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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 6 THE LETHBRIDtif! DAILY HERALD AUU THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOST EVENTS to While Fernie Lost mil I J Plttsburg Michel Coleman and chlcago i i m IT- Philadelphia Coal Creek rlayed a 1 le Brookijn Coleman MJV marked the st opening of the' season for the Crop's Neet league, wh-eu three scheduled games were played. Hosmer played at Bellevue, being defeated 2-1. Frenii played at Michel, being defeated 3-0 Coleman played at Coal Creek to a score of 0-0. Coal Creek Game Good The game at Coal Creek was a most creditable exhibition for the initial ijalne of the season H-ilf an hour each way was mutually agreed upon ns tie duration of play, to enable the Coleman learn to connect -with Ihe train to Femie Particular credit be- longs to the defence of both sides which was responsible for the unus- ual record of no store The lineup Moore and Penoan Jackson and W Koughead; Easton, Stothers, R. Moore and Sudworth. Coal McFegan and McLetchle Yates Parnell and A McFesan- Patterson Weaier He" keth, Oakley and Myers. Coleman'a nejt game Till he on Sat Mai IS at Michel On Mm H Ferni-e will play In Coleman GOOD PROGRESS AT THE BUTTS The members of the Rifle issoola tlon had ano her leiy enjoyable after noons hooting last Saturdaj at the Uvo hundred range Despite the fact that a trick} wind was blowing some creditable shooting took place The sixteen members who fased the target revealed a decided in-provement In their shooting and pro ed that the} will before verj long chalk up some classy scores. It Is the itention of the association to ar raige competitions very shortlj in or der to stimulate the Interest among the members A practice w ill be held on afternoon and evening and also Satunlaj afternoon Those who Intend shooting are requested to notltj the sccretiry Mr Chlverall at the Bnipira shotlag giller} Round St, in order that the necessary Arrange- ments can be made. The following are the details ot the scores made last Sa'urda} afternoon namely W. J- Conrod P. Oliver S Stanford W. B. Turner W F Holt H. A. .Smith H. D. Donaldson E. P. Plttard ...N E J Webb S. ,T. Chiverall Capt Cunningham BfB. Joaes L- Sage W. Scott H: Goodeaough. N. T. MacLeod 9 SOCCER SEASON [BASEBALL IN THElJcTEAGUES OPENS IN THE PASS Bellevue Defeated Hosmer Standings Today National Cincinnati New York Results of Games National PlttsbUts W Clin-ago .471! Adam .471 .429 -too son 12-11 Pittsbiirg -WCtOOOv 13 18 3 1 10 003 liOO- U lo i'orry; Robinson and Olb'- Hculhacli, Cole anil Archer und THK Complete Supply House RE-ENFORCING SPECIALTIES Esimmled Metal, Twisted Uars. Triangle MesU, Porlectton Moth, MetaJ Studs aiid Joists, Herringbone Metal Lata new Idea In floor and .roof construction Duplex Joint Port Caps und Bases FANCY BRICK .TERRA COTTA FOR FACING Uehyuiatlno, Symontoln The ttatoriiiaotli'E material Wo make a tpcciiiltx of Hoot and Wall Tile -ind Maiblo The Western Supply Equipment ?hono 1044 312-itth Strett, South. 18 294 American Chicago Boston Washington Philadelphia Cleveland Detroit- St. Louis New York .067 .647 .625 .585 .SOO 10 10 .500 11 12 .333 -1 12 .250 S S'l lloston Boston 003.100 03s-0 10 2 Urooklj-n 100 001 i S 1 Brown, Hogg and Raridan Stack, Knetzer and Phclps. 1-3 New York I'lliladclphia 0110 000 030-3 4 3 New. York 000 013 1 S 2 Curtis and Graham Mathcwson and Archer.- f WORLD'S AUTO RECORDS SHATTERED AT SANTA M. BULLETINS Lady Golf Champ- ion Going to Banff Cincinnati .010 000 000 100 nob ooo Cincinnati St. Louis Kceie, Sugss and McLean and Win.eo. hO 0 2 Geyer Chicago I Chicago Olo'lOl Plttsburg -001 100 000-2 Richie and Archer QTocle Gibson. 1K9 Cincinnati and 111 1 3 I ouis On cinnati Willis, Da'e, ind go Smith Humphries, Bagbj, ton and McLean. 