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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta jjPige.6 ALL THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOST EVENTS THE LETIIBRTDGli; HISHALI) Montreal Will be the Mecca for Canada's Star Athletes m Olympic Finals Saturday Cream of the Dominion's Track and Field Will Compete fo Honor of Representing Land of Maple Leaf at the Great World's Athletic Meet at Stockholm This Summer PLAYBALL Lethbridge and Taber do Battle Here Tomorrow Evening Jrae prepara- tions are being mnrft tor the holding of.flic Olympic Uials 011 the M.A.A. A.' grounds Salurdar, and much w is being done to have the track and lield iu good condition. .The full list ot entries was issued today and showed remarkably fine liclds in nearly all events. In llic iTB.ck events Ontario and the west very strongly represented, while liii ttic fitld events Ontirlo It also likely to be strong- The western en- tries Tor field events are not very numerous. No athletes from theMnri- itime Provinces are entered. -Quebec, as is.natural, has many it ires. In the hundred and two hun- dred metre will be ne- reaiiry, n-lrilc in .the other track if'aU entered start: it-will fcnetn.a crbwdad tract. ,It is probable, however, that many. 01 Uie competitors entered in several first heat of (he IOC metres events will content themselves with.British Columbia; I'arney, Alberta one or two. -.Some .sprinters Arc fil- tered ID all three sprints, and several of thorn" if they.succeed in the finals ol ilisUnccs, will ..probably drop tho 500 metre from their pro- gram; -The, .-western athletes .ire already iu Montreal, and nratiy of them to- day worked out at the M.A.A.A. grounds, Howard the'sprinter, was Stewart, Saskatchewan Manitoba, and Lukcmau, Quebec, to run, while the second heat bring together McCouncll, nrilisli hia Kerr, mid Platt Evraire, of Quebec. Kvraire is ill only man not kuown..widely already Ueasler. Howard, Funicy and Stew th On art will run iu the first beat of 200 metres with Kollinsbee, of carefully 'watched by a number of j tario, and L'vraire, while the sccom local, athletes present and the takes in McCormell, Kerr, Luk 1 opinion was-tint his recent vie- lories were no. flukes. In the stnndinjf broad jump only, Miranda, arid are entered, while in the standing high jumu Bainloii, who is- ere-. dited--wfth as new record, Barber, Cariiegie, a local man, are the only In man, Roughton of Quebec, ;and Main mond ot Saskatchewan, who inadc remarkable time in his provincial trials.. The pole vault will be a spectacu- Cricket Will Flourish ftere as it Never Flourished Before Organization MeetingJfyfa and Officers Elected Last Night-Grounds Secured To the ball player the sound revival of the 'game here, umpire's voice calling "natter "up" is" There indication -to: believe to .-the football Jar. Bill Halpcnny, the local man, who. holds the American iodoor record, and "Archibald and Cameron, of Ontario, in the field- Bricker, of Ontario, anci Halpciiny.and Luknian, the local men arc entered in the running-, broad juiup. Tho .1500 metre event ivill see Beckett-the Manitoba'man, Knox and Tailor.of Toronto, Herbert, Lukmai Co a is tin (I Hay ot, Montreal, .'logeth- er. Coats and. Tailor are entered iu 5000. metre against Tesicr, oi On- Di'CLiLeau .oi.Albcrla, and Kecp- r. tlic'Manitoba; Indian. ID .the metres..arc phaiidlcr, Dccoteau, Alberta, .Tressider, the local runner, Hepburn oC-'Xl- I 'The -100 metre .-has twelve entries, tliafcj cricket, will" receive an Impetus" that, will: .pu> it on a higtier plane and secure it V greater and more en- soul slirririg music, the sign 01 the big net at the >iMfr -posts und the broad, caoipus like the seas to the sailor. Ask lacrosse player, or the rugby 'player what.game is the best and he SBV, "there's no tiling to his. !V" ,M'V Estate Market last night and gMiic is the only gapie. As it is not EH HI rising to hear .Prince Ranjitsin- thusiasfcic following, than heretofore tia this city. The .