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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGJ3 DAILY HERALD ALL THe LOCAL AND F.VINTi ARISE MIGHTY TABER LETHBRIDGE SALUTES YOU Story of How Seidy YNin Didn't Play Baseball Night for not Feeling Well 'Ain't it awful Msibel? Jusf listen I Taber walloped Lethbrldge lilt light it the ball park in a postponed dis- trict league baseball figure bj- 13 to nothing. The slaughter ot the inno- cents was terrible indeed, and the less laid about the game the'better. It was an off night; for our team, whose fielders seemed somewhat at sea. Time after sime the ball refused to in knots: What's the UK toe tame. It was a com- edy, from beglaning to .and and hare's hoping Lethbridfe team will take a life and.eat up that Taber bunch the next time the oppor itself. thought of fhe score is enough -to cause one to gpMnto ;byfterla.. It is just as well, tOjUbta that the Taber play- er's did up anything wonder the baseball. Our boys irere SA mnd helpless that the vinltoTsicored whenever thiy pleased. Oh you The by innings, and the hits and errors'follow: R. H. K. J 4 7 The teams up as Taber. R. Lee, Ib; Leeper 3b; Orr, Qrvy Ib and p; Judson Farrar Cooke rt; .Dilfjan p and 2b; A. Lee catcher; Lethbridia, Brans 3b, G. Moore 3b; etdesbecker Ib; J. Moore 66 ana p; Green U; Wrigglesworth rf, FitjsimraonB cf; Meyers p nnd Ib ympire Corrigan. PINCHER PLAYS HERE TOMORROW Pincher Creek plays here tomorrow night In the Southern Alberta base- bull league Thev'tocals will have the regular Ueam out and pro- nri-se a snappy game. CRICKET MATCH HERE TOMORROW Tomorrow afternoon at 3.30 o'clock on the police barracks' grounds Mac- leod.Hnd Lethbridge will'clash in a cricket local club have been practicing with great regular- ity lately and the same tomorrow should gallery of onlook- ers. Cricket iu .Lethbrldge is be- ginning to take a firm'hold here and it is to be the.local club will be Have you tried the ELITE SPECIAL CIGAR Three for 25c, Elite Cigar Store PHONE ,1318 MARKETS GAMES IN THE BIG LEAGUES H> Usual, Confident e Gay GOOD RACING AT THE TEG FAIR Winnipeg, July racing in the Hotelkeeperi' stake, 2.20 pace an 2.15 trot, provided the finest o racing at the exhibition track this af ternoon, six heats being necessary to decide the winner. Every heat was a horse race, four different fait one coming toithe wire first 10 the same number. of. heats. Excitement was kept up throughout and even when only the winners were left in the ecu test, the interest was at lever hut The .ultimate 'Winner, turned out in Densmore, the only trotter in the race which won sixth heats Dr. On en was heavily played for the 1-2 furlong ,daia and .was a 1 to I choice and headed, -w ling in the easiest'possible fMhion The six event for runners was race until four furjongs had been covered, the horses travelling well bunched Then Perkins on Judge Walton made his move and vame away great style. Summary Hotelkeepm' Stake, 2-J9 pace or 2 IS trot, Denimon, Ronqulst andBlliott, Duluth ...2 Z-l 5 1 1 Birius Pointer, and Lou ChlUs, Spokane 316343 ATto'Senira, Al Jim's- Lot Angeles 7 4.4 1 3 2 Manitoba, A. C He- ..S 5'- 3 Nelmout, J. West. Brandoo Midway Girl rwas distanced in the second heat; llady.