Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
1HE MSTHBBIDGBPAJMfHEBALP Monday, June f ALL THE LOCAL FO RgMOgT EVENTS THE ASCOT DRAWING CROWDS Vessel-Loads of People Go' to to Great English Society Event London, June week has Bcin a turn in the tide as regards the Condon" season." Hotel managers who .were complaining a week ago of the scarcity ot guests are not now com- plaining equally The. Savoy, the'.Carlelon, the Rit-z, the Berkley, the .-Picadilly, tho JGrand, the Vic- toria'alia-all-the larger and better Mown hotels are turning away guests dailv, while the smaller ones are also full to overflowing dov brings a Iresh influx from Tne conunent and irans Atlantic ships thit a fortnight ago were arriving .With- strings oi empty berths, are now arriving full of passengers. One vessel which on her' last trip had-only 300 first cabin passengers, came this week with more than SOO. The horse show and must be a regular part of the credit for this The horse show attracted many visit- ors irom the continent, while ruanv more delayed their coming uniil As- cot week which has been made par- ticulailj brilliant this jear by 'the King and Queen. ASCOT SUNDAY was Ascot Sunday which marts Ihc apogee of the season on the Thames summer Sunda) pre- sents a beautuul picture of color and animation on the favored reaches ,oi the rivrr, but jesterdaj could be seen at its hest at Eoultos lock, Cliveden reach. This vear there has been a great change made at Boulters rock, how- cur, destroying its old beauties The lock'has been enlarged to nearly twice its former sizs. The new. lock is 203 feet "li inches long and, 21 feet four inches wide, nith a minimum depth of seven ject A double of working on the familiar jack ladder plan has teen ided to carrv punts, dinghvs and such small vessels up and doun without the delay necessary in passing through'the locks. In'makiri? the improvements, the onlj loss stored is that of the cele- t tested old mill on Kaj Mill Island It had to be removed hut the old mill house still stands HENLEY. The river will be the scene of still another spectacle on July sixth, w heaj the Kiirg and Queen go up irom Windsor m their state barge for the Henley regatta. It will be the first tune in man) years that this anti- quated affair has been on the water and it will be a proud day for Wil- liam Oath when he steers the.royal PHOTOORAPH OF IN MACHINE BEFORE THEIR UNFORTUNATE FLIGHT Here is a pictuie of Hazelhurst of Imlted Army, and Albert L Welsh, J p.ofessional aUator, taken just before fortunate flight at the ami} fl eld, at College Park, in both were' killed by a fall when tile aeroplane collapsed. States toe un which DISTRICT LEAGUE BASEBALL The Northern Division ol the Southern Alberta Baseball league is great sucoeis so far The teams are all well balanced and the brand or ball lofhe played non Is of the most creditable order The two games plased last are fitting examples, when Pincher defeated Lethbridge by a party the length ot the course back. Not only have the' King Queen undertaken to revive the pop- ularity of Henley, but the races ire ot added importance this year. Four Olympic crews, will row lor the grand .challenge.cup, and this will afford a good opportunity to judge their re- spective chances at Stockholm. The Leandei Four, England's main- stay at Stockholm, New College Ox- Argonauts ol Toronto and the Sydney Rowing .Club of .New .South Wales are. the crews to partici- pate. score of 3 to 1, and Macleod defeated Taber bv the same score A couple of big scores have been pulled off but at that they were gamea full of interest and pleasing'to -the fans. Qood crowds have been attending the games m each of the four towns and the interest taken in the teams showing runs high In Lethbridge the largest crowds that have over attended an amateur ball game here, have turned out on each occasion and the only complaint is that they don't play 'often enough. The here- will be on Wednesday evening, Taber, the league leaders being "the; visiting nine. On the occasion ..of :their meeting