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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S FO REMOST EVENTS HEBALD Friday, June 14, BASEBALL IN THE BIG LEAGUES DEFEAT THA SAVORED OF A LEMON Magrath Ball Team Fe Victims to Sugar Town Brigade Raymond, J une Victoria Park diamond the Magrat allegation of ball toasera i Jitnded a lemon tbit they will Ion remember, the locals coming out the contest at the good side of loora of 17 to 10. The game was no j Kilt-edge ball, but at tilnea there "w: lomethlDS doing. It all happened in the fHth. This inning to b i hoodoo to the Garden City team TOT at Warner It lost them the did In Raymond day. At the end of the fourth th stood 7-7, but in the flfth th billoon went up, and Raymond-ran In- eight runs. The ilagmth bunch strictly befuddled, and it wi: pickings for. the homostsrs. Grmvi fwrs "were entertained as to whethe they would ever be put out. Tie flfth was the hoodoo of the Gardensre. Every Raymond swattei who was up, and they were all'.up some of them twice, scored with Ura of Nye, who .was fanned It -was horrible. lost al cftstrol, and it was a puzzle to tel waere' they were going to slide the pill Cou'ttttoss errors, muffs and sort of thing was in evi dence, and Raymond got Magrath's loat as slick as a whistle: Unlucky 'After tie fifth both teuis tightened up and made a. whirlwind finish. Ma scored' in' the seventh, and A. Mercer and Beazley both run across the home plate in safety in the 8th. and scored for Ray: liond in the sixth, but they were shut eighth. The game was-then called on account of dark- Both- teams -made errors galore, and It was an impossible, task to keep track of them. There were several spectacular" features on both sides. Raymond made a pretty dou- ble in the third, Walker to first and Johnson to Amos, putting :two men out. A. Mercer made a pretty.one hind catch in the flfth. There was pitching done, both Beasley and "O'Brien twirling big league ball of innings. Magrath has very twirler in Beasley but he was given ro'ttun support, outside ol catcher, J.'Mercer, who was on the job all the time and handed out a.clean class of ball. O'Brien let three men walk, while Beaaley let one. "Walker fanned three men, O'Brien 4 and Beazley 7, Ths 203 Haymond___ Batteries: A. Mercer, Beazley and J. Walker, O'Brien and Skou- umpire -Williams. A BIG FEATURE OF THE FAIR Lethbridge Kennel Club st their Spring Show established for Lethbridge a roputatfon a dog: show town that is second to uoao In 'Western Canada. 'The exhibitors from the oast are now making en- quiries as io dates, etc., for "the next show which will bot hold nt the ex- hibition, grounds tho weolc of August 19th in connection with the Leth- Exhibition Association. A meeting; of the club will bo held in Room Eight, Hull Block, Saturday night at S.30 o'clock at which all mom- beri dor ftncibrs members or not are urgently requested to Results of Games National Phillies 11, Rcda 10 Philadelphia, Juno n lung drawn-out game, marked by poor work by all of tho twlrlers, Philadel- phia defeated Cincinnati today by 11 to 10. Score: Philadelphia 201 001 IS 2 Cincinnati. 013 003 M 2 Benlon, Keefc and JlcUim: Bren- nun, Alexander Oi-ahmu. Boston 6, St. Louis 'I Boston, June batted Harmon freely today and won the last game of the St. Louis scries; Tyler kept tho Cardinals' hits scat- tered In all but tho sixth. Score: Boston.....021 020 li 12 0 I St. Louis 100 003 4 10 0 ANOTHER WITH CRACK PLAYC ONLY ONE ARM The a missing left arm hich was amputated after a stree pcident when -he was three year Id, has not: prevented Frank Mur hv, j of New City, from becom ng one of the.hest amateur hall play rs.on .Washington Heights. Murphi a pitcher and z left fielder of the torch'of the Incarnation .nine. Hi ads the team in batting and base unning :LOSE SOCCER MATCH IN THE -lillcrest Beat Burmis by I to 0 Good Turnout of Spectators Army Will Have to Obey or Beat