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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIIBKlDfiK HKflALD ALL THE LOCAL-AMD WORLD'S FOREMOST EVENTS LPHBRIDCE TIED THE SCORE IN THE EIGHTH LAST NIGHT AND WAS SAVED FROM DEFEAT -Game of Ball at the P, ir Which Taber'ani Local Nine Lethbridge wns the scene of 'much tllarity last nlght.__ It started .at rbs toll park and ended on Hie imver.ient MACLEOD TEAM GIVEN SEVERE HANDLING AT PINCHER GREEK {Special'1 lo on a Imni.hU by I'ii-krU. Pinchec :tl-n Cor the. visitors. Crtek-ryn in'UieiiucahiO- home -salt'ly on .v inaguificcut 'baseball game here .-Uickeon. 'T'licn- "Dell lor ii For lli'rrc bags" to Tikfil 13 .in Uic'-bux' ioi' Tiickcr, Duppcr auvl, lum- .ivcll, but pcLrrcil out j self make tin; round. Uachcldor 'and so badly that iii thc fourth Le filled ll'-irrell for Alaclcod added two In the lie .bases, allowing'two to get home !'GUt Farrell's hitting ami Pickctl's and in thc eighth fo clincli. the pnmc error accounting Jor the trick. IJincli- in Herald office. The bis hc better, than look on wliilo rr then got Oill ami Gcnslcr home, of the wiis the event nt the ball park in which the local team locked horns for nine ii JilogB uud tlien quit on evon.iernis. With the sea of Tans on their dnnvn tense wltli anxletv und Decks craned, tbe Lethbridgo dis- crlct Jeanne baseball brigade took udvjintage of a slim oppoi-tuulty in inning and overtook their and saved themselves the opponents, from- dregs o[ defeat by tlelug'tbe' score. There never has been a battle of baseball'temis local grounds iuore replete with all the jJOSEiblllthes that the game affords. There was Koailr playing, rotten playing and in- different -iilaylng. The coarse stuJE imlled -off by its contrast with tho EtBllBr -vvorh: made the Utter shine aud the uiitch was a rip snorter. The S "to S score was tlgli'ti a True indi- cation of the two teams' class. Xeitb- five Tinclier Urcek boys ambled safc- Iv home. Jim IJappec for 'Llic. home kept fairly, 'steady tU Joe Dapper finding Olson safely. In the Sill Tucker .sacrificed hut tapper, Hcnsler.. UcH, Kais ami .liiu l.ce scored firsl in the second, (slipped iji so easily that Maclcod is Pincher Creek made it two in the; still dazcil over the way H was done- lourth, when Bell anil Tucker boih'H. G. Hutcliinson umpired. er could boast of having-'anything on the. other, and when tlie .game wa called the- end of the ninth" o: account of darkness, it wns genernll; conceded tnat two battalion: merit had been al it. .The, first couple of .innings tJie spectators who crowded the stand Ii big numbers, also thc bleachers and the got a hint that thej- were see seme good baseball, for .the teams made a good showing with Letlibridge scoring in ihe first, be Ing shut.out In the second, while Thb er' was handed a hlank each time Also .the first .mninga. was productive ot a double play' which .caused, the fans to open, up their throltlcB and give vciit approval. Farrar got" oa. Lee hit to" G. who Josh at .ing Farrar, and tlien getting. Lee-at first. It waa a piece of.lightning ex- ecution.. A. bad Spaim r.The. third was awful. -Lethbridge sporting a new" acquisition in.the box last night by the name o[ Thraps, and the elongated Mr. Thrapa la some pltcier. He oijy allowed, six .clean, hits for "the nine.innings and no part of those-had turn-s which overtook the Ipcalo can he laid at. his door. A tunch of buuglea behind him were re- the" fourth-and la the iiie nerioda .when the visitors played the most havoc. They scored fpiir and..three reapectlvsly. In tho first'instance they got their runs on iwo'hlta and four errors and dull field- ing; second Instance one til .that Tabsr coultl libat-t at, .notwithstanding a trio of tal- lies; it .was more