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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta LOCAL AND FOREMOST THE LETHBRIDjGE DAILY IEERALP_ Wednesday, July..10 10J2 BRITISH ATHLETES PLAYING HIGH LIFE GAME PEOPLE'S SHIELD TEAM Tte following tl." team -winch will icprescnt 1 cthbridge at Winni- peg in the People's .Shield competi- tion and which leaves here tomorrow afternoon at 3 05 o'clock, namel) Suhiner, Eastou, 1-lolberton. Wil- letts, Thompton, Parker, Raisbeck, Hembndgc, Brennan, Kcstwick, Halk- erston, Brennan, McMurtnc and Vmong those who will aecompanv Me team will be Fred Robins, rnan- I0cr, C ttcstler, sccrctarv J. Ourr, trainer also Hon. President tckstorm and I, L Asqinth The team and officials arc requested to he at Iht Overseas grounds tonight at 7 JO sharp. Atrangemcnts have been made to results o! the games at the Aleiandra Hotel Lethbridge will plav Saskatoon on Satuldav cvramg at seven o'clock and the result should hi announced, here between eight and nine o'clock. Canadians Shooting With Marked Success Camp, England, July After tying with Col. Freemantle, of lockingham and Co. Milnei, of Ulster, with a score of 142 for the Halfprd Memorial Challenge cup, a match.rifle open competition of fifteen Shots, each at and jards, Corporal Mortimer, of Quebec had to he con- tent with second place as at the long) er range Col Milner marked seven centrals to five for the Canadian and two for Col Freemantle, second pr.ze Being 8 pounds At each range Mort- Jiher -tied -with Frcemantle, scoring 73 at the first and 69 at the second. Corporal Mortimer is In a fair way to wla the match rifle championship for with his wins In the Bass and Edge yesterday, at top score today, he onlv needs an average score in the Wimbledon this evening and the Albert tomorrow to gain that dis- tinction which caines with it the Hop- ton'-Challenge cup. Canadians met with a fair measure of in the yarious service rifle sweepstakes shot off today At BOO Private H VUid, Winhipeg was one pound; at 300 vards ITleut. A B. Maggs, Vancouver tied for first'place', winning three pounds; at 500 yards Private W tJavtdson, Win1 nipeg, was fifth, winning one pound; at yards Rev. A R Simpson, Ross land nas hrit, winning five pounds, Sergt Major E MacDougsll, Victoria, third, winning thlrtj shillingt, Pri- vatA 6. Mitchell, Toronto, fifth aad BtaR Sergt F Rlclnrdaon, Victoria, sixth, one Ronnd, Richardson second at yards, winning a few more HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP OF DOMINION FiQHT FIXEb Tohitay kurnt and III! Rlckirdi Post Their Money it tiskitoon Saskatoon, JUly of of Tomtay Burns and Bill Rick- ards, as a guarantee of their appear- ance here on August 8, were received 'at the-Merchants bank. Wright and O'Brien, the promoters, will post theirs tomorrow and immed- iately make all arrangements for the Dig nout which ll (or the heavyweight chunptoflsW'ip of tMe Dominion. U will likely "e pulled oli In the Auditorium rink 'irlilcli will accommodate a crowd 6 fOPAY The Miiitllni; race for the champion of between the Ameri- ctn and the Canadian Bur this afternoon on the Toronto ifee polite lultd Hawked Results of Games National Redt Hit Opportunely Cincinnati, Juts' dou- ble and Nnsan's single in the sixth al- lowed Cincinnati to w-fn from Brook- todav bj a score of 1 to 0 All the pitchers were fairly effective Suggs the second inning on account of being troubled with a stiff neck, while retired -in the eighth to allow Erwin to bat for him. SC Louis Took Both .SL IKliliSi Louis defeat- ed Boston in both games this after- noon. .Harmon had tie-visitors guess- ing.in, the first-game, while the lo- cals hit oppdilunelj and won a to 0 The hdme 'team .Won the second game by a score of S to 7 In the eleventh inning, after errors permitted them :6 tie it in-the ninth. we're 11 no bw. TH i the rktt for the _ selected stock, by hands. Unequalled in fla- vor and tjuallty. The Elite Special is ftc cigar par Can't W beat. ILITI CIGAR STORE PHONE 1311 BASEBALL IN THE BIG LEAGUES Giants-beat Cubs Chicago, Julv York defeat ed Chicago in the second-game of the series today 5 to 2.