-Mc. in the fourth and Lady Arrod was scratched In the fourth. Time, 2-20 1-2; 2.19 1-4; 3 21 3-4, 1-4; 3-4. Selllirk futurity, purse Crit Jr. H. B. Varnsy, Leedy, Montana 1 1 Mac Oefell, J. Ootraa, Klllarney 2 2 afly Maude, 0. L Lamberton, LtagfMd, N. D 34 LJlUku jBond, Kelly and aMther, Deerbreok Out, db Time 4 1-2 Furlongs, purse Dr. Owen, N. Campbell, Wetask- kiwln, 'eter ?arne, Johns Fry, Brandon THE MANITOBA ATHLETIC LEAGUE Winnipeg, July. com- petition, was wild at- the-exhibition grounds hero tonight when the first list 01 events for-'the Manitoba. Ath- letic. League we're .The ontrv was large, the competition keen and a large crowd w'atchee! the sport The track in poor condition and af- fected the time. No new records were put up, though J. McEachern, of Winnipeg, m the events made valiani efforts to break the rec- ord of J H Qiilis, of Vancouver, in putting the sixteen pound shot and that of J. M Gillis in throning the filtj-Mi. pound weight. J. Langlry, wmner of sprmt, has great promise The 'final un the 100 vards on Wecinesdaj should ihow a great race..between .and McFeat, as each won out in their heats just as they liked 'H. K. Boyri- ton ViOn the high jiniip by, _a good the William Tell The tyrant, Gessler, said to Tell By WALT MASON f'I do not like jou verj uell upon a pole I hung my lid; jou did not bow, -is others did The man who will not grovel flat before the reigning tyrant hit, i traitor. 11 to native land and justice he should be canned. You have a little son, I know and wield jour good crossbow and so ,evcn wceU Invc sped you'll shoot an apple from lug head, J giie jou icvui uccks Bill Tell for you to tram in, hard and well Then Old B.ll lell got busv qmck his training quarters, span -uicl spick, lie soon established, where the mob could go and see him on the job And sporting nters filled his tent ind kodak artists thither went, and rubbernecks assembled there until it seemed a county fair; and Eddie, Old Bill s little son stood at the door and took in mon, the while his dad, with cheerful grins was posting hourlj announcing that when lie had shot the fruit from little Eddies pot he'd' lecture in the Village 'come one" slid Old Bill Tell, romc alii Then Gessler, in his stately hall remarked Old Bill has got Ins sail! It does beat all how some smooth guys make all things smc to adver- Results of Games National Philadelphia' Cincinnati '1. HttsburK 5, .Brooklyn 4. Plttaburg -I, 'Brooklyn Chicago 2 Cincinnati 1 Rt Louis 10, Js'ett lork I LETHBRIDGE MARKETS Cuilii prices on the local Inaikot lo (lay show a marked advance over last Satunla> s quotations. There are no pilio lo lepoit on other QOUllnodotles No. 1 Northern No. 2 -Northern .1- Northern -I fi 1. Alberts Red Alberta lisd 31 Alberta Red -I Alberto Hfid No. !i lied No. 0 Alberta Red Bran, ner Jon Shorts, par' ton Oats, per Sen, sacked Rolled 081! 0.81 0.82 010 0.30 081 0.80 0.7S 0.02 0.40 0.38 21.00 23.00 28.0U iUOO Johnson's Cafe Beats the World Chicago, July Cafe One is a picture of the n am Champion, catering as it own mana insists, "to de African aristbcracy-and de flowah and chhalri of 'deS anguished'1 but'aspir ing white. be opened' to- 2-mlIe race from P.oberfson second all his own large field with Watt' had things Martin K Flewerty, Brandon Also.ran, Aunt Maud Time 1 0314 Running, purse Judge Walton, J. Murphy, Winnipeg, 'erklns Sanoho Panio, D. Oor- lan, Cilgarr, Ivers, Lady Hen- aetler, W. Mokerlng, Donald, Alts, Alao fin, Tamest, Brumby, Emerson. Tine race. The events swill be concluded on Wednesday.' WON BI8LEV Camp, July 15. J H. Armstrong, of N won the Daily with five including the This is given for seven shots at six and is open to all and besides the cup 275 pounds. The counts in the service aggregate and all-comers and grand night at il-.W-eft gist, strest. John Arthur Johnson, flippantly re- ferred to as Is theTestaurateur For elegance 'and taste, its owner says the eating houses 'of( the world will be eclipsed "Ah might modnatiy saifl Mr. Johnson, "that Ah..have traveled some De cafes 'Ob' de London knows me1 well. But all de Afahtans, Rectahsj llolinx Rouges Haunch, and." Skewahs rolled into one house couldn't get 'into de ring with dis little emponunijAh's heah "Jes spit-cuBpidoah, said bis you think dat sets Jack Sliver Cuspidors Worth. 