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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRHMIE DAILY HERALD ThurKday, July 18. 1912 ALL THC LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOMEMOIT EVENTS S. 8. TONIGHT The following IB the Westminster lino HI> in their1 tlth SI, Cju rliuis In (lie footlmll nerlea of Iho Sunday school, athlullc iwague-" to- niBlit: Saxon'.'W. tlilngton, Cowan, Claylou, McFarlano, Horn. F. Slmm, Mcllvcrii, MuWhluulc. s, BricKeV uiui Lelhbridge Adds One More Win Got Long End of Big Score With. Pinchcr Game Good Pastime But Not High-Class Running One Hand Catch the Feature PIncher Creek baseball teuu, stung nver theJr defeat on their last''.visit to this city, essayed.to >put one over the local aggregation at the ball yard 3ast night, _but the result ,was awful PIncher Reversing the ious order of their stellar, slant art- fists; Bell went into'the box.on the go-In. He lasted 'three rounds while the locals pounded across eight rune, the visitors themselves annexing two counters. Dapper then took a fling; but met a similar fate. He was just enough to allow to ring-four times, making a round doz- en of counters for the home brew Pincher annexed two more" durln 'Dapper's spasm, the game' ending to 4. It ratn't exactly a game one wou home about. In fact it didn rieserve the name of baseball.muc ir.pro than, the effort put forth her Taber a few mournful evening ngo. This time the falls had a chan'c was also as .usual, getting three in1 four times G. Mooro and Green each- counted two while every other member on (lie team connected safelv ring of the hickorj was a monotonous got away with 12 ;but sharp, fielding trying to connect with om of Joih's .curvft to smite, for the tables were reversed Josh Moore was on the mound for the and once more shower that -he goat of Pinchers best They hit him freelj in spots bMt on the whole be kept.-the bingtes aua the execution was Blight t It was not the piiching, however, featured the game.- .It was the fact that so many of the locals, who unible at stages of the poxng at of league, to connect with the ball laid on the hickory with a .vengeance, do- Ing dire ihings to the servingu of the crippled pitching ataft of tne team. 3Hck Meytra was the whole thing IRM, mglit Nothing too for kim Afttr pounding out three nicely placed safeties, he laid uRainsL an unlikely looking one for four making the circuit in the kind of ntyle. He also hand- very well on first. Pulley tlie leather sound. .Pincher lilts keep the score dowiu Houat- er aud Bell for the visitors each got awar with three safe bingleg. but their auccesBors failed to put them tcroBs: 'There a few fielding- stunts worthy of mention. In the first Said- soaked one ou the nose for what. looked like a sure homer. Pick att was- away, with the crack of the bat, and after a long run, he just, had tinw to stick up hie mitt The ball end stuck. It was a one-handed catch, which, hue not often been equalled on the Lethbridge diamond. Moore at third pulled off a nice unafiiited double in the aeveuth, With the hues full and none out, PickeW lifted a short fly to ;thlrd. Moore took-it in, and got Dapper off Prince Albert Fell to Our Soccer Prowess Lethbridge Kickers Won Yesterday 3 to I and Are Now in Are City Extends a Welcome (Special to the BASEBALL IN THE BIG LEAGUES Winnipeg, July members oi the various-'football teams and supporters iu the People's Shield the bv s against Umiiuu ind landed the ball just Jutslde National PHILLIES TOOK THE OPENER Chicago Julj butting Iho opening BIIEIO of the series with Chicago today ii 'After Chicago took tho lead; Cm- vath's triple In the third put Iho vis- itors ahead. Moors'a wlldncui was iresponslblo for the -locals-tying tho score, but Cravath's home run which cleurcd the right fluid fonco BUVO Phlladolphlu. the winning run. Philadelphia' .038 000 S 0 Chicago-........200 OOt 12. 