Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
10J GK DAILY HE Al- NEED ISA A" MINUTE ('HE SAlO TAKE SOMETJl'IN' WITH TO BlLLSWAT'a; AN' GIVE-Via. nro Pfti NG BASEBALL IN THE BIG LEAGUES ALL THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOST EVENTS THE OVERSEAS WON AFTER JARD FIGHT S, O E Polished Off m a Crucial City Footbal League Game Last Crowd Witnessed Spectacular Tilt Overseas football club. streng thened their-hold city league leftderihip further b% defeating the Soni! ar-'EhgUriti at Athletic Park last everiing-by a score of .three, goals to one rbefore a- crowd of nearly, five hi drad roaring enthusiasts, who. see ed to be surcharged fobtbi-. It was a game conspicuous for th-e stirring second period in Scotty Thompson of the .Overseas as the bright -particular; star, was responsible for hls teams win. 1 The Overseas won the toss and 'chose'to the south'goalwith th-3 sun at their hacks Parker for -the Sons kicked off and the batili vas on. It was clear that .---both teams were out to extend during the initial stages of play the eunced signs of: unsteadi 'ness, no ,doubt due to neryojisness. The Overseas made an. onslaught on "the Sens front but the defence re; pelted the attack On a combined run ..field the Sons went jailing right into Sumner., and Home had to concede a' comej which re- in no damage. ;A few minutes Over- was. cleverly. saTed fTom Ash- man who was entrusted ft ith the Iclclr Sumner was right on the spot turned the sobers aside at the exoense ot a corner and how the crowd did roar Patterson ihe cip back of the eraeas later met with a nasty riiishap by breaking his arm and gashing bis -wrist badh He -was taken off the field and ghsn '.medical attention. 'The Seas were now at a disadvan- tage in playing with ten men, and tha Sonh look advantage without loss "of time. Parker drawing first blood with a shot which went sailing into far corner of the net, well out of Sumner's reach. This started 'the en: ttiuilasni of -the crowd and the fire works began, although not in earnest. In their "weakened condition ihe'Ovefse'aB were holding the Sons well' in check. pUying effectivt! game and the opposing .forward line found in him a hard nut to crack. Half time arrived with Sons in front of the Overseas goal, with the score unaltered. Excitement Galore IThe beginning of-the final spasm teams bracing themselves up for a strenuous time The Sons right Into the Seas defence and but disorganized ,de through Patterson s ac biftt off the attack at the ex pense of a corner which however proved Holberton it must be was playing his best game of the' season and fed his mates in front in-flne fashion.' Bestwick foi the Seas obtained hold of the ball and race.d like a rabbit towards Sum ner. who was undefended. It'looked like' a score', but the" Overseae goalie met the cteier S 0 E plajer and compelled him to give up possession It was a nervy piece of work .which the crowd-geueroosly noticed. Ac this point a little roughness crept in to-the plajv'altnough the tempers of those concerned cooled dovvu event- 'And no'w came cine of'the tit bits "of the Sunnier brilliant- ly 'aaved a" while surrounded ou fhe" enemy. "J'lt was' a hRir-raisfiig save, and the crowd yell- ed -with approval.. The.Oyeyseas'sup- were now loaded with, tension and waited in vain for their favorites to -score- .in -order to explode their up enthusiasm. Thbmion'the Hero .With .ten :rnen the. Overseas were now having the Hpn's share, of the plaj and to prove u Thomson got tiis feet on the bill In mid field ind initiated one ot the prattwat and cleverest pieces plaj during fthe evening fthich resulted m Simm beat Freeman with a ripping shot With both teams now even.