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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETITBlUftflE DAILY HERALD ALL THE LOCAL AND WOKI.O'S FOREMOIT EVENTS Thursday, BASEBALL MEETING All Teami Didn't Show up lit the "Y" Last Night The meeting; of the city amateur league clubs called nt tho V. M. C. A. last night, failed to materialize. Tie Slectrlclaus and tho C. P. R. repre- sentatives didn't get around on time vnd tho meeting waa adjourned.' DISTRICT FOOTBALL Lethbridge, Macleod, Pincher Creek, Grassy Lake Medicine Hat and Probably Taber Hall, Pres., F. Robins, Sec. THE HERALD PUTS UP A TROPHY I A Southern Alberta Soccer league, embracing Pincher Lethbridge, Grassy CreeX Lake, Medicine Hat and probably Taber, was decided upon at a meeting held in the. city last night, and judging from .the interest taken by the different clubs, will be equally as successful as tho Lethbridge city league. T. Hall, as -.vice president for (he southern portion of the province in the Alberta Amateur Football associa- tion. called the meeting, which was at- tended by .W. Raisbeck and W. C. Hut- ion of Grassy 'Lake, E. S. Martin Mac- leod and T. Hall and F. T. Robbins, Letthbridge. Altiough Medicine Kat and Pincher Creek were sio't represent- ed at the meeting, letters stating their desire to enter were received, and their is no doubt when the schedule Is drawn up, they will be found in line. It was found that the application of Cards-ton could not be sustained, ow- IOHNSON WILL NOT FiGHT SAM LANGFORD ing to the difficulty of teams making the. trip in one day. Friendly guinea, however, with this town may be ar- ranged. A valuable trophy lias -been offered for competition by the management of the Lethbridge Herald and a keen sup- porter of the gaine iu Taber 'has prom- ised to put up medals for the success- Entries will be received by the sec-1 ot FLYNN THINKS JOHNSON" IS FAR TOO CONFIDENT PROMISES TO GIVE THE BIG SMOKE THE BATTLE OF HIS LIFE WHEN THEY MEET Hot Springs, Blay am glad Jack'Johnson thinks he .will defeat rue In ten said Jim Klynn, the Pueblo fireman, at. his camp here today, when told of the boost of the big black. "Johnson's talk leads me to believe thai ho thinks he's got a cinch. He will have the surprise of his life. I don't believe he can get doivu to training again. He has been living too high ami ho has got ;o have a cinch to win. I am going to be the toughest fighter that Johnson has ever been up against and J feel confident that lie will never bo able to hurt me after ho stops a few Of my blows to his wind." Slynn is worklus hard at his camp -here. He goes to New Mexico this week where he will begin the long grind with Tommy Ryan that will put him In trim for the championship battle. TESREAU LOOKS GOOD "urni Down to go to Australia For That Purpose Milwaukee, Wis., May John retary up till the 15th May. and these muit.be accompanied by the entry fee Honorary officers, were not elected at his meeting, but T. Hall was elected 'resident and F. T. Robins secretary- reasurer, the 'latter consenting to act n that capacity pro tern. A sii-team league Is the probable utconie, playing home and home games. Holiday matches were con- idered, Grassy Lake asking for a ame on July 1st and Macleod for one o be played during the fair week In lat town. to go to Australia within the next six months and meet Sam Langfonl there under the manygement of Hugh Intosli. Johnson reiterated Ills state- ment that he is determined to retire iflcr September 1, and does not care to make the trip to Sydney after the Flyun fight. FOR TITANIC SUFFERERS Big TABER WILL HAVE ANOTHER FAST BALL TEAM IN THE FIELD Good news from Taber respecting the baseball situation there. A. B. Cook speaking to the Herald yester- day gave some broad hints as to Tabor's 1912 baseball aspirations. A. B. remarked that the team that car- ried cK the Brewery trophy issl sea- son in the Southera Alberta district league would again be in line stronger tlian ever. One or two of the old cavor- 'e missing but It waG ever. One would 'b thought that their places could he filled with new anil better material. Gray, who pitched for ilagrath the latter part of last season and who had the extreme pleasure of handing a bunch to the Lethhridge speed mer- chants, is living at Taber-Tind will.be- seen on, the firing line for the Chef hurg: nm "Q, you can Sum Realized at Ball Game New York Sunday A benefit baseball game was played for the sufferers through the sinking of'the steamship Titanic at the Polo Grounds 'in New York Sunday. A big crowd was present to see the Giants and the Highlanders in action. George Cohan, the actor-manager-playwright, THE Complete Supply House WATERPROOFING COMPOUNDS Made especially for each particular conditions HYDRATITE. The Integral method of waterproofing, concrete and cement raortnr. The water repelling agent. 