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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald. Wednesday, .Tilly UME, CEMENT AND BUILDING PAPER When you want any quantity of Lime, Cement or Building Material of any kind, just make up your mind that there is no better place to get it than right here. PIONEER Main Yard, Round Street, Phone 763 North Yard, Westminster Road, Phone 1063 Yard at Lethbridge Cow" Island 'Milk "River High River Claresholm Nanton Granum Carmangay Barons Kipp Jet. 1! BASEBALL SCORES] NATIONAL At R. H. E. Pittsburg.....1..................... 575 Philadelphia 223 At Brooklyn- Brooklyn 1 V3 1 Boston...... AMERICAN At New York- New 051 Detroit r............................., 1 At Philadelphia 6' 11 3 4 -'83 Second PhiladelpMa............. 2 ,62 Cleveland 8 12 0 At Washington 272 Chicago....... 370 At Boston- 6 14 1 St. Louis ......___.....___ 482 EASTERN Montreal 4 12 0 Jersey City 0 4 fl Second Montreal............... 3 7 3 Jersey City 442 At Rochester- Rochester 383 Providence ........_.............. 152 Second Rochester ............__........ 6 97. Providence....................... 5 10 .1 i j Buffalo 3 8- 4 Baltimore 2 30 Second, I Buffalo............................ 2 74 Baltimore...... 6 13 1 At j Toronto 2 9 1 j Newark...........................; 3 10 0 i NORTHWESTERN At Seattle- Seattle 031 450 At Tacoma 1 10 l Spokane 0 40 ASSOCIATION i At I Columbus 3 43 Milwaukee 5 6 1, At j Louisville 4 30 Minneapolis 0 SO! At Indianapolis 6 13 0 St. Paul 1 71, At Toledo .....................L 3 14 3 Kansas City 2 10. 2 i STANDINGS OF THE BIG LEAGUES ,SAM LANGFORD TO I SHADOW JOHNSON 1 Says He Will Follow the Champion Everywhere and Force Him Into a Former Backdown New. York, July 26. Joe Woodman, manager of Sam Langford, the Bos-ton negro weight, who has arrived here trying to force' a light with Jack Johnson, declared today he intended 'to follow the champion all over the world, it' necessary. i "I am ready to accept Johnson's jmatum and post tnelnstant the champion shows a willingness to sign 'articles of f agreement, said Woodman 'today. "I know Johnson is a great .fighter, but, Langford, though forty pounds lighter, can- beat him. Johnson not forgotten' the great battle .Langford put .up against him at Chel- i sea, Mass., a few years ago. He back- ed down cold after agreeing -to fight Langford before the National Sporting Club in London. But I intend to fol- low him everywhere he goes and make i him or crawL" NATIONAL Won Chicago 54 New York.................. 47 Pittsburg 45 Cincinnati 41 Philadelphia 40 St. Louis 38 Brooklyn 34 Boston 33 AMERICAN Philadelphia 57 Boston 52 New York 50 Detroit 47 Cleveland 36 Washington 36 Chicago 34 St. Louis 25 ASSOCIATION Minneapolis 69 St. Paul 58 Toledo 56 Kansas City 47 Columbus 44 Milwaukee............... 40 Indianapolis 39 Louisville 36 EASTERN Newark 56 Rochester 44 Baltimore 48 Toronto 46 Providence 40 Buffalo 39 Jersey City 37 Montreal 30 Lost Pet. 29 .650 35 -573 35 .563 .518 42 .488 47 -447 50 .403 '54 .380 27 .679 "34 .605 34 .595 41 .534' 44 .450 50 .419 51 .400 56 .309 34 .670 42 .580 42" .571 48 .495 48 .478 54 .426 59 .398 62 .367 35 .615 36' .550 41 .539 40 .535 42 .488 45 .464 51 .420 49 .380 The Alexandra Cafe Is again under the management of MURRAY Tne Service and Menu are up to the former stan- dard. Every effort is being made to rebuild the busi- ness to its for- mer excel lent reputation Blew Up in thfc Last ings and the Miners Lost Inning Brandon, July weak spasm in the ninth gave Brandon to- night's .game; Up to that session the Lethbridge pitcher had pitched >gilt edged iball. With the score standing 5 to 4 (Lethbridge on the heavy end, Lezie lost control and passed a couple with the bases forcing home the .tieing and winning runs; AB R H 0 A E Olson, cf........ 521000 Mackin, 2b 3 0 0 2 4 0 Cnick, ss.........'-5020 11 If 3 0 0 2 0..1 Ward, c......... 4 0 0 11 2-0 Dudley, rf 4 1 11 0 .'0 O'Hayer, lb....... 41 1-9 -0, 2 Oriett, 3'b 4 0 -0131 Lezie, p 3 1 1 '-o 1 0 35 5, 6 11 5 out when 'Winning run was made. AB R H 0 A E Triplet, Zb .4 00 3 3 1 O'Brien, 3 0 0 4 3 0 .Holmes; 3.b___... 