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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta A 1.1. THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOST EVENTS THE LETHBEIDGE DAILY HERALD Thursday, July WARNER'S STAR ARTISTS WIN AGAIN CLEANED UP MAGRATH BEFORE BIG CROWD OF FANS AT RAYMOND rmymond, July after- boon Magrath suffered the dregs of another defeat at the hands of the Warner Homesteaders, on Victoria park diamond, before an immense croivd, the score being C-0. It was a clean shut-out. The Garden City ho.vs labored with all their might and main to get over the piste, but every ef- fort failed, through the stellar pitch irig of Berg, who has begun to loom up big in southern twirling circles. Sev- eral tlioeg Magrath succeeded in get- ting men on first and second, but hard luck and t'i'ht playing prevented them from croislng the home sack. Magrath's. new battery, Phippen Sellens, were working, and play- a magr.ificent game. Phippen had 'their goat in every innings with the of the first, when they got three runs. He was fresh, and could not get his wing down to real bus- But after the first two taninga I he' handed great dope to his catch, i who iras always on the Job. Only two hits were gotten from him from the innings. The Warner sluggers were plilnjy befuddled, and had it .not been tor an error on the part ot Wal- ker rn the ninth, the score would have been thrse to nothing, instead of six. Warner made their runs in the first and. the ninth, and the peculiar ihing iboiit it is, that they mads three scores time. It was really a faster game than the one in the morn- 'Ing between Raymond and Carchton, and it was much cleaner from the standpoint of errors. Magrath was gooBe-egged every in- They were certainly oft color, and their heat hatters were puzzled with Berg's endless offerings of slant- ftps. His phenomena! drops caught Magrath lads everj time, and he fcad no lees than fourtven to his credit The feature of the game .was tluj clezzling .triple pulled off in the eighth. This was without doubt the. greatest play of the season. Cole- Man played a safe for JIagrath in centre field, his new position, and Hocking, Beglo'w and Douglas did ftHhful and effective work on the bases. .Mercer had a little hard luck 'short in a dumber of instances allowing ah'easy one to miis his ball CELEBRATED OARSMAN jBOW ISLANDERS DOUBLE TWO FAST OPPONENTS HAVE PECUL- IAR NAMS Eddie Durnan of Toronto, Who Defeated Wm. Haines of Boston Yesterday BURMISS WON GAME ON AN OFFSIDE REFEREE'S DECISION DIDN'T 'AP- PEAL TO LILLE AND THEY LEFT-THE FIELD grabbers, letting a Warner runner canter home Magrath .was lacking one of thuir Tiigular players and Walker, of Ray- mond, 'was ;plaTeoV -He fielded 'his Volition -well and got a .hit from -Berg, was indeed an honor on this occasion. Blumea, another new man played in the field, and .ilthoush he IB only a kid, he streng- thened the outfield materially. The Garden City now hss a first claw out- .field when .lim Mercer's foot recovers. Warner Pliyod Cirefully garner played their nanal good game. took no chances, and had result on their hrp. Outside of the.triple there were no noteworthy plays pulled off. Hocking made sev eral nice assists for Magrath on icc- although.he is some actor, be nice ball Warner had one their best players on the siek llBt. lApplein -was ths player, and his bat. ting prowess was lorely folt during the game. Altogaiher the was excellent. Both teams deserve great credit for the fine display of ball they handed out. TLe horse races that were Band- in at times to the 'interest of the crowd, but this .could not-be avoided. Magrath now has a strong aggregation, and with their fast bat- tery they ought to make a strorig fin- ish. There are MTeral good boosters behind the team, and Magrath will be heard from henceforth. The score by innings; JlagritU 000 000 2 n urnur 000 Tl 1 Batteries: Phippen and Se-ilen Berg Luker. .Umpire, Williams Haymond Burmis. July Lille were- visit- ors to Burwis on the 10th, in a Sou- thern Alberta League firture, arid ow- ing to the.inclement weather the turn- out of spectators was meagre. Burmis lost the toss and Fraser kicked, off. Immediately a raid was made on the .Lille goal and a glorious opportunity to score 'was missed. The home forwards kept up the pressure for a considerable time, but were eventually repulsed pointless. Lille