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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta tago THE LETJIBR1DGI3 DAILY HERALD Thursday, July AU. THE LOCAL AND FOREMOIT EVENTS CORR1GAN TO BE THERE Friday Game With Tabc Should be Sweet Mor- sel for Fans 'Just as a gentle reminder, Mr. fledhot Fan, let us impress upon you once mere at juncture that there is going to be a here on Friday evening between the Lethbridge Indians and their old time enemies, the Tiber Miners, and Incidentally it Is going to be the classiest thing In the Una of a ball match which his been pulled off In this neck cf civilization 'for many moons, i In fact it to be the one big noise of the ball year, and the noise'is going to be loud and pro- ten a ed. 't We are making by way of Introduction because an we said before, Mr. Phil Lezle, 1 .portslde bender and some cUu "as a filnger, Is going to do the ,heaving for the locals. Phil is considered so good this year that the Western Canada league teams would give their eye-teeth to put their peepers on him once more. He has cleaned up everything up 1 Barons way, and will be happy If he gets the chance to slay a few of the terrible MIntri who. have been hiving things too much their own way this season. That is not the whole cause of this effusion either. Mr. Jack Corrigin, who at one.time held in his-right hand the managerial rvins of the .Lethbridge team when the Western Canada Lea- gue 'did not belong to the dinky class, Is going to be out In uni- form, and he is-going to pull off a few old time stunts just to show the ;natives how It Is done once more. Jack has added weight vand experience .to his, repertoire since lie performed .-here and to tee him cavorting. around the diamond once more will the old time fans with tear1 of joy. The rest of; the team will bft there with bells on. They have Ignomlnlously humbled by those Taber boys divers times this year, and one good beating, handsomely administered, would make them -feel worlds better. The boys want and ought to get a crowd for this performance to- morrow eveninf, and if Jupiter Pluvlus is not too copious with his wi'l be much a prolonged wave of excitement over Mr. Eekstorm's ball yard that every yellow dog will know there Is somethin' dofn', HEINE ZIMMCLARESHOLM GREAT RACING AT VANCOUVER fVaiteuver, B.C., July race nwults here were aa follows: First 9t. syivania, McAllister. .Second South- Gold Boas. Third Bouncer, of Ptrtlind, Melts. Fourth Denderson, Big Ike, Deerfllnger. Sheep, Tort John- Lillian Ray. Silth Roberta, Collmt. Seventh Bonnie Bard, Oswald B. MOTOR CYCLE RECORD New York, July Chap- pie, of New York, established a new world's record for 'cycles .at the Brighton Beach motor metit today, negotiating the distance ln: 1.60 2-5. The first mile of the trial wag made In 39iec., lowering the world's record of 39 1-5, established kr Chippie last night. The track Is a one-third mile itucer. LEADS 'EM ALL Whanging the Leather a a.414 Gait -4 Base Hitter When the 1911 .bjitting averages i the big leagues first came out (her wag some talk about a certain cor centre ball and heavy swatting. Thl is getting: to be a stale story now fo the .way the sluggers are poundiii, iho pill is awful, and to see a .300 Jill ter step up to the plate .is no louge a novelty. No wonder "Big Six" Ma' thewson Is having trouble winning hi games. The pitchers seem to hav all- the worst of it, although some o ejm are-doing very well. Here is the way the .300 batters ii tho (wo big leagues lined up on Sat urday: League O AB Cobb, Detroit Speaker, Bps. aclrson, Clev. Baker, Phlll.....' Joie, Clev. Pbila. Oree, N. Y...... Iclnnes, :Piila