1 People Witness Sensational Tetz- laff in 90-Horse Power Fiat, Winner Oldfield and Brown Also Rans Santa -Monica, May- hundred and seventy-five thousand saw three new world's records established at -the fourth annual Santa Monica automobile races here today Teddy TetzIaH of Los Angeles, drlv- ____...... ______ ing a 90-horse power Fiat, won the Mutton" Robinson" McMlllen 30d mile free for all ttith the uhenom All Callie phjers are urged to be on enal average of 7SaO miles a.i hour. Kick-oft at 04i> Referee N breaking the previous mark of made last .ear bj Harvei Herrick in a National on the same course. Record for De Palma CALLIE PLAYERS NOTICE A practice game will take place on Westminster ground on Tuesday night between tile North Side and the South side Dallies. The following playors will! represent tho North: James Thompson Hariey ru Horn, .las. Ter.nant, Button. Douglas or Me- llvena. Knight, Tinning, Clementson, Jno. Tennant itnd A. Tennaat. The South will pick from the follow- ing; Mclntyre, Biumerman, Easton, WTiUe, Brennan Smith Oliver, Bell Thompson McMurtrie, MCA.IOO, D P hand Teuuant LIMBER UP BOYS The Y M C t uaseball team will J pr ictice regularl> on the barracks t N in- gi on-ds or, Tuesday and Fridaj even Hamilton, iMaj absence of .Iijs Dorothy Campbell of Hamilton :ormer Aniericaa golf champion, and the Bntiah and Canadian title holder, from competitive eients will be keen felt during the summer Miss the (smpire sooiiug K-UIB.J Campbell who Is leaving altar a in order that the necessary ;arrange- months sojourn at Plnehurst N C Boston ashmgton lledient, Cicotte: and Nunamaker Cashion, Akers and Williams -1 3 i. mcago ..ill spemi the summer at Banff the Imnerltlve order of her phjsic ans, with the assurance that it mesna complete recovery from the effects of i reoeat operation Chicago ClcHland 100 012 10 3 u nas the first game" of the season Uliite, Peters Mogridge, Langc and many errors were m evidence and Block ;ARL MORRIS GOT HIS FROM YOUNG MCCARTHY Luther McCarthy of Springfield Ohio, killed Ca'l Moris' liopas aa a champion at Springfield 'riday nlsht A swing to the QHla homa engineers jaw m the sKth put 7 Morris awa> McCarthy is barelj 20 rears old. These Fit-Reform Suits are Fashioned in Strict Accord with London Styles. Trig coats with natural shoulders, and soft fronts from collar to bottom of skirt. Waistcoats cut high, and Trousers with straight lines. Yon can get these new Suits in patterns that are really exclusive. McKELVIE McGUIRE. St. Louis Detroit American j 10-S St. Louis .311 000 005-10 .200 002 Bcn- Caleb Bragg of Pasadena was sec- York, the In the-medium car event Ralph de Palma. the Italian driver, in a- Mer- cer, set a new lecord of 11954 miles i. MILC notir tor ibl miles ttie ligtic day ening at (5 30 at the barracks ing .at E. Brown, Hamilton and Krichtoll: A. O. 6 FOOTBALL White and Blue engagement sj ening at (5 30 at the barrackr grounds Dress at club rooms, S 0 E H-iII Blue team Coles goal; Haines and. Pearson, backs Dalyell, Frier, Hall, half-backs, Huggett Gunshaw, Fanuch, Clayton, forwards White team Wplton goal, Farris, Firth, backs; Willlts, Chlswlck, Lee Firth, backs; Willlts, Chlswick, Lee Coimgton, Burns, ppntoll, naltllaclgi j-airbrothei, Ashman Par Works and Onslow. ker forwards 2-1 Chicago Chicago 010 001 Cleveland ...000 001 Mogrulgo awl Mock Ivihler Eastcrlv S-7 Washington and 303 001. 000-7 -.311 000 10 UP AT COWLEY COWLEY NINE DEFEATED TUB RIVER SWATTERS BY SCORE OF Cowley, iMay River baseball car event George loeimann of Los Angeles driving a placed the 101 mile record for small cars at 61S6 mhos an horn Onto o-ne accident that assumed a serious -aspect marred the day's rac- ing Near the finis'i of the freforal! DaMd Lewis in lae StuL> car threw a fire which struck 'William Ross, a. local and made him uncon- scious Oldfield .has ;Acident In his fifth lap Barney Oldfleld s huge Tilt thiew a tire at the Soldiers Home turn and struck R Vf Pierce a spectatoi, a glancing blow, hut did not injure him: Again' Oldtield going 1 more than 100- miles- aa'-hour dashed into the- ditch, hut the daring