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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Jfrgftg THE LETIIBHIDGH DAILY IFEKALD Monday, June 10. lff.13 ALL THE LOCAL. AMD-WORLD'S FOREMOST EVENTS Lqngboat Again Steps Into Limelight by a Sensational Performance at Toronto In Last Lap of Fifteen Mile Race Indian Trailed After Wood but Longboat Won in Final Sprint RECORDS BROKEN Toronto, June worldly re-1 cords and two Canadian records were j broken in (.he fifteen mile invitation J race run at the Island Stadium last J night -and-won bv Tom Longboat at-j ter one of the steadiest and brainiest j contests of the Indian's career. Tlio! starters were Longboat, Shrubb, 1 Wood nnd Qiieal- Shrubb led from the! btarl io" the five miles, for which be set- a new mark oi 25-19, a new Can- j trdian record. Then a weak ligament in hia ankle began to bother him and lie stopped after going six and a half j miles. The other three ran, bunched in uiis order, .Wood, Quea.1, Longboat to Si miles, where Wood and the Indian took- n short lead on Queal, which tlicy gradually increased until at 10 miles they led Qiieal by half a lap. The lime for the 30 miles was 51.35, which is- slower than the world's rec- ord, but constitutes a new Canadian iigure, while the world's record dis- tance'for an hour was beaten by sev- eral yards, the distance being 11 miles, 1200 yards. For the last lew pJ7i i IRS Wood led by- a scant yard, and although he tried to shake Longboat off, the Indian "clung on. In the last lap the two rivals ran like fresh starters, the final quarter being run in .1.02, nnd at the end oi a magnifi- cent spring -Longboat beat Wood hy foot in the lasfc five yards. The new record-for the fifteen miles was JO. Merely a Dream By WALT MASON I dreamed I went to Paradise, far from this vale so dark, and .hav- ing reached that happy land, I sought the baseball park; they charged me nothing at the gate, but led me blithely in, and as I toot my seat: "The home team's sure to win." .A winged fan beside rac sat, within the grandstand's shade, consuming pearly peanuts and ambrosial .lemonade; I asked him why the shining hosts all wore such happy grins; "in heaven the fan replied, "'.he home team al- ways wins." The game was nicely under.way when I fell out of bed, and busied nearly all my slats, and fairly spoiled my head; forgetting I was back on earth, I cried: "How was Hie The surgeon said: "They shut us was a beastly shame." DofTTlcbt, _TiZ_ .uj "SLIM" HOOVER FINDS GIRL WHO LOVES ONE FAT MAN Rapley Weighs 300 and Hai Pound 'Bride; Bro. Juno Mirny a llniu am! often when Ilaploy Ilolmga was Ing fno part of Sheriff "Slim" l-loovof In "The Hound-Up" he convulsed the mid tones with I lie remark: "Nobody loves n fnt innii.'! Now lio admits tlml he was wrong, Is wrong, for Gerdii HenliiB, a beauti- ful Chicago slrl, who plnycd "The Echo's" leading imrt, loves n rut. man. She loves Huplcy Holmes so she was ninrrted to him lust Satur- dny and thpy arc now on their honey- J11001I. 'Hoover weighs about ItOO, she weighs IL'ii." Tho .bridegroom Is n son of Rov. Itiipley Holmes ot Saskatoon, wns attended nt the wed- ling by lils brother, Joseph Jlohnes, of .hnt city. Mr. and .Mrs. Holmes will reside in Yark. THREE PEACHES TONIGHT- BETTER THAN EVER HE BANDIT'S CHILD An Intense anil noworrul wostei-ii drama featuring ''G.'il. Tlio Cowboy Fovorllc. .It la wonderfully portrayed, and superbly nctcd. Till'' BOOT' OK An .1111.11.1 irt-ljAt It 's a i'k _ j? ilrnnm of ovef.v-day life which Is full o[ life ami action'. Human" picture and will thrill yon through anil through. 'n'ls ls great comedy [all. at conlagloim anil will specially please the ".Mun-M." Walch space "on .Wedneiday for the extraordinary Two-Reel Production. "AULD The very name makei you tingle. Life LANG l hold no charm If yon tail to sec this- You will be sorry all your life it you It. BASEBALL IN THE BIG LEAGUES Results of Games 'National 6-2 New York Incinnnti .000 000 2 4 ew York 100 000 ti 4 LJenton and McLaren; Mnrquard an lyere. 