-meeting was held at the'.office-of the Lethbridgc Real was .British -Jlansfile.' ci.JpA.A_ runnl- R [ol' to TnrsjlJ. man Folljnsbcei Knox, Tressider, Herbert, Palattc, Roughton and Siinson ami two province qE entries who may prove dark horses. .-For the 800 metre race Rouillard, a locnl man, BASEBALL IN THE BIG LEAGUES Tomorrow evening at G.15 HIP btisc ball fans of tlic city will.have an op jiorLunily ot sceine, Hie fast TAUL Ijaseball squad in Action Hi local nine. Taber has defeated Pinch ec Crept and edged it over Lctlibridg on HID occasion o( llit'ir last incetin; by a-single-run and have c-lcan record in the league percentapi olnnin with two wins and a drau iiitl no losses. Lctlibriilge feels con fident of punching a hole in Taber's econl lomori'oiv evening. The teams ire well the grounds, ;ooil shape now and a high class rajiie should he pulled ofl. Wolgast Will Be in Shape for Rivers July 4th Los June be in tbe ring on July 4 'to fight is own battle with Joe Rivers, said lanager Tom McCarty.-oi the Corona when asked for the truLhfulness a report, that Aue Altell 'was to bo ubstltuted .for Wolgast. The rumor aid that Wolgast was In no condlticn runiors Played Fast BaseballMatch 7 to 6 A closely contested 7-innings game -etween Henderson's nliio and a presided .prer hy Frank Pott, who Beckett. Tait, FoHinsbec, 'Knox. Tres- j .North End team took place on. SL was subsequently elected captain ot sidpr Rmrt Tbe liter, exclaim that cricket is the king reore was 7 to G In favor of the Kortl- v i.-- barracks ground .will be used ior Results of Games Niillonal 4-3 Brooklyn Chicago 200 000 s Urooklyji ..010 001 i) liculhacu and Needlmm; 'itucke anil -Miller. 7-5 Plltsburg UoBton Hit) 001 5 .11 2 2211 OO'J 7. tl C Hrou-n and ilnvldun: GiuniiUx and Gibson. 8.5 St. Louis St. Louis .200 020 8 13 2 Philadelphia, 10! D s nnd Wlngo; Seatoii, Sliultz, Curllo, Wallace and Doolu and Crn- Linm. 22-10 Now Yoi'k Clncinnnti. 020 200 10 12 .1 Now York 451 000 20 S Proniino, Keefo. Fletcher and -Mc- Lean and Clnrli; Cnindall and Jloyors and IJiv.-tley. Standings Today Aincriejin 8-4 Washington Chicaeo.....no on -i n 3 Washington COS 131 8 10 0 tleiiz, JMogriclt'e, Paters, Willie and Kuhn; Hushes and Honry. 8-6 Detroit Boston -110 (i .....110 OOC S 12 Hall, Wood and Wlllet and Stallage. 7-0 Cleveland Cleveland 301 300 1- 9 0 New York .000 BOO 0 G 5 Knliler and Easterly; Quinn, Thomp son ;md Siveeuey. '13-1 St. Louis St. Louis 072 031 2 'hiladelnhiii 001 090 .150 .-Mitchell and Krichell; Coombs, Brown, IMartin, Pennock and Lapp. National Kow York Clniilnniitl ChlCHKo iMttsbiii'B St.rLouln Urooklyn lloaton w. at I'et .SUJ ..-i9.l .0011 .467 ,.J'I4 .342 ,.302 MARKETS LETHBRIDGE MARKETS American Chlcacb Beaton I'hlla.dcilplila U.etfolt WiiBlilnglon Dlevolnnd Now York W. L. 28' 1C 20 1C 23' 19 22 21 15 21 111 'K, St., Louis 35 I'cl. '.CIO 1.550 .fl-tti .512 .-170 .3.12 .317 WESTERN CAN. LEAGUE THE STANDING W. ted Door.............. 15 UaesRno 12 Idmontoil 10 BA5SANO J'ct. .COO .538 .444 Tntci'iiatioiui.1 Xe'n-nrk 12, Jersey City T. .Baltimore ;i. Providence 1. Toronto 3, Buf.'alo I1. Gaiindiiiii Ottawa S, Hamilton 3. 'St.'Thomas fi. London 5. Peterboro 9, (3uelph :i. Berlin "3, Brantfprd 4.. 