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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 6 THE LKTirBRIDGK DAILY HKHALI) Saturday, June I, ALL THE-LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOST EVENTS WORKING THE PUBLIC GibbohPSecured the Decision Over Brennan BASEBALL IN TKE BIG LEAGUES Results of Games Mapleod Football Eleven Played at Pmcher Creek 'and Won, Game Ptncher Creek, 11 he exhi- bition foottnH od litre last nypning between Macleod and' Hincher teams, won the isit- uis bv .1 score ol time goals to two. game was scirce! tharaUemed Ifif scientific football, though it was btysht, in spoti, iome veteran cjf'thc home team fue a (lash of the oH form. Hineher hovs are older and more experienced in the game than but the lick of prictuc told them after the first halt of the match was played. With the sun and f'fnd in their favor, the honre team Sad nearly eiervthmg in their favor during this hall Cameron a skilful for .ard, "enl ltl a centre som fhjrteon minutes after, the game star Macleod evened this shortly al the gane relieve 1 Late thpv duplicated the trick, which Shortly equalized the home boy who picked up their wind again to the close- About', three mil ufcs before the close Macleod slippe another, leaving them winners Neither team shows anything tha savor of hard; serious p'rac tfce Macleod has a strong wine, though their defence line seem ejT off color. The goalkeeper, how- ever, atoned for an} detects in th'i bafcs brilliant sates Creek's half back line Ui_stronj; point Bostonberrv putting up splendid game Halt ularly during the earli part of, the match Ii these teams do sc earnest work in getting into condi- tion, we might sec some excellent games yet this season. JS'alional 9-3 Brooklyn lloslon ODD 3 S Brooklyn 000 !t II Dlckson. Hogs, .McTIgue and Kilns Tingling iind Knvln. 8-3 Brooklyn Hosion ......020 000 :i S L Brooklyn .100 s M Jirowti. nonnclly and Gowdy; gan, Kueker and tinvln. 5-1 St. Louis Si. Louis 110 (100 5 !l Now York .001 000 1 u Willis and ISresuahau: Wlltsc, 7 reaii and Myers. 6-2 Pittsburg ritisbure 020 ti s Cincinnati 100 001 2 5 Adams and Gibson; iind McLean. Froine, Dagby American 9-1 Detroit St: tom's 'DOS 020f Detroit.......100 OOU 1 li Powell .and .Stephens und Kricliell Works, and Stanajje. Wolgast Had Shade Young Jack O'Brien Philadelphia Pa r May Cham plon Wolgast and. Young Jack OIBrien fought a fast rouni) bout nefoie the American Athletic Club tonight and.the advantage, If any, was with the ;champlou. O'Brien was the olev crer, but his blows lacked force, while those of Wolgast made the Philadel- phia boj wince when they landed on "body fn the second round Wol- jpast dropped O'Brien for the count of pine, but the blou did ndt stop the which at times'daz Wolgast. 'HIKE Mike Gib- 30US la t too for i Knockout Hrenmin of Btill.ilo, !he met in a round contest. The St. Paul man's punches had more Bteam behind and were tinted with telling- frequency. At times a fiu- isliing blow -seemed imminent but Brennan nt such critical points would ma.Iiage to clllich and lhl'ls B8VO hira. upon a steed, n.aHe sixty miles at fright ful speed; wh.nlr' lowland, valley and morass, through verdant strips ot garden sass, o'er moun- tain, flowing stream, helped, as though propelled by steam. The bear to sec him go, the wolves pursued, but had no show; and when at he reached a town, his 'ing charger tumbled down. Mazeppa rose, 'with- but a'scratcn, and swiftly wrote a. long dispatch, which reached the Sporting T Ed. that night: "I've knocked the record flat, all right. No other fellow, any- 10 where, has'traveled on a knee-sprung, mare o'er sixty miles of right of way, while trussed up like a bale'of Please hire a ball; a statement write, that I will every p'ght, for twenty my lecture's fine the moving picture rights are "mine. If any challenger should come, and -put tip a substantial sum, and say that he'd be glad to ride, upon a rawrboned hearse horse tied, for sixty gr Interaationixl, Baltimore :2v. .Jersey City 5, Newark Newark S, Jersey City U. Buffalo 4, y. Toronto 1, Rochester 0. Rochester 5, Toronto 3. Standings Today National -N'uw York Uliwlnnu-ll Chicago PlttsuiH'j; SI. Louis 21) Philadelphia M Brooklyn IL' Jiostou American Chicago............'. L'8 -loston............. 2i" t? X'trolt.............. 1 .'lovehmil............ 17 Wiishlngtin......... IS Now 12 3t. Louis............ International w. ersey City 21 Rochester 21) Buffalo.............. M lontreal Hi 14 13 IS 'oronto laltimoro s'owark 'rovidenco I'd. .8110 -.37.1 .525 MARKETS I .iila AS-; .462 f'cl. .can .623 .500 .4C7 .-us .393 Canadian men fought ni nounds m-en lous'U at Uj miles or maybe .more, for money, marbles, chalk or gore, just say iny last long ride is made, until the lecture graft "is played." WILL BE FORMED HERE Ballot Monday Canadian London S, Hamilton 5. Brantford i', Gnelph S. Berlin 10, St. Thomas 9. Northwestern Victoria 12, Portland 5. Portland y, Victoria 4. Vancouver 1, Tacoma 0. Seattle 5, Spokane I. ittawa Condon Guelph Brantford Berlin St. Thomas Hamilton Peterboro W. 7 1 Pet. .778 DROUTH BROKEN CAUSES CRASH Cliicnuo. sales of wheat today, (lie rwsiilt of rains tireuk- lug the drouth that was threatening lo destroy mliiioiiB of acres of grain lu Kansas and Nebraska, resulted hi a genera! smash of prices of (lie Chi- cago Boiird of Trade. Valuos sho'wed a( one time a duel-east! of cent li bushel for wheat, and 2 cents for corn. HiiyiiiK on (he part ot" leaders, who did not believe tha critical situation as to crops in the two Stales named, hud been entirely brought about a rally at tho close, hi the end the market was decidedly nervous, with July options for wheat, and 72% for corn, net losses respectively- ly of 1% and 2% cents. WEEKLY LIVE STOCK LETTER Portland Vancouver Victoria Tacoma Seattle Spokane Northwestern W. L. 24 22 24 21 .500 AKne proposal into concrete .shape. The question t a ground was dealt with and Mr. Pott reported that Supt. W'ilson had in- mated his willingness :tp allow the cricketers -to haye the'use of the Bar- acks ground A.ftei a little discussion it was decided to appoint a com- iHtee of. three to-deal iwlth the question ofja iiracticc ground and also a romidfpii .which to town opponents, the committee to re- ort to a meeting uhlch called-for next -Wednesday; evening, at S o'clock, he subscription price fixed at ?3.00, year and Mr. Pott was appoint- d Hon Secretary pro tern jreat de- sire to-'copp the: victory Monday, the Lethbridge brigade, ;ire optimistic the r.esult and they can go right...'through the enemy without a .A few changes will be made in the local line-up, which promises to players from here. Central Iiiternational Dulnth S, Grand Forks 0. Winnipeg -I, Superior 3. Association Minneapolis 5, St. Paul 0. Louisville 2, Columbus 1. 'Toledo 3, Indianapolis .1. Kansns City 7, Milwaukee (i. CYLGAD SWEEPER II. RULES AT 11 TO 4 IN DERBY BETTING London, June latest Derby scratchings and. betting was as fol- All those deHliiona of bacommg members of the club are requested to at- 'jows: ind the meeting on Wednesdav evening at -ilQ-oth Street South. Intending embers may forward their subscriptions .to .Frank Pott, who will, enter hejr-namea'-for memborahip. 'Peg Horse Show is a Sumptuous Affair Winnipeg, May fjigfcth annual horse shoivf op ens Wedneedaj Afternoon and afternoon four davs, promiies to break "all pre MOUI a record )iet has been prize horses from the East be fiere gary, Retfna and Weal will be Fuller, Lot Ottawa, yesterday one of the Judges of the heavy bar nest, class, which rounds ou( the jmlg for all classes t Iame alld has been scratchetl; R- Cro- 1, Tagalie 9 to Jaeger 100 to S, -Ting- ling Gordie, Javelin 20 to 1. U. S, League Looks Like a Dismal Failure Pa., May last U. S.' League baueball game wag played in this city Wday.'. Cincinnati is scbed uled to play here tomorrow, but Hugh McKinnon, manager of the: new Reds, was disappointed with the small aud- ience will.'take his team home tonight. 'It is claimed the circull be rearranged, and that only-thfe Western cities will ba in tha illation Indianapolis it Is claim ill get tjie Jteadlng franchise organ W ttj BULLETINS INTERMEDIATE BASEBALL TEAM FOR TABER GAVE EACH PLAYER A BILLION..DOLLARS New York, June mem- ber of the Irish-Canadian Athletic Club tenm which competed at the annual games for the benefit of the 'Manhattan state insane asy- lum laiat Saturday, la the proud po-jses-aor today of a check for signed by one of the in- mates. PALZER TO CHALLENGE WINNER Will be'at Ringside of Flynn-Johnson Fight and Issue Defi Las Vegas, N. 31... May er, Chas, O'Malley on the Flynn-John- aon bout tprtay. received a message from Al Paizer In New York stating that he would be at the-ringside on lJuly 4th to challenge the winner. Pal- zer agrees -to; be prepared to post a forfeit of to fight any time after the Fourth .ol July. Jobbing