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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, June ALL THE LOCAL AND FOREMOST EVENTS DOMINION DAY AT LOCAL Handicap Competition is Arranged Lethbridge at the Provincial Matches A-meeting of Lethbrldgo Rlf lAjtociatJon was held at Barrack on 'Monday evening, and arrang nwnta were made ito hold a rifle 'competition on Dominion' Da .TwoTROESS will be.uwd: tbe 600 an the 200, and members will 'be nam according" to tneir averages during tke wason, 00 that the poorea 'vrlll have an equal ohance fa the -priis with the "cracks." In to get noa-fflembers inter- wted In tiie aMociadon, a pool targe frlll-be' ran, which "will be open t a nominal. entry will be ckarged, and cash prices will t has baen arnutfed rigs will leave lor the range frwn the Ewplre shooting :Four: winters will be choeen thli .Aewt to represent Lethbrldge at the Prortncial shoot, to be held in GulawT on JulT'16, 17, and 18. A learn -Trill at to Alber'ta at the Do- nlnloa which the team to rtpreMot Canada will bo chown to attend .the Bliley The bridge a woe i at km has aerftrt.1 wbo have sb.otvin the Bis- tey compwtftions, and it Is poiulble that.'ibme LethhrldKe men may Canadian team. WON'T ALLOW BURNS THE SPECIAL PRIVILEGE BOXING IN CALGARY FRANK LUKMAN .Montreal all-round athletic will-represent-Canada-In. the decath- on and itniwttilon Olympic iB'.ahown In characteriatlc hirlwlnd of i hundred yirdi Ifirlnt. Calfary, June of Tom- my Burns, weicht cuamplob of the world, and .now a.capitaltot throa'Eh BUcceBBful realty operations in the northwest, to a bOKlug bou during week, wu reject bjr the olty council' on a tie vote tonight. Major 'Mitchell CMtlng tht decldlnr vote against the proportion iTha' petitioD, which haa excited coii local. intereit, was opposed fcy 'the local mlnlwcrlal aisoclatlim. DAVID BRUCE-BROWN WINS FIRST ROUND OF THE GRAND PRIZE AUTO RACE IN FRANCE .OALLAHAN-IS GENEROUS Jimmy- Callafaiii has a bit heart. He wai pimunlmd wltb a hup of floral pltcei upon the Soi'a arrival in New Tprlt. He immediately. gent Bowers to tie Washington Height hospital. thought they would do more food there thin American Drove Italian Seventy-six MiW an Immense Throng of People at Accident Occured ?THtMs Juue Bnice-Browo, ol New. York, driving a Fiat car, firtt round ot-the Priie, wliich atarted hete at dawn thU-nunlnc. He completed the ten laps, a. distance of 770 kilomctMS or ateut 495 milei, i 1-2 furlonge, compnMng the days pro mua, in iix houm, 34 micutpa, M seHnda. Beilot, driving a French Leon machine, leoond Hn time wag 6 hours, 38 minutes, 40 sec- onija. of AJMridn dtisens'and Italians swarmed around Brown at ftaiBh, u> oonaratulate him. His best lap, about 46 miles, was muie in minutes, 18 seconds. hourly average was 76 miles, 7 1-2 urlonga. Mechanician. Klllad Delppe, Prance, June of the French automobile jGrand Prix race which has not been co_mpeted for since 19M. wai'marred by' an'accidnt this morning. who was pil- oting a when -trying to pun a competitor oh .the course, capsized, hii mechanician, .Bessagnara was killed and Collinett himself ser- iously Injured. automobiles- started in the at dawn; being despatched at intervals' of a the course. is triangular one of 7T kilometres, (about 48' miles) ot which the cor- ners are the towns of Bulaendieners and Dieppe. The competitors must cover the course twenty com- pleting ten laps today and ten tomor- total distance of kilo- metres, (about 907 miles, 3 furlongs.) Lethbridge Boys Will Go To in the Mountains in Special :Arrangetnenw have been made Olayton HanKh, George the .C.P.R. to lurnish a special Henry JobMon, Delmar Mc- hinatlon pasMnger. and baggage car Terranoe Home, Llojd Mo- transport the boys from the A. J. Irving, F, S. Fil lY.M.C.A. to their camp dn the and Earle Roberts will