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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday. June TXCE-tfeTHBltlDOE DAILY HEHAUJ Big Race Matinee Dominion Day, Monday, July 1st At Exhibition Grounds, Lethbridge Liberal Prizes for All Events Racing starts at two o'clock 1. Free for all trot or pace. 2. 2.30 pace or trot 3. Kids' Pony Buce M haiulx and under. 4. 3 Mile 5. Green Trot or Pace lor horses that.'have never won public money. Meet open to all horses. 2fo oiu- ADMISSION 25c 6. Gentlemen's Driving Race, outfit considered by committee 7. "Free for all run. 8. Mule Race 9. Novelty race, walk a 1-t; trot a 1-4, and run a 1-4. 10. -Ladies'Driving-race, y, mile Bucking- Contest side horses barred. GRAND STAND FBEK Mayor Hatch and S. McCarthy, Judges. SMITH AND JENNINGS, Managers WARNER BALL TEAM SAILED THROUGH THE RAYMONDITES "Warner, Juno 2G unoie 'fcer ctmie out victorious "the victims 'this time belnff'Raymoaa, who playet league'flxture oh -the local dlamom this afternoon. The Wit was a rather ragged grade the score rbeing 14 to 3, Johnson. and Feitis all graced the moutid for the invad- ers, but they 'were found (pretty handy by tho local awatsmen. Johnson: did 'the best twirling for tho .and notwftfibtandlng hfs bfting hit prettr hard, .he, bid seven, strike-outs to his Walter; fanned ihree, and j Berjj, who did the heaving for War- neiv struck; put- ten. Raymond played a pretty: loose stamp of ball, and. in -the .pinches they made some costly errors. The home- sters batted, like .demons, Appleiu carrying oit the honors in 'this de- partment. Griffin got a home run from Johnson in the sixth, driving a grass cutter to right which. 2. Skou- failed to become acquainted with HeVas take a run -after it Several new faces seen among the Warner i- among the number being Griffin, the first baseman. who played an excellent game. Berg did effective vork on, the mound, and found his catcher, "Lutier, "there all the time The homesteig certainly showed their class, .and'gave the Sii' gar Men an awful trouncing. For Rajmond there was'no partic uUr heio. Steed played bis position, centre field, with, noticeable skill, and did some good swatting. Walker the stick "with results-also, as did Amos. In the ninth. Joiinsou mas replaced, in- the box iby Fettle, who blanked the locals, fanning two men WiliittmB showed considerable class on. third, and .proved that he bad not played hi bush leagues all 3us base- ball career. The Raymond iteaui show- ed lack of piactice. They did not needed a pitcher wlM could deliver the proper They have the material foi a fast team, but without dull they ran hardly expect to play winning ball On Dominion Day, next Mon- these same teams '-cross bats at likely bo'iu trlni'-for'the encounter next Monday. The Raymond .boys had considerable fault to find- with Umpire Alllllmim, who presided at the game today. He tlit! hand them several raw decisions, which let in a number of runs. However, they were, fairly, beaten, and took their defeat with the best of good will A line grand stand .lias been erect- ed by the enterprising club of Warner 'which is a material addition to the, park. The diamond was not In 'the[ best of condition, and the day in his usual masterly extremely hot. There was a goodly THE BLAIRMORE TEAM WENT DOWN Burmis Handed Speedy Eleven Short End of 3'to I Burmiij, Alia.', June Hlalr more footbull teaui-' were visitors a evening; tlay with the gun''at their backs. Foi about-the 'first) ten .minutes 'the play hovered around imdficld until IBuniils left wing got'iiway with the speeding it up-the .'ground and'forcing a corner. hick-dropped the ball right into 'the goal mouth and Kennedy in .attempting 'to clear unfortunately headed the ball'through his own-goal. Shortly after this the Blairnioi'e forwards secured the ball and-, made very rapid progress toward the Durrals scoring for Blahtnoie fiom a1 pa4s off the lying; Vim. In Game The ball being-kicked off .again, quite a lot of give And take piny en- sued mainly between the half backs of'tlie'. respective ..teams un'tll the for- lay Plenty of vim 'was put into the gan at thls-point, excellent football bci played, the right wing of the Burn team "becoming very aggressive, D the crucial moment cross the ball and a