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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBBIPQE DAILY HERALD ALL THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOST r.VENTS AT THEATRE ;ALL THIS WEEK- TRIPLE PLAY WON FOR LOCAL TEAM Indians Defeated Pincher in League Fix- ture by Score 7-2 Locals now.Over the .500 Mark' (Special to the Herald.) 'Pmoher Creek, July 2i-Pulling off the flrst triple plaj of the season in the Southern Alberta League, thb Letnorulge Indhira once more added the scalp of the Pincher's (o their bel In the final league fixture here th a-renlng; It was u classj game eve if the locals did lose, and tile bl proud got more than the worth o their money. Lothbridge showed in nroYeraent In their team plav fion their visit here and had no troubl In pulling: the game out of the tire winning bv 7 to 2 The game onlj six Innings The stellar plaj of the game was made iq the first after the locals had annexed one run With the bases full iqd none out, what looked like a sure Texas leaguer was hit down third base terrltorj Geo Moore w as there however, and after a hard try roped thetis ball in The runners on second and third, thinking the bail was a suie safetj took long leads Jloore touch- third, and threw to Evans on sec ond, getting both runners off the bags It was lightning plaj and brought the crowd up with a gasp It was just such sharp fielding as this through the game -which gav Lethbndge the game for Mooie oil th firms line.was accorded big leaeu support f s The locals sot one icrosi in the Ilrs again in the sixth thev- made a rally which resulted in an; other Tbo vliltors came bacl tjith three in (he second, one in the nfth and again added Unee in the sixth when the game was called on ac. count of darkness Seldonbecker poled out one of tho ongest hits overseen on tbe giojnds but the locals were laving for hn ,md etreiving the bull with more bpeed lian usual, nipped the fleet Indian t the home bag It was a clean triple nd would have gone for a home run ad it not been fieidod perfectly Tho score by innings 100 eorge Mqqre, 3b; ss' toes of; Green If, Wriggleaworth rf' eyers Ib; oJsb Moore p Pincher 2b, Marcellf I ua, rf; J Dapper, is Gill If, Honsler 3b, Tucker cf; Joe Dapper Ib; Bell p: and Pickett c. je'thbridge mcher Creek fv.tns 2b, BASEBALL IN THE BIG LEAGUES AGE AND WHISKERS MARKER LETHBRIDGE MARKETS Thoroarc very fow'prJco .variations mi'T M "y T.ed have slows havo oC'comTw Ib. Quito a number of lamb skins coming In, and fetching "ft eanil each. No. 1 Northern.. an t- No. 3 Northern... jjo. 3 No. 1 Alberta lied 2 Albortn lied No. 3 Alberta lied'.1. No. 4 Alberta Red... No. 5 Alborta; Red Bran, per ton Shorts, per ton'.. Oats, per ton, sacked Rolled oats O.T7 ..073 0.73 O.CO O.-lli 21.00 23.00 28.00 2U.08 Ib 5WKNB? Catching Great Ball Canada Made a Gooc Showing at Bisley Ranges Bisley Camp, July 22 on the general work of the Canadian team, the commandant, Lieut Colone ot Winnipeg, says a bette team came to Bjsley. The Can Associated Press li desired by team to voice their appreciation ot the kindness and consideration of Colonel O'Grady and the adjutant Lieut Colonel Wlntei, Ot Quebec Corporal Mortimer is the biggest money winner of the team, the Que- bec man carrying off a hundred odd But this was won chief! In the match, rifle events where he ca fed off the Edge and the Bass the Jiojtton cup, following thi up by the King's Norton. With the service rile conapicuou among the Canadians were Capta! JMAGRATH'S BIG LOTS OF FUN FOR THE PEOPLE AT. CELEBRATION THERE Magrath, July 22 rangement jucmuea, rrincel now almost completed foi the bi Edward laland, fifth, and Lieut Steele celebration which will be held her Oi eighth, each with 67, win Wednesday, July 24th and i AuM, Winnipeg the Heather is fivorable it will b .