House Eleven Cleans Them Up Patronage of Every Fan in the City Solicited Soccer fans, baseball fans and every other kind of fan, tonight is the night of the big football game, North vs. Soirth. The cream of Lethbridge football will be Jined up for a great set-to. The occasion is the benefit matoh for Jack' AVIlkmsoii, and while soccer fans will have the double sat- isfaction of seeing a good game that they enjoy and helping out a very deserving case, all the other fans will get their .money's worth anyway, and will show that sport is sport, whether along the lines of their own pet game or not. The City Football league desirse to make this event a great success and the Herald urge the lovers of the game and others to pack the grand stand at the ball park tonight. The game is citlled at fi.45 and Fred Ollye'r will referee. Central International Dulnth, Superior Grand Forks 1 .11 f.13 .coo .333 .333 Association Minneapolis 2S Cplumbus ___ 2S Toledo 26 Kansas City...........24 St. Paul............. 20 Indianapolis 38 Milwaukee.......... It; Louisville ___ 1C s. r .con 1 .533 7 .426 .400 .390 .390 WESTERN CAN. LEAGUE CALGARY FINISHED STRONG Hendervon't ''RUMtlt Knights" to Play There Monday Harold Henderson's "Russell Knights." to meet at the R. N. .M. P. barracks on 'Monday morning, at 9 orcloclc. The tenm "will niotor tp" where tlwy will try cVnclusions with the' intermediate baseball team of that town. OVERSEAS FOOTBALL CLUB .game will be played on Monday at 7 p.m., on the ground north of the traffic -bridge. The following players are requested to turnout: -Home, Janles, Cameron, Hutton, Banncrman, HoofeCrVOladwln, Chlsholm, G. C. Shod don, Ulncha, Summer, Horn, Pateroon, CauIdweJI, ;.MulIen, Hnlkerston, Bem- brldge, Thomson, Brennan, 31mm and Joyce. S. S. LEAGUE MANAGERS. There will be an important meeting of baseball representatives from Sun- day schools of the city at the Y.M.C.A. Monday, at 8.30 p.m. Some football match wag witnessed, the other might by a large crowd oft spectators on the Overseas grounds. The game, -was between a team from1 :he firms, of Messrs. Plunkett Sav-: age, ahd'.iilacphorson Fruit Co., com- a and the famous unbeatable team of Home. The ame resulted, defeat of the fruit- crars b> 2 to nil It was only the magnificent" work of the fruit men's; gofl! keeper T Uaitlett. that another, su goals were not scored. The grocers' half-bnclta'were impassable, and Jack- son in goal dli! his work splendidly be had one shot to stop all through the by by Mcllvena. ame. The first goal was scored alid the second was put in e game Watt, CHIC GANDIL GOES TO WASHINGTON Washington, May first baseman of the Montreal International League has been tradedv'to the Washington league fo'rtwo ybutig play- ers, utility ment, rtele- gram j'rticeiycd here from' Clark Clifford of the Washington Club! The Chicago and Pittsburg National league clubs have been after Gandil. Cardston Has Accomplished Ball Tossers Cardaton, Stay It though Cnnlnton wna golnji to Imve an exception-. ally strong buseball team In the southern l vision of the Southern Alhertn tenffim which opens th Jit Warner nnrl Cnrrlston ith The Elite Cigar Store Adjoining Morris Tlieaire Have just received a large consignment of Albert Smoking' Tobacco innnd. .Suvprnl new nifii will bo play- inff for Curdston this season and bite tilings siro from the Icum. A list of Urn pluyrrs have hi-en forw.-irdcd to Mt-D. Toil, stjcretnrj' of tho JCIIKIIC, Iiy the lorn I inaimpor. :ind they nro ror- tolnly a likely looking bnnch of hall tur- ners. They should siiRtaln Cnnl- ston's roputnllon aw a fust bull town. Here they ore: tijioncer. Vic. Spen- cer. Thompson, Gllu, Dr. Calrcn- stnn, L. 0. Wilson, Miulden, Ciirssman. Fulmcr, Pettln nn-1 Tlioao who have been hnsRhnll In part' of tho country for a number of ycnrn will l-cfOKnlze sevpnil of tin; plnyors, bill the greater number of the names on the list will unfjimlllai- lo funs undl :r u fftw anil tlien tliey will ho known nil too vividly dr the cr U Is pxprtcto'l thai a sironp -up will he sent iiKaliisf i ho Sugar i City nt-xt Wciliicstlay. 