it Home Toronto; June Knox of tbe Canadian Olympic team wired the centra! committee here this morning that Army Howard, the colored Winnipeg sprinter, had re- to obey instructions to train- ing. The committee immediately that.unlMi Howard plactd him- self under hii-direction in tralnint in In things he was to send him home. Howard .insists on a pe- culiar diet. Ktrr Can't bt Duplicated Nobody will replace Bobby who his declined to go because of lack of form: in fact Canada hat no good sprinter to in place. JACK NUTT LOOKING FOR AN OPPONENT Jack NuU. writing from Cran- challenges any lightweight in the country tor a baut_ here or any other place, winner to take all gate or a side bet Is favorable. Kutl's mslfht ii 135 pounds. Well, I guess yes! The Alonso Cigar is -the best ever, 15e, 2 for Per oox. of 25 .Cigars, The Elite Cigar Store Adj. Morris Thtptrt Phone 1311 Burmis, Alia.', June a rgo number of spectators from Hill eat, Bellevue, Passburg and Burmis rned ;.6ut- witness the Southern ibsrra' League 'game played at Bur- is, between Hlllcrest and 'Burmis. The game ended in Hiilcrest's favor the' score "of- one to nothing Jack Oliphant of Bellevue acted as feree and called the game at -5.30. Burmie won -the to play with the .wind in their favor. the play, Hillcrest being on the de- fensive most of the time. Some, nice runs were milde-by the Burmis for- ward rank, made a constant bom barfcnant 'of .the HiHcreat goal, .and on erftl occaaioqs had pretty hard lints in not "scoring. Towards the end of tlw first half Skllllag scored for Burmis but the goal was disal- lowed on account :of being ottiidi. Half time arrived witn the teams standing even, no goals being credit- ed to either vidt, Pitying Stronger The second half being resumed seemtd to- put more vigor into the and although the Hill- crejt forwards mule repeoted at- tacks on the Burmis goal th'ey'were unable to score, until about fifteen mUtites I'rom time, when from a well thned-pass Rochester scored for Kill- crest; Some nice aways were nade by the Burmw but owing, to the wind, which had in- in vtlocity, were unable to carry, the kill very far, although once or the Hillcrest goa.1 came pretty .near, falling. The game 'was clean and rousing right through, arid some pretty foot- hill was played by both teams, none of them having on each other, ,-icd.: possibly a draw would would have represented The up of the teems as follows: Dawson, Adlam, Galues Petrle, Wataon, I Adlam, OrlBishtw, Knowles and IRON SPRINGS SHUT OUT BY TABER Defeated Nine Failed to Secure Hit off-Pitcher Duggan Tnber, June today enter- tained the Iron Springs ball team, for the second time, and succeeded shutting them out. This too in spite of the fact that the celebrated Pulley was catching (or the visitors. Taber iiad the game cinched in the second innings, a-ad did not put forth their jest efforts after ihat, as Iron 'Springs seemed to be all at sea after then. They did not give up, but they did not make nearly as good a showing as on the occasion of their former visit. rn the 7th inning Grey, of Taber, was hit on the nose by the ball, being obliged io go out of the game. Wing instituting. Glendenning did not play, 'Barbour taking his place for the !irst itime. Tbe umpiring was neither iide got any thereby. Er- irs'were in evidence, and: helped to make things exciting 'at times. A arge crowd was present, it being the veekly half-holiday, and nipet of them ieemed to enjoy the game. Roy Lee's unassisted dq.uble play was ,the feature of. the game. -Dug- gan pitched excellent ball, and Iron iprines failed to hit him afall. H. H. E.! 