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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta LEl-MBRTRGE DAILY HERALD r.foudiiy, June iS, CANADIAN ATHLETES SHOW HEELS TO Winnipeg. Negro Sprinter Big Figure at Eaton Meet Toronto, .Mine Canadian nihlctcs muile a very promising show- ing in the K.aion games today anil showed their hccis to n number VANCOUVER PLAYED RINGS AROUND "SALMON BELLIE'S" Carter, Lalonde and McGregor Were the Thrill Pro- Crowd Saw the Game Vancouver, June de- Tented Westminster by a big mRrslu of 9 to II in a one-sided game Slltur- day afternoon. The aleudniice was oi-cr Con. Jones' team is the former champions with Vancouver outplayed the Sai- ease. American cracks. Army Howard, eas. Bellies In every position In the field tbem, checking bet- 1hc colored sprinter from Winnipeg, gave the most remarkable exhibition. ler and making better passes than Ihelr opponeuis. The star of Vancouver was Nick Car- j ten who has come back wonderfully. lie won the 100 metres races from a j He nnll xewsy Lalonde and McGregor remarkable home players nnd I eld which contained such famous tprinlers as Cloughan anil Alvn My- ers ot New York. This victory was the surprise of the day. He also an- j rcxed first medal in the 200 metre, race with II. licaslcy, ihe tirit- mb Columbia man second. Clougban failed 10 gel into the final oi this I race. The 400 metre, race was also 1j surprise, .lack Trcssidcr won by a inrrow margin over T. Galens, of British Columbia. Roscnicrgcr, the New Yorker, who was considered a sure, victor, dill not even make a 1 lace W. R- Chandler, of British olumbis, won the 300 metre race hl I and looks good for the Olympic team lari 'lsn' Two Canadian records were (j broken. Abel Kivial, o! N'cw York, won! the 800 metres by two yards ov- a.nd cr Brook !n a spectacular finish, as job] the. Toronto boy led at the head o! t ihe stretch Kivinfc cut n fraction ol n second ofi the record. Frank Luk- i mnii went lour feet inches in the A standing high jump, adding nearly an inch to the record. sions in combinallo-a plays, that seem- TO PROVIDE AGAINST [BASEBALL IN THE BIG LEAGUES FROSTY SHOW AT Standings loday BASSANO Special Train From Coast to Carry Fight Fans to Fight Scene June great is the interest Inken in the Allcn-Hnyley lioul at the const thai several prmni- business men have Results of Games St. Louis Now York National 13.4 New York (ISO (111 4 111 aoi M Slecle and Wing; and -Meyers. 7-5 Chicaao Chicago ___' 000 :HO 7 13 r> UoBtou 010 f; s I lluelbach and N'eedham: Dickinson and Cllnc. 7-5 Plttsburg business men have cnsaslu a special train to carry passengers (voim. on, ,mn- C, Seattle, Victoria and Vancouver lo 1MMm cibson: Curtis llussano. They nrc charging S7j.OO them scored forwarded natural. Ill Ihe final quarter Cury Hess was knock-, f ed out by Tom Reunle. The little for I lie round Irip, this price to ill- ed consciousness. Lillonde finished ilie honl the expeiisp.s lor [djlhrec days in Calvary alter the bout. Over 100 pcojilc have already decided wan. to take advantage oi this special 7-3 Cincinnati Cincinnati 000 000 7 S Urooklyu Oill :l 7 and .McLean; Hagon and Now York Cincinnati Chicago I'ltl-juurs St. Louis Philadelphia Urooklyn Hoslon SO til 20 11 12 .son .Ma .Ml .038 .105 .112 American Chicago lloElon Philadelphia Detroit Washington Cleveland St. Louis New York Won. Lost Pet. IS 21 211 IS 1! 