50 The visitor did not Hazard -an an- swer. "Sixty-seven dollahs cents. Moah money dan .some coons kin git In dey lifetime As' dem ain't nuffin to what Jack's got -foil oua.h guest to eat off." A silver water pitcher for, the cen- :re of tlie bar and a' silver service to spices, lenion peel, '-and coffee pion in ring costume. The others are paintings of Johnson's; father and wife and the pugilist With his mother. No Grand Opening Johnson will a 'graid op ening His manager Henrj Stenett says that .a "grand is too plebeian for such a place las-the! "Cafe de it Is going to bo an "auspicious inaugural if you please Amerkan New. York .s; St. Louis 3. Chicago 4 Washing-ton Betriot 6. Boston 4. Philadelphia 7, Cleveland 0. Association Columbus 3 St Paul 2 Milwaukee C Indianapolis 1 Kansis Utj to Louisville 1 loledo 7, Minneapolis 4 International Bnffaio- 4, Rochester 1. -Toronto' 10, .'Montreal 3. Jersej Cltj 6, Providence 5 Joi ev 1 Providence 3 J3ilt.-.ure 6, Newark 2 Northwestern Portland S Spokine 3 6 Seattle 0 27.00 to 86.00 28.00 to 36.00. 8.J An augmented orchestra composed of the best colored talent in the coun trv mil provide the music Iqr the oc casion said JWanager Sterrett Gel ebrated vocalists whose names, are fa millar from coast to coast also will be in attendance. In a word the Inaugural festivities will, surpass anything ,bf the kind ever seen in Chicago .Celebrities of th, prize ring nnd stage Bill grace the function with their august presence A.score of workmen were busy -last night putting on the'finishing touches Breyaiatory to the opening Johnson was just leaving the place In his auto- mobile when a reporter arrived. Mr Sterrett said the champion 'give the representative of .the press all the information at your command Two seconds later Johnson and his car were out of sight. The open m'uf fler made more noise than the 0. B Green going up the river. Duluth 3 Duluth 5 Canadian Winnipeg 2 Winnipeg 4 Four oil palntings-.that .cost. Johnson will hang COSTLY LACROSSE PLAYERS beans were made, to represent ng an outlay of The other Jix- ln Mr, Johnson's Best Taste ures of the "Cafe de Champion" aie When we get things in shape we n keeping have the swellest place in Chi cago announced Manager Sterrett '.The_..noors, are-all mosaic inlaid, from the front to the rear. The entertain1 ment room .will accommodate 500 peo- ple The ceiling and walls in this room are .all' hand a bit of stencil work.in the place "Don't forget that those silver cu pldors ooet apiece. 'Mr. Johnson dad them made to order with his mono gram on them Somenlr programs containing thirty two pictures of the champion will be distributed at the opening. Under the caption of I'Why and Wherefore" John- SOD gives his reasons for entering the saloon business In another rr-apier His Mother he pays tribute to her In'these words: If lack Johnson hid not been cham plon of the world he would hay.e been champion of the hearts of humanity If'the .world only knew the'beautiful sacrifice, and undying faith he places at-the altar of his lother. i LILLE, MAKES A Lille sports are rather sore on the report from Burmis of the football match last week The) claim that It was not a true report and tint the person writing it apparently did not see the game Lille sports claim that theii team did score a goal but that Referee Ollphant did not seejlt and thought the ball had been handled by one of the full hicks They