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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TirE Monday, Juiiti 17, 1913 ALL THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOST EVENTS BASEBALL IN THE BIG LEAGUES POLO TOURNEY AT_COWLEY NORTH FORK 1ST TEAM DE- FEATED MACLEOD 2ND N. F. TEAM LOST Cotv'Iev, June polo tourna- ufcui. Oi'ttueu Vcaieruwy a great array oC talent. Today it is raining. At two o'clock Maeleod and North Fork I. team, started-off. It ivas the best game of the day; some of the best players the West taking part. The North Fork team was victorious by a score of 6 to 4. .The winning team was composed of Harry Gunn, Hagh Pettlt, Bert Connelly and Rollb Burn. As the Cowley team were unable to get ponies they 'were forced to with- draw. Their place was filled by a second team from the North Fork. This team naturally would be of an inferior grade, but when pitted ag- ainst the Pincher Greek bunch, they shbtved.-.tliat they Trere running s close second to the first team. The score was G to-1 Jn favoir of Pincher. The uneven score does not. indicate the play, but. the timely hitting of the old hands was responsible. final was to pulled "today between' the two above- named winners, but the rain has caused it to be postponed. The play, ers ars.not in _the least put out by not 'being able to play today. The rain that caused the delay is proof that the best year for crops that on record in Southern Al- Although there, was .a certain am- ount of "moisture the rain was badly needed. The rain that has already fallen assures a crop fcr this year. The Polo Ball, head in the hall on Friday evening, was a grand affair. A'large crowd of visitors were pre- Kent from Maeleod, .Pincher Creek, HiHcrest and The hall was packed .to its_ utmost capacity. The music 'was furnished by'the Blair- more orchestra, and was well liked. Th-a extras were furnished by the lo- orchestra. "W, C. Robinson, who has been in Calgary for the past six weeks, .re- turned home on Saturday. He has been undergoing a special'treatment for rheumatism. It has failed to dis- appear, ;and Mr. Robinson is. about as bad aa when he left. Two U, S> Olympic Sta W. J. Kramer and E. Erickson are two athletes' who will represent Un- cle Sam at the Olympic games in Stockholm, Sweden. Kramer is a per- sistent .plugger and has won many hard tace Erickson is a brilliant high jumper, v Brown-Green Duo Wins American Ladies' Ten- nis Championship BANK CLERK'S DARING RESCUE A CANOE RACER UPSET IN TORONTO BAY AND WAS ALL BUT DROWNED Philadelphia, Mary Broirvn, of California, today won the American lawn tennis championship in singles, by defeating. Miss Se of Boston, in the final round of Women's National Championship 6 to 4, 6 to 2 In the women's doubles, final round, Miss Brown, of California, and Miss Green, of Philadelphia, .beat Mrs. Barger of Xew York, and Mrs. tschmidtz, of Englewocd, N. J., 6 to 6, 5 to 7, 6 to'O. This mak-ss Miss Brown and Miss Green the American double champions for 1912 'Packey McFarland Has a Welterweight Bout for July 3rd Cincinnati, June 15. Matchmaker Bryan, of the Price Hill A. C. announced lait night that he had eigned Packey. McFarland, the Chic- ago lightweight title claimant, and Eddio Randall, a welterweight, to fight ten rounds here on July 3. The b'out T arena the evening. The bout will be the ffrst open air fight contest held in Cincinnati. Toronto, June ;15. The Balmy Heach, Regatta: came very close, to the scsi'e cf a tragedy hen a man in canoe was upset and sank from ;w Richard Mevin, a }0itog clerk in the Bank of Hritish. North Amer- ica, ed his courage The sea oft the heach club quarters tough and so choppy a one that when the'Junior i scullers went out, one of the Smith, plow- ed into one of the roughest ones and was upset. "The rest of the racers went there was no dan- ger, hut Smith instead of swimming to his canoe, tried to make his wa> to the shore He was a couple ol hundred -yards r'pffj the beach, and when about half Wy to the land he :sud' denir threw up his hands and sank Meun was on shore He jumped in to a canoe and went to the rescue. Smith hari. sunk in about. 