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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Tjuifftlay, July nnUERE was a bright .lad in A rush J.'With both of Ills shoes yet to brushl 1 ,a minute of.time POLO fixed up'.his And it stayed bright right through the slash. THE LETHBRIDGE SHOE POLISH IT TAKES luBS Uiun a. inluiito to on a, Polp shlmi- just feWilnuliB, 11 iiiijiik nib anil then a vom shinu' Moro- dulled, an ..over, if Polo, dona linaUy become........., eusy brushing will bring buck all its gloss, Ask your grocer or sliomnan for polish in the or tan. The Cilii-'potb cleans and polishes. 12 1 G o o d forLeathe the Weather" Hold Franchise Calgan, July Cos was nilcu nt Satnrdaj s meeting of (he Western Canada league regarding his charges that Edmonton and Red Deer hail in agieeraent by "EHmes thrown to the latter teim in th OPPOSE THE FIGHT FILMS INSASKATOON Saskatoon, July ofilcfals arc talcing steps to ascertain ;wtietho thojr are in-a'positicra to. close- dov tho Johnson-JefTries nght" which are ruriniiig in the city at tho present-.timc and if they are itj is -like- ly thoy will do and the flght Eane of Saskatoon uill tp waif, until next month when ar rives before they can nine an oppor tunity of again viewing an exhibition of; their heloved .art, i These pictures have been, prohibited many places and the att'eritibn of he -police-and the city )een drawn to the fact aeveral..times since it that the films vei'e to be show rj m this clti Just as soon as a wire can be le ceived from Reghia action be aken in the mattei J Ilnal week oC the Just luili' of season the Basaauo hag decided to stick to-the eague meeting proved a very inlmpoitfliit one, onlj routine mattera iff President Do wad innounced that the official average or the fust half of the season would ie made public on Tuesday MINISTERS TRY TO STOP MILL Saskatoon, Julj minister al association has taken the ag tirtjon to ent the J3urns Ujcljard nill which has been announced foi he 8th of August md a message fias eon sent to Premiei Scott Re gina .with .this end Mil MOW The citj council :has intimated tint vheVe be no civic intervention and develop ment's are being uuaited with interest WOLGAST AND RIVERS TO MEET Los Ant'eles1, Cal., July Wolgast and Joo Rivers will moot at the Vorn'ou Arena on labor day, Tom lloCarey, manager of tho Pacific Athlellc said tonight in their aocond bout for the lightweight championship. Rivers signed articles yesterday and Wolgast will sign to- day. Onfalls of the battle were ai ranged excepting tho selection of a referee. Wolgast will get a guarantee of and Rivers who received ?7, 500 for lila last battle will receive 000, win, lose or draw. The referee will 'he selected later. H Is pretty sure he will he a Los Angeles man. Howard -M.1 Rogers merchant of St. Catharines and one of the players with the Uhletic laqrcsee cluo is dead. Aquatic Sport for Lethbridge MEETING TO ORGANIZE ROWING AND SWIMMING CLUB ON FRIDAY NIGHT A meeting for organizing the pro- posed Boating and Swimming Club, s> called for at the Y.M.C.A. on Kri- ay evening the 18tb, at 8.30. The lection officers and other mat- urs pertaining to the club will be iscusscd. It is to be liopcU tint ei interested in lake an endeavor to be prcnont, .0 tiat an institution conducive to onu the most agreeable and .inierestiinr rras of sport may be placed on z ractical footing. Mr. Mclvcncy, the energetic sponsor the movement, has addressed a iminunicatiori to" Alderman Skcith, the Parks Department, outlining io retiuirements of the club, and teii- sring him and anv other member of e council an invitation to be ent. t The club has so far fifty prospective whom are some of. the finest oarsmen of the e.ast. I.ft is expected that the city council will the wishes of tho club its at- tention. Jt only requires the interest ind support of every citizen the institution the success it is in- tended it should'be. Let there be as large and influential a gathering possible on TOASTED CORN FLAKES You have tired o other cereals bu you won't tire of this Spend a dime today for Macleod Won Cricket Honon LETHBRIDGE LOST FIRST GAME OF SEASON BY NARROW MARGIN The first match -of the recently