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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TJTE LETIIBRIDCfl D July 20, ALL THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOST EVENTS SWIMMING AND BOATING CLUB ORGANIZATION EFFECTED LAST CIFF1CERS ELECTED OFF TO GOOD START was held at the Y. M. TJ.. A. .parlors last night by the Leth- bridgc Swimming associa- Ittoii. The club adopted the name of the Lothbridge S. B. A., and all officers were elected until the first of October, ivhen the regular yearly meeting will take place. All officers will be then elected for 12 months ironorary men-bers or rather honor- ary'officers will remain as follows' Miybr, honorary! commodore the Gltr' Aldermen; honorary vice com- modores, and the following until Oct. Commodore, P. J. Mclnenlv vice-commodore, Robert Barrownian commodore, J. Eddy sec.-trea's Mr., Contbemr committee, Messrs j Fred Horn, W. Bites, A. Fnyne an Mr Bedpath There still a few offices to fii mt. another meeting, as it will be. ne cessary to select some experience boatman and canoeists. 4 IMPORTANT footbair tire will meet tonight at 7 at -the Arcade. AH de- are requested to at- tend. Important bueinasi. WHITE LARGEST CANADA Siillnjt from Montreal Evtry Siturany: (or Uvirpocl, .ulling it H.aantic July 6, Aug 3, Aug 31 July 13, Aug. 10, Sept 7 Uur.ntlc July 20, Aug. 17, 14 Canada July 27, Aug 24, 21 S.S. LAUHENTIC, 3.S.'MEGANTIC and Flneit steamers In Caoaduui Staunch and steady. Excellent accpmmodationii for all claaaw MODERATE BATE SERVICE S.S. Teutonic and S.S. Canada carry one clan (2nd) cabin only .TbVbaatthMe.steamers moderate rates, alio comfortable third-elm two, four and rooms rates plani.ll- luatrated bookletB, etc, apply to railway or steamihlp or to W M McLEOD, CWPA 333 Main Winnipeg DoQaldion Line Direct Service Scotland, Continental polnta and Canada, every Sat i new vteaqian, modern aid up to.daia; oiwrated on the Om Claas Cabin plan. all amid- amjis. II1.SS te Glasgow, Liverpool, Londonderry, Oklway and Bel- fast to Hamburg, Antwerp and Rotterdam. tae.OO to Norway and Denmark, etc. For fnl! Information call on any steamship agent or write, H. E. LIDMAN, General Ag.nt 455 Main at, Winnipeg The Koyal Line MONTREAL OUEMC TO BRISTOL, ENGLAND IMrtut lo London in 1U Ton floating gt Lawrmct SalUnfi R.M.8. Edward 11 RMS Royal Onorfe.......June it Batw of Puuce elm..... M and tad claw f S3 75 and upwards t cliu Bristol or London DIM Atk tnj railway or Btiuuhlp lllwtratod m. afe, or A. H. DAVIS, WINNIPEG 272 MAIN STREIT Or Aflont GIVE THE SOCCER BOYS WARM WELCOME HOME PUG ARTISTS TO EXPLOIT WEST IM Lethbridge ioecer players go up against the Fort William C. P. R. team this afternoon-for the People Shield, and tho cham- pionship of Canada. The Herald will have its usual special report on Monday giving full details. Tho Herald has not waited for specials from the last games, but has Had a man on the ground with the' since it left. Tho feeling IB that despite the stren- uous playing they have had to do since going to Winnipeg, the will win. out. The Herald would suggest to the Mayor and authorities that it the championship comes to Lethbridge the boys should bo given a rousing welcome horse. The team has already given the city some fine .publicity, and should they win will receive a most gratifying advertisement. It is perhaps premature to be talking reception but the Herald has faith in the boys and would like to'have the authorities move the moment word comes of victory. The boys will como home as fast as the C. P. R. can bring them and it should be arranged that-they time their arrival so as to make a public reception pos slble. There are hundreds of soccer enthusiasts In .Lethbridge and those who do not follow tho game would tarn out and cheer for the boys who have