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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIS THE LBTHBitlBGE PAILT HERALD SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 1911 LETHBRIDGEBEATBOW ISLAND BYTWO RUNS Baseball Game Here Last Night Well Fought-Four Meritorious Three-base Hits-Good Pitching on Both Sides-Score 7-5 'St. Louis Brooklyn Hits by innings- Bow Island Lethbridge Runs by innings- Bow Island Lethbridge Ill 022 200 102 100 020 202 000 Seidenbechijr's triple hit oversight field' followed by another oi the same kind in t-he same place by Evans, m the last of the seventh innings, broke 1 to 4 tJo and decided tlio tate ot battle last night, at the ball park .when the Bow Island baseball bri- gade went u? against the local braves and lost by a score oi 1 to 5. The game was the nearest approach to ideal baseball seen at the part this season. Lethbridge shoved two runs across in the first innings, 'while .the visitors tallied one. Tbe locals again scored two more in the third, the Islanders were unable to get acrtss the 'again until the fifth session. In the fourth, fifth and timely ami meritorious work of locals when the former took license on the bases. Lethhridge got into some extreme- ly tight holes and only the steady pitching of Gorrill .aad timely tield- ing saved the situation. In the sec- ond innings with three on, Monroe took Fortune's grounder and shot Beguin dead at the plate, and Hutch- ison .killed off another in the same way to that innings. Oorrill did like- wise in the flfth, getting Nelson by a few inches at the plate after the Isl- ander had poked out a three-bagger. In this play Chuck Wray was spiked by Nelson and Wray deserves credit for the way he went after his man in nailing him. Beidenbecher tiown fortune Between second third in the sixth. Smokey had over left, field, Green relayed Seidy. Fortune glued himself to sec- ond but was run off the bag by Sinokey, which resulted in Seiden- .Clark and Burns. Bixth LethbridEB went down without 'techcr running him down. Seidcnbech- a count and Bow Island was coming j becber ran down Smith in the scv- stemg. The visitors' offensive work enth between third and home when made good in -the Bith -when they Goiriil threw to catch the irnmer at dded two more and .brought, the [the plate. Lethbridge got by without score up to 4 to 4. In the seventh they tied it, but Lethbridge came -right back in the same innings and scored three and. put the game on ice. Bow Island made another run in the first of the eighth, and when any of these sad happenings spoiling their chances. They scored two runs In "the second without a hit errors were responsible. .The pitching honors were about evenly divided. as the number "of hits Lethbridge wenf-in- to bat Umpire secured attests. Fink, who pitched McCarty called the game on account j Ogain3t Macleod Wednesday, started of darkness, which seemrf to for the Island nine but was .at-. agreeable to both sides. j fected with a spre.'arm and quit in. AB. K. H. PO. 'A'. E.J favor of Fortune. 'Fortune 'was Letlhridge- Wray, c. Hutchison, lb.. Scidenbechcr 3b Evans, rf. Davis, ss. Eiixqh, cf........ Qreen, If........ Munroe, 2b. GIrrill, p........' Bow Smith, lb. Nelson, 3b. Frink, p.-rf. Godfrey, ss. Beguin, If..... Sho'walter, c. Fortune, rf.-p., 4 SmokeT, 3b.'... Jameson, cf. 3 o "there" in approved iorm and sent 2 2 the local swatters back to the bench 0 Q with consistent regularity until Seid- 0'.' 