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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 6 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Friday, Jnl.v ALL THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOST EVENTS VANCOUVER THE UNDER DOG Vancouver, July la- crosse officials who have been study- ing up the constitution, are 'beginning to think that Westminster wilt come very' near to having the "Whip hand at the meeting of the Lacrosse Asso- ciation Tuesday night. There is noth- ing in the constitution that will cause to lose the franchise so Jong as default of games is accom- panied by forfeiture of five hundred dollars, Westminster. Con Jones, Vancouver J2itinager, has declared that lie won't play Westminster again but tie cannot well afford to abandon all the games as he does not wish to Josti the Mlnto Cup, His'greatest fear Is thit Westminster will again default next Saturday to the great financial loss "of Vancouver management. In ihe _ meantime Jones is figuring on bringing'.two or three eastern teams to the coast. WILL FIGHT .AT BELLEVUE boxing bout Which should look good to the fight fans of the Pass wilt be pulled oft at the Bsllevue'Hal! on Saturday night, 'July 37th, when Freddie Bealle, who has the'reputation of being some scrapper', down in' Quebec, will go .twenty rounds with Louis Britains, ot San Francisco for the feather- weight championship of the Crows Nes't Pass. Sam Granger will offici- ate as referee. Some good prelimin- aries are promised before the main bout. THIS SORT OF THING WILL KILL'BASEBALL .Chicago, July base- ball pool, 'which nourished throughout the city a year ago. haa again been reveuteil, and .in clearing a protlt of it for -the promoters. Tho game is being operated by a syndicate of- gamblers headed by .a man named .Gray, from Philadelphia. According to re- ports the game costs the pur- chhser 25 cents a chance. He may buy as .many tickets tie he desires. A pool included 152 cent tickets. This means income for Gray for each pool; Gray pays the man who operates the game 10 per cent, or then was suppos- ed to -be paid in prizes. Few winnings have, been reported by victims. -8- The Philadelphia National club has signed pitcher King of the Sacred Heart college, of Denver. Colo. King Is Mid record.of striking out 2Q men in one game. HIGHLANDERS GET DEL PADDOCK Dscataur, 111., July Howland, ot the Dubuques, has closed eal.forjinjtelder Del Paddock, who leaves .immediately to join the New- York Americans. .Paddock received a trial tills spring with the Chicago Whlte.Sox; 'played.with Calgary when Bill: Carney, won tha pennant in the tern Canada League for-that city. He played short, .and hit the ball like fool, and was .some base runner, too; LACROSSE Saikaioor, One from the Prince Albert Prince an intensely.interested crowd, numbering about Prince Albert and Saska- .teams met on the Ag- ricultural grounds in a .provincial lea- gue encounter. The victory .went to the team from the southern city, with .the scoro at [he finish of ten goals to sir. scon GUP At n regular meeting of the City Football League hold lest uightat the Aro-.ue, it was decided that the uext competition "would be the Scott Cup. This will be played for on the "knock- out" system. Entries will be received by the Secretary of thb League Westley, euro of Hernld) up till TUurs day, August 1. There will1 be 110 ,911- trance foe, and any club In the dla- trict is eligible to enter (Diamond City, pltwse Secretaries of clubs wishing to enter will please note the dale, August 1. Following this will be the Wright Charity Shield. Entries for this will close August S, same rules applying as in the Scott Cup. The postponed game of the Over- seas vs. S. 0. E. will bo played on Tuesday, July 30. Kick-off at G.45. Referee, J. Gurr. The protested game of the Galilei i. S. O. E. Intermediates will be re- played at the Ball Park on Thursday, BASEBALL TONIGHT TABER AND LETHBRIDGE All fans and fanettes, and ev- cry body who can work up even ope little thn'M when the occa- should be on hand this evening. Added to the- but of the local players will be Phil the old veteran on the mound; while cavorting around as In the days of yore will be Jack Corrigan and Wally Wheel- er, (that ii, if they can find suits big Taber is out to do up this aggregation, so there will be some game. Dewars August 1. 