4 0 1 -0 0 1 Scnultze, cf 411100 Thompson, lb ___ 4 0 i 12 0 1 Cooper, c 4.- 2 0 5 2 0 McDonnell, rf ___ 411100 Sullivan, If....... 3 1 1 1 0 0 Borleske, p....... 3 1 1 0 S 2 'xMorrow 0 0 0 0 0 0 33 6 6 27 16 5 xMorrow batted for Sullivan in the ninth. Brandon Summary: Two-base hits. Olson, Chick, Holmes, Sdhultz: sacrifice hits, Mackin, O'Brien and Morrow; stolen bases, O'Hayer, Sullivan: bases on balls, off Lezie 4, of Borleske 3: struck out, by Lezie 9, toy Borlesfct 4; double play, Dudley to O'Hayer; time 2 nours. Umpire Longenecker. At- tendance 750. OTHER W. C. L. GAMES SASKATOON TAKES SECOND, FROM MAROONS Saskatoon, July put it over the Winnipeg Maroons in the second game 'of the series to the tune of eight -runs to" three 'this Tie game was an .easy win loir the locals and not at any stage did it look as though the visitors had a chance to win. Gordon 'struck ovi- seven ;men and who slugged out a three- bagger last night, smashed one out tonight and could have scored; had it not (been for ithe interference-' of the coacners. Winnipeg tried out all their pitchers tint this .only -made things worse, for' when'..Collins went into the box in the seventh inning, Sas- katoon scored'four, runs; Saskatoon ...V. 11 2 Winnipeg 6 6 .Gordon and Davidson: Smith, Col- lins and Cooper. Umpire :Wheeler. PLUMBERS SPRUNG A BIG SURPRISE ON tHE S. 0: E. ELEVEN LAST NIGHT (X F. Team' Failed to Put in an Appearance and the Lead Pipe Artists Took Their V Place and Put Up Great Game IRBY BROKE HIS LEG; MOOSE JAW 'WON .Moose Jaw, July game of major league ball was (brought to a sad ending tonight in the seventh inning 'When Irby, Moose Jaw's (heavy swift running left fielder brake Ms leg just above the ankle putting him. on iis 'back for at least two months, and it is 'hard to' say when he will get back into the same. He had successfully stolen second when his spikes caught in the hard ground as he made uhe slide. His leg Voke square and Umpire Ferg- uson and -the players were so affected that they could not resume the 'game. At the same 'base Duggan sprained his ankle earlier in the game and had to retire. Irby is "now in the hos- pital. Brown pitched the game of his life, fanning nine of 'the Calgary players and allowing only four scratch and scattered hits. Geehan was also there but siigihtly ibehind his oppon- ent Calgary......... 4 3 Moose 6 2 Geehan .and Stanley; Brown and Bliss. Umpire Ferguson. Called in seventh account Irby breaking1- ankle. PAPKE HAS THROWN DOWN GAUNTLET TO KETCHEL Wants to Fight Stanley for Title and j Will Claim It by Default if i Ketchel Declines Denver, Colo., July 26. Billy Papke today threw down the gauntlet to -Stan- ley Ketchel. Papke wants to fight the Michigan man for the middleweight ti- tle. If Ketchel backs away from the contest Papke declares he will claim the championship by default. Papke has accepted the offer of a local promoter to meet Ketchel. Though the governor has said that he .will permit no fighting in Wyoming, there is talk today of staging the match, if it is arranged as a feature of Frontier Day at Cheyenne next month. Ketchel has not yet replied to the promoters offer. Itr never came off. "What The A. O.F: league match as scheduled- for last evening. Whytf "Because no men appeared upon the' scene of battle. Guess they're down and out for this year, but they've they i stuck. Even so, those football fans who presented- themselves last evening were not destined to be disappointed. Far'from it. Lethbridge Plumbers gave the S.O.E. warriors a mighty tussle and the closeness of can be- partially realized when tone considers the score 0-0, a complete blank on either: board. Of course, the game goes by default to the S.O.E. eleven, and boosts them two points higher in the City League standing. The game started at a tremendous clip and never once did the fury' of the onslaught ab'ate, except to take a foul, kick a corner, or punt out. a goal kick. The Plumbers secured the first shot on goal, but the leather rolled a few inches wide. The S.O.E. fol- lowed soon after with-an air splitter from right, but McLaughlin, the plumbers' goal tender, met the pill with a short arm jab and jolted it far infield. Towards the end of the first half the S.O.E. pressed hard and opened a breach upon the plumbers' head- quarters with such ferocity that the shots rained thick and fast like hail in a pelting storm. But say, ithe way that long-pantalooned, nim- goal artist, who stood be- jtween the plumbing posts, met every volley with lightning-like rapidity jand unerring accuracy, was good to work was repeatedly cheered from the side line. 