3 Butteries .Moore and Klllfer: Ch'oaey and Archer. Tile' way It looked to Dappar vyhen Lethbrldje alab artltti buly :hlrd Than in the next MarcelliouB got on on a safety, but wag doubled on Glli'a jrround-ir to Seldenbecbsr, ivfao killed Marcellious off at second, tiling Gill on the first corner II wasn't a classy game like the last etto between these two teams but he (ana get a lot of fun for their The box score tells about ail here to knew about it. PIncher AB R H PO A B [ouster, sg oe Dapper, Ib ill, p t 3b ickett, ,'rirtt, 2b c l Dapper, 3b p arcelllous, rf 111, If 1, 2 1 0 0 1 0 1 3 0 2 I 0 0 competition were the gucilb of of Winnipeg and treated in a roval manlier. Three spe- tars conieji.'1 lue mlln- (enng 900, to the heautifuL As- siniboine Pnrk, where they were pho- tographed, and after a ram'blo through he park were entertained to a sump nous .luncheon.. The toast of the vis- iting footballers was responded toby Manager F. Robins. lunch- eon the party were the' guests cit; at the Indu-tnal Thf are loud la their praises of the treatment accorded them Lethbridge is coming to the front last in tile of the sporting pub- lic, and man) are tho bets that nilners appear ID the final and win out. Lethbridge met- Prince Albert this afternoon in the reVpIayed ,eie, Wil- lets and Thompson were included on the team in place of Drennan and Bestwick Johnny Easton again play- ed left hack. Let Bridge lost the toss and plajed with the sun in their 'V swift run down the field opened the pro cecdings, and Prince Albert opened tbeir eyes when Parker grazed -the post with a dand) shot White re the goat kick and passed to McMurtne, who in turn gau to who shot just the bar The ball returned to n.id-'fiolsi; and.. Prince -Ubeit made a great spurt which was broken up bj SV'hille, ulio the bail well down field where Lethbridge secured and J. Biennau missed scoring Vfter an other rush bv the Princes, w hich as not dangerous, the ball going behind, coming again, Parker shot just over Uie-bar and a few irsinutes.1 later sent in a stmger which Grant failed to goal and Suii.mer pulU.il the. bull out or a scrimmage and a corner was given. Nothing -resulted and'.MoMut- trie put in a peach, hut Parkoc and Thompson were off-side and a good cbance thrown away. Lethbridge con- tinued to press hut 'nothing 'doing in the scoring line-up to half 'time. CHANGE IN LINE-UP Lcthbridge made a change in. their lidc-up in the second ball, going right half and Holherton out- side right. This proved a most ef- fective move, for within two minutes from the kick-off. JloHierton centered to Parker, who passed to Thompson and that player returned to Parker, who heat Grant with a beautiful shot into the corner of the net, the cheer- ing was deafening. And from this time the Priuces seemed .to 'go .to pieces, their sup- porters lost tlicir lung power and Lethbridge took a new lease, oi life, going after the ball with renewed vig- or The pla> almost confined io the Prince Albert end in this half, but occasionally the northerners got and a straj shot secured by Sunnier and the susirejise. .was over. Returning, Raisebeck and Thompson -put. in sonva fine w.ork and w ere weli supported the hahes, who were plaung great foot- hall several shots wide, hut a cheer went up uhen Riiseteck hit the crossbar with a sn ashing shot NEW YORK'S BATTING DAY Plttsburg, July York hit Gamultz and Adnms hard today, wl 