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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta LETRBRIDOE DAILY HERALD Monday, July 8, MARKETS :Grnln prices on the local mirrkct to; dity-Bhow a decided this, be- ing duo, it Is said, to the saUs.'acloiy imtnro of the United States crop ro- noit, and !ho nimoi thore IB an overplus of wheat on -the Chicago lilt, There no .variations IiK the quota- tions on othc'r conimQdltlos: NO. 1 Northern No 2 Northern ALL THE LOCAL ANO WORLD'S FOREMOST EVENTS BASSANO JOCKEYED OUT OF WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE MID-SEASON CHAMPIONSHIP Edmonton and Red Deer Pull Off Crude Deal 'July tho crud- est deal 'in baseball this season pulled oflrby Edmonton.and'Red Dee here against Bassano on Saturday This day was the closing one lot th half ot the season, the to play, off with the second serie .winners. It poured rain all Frida night and, Saturday and tho diamon here was mud six or eight inche drop, In the early afternoon no contemplated a game, but i was learned that Bassano had won I -Calgary.- that afternoon and anothe .win iii the.evening would lead th) league, a hurry call was sent out am in pouring rain, Ked Deer and Ed nionton rushed down to the diamond While players floundered around in mud like flics on stick; fly paper, a prefunctory six inning game was play cd and then in broad daj light Longe necker railed the game and no one kicked excspt a few spectators of the game Of course Ret! Deer won, the score being 4. to 3 And Bassano, who captured the dou Me-header on. _Saturclay at Calgary thus were out of the firsl series. The score Edmonton ..............001 9 Wed Deer..................400 7 0 and White Man- ning and Blisb. BASSANO TOOK BOTH Calgary, 'July Bassano won both ends of Saturday's double- header irith the Bronchos, but failed to capture tha mid-season pennant, owing to the fact that the Red Deer team won from Edmonton m Edmon- ton. In the afternoon game, Myers oiitpitched Cummings, late ol Jim Brown's Winnipeg Maroons, but a cosily error by Wells slatted four rum platewar.4. The boosters (hie game a to 2 In the evening, Hayes held the locals scoreless and allowed but one hit, while five errors bv, tbQ Bronchos, together with three hits, allowed the visitors to score five. First Bassano 000 WO 4 Calgary ............100000100-2 5 CALLED GAME OFF BILLEP FOR TONIGHT The ball game between the local club and Plncher Creek, billed for" tonight at the park, has been called, off on--account of the wet weather. There -will be avgame Wednesday even- ing. Either, Pincher or Taber will be visitors here. Team That Would Give Them All a Run Sporting Herald: that the team for W riipeg has been selected, I put forwarc the following team to try-their merits in a trial game before they leave for the-Bast. .1 feel confident -that the following eleven players can make anythlng_ go in Alberta: -Mclntyre; Bannerman; and Weller; Glen, Chis- wtok and Wllfets; Bestwlck, Lee, Ten nant, ginning and Joyce. -.PETER JIcSONIGLB. Curley Dropped Big Bunch of Money i on the Fight Batterks Cummings and Stark Myers and Bunstine. Second Bassano ..............000 230-6 3 1 .Ct-lfary ..................000000-0 1 5 and tidge and Bunstme. Awfclm Family salit who has re- cwfly bought some old sliver at auc- titto, "this Is the old Hawkins fsmlly said tbe obwrvant guest, "tout this is ah 'A' engraved yuan It." It? of course. The Hawkinses were English, you know." 'AFTER YOU ss the polke ilto isve smoked n Elite sure smoke no 'Til the br ikllM lit na- ror.ud (ualltr.- Is tit I Id tlgtf ftt CH't h. kwt. ItITt (lOAR '-HII Bast Vegas, N.M., July 5.