aliiios't 'scored off a faulty clearance by Sloan, but Fisher was there and the danger was averted. Burmis re- turned to the attack but the same .old failing -was conspicuous and they still faited to Fluking and -miskick- ing was the order of the evening, due to he greasy ball and the treacherous grpund. Neither team was showing good football, because good fpotbal under the conditions was an utter im possibility Alter some desultry mid field play, Lille raided the homesters goal and came Bear scoring Half time arrived with both teams point- less. -hey Warm Up second halt -brightened up con- siderably, prospects for the home CARDSTONBEAT SUGAR TOWN BRIGADE PLAYERS PUT PLENTY OF LIFE INTO THE FIVE TO ONE team looked From_ the LETHBRIDGE CLUB PLAY8 BALL AT TABER TODAY Lethbridge will practically be out of the championiship running H they fail to get tvty with Talwr. The team left this afternoon. kiok off they took the game in hand and pnt It all ovei Lille they pressed iteadily but still they failed to find net. From a break away Lille al- most scored. The Burmis custodian having practically nothing to do had wandered down the field, and the Lille outside Tight attempted 10 shoot the ball overhead into the open goal; it then Fisher brought oft a fine save, leaping into the air and divert Ing the ball off its course From a rush by the Burmia forwards 'Mitchell drova in a nice shot which BftTvd in classic style A few rain utea later the player opened the scoring -with a nice shot that did not give Da'wson an .earthly chance. Lille appealed for offside but the referee awarded a goal Lille left the field, and we were sorry to see them take their defeat as they the score being 1 to 0 in favor of BurmlB The line up ot the -espectn e teams were as follows Burmis-rGoai, Fisher: backs, Pad- gett and Siean; half backs, Farnworth Carson and S. Stevens; forwards, Dr. Bell, Mitchell, Fraser, L, C. and Skilling Lille Goal, Dawson; backs, Sher- ron and A. Griffith; half backs, Bruz- ?.eni, MeCladrie. J. Griffith: forwards, Williams, Bell, Cleaves, Boyle Moorohead. Referee, J. Oliphant, Bellevue. and SHELBY WANTS GAME HERE Shelby viihen to arrange a ball game, or a'jieriM of games here, ac- cording to JOB Connell, who w rites to toe Hersld from-Shelby. They -want their expenses guaranteed, Organize Boating and Swimming Club at the Y. M. C. A. Tonight To the .of water, meeting hi the T. M. C A ijhlt for toe purpose af forming a boallnj and swimming club f Park wllljw wjwolalljr will be one and all will free to take part In the discussion i' expected Mr F J it ho Is the prime toda> is'ttfjie will have sorno Interesting inforwatlon to Im vexcellenl, plans to broach for a club here Raymond. July morn ing in one of the fastest games of ibail ever seen on a local diamond, Card- ston took the league fixture scheduled for today from-the Sugar Jfen, to-the tune of 5 to 1. It .was an exciting game from start to finish, both teams putting lots o-f ginger into.their work. There was one, regrettable feature, an'd that wag .the number errors that were made. Aparl. from this, however, the. contest was first class, and interest never once lagged. Pitcher a Puzzle Fullmer was on. .the mound for the visitors aud heaved fairly good ball. He was given classy.. support' by Thompson, Oardston's: fast catcher, who s whip to second Is seldom seen outside of the big leagues Although Fullmer appeared easy, many ,of Ray mond's best sluggers failed .-.to con- nect OBnen who is the giant swatsman of the teqra was up a stump and Fullmei s benders puz zletl the local tiwirler. Of course Ray: lone tally' was made by Don Skouson, the original base stealing kid. Don started on the works early in the game, and singling out' an easy one from Fullmer's assortment; nosed oui a safety to left Williams follow ed the little man 'and'biffed the pill an awful This was what son wanted, and' after. Walker had been sent waltzing to the bench and Fettis had taken a stroll to first, he chased across home plate. This, tick- led Raymond, and about all the tlcklingTthey ever did is, during the game: Cardston greeted the famous O'Brien, who Was in the box for Sugar vine. Johnson was.grinning on first, Dr Amos him good backing on second, and Williams' eyes beamed from their sockets on' third. .And Fettis held down .With such an infield any pitcher ought to make good, and Cody delivered accordingly. O Brien Pitched Well There wae nothing1 doing. for six innings. .pitched splendid and he 'was accorded good sup- port, except In a few Instances. There were really no disgusting .plays, and the crowd seemed to-enjoy the exhi bitlon. The Cardslon sluggers didn't seem to get wise to Cody's offerings In the least, and be.had.them In his palm from the start. lion from their batting, for was only hit for fourislngles whole engagement It began to monotonous and the crowd grew leaat bit -restless.'