accom-pan} the party in the capacity of Nest Pass The following bovs brothers. at 3.50 a.m., July 10th, camp will last for ten days Eamp Sentinel George be followed by a senior camp from .Ted. West, Philip West, Willis 20th to July 80. Camp Sentinel George Hatch, Jpe G-llleepic, Gale Mdtain, Wilford open to every hoj m Lethbridge The ten dajs of fun ha.'e been planned at the actual cost price, The Charles Wright, Douglas fare will be S5.00 round trip. Hugh Cameron, Edward bo; -nhosc name does not ap Tom Pcnnefather, Lcighton in the above list may be in- Percy Irwin, 'Norman Higinbotbam, Roy Conibeur, Hit Wallace, in the part) hv notifying the management at the "M C A. Mike Lynch Turned On Pugnacious First Baseman and Trimmed Him Fine Portland, Ore., June Cum flrnt sacker of Tacoma "ouiBWl" Friday night by the Tacoma baieball emartd to flctlc victory, over Mike rntorday morn int. a malt Camoron i> nunlnr a cit rifbt a- bruited left other Injurlw, while atrMiODa on hii face. Tht two ant la the Comciliii lobby. nade a nwlng at grabbed hia opponent. imbed Mag outidie the door to the Mtwmlk, thnw him most ap- wrwlling; had both araiB reaiiy fcr further action .when bystanders pulled him off. Cameron nude another pam at Mike, who wrenched himself free from bis captcn, amuhed his antag- onist acroH the right eye, cutting a long gaih, placed his flit on the left optic, and inflicted ether damage be- fora the" separated the at the urgent appeal of the tubdued Cameron. "He didn't get wiiat he declared the'pugnacious Tacoma lead- er. "I been whipped In hat kind of a scrap and It is getting oo late in life for me to let one of fellowl nl'ip anything over on An Gathering An immenee crtjwd gathered at the start, special trains hating been run rom all parts of Europe. The course s guarded by over soldiers, who ire stationed at intervals to prevent he public trespassing and'runnlng in- o danger. The countries represented in the race are'France, German and Belgium. Low Scores Mark Open- ing of English Golf Championships London, June The first 36 holes of the Fngiish open golf champion were played yesterday when sev- eral exceptionally low scores were made. the end of tho days play, Edward Ray hcad-a the list with 1 H Harry Vardon, a former champion wai second with 147 and James Urjld another Termer title holder, third, with 148. ..The other low scores were Geo Juncan, 149; Robert Thompson ISO-' J. L. Taylor 1 51 Arnaud Mairasey, the BASEBALL IN THE BIG LEAGUES Results of Today National Lett to St. Now York .14 11 gnn St. Louiu, June 2-1, was 31 a, Louis 25 3G 410 '318 Robinson and Gibson; and Biles. Shut ___ di. in OtYMptlST IARGEST Juno won tho game of the series from Chicago today by. 1 to 0. Fromnie had a shade the best of a pitchers' battle with Reulbnoh. Cincinnati's run came in the'fifth; a base on balls, a sacri- fice, and a hit tallying the one score of game. Tinker was ejected from the game in the second inning by .Umpire Kle-m. for disputing n de- cision. Score: Chicago 000 000 0.51 Cincinnati 000 010 1: 5 2 Reulbach, Lavender and Archer Fromme. and Washington..... Chicago Philadelphia..... Detroit....., Cleveland...... New York....... St. Louis 36 25 35 33 29 20 17 16 .084 .592 .584 .52-1 .408 .404 .315 .281 International Rochester Baltimore Jersey City Newark 2 Buffalo Toronto Providence Moutreal Boston Won by Hitting Boston, June Boston's batting and Hess' fine pitching undid the ef- fects of the locals' wretched fielding today, and Brooklyn was defeated 9 to 4. John Tftus, -formerly of Philadel phia, made a good showing in his first appearance in a Boston uniform. Boston ___ 000 IOC 9 12 7 Brooklyn 002 001 4' 0 2 Hess and Raridan; Kiagllng and Miller. 34 24 34 20 34 29 29 30 26 29 27 .30 Phllliet Easy for N. Y. New York, June Columbus Toledo Minneapolis Kansas City Milwaukee St. Paul Indianapolis Louisville... Association 47 45 41- 35 30" 2? 