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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL AND WOKLP'd FORlMOtr TITO LETHBRIPGE DAILY HERALD Wednesday, .Tnl.v TABER WILL MEET WARNER IN THE SOUTHERN LEAGUE FINALS Macleod Fell to Taber by Score of 7-2 in Last Game of Have met Defeat Only be Great Game When Gray and of Warner Hook up Salmon Bellies Bolt Sulphurous Session Taber, July the last fixture "of the season. Taber succeed ed In putting it over Macleod, 12-7, at the ;ball grounds here this evening. A large crowd was present, including a bunch-of, rooters with tile visitors. The game opened on time, with Ayheeler-in charge. Macieod opened tan on the mound, and got in two runs, both on errors, Taber came back wjth four runs, all earned, which HDt the Tiber fans into ecstacies. Mn? second. Farrell, for Macleod Qlsoo and- Dixon on a beauti ful Grimes fell to, lensatlonil'catch by Judson, Wells fanning. Tiber failed to score, Lep- er.stealfag to second. In .thirdJIacleod chalked three Ulliis, .Duggan's offerings being just Macleod.. liked. Murphy picking out a nice one for two ba'gs, going safe hit by McLachlan, aT- ter Olson had scored Ray, Dixon scor- ing Olion Taber substituted Gray for Dili-tan, A. B. Cook taking his jltce IB' right field. Gray retired the no further score. Taber isent out m one, tao, three order. In the fourth, JIaeleod filled to but. Taber had hotter luck, A. Lie reaching first on an error. R. Lee Berg foHov, ed getting tw o sacks on another error. A.. Lee crossed the plato on a passed ball picked out a nice one getting a three bagger, scoring R.' Lee. Orr, next up, slammed out a home run. clear tbrpugh the left field, scoring and re- ceKIng an oration Campbell got but-on bills. Gray hit safe, and In au attempt steal third Campbell wu put out ou baseline, and Gray at second base, a most peculiar dou- ble In tho fifth Gray gave Olion a base on balls, but got no furthw. Taber re- plied in excellent style, Judion get- ting a tbrae-baggor oc the first offer- ing, Farrar following with a 'two-sack, Jlurpby had to quit }ke mound, Olson substituting, but al- lowed three more runs. This finished the scoring, the sixth and seventh be- ing short, the game being called after thfl-first of About half tie game 'vas played m rain, the grounds-getting in ven poor shape. Tiber started very n oak In the field, but after third thei strenghthen- ed, and had Macleod on the run. They aad Murpby at every point, the weata- er conditions.not.favoring him. Dug- gan seemed weak, with poor control, probably due in the same cause, but Gray had splendid control, "and .had the game well in- baud. Olson, who relteved -Murphyi 'slow drop, but is not m the some class with MurpM The game WHS full of. errors., but from the spectators' point of view, was most exciting. Judson, for. Ta- ber, played a whale of a game, as did the Lee boys, though alt. the Taber boys played good ball after the third, so far as was possible under th-e con.- di.lous. Macleod, seemed at sea on the wet ground, though once or twice they had Taber Wells on third was a ', but ithe rest of team were .well .Imlariced, and it Is likely that on a dry grpund.a small- er score would have been allowed on both sides. Taber certainly deserved their win on the evening's play Score by innings .Macleod 223 000 Taber 400 440 The teams lined up as follows r.f.; Grimes, Wells. 