-the .real battle twgan and Scottj Thomson, the hero once more fastened en the .out., in front of Freeman.! ay-T-apniipn went like a bullet and' did .not stop ,until he beat the Sons goalie vtth a trlckj shot from about en yards out It was near the call! of 41me and the, Overseas came right j with result thit before anybody." knew the matter was, j from a melee in irGnl ot; .goal number the flnaU score reading Overseas 3 goals Soni of England 1 goal 8enr''0ut Of it Ihe of the Sons last night out1 %f the running the cit} championship The Overseas lave now a commanding lead vrhich ahould-eventually land them the tro- phy, The following were the teams; Muilen and Hal kerston Berahridge Thomson Bren nan, Simm and. Joyce S 0 E Karris and Firth; Wllletts, Ball, 3 Ottrr mnffe ill efficient referee, iVVanleiia and rR Cbiewfck acted respectively as for tho and 3 O B BLACK MISKT and thor- O. ROHJN, i Mi WESTERN CAN. LEAGUE WIN Red Beer June Deer nent defeat to Calgiry again ;thiB evening In a gocd ot bill. A beautiful Splay off by and Dunn COM ID V- STILL CONTINUfS June ,won t bjrlMqut ball 13 to 2 ford- lUrted out for Ihe locals but. lifter fix rung wu iUghtly BuMilo 630 010 17 2 Edmonton 200 000 2 4 I Hejw SUrlc, Ford, Villa 'Well, I guess yes! The Albnso Cigar is .the 'best ever, 15c, 2 for Per. box of. 25. .Cigars, ?2.75. The Elite Cigar Store Adj. Morris Theatre Phone 1318 THE KING AND QUEEN AT THE RACES Royal Ascot Opens With Great Results London, June i the predictions of the irophcts, the Royal Ascot was .roy- ally glorious and bathed in. sunshine. ;wheu the race meet-; ng was opened Great btonfcs the King and Queent as thej rode in stvte along the course :o the al llion The roval parti, ulnch mcjuded 'rince Arthur of Connauglit theT Darl ol Granard at quarter last one The Queen w ore a dress of white' nihon. with the bodice al- most Auth ecru lace and hat turned up in front and Timmed blue ostrich herb The Kmt uas in a black ilk hat a light a ilack mornmj; uit Ring Manuel and and Princess .Christian also' vere .in the royal- box. Americans nmnul their faith on 1 Keene s unbeaten S Sear old Castle on to urn the opening the mistakes but he was defeated bj lerrilbon. a, 33 .'to. 1 ,shot in a cant- Castleton m mediatelj scratched or the royal hunt :cup for i Inch Mr H P ffhitner s fne 3 ear- pld Uhiskbroom, though op weight, 133 pounds is the Le the oddb last night hardening at to 1 against Prank Jay Goulds Barretiere, vhich was sent France especial- for the race, may prove to he the :ark horse, as with only 113 pounds leis to be ridden bv Johnnie' Reift, i ho piloted Tagalie to Motor) in the derhy. The -King's 'horse Do'rando, .'is the hoice of loyal Englishmen against Mr Whitney s horse and is conbidet- id bj experts to the best chance if defeat 3g T Du.r "f ths Vic- oria Cup, but there are .-many ad- nirers oi Long Set, "Bannockbutn and Bcaurepaire. President Taft Not Too Busy To See Ball Game at Capitol OLD COUNTRY INTERNATIONAL; GOLF Scotland and 'England Tie In Pro -'Event London, June open cham- pionship, the: most; important' profes sional golfing event .of the year, be- gan it Mulrsfield yesterday, with the international match between ScotUnd and Fngland which ended In a tie of eight matches each Harrj Vardon finished .one. lip, on James Braid'in the singles, but the .latter had his revenge In the foursome, he and Al- exander Herd beating .Mr. Vardon and J. H. Taylor by. the same score. NOT THIS YEAR The average ,'an doesn t quite see the'situation in the American League as does ;Hugh Jennings, who thinks four teams, Including the' Tigers, will beat the White .Sox out. Not In :thls of 1012, UH alins say. Results of Games National Boston beat Reds Boston. June 'won the last of. the series from Cincinnati to- day by 4 .to 3. The locals hit Benton freely. Score: Boston........ 003 001 4.1-1 2 Cincinnati.. ..301 001 8.6 0 and Rariden: Ban ton and Clarke .Cubs Won a Battle Philadelphia. June won a pitcher's-battle today: by'-2-to 1. Score Chicago 000 001 "40 Philadelphia 010 000 1.52 and Archer; and Kllllfer. Giants Fall Again few lork, June Pills burgs made it three out of .four from York here todai Camnftz easih oufcpitching Mathewson. Only two hits were made off Camnitz in the first s'even'innings, but he weakened a little towards the locals making ai-run-Jn each Jof-tile eighth and ruqth Score Eittsburg 100 000 New.OToFl! 000-000 5 and Gibso i JMathewaop, Myers. Brooklyn.Took. Series "took the .entire .series vtrom-St. Louis by winning todai fi game ,0 to 6 It was a looselj affair featured hi long .hits, nine two-bsggers 'bejng made, -six by.