12 13 M 17 20 21 20 ed Lrfiiouuu the game ns goal keeper. In nil the! train, ami by the dale of Ihe contest, game was freer from roughness than ns many more should he addc.l lo Ihe most games last year. On showing Vnur-ouver Is In no danger of loiill, the cup. working in great combinotlon plays were almost Invincible. Carry Hess, Vancouver's new gonl tender got his Ion bumps in the first game of ihe sea- son, but yesterday he showed great form and it was bunclalre who passed many easy shots on Westminster flags made by his former Vancouver team- mates, l.nlondc and Carter, brought the ;rowd to their feet on several occa- West Pickering Vancouver Position Hess Coal Point cover 1st def. 2nd def. 3rd def. centre 3rd home 2nd home 1st homo outside home inside Westminster Clarke The recent; disappointmenl experi-' enccd by fans in Alberta in connec- tion with Connell showing cold feet mill refusing to so into the rinswith American 3-1 Philadelphia Chicago 010 000 1 Philadelphia 010 101 3 Walsh. Peters and Sul- Jersey Clly llDchesler Buffalo Toronto..... Newark .Montreal Providence Godfrey Miubeson Murray "McGregor Carter McDougall Lalonde. llvau. Coombs and Lapp. 6-3 St. Louis Howard at Edmonton, has inllueiiced St. Louis 200 000 001- a II 4 T ourord the promoters of the naylcy-Allcu Washington 000 110 i, n L J. Gilford i contest to compel the contestants to E. Brown and Krlcliell: Groom Hennie i post sufficient fortcit li> appear in luo and Henry. Heinle develand 003 000 010 0--I 7 0 010 002 001 1- 5 1 Qeol.ge .UId Adams; Wood anil Uun- THE TECUMSEHS Con Jones Received ____h will he present will he. protecl- lV'winte'uiUul clL Tllerc wi" also bc Mm C. Spring l'cputc fresenl-, so that if one oi the. omnker. L Turnbull! signed, boxers should take sick or 5.3 New York G. Spring i an) thins happen to him a substitute Delroil......201 000 331 can he provided on the, spot. It is New York 000 003 (i 10 3 not expected, however, that anything Mullin and Slanagc; Ford and OUTCLASSED BY 9-3 Wallop Over the Head p.- i r Vancouver, B. C., June Irish-Lanadians Display or in hand, con Jonca; the will liappcn, to either ol the. boxers, Sweeney. Mil it is always well to be on the safe side. Bayley is now frainiid ilown to a'uout one pound nnd a half over- weight. Allen lias also taken oK his superfluous flesh and next month will 8 SUNDAY GAMES j 6-3 Chicago Philadelphia. 200 100 3 Chicago 000 312 C S Bender and Thomas; Benz and Sli livau. 8-3 Washington Internat-ioisul 21 21. 20 .1191 .488 .474 .inn .1121) .580 .485 .Ml .417 .400 .394 TRIGGER AND TRAP IMPORTANT MEETING OF GUN CLUB TONIGHT A meeting of Ihe Alberla. Gun club Is called for S o'clock lonlglrt In the Stafford-Agnew Cu.'s store. HushlcEs of Iriiponlnrice'ls to be consldored, and arrangements for the airaual tourna- ment in July made. A lull attendance of all members Is particularly desired and all pros- pective members will be welcomed. UllUIUUS IIUMI allU mulllll 0-J ii ao.i.i.y'-" bolh boxers trained ilovn tn the Washington S 13 0 Calgary... T onn inn r2 3 ueer pink iii condition. Never 141 i" L-ilnilllil UUS L lldC IIL'L'U ilUUil 1IIL Lacrosse Skill Superior -JKIU UUpenui Rennle of The Westminsters.; nt the present time in this bout Canada has there been such interest Hughes and Henry; Nelson and Ku- chell. occasionally snouting 10 nia PUD i George Rennle, of The Westminsters, j nt the present time in this bout lor ball near the llc championship oE Canada. Blairmore Lille Soccer Team in Pass League Event Blairmore, June put one1 aver the football team of Lille Wednesday evening, lu the opening game of the Southern Alberta (Pass) league, tbe score being two goals to one in favor of the Turtle Mountain boys. The game was good throughout and Jiad Cooper, the home team's cen- tre forward been available, things might have been even more favor- able. The Blairmore club has the advantage at the opening stages of J.ts' season, in having the assistance of th'ree good me-n who