-r-The 'istls fiasco, Jack-Johnson jieavyweight champion- hip title dfeatlng Jim Plyiin, the 'ueblo fireman, cost Jack Curley, the iromoter, about This is the by Curley, who says hat this loss does not include" the 110, 00 guarantee put up by the business of the city to bring the fight ere. "I paid Jobuson yesterday Curley declared. "The gate eceipjs of the fight will amount to pjroximataly Every dollar f the expanses of promoting the fight was borne by myself personally, no one else being interested with me. "The financial end was a complete failure. I stand to lose about of my own. money, to say nothing ab- out the put up b all tho time. Both teams had sev rai good chances to score, but Miche down and only landei wo, R. Dugdale doing the trick both mes. The fact that hoth teams were very uch dissatisfied with Referee Wilson Fernie, speaks well lor the v.ay at gentleman handled the game crowds were well pleased with referee even if some of his deci- ons ilid not appeal to the players. The line-up Watson, Evans ampson, Morris, Harper, edclingtori, McOovern, Chalioner, 'own. T. Dugdale, Dugdale, W. I: Hutton, I. Marsh, Fisher, H. Varlej, R. Pefcrie, T. Marsh, A. Variey. BASEBALL IN THE BIG LEAGUES Results of Games National SUNDAY GAMES Reds Win Firtt Cincinnati; July de Biooklyn in the first game o the series here today, 2 to. 1, in teu innings, Benton was hit niore freel} than Bargcr, hut he managed1 to keej the hits well -scattered. Hoblitzell's doublp and .Mitchell's single' In the tenth inning, won. for the Brooklyn ..-001 000 000 1 Cincinnati... 000 010 000 l-ril Barger Beuton Clarke. 9 0 SATURDAY GAMES Thirteen 'Inningt liiladelphia Boston Schultz'and Killifer; anil Rarlden. 020 021 320 100 220 005 001J.OO New York 5, Brooklyn 3. New York 001) 101 6 4 Brooklyn S. 4 Ames and Myers; Rucker-and Mil- ler. AT THE BUTTS SMAL1, TURNOUT SATURDAY Thousand Yards Rings Used for First Rtsulta St. LoilisM2, Chicago 7 Chicago 7 St Loufe Cheney and Archer; Bliss. 104 040 030-12 15 Steele and Cincinnati Cincinnati..... Pittsburg..... Fromme 'and and Simon. 1 100 000 000 001 McLean; Robinson 7 2 St. American SUN'pAX? '.GAMES CubsSuccessf ul Series Louis, July Chicago from St. Louis -this -afternoon, 3 to 0 and made it four but of -five; Chicago 102 000 3 4 1 St. Louis OOQ 000 0 10 2 .Lelfield, and Dale, Sallee, willlS'and Bre'snahan, Naps Shut St. Louis Out Cleveland, July Cleveland de feated St. Louis today 4 to 0." Steen kpt the hits well scattered and re ceived excellent support. Pratt'! fielding, and a throw to the plate ty Birmingham were, features. v Cleveland ____ 0.00 201 4 6 St. Louis 000 000 0 7 .2 Steen and Livingston; -Hamilton, Adams and Krichell. SATURDAY Washington 8, New York 7 Vashlngton .-001 002 10 lew York 11 Hughes and Henry; Ford Sweeney. Boston 11, Philadelphia Boston..... 'hlladelphia C. Scott and Corlgan; app.' Detroit 4, 8 hicago Woo 1 Dubuc and Stjfllage; BeaJ- .ubn. f; There was a very "small attendance at the regular shoot o! the Rifle As- sociation on Saturday afternoon. The thousand yard range was used for, the first time, the targets of tho 500 and 600 yards'were used In place of the regular 1000-yard target, being two ft. smaller; it Is not to be wondered at that the shots could find it verj easily, especially' SB a strong was blowing at Ihe time. The lack Interest by the members k surprise to the officers, and It is ed that the coming Provincial Dominion shoots Hill cause a numbe of members tp tuin OR, t practice. The following scores made: the 200 Yards T. W. Green E. Andrews tktt." fire of 3 to 1 at T. W..Green. F. Dryans Carlson E.L. Andrews r. Carlson.. F. Bryans T.'-W. Green T. .W. Green F. Cvrlaon F. Bryans W. 500 Yards 100ft, St. St. Louis. Cleveland O'Nell. Cl.v.lind t. 13 10 .nd Kobler and 'Cleveland 4, St. Louis 3 6 4 7 1 -Brown and Krichell; Baskette Easterly. Chicago 10, Detroit 9 Detroit........101106 15 0 Chicago.......123 010 012-10 15 1 Moran and Stanage; Laage and Sul- livan. Association St. Paul 9, Minneapolis Minneapolis li, at. Minneapolis 5, St. Paul X. Louisville 3, Columbua Columbus, 4, Louisville, Columbiis Louisville SUNDAY GAMES Indianapolis 8, Toledo 7, Jndianapollil 2. Milwaukee 10, Kansas City 5. Milwaukee 4, Kansas City 3. Kansas City 5, Milwaukee.4: King and Queen at Henley Regatta First Time to Receive Royal Patronage An Ancient Display by Watermen July Regatta, England's famous water car nival. today reached the culmination )0iht in air the big events and for-the firat time since