brought glory and.honor to the city. Don't let the.idea die out with a thought that it would be fine. Act and make it fine. The boys will appreciate it. Even though they fail- ed today, the boj-8 have earned the city-s gratitude. DULUTH ON TOP ON OPENING DAY NTERNATIONAL REGATTA OPENS AT WINNIPEG WITH SOME -FINE SPORT Winnipeg, July 20. blue and white colors of the Duluth .Boat club were in the ascendant on 'the opening fay of the program oi the inter lational regatta, two importan vents, the bantam four and the jun or eights going to the proteges o oach Ten Ejct. Winnipeg had to hi bntont with honors :'ihj the senio oubles while the best St. Paul couli o -TrasVto -take: second in the junior iglit Both wins Duluth wen lighly creditable, the fours finishm] vifch lots in' reserve while the- eights 'ere fresh and strong -when ihej row- d paat the winning buoy four length of the'. St. Paul represcnta- It was a great dav for the bead VtB en. Eyclc strpke, which does not fine avpr m the eves ot the local oars- men, .the opinion of the :yle, there can be no question as to te power developed in the "races to- The great event ot the da> was the unior eights Duluth rowed well irve and could hare made much ettfr timerhad there heen a closer intest They- won bv three lengths with--St.-Paul six in front -of the The'time was S( minutes 35 seconds. Neit m importance to the p's'its was the race for bantam fours At thp bend, Winnipeg was taking the WMh ol the Duluih boat while St Paul was plugging along behind sev- eral length! in- the rear. Throughout Dyluth 34, brushing up a little the finish, -fthile Winnipeg ed to 36 m dash for the fin- ishing line Minnesota Club of St Paul wai four lengths behind Winni- peg, who were two lengths behind Duluth The Winnipeg Club placed Jerry A! dous and S Culver in the doubles, the latter rowing strong The St Paul pair were McGuickcn and Coehran, who were the onlv op- ponents in this Winnipeg at once went to the lead tt the gun and increased their lead until the pontoon bridge wai reached, when the St Paul men made a nice spurt and gained somewhat, narrowing the gap until (he gun at the finish sounded they nerr only a httle our :two lengths behind. BUSINESS MEN FOR; CLERGY AGAINST HOW SENTIMENT. STANDS IN SASKATOON ON THE PRIZE FIGHT PROBLEM Saskatoon, July far as Saskatoon is concerned the agitation against the holding the to-round Burns-Rickaril bout on' August u has to date aroused little public in terest or feeling apart from -he ni> tion of the Ministerial Association in recording a complaint with Premier Scott. The Phoenix, publishes inter- views with seven oi the minuets of (lie local -with one cxccp lion condemn the holding of the hont opinion being that the sport is all nglit so long as it is con- ducted On the other naad nith lo oi the promneut busmes, Hnvo you .tried the ELITE SPECIAL CIGAR Three for 85c. Elite Cigar Store PHONE 1318 What the Moral Reform Council of Canada Has Done Toronto, July Globe will say tomorrow "That promoters of prize fights, driven by developing public sentiment and steadilr increas- ing legislative rigor from the many states where they have hitherto op- erated with immunity will endeavor to open up a new field for thefr en- terprises in Western Canada is the information given the social and mor- al reform council .of Canada, from correspondents both countries Canada as a pugilistic field is deem- ed more advantageous from a geo- graphical and monetary position than Mexico, the other alternative for North America and efforts have al- ready lieen made in Alberta'and Sas- katchewan to "sound" ties and test public sentiment, The former have so far proved obdurate. It is proposed to try out the law, however, by a boxing match -which the officers of the council claim to ;bc a prize fight