'First "half no score. Again on the restart the plumbers got the A hot grounder was headed; to wards the S-O.E. speedily returned by, Mclntyre. It was followed -by a lead down on rightj a well placed, but the balancing wind was, too! slow to take advantage, and there was nothing'startling. For the next, fifteen minutes the S.O.E. displayed.; some .tac- tics, but failed to score. Three min-; utes before time, the plumbers broke; away on a well constituted rush and-' shot a slow grounder upon Mclntyre." He made a vicious lunge, fell over and, stretched full enough to touch.the ball and' shove it slow- ly out of danger. Thus the game proceeded to -the finish, good and bad luck being about divided, and neither team, could truly say, "We won." T. of the- Britts, ref- ereed and held a hard game well. in hand. and Kane. Following is the line-up of both teams: S.O.E. 4> Mclntyre Farris Sarell Willets Chiswick Alcock Fairbr other Faunch C. Chiswick Brennan Goal Backs Half-Backs Forwards Plumbers McLauchlin G. i look upon. Undoubtedly his timely j Hawkins iwork saved many a score and, his I .Scott Kelly Nicholson Rounard k Webster Ingle Holberton Turnbull DELLAR WINS ANOTHER FOR ALBERTA'S CAPITAL TWO HIGH RIVER STARS DESERT AND COME TO LETHBRIDGE TO PLAY Regina, July had the locals apparently outclassed in this evening's game, but Regina. foraced towards the last and made four runs in the eighth on clean hitting, which made the score book look much more respectable. The ability of the Eski- mos to run bases at will on "Mclntosh helped them to make some of their scores. Kdmonton..... 12 2 Regina 9 2 Dellar and Spencer; Houston and Mclntosh. Umpire Houston, l NATIONALS WILL BE NEXT TO TRY FOR MINTO CUP UPTON'S POOL ROOM BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA BARBER SHOP CIGARS LUNCH COUNTER Basement of the Oliver Block Montreal, July Should they win ithe championship of the N. L. U. it appears the Nationals will travel west in September in quest of the Minto Qup now that the Montreals have failed. As winners of the league they would have the right to challenge, and as they could play on a reasonable date, it is thought New Westminster, postponing the issue until next sum- mer. Last year it was different. Not un- >til October was the' championship de- cided but this season the result will be known in September. On the 5th of that month the Nationals are 'schedul- ed to play Shamrocks, b.ut one of the management of the Frencnmen said yesterday that this game would be postponed if the Nationals are league winners, and that they would travel to the coast to play on this date. WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE STANDING Won Lost P. C. Calgary 12 2 .85 Edmonton 11 3 .786 Lethbridge 7 5 .583 Brandon -7 7 _ .500 Saskatoon 6 6 .500 Moose Jaw 4 8 .333 Winnipeg........... 3 11 .214 Kegina 2 10 .167 Yesterday afternoon several of the j Lethbridge lacrosse players were pres- jent at the staliou to greet two of High. River's star players, Boland, a (third home man, and P. McDonough, jlheir classy first homer. j Owing to a mix-up with the High River management these two players have quit the High River team and have come to Lethbridge to They will be signed' on by, the hitter jteam immediately and will Je eli- gible to play in twenty days' time. Monday's game at High River was played under protest. High River pro tested the eligibility Of B. Wright to play upon the Lethbridge line-up. It was understood Lethbridge executive and the association that Lethbridge could play certain of the Taber men if desired. However, as High River won the game, the pro- test will not likely go any farther. As the league now stands High. River is one point ahead of Leth- bridge. If Calgary wins its protest re the Calgary-High River game play- ed in the latter town on July 1st, then Lethbridge and High River tie for first position. In the meantime Lethbridge twelve are after the first place in the league, with the idea of cinching it. 57 GOOD SHOOTING MADE BY CRACKS AT NELSON OUTSIDER WINS THE STEWARD'S CUP London, July the Glorious Goodwood meeting today the famous Steward's Cup was won by an sider, Mrs S stone 1 pound, 20 to 1; Sol Joel's "Poor Boy" 10 to l, second; Mr. Fair- es" "Lady was third, 8 to 1. The Steward's cup is a handicap race of siv fnrlnners. P. 0. Box 344. Phones: 628, Garage. 