1. Gurr. Kick-off at 6.45. Referee DRIVER WINS HIS FIFTH RACE Detroit, Mich., July 25. Walter Cox, with three victories already to bis credit since the Grand Circuit meet started, piloted two more win- ners today. He captured the 2.12 mce in four heats with Mansfield, nd landed Esther W. in front after ivo stirring heats In the 2.12 trot. The 'best time of the year was hung up in the free-for-all pncs, when In- ependence Boy 'did the'first heat in .Q2U, Seven horses, with an aver- ge record of 2.02Vi, started in this ev- nt, but only three finished Inside the loney. Sir R. and Hal'B. caught the leg in the first neat; Vernon JlcKln- ey in the second, and Ross K. in the sird. COWLEY POLO PLAYERS AT THE PEG MARKETS I." SlJyullOfUj I J. M. DOUGLAS BASEBALL IN THE BIG'LEAGUES The Cleveland American league liib on July G announced the pur- haseT for immediate delivery of Out- elder Arthur Hanger, of. the Toledo American Association team. Joe TaV- etl, the-Vermont college pitcher, haB olned the Cleveland team. A Cowley, July 4he many pa- pers recording the results of the polo games recently played in Winnipeg they mention the winning North Fork Heam Pincher Creek, 'whereas it is from Cowley. Last year the team went to Winnipeg under the name-of Pincher Creek as the bulk of the expenses were paid from there although the team was composed of two players -from the Cowley North Pork team, one from Macleod and the other was from Pincher Creek. After returning victories no credit was giv- en to the Cowley players, so it was decided to send a team from the local North Pork' bunch without any help from Pincher Creek this year. It is not fair that Pincher Creek get the credit this year for the winning of tbe. Canadian as well as all the other trophies played for, so we take this opportunity to inform the public that .the champion North Fork polo team is from Cowley and not from Pincher Creek. J-< A ball is 'being held in the Cowley opera house on August 2nd in honor of the boys .who ajg bringing-'the polo honors from the 'Peg next'week. BOXING. BOUT ATCOLEMAN English Smokers Got This Cigarette Case Similar Gift Is Now Offered You Coleman, July wns pay day for the miners employed in the International Coal and Coke Com- pany's mines'and plant, and a. boxing tournament at. Blairniore drew a good- ly, crowd 'Of 'spbrting fraternity. preliminary event between Jim Burrows, the "Pride of Nova, and Dick Marshall of Hillorest, was a fast and furious mill and 'resulted Jn a draw at the end of the fifth round. Thomas Kapalla of Vancouver threw "his hat in the ring" and chal- lenged any middleweight in the Crow's Nest Pass for any amount of money. The main event of the evening was a ..boxing contest between Charles Burrows of Frank and Sam Granger of Bellevue. Burrows ....was the aggres aor from the call of. time, and at the beginning of the seventh round.Grang- er's seconds "shied the towel-' on ac- count of Injuries to ;liis hand. Bur- rows had the beat of argument all through the 'mill and wag awarded the deciiron, Bellevue still leads in the Crow's Nest Pass football league, with Fer- nle and Michel 1 tied for: second place and only one rpoint'Behind, the lead- ers.' In games played Saturday, Coal Crwik and Michel-drew with a score of 1-1, Coleman Hos- mer on the home grounds, by a score of 4. to 0. You of Canada who smoke "Black Cat" Cigarettes: know' from experience that here h a Virginia cigarette without equal. And because you realize to the want to make" you the same gift as we did your English cousins. At a cott of many thousands of dollars, we a beautiful as this gift exquisite souvenir of the Coronation tf their majesties, King George and Queen Thjs case carries the portraits of our gracious rulers emblazoned in colours, and inset. Its sentiment really it beyond price. K Our gift Is to our loyal men who appreciate the worth of a product of British industry and .British capital. Tho "Black Cat" is forever a stranger to foreign enterprise. The name of the makers alone is sufficient guarantee of this fact. has a century old reputttion for integrity. It stands for the in tobacco the world over... CAM itj "BlMk Cm" Cljinttw, pimo xe tint to bud mry you will (nd Carontliop IbtM, wkcn you iccuaulited 50, to du Yxr MM will nwk you fer rdiiri IKHI. Addrau: HAMUNUS Of CANAM, UmM St Mnwi HMIM4 Black Cat for 10 Cenfc i COPLEY'S WINNING STREAK Cowley, July .Cowley nine 'won their sixth straight victory this i fas on, with no losses, latt -evening wh'en they defeatedUlifi .River nine In a loose'but closely, contested battle by'a score of 18 to ;At the .end of the ninth the score was a tie which was broken by the Cowley team in the- tenth. Victor Hawkins, ne man on the River some class 'both in .the field and with the club. MacKay did some good -work stealing bases. sensational field- Ing play of a one handed