..There playing In -but it ot the same grade. Not that's meat and drink to, It was under these clrcum; Raymond thought they something. -And-what-.t! was well worth fifth they pulled off o: kind of doubles. In Ron, Johnson and This coupled with Bow Island, July of tin best ball games of tho season were placed here' today, between tlic loea nine and the 5-9 team. The visitors came highly recommended as being a hard bunch ;to beat, but our hoys were able to slip one gaiuo awaj from them in the shuOle. The 'first game, at- 3 o'clock, was well attend ed, amT so. Boyle, the slab artist for the visitors, was in good form, and though he passed one ojt two and hit ohc.innn, upheld his reputation. Beguin, for Bow Island, was not in first class conditioa, but showed up well indeed. Out of -IS balls hit the entire game, only 11 ot them went to the'outfield, three ot them being muffed or missed entirely, showing that most of the runs were not earned. However, taking into consideration the coolness of the at- mosphere, and other hindrances, both played good ball and cannot bo severely criticized. Following- is the line-up p.; Long, c.; Barhy, lb.; Millar, 2b.; Quackburn, 3b.; Jackson, ss.; Targeson, If., Flynn, cf., Douglas r.f BOW p.; D. For- tune, c.; 'Armstrong, lb.; H. Smith, 2b.; C. Hoaglin, 3b.; Spooner, ss.; F Smith, I-I-oagiin, ci.; Peglow, rf. Score bv innings -9 Bow Island -...-...........212 000 CABLES TURNED The evening game was a little bet- ter exhibition ot ball, and should iiave resulted in another win for the home team, but -for an error by the hortstop and second baseman in the which allowed the visitors to score their three runs! This was the. only glaring error of the whole game, and uns speedilj lorroiten the game proung ot more interest than a play gone The line-up two teams was pracfcicaUy the same as in the alter noon game with the exception of Fortune being put m Begum's place on the WeiermuUec substi- tuted for alia. Begum taking Iloaglm's In the team (here was but' one-change, Thiel icing put in place of Quackburn. There were no passes'in this game and only two hit. by-pitched "balls, 12 ;triKe outs one twp, and one three >ase hit. the one bv Millar and the other by Flynn, both of the 5-9 team. Score by innings GEO.GOULDING BRINGS FAME TO CANADA Outclassed Competitors in Walking Event at the Olympic Games STATES -STILL LEAD 000 003 000 Island 'were Bow Island 5-1 Both runs for1 Bow made by Armstrong. t R IIov-A.n to sfaction of both teams. DURNAN HAD IT ALL HIS OWN WAY Retains Sculling Title of America and Bet f i t Toronto Juli rjurnan, of Toronto, nephew tnB famous Ned Hanlan, easily Haines, of Bos a three-mile was about the game. The score Crrdston Riymond naileries O'Brien, Waif and Selman, Innings 000 003 5 100 000 4 'Fullmer and Thompson; MAN GETS MEDAL July Hal Montreal, has been award mttft tor Jtvaalm. sculling race f Toronto Bay this afternoon rct" mng the pro 0[ America and a purse of Haines the misfortune to break a toot !T ice m the nrst half, uhile after the hr nc as n muii-iii'iicu uj swells from launches too close to the. course But Durnan already had: the race at his mcrcv and Haines' disadvant- ages only meant two or three extra lengths' lead for Durnan, who did not exert'himself alter-the turn. Durnan made a perfect turn' saimg a couple "of lengths there.' Haines, though not so familiar iiln iiiir iour e Vc rual, did not demtf in inch from his course throughout Hamcs looked dangerous onlj at one point, towards tli" cni( of the first mile, when he drew up lo Durnan and foul ap pcared likely, Durnan having swened into Haines' side of'the course, but Durnan drew away lead to the end increased his A Claude Mac- Donncll, -who :rcfcrceoV said lie had never seen' a ropre perfect race. Durnan was favorite 2 lo; 1-in the bettmi; and considerably monej chang- ed bands. Ilie hiy was crowded 'with crall but