0 i enhecher and Evans, the first two up 4 the lucky seventh poked out a Q. o' triple apiece, followed by .Davies' 1 0 i walk and Dixoa's single. oi Davies1 single first .innings 2 OiWas a timely were two and faothtscored on the hit. The boxer with the good right to 32 7 9 24 15 AB. R, H-. PO. A. B. (swing is the man that, appeals- Larry Cheney, the work horse of the Chicago Cubs. .Is doing his best to hold uo the club in the pennant race other pitchers would round Into form, j Chicago etpectally Pierce and Humphries, the Cubs would occupy a more elevated Cheney proved himself the iron of the NationsI league last year rest rival, Tom Seaton. FASTEST OF ONTARIO LACROSSE SQUADS GO TO COAST NEXT WEEK GATHERING OF PROVINCIAL AMA- TEUR ATHLETIC EXPONENTS ON THE CARD Medicine Hat, Alberta, June The annual provincial elinmpionsliip eet of the Alberta Amateur Ath- lotic Union'ot Canada, will be held at Medicine II if on Julj Chicago New A 01 Lavender, Humphreys 8 2 every indication, points to a NATIONAL 7 lc 672 j successful gathering. Local arrange- Chenev and iments arc in the hands of the Medi- Fromme, cms Hot Anlateui athletic Club, ireau, Wiitzb I1romme, vina iiui> .inuutnii i 'and Movers. Sixteen .which .is affiliated with the Alberta Pittsburg Boston Harmon nil Gibson and above the cost of handling. ''I am not in the business as.a perma- nent commission said he, "but merely as a. salesman in order to have'the things lined, up.- want the farmers to bring their stun in, rent a booth, and sell their own goods. Just as soon as there arc 8 which vfifi be hold here at the same enough of them, I will pull out.-Ev- time. Thi; events arranged Mor are as ery booth m -the place will he uttl- I ized if we can-get tho .farmers to organization, mid the local athletes are looking forward to a large at- 3 tendance and are going hard after 2 sonic records. Hector Lang, oi Mcdi- urooMio....... Hat, in addition to being on the Rob.i son and Suj- also der; and McCartS. o[ Doinjnion day celebration SEVERAL HUNDRED PLE VISITED MARKET FRIDAY CONTINUED; PROM FRONT PAQB entire credit of the i first real market day in tills city, oven- taking liito consideration the fact, that the. pro- moters entirely unjireparad for stub a deluge of patronage, and not withstanding Urn fact tint the re was a notable lack o! proper shipment and display of IB duo to the .women of the city, those who bought at the market yesterday were wo- men who had tho city's as well as their own welfare at heart, and wo- men who are prominent- in the social and moral uplifting of the cominun- itj Mr. .'Finlcy said that the total net Result :to the promoters was only RURAL CREDITS TO FARM- ERS AN AID TO MIXED FARMING of extending credit to the farmers who were capable ud practical, for tho obtaining of more dairy" cows The .schemo was a success: there avo many cows In the district now as a and the city ot Great Falls, which last year Imported front out-of-the-state -ilrbducei'6 one million pounds ot butter, now buss nil its butter imd a large. share of its cheese from tljo farmers, at her door, paying cneh rind keeping tlie money at homo imlnppd twcntv men lu Colemau Perdue anil Gowdy. Cincinnati............. Philadelphia Ames, Davenport, Koestner and Gomaies; Mayec aiiil AMERICAN Philadelphia Cleveland Vt'yckoit and Lapp James and O'Neill: nm Senior" Events 100 yards 220 Most of them are so busy yards UO yards half mile five mile mile walk 120 yd. mird- mile- at the present time, that they can- not get ipi so they are shipping to les mile relay pole vault running high lump standing high jump run- us on consignment. We have the sup- IUIIIH iun- ning broid jump funning hop, step for sal. next Tuesday at whole- and jump throwing discbs putting pri v ronused 200 weight; putting 16-ft. shot; "2 i the basing Ean and tht batter that 2 can pole a homer and a how and again is the man who ap- peals to the baseball fan. There were throwing hammer tug-of-war. Junior yards ;-running 6 13 1 -hop, step and jump putting 12-lb. 1 4 2 j shot. Coliamere, I Gold, silver and bronze medals 1 will be awarded to .the winners in each event, and entries will close on 021' June 28th., Application blanks arc 1 501 ready anil should be applied for to Johnson-and'Kd-yVcovolaski and 15- Boston Detroit Stanage. Washington...................... 5 !J J' hicago Myers and Henry Russell, Jasper, Lathrop and Schalk and Daly. York man St. Fisher, Cole and Kunanmlver; Bauui- gardner and Leary. FEDERAL Brooklyn Kansas City Somers, Peters and Owen ami Enzenroth. 