second goal for B mis scored by Tonka, After tl Blatrmdre boys to eciualis but the sound 'defence of the Burm team at times by Fisher w .ook {be few shots that dribbl An English Firm's Gift To Canadians crowd witnessed the game, mid much displayed. EARLY RISINGJS .POPULAR IN ORILL1A Raymond, when a tough is expected. Rayjnond will probably he reinforced by tha addltion'of a nura- ier of men, who were unable to take pant, in-the game at Warner; O'Brien, who has pitched Raymond to victory so many in past yean, -will Orlllia, Ont., June town's daylight saying bylaw which came into 'Deration ..Saturday night is proving a great success and !is very popular, Most of the. business and- residence clocks been changed so that they now show 7 o'clock, for instance, when it IB only G-o'clock in the rest of the world. AH the big factories" have adopted local time. The consequence is that when the nifen'qwit at 5 o'clock Qrillin. time it is really but four stand- ard time. Everybody has that, much more time in daylight for recl'eation j ner, effectually kibosh on U hopes of BlBirmore, for that half an when the whistle went the score stoc 3 to 1 in favor of Burrals. On piny being; resumed in the ond, half-a.break away was tmade b the Biirinis resulting in fruitless corner ana then came tl turn for tue forward Then run TV as repulsetl by the Bu mis. defence, but' sv ponderous kic from one of'the Blairmore backs a'gftl placed the 'ball with1 the -forward who rushed the Burjpis defence. I the melee Sloan bioiight Coope down within the area 'an Releree Paton awarded a penaltv, decision .much' resented b'y.: the Bu mis players and spectators. ever, Fishei as right ther and hiade a brilliant igave clearing th ball and transferring the pby to th KEELS SPECIALLY CUT PRICES Dress Up in Honor ef the Day Men's and Young Men's Hand Tailored Suits for Do- minion'Day. Stu'ls cut to Every Suit is its own recom- mendation; no art of display is needed to toll you its quality. Skillful designing, cutting and making. EVery Fabric is all wool. Every scam is silk sowed and tho linings arc in keeping with the goods- Suggestions for Hot Weather Men's two-piece or piece Outing Suits of Homespun or flannel. Regular cut t.o llireo- Sergc, No porsunsivp appeal is ne- cessary lo absurc you of (he style, coolness and durablily of these Suils. L. KEEL, Oliver In the past several months, about ul cigarette casas have been given to the English smokers of "Black Cat" Cigarettes. This, as a mark of tribute to good tobacco judgment. For "Slack Cats" tre pre-eminently the finest Virginia cigar- ettes on the market today. The gift cigarette, cases are masterpieces of British one carrying the portraits of their'majesties, King George and Queen emblazoned in colours, and inset. Almost without price are these beautiful souvenirs of z never-to-be-forgotten event in the lives of British One of these is yours in exchange for 5ft exchange which is demanded only as proof that you are a smoker of "Black Cat" Cigarettes. In 110 sense is thit an inducement offer. And we, the firm of wish to- make clear the following: "Black Cat" as well as our gift cigarette are products of British labor, supported bj British capital. No foreign element is to destroy sincerity. purctiMiaj CiiirettM, plere ib.l lha ie.lm( bind .round each prefect n In every packet you will fiad Coronation Cigiretta die ..Coupon. Save these, and when you accumulated 50, mail them to the below. Your cifirette can will reach you by relurm poet. Addnaa: CABRERAS t MAROANUS OF CANADA, Lwited 853 St. Uwmee MMbml, (fet Black Cat Medium tor 10 Cents CMM other end of the Held. Burmis press ed continuously for a conslderabl time until Carson with a fine drive scored the third goal Cor Bur mis. Although two goals to the bad 3Ialiraoro did not look ,a losing team and after rearranging th-air line ui effectually took, up the running causing the" Buririis defence cons'Id erable anxiety. f On two occasions Sloan mis-Jtlcked and things la con lequence began to look., very: inte'r- ssting but about ailnutes from fme Burmls forworda took up the imnmg and from this to the finish he issue was never in-doubt. The ame ended with the-score 3 ;to 1 In avor of: Burmis. The- Blairmore team played a good ame, their best players