its inception in 1S39 recehed pationage of the Ktog His Majesty accompanied by the Qiieen came from London 6 Henley .by train. On arrival: there Ci-ng George and Queen Mary embark- ed.on the Royal barge, which was bril- iantly emblazoned with red and gold ahtUmanned by the King's watermen liveries of centuries ago. Their "ifajesties then proceeded down the loufse to the Royal stand from which hey -watched the final heats of the British Acquatic championships. -Beautiftil weather favored the ocas- pa in marked contrast to the days rhicb praifcuded and the scene on.the her was one of brilliance with ecorated house boats, .more modes unts, skiffs and canoes lining th ourse, all their occupants in lightes (.slimmer attire. During the afte ooh the Royal party proceeded th ull; length of the course and receive :most hearty welcome. In the final of .the Diamond cha enge sculls, W. B. Powell, of tbe V Ing :RowIng Club beat McCulloch taking the course in .8 minutes, .4 econds, which is slow time, the re ord being.beld by Kelly of Lean der, 8 minutes, 10 .seconds. This wa a-good race but when close on horn McCulloch stopped exhausted and Pow ell 'won easily. McCulloch .was leac ing at the half way point his tinn for that "distance'being 4. minutes, 1. seconds.. Eastern Lacrosse NATIONALS 'PLAYED RINGS AROUND TOHONTOB Montreal, July- Torontos clashed' wifch the Nationals here this afternoon; .and the Nationals sprung surprise by playing' rings aroum the-Torontos, defeating them by. five goals to three.. A fair-sized crowc watched the contest Line-up- 0.81 0.17 oii2 0.3IJ 03li 0.70 No. 3 Northcin No. 4 No. 5 No. 8 No. 1 Alberta Hod No. 2 Alberta Red No 8 Alberta lied No.. -I Alberta ,'i No. 5 Alberta Red- O'.4fl No; (i Alberto lied V. Bian, per ton 21.00 Shorts, per ton" '2300 Oats, per ton, sacked 28.00 Soiled bats 28.00 Vegetibln: Potatoes, per ton 27.00 to 3500 PotatbeS. per ton to 36.00 Beets, ppr Ib 0.3 Carrots, per Ib O.SH Turnips, per 401b. case 4.50 Onions, per lOOlb. case 4.50 Nationals Cattarinch.. Duckett Decario Clement Lachappelle Position Goal :P-Oint Cover Defence Centre" Degan Dulude Gauthier Pjtre Gibbons Powers Marschali Stagg Braden T. Fitzgerald Longfellow F. Fitzgerald S. Pellen Sydney Crew Won Grand Challenge at London, July 6.-C.The flnaj of th( Grand for eight-oared crews excitement Sydney, south Wales, winning i from Leader, making the fast time of 7 G seconds.. The Austral ians away at the start, stroking theimihute, and Leander at 41 crews' -were level at the end ;he first quarter mile, but the colon fals were head at the half-way mark ENGLISH CRICKET London, July gainec a second victory over the Australians winning by eight wickets. Kent beal Surrey by nine wickets and Notts beat Derbyshire by an innings and 3 47 runs. The SouUi-'Africans. defea't- ed Warwickshire by six BULLETINS OVERSEAS LINE. UP 'The following will -he the Overseas line up against the 3. O. tomorrow night in the Lea'gue game: "Sumner; Home and A. N. Other; Halkcrston, Mullen and Cauldwell; Joyce, Slmin, Brennan, Thomson and Bembridge. NOTICE TO PLAYERS The .following are requested to be in the Overseas ground tonight ft 7.30 or. training: 'Umner, Halkerston, .Bren- nan, Holberton, Bembridge, Thompson, Parker, Brennan-and Mc- Murtle. Canadian Guelph 11, Hamilton ,0. Hamilton 2, Guelph i: .St. Thomas 7, Ottawa 4. Peterbpro' 16, Berlin 7. London 5, Brantford 3. International Buffalo 6, Toronto. 5.- Baltlmore 9, Newark. 2.' Newark 1, Baltimore 0. Rochester 3..- Providence 4, Jersey City 3. Jersey City Providence 4 Toronto 10, Montreal 2. Vancouver. 