3EHYDRATINE. J'lastlo Waterproofing for masouary, etc made BIX different processes for different conditions interior walls mid -tartar surface's- Ot Largo supply carried In stock. Write or phono for prices Mine Mill Builders ,nd Machinery The Western Supply Equipment Phone 1044 MARKETS "I.ETHMIPOE MABKS-TS Chicago Leads the American Today Old Sol beat Jupiter Pliivius to It yesterday and as reeult all the d nn tl f v Wei'e Played tbree the clnnati and New York have the top rungs o! the ladder cinched In the they Brook- the rungs of (he ladder for so many years thai their Results of Games American 2 to 1, Washington' Boston.......000 000 l' 3 J Washington 000 010 2 u Wood and Carrlgan; Hughes, Walk- er and Henry. 5 to 2, Chicago taber." said A. B" Cook, "they'll be nrolscts there with bells on when the umpire calls play ball" Previously doubtful reports have- been heard of Taber and the baseball situation there; acieo. as cniet program seller at the jail game and was' assisted by a. corps of pretty chorus girls. George Cohan alao gave a performance at his good in fast compan'v and looks as though he will stay In the' big show. theatre Sunday night for the ciuse A total of nearlj J10000 was luifeBU ftrr me tuna oetween tne two projects. At the ball, game Managers McGraw and Wolverton were much in evidence and .did much to make the affair a success. They clasped hands for the benefit of the Lajdie, of the Clevelauds nas entered upoifjhis 16th icai as a major league'njnyer. He started his diamond the big show in Philadelphia riff 1S9G. New York could have bought his release from Fall Hiver-.for Jeff Tesreau, the young pitcher of :he Giants, secured from the Toronto! team of the International is j Chicago 300 Oil 5 10 2 Detroit.. 200'OOu 2 7 s Walsh and Block and Kuhn; Mullen and Stanage and-.Kocher. 3 to 2 New York New York-----010 001 3 S Philnrlolhfi rsi 2 5 2 Ford and Street; Bender and Thorn- Standings Today American Chicago Boston Washington Philadelphia. Cleveland uetrblt.. St. Louis York W. 10 Pet. .667 .643 .615 .571 .638 .375 .367 .231 National National )incinnati 'N'w I Boston Chicago Brooklyn PIttsburg- Philadelphia, St. Louis W. L. Pet. 8 to 5 Cincinnati Cincinnati .003 000 001100 8 12 St. Louis .000 002 002 100 5 12 "Everybody Smokes 'Em CUBA Fromme, Benton and McLean and 11 9 li .C 5 5 -I 5 Oreon vegctoblon, alttough what high In price, io'ntlumo to In abundance from Callfoifnla. Straw- berries aro becoming TOCH-O plentiful, although (apeiulve, at 36 wmti a pint Peas In 'the pod are'almost pro- hibitive In price at 25 cents per Ib. Preih oggs are being iwld by' one or two dealers at 25 cents per while butter remains unchanged in price. No. 1 Northern No. 2 Northern..... No. 3 Northern No. -I........... No. 5.......... No. G..........'_ No. 1 Alberta Red No. 1 Alberta Red I No. 3 Alberta -Red No. 4 Al-berta. Red No. 6 Alberta lied .No. 0 Alberta Red Barley, No. 3 Barley, No. 1 Bran, per ton Shorts, per ton Oats, per ton, sacked Rolled Butter and Dairy butter Creamery butter Eggs, fresh..... Potatoes, per cwt. Potatoes, per ton Beets, per Ib...... Carrots, per Ib. Turnips, per Ib. Cabage, per Ib. Celery, per pound Parsnips, per pound Cattle on the Hoof: Steers, per pound Cow, per pound Dressed, per pound Sheep: 10.84 ,0.81 0.76 .......0.70 O.CD 0.46 0.76 or 074 0.70 0.51) 046 0.61 0.4 C 21.00 23.00 28.00 28.00 .40 4o :50 0.30 1.3B to 2.00 27.00 to.38.00 0 "A O.IK 0.13 O.OSii 0.06 041. 0.11 Live, per cwt. 6.00 Dresiwd, per cwt. Hogs: UresMd, per Ib. n.12 Live, per cwt. Poultry: Geese, live Turkeys Chlclnmi Fowl Ducks 3 .788 3 .750 Cultivated hay in 7 .462 Association Columbus Cla-rke; and Wineo ;-Minneapolis St Paul Toledo j Kansas City (Louisville Milwaukee- Indianapolis and Bliss. 11 to 4 New York Philadelphia 000 000 -1 10 New York '.100 550 11 Seaton, Shultz and Graham; Mar I quard, Drucke, Myers and Wilson. I 7 to 2 Chicago j Pittsburg 200 000; 2 5 i 'Chicago.....050 000 7 8' 2 Adams and Gibson; Uitchie and Ar- cher. 11 to 8 Brooklyn Boston 401 000 S 14 2 Brooklyn 001 100 14 4 Tyler, Donnelly, Hogg and Raridan; Kent, Hucker and Phelps We wish to announce to our many patrons that we have just cleared from the Customs a large shipment of ROMEO Y JUUETA HABANA CIGARS These can be had from our stores in five sizes: J' 2 for 25c' 15c straight. 