driver once more escaped unhurt though this accident and the bieaking of a front lAel spr'ng eirliei In 'he race put him out of the running Tetzlaff drove a beautifu1 race tak ing the lead in the second round He mg te i. mcago team went down to defeat'to the lo- never headed Lap after lap was 10 0 cal bunch on Sahlrda} evening 117 reeled off at the rate of more than inn mo (xnn_t n ils an hour on the straight Blandlng an! Ea'iterlv 10-5, Philadelphia New 1-1 Philidelphia 321 000 lli-10 IB Bromley at third and'Snyder at sec- ond were two stars for the-infield. reee 100 miles an hour on the straight aw ays and it was seen early m the lace that barring iccldents he had far too much speed for any of. the i other cars. Only twice did he stop for Hutcheson was the T} Cobb a" theltue trouhle game, making a triple, double and two 'ingles in four times up Vin Dusen Qmnn and Street, Plank while a little wild pitched; a good Races (Cracks "Off Wheels" and Egan. SUNDAY GAMES 3-3 Detroit St I oius 010 001 Dotloit 000 010 Lake and Stephens Willett Stanagc game tor the locals Ed Labin and Carnes, for the River, had great con- trol, .but were hit unmercifully The line-up: Ed LaBrie catch er E Hicks 1st haie J LaBrie 2nd big race and Barney Oldfleld who an nounced that he would be able to 'coine back" were virtually "raced off their wheels the very outset and throughout the lone and[ International R II E 151 272 Montreal Jersev Cit} Vielialm and Angernreier Mason, McHalo and Wells. Newark 1 0 Rochester 3 13 3 Enzmann, Lee and McCarty HedK- es and Blair. Buffalo 210 Providence 3 a 1 Merrill and Mitchell.; Mitchell ami Ilcclfemlorf and Schmidt Baltimore 8 14 Toronto B 13 I Smith, Victors .anil Kleinow Ru dolpli, Ssteelc, Lush, Fisher and Wil son. SUN-BAY GAMES Montir-al 8 12 2 Jersej City i S I Maitcra anil Curtis'; Cadore, Kil- lilay and Kondrau nuffilo 6 1 I'roMiiftncc 1 7 1 Jainieson, Stfoiid and Mitchell, Slinc and Bcckcnrtorf. 191 Rochester 3 10 2 McOlnnlty and-McCarty and Blair. onlj driver able to bise, W Carnes Ird bass II France tance of him a T n If W ititson C Hodgson cf J rt catcher an Dusen pitcher Crawford 1st base Snider 2nd bajc "Bromley, frd base Robijison ss Hvitcheson If, Glynn cf Christie rf H C Morrison Ind ch-irge of the game and ummred in a i enr satisfact Association Columlms Minneapolis' Cook and Smith Owens. Toledo M Paul Swan, Delimit canniere and' Block Louisville Milwaukee R H D 0 12 C 11 0 'Levcrcttc and ;p w-ithin dig __________ In his power- till Simplex was a disappointment, standing better than fourth. In 'the medium.ear event De Palma virtually had on opposition, -taking the lead at the start and showing the way to the finish. The light car event proved, the sin good prise of the day Toerminn and his 5. prise of the day Toerminn and his turning at Otnwa tmsll) Vaxv ell scarcely had been noticed In oTmmnp before co Siracuse belore ___, (Evaira) secuuu i 38 Flan ders (Tower) average 61. tad li 1 14 0 Hi. II 1 1 r. Northwestern Victoria Seattle Vancouver Portland Spokune-Ti Richaei and Spencer Dougherty jml Marshall. Indianapolis 6 0 City 2 l l Robertson Claikc Brandon and SI'NUXY GAMES Columbus I0 c Mhneapolis r' 8 McQuillcn, I idihart Smith, Olnntcad ami Owens. Louisville 280 Milvnukce 7 12 0 and Spencer, Noel and Hngnta. Toledo 6111 St Paul 6 3 lames and 1 ind t croy anil Block Indianapolis 2 B 0 Kansas Cid 1 4 3 Nixon and Clark; Illioades and O'- Connor. I uu new world's record, Medium cars Palms) .won. time Case U Nlkrent) second Case, (DIs brow) third. Frcc-l'or-all, '303 .Tetz iaff) won. time Plat (Bragg) second, Benz (Brown) third SCHEDULE OF DISTRICT BASE BALLJLEAGUE SENT OUT FOR APPROVAL BY CLUBS OPENS MAY IB The udiaiUile of the district baseball league dratted bj the committee for Uiat purpose will be issued to the clubs today for paHslue. The schedule calls for the'sonsoa to'open' Slay "IS, Pincher Creak at Jlacleocl, null Loth- bridge at Taber. Day, Taber plays at Plnclior Creek