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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, June 191.2 TITK LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page! 1000-MEN, WOMEN AND HORSES-1000 900 HEAD OF HORSES 100 RARE WO ANIMALS ACRES OF TENTS It.OOO SEATING CAPACITY HUIE SPECHCUtll JO CONTORTIONISTS 20 TUMBLERS 40 ATHLETES 40 GYMNASTS CLOWNS 4 EQUESTRIANS EQUESOttlENNES AERIALISTS 3 REAPERS 2 The Highest Salaried snd Most Accomplish cd Pofiormera of Europo1 and America 1 Feats cf Darlne. Skill, Ability and Graco. Rmn art if Complete Zoological GoSfectsox known rcpfMMtalive of the Animal World. Mothcri wJ ihcir You03 of every ftmily. Overt a Conturyof CcmtlmiOBS No other show In world truthtullr clilm this proud dlatloctlon. i EVERY ACT IS A FEATURE, .EDUCATED DENI- ZENS OF FOREST. MOUNTAIN AND PLAIN. Min'a Super- iority ctar Bruis Creation wonderfully, but beautifully Demon- atratad. Finest Stable of Blue Ribben Horses euerassemblet Tlvo Tents of Thoroughbred Inipectfon sll tlmai. 'ucftied Ctjutne Exhibition. Hlgtt School Menage Hordes of prailolmnuy .Tho Profeaslona Rankscf (hla country and Eu rope culled, on) tria very best select! No other show hau many Hieh Salarlc Feature Artists undi contrnet as has this. MAGNITUDE, MERIT United for AND MODERNISM, and Entertaining. STUPENDOUS. GLITTi-RINC CTDCCY UflESfinE LEAVE THE MODERN. KALEIDESCOP1C d I fid. I GROUNDS AT 10 O'CLOCK AND PASS THROUGH THE PRINCIPLE STREETS. Overt In Length and brilliant. In splendor. This should be Sean whothir the show 13 saon or not. Immediately after arafn at 6.30 p. m. Is to be seen THE THRILLING FHEE OUTSJOE EXHIBITION On tha Show Crounda. Imniedialcly alter lha Parade the thrilling FREE OUTSIDE EXHIBITION LETHBRIDGE Wednesday, July 3rd WESTERN CANADA'S CENTENARY THE GREATEST YEAR OF THE WEST'S GREAT FAIR EXCURSIONS FROM EVERYWHERE FOOTBALL Remarks on the "Slavordale" The People's Shield for LeHito'ld That, at any rale, Is the lilii) of llio olllcfitls who have decided II1 can raise tltu expciuc fund to tteml a rt'prose-Hiitlve team of, city foothill- lern's 'to Winnipeg lo compete in llio tournament which decides the cham- pionship ol' Ciuuuln, and the winners of which liavo (lie honor of holding the Shield Tor one year. This handsome piece of silver is wt pros- cut held by the .Ilillhiinit. team of Cal- gary, who last year Journeyed to To1.- onlo and defeated the pick of Canadian association footbitll in competition fur the Shield. Prior to that, the prize had been won by (ho redoubtable Ciit- y .Callies, without Question then the best aggregation of soccer. expon- ts fii the Dominion. Calgary, I un- derstand, will not be. represented at nnipeg tliis year. ft is sincerely to be hoped (hat the league officials wjll be able to raise sufficient fundB lo enable a team to make the trip, -and at this time it does appear as if Ihey will be able to do so. Apart altogether from the publicity whiuh will acrrue to this city from the veirture and from that point of view it will be the best seven hundred dollaro' worth of advertising the city lias ever had it will .be a splendid boost 'for football in Leihbridge, and will help to establish the game on a sure foundation in this city. Before next Saturday we may be in possession of fuller, details von -this voiituro of the hethbrldgu City and in the meantime let's all help and push the project along. The weather on Tuesday such as to entice It is a pity that- the date, of the contest is BO close at or uer- laps one should yay, it is uufortnnate that the City .league 'officials delayed ;p long in announcing their intention :o take part in this year's touniament. Who knows, for instance, how the league table would stand today had it ieen k-nbwn definitely at the begui- ling of the season that Lethbr'idge was to be. represented in the People'. Shield competition at Winnipeg. Ai t is the final team will be picked ifter a series of set matches between a team" selected by the eague officials and what may be and a mighty tough proposition 'the selectors have in front of them. Your, amateur footballer is u tighly sensitive animal, when it comes o selecting a representative team, anil .hey "will be a wonderfully, clever mnch of selectors if their final choice meets with the universal of ilayers and supporters, rl am hopin lowcvcr, that one at least: of "the rial matches will be the Overseas s the rest of .'the league. Besides eing a good drawing fixture, such a, game would go. far to settle the much ebated question of how good the "heiseas really are As a team, the Seas are probably the best- aggrega- ion in Uethbridge Ftoday. Proof? Look