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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta fragc fi THE LETITBRIDGE DAILY HEKALI) 17, ALL THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOST EVENTS OVERTIME TILT RESULTS IN TIE WHEN LETHBRIOCE AND PRINCE ALBERT MEET Score: Whyte Scores First for Lethbridge-Prince Alberts' Even Up in Second Half. WiU be'Play-off Today--Winners to Meet Norwood Tomorrow (Special to Tho Herald) Winnipeg, July a soaking "wet ground, Lethbrldge stacked up dglinst the faat Prince Albert bri- gade tonight and a great tie game was Blared.-before a crowd of five hundred. Prince Albert at once in- vaded Lethbrldge territory the heavy nature of the ground making it bard for the miners to keep their feet. The northerners were out to win and they prossed bird, but Melville quickly re- turned the ball up field and the Leth- bridge line advanced right into the mouth of the goal where Parker tried his first shot of the game, the goalie clearing well. A fine centre by BMtwick was blocked by the .Prince defense 'who put the ball be- hind for a corner. The Scarlet run- ners now took a.turn at tht Lethbridge tod, but Jack Easton, was safe as the hills and .booted the ball well up Haitbeck beating two men and pass- ing out to Beitwick was enabled to work In some pretty combinations on the left wing- the result being a nice centre from Bestwick, but Brennan spoilt the finish by laying off side After the goal kick the ba the forward line being faster on the ball than Lethbrldge. A trip into the stronghold was repulsed by. Melville who was playing star de- fense. Another run up field by Parker made the Prince Albert sup- ports heavy, but this shot was in- terrupted and a corner resulted. Nothing came of it, the defense clear- ing well and Parker secured and pas- sed to McMurtrie who was taking the ball damn tho wing centered beantl fully, but Parker and Brenneu were given-oft side. After more midfield play Lethbrldge dime against Holb- rton, putting ahead to Parker who gave to Breunan the iatters attempt to score -beUig SP9JK bv a had slip, and the ball went wide. Half time score 1-0 in favor-of Lefibrldge. The Second Half On the change over the miners had the benefit of a slight west wind and immediately comrirenced to press -Mel- ville, passing out to the wing to Bestwlok who shot behind. Prince Albert .secured from the goal kick and put in some fine combina- out to left WAS centered by McMur- trie and Whyte securing let fly a which easily beat the Prince Albert custodian. Bill Got. the Cheers The cheers for Bill )Vhyte were terrific this being, his second goal In four, years. This put hew heart into the miners who-were finding the turf nwfully heavy and the going fast, but Princes were not discouraged, and were putting in some great work In 'which passing I hold Lethbridge could not a flangrous scrimmage MelvlHe relieved at the expense of a nothing resulted and some pretty .work by Parker, Ralsbeck and. McMurtrie, look bad for tlie-Princes, but good work resulted in the leather, passing out to the min- ers right wing, was stolen by the op- position left half and 'hooted well up- field, where the speedy outside right put. in a beautiful centre which was i The Princes now: came sprain. Holbertson at the same time receiving ail Injury to his foot, but both played, and continued to do ex- cellent work. Prince Albert's blood was up however, and their work was rewarded by a nice centre caught by the centre, forward who booted Into the top. of the net just In the corner, Summer handling the bail to hold it. They Are at'.it Hard Honors being even both teams 'went at it like demons, sftote Taioing on both goals, Parker and Bestwick both trying for Lethbridge shots which were within Inches of scoring. The last few minutes were very ex- citing, cheers from both sides urging on the favorites but full -time arrived with the score unchanged. Although almost dark and both teams almost in wag in favor of playing overtime, but the Princes had had enough for one night. It was decided however, to play five minutes each way la view of the fact that the winners play Norwood on Thursday. Lethbridge pressed hard but could not find the not'and five .minutes hard work went unrewarded. On the cross over miners liad most of the play, but