formed cricket of Letbbridge took place on the H.NiW.Ar.P. grounds yesterday afternoon; Maclectl being its opponents. Some very good cricket 'ivas witnessed and a fine ex- position of batting'given by V. Brown of (Macleod and of the Ideal team. The game was a one innings and stumps were drawn at 8.15. Tho 'visitors, won what was a clos-s match by a margin of eight runs. A number of interested spectators wero 011 the ground. At the close a-! the game visitors and locals sat down -to a supper at the'Alexandra cafe. The following is the Macleod H. Napper c and b Pott Magrath Trounced By Warnerites SCORE WAS 12'TO 3 BUT SAME WAS REALLY INTERESTING C. Hall, c and b Potts. L.- Fowler; run out.............. H. .P; Robinsn, c.and b Pott J. 0. Nnpper, b Simmonds...... V. .Brown, caught b -Pott G.-Sissons, PoLt D Witford, b I, Hall, stumped G. A. Murdoek, caught Aitken, b Pott. L. Napper, 'not out Byes L-ag byes SPECTACULAR RACES AT TEG Winnipeg, Juij 7-While not on the progiam as a feature the raco for members at, the exhibition this, afteinoon iaus ed more excitement than all the othoi events combined: Tho race appears on the card us open only 16 members of any recog nlyed hunt riding 01 dihing club, am aJeurs only and when tho oient easily by Ranch King, onned h) '1 B Jenkinslon, of Scien Persons, Alberta, a piotcst entered bj other rldeis the ground that Park ei who had the mount on the winner was a professional rider. The Judges found that Parkei could be as a professional, but could not hen give j. decision as they e yet o find out the Intention of the dhec lor wh'eh laying down the conditions The 213 pace, Chamhei of Com nieice stakes was the feature of the card and it proved one of the best contested of Chambers of Commerce stake, purbo Rob Roj, Champion and Hanson, Willlston, ND 23111 Clla Ponrose, J. Carson, Winnipeg 11322 er Hal, McPherson, Ed monton 4 3 6 1 label, C J McDonald, Winnipeg n I. 5 3 3 loan Hal, _Haag, Calgai) d 2 1 4 6 eah, Miss' J....M.. Mueller, High Rher, Alta 7 7 7 5 j hde Wells, Jos Dompier, Edmonton 4 5 6 7 d ferry. Direct, R. Wood- house; Idaho Falls, Idaho DIS Tima 222 12, 221 I 22' 3-1 23 1 2, 2 25 1 4 ejkirk' Futurity Trotters; Purse "osonette, W Waddj, Win nlpeg i j rince Pongs'J. R. Sutherland, Calgary 3 4 Pilot, Prairie Stock Farm, Buttlofoid 353 J II McNultj, Edmonton South. 533 B On nard, T C Lyons, White-wood, Sask 0 2 5 Time 2 50 1 2 2 47 J 4 1 50 1 2 222 Trot; Purse o Cool Ai A Cucumber CU.r (It's (Don't Mill It) Special Instructive, Extraordinary Catching whales in mid-ocean The latest triumph Ir Motion Photography. It Mill get you guessing ho wore ever. Hecuro.il. U1 the Harpoon'ng'of a monster whale In Mid Ocean .ind tho whaling all Its details It It unique and Instructive. AN OATJi IIJS OFFICE A novel fill dramatic subject e-urted In the very heart of the weal; POOR JIMMY. v Slipping anil sensational stojy with a good moral lesion. The FOBGOTTfciY DANCING SHOES animated and amusing coniedj, ,vitb a heaity laugh ,it eierj linn of the Clank. SONG, (My Beautiful Lady) fiom "The Pink Lady" MISS OLIVE RICkARDS, (Tho Starland Girl MAJESTIC THEATRE TO-NIGHT SPECIAL RETURN ENGAGEMENT.OF. Miss Constance Crawley and HER COMPANY, OF ALL STAR LONDON PLAYERS, Mi-. Arthur Maude THE PASSPORT Friday, Marriage of Kitty PRICES 50c.________On Sale at RochnnV Coming week of July 22nd "THE DURSAR IN KINEMACOLOR1' The Eighth Wonder of the World Margaret lllington Who Will Appear at The Majestic on Saturday Night The Reason You put into every article you experience, knowledge I ind skill. have put into Alberta's i Best Baking Powder our supremest effort. you exercise the same care in the selection of Baking Powder as we do in its manufacture, you will order Alberta's Best every time, because it is always uniformly excellent, and invariably certain in results. July J at the ball park the locals again sailed through the Gaiden Cm in a very exciting game of ball, the score being J to 3 This however, does not tell the tale of tha Piicouutor for it was leillv a good fasf game The heio of the game Berg, the star-Warner fwirler. i might! good ganve, arid batted like A fiend He nude a home run, drh ing a swift, flighty