at Saskatoon on Aug- ust sixth, when Tommv Burns, form- er champion heavyweight of the world, is billed -to meet Tex Rick- ard. Burns, whose baptismal name is Noah Brusso matched against RicKard for the Canadian champion- ship. The number of rounHs" is said not to be limited. "The moral and social reform colm- MARKETS LETHBRIDGE MARKETS 'J'loio ate no today. In local inhrkot IH-ICOB. Tho recent de- cline in IUIHII prices urn) lead to n ftuthoi leiliibllon In the i.cai fuluio 1 Nortliorn 2 Northorn 3 Northern -I 5 ..7 1 Alberta lied 2 Alberta Red S Red O.S7 0.84 0.7'J 0.01 0.4S 0.38 0.79 078 0.48 0.351 21.00 The Future Sport By WALT MASON The airship is a'thing achieved; it has its-rightful place, as well-as any autocart that ever ran a race 'The farmer, .n the coming jcirs, when cygs to town he brings, will flop along above the lacs, upon Ins rusty wings' Hie doctor, when he has a call, from patients far or near1, will quickly strap his pinions on, and hit the atmosphere. And airship'iracmg then will be the sport to please the crowds; there'll be racecourses'overhead, and Brand- stands in the clouds. The umpire, on his patent hover here and there; the fans, with rented parachutes, will prance.along.thc'air; the joyous shrieks .1 flying sports will keep the welkin hot, and soaring cops will bCItlicly chase Ihc scorching aeronaut We'll soon be hi ing overhead, our families and all; and then we'll need the earth to land on when we fall. by George Matthew Adimi. BASEBALL IN THE BIG LEAGUES Results of Games cuv only texeai contest, tlif1 >najT men of the against the taking the stand that it lull lie j'PO advertising lor ml tint a the other bouts In the citv have ore clean, this mil probao'v >ie the sal while several go so far as Mayo Clinskill m stating that if boxing to be prohibited, Football and la crosse in ..the same class objection is looked for [rom th city council, the'license for the hold ing of the bout having been issued ST, CYPRIAN'S WON Tne St. Cyprian's defeated the Wea minster's bv two goals to none m th esaior fottball genes of the S S lea gue last night AB usual quite a nura ber of the supporters of both teami were present The St Cypnan'i have strengthened their team sinn the opening of the league and plajcd a good game last night MEET LF.THBRIDGE SOCCERS TODAY Southern League Fixtures Raymond, July schedule ot the: southern division of the Southern AlBtrta Baseball league, has under- gone tome change Beginning yeg- July Carditon' played and .today, July 20, Raymond pity I at Warner Instead of Warner it Raymond the schedule calls for. 1 On, July 24th Carditon at War- atr and Raymond at Mat rath.- On thiJftH Raymond to Cardfton to play (or game which abould have laken 'by Cardaton by de- fault. On July 11 Macrath in bllKii for Raymond. Raymond hai ttlll one n'ore game from home, that at Warner which should buie been pkyttf lilt Saturday, July II! date la to arrumd This Winnipeg, two Fort William teams, C. P. R. and the a k clean, clever exhibition .ot toot- call in the semi of the Peoples' Shield here tonight, the 6 P R eleven winning a closely fought .contest 3' to 2. The railway team was slightly the better outfit and deserved the victory. The hal-f .time score was 2-2, the winning tally being made In the .final period. C. P. R. play- Leth- bridge in the final game morrow afternoon. til it seeking to frustrate the hold 015 of the mill interviewed Ret Dr Talbot Moore declared that evciy step was being taken to stop the e couiter "The people of said he, "are up in arms, about it and have received several protests 'asking us to co-operate ''In taking action The proiincc does not want to be come notorious by. being placed in a position of seeming to lights.." National St. Louis .Alton, Curtis and .Miller; 'Salle Willis and Brcsnalian. First New York 004 000 4 10 '-Marquard and Meyers; -Warne O'Toole and Simon. Second game- New York 8 Plttsburg Crandall, Ames and Meyers; Hem rix and 000 S 5 .Kling; Humphries an -Boston Cincinnati Tyler and McLean. Philadelphia 10 Chicago... 