in yesterday's race. In the second Buffalo Half of the .lesus College, who Montreal were stroking 39- to Magdalen's 34, Jersey City lost'their pace.' Magdalen made great Newark speed1 and 'won in'seven minutes and Providehfce two seconds; slow time com- pared with tlie race against Ottawa, who ,rowed iu six minutes, fifty-five seconds. iir EASTERN Won Lost P. Tnbciv has pro tester! the league lacrosse match played here on lull 1st w th Medicine The ground that they take is that Ihe" Hit 'layed Paddy ;.McDpri- oiigh- anti Cavanttugh. Both these players are-.well-known' eastern men and o'd lacrosse hands The Taber team believe, they hiive good leTson to piotest they will be ii'ibeld toinutl protest has been lodged with Di Leech piesident of the anthem dhislon 'Y To Hold An Athletic Meet It hag been decided by the physical department of tlie Y.AI.C.A. to holti meets'on August 14; 16, 18, 21 and 23 for the best all-round athlete. Three events will take place each day. This is donc'so that those competing will tpt .get tired. one scoring the highest number of.poinls will be given a solid gold medal and h a his name ed ipon the Armstrong Shield. The sec- ond best man will also receive a prize. While Physical Director Wllkcs is away at camp the outdoor sports will In charge of the leaders. 44 37 30 29 19 21 22 32 89 3t CANADIAN Berlin Mainiltoil- Brantford London 'Juelph St. Thomas Won Lout P. 0 28 14 .06 24 18 16 '22 20 .52' 22 18 21 2S '.481 .391 Expert English Water Polo Player Comes Here to Live A Lancashire paper has' ing to say regarding io say tiiat he Jias.'shown hiiuself.Lo be one of the best goalkeepers in Tofrhhririiro and that only the incomparable Smith has kept out of. the Eng- Irom Lngland to join his hio who recently arrived in BOSTON HAS ROME HITTERS One of tbe angles of base ball-for 1911: fact that Boston stands in the Vatlonal league and has me men In the lending J5 hit ters of the older Two of them are hitting belter than 300. "hile the other three are not far a may my a contest of thie kind would be sine to diaw a good house at Burns To Nelson, at Soaltle he sent the following message jou light thers who Iiave been living iri this vicinity for some time Onlj a 01 ago Wigin were, thrcatoned with .the loss of .one Happily this the famous Lancashire club arc to suffer an art ntil loss. Jim Peacock, their, goal- keeper, who had filled the vacanej cieated ihe depiiture of Smith, so woithth Is Icnlng Wigan a( the end of the present mouth for Canada to join some of his brothers there. Pea- Moran in Calgary in August foi bO has been iu iho Wigan goal since per cent of the gross receipts to the jfainith lcn aiul u 1S ition 1 ind team. If, however, he lias not got his international cap, he.has cd for the County Palatine. Ilia loss will be keenly felt in Wigan, where he was highly popular He was not only a favorite at Wigan, b'ut .he was held in great regard by the members of opposing teams who all speak i pi use of ihe s< rupulouslj fin in which lie always plays the game. The above tells 'of the high record .Air. Peai-ocU made for himself- in the immensely popular English game ol water polo. -Mr. Peacock is a.brolhei Chas. I'cacock, of Stafford Vancouver Tacoma Spokane Portland Seattle Victoria NORTHWESTERN Won Lost P. C 46 46 46 IS 31 37 38 67 917 .479 -.240 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Won Lost p.- Kansas City Columbus jouisville Minneapolis St. Paul Toledo ndianapolis 46 4j 39 38 ,3S .18 35 '35 34 34 .IS 40 40 43 45 .57S i70 .506 494 487 487 .449 .438 Games in the Big Leagues r boxers cut 60 and 40.' This is one of j the best citieg I seen m all mj travels about the igarld, and such a contest would draw wople all ovei the countrv ind would he a re ird house Burns It sure looks for. a good ..fight some- where near this city, Western Canada League Games TMB OP KIMQ OBOftOK V. OAMADIAN TMAT WHOM wcmui WONDBR RAIN AT BRANDON WINNiPEt, Calgary was scheduled to -play at Winnipeg yesterday and .Edmonton at Brandon but rain them playing. The .Cnlgary-VVInnlpeg game ivent for two Innings and had to be called off. (MOOSE JAW WON IN THE NINTH INNING SaSskatoon, In the ninlh inning .Moose Jaw cinched tlie game with S.iakalonii, arid nosed out a vic- tory wlifcli was In cluuht. till tiic last run crossed tlie plate. Doth loams started otr willi throe in the first and at the foui'tii Saskatoon led hy one inn THEY WERE THE (SOOD DAYS. Speaking of close anil other things baseball in (he Ameri- can Magaxine Hugh Kullerton sayH: "i nskod Tim Hunt- what the clos- est and hardest, decision he ever made was. 