- Mathewson apd Brown opposed each other in what de- veloped into a ragged con-test, the former being forced' to use his ciin- ..ing ill the pinches. None of the-visi :ors' errors proved costlj .while all ;hose Of the locals tigured 'in the scor- ing. Plttaburj Played Airtight Plttsburg, July 9 Philadelphia, player reached third hase today, Pit's- jurg winning 2 to 0. American Washington Wins Double Washington, July 9 won the double-header lodaj from Cleveland, 2 to 1 and 4 to 3. The frrst game went eleven innings when the winning run was scored on a. nil throw to third by Onggs trying to head off Gnndtl, Who went from first to third on a. sacrifice hit anil Johnson -were strong in the pinches. Mullens Overworked Himself New York, July York Trns defenled here today by Detroit by a score of S to 2. Mullen, aftei driving In fwo runs with a triple in the sec- ond and a single in the fourth, he- came sick from the heat, and had to retire from the game Works, who relieved Mullen, held the New- Yolks sate. The fielding of Bush, Dowd and Vitt were, therfeaturas. Boston's Hard Victory Boston, July won anoth- er game from St. Louis today, 3 to 2, hut the victors came hard It -was not decided until the ninth, when a hit hy Speaker followed by singles of O'Brien and Yerkes scored the win- ning run. Athletici Pulled Through Philadelphia, July hatting rallj in the ninth inning gave Phil addphia the vlctpry over Chicago to- oav by 9 to 2. International Baltimore. 8, -Providence 8. Jersey City 7. Rochester 5, -Buffalo. 3. Toronto 11, Montreal 3. Northwestern Seattle 7, Portland 2. Spokane 12, Victoria 3 Vancouver 5, Tamoca 3. Association Columbus 5, Minneapolis 1. Milwaukee 5, Louisville 0 Kansas City 8, Indianapolis 7. St. 7, 2. Canadian Hamilton 4, Ottawa 1. Si. Thomas 6, Brantford 2. Berlin 5, Peterboro 3. London 3, .London 1, Ouelph 1. Central International Duluth 5, Superior 3, Grand Forks 3. Boston Washington Chicago Philadelphia Cleveland Detroit St. Louis ew York England is First in Cricket Test Matches CAPTAIN. MORTIMER Makes Phenomenal Shooting Score at ilstey Bisley, England, Inly the Rdge competition, all comers, tcr ihott each at 100 and 1000 yards and 15 shots at 1100 yard's, Captain Mori imn-.msde a start 'With 49 at 900 inoliidlng eight and 19 at the 10M range Including four cent followed this up by making centrals it 1100 yards, phenom cull inootinc, which excited applause frotv of experts who closely followed hli shots At 1100 yacds he totalled 72, making an of wlnilnc ftnt Brine. Pour pointi behind him Frewnahtle, the wtil known Standings Today Yew York........... 56 10 .77EI Ihlcago...... 43 28 .COO 'itlsburg -'3 30 .5SSI Cincinnati 8.0 35 ;537 'hiladelphla......... 31 37 Biooklyn............ 2S 43 .391 St. Louis............ 48 Boston.............. 32 .307 Reason for Poor Showing at Around Cafes and Not Attending to Business Like Americans THRILLING CONTESTS WERE THE FEATURES OF YESTERDAY'S GAMES Englishman Nosed German Out in Had it Their Own Way in Javelin Throwing Fear Decoteau of Edmonton American ,42 34 41 3S 38 39 30 53 54 24 .G73 47 31 .603 4j 3J .5GS .553 519 .329 61 .271 LEZIE GOING'TO. PITCH TONIGHT With Phippen and Sellens gone the locals stood to be in a bad way for their game tonight with. Pincher Creek, but the break has been well repaired. Phil Lezie will be on the slab tor Lethbridge and it his arm is in any Kind.of-shape Phippen's and Sellens' place will be amply filled. Leeds England, July fourth of the triangular test matches being played this season closed bete today when England the South Africans for 159 in their second in- nings to'which Tanered contribut- ed the top score of 39 England won the match by 174 runs, thu being [he second time thej have beaten Lhe Afrikanders. The-score by innings Innings 212, sec- ond innings, 238, total 480 South innings 147; second innings 159, total 306. The standing of the thre teams up to date is as Played Won Lost D'n England ............3 2 0 1 Australia..........2 1 0 1 S 0 3 0 Latest Results of Olympic Games American Victory Putting the weight, I. McDonald, Irish-American A C first, 15 metres, 34 centimetres; Ralph Rose, Olympic A. C. second, 15 metreO 26 A. .Whitney, Bos- ton A. C. third. N English Victory Stockholm, July metres race, N. 3 Jackson, Eng- land first. Canadian Alao Rana Stockholm, July metres a }ard separated the first .wo runners A. Decoteau, Edmon- ton and Joe Keeper, Winnipeg, wvere