3b.; Holmes, 2b.; Ray, c.; Mur- phy, p.; Olson, c.f.; ilcLacblan. Ib. Vaiicouver, July B. C. U croseo Association "uustcd up" till ovoiiluK. with u beautiful declaration in must unparliamentary limsunKe after a oltort meeting held at the Ely- aouiii Hotel. W'oslminster withdrew from the ana loft the luiwtlng, slam' ining tlio door them. Acting Mayor Woilc Oiuj-, who led the five Royal City told tlio meet- ing tuat they all so to mid added a tow trimmings. The came sij.ddimly following the passing of a resolution by the majority, vote of President Harry Cowan... This re- solution ordered that, tho place of play ing. next Saturday's siuie aud the one scheduled for September 14 should be exchanged. Next Saturday's game in the original schedule had been fixed for Westminster..while September 14 was to he 'played in Vancouver. The resolution, 'which was violently object- ed to by Westminster, declared that the teams were to play in Vancouver this week, and at Westminster on the At the opening of Iho BUS slon WustmlilEter declined to limko liily explanation of their failure to piny last Saturday. I'After tho retirement of Westmins- ter, the Vancouver executive urrung- ed that Con jonoB.' manager'. In 'Van- couver, and OHO. other official, lire to (6 Kiut tomorrow, or eight men for a new team. There are 'several inon available here, and with a (lumber of men available another team could be "made the rest of the games of the season. It Is expected that a test two Eastern teams will be brought out to play for tho. cup. Of course, no 0110 supposes that Westminster will be Idle all this time, and the Royal City.players may bo sent East. Business aud professional mon are worked up pvier the tax situation In football txtcutive for. the pur- of arranging for next Mr lei of garnet. Owing to the Win- n.lpag.trlp In tht football lin of action at Winnipeg. What's iolnj next? Oh, when wt down again we'll gat of the comptftltiona There ia garni of the ojty to be played off yit, -kiit net intorett li being taken as tha Ovwiaaa hove the cinched." That'l the Way Prealdtnt Fred ''Nofelna tiaad up'yeattrJay. "Wl'll call a timtmg of the' laafUt txtCMtiva en Thursday Ing I think, and will then de- cld-ould be retired without runner at tbird counting should he have crossed the plate. Tkc Choice 46 tmt ttUI TO PERFORM HERE His latoerattc umps, 'Wallace irho handled the Indicator down at Taber yesterday, brought back word, that Taber is coming to Lolhbriu'se an Friday a thousand The.objaet of their invasion ig, to meet up with the Lebhbridge Indians in an exhibition etruggie, just to wuip tae into shape to meet tbs migbty Burg and his Warnerltes. But'the full Is going to bo in that Phil Lecle IB going baok on tbe mo'und for The famous side- wheeler of the Panada Lea- gue, although: buay huying grain.from the Bsrona farmert, bai i few things on. Marnuwd tbis year, and is going to show the Taber bunch some HWle aiiclijlus on what they don't a'bout baseball. Jack :0orrigan may be induced to don 'a uflifarm for the occasion; and if dow there wHl be presented a gooily jmrtton of the IHO profesiion- al team It is gtlrtf to be some game, so get in on a good thing BOAT CLUB Who Will Land in Second Place? Raymond, July 23. The southern division of the Southern Albarta. Lea- (lie .of amateur baseball clubs is be- coming intensely Interesting. Ray- mond's win over Cardston last Wed- nesday, .and CardsUm's..deieat at the lands of team at tbe City .a few days later rather put -1 changed aspect on the possibil'tlep of aspirants for second place. agsureii of Hrst place but it Is largely a matter if speculation as to who the second team will be. Ray- mond plays at Magrath tomorrow and good game Is expected. Warner team play an exhibition game ait Card- atoV on. Friday next, July 26th, and after this game, which should be their last league game, .the Warner hoys are to: spend a week at Waterton Lakes at .the expense of the baseball club. This is magnaniBioua treat- ment on the part of the citizens of and it's just what might he expected from so progressive a lot of' eltiuna. 