3 Rix-ey and Killifer; Richie, Laven der-.and Archer. Will Be Great Match HHlcrest, July .Hillcreet' baseb.aJI team went .down to Blair more last Wednesday evening to play the well, known Bla'irmorc team. To their surprise .Blalrmore boya failed to show up, and upon .inquiries being made H was discovered -that ov; ing to the fact, that Olson, one of Uie local stars, "would be unable-to play that night, Blairmore had decided to call the game off It would surely have been, a little -more businesslike to Gave adUsed the visiting team of their decision haye'savet them the'long drive through" and'the consequent expenses to the club; All Hillcrest is goiny down to Prank next Saturday to' see the football game between Lille and Burmia Speculation is rife as to which of hese teams -will win out, and consid- ering the showing made bv Lille against; tho leaders of the league, crest, last Wednesday, local opm on is-that Burmls :is in for a harder game than they imagine. MQftTIMKR AT YARDS, Mortlmtr it 1100 The Que corporal on tht. at won BMI competition with out of a 50 at 1100 y.rdt. EDMONTON CRICKET TEAMJSJO TOUR Will Viiit Several PoinU In Province was Mentioned Edmonton, July Edmonton rioket club team will start from this ity.August 2 otua-.tour, nce, Including tho Western Canadian j tourney at Calgary, August A The team will play at Red Deer _August 3, and at Pine Lake.on. August turning from the tournament the cricketors .will probably arrange .sev- eral other games. The tour will be the most ambitious ever attempted by the Erimonlon cricket club and should bo a decided success. in Aug- ust the club has matches scheduled with Jlanvillo and Lloydminster, No definite arrangements for the game with the Calgary club have: yet''been made. The cliief object of the game will be to give the (Commit- tee a line on the provincial team. American First game- Chicago 000 000 6 Boston......012 020 9 Benz au'd Kuhn; Collins and Carri gan. Second game {12 innings) 000 010 000 Chicago Boston. .Cicotte and Sulllyan; Cedient and Carrigan First Detroit 002 002 .12 Philadelphia 202 010 11 C Willeit and Stanage; Peiinock; Bro'wn: and Lapp. ,Second G 10 4 PhiladelpWa 342113 14; 1 Donovan, Works and Stanage and O'nslbw; Hoiick and' Thomas. First St; Louis Washington 010 000 010 040 -Powell and Stephens; Groom and Williams Second, St. Louis 6 3 Washington 023 410 000-rlO 10 2 Hamilton, C. Brown, and Snell; Caahion amlAinsmith. Cleveland 002 000 010 8 2 New York 000 200 010 8 3, Blanding and Easterly; Ford, and Sweeney. Association Toledo 10; Milwaukee 7. Columbus 4; Kansas City 1. Louisville 7; St. Paul 3. Indianapolis va Minneapolis, rain. International Toronto Rochester la 2 12 Rudolph arid Bonifs; Wilhelm Jones and" Jacklttscli: Montreal ,v. 200 000 2 6 2 Buffalo 15 1 'Mattern and Madden; Ewing and Mitchell. Newark 110 030 9 15 2 Providence 1Q140ft 20 f -Stark, Bell and'Smith; '.Sline and Schmidt. Jersey City 000 000 0 5 4 No. No. No. No 4' Alberta Rod No. s Alberta Rod No. (i Alberta Hed per, ton Shorts, 'per ton J Oats, per toa, sacked 28.00 Rojled oats 29.00 Potatoes, 20.00 to 24.00 New potatoeb, Ib ..01 BUets, per Ib. .3% Carrots, per Ib 03 Turnips, per Ib Onions, JIBJ Ib Butter and Eg0a: Diirj butter .020 Creamery 0.33 ES65 fresh 026 Cattle on the Hoof: Steers, pei( potund 05% Cows, per pound 0.05 Cows dressed, ponnd 010 Steers, per jiound .0.13 Sheep: kite, per cwt 600 Dressed, per cwt. ll.ot Poultry: Geese, lire O.U Turkeys 02J Live spring chlcSiens, per Ib. 0.20 Toul 012 Ducks ..4. 