'Central international Grand Forks 5, Duluth 6, .Suuerior, 1. of sports, anil iiis sdntimeP-ts' echoed lierc. Lethbridge has a cricket' follow- ing who thijik as much oi their name as.any baseball or football player liere thinks of. his chosen jsport. Last niglit tliey completed their. orsaniza- Hioii'aad formed plans (or playing cricket which augers exceedingly well ivhile Arthur P. I.oiv will act MAT MUCH SURPRISED Young Brown Handed Beautiful Wallop New Tprk, Juw Matt Wells, the Hntllih Uihtwelfht obiTpplon, anil liimdradi ol iMclsters were surpris- ed in Brookljn. tonljht, 'when Young Bravo, ui But Side Jmockid the Rngllshmtn oft' Lls reet in tbe ffnt round ol u, ten-round bout with i clean Jeft to the Walla was up iii a couple of Beconda, and although he hid the better of the flfht ai A whole, he [oimd .Young 'Brown atroni and clev- Wells jot in blows to Brown'i one throufhout the .fight.- The youngiter itood up s'me- ]y, however, and alter taking -the woriit of It In tho Mcond and lerenth roundB, he landed a left to lieh champ's uoie brought the blood. Welli wai. cautioned. for using his hand and hittlnj In the break-. nway. He was itronger at the finish, ivlth letls to the (ace and body, and light hooks to his opponent's head. Veils welBhert HOV4 pounds, ar.d .lifowll 1S7. es. will'be'plave'd on a pitch to inadc on the C-P.R. ground just the other siJe of street over- head .bridge, permission .having teen obtained frpm the company's local Taylor, Jobn local Messrs. .Wilson i, Skelth. Dan-soli. to fii the entrance fee lor the" season ;'at J3 was confirmed andvahput.fifteen rneh paid up their night; Equipment will nc ordered at pncc'-and jntcnillng mem- bers need fear that' every- thing-necessarr: will be provided for thtir. use.' .v. The secretary-ireasurcr ivas in- structed to.-.wriie to sectetaries of out-of-town bluhsjand arranp; .Jites lor matches. following are bc An imposing array of timers '.will handle the-watches, these being E. Herb Drown, Prof. McLeod, Riiblinstein, Tom Yates, [Foster; J. Davidson and Halph the officers "of: the "club for the season of v" 'Honorary Hatch, T.; v Gibson: Official WadrtinRton. General PotL, Carr, Harris, Todd, Holt, Butler and Clarke. End. Henderson's Bounell, MoKain. Sank, Sloan and Livingston.- North Singer, ,J.. Gil- lies, Turcott, Duns'worth, V. 'Gilliejj P. T. Watson and Talrest. Batteries: and :and J. Gillies. CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES FOR BREWERY BASEBALL TROPHY To be Played, at End of Season by Division Leaders When the Southern Tait, the president in. the south, has applied for recognition, by the northern and there .will not likely bir any disagreement, so that the winners of the respective di- visions play ofT-for the Hreivcry trophy at-the end pi .the-season. This is. good news to the north d.lvision, League was formed here, this which will make ijrisRball. in .this parL luding J.cthhridge, Maclcod, Pincber Creek and -Tabcr, it was nn- of the country a bigger and better sport. The championship series for dcrstood that il the southern towns nnig .will erealn a wiiic-spTcad. formed a league they would havu the jteresl. privilege of playing off with the towns I ihe lirewery Every [qllover. and lover ot the invited .to join tire club and so help. to sustain cricket as one pi land is known as the. southern rtivi- .cthhrldgc's sporting uistitutioDs. laion of the Southern Alberta now helil by Taher. The towns in the soulh have formed a league now The Elite Cigar Store Adjoining Morris Theatre Hive juet reetlvad a large ef Prince Albert Smoking Tobacco Umpire Jailed, Ball Player Fainted and Fans Get Into Fisticuff Melee OklA., June [1st figbU7 the ejectment from grouuau and, Uie Jailing of .the umpire, and the fainting of a bill pliyer, served as a to yesterday's game between TujeaVand Otmulme, of the OklK- leaajue.