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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TI.lt LETJIBRIJM3K DAILY HEBALD .Saturday. Jumv.15; J E R R T: H E M BUTTS IN: WRONG ikLLTHE LOfcAL AND WORLD'S FO REM08T EVENTS FOLLOWING IN HIS FATHER'S FOOTSTEPS LEVERET DEVEBER GAIN! "DISTINCTION WITH THE OAR AT OTTAWA Leveret S DeVeber is following In tne footsteps ot his father, Senator "-seVeber. The Senator in his young fitis one of the best known o raasi'In the maritime provinces. The handled an oar until this spring at Ottawa, Ont. Evidently in herited Instincts at the Ot tawa': Rowing Club's .spring regatta last Saturday he was a member of the crew which -fton the four oared championship of-the club. VANCOUVER CLUB GET PURCHASE MONEY Bill Player Sold to Eoiton Died Be- fore Being Tried put Cincinnati, Ohio, June Ni- .tional-'Baseball Commission handed down a decision in a cage todav, which it had decided prellouslv The Vancouver-chib had sold a player to the Boston club, who the first ''installment. Then Boston sold him 'to -the; Sacranrento club, but the player did not report to the latter 'Vancouver club asked for balance on contract but the Commission, holds that Boston paid for the'.'privilege of trying out the playef, and that the Sacramento club was deprived of this privilege by tht act GIBBONS AND CLABDY OFFERED OOOD MATCH Mike Already Signed and Jimmy Ex pected to Do So on Arrlvtl Buffalo T, -June-14 bons. the St. Paul boxer, has signed articles today to meet Jimmy Clabby, of Milwaukee in a ten round bout here on July 4. .Clabby is now on his way from Australia, and it is thought will lose no in signing the articles. McFARLAND TO TAKE IN OLYMPIC GAMES New York, June Me- FarJahd, the Chicago scrapper, an- nounced today that he will sail on Saturday for Europe, to 'be gone ab- out two months. McFttrland declares the' be more in the nature of a pleasure Jaunt than a business ven- ture, and he will do hnt little, if any; fighting white abroad. Packey will spend some time In Sweden, taking in the Olympic games. SAM McVEY AFTER JOHNSON OR FLYNN Athletics in Lethbridge are in a Deplorable Condition So a Writer to the Herald Intimates-Takes a Shot at the Y. M. C. A.-Has Some Suggestions to Offer for Bringing Out and Developing Local Track and Field Talent BASEBALL IN THE BIG LEAGUES Results of Games The Sporting Editor, Heiald Dear last evening's .edition of your valuable paper, I read .the article relating to the Olympic tnala and jour quotations from the Winnipeg Free Press It stated that the Western athletes were making a good showing and surprising the people in the east, that the west has so good ones Nov. it rather strikes me, that if the west, Including the province of Al berta and this citj In particular, were to encourage and foster track athletics and field team which has gone east would be one of which we could be proud. A.Crack at the "V What are our t M C A's doing in the summer months' Does their pphcj onlv ev-tond as far as gim work, basket ball and lawn tennis' Wh} don't1 they encourage track work and field .athletics? If they had a system of weekly or sa-v 4 or o events on the program each week fortnight. One evening they could run off the 100 yards, etc., put- ting the shot and high Jump. Next meeting 440-and mile, and broad jump, giving three points for first place, for second and one for tkiid Bring cut the Talent ices and men not excelling could be gn en handicaps and at the end of the season the men who have the greate-t number of thejrfcredit could be given 'a gold medal for first, silver for second ind Inbnje for third lomethmg along these lines would or ing out new talent and Improve we now have Perhaps if sports in general were roused up in this citv, the youth would not be tempted to wander to the twilight region and drink hooze What has come, over the sport lovers of this ciU flie> do leern to back clean sport, organise it or help it out financially hat better publicity can a city get than a winning team of an; kind t LacroaM il Dead 8th, also, the cars will be used for the sawe purpoee. Jane J7th wll! be a nmch better date for everybody, Is a bad time for clerks business men to lecve Allen is on his roan to-Gal- VTT will HOP o" at Chicago, Tor- into Winnipeg en route He will utart tralnina al Calgary immediately upon his arrival here. ONE-ROUND HOGAN QM WAY TO 'FRISCO Naw York, -June Hotan, the California HghtwelfW, Is on hli way to San Francisco, today. Hogan expects to land a match in Cullfprala, with either Willta Ritchie or Brown, or possibly OhsnWoH LOCAL LIGHTWEIGHT To Harry Boyd, of Coutw, at Seven persons Earl Welsh, the local light weight, who cleaned up Tils class in the boxing tourney held he-e last is going to hex Harrj Boyd of Colitis, at Seven Persons on Domimon'Day Welsh