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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S FO REMOST RVENTS J'HE TitSTHBRlDGE DADVV JfEflALD Tlnn-Hday, .luiic 20, PLAYED DRAW FOOTBALL GAME S. O. E. and Callies Inter- LETHBRIDGE BALL CLUB LOST TIGHT CONTEST ATPINGHER Score was 3 to I Seidenbecher Made Lethbridgi 1 Lone Tally With Home-run Game of Ball (Special to the Herald) 1'incher Creek. Juue mediates Furnish Some !Crl'.ek Lethbridge today m a I mag --io-- match Excitement In an exciting and interesting in- termediate football fixture at the Ath- letic Park last evening, the Callies nid Sens of England played a drawn game, the final score being one goal each. Tlie freakish nature of the wind in- terferred to a large extent with tbe play and both teams as a result found football oiri of the question. Page proved a source of strength to the Callies, who gave frequent giimp- se of firet class football. The de- fence of the Englishmen was not beaten and try as they liked the Scots could not get through. After some spirited play on the Gallic forward line There were few er- Phippen, for the a score ;of 3 to 1. rors throughout visitors and Jim Dapper for the home were in the box and pitched great ball. Up till the otli there was noth- ing doing though the home team found Phippen's curves somewhat easy at first, tLethbrldge's close fielding pre- venting auy runneis farther than sec- ond. In the 5th, i'lueher scored 01 a high swat by Jim Dapper, who also negotiated a run in u duplicate Tucker. In the sixth Selclenbeckei got a home run on a far afield sival that kept Plncher Creok busy. A flno fly by Dell hi the 6th took him safe- ly to first and Pals assisted him to the plate The finest feature- of the game was probably the clever work of Pin cher Creek's new centre fielder, Lloyd Wright. R. G. H'Jtchinson. of Letlr bridge umpired in a prompt and cap' able manner. Anderson -shot past Westley, who had little chance to effect a save. stirred up the Sons, who gave their opponents a lively run. for their money eventually evening.the score, 'through tho efforts of Pearson, who lost no time In popping-, the sphere in the net. The final period of the game found the Sons having a hot time re- pelling .the repeated attacks of the; CalHes.snd had it not been for the Eng- lish defence, there is no telling what might have 'happened, as the Scots were going strong... Altogether the game was well worth the price of ad- mission and the next encounter be- tween both these teams should draw a record crowd. The elevens lined up as follows McDonald; back; Crawford and Ness; half .backs. Col Her. Smith and McMillan; forwards Ajitlersou, A. Tennant, Page, Me Hyena and Kilpatrlck. S .p. E. Goal, AVeEtley; backs Weller and riolberton; half backs Benneft; Dalzell and 'Standing; for ivarfs, Husgett, Pool, Faiinch, Ball, and Pearson. Gurr. Linesmen. :DfII and Arnold, .Intermediate Soccer Standing Goals P W D L F A P SOE Callles v.v .....2 110413 Overseas 2 0 0 20 7 0 Home Runs Galore Juno Cravath's bat- ing broke Brooklyn's winning streak oday. The Philadelphia rightfleldet aine up in .the first inning with Down "on second, and drove the ball over 10 fence for a home run. lie repeat- 1 the four-base drive the next time and amide a sacrifice fly in tho eventh. sending Paskert home. My gave nine bases ou balls, .but ijhtened up in the pinches, and ten 'ooklyn UWH left on bases umiuel replaced Shaw after tho lat- 1 r twisted his ankle in the -fifth, battery of some class in Sellars and on Lcthbririgc, neither have any of [.and signalized his re-appearance by llto other teams of the league. This driving in the home teams only two with a four bigger to centre Local Club Confident of Their Future Games The baseball club has a league. 