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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbi-idge Dally Herald. Thursday, July YOU CANNOT WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE GOSSIP WON in your fishing or shooting unless you have the right tackle, the right guns- and ammunition. They'll all rigL't if you get them here. SO WILL THE WALL TENT and camp outfit we" supply. II there's anything for sport "we haven't got come and tell us what it is. The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co. PHONE 1Q32 412 ROUND A BROTHER OF ARCHY KiNNEAft The sport-loving fraternity will b? Just what kind of a pet name to give Saskatoon is the present worry of all sporting writers on the circuit. The Berry Pickers looks as likely as any. Brandon's chances to win the second series brighten every day. Those twen- 'ty-f'ive home games Mor- row considerably. Billy Hamilton threw up the man- agement of the Medicine Hat team, and it is said that Regina has him Chesty Cox -was easily the leading hitter of the Edmonton team their long home series with a 386 mark. Through Costly Errors of Angels-Miners Outbatted Brandon, July Brandon Angels lost the .third game of fhe present series tonight to Lethbridge by a score of five to three. Out- back in addition to this sum. The wtti yisitors to tune g Medicine Hat News: "President Cousins states that there is no truth in the rumor that the Medicine Hat team cleared on its first trip ov- er the Western end of He says the team got an advance of before they took the trip and brought heavy expense of the season came for next season. Moose Jaw let out Pitcher Skeels interested to know that N. D. KUi- and he caught on with Regina. Now Regina has sold him to Detroit for Skeels was the chap who fan- ned 21 men in Winnipeg and then went near, of Kincar dines hire, winner o the Diamond Sculls at Henley thi year, has a proud brother in Leth bridge, Archy Kinnear, "of the Mac Company. A British paper speaking of th famous single sculls event has the following to 'say: "foreign" element was again in force, but of the three, Martin Stalmke, of Breslau, Germany, faile- co show up. The other Continentals Rudolf Lucas, runner-up last year t A, A. again reached the fina by accounting for Mansell Moullin, o Cambridge, and Edye, of the Auriol who was England's amateur .champion in 1907. James Cosgrave made a fruitless trip from Toronto, and gav a poor show. On the way to the con eluding' round, Kinnear, 'of Kensing ton, R. C.-; and formerly of the "Wes End Rowing Association, was only called upon to row once, when he ha but little to do, for Dewar, of th London, stopped short of home deac beaten. Final heat: W. D. Kinnear, Kensington, R. C. Rudolph Lucas, "Mainzer, R. C., Ger. many...................i.......; Kinnear announced his intention o cutting the -German down at the start and did it. He struck the slower stroke, but was ahead at the fourth stroke, and at the half-mile Kinnear was two lengths ahead. He reached Fawley. the same distance ahead, and then, giving.' the German his wash came home an easy winner in 8 min 51 sec. Lefty Russell, the Baltimore will have his cage gilded by the own ers of his club doubtless with some of that Philadelphia paid for him. The Alexandra Cafe Is again under tne management of U. MURRAY Tne Service and Menu are up to tne former stan- dard Every e bem- ffort IS rebuild the busi- ness to its for- mer excel lent reputation off color for a time. He is going well now. Edmonton "Journal: Bill Morrow says tnat Brandon is the nearest to the salary limit of any team in the league and that he is .a trifling over it. That seems to mean that ev- ery (team in the league is over the limit, and that the limit is merely a joke. Calgary Albertan: However if Brandon rounds into the final stretch any where, near to Calgary and Edmon- ton it is likely to give a scare at least. Calgary plays its 'last seven games with Edmonton. Brandon plays its last seven games iwith Winnipeg which is the weakest team in 'the league or about the weakest. Moose Jaw Times: "Is there no salary limit in the league, and, if so. why is Calgary allowed to ieep the aggregation that -is playing for them this year? The league officials will have to do something mighty soon or most of the clubs might as well close up shop. A little investigation into the money earned by the players would probably be much more effec- tive than starting a new series.'' Medicine Hat News: "Zip Zimmer- man, who signed on with Lethbridge at the time the Medicine Hat fran- chise was transferred to Saskatoon, may have to rejoin his