'It was In he said. McmninRS was on first. McGraw on second and Slenzel at, bat. They started a double steal Jennings, as lie Merman Long, hit him and Long tripped him, after wliich Jen- nings went on and jumped into Jim Collins. Tcnney tried to hold Mc- Graw, but. lie broke.away, reached second and Kicked (he bull but of Lowe's luiiids. glcnzel swung his bat and hit Robinson on tlie hand trylnR to keep him from throwing. Hobbv tripped me and poked me In the back 'to keep mo from seeing and Slenzcl spiked my fool.' "How did vnu decide I in- quired. "I called it a foiil nail, sent Ilii linen back .and'kicked Slenzel or the Mid Tim. NATIONAL Brookljn heat Pittsburg in innings today 7 In h The foiged ahead in tiie final hut the bisos full Fen) hit Zun nierman and Tooley batted home.tin winning run. Hummel and Wagne were nut out of tiie, game for protest ing decisions, necessitating a, shift ii teams. Boston Cincinnati .N'cw York Chicago 003 010 10 301 000 a 1'liiladclplila St. Louis 021 010 9 000 000 5 ooo 003 a 000 110 12 I) Cleveland Philadelphia St. Louis Hoston Chicago New York AMERICAN 000 100 6 10 000 1100 1 000 230 12 000 9 000 UOO B IMrdlt....... 200 201 fi 8 1 Washington 001 001 7 2 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Minneapolis ...'ooo ono u 3 Kansas Clly OOfr s 1 Columbus Toledo SI. Paul fi 1 000 000 10 2 ooo ODO i .Milwaukee 010 QOO 2 1 3HO 7- 1 Indianapolis OOo' uOO 3 1 Sherlock Fire Proof Office BIdg Corner .Seventh Street Third Avenue South i CARDS OF OCCUPANTS J FIRST FLOOR Hart He, 1. L. C. TEEPLE Choice Groceries, Fruits and Vegetables. Phone SIS Store No. S. BRITISH AND COLONIAL PHOTOGRAPHIC CO. .Commercial Importers and Oealert in Photographic Supplier Phone Store No. 2. JACKSON Druggists Phone-Utt. ON COPI and Stationers, i (tore No. 4. DOWSLEY MULHERN LAND CO. (Successors to Oovnley-Me- Mlllin Land Co.) City Heal Estate-Farm Unds Phone 544. K Phone Ml. Estate and W. R. DOBBIN rA, Phone M3 SECOND FLOOR W Office 101 A. R. E. SHERLOCK, Proprietor Offices and Safety Deposit Rent Phone 417 Noe. 101 B-102 104.108. BRITISH COLONIAL PHOTOGRAPHIC CO. Commercial Importers and Photographic Phone Suite 103. IMPERIAL DEVELOPMENT CO.. LTD. Alfalfa and Grain Phone 1353 Suite 105. JOHN R. PALMER Phone 1033 f'l Suite 107. GEO. ANGUS Snaps "In Farm :Larids Suites 11M1S. STANDARD SECURITIES Ren Estate; Etc. Phone Suite 101. CHINOOK COAL CO, J. C .Reid, Mgr. Operating Lethbrldfty Mlnes. Northwest City. T Phone 1114 f Sultst 117 OH. J. E. LOVEPWNO X.Ray and MaehlM. fhonenZ42 i h Suites 111 and i H. MACBETH AGENCY Real Estate. Insurance. Qreat Northern Ry. Steamship Phont 654. THIRD FLOOR Suite 201. E. E. CARVER Architect. Phone 1241. Suites 211 and 215. R. E. McARTHUR (A. M. Can. Soc. C. E.) Civil Engineer. Plans, Surveys snd Reports. Phone 1438. Suite 205. DUFF A EDWARDS Civil Engineers and Surveying Phone 14M W. M. Edwards, CjE.D., A.L.S. D. A. Duff, C. E. Suites 211 and 215. 1 H.M. W.A. Read. Architects Phone KM -yf Suite 217. T. W. CLARK Auditing Bookkeeping and General Office Work Un- dertaken Phone 4M Suite 210. CANADIAN RATE ADJUST. MENT CO. Send us your freight kills to check. There Is money In It for you. Phont 1011. Suite 217. 4 F. WAOOINOTON Aucllonser, tie. Phons 4M Suites 21) and 211. OSTEOPATHY L. B. MASON "Representing Church, Sage, Walker, Mason Plumnier, of Calgary Phone 1414. J PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE CO. OF AMERICA 220. H. I. Waller. Asst. Supt. Klcvnlor Hcryire 7..iO Free Janitoring. ;