'Tiucher Creek has nothing BASEBALL IN THE BIG LEAGUES Results of Games National Giants Win Slaughter Boston, June York and Boston ostnbllslicd a season's record for runs and hits in a batting carni- val, which tiio.'Ulants won today by 2! to 12. New York hanimored throe Boston pitchers for hits, most o :hom clean onus. Huston got only 5 nils and two runs off Wlltsc, but go 10 lifts off Shore in the ninth, liiclnd ng Mouser's home run, for ten runs Only t'wo New York players remained h-rough the game, 17 names figuring n the Giants line-up. .Score: Uostou, 000 11 15 v'ew York 225 201 lii 1 Brown, Donnelly, Hogjr and Kllng; WhltehouBo, Wlltsc, Shore and Myers, Standings Today National Now York J'lllBhurg Cincinnati Chlcnso St. Louis I'lilladolplilii Brooklyn lioston W. 31 27 24 21 10 17 Pet .63) .531 .B51 .51 .438 .300 American Uoston 37 Washington Chicago Philadelphia Detroit Cleveland Now York fat Louis .GUI S4. 24 .587 18 ,.534 .475 .445 .340 in ;i2 38 ,1-8) .24 30 .'.17 "'38 10 tb IiihTiiatioiuil Rochester i n i Baltimore Jersey City 30 2S .Jiift'alo u Toronto .a Newark 26 'J Montreal u 'rovidence JJ 32 Association 'oledo............. 43 'oluinbus 44 ilinneapolis......... 38- (ansas City........ 3." Phippen struck out some- setcnteen men m the Bailie let batlen a bird and as soon as testerdat at Plncher C and as the team and the hatterj get a little up Phippcn. tbim; to hits there was but little doing practice totethei natch us clein Thev drifted in here some davs ago this league. We've got somc.thiug from Wyoming, but their ability has them nil now. All we needed was lust been uncot ered batten ind IIs was luck yesterday Brooklyn 301 000 000 000 C S 0 Chalmers and Killifer; BaTger and Miilecand Envin. it. Paul ililwnukee. Indianapolis Louisville 27 1 guoaH.yosi Tho Alouso Cigar Is iho bout over, 2Sc__ Po'r box. of M ;..Clgara, JS.75.. TheElite Cigar Store Adj. Morris Theatre Phone 1318. Q LACROSSE PLAYERS FINED Vancouver, .B.C., Juno J. loni and C. Griffith' were each fined for unruly conduct In. last. Saturday's la- cTosst1 game. Hillcrest the Scene Of an Exciting Pony Race Capt. Seidenbecker of the local nine, savs the game yesterday was a brilliant one and a credit to the which broke against which spelled out said Ssid; in conversation to the Herald today MACLEOD HAD SOMETHING ON TABER JN A FAST GAME Spud Murphy Pitched in Great Form for the Wmneis and All but Shut the District Baseball League Leaders Out St..Louis Won Out St. Louis. June triple and t sacrifice fly in the tenth inning gave St. Louis this afternoon's game with Chicago, by a score of'4 to 3. Score Chicago 2 St. Louis ..100 100 4 4 Llsfleld, Brown .and Archer; Sa! lee, Harmon and Wingo. Macleod Alta'.i -June 20. Mac- leod trimmed the leaders of the district league bv 3 to 1 last night. Before a hrgc and entliuiiastic crowd the Madeod oiselnll tram finished good cuirota'nces. Murphy was on the mound, for the Macleod team and in fine shape allotting the Tabu- hut three hits in set en in Grey'of'Taher, was also .in shape allotting hns j which unfortunately tvere bunched and i most timelt In the fourth innings the Macleod team put the BREAKS WORLD'S BIKE RECORD Salt: Lite, Utah, June Goulett broke the it arid s record iorlout two-thirds of a mile unpaced'at the Salt palace bicycle track tonight, rid- ing the distance in 1- the job of trimming the league lead its which the) started at Tabei las, tt eek I he Macleod team plat ed rings Eime on ice afkr two n ere 01 1 around their opponents their speed and nalter mll and trick plats simplt bewildered the I diote a grass cutter to light miners and thpy never had n chance i thioe sicks I he Macleod team was, :o get the ?ame I he Macleod team satisfied with the ttto run lead should rcillj he credited tilth a shut got bust in the sixth when for Pirates and Reds' Even Break Cincinnati, June --0- PiPtsbtirg and Cincinnati even in a double header here toduy. The first game went ten .innings; Pittsburgh inning with a baiting rally in the tenth. Al though illoued