t their record in the four natches, seven, points; Callieu, five Hatches, five .points, afld S, 0. B. five latches, two points; goals for 9, gainst -4. Individually, there are clev rer1 slayers than some of the OV'er- eas pn the other teams, but the dif- culty te to get the players on repre- entative teams to fit in with each thor, I -have not got the People's hield records by me, but I do not link the competition has ever been. bj a lepresentatHe term, reitdiu- ly the tvo latest winners, Ui'lhurst tiiul Calgai Caledonians w ei e club teams, pure- and simple: However, on this occasion .the -city league has un- dertaken the task, as -a ami -in this case It. is', but. right .club, should at least. have a chance to be' re- presented on the team. The Sporting Editor of the Herald has invited soccer enthuslasls.'to sub- mit then lineup 1115! as 1 bope 1 may be fairly classed in that cat would this suit Goal, Sum net, (O seas backs Easton and Bannerman, halfbacks, Cauldweli, Holberton and. Lee forwards Bern bridge, Th 'lApson, Brcnnan (Overseas) Gurr Best- wick (S. 0. was iUVlM. ii O'l i'o'iiie field, especially wlion the con- test was'so Important'to both-teams as that between Ibo Cullies nnci iue S, 0. E., who-were meeting for the last time In the city league schedule of lOU', but the boys'went to It with a will, and put ni) a fall'exhibition. The Sons wore'out-of ft so far as cham- pionship honors were concerned, but had a chance for second place; ie the failles'had and will have a chance 'to tic.'the'Overseas for prem- ium place, provided Hie Sons beat the Overseas on'July In the end the Callies relegated the Englishmen to the basement by beating them two goals to one. The'I wo previous games between these two teams bad ended in draws, so it may be presumed that by winning this latter game Jbe Scotchmen can claim tlie superiority over the though It. must be confessed tbe superiority is more apparent than real. In the three matches playedMlie Scots have scored three goals aad the S. 0. E. two, and 1 think if all three matches had been drawn both teams would have been satisfied. Again both ciubs had: made changes in their line-up. The Sons had drop- ped Ball, Ashman'and..CHIT (Ashman owing to an accident, I and Introduced Weller. Clarke and Hug- gett, the former, at back, and the two latter forward; while the Callies drop- ped Ness and .McMurtie .introducing Mcllvenna and Oliver. The three in- troductions on the English side were making their first appearance in senior circles this season, and acnuit- ted -themselves fairly well. Weller isl good sturd} back uith a sound knowledge of defensue play, and a good clean kltk Clarke performed for the'Sons last season, and on this occasion showed that he had lopt none ok which he then dis played Hugget played a fairlj good game but seemed disinclined to it and therefore failed to finish efforts which 'might have benehtted his si' Jlcllvena' and Oiiyer have, of course, oath appeared pieUoush for the Cil- lies this season as a half back On this occasion he partnered Oliver and piajed a good game indeed Olnei was iilajing m the iorrid heat, but despite this managed to get m a feu of his famous inns un tne wing, not mauaseLto Big Race Matinee Dominion Day, Monday, July 1st At Exhibition Grounds, Lethbridge Liberal Prizes for All Events Racing starts at two o'clock vThe Sons' goil Has Drought about ay a brilliant plec.e'jif on Best-, Micks nait a Clear'run up the Ming, liard pressed bj Glenn the Dallies tialf whom he beat, and centred right in front here from a scrim- mage popped the ball into the net Beatuick is a.ieilh gootUoutaide left, and should be gnen more opportunity i> his. dc tenrp to his Tiaces The fiist Callie soil ume a fine kick ireft> well out taken by that sterling ittle back, Easton, who throughout played his best gime ofTthe seison, lespite the fact that in the earh ho had been laid "out' To the end'of the he he situation jind it be nrettj haid tp keep Tohnm" ut of 1113 Lethbudge team this faea on The second goal bv Brennan was a beautv. which Fjeeman had no -hance to 1 thought Bienmn lid ,not mute so well as mna" n thifa match, but one cannot uiiicise .idt plajei scoies in th dajs ttllen smls aie conspicuous by their Wherever you can wash your face you can shave with the; GILLETTE Safety Razor .1 matters little where you are, if you want a shave and have a GILLETTE. With it, shav.ng is rot a ticklish task, to be penormed circumspectly on solid footing Wherever there's water, soap and a towel you can enjoy, a safe, clean, quick GILLETTE shave. That's why the GILLETTE Safety Razor is the standard equipment of the