'The postponed league fame at Raymond with this team will be played tbe flrst 'week in August. Macrath Is to play at Raymond on Wednwday of week, the 31st of Said bf clan dealers, imd RIVEMS SHOWING WEALTHY Joe the Mislean llfhtvdfht, who loat a dimllonabld decision to AH Wnlcaat in their bflHI- at Vftrnon, ThtirRday. aftarnoon, has out of Ms ring battle, iloce January, 1911. Rivers foughl 12 flgbts'all told, and the J7MO which he received for fighting Wolgast sent his winning! up to above mentioned aaount. Twelve enthusiastic members have already signified their Inten- tion of 'being active participants in tbe doings of. that new sport organization now under formation in Lethbridge to he known as the L-ethbTidge- Boat Club. The organ-. ization of such a body was only .mooted a couple of: weeks ago, but' the ..Interest, -already 'displayed promises the -club, plenty'.of "sup- port even from..the outset. The, purpose of club is to encourage "boating on the river. Of course motor the principal feature owing to the heavy. current, biit few s'ports carry more' real live attractions than boating and the at- tendant which' always go 'YFitb :such cjiibs .to add the neoetiary spice to make it popular with all classes of men. Tha club to get into working shape .this summer, and are already, talking''about the erection bf a club house on some land Jo ibe secured in the river bottom south of the city. T. O. Mann, pf the Morse Co., is one.of the leading promoters, and he has'' 'already to piaceione.of the corn- .pany's; fastest 35-foot m6tbr boats on the river for the the clufe and incidentally for demon- stration purposes. Harold H.-Jac- obaen, formerly a member of the Chicago Yachting .Club, is'anoth- er enthusiastic follower.of the sport of motor boating, 'and it is largely to his energy 'that the Letbbridge Boat Club .owes its .origin. He the Lethbridge Hotel, and will be pleased to meet''with-prospective members as 'there is still room in the club for a few. The club certainly promises to be a dlsttact'addltion to the sport- ing circles of Lethbridge. LAiT SAME IN THE PASS LEAGUE Hlllcrest, July. last game to be played the Al- berta Pass Football takes place1 next Hill- crest. Wkile. the Interest In (his game Is not so great as it has been in con- nection with Bother games 'flayed in the league, the Hlllcrest Sioys have made up their mind to'winj.and Lille may expect to do some'fancy work It tiny pull out with a tie. At any rate we.can promise them that the ground Till be considerably hotter than the one they pUyed on last Sat- urday. CALLIEt, ATTENTION! AH Caledonian football players are requested to be at Westminster field (North Ward) on Thursday evening it 7 p.m. tbur. In the Americans Detroit bunchei five hits with three bases on bulls and a hit by.pitcher off Groome in thi ninth inning today, scoring seven runs uid defeating Washington 12 to Morgan's triple scoring three runs and catches by Gandil audiWilliams were features. di feated St. Louis'here today'5 Coombs who, went to Pennock's .res cue in the fourth inning held the vis Hors down. Powell weakened in the eighth inning, when a piss, 'Collins single, Baker's double and Mclnnins: single gave the home team three, runs, Chicago won the second game of the series from New York here'.today the score being 6 to4. In the eighth inning Hartzell made three errors, which enabled Chicago to win, after New York had overhauled a big lead: Boston won from Cleveland again today 6 batting both.Kaler and Blanding. Wood was hard hit but he tightened in the pinches. ;Cady frustrated Ryan's attempt to steal lome in the seventh by catching the mil before it reached the batter. Tho alter was given his base and-. Ryan sent back to third. In the National Willies, of St. Louis, a left lander, was chosen to oppose'Rixey, the left- landed recurit of the Philadelphia club, but.the local .pitcher tasted only our innings and two pitchers who suc- ceeded him fared ho: better, the visit- ors' twirler winning his game. shut out Chicago six to nothing today. Allen allowed the lo: cals but five scattered hits, Maroney who opened for Chicago, was wild and retired in favor of Smith, The visit-, ors hit opportunely "Behind-Chicago's misplays.. A slippery field .