3-1 Pittsburg ittsburs 020 000 ,1 S oston 010 000 1 (i O'Tople and Kelly; Tyler b owdy. 6-5 St. Louis Louis 100 400 li 10 liladelphia. 301 100 i5 9 Willis and Wlngo; Alexander an ooin. 10-2 Chicago llicago 000 250 15 010 000 2 7 Cheney and Archer; Berger and -M ler. Billy Lauder Picks Bay ley to Win Lightweight Bout Leading Lights of Vancouver Team Missed and Westminster Won 7 to 2 Hassano, June Lauder. for years was the recognized cham- pion of Western Canada, is backing Bayley In the coming contest at Bas- sano to win. Lauder states that Bay- ley, is one of the best iiren for his weight in the ring today, and he is good -authority for the truth of this statement, for Lauder "was Knocked out in three rounds by Bayley In Ed- monton- last ''fall. Lauder furLher states that although he never met Allen, yet he has me't boxer's who matched1; with Allen and found very little difficulty in ascertaining Allen's abilities. Fans Interested iu ibe coming contest will, place 'uior'e confidence In Lander's "statements tnah In perhaps nny other evidence of Bayley'a worth; Lauder' for years has been knonn as s Btraight, honest, clever boxer, and in Calgary and Al- berta be has' been a favorite since the day he arrived. He has met all boxers who visited this district and found very little difficulty In defeat- with the exception of a very few, but when he met Bayley he met the one man who Wna able to show him things In [he true senee of box- ing. -Lander states that his money will go on Bayley t0 beat Allen on June 29th. Joe Bayley arrived In Calgary last week to start- his final 'training for tliifl bout Allen wjll arrive next week with his trainer and manager, and "rill train .at Calgary while Bayley IB at at Baaaano while Bayley is at Calgary. Allen will have Very little training to. do after his ar- rival for7 he is now engaged in the meat "strenuous part of his work at Syracuse and will conic west In the pink of condition. After the Bassano bout ho.will engage In other bouts in the West before returning east. Vancouver, Jyne .George. Mathc-A'son, McDougall nnd Lalon'de off, Vancouvcrs were badly .walloped by former WestmirTstcr lacrosse cliainpioDB Saturday afternoon. Seven to' two was'the score. Five of West- minster's tallies were registered in the final which Vancouver put up a defence that was surely weird: .Griffith'got into trouble in, this quarter and was sent to the fence and then Westminster 'scored five goaJs in quick succession. niorn were scored before Griffiths gol back on the fielri, but he got march- ing orders the second..time: for? the careless way in which .he Qhiirget! Grumpy Spring. The attendance was small. Game w'as one of the poorest, ever seen, on the grounds Tecumsehs Team Again Takes the Count Toronto, June Tile Torontqs and Tcctfmsehs met- yesterday in their first big. fouc -fixture under ideal con- ditions. "The" Indians had made a few changes in line-up after the de- feat of last Saturday by the Irish it was no good. The Torontps won 8 to 3. Tile -Torontos started right Irom the jump scored hvo goals before Die Indians awoke. The Tecuiiselis made .their best showing in the firsb quarter and evened by quarter time, aiicr this there was nothing to it but Hie Torontos 'and t.hcy. won tliey pleasuri, v Gibbons, I-larshav', Mar- shall, Powers, Stagg, Hratlcn, Dan-; Barrett, Kails and i dcno, Fitzgerald, Warwick. Green, Yea- man Graden, McKenzie, Rowland, "Smith, Burin and Hope. American 7-1 Washington Washington 050 100 7 13 Chicago 000 1 7 Jqbnson and: Ainsmltb; WJiUe and 'Block. Philadelphia. 100 1 -1 St. 010 001 2 -4 audfLarpp; Powell nnd Etc phens. New York 000 0 1 Cleveland "U'arliop Kahler in Esterly. f Boston Boston 000 3 11 Detroit. JOO 500 3 C Wood and NunaTrmker'; Works and Slapage. SUNDAY GAMES' "Washington- iOO 4 S 3 Musser, .Hushes and Henry; Wllieti and Onslow. 