0.15 Hogs: Dressed, per Ib. Live, per cwt ..t 008 Green, per Ib OOStoOOIJt Cured ,j. 009 to 009% Dry ...i, Oio to 015 Sheep pelt, each O.ZB to kfv BIRKENHEAD STOCK .MARKET Lit ei pool, July Rogers ft :Co., Liverpool, cabw today that oiving to regular supplies rtf Irisli stock com- ing into the Birkenhlead market there has-been a gradual .-decline iu prices and quotations. agaiUi show a reduc- tion on those last catbled.- native Can- adians making 14% to and fed ranchers ;frpin to cents per (pound. Baltimore 12 2 Manser, Doescher, Frill and Ron deau; Vickera, .Danforth and Bergen Northwestern Vancouver 1. Spokane 7; Portland 0. Central International DuHith 4, Grand Forks 3, Winnipeg 7; Superior 3, Canadian London 4, Guelph 1 St. Thomas'10, Berlin 3. .Hamilton G; Peterboro 2. Ottawa 2. Liverpool Liverpool, July 20.V-Close, 'Wheat spot steady; No. 2, Red western win- ter.Ss 7d; No. 2 Mahitdoa not quoted; No. 3 Manitoba 7s lid.. Futures easy. October 7s 2 5-Sd; Dec! ,7s 1 5-8d. EARL'S FILLY WON STAKES London, Julyn National Breeders' Rroduce Stakes of sbv- erigns for. two year olds, live furlongs was -won today' by Lord Roseberry'b Pruela Chestnut-flUy by Ctcero-Pnirine who started, at 5 to 4. Mitchell ham's Concertina filly, 10-Oto. second and E, Cbolmondelay's Albian. took tbird, 11 to 2. Tnirteen ran. THREE I LEAGUS Decateur 3; Dubugiie 3 Springfield ,2; Davenport 4, BJoomington 4, Quincy 13. LILLE 1--HILLCRESTO Hillciost, July rig in own .was requisitioned last-Wearies ay even'ngs to take the crowd of lllcrest football enthusiasts to LUIe i the occasion of the game between illcrest -and Lille in the Alberta ass League series. They are mian- mous in their condemnation of tho to tliat place, the road by Belle- le being particularly atrocious The ame is-reported-to-have been a clean st ganie''thrpughout, and the gen- opinion is that had Lille not ored the flint goal the gamo would ended. In-a draw, the Hillcrest am taking It rather easy in the half This is ensilj understood sen it ia remembered that just two nights before they had played the fastest same of the season after weeks of.idlflneiw. Each tf-am has to play eight match es, and from tnis It nill be seen that Hillcrest '.has only the game Lille next Wednesday to' play. Burr mfs? on account of the number of games yet to be played, is" the dark horse in the league; but, we believe the game'at Frank next Saturday will, BANKERS TEAM FOR MONDAY The Bankers team play St. Cyprians on Monday night on St. Cyprians grounds. The Bankers' ;team follows .Goal, Bishop; backs, McGuckln and. Dixon; half-'backs, and Golan; forwards, Shedden, Hinks, G-. Shedden, Gregory and Thompson. YOUNG MINISTER IN TROUBLE He is from Walkerton afid is Alleged to Have Concialed Boston, July In semi fashionable. 'Wollaston discussing the attempt to oust froiri. his-pastor- ate Hev. WIlllam-B. a. young minister from Walkerton, Ont.; .who for a few months has lilled'the pulpit of the Congregational .chucch there, and the equally'determined effort of the iliinister's' have him retained. v Chester Boyutpn; a wealthy; member sued, the minister, seeking for the alleged loss of his wife's affection. The pastbi s friends have Boynton .to ;bo summoned 'before the trustees o-r the church, Hill m formal trial Boynton has agreed to, appear. Geoige Colburn, a membei of the church, said: "We .have learned that Mr Avers has snorn falseH in regard to his age the forty members of the church 1 conducted an investigation regarding Mr. Ayers. 'On September of last year he his ,igo as 32 I look- ed up his birth certificate at Walker- ton, Canada and found him to tis but 27 years old.1 RAIN UONOBOAT'S RACE July twelve mile race between Longboat and Cameron to have takah at New Glasgow today was on account ot, 2 tfclock tomorrow. RUBBER SOUS Ukxlii flw of Cafe Paw Reels. ;