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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Xto Lethbridgf Daily Herald, Wednesday, July r BASEBALL SCORES! .AMERICAN New' .New York Chicago At Washington St. Louis. 4 Called, darkness. At "Boston Boston Cleveland At Philadelphia-- Philadelphia Detroit EASTERN Rochester-Buffalo, wet. At Newark uN'erwark Providence At Montreal- Montreal Toronto At Baltimore .Baltimore Jersey City g NATIONAL Pittsburg-Philadelphia, rain. At Cincinnati Cincinnati 1 Brooklyn .1 0 At St -St. 'Louis 5 JBostdn 7 .boston 7 CMcago-New York, wet. ASSOCIATION At Louisville JUouisville 7 Toledo Second Game-- Louisville o Toledo Called agreement. Minneapolis-Milwaukee, wet. Indianapolis-Columbus, rain. At Kansas _ Kansas City St. Paul Called catch train. NORTHWESTERN At Tacoma Vancouver ____ At 'Seattle- Seattle Spokane 17 5 12 0 SA r lurnr nnroorn .U.E. WERE PRESSED limn ni7 TUP 17 M DI infiMILLA. Utter Had Weakened Team but .Held 'the Fast Englishmen Down With Surprising Skill tfi fl IU V OTHER W. C L. GAMES 11 10 1111 5 10 1 3 7 13 11 is STANDINGS OF THE BIG LEAGUES INew .York Pittsbury Philadelpnia Brooklyn. St. Louis.. "Boston..... NATIONAL Won 44 42 35 37 33 32 31 28 Lost -26 27 32 34 36 38 29 47- P. C. .629 .609 .522 .521 .478 -..457 .417 -.373 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION 'Minneapolis St. Paul ___.... Toledo.......... Kansas City Milwaukee Indianapolis Ixmisvfle....... Won 57 47 '39 37 35 34 29 Toronto Hocoester Baltimore Providence Buffalo Jersey City Montreal EASTERN Won 50 39 oi 38 34 33 31 23 Philadelphia :New York Boston..... jpetroit..... Washington .St. ixmis AMERICAN Won 48 41 40 41 31 31 22 Lost 31 33 35 .41 41 46 50 52 Lost 28 33 31 36 35 38 41 Lost 23 29 32 34 35 38 44 47 P. C. .648 .61 :57 .48 .46 .43 .40 .35 P- C .64 -54 .54 .51 .49 .46 .43 .34 P. C .67 .58 .55 .54 .47' .389 .319 What, the outcome of last night's football match would have been had the Y.M.C.A! been playing in full force, is hard to estimate. Certain it is -that' with only nine of their usual team on. the field Ihey put up such a fight against" the S. 0. E. -bunch that they" held these champ- ions down to a score of 2-0. The game was called1 at 7.30 p.m., with the Y.M.C.A. aggregation lack- ing three players whose vacancies were filled from the spectators' line. The first five minutes of play saw the ball.in Y.M. territory in toto.. Each team: showed a lack of snap, but the Englishman were wholly in the With another man added to their ranks the.'Y.M.'s began to liven up a bit. Collier fouled on a drop, but it proved nil in the scoring line; This was" soon followed by a foul from Hopkins. It-was punted in for a piobable one, but Easton caught the bertson "went down and out into anything of the punching class the half time whistle blew to the tune of 0-6. Fifteen minutes had gone in a vain struggle for either side in the second half and still that leather failed to find a resting place in either nets. Without doubt the S.O.E. had a .shade the better of the play. Finally on a hopeless mix-up oefore the Y. M.'s.goal, Faunch broke the spell and electrified the -hitherto listless, spec- tators by a rosy hand-out that Col- lier failed to secure, and number one went down to the Englishmen's fav- or. From a corner that luckfly was aot a goal, a well placed comer lack was -bunted by Holberton in a dan- and only saved from entering by Collier's vicious grab the leather missile on a flying kick and shoved it out for a long ride. T Five minutes more saw another foul, Hopkins being the victim. The off-side which followed showed the eagerness 'of "the tY.M.'s to score. They took advantage of every oppor- tunity, checking, anch following up with telling .precision.