'aber 7 ron Spnnes 0 0 Double plays, Roy Lee, Lee, R. Lee, Farrar. base it. C. .Green. Duagan bj Noble 10 Base on balls off luggaii 1, off Noble 1. Tyler and Cowdy; Harmon. Coyer, Steele and Bliss. O'Toole Beat Brooklyn Brooklyn, June pitch- ed his first game in lirooklyn today, and only allowed three clean hits, shutting out iho locals. Scoro: Pittsburg 000 00-1 5 12 0 Brooklyn 000 000 07 O'Toole and Kelly: Miller. Tingling ami Outclass Cubs New York, June York made it three straight out of four from Chicago, here, -today. Mathew sou had the better o-; Cheney In. a pitcher's battle. Score: Chicago 000 001 2 ti 1 New York 000 021 71 Cheney and Archer; Mathewson and Myers Standings Today National W, Now York 37 Pittsburg........... Chlciigo Cincinnati Philadelphia...... 20 Louis 23 Boston is M Pet .823 .BBI! SB -21 -.544 '.540 .4118 .443 .327 .319 S.01 SECOND TEAM VERY Ainerican Boston Chicago Philadelphia Detroit Cleveland.-.. New York St. Louis 20 21 20 25 22 1C 14 Association Columbus Toledo Minneapolis Kansas City Indianapolis St. Paul Louisville 40 37 37 29 American Athletes beat Tigers Detroit. June won the opening game o.' the series, 4 to In the fifth inning, the visitors bunched three hits with n triple. Score: Detroit....; S J Philadelphia 1.00 030 9 3 Works and Onslow: Plank and Egan. Rain at-St. Louis St, Louis. Ameri- can league'game'fier'e' today between St. Louis York, was" pre- ented by'rain. Rochester Baltimore Jersey City 3uffalo Toronto Newark Jlontreal Providence International 30 Victoria Vancouver Spokane Seattle Tacoma Portland Northwestern 27 2li .566 .472 ,1511 .348 .280 .tint', .600 .638 .500 .417 .369 .352 Git .554 .542 -i2t .457 4J 43) .400 COLEMAN BEAT LILLE ELEVEN 4 TOO Hillcrest Leads Football League of the Pass Towns v 'elebrated Pitcher Coming Back to City Fisbtr, PaiKtt, Canon, aievtns, Skwin. L. C. Dr. Mitchell, '.Skllling, Farnworth an4 Phil. Lezie, the celobra-ted Western Canada league pitcher who was attaclied to the Leth- bridge professionals for two sea- sons will likely be acquired.'by. the Lethbridge district leaguers for the balance of the season. Lezie ha-3 been playing for. Barons in which vicinity he has bean buying grain since he quit ball last fall. This grain -buying sea- son is'now over for him and he is desirlous of locating: in Leth- bridge until there is something do- ing In his line again In-spite of the fact that Western Canada teams have been after him all sea- son- and -have offered him a good salary, -Lez' -would sooner come here for nothing and play amateur ball. That league, north doesn t look good to him He will endeavor to procure a position not be eligible to play in -tonights game at the nark the locals cross Pin- oher Creak. He must reside here fifteen days before playing. Chicago JiTnTV-Jujiug on a Colonial. him 13-Coleman de ram soaked field cut Bos 'i alert Lillo In a scoir 01 1 0 in a ton's lead down to on-j full game to- j Southern Alberta League game here ,y. Umpire" Sheridan'chased eight! on Wednesday evening. Despite the nerabers. of the Boston-team out of inclement weaUler which jireyailed, a tho park for Score: j Chicago i Boston piotestlng a decision reurcienlatnc crowd Oil 900 S 10 000 O'O 2 Waslh and Collins and Ca-, rlgan Washington Keeps It Up Cleveland. June scored th-a thirteenth victory its Western, trip tcday, defeating Cleve- land. G to 3. Score: Cleveland .000 002 3 .7 2 Washington.. 020 6 13 1 George, Blar-dlng and: Livingstone Groome and Henry. it1 the Inch wis clean ind last I hrou-ghoul 1 hrte goals ere scored by-'Moore and one by Easton 'The rain interfered .very little with the Thi Imt-up Coleman Lille Intern sitionol 8, Buffalo 4. Newark 14. Providence 2. Jersey City 2 Rochester Vs. Toronto, ram. Association ladianapoli-3 3, Mlnneapplii! 