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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta fHE LETIIBRIDG.E DAILY HERALD I PtATt GLASS, I'LL BOUNCE HIS Saturday, June MARKETS L.6THBRIDGE MARKETS No. 1 Nortlreru 40.SB No. 2 Northern No. ;i Norlheru NO- -I..........'it. ALL THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOST EVENTS_______( GREAT MANY PEOPLE LEADING HIS TEAM SAW FINE RACES AT PINCHER CREEK ,TO VICTORY Pincber Greet, June nas Plochcr CvetKs annual gala du list of attractions, was an in- citing, tone, consequently hundreds of xisito-r from the surrounding conn try spent the town. The races wercJlield in the afternoon at the ex- hibition-grounds and included manv close and exciting contests. The events Qre slighth marred the injun oi one ol the one n ho rode Cycallee, a dog running across the track, throwini! the horse' ner Un the respective the f ollon Hajf Mile Pony Race j Unknown T Schoultz 11 (Jueea Half Mile. Saddle Horse ATdnkev- R Kerr Keno, W. Bunt, Half Mile, Gentleman's Driver Nbrotta, T. Libel Queen, R. Marcellus Flve-Eieliths lllle Dash Greasy Pete', W. Eddj- Vonkej w R Kcrr Cicailec also starter! but iws tiirown. Boys' Mile H. Marquis Percy, T.' Pclletior Half Mile Pony Open Queen of the W. Chappell Bronnie J Higginson Three-Quarter Mile, Open Greaij Pete Eiidi Cjcallee P fr ffaters FRENCH HORSE WINS CANADIAN CUP AT ASCOT, HORSE SHOW BASEBALL IN THE BIG LEAGUES Results of Games Standings Today American Cleveland .6, Detroit 2 Detroit, June knock- ed Summers .out ct tfiis after- noon, scoring five runs in the 'first inning, and won- easily u :score of to 2. A steal of home and third by The. evening heltl two the baseball match with and the dance in the opera Jiouse m mid 01 the'IIospital lAt the Itttor somfe 540 the proceeds going build ing of.the new kitchen wing r "FREDDIE" SIMM TKe po'pularyourig fooib'alfer and cap- tajft of the. Overseas' team; he led hit men to victory over the Cale- donians and'twice over the Sons of England, and will probably pilot them to championship -honors "this seaton. LoittJcii, .June Ascot meet- ing horse show at the Olympic last night was crowded by .a fashionable audience which cheereil. the success oi foreign 'officers and further tri- umphs of exhibitors. Lieut. Dsles, won the adinn challenge cup for jumpers :.vhis afternoon for France. The King George .challenge cup was captured for Belgium hv Lieut, Delvoie, whose jumper Milrat cleared every obstacle: H lord I adi Sciton 11 lenders, Robin Hood nd BurgpniabtBr at the ftole, the challenge for park thr iiiTnoon ind captured the blue ribbon for-'tandem pacers in the evening with hisvbays Rohm Hood ind Mallcnstnn Mr falter Irfarbh headed the high school jumper? Dr Alex Bowie's Malhias Al won for England the cup, pre- sented by the Pabst Brewing com pauy "of Milwaukee, Wis., for best Iiackney Crawford, when O'Neill of S O. E. PLAYED TIE GAME AT MACLEOD The Sons on" England F. C. visited Macleod yesterday and played an.ex- hibition with the Macleod eleven the result at full time being 2-3. The first half of the game was eas- ily "the Sons, playing uphill and scor- ing tuo goals the first by Ball and .he second a Jtfnger, b% Ashman wblch struck ,the cross bar on the jnder aide, and completely baffled the goalie The second opened a rush by Macleodj butane intense heat pom 'led iioth teams to onsjderably, and the S O K took he homfr foam a bit Coo eaiy towards tie end of the half, letting- hem second be- ing off, a