- Umplrs MoXee, after some one had questioned his sobriety, engaged suc- .cesilvely. Inr-rlstlcu'ffs wllh owner Beckley, ot. tile Tulsa club; iMinnecr Garner, of.'thji. Okmulgee leam; two Okmulgee .fane, and again after the gAne hAd begun, with Volunteers act- ing as umpires, with Alanlger Bryce, of the Tiilsa dub. This fray was at Its helghl, when Short Stop niack, of- Okmulgee out of the glttlng in the grand iland, fell In a fnint; Four policemen re- stored order, and removed the um- pire. Tulsa won the game, i to 1. KILBANE SHOWED' SUPERIORITY IN THE CLOSING PIOUNO Temmy O'Toole Knocked Down In Philadelphia, Pa., Juno Kllbane, of Cleveland, and Tommy O'Toole, of this city, fought sli rounds before the C., to- night. Not half a dozen hard blows were struck until ;lbc closing round, Kllbane put ihe local boy down for the count of. nine.''Kllbane was the'winner. tup the n. Nicholson, north- ern division, in respect to the south, Lhal they may he ofRcially recogniz- ed. Nortjiwesteru Portland 5, Vanccuver 4. SpoKane Yictoriii T. Tncoma 7, Seattle li. Jllnneapolls Louisville 1. Minneapolis -I, Louisville tl. St. Paul 12, Columbus -I. Cclumbug 9, St. Paul 7. Toledo 10, Mlhvaukee 2. Tnuiaiiapolis-y, Kansas 7 Edmonton Pitcher Went up In the Air In .the Second blow up of llclnrlch .in the second was responsi- ble-for Ihe big lead thait Unssnno got on Edmonton In ioniglii's eanie. Clny- tou- replaced lilm and pitched good the locals could do but little. Hayes; Baesiiuo's premier beav- er, iviio' held .them down (o six scat- tered hits. Score1. j 000 310 -I G 5 Dassano 030 220 12. 1 llelnrich, ;CIayton VV-ajiiii Hayes ;aiid Stark. There .uro no variations lo record toddy In tho prlcca quoted yesterday on llifc. local niui'kot. WualilnBton KooaeborrlcH luivo 'arq he- iMKsold at 25 cents 'por pliil box. Urccn veeetnblea ijro bocoinliig niiil.ooiillinio lo sell freoly" with'ho rurthui-chiinyo In prlco. No. 1 Northern No. 2 Northern..........'. No. 3 NcTlheni.......... 0178 NeM o.lii; Nq.'S o.Bl NO.: Q No. 1 Alhorla lied 0.7H No. J Alborln Hod 0.77 No. 3 Albcrtii lied...... 0.7H No. -I Alborln lied......... O.llli No. 5 Aluorln lied........ 0.61 No. C Alberln lied........ 0.40', Vcgetablei: Potaloes, per cwt......- 1.45 to 2.00 Potatoes, per ion 2S.OO to 35.00 Doels, uer Ib. I.........'....... '.Sarrots, per 0.214 Turrilpa. per Ib. .'....___.... 0.1K Cnbbage; per Ib........... O.lii! ParanlpB, per pound Onions, per pound O.BH THURSDAY'S GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg, June wheat markets today were -as Tol- IOWB: Open Ulnae 'October.........: 'IS' -15 45 1S.V. No. 1 Feed, July MK Flax- July RED DEER WON This Third Lose for the. Bronchos Week June Dperfi with Dickenson. In the'box, batted' tliu i' il- 5ary pitchers Imrd Ins't nlglit, [be long end of the gume by of 9 (o.4.. -Barnstead was easy I'dr the Red Deei'-cloutera and llley safe swats off his delivery.. This the tlu.-d win for the Doers lils. them becureiy in the lead! The ecors by irinkiijs: 'D.'II. E. Red Deer 021 .102 13 .1 Calgary... 010 100 -I 5 TRIGGER AND TRAP Westminsters and St. Cyprian's To Play Match The following players will repre- sent Cyprian's, in the game wljh .Westminster on Friday evening, on the Westminster ground, north of. the track: Ferry, -Holbbrion, Ifc.Mil- lau, Is'oakes Turner, Jay- cock, Crahmer, Dalzell A. N. Other. ..Reserves: F. Wilson, Palm- Hines. Kick-of[ at 6.4o. Any player unable to play, please notify the secretary, ,H. be- fore; Friday noon. The Westminster team Hue-up will be: Saxon, goal; Worthlnglon and Ness, backs; Clayton, Cowan and Dimsworth half-backa; Mclllvenn, McWblhnie, Hern, SImm. and JIcFarlune, forwards. Phenomenaljumper Startles Athletic World New York, Juno Ilorlne, the sensational high .Jumper from plhe Pacific Coast, who recently hung1 up a. world's record ot C feet 7 Inches, battered mark In practice yester- day -at .Trayers Island, where he Is the giicat pf'lhc Ne'w York