2, Portland 0. Tacoma 6, Spokane Victoria 6, Seatlle 4. SUNDAY GAMES Vancouver, Portland -4." -Seattle.9, Spokane 3, Tacoma 2. Spokane 2, Tacoma 1. Donlhee Outside Lamoureux ........Kails Inside CHICAGO WHEAT MARKET Chicago, III., July was a little further .decline ;in wheat .today; after which a rally.took place, liquid- ation seeming to have reached an end and the visible supply'decrease, being The close was firm, but% to cent n-et lower at for September. LIVERPOOL LIVESTOCK -MARKET Liverpool. July. Rogers ft Co cable that though trade Jt Blrk- enhead blow the mar- ket quiet but firjn, and Satur- day's quotations were easily main- lained, 18 to 10% cents being made for distillery cattle. Bouilliane Warwick INTEREST ON THE WANE July a thousand people .turned out this afternoon to see :.Tecumsehs and Irish-Canadians for the cellar champion- ship of'tho It was anything but stellar lacrosse, and only at times did it get real ex- citing. The Teciimsehs won out aftei a hard figbt. They oveicame the Ir- ishmen's "lead, when they gopis-'' second and at 4nd of the third quarter the scorfwas a tie. One pi the. nettled i'he game The line-up: suiftsehs Irish Canadians Goal Klngsman (.........Brennan Point Yeaman...............Neville Cover-Point MONDAY'S .GRAIN .PRICES Winnipeg, Man., July grain' markets opened and closed today as follows: r Open July............ 10G54 October........ 94% 40H October............ 36 Davidson Iraydor. Ifeen McKenzie Rowntree ornian D. Smith Defence Centre Home Gagnon White Spence Munday Layden' F. Scott Scott Outside Querrte ...O.George Inside G. Smith.............G. Roberts C. St. Pere. W.-Mclntyre. ..CAPITALS WALKED AWAY Ex. No. 1 Feedi July Flax- July Close 9514' 40 36 40% No. 1 Northern No. 2 Northern 185 Prices -106 -10S No. 3 No. 4................... 84 No. 71 No. 6 58 Feed................... 61 N No. 2 C. W.......'...... 40 Flax- Rejected Minneapolis Wheat Open July September December 107K '.09% 100% Chicago Wheat 103S 0954 100% Close 105> 100'A' 103% 99% 100% USE REVOLVERS TO FIOHT DUEU Paris Tradesmen Inttnd- 'ed to Kill Each'Othtr Montreal, July very -slim rowd assembled here this afternoon p witneas the match between Mon- real and Capitals. The Capitals walked away with the big end of but the play was exciting hroughout. Line-up: Montreal 'Position Fyon igoal Thompson point ikens cover 'tnlayaon defence ishtbn defence Irad'y defence arett 'centre lolloy home Hbgan home [cGovern home [cDonelr outside Valsh inside garland captain Capitals "Benedict f Pringlt Sarazih Referee, ePter Murphy iavanaugh; Kelley Shea Dooly Hall Miirtoh Lavalley Jacobs Harkness P. Ralph judge, Jim CORNWALL.ALL THE WAY July N. L. U icrosse game here this afternoon w well, between Cornwall and thn Cornwall beating the by fourteen goals' to six. he in the ad, and played a stealy game irougnout. A'F'TRR COAST PLAYERS Lacrosse club hive made offers to leOregor 'and 1. MoDonell, of the ancouver Clilb, but the agreement hat the N. L. U. and coast clubs me >t to.s'teatone another's players may revent-the Capitals from landing the WO, Paris, July real duel has baen fought between" two "Paris tradesmen who meant to kilC and, as a result, one of them is at a hospital at death's dcor, three bullets in, his- body. The two men were" not experts in .revolver. They had a, personal grudge one against other and they proceeded to settle it as in Kentucky, One of them is the owner of a thriv- ing wine shop, and the other sells motor cars and The last-, two years ago the wine shop keeper accused, him of paying undue'attention to wife'. left her husband, the wine shop keeper, without reason, accused his "neighbor. They met accidentally in a bar. Both had and one said to the "If you are.a maOj come out and we will settle our affair be- tween us. I shall have jour and it would not weigh heavily on my .conscience." left the bar and went; to 'some, waste ground to'have it tances accompanied them to see that the fight was a fair one, They were marking 'out the dls- lance at which the two, were to sland, and hardly had the combatants taken up their positions when without wait- ing for the command they took aim The motor car dealer was the first to fire, and he initantly lodged three bullets In the'body .of his opponent, who tell donn wounded ,tnHhe legs Him flnaomen.r-He was -curried .10 a hospital, where his condition was foutd to be very grave. His oppon- ent walked down .tho street and hand- ed .is rcVplver to the Nrsl policeman he net, "I have shot my and 1 si ppose.I have killed he said; "dot with me what you ;