2. Milwaukee p Columous 3 Columbus 3, iililwaukee 11 Kansas City 3, Toledo 2. St. Paul 5; Louisville 2. Central International Winnipeg 10, Superior 2 Winnipeg 14, Superior HamiKoil G, Brautford Ottawa 12, Berlin 10. London 17, Peterboro 4. St. Thomas 4, Guelph 2. Northwestern Portland 5, Spokane 2. Seattle vs. Vancouver, rain. Tacoma vs. Victoria', rain. Umpire is Man Who Can Speed up Game Lowly ami despised, the.anathema of fan and player the umpire is the man that makes play in the American league faster and snappier than that ot the older baseball major organiza- tion. At least so those who have the chance to see 77 American and 77 National league games a year In Johnson's circuit, the umpire is supreme on the field. Ben ,-may not WANTED .TO.. BE'-SURE "Hubby, you promised me a" handsome spring dress." "I know t did, hut first lot's see if we are going to have a spring be a just emperor, but he is a real Caesar. His lightest breath is im- mutable .law, and lie stands .back bis umpires. As a .result they are able to do as they .please, even to giving the pitchers tho corners of the plate. There'is not the wrangling, roling and'umpire baiting that obtains where -Lynch sits on tbe anxious seat and exercises a doubtful control, over tho If it were not that there ia more law in' the land than baseball law, fans might be treated to'the sight of "Silk" O'Lottgh- llii ordering an offending player tak- en under -the stands and batted the I pill all over -the lot. The game wet I watched bj a fairly good jlzed of spectators, who ible interest 1-1 the tilt The line up was as follows Z. Skouson, Powell Walker, Selman. Roy Skoneon and Johnson Business, Lee Roy Brewer- ton Mayor r W Evans Fettis Chr ence O'Brien, Kirkham, Fairbanks, T. 1 0 Brlen, Hoy Hrieii Umpire Ralph. THE COMPLETE SUPPLY HOUSE i Iron and Steel I ALL SIZES CARKIID IN STOCK SWEDISH, MANUFACTURED, CHARCOAL IRON, ROUND, SQUARE, FLAT, BAND IRON MIXED STEEL, TWISTED BARS TIRE STEEL, SPRINO STIEL, SLUSH SHOE STEEL TOOL STEEL, OCTAOON, SQUARE OR FLAT ALL SIZES OF DRILL STEEL COLD ROLLED SHAFTING The Western Supply Equipment Co., Ltd. 1M4 JIMth Streit, South. 0.86 0.80 0.6S 0.53 0.42 0.80 0.7il 0.77 0.68 0.98 0.42 No. 1 Alberta Ked No. 2 Alberta lied...... Wo. 3 Alberta Red No. 4 Alberta Ited 5 Alberta Red...... No. 6 Alberta Red...... Poiatoes, per cwt.... 1.4n.to2.0a Potatoes, per ton 2S.OO {o 36.00 Beets, per ib. 0.2% Carrots, per Ib.............. 0.254 Turnips, per Ib.......1......'. Cabbage, per Ib.......'.'.... Parsnips, per Ib. 0.02 Onions, per Ib............. 0.05 Butter and EBQS Dairy butter......... O.SO to 0.3" Creamery butter'...... 0.40 to 0.45 Eggs, fresh.............. 6.30 Bran, per ton 21.00 Shorts, per ton........... 28.00 Oats, per ton, sacked........ Zlj.OO Rolled oats 2U.OO Cattle on the Hoof: Steers, per pound...........O.OC14 Cows, per pound Cows, .dressed, per pound O.il Steers, dressed, per pound 0.12" Sheep Live, per cwt...........- 6.00 Dressed, per cwt. Poultry Geese, live 0-H Turkoys-..; 0.22 Chickens 0.15 Fowl 0.12 Ducks FRIDAY'S GRAIN MARKETS Mini., June ain mar'-ots opened and closed to- day as follows Open Close Jllh 108 107-i, October.......... 98 97% Oats Tuly............. -15% Feed, July 44% No. Inly 212 Cash Prices 1 Northern 2 Northern Northern N'o. 4 6 Oats C No. 3 C. .W No. 1 Feed 1 Feed NTo. 2 Feed Flax- No.'1 N. W, 1 .Manitoba lejected Minneapolis Wheat Op-en 11114 September 104'6 December 105 .Chicago Wheat ieptcmbsr 104% Jecember 44% 21 "X. 106% 101 100 M 8S i I H1. P 44V 41 208 19-1 Close 110% io4 y. 101% 106% The Red White and Blue Make Good Their Battle Cry .aseball Jootball liaskelhiill what' citimnstei SUiooi aluns on lop Monilu, I utsdai loo 'e're always Ked and Blue Again tins Inttlc crj carried dis u; into the encim s lanks, causing mi htalts to quail -ind ghe cforc the terrible nrc-catinj! Wcsl- iinsier boy of I ethhritlgc btautieb I goodh last nath- rd on giounds to wit the senior basVelhill game ol S S I ciguc brtween and Knox young ladies, the For- er winning by. the handsbrnc score 8 fo 0. the scientific- display of cleverness Inbiled b) some of the lad s was revelation to the spectators ho. found plenty occasion to give ml to their cntbusiasm. The names the players of the winners are as Hows- isB Eiln.v Atkinson, Miss M. Bav- Miss M. Hlltlcr, Miss K. Jl. kcs. Miss I. Kinlay, .Miss' L. Jas- r.iJIiss Urinkall. ;