are here with die government telephone system. They were Win. Russ, left outside for- ward; Tom 'Meeney, rlghi back; and Frank Gertscb, goal keeper. All three men played a good game on .'Wednes- day .night, and were of material as- sistance to the club. Dawson, Ihe Ijlllo goal keeper, made quite a repu- tation and, la A-l in his class. Will- iams, Fisher, and Griffiths were also 5n strong evidence for the Lille side. Tom Roberts, Jack McAndrew, Mood- Ie, Dunlop, Lambeth and Pinkncy. all played well for Blaimore, and barring a few nasty -tripping episodes, and etrange refereeing stunts, the game was .a BiicceBE. Knocked the Ball Game at Macleod Today Through the non-delivery of a reg- istered letter, addressed to Thos. KvttJM president of the Lethbridgo hill club, the game nl Maeleod today has received somewhat of a knock. Tho game wea hilled lor 3 o'clock, but 'It bad to be postponed until this evening'through the Lelhbrldgc club not being acquainted with the time the Bftme was called for. The Leth- brldge club, naturally, were bent on taking tho afternoon train from the atari not having been Informed that the game was to tnke place In tho supposing It to bs called a tho longue Slaclood sent Information to tho Lothbridge club about the time of tho game, but the communication though registered, never went through In.tlnio. The letter WBS registered at JlMleod on the 30th and was received .'hero on the 31st, but was not taken from the post office until lalo this morning. Thos. Evans, the recipient secured II on advice from MHcIeod. Msn.Ker Bays his you'lif Inflel.der, Arthur Shnfer, la Ihe (ulcst mm In baseball. The Cilaut leidor declares that be Is faster even for the evening. In accordance with in Every Toronto, June 1- It took but very tew minutes at Scarborough Beach, today for the Irish-Canadians to show that the Tecumscha had little chance against them. The score of 9 lo 3 in favor of the Montreal team just about indicates the superiority of their play over last year's champions. It looked as though the Irian-Canadians were al ways confident, 'whllp the Indians seemed to be struggling to got working together. The Tecumsehs1 defence hnd a particularly hard time trying to hold the shifty home of the opposing team. They filled to keep the Scotts and Roberts far enough out, and conBeiiuently it meant that when one of them got by he always bad a shot at close quarters. Then the speed of these men helped them to. .regain possession of the ball after losing It. and they usually tried to score several times before the defence finally succeeded In relieving the situation. With the Tecumsoh defence playing this sort of a blocking game, they did not feed the home enough The home played Its own ganis of going in fact, and trying a shot, .nut they did not get enough chances, and the play quickly changed back to the other end of the field. The was as follows: Irish-Canadians Tecumsehs Position Goal Brennnn Kinsman Point Roberts Green Coverpolnt Hocheford Yeaman Defence Neville Graydon Mclllwain McKenzle Aspell nonntree Centre Kane Gordman Home Sunday Hiltse Layden Querrle F. 'Scott Durkln Outside S. Scott Hope Inside Roberta Smith Eddie St. Pierre and manager, and slopped lo swal him over the head with his lacrosse stick. Jones' hat was dented but the blow did not hurt him. The ncidenf brought the crowd to Its feet, J but when the excitement was over, It was regarded as a grim kind of Joke on the parl of ihe Westminster plaver. Vt was Renule alao who put Ileis out of business. He was not pul off by Ihe referee, who though the blow was accidental. on Sweeper 11 Trifle Shorter j; Today London, June This list of probable starters for Uie