there was nothing doing and it is expected that the game "will be replayed "Wednesday .afternoon, Lethbridge lined up Summer, -Melville, Easton, Holbert- BIG ROW IN SOCCERSERIES Callies Protesting One of Sons' Players on Grounds He is a tive Will Decide There ilroublo brewing In (Uo loont Intermediate football camp no n result-ot lust night's cliish between the S. 0., E. .Mil .ClilHes, In which the former let their old time opponents down with only one soal while scoring themselves. The gnmo 'was a pretty exhibition, but owing to the filet that the Sons played Bob Cbls- wick, Iho Callies are IIP in arms as they claim him to be an out and on't1 sailor, having played In the first game of the season with the seniors. The Sous however claim that he was eligible, not having played in two sen- ior matalies this year. The 'matter will be..left. to.the .executive to de- cide. If the S. O. E. wins the decision they are league champs. If the Callies win out they are tied with the Sons for first place and there will be a great on the play off. The Game The game a hard played one as it much to the winners, and while pretty football was not.nmcl in evidence, hard work was there a plenty. Jordan 'tipped the first one In for Iho Sons with his head, bu the Callies refused to allow their op this advantage, tieing up the score a few minutes later on a pen ally. Prtfce took the hick and plac ed it beautifully. Jordan was again In the limelight for the Sons when he scored itilieir second them a lend the Callies were never able to overcome Tho teams lined np as follows: S. 0. Poole; backs, IIol- berton and Wellington; lialf hncks, Bennett, Chlswick a'nd Dalzell; for. wards, Creigh'ton, Fannch, Ball, Jor- dan and Roach. McDonald: backs, Crawford and Ness; half backs, Doug- lass, Smith and forwards. Anderson, Tennant, Page, Clark ant] Dill. Wilson. BASEBALL IN THE BIG LEAGUES American FOUR PITCHERS COULDN'T DO IT Washington, July used tour pitchers today but Washington won handily ,1 .to 2. Johnson's pitching and batting featured the ;arae, striking, out ten batters and making one of the longest hits on record for a home run, the ball going over Collin's head to the extreme center field fence. The game was called at the end of the eighth inning o allow Chicago to catoh'a train for Boston. Ihicago ...'......000 020 fi 2 Vashington 002 a 2 Bell and Kuhn; ohnson nnd Washington, "July Game called end 'of eighth'- ment. sou, Whyte, Brennan; Bestwick, Rais- oeck, Parker, Brennan and McMurt- rie. Owing -to an injury to the knee W. Raisbeck was unable.to play-. H-is place however, .was well. filled by on strong and EBston received a bad j Basion who plajed a great game. MACLEOD TAKES PINCBER'S MEASURE Maclsod, July took yesterday's game from tho iPincher nine in rather easy fashion, the final count -being 10 to 3. Murphy was on the mound for the locals, and as usual proved for the Creak team, and he had them well in hand at all of the game. He only allowed eix hits and struck out 13 men, and -was accorded almost perfect support, there being only, one him. On the other hand Bell, the bis heaver for Pincher, was hit Tiard and often, and his sup- port was ragged, seven errors being made behind liinr. Macleod has but three games to play.'ih the Southern Alberta .League, all wlth'the league leader, Taber, and now that.Lethbridge is out of the run- HILLCREST DEFEATS COLEMAN 4 TO 1 -Hiflcreet Still Leads the Pass League by a Comfortable Margin Hllerest, Alta., July Monday the Blalrmore football team viaite4 Hillcrest and played what all consider to be the most crucial game of the teaion. Blairmore won ths tots and elected to kick down hill, ind kicking the ball off at once started playing a pushing game. HltLCREST SCORES .The Hlllcrett 'boys are some kick- ers .however, and soon the bali was returned-to mid-field, where it re- mained for a period of about ten min- utes, during which time neither team aeemed to imve the advantage. Hilt- crest, finally got the ball on the go and afU'r some particularly pretty with both heads and feet man- affed to score. Grimahaw placing a prttty shot past McGary. Another Score They proved to. be leis imprefn- able .than the home team's defence, and minutes play In the visitors-half of the. field, an- other goal 'was scored against them, thii .time by