27 24 34 Yorks easily defeated Philadelphia in the first game of the series. 11 to 5. Chalmers was knocked out of the box in 'the fifth. Bfenuan "stemmed the tide, but Moore was hit hard in .the last two innings. Tesreau was invin- cible after the first, visitors made three of their five hits. A re- markable one-handed catch in right field by.Murray Vas the.fielding fea- ture. Score: Philadelphia. 300 010 5 .5 ;l New York Q10 240 16 2 Chalmers, Brennau and lloore and1 Tesreau Northwestern Victoria 34 30 Seattle.............. '33 31 Portland 33 31 New 32 38 Spokane Tacoma 30 29 .587 .567 .640 .492 .482 .474 .441 .424 .C44 .643 .600 .508 .423 .395 .392 .332 .632 .616 .516 .493 .492 .453 What the Latest Figures in the Big Leagues Disclose Greatest Gathering of the World's Best and Entries Stockholm, Juno number of entries for the Olympic gariios is grea'ier than on nny previous occa- sion. Seventeen heats and two qunli- lyiug rounds will be nec'essiiry to re- duce tile field of entered for the 100 metre dash to tlie six men entitl- ed to compete In the flnnl. Quo hun- dred 'men are entered for the two hundred metre, 28 contesting tho 400 metro, and 72 In the SOO metres. For the 1500 metres 88'ihen are en- tered, and for the metres 80. The metres has attracted S2, and the high.! hurdles 60 competitors. The classic Marathon will bring to- gether 72 contestants. Nine nations will be the metre team race, while' teams representing Eligland, Russia, Italy, Hungary, the United States, Canada, Germany, France, Austria and Sweden 'will match speed and. staying powers in the ItiOO. metres. The relay'dQ'Sh of.400 metres' will have teams competing from England, the United States, Hungary, Austria, Germany, Bohemia, Russia, Norway' Canada, and' Sweden. Entries for field events are not quite so large. .Sixty-five will compete, in the running high'jum; LETHBRIDQE MARKETS 'Local wholesale market prices.1 today nfo unchanged; yesterday's (luot'ations still Di'ovulling. The extreme hot weath- er.- If -It continues miniy days 'longer, wjll assuredly send prices down with u thud. Wholesalers are unloading bananas rapidly to local dealers, smno of whom are selling tho fruit ut ten cents n dozen, the hot woathjar iwlna responsible for this. Northern No. 2 Northern No. 3 Northern No. -1.......... No. 5........... No. 0.......... No. 1 Alberta Rod.. No. 2 Albertn Hod No. 3 Alberta Rod No. 4 Alberta Red, No. 5 Alberta Red No. C Alberta Red Bran, per ton...... Shorts, per ton..... Oats, per ton, sacked Rolled oats....... Vegetables: Potatoes, per c'wt. Potatoes, por ton Beets, per Ib.......... Carrots, per Ib. 0.80 i.. ,_. 0.81 0.09 -i.....' 0.65 0.42 0.81 O.SO 0.79 0.09 0.55 0.42 21.00 23.00 28.01) 29.00 1.45 to 100 28.00 to 35.00 0.3' 0.2M Turnips, per Ib 0.194' Cabbage, per Ib 0.04 Onions, per Ib............, o.0.r> Butter and Dairy butter 0.25 Creamery butter. 0.33 Eggs, fresh.............. 0.25 American Washington Lost June.. drove Pelly fro.in the box today, and defeated Washington by 3 to 1. Feat- ure plays were made by Mc- .Brkle and" Milan. Score: Boston......000-002 3 9 1 Washington 000 100 1 40 Bedient, and Carrigan; Pellj, Musser, Engle and Airiamlth. Indian Betted Lord. June out- pitched Lord in today's game here and Philadelphia defeated New York by S.toM. The contest by two long.Tunningicatch.es by.Cree ana" by a pair.of one-handed leaping oatches -by which, -robbed the plajera ef baggers Score; New-York OOlfOOO Philadelphia 3 Ford and Sweeney; Thomas. 5 S 2 and Association -Kansas City 4, Minneapolis 3, Louisville 7, Toledo 6. Columbus 7, Indianapolis 3. St. Paul 13, Milwaukee 7. International Baltimore 6, Btiffalo 1. Jersey City 7, Montreal 2. Providence 9, Toronto. 