but the hit's m the second game Cincinnati I bunched bases'dn' balls, and- PHUburg errors for five" "runs. Score First game Pittsburg 310 000 100 1 8 Cincinnati 110. "00 000 4 14 Adams, Gibson iuid--KelIey Keefe, Gasnar and Clarke Second PRtsburg 010 200 3 Cincinnati 000 230 OOx 5 Hendrix and Kelly; Grooine Severe-Id. as it u is t ert dark w hen Murpht poked out his second hit ol 7 3 S 1 and Victoria Seattle Vauconyer Tacomn Spokane Portland Nottliwestei'n 32 31 30 29 27 28 oil .526 .492 .491 .482 .475 WESTERN CAN. LEAGUE Calgary Red Deer Bassano Bjdmonton WESTERN. CAN ADA tt 20. 21 18 BASSANO HAD IT EASY WITH EDMONTO Edmonton, June wo again tonight, -the ycnre lieins; 11 to ilaytou was in the box for 'the !oca! and worked hard, but received noo I'upport. O'Neill started out for th 'isitors but was removed when legan. to get wild in the fifth Hayes finished, idmonton Basaino 10 1 Clayton Languny; O'Neill, Haye llld Scott. :ALGARY BACK IN FIRST PLACE AGAIN the eighth inning Ciinpueli hit lor, the dat tthlUl gate him second base three sacks which should have, been an east put out under ordman cir GOTCH HAD TROUBLE WITH AMERICUS due to the clott ttork of laber fielders. Holmes advanced, him to third and Dad 'Grimes squeezed him across the rubber on a pretty bunt, beating the throw to first bt yards. Chuck. turned back no less than Jour ambitious Taber men whose attempfs to reach second base it ere all in tain Taber scored their onlj run m the eighth innings when Campbell luted to the clouds1 On account of the darkness. Dixou unable to locale .the ball'Which fell a ft-tt feet back of him and Campbell reached third base I'e scored when Ore} ut to who threw to first. J-ioliries .mulled the" throw but recotcred in time to gel Gret at! New American Can't Win York. June Boston an easy victory, from-New York bere today. Ford was knocked out of the the fourth inning, and.Shears was agne .wiio was back -in -'the game after an injury, ..made 'a'-liome run, two don bles and a single in five times up. Score 3 Isev. lork 00' 203 16 O Brlen and Carngan Foi d Shears and Stteenet and Sterrett Athletics Speeding Up June phia won another double header from Wa bin" on here todaj the scoies be ing -i to 0 and S to I Baker's hilling featured both .'games. Scores Past Washington. r 1 first but Campbell got a handicap Philadelphia 010 003 r 8 1 on the nisplat and scored sating rngle ind Williams Plank and the laber team from the kalsomine Lgan and Thomas tank. Thi! fled. is Gotch with nil feathers ruf Tha terrible Iowa is still throwing them as faBt aa come nlong He atill galiu mott of victoria ..with tlio toe Hold. GUI (AmcricuB) of oiujnpiem at that Ii the lateit Tlctto....0otch met Amerious at timors rrlday. and pollihed him off wHh tin toe hold. However. Am- him hiutle. u look the' champion 52 and. 34 minuleB lo so- cure the two falle Amerlcns dis plajed much cleverness and ttriggled UIB Jack Corrigan Back in the City Looking Things Over Jack Corrigan, tyho managed the 1 rtlibndijG team in the Western Car nda league three vears ago, is ii lottn J ick is thinking seriously oi tal-ing up hH residence here and if he does lie t ill he solicited bj the local ciub lo lend a hand in nctlm a tt liming team togelhcr lor the dis I net Icmic lie has, man; admirers here ttlio Jre not lacmng, in apptcu ation tor the way he conducted th'd Iccal club tfoi; tears Corngan with a hunch ot youngsters and the cheapest team in the league, at the end ol the season landrd his aggre tation in 'ourth place In the stand Sbcond game- Washington 001 000 000-- 1 7 3 Philadelphia 104 020 S 11 1 Cashion and Henrj Biotvn anJ Lapp. Calgary, Bronchos as sumed the leadersliip of the western Caiiada league pennant race last nigh by defeating the Dcers by the scb of, 11 to 10. Jimmy .Flanagan lacet out a timely swirt in the Calgary ha! of the ninth iniiing, scoring'the-rui which decided the