former club mates. Saskatoon has made a claim on him, and it looks as though the new may make its claim stick. Billy Hamilton says Zip signed on with the Hat this year, but the contract was lost." hooked up to the Bank of Montreal for advances to the club amounting j to Of this, sum, the third and fourth calls on subscriptions, .when j paid, would wipe off leaving a deficit of Regarding h'is reasons for turning over the Hat franchise to the League, Mr. Cousins states that to four, the locals should have easily won -but Chrew the game away with four costly errors. Brandon secured three runs in the second and bridge tied up in the fifth on two 1 errors by O'Brien and one by Schultz. AB >R H O A E Triplett, 2-b....... 5 0 05 3 0 O'Brien, ss ...___ 4 0 10 22 Holmes, 3-b 5 0 0 1 3 Schultz, cf 4 Thompson, as the receipts" on the road were not j.Cooper, c sufficient to pay expenses, Medicine McDonnell, rf Hat had only the home games to de- pend upon to run the club, and when the attendance dropped to-such an ex- tent as to reduce the gate receipts to from twenty to thirty -dollars, he considered it time to quit. The guar- antee to visiting teams amounts to a day, and there was not enough to pay this, let alone to finance the home team's expenses." Probably -the most rabid and unfair statement yet published against the Sullivan, If Tnelan, p 0 0 0 4 0 4-1 4 1 4 1 3 0 0 1 1 12 6 0 2 0 Leth bridge- Olson, cf Mackin, 2b 3 Uhick, ss......... 3 Zimmerman, If 3 Lynch, -c ___.___ 4 .Dudley, rf----. 4 O'Hayer, lb 3 Oriett, 4 37 3 AB R 3 1 president of the Western Canada Pieh, p........... 4 League is that which appeared in a 9.37 15 0 A 000 1 0 4 1 0 1 Tin 0.18 10 0 0 recent issue .of the Edmonton Cap- ital, which say that "by some hocus- pocus work" the president acquired Zimmerman for the Lethbridge team. Though we believe the 'Capital has Edmonton Capital: "A number of Edmonton fans are asking the true story of how Lethbridge got outfield- It the er signed with the Hat. Of course Wilson's clout into centre field er Zimmerman of Medicine Hat. eems that Zim. was still with Hat the night the franchise was given back to the league and accordingly should have been handed to the presi- dent along with- the other Medicine Hat players. Perhaps he was, but when Eckstorm transferred the team to Saskatoon he sorted Zim cut. and )y some hocuspocus work kept this sterling player for the Miners. Sas- katoon should insist upon receiving their rights, as Zimmerman -was the most valuable man on the Medicine Hat team. a little more inside funtil the President gathers sufficient ball on the part of our beloved presi- dent" of a statement, .-whether founded on facts or not, it would have thought twice before publishing any such in- sinuation as the above if acquainted with the inside truth of the case. The Herald on Monday published a statement which makes the matter clear and shows how the president of the league stands in the matter. "When Zimmerman came to Lethbridge the 31 -5 4 27 16 I JBrandon 'Lethbridge ___ Summary: .Earned runs, Brandon 3. Sacrifice hit, Mackin; stolen ibase, Oriett; two-foase hits, Sullivan, -Coop- er and Thompson; struck out, by Pieh 2, by iit toy pitched ball, Zimmerman; Lynch: left on ibases. Lethbridge o, Brandon 10. Umpire Longeneeker. WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY game at Brandon today while Calgary goes to Regina and Edmonton to Moose Jaw. Lethbridge plays at. Winni- peg tomorrow, commencing a tiu-ee-game series. There will be a double-header on Satur- day. "If -Tf "T1 4- FINE GOLD MEDAL WILL BE AWARDED GAMES FOR THE PEOPLE'S SHIELD To be Held in Toronto September 5th to 10th The Vancouver Celtics Claim1 Half. Nelson, July second day of the Gv T. P. Indians trap shooting tournament Ihere today .brought good scores, the wind having departed and weather conditions being perfect. The tournament closes tomorrow, when the Indians go to Revelstoke for a shoot "there on 'Saturday. In the special fifty bird event to- day for a" sweepstake, a gold medal will -be awarded, .valued at pre- sented :by E. J.. Chingran, Spokane. Five tied "with 47 birds each. In the shoot off H. Riehl of Tacoma. .