among the First of ZOO Metres The eighteen, heats run, marks the end of the first round of the 200 mCj race, the first two running In heats In the semi-final. Out of IK thirty six places Great Britain ed 1, America 10, the Colonies j 4, South Africa 2, Canada 1, AuitraMi i London, July on the poor showing of British nth letes at Stockholm the Standaid this morning that the are controlled absolutely by'.the--trainer while Britishers may bo seen lounging in up to midnight and later It Great Britain is to do herself credit at the Olympic games In Berlin four years hence, she muot send her besl trainer to' America for a year to learn his business The Dally Mall m momning oter the bad showing ot the British athlete's, says that the British take sport in a more light hearted fr-shion 'than 'Americans, who make athletics the business, of their llvw charnc-teristlcaliv English touch Is added that it must be lemembered howevei, that the United States is represented bj negroes, Indians, and even a Hawaiian, as well as hs pure Americans Stockholm, .lulv cv .managers time bj e'ectric-il machine which veteran English, sharps who use. Ihc best stop watches in the world, consider unreliable.. They say that some of-the records are fast and others arc slow AMERICAN SWIMS FAST Harry J. llebner, the American swimmer, won the first heal of the 100 metres hack- stroke in 1 minute and 2i seconds, the fastest -time in anv of the heals AMERICAN COLLAPSED Immediately after one of the best the meet was run in the lUth heit of the (iat race, Ivhcn there was i terrific struggle lor second place between ff M McLur- the V-incric-in, 1 Ohlsson Swcd en, and P. W. Johnasson, the Finn. McCutdv collapsed 80 j irds from the finish utterlj exhausted 1 be Frenchman J Bouin vv ho has been accused of proie sionvlism, was cry prospect id's momma; ot an ofl- dav in the Olympic games the onlv finals on the program being ihc 100 metre relav flat race and throwing the javelin right and left handed, both oi which numbcts athletes iroro the old school regard as ianev Icatutes The cililam icll this afternoon on several thrills almost it the same moment APPI EG'VHTI-1 WINS The relay race proved a -ensition 'Ihe finish between Great Britain and Qlernianv was so close that it looked like a dead 'icat. The englishman undoubtecllv was a lew niches ahead of the German, but to make assuiancc iloubh sure the committee ielt compelled to disnual- liv the German asSlhoj did the Am erican team yesterday ALL FI.XH.ND The the northern na- tion'vhtch had'the javelm all to themselves were immensely excited when the Ffnlamlm have the satis- an easv vv inner bv laO v ards JOY FOR SWEDEN I he last tw o heats in the i.OOO metres flat race furnished gieat jov when the Finlanui-ri nave vue sans- race [urmsneii gicat jov faction oi being the onlv people ex to the gllcdish populance because ecpt the far to flv their men secured second place in each 'eolois tot a trfpfe victorv, but they maung exciting finishes The succeeded in 'bleating two vvoiid s blg Kollieinaine hid his own records. m this heat A 100 vards be- Thc Fins would like to as ]llnl came H vordstoim Swed an mdependenl nation as would also i en the Hungarians, hilt the international committee has dc'tid'ed thai as thev have no dag oi their own, tho hest that could be clone' was to raise three Russian (lags with pennants displa) ing ilie word "Finland" beneath them. Seven preliminary heats in the 1, 500 metres, flat race furnished good exhibitions The spectators [ailed lo understand that the competants knew their business best were not running lo win races, hut merclj for placr in the final. This caused z lot o' cx- makc (ho paec In the sMh heal, in which stun eoiitemled Ihe Clorinin splinted hard at llio end mid broke the Upo llutc jaids In advance ot lledlund Ihu Hellish uprescntnttvcs Moore'who took third nllor n liiir'd stitigglc, vv it, cxhausltd The, second Swedish victory In llic last licit caused more eiithushbin II Wide briiiK ine Mci iure, Olympic A. A., look second place from llic, lli-itisher .CottriH. on Ihc tliiril Itepl it. BICYCLE 1JACI'' 'Ihc bievtlo utc touml Like Mahr 300 ..miles .held '.'lulv- 7 resulted Swedish icnm (irst-j licllish second American tliird. Individual prizes lewis South Africa