3. PunUnos 3 for 50c. 4. 3 for 50c 5. 25c straight. Specials by Box Lots in twenty-fivcs and fifties. THE CLUB CIGAR STORES, LTD. V __ __ _ '_ _ Alexandra Hotel, Lethbridge. AMiniboia Hotel, Medicine Hat. Watch the Herald tor Opening of Billiard Parlors do Luxe, Alexandra Hotel, City. International 10 to 3 Jersey City Montreal... 010 020 3 10 1 Jersey City 104 001 14 0 Burke, Averett, Barherich-and Cur- tis; McHaio and Kondeau. j 6 to 2 Baltimore 1 Baltimore 002 002 7 0 Toronto.....000 200 2-82 Smith and Murray; Steel, Mueller and Fisher. 4 to 2 Buffalo Buffalo 100 020 4 10 1 Providence 000 000 270 BrackeH and McAllister; Mitchell. Harden and Beckendorf and Reynolds Newark Newark ..000 122 5 s 3 Rochester 010 002 391 McGinnlty and Smith; Hughes, Hoi m-es ana Bir. W. L, 14 S H 4 S 9 s 5 10 2 13 .417 .385 .364 Pet. .742 .733 .588 .500 .471 .429 .333 .133 0.22 0.16 0.12 0.15 Hides: Green, per Ib........ 0.08 to Cured............ 0.09 to 0.6914 Dry 0.10 to 0.15 Sheep pelt, each........ 0.25 to 0.75 Lamb skins 25 to 40 Shearlings Horse hid'es, green 1.00 to 2.00 Horse hides, dry 1.00 toU.78 THURSDAY'S GRAIN MARKETS Victoria, Nortluvestern W. L. Pet. 5 .615 .571 C Close I03'.i 103% 104-% BULLETINS 47% 43 PLAY BALL The Y M C A baseball team wi neet for practice to morrow evening a 10 on the barracks grounds FOOTBALL EXECUTIVE MEETIN; The City Football mee tonight it 8 30 at the Dallas Hotel Association 5 to 4 Minneapolis 'Louisville 4 It Minn'pplis 130 000 000 000 12 14 Innings N'agle and Madden; Olinstead and Owens 9 to 7 Indianapolis Indianapolis. 130 012 9 15 l St. Paul 100 000 12 4 Smith and Clarke; O'Toole and'Mur- ray. 2 to (I Columbus Columbus 000 000 251 Milwaukee 000 000 010 Liobhardt and Smith; Dougherty and Scalk, 5 to 4 Kansas City Toledo 002 000 n 0 3 Kansas City 000 310 4 S 6 Falken-herg and Land; Horns-by and O'Connor. Northwestern Vancouver. Portland Spokane Tncoma 1..... 7 II 4 j Victoria .3 6 BR1TTON MADE A MONKEY OF MOORE Philadelphia Boy No Match for Clevei Chlcagoan In 20-Round Bout at San Francltco San Francisco May Moore of Philadelphia proved a plaything m the hands of Jack Britt'on, of Chicago, !ri their lightweight battle In this city last night and the latter scored 111 easy decision after 20 rounds of fight ing Briltan fought sj steuutlcally throughout and had the In every, round except one. The surpris ing feiture vas Moore a ability io last JO rounds 'n the face of Unible punishment. Britlon's height and reach proved too much tor the Philadelphinn.' For the first nil roumJa tho Kprctitors were treated to a polished exhibition of boxing, (lurilig which Moore sent in telling blovs to the stomach. Brlt- 'on, however, ijcppered -Moore's face with: choppy rlfhts and lefts, which Btnrtcd the, blood flowing freely. From the slxth'-.round on ni-ltton had everything iils mvn way. Ho .found no difficulty in landing when and wh'ero he pleased, and Moore's only nsirat.during.the rtjniaiuder of liio bat- lo was his 'Britton had- Ills 'pinn all hut out in he 20th round, hm1. took no chances inU seemed contenit witii a decision ictory. Mooro badly cut up, while Hritton left the ring without a mark, Winnipeg, May grain mar- kets today were weaker In tone, the prjces being: Open May, old i. -May, new 103 July ,10-1% October May July Ex. No. 1 Feed, -May May 195 July Cash Prices Mo. 1 Northern No. 2 -Northern No. 3 Northern....... No. 4 No. 6.............'.; .Y No. 2 0. No. 2 Feed....... Mlnniapolis Whett Open: lllis July 112't September 105S Chicago Wheat 114% lulj September 10 ('2 194 48% Close BANK OF ENGLAND STATEMENT London May weekl, itate ment of the Bank of England ihowK the following changes Total reserve decreased Circulation increased 420000 Bullion increased..........' 181.640 Other securities decreased.. Other deposits decreased rotes reserve decreased 268.000 Government securities Unchanftd The proportion of-hank reserve to lability is 48.111 per t WBB 48.42 per cent. WONT "BUTT IN" Jefferson City, May ladley was given assurances i last iglit by J. p'. Mason, prosecuting at- orney of Greene .County, that the .box- ng exhibition Between Car) Morris nd Luther McCarthy, scheduled to 'be eld at Springfield, on Friday s in strict compliance with the State law. No one but members, of the Springfield Athletic Club will attend, according td the informa- tion. t "I shall not interfere as long an contest ig held in compliance witi' th-e said the Governor, u. ;