there were w imknps, except the collapse o! the ArgoWIt club aittf tit 7 Sweden Second and Grea 'Britain Third in Points Scored Stockholm, July score as officially announced tonight is as follows: United States, SS; Sweden, 62; Great Britain 51; Germany 23; Finland 20; Prance 19; Africa 11; Denmark 11; Nor- 'way 10; Italy Canada'V; Hun- gary G; Australia 4; Hussia, Greece, Belgium, Austria 3 each; -Holland 2. Stockholm, July Gould ing of Toronto, Canada's peerless too and.heel artist won the moke walk lioaliiig his nearest op- ponent, HID English crack, R. J by 80 yards at tile end. -Goulding's exhibition was greaiH admired, and the American athletes whoso only representative in the ivcnt Fred II. Keisc, uE New Yorl A. C., dropped out alter two miles, leemed to enjoy the triumph of the Canadian- as much as one oE their many victories AMERICAN FLAG UP The stars and stripes were again raised on the three flag poles at the conclusion of the pole vaulting in honor of Harry' S. Babcock, Colum- bia University, New York M. S. Vright, ot Dartmouth and Frank T. felson. of Yale. The Columbia man icat a holder of the world's record, ut was unable to reach the record Vright and Nelson will each teccivc a stiver medal DEI ROW 200 METRES Although the hopes for a new rcc- trd were again disappointed the fin 1 heat ol the 200 metres dash was he most exciting performance of the 15 Ralph C Craig 01 the Dotrort f M C A and DomUl F Lippmcott Jniversitv-of Pennsylvania, took the onors with R. Ap- 'legarth pushing them hard at the ape. H VLIANS ,1'Tlie day furnished no thrills, except for small Italian contingent when their flag went up for the final in the men's gjnmistics with the Ilun garian and British colors beneath it. COLONIALS WIN The swimming this evening fUPI nished a new world's record for the 430 metres -free stjle >lealy, the Australian In his trial heat covered the distance in 5; 34. Ha was made the popular favorite for the final. Geo. R. Hodgson of Montreal won the sixth heat. SWELL SOCIETY No Olympic has compared with this in the number and diversity of its social features. A gala performance in- the beautiful state opera house to- night ft as attended hj members of the roiil representatives ar.'ii bmcers of the sav eral nations N0no the smaller cities can surpass Stock A smarter. .dressed assembl- age would not have been seen even in Paris POLE VAULT Stockholm, July Nelson, Babcock, Wright, Murphy and tFggla, remained for the jump at 3 metres 8r centimetres. Babcock was success ftil on first trial. Nelson and Wright crossed the bar on their second at- tempts, liggla and Murphy failed in ill three of their tilals Wrights vault was the cleanest. He landed on his :hands and feet and whirled over three times like a monkey. When Uggla came down with the bar; only threo Americans were left to divide the honors When the bar was 3 -metres 99 centimetres, (13 feet 11 1-2 inches) the most intense interest was mani- fested by 'the. spectators. Tiabcock who TIMS in fine shape went-over the bar with a clean Jump the first time, but Nelson and Wright came, down with the bar on all three trials. This gave 'Babcock the victory with Nelson and Wright tied for second place 'The bar was then raised so that Bubcock might try for the World s re corn at 4 metre-i t> (L" fa-l 3 8-10 inches.) The record held by Wright 13 feet 2 1-4 inches. Babcock's attempt failed, FINAL POLE VAULT The. final ot the pole vaulting be- gtn with 11 competitors including the Canadian W H-ilpcnlng- When the bar was then to 3 metres 65 centi- metres (11 feet 11 3-4 inches) several failed. This was the Swedish rec- ord and hence there was great en- thusiasm. When the Canadian's turn, came again, he topped the bar without touching but lost control and fell to the ground like a log on his chest his arms oulitretch'ed. He staggered to his feel, blood dripping from his noso anil was helped to the dressing room whero ho fainted. The Ameri- cans on tho stands cheered him gym- pathetically. GAMES IN THE BIG Results of MARKETS are no variations to, record today in local, market prices, ycglcr-day's quotations being -still in ovM-oiico. Tho Ions-anticipated, decline i" tlio price ot meat not yot arrived, and local dealers are Still huyljig with care. National St. Louis Going Good St. Louis, July- St." loula took the final game the Boston series itero 'this afternoon, 9 to ti, and miulv it throe out of four; 2 Northern O.SS Rsdi'Broke'Even CtnctnnaU, July Cincinnati am 3rooklyn -divided .a double-headei aerc today, 3 td 2 scores resulting ii both games. Ragon split a finger !i tho first contest and was forced to Smith's and Wheat's "battlni, 'eft hired. The fielding of both teams was off color. 