4. Northwestern Spokane 6, Tacoma 0. Portland 1, Seattle 0. Victoria' 10, Vancouver 3. Central International Winnipeg 2, Duluth 0 Brand Forlra 7; Superior 4: Canadian Ottawa. 9, 'London 4. St. Thomas 5, Peterboro 4. Hamilton 5, Berlin 1. Berlin 3, Hamilton 1. Zimmerman, the Cubs' sensational third baseman, is still clouting tha .ball at. a merry clip and lias drawn further away from his nearest rival, Meyers. Lately Zim's swats have been of the cleanup order and if he keeps up his present clip bids fair to break the home-run record of. the league. McDonald of Cincinnati is the nom- inal leader, with an average of .615 in 14 games, while Crindall, a Giant pitcher, has batted .470-in 11 games. Ham Hyatt, former Northwestern .leaguer, who. is now official pinch hitter for the Pirates, lias, been call- ed to the rescue of hig team 32 times for an average of .400. st Mike Donim, the formei Giant cap ;tain and .now 'With the 'Pirates, is stinging the. ball with his old-time .ferocity and has the imposing aver- age of .391. Vincent Campbell, once the speed of the Northwestern league, has taken part in 46 games and" is hitting at a 290 clip Tris Speaker IB still the king pin :slugger of -the American, .league wlti; :an average of .393 in 60 games. The Boston: outfielder is being hard press ed 'by the veteran lyajoie, however, and will have to so from now on to stay ahead.of the "greatest natural hitler" in modem 'baseball. Joe' Jackson and Ty Cobb are nofc far behind the leaders and with an extra good -week's hitting can jostle the top liners. and the stauding'high jump; S9 in the running broad juniu; 67 in the stand- ing broad; 57 in tile. hop, step and jump; 47 in the pole vault. Throwing the javelin. with best hand will bring together 05, while 32 have entered for 'the' same event, us- ing both hands. Seventy-one will throw the discus with the best hand, and 66 with both' hands. The shot-put the best hand has attracted 02 competitors, and the same event with Uo hands 27 Onl) nil! try the hammer throwing, seven of these being members of the American team and twelve from Sweden. This impos ig list of entries, has surpassed all ex- pectations, and the arrangement of heats is .taxing ..the. committee to the intention, however, to extend tho time allotted for the programme, so that conflicts may be avoided. TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man., June The RULING BY "CZAR" JOHNSON President Johnson has ruled that managers of teams 'who. appear in uniform must include themselves In the list of players allowed each-ma- jor league club up to August-20. After that time the number of. men carried by each Steam is increased to. 35. "Home Run" Baker is well over the ,3GO mark, 'with an average of .335 in 45 games. iMarquard, the Giants' peerless left- hander, is not even approached by any other pitcher in the 'National lea gue, he having won 15 straight games. Cheney of Chicago, and Suggs of Cincinnati have each won thre'e- fourths of their games with teaons which have annexed-less than .SOO of their games. Plank, the veteran southpaw of the Athletics, has. .won seven and lost only one game, and tops the American league twirlers His team mate, "Iron "Man" Jack Coombs, has won nine and Ips't only two and is second on the list. AValter Johnson has worked in 16 games'and has won .750 of them. His work is largely responsible for. the present high standing of the.Nation- als Wood of Boston continues to win games regularly, and has won 12.out of 15 games he lias pitched this year. Rivals of Old Clash at the Ball Park' This Even- ing The Callies and the Sons .of Bng- and meet 'again-tonight in their third and last .scheduled game of the City eagne. Oh the two occasions that have met this season, the honors have been- equally shared, the scores being 00 and l-l respectuel) The match tonight will be full of life, something.doine all the time, as both teams ale to put it over then old-time rivals. -The Callies need, win tonight ;to hold their chance, to win the championship, and the'S. 0. E. will do their utmost to break their hoodoo; J Gurr will have charge of the game, which ia called for.0.45. Play- ers uiged to be on the grounds at 630 Henley, England, June :o delay iii the of their slew boat, the. Argonaut eight did not, get wheat today open and close were1: July 1.09J l.OSJi Dot......'