--n, itaff Sergt, Richardson, Victoria the sreatest day of sport that has "nd. Corporal Began, Edmonton 53rd, evm been held in Magratll The dav Capta n Forrest, COth, Sergeant Bat one continual round of spoit terrtll Winnipeg 61st, Seigt Mac and atluetlc events, including an Dougail, Victoria, 69th, Color Sergt attractive race card WELL PLEASED CANADIAN TEAM poanas Sergeant Mclnnes, 330 pound.' jrn'B me children's races will Culiand of London won the Burt, tor chidtenLiJe num- Jacobs JOCKEYS -AND AMATEUR HORSE MEN GENERALLY LIVE LONG London, lulj 30 lack Jovner vlio is training lor Hanv P ney, says he is-convinced thai Jut, on the English turf produces long hie lor oth amateur and prolcb lonal hor e icn. Jpyner passed tliis remark 'uesdav week-, vvheu he saw--an aged itler, with biishv__vvhite hair and ide hiskcrs. dismojnt" from the die tnut mare Mjnore, after breezing her i mile and a half as' final workout lor the historic North Coimti; two mil stake race called the Northumberland passed nine Phillies the latter Potatoes, per ton New potatoes, pe Heels, per Ib. Carrots; per'lb. Turnips per Ib Onions, por ]b. Butter and Dairy butter Cieamery butter fresh Cattle on the H of Steers per pound Cows per pound Cons diessed pel pouiij theh batod _bat son out of the box, winning from St. Louis 1 to 4 New ni is 1 3to 3 Pinner winning hi game of (ho 'e'a'son for the Cranse, AOileOc. app_ea_red Cleveland He wa given poor support National 30.00 to 24.00 .03 0.04 0.20 0.33 0.25 0.5 0.1U Pe' I" 0.11 TUESDAYS Viiunipeir Man Itfly 23 The gram markets openedxpd lo Wheat- July October December July October No 1 Feed Closing 1 Northern Brain markets openedtfiind ilaj as follows .Open J4y, Tulj Close 107 35 )s 94 38 Id Plate The mare w on the clai ic day, Thc venerable and veteran as John Osborne, who wa world's premier jockev beioie rider the Fred 01 Lnglaml and Ike Murphv, :he colored American jockev e died their zenith Osborne gave up nding nanv 3 cars ago, but he retain his ovp fpr thc turf by training a ;ood horses. In spite of his advanced age (Os- lorne has passed the fourscore ;oston 000 000 0 6 Plttsblirg 001 001 2 1 Brown and Randeu Cammtz an Gibson. New ork 000 000 4 11 Cincinnati 000 000 1 S Alathen on and Hjei Sugg an McLe n Brookljn 010 000 10 Ohio go 010 012 14 B rker and Miller Richie and Ar Cher 'hiladelphia 000 040 b 10 Loul 000 200 2 Brenmn and Killifei Dale and Jresnahan. ncre uaptai Forrest of Vancouver, who led th Canadians up to the list range In the Ding's prize fiwgeant Armstrong of Halifax who won the Daily Telegraph cup, and ethera who wen well up in the afgre- lulon, Mortimer won the Aaaocia. tlon cu copen to members.of the N H A with an aggregate of 68, Ser Armatrong of Hallf c often gives hlilciiargcs their early hot. i the oration I 'in the early, dawn I Pjrsr Captain Softer, 8th, and Rev 4 R ,t Commence the p.cturc of this rugged character of B h Won and Hwj-o-d "owa the stretch, his Buffi The of'r locks in -s of Winnipeg, won side, and much interest is being ere SIXTY ated by this event. At 1 30 Raymond and Magrath Trill play a league b: International 200 020 583 003 210 10 I chale and Rondeau, and five pounds Sci Mr, won two pounds Blacfcbur 18th, Davidson, Winnipeg 27th 29th, an Major Diamond of Halifax, e each won Ommundson, of Scotland the fine championship i seiatar, 32na, Smith o QttaYfj, 35th, ind Battershill, i won bronze jewels. Kelley ot South Africa won le Standard of Empire cup awarded THE CHICAGO CUBS Chicago, June 23.