with the local speed boys, a.tie game resulted That game was a hummer, but tils promises to be a'better exhibition still Both teams are eoinz better and are in mid season form sow. Lethbridge has new talent to exploit and wtth their help the result is not feared at this end But jou never can tell, The Herald hastens to correct an error made in the standing, an error made unwittingly, we wish it understood at Pincher Creek Piaeher and Lsthbrldge were credited with being on equal terms, but that was not cor Pincher and llacleod are tie for second, with Taber first and the local club bringing up the rear 'Macleod...... Pincher'Creek Ltthbrlage The standing is follows: Won Lost Drew 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 1 l" 1 3 1 Pet. .857 500 500 .250 MINTO CUP GOING BACK TO NEW WESTMINSTER AGAIN Salrnonbellies Gave Vancouver Bad Beating Satur- Holders Can Do Nothing Without Lalonde Vancouver, June the smallett. crowd- that ever watched a champloniWri lacrosie game this Wettminiter moved another step upward Saturday toward the re capture ol the Minto cup, the score at Queen's Park, New WeitmmJter, wai 5 to 1, this acalnit the Red fchlrts; four to one" on the eon.and they-need only: to Iteep wia: nlng their home gamei, where they are admitted to have a.great advan- tage, .to again come Into of the iliver. Saturday they had the game ftewn. up from outset and after the first Quarter put up a stonewall de- fence that. Vancouver was only once successful1: in .penetrating. The at- Toronto Sent Twenty-six Coaches to Hamilton Saturday Ocean Bound Won the National Handicap Event Hamilton, Out., June 24. -r Wood- ford flay ot Kentuckj, inserted a bright page in Canadian turf history !when .Ocean Bound: won the national handicap, the feature of the closing daj, beating all the horse's now racing in Canada and the Umtpd States She won in record time. The largest crowd that ever gathered ati this .track swarmed the large new and overflowed the lawns Han'.jltoniMS turned out m full force Toronto sent packed coaches to to the visitors on spe- cial trains. New Yorkers were here by hundreds and nearly all those who speciilalcd held a ticket on Ocean Hound. She was made favorlte: at 5 to 2 in. a field of such class that, even monPy offered against a horse like Plate Glass, and four 16 one was markfjd against Olambila to win Three days ago Ocean Bound worked the fastest'trial over recorded in Can- ada, when .with her full weight up urid Turner, on her hack, she went a mile and'a furlong in 1.513-5. tempts Vancomer team to get in- alde the Westminster-.: was futile They scarcely ever got into suootinff pogition. Bun Clarke, in Westminster's goal had little to .do biifatay.watchful, not more than a down Bhots" .ever came way, only one got by. While Al- len made his flret appearance for Westminster, which proved disastrous for Vancouver. A few minutes .before the the game he put out Hess, the Van- couver goal tender, and was chased off the Held for'the rest of. the day. Lalonde From the standpoint of the Van- couver team, it showed that their part of the organlzation'can vylth- out Lalrade Newsy appears to be the only man who can''draw the West- minster defense; and -he puts a con- fidence Into the champions that they always lack But the Westminsters punish him so badlj that he has has to spend three weeks on a hospital cot ulnce the season opened. With Lalonde playing on Dominion "Day in Vancouver, the champions should win by about a five to three score. QUEAL BEAT LONGBOAT Indian Was Third and. Wood Seeorid Toronto, June tno Yankee champion, won the five tulle professional championship race at the Island Stadium; on --Saturday night, with Ted-Wood: second, and-Longboat third. They .were tho only starters. Shrubb, Injured, two'weoks down In training last with- drew. BASEBALL IN THE BIG LEAGUES Results of Games 'National SATURDAY'S GAMES O'Took was Wild Cincluimti, June won an easy victory over PHUbnrg here today 12 to 1. O'Toolo vvna wild and InoKeqtlre. Benton steady ball.' Cincinnati ran wild "on the bases. tfcore: PHJsbuTg ..001 000 1 7, fi Cincinnati.....003 013 13 2 ami Beaton and Clark. Pirate's Beat fieds Pittsburg; June de- feated Cincinnati 2 to 1, today in a fast and interesting: game St. Louis Beaten Badly Sf Louis, June hit three pitchers hard this afternoon, and won from St. Louis, 10 to 2. Big Crowd at Brooklyn June biggest crowd In many days saw Brooklyn de- feat Philadelphia in an exciting ten u-nings game today, 9 to 8. The win- ning run was scored by Kenton, his single, Jloian bunt and Downey's wild throw. Cravath made two tri- ples iir the fourth inning. 