-made the fielding difficult. Moron's one-handed running catch of a: long "fly. was a feature. New York walked away with the third game of the series to- day by a score of 11 to .1.'' Cincin- nati's fielding was wretched while Ma'rquard held his opponents in the palm of his hand throughout, letting down a little In the final inning when the game was won almost bejond A doubt For tbe second .time in.-succession Pittsbtirg shut out Boston to 0. Only one Boston plaj er reached third base. Hendrta and Hea-s pitched In fine form. National 70 Pittsburg ......000 000 8 1 Hess ani Raridenj 'Headrix and Gib- son. New York .504001100-11 8 4 Cincinnati .....000 000 .46 Jiarnuard and Da vies, Hum- phries and McLean. Brooklyn 0 Chicago 000 000 5' 2 Allen and Jliller; and Needham. Philadelphia .102320200-10 14 1 St. H 2 Alexander and and Killifer, Grier, Woooburn, Willis.and Blisa Association Minneapolis 3, Louisville 0, Kansas City 3 St. Paul 3, Indianapolis 2. American Chicago and Sullivan; Walsh, Benz and Sweeney. Boston ___'.'. ...01! 8 2 7 .4 Ford CM.IIIHIIT.EIIII ITEINimn LTI. The Royal Line MONTREAL. QUEBEC TO. BRISTOL, ENGLAND Route to London on Ton Floating Palacti. St. Lawrence SuilliiBB R.M.S. Royal Edward .Iiino IS H.k.S. noyul.Georjfu ..Juuo 36 Rates 6t Passage iBt claBB aiul 'upwards 2nd .class and upwards claas London any 01 stoaroahip agont for Jllustiated Booklets rates, etc, 01 ttllte A. H. DAVIS, WINNIPEG Or S.B.MITCHELL, Agent. C.P.R., Lathbrldsfe. Y.M.C.A. FOR Kaler, Standing and O'Neill; Wood an'a Cady. St, 8 2 Phiiiidelphia 8 0 Powell and Stephens; Pennock and Lapp. Detroit........ 030020007-12 12 2 Washington 3 Pelty, Vaughn and Williams. Lake, Willett and Stanage; Groome Intei'hatioual Newark 4, Rochester 3. .Newark 7, Rochester 0. Buffalo 4, Jersey City 0. Toronto 7, Providence' 1. Baltimore '12, Montreal 2. Northwestern Portland 9, Tacoma 7. Seattle 4, Victoria 2. Vancouver. 6, Spokane..3. Southern Alberta athletes will have a grand chance to exploit .their abil- ity at a .'field liicet lo ho held by the C1. here duiing fair time. The event will take place on Tuesday afternoon the ,20th Augusts next, and MARKED LETHBRIDee MARKETS Local nm'rltol condllloiiB today re- main iiiichnniiod, ywtorilfty'B iiuotii- ticns >tlll provalllni. jNo. 1 Nortiiorji.. No. 2 Northern No. 3 Northern o.76 No. 4......... ........o.fiO No. No. 1. Heil 0.77 No. a Aibortn lied 0.75 No. 3 Alberta Red........ 0.78 No. 4 AlBorta Red O.CO No. f> Alberta lied..........0.4G Bran, per ton........, .21.00 Shorts, per ton 23.09 Oats, per toil, ticked 28.00 Rolled oats 2D.OQ Potatoes, per ton... 20.00 to 24.00 Now potatoes, per Ib...........03 Close 94% 33% 181 tin1-, exhibition management have very I gr-nerouslj donated the use ot the j grounds to .the athletes on that oc- casion. It will be one of the best irteets. ever held in this part of the i province and should to act as ............v 107 a "strong stimulus lo ot field i September........ 94% sports V. R Gilmore, the new December........ 93% WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN !MARKETS Winnipeg. July' Tho Jniln 'markets opened and, cloied to- day -as follows: Wheat- July October December'........ July October Ex. No. 1 July Flax- July October........ Closing Cash Prices No. 1 No. 2 Northern......-.. No. 3 Northern No. No. 5 No. (i Feed Oats No. 2 C. W............. No. 3 C. W. Rejected........... Minneapolis Wheat Open 82 y, 38 Vi 40 in 167 108 V US on 58 37 Central International Grand Forks 5, Winnipeg 3. Winnipeg 4, Gra-nd Forks 1. Canadian 'London 6, Borlin 5. Hamilton 7, G.uelph 5. 'Bfantford ip, Peterborq 1. Ottawa 7, St. Thomas 2. Standings Today Naiionul S'ew York...... 63 Chicago 52 Pittabure 40 Cincinnati........... 