15 feet of water, but Mevin dove and brought :iim to the top.VOh account of Smith being a heavy man his rescuer was obliged to let .him go, but after vin had recovered -his breath he dove again and lor the second time fcrou Smith to the surface bv which time a man in a boat reached them and brought both to shore. take place in the open air of the Hippodrome Park, In GOOD AND RUM LACROSSE GAME VANCOUVER LOST TO NEW WESTMINSTER FAUCIAL, EXHIBITION Vancouver, ,Iune 15.- dis- Results of Games National Rain Preventt Game' Philadelphia, June was no game hore between tho 1'hll- llea niut Cubs on iiceount ot rain. Eleven Innings in Rain Brooklyn, Juno St. Ixwls battled tor 11 Innings in tho ralu today, the locals winning to -I. The scoro mis tied three times. Bresnahau made a great shake up In his tcum, hut went down to detent just the same. Boston Lost tc Rsdi Boston. June made the most of Its opportunity today and I although QutbaUcil'and outfielded won organized team aim only ten men j0 three. the Held for the latter half-ot the' Vancouver went down to a Pittsburg Beat Giants iv York, June sk to 3 defeat 'at the hands of New j made it two straights over the Giants today. Tlendrix was steady after tho at Park yes-, fhvU- DonHu rtrove in Pitts- terilay afternoon, in a lacrosse burg's first four runs. Score 5-4. n which almost every quality of play vas displayed. At one inomeut tho spectators cheered loudly at a most irilliant and spectacular perform- ance, and one was American Washington 16 Straights Cleveland, June lew 'minutes later every-! made it 10 straight, winning from iving utterance to expres-! Cleveland, 6 to 5. Washington .scored, 'all their runs off Steel while Kahler SIDES of disgust, as the .game relapsed ,vas verj. u wns Cleveland's nto the slowest kind of "rag." The seventh straight defeat. ;ame at times was hard- and furious ,nd several players on both teams ost their tempers so that there were Baker Hit Home Run Detroit, June held De- troit 'to rive liits today. .The hcnss requent unnecessary applications of club was pounded hard by the AtK- ac hickory to .the.'- face and skull, won 1. In'the first inning Baker liit -'a. homer, into the right field, but scoring Collins ahead Standings Today National New York Pittsburg Cincimmtl... Chicago Phlladelplila St, Louis Brooklyn Boston W, S7 211 21! 20 28 1C -16 American Boston............. 34 Washington 34 Chciago............. 33 Philadelphia......... 28 Detroit 26 Cleveland 22 Now York............17 St. Louis............ 15 Association Columbus Toledo...... Minneapolis Kansas City St. Paul Indianapolis Milwaukee Louisville 42 3S 33 23 27 20 20 I'd .788 .575. ,058 .55.1 ,-isr. .426 .348 .314 .030 .618 .1100 .572 .440 .355 .289 .067 '.645 .634 .492 .422 .413 .378 .358 INDIAN HELPED THE CAPITALS TO WIN TWO NCW PLAVERS MEANT OF .THE' SHAMROCKS 'he game was, in fact, one of the oughest in years, auil Referee Alex. urnbull was liept bdsy handing but ic penalty checks to offenders. Ions, Griffith and J. Gifford were eni oft with cheeks that did not pro- ide for a return ionrnev, at different lases of the game-'; Ions was the rst to leave. He received a check or five minutes for what was a min- r offense, considering the rough 'play vogue, but .his temper unfortunate- ,got the best 'of he ad- ressed the referee in a way that was ot appreciated, ,and resulteo irt being hamshed for the remainder the game This uas just after the art of the second quarter. -Ions was owed bv Harrj Griffith, who struck rumpi Spring alter the bell had mg for half time. Jimmy Bifford as also invited .to rest over for the ay for using foul language, following attack- on Carter! the. third