noor fielding that permitted these rnns. even. In fact Lbey were broaklng even nil through, which was a redeem Ing point wilh the fans when thing' went bad In the first. It wag a game full of climaxes, hopes blasted and hopes rebuilt. .The rough stuff was over in iho tilth and the score Blood to 7, with ttie Interest running higli Jn that round Seldenbecker tore the cover off a ball and a board off the "ence. He hit the bull to centre with a.whistling crash ,aud, though hc was battle for It he made the grade home. It was a pretty.swat. In. die, sixth .the tension was. high. Tabor'filled' the bases with only one down and tilings .looked extremely blue. Here's' where Thrnp -displayed his class. Not the tion of worry conld he. marked on'his demeanor. .Gray lifted a beauty into left, but Green .was under it and.cath- cre'rl it in. Tlien another clImaY.was reached. Judson got three' balls 'arid three strikes on him, another ball'iind two strikes on him. another ball and forced run would result. Thrap- jnid one down the groove, Judeon pop- ped up one to first. It was Jteyers1 ball but Thrtip interfered. .It .It in Thrap'a mit, but bounded lilt Meyers. Was there with bis1 speir ind didn't let it get away. Tnber's chances of scoring blasted. LeLhbridEe, In their halt of -the sixth, went one, three order.. In the-seventh Taber went Into the ead., With one down Leper hit for hree "bag's''. ;io field. Duggan hen hit to who gather- ed Ju Ihe'.ball clean enough, nut Leper "leat the throw home by a foot. Letb iridge again -took the count their ialf but after.' ng away ,with the enemy in quick ur- The Fairar, cE H.' Lee. lb...... A. Lee, c....... Campbell, ss Gmy; p......... Judson, 2b....... Orr, 3b Leper, If........ ri'....... Total Seidenbecoer, ss.. J, 2b Evans, cf ob .-I, Pulley, 'c''! Wrigglesvyb'rtii, rf Meyers. Ill Thrap. p AB It H PO A 0 1 0 10 0 0 1 0 1 41 .S C 27 AB H H PO G 1 i 5. 'I 2 44 -1220 L 1' 0 0 0 0. 1 10 i 15 11 Going ,Gpod -The liat four .innings the. ciaae of iiseball was excellent and the fighting er. in. the. eighth, they came In their nlf" and tied tbe score which ,vas estliied to- remain tbrougli- Lotlihrldge-tied. the score thusly-ifl' is .eighth; lliefl .out to ea. Moore's a bad ound and, Lee couldn't-iandlo it.'. er "then struck out." one Leper-wae coni- fflst to regain bis equilibrium [of; the catch and dropped :tho ball. The .game was .pulled out or for ,Moore scored and.tied the score. made the third out. a fly to centre. Taber .made another bid i the game in .the ninth'vhen Leper hi't tlie ball hard. This time'.ior two hut there were two out and Dug- gan up next'wan rutired. Lethbrldge Ts-ent-down .their.. Jut chance wae over. Totals .-43 .S 11 27 Score by Tuber' S G .G Lechbrldge 11 11 Summary: Stolen bases, Leper, Pul- ley1.. sacrifice hit, Campbell; home ruu SeltJeubecber; 3-base hit. Leper; 2- base .Leper; wild pitch. Gray: struck out; by G-ray "10, by'- Thrap 3; bases oil balls; oy Gray1 3; hit by pitcher, Farrar, by umpires, McKellar and McCullough Feature! -Hu The fielding of Geo.-Mopre at third SUNDAY BALL IN NORTH DAKOTA WINNIPEG AND GRAND FORKS' TEAMS IN A TEST CASE Forks, June base- ball oil Sumliiv- in North Dakota Is nn offencD thnt is not iiunishable by crinilnnl procedure, according to the defence raised by Grand Forks nirj Winnipeg baseball teams here j-esler- tlAy, 'n'hen inciiibers Loe teams 'were on trial'for vloln.tian of law. Thc teams pluyed liere on lUay 2G, and IS were arregled. The law in question does not provide, imprisonment tor the offence, .duly fix- ing a fine at ?L.OO to, 510.00, such, it Is contended, ciinnot be collected, ex; civil process. Tllo defendants today made motion for dismissal oE the. case ou the grounds could ,uct-. be 'prosecuted .on the grounds attempted. If theV 'carry their point, thc Sunday baseball fines: tlpii In Nortli'Dakota will De'settled in favor of. the" playe'TS. BASEBALL IN THE BIG LEAGUEJ _- Results fit Nsi Nona .7-2; Chicago J. 300' 300 IQO-f .7 (1 lU'obklyu -00 .000 dOOrr -1 K-toifield' Mid Ylnglhit- and 7-6 Cincinnati 1100. (100 (i 11 Now York .000 113 .7 7 3 UKgfi and Mclifrau; --JlulhciVBon Hid Myers. 