4 o 58 5 0 6 0.33 2 Alberta Jtal 0.77 .No. 3 Alberta lied 0.72 No. -I Alberta lied 0.58 No. 5 Allierta Red 0 Alberta Kert s 0.33 Bran, per ton 21.00 Cube. Beat Giants Again Chicago, July Chicago defeated York today, 11 to 7, making three out of four games of the series. The contest was marked with much ex jitement. Lavender opened for Chi sago, and was hit hard, -weakening in the sixth and retiring. The locals aad little trouble hitting Wiltse and Wen; was ordered to tho 3Jub house for protesting the umpire's [ecisioh pitched Potatoes, per ton 27.00 to 35.00 Potatoes, per ton ZS.'OO to 35.00 Beets, per O.J per In 0.214' per 40Ib. case 4.50 Onions, per lOOlb. case 4.50 Butter and Eggs: Dairy butter 0.25 American Cleveland Wins Washington, July 11. Cleveland jatted Hughes hard and d-efeat-d Washington 9 to 3. Steen was a Ig puzzle in the pinches. The batting f Turner was a -feature. Games Postponed All other games in the American vere postponed on account of rain. International -11. Providence o Rochester 6, 2. Toronto 2, Buffalo 0. Newark vs. Jersey City, GRAIN MARKET Winnipeg, Alan., July IS. grain markets opened and closed today as follows: Open does Inly 110 October 96" Oats-July 40H 40 October 3014 No. 1 Feed, July. 40 40 Flax-Tilly 177 October 165 Closing Cash Prices Wheat-No 1 Northern Association ij Minneapolis 5, Columbus 1. Louisville 4. .atihvaukee 2. Kansas 'City 7, Indianapolis 3. Toledo 2, ;St. Paul 3 Northern 106'A No. 3 Northern i. 101% No. 4 Soli No. 5 72% 0.... 59'4 ?eert 55Vj Oats-No. 2 C. W. 30% N'o. 3 C. W SS'i' No. 1 Feed 39'A IFepd Barley-Mo i 56 Rejected 1C2 "'Mmnejpolis Wheat Open. Close Julj 10S" lOSV Septemnei 102J4 Decembei 102% Chicago Wheat Open Closo Julj 105'4 September 101Es 10153 December 103% 103 Cattle on the Hoof: Northwestern Seattle S.VPorlland 7. Spokane 7, Victoria ,5. Vancouver 8; Tacoina Canadian Ottawa 10, London 5. St. Thomas 7, Guclph 6. .Brantford- 6, .Hamilton 5. Brahtford ..8, Hamilton Standings National ew York 56 IS .757 licago 28 Gil ttdburg 42 30 .583 ncinnatl 40 36 .528 biladelphia 1 J7 450 rookljn '9 44 317 Louis 81 4S .392 jgton 28 per pound 0 05% dressed, per pound Q.ll Steers, dressed, per.. pound 0.12 heep: American jaton taking teams as to where (bo game is lie Lomslock pulse f 211 to been plaied A meeting, ol iass pacing the feature event 01 the the loiguc executnp will be liolil in hircl ilit ot the dram! Circuit meet- t dip Dalhb hotel tomorion evening at ig lie won fie nee in straight g so to arnngr T of the fix- call, but was forced to niaUe a ture, which will-not be illowcd to mk of 205' in so doing Grand 'Pcra a close contender, but loo itchcn II von sifely tacit time Tile horses were .well, hunched behind him md kept him goinq fast All tro racpb on toilaj card one were on in straight Hoach count in tins loxgiic standing The following were the teams last i night S 0 Pool Wellington hcrton Dennett Frier, Dilzcll regular (orip j aunUi, Hall, lonhn and Hol- lord, heats but_dcspite this fact there w as i At I FES Phompbon, plenty of excitement foi the crowd j Smith, Douglas ML Mill in An He 3 H iritilng lid srvone I i-vso- Walker McLauslilin and guessing i Dandy Wood took tne lirst ailand licat, just nosing out Victor Star U Hinlcss Dandy Wood stemed to have plenti ol speed, but was acting badlj and af ter taking sixth placr in the second leal was distanced in thi. third, fol- lowing a succession of bresks Victor Slat took the second, third and fourth heats The third teal was marked bv mam bad breaks, learl) overj horse going into the air invil casilv had the it in the 2 09 class trotting although torc- tlie first heat Chcnn kept close up cd to mike a mark hi 2 07i m ill Hie around in both heats, but Anvil won with a little to 'spare cadi lime "AFTER YOU' (11 the polite loaquito said) aye smoked, n Elltt Special ilgur, we're sure Bmoke no jther. 'TIs the best on the market for the money Made from selected stock by skilled hands. Unequalled In fin- and quallU 1 he Elite Special Is thelt 25t cijjr par excellence. Can t be beat -CLITEvCIGAn STORE PHONE U1I ;