men who frequent Pullmans trusty friend on an essential part of the camping outfit or the vacation grip The GILLETTE is always ready (no stropping, no always keen It shaves as no other razor can shave, because it is the only lazor which can adjusted to suit any beard and any face i Ask >our Jeweler, Druggist or Hardware to show you the GILLETTE. SUncUrd SeU Pocket Edition. to Combination SeU up. I V Iltiv- The Gillette Safety Razor Co. of Canada, Limited OFFICE AND FACTORY The New, .Gillette BIdg, Montreal.. held hia nmg prett} ncll Tirth plays as neli at half-back as lie does at hack, and 'although' that shifty ,jonng pjir Lmning and Kmebt, an vfkward lyinflfiil for watcli 'lip t ceil tie forward well by but desiiite this hei'managed good nnil Gallic defence all kinds of-troubic Baseball is Flourishing in the South Country Athletic Meet on the 1 st flajmond, June Baseball is noiv all tfie rage in fhU south countrj, and the race for.the comes more interesting day Bveiy game brings forth more silr prises The southern division of the South league now has say in the cham- ihe ot a tiip to act as an incen ue to Ihe plaiergito gne'individxially theh best Thmsdayis matrli in the intermed late league scliednip, as an i of tootball, might be left tinmention ed but foi the fact that the M-as Juckilj, it is true, but jetll gained two pointb foi them in the, league table The couise, made gooii faoh ball impossible else, I am afraid the Callie juiiiorb mjist hav'e MOII the itmioi Sons oC linglnnd lead in this competition though here It is possible for Callies and S. 0._ R. to tie. and lie would be a man .who Mould to jiredlct on >vhosc" sideboard the Asquitli Shield will ro- tor the season. Referee .T. Gurr officiated at both intermediate and senior league match- es this and it va a pleasuie to record, the general "satisfaction, is giving .to players and alike. The reCorco lias a good deal to do with the enjoyment o? a'game from the speotators point.of view; ;inr! Jlr. Gurr's servicea in this.respect are reciated by STAVORDALR. The attendance at the games has hands of Warner than they were up doing Something had to be done and done quick And, me, It? .was cone plajer was put ithiough a seveie scrutiny His past recoid weighed; if he proved good, all well, but not his place takou bv an old Raymond is working the men who have'been, through the fraj in yeais who aie known to be there with the goods Another twirler se- tmed, as O'Brien IB suffering game arm this season have been --a drawback to RaymonH" thus far, but this has now been come tA canvass of the bene made and the people are Bhowlnyl'- thc pioper spirit by contributing freely to the maintenance of the team Ravmond is in the team to wfn 1They' they the material, they aie hard to ilip one Warner Jfonday. J _> WATSON HAD LEFT ,WING PUT OUT OF BUSINESS Frankic Burni Given Decitlori Fourth Round San Francisco, June Watson, of Los fougUf, four rounds with on-e arm here last mghl ill before the referee Mopped fhe i in the eightli and gave thp decision to fotwRrcl lino, but soon look up his I arm uns diiablpd in ihu thiid original place in tlie half bark lountl of to hiixo been a and played n fairly good 'game, a-.-ul twenty-round; contest, onl> been fair, hut is noiv on the in ciease All the teamp ave being 1 strengthened, Bettei games nre be- ing played, thus accounting for the increased enthusiasm played Warner staited out with the fastest aggregation, but Jt is a Qiies tion whether they hold that position iiofl Many picked this classy bunch of plajeis the pennant Din- ners Possibly they are right end theie is a thut tjioj miss their guess, Cardston commeji- ced (he campaign undei poculiai cir aiid lost oul', But-iiot: so now. Reinforced by a slant artist'of boniu note, who manages the i team ami knoft3 1m to do n, thev j, ,ve I Therc are mcn at the head trimmed and and are nbv; very much In the, race., Tbe dirdslon club believe that "the is not to the but to those "ho endure to the end." Andy Heppler Altogether, the southern division working smoothly There has fuction thus fai, and the akv cloai All the towna are looking ward to enthusiasts who are berit on seeing Raymond come out' of the fray n ith coloi s flj ing Large numbei i lave already expressed their intention of taking the .trip, and if rooting will win the game Rajmond has the tilt on the.hip right now Today the junior baseball team droye over tri'Mngr'ath 'lo'play off with the Garden GitJ h'bys.. They took a strong line-up with an interesting game nmj. be expected. The result is being keen- ly watched by the fans of Raymond, The Scotch Whiskey your palate prefers U ;