- But still there was ho score. broke away at this a rush on right field; Will Not Eight About It New York, July American Vitagrapb. the Eastern con cern which, is-.interested in the pro of the moving pictures of the Jeffries-Johnson fight, this morning came to a decision regarding the cit- ies that are talking of barring- the -pictures. The company will not con- gest, it was determined, but will simply "bar the cities that "want to bar the pic- "We have not considered taking any legal action to defend what we believe -to be our said William Rock, President of the company, at the office .No. 116 Nassau St "Three-quarters of the cities of this co.untry will be glad to see tbe pictures. They are good re- productions of a .fair, square, clean fight and will appeal widely to people. The people that do not want'to see the pictures need not; that's all.' Chief of Police Millikin yesterday of- ficially notified the officers in com- mand of the 10 districts and the pa- trolmen to suppress all moving pictures i depicting the recent Jeftries-Johnson fight The police were also ordered to notify proprietors and managers of the beats that a violation of the orders sent out by tbe Mayor will mean the revoking of their licenses In addition to pu-tting the ban on tbe "big scrap" pictures, moving photos of lesser lights battling in the ring are prohibited. Colonel Millikin received the above orders from Mayor Schwab yesterday morning, and was requested to put them in operation at once. The S.O.E. juncture with Faunch drove one over in front, but the Y. M.'s defence got in some Of their short kicks ,at close range and a likely looking one was saved.in the nick of time. Half an hour had elapsed when on a drive from Sarell the leather was placed behind for a corner. Nothing, doing. Three minutes later- the crowd rose to their feet as HopMns broke away" on- V fast rush with a clear field before him. Hotly pursued, be was forced to. shoot from a long distance, and the. wind catching the spheroid carried it a foot or two wide, and the S.O.E. supporters breathed easier. A throw-in for the "-S.O.E. was pounced on by Joyce, who lead -flie ball right into headquarters. It''was only; the quick, accurate work of Col- that saved the day. Shortly af- ter he received a heavy body blow he rushed out on a swift drive. Luck- ily he escaped serious injury. Nothing: very exciting or strenuous happened during -the rest of the first half. Some of the players were in- clined to indulge ia a little hot air. shooting, but as this did not develop MAYOR GAYNOR TELLS If TOANTI PICTURE Boston. July picture mes- sages from the Governors of Connec- ticut, Colorado, North Dakota, Ver- mont and West Virginia, expressing sympathy" with the movement to pre- vent the exhibition or fight pictures, were received today by William Shaw, General -Secretary of -the United So- ciety of Christian Endeavors. From Mayor William" J. Gaynor, of and shove that pushed clear. With but a few minutes left Hol- oii a CALGARY BEAT MOOSE JAW Calgary, July simply put it all'over Moose Jaw tonight and put three pitchers out of the box. Ualgiary won by, a score of 19 to 2. twirled for the first four innings wag "hit all over the lot. Brown in an inning but he provedna "sadness and feby wai then brought left to ..finish on the rubber. J Paddock and Smith made .home runes and fourteen safe singles were THE INDIAN SIGN AGAIN TACKED ON Head's Work Greatly Responsible run up lor the locals. The was very jauch one-sided. Moose Jaw 010 000 game 9 10 Calgary: .403 542 14 1 Batteries: Smithson, Brown Inby and Geehati and Flannigan. Umpire, Smith. BRANDON WON Medicine "Hat, July Hat Hatters could do nothing with Gray- son's offerings; tonignt except hit them, straight into the, fielders' Up to the ninth he held the hitless. The nasty kick. A minute's delay and he was again in the game; each team superiority; the S.O.E. that did the deed, following a fine rush fkaught with, spectacular combination with another hot one off launch's foot that hit ;the post and rebounded on the inner side for" a second score' to "the Sons of England! The'T.M.'s tightened "up. a slack and came-through with some nice kicking'! It'even" looked''1 at one stage as- would land "'the lea- ther in-the net, but the :S.O'.E. de- fence by work; saved the situation. Nothing, inore was doing in the br the lowering- shadows that looked-' dangerous' and' full 'time saw the standing; in' '.Referee- displayed his nsual alacrity in his official endeavor" and handled a-hard game- in'impartial style. vFoll owing is the line-up r; l 'Y.M.C.A. Collier Inglis Easton Rochon Mullen Halliday Hopkins SchofieW McKay locals runless, and field" backed him 'up magnificently and there wasn't the semblance of an