claim that the referee afterwards admitted that the goahwas scored Lille also claims that their team was repeatpdl> fouled bj Burmis players instance that J MacOladu and 1 Boyle were held by the Jegs and could have scored only for this interference The re feres is censured for not interfering although reneatedlj his atten tlon 'the lough play The Lille correspondent states that if bet ter treatment is not given [siting Flax- July Vegetables: per ton Potatoes per ton Beets, per Ik _ Carrots, per ,lb Turnips, per 401b. casej Onions, per MOID., case ISO Butter and Eggs Dairy butter Creamery butuer .......0.33 Eggs, fresh .........025 Cattle on the rtoof: Steers, per poiuad 00814 Cows, p_er pound: 00514 Cows, dressed per pound 011 Bteers diessed ner pound 9li Sheep: Live per cwt j 00 Dressed por cwt 11.00 I Poultry; Seese live Turkeys o 22 015 Fowl oi! Ducks Hogs: Drestied, per Ib. Live, per cwt. Hides: Green per Ib TT 008 to 00114 t-uriHl 0 09( to 0 0914 TUESDAY'S GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg Man lulj grain markets open .today, were: Open. Close Tuli 106% 10614 Oct 34 H SJli Tulj 11 Oct lAtra No 1 fed- July 01S 0.11' o.os 17 Cash Prices 1014 30 175 .Northern No. 4 No D No. 6 o 2 C July Sept. Dec 106 10? 18 71 5S Minneapolis teamsiti. deaih blow Pass league f be. dealt the July Sept. Dec Chicago' 1083S io5y; 175, in as 11 >ig IWh 11', KNOX AFTER ALL ROUNQ TITLE Canadian Athlete Out With Challenge to Any 150 Pounder Walter R Knot the Canadian all round'.proresslonal champion athlete, out with a challenge to meet anj man of his weight in the world In a contest with the 8 12 14 1l and >6und shots He will wager anything from to'1600 on his'chances. His eight is 360 pounds He also wants McKeuzie; the Scotch II round champion or an> alliound athlete foi the championship of the world Por i man wllo can run 100 in 10 seconds pole vault 12 ft ugh jump 6 feet 8 Inches and broad ump 23 feet Knox la a marvel with he weights Chicago Market Drops Chicago, July conditions today that it would be difficult to improve, resulted in forcing the wheat market _to .-take a .downward .plunge; Predictions.-of bumper yield continued to 'come '.from .Minnesota and the Da kotas. In .addition-Nebraska reports that state would produce bushels as against bushels a year ago. The opening here rang- ed from 1cent a shade in ad- vance September started at 9614 cents to 7-8, varying from 1-4 to 3-8 cents decline to a gain of one sixteen- th and'dropped; to 95 7-8; .July fell 2 cents to 99 centa. Oats ruled heavy.- th'ere was consid- erable Oct. started 14 to 1-2 anil 6-8 cents off at 33 3-4 and 7-8 cents to 34 1-8 cents and sagged to 33 58 BULLETINS Dewar's Special Liqueur 'The Slamlanl ot I nipire" i pietism of a oilor- tftte at unr tfcst will be seen at this Ker, Bllly une of the hlfkeM paid tne Dave Cataarlnee defence boy; and "Red" DonlhiM, the little Tobacco Kid from tanMT VaieoiiTer net the raetory Tcwn. i, TPM the at, U laying 17 Bnn fnr th. Mnim. of and tie J M. C. CALLIE8 AND SOE TONIGHT In the Intermediate football league the a.m. S 0 E clash Ihis evening In i scheduled game at the ball park Kick off 6 4a The Callies will !Ilne-up as follows: McDonald Crawfortj iNejs Douglas Smith. McMillan, Anderson, Tennant, Page, ..Clark and McFarlsnd. and ..Thompson. The S. 0.' B. team will present the following Pooie, Holberton, 'Wellington, Ben- nett; Frier, Dalzell, Creightpa, Faunch Jordan, and1 Roach: FOdT WILLIAM WON Jiily C. P. R. team Fort' William showed excellent class here to- tho People's'.Shield football game when the visitors defeated the Scottish by 1 to 0, nfter an interesting soccer contest. ;