3. Malthewaon was a pu zle to the .local batsmen. New -iorll 200 300 110-10 13 Pltsburg 7 ami Myers Camnitz and Gibson BROOKLYN AND SAINTS St. Louis, July too tho. opener from -St. Louis today 7 t 1. Rllcker was effective in all bu the; sixth. inning, in which the local sco'rod thoir lone tally on 'a singl a stolen base'and another single. Th game'was stopped by rain in the fift and Presumed a-rter a. half hour wai under protest of manager Bresnahar who annbunce-d he woiWd file an ob jection with President Lynch. Kon stchy. made his first error iu games. TWO STIFF GAMES Boston, July and ,Uofi- ton divided a.doiiblo header today. 13d, Walsh hosted Buck O'Urloii In a.pitch- ors' battle in the flist gauio Chicago scoiing the oulj run of the game In the nlnlti liming. Boston got only two1 a scrntcli The Hod weie on-Top In tno second yinm 7 to 1, al though tlnuntenod foi a time to undo Woods tine pitching Pu ton bit Peters for in, tho eighth First gamy Chicago (JOO 000 C 2 Boston ........000 000 2 J TJntterlos Walsh and Kllhll, OBiion and Caiilgan Second gairio Chicago ji 4 Boston 000 211 11 3 and Block, Wood ami. Ctuiy MARKETS LETHBRIDor MARKETS Ua'ij biitlei shows u decline on tin local murkct of cents clear and onl> the good work of the semi-finals defence presented a score Shortly after, Thompson heat Grant with a hard tirive and Letlibridge Mas two up Prince Albert plaved a plucki game, but tould not gtt through the stone wall dciencc; and the last few minutes were made: up of, a constant bombardment OF the northerners' goal and .their efforts 'were, returned Parker .again found the net am! thp enthusiasm knew no bounds. The whistle blew with Lel-hbriclge pressing -hard and the miners bv their hard and con- sistent playing find themselves Boston at Cincinnati ('National American Won By Bunched Hits New York, July York was defeated here today by Cleveland jy a score of 5 to 1. Cleveland bunch ed five hits off McCounell in the fifth when they practically, won 'the game; Gregg was. taken out when the visit- ors acquired a safe lead aJid Baskotte who replaced him was effective. Cleveland 11 1 New 7 2 Bdskette and Gregg, and O'Neill; MoCdnnell and Sweeney, 'Cobb's Big Beatting Stunt Philadelphia. July won the first game.here today by 13 to 1, l am 3b ullej, c Moore, 3b fieldenbeeher, It" eyere, Ib onref, ackepdt, rf Moon, p 36 12 24 3 AB R H PO A 0 1 2 4 4 1 S 5 2 2 I 2 4 1 1 1 5 3 10 1 0 0 Score by iniingi Lethbrldie Pincher Creek -13 1! 16 27. ]6 2 035 040 18 .020 000 OM 4 Summary Hpmt run, Merera 3 bcie bit, eeifeabeeher. hits, J. Lee struck oat, br Moore 6, by Dapper 1, by Bell 2, double plays, O. Moore Seiienbecber to Meyera; baao'Oii baJla, oft Moore .li. oft-Bell 1, DC 'Dapper 1; umpire, G, Sriiecr. MACLEOD BEAT THE TABER NINE July an JiacUpd lowered the pennant Tuber ud pulled a victory wllfe the blackboard it up 5 to 3 Murphy, old re- occupied the mound and iritch iteady hii drops being Elite Cigar Store PHONE 1111 tantalizing, to Tiher. Miwieod field- backed Spud up to a man, and of work has not been ex eellet hm put Gray-in the box, and while he did good work, two or three on the field ed coatty The throughout was a splendid ex- hibition of how bail should be play Maelaod's win B march pmniuitwarda a check and to the remainder of the Khednlc other teams i up Huibvrt, who cant swim a life buoy and managed to reach ipot off Burllifton where Freeman, aged twelve, had aunk He to bring the to the turfate and rtach shore. It an hour to rwuaclUtt the tin, PRESSINU THra HARD Lethbridge continued to press and great w ork w as put in bj '1 hompson and Parker, who with Raisbeck each took a shot at the