13-2 Ckvelind Clev-elanil 010 001 '1 S i Philadelphia. ..Ml S20 IS 1 Gregg, George arid O'Neill, Coomhce and Lapp. 9-2" Boston Boston 000 130 3 13 St. Louis 010 000 3100 Dcdient and CaiTigan; Mitchell and Stephens. 2-1-Chicago New York '000. 000.' 15] Chicago......000 110 5 2 Fisher and Sweeney; SJogrldge and Block. Nationals Beat Irish Canadians by 6 to 2 You .canswear by the "Alon- Clear Hav- ana. Cigars, for 'sale at The Elite Cigar Store Thtilrt phone 1318 Montreal, June more ad- ditions from the ranks of last year's X. A. A. A. team on-the Irish Can- adian line-up Saturday, Kennedy's ag- gregation was beaten the N7ation- als by the score of 6 to 2. Kennedy's men played- listlessly, .especially in the first two ,aml Iht Na--1 tionals piled up five while the oppos- ing, home diii nothing. In the third, quarter George .Uobcrls exhibited a little ginger and got two nil by him- self and these were Hie only goals st- cured liy_ the Irish Canadians. The Nationals got one more in this quar- ter and In -the foucth noth teams [loafed and neither net was bulged. The game was the roughest-yet wit- ifiseiTin the D. L. IL, but, no harm jw'as done except IcTlhe pocket books of the participants. Line-up I Irish Oocil Roberts, Xeville, Kochford, Mclll- waine, Munday, Kane, Aspn.cU, Lay den, F. ScoU. Scott, Geo, Rob- CaUaran- ich, Ducketl, Uccarie, Clemen L, La- jchappclle, Degan, Gauthier, I'itrc, Lamourcauv, Bouliane. Drehiiaii. Judge of play Tucker. Shamrocks Defeated Montreal by 3 to 2 Montreal, June ShaiiHOCks again in ihc N.UU. 'tliis alternooii, the score teing 3 Io 2. puring the first two quarters there were no scores, toll) homes smothered by (he opposing rtclcnses. In the third. the Shamrocks scored two through McCarthy anil while Alontrea] got one. Mc- Carthy nrnde it. to one in the last: quarter. Montreal Fyon, C. Kinlaysnn, T. Neville, rinm- ilton, Miller, .larrctt, KalTerly, F. Ilogan, McDonald, Hogan. Harry, Oling- nnn, Doran, McMullin, Ilman, .1. Quinn, Mimroc, Angus, Mclntyrc, M. Quinn, llutler. YOUNG LAD DROWNED Norman Cochrlll, aged olghl, o[ London, fell off n rait In tho Thames river and was drowned In fmir fMl water. Several men Ignored his screams Uiliklcc lie wne foolliiB. International Providence 4, Jersey City J. Providence 11, Jeraey City 6. Buffalo 13, Rochester 5. Rochester Buffalo 1. Balllmbre 7, Newark 2. Daltimore 6, Newark o. 3. Montreal Toronto 1. Newarlr 7, Baltimore ,0. Jersey City 13, '.Providence 8. Canadian Cent nil International Grand-Forks I. Winnipeg 8, Grand Forks" 0." Dullllh 4." Dululli 7, Superior 3. Nortlnycstern Vanconvcr -I. Seattle 12, Tacoma 1. Spokane 4, Association Columbus 3. Minneapolis Toledo 5, 3.. Milwaukee 5, Indianapolis I. .Milwaukee 4, Indianapolis 0. Kansas City 1-1, Louisville 0. Canadian .nrantford 3, St. Thomas 2, London 7, Ottawa 3. Hamilton 7, Petcrboro 0. Berlin 4, Onclph 1. A MOfOR VICTIM Salt, Lake, June Potter, or the police, motor cycle squad, waa thrown from hly macblno at the finish of a three-mile" amateur rncc. I'oftor was travelling abou' miles an hour and every bone In his body brok- pn Standings Today National New York Clnclrmatl Chicago Pittsburg St. Louis Philadelphia. Brooklyn Bostoa..... ,W. 34 2-( 22 22 17 Kl Cowley Celebrated on Saturday American Chicago Boston...... Washington Philadelphia Detroit Jlevelcnd New York St. Louis 31 29 2S 11 K 22 H 14 May spurts held at Tlios. fjl'.upIiuril'K ranch yraltirilay were :i decided success. At 'about 12. JO p.m. I he crowd be- gan to gather and In-" one o'cjock the Tennessee and River baseball learns on (he 'diamond. Umpire Mor- gan, from Pinclicr Cily, called "play u.i.i' anil things, began io happen. Hivcr team were victorious by n store of 1018. Thfl- Tennessee team were assisted hy PifckcU and Hell of the Pinclicr Creek league team, but hy their usual "good hitting, the River loam held .their own. 