-won, with. 25 straight. hundred and fifty, .bird raise Geo. Wells of Nelson was 'high, amateur gun with 141. Chin- gran was .third with 137, "and McLaren; of Calgary fourth with 136., L. Barkly led tine professionals with 147. Tonight, the Indians are the guests at a barbecue at Nine Mile, and last Right To Possession of the Trophy Calgary, July MDler, of the Callies, received'the following! letter recently from G. A. Parker, arustee of the People's Shield, em- blematic of the amateur association football championship of Canada: Toronto, July 19., 1910. Dear have pleasure in in- forming you that the fifth annual tournament of this competition, carry- ing -wita it the championship of Can- ada, will .take place in this city from the to the 10th of Sept., inclusive. night a nbnor. dance was given in their FIRST DAY OF PINCHERMEET Right to Ensure Success -Big Crowd There Pincher Creek, July two days' meet of the Pincher Creek Turf Association opened this afternoon un- der very favorable auspices. Horses, horse-owners and spectators commenc ed to arrive in town oh the evening and night trams of Tuesday, the great bulk of the latter reaching here oa the morning :and noon trains of today. Despite the fact that cuttiri'g is general and binders at work throughout the there was 'a. large turn-out of fanners with. their families at the races. The- Pincher Creek band occupied seats on the grand stand and discoursed some ex- cellent selections during the after-, noon, which went far to make it. ;a more than ordinary pleasurable" one. The weather was warm, hut not ex- cessively so, and by the time the ing events of the day commenced the track enclosure contained a large, representative and well behaved crowd. Members of-the local Squad- ron 23rd Rangers, Tiad been detailed to .if necessary, It is proposed to hold an association i everything" passed off pleasantly and BASBBAiL'L PLAYERS; NOTICE! OTHER W. C L. GAMES President was attending .the league meeting in Calgary and one of the i first things he gave his attention .to i upon his return home was the Zim-1 WINNIPEG PLAY TIE merman case and he was not reluctant in advancing an opinion an favor of Saskatoon's right to the star fielder, GAME AT SASKATOON but the case had to be investigated Saskatoon, July 27.-The game be- before he could take action, and make i tween WumiPe5 and Saskatoon an award. Mr. Eckstorm is in Med- icine Hat .today in search of informa- tlon regarding the Zimmerman case. was called at "the end of the sixth in- nings to-night owing to darkness. The score stood 3 to-3.. The game com- The right to Zimmerman hangs up- j menced sharp at 6.15, but a heavy on a technical point The players cloud came up completely' obscuring say he was a free agent when with the "the soi. Winnipeg had the best of Hat because he signed no contract the game up to the sixth. Wilson and the ex-manager of the gas town pitched good ball, allowing only one club, Billy Hulen, has nothing to show hit, although he passed a number. In that he did, A telegram from Hulen the sixth inning the Maroons went to practically admits .that Zim. had nev- pieces and three runs were made. Zimmerman has no right to play when not under contract and the Medicine Hat club liabled themselves for playing him. However, Joe Lynch took advantage of the situation and had the great fielder sign with Lethbridge which club he continues to play with information to decide whether he will go to Saskatoon or stay -with us. THEIR EYES ON OLD ENGLAND NOW New York, July great many norse men are making preliminary plans to be ready to go to England f .the race tracks in New York fin- ally decide to close. Some of those who Jtiav-e gone across the water in years have prospered, and it s a significant fact that those who re prospering abroad are those who prospered here. The significance lies n the fact that ability achieves suc- cess wherex-er it Is brought into play. A great many unsuccessful horsemen used to be fond of referring to the men who trained in the big stables owned by men high in the councils if the Jockey club, as being espec- ally favored by the governing powers or selfish reasons, ibut these same in England and Prance, Ihave had to meet conditions where odds were against them, and yet they suc- ceeded, anyhow. England will, of course, be the ob- jective of most of those who go ab- road, because English is the only lang uage with which most of the horse- men are familiar, but s. few will fol- low Fred Burlew's example and go to Prance, and pick up a knowledge of French while chasing the franc, which is doubtless as hard to catch there as the dollar is ihere. Others will go to Germany, and others to South America, w-here racing--has been growing In popularity for some years. Of course, it was introduc- ed into the South American countries by the English colonists, 'but the nat- natives have -begun to 'take a fancy to it, and it may get to be the ibig thing there that it has been here. Collins' error allowed Bennett Dunn to score. Wilson came in Dakidson's sacrifice. and