5-4 Philadelphia St.. Louis 000 .-100 4 2 'hllailelpllia 110 030 5 11 1 Steels lind Dron- jun and Dooin. 4.0 Plttsburg piclisdn, "Hi Standings Today' National LETHBRIDGE ClnciinuLLI Uhlcqisb PlUsburg SL. Louis huiclplilii Brooklyn 000 000 0 C 000 001. -I .11 and Klhifj; Ilendrlx u 6-0 New York llevelhnli 000 000 0 5 "ew York 010 202 K 13 Staen, -Mitchell, Baskette and Jinst- rly; Caldwcll, Wnrhop and Sweeney. 4-2 Washington atcago ..___ 5 2 ,'aalllilgton 0 0. Lunge and Block; Groonl-a and eury. j M Philadelphia hilidelpllla 020 000 0 12 4 i. Louis 002 000 4 S 2 Plank and Egan; E. Brown and vitchell and Stephens. 4-3 Detroit ostoii........000 000 1 etroit........012 000 J 14 4 Collins and Carrigan; Dubuc and :anage. Silica go Boston Hilndclphm )eu-olt Washington Cleveland Now York St. Loulvi American International Koclioster............ Jersey City........... 25 Buffalo 20 Baltimore........... 10 Nowurk Toronto Providence 18 18 n; 14 Pet .821 .578 '.iM I ,459 .liOO .605 .570 .645 .538 .4711 .34.1 .302 .050 .572 -4SS .410 .360 Grain prices on tliu'.locnl market re-. mnln tho snnie as. 3'OBtcrday. Cab- hns Inkcirn ilrov'from six- cents to four cents pur Ib., while, parsnips'. have advanced from. 2y, cents to .-cents nor lb. In ilio frail line Oregon slmwliorrlos i'6'iiiiy' at 20 cents per pint very line [Oregon cherries nro bringing: 25 ceiita per nlnt box. Meats, bnt'top and flgjis i (111 rwnain firm In price, with no hn- liTOBiiocls pi! a decline. Association Minneapolis 34 Columbus............Y :H Toledo............. 33 .City 2li Indianapolis St. Paul Louisville .OC7 CI2 .MGO .000 .423 .408 .354 .334 UTo. 1 Northern 2 Northern 'i Northern Nl' i. ft i. 1 Alberta Red 2 Alberta Hod Nu, 3 Alborln Kcu Nci: -1 Alberla lied u Alberla Hod i; Alberta; 0.7S O.Oli .0.78 0.77 O.GIi 0.51 tUO WEEKLY STOCK LETTER ENGLISH CHAMPION NOT SHEWING' UP TO THE MARK Bobby Wilson Gave Malt Wills Hard N. Y_, June Wells, :he English lightweight champion, and Dobby of (jticii, '.'fought ten jTounds before 'ijie1 bntida Comity A.A.. -Insfnlgnr: Wilson siicreeded in ke'eii- Inginp n neith- er man telling lu-the infighting the. better of the arsmnenL The showing of the Engliahaian' flid inaicute cham- plonship timber. base tor Lethbridge stQoa'to.Mt. in re- lief above all the rest. He made a couple of'r.urenks wicn ;a .lightning -throw 'became necessary, but he re- deemed himself by accepting the mos difficult. bounders in stj-ie.. 'fcelflehbecker Tobbed- Orr of ;a drive.' in'- the -fourth and an Impossible catch. ,r! In tome run and Leper's'trlpl aha'double swat were .feature accbin pUsbm'e'nta. Canadian IlamiltoirS, PetGThoro '2. St. Thomas 3, Brailtford 1. .Guclpli .3. Berlin 1. Ottawa L'. Northwestern Association Columbus' 6, 'Minneapolis 5. Toledo 10, st: 'Paul 7: In-dlanapolis 15, .-iniwaukee 7. Louisville. 4, KnnsaB.-City. 2. I'nternatinnal "MomrE-Al. .2, TorouLp 1. Baltimore 'Jersey City ]0, Providence 4. .Rochester 9, Buffalo S. i Northwestern Por.tlaqd 14, fKconiatC, Seattle'it; Spokaae'4, Victoriii'3r' Central International Winnipeg G-rarid Forks 3. 'Superior 7, D'uluth 6. Vancouver Victoria Tacoma...... Spokane Portland Seattle Ottawa Lo'h'lon Caiiiulian 10 ,10 a .536 .530 .510 .490 .481 Mil -i --.-naa 7 .500 Berlin 7 St.'Thomas i..