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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL AND WOP.LO'8 FOREMOST EVENTS THE r.F.TlfttllTDflE DAILY HERALD MAY FIGHT IN BULLRING NOW Johnaon-Flynn Bout May .Not Be Permitted at Las Vegas El Paso, Texas, June will put lip a big guarantee to secure ihe John- Eon-Flynn battle for said Dick.Smith, last night when Governor announced he would do all in- his pojver to stop the' fight ai Las Veges. .Smith, with.his partner, .1. B. Uus- -sell, have the concession for rights ju tho Ja.urez bull ring. S. 0. E. Must Do or Die in Tonight's Game Chief Has Developed the Home Run Habit, The S.O-E.-Oversens soccer match tonight at the Athletic Park will doubtless draw a great crovyd. The j Overseas are at present leaders in the City League, and the S.O.E. are at the 'tool .of file ladder. This vrill be a struggle from KM first "toot" of the whistle, us each team has extra- ordinary confidence in their abilities, and .those who attend will SEC what is probably the most important match in the schedule. Jimmy Gurr will referee the game, which is called for 6.-15. Doyle. for the long club. "Big Meyers, the great In- "Laughing Larry' dian catcher'of the New York Giants, distance hitting on the Giants' developing the home run habit for [Manager McGraw thinks Meyers i fair The aborigine is competing with! the greatest catcher in the country. Summers Knocked Opponent Through the Ropes London; June Summers knocked out Arthur Everenden. in a battle (or chnmplon- slilp, nt the 'National- SporHng. Club, last night, In the "twentieth round: Evsrenden, who was an cdds-on fav- floored three times in the last round, and finally bnocked clean ihrougn, the ropea. V St. Andrew's Defeated the Wesley Nine Last Night In i Class A Sundiy School league .baseball game held last evening on the barachs grounds, St. Andrews defeat- ed the Wesley team by. a score ol 6 to 3.. It wan one of the most excit- ing games yet played and the rooters of both aides a busy evening: T. S. Mackenzie officiated as umpire and kept the boys working all the time. STEWART BEAT KENNEDY New York, June Stewart, the New York heavyweight, outfought Tom Kennedy, also of this city, In a ten-round contest at Madison Square Garden tonight. BULLETINS Lajoie Leads American League Hitters! How About the Athletics; New York Giants' Straight Wins The "American league batsmen are asain coming -into their own and are now tied with the Nationals, with 25 men in the ..300 -circle. The veteran Lajoie is leading the Americans with an average of .389, but is tiosely pressed by Speaker ol Boston and. Cobb of Detroit. Eddie Colliris seems to have hit his stride and if he keeps hitting at his present clip will he hard to keep away irom the top.; Zimmerman of., the Chicago Clubs, is still "the leading. hitter ot the Na- tionals; with' a .404 average. McDon- ald and Grant are the nominal lead- ers, --but have played in Icwcr games. Marquard-.is apparently un- beatable keeps on winning with monotonous regularity. To dale he has. won' -'13 and I .lost no games and has by fir the best. record in the Na- tional -league. Hall .ol 'Boston still leads ths Am- erican "league, with seven won and none lost. ..Vean Gregg, with the er- ratic Cleveland ''team behind him, lias four: victories, and three delcats to ".What's the with the 'Alb- is the daily question now be- ing asked by thousands of fans. Be- fore the season opened "the world's champs were touted as being, ready to jump to the top at the tap o-f the gong and inhabit that lovely -first place, until the...curtain .falls in Oc- tober. You never can Bat. Nelson Referees Boxing Bout At Winnipeg CYPRIAN'S vi. ST. ANDREWS This portpone'd .football game will be played on St. Cyprian's grounds, of the church, on "Wednesday Kick-off at p. .m CALLIEB COLTB LINE-UP The Gallic Intermediates in: their' game with the S. O. B. Intermediate Thuraday evening at the ball park will be: Mucdonald, Collier, Nfii, Crawford, Smith, McMillan, Anderaon, A. Tenna'nt, Page, Mcllvena, Fllzpat- rick, .Douilai. For the. first time since he has been member. of club. Kip Lajoie had .the .experience o! seeing an opposing pitcher pass his predcces- or at hat so'he'-could take a chance at Lajoie. There were two out, with Graney on and Olson on. sec- ond. Jackson-had already procured a triple and a sinde. Quinn of New York, pitched- carefully to him this time. IJe soon lound himself in the hole arid rather than try to get the hall over, for Joe, deliberately pitch- ed two wide ones and passed him, evidently preferring to take, a chance on Lajoie- All Larry .did was to drive in threo runs. While the Giants have won nine straight games three niiTerent oc- .Winnipeg, June Battling Kelson as relcree, Jack Dillon; of In- dianapolis, boat Knockout Brown, of Chicago, in twelve rounds of contest milling here tonight. Both men were going strong at the finish, but Dillon did most oi the rushing, and in many telling blows io .The1 last three rounds were, very .exciting; Brown going to. the .mat" .for.; the count. 'Brown played" for the body most ol the time and got in some elling blows, but he failed to scratch the Indianapolis hoy's face, while the Chicago boy wa's badly cut up. The bird and eighth rounds last, both mei! going alter each other. airly good sized greeted .the First performance, .ol National Uhletio club. Battling.Nelson is bill; id to box here on July, 1st. Well, 1 rum JM! The Alonso Clnr li. the belt rttr.'..iitiJi oi 5 ..ClfaM, 18.75., Cigar Store Adj. Mtrrli Thwtn Phont U1I they hold the record for" winning .the most games in. suc- cession. This record- goes, to the Reds, vho managed lo chalk up one more game oh'the. right side of tbe -.Tlii.s happened just before tbe team Since then 0' Day's men have lost 10 .l.hcir last. 11 games The lone victory., came, over the Car- .The longest, losing streak ,ot the Giants is ijiree; gomes. The three hc- up against "then early jh'-ihe1 season, in .tire first week when, the." stride. Since that moat (lher' hare' lost In row. is Iwp. E'ahifs, bnih dclcats com- 'at cedi. BASEBALL IN THE BIG LEAGUES Standings Today Results of Games National Marquard Ties Record New York. June Hod the record for consecutive vlo lories hore-today, when lie won cloven Innings pitchers' battle from .Marty Q'Toole. .Mni-nnnrd has now won l-l slrnlghl pvnios.- The Pltla- burgs scored n run In ihe eleventh on Wagner's triple and Wilson's sacrifice fly Tho locals won ont In their half on Murray's single, nockert triple nnrt Horace's sacrifice. Tlio game was played between thunderstorms, piny being called tor about1, ii quarter or iin hour nfler Hie fifth iunlnB.' Plltslnirg 100 020 000 -I 12 1 New York ..100 010 010 581 D'Toolo nnd ICellcy; Mai-qunrd and Alyers. Rcdi Lose Again Boston, June homo THUS r-cre iucludcd In tbe four runs which Boston scored in winning- the morn- ing game from Cincinnati, -1 to'3. Boston .....000 002 -ISO Cincinnati .020 001 3 S .1 Perduo and Kling; Humphries and McLean. American Chicago Beaten Again Chicago. June outhlt Chicago. 