Derby nexl Wednesday numbers twenty-three, and i with the race an open In character, it r s probable that most of these will go s lo the post. Owners with anything entered, feel they have a chance at least in a year where so' many accidents and reversals of public form 4 lave accompanied the prepaTUtion for the great classic. Today Sweeper Is a little shorter, in. price nl 5 to 2; White Star and Tagalie are unchanged at 7 Oto 1, and S .to 1 respectively. Jaeger and Pintaileau, are 100 to S; Catmint and Jingling Geordle, at 100 to 7; t Javelin 20 to 1, and Koeclusko at 60 to 1. Tagallo is being hacked for a place on the filly's recent running. 1 AND MORAN c IN HARD TRAINING __________ r Clever Boys Will Meet at the Vcrnon 1 Arena on June 8 Los Angeles. June Preparing for j lllB 20- round contest with Jack White at Vcrnon, June S, Owen Jloran today Is In full training awing. The lit- e tie Britisher got down to work at once upon his arrival here, and jndg: Ing from the manner In which he t went through Ills first day's pace, he t Is determined to condltlou himself for t a real baltle. White, also. Is letting no time go e to waste. Yesterday he entertained ec-veral hundred fans at Vcrnon, box-Ing several rounds and doing two hours' gymnasium work. MONTREAL DEFEATED CAPITALS Ottawa, June The Capitals ol 1012 made their local debut al Lniis-clowno Park on Saturday alternooii, and met defeat by a score of 0 to i. Tho score did not represent the piny, however, for the homo team had possession ot the greater liaTl of the time, except In the second quarter when tho visitors look a sudden spurt nnd ran In four goals wllhln a few minutes, thus putting the game on Ice. The Capitals hnd the heeler of the play In the third and fourth stislons, but only succeeded In driving one shot by- Lyon, who carried all klndi of luck wllh him. Th0 Capitols presented many changes from last but once more they showed lack erf condition. St. Thomas, goal; centre; Hall, Hlltlerworlh nnd T. Gorman, home; Harknoss, outside, nnd Enulwood, Inside. Lyon, eoal: Flnlayson, point; Thompson, coverpnlnl; O'-Kanc r T. Neville and-llamllton, defence; Jill- t ler, cenlre; Jarrelf, Rafferly and F. Mognn. home; McDonald, outside, and J. Hogan, liiBldc. AVIATION MEET Morris slates that ho lias every expectation that the aviation meet will bo pulled off on the 13th announced. Ho confidently expects that tho manager will fill the pines viicanl through the fatal accident lo Pnrmlce and fill the conlrncl Johnson Says Flynn Will Last Ten Rounds Trinidad, Colo., .Time fight Las Vegas will not go over 10 stated Jack Johnson when here trri-3 afternoon. "You can -lake that as straight, and it you have any coin, put it on the big smoke." Johnson's train slopped in. .Trini- dld gome fifteen "minutes, and the heavyweight champion was greeted jy a crowd. "Don't forget what 1 said about the ten he called out as he re-entered the train, "for that goes 9-3 Cleveland 01.0 000 I! 3 Boston Cleveland .211 020 0 14 2 Mall and Nunamaker; Snler nnd Castorby. 9-3 Detroit Xew York Oil OtO S 8 1 Delroil. 000 170 9 S 2 Cnldwcll and and Stanage. Sweeney; Summers Fast Swimming but No Records Broken Montrenl, June few compe- titors appeared for the closing events, of the Canadian Olympic swimming trials at the Montreal A. A. A. tank tonlgbt but new records were made In nil events. The times have no fast comparison with the world's hest. j Good way won the 100 yard dmli' backstroke event in 1.21 2-5 and the quarter mile breast stroke in 7.08, both new Canadian marks. M. Ross I was the only entry finish in the metre event Ills time being 28.13, a' new Canadian record. Hodgson did not compote In this event