-the home team.; 'Dau- bert-made four hits in five times at bat and Cutshaw anain carried off the honors Score i St. -Louis 000 050 R 8 H Brooklyn. HD 123 9 14 5 Stable, Dale, and Bliss; Ruck- er andflllller. American Taft Saw Washington Beat Athletics Washington Tune the battle for re nom jnation was waging in Chicago this afternoon. Taft sat -in a tront at the baseball grounds her'e and epthusiasticallj watched Wash ingtont win its victory by defeating the .Athletics, by o riesaiige 2 to I Sir Edgir Vimounts Bejaolds 100 to I second ind W Hill Walker's Absolute 10 to 1 third Tlie Coronation stakes sovereigns for tlkfflejeir 61ds, was bj Sol TJoel s Polkerns Charles Can oil j Melody 7 to 1 was W Raphael's' reu de Joje third TORONTO CLUB GETS NEW YORK TWIRLER Drucke Will Strengthen the Pitching -Staff.'of'the Maple Leafs York'. June New Nationals-today sold pitcher Dnicke totthe.Toronto .club, of -the Interna- ticSrial league. Drucke joined the New York team In 1905, and did star work He hurt his shoulder in a accident, after the Giants and Highlander series in the fall of 1910, and. won.a: suit .against yiar Since accident Dnicke has appeared infrequently in tho NELSON HOCKEY PLAYER PJIOBABLY FATALLY INJURED Montreal, June In' his rig by a train uhlle trying to drive across tho riilway track here, Ala 3honso Durdiirand an ex member of .he Nelson 'B.C., hockey club, was ter- ribly hijured yesterday arid Is not ex- pected to live ENGLISH CRICKET RESULTS London, Juno beat the Vuttrallans by 21 runs the Austral am being all out, for 307 In their aec ond Inning Middlesex brat HotU by five wickets. Kent beat Sussex by seven. wickets' and Leicestershire .beat HnrajJlhlro by 162 runs YotiiGrduy's local prices as- aln prevail today. Bananas are down 2fi cents per B diy 'or two ago they wore selling at cents to HO conu per dozen. Tlie ;declfne In prlc-e .to' the fabt that, the fruit is and bo sold to prevent loss. Naw Oaid eggs arc very scarce today, idenlers in one or two ntK ;able to firrnlsh a supply. cherries .are fetching .cents per Ib. 1 'Nnrlhcrn No 2 Northern 0.6-t No 3 'Northern 07) No ;l 0 67 rt Oa2 No. 6 o'ty No. 1 Alberta Red O.so' 2 Alberta Red 0 79 t Alberta "Red 071 I Alberta lied No r> AHorta.Hwl. 0.52 No 6 Alberta Red 0 il Vegetable.: Potatoes, per cwt. 1.45 to 2.00 .Potatoes, per. ton 28.00.. to 35.00 Beets, per Ib. 0 Carrots, per Ib. Turnips, por Ib. OIJi Cabbage, por Ib. 0.0.4- Parsnips, per Ib. 0.0i2 per Ib. 0.05 gutter and Cggf Creamery butter O.-lOhrdlu Creamery butter. 0.4fi Eggs, fresh 0.35 Bran, per ton 2100 Shorts, per ton 23 00 Oats, per ton, sacked 28.00 Rolled oats 28.00 Cattle on the Hoof: Steers, per pound per.pound Cows, dressed, per.ppund ;Q.ll Steers dressed, iper11yound 0.12 Sheep B.OO 11.00 0.14 0.32 0.15 0.12 0.15 Live per cwt Dressed, Poultry 5 Geese In e ..J Turkeys '.V ChfcWns' Ducks1' Hojs 'C? Dressed per Ib J 0.01 pei cwt j 0.08 Hay ij Culthatod lay ln-6ujk -v 1600 Hides i- Green, per Ib 0 0.8 fo 0 09'4 Cured f 009i4 Dry J A. ID to 0 15 Sheep pelt eaih 025to07i to 060 Horse hide's-, green' 100 to 200 rforseTitdeB flry J 1 00 to 175 WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg Man giain markets opened closed to da) as follows Open Clopa July 10- 107% October 17 97% July October S No 1 Peed lnl> 44- lJvi JU'lv f-X "O'f Cash Prices j A "A No 1 t No 2 flOj1 No i Northern mj'i 4fi No. 5 i No. li Feed J i" 40 3 50 No C W i C W No 1 Feed No l.Fe-ed .0 "2 Feed v No i N'o I Flax- No 1 N W' 308 No 2 Manitoba '04 Kejected 1JR Minneapolis Wheat 1 Open Close July 110% 1M September 10314 December Chicago Open Cfcpo Iul> 103% September 104% December 10I1U Ctef ENGLISH GOLFERS BEAT AMERICANS London Tune J McDermpJt the American golf champion, partner ed b) J was beiten In a four ball match at Muirfleld yesterjla% by J H Taylor and Den Sajors b) Mr up" and three to plaj H Vardon and Auld lust Braid and J Hastie in a loursomi- at Dunbar, two up and one to play Vnr don sulisequenth established a record for the course- with a score of 71 ag ilint Braid's 75. AFRICAN JOCKEY'S RECORD Reports from Austria Uungan state that Jockey Fddlc out of !iis first IB mounts finished In tho monev tih'ifs nnlsheii first, and he also fbsrt a dead heat Jllkiron hothscblld for whom Ihe California hoy rides, Is sal isfldd with his work in the saddlo.