ones, Det...... 31andlng, Clev Undlll; Wash rriggs, Clev Crawford, Det 'urner, Clev Imrnons, N.Y; Jbeller, Wash odle, .Chicago ardner, Bos----- ollinE, Phila 6111ns, Chi..... tahl, Bos toval, St. L. 313 339 325 321 217 130 191 310 16G 50 202 167 336 199 154 27S 303 305 305 291 179 283 National G AB immerman, Chi. 73 299 loyle, N. Y..... weeney, Bos leyers, N. Y. lonlln, Pitts L.. lerkle, N. Y. randall, N. Y. Bates, Cin 'heat, Bkyn, utshaw, Bkln ugfins, St. L. askert, Phila elly, Pitts 'ilson, Pitts ravatb, ailbert, yrne, Pitts oblitzel, Cin .ing, BOB owtiy; Bos arsans, Cin- oran. Bkln obert, Phila lngof St. L. igner, Pitts rke, Bos 72 81 76 31 80 60 21 -1G 58 67 73 31 78 61 78 44 144 211 81 232 371 101 295 210 309 296 257 155 5S 252 286 102 148 261 205 H 128 137 120 107 72 43 63 101 50 16 64 53 105. '62 49 36 93 93 92 88 54 85 H 120 109 120 SS .35 103 78 15 47 GS 26 74 86 32 93 .66 97 93 S3 48 IS .78 .88 31 45 173 Pet .409 .404 .369 .333 .332 .331 .330 .326 .320 .320 .317 .317 .312 .312 .312 .309 .307 .305 .302 .302 .302 .300 Pet. .414 .384 .378 1354 .346 .342 .341 .326 .322 .321 .319 .317 .317 .316 .314 .314 .314 .311 .310 THE OLYMPIC GAMES MAY TEACH LESSON Were the Canadians Lethargic in Their Training for the Big Athletic Events -VQld Timer" Hands Out Some Unvarnished Truth BIG RACE MEET Fine Card for Fair Week in the Northern Town Claresholm always was a sporty lit tlo burg, aJld has a strong pencham for fcorse racing. .Tills year they are hanging up some very nice purses foi their race meet which is to be -pullet off during tho fair, and It is certain some of the local goers will'get into the gaino and make a couple of days' interesting sport. Here is their, race card for the meet which comes off on Aug. Sth and 9th.: First Day Purse 2.25 trot or pace minute trot or pace mile dash............ ialloway race for ponies to 15 bands Corinthian Welter, purse, lie J120 100 7i 60 Second Day .17 trot or pace .35 trot or 2.30 pace.......... 'armers' be present: -Jtoeres; Diion aid Holland; A. Collins; H. B. Clayton, Gladwin, Farrant and Beltwick. Reserves: R. Matthews, Pendle and Mills. sharp. Kick-off, 7 o'clock MOUNTgD STOP POLICE IUNNS' MAY FIGHT Saskatoon, July or Allard, of the R. N. W. M. P. today made' the announce- ment that .he would be present at the Burns-Rlckard bout with his men. It Is stated that the gloves, ring, etc., would be con- fiscated, and nothing in the v line of a prize would be allow- ed. he It resembles oue, I'll put prin- cipals and promoters under ar- Test." SHOE POLISH Shines eaiieat, retaiAi ltd glom longMt comes in the BIO box. your grocer or ibocman. for Two teams of local'cricketers lined p yesterday afternoon Bar- acks1 grounds off a prac- ce game. Blackbu-rne'e team won y a good margin.. It was an. inter- sting game, and shows that cricket once more catchiBg local'fancy. The scores were as follows: Blackburne'j Eleven Holt, b Carr............ alt, c and b Simmona cllvena, run out............ warnr h Carr Lee, fc Carr................ Barter, -b Needs.............. A. Oliver, b Carr............ W. B. Turner, b Simmons...... A. J. Blackburric, c Pott, b Sim- mons Coles, 'b Simmons............ .T. Gibbon, not out............ Byes Wide Balls 11 The open season for ilie trap shoot irs Is nearly over. Last night one o, he big events of the year was sho iff, the contest 'being City ihampionship donated by Alder nan Adams. A. B. Stafford-.was the ucky winner. W. S. Shover, with, u mndicap of two, carried off the gun aae donated by tie Dominion Cart ridge Co. It was ax- grand evening's port for the trap shot artists. The scores 'for ihe City cham- pionship follow: A. B. Stafford W. S. Bate..... E. O. Stickley W. S. Shover _.. Jas. Glenlster..." V. B. Green T. E.'Yuill B. Marks..... 