but will do so nt the games at Stockholm as well as In the quarter which he won yesterday. All the en- tries scratched in the diving competi- tion except R. JI. Zimmerann, who tried nt the Olympic games in. 1908 without Giiccesses! iimmerman show- ed great'Improvement and" his score was about 90.65 out oE a possible 100. International Rochester 3, Toronto 2. Jersey City 5, Providence -I. .Tertcy City 13, Providence 6. Buffalo 9, Montreal Buffalo 0, Montreal 4. Nownrk 8, Baltimore Baltimore 3, Newark 2. Association Minneapolis 4, St. Paul Minneapolis 9, St. Paul 4, Minneapolis 13, St. Paul 2. Columbus 5, Louisville 2. Milwaukee 11, Kansas City 5. Kantas City S, Milwaukee 4. Toledo 4, Indianapolis 3. Toledo'2, Indianapolis 1. Columbus 3, Louisville 2. Central International Dululli 10, Winnipeg 3. Dllluth 9, Winnipeg S. r.rr.url Forks 12, Superior 10. Canadian London 4, St. Thomas 2. Brantford 4, Guelph 0. Peterboro 3, Ottawa 2. Hamilton 7, Berlin 3. BULLETINS S. O. E. PLAYERS FOR GAME TOMORROW NIGHT The following will represent tho S. O. E In Ihclr league game with Cullies on Tuesday, Ihe 4th. Hoi- berton, Wlllcts, Grlcr, Freeman, Lee, Parker, Ashman, Farrls, Ciurr, Firth ind Hestwlck. Players arc rcnucsted lo bo on hand nt G.30 sharp. The public arc particularly i iuesl- ed to nole that no one will be nllow- ed on flic field of piny. CALLIES' UINE-UP FOR GAME TOMORROW NIGHT The Cullies' line-up for tomorrow ilght'M city football league game nt li" ball park, commencing at 6.4C bairn, point; Goodwin, Prlaili, ns arranged.....------- will be Bid? will be as follows: Mclnlyre, goal; Hnnncrmiin and EniHon backu; Hrcnnan, white (cr.pt.) and Mcllvonna, half bocks; Knight, Tennanl, (llonn, Llnnlng, McMnrtrlo, orwurds. Reserves, Oliver, Ness, An- derson. McMillan. Referee, J. Dnvlea. Klcli-off; Northwestern Victoria 7, Portland 1. Tacoma 5, Vancouver -1. Spokane 3, Seattle 1. The Elite Cigar Store Adjoining Morris Theatre Have just received a Ur0a consignment of. Prince Albert, Smoking Tobacco WESTERN CAN. LEAGUE Bassano Edmonton The Standing 14 12 11 9 .110 .403 BASSANO AND Bassano June and lied Deer broke even In their double head- er played here on Saturday, the locals tailing ihe afternoon contest 12 .to n and the visitors the evening alfair. Ill to 7 Hayes added another win to uis almost perfect record In the after- noon, pitching a good game at all Gelvin was wild for the Boomers in the evening and was pounded oui ot the box in the second inning, the visi- tors scoring seven runs off his deliv- ery by the end of lhat round. Bliss was chased 'from Ihe field by Umps Wheeler in the second inniug for dis- puting his decisions. The following are tne scurud: FIi-Bl Red Deer 002 004 0 n BnsanO 020 033 15 1 Batteries: Dunn and Spencer; Hay- es and Stark. Second Red Deer 2.11 200 S 2 Bassano 205 000 11 3 Balterievs: Dlckerson and Bliss and Spencer; Gelvin, O'Neil and Stark. SPLIT EVEN AT CALGARY SATURDAY Calgnry, .lime. copped Saturday afternoon's game bere by 9 lo o. Edmonton Jumped to the front with ii runs in ibe first inning and continued to pile up. The evening game Calgary came back and won 3 0 fn an exhibition replete with senEations OARING BANDITS DID THIS NERVY STUNT Vancouver, C., June The rob- bery of the Cordova street gambling house on Friday night was carried out by coolheaded bandits who have lone experience In the stick-up game, is the opinion .of the police after mak- ing, full investigation of the affair. There were four In the hold-up party that cleaned up close on a thousand dollars From a dozen Inmates of No. Cordova street, where they were playing utud poker. The business leader of the gang IB a little man, middle aged and with a smoolh shav- en face, who not many years ago was the terror In the mining campa of Utah and Nevada. If was he, un- masked, who lined up 4he vlctinis against tile wall and frisked 'them for their cash. THE COMPLETE SUPPLY HOUSE Metal Windows Accepted by Hie International Board ot 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.1, Ltd. 