.................... l.OOt 39i Oats- July 4-1J dtj. Oct....... 39 Ex. No.. 1 Feed, 44 Flax- July. Cash Prices No. 1 Nor. No. 2 Nor. No. 3 Nor. No. 4. Nor. No. S Nor. No. 6 Nor. Feed Oats- No. 2.C. W....... Ex. No. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed No. 2 Feed No. .3 No. 4 Rej.................... Feed 2.05 2.02 1.08JI 1.054 1.01 90 76-V 44 44' 41 5C 48 48 ifloa't until''lust night. They did not do anything, ardous but it is stated hat thpir blade work is very clean Sutler o" Toronto, is competing the Diamond' sculls, was also out. July Sept. Dec. July Sept. Dec. Minneapolis Chicago 1.1U 1.06-1- 1-.06J 1 07J 1.03J 1.00 1.10J 1.07V l.OOi Wesley Nine Beat Knox Team Last- Night French 161; Good Kicking Secured Game for Bellevue Eleven Against Hosmer Hoanier June Hosmer In a league football match Sat urday evening by. a icpre of 3-2.. Dur- ing the fitst half, before, the yind crime up tho play was strong and well contested, but an Imitation hurricane sprang up near the end of the first half which spoiled the game.- At times the players could not see each other for dust. It was good kicking that; won the game for Bellevuc. If Hosmer for- wards had been half so sure in their kicking they would have won oasily Hosmer'a defense was noticeably strong and sure, but the ft line lacked combination, and were very weak in shoottag. Hutson, In goal, wag kept quite'busy, at times, .and made some very'pretty stops. The full-backs and the half-backs play- ed well, 'McQueen, Toddle Partridge and.Rice, playing excellent the pinches. The forwards worked hard and did some very creditable work, but one oh two were new men the absence of 'combination, were kept closely.checked by. tho op- posing defense. Bollevue's tcata showed up well In centre forwn'-' and on the right The fullbacks stiong, too, but the i joal keeper seemed a little weak A.TI exciting game.of; ball was played m the barracks grounds last night be- ;ween Wesleyjand Knox teams. Wes- ey came away the victors by 16 toll. Knox .team were, etjually as good In .he field as their opponents, but they failed at the bat. Wesley has a bunch of heavy swatters and they landed on the slants dished up: to them in big league style. The. feature of the.gamo was the pitching of Bond and his home run hit over tho fence. Batteries: Campbell, Hanch, and Sloane; "Wesley, Bond and Mason. BULLETINS RIFLE. PRACTICE There will bo' a .practice shoot to- morrow aftternoon at the. rifle ranges. The rig will leave the shooting '-gal- lery at 2.30 to convey, all' members nil the association who. wish to go to the butts. j. Toni Sharkey, the ex-pHle flghiar, who says'the Johnson-Flynn fight will be-a joke ,and.that Johnson will win S. S, LEAGUE An open meeting :of the Sunday School Athletic league will be held in the Y. M. C.. A, this evening at S.30. A large attendance is requested. Well, I gueisyes! The Alonso Cigar Is the best ever, 1Sc, 2 for Per box of 26 ..Cigars, The Elite Cigar Store Adj. nforrfi Theatre Phone 1318 Donaldson Line Direct Service BETWEEN SCOTLAND, CON- TINENTAL POINTS AND CANADA Alodcrn aud-iip to date, operated on the ONE-CLASS CABIN PLAN Cabin Staterooms all amidship. Third-class .passengers berthed In closed Staterooms'. MINIMUM RATES, WEEKLY SERVICt For full particulars call on any steamship agent or write, H. E. LlDMAN, -Ginral Agent 44! Main Strttt, 'Winnipeg ;