contest. by innings Red Deer ..010 010 Caltarj Dunn and Bliss; Standrfdge am Davidson. Baseball Players are Working Fine Graft out of lateral tight places but it tvasi nppurcnt that Golch's superior weight and strength would gain him the victory and when the punishing It was not had a term Ihal Oorrigan's ability was filed. TIad Le.tlibridge been until l.ethbridgo of other managers app reel- in pro- toe hold was applied AmerkMis flag, baseball this vear he would llilvc had the reins. Those .who know Jack forrlgan hchctc thai he Im more baseball knowledge than is coin- was lowered. ankle badly sprained In.the.ilrst fall, he ttcnt on for the xecond session the advice ot his piiyiiclan, j mon stock, Tiger Easily Win L.troit June was tcrj wild todiy and Detroit had little trouble scoring runs off him and t in ning b) a score c' 7 to 2 The Clete land plajers fielded poorlj and put up a listless game. .Score Detroit 002 110 i r 1 Clot eland 000 001" 10 4 Lake and Stanate Kalor and erly Chicago ts St Louis rain Association Milwaukee Ilinneapolis Milwauk-ae 6 MlnneapoliB o. Toledo 4, Columbus 0. Columbus. 6., Toledo 0. Kansas City.13, St. Paul 1. Louisville ii. indianajiolis 7. Northwestern Victoria 4; Vancouver 0. Portland vs. Ta'cOma, rain. Spokane ts Seattle rain Iiitornaf lonal Jersey Buffalo 0; Jersey City 2, Buffalo.0. Providence 17, Rochester 4 Hattfmore 3, Montreal 1 Toronto 4, Newark 1. New York, June ol both the National and American leagues have begun an investigation of charges Ihat .members of Ibe Now York and Brooklyn teams have been playing Sunday traseball here in semi professional teams under assumed names. It is alleged that from to s regululi paid to the big league itars for this service .'for semi-pro- fessional teams here and in suburban towns One crack boxman, it is alleged, pitched a 16 inningb tame on i lecent holiday in u Hudson River town, not- 'wilhslandlng the'fact, was his Tegular turn to pitch on Monday. On another occasion accoiding to the investigators, a slar batter hired for ?250 by a semi-professional club, found, that the opposing team had a _' J fatcher equallj ttel known in organised baseball The flist mote ttfll ba a steeping order prohibiting players under con Iract to organized clubs from accept ing offers from semi-pro managers, II Is said. Millcrest, June 20; Immediately .ftcr the close ol the football game etweeli Ulmuis and Hillcrest On Wednesday evening last the boys'had i lillli mon, excitement in M itching a pony race betivecii llughey Cunning- ham's I'oiisy ami Harry St. Maur- Pride. The two pouii were very evciilv matched, and hot were in fine-shape. Tom Tavlor, Jr wore (lie Cunningham colors, tvhi W. Johiison-flashed .the: yrecn of th- S( Muiricc sables Hi course was down on Andv Yiood ranch', just outside the town'limit: ni hoiore an ina; crowd of spectators llie race wa started. Immediately after the .star tile pink and purple dashed away iron her competitor, Johnson holding hii mount well in hind Iliet ttti hep aratcd by two lengths or more loi thirds of the i ce and then John son started plying the whip and le Pride'go. She passed hundred yards.from the wiimiiiL post and when she arrived at the cnc of the course was three and a hal lengths ahead.. They will likely he matched again. MARKETS L.ETHBRIDGE MARKETS Grain prices on the local market, today show nn upward tendency from yesterday's quotations. Aleuts and however, firm, whllcf-there is no prospect of any change In butter and ogg prices: No. 1 Northern No. 2 Northern............ 