6 1 0 0 Stone Hull Block, Medicine Hat. WAGNEH MAY SET AN ETERNAL .RECORD Great Pittsburg Shortstop Expected To Set a Mark of 3090 Hits As an 18-Year Batting Mark Pittsburg, Pa., June hits in seventeen years officially marked to his credit yesterday, Hans Wagner, premier shortstop of tlie Na- tional league, and leading batsman of the Pirates, needed but safe swats prices. been promised 200 led chickens, fresh strawberries and asparagus tor Tuesday, and will soon.have some green peas and new potatoes. I wish every farmer with anything to sell would consign liis lot "to me if he cannot get in himself, for if tlie' next day is like the last, we will be simply swamped." Mr. Finicy said that the first spring lamb to be oScied for sale in Lethhridge this season, would be sold at the market on Tuesday. He will also have some nico fresh choice lean pork. Everything is cut in the good old .English way, and there are no bone bfwes. On Tuesdays it is the sim cf-tho-promoters to have mutton and chicken, and on Friday beef and pork. There.will be some fines bee! for Tuesday, at the wholesale price plus -the cost of cutting. YESTERDAY'S ENORMOUS TRADE There was sold yesterday some- thing like woftu-o{ produce, so that each purchase averaged Ev- eryone was sent away satisfied, and business there, to make themsolveB responsible for-toOO each, as guaran- tors, anci the bank put up the monej No farmer was allowed to take less than, five good milk producers. The is .nearly spent, but It has held about right at home. Will Start Something; The scheme was pretty welt ab. sorbed -by'.tho Lethbridge men, who Just ..embarking on. a similar Mr. Newman's hints were very mely arid greatly appreciated. It tho Intention bore to crowd tho ew Zealand butter off the market, here is already an. ample supply ot utter produced at home, and there Is om for many another pound of milk, tho milk cannot Tie sold, it can bo rought to the'creameries, and tho utter stored against the -winter do- and. Tie L-ethbrldge creamery at e present time has all the butter eedcd in the city, and it Is for sale t 26 cents. If the cow population of 16 district were increased by 10 per eat, it was the pro. notion of milk could easily be utiliz- L by the croamerlee In ire of a- winter supply to be kept in old storage. It was also pointed out lat the day of dairy or farm -butter IB ast: When ten farmers .make but- r, they make ten different grades, h'ioh are very-often a drug on the arket simply because they are not niform. LETHBRIDGE BUSINESS TO HELP FARMERS BUY COWS Pittsburg Indianapolis............ Walker and Berry Hariden. g 9 j Anson made hits in tweuly- g 9 j two years, a world's record. Falkeubcrg and Baltimore 4 5 Chicago 0 "7 3 Sucgs and Jacklitsch; Fiske, Black and Wilson. It is freely said by sporting wrlt- 1 crs that a record of a con- IseivaUve estimate of what HOOTS will Q I reach this stand for ever o j as an eighteen years' -batting record. Toronto, June celslors will take their, long journey St. Louis to Vancouver in quest uf-.the Mann j Moore and Blait Bnwu and Cup on Wednesday, June, 17. They imons. 7 0 3 1 Si- 0 four three-base swipes last night and .QJthey were beauties. Nelson placed his Q! between left and centre and Showal- ijter his between centre and right. Q i Seidenbecher and Evans put their I lusty swats to deep right over 35 5 becher, Evans, Showalter sacrifice hits, Evans; stolen :bases, Wray, Davis, Green, Gorrill, Beguin, Jameson; struck out, by Gorrill 11, by. Prink" 2, by Fortune 5 hit by pitcher, Evans; base on balls, off Frink oft Fortune off Gorrill 2 bali, Gorrill. .Umpire McCarty. .SALIENT POINTS Lethbridge was fortunate in win- ning the game. Bow Island had plen- ty oi runners on the bases and tal- lies seemed certain, hut the visitors' chances were nipped in the bud by B '1 11 4! fieHer's head, Seidy's going high over bits-Seiden- tne football goal. The boys who 'participated in both games opine that Gorrill didn't esjual his performance of Monday, when he set-the Macleod team down with less than three good hits, but he was gen- erally master of the situation and appeared to he equal to all occa- sions. He