25 '21 20 18 17 J6 16 16 ,25 20 20 13 IS 14 14 13 .'18-' The scores for the gu'n'case.were: H'd'c'p -Score :Ttl, Lethbrldj. C. C. 137 Dr. Simmons, b-Holt. R. Carr, c Oliver, b Mcllvena Beig, c Lee, J. Newton, 1 Holt........ W.Harris, b Holt Aitken, 11) w, b Holt.......... P. Pott, b Oliver 23 Roolter, c Oliver, b. Salt 8 Needs, b Salt Butler, not out t. R. A. Smith, c and b Mcllvena Wide balls...... 1 Byes...... Leg Warner Beat Raymond Cardston, July a fen in- nings game at the Pioneer day ;celej brat-ion today Warner's baseball team won from by a score of 7 to 5. It'was-baseball from the first sphere to cross .tho: plate and was followed by the crowd with in- tense interest. ST. CYPRIANS' vi. OVIR6EA8 A football match will take place be- tween St. Cyprian's Church team and the Overseas Intermediates tomor- row iTriuayj nignt on the Overseas' ground, north ot the track. Kick-off at 7 p.m. St. Cyprians' will line up as fol- Holberton and Lee; and Wootton; Turn- er, Jaycock, Cranmer, Doylt and Dal- Mil. W. S. Shover E. Marks A. B. Stafford.. V, E, Greta T. B. Tulll B. 0. Stickley W. S. Bate J. Glenieter G S 5 5 3) 1 23 17 22 17 IS 15 16 10 A. B. Stafford and V. E.'Green shot off for third place, Mr. Stafford win- ning by three -birds. The final match was the third crl the squad shooting series, and the scores made follow: Possible 25, A. B. -Stafford A 23 B. O. Stickley.... 20 W. S. Shover...........'. .20 W. S. Bate.........'.. 18 B. Marks 15 V. B. Green 15 T. E. Yuill................ 10 MOOSE JAW BEAT' REQINA AT LACROSSE .Moose Jaw, July. a. one-sid- ed -game of lacrosse' played 'here to- night, the .Maple Moose Jaw, piit it over.the Rough of Re- gina, by a score ot 10 to 1. The re- sult was never iu doufot, the locals holding the whip hand throughout. Two new men, McGirr and Ramsey, appeared on the Jaw line-up and proved to be a tower of strength to the team. The Regina defence worked'hards -but the .usual speedy home was away off color) and the Maple Leafs' defence had no. trouble in breaking up their combinations. The result of the game puts Moose Jaw and'-Regina.-on equal .footing in the league standing, each team hav- ing won and lost three games. Jaw, July Taylor, the coming heavyweight wrestler and former Lethbridge policeman, has n [attracting large crowds of wrest- ling' fans daily at the Y. M. C. A., where he has been in hard training for his wa'cch with Oscar Washum at Lethbridge Friday night. Taylor is an athlete .who -knows the .value of right Jiving "and since he strips and as he has youth aud determination Iu his favor, it seems highly .probable that he may, as his friends maintain, one day wrestle for the heavyweight championship of the world. He is leaving Moose Jaw today with Clar- ence .Ecklund, who is acting, as :his manager and feels confident of win- ning the decision over Washum. Iu the National five hits and n sac- rlflco iu the Jiluth nutted three runs for St.'Loijis, giving them the giunc, 'with ii score of C lo -I, after tho I'hil- lies hud led all tho way. New York made n clean swoop of the series, winning the fourth same from Cincinnati yesterday by S to 7, in an exciting ten-Inning game. Frome pitched welrfor sevon lunlngs, when ho; wenkoiied. Bonton, who relieved him, ,wns no improvement, lloth Tes- renu aud Atnos were lilt freely. Both sltles fielded poorly. McCurmlck's dpublo in tiio tenth, while 'butting for Ames, won tho gaine for New York. Chicago bunched hits yesterday, won the filial game of the series from Brooklyn, five to one. Cheney hud fine