corner. Macleod -tried hard in the remaining la minutes to riotcTT the winning goal and had the team been as energetic as their would undoubtedly have put it over :he S. O. B. Excellent defensive work, however, kept the invaders out, and the score of 2-2 was probably the best ending to a good game. The following was the S. 0; E. line- up; treeman goal Fariis anil FIrih backs, Bennett TJalzeflj nnd oahes Standing Half Ashpan Gurr and Bestuick foiwards The vlaltors vith the treatment accorded thejn bj the Mac leod Cobb muffed the hall, tile means giving Detroit itwo runs. Score: Detroit 4 2 CJ-avelaud. 500'000 G 9 0 Summers, Covington, Lubuc and Stanage; Blanding and O'Neill. Boston nfNew York 3. New York, June made it three straight over New York here today, winning by a score of 11 to J Quinn was easy tor Boston, while Wooa pitched a fine uome. Catcher Cady made a gi-and catcii of Chase s 'oul in the .first. He fell head over heels into a field box. retained his hold on the hall. Yorks cleared the bns-3s in the second with a double. Boston ...050 001 16 0 New York 000. 000 3 4 .1 Wood Qninn and Sweeney Athletics Easy Victim! Philadelphia ''June 21 ashing ton easily "won today's gaiue h-sre, score being 8 to 2. The visitors made six runs in., the first two ings through the ineffectiveness of II Morgan and Score: S 12 Philadelphia ..'100r001 -.5' 1 G-oome and Henn H Morgan fH Barn Harrell ind Thomas National rittsburu Cincinnati St: Louis AV. 1.. Pot. 41 11 :u 31 25 .536 28 22 .500 24 21 .BOO 21 2S .129 21) 31 .392 17 39 .304 Ainericun Krtston ChicHgo Philadelphia Detroit Cleveland New .York St. Louis. 3S Jo 3-1 Association -olumbur 'oledo Minneapolis Kansas City I. Paul Milwaukee Indiana polls Louisville Pel. b d .652 .600 61G .404 .104 .394 .3Z1 International W.. L TEACHING SCHOOL HOW SWIM AND SAVE LIVES IN WATER National Brooklyn 0 Brooklyn, June held the Philadelphia 'leading out of his hand today. They made three hits in the ilrsc innings after that did not get a man to first Dphar a southpay recrfuit six feet inches high from the Vntter ot Virginia Ditched the last inning for and looked good Philadelphia OOQ QOO 032 Broo lyn 101 001 7 JO 1 Rixon an'd' Rucker and Aliller Marquard in Luck Boston, June. he .was diitpitched by .Perdue, MaTiiutfrd came into his sixteenth consecutive victory, 'when the Giants beat Boston today, 5 to 2. "Doc" Miller, oC Bos- ton .and Titus, o-f Philadelphia, both outfielders, bave been traded on even terms. Boston ,011 000 :2 10 ,2 New "iork 0J0 020 1 Perdue ind Randan Marquaid and Myers. Cubs Won Close Game St. Louis, June won from St. Louis today; 7 to 6. Chicago played without an error. Score St: Louis 120-001 II 10 3 Chicago Oll'.OOS 7 11 0 Willis, Geyer and Wingo; .Laven- der, Cheney and Archer. Jersey City Buffalo Toronto Newark Montreal Providence "7 U 'S 3Q CRICKETGAMES Local Club Arranges Series of Games Next '.Week .Two tennis of Hid r.cthbrlilse UrlcUet Club itlny ii'iiiatcb JIoii- tluy am] Tuesdny next coinmenclnfr nt t! o'clock. Tho (rrounds are on tliw nurtb .sltle of tbe overhead bridfc'c. HatHrday Hveftk, June 2'Jtli, thc'loeal ilub will seinl a team to -Mat-leod. with >f the junction where a inutcb has 1: the cricket association town. The players it) these yameK are re- auired on Ibe Jlcld in white llannols. O.SI ..'jO.80 (1.79 0.55 1.45 (0: 2.00 2S.OO to.il5.00 0.2 y, 0.0-1 o.oa o.qo -r 0.3S .i. d.'jri 21-.00 HARVARDONCE MORE DISPLAYS SUPERI- ORITY OVER YALE Northwestern Seattle Spokan.c Vancouver Tacomii Portland: .SIFTON'S HORSE A BREAKS RECORD .j. London June Cllf fold Suton s horse Confidence was first In the high Jump at the Olypmia Horse Show breaking the worlds record with a jump of 7 feet in Che's s e> 4 Be a Little More Sporty" is Right! New London, Conn., June 21. 