has a "powerful kick in eflther hand, his opponents usually lose by the knockout route fkout AH Sold tyM daw dwUertfcafea anddubi A Punk Oirne Cleveland, June won its fifteenth successive game to dsy, defeating .Cleveland 11 to 8 Blanding and Kahier were knocked off the rubber, Baskette being the on ly Cleveland pitcher who effect ive.' Score: eland 004 OSS 8 M 3 Washington 010 332 12 4 Brooklyn 11, St 2 T3rookljn, Jurie non 11 to 2 hecause 'RucXer was at his best Bi esnahan used four pitchers to stem -the avalanche of base. hits and passes, but only Dale, who finish- ed out had fair success Wheat made four hits in as man) times at bat St Louis 000 000 281 Brooklyn 101 150 12 2 American New York :Won in .Tenth St Louis, June 14 home run by Zinn, followed by a single, a stolen base and another single in the tenth, gave New York the opening game ot the aeries with St. Louis this after- noon, 7 to 5 The visitors ran the bases to suit themselves. New York 300 060 021 7 15 1 St Louis 300 Oil 000 Flshei, Quran and Street Mitchell, Brown and Krichell. Tigen Won in Ninth Detroit, Jane won to day's 4 to 3, scoring the win ning run in the ninth inning on Gam or s triple and Mroiarity's single Br rors gave the Athletics two of their three runs Philadelphia 100 001 381 Detroit 200 000 483 Bender and Thomas, Wlliett and Onslow. Victoria Spokane Vancouver Seattle Tacoma Portland Ruin at Chlcigo Chicago, June White and Boston were unable to play to diy on account of lain luternatinnsl Newark 2, Providence 0. Montreal d Buffalo 0 BalMmoie 10, City 2 Rochester 4, Toronto 1. Association Columbus' 7, Milwaukee 3. Toledo vs KanaKs City, rain. St. Paul vs. Louisville, rain. Indianapolis vs Minneapolis, rain Cunadiau Berlin 10, Hamilton 6. Ouelph 19, St. Thomas 2 Pelerboro 3, London 1, Brentford 10, Ottawa 9 Central International Superior 2, Winnipeg 1. Grand i'orks DulUth, rain; Northwestern Seattle 3, Vancouver'2. Ticoma B, Victoria (I. Portland vs Spolikne, rain Standings Today National New York Pittsburg Cincinnati Philadelphia St. Louis Boston Brooklyn W. L. 37 9 26 20 26 21 28 23 20 24 23 30 16 34 15 30 American Boston Chicago Washington. Philadelphia Detroit Cleveland New York Louis 32 20 33 20 33 21 26 21 26 M 22 27 17' 30 14 37 Association American asociation fi. Columbus 41 .21 Toledo 37 20 Minneapolis'...... 37 21 Kansas City 29 29 Indianapolis......... 2n 3u St. Paul............ 3u 36 Milwaukee 21 37 Louisville...... 19 International Rochester Baltimore Jersey City Buffalo Newark Toronto Montreal Providence 31 16 27 21 26 23 22 21 22 27 21 26 21 26 IS 28 Northwestern 29 26 26 29 '.iS 2g 2S 27 as 26'. 30 BLf 554 549 4a5 43' 320 334 Four Clubs Enter the District Football League Tho schedule for the South Alberta Football league is being drawn up, and will be submitted to the four :eams entered within the next days. The contestants this year will be Taber, Orassy Lake, Mncleod and one team from Lethbridge, the Sons of England. S.'O.'E .FOOTBALL CLUB GOING TO FRANK JULY 1at The S.O.B.P.C. at their meeting held last night decided -to accept the invita- tion of the Frank Football club to play a.'match-in that town on July 1st. Fraak la having quite a. sports day on the holiday and already quite a num- tter have expressed their intention accompanying the Sons' on their trip into.the mountains CATS PAW: fTroad jof t Step safely. CATS PAW RUBBER SOLES Eaibodf patented features of Paw Heels, CLIFFORD SIFTON'S HIGH JUMPER WINS London, Juno the Richmond Horse Show, Hon. Clifford Sifton'e Confidence wpn the high jump, clearing elghl feel five Inches. O WARNER WON AT GARDEN CITY MAGRATH HAD BIG BUNCH OF ERRORS AND WERE EASY VICTIMS Magrath, June swoop- ed down on the Garden City yester dav, ami while in the burg trimmed the local baseball aggregation, with sickening easiness, Hie, score ranging here around thirteen to fi tt was some game, and one that the spectators don't like to seo There e altogether too many errors nade, and there was very little com- playing done by the home- yters. Magrath hail a new pitcher in the box bv the name of Douglas.' :He twirled a fair, game, but was, not juen the nrcpssarj backing the spit ball fiend, was on .the firing ine for Marnei, but he batted prett) freeh bv the local sluggers however, pitched a brilliant game, and is well worth special men- tion Magratb started shut- ting them out in ,tho first without a ook at first.'In ".the last two innings 3eazley supplanted Douglas in the 'j and for two straight innings a Warner l.id got past first It Dcaslev had been on the job all through the ganie- Magrath would probably have done much better. Warner has a winning team, but Ma-grath is not discouraged, and the ocal fans big things in mind yet. McORAVV OUT FOR NEW RECORD Thinks Giants Will Eoiipee the Cubi' Mark of 116 