-The belief nK a ank Chance, for years the brains of Chicago National league machine go over. to of the ue ciub take up the for so yeart. held by the American Joe Tinker 'will "Tinker, is the k: into "T UCHJ1L i the' lineup thi! spring were such were suc a 'ailur. that, he has given up hope entirely of playing any more "The argument is that Chance to get away altogether, hi some smart fans say that is only 'tall. H8 Vurpbj to tum him and then he wants to take very best pla.ers'each own ,as a thc Qmneai grath hopes to win fhis game aS ft T im means a great deal towards them an S'XU nexlng second place Raymond is al I thc so out for Magiath's seals, and the lan" Plat vMer md "Jeuce 000 100 100- 7 J2 4 10 2 Ameru-m pO 200 4 4U 001 13 nrf i uhn Pi he M Chicago Pel! Petars Sweenej Cleiel nd 000 200 -0 Boston 200 211 8 11 Baekette ftriu.se and 0 Neil) 0 Brlen and Cairjgan _J _ St LOUIS 000 pn f 7 Philadelphia 103 103 a-> P Drown Allison and Stephen louok nd Lapp iolt 000 000 371 Va hington 020 300 b 14 Johnson and Amsmith, 2 iNorthein 3 Northern 4. tor jiiagiatn's seals, and the w-nn conteat will undoubtedly he one of tralneti Mvnora the fastest ame! ears ago that Osborne Toronto rode the winner of the XorthumberJ Lafltte and Smith, Rudloph, Max he so success and Bemls Baltimore 201 100 lo 2 P'ayed in 'he "a" a Cenlur) whis Sue tills season, llpre: Am "i n t 1 greatesi rival was peorgc Fordham, Rochester 200 112 11 o sears old when he Dsnt Lee and Higgins, Wiihelm, vvon the Grain! Pnv nn and Blair. exh'bltlon They are endeavoring to induce to play this game The program of races and athletic vents, which ylll be seen at the park ji Association Colimibus 8, Milwaukee 4. Toledo 5, Kansas City 3 St Paul 4, Indla'napolii, .i Louisville IB Canadian St, Thomas Ottawa 2, Peterboro 6 Bfailtford 1. London fl, Berlin 1 Quelph Hamilton 0 5, Guelph 2 game __ Northwestern Tacoma 7 Victoria IB Vancouver vs game July S-aptembei December 38 37 JS SO 4S li Close Close- 98% of the Sox Comlske5 nant Sim, they aay, and lo Frank a good big bloek of jtock Thil Murphy -won't let loo.e ,nj more than 10 pw Ohanc, already owns De} war's Special Liqueur' OOvard" hn P ce -6 P -..5 trot, best best two Osborne's whiskers ore now snow When 'lie chooses to retire h hllt he still thc spirit be veil with the world' "nd rides like a budding good, rot he worked onlj for libera "e '00kS antl good and bel only on horses h o C0me Thrt three leaders of the turf have greatest U Inch he nevei deviated thoroughbreds before they vvtrc ever p team trot buggy, teams having public mo ey barred, high jump, 100 yard foo putting the ahot. half mile pon race, 14 hands and under, throw-in the hammer; 220 yards foot race, Iia caddie horse race; quarter mil hone race, quarter dull, thor ourhbreds barred far these races and events very puraca are offered, and thej i" no doubt attract some of tha horses in Jhls country. The y. e rack will be put in excellent shape nd if Wedne8da> is a fine daj i s a ine daj iagrath will hold a red letter Oem A meeling at tho Lcthbrldge Rifle Association Is called for Friday night at S 10 in the of 'fee of Mr. A. E Cunningham to discuss important business 4 Ail members o' tho club ore urged to attend. i v thought of. HIS RIV1I, Tom Cannon, a rival of Osborne m jeais, as strong and actrvc as the dean oi the turf Camion was, a great jockev until his son Morning- ton, succeeded dim Mormngton re- tired from the turf with a liuartcr of a million and became a very enthusi- astic golfer ins father could not orcgo Ins first love, and sticks lo he old lamih courses and siables "It is a Rial mg contrast to the rack jockev s 01 sajs .lov- er "They flourish on the scene (or short time, reach heights, nd then come down like sticks 'of Joyncr only laughed when