'or the fit'tll successive year Harvard ieinonsLratcd her rowing superiority r ale uinnmg n ichool sM irtli learn how to them The Unlt-d Stntcs Vo.untecr I ife Sal U, Toleiio 5. Minnaapolis 2, Milwaukee 1 Kaiisais Citv 7, St. Taiil 0. rniu, Canadian Branlford..4, London I, Ottawa 8, GucIph-3: SI. Thomas 8. Peterhoro at N'MT Mix bhbu Tnpj North western Portland 9, Tacoma L Spokane 9, Tacoma 1 Spokane 3, Seattle 2: Victoria 5, Vancouver 2. BUCHANAN Mellow Sc Burmis, June the remarks pur Hillcrest friend: on the game that was, played at Hillcrest.on the 19th; he says ''that one or two xof the 'Burmis team put lip a dirty game This is imtiuc is no dirfcj indulged m bj inj oi the Burmis ttam He thil Hill crest were the. We do not mind him lu ig this it is natural for him to do he will quite a job to mike the neulnl, spectators from Bijlloviic and the ad- jacent towns believe it. His remarks ajoJit s incc on tlie rudmitn s of the e w rithor imtismg and whit male PS it more miu-sins still it, the fact that onjy about three weeks ago Hillcrest wished to enlist the servic- es -of this player, Avho, in Iris, esti mation is totalh ignorant of Ihc rudiments of the gimr In summing up he feucs ont placer on the. Durmls team-credit" for play- ing a tood gune and LI girt of the Ilillcrest he refers to as stars'. What gets our goal, is the idea of eight stars succumbing to a team with only one siar in it. Fie a little more sport in your Hillcrest. A good game of ball was witncss: ed on the diamond north oC the over- lieail- bridge last evening between No. H 'Baseball team and .Adam's- Ball Tossers, the latter team winning h> a score oi M to 5. The llne-ifp of tlic teams were as 'ollows NO. 3 c.; J. Sea- man, p.; N. Seaman, lb.; F. Piichako b.; G. Sweda, 3li.; Cf. Vere, .ss.; .loe Vcre, 51. 1'etres, If.; A. Evans, ADAM'S BALL c p Ih Miller If Brown, ss.: Bolster, 3b.: Godfrcv. cj Sa} les n Hal os 21- Wray's pitching was, the chief fea- ture of the game. RTH F FTfMS There--will be a meeting of the ifithbrtdga rifle association' Afonday evening at the Barracks at 8.30 o'clock A full turn-out of members Is iy requested, THE UNENCUMBERED ASSET Aa you pnas through the halls of nsed-tu Ami hnlt hy the bars of tin, n is ton 11 light on aoniQ bittle ficts Th it linfcci here hlmpU because They're .the remnant of whnl in the hey Of things we would have as they the ai thit uent to the raccfj And sported with never a With never (1 for the future. Arid only jjood words for the past When they cheerfully swrirmcri on. each And played every day for the last. Crushed? Not :it urc cheerful. Or .it least, that's the front they put up; They still find a, lingering .sweetness In the dregs of .adversity's cuji Not a tiarsh "word for those tlmt dfiprlvosi tiifm Of Joys.thnt were dear to their soul. But a bowing with, sporting submission To something1 they cannot control. It's too too. .subtle their undcrstnmi- eir of Dr hai been filled 'tonight, by the ipdnc- tion oE Rc% AV D Reid lite buiierfn tendent of-mlsBioiiB, in Alberta, and 'ormerly, pastor of. Taylor Church of this -city. T guoas The Alonso'Gfgar IB the best evei 15c, Z.for- i'er box or." Cigars 75 The Elite Cigar Store Adj. Morti> 1311 ;