'SUNDAY GAMES Chicago 4, Sf. Louis Z Chicago, "June held' St. Louis to three hits today, the Cubs winning easily in a light battle -by 4 to 2. The .game was featured, by 'tile brilliant fielding of the Cubs and; Archer's home run in the second. Score: Chicago 210 000 0 1 St. 3: 0 Richie and Archer; Snlee and Win- go. American SATURDAY GAMES, Krapp was There Detroit, June knock- ed Dubuc out of the-box in six-in- nings today and beat'Detroit 11 to.'3. Krapp was effective. Boston Five Straight New York, June made five straight over New York, here" today, taking both games. MeCpnnell was hammered all over the left inthe irat game while the second. Both Hall and -Collins 'pitched well for Boss- ion. "A fine Wagner in the first game was the SUNDAY GAMES Detroit Beat St. .Louis St. Louis, hitting combined with. passes and errors at critical stages save Detroit this after- noon's gama.iby o( -7 to ,6. Score: Detroit.........-400 10 St. Louis 10.' 4 Works, Moran, -Lake and Stanage, Baumgartner, Hamilton and Krichell. International Montreal 6, Baltimore 5. Montreal 8, Baltimore 4. Newark 3, Toronto 2. 4, Toronto 1. Jersey Cny 2, Buffalo 1. Jersey City 8, Buffalo 3. Providence 5, Rochester 1. Providence 2, Rocohester 1: Sunday Games Newark 4, Toronto 3. Jersey City 8, Buffalo 6. Providence 5, Standings Today National New 43 n Pittsburg 32 25 Chicago............. so 22 Cincinnati 31 26 St. Louis'... 2-1 26 Philadelphia 21 30 Brooklyn............ 20 32 Boston............. 17 41 American Boston...... 40 19 Wshlug-ton......... 24' Chicago 35 .25 Philadelphia 32 30 Detroit 29 33 Cleveland............ 30 New 17 36 St. Louis............ "is 41 Association Columbus 4C Toledo...... 45 Minneapolis.......... 41 Kansas City........ 34 Milwaukee.......... 30 Indfiinapolia 28 SI. Paul.........p.... 27 Louisville 24 International Rochester Baltimore Jersey City Newark Buffalo Toronto Montreal Providence 34 24 33 2U 33 29 29 30 26 28 27 29 25 33 25 33 NVu'tlrwestei'n Victoria Seattle Portland Vancouver Spokane Tacoma 33 33 32 32 28 29 .797 .563 .577 .644 ,480 .412 .385 .294 .639 .65 .612 .500 .429 .406 .336 .383 FIRST DRAW OF EL-OSO TROPHY PLAYED OFF Northwestern Vancouver 10, ,Vietona 6 Vancouver 8, Victoria 0 Portland 6, Tacoma i. Seattle 4, Spokane 1. Sunday Games Portland 10, Tacoma 0. Portland 3. Seattle 4, Spokane 1. Spokane 11, Seattle 5. Louisville 6, Toledo 3. Columbus-5, Indianapolis 3. Milwaukee 6, St. Paul 4. Minneapolis'8, Kansas City 4. Sunday Milwaukee 3, St. Paul, 2, Milwaukee 1, St, Paul 6. Minneapolis 12, Kansas Cltv 4 Indianapolis 7, Col'imbua 2. Toledo Louisviille Toledo 4, Louisville 1. Canadian Ouelph 8, Ottawa 6. Hamilton 3, Berlin 2. Hamilton 7, Berlin 1. London 7, lirantford G. Petcrboro 4, St. Thomas 0. Central International Grand Forks 4, Dnluth 3. Winnipeg' 9, Superior 2. Sunday Garnet Duluth 8, .Grand Forks 1. Yviuini'cB 0. ENGLISH CRICKET London, Juno beat Notts by five wlckcU. Gloucester beat Worcester by runs The match between Lancashire and Sur- rey resulted In a draw. Local Professional Golfer to Play at Calgary On 1st Much Interest Is being taken by local golfers in the competition for the BI-Oso Challenge Trophy. The first draw took place at the ivest end with the following result for the eighteen, h'oles: C. G. K-. Nourse beat W. Tt. Seatle, five up and four to play; W. A. Buchanan beat G. H. Tinning, one up, R fieat D A Duff hi default, Dr McNally beat 'Mr Adams by de- fault, iur Sneldon beat