and on 6 9 2 football carnival during the 2nd week of the Toronto exhibition, which- .wall eclipse "the preceding held In Winnipeg, Vancouver and Cal- gary. A special committee is being formed and entertain all .visiting 'teams and every effort will be made to make the series of games a great financial success. I hope that your association will send a team down to compete ,and thus assist in bringing j representative teams- from: ail parts jof the Dominion. Perhaps it would be possible to secure special railway fates, being in exhibition week.' I enclose .herewith an extract from the rules and regulations of the competition. Please note' that a special meeting of delegates from each province will be held .on the 7th of Sept to establish -the competition on a satisfactory basis. Yours very truly, G- A. PARKED' Trustee and Organizing Sec. Dispute Over Shield At the present time there is a dis- pute as to 'who are the rightful- hold- ers of the People's Shield, the Celtics Vancouver claiming a joint inter- St. Louis, Mo., July Following j est in it with Calgary because the encounter at National league park Celtics played' a draw here last sum- It is the intention of the Press Base- ball -Club to go on a 'barnstorming trip in about two weeks' time, and a meet- ing will foeld tonight at the store of C. Ross Tate to arrange the details and players. All those interested in amateur baseball in .the city are re- quested to put in an appearance and do what they can to make this trip a success. The meeting is called for eight o'clock. 'BUGS" RAYMOND IS Time between Manager McGraw and Pitcher Arthur Raymond of the New York National League team McGraw sus- mer, the game being called on account of darkness with the score 0-0. The visitors would not wait over .to play pended Raymond indefinitely today. I off the tie and Callies refused to go to McGraw accused the pitcher of violat-jthe coast on May 24, 1910, feeling that the shield ownership should be ing the training rules. i contested on their home grounds. FIGHT PICTURE FILMS CAN -lWhetlier they will accept the latest COME IN TO CANADA, I ohjer to to Toroilto to defend their Ottawa, July officials of ititle is a matter tiiat wU1 the customs department Have come to in a or two- Ifc re- the conclusion that there Is nothing in ithe statutes to prevent the entry into Canada of the films of the Jef- fries-Johnson fight. BASEBALL SCORES quire a s.um of money to finance the project but a lot of 'the money should come back to the team as their share of the gate receipts. History of the 'Shield Calgary won tne People's Shield from 11 the Toronto Thistles at Winnipeg in t A T Qfl7 nTtfl i quietly. The race program 'lor Wednesday started with a three en- tries, in which Nellie Racine first Traffic J 1.053-5. ..r V .In the two-year-olds Cyclides gpt- first, Beltis second. Mazadah came in first by a nose in this face, Eut was disqualified for foiiling, TiirJer .57. v, The special race for "D" squadron. i mile dash, was won by Alex., Glad- stone. Josie S. took first place in the mile dash, with LlandofE second. Time 1.472-5. The open pony race brought White" Stocking first money, -Tonga second, and Chorus Lady third- 56. The Wednesday races concluded with- an Indian race. '-Baseball1 matches between .the Taber Creek -teams take place at the athletic, grounds, on Wednesday and Thursday evenings, the race meet to wind up with a dance by the or- chestra Thursday night. Football Notes The Y.M.C.A. do battle tonight-with Westminsters. Either, team is looking forward to a hard- The standing of the City League will be materially altered "by the result. It decides whether.or not Westmins- ter shall hold .310 position. The C. A. will-be picked from: Collier, Easton, Ingle, Mullen. Scho- field. Brown, Hopkins, McKay, Mo- Hugh, Rigglesworth, Shaw, and oth- ers. The above are requested to meet at -the Club Rooms at sharp as photographs of the team will be taken 1907 and the following year they clean- to the Same. led up everything at the coast in de- fending the Last year Van- On Friday evening the S. 0. E. and Winnipeg 000 Batteries Nelson and Davidson i; Wilson and Anderson. Umpire, Wheel- er. EASTERN At Montreal.................3 Jersey City 6 0 .262 ;ame, wet- REGINA MADE A GREAT RALLY IN EIGHTH Regina, July an exciting rally to-night in the eighth Regina tied the Edmonton score and tie was called on account of dark- ness. Dell was in poor form, issuing eleven passes and being hit freely, but received brilliant support. Gilchrist was steady excepting in the case of Mills, who drew a pass every time up, while Baxter was right