-.... ti 10 Peterboro 2 13 Central International Duluth .16 r, .702 Superior Grand Forks Winnipeg n .goo 12 .40 13 WESTERN CAN; LEAGUE Foreign Appreciation of American Kpotball Macieod Pinchor Creek The Standing Won.LoBt Drew Pet .2 -1.000 0 .501 1 .333 1 '.333 ..1, ....1 WHEN LETHBRIDGE TIED THE SCORE IN THE EIGHTH List of Eventslssued fof Raymond Athletic Meet Dominion Day athletic fommlttee appointed b the mnss meeting met on Wednesday night to .draw up' for the .Dominion -Day cel-abrntlon -to be held on Julj ]gt raol on'Frldaj night In the office of tlic Security InveatmentrCo., -mappcil 6nt a Froiram foUotrlnr (ho cvenli which .wilTbo open adult nraalmiri lit 100 jard dllh broad jump pulilnj 12 pound 220 rice, pole Vault, twrdle ntt, ]30 10 t-u-dlei throwing 11 pound hAYnnMJr nltle hli'k Jump race Thli thai the (ram of ehlldren'r iporti aliill begln nt one'ocloqlt and continue till two, when the' atliletlc aportR horac lacing, ahkll begin The nlhlctlc ;Yo.u canawcar by the Cigar Store Adj. Morrli Thtitre Phone 131J uporla arc lo lie sandwiched between Lhc .liorse race, licglniiing ill four o'clcck. The cominitlsc advised tlie haseunl.l same bstween Magralh and Raymond to begin, allowing two hours tor play. .This report will tie presented to thc general committee, which meets tonight. '-j- Princeton, X. June Davis, the PrijiCclpn .representative of Uie football i-iilos contrlliiites ,lhe..tolIowinE lo "Princeton Alumni apropos of "Theie arc n'feW of ug.who thought; foreign 'cxasgcraMon of the rouRhnuss oi .football in 'America Us" hc-lg-ht when Jn Hie lluuh- chener ago penned :-V 'The fool ball leiJins of-'Hiirvai'd- rcconUy? iieltl In America had terrible rcsilltH, It-Uirnetl IntoVAn-awful Of twenty- tivo participants' .ievan were so severely ihnV they hod "toW carried from thc Held In si dying1 condition.' 'One plover had hia buck broken." nnoiher.lost and .1 third lost a leg-. ..Both teams, appeared upon field of'ambu- lances, surffcons Many .ladles fnlnlcd awful'cries'of the Injured players. The Indignation ofllhc spectatora'was powerful, lint they ''iVcre nfraid to lenvc liic fleJd.' 'in thla.enlifi-htened monlh of.Mriy, year of comes a. -.vrlter in thc London and Describes, game among the-lllcmac.In- dians of Cannrla as follows: T 'The Rflme-ivaSi-nlnyftd on the flut sands, the goals being -j. mile'.apart. They shook handg before nnd thoujrh .irrayecl Iri -'ill their wnr pklnt, they liung- Ihelr arms upon a They, are snld to ,have employed nieans of an opponent. ]nujilentally, too, "the, MlcmncS In for collaring around.the neck, ihoiigh itfere'nilg'liVbc reason'for thle oU- pmcUce If the-rules jiennlttetl one to. with a sculping- Ked Deer Calgary Bassano-- Ed moo toil .w: -j. 17 14 '.13. 10' Pet. -G39 '.500 knife.' CHASES BALL; SAVES A LIFE Crawls Under Warehouse Platfcrm and Finds Man -Suffering from V Philadelphia. PH., June. ttlc Collins hattad ;i :.base-' nil under of ouse-here the-other day .he saved ii fe oE.a Dion.-.. ,The boycrawtcd ed tho platform .and there 'found body of a. mnn. He told Ills play- nates and the police were -called, he man was unconscious hut Btill live. At the Pennsylvania .was ound he was suffering .from paeii- lonla. probnljly live. In- ulry at'the act that he had heen- nilsalng for irce days. BULLETINS "V" TENNIS MEETING A. meeting ot the Y. M..C. A. lennls .lib will be held tonight hi the V.M.C. nt S o'clock. tV IN CALGARY Joe Dayley, Hie chamiilon light- .weight of Western Canada, who v.lll meet Djlry'Allen at Uasanno on. June 29th, Mr the Fluaagnn belt nnd Ilie llghl weight clmmplonahlp of thc iJoni- Inlon, arrived In Calgary. jeslcrday. Joe will do UH bulk of Ull trulnlnK Ui.thc city, OVERSEAS FOOTBALL CLUB Thc following team will represent the Overseas In the game against the Cailles on. Tncadrv' tbe 31lh of Juno. v