goal, but Grant was there with the goods and gath- ered them in as thev came Prince Albert, got away -and madp things look a little dangerous, but the great Easton ano; onslaughts and The hovs are all well and feeling ;ery eager lor the semi final with Norwood Wanderers- withstiniling the fact that they are- playing three games in three The 'me up Sumner, Es ter, Willetts White, 1' jlrennan, Iloiherton Thompson, Parker, Rais beck, McMurtne Fort William Hindercrs defeated but lost the second in the eleventh in- ning by five to four tri pie and Maggart's single The feature of the contests was the batt- ing of Cobb, who made seven success- ive bits, three singles, three doubles and n triple. Murphy, who claimed that the Detroit batsmen stepped out of the box, 1n the first game, was: or- dered off the grounds-by Umpire 0'Laiigulin. Detroit .042 010 600-13 13 1 Philadelphia ___ 000 010 B 3 Dubuc and Koeliler; Barry, Plank and-Egau, Second game Detroit Philaciellipia. Association Minneapolis Toledo 5, jlilwaukeo -I. Ciiy, Columbus. 3 Northwestern Montreal 10, .Toronto 3. IJsi'Wr 2. Newark City, 1. Central International Olind Folks; C Dulllth 1 JVorth western Spokane 7, Portland .5. Vancouver 1, Seattle 0. 'Victoria 4, Tncoma 2 Canadian Ottawa 3, Brantford I Ottawa 10, Brantford 3 Berlin II, Guolnh Berlin 3. .London 4, Peterboro 0. 'Hamilton 4, St, -ThomaB 2. game. Standings Today :The following is the big lengue landings as sent out by the Western Vssocialed .Press: National Lake and Stanage, ind Thomas. 100 OOQ 14 Oil 010 010 001-5 10 Plank, 'Bender Brits making two Fort Uilhani teams in the semi-final Summer kept bis goal Tuo games were scored 05 Toit Wil- mtact -liter another field play a foul Pit'cheri did the Work Washington, July and'-St. Louis divided today's double header. Washington won .-the first game-1 and -the visitors the sec- ond 7 to 6, after going ten in-ningu. Hughes held St. .Louis .to four scatter- ed hits in the first game. In the sec- ond game. Vaughn weakened in the eighth inning and the visitors bunched tour hits, scoring fhe runs St Louis 4 1 Washington 7 1 Allison and Stephe-ufc, Hughes- and Vingmi h Second gome St Louis, 0 1 Washington 2 Brown and Krlchell, Vaughan and Williams York bicago ittsburg incinuti hiladelphia.. Louis rooklyn oston oston ashington.. j liladelphia licago Cleveland Detroit SI. Louts New York "9 48 46 41 SB 34 58 52 48 45 44 41 -21; 22 Theie Is nlsd nollcoable a sllgu le- duelion In maul 'prices paitlcuhimj in the price of atoora and cows sprlni, ohlckoiw arte detuning to come In and ale selling at 20c per Ib Grifln quotntlons leinaln tho sumo as those yesterday No 1 Uqrtl.ani No J Noiuhoyi No. 3- Northorn No I No B No. 6 No. 1 .Alberta Hod No. 2 Albdrtn Rod' No. 3 Alberta Red No. -I Alberta lied' No. 5 Alberta- Re'd No. 0 Alberta -Red Bran, per ton aborts, per ton Outs, per sacked Rolled oats Vegetables: 4 Potatoes, per ton Potatoes, per ton Beets, pet Ib t Carrots, per Ib Turnips; per; case Onions, per MOlb.-casB Butter and lEgoi- Dairy 'bulter Creamerj butler Bgg3, fresh Catlle on tho Hoof Steeis, per TJOiind Cows, per -pound Cows, dr.essedr per pound Steers, per pound Sheep Mve, 'per ewt.1 Dressed, per CTalt, 1108 Poultry- Qeese, live ...4 OH Turkeys, 022 Lhe spring chfc kens, per Ib FOW! H 012 Bucks 015 HoOI: I 087 .0.84 0.48 0.8ti 0.711 078 0.76 0.48 (1.361 21.00 23.00 28.00 2700 to 3500 28 00 to 3509 01 02f) 4.60. 150 0.20 0.331 0.26 0.05 0.10. 