behind him with the big stick. ............201 010 8 1 Regina 001 9 3 and: Spencer Gil- christ and Mclntosh. Umpire, Hous- ton. GOTCH NOW BASEBALL MAGNATE hampion Wrestler Purchases Lake City Team, Which Will be Trans- ferred to Humboldt SL Americans have taken a big brace, and, though in last place, are playing first division ball. Lake, formerly of Jersey City, is one of their mainstays in the box. Humboldt la., July jotch, champion heavyweight f the world, broke into bas'eball by urchasing the Lake City team, a member of a brush league this part f the state. The team will be trans- erred to Humboldt, the wrestler's ome, on Aug. 1. It has been known or some time that Gotch.has wanted become a magnate, hav- ng to purchase the Des noa team in the Wo-jtern league. P. 0. Box 344. Phones: 628. Garage. 1262, Residence. GARAGE BKOWjSTE- COSMAN CO. Five stalls with lockers, etc. Rates reasonable. Cars washed, polished and delivered. 246 Westminster Road, COWPUNCHERS HIT SMIT.HSON HARD Moose Jaw, July league leaders h.-id no difficulty in getting away from the Robins tonight. They hit Smithson hard and errors helped the score along. Calgary 10 2 Moose Jaw 5 4 Manning and Flannigan; Smithson and Bliss. Umpire Ferguson. WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE STANDING Won Calgary.......... 13 Edmonton........ 11 Lethbridge 8 Saskatoon........ G Brandon-......... 7 Moose Jaw....... 4 Winnipeg......... 3 Kegina.......... 2 Lost 2 3 5 11 10 P. C. At Toronto-Newark, no grounds. At Buffalo....................4 4 2 Baltimore 3 9 5 At Rochester................1 7 3 7 1 NATIONAL At New New York............... 6 10 3 Philadelphia............211 2 At Cincinnati..............4 9 8 Fittsburg................8 12 2 At St St. Louis.................S 13 0 Uhicago..................6 IS 2 AMERICAN At Boston- Boston 7 2 New York 6 10 2 Second game- Boston ...................3 8 3 New York...............6 10 2 At Philadelphia............. 4 5 Washington..............5 9 NORTHWESTERN At Seattle...................5 10 0 Vancouver..............1 3 3 At Tacoma..................0 2 2 Spokane..................6 s 2 ASSOCIATION At Columbus................8 13 3 Milwaukee................0 4 At couver Celtics played here, the game being called on account of darkness with tne score standing 0-0. Callies are still in possession of the trophy. LOOKING FOR NEW UMPIRES New York, July fans in New York believe that President Lynch's trip through the West will re- ?ulc in a number of important changes in the umpiring staff of the National League. If there are no changes this season it is expected a mimber of new faces will be seen on the diamond next year calling balls and strikes and- judging base r.unning. The Eastern teams, especially, have complained titat umpiring this year has been worse than ever before, the players on the New York team going so far as to address a circular letter to President Lynch complaining of the treatment they are now receiving in the West. .President Lynch believes that um- pires can make or break the game. As ja former umpire, he knows the neces- sity of having in the field. If he believes his present staff is competent he can be counted on to 4 j uphold them. If his actual observa- 3 j tion shows him 'that the men are not the Britts will play a friendly game- on the square. Referee Stroud will officiate in to- night's league football match between the Westminsters and the Y.M.C.A. Following is the S.O.E. line-up for the game with the Britts to be play- ed on Friday evening on the square: Mclntyre Farris and Sarell 5 Chis- wick, Holberton and Firth; Fair- brother, Faunch, Wood, Brennan, Wil- letts. Last night the peerless Riders of the Plains triumphed over the Team- sters of the Streets in. a hotly con- tested baseball game at the barracks. It was some game, as" indicated -by th-e score, 15-14. The batteries for the police were Matheson and Iron- sides, for the teamsters, Robinson and Adams. Umpire, C. Tafce. j capable, changes are almost sure to follow. .867 Toledo...................4 7 .786 .615 .500 .467 .308 .214 .167 Kansas City 1 5 At Louisville................. 1 5 Minneapolis............... 2 At Indianapolis.............. 2 3 St Paul.................. 4 5 A CHALlENGE The Typos of'Lethbridge are anx- ious to try a fall witih the all-conquer- ing (baseball team of the R. N. W. M. P., and believe they can put a crimp in .the splendid record of the riders of the plains. What say ye, "Babe" Wade? UPTON'S POOL ROOM BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA BARBER SHOP CIGARS LUNCH COUNTER Basement of the Oliver Block j ;