Wine Manager McGraw of the New York National league baseball club -believes ils team this year will hold up a new major league record for games won The record is nov, held b} the Chicago Nationals that won 116 games in 1806. The Boston Nationals were the first win more than 100 championship ames, when they captured 102 in 1892 The New York team hod 106 lories in 1904 .aTid 105 In 1906. The Chicago Cubs after their record break ig performance in 1908 won 107 ..i 1907 and 104 m 1910 The Pitts burgs took 110 games in 1900 The Philadelphias are the only league champions to pass tie century mark Thes won 102 games in 1910 and lOo last jear v, Vn the New York Nationals finished the season with 99 victories to their ore dlt. MARKETS RAINS DROP WHEAT PRICES Chicago, III., Juno 'rains ill North 13akc-tn turncrl prices down today. Other section) of Iho Northwest'were, also'benafit- ed, us was most of the winter crop hclt. who had noted tlml the imirkot had sold lower every clny this week, and who, therefore, hoped for a rally were disappointed. The opening varied from cent lower to i4 September started nl 104 to IOIM. ranging from .U cent to is cent advance, and declined ta London, June the closest cricket match so far this season, Lei ceatershlre defoated Warwickshire by thiee runs, Middlesex defeated York- shire by four wickets THE COMPLETE SUPPLY HOUSE Cyclone Chain Hoists and Trolleys (Most simple and efficient hoist ma tic. Lot us show you our stock; one-half I o five ton ,in throe designs now in stock The Western Supply Equipment Co., Ltd. Phone 1044 112.4th south. RICE 4 WHALEY's' WEEKLY MARKET LETTER Winnipeg, June tnoso yards for the past week: 5Sfl cattle, 1W calves, .2522. hogs.and 5UO sheep 'and lambs. There was a big failing oft in receipts of cattle this week..' Among the supply was about 13 ern cattle, of whlcli about ten cars were shipped east. The choice drs fed cuttle linvo met with a good do- maud, several loads touching 7.25, The majority of the cattle from local points are beginning to show consid1 erable grass, and we would adviss shippers to look out for a. big chang-a in prices on this Class. finished; cattle .will likely sell well for the next week or so, bil't we would caution shippers to. hold back ..cattla that ore not suitable for good butch' crs The -biggest change'; in .the inarkel this week has been Therd considerable outside, demand and quite a few bulls sold from 5.25 ta 5S5, with the good bologna kindd from 4.60 to 4.To. It is not likely that these -prices will hold, as, the eastern markets look lower, as the warm wea- ther advances. Choice' milkers and springers sell, ing about steady. Common and small cows now wanted, We quote as follows, delivered, fed and watered Best milkers and springers, 48.00 to G5.00; common to medium milkers ind springers 2700 to 3800, evtia choice steers aud heifers, -12001bs. up, 6.75 to 7.25: choice butcher steers ant! heifers, G.60 to to good but- cher steers and heifers, 6.00 to G.25; good -to choice-butcher, cows, ,5.60 ta .6.00; heifers, 4.73 to 5.25: common cows, 3.50 to 4.25, beat "hulls, 5.00 to 5.25; common to medium bulls, 3.50 to .4.25. The supply of hogs continues lib- eral, but th-a quality of the hogs this ueek bus hardh been up to that previous weeks The majoriU of tbfj choice hogs sold at 9 cents, with ll liberal .cut on stags and roughs. :Ses< terdny. afternoon's market, saw the packers bidding 25 cents per1 him' dred lower, and the bulk 'of the offer- ings sold at 8.75 to D. Today's mar- ket is practically on an 8.75, baais, and if the -receipts continue -heavy 'we are looklug for a still.further drop in next week's market, and we would advise our shippers to buy their hogs to sell here from 8.50 to 8.75. The market on veal calves this wesk was strong, good veals selling from 6.50 to -with the ..medium kinds from 6 to 6 25 SATURDAY'S GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg, Man., June gram markets opened and closed to- day as follo'ws Wheat Open Closs July 107% 307'i October "S4 Julj I5'i El. No. 1 Feed, .July 44% .44% Julj 312 211 Caih Prices No 1 Northern 106 No 3 Northern 103% No 3 Northern 100 No 4 No 5 M'4 No C 63 Oats- No 2 C 4-t't No I C W Ex No 1 Feed 14 K No 1 Feed No 2 Peed 41 212 191 No 1 N W No 1 Manitoba Rejected Minneapolis Wheit Open Closs July 110H 109'. September 104 103'i December 10414 104 W Chicago Wheat Open Close v 106K 10654 September 104W tOB% December i 104J4 IRKENHEAD CATTLE MARKET Liverpool, Tune nosera a Co., Liverpool, cable'today that there vieie very few cattle for laic in HIP Birkenhead market, and ovilng to thf extreme shortage generally, good qual Itv cattle were dearer, whilst ,othei sorts steady Hay fed ranch ers from 14% to l-o'i cents' and Ca nadlnn steers from 16 .to 16% cents per pound. Local Pige 11 r ;