rter. Newsy .Lalonde and Pickering, both whom 'are suffering from "rough in1 other games, watched the es- bition fronr the. grand stand Alto- ither the thousand fans present ere sadlj disappointed with the owing made. of him. New York Lost Pitcher'i Battle St. Louis, June Hamilton bested Russell Ford In a pitchers bat- tle today, St. Louis winning 3 to 1, Three singles In the 9th inning brought In the winning-run. Botton Higher Chicago, June increased its lead, of Chicago today .by winning the-second game of ,the series, 4 to Central International Duluth 3, Grand Forks 1. Duluth 3, Grand-Forks 1. Grand Forks -1, Superior 3, Superior WHfriipcg' Si Winnipeg 10, Supl'frar 5 JOHNSON AND FLYNN FIGHT AT TWO O'CLOCK Las. Vegas, June H. Smith, a Chicago sportini writer, was select- ed: as' referee for the Johnson-Flynn championiahlp fight here on July -I The fight will he staged at two" o'' clock in the afternoon. Bad Weather plays.havoc with your, clothes uhy care about that' can remedy any damage which your clothing; may sustain, and small cost. No need to buy new jrarmenta when our modern cleaning and pressing methods make them look and wear like this to you The' Crown Cleaners Off Wnlty Church, Phont 474 .ngland is Strongly Represented at the Kiel Regetta London, June Kiel tta opens this week. .One hundret d twenh-tive jachts, lepiesenhng igland, Prance, Germany, Spain ilgium, Holland, .Norway, Sweden and Russia, are Centered in the .vari ous events. England .has .seventeen entries, Sir Thomas. rock in'the 23 metre class.-, All the entries in the metre class are "E lish. The Royal Thames Yacht Club has chartered a special' steamer to entertain .the and present the of :the 'Cumberland Cup, originally given fay the 'Duke of Cum barland in 1871. for ;the Cumberland Society from which the Royal Thames Yacht Club descended. Canadian London'4, Fet.cfb.oro .0. I-Iamilton at Ber'in, rain. Guelph at St j'JionTas, ram. Ottawa at Brantfqrd, rain. WESTERN CAN. LEAGUE ERRORS COST EDMONTON THE QAMP SATURDAY Edmonton, Jime to secure hits when, hits counted the most was the cause of 'Edmonton's defeat on Saturday afternoon, Hein- rich was in the. box for the locals and pitched avgood game, keeping the hits well but costly er- rors were made by the'. Infielders. Manning 'was but 'tightened In the pinches. 'Score: Edmonton .000 000 2 11 3 Red Deer 200 100 37-1 Heinrich an3' Tanguay; .Manning and Bliss. Well, T guess The .Aionso Cigar is. the best; ever, 15c, z for .Per box of 26 ..Cliara, The Elite Cigar Store Adj. Mprrli Tfitatrt 1111 Northwestern Tacoma 7, Victoria 3. Seattle 2, Vancouver 2. Spokane vs. Association Toledo 2, Minneapolis 1. Minneapolis Toledo.-1. Columbus 3. St. Paul 11, Indianapolis 11. Milwaukee il, Louisville 1. Louisville 2, Milwaukee .1 SUNDAY Indianapolis 1, St'. Paul 0. 'St. Paul -I, Indianapolis 2. Milwaukee S, Louisville 3, Rochester Baltimore Buffalo Jersey City VatL'-lr-l.- Torohto Montreal Providence Internatioiiiil 21 28 24 26 2-1 if 21 18 Northwestern Victoria Spokane Vancouver Seattle Tacoma Portland 29. 27 29 28 28 26 Ottawa, June Capital hi- crosso olub, re-infprced by the pres- ence of and Paul Jitcohs, an Indian, broke their losing streak on Saturday, and defeated Shamrocks by u score of 7 to'4.. The ganie. ;iu rain. Play 'ast, however, ami tho showing of the Capitals proved'' a surprise. Tho defence was much hotter than for- merly, and BonodU't gave a Rood ac- count of himself. Jacobs played'fast on the Uome, .but the real star of the match.was Alex. Shea, the Capital at- player, who jum-wd into play af- ter tho Shamro'ckn had scored two in succession. took great-chances, but steadied the team, and soon had the Shamrocks defence bewildered. He scored one goal on an individual rush' through four or five players, and passed the ball .to Lavello for other goals, after fighting his way into the mouth o-f the net. Shea is a