A B Stat ford by" default; Mr. Lindsay beat W. Harris 2 up and'1 to play; Mr. Robertson beat J. D. Higinbotbam by default; H. Doanaii beat Mr. Fish-' er 2 up and 1 to play; E. Power beat Mri Kochler by default; A. Barnsley beat P R Haig 3 up and 3 to play, Mr. Beebe beat J. 1C Anderson: by W. H. McLelland beat L M. Johnstone by 2 up and 1 to play, H J H Skeith beat J R Dounan 6 up; and 5 to play; S. J. Shepherd beat A CD Blanchard 3 up and 2 to play, W. V Poapst beat B A Gun ningham default, Mr Gillespie beat T Power by default, B McLin- tea beat Mr Kelsen by default A new draw for tho second round will be made during the week. Lethbridge golfers will play at Cal gary on Dominion Day W Barrett, the Lethbridge professional will play Mr. Hamilton, the Calgary profession- al oh the same day. English Girl Athletic Wonder Going to the Olympiad London, June women are expecting Miss Helen' a 15-year old horsewoman, lo accom- plish great things at tho Olimpic games at Stockholm in; July. Miss. Preece, who will be England's only female icpresentatlve at the games, has won fame here as an ex- pert horsewoman and athlete gener- ally and her abilities are not .unknown in the .u! S.- At New York in Nov- ember last at Madison Sauoro National horse show she won out- right the thousand dollar, gold cup, open to the. world, for riding, in ad? dltlon to many other bluca. She rode horses for several well- known people there, Including David Grey, celebrated jumper, owned by J. Wltherby and Chlpaza's, Sapolla. She Is a great swimmer and fencer nnd can hold her own with the best in a erou counir; run the mod Jlf flcnlt course. At the international horse show at the Olympia last year, she secured two first prizes and at the hunter and 'polo pony show at Islington, she gain- ed three firsts, .She was twice compll- mcnted on her splendid riding by .Queen Alexandra personally. ANOTHER HOT GAME IN THE Coleman Lost to Fernie in Soccer Tilt in Whicli -Referee Gets; Into a 'Peck of, Trouble BELLVUE LEADING Coleman, June" 23. Seldom are football: enthusiasts treated .to a scene intermingled with burlesque, but such was Ilia case at Fernie on 'Saturday, wlieu' Colemaa had a proposition Imvo tried .-their skill utmost in any case, hut when'in addition to play- ing Fcrnie'elcveii, it count .the referee as an opponent, the task Was 'hopeless. Quarrels were the rule of the game, while the referee culled down on himself as much op- jirobriurn as ever did a baschall um- pire, and though pop bottles not were. Both df Fernie's goals were by II. Adamson, one in the one in the second, who, bv the way, looked be offside when lie drove in tho last one, but the "ref." who took his position in the centre of the-ficld, and seldom abandoned it, could not be induced .to view it in that light. Holmes and Sndworth, of Coleman's fonvar'ds, strove: in vain to score on Adamson, who1, stopped for Ferme some tAceedinglv dangerous shots Holmes, struck the edge ot the goal', post, and bounding across the front of the-goal, struck the oth- er post and then lolled out. of dan- ger It Aras a close for '-Coleman, played his usual etfpctne game Near the end of the first half a lush vim' rose, which carried Fernie real estate "-to a height not experienced for some lime, and incidentally made play a haphazard matter A. Adamson, ccntie half 101 Fcr me, was forced to lea'ic the field during the firsfc spasm, as, a result oE muscular rheumatism lie returned in the second and finished MINCING- THINGS Once during the second half, it look- ed as though the game was Emerson and Booth were on the ball, and as it hoimced JJmeison attempted to dine it over his head, but missed, and thfe ball rolled ofi Booth behind the goaMine Emerson was mmiedi ately challenged to comhat for at- tempting to Uck his opponent in the tomaLh, while the referee, by way it creating an interesting diversion, shouted "cornel Coleman raised such a howl of protest that the ref- eree obliginglj reversed his decision, nd as a number on the pomb of leaving the field, awarded a goal kick Vnd thus this unfortunate of- ficial throughout the whole game m- ed denunciation and censure, pleas- ing neither carip and hoth which spirit of antagonism hav- ing mircted the provoked the many complications and even fistic en counters which occurred The line-up MARKETS tASH MAT WAS TODAY Winnipeg, Man., June 24. Wheat markets open and close today werq July 1.00} Oct. 981 Oats- July '1H Oct. Ex.' No..l Feed, July... Flax- J'uly 3.08J Cash Prices No. J Nor.................... No. 2 Nor........... No. 3 Nor................... No'. 