Rochester who made a fine run down-with the right wing. A tew minutes after this half .time was called with the score standing 2-0 In favor of Hillcrest. Some fifteen minutes after half time secured a well earned foal. From this on Biftirmore played for all wire worth and it looked at timea aa though tho game would end up in'their favor, the for- vards Mpeofallf pitying well. But tke MUkiwt forvirdi getting hold at Ml ik.Win they maoe a thf 'lower and after some quick footwork. In the gathering dusk it was hard for: the spectators to.see just exactly what took place, but the refered gave a penalty kick against the home team that aroused the ire of .that. team's supporters. But he was right there and placed there to see to little matters of this descrip- 'tion and we 'CTlie Tigers .gave their recruit southpaw Moran good support. Detroit 6 1 Boston........031 000 9 1 and Stallage and Onslow; Collins and C-arrigan. ST. LOUIS TOOK TWO New York, July Louis-took a double-header from New .York here today by a score ofiS'to 1 and 3 to 1. The double defeat sent ,the New Yorks back into the last place; Both Baumgartner and Hamilton pitched line game's for St: Louis. Davis, the Highlanders Williams Col- lego recruit, made his major league roke a leg, Jockey's Sklrviu and Rob- )ins suffered internal injuries while a Elizabeth broke its leg and md ot be shot, in a'bail spill in.the irst race at the Valleyfleld half mile rack this aCtonipon. Five of the eight horses in the race went down n a heap at the last turn, the track leing far too narrow for the number of [ntrles. the boys escaped un- uirl and oiie of them, Jockey Knight vas so little damaged that he rode virmere in thc'next five races, this onstituting a record ior racing in this district. Later there was a bad spill In vtlie orth "raco and Mastership "broke his eg In two places and had to be, shot. WINNIPEG RACES Winnipeg, July heavy rains if todaj had the effect of curtailing he most pretentious program ever ar-< nnged by. the industrial exhibition ut in spite of'the heavy going two unning races and an event for ama- eura were decided, on a track that 'as .inches, deep..in mud and water, t .one time M had been decided to o ahead with' the whole card hut heav3r downpour just as the chamber f commerce stakes were about to be ailed changed all plans .The two eafure events were culled off: Summary, Geutlpmen's raco, half He heats, -Johnny, W. Elder, Brandon, li.1 1; Tropic H. Burgess, Wiunipg, UETHBRDDGE MARKETS A' sharp decline Is notlc'onblo to- day in grain pi-ites on tho local mar- ket. Bran, shoots urn! 'onto allll'l re- main firm while'-, tho ciuotitllins-on meals show no slyn of changing. No.jl northern .J.....V___'Ij..j'o Northern NorthWn i O.S7 NO. 2 No. 3 No. -I No. 5 NO. G No. 1 Alberta Wed........j. No. 2 Alberta Jx'fld No. 3 Alberta Ilwl .........i. No. Alberta lied ..........j. No. 5 Alberta Red.........i. No. 0 Alberta .Hail.........[ Bran, .por ton Shoii-ts, per ton 23.00 Oati por ton, Rollad oats 2a.OO O.S4 O.UL O.-IS 0.35 0.711 0.7S '11.7 II O.C1 0.4S 0.35 21.00 per ton 27.WD to 35.00 Potatoes, per [on 28.00 to 36.00 Beets; per lli. 0.2 CttTrotn, per Ib. ...4... Turnips, per -lOlb. case per lOOlb. case ..4.50 Buttsr and Dairy butter Creamery butter. Ejjgs, fresh Cattle on the Hoof: Steel's, per pound Cows, per .pound Cows, dressed, per pound Steers., dressed, per pound Cheep: Uve, pur cwt. Dressed, por cwt, .7 Poultry: jeese, :UVe u..v ...v Turkeys Chlctenol... Fowl Ducks ..v...--.... 0.25 0.33 0.26 0.06% 0.05H 0.11 o.ia 6.00. 11.00. 0.22 0.18 0.12 0.15 WEDNIESDA-Y'S GRAIN PRICES WlnnlpdS. grain'iuark- ct. prices stoday were: :Open Close ily 107 ]0li'4 Oci 05-! Oct........-.......... 