45 'hiladelpbia..... 39 St Louis.......... 38 Brooklyn 32 Boston 24 American Boston........ Vaabingtou.....T 'biladelphia Ihicago Cleveland Detroit t. Louis.......... Vow York......... 64 5G 53 46. 4o 43 31.. 26 .733 .612 .583 .517 .370 .300 .703 .611 .576 .47S .337 .313 foe Patchen's Son Great Horse physical instructor at the Y.M.C.A. lierc, lias, decided to invite cutties for the following events, viz.; 100 .yards race. 320 yards race. '1-10 yards race. One-haK mile race. One mile race. Tuo mile race I-lammer throwing. 16-lb. shot: High jump. Pole vault One-half' mile felav race, each man to run 220. vardsi The prizes to be offered (or the above events will be well .worth striv- ing for, and.evcrs; athlete in the south country should make it his business to communicate with Mr. Gilmore at the here. FOOTBALLERS, ATTENTION! The, City Football Executive TVill-'meet- on Thursday at the Arcade at 8.30. Delegates are- ptrticularly retpiested to be present. Chic ISO Wheat Open July..... September December Close 10C14 94% 92% Close 97% 03 SAFELY. Have you tried tbe ELITE SPECIAL CIGAR Thrae (or 25c. Elite Cigar Store PHONE 1311 July J. MeKenzie, bad the satigfaction to- day of wjitching tUs aplandid borae, Joe'Patchen II. duplicate last year's performance of hia stable-mate, Ver- non McKlnney, and cnpture ttifl Ticb Chamber of Cominerce tlie TeatiiTe event on today's Grand cir- cuit programme. In Mr. McKcnule's box, Sir Rodmond Palea HobHn, pre- mier of Manitoba, 'was an enthusiastic spectator of horse's victory. The Kon ot Joe Patch en' always the best in the big .race, which Is clawed us the pa.ce. Away In front in. each of the three heats, he led from wire to wira, never falter- ing, anrt never In danger, When Chimes Hal, who followed him closely In each round, came too close, Flem- ing gave the handsome bay the word' and he pulled awny. Behind the .two leaders, tho next throe horses fought it put, the real being for tbird and fourth Studebaker Builds Better Than You Would For Yourself .Your Studebaker car is built with more attention to'perv feet results than you could potxibly require if you oversaw the process, i-'ttle details, you woulcLthink unim- portant, receive the most thorough care, because Stude- baker never burlt a slip-shod product, and never will. Degrees of hardness of steel and the fitness of, each, hidden part's which only long.service cort of rvery piece of metal in your car, these thlngi we know and in .pur own factories we carefully make right. You, would be careful if you could build your own car. We are'far more careful because we care'as'much and know .more about it, CANADIAN CAR FOR CANADIANS "20" f.o.b.1 WalkervtUt With Top, Windshield and Speedometer, Sen0 for our catalogue. It will interest you The Studebaker Corporation of Canada, Ltd. WAUKEHVILLE, ONTARIO LOCAL AGENTS: Western Auto Company CHICAGO WHEAT MARKET Chicago, July ;.pf rust damage today >puHed the wheat mar- ket dowp. Occaafonnl -fields, were aaid to" show the presence oE the it was stated tliat in general no serious harm liad .yet ueen shown. Moreover, cables were disappointing: to the Vbiills, firmness on this side be- ing offset by more .favorahle crop ad- vices from Russia. There were also, assertions that the advance here had' chut off export business. The open- ing was cent 'to 1% lower. temfrar Started at to 04 cents, the same change -rrom last night as the market taken altogether, and then de- clined to 93. Scantiness of elevator stocks made oats comparatively Neverthe- less, depression of other cereals tend- ed to drag prices lower. September started unchanged to U off at" ;14 to 34% and descended to OVERSEAS FOOTBALL .CLUB A practice will--he. (held oil Thurs- day evening at 7.15 p.m., on the ground north of the new traffic bridge. All players are requested to turn out. i LCTHBRIDGE TELEPHONI MM ;