error, until the evil inning in which O'Brien threw wild to first. .Brandon ___ 001 5 i i Medicine Hat ...QOO 000 1 4 Grayson and Morrow; Dunn and Davidson. V Umpire; Wheeler; Goal Mclntyre Chiswick Sarell Stephenson Holberton Firth" Faunch Fanner Cauldwell Joyce Hawkins Backs Half-Backs Forwards was EDMONTON WON .Edmonton, July Regina hopelessly -outclassed gaine the Eskimos taking .with a score of six to. nothing. Gilchris.t was hit safely ten times. Hickey pitched six, scattered. hits allowng .reruns. rbo "ooo OOO-H) Edmonton ,201 Oil 6 ;10 0 Gilcarist and 'Mctntosh; Hickey and Spencer. Umpire son.' v, v'. for Miners' Victory Madin Hit in Run Scwe 5 to i Again: ttcked, the In-.hit between short aad third .and -siga on .their old-time easy scored a run, for which he received a .the Winnipeg Maroons. I suitable ovation from fans the- agency of Head's dazr zling displav; on tte: field and at the also Mackin's appearancei for a in the stand. The throwing of Edmunds, .the Ma- roon's backstop, was a feature. His: Lethbridge Scored First f After blanking the visitors j first round, the locals eased in timely ninth-inning swat, the and accurate the at the.park last, evening went to the death of more than a brace of Min- favorites. by 5 to 4. era. It was another tough lose for the Winnipeg aggregation. They earned all the runs and we didn't. Head put up a sterling game at after two were down. Olson and third. He grabbed :.them off were put out on flies. Chick ground as got hit by a" pitched baU and stole second like the terrible Turk that he is, for. tag artist got in his road and he bounced him ten feet in the air. Lynch popped a fly over the infield and Chick scored. Lynch got oat stealing second. Winnipeg came right back in the iext session and piled up a. fine lead- spelt but he got: them no .less" than: crossing the plucked the screaming ones out- of the atmosphere as 'ther sped 6n; mad course and threw with precision, besides batting like He had no less than'seven assists to his credit" and1' three' put- outsT Many of his chances were difficult in the ex-" treme and occurred' when, a never anythittj he faUed Costello bounded one over Grig- to finish; of "four jware's head for -three hags, Van Ward Dimes up he rapped the ball with {got away "with ;ar Tesas leaguer, An- ftill compact on three In derson hit.; right and left for another Krueger smashed left and right. "The" next in- j a terrific" one: through you guns and ammunition.- all righj: it yourget SO WluF THE WALL and camp mipply.f there's got come and whit it If Sporting TWO O.N FOR LEtiHBRItXSE Pitcher'Drechko, of tori has given to -the Letbjbridge Club lor a reason- j consideration. He longs'to. Seattle and is, here wiiiMbe -returned to; in r As 'zweli a star is a hitter and an? of A. ne report aings he.repeated the "performance and" brought in a run" aad eventually In the .eighth. out stealing secondl The score was tie in the ninth and Grigware. He tried to stretch" it in- to a home run, but was nailed at the plate on 'a 'beautiful relay 'throw, by That ended it for that They scored another in the sixth and the. score was tier Leth- iod. WESTERN1 CANADA ft. Lethbridge Kdmonton Aledfoine Brandon Moose Jaw Regina LEAGUE STANDING Hat we'-needed a run to. win. led L'j bridge having 'scored one in the off with' a single over second. "Ward ond and -two in "the fifth. In the next up, fanned Edmunds "dropped second, Dudley singled, O'Hayer sas> the ball and p'Hayer !topk second. rificed and Pieh scored Dud- Ward out. O'Hayerjstole -third. Lezie [ley. In the fifth; "J Olson's is familiar many; yof fans here. His nanves is> He club ai of -the season ;ofi 19 comes welL from the .