30 35% Extra No. -.1 July 391-i July 177 177 Oct.........i.......... 157 Cash Prices Cloie 1 Northern: IOC 2 Northern.............., -105 No. 3 Northern 9S No. 4 Northern 5 6 Northern Feed.......... Oats- No. 2 C W No. 1C W No. 1 feed No. 1 feed 58 5314" 39 37% Minneapolis Wbeat- July 2 3; Billy Pickering. Davis, High j Sept....... iver, 332. Time 1-2; I Dec....... International Buffalo 3, Rochester 1. Newark 6, Baltimore 1. Toronto 4, Montreal 2. Northwestern Portland 7, Spokane 4. Vancouver 5, Seattle 3. xVancouver 3, Seatlo 1. Victoria 2, Tacoma 1. xSecond game. Canadian Berlin 8, Brantford 3. xBrantford 6, Berlin 5. Peterboro 3, St. Thomas 2. Guelph 7, London .5. Guelph 7, London n. xLondon G, Guelph fi. xSecond game. CENTRAL INTERNATIONAL Dulutlr 4, Winnipeg 3.' Superior 4, Grand Forks 0. xSuperior 3, Grand Forks 2, xSecoud game. WESTERN CANADA Bassano THE KOLAPORE CUP Bisley. Camp, July Kola- pore Cup was won by the British teanl with only eleven points over ;hc next host. South Africa'. Tho dial- enge cup Is open to teams of Britain's volunteer forces or from any BrltisH colony, dependency or protectorate, for tho best aggregate of seven shots at 300, 600. and 600 yards. The total scores, of "each contesting team were: Britain 761; South Africa 760; -Canada 746; (JuernMf i25; In- 724, Ruuniog 1 1-16 citizens purse, 5800. Scrimmage, W. L. Jlcprncken, ralldon, (Martin) won; .Prince Ru- Cummings, Edmonton (Oumm- i-.igs.l. 11-1, secou'J.' -Miss Mttecotc. Hcwi Mayer, Calgary (O'Brien) 11U, third.' Time Running 6 furlongs, purse ?300; Love Watches, Anderson Luiiny.! Reglnn, 123, won; Reed 6: Mayer, .Calgary, Knub, W. J. Lamb, Carl yle, (Smith) 115., third. Chicago July Sept...... Dec....... 107' 100% 105 9754 96% IT WAS SOME RACE Kalamazoo, Mich., July one of the most remarkable races ever seen at Recreation Park, Anvil won the' 2.08 trot today in two straight heats.. The first mile was covered 111- best time in a trot so far this and in the second heat, Anvil further clipped the time to 1-2. Kick From Raymond RRymbnd, July secretary of the Southern: division of the -South- ern :Alberta -baseball league Jias re- ceived a communication from the man- ager of the "Cardston club in which exception is. being taken to'' the ap- parent looseness with -which.'men are allowed to come from other leagues from which, they are signed up or from other clubs in the same league and play with other teams. Section 7 of the bylaws read 'that no club shall elgn'a player of another club who. has not been released. Magrath hat; played Oori'lll of Warner, Ray: mond .'has. played Duggln of Tuber and played the Lethbrldge batters' In the game with Warjier at Raymond on July 10th. .Cardstou played Heridry and North on the field the same with their game in Raymond, but it 'was simply because they did hot have a complement of players, and the. team was really weakened by the ahiencc of their' own men. Warner the only teain In the league.tint has actually stuck to the players list- ed with the secretary of tho Jcnguc. At-the beginning the Cardaton man- ager, made point In this ob- jection that he says that "If this kind of thins keeps up .baseball -will in all probability bo a dead Issue- next year or It'wlll be only ot which town'can nlie the-most money to en- .players." WERE COWLEYITES NOT TREATED FAIR i Cowley, July JA large crowd fl'om Irere attended t3ie sports held at. BVaver Creek .Mines on Friday. They soy that it was an (mfalr deal all 'thrtnigh. Victor Hawkin's' horse won the -main ihorse race, but was given third place, while -lo-cal horses took the money. In the bucking contest dirti .was handed to the Cowley riders, Mills and Steve Bskos. "Wiastler" iMilligan, their local rider .was 'ttbrown at the start and his horsei "was -poor after he mountod but .he was given first placo nnd JBIlls got second. Bnkos got altiiough he rode the best horso tlJt'ere. Robinson, in the foot races Vas done out of monoy in two events.. '.The River baseball team are heavy in. j their; :pi'ai5e as to tie way the Beavttr team used them. They wo're the only square people, over there. e dance in the evening was The Tennis club, are giving a ball in the near, future. Tliis 'will, undoubt- edly ho the ,hest dance of 'he season. Tho new Wednesday l was opened the mayor, STILL LEADS Coleman, Ail a., July In last. Southern 'Albcha Football lea- gue, Hillcrcat 'defeated Ulairmore at Hillcrest by 4-li' on July 16th, this keeps 'the. still leading in the league. The game was re- feraed by Samim-l Pawn of Frank. Considerable nionisy changed hands on the result. the 17th Game8 to played on the Inst. are: .Hiiicrost'; Lille, and Coin- man vs Dlairmoro, Vic games wlll.be played at Lille and! Coleman. The results of tho.samer. and the league tanding will in a later issue. The Lethbrldfe baspball team defeated Intermedi- ates 10-3 iii a two yester- day ut Fhrnierfelt Pa'rt'it Coleman. Louis Sarlorl the ;