'A relay race around the diamond by four from each team resulted in a tie between the Hivcr and Cowley. IL ivns Tim ..again and again a tic International locliestcr f Ferscy City Jaltimore Newark ifoiitrenl Toronto 'rovidence J5 ]S .591 lli .563 21 .512 25 .432 28 .4 3D 24 .4 I'D 25 .331 ..Northwestern 'ancouver 7ictoria 'a com a Spokane 'ortmnd Seattle At '3.30 Hivcr' and Cowley liuhinson won two. other crcnts ani was second in another. Ralph and Harold Easlcrbrook Yfcr; among the winners in several events. Tbc bucftihe contest was-won llarvry Jloul-hillicr. A dance at was well patron; iml ami crcryone went liomc well with their day's outing. Raymond Has a Slick Diamond 25 24 Association Columbus 'oledo Ilnneapolls vansas City ndiannpolis..... L-Paui......... lilwankee...... ,oulsvllle.....7 35 34 34 27 22 22 1C (earns lined up for the most import- :iuL .ilcm on the program. At the start some good ball was played, but us began to set a load, tha. River Leys got "excited or discouc- igcd. In the lirst innings Smytlie was put put while napping off first base. lie had tlic umpire explain hilly uw they could put him out on such play. Never too late to learn. Art 'I'vawiord made some brilliant )lays on -third. While he is only a iftecn year old boy ho can show uost of tlic men some pointers. Welsh -o 1Iltl rivcr "tj Ilis in 26 '.500 bwt, Brie 2ii, -500 nnd Carncs .all. over tlic. ground. Alc'x- the 'star with the bat, making two home runs and three safe singles. 'Robinson liit five singles in five limes lip, anil Snyili-r four sate hits'and one sacriilcc. The linkup RIVER-Gould, c.; K.'La firie, p.; Hicks, Ib-; J. Ln Bcic, 2b.; Carnes, .607 .064 .510 .424 .400 .380 rood Boxing Bout Billed in the Pass A good bout has tinged in the Pass lor thii iTtli of the nonth. Charlie Carver, of Michel, and illy Null, of Rcgina, will fnrnJBh a aeen-round go at Cranbrooh. Both lese good recoixle, and re considered to lie of equal merit, tui the fighting vans.of tbe Pass are ooklng forward to a good' mill. 3b.; Shepherdess.; Rilson, It.; son, ct.; Shi if. c.; Welsh, p.; Snyilcr, Crawlotd, A. 3b Hohinson, ss.; Muc- phy, If.; Tiistian, cf.; MaedonaKI, rf. R. Cr.' Ilutcheson, of Lethbridgc, umpired in a very satisfactory man- ner. The score Cowley 006 G70-2G 031 OOL 030-11 A number of, races were run which afforded much -Kcaii, although in his seventies, won the old. men's race from several other, old men much younger. A wheelbarrow race was won by Robinson, new wheelbarrow .The pmc was a valued at Raymond, June ball team were highly plenaed with Hap mon'd diamond. The piLclier from llie southern town Informed-tbe Her< ald.rcpresentivtive after the ganje Lhnl Raymond had beat dlauiond, out" side of the cities, that was to be found' in the province. Supervisor Harris, oi: .Hie town of Raymond, informed tlio Hernld yesterday niorqlng that addi- tional work was to be done by which the' entire field would be scroped in n manner similar to the diamondi This will mean considerable work, but. Mr. 1-1 arris is oi the opinion it tha town is to hnve half holiday eacli week for the purpose of promoting lotlcs mid sport that tlia public oC the lown would do ail in its power to and help the. worlc. .This done Ray- mond's ball Held will be itne talk ol (he southern country, and both play- ers and spectators troru surrounding towns will .wish to, visit .the. Suyar Town, wheu sports .oC any'kind ara being held, NEW SOCCER RULES London, June, the annual meeting of the football association, governing body-of professional asso- ciation'football, it wns niled that t.Iio goal keener be only Allowed' to his bands In his own penalty area Instead of his half of the Hold. Il wag decided ihnt ille present 'was an op- portune time lor 'the [ormnLlon of a third division of the longue, .It was agreed as'proposed by the Internatlon- 'boaril that otlier' clubs sball not encourage n club to commit a breucli the rules where any variation ex< In'me rules the different lea- gues. The football association under- takes to observe any Scottish mlc safeguarrting the Scotch clubs with respect to amateurs. AERONAUTIC EXPOSITION HS.-LS IN NEW YORK ;