3262. Residence. GARAGE BROWNE- COSMAN CO. Five stalls with lockers, etc. Rates reasonable. Cars washed, polished and delivered. 246 Westminster Road. Nelson, B. C., July the regu- lar event of the trap shoot here today B. McClaren of Calgary won first j place, breaking 141 .birds of 150. a j splendid record considering the im- favorable weather conditions that half a gale and the light was puzzl- ing: For second place Miller of Se- attle and Cooper of Tacoma tied with j 136 -birds broken. The position of I high professional was won by H. Reid of Seattle with 144 birds. A remark- able demonstration was jriven by E. J. Chingren, the Spokane crack, in j fifty straight, winning the cup. Cra- i mer, of Nelson, and McDonnell, of i j Revelstoke, tied for second place with i forty-seven" birds each. BURNS-LANGFORD BOUT OFF New York, July fight be- tween Tommy Burns and Sam Lang- ford, which was scheduled to take place before the Olympic Athletic Club of London during the first, week of September, was called off today. Burns had agreed to box Langford, but after Mclntosh had secured Sam's signature he received a mes- sage from Burns, who is in Seattle, i stating 'that he would not fight unless "lie received more than he was (offered the first time, Tho Australian sportsman could not i see this demand and the fight is off. YOU CANNOT EXPECT GOOD LUCK in: your, fishing of. shooting, unleai you have the the right guns and. ammunition. They'll be all right if you get them here. SO WILL THE WALL TENT and., camp outfit we supply. if there's, anything for sport we haven't got come and tell us what it is. The Lethbridge Sporting GdodS; Go. PHONE 1032 412 ROUND MIKE DONLIN IS.' 'BACK HOME AGAIN Impressions of Europe by The Former. Ball the Time of His Life .Mike'Donlin, actor and of the .diamond, is back from Europe after an., interesting tour 61 die effete monarchies: Mr. Donlin was much. 1m- the grandeur, of the "things he saw, and is still walking in a daze as the, result: of the magnificent spec: tacles that-were on every-side of him while "I had "the time" of'my Mr. Donlin that laid out that bunch of warts upon the face of na- ture. boy, you couldnft .put a diamond on any section of that coun- try without the pitcher, tumbling over into the next kingdom and you'd have to string cables "between the peaks to hang the bleachers on." BASEBALL NOTES First baseman Jack Flynn of the Pirates has been playing a cracking good game since his recovery from an injured leg. It is said that Connie Mack picks the Boston Red Sox as the team most likely to give the Athletics a hard chase for first honors. Five scouts are touring the country looking for 'talent for Detroit. Looks as though the Tigers were ,up against it and that they will not share in the big money this fall. BASEBALL NOTES Philadelphia has released Utility In fielder Joe Ward to Rochester. He will' be played at third base, while Alper- j man will be moved to second. j Southpaw Roy Tift, who wouldn't, do j in the Eastern League, is slated for a' i trial by the Giants. BRAIN WO] vho get little exercise, feel better all round for an occasional decs of DRU-CO" Laxatives They tone up the liver, move the bowels gently, but freely, cleanse tht system and clear the brain. A new, pleasant and reliable laxative, prepared by a reliable firm, and worthy of the NA-DRU-CO Trade Mark. 25c. a box. If your druggist has not yet stocked them, send 25c, and we will mail them. NATIONAL DRUG CHEMICAL COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED, MONTREAL. 21 ;