big fello'w, and promises to be a sen- sation. The Capitals' took a lead .of 3 to 1 in. the first quarter, and though the Shamrocks outplayed the home team in the second quarter and closed upon them', Sliea's advent turned the tide and the irishmen were soon several goals in arrear. Line-up: Fairbalrn, East- wood, PVlngle, Shea, Sarasin, Dooley Hall, Lavelle, Harkness, Jacobs and Cummings. ShamrockB-j-Valliers, Barry, Cling- on, Dorah, McMullen, Quinn, uMunro, Angus, JlcQuarthy, M Qumn an-d Butler. and McKwrow. UETHBRIDQE Ikii'al market Grain1 prices on the today show1 a further decline., this quotations on 'uiitl meats sliii remain firm, while [he price ot liutU'r and eggs refuses to descend. On (lie local ii.nrkot lusit .Saturday Oregon cherries and. strawberries sold in large quantities. soiue OIT- gon 'asparagus is. .sellirnr 20 cents per Ib. New potatoes continue to sell at .3 ths. ror 25 cymfts. Lettuce) parsley, radishes and a few toma- toes may still he although with no further reduction in [price. No. t Northern No. 2 No. 3 Torontos Had Best of Battle in Mud in Lacrosse Tilt With Irish-Canadians Toronto, June heavy, down- pour -of rain made .it anything but ideal we'ather for lacrosse here today, when the Irish Canadians clashel for the first time this year in-a "Big The field was a: regu: lar swimming pool, and the players wallowed around like ducks. The Irishmen were first to scone, but To- roiitoc soon evened; and at 'quarter time it was two all. -The Second was all 'and 'the Blue Shirts ran in four! 'while the" Irishmen were blanked, the quarter ending Toronto 6, "Irish-Canadians, 2. -Third quarter, Toronto 6, Irish-Can- adians 2; final, Toronto 1, Irish-Can- adians 2. Line-up Harshaw, Star- shall, Powers, Stags Fitzgerald, Dan- Fitzgerald, Longfellow, Don- ihee, Kails and; Warwick. Roberts, White; Mcill-.Tr-.i-o, 'Rochford. Aspbeil, Laydon, F. Scott; H. Scott; Geo. Roberts. Referee, St. Pierre, Montn oi play, .W. Jtclntyre, Ottawa. judge 1 Alberta Red Klo. 2 .Alberta Red No. 3 Alberta Red No. 4 Allierla Red No. fl Alberta Red No. (i Alberta Red Vegetable: Potatoes, per c'w't. Potatoes, per ton Beeti, per Ib......... Carrots, 'per Ib. Turnips, :jKt Ib...... Cabbage, ner Ib..... Parsnips, per Ib..... Onions, per lb.s..... Buttsr Eggi: Dairy butter Creamery butter Eggs, (resh Bran, per ton Shorts, per ton OatB, per ton, lacked Rolled oats........ Cittle on the Hoof: Steers, per pound 0.84 (US 0.67 o.'so 0.79 0.77 0.67 0.52 1.46 to 2.00 38.00 to 36.00 0.314' .4..... o.3J4; O.SO to 0.35 0.40 to 0.46 0.3K -21.00 23.QO 29.00 0.06V, 0.06H 0.11 0.19 Cowi, per pound Cows, dressed, per, pound Steers, pound Sheep: Live, ewt. S.OO Dressijd, por Poultry: Geese, live 0.14 O.'ii 0.12 Ducks Hogi: per Ib....... 0.12 Lire, per 0.09 H.y: Cultivated hay in bulk 16.00 Hides: Green, per Ib. 0.08 to 0.09 to 0.08% Dry ........i. 0.10, to 0.15 Sheep pelt, each......i.. 0.25 to p.TS Lamb 26 to M. MINORS BEAT CUBS Baltimore Won Exhibition Game From Chicago Natlontls International Newark 8, Providence 2. Newark 4, Providence-1 Baltin ore 2, Jersey- City 0. Buffalo 4, Montreal 3. Rochester at Toronto, rain. 1 SUN'D BulTalo 1, Newark 0: Baltimore, June mores today defeated the Chicago Na- tionals by a 2 to 1, in an ex- hibition game. Score: Baltimore.. 100 260 Chicago 010 000 1-41 Dygert, Smith and Payne; Waldorf and Colter. BULLETINS OVERSEAS FOOTBALL CLUB The following-. line-up will repre- sent- the Overeseas, against the S. 0 E., on Tuesday, in; the league Sumner; Home and Paterson Cauldwcll, Mullen. and. .Halkerston; Bembridge, Thomson, Urennan, Simm and Joyce. All players are requested to be on the ground at 6.30 p.m. A practice game; mil b_e held to night on the grounds north the traffic bridge E. LINE-UP Tha S.