-caast wiere been playing independent before he made an excellent; showing." '4 was substituted 'at the bat, for Pieh 'Head's .high fly, tynch's and put short fly. to .centre, whicH netted nothing.r "Then; ilackjn drive to coupled; with Isbell's error, made the .two welcome tallies. was called upon'in the. place of Winnipeg Grimes. Bang. First "ball over "the :5" plate and the game was broken up. JEdmonds.. c "4 AB R H Schmidt New York, Secretary Shaw received the following letter: "It is quite impossible for me to un- derstand how it can enter any mind that in danger of race riots in the city of New York between black aad whites. I would also remind you that the government of the city of j New York is a government of laws, and not of men, and I have no right at my mere will-to anytning. "J see no reasoa to get excited at all. The people mere excited seem THE .MAYOR'S VIEW Mayor Adams, when asked whether he -would stop the exhibition of fight pictures in Lethbridge, said he did not think he would. There was little danger of any riots or anything of that na- ture here, and he does not think there will be .any other justification for preventing the showing of the pictures to those who wish to see v Johnny had hit a peach square on the bean, sending the ball whistling Moore, cf 4 0.2 through the pitcher'.s box and scoring j Beatty, Ib 4 1 1 Of'Hayer 'from winning 2b run. It was another rattling good exhi- bition of the game and in a class I with the previous evening's perform- ance. like Van Ward, 3b 4 Anderson, rf___-.. 4 p......... 4 PO 1 2' 0 7 i 6 i 10 1 4' 2 1 1 0 1 1 Football Wdtesr f f Tomorrow, night rsees -still game in the city football league. They Uritts '.clash '.'with. th it promises 'to' Be a" closely1 "contested- game. The Miners cavored around a bunch of young spirited --olts 36 4 10 1 out when run scored. Lethbridge AS R H PO A E and the Maroons were -distinguished (o'ls'on, If 3 i o in a. like manner. 4 Grimes pitched his usual steady and: Uhick, ss 2 intelligent game for the locals, c 3 in Wilson, the opposing twirler, he j Dudley, 2b 4 had a worthy rival. Both were O'Hayer, lb 2 touched up for bingles apiece but Ward, rf, If, FOR A RAINY DAY Jack Johnson Has Placed a Nice Lit- tle Nest Egg Chicago, July Johnson de- posited -today in the First Trust and Savings Bank, part of the to be those Tvho read every line of the j spoils of war he brought back from fight in the papers, and to Reno. He said that there was-pleHty read more. If I had the power of my more where this money came from. were nicely scattered and thereby didn't prove as eventful as they might have been if 'bunched more. The local artist was hit rather' hard in. the second innings however; Grimes didn'.t give a pass of any de- scription. Anderson purposely got in the road of 'a ball once, but Houston said .he couldn't take his 'base on it and he didn't in spite of a stremiious kick. There was a streak of loose playing in the early stages put up by the locals. -Grigware in left, was buf- faloed by -the 'sun, and wind which was blowing hard. He fell down suc- cessively and had to be taken out of I Grigware, If 0 ff 3 Grimes, p 3 l i 0 .1 2 7 1 .2 1 10 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 all, Scott, er aiid Fleming, A. ;Mc- Lacnlan or Lansdell, and Perkins.- The Lethibridge Jt'lumibers' foot-' team journeys to next Saturday morning to try; con- elusions with the -team ,of that >city. -Special rates are arranged. All wishing :tb.- join them will kindly communicate Tvith any of the Plumbers in the city., READ ON MACDUiFF the Pieh filled in by going to own will to do what you suggest would do it quickly enough." 'Jack Johnson will never be left- Things went good after jhe said to a newspaper man. "I'm not joing'to throw my. money all. away. My mother 'always will have "a good) change. Olson-and Ward did some marvellous work in -the way of rop- ing in difficnlt The Problem of Satisfying the Thirst What to drink is tbe question. You want something cold, to be sure, but you -want it to be wholesome as well. Ice water shocks the stomach and retards digestion. Sweetened chemical mixtures are not conducive to health. ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER JS THE ANSWER. Here is a beverage that Is satisfying and beneficial. There is something more to It than wetness and coolness. It is a sustaining drink. It refreshes you and you stay refreshed. Call for LETHBRIDGE beer. The j Lethbridge Brewing Malting Co., Ltd. PHONE NO. 594. flies which thither by 1 borne and so will I. i-expect to hither and some fan out of life, but -tbere will be breeze, enougb of my money in real estate and j Pieh first time up made a other things that do not blow away to j keep me from hunger." Johnson -was followed wherever be went by a big crowd. The First Trust were the pretty 30 5 10 27 17 2 batted for Pieh in ninth. batted for Grimes in ninth. By. Innings: Winnipeg-----0 3 0 0 Lethbridge. 