lust diutte, Lngland stc- ond Giiil faliutle Kansas Citv, third iioNHUr itr y i m In: the metres flat race, Hon- nag of the Unittd Mates won ovci Dc'coluaii of Canadit bv 15.vards. In the second'heat, Scott of the United Elites won easil) p rr Keep er ol C-inada In iht two heats, the Canadians were unplaced DIUNC. In Ihe.Jinal of -tho ing contest., Guenther, of Germany was first Luber and Ilehrons ot Ger- many, second and third, and .trimmer- man.'ot Canada, her new time being 1 minute 19 i 5 t__......, In thcifirst and second heats of the cnance to get into flist place In the metres run dm' rot be gin until the iourtb and final lap Two-Americans, M'.'W. Sheppard and L C Madeira, and qnc English, i Hare, were? onlv starlets m the (Irst Ifrrt second heal in which (lye "'arteil, was eqmllv tame Tabcr nfiiv American slarter, headed cllement and some jeering (he men were inspired bv 'craV ol he enthu- SCALEft GOT DECISION ,QVER JIMMY1 POTTS Tommy refereedJ.he fifteen go at Edmontqn night be- tween Kid Sealer jndftimmy Potts and gave the decision to Sealer at the end of the mill. Tbi verdict was not popular. Sealer fought in Leth- budge about two 'ears ago with Lang, the latter quit at the end of the seventh round, i BULLETINS The In up for evening ford, Ne: Ahdersor MacPha JALLIES LINE-UP LermedlatH Calllleg will line he league game tomorrow s follows: Macdonald, Craw- Olarkej'Smith, McMillan, Tcnnant, Page, Douglas, and. Dill and MacLachlan siasm of the moment their strength in grand strtrt plav and were the heroes daj The'most ills-testing leiture ot these heats the contest be- tween 'Jarksdn and Cor nell's fast'John Paul loncs Jackson won' vv apparent ease and seems to be thS perfection oi a tunning ma chile. is generally considered Jones 'nay have been striving only (or a today Jackson is tho favorite for the final. AFRAID OF DECOTEAU The Frenchman Btnnn, who gave Ihc cleanest and cas'iest exhibition ol distance running jet seen at the Olympic, is likely to make a great battle of it with Kohlcmamcn m the final heat of the metres Geo V. fconhag, I A A C nnd Louis Scott, of the South paterson M L who finished first in llic first and second respectively, arc also to he reckoned with this event while the French-Canadian Decoteau showed a hurst of speed which make him a dangerous contender AGREE TO SV11M The committee arranged- a com- promise in the matter o! semi-finals ot the 100 metres sftimming competi- tion vthich all accepted in a sports- manship-like manlier ENGLAND'S HOPE The great interest in the meeting tomorrow centers m the final 200 metres dash, when the American sprinters will meet the i-be Elighmcn, Applcgarth, There is always dissatisfaction at tv'erv international meeting. The mtlhoii of liming comes In lor, considerable Uimissioa. The Decoteau C.oines-Second Stockholm, July heats o-f the 5000 jneters run off today result- ed as follows: First V. BonBag, Now York won; A. Decoteau, Edmonton, Can- ada, Hibbins, Great Britain, tliird. Winner 'won by ten yards in 3-5 seconds; Second J, Scott. New Jer- sey, Keeper, Winnipeg, sec- ond; Britain, third. Scott-won easily.in seconds Third of Sweden, won: Great Britain, second Porter. Great Britain, third. Carle son finished two hundred jards ahead of Poiter The Lnglishmin eased up towards the end. Time 3- seconds. Another Canadian Victory semi-flhai of the 1500 metres, free st-vle swam todas Georgp R Hodgson Montreal, won Hatheld of Groat Blitain finishing; second Hodg son won bj two yards bis time being 2.J minutes 2l> seconds rannj Dur ack of Australia created i new world record m the fouith heat ot the 100 metres free stjle swim for ladies her nev s'econds Englishman Wins 1000 Metres Stockholm lulv tual heats of th4 1000 metres flat no surprising rebiilts IJ'ongh the w in him came H Nordstoim fawefl nlllg ot England who won Berna, Cornell, anil G Lee, the tourtbj-neat, beating John Paul England lones, the great American miler Is loOO METRES icdicatod that he stands -l good clianc- finals Claims American Fouled An unpleasant Incident in the first heat of the 1500 metres race was the claim of Haie of Fnglnnd that Shep- paid United States spiked him and pushed Him on the grass while round ing tha last turn The English com mittee who received Hares complaint declined