0.80 BALL GAME IN THE SOUTH COUNTRY IS POSTPONED Magrath and Car.dston. Teams to At- tend Dance at Raymond Raymond, June league fix- ture between Magrath and Cardston, which was scheduled to take place-at Cardston on Friday, June 21st. lias been Indefinitely postponed by a mu- tual agreement between the teams. The reason for. this is -be- cause cf the large numbers, many of whom are in the ball team of both who are desirous of attend- ug the big Bachelors' club ball, which will be 'held In the Electric theatre lere that evening. If they- attend he ball It.would be impossible for the >alLgame to be played. It was there- ore decided to postpone the ntil next Wednesday. .Tune-2G. wheu Cirdston phja a league at Ml Both teams are drilling.: Ilk 'rojans-and "when they clash the vill be fur-flying No. '3 Northern No. i No. (i' No. U No. I Alberta lltjd No. 2 Alberta fiocl Albortn Rod No. 4 Alberta Red 5 Alberta Ited Ii Allrerta lied Vegetables 'otatoea, per cwt. 'otatoes. per ton Beets, por Ib. UTrots, per Ib. 'urnipg, por Ib. Cabbage, per'lb. 'arsnljis, per Ib. inions, per Ib. utter sind Eggi; lairy butter reaincM-y Imtter Igss, fresh- jier. ton Shorts, ]ier ton Oats, per ton, sacked Rolled oats Cattle on the Hoof: Steers, per pound COWB. per pound Cows, dressed, por pound Steers, dressed, nor .pound Sheep: Live, per cwt. Dressed, per cwt, Poultry: Geese, live Turkeys Chlclrens Fowl Ducks Hoas Dressed, ner Ib. Live, per cwt. Hay: Cultivated hay in hulk Hides: Green, per Ib. 0.81 O.dli 0.42 O.R1 O.Cil 0.55 0.42 1 to 28.00 to 35.00 0.214 0.2K, 0.1% 0.0-1 0.02 0.05 0.25 0.33 0.25 21.00 23.00 28.00 211.00 0.0854 0.05H 0.11 0.12 5.00 11.09 O.H 0.22 0.15 0.12 0.15 0.11 0.08 16.00 Dry ;heep pelt, each amb sklus Shearlings lorse hides, green lorse hides, dry 0.08 to 0.09% .0.09 to 0.10 to 0.15 0.25 to 0.75 25 to 40 20 to 30 1.00 to 2.00 1.00 to 1.75 FRIDAY'S GRAIN ..MARKETS I Winnipeg. Man., June Tain markets opened and closed to- ay as follows Close 108% RAYMOND SECOND Standing of South Town's Baseba League Raymond. June ay the 'Raymond ball team .jourh Warnei to a le igue fixlur Ith the Homesteaders. Much di ends on thi-3. especially t aymond. The sugar town has ood chance of. cincliing the pennai: they tie with AVaruer. eapc and the Duchess .of .Devonshire revived thi derby ball at Deionslnrc house District Baseball League Taber Macleod Lethbrldge Plncher. Creek Pet. .1567 .000 .250 2 0 Central International Superior Winnipeg 1 Dulnth 5, Grand Forks 4. Canadian Hamilton 7, Peterboro 4, Ottawa 3, Gnelph 1. London 4 1, MAGRATH WAS THE VICTORIOUS TEAM The heading appealed over the Magrath-Raymond ganu In Issue was mislead- ing.1 It dida't coincide, with the article and was a. mistake. Ma- grath was the winner and not Ray- mond. BULLETINS S. O. E. TO MACLEOD The S.O.B. seniors "lay on .exhih- lion game of football In Slacleod this evening with the Macleod eleven. S. S. LEAGUE MEETING There will bo an open-meeting of the" Sunday School league, Tile's- lay, June 25 at 8.30 p.m. in the1 Y. Jr. A. Auditorium. .Everyone inlorcM in.tho welfare of the league Is in- vited to attend. illy. ictobj lilt ictober !x. No. 1 Feed, July luh Cash Prices Wheat- No. 1 Northern No: 2 Northern No. 3 Northern 4 No o 88 eed Nc. C W. No, C W No 1 Fesd No. A Feed No. StFeed No No 4 Rcjectc-d Feed 'lo 1 N No t Vatitoba Reject-e-J Minneapolis Wl eat Open luh 110% Septemhei 104H December 104.% l Chicago Wheat Open llh 101, s >ptembei 104V )eccmber 10-> 9814 39 43% 104% 101 10 44 43 41 4S 14 -05V4 1D2 Close 110 103% Close 10414 ,D WOLGAST IN ROLE OF MAN You wouldn't ISiink tliat Ad Wol- ast played the part of a "green oods" man In hii short career. Well, did, and .-'what's more, lie can lote it A few dlys befoie the ought Abe Allellj In Los Angeles he called upon to liosl a forfeit of 'oO Might as well hate asked me 01 a million IIA 'fcaid That etoning remnrlted the inmplon, "I wnlkeii into a'fake Jew- ry siiop aud picketl up the largest lamonfl'1 in stock, tyhich cost me 2511 ennicsr Walking -the club's olllce slipped the ring from my flngcT. 1 aven't got the Wr.dy monpy, I ah- iniiced, but I guftss this rocU II llx things 'The secretary j took the blazer, rapped It up jealcd the package id .hurried to his safe deposit vault to take chances, ;