2 to 1. todny, and won the [innl game of'the serifs. to 1. It was Boston's third successive victory over Chicago. Garry Hermann aud three hundred and fifty members of the Elaine Club, of Cincinnati, were girests of President Ccuiisky, and.the owner of the Cincinnati club was pre- sented with a chest of silver. Score: Chicago Boston 000 000 1 .0 000 .4- 13 Walsh nnd Kuhn; Hall and Cadjv ARMY HOWARD, WINNIPEG NEGRO SPRINTER, WHO REPRESENTS CANADA AT THE OLYMPIC GAMES National New York Jlnciunutl r'ltfsbnrg Chicago Philadelphia St. Louis Brooklyn JJOHtou W. 38 so 2G '20 17 Iti Pet. .'192 L. 10 211 21 American Boston Washington Chicago Philadelphia Detroit....... Cleveland New York St. Louis...... Inlci'iiiitional Rochester llnltlmoi-o Buffalo Jersey City Newark Toronto Montreal Providence 32 17 30 23 2-1 21 2S 25 24 27 22 20 22 28 IS 31 .648 .Gil .589 .571 .461 .451 .354 .653 .500 .533 .523 .471 .458 .440 .367 Association Toledo.............. Columbus........... Minneapolis Kansas City St. Paul............ Indiaqapolls......... Milwaukee Louisville WHO WOULD STEAL SUCHAROTTEN GAME? A llasco. dignified by -Iho- of exhibited ill, Iho lollc.purk lUBl nlgliL In wiilch .-.lie In- dians wlpad tho Hold will) the C. .K It. Rntlc! Tho liullnns chilmQd Hint thoy coiildii'L play, bnll because Llic opiiosltloii was Loo weak lo give thorn an urguniG.it. Tlic rnllrond'eni icll of a steal In wlilcli tho mnplr'o robbed Ihoiii of tlio game. Thu umpire In de- fence says he doesn't aleiil and any- one who would giilliy of stealing such a rotton1 exhibition oF tho tioblo game, deserves tb bo hung, drawn nnil (inarlored, tor such exceedingly bud laato. Tho en me. frco to the fans and was HUlo rulyorLlbBd. The cJty league Is a dead Issue. It waa nover started properly mid IB dying a natural ile.illi. Thu district league. IB demanding tho attention. GREAT SHOWING i OF FINE HORSES BIG. EVENT AT OLYMPIA NOTED FOR KEEN ADIANS TAKE PART London, June and the [act that it was on the cvc ot the Ascot race mcstiug interfered with the attendance at the opening of the Northwestern Vancouver Victoria Soattle Tacoraa Spokane Portland 3U 29 23 27 20 20 22 .056 23 .Ii2if 31 .508 3S .406 3S .307 an .3Si j show nt Olympia yesterday 38 .356 ]ast night tho boxes were filled. The spectators were delighted with Hie spectacular jumping contests, in which ,the British, French, Belgian, German and Canadian officers ant members of English hunts competed. Mr. J. T. Hyde, representative oi tho. United States at the show said Am- .518 .BOB .609 .ooa .500 Hillcrest Team Has Vision of Burns' Cup Hillcrest, June now stands one oi: the best "chances for lifting" the Burns cup in, the Alberta Pass League. Three gomes have been played, of which two -were won and -the other drawn, giving them flve 'points In all; The game at Bur- mis, last Wednesday, as reported, rather favored the home team, while is a matter oMact Bui-mis had all the natural ndvantnges on their side. One mistake was -made in reporting this game and ihat to the. effect that during, the second half when HUlcrest bad the advantage of the wind, the increased In velocity, whereaa it was shortly after the whistle had set the ball going after half time that B wlad died down and It commenc- ed to rain. Anocher_sllght error was the fact tbai very -few shots were put at, the visltlus team's goal, although it was reported that the visitor's goal -was bombarded during the whole of erican cavalry officers were absent'be- cause, the best" riders arc entered in the Olympic contests at Stockholm. In tlio. Jumping competitions, the sensational jumping of Century, own- ed by.Lieut. Macli'ai-lane, ol the 19th was the feature of the