Simmer, Hnrnc, Paterson, Cauld- u'cll, Mullen, Tlalkerston, BanibrJdgc, Thomson, Hrennnn, Slmiri, Joyce. All players are rcnunatoJ to ba en Uic gTo'unOH al. it.m. DRUNK "ON' JOB GOES TO., JAIL .Winnipeg, June 13. Ful- ler, Canadian Northern opera- tor aL Wood worth, Mnn., found drunk on hla Job, Was given years todiiy. Gave Edmonton Another Fine Drub- bing Yeiterday Edmonton, June only re- deeming feature of iic-nlgliL'g gnme be-- tween .Ediiionton .and iv'aa tlie pulling off of a. triple, play and two doubles aplte tbia, an 8 to in good while' Supp lied by Rice and Whaley, of 1 Winnipeg nuipeg, iMnn., .-Juno tlie week antl (he previous week: Prev. Wfc. Cattle- 1-117 20711 Hogs 3001! Calvei'i 10S Sheep.1 J1L Thee supply of cat lie on sale week was comparatively light. Out of 1-I1 T ou ma-rkeL, ..only B77( head jn sale, Uic bnlunce being ued Ll iiTaugU Id ens tern iio.inls.. Tliere. were n i it. many gond cnrtle Included in the 'saLi what few were here ta mixed lota, and' but touche. L Lhe 7 cent uravk. The trade is siroim'ror anyching .'showing- quftl- ity uud v fat. Theru been a. f-ew Alberla cattle on the uot ninny ni) ire grain fed cattle" look- ed for f that tiuarlev. thin' spring. The bul !i of tihe.lidy butcher steers and h-elfisrs have sold arouud ?G.50 to ?G.SQ thi'ii week, hut, choice showing would rertdily bring 7 c ants or better'. The'demand keen -iiir choice slock, and ship- pers will ido-well to secure aa nieny as ucsslbl'i: of .that'class. but tor cuttle j. showing "grass, as there will soon b ii a big price range between. Lhese and Hie griiin fed kind.' Bulls wcvcii.iu limited, number, and prices are ia spade 'stronger, aome 'c-bolce kin AM going high aa ?5.00 to We quote is delivered, fed and' milkit'-'E and to ?G5.00; ci iiuu.on to- miediiim milk'- ers and aprl ii gers, S2OO.', to1 J38.00; extra ohpice B teera anil; heiters, 1200 Ibs. up, ?G.7fi ft 3 choice butcher steers and lirfijUrfl, ?0.50 tq ?6.75; falr to good butcliVf. steers and, heifers; to-JH.25; a 'ood to choice butcnei1 cows, ?5.GO 'to i .00: medium cows and Mis.J-t to >'me'dliiin bulls, I3..25 J5.GO; cbniraon 1ii to .i-, The receipts o.f hogs sliow a Blfght fnlling off-for week, Comparer! with last, but the' .past two tlnys ovev 3000 have arrive fl and prices are conie.miich than ;IB at; P re- nt looked- tor. J. VcRAf PfRS Fought Uphill Battle and Eventually Won out Calgary, Thn figbting..tribeL of Hurley 'never 'better deserved 'its name thnri last night. Not -a bit dls- .the five runs wliicli'the .the 'first inning of .tie' contest, scrappers fought an ip'hlll battle and'' overtook the .locals n the only to have the Bronks umn into' lead again in (heir ses- sion of that' round. Chan'B bunch led up the score ngnin in the seventh and -then made a whirlwfnd finish nnd iecured four runs in the eighth ilug's, which. -by'the wns the last lie final figures of the contest read- tig Red Deer 11, Calgary 7. THE COMPLETE SUPPLY'' Metal Windows Accepted by the Intci'iintioHiil lioiird of .TJiMlerwrltcps 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 WlNDOW. -The Weitcrn Supply Equipment GRAIN Winnipeg, gr keta todjiy opened anil lows: Opa n .TulP .lOfiVi Qatj-i, Jliiy Es'No.'l ''-U 'V' July .210 Caih Pricei No. 1 Nortbern No. 2 Northern No. S No. -I Northern No. 5 Northern... .1 No. It Northern .No. 2'.C. W." .V...... No. .'lyj. Np. j'1 Feed'.. No. 1 N. No. 1 Man......; i; .MARKETS as mar- fol- Cloee 100% 38% 43 3-5 10514 100 Minneapolis Wheat Open July.......... 113U September... iOfi'fe Ucccmlicr.....-----'.. Chicago Wheat 200 204 !i ClOBC. II3 (i 10-1 fi. Closn I December lOoii IflB'.i 312-4lh ilRKENHEAD STOCK MARKET Liverpool. S.-v.l.ohn HogerB Co., Ihil cattlo for Hale in the Hirkoiiheairniarkcf, con- slafcd cr Trade, was slow, innklng from ;