is the best box artist that Lethbridge has sported in a number of years and the contention is being upheld that Lethbridge can .win with a good pitcher on the firing line. The local record oi games won and lost this season is three victories and one defeat. off at Winnipeg and Calgary rcst on the way so they gej.. nttla Drdctice. The Brampton team has been in strict training for over a month, and will be well looked after on the trip. Vice-President Tbauburn will be in charge ot the party, while several of the executive will also make the journey. The citizens o! Brampton'have rais- ed all but S30I) of the amount re- quired to make the journey, and it is expected that this will be forth- coming in the next lew days. The boys are a credit to the town and can be depended upon to give a good TRAINING AT MACLEOD R. Lamb, Montana Horseman, Has Two Fast Start Them at Lethbridge :Macleod1, Lamb, a well-known horseman of Eklaua, I Mont, is at the. track here, with a WESTERN CANADA BRONKS SHUT OUT Calgary, Juno Six North- couple of 1'aat ones, which lie-wKl rup shut out the Bronks and the Utnrt at the various race meets in tho score against the home team would West this summer. Jessie B., have been much larger, but for eligible for the pace classes. !ian.t fielding behind Eoomis. Saskatoon 481 Calgary 033 N'orthrupiand Walters Loomis and Kuhn. account, of themselves. All the lacrosse fans ESKIMOS WIN A GAME Edmonton, June Eskimos broke their losing streak by-defeating the Red Sox in a fine hitting game. while Girl can start in any class. Probably their first start 'will be at the Lethbridge Fair races. WILLIE RITCHIE SAILS Champion Off to London Where He Will Meet Welsh on July 4 will be pulling lor Brampton. They j are one of the greatest, little ama- teur teams that was ever gathered together, and have ah excellent chance of bringing the cap -tsct to the east. .______________ Nordyke made two in Ontario ijn five runs. Edmonton BUSINESS MEN, ATTENTION! Barley-Davidson Motorcycle Truck f.o.b. Milwaukee duty pi PRIEST f.o.b. Milwaukee duty paid 51T 6th St. South Phone 1856 Rhodes, Ryan and Roth Sinnett, Clayton and Lcmieux. Medicine Hat at ;ain, rain. driving i New York, N.Y.. June I considerable jockeying, the Kitchie- 4jtt'fisl> championship fight was sewed up today. Forfeits havy been posted and Ritchie will sail for Europe today on the Aqultanla, accompanied by Ms manager, Ernil Tlilry, and several friends. The match will be staked at t'ne London Olympia on July 4. Moose Jaw, NATIONAL W. L. Pet. New York Cincinnati Pittsburg St. Louis Chicago...... Philadelphia Brooklyn 3oston 21 20 16 .005 .586 LOOK HERE BASEBALL MEETING There will be a meeting of the play- ers and the executive committee of the local -baseball club tills evening at the Dallas Hotel at 8 o'clock. Im- portant business. pound, and 175 pounds went at this figure. At least 200 dozen oi eggs were sold at 25 cents, C whole mut- ton carcasses were cut in the old- fashioned way and sold at from 14 to 17 cents a pound, an average of 8 cents a. pound below the market; 14'whole-porkers went at tho rate of 12 cents a pound for the finest cuts and 5 cents for the smaller cuts, an average of 6 cents on the market, while each farmer made about a cents a pound more than the local butch- ers -would Tiave paid. One ton of po- tatoes sold at the rate oi ton less tbnn the wholesale market. There were a few live chickens and turkeys offered at a reasonable figure, and they were snapped up in.a jiBy. No green stuff was. offered, and it .is this sort of produce that is the hard- est to get; There' is "A good market for any amount gi those-who bring it in are assured of a .sale and good prces. Anyone living out- oi town can consign, to Mr. with oi a good return. In all this rush there were only twelve farmers 'represented. Seven cases 61 butter 'were sent in from Raymond, also six 'cases of eggs, Iaybu.tt. and Stirling contributed ome, and some of tlie towns on the ist line sent small consignments. All that is asked on the part the market men, is a