being Foulds, larclough, Kennedy and Cooper, Isher'Eor the home team -played his siial safe game, Padgett sound, le trio of half backs to e desired; Doc Bali, -Mitchell, .and lulling were the forwards who shone ir ImipA inuin, The Teams The line up of the respective teams as .as" follows- Burmis: .Goal, Obacks, >A adgett and T. Sloan, half bncks, G irnworthj Q-.Carson and S. Stevens; rwfiidB, Doc Bell, fR. Mitchell, hapnell, C Tanks and J W. Skillmg Blairmore- Goal, R. Fouldo, backs Barclough ami W Love; Jialf backs J Kennedy and W AIoo- forwards, D jDunlop, D, Fraaer, G. Coopei, J. WcAudiew and S lorneycroft; Sam Pdton of Frank officiated as Ceree: BASEBALL IN THE BIG LEAGUES Results of Games National Lost by a Fluke Boston, June Host 'to 3rooklyu today an an unexpectctl man- lier. After tiehig the score with five uns In the eighth, .during Which Huck- replaced Kiietrer, the locals in' the ninth set out to overcome a olio mil ead. Singles bj Sweeney and an in- tentional pass to Titus filled the bases with two out. Then- Houser hit ween first aad second and >Uth Sweeney almost crossiTig the plnte, with the tienig IUR and Kirk just be- und )iim, Titus was bit by the bat- ed ball and the game cnei Score, Boston S 18 Brooklyn 9 13 2 d Kariden, Knetzer iRucker.anfl MIHei ENGLISH POLO Contabs Won a Thiilling Thrilling Game, 7-6 London, .Time Hnnl in tho champion polo cup toiirniiinDnt be- tween Ihe old Caulabs and Uie Tigers nt Ilurllngham ycsteidRj" was a thril- ler. The'Cuntiibs won by seven goals 10 but were lucky winners, as Mr H, G. flaHston received a kick on ,UiR rlgbt temple In sthe middle of the fourth peiiod, when the Tlgois wore leading six lo Ko, and although ho plucklly Ksiimed, ho was' never the same .man afterwards. The Blues level in the fifth period, but it was either side's game until a minute o-i the finish when tilt tho winning goal. 'The game ivns lerj" fjist. There were or three fulls, and each team wag penalized several crossing foul and ctooklng sides The New York Wins Again New Yolk, Tune Yoik continued their winning night by defeating Philadelphia for the fourth time Score' Philadelphia 10 3 New York ..........4 8.3 Brennan and Klllifei, Crandall aud Myers. Cubs Won Fina! Cincinnati, June, tile final game of the series from1 oin- clmali easily hero todny. Ohirago .1. 6 12 2 Oincinnatl J i t Henlbaeh :iud Archei; Ecnton tand Clark. Standings Today National New York...... 47 Plttsburg.......... J6 Chicago 33 '.S3 28 21 25 ,19 Cincinnati Brooklyn Philadelphia SL Louis Boston...... 811 ,579 533 385' 307 American Boston......... Chicago....... Washington'...... Philadelphia..... Cleveland.....' Detroit.......... IS St. 17 .883 .581 .579 .531 .316 e PIratst F'our to Five St 27i-Pittsonfg made t four straight'out of rfyo thin after- noon, winning from St Louis 3 to 2 in 12 innings. Scoie. Pitlsbufg St. Lonis 3-11 1 2 I, 0 O'Toole, Adams and Gayer, Stcele .and-. Willis.- arid Wingo. Amertrnn Tlgert Cleveland Juno .made it-two out. pC three from Detroit to- day, winning fotiivto tltrcc.; Score: Olevelnnd i ,4 7 .2 Detroit 3 7 5 Ulamllng'aml Easterly; Works and Stallage. Highlanders Defeated Jtinsj 27 :i Now York to thice hits heie today and I tho visitors defe.lted four to International Rochestei ..f......... 36 25 .581 f Baltimoi e .V....... 36 27' Jersey 3Bt 31 .531 Newark.......... f.i SI 31 {.500' Toronto............. 29 32 478 Buffalo pi 31 '.its Providence .145 Montreal 36 420 Association Columbus 19 Toledo t. i.... 47 iWinuea.poli3......... 42 Kansas City.......'.. Alilwaukee'...... 31 St P.iul .........30 Indlhnadollt, 2S' Louisville.......... 25 27 .6J5 25 ".641 26 .618 35 .500 43 .411 43 .411 44' J6fl 43 368 International Rochester 6 Jersey, City 3, Providence (J, Buffalo Newark 3, Montreal .0. Baltfmoi e 2, Toronto i, .Central International Dulntli 7, Superior 9, Grand Forks 4. Oantabs were: Belleville, S lug Score. Bnckmrster, F. Jl. H PlcaKC andj'Now Yoik Lord 'rt'Odclionse, and tho Timers. Mi.i Philadulphl.i liallston, Comte ,T. Do Madre, Major and iMathew Lannow and Capt. Cheapo. aud Lapp. 0 3 3 40 0 Browii Canadian Potei boro 8, London p Berlin JO, St. Thomas Ottawa 1." tliielph 9, Hamilton 1. II. game.' i. Seattle 6, Portland a. fjliokiim; 9, Ticomii 2. Vancouver ,7 Vlctoik V ;