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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETimiUDQIE DAILY .IISRALD ALL THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOST EVENTS CORKING GOOD FOOTBALL TILT AT PARK LAST NIGHT S. O. E. and Callies Play Another Tie Befoie Crowe of Four Hundred-Warm Contest From Start to Score 1-1 DARK HORSE WINS THE The ice remains unbroken. Befoi i crowd of over 400 enthusiasts at Ui ball park last night the Callies the, Sons of England locked horns i (fame which resulted in a score o one all and "which, moreover, spin tillated with some very good footbal The Scots won the toss and slectei to kick towards the south goal vitl the.wind In their favor. The crowc bvtfime interested right away Intyrc "was called upon to extend him after a brief but spirited attack on-hie charge and narrowly came to grief by dallying too long with the bail. Later, however, he redeemed himself -with an effective. of a teas IBS shot. Play up to this point was well divided between the two but eventually the fun started in'; earnest anil Freeman -was called upon.in rapid succession to clear his goal. A moment later the goa aaved what appeared to be. a-sure thing and the crowd voiced its ap- proval In no uncertain. manner. The play .for 4ae last -tew minntes was de- cidedly in faver of the Calltes who, however, could not pierce the defence oMTrMinan and Co. So far some ex- cellent shooting waa done by both teams. After some exchanges 'Free- man again, with the assistance of iis hackf, came through a trying seige Both teams.wsre now getting m armed up and Easton clashed up and .'relieved the tension and before the crowd had time to breath easily; Freeman once more distinguished himself and beat the Cailies off.: Try ns they would the redoubtable Scots could hot peiie- defence of the Sons; and the. spectators kept urging their pets oh but all to xio purpose. The Scots were admittedly having the best of hut' their efforts. proved fruitles against the bulldog tenacity of English defence. Thomsons were play a valiant game, but Bannerman and Co. looked after to the King's taste. What's Shades of Bannockbura, Holberton and Ban nermnn actually became Incehied at one another and prepared to do the a la Johnson-Jeffries stunt, but .wiser counsels prevailed and .the game pro- ceeded with, the whistle announcing time period withJBn aeorev Strenuous Closing Period On.resuming the Sons -became act- ive bnf. could not penetrate, the wall- midfleld but. tfca pressure was great, and "-the ball, went .past. lik-3 defence -of Scots. Matters how began: to liven up some'what, and back, came the Callies only to be re- I tulsed again and again by the stout I' defence of the Sons, who Resumed tho .aggressive. This tickled the crowd who sent no a roar as a rasp- ing shot sped towards the Scots goal only to fly -past the danger mark. sMcMurue and Linning, who had been plaj ing cleverly, raced up the field, and fooled their oppo- nents, but .still could not make hole in the- Sons' defence, The line of the Englishmen now away towards the Callfes' easing up tho Callies after Freeman, who saved a sure, score, and tho English element in tho stands heaved -A sigh of, relief. It was only too plain that the- Sous intended get ting even 'with their rivals and before one-had time .to look around Parker beat llclntyre with a screaming shot which the 'goalkeeper coyld not see The. crowd .roared and pandemonium broke looie; This infused added gin: ger'into both teams and the boys of tho old brigade: and the Scots pep- pered awajv. It was war to-the knife now and Linning gained possession in j too The ijht that failed was now in evidence mt both teams kept persistently at t.-with the; crowd attending to the cheering, in. great shape. Relief came a few "with the call of final, score standing Sons Callies 1 goal. A-Fine Game It sure was a corking good game, lloiring for" certain weaknesses on oth spectators went with the .knowledge that they lad obtained value for their money. The. Team The following are the respective line-ups Ofclntyre; Ban- neruian and Easton: half backs. Bren- nan, Whyte and 'Knight, Glen, Linning and ilcMurtrie. Sons, of- Freeman, backs, Farrls; and Firth; half backs, WUietts, Frier and Lee, forwards, FalArother, Ashman, Parker, Hoi- Iberton and BestwicJc. Jack .Davis, made an impartial and capable referee while R. Tennant and Jack Enuett acted respectn elj as linesmen for the Callies and the Sons I Raphael's Tagalie Cam in Several Lengths in the Lead HUNDRED TO EIGH1 iaeger Second, Tracer> Third-Favorite was Seventh Epsom Downs, England, June Derby stakes of .650' sovereigns for three-year-bid colts and flllles, about one mile and a half, was won today by W. Raphael's grey fillj Tagalie, by Cyllenes' Tagaio, who started nt 100 to S. L. Newmann's Jaeger, by Eager Mesgne, S to 1, was second, and August Belmont's -Tracery by Rocksand, 66 to S, was third. The field numbered twenty-two, and also rans included Sweeper II, who started at 2 to 1, Catmint and Mordred, at 100 10 7; White Star at 10 to 1, ami Lephe, Chili II, October, Bryn Jlawyr, Cylba, Hall Cross, .Javelin, Jingling Geordle, Kosciuske, Lorrenzo, Orches- trion, Royal Mall and Wiseman. Two furlongs from home