A.C., leap- ing the remarkable height of-six feel olght nnd Inches. Ills great leap, will nol. so do'wn on the records, though It was accurately mcafliired with a tape by Simon P. Gllllea and. C. O. the form- er Yale athletes, as 11 was fn ft contest. It was, nevertheless, the greatest unaided leap for'height a human being cwr made. SUNOAY SCHOOL LEAGUE FOOTBALL GAMES TONIGHT 'The intermediate football schedule of the Sunday. School League will open tonight. The-Kaox team will ulay W.eeley on _Pollce Barracks, grounda. St. Augustln'hoys will go against the fa'Jt1 St. -Cyprian team on Flectwood school grounds. Gamea will begin K. D. JOHNSON WAS HIGH LAST NIGHT A reculnr .shoot was held at the Gup Club ground-3 last evening at A good abootera was prnscnt and good, scores..were made. I Jolt'nsDri'belng higli gun- nson, K: U. Stafford, A. D. .V... Livingstone, U..... Livingstone, .Ta's. C. S. Smith, C. B. Stickler, K. 0...... McKinno'n, '23 i3 IS 21 18 ,13 ,14 15 n. 200 200 Cash Prices. No. 1 Northern No. 2 No. 3 Northern No. No. 72% -No. G........-.-.............52 Feed..................' 50 bats- No. 2 C. W. J-l No. 3 C. W............... 12 Ex. .No. 1 Feed wy, No. i Foed........' No. 2 Feed No. 1-N. W. 201 Rejected...... -1S2 Minneapolis.'Wheat- Open Close July........'.'. 113 September........ 105% .10514 rjecember.......... Chjcaao Wheat July.............lOOtt 10SVB September ....'....'.105% December.. 105% TABER NINE TOOK CLOSE FALL OUT JOF IRON SPRINGS Lord Derby's Horse Won Coronation June Corona- tion welfiht-for-age, Tor and up, rim over tire mile an'd'a. lialt of the Derby course, was won ..today, by Lord Derby's Sted- fast, Sure, who stirl- ed to.J. T. Pilkiiigion'a Prince Palwine, 2 to 1, was second, and the Darings' 'Mushroom, 5 to I, third. Taber, June 'pluyed flic Iron Springs baseball -loam un June 1 and defeated.theuiiby one run. The score was 5-G. It was. an exciting game and the fans snw stel- lar playing to infuse.'lhem with hlgii- strnnK iniersst. Iron Springs held tho lead until the sixth, when Taber lied score. The winning.run came in. the ninth on an error. The score. AB li H'l'O A B n. Loe, Iu...... 5 Fan-ar, If Campbell, ss 3 BASEBALL LEAGUE OPENS IN' SOUTH Went Down at Ray- mond, 12-9 Raymond, June day afternoon the opening :surne, of .tho Southern dlrlelon pr the Southern Alberta Base- ball league "was .played: llay- mond. defeated Cnnlston, 12-9. Judsori, '3b G'.-ay, p and 2b Leper, cf Wins, J'f.....'.. Duggan, 2b and p. Iron Lewis, Sb Bo'yrerE, c........ C. Green, as D. Noble, ji S. Green, 2I> II. Green, Ib...... Hammond, cf Pierson, If 51. Noble, rf.....'. 0 16 IE. 0 AB R H PO A'-E TKE COMPLETE Metal Windows Accepted the Intcriiatluiial v Underwriters CALL.AND SEE SAMPLE WINDOW IN OUR OjSPLAV ROOM, SIMPLE IN CONSTRUCTION AND THE VALUE Of EACH PIECE OF METAL TAKEN ADVANTAGE OF IN THIS WINDOW. The Western Supply Equipment Co., Ltd. 3IJ-4th SlreM, South. 2 1 3 1 1 1 '.I -2- .1. 0.1. p II 0 0 1 0 0' 1 By Taber Iron Springs Siunmary: hits, Jutlson, Gray, Campbell: hita, 'off Gray C, off 1, off Noble. G; .Racrillce. bil, llaseg on bnlls, by Gray 1. by Noble 2; hit by pltclie'd ball, Fnr- rnr, .Tudaoii, Wing; struck oiil. by Gray 10, by 4, by Noble JJ. 1044- Burns to Meet Vancouver Man Saskatoon, Sask., Juno tions wlih Tommy Burns today reach-. cd a succeBBful. Issue.'" The ex-world's clirimploiij will meet Bill Hlckard, of .Vancouver, here on August' 8, In a fifteen-round bout. Articles were drawn up this morning, anil aunt offf lo the two principals. -They call tor JlO.OOO'Troni each as a guarantee of appearance, and for both to train hi Ihe.cHy. 'llurnK Is guaranteed win, lose, or dnnv, as lila uli.ire of Ihu purau, wlillo Hlcknrd Is hiking Ing chance of fifteen of'lhf ffross recelpls, ;