one left fielders Head in the eighth. Berg is some ball nlajei and is a pitcher of unusual class, Phippau was n the mund for Ma grath and pitched a fast game, al- though ho was hit pretty at times lie onl> allowed one man to walk', throughput -the whole encounter, S-allens gate eiiorless support behind the bat, and the other boys were there the Mxtds use Deglow mide a few fumbles on-third base, hut apart from ibis he played a strong game A. Mercer was 1 he giant s'waiaman of the visiting team, and generally pounded Berg for safe. hits. Blumel also, used .the club to and got a lucky two bagger as-did also Sellens. "Shifty" Hocking on second played his usual stellar game and was successful in putting one o" (lie thiec lone runs oh ice. A. Mercer-gets the credit for the other two scores By winning this game and Cardstan 'oslug to Rajmand it looks as thqugh Warner had a cinch on the championship of tlio southern division of the league. They yet have to play Raymond and Cardston, but they are looking forward with confidence" (o these.events. This league will make a strng finish, and the race is becom- ing more exciting every day. The score: Magrath.......201 000 24. 3 Warner .......034 030 7 2 Batteries: Berg and Lttkcr; Sellons and Phippen. Lethbridge A, Dowsley, 'b Napp'er' Cany run out G. Simmonds, c and b Napper J. Lawton, b Napper A. Hings riui out Pott, tr Robinson Mould, c Robinson, b Slseons Begg, c Hall, bowled Nap-per. not; out Aitken, hit-'wicket Harris, c Brown, h Robinson Leg bjes The White Sox Defeated Taber The While Sox visited and defeated Talicr in a good gan p ot baseball, the final score being SIX .Ramsay pitched the entire, game. At. several 01 I lie game the bases full, hut close fielding..and scat- tered batting kept the score, doun lip 1o the end oi the eighth inning score stood to In the hrst half of (he Ui Taher made ,i grand lalh, JO. Hawkins, Holhcrtoii, Lee, N'oakes, Palmer, Woolton, Turner, Smith, Wil- son, Crnnmer, and palzell, (captj Kefereo R. C. Ferris. All plnyers-im- nble to play nleasu nolify aecretary fl. Wilson at S50.00 IN CASH PRIZES FOR BUST 15 READ AT LETHBRIDGE FAIR MADf PROM FLOUR Gee fi ttc Hoi or write us for full Information ENTRIES FREE The Eliison Milling Co. "Kindling" on Saturday As the time dittos npar for the tnentng by special requoBf Its next pcrfornmnco should draw a capacity aiidieiicp. Tonight "Tlio Piissport'1 will offering and ono would urge every lover of good ae.lingi to sec iMiss Crawley and her pi.noisl Majestic Theatre n n n One weekr; Mon. Evg. July 22 MATINEES DAILY THEREAFTER AT 300; AT 8 45.4. Engagement Eighth Wonder o' the World" THE GLORIOUS, GLITTERING, ORIENTAL PAGAENT -_ J, MOTION PICTURES PHOTOORAPHED IN xVATUEE'K OWN COLQ.BS OF THE CROWNING KING GEORGE and QUEEN MARY IN INDIA, AMID SCENES OF BARBARIC SPLENDOR "OUT GLORIES THE NIGHTS" A OQ PRODUCTION "THE VERY IMAQINATION OUTDONE" A. Presented thslr Majeitjes in London" and T.' H. H the Duke and Duchess of Connaught in Ottawa PRICES Ev.ninj, j, QO, 75c, 50o, 25c; Matintes 25c-50c Scats on Sale at Rochons' Ice- Cream Parlors PROMINENT OTTAWA ATHLETE DEAD Ottawa, Out, lull One cf Ot taua's beat athletics, died jes Kred Wood, a-clerk in -tlie customs -whq unocumbed n icouiv in aun.itroHc sustained on Tnosday. Woorl-dcvot oped 'spinal '.monlnKltls. and pasacd away at: the Protestant hospital. He crossc chib m 1903 4 7, ajid of Jate, had tleioted his sjiaie Jimo to rowing being a member of the Ottada jun- ior four which competed in the Canad- ian Henley at St. Catherines last sum- mer. Wood was a candidate for the senior elghl this year and one of Jfni- mie Ten pjjck's most promising pu- 320 in his 'jcar and for some tinie had been u prumlnciu figme In amateur.aihleUcd at (he capital. Wood scrved.with (ho fii.yt Canail- fnn contingent in, tlio South 'Africa war. He played with the Capita.! La: ONLY BATTED FIVE. .Philadelphia 16 -ijSc runs foi the loss of only flv in the second inning, the Mercer crick- et todaj succeeded in making- a dinw of thoir match with the dale tnani of 'Toronto 'Ilic Canadians had scored 300 thej finished thehr riral inning lotiaj while Uic homo hid ooly ntcunuilated 161 for the sitfttf ;