4 Nor.........'. No. 5 Nor................... No. 0 Nor................... Oats- No. 2 C. W................... No. 3 C. W.................. No. 1 Ex. Feed No. 1 Feed 38j 2.05 1.08J LOG 1.02 SIO-J M J 57 Goleman Paton Moore. Emerson Goal Backs Fernie 'Adamson Shields Whitelaw Sweeney Adamson Birr Hull RacK1, Fraser: Jackson. Roughead :Forwards Booth II Adamson Manning Joinson Hartwcll Wellington, Ilosmer Other league games were Bcllcvuc vs Hosmer at Hosmer, scoie 3-2 fa- vor Bellevue. Michel vs Coal Creek, at Coal Creek, score -I 1, favor Coal Cicck The league standing G V? L I) 1J Graham Holmes Sudworth Easton Brodic V Bcllcvuc Coal Creek Fernie Michel Coleman' ITosmer Well, I guess.yes! The .Alonso Cigar la the be'Bt 15c, 2 for Per of 25 Cigars, '12.75. TheEtite Cigar Store Adj. Morrit Theatre Phone 1318 No. 2 Feed No. 3 No. 4 Rejected Feed Flax- No; 1 X. 44 41 W. 57 Sli 4S 48 1.00 Minneapolis July Scpt. Dec. Closed today 1 051 1 05J Chicago LETHBRIDGE MARKETS in anticipation of .a decline in meat' prices local-butchers arc keeping down their stock as much as possible. IE the present hot spell continues nfiich longer the price, of meat, may take a tumble. Grain quotations are un- Miangod -today, while butter and eggs still remain linn.' Local dealers aro finding a ready market for strawber- ries.. The following arc the wholesale prices as quoted in Lethbridge, No 1 Noithern <0 84 No. 2 Northern ..0.86 No i Northern...........0 81 No. 4 No. 5........ No. 8 NO. 1 Alberta Red.. No. 2 Alberta Red No. 3 Alberta Red No. 4 Alberta Red No. B Alberta Red No. 6 Alberta Red 0.63 055 0.42 0.81 0.80 0.73 O.G3 0.42 WEEKLY MARKET LETTER (Supplied by S- Whaley, Winnl- j peg) Receipts for the past week Cattle 732, calves .3304, sheep 324. The supply of cattle. for; the past w-sek has shown a. slight Increase but the number of good cattle mado up but a small percentage o-t the re- ceipts The bulk of the offerings show that th-ey jhave been on grass and lack much in finish. Choice fat cattle of all .classes have met with a keen demand and pi ices have ruled strong The offeiings have been well withjn the bounds of local requirements" and all cattle on sale have brought satisfactory prices More of the good (Wished kinds are needed and shippers will do well to get as many of that class as possible. We quote as follows, delivered, fed, and watered' Best milkeis and springers, 548 to common lo medium milkers and spilngeis, 827 to choice steers and heifers, Ibe" up, ?S75 to choice butcher steers and 'hellers, ?6 to tali to gooil butcher stesrs .Hid heifeis, ?G 01) to good to choice butcher cows, 60 to 46 00. medium cows and he f- 75 to S5.25, common cows 50 to 26, best bulls, ?50I1 to ccnimon to medium 13.50 to 25 The receipts of hogs have not changed much from those of a vv-sek ago but the quality of the bulk of tho offerings have not been as good Hog values have been weak fot the or ten dajs and the packers have been paying more attention to quality and finish than foi some time Outside of a few con- tracted the curient pi ice yesterday was 50 with a tew selected hogs at 7b The cutting on roughs and BtJgH is quite heavy and shippeia should make discounts for all kinds that are not selected stock hardly look foi any further decline in tho market for the next few days at Veri few sheep and lambs on market'and th-ij most, of these .from south St.'Paul direct lo thp Choice muttcn is to spring lumps ?4 00 to J500 per head Veals sloady, choice to Ji.OO common and medium, J5.00 to JO 00.