he was asked vvhetiier he on living another half ccntr.v by retaining residence in England 'Andrew Tack- son Jojncr rwallf, longingly thc old rl.ijs spent around Shccpshcail Bay WILL MEET McGOORTV Chicago, 111, Tuly has telegraphed from Boston accept ing the conditions for the ten round Cighf with Eddie JlcGoortj, of kosli, H ig, on Labor Day LABOR DAY WITH LOB Angela FIGHT WOLGAST IS OFF July McCarr, boxing promoter, announced tonight that he had arranged twenty round bout between Joe Rivers, of Los An jeles, and Joe Alandot, for Labtr Day 'he flghllers will make 133 pounds ringside. AD WOL60ST AND JOE RIVERS STILL FUSS Los Angeles, July Conflicting statements Regarding of nd Rivers left the ouestlon of a return battle between the light champion and thc challenger on Labor Day much in doubt this afternoon Under his own n statement aald to have been written bj Wolgaat, wajj published today, de claring the champion willing (o meet Hivers six or neven moiuhs tence, or whenever the champion felt he yai "right" At the aa-me time notber statement-was published giv- ng the result of a stormy session be wean the managers of Walgasl and No. No. No. NO. e Feed Oats- No. 2 C. w. No. 3 C, W Ex No 1 Feed No 1 Feed No. 3 4N'o. 4 Rejected Flax- No. .1 N. W. Minneapolis Wheat Open 104% 98% '97V. Chicago Wheat T OpSn July September December Chicago Grain Market Chicago, July prices to- day reflected uneasiness in Europe regarding the Turkish Italian war de- velopments and an existed deciease in the visible qupply There were also favorable crop reports liom Russia and Houmania Liver- pool sent word that Italy'was actively bidding for caigoes Hot humid weather in the northwest Ilkelj to spiead black rust In late.sown fields counts too, against the bears The opening was iS to 1-1 cent higher September started at 93c to 93 1 2, an advance of 12 to Ic and rose to 93 5-8 cents. weather interfeiing with harvest work had a strengthening ef lect oa I he market for Purchas- ing of the 7ulj delivery was espec- ially free. September, after starting with 18 to 14 and 38 cents up at 58 to, 33 34 and 78 cents, ascend- ed-to 33'7-S.and 34 cents FAILED TO Have you tried i the ELITE SPECIAL CIGAR Thret for 25c. the good old times, than offsets the charming of md the vista peaceful and Elite Cigar Store PHONE 1311 Rivers.-arid a'sscrting ithere bo no fight tha rivals on Laboi day, or any other MULLIN BUCKINO UP AeKing for waivers on George Mul- Hn to have had the deelred af- fect, for'the Tigers' big Iwlrler Has gqtten, hinuelf In ?jain kind ot Mil. he In capable at. KILLED .'AT BOURN6MOUTH A correspondent writes asking where the famous nngllsh aviaior, Hon. C Rolls was killed, thc accl dent happening about three sears ago. v Ths aviaior in question was killed at Bqurnemoulhv swim ACROSS CHANNEL Boulogne, France, lulj H Wolie, the well known amateur made Jin unguccessful at- tempt to swim across the Sngllsh Cnanuel tuday He gave up some dis- tance bctdre reaching Dover, where he boardedtaiiiaccompanving tug and returned Ixwna, Wolfe, w ho ihas made the attempt before, the water in the vicin- ity cf at 4 15 this morn ing He -waii.iiccompanied bj several WBO alternately kept paca .with bim in OBT OAMEC BEFORf WINTER Regina July from the manager of the Calgary Hugpj team, aet the local -Mr 'n hit tetter, tutgeetg that the provincial aeries all completed bj the third week In October. Re- membering thejouttome of the cham- pionships at thel wist last year, when Regina had tokgo without a chance at. the cup, and (C.ilgaryJiad to jihovel snow ,0ft their JHeld for a game at Winnipeg, It that local of- ficials In tho provincial league will call a meeting all once to decide on a ;