Tagalie went to the won in a canter by four lengths Two lengths separ ated, second; and third. Tagalie was unknown, until starting at-20 to 1 she one the one thousand guineas with the exception of Smgnorinetta H 190S, a fillj has not won the- Derby since Shotoyer, 1S92. Tagalie, who is trained bv'Daw- son Waugli, is an odds favorite for the Oakes to be run on Friday... She Is i also engaged in the St. Leger. Downpour A heavy downpour of rain Interfered with the pleasure of those, who were at Epsom for the Derby toda> Hou The public's choice for 40 years, and still without a rival. Wednesday, June BASEBALL IN THE BIG LEAGUES Standings Today Results of Games National lingoli -I 13 Sold bjr all first- class dealers, cafes and dubs. FULL TURN-OUT OF CRICKETERS TONIGHT The cricketers of Lethbridge hopo to gel 01 gaim ed tonight. All .who attended the last meeting are urgently requested to he on hand to- night, and a hearty Invitation is extended to all others to be at the offices of the Leth- bridge Real Estate market at S o'clock. The committee will have interesting information to impart. fl 6' 14-9 New York St Louis 1101) 100 1M lo'lr 10! 10) 14 1! Willis, Woodburn, Cleyor nnd win jo; Ames, Wlttso aiul-Myei'B and 1-larl ley. 2-0 Cincinnati Cincinnati 020 000 J 9 i Brooklyn 000 000 0 5 Humphries uud .McLean 'Ylngliu nnd Alliler. 17-4 Philadelphia Pittsbnrg 010 100 002 Philadelphia 103 O-IC 17 in O'Toolo, Colo and Kelly; Brenuan uud Dooln. 2-1 Chicago Boston 001 000 ISO Chicago 100 000 i 4 0 Tyler and Kling- Clienoy and Need- ham aJid Archer. American 14-1 Detroit New York 010 000 1 s 4 Detroit......100 1-14 14 i Fisher, Shears and Sweeney; Works and Slanage. St. Louis 3-2 Washington 100 100 2 Washington 101 001 3 National Now York Cincinnati Chicago' PlttslHirg Philadelphia. St. Louis Uostou U I'ct. MARKETS LETHBRIDGE MARKtETS American- Chicago Boston letrolt 'hiladelphia Vashlugton Cleveland s'eiv York 31 Louis W. 30 EG 23 10 22 20 13 12 Pot .083 (ill .512 .2SC International w tocheater 30 ersey City j) ulfalo .iji pronto jy altimore .37 ewark..... .18 ioiitreal j, rovldence 13 Pet. .SH .615 .594 .472 .472 313 .371 Pi Ices on the local Krate market iliowr an mhiinco on eaten) uyg (juo tatlons, thin to oxpcct. od lalnfull, however, onlj par uuteilallzed Time1 Jie no chaiifcen In tho pi Ices of fflj'ats and vegetables Washington gtolsu logo lables such ns now beols jdung lui ulps, new potitocs, paisley Jind iTt. UKO (oiiititttie to fetch KoodJ prhes, wnlch, how 0101, will take n vns sent back to he minors by plark GriflUh for more seasoning. -Shortstop has been'the neak spot on the team for man} years and .now that the hole plug- red up Manager Hank O'Day, says (is team will come pretty near to capturing the Hag. There be a Qun Club shoot flight, as usual. has lately select new officeis Owing to pressing business F H Ajuew and J w Sta ford, president and secretary of organisation, have both been compe eu to at a special ineetin held oa Monday eienlug, Vic Gl! was elected to the presidency, and O SticKley as sacietary treasurer The club is making piepaiations f( a be held hei on lulv 5, v, hen the Alberta chai pionship, noft held bj T Livingato will be shot off" Tho Brewery troph now held by Mr. iSfcLaren, of Calgar will aiso ba up for competition, an the trap artists from all parts of th province are expected to be on hand RALLIES WERE OUT IN THEIR NEW SWEATER 'he Gift of MJdeod Bros., the Loca Clothing Store. At.the. City League footbal] ma-tch ast..evening; the Callies looked spl nd Qpaii in.their new Alaroon jerseys .them by Macleod Eros. iie iveU-known': local clothiers. Tht. cotchmen felt quite proud of them ehes ml tho spectators wore hlghlv leased .with the natty appearance of the team It was a thoughtful action on Mucl.eod Bros, part to make 3uch a useful presentation 1 THE COMPLETE SUPPLY HOUSE Metal Windows Accepted by the International Board of Underwriters x CALL AND SEE SAMPLE WINDOW IN OUR DISPLAY ROOM: SIMPLE IN CONSTRUCTION AND THE VALUE OF EACH.PIECE Of METAL TAKEN ADVANTAGE OF WINDOW. The Western Supply Equipment Co., Ltd. 1044 4th Street, South WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN- MARKETS June wheat markets opened and closed today as follows Open Close July ......10o% October 'IS _ rul) 4bS4 4h 1 Feed, Mai ni, Flax- May 188 1S8 Cllh No. 1 Northern 301% No. 2 Northern 101 No. 3-Northern No 4...... No. 5 72'i No. fi 62 Feed- 5854 Vo. 2 C. W. Vo 3 C W 41J4 No. 1 Feed 4 j ys 1 Feed 4314 reed 40% 'eed- 53 Mlnneipolls Wheat Open Close uly 112% iaptember 106% J05 Jecembe-r 105 5s Chicago Wheat Open Close. 110% uly eptember lecember 105% X-FINANCE MINISTER HEADS TRUST COMPANY A London cable to the Montreal ar sajs Hon W S. Fielding Is lairman of the .Scottiih Jlnd Dbmin- n Trust, with a capital .of which ten-dollar' iharen are elng offered to the. public at par Canadian are warn. B. B. Oreenshleldi, C. B. Gor- m and O.'H. Smlthen. The British rectors are prominent main.of Olaa. in, Edinburgh- and Aberdeen. NO USE FOR HIS -WIFE Samuel Blythe was sentencad at Nl- ngara Falls to three jean for'settlng fire to the house in which wife was living. KILLED IN''SAWMILL Fred Haynes, agod 21, kIBM bj- a hiiratlng snw in Calder'i nilll, at Ilolstelu, Ont ;