3 Sunday School League Games Monday Three games will be played on Jlon- daj- between the Intermediate baseball 'earns of the. Sunday School league. The St. Patrick's will meet the St. Andrews -feam on the latter's grounds, and the outcome ot this game will be watched with a great deal of inter- est. Doth teams have played one game in which they gave their oppon- ents a severe drubbing. The Wesley team will play Westminster on West- minster's grounds and the Knox team will play at the North Baptist's grounds. Calgary, Hay Bimstlnc, who was sent in as a pinch hitter in the seventh inning, taking Piedmont's turn ''at bat, started a batting rally, which resulted in the Bronks annex- ing three runs, which placed the lo- the to 8, in the game here tonight. Pete Standrldge pitch- ed -the remainder of the. game, and held the Eskimos hitless. Edmonton OH2 021 811 2 Calgary 600 9 92 Clayton and Weinholt; Eiedmom, Standridge.and Davidson. Jack Rhodes Will be There WithHis Challenge Jaclc Rhodes, of Milk River, takqs up the challenge of Gordon .McKay, of Calgary, which appeared in the Herald. Hhodas is willing to box any lightweight in Alberta, and states that it, is his intention to be at tho ring- side of the, Bayley-Allen fight at Bas- sano, for the. purpose of challenging the winner. COMPETITION FOR LIFE-SAVING London, June Darnell, vice- president of 'the Royal Life-Saving society, has donated a silver ciip -for Tread softly- Step safely. annual competition Canada. in life-saving in CAT'S PAW RUBBEf! SOLES Efflbodij Hie patented features of Cats Paw 150 Slipiilied by Rice Whaler, Wiuiii- Receipts for the past ami previous week Calves HO inK aoon .Sheep 21) 111 The1 bulk of the receipts oi cattle here tliii: week were from Alberta points, some BOO head being on (he market, all of these to eastern points with the exception' ot about head. The supply last week was. quite liberal aiid all ;the packers being liberal buyers .they 'Were rather indifferent Monday ami the trade was slow arid druggy. Tuesday and Wednesday the eastern tharkcts showed some improvement and with a light run here our trade .was active and a strong quarter several loads of choice cattle: reaching Ine S7.25 mark. The bull market was also some higher .'this' good inills scjiing .to '.'tfilOO. Milkers and springers still in good'demand for the good kinds and selling strong........'., We quote as follows, delivered, fed and watered Best milkers and springers, S17.00 to SH5.00.; common to medium milkers and springers S2S.OO to dhpice'stcers anil heifers, 1200 Ibs. J6.75 to 57.25; choice' butcher -steers and iciicrs, fair'. to good butcher steers' arid'" h'eif- crs, to good to choice butcher cows, medi- um cows and heifers, to common cows, :.to S-1.25 best bulls; to cqimiion to medium bulls. to While the supply of hogs'is" awaj' short of! a week ago the trade .is still in a very unsettled condition: hogs'sold this iveek froui 0'tents up to anil today ihc 'packers aro bidding S'1.25 fer'the. best.'Unless the receipts should be liberal we.can see nothing to warrant them going below .Sheep and l.inihs arc ,-in small num'bers, of spring lambs being on the market this week. The veal'market r'cnitiiiis about the same, choice veals selling friin. to anil heavy and common calves from to LIVERPOOL Liverpool, June John Rogers Co., Liverpool, cable today that there wore no cattle for sale in the Birken- head market. There a slightly weaker tendency, owing to. .the. 'hot we'atiie-r and approximate p'ricea for both States and Canadian' steers from to ICK' cents. per pound. LETHBRIDGE MARKETS THE COMPLETE SUPPLY HOTJ8E Metal Windows Acceptcjl by the international Board of Underwriters CALL AND SEE SAMPLE WINDOW IN OUR DISPLAY ROOM. SIMPLE IN CONSTRUCTION AND THE VALUE OF EACH PIECE OF METAL TAKEN ADVANTAGE OF IN THIS WINDOW. The Western Supply Equipment Co., Ltd. J ahone 1044 312-Uh street, South. A plentiful supply of fresh green vegetables may he had today iti. var- ious local stores. New sell- Inp at.5 cents a bur.ch; young .turnips 5 cents per bimch; green nests at IS cents pur lb., and parsley at 5 cents per bnucli, Hol-hoiise lettuce now -vails at 3i> cents per lb., while very nice head lettuce can lie h'iid sit pounds for 25 cents., There, are iio" variations in- the-grain -prices from those diioted here yestenUiy, n a late- nient which also applies to other com- modities. Raymond Gun Club Honors An Old Boy's Return Raymond, May night a spe- cial shoot of the Itaymond Gun chili was ,eld In, honor of Mr. G, K. Keillor, who it one (lino wti.s-flic rmck shot of the momi ppoiiflincit. noy'l'ettls carried .the pfllm, lakliig IS pulnls.'out of fn lhle I'nriH camn aeroml ]ii wounded Mrdfi to Iiln crodlt. full cdi'i! HH fullows: IS 1'iirln I.'. MrDuffep Keillor 12 II. F, K'jillor y ;