little leewa] allowance far the great demand made upon them. As soon as the sup ly is located they will he able to accommodate every buyer, and with intire satisfaction. It is possible that if the business varr'ants, a subsidiary market wil! )e opened on the north side in ordci ihat the N.orth Lcthhridgo peopli may get the advantages without in convenience. At the present time however, they will have to comi after the goods. When regular sourci of supply is locatsd anil established tlie market will he brought to them .477 I" AMERICAN Philadelphia Washington............... Detroit Louis Boston Chicago 23 New York 18 Cleveland............ FEDERAL Baltimore 25 Buffalo...................... 23 Chicago 2G Indianapolis 22 Brooklyn 20 Pittsburg 21" St. Louis................... 23 2 Kansas City 22 2 CHAMPION BULUDOQ DEAD New York, N.Y., June pion Hewlett King Orry, rated as one of the best English bulldogs, in Am- erica, Is dead at the kennels of his Australian motorcycle star rig owner, Charles P. Boju's' l-ir.ds- Kuli in his leather suit, stool chain downe Pa. Kill" Orry 'was valiied at musk, nnil liolmot which li uses in Ions 50 to 100 mllo events. The Black Tulip having at last bee developed, there still remains a hop Iliat some flay the White Sox ma; an outfielder who can hit. A LUhKTcilht, peco Poiotci A-R.R-CW XTQ.LLAR CATARRH OF THE BLADDER ONTINUED PROM FRONT PAGE nly' that every community In restern, Canada "Would take the same ctlve and Intelligent Interest in it B your people." Bankt Are Beady to Advance The bank has assumed an attitude n tie whole matter that has encour- ged and greatly laclUtated the work- ng out or the iilan, la itiilcb. Mr. rymner, manager of local branch f tbe BanH of Commeroftf-and-PreBl- ent Slamoch hire ieea. in. trumental. The whole flan, was laid concrete form before Mr. Brown, upcrintendent of central western ranches of the Canadian Bank ot at Winnipeg, and ne found objection to the advances being made on-the farmere' notes to an, un- ncorporated association against tho guarantee of responsible cltU >ni. Signing Up The matter was 'brought to a head ,st nlgbt iby the following resolution, oyed by F. W. Downer, seconded by W. Harriett, without a iBBenUng voice: "That the Lethbrldge Board ot Tade, having heard the rOrart of the ommlttee, consisting of the presi- ent, Mr. S. S. Dunham, Mr. A. B. Stafford, Mr. It. V. and Mr. R. T. Brymner, which appointed. ,y tlie Bural Relations committee, to ormulate plans for assist- ance to farmers in the Letfcbrldge die- rict to enable them to into, and their operalons in livestock, 0 as to further mixed farming and ivestock operations for the mutual benefit of the city ot Lethbridge and he district adjacent; "It la resolved, that tne form .of agreement for the Lethbrldge live- stock guarantors, dated June 12, 191-1, as submitted to tllo Canadinn Bank of Commerce and approved by them, bo circulated among the citizens of Letl.- rltl-e and surronndlng district for the signatures of guarantors, so that the trustees.named in the agreement, .Mr 0 R. Marnoch, Mr. A. B. Staf- ford, Mr. Wm. Oliver and Mr. A. M. vlarshall, may now take such steps as mav seem expedient to tliuso trustees to aid the-farmers near Lethbridee to their operations In livestock. "That a committee, consisting o I'. nowner.W.J. Nelson, O.BJIac- kay B. N- lllsinbotliam, A. 1-1. h and ft 3. Sehl, be appointed to at- to the matter ot sotting guar- antors' signatures." NOT MUTUAL FRIEND WALLACE Portland, Ore., Juno Fielder Jones, of. the has appointed George Wheel- er it became tcSiy, nifo Wheoler 'ivas manager of tlio, Fresno team of the California Stato league, which recently disbanded. The Senate adjourned tho other day for lack oi a quorum because CO per cent, oi senators wcro at lira ball game and an examination ol the gate receipts proves that, at least 10 per cent, of that 00 per cent, must have had passes. That scientist, who discovered Uiat the human soul weighs threc-qunrtcrs 01 an ounce is lucky that IHJ didn't try to weigh'that of a liaiahall mat- mile. ;