even- When his" horse obtained a per- fc'ct'': score all the spectators rqse and cheered. The only American jumper entered is- Milady, owned by Messrs. Gunthcr and of White Plains N.Y. Stud exhibited hy Little Miss Dunn.i.ol Toronto, who is, nine ycurs of age, and is the youngest ex- hibitor in the world, attracted man) visitors in the afternoon and evening. .Miss Monn will -have a party loda) ,-hcn she rides at the show- Very few of those prominent in Anglo-Am- erican society wcro present this even- ing. Nearly all arc at Ascot. Army Howard, because'of. tils' color will be regarded" with much. Interest at as Tom .'pongboat. the Canadian Indian, was atLpndon Olym- pic games four years ago. Longboat ruled the faybrlte'.in' the JIarafhon then hut Howard Is .not likely to be honored that way In his class. Waiting forJsucce'BB 'never..orrags it; even the. flsh'ermerr has ilie Vlacleod Wants to Know AHput the, District Football .Schedule-Delay. Macteod, June Is the general Impression of .the district that wo ought to'he getting busy for that ex- cellent trophy your paper has put up for- the District League. Cpujd not you boost this up and not let us be kept waiting till It late to play for It7 Surely we do not-havo to wait till the Lcthbridge' city lengue Is finished; cannot a schedule he drawn up and matches arranged? I liate such a donation to be Ignored In this -way. N. R.- BROWN. Secretary Maclcod F. C. An Antwer The Herald rcqueBted-an answer to the above from a local football au- thority and given following: "A rule wait made at .the organiza- tion meeting held'In Lethbrldge that clubs should only be Included In the schedule when their entry .fee was forthcoming, nnd on the 24th or M H, Wood, who wai them secretary of the Maclcod football promised to lay the matter before their eic live. Since then nothing has .been bctrd from MMtoed. II- li not tho city, league that is delaying matters, but the Macleod -P. C., entries being" already in from Grassy Lake, Tabel and S. 0. E., BARRY AND.ARN3T Champion Sculkn Training for Race On .July. 29 London. Juno Barry the professional champion of England started training In. earnest today for his .world championship race July 29th with Richard Arnst, world's champion title holder. The New Zeal- ander had been In training at Put- ney over a month and has. reduced his weight under fourteen stone. DETROIT WANTS TO OIT Rib OF TWO VETERANS Detroit, June Detroit ball club, It was learned last night, hns asked waivers oii George Mullln nnd Eddie Summers, veteran pitchers and stars of punt "seasons. Summers has been In poor health and It claimed that Mullen ban been the game. One note-worthy fact about the game was the scarcity ot backing the Bin-mis men gave their own team. Several Ililicrest people tried at. half timea to back their own team, sure- ly bad the game, been as reported they would have found plenty of tak- ers, but as it was Burmis preferred to .-keen the circulation o[ its cur- rency at home. ROW IN JIM FLYNN'S TRAINING Tommy Ryan Reiigns Trainer-ln- Las Vegas, N.M., June Ryan, retired middleweight champion, ioflay resigned as trainer-in-chief of the camp of Jim Flynn, who is to meet Jack Johnson here for ihe heavyweight .championship the on July 4. There has not been harmony between Flynn and Ryan since.the arrival of the trainer, and a disagreement arose between Ryan and Curley. The cause of the dis- agreement is not known. PRIZE FIGHTS FOR ARIZONA MARKETS LETHBRIDOE MARKETS Prices on the locnl market today remain 'the same as thouo quoied yeu- tcrdii.v, oxcopllug. however, an ad- vance