to prolcsl Ibe heat Canadians In Finals The Canadians Decoteau and Keeo er, did well in their heats in theSOOO metres and will run m the finals England Takes Event The results o-r the 400 metres relay (final) was nngland flist, Sweden second Germany disqualified Swimming Other results follow 100 metres swimming back stroke, foi men firsl Hedner L-nited States first O Grrss Oer many second Time 1 minute 21 sec ohds. Second lahie Germanv first T Wenk HungSrj second timp 1 minute 11 seconds Third Barongi Hungaij, first P Kellner dermanj second, time 1 minute 3 seconds 1000 metres swimming free style second of Australia, Hist Foster Gieat Britain second time "i mlnikes 9 seconds Flat Race meties tint nice first heat Jtclvin W Sheppard United States, hist L S Madera United States, second A Hare Great Britain third Time -1 minutes J7 i 5 seconds Second hcatr-Norman S Tabor of United States first 1' I Baker, Gieat Britain second G Ambergei Ger many, third Time 4 minutes seconds Third R Kiviat United States (list, il A Arnand, I ranee, N J Palterson, Chicago third. Fourth K S Jackson, Gt. Britain, first, lohn Paul Jones, Unit cd States, second, J..S. third. Fjnlapd Wins i Javelin took 2nd and S'rd'plaeW Britain to Change Methods' The British Olympic learn predict that Ms meellng will cause a radical change In.'the methods of handling tlielrlleams. They do not'hesltatc to accuse the members ot the British team, partic- ularly those of fhe university, of break Ing and succumbing to the atti actions of their rule, the field throughout, with Baker, oi England an easj second Abell Kiviat Irish American V C Irew the outside posilion in a field of jight starters m the thud heat lie broke in front av the firing of the pistol and was never headed Iwo Anrmcans, Jones and Ander- son, Umversil) of Ncbriska and Jackson pulled far ahead ot the held in the fourth heat and won Intense cxcitcmpnt was aroused aflcr the fifth heat tnc popular victory of the two Swedes, Zander and Bjourn who came to the fore in the lalp lap and finished first and second Putnam oi Cornell, was third Oscar F lledlund Boston A A allowed the Gorman Von Sicgel to III Sold by all first dassdeaJers, cafes and clubs MARKETS LETHBRIDGE MARKETS No. 1 Northern No. 2 Northern No. 3 NCI-thorn No. 1 No. 5 No. No. No. No No. 1. Alberta Hod Alberta Rod Alberla He'd Alberta Red No. 5 Albertii Rod N'o. (i Alberta Red Bran, nor ton Shorts, per ton Oats, per ton, sacked Rolled oats Potatoes, per ton ton Beets, per Hi Carrots, per lb. Turnips, per lUIb. case Galon's, per case Butter and Eggs'. Dairy butter Creamery butter. Eggs, -frosh Cattle' on the Hoof: Steers, per pound Cows, per pound Cows, dressed, per pound Steers, per pound 2700 .-10.87 0.84 0.77 .0.112 0 M 031, 0.79 i.i, 0 18 071 01 i 0 I'l O.Sli 2100 23.00 2800 29.00 to 36.00 to 35.00 03 4.50 450 or 0.25 008V4 0.05i4 Oil 01) WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN MARKETS ttmmpei; V in lulv 10 grain .markets cloi as fc'llo'ws The sed to- Juh Octobei Julj seoretaiy of the Southern Alberta Baseball lea gue has received a communication from the manager of the Cardston team with regard to the base ball sit uatiou in the southern dlvijlon ot ihls league The tafdston believe that Raymond and Msgralh lime no chance to win out this season and as Raj mood his defaulted one game and iviagraih two however Card ston team has refused to accept the bojs of the southern division lie atnid that these two towns will fill to show up Tor a home game on the date Jet foi th on .the-Schedule, and theie is some doubt is to whether Cardston will make the trip to Rai nionit foi the regular schedule game todayi The citizens of Caidston no .ilso objecting lo the gimps which their homei team have given them. Something in the neighborhood of ?MO has been rfubseribcd, and Card- ston has one hotne during the entire, month ,of June, CardslOn has' asked for guaran- tees, from bc-th towni if they fail to put In an appearance and from the w'ay matters hare been going, the suggestion is a good one, and Caid- Eton team have' ,1 right to demand thiit It be carried out The Secretary of tho league, W -McD Tail Is (loin? what he can to adjust matters, and at the time this budget lenvcs the office satisfactory atraiigements seen to have made. ;