catch of a. line drive while being Interfered with by, another, player, w'aa the feature. The line-up: LaBrie E. .LaBrie p; Hicks Smythe 3b; Cflrnes'sa; Ritson Clarkson rf, c; Welsh p; Snyder Crawford 2b; ;MacKay 3b; Robinson U; Glynn Tustfan rf. ._, LETHBRIDGE CRICKET CLUB A match will be played, tomorrow, Satiirday, 27th, bRtwc'pn the above club, and a team from tho city offices, on the Police Barracks ground. The game wjl! start at 3. o'clock, and both teams requested be on the ftrounrl in good time. On -Taber Cricket, club visit here, to play Letiibrldgc.' Turn cut- to BOO this game. In the American the Red Sox coul not hit Gregg today, and Clevelan made it two out of four games, tl: score being 1 to 0. Ray Collins pitel ed well. St. Louis and Philadelphia split en in a double header here this aftei noon. The home team won the firsi 3 to 2, by bunching hits in the fourti inning. In the second St. Louis woi to 3, by mixing two hits with thre pusses by Brown and Houck hi th' seventh. In an exciting ten-inning game, Ch; cago defeated New York here todaj by a score of G to 4, bunching four hit on Warhop in the tenth. Umpirt Sheridan was on the point of forfeit ing the' game to New York in tin tenth. Sheridan called Lord out foi Interference, and Callahan protests vigorously he was ordered out o the game. Sheridan pulled his watcl three'itimes on Callnhau before he lefi field.' Callahan. was leaving the game as Bodle doubled. The Chicago manager then jumped.. Into the grand stand and hid behind the railing Sheridan was very angry when he dis covered Callahan, and was on the verge of forfeiting the game io 1s York, when Callahan realized his mis take and ran off the field. A The fea -ttiTes of the "game were Keren dou- ble- plays batting of '.Dani'els, who, in five tlnaes up, made a home run, double, single and drew a '-b iNew York filled the bases in the tenth with none out, but could not score. f Detroit and Washington divided the double-header at Washington yester- day; the former winning the first game, 5 to 3, while tbe second went the" locals, 7 to 5. -In the first game Hughes was driven frora the rub her. in the third inning, Vaughn taking his place, and allowing; but in the last six innings. Dnbuc was strong in the pinches. In the second game, Mullin was spiked in the fifth inning, and had to retire in favor ot tt who was hit timely and had poor-' support. Gandii's batting and fielding featured 'the game, his single arid triple scoring the local's first four runs. Ainsmlth 'was'put out of the game for objecting to a strike by Um- pire Westervelt. In a snappy, hard-fought contest, Pittsburg defeated Brooklyn today ia 14 innings by a score of 5 to 7. .The was postponed from May 8. Great Exhibition Game Toronto, July exhibi- tion game between the New York Giants and the Toronto team was call- the tenth, with the score.stand- ing-2 each. ..Manager McGraw show- eel', the Toronto .fans three of his twirlers. Marquard started for the first three innings, "and had things all his ''own- allowing only one hit and striking out four. The Leafs got their two-rung off Tesreau In tbe PLAY FOR MUTZ CUP Bcllovuc, July 25. Tim Bellovuo Football team go 'to Fertile on Sat- urday to pla'y tile, team bi that town in. the first game of the Mutz cup. scries. The cup was hy -Bellevue last year anil from the showing made by the (ar this year, it should After the Saturday a. meeting of the executive oi the C. N.O'. League will lie held to consider the cijvim Michel for the game that should have hecn play- ed between Bellovue and Michel at Michel on July 13th.; The .Bellevue team had no less than five men laid up with sprained ankles, knees, etc., at this tinic so, asked to have the game postponed. Michel, ihowcver, claims the game by default. CROW'S' NEST .PASS LEAGUE standing clubs in the Crow's Nest Pass football league to date-is ag P W Billevuc JO 5 Pernie...... -fl 5 Michel 4 Coal Creek 0.3 Coioman 8 4 Hoemer sixth. Meyer forced Rudolph, stole second and third, and scored on Hart- ley's 'bad throw to catch him at third. O'Hara singled, stole second, and (crossed the pan on n wild heave. Wiltse took up the 'firing, cud in the and tightened up in the pinches Giant reached, second un- til the -fifth, when the visitors got to Rudolph.; -In the eighth the Giants scored one run'on'a double by Doyle, followed by Becker's single. Their second' run was scored in the ninth on a Merkle, who scored on Herzog's clean single., The Giant! possible change, of scoring; itv the tenth was cut off by a fast doubl-s play Ntnv "ium. 000 Oil 292 000'020 000 2 10 -ft Tesreau, Marquard and Har- Wilson; Rudolph and Gra- UETHBRIDGE MARKETS Yesterday's prims again prevail on the local market ioday. Spring chick- ens arc becoming more plentiful and slill 18 cents par Hi. live. are liuiiis tiuughl freely 'by dealers. Strictly, fresh eggs eoutiiuiu tu rema n Jinn in pnuit. No. 1 Nortborn............J0.85 No. a Northern............o.S2 No. S Northoi-n No. -I............ ........o.OO No. No. 1 Alborla. lied..........0.77 2 Albortll Red..........0.75 No. Alberta Hwl........ 0.78 No. 4 Alborla Red 0.60 No. 5 Alberta lied Bran, per ton 21.00 Shorts, per 23.00 Oftts, per ic-2, sacked Rolled 2SI.OO per ton 20.00 to 24.00 New potatoes, per lb'.......... .03 Toronto Wiltse. tley and ham. Brooklyn Pittsburg National 7 11 ooo.120 aio ooo s ia Rncker, Stack and Camnitz, Cole, Robinson and Warner and Oib- Aniencan Ulicago.. ..000 013 000 (i 14 0 New York 100 030 000 4 10 2 Walsh and Sullivan: Wa-rhop, Caldwell and Sweeney. lleveland 7 0 Boston 000 000 041 Gregg and O'Neill; Bedient, Collins md Garrigan. St. 100 000 250 'uiladelphla. 000 300 3 i .Mitchell and Krlchell; Coombs and Lapp. it. Louis ..000 001 -181 'hiladelphia. 000 200 3 S 1 Hamilton, and Stephens; Houck, Brown and Egan. Detroit 014 000 564 Vishington 201 100 173 Dnbuc and Stanage; Vaughn, Hugh- ginsmith Detroit. 101 100 57" Vashington. 20.0 020 7 7 2 Works. Muliin and Cocher; John- ion anQ Ainsmttb. THE GRAIN MAIlKKtS Winnipeg, July grain mar- kets open -and close today July '1.07-J Oct............................ Dec............................ July.......................... Oct. 30 Ex. No. 1 Feed, July.. July.................. Oct................... 1.671 CASH PRICES N.o. 1 Nor. ......V........... No. 2 Nor................... No. 3 N'or. No. 4 Nor................... No. 5 Nor................... No. G Nor-.............. Feed 'Oats- No. 2 C. W-................ '' 39 i 1 .S3 1.07 j.0.1 !I8 .84 ,m 55 S 3 C. W Mo. 1 Feed No. 2 Feed Barley No. 3 i Rejected Feed MINNEAPOLIS Wheat- July 1.051' Se'pt 35-V Bee. CHICAGO y an1 ept Dec S8J 37A .37 3I; 50 44 14 1.05J- 85 95J ncj Association Minneapolis S, Indianapolis 2, St. Paul 1. Louisville 1, International Newark 3, Rochester 2 Buffalo Jersey City 4. City Buffalo 0. Montreal 10, Baltimore 5. game Central International Winnipeg 4, Grand Forks 0. ''Winnipeg Grand Forks 1 Duluth Second game NortlnveSiterri Seattle 4, Victoria 3. Vancouver 4, Spokane 2. Tacoma 5, Portland 4, Canadian St. Thomas 2. 5, St. Thomas 2 Guelph 3, Ottawa 1. 18, Guelph 6. Berlin -I. London 31, Brantford 2 game. WOLGAST QUITS TILL NEXT YEAR San Francisco, July en- thusiasts have to wait until the first of next year to Atl Wolgast, cham- pion lightweight of tho .world, in the ring agnin. He iiiid his manager, Tom Jones, who aiTived today from Los Angeles, said tlmt in-all probability seine one of for the title would be signed up for a twenty-round bout on Thanksgiving Day. Jones says that the champion will fight the lightweight thai can draw the most money-in the box office. He laughs at the story that Tdm'McCarey the Los Angeles promoter, has any- thing to do with determining who Wolgaat's opponent shall be. Wolgast will Thursday for Cadillac. He will spend several weeks there with his wife and then will re- turn to Los Angeles. "We are not taking any said "But the boy will be.good enough by Thanksgiving, we think. When we get Rivers next time the Mexican will toe In lyck if he answers the bell for the el'eventli round. I mean he'll be lucky to last that long." LACROSSE MUDDLE .ON THE COAST Vancouver, July has formally decided that their team will not play In Vancouver on Sat- urday, as provided by amended sched- ule. 'The Royal City team, however, insist that they will, appear on their owii grounds in Westminster, .as tbe original schedule provided, and claim not only the match, but forfeit from Vancouver. Harry of the nsso. elation, has replied'that tile must be played. In.Vancouver. West-, minster is appealing to Ithc acrosse; commissioners, Ihree in number, but" Gowan says thoy bave nothing to do.. h it.-. WESTERN CAN. LEAGUE Had Deer, .Tuiy kept up their streak of defeatn again to- night, going down to Calgary, 12 to 5. Score: v Calgary.........: 001 004 Red Deer.. 010 020 5 Stamlridgo and Roach; Manning THERE'S SOME HASTE necessary i! you want our Elite.. Special clgara. They are ao well liked that they are', going with a ruin. Better buy. now If you dc; _ sire to get a nr that'suits your taste and pockot tell how long they'll last. Anything you're likely to call for in. .tobacco line and utensils for us-, ing especially. Elite Cigar Store 1 PHONE' 1911 ;