In Iho 'price of strictly uew lalil eggs from 30 cents to 36 eonts per "ml a. decline of due cent per pound In Iho price of drcssod and jive hogs. Ci'on.mcry butter Is now selling at the fixed price of 4li cents lie- Ib. No. J ..Northern No.. 2 Northern No. 3 Northern No. 4 No. 5 Mo. II No. 1 Alhcrtn [led 2 Altorta lied No. 3 Alberta lied No. 4 Albcrla Ital No. 5 Alberta lied G 'Allicvtn Red Vegetables: Potatoes, per c'wt. Potatoes, per ton Beats, per Ih......... Carrots, per Ib....... Turnips, per Ib...... Cabbage, per Ib..... Parsnips, per Ib..... Onions, per Ib...... Senate Pastes Bill Allowing 25-Round Bouta Twenty-five round prize fights were provided for In a bill that passed the Arizona senate recently by a vote of 13 to 4. All contests, the hill stated, must be the authority of regular' organized clubs which are to pay.a yearly licensee fee to the state of J260.. FIFTEEN BULL'S EYES MADE IN SUCCESSION Scotch bfflcir Makei World's '-Record at Rangei London, June is clainved.'to be.ihe world's record In rifle shooting was made yes- terday-at Ayrshire, Scotland, by Scrgl: Martin, who. firing at and .yards, made -an aggregate of 222 out of a possible Mar- tin scored fifteen bull's .eyes In aucccBiion. He's a "Calgary Man London. Ont., Martini Calgary, the noln'nie T3is- ley. winner, scored fifteen succes- sive bulls, at the thousand yard mark at -the Aryahire meeting yes- terday, scoring 222 points out of a possible 226. THE COMPLETE SUPPLY HOUSE Contractors' Equipment GllADEllS, ERESNQS; WHEEL AND DB.AG SORAPEKS, CONGJ1ETE GAllTSf AKD AVHEEL BAIMIOWS. CHAIN. HOIST DEREICKS. AND FIT- TINGS; LONDON CONOHETE MACHINERY The Western Supply Equipment Co., Lid. fhon. 1044 312-4th Slretl, tiuth. JO.87 0.81 0.71) 0.07 0.53 0.11 0.8n 0.70 0.77 0.52 U.U 1.45 to 2.00 28.00 to 3o.OO 0.2W 0.2V4 0.1-% 0.04 0.03 0.06 Butter and Eflgi: Creamery butter...... 0.40lirdlu Creamery butter....... 0.4n Eggs, fresh.............. 0.35 Bran, per ton............ Shorts, per 23.00 Oiils, per ton, sacked........ 2S.OO Rolled oats............... 211.00 Cattle on the Hoof: Steers, per pound O.OGV5 Cows, per pound.......... COWB, dressed, per pound 0.11 Steers, dressed, per iiound 0.12 Sheep: Live, per cwt. Dressed, per cwt. Poultry: Geese, live ..v Turkeys Chlckv-ns...... Fowl ,'6.00 11.00 0.14 '0.15 0.12 Ducks..................... 0.15 Hogs: Dressed, per Ib. Live, per cwt........ Hay: Cultivated hay In bulk 0.01 0.08 TUESDAY'S GRAIN MARKETS '-Jliiiw j.o. grain markets opened aud closed to- Open Close day as follows Wheat- July October .Oats- July Ex. No. 1 July 07% Feed, July 4314 .208 Cavh Wheat- No. 1 Northern No. .Northern No. 3 Northern No. 4 Northern No. 5 Northern No. G Northern No. 2 C. No. 3 C. W Ex. N'o. 1 Feed, No. 2 Feed No. 2 Feed No. 1 N. W No. 1 Manitoba Rejected Minneapolis Whtat Open 107 207 107 104 100J4 44 42 L 104-" July.. Sept-amber December Chicago Wheat Open July 106'% December 104% 104 Closo 105% 103% 104% TRIGGER LETHBRIDGE CLUB BEAT PINCHER CREEK YESTERDAY un club arranged I'lncher Creek, always noted for its liospitallfy held "good Its, reputation yesterday They .hanquotted the vis- itor, from Lethbrldge In right royal manner after the shoot. Lelhbrldga will take an opportunity of reciproca- ting In tbe near future. The scores of the shoot wero: Plncher Creek Possible W. J. Roberts, T. Newman W. H. Upton T. Wllliamaoa F; Lindsay L. J. Henalar 25 20 16 18 Hi 13-29 18.-----Ifi 18 ------IS 205 Lethbrldgi A. B. Stafford." 17 J. C. Livingstone 22 O. 21 21-JB K. I) Johnson........ 21 V. B. Green 12 J. Glcnlmer 18 -----18 Marks 11 S23 ;