-O. B. tentn for Tuesday's game with the Overseas will be: Farrig' and Firth.; .Wll- letts, Holberton and Lee; Bali, Ash- man, Bestwlck. Kick-off-at 6.45. Referee, J. Gurr. S. O. E.' requested to note there will bo' on the Overseas' ground tonight, -by permission. CALLIES' PRACTICE GAME A practice game of the.Callles will be played on Westminster grounds to- kick-off at 7 'o'clock.' Teams: First Banner- man and Easton (or. Earl and Mc- Whyte and Brtnnan; Knight, Llnnlnf, Tennant, McMur- e and Oliver. Second Collier and and Mc- Millan; Tennant, Douglas, ilcllvena and Kirkpatrick. Reserves, alker, Dill, and Drest at North Ward fire ball. Englishmen Fight In the Last Ditch To- morrow Night Tomorrow night's big football match atv the Athletic Park, between the Overseas and Sons of England will surely be a hummer. The Sons sot'to win this game, io be in the running for the championship, and they can be depended upon to get right after it. On the other hand, the- Overseas believe in the maxim '.'What we have we'll and will do their utmost to take the points. The at- tendance at the senior games this year has been good, azid Tuesday night's fixture 'will no donht' break the record. ENGLISH CRICKET London, .Tune warily against the Austlarians, Surrey inen could make no effective stand Jn their first innings ,toda'y being all out for 190, Hayes top score being 38 by Maeleod Had It On Taber When Rain Stopped Game Maeleod; June baseball fixture here this -evening went thTee and ohe-haK innings, and had to be called on account ot rain. The game began in a heavy drizzle, and it was thought at the time that n would stop biit it gradually de into good rain the con elusion the score 'stood 3-0 in Mac- lecd's.-favor. :Both pitchers were in the best of Murphy was on the mound for Maeleod and Gray for Tsoer. Maeleod out in one- two-thrae order tor-the first two inn- ings The third luck} for as. they scored three runs in that inning, two of them being on an error.' They were retired in short or- der in tliair halt of the fourth: Ta- ber succeeded in getting one hit off Murphj in their three times at MONDAY'S GRAIN PRICES TECUMSEHS LIGrlt LUNCH F.OR THE FRENCHMEN Montreal. June Tecnm- sehs and Nationals lined tip before a small crowd in a downpour of rajn The Frenchmen fpjinrt the -Toronto team a light lunch, and had the game all to themselves The final score was 'Nationals 0, Tecumsehs 4. Winnipeg, Afan., June grain markets open and closed today as follows: Open July......'...... 107% October 97% July............ 4514 No. 1 Feed, July----- 44K July Cath Pricei No. 1 Northern No. 2 Northern No. 3 Northern... No, 4 Northern Close ,97% 45 44 208 J07 104 100% 7414 63 THE COMPLETE SUPPLY HOUSE Cyclone Chain Hoists and Trolleys iMost simple and efficient hoist made. Let us show you our stock; one-half to five ton ,in three designs now in stock The Western Supply Equipment Co., Ltd. 1044 Strttt, South. No. :5. Northern >No. (i Northern No. 2 C. W tt No. 3 C. W. I 4214 Ex. No. 1 Feed 4314 Feed No. 2 Feed 40H Mlnnlapolli Wheit j .Open Cloae juiy. now 110% September lO-l'.t December -104% Chicago WhMt Opan Close July 10654 106% September.. 104% December 105% LIVERPOOL UIVEISTOCK MARKET John Rogen Co., .Liverpool, -cable that the tone of the BIrkenhead market the same as Saturday, and pricei may be quoted as unchanged at. 14 H to 1BV4 cents per. pound for hay fed ranchers, and 16 to .cents' for States and Canadian steers. U.S. and Canadian Teams To Shoot for Palma Trophy Ottawa June announce- ment made some time ago that Palma trophy, would be .shat for this year by .teams representing' Canada and the United. Statof. 1 It is now announced that the match will take place on Rdckcliffe ranges at Ottawa, "during second week in September or immediately after :jnc. the big meeting. The Palma tro- phy tfams, consist, of eight men and the contest will be between the six- teen best shots on the continent. It is rule of this seaaon's match, the international III feeling which arose orer-lnt conteat Svlli- entirely disappear. ;