'hone 1044 312.4th Street, South. MARKETS LETHBRIDGE MARKETS A further decline In llio price of Ri-aln on Ihe lociil niiirkoi IB notice- able loduy. Otherwise Ilicro IB no chniiKC In limitations on other com- modities. A fuw new lire sellliiK (odliy III lilbs. for 2ii cents, green voBotnulefi sllll remain flnu in price. No. I Norlhol'u fO.Sli No. '2 Norlheru No. iNorlliLM-n No. -I No 5 11.50 No. fi 0.3S No. I Aluortn lied 0.77 No. 'I Alberta lied 11.76 No. 8 Alburlii lied I'.TH No. .-I Albcrlll Heil O.li-1 No. fi Allicrla lied No. 0 Albi-mi Hell 0.3S Hurley. No. 0.40 Barley, No. -I Vegetables: Pllnlces, per 1.45 lo 2.00 28.00 to 35.00 0.214 Fclntocs, per ion Boots, per Ib CjiTrotu. Ib. Turnips, per Ib 0.1 X Cnbtase. per 111 Parsnips, ucr pound Onions, per pound O.DV4 Butler and Eggs: Dnlry butler to 0.35 Creamery butler 0.40 lo 0.15 Eggs, fresh O-30 Bran, per ton 21.00 Shorts, per ton Oats, per ton, sacked 2S.OO Rolleil oals 2n-00 Csitls on the Hoof: SleerB, per pound Cows, per pound -v Cows, dressed, per pound i'.U Steers, dressed, per pound 1.13 Sheep: Live, per cwt li-00 Drcsfied, por cwt, 11.00 Poultry: Geese. live Turkeys Clilcln-'UB 0.1E Fowl 0.12 Ducks Hogs: Urcssed: per Ib. 0.12 Live, per cwt 0.08 AMERICAN WHEAT MARKETS Minneapolis, Minn., June wheat market opened and closed lo- day as follows: Open September........ 105% December 10i> Chicago Wheat Open July............ tlO'.i September........ 108'i December........ 106 Close 105 S 106 Close llOli 10S 106 NO WHEAT MARKET TODAY 'Winnipeg, Man., -Tune Win- nipeg wheat market 'was cloaed today, on account of the Kins1" Birthday, but there was a little doing on tlK> curb. The Slock Exchange was clos- ed. LIVERPOOL LIVESTOCK MARKET Liverpool, June Rogers t Co. cable that lllere wore again no cal- lie for sale at the BiTlienhead mar- ket, but may nominally lie Eiven as unchanged at Saturday's prices, viz., Stales and V Canadian sleers, 15% lo Ifili cents per pound. BIG WEEK AT KIEL London, June week will this year have a powerful German riv- al, for the Kiel week gives promise of being a very brilliant affair. In yachting circles Interest in these two fixtures is particularly keen, and a largo line has been chartered to con- vey tho numerous enthusiasts who purpose to visit the Baltic port. .The KaiBer'B yacht will compete, and sev- eral crack yachts will endeavor to uphold England's honor In the su- preme sport of the season. NEW YORK TO HAVE 500 MILES SUBWAY New York, June summary of proposed subway constructions in New York city, prepared by city ollii- iais, allows Hint If the plun ndoplcd by Hie board of estimates IB car- ried out to lla full extent, New York will within live years have a subway and elevated system practically liv hundred miles in length. The cost of lire proposed new roads Is given ax TERRIFIC CONFLAGRATION Constantinople, June today devastated a great OTQM of siamlranl. In the vicinity of Akhlr Kapusi (The Slahlc Stamboul is the Mo- hammedan part of Ihe Turkish capital, ami covers the whoii' area enclosed by Iho Thcodos- Elan walls of the clly. It con lnliiB the Borngftllo, the pl'li'- clpal niosqucn, Ihe mausoleum? of the Sultans, the bnllis, tin' public offlc-M oT :llic'Rovcni- menl, and existing remains nf nlir.lent Constantinople. Alibi: Kapsul lends -In ihe form'1 slip, of Ihe Silllnn's stables. ;