control, and kept tho visitors' hits scattered. Brooklyn's lone run was made ou, a double, an out and a sacrifice. game. Jn tho American, Geo. McCounell, the New York recruit, won a pitcher's battle here today from Ed. Walsh, Hie crack Chicago twirler, by a score of 4 to 3. Zlnu woii'the same for New York In the eighth when he in two runs with a double. Chase's fielding and Jiitting were-lhe features. In the fourth Inning he, ran to.the third ibase side of the pitcher's foox and grabbed Zeider's intended sacri- IICB bunt, and forced Walsh at third by a yard. Boston lost today to Cleveland de- spite tioor pitching by Steen, tho visi- 'tors winning easily by 11 to 6, by hit- ting Bsdlont and Hall, nnd on Boston's Infield errors. After the visitors had scored five runs in the seventh, a practically newvBoston team was put in the field. They 'made four runs in two innings-to the regulars' two runs in seven Innings. National Philadelphia 300 000 4 11 o St. Louis 000 020 5 14 1 Alexander and Killlfer; Bailee and Harhion and Wiugo. New York 100 010 310 S 13 (i Cincinnati ...002 Oil 101 7 15 2 Wiltse, Ames, Tesreau nnd Myers; Humphries, Benton, B'romme and Mc- Lean. Brooklyn 000 000 150 Chicago 301 100 5 12 2 Ylngllng and Ervdn; Cheney and Archer. LETHBRIDGE MARKETS Yc.itenlny's prices again prevail on the local market loclny. Spring chick- ens arc becoming more plontllul anil still realize .18 cent.'; per Id. live. Lanilisldus are Ireinc; dealers. Stricily iresh eggs couUmu to reman linn in price. No. 1 No. 2 Northern i 0.82 No. 3 Northern........... Q76 No. 4......... ...........-0.60 No. 0.46 No. 1 Alberta lied 0.77 No. 2 Alberta Red o.75 No. 3 Albertll.iied........ 0.73 No. 4 Alberta lied o.CO No. 5 Albcrtii Red 0.4G Bran, per ton'...... 21.00 Shorts, per ton Oats, per ton, sacked Rolled oatu per ton New potatoes, per Ib. Beets, per Ib.......... Carrots, per Ib....... 23.00 28.00 29.00 20.00 to 24.00 -'.......03 ..........03 THURSDAY'S GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg, Man., July 25. The firain markets opened, and closed to- day as follows: Wheat- July Owing to some misunderstanding over the license, the above -match has Deen postponed until Tuesday night, when -the two grapplers will come to- gether at ten o'clock .in the Morris Theatre. A couple of good prelimin- aries have been arranged, and it should be one big night for the sport lovers of this city. Taylor, who is in the best of condition, arrived in the city this morning, with Eklund, ila -manager, and they 'will keep in jood shape until the men meet on the mat. Bklund is well known here, aud to the Herald today said his protege, while ready for a hard match, is in such good shape that he believes him .0 be unbeatable. Have you tried the ELITE SPECIAL CIOAH Thret for ttt. Elite Cigar Store PHONE Hit. AQUATIC MEN MEET FRIDAY NIGHT The Lethbridge Swimming and Joating association will meet on Fri-l evening at 8.30 at the Y. "AI..C. A. larlors, when several important mat- ers will be brought 'forward. Mclnenly has some very good deas as to bow to raise funds for the ssoclation to .meet expenses .and se- ure canoes. Its success will depend ntircly on the-aupport of the city Idermen who, no doubt, will encour- ge tbo association. It is proposed to have races for war canoes, singles, tandems and fours, al- so swimming and diving competitions, rolling on logs, forms: of water sport tc- be -planned by the as- lociation. association has seven boats on way here for several days, and three are now.'being built by .mem- bers. It Is hoped that all interested j persons In the city will attend the' meeting, and any suggestions made will bo welcomed by the association. Mr. Mclnenly has built a. small club and boat house, which is now placed alongside tho Inke, and It would cer- tainly add to the attraction ol tho wa- ter, and remove any .barren 'appear- nice similar liulldjnis were American Chicago 100 100 3 2 New York Oil 000 -ISO Wnlsh andiSulllvan; McDonnell and Sweeney. Cleveland Boston 401 000 11 ___ 101 000 6 9 October .x December........ July October u..... Ex. No. 1 Feed, July Flax- July Open 10SH 04 ijS 40' 36 H .4-1% 184 Close October Closing Cash Prices Wheat- No. 1 Northern........ 91 81 Vi' 184 107 i Northern 104 is'o. 3 Northern.......... 05 No. 4.................. 83% No. 5 I............... No. G.................. Feed Barley- No. 3.........-... BO Rejected...........t 44 Feed........ 44 Minneapolis Wheat Open Closo July............ 103% 103% September 94 ft 93% December........ 95% 94% Chicago Wheat Open Close July 97 September 92 December........ 95% 85 Gregg, Steen and Livingston; Pape, Hall, Bedien't'and Carrigan. St; ..Louis at grounds. Detroit at Association Minneapolis 7, Louisville i, Minneapolis 3, Louisville 1. Milwaukee 12, Columbus 4. Toledo S, Kansas City 2. St. Indianapolis 5. International Toronto 14; Providence 6. Toronto 9, Providence 0. Montreal 7, Baltimore 4, Rochester 7, N.ewark 0. Central International 1, Grand Forks 0. Duluth 17, Superior 7. 8, Vancouver 3. Seattle 6, Victoria-3. Taconm vs. Canadian Berlin 5, Peterboro' 1. WESTERN CAN. LEAGUE Calgary Takes .Another July -hits, n walk, and ka couple of errors in-the fUth and sixth of tho final game with Calgary, losl'Edmonton the 'contest by a score of 3. Score: Calgary 000 6 0 Edmonton 300 7 2 Barencamp and Rotlior; Heinrichs and While, MAGRATH WON- FROM RAYMOND Magrath, ,Iuly The locals won from Raymond in an exciting league fixture at the ball park yesterday, anil the Gardeners now have a splen- did chance of annexing second phica in tltc southern division ol the gue. The score to 5, Raymond making all their scores in tho third innings. H was a fine saiiiplc. of ball, and some sharp fielding was displayed ny, hblh tcnms; but the laurels, must to Magralh, as they rcallv showed superior class. The features of tin game was the magnilicent twirlingt hyi Magiath's slab artist, Phippcn, and the sensational catch of. A. Mercer in the. ninth. This was the last ball thrown in the game, King hilling a lou- swift one to short, and Herceo scooped it in neat and clean, much to the amazement of the crowd. Phippcn. .outpitchcd .Gorrill all through the game. He struck out eleven men, and walked and held them down "to five hits. Gorrill struck out eiight, allowed four men la walk, and was pounded' for 10 hits. Magralh is now in excellent, form, and Manager Miller; and president Bemnn, of the association, are great- ly encouraged, and look for Magrath to occupy second place. The score Raymond... 005 00.0. 5 S .7; Magrath ,...121) .101 9 10 Batteries Gorrill and; SkousoB j Phippcn -and Scllcns. Godfrey. Red Deer, Alta., July Dam SitorB put It over ;On the peers night, Slitting them all over the lot, the final score being 10-1. Score: Basaano.. Red Deer 000 100 1 Hayes and Dickinson and Donaldson Line Direct Service Between Scotland, Continental points and Canada .every Sat- urday. Large new steamers, modern and lip to dale, operated on the One Class Cabin 'plan. Cabin staterooms all amid- ships. 431.25 to Glasgow, Liverpool, Galway and Bel- fast. to Hamburg, Antwerp and Rotterdam. 136.00 to Sweden, Norway and Denmark, etc. For full Information coll on any steamship ngcnt or write, H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent 455 -Main St., Winnipeg ;