1 1 2 0, 0 0 Summary: Earned runs, Winnipeg 4, LetHbridge 3; 3 base hits, Costello, Anderson, Krueger; 2 base hits, Moore. Van Ward, Head 2; sacrifice hits, Cos- tellb. Q'Hayer, 'Lynch; stolen bases, Beatty, Isbell, Chick, O'Hayer; struck out, by Wilson 5, Olson, Ward 2, Pieh 2, by Grimes 3, Krueger, Wilson, Cos- tello; bases on "balls', off Wilson 2, O'Hayer, Chick; hit by pitcher, Chick, Olsen; double play, Costello to Beatty to Edmonds; left on bases, Winnipeg 6, Lethbridge 5. lime Attend- ance 500. Umpire Houston. and Savings Rank almost suspended operations while he was waiting for bis certificate of deposit. SMOKE NUISANCE Turned Out to be Black Jack, Champion the CRANBROOK BEAT NELSON Cranbrook, July baseball game last night between Nelson and Cranbrook resulted in a win for the R1CKARD WILL SUE San Francisco, July Rick- ard says he will file suit against Gov- ernor Gillette for damages for losses incurred after the Governor had home team by A good game isaid -there was no law to prevent the Was TVlir HT) anfl snma ema-H- tr-rtT-l- fisrhf- witnessed. particularly Neilson's "squeeze play." This appears to be he Plumbers and the Hotel Em- Chicago, 111., July joke which was played, perhaps by a friend of Jack, Johnson, on tbe City Smoke De- partment, when Jack came marching home yesterday, came To light today. The telephone bell in tbe office of the Chief Deputy. Smoke Inspector. Robt. G. Kuss, rang about p. m. said a voice. "Is this the Smoke "It answered the Chief Dep.uty. "Wpll, there is the biggest smoke over in Michigan Boulevard that I ever saw." said the voice. "It's moving south, in some kind of a machine. You can. catch it at Thirty-first street." All right, 'thanks. I'll have a man right responded Mr. Kuss and over he sent one of his assistants. The big smoke was Jack Johnson. something new on the Nelson boys i ployees face each other on the square and rather upset them for a short tonight to indulge in a friendly game time. I of football. UPTON'S POOL ROOM BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA BARBER SHOP CIGARS LUNCH COUNTER Basement of the Oliver Block The game opened, Molasses" ing fine. Smallpox catchlngl was in the box and had" plenty of; smoke. Horn was playing at first base and Piddle was playing at Corn was in the field and apple was umpire.; When As came, chopped and Cigar Set Brick walk, and Sawdust filled the bases; Song made: a hit and Twenty made a score. foot of ground and said Apple 7 was rotten. Ballon istarted to pi-ten and went straight'up. Then Cherry tried it, but was a wild one. When Spider caught the "fly the V crowd cheered. Old ice cool as the game went on until he was hit by a pitched ball and then you. ought to nave heard ice cream. Cabbage'had a good head.and kept quiet. Old Grass covered -lots of ground in the field. Organ refused'to loafed and put Mm out -In .the fifth inning Wind began to blow abou-t what he could do, and Hammer began then .trees-began to leave. Knife was put out-foF cutting There was lots of betting on the game, but wten Glass fell they went broke, but Soap cleaned up. They all kicked when LJght was put out- The way they roasted Peanut was a fright. Balloon went up in tie fair when Pigs began to root. The score was 1 to 0 when Apple told Fiddle to take Ms base. Oats was shocked. Song made another 'hit and Trombone made a slide 'but was put out Meat was out at the Dlate. The Cleveland omb has been having some more trouble with the Federation of Labor over the use of non-union score cards and other printed matter, The club is not at fault as it can not honorably annul a contract made be- fore The agreement with the Union- was entered into. The matter will doubt- less be amicably adiusted through the cOFS O son. President Johnson has refused to ac- cept Umpire Sheridan's resignation, though to date ae uas failed to induce Sheridan to reconsider. Sheridan says he will never again umpire behind the plate, but that he may be connected with, the game In some less active and strenuous position than expects to put in a couple of weeks in Chicago resting before returning to his California home. ;