01J1 SOD Dressed, per Ib. Live, per Hides. Green, per Ib. 0.11 O.OS. Cured Dry O.OS to to 0.09% 0.10 to 0.15 Sheep pelt, each 0.25 to 0.75 Lamb.skins U.. .25 to Shearlings 20 to 30 Horse hides, greem 1 00 to 2 00 Association Columbus Toledo Minneapolis Kansas; City aukee St Paul Louisville [n'dianapolis 60 58 36 35 Rochester Baltimore Toronto Jersey City Newark frovidence Buffalo Montreal International 50 46 45 44 42 S8 34 33 612 824 620 505 44S 411 .409 372 Horse bides, dry 1 00 to 1.7S WINNIPEG Wheat: July Oct Oats- Jills Oct No 1 July Flax- Tilly Ocl Cash Prices No. 1 Northern; No 2 Northern. No.-3 Northern. No. No o Northern No.. 6 Northern Feed Open Close 93K 34 38 K, J Ili7 Wlieat Cloie Critical Game in Pass (Enghih icullir) ind Ed (with hundi en on Tmnto July 11th f.r tht chimplonthlp Hlllcrest, Alta Inly large numbei "f Hillcrest oeople are going over.to. Lille tonight to-watch the football game between Illlicrest and Lille Thpv .irp in see a first clisn game, for, .11 of the fact that they are .it tho present time at'the foot of the list In the Alberta Pass :L-aagu, the'Lille boys have-been practising hard. Lille has a sporty reputation in' football circles in the Pass and the .'Illlicrest team have been keeping in good shape as they, anticipate having to put up a good game In order to beat the Lille men. 'The team playing against Lille to- night is as follows: .Goal, A. Crow- ther; backs, A. Wicks arid H.'Adlam; halves, A. Watson, B. Gaiaes and Jno. Petrie; frwnrds, Fred Taylor, Jack Grimshaw. Knowles !Uld Leh Ad! It was feared t Grlmahaw would not be play against Lille tonight, he expecting to leave for the morning train The w ever, recognising his great worth ov the field, made arrangements with him to slay over for this parlicular game The present standing of tho 'teams Alberta-Pass League is as fol- lows Blalrmore Coleniah Llllo P W L D P 111 215 2 1 3 0 2 0 2 1 1 No 2 C W No 3 C W Tub Sept Dec MINNEAPOLIS 105'i 1BH CHICAGO 100 IOJ, ns ssy, 70% 10514 943, OB "4 96% Sept Dec ORANGEMEN IN SESSION Jnli triennial conference of the Imperial Grand Or ange Council ot tho wojid ojioned here toda> Well a New York delegate arsured the assemblj there stnflTiart Orange- men in America to stand beside the oneii of Ulster foot to toot in ordei to the rule enemy: It will be noticed tint the standing several of the teams not interested In last Mondaj s match at Hillorest has been, changed. .This; Is due to the fact that the following games Ime 'o bo lephiyod, the last mentioned, teams being the offenders against the rules of the ,loague Burmls plajs Colonmn at Ccldniin, nlairmoio plajs llurmis a.t liurmis Liilo plajs Bur mis at Frank This last game was played at Burmis and the Llile players, belleUng themselves treated lerj unfairly by the timpuc, loft tho field in disgust. Both teams later on agreed to replay the game on neutral ground Coleman also Is to play Lille at Lille, this game not being under protect.-. In this case Coleman were unable to show up at Lille on tho day.appointed .and Lille agreed to play the game on a dateitb.be agreed ,upon later It A Bigham a Woodstock real estale-agent, is oharged with thett bv uDipetiitg: itsca., forgotten certain papers in Bighaois office uul was unable he says-to negain posses sion of them until n soarch warrant was Issued. rVm. Blreh, aged 35 years, a mar- id man of: Ottawa, jumped -to bis djath -from bridge on iurda-y .evening. k v Donaldson Line Direct Service Between Scotland, Continental- pofuts and Canada ever> Sat urday, Btefimcrs modern and up to dale, operated, on the One C1H38 'plan: Cabin staterooms. a" amid- ships. to Glasgow, Liverpool, Londonderry, Qalway and Bel- fast. ?33.00 to Hamburg, Antwerp and Rotterdam. to Sweden Norna> aad Denmark, etc For full information on any Bteaniship flgent or. write, H. E. LIDMAN, Agent 455 Main Winnipeg ;