null'. Mucleocl plays at Letiibridsp. I'lncher Greek lilajs at I ibei on the Kings Biithdaj (Jun'o 3) and Lolhbridga plays at Macleod. Dominion" Buy. It tells to Lethbridjro to go to 'Mncleod again whiles Plnohor Creek.visits Tnber. Tho season closes July 28, eacli of the clubs playing two games la each town, twenty-four gamea in all. frills draft will be approved by the clubs before being adopted. The schedule Is us follows District League Kvaps -May Creek at Macleod Lothbildgo at TabCT Slav at. Pincher Creek; Macleo-.i at L-ethbridge. June Creek ni Taber; Lethbridge at Macleod. June at Lolhbrldge; Jlac- leod.at 'Pincher Creek June at Taber; L-etb- brldge at Pincher Creek. June Creek at Leth- bridge; Taber at Macleod. June at Pincher Creek; Tatrer at Lethbridge. July Creek jt Taber Lothbrldge "at Macleod. July at Pincher; Maeteod at Lethbrldje. July at Taller; Pin- cher Creek at Macleod. July. at Alacleod; Pincher Creek at Lethbridg-a, Jill) 21 at Pinchei Creek': Macleod at Taber. Monday, May CHALLENGES FOR WINNER POUR IN MANY PUGS WISH TO MEET AL- LEN OR ONE OF THEM Calgary, May challenges from lightweights from 'the United States and Pastern Canada, including llellly of Francisco Charles Luc ca of Chicago and Vclntvre who re contly boved in Saskatoon and is con sidered b> Tonrnij Burns a coiner in the lightweight class, haie been re celved asking for a bout v. ith the v. In ner ot the Allen. Bayley contest Heills gave Jimmy Potts a hard hat tie recently in Edmonton and was con sidered at the time one of the best boxers at his weight that has visited Alberta Charles Lucca, fought Billy Lauder at Winnipeg ibmit two jeai ago This bout with Laudei was one ot tue best fifteen round draws eiei witnessed in the cit> Lucca met Lauder again later on hut he was not in the best of condition Last year ho had eleven bouts In Nova Scotia Two Dai id Bruce-Brown favorite for the ot tnese ne won hi the-knockout route and earned decisions Th 1 lie pitckm tccn bol tional league It isn't ncctssary to praise Nap Kuckcr. MARKETS MARKETS ON UF GRADE Winnipeg, Mas ket prlcej today were Maj'. old......... new July..... Octobw Mas July Ex. No. 1 1 1 lie gi mar- Open 105% Peed, .May July No. 1 Northern No. 2 Northern 8 Northern No. -I No. 1 No. li Feed Can- No. 2 C. W. No. S C. Ex. No. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed No. 2 Feeil Barley- Mo i No. 4 Rejected Feed Minneapolis Wheat Open Jtih September ChltJSO Open May July September Olose id 10-Ui 43% 195 195% 103 tt no TO 67 Hi 41V. 42% 119 60 55 Close 108% Close 117% HOii NO CATTLE OFFERED Liverpool, May Rogers fe Co, eroool, cabled toda) that there were no cattle tor-sale in the GLASOOVV STOCK MARKET Glasgow, May S.. Hitchle, Glasgow, late Watson Ritchie, re ports sharper trade, higher prices, cat- tle scarcer, prime steers. tOD prices, cents; secondary, 9 cents; mid- dling, 8 cents to cents; .bulls, top; 1% to 'i% secondary, 694 to ft cents per pound live weight LETHBRIDGE MARKETS Dry onions'may be bad today ac three pounds tor 25 .cents, a little ex- pensive, but not so to those who like them. Green vegetables reaiain stationary In price but lUth warutei weather and a more plentiful supply" the.se will take a.tumbel -ere long: Butter and eggs still remain firm. No. 1 Northern No. 2 Northern No. 3 'Northern No. 4 No. 6 No. 1 Alberta Bed No. 2 Alherta Bed No. 3 Alberta Red No. 4 Alberta Bed No. 5 Alberta. Red No. 0. Barley, No. 3 Barley No 4 Bran, per ton Shorts, per ton Oats, per ton, sacked Rolled oats Butter and Eggi: Dairy butter Creamery butter Eggs, fresh Vegetables: Potatoes, per cwt. Potatoes, per ton Bestsy.pcr ID. Carrots per Ib Ib Cabage jioi Ib Celery, tier pound Parsnips, per ppund Hoof Steers, pel pbund per pound SD.8-1' 081 071 0.70 Oo'l 0.7C 07, 074 0.70. OBI Ool 0-tl.. 23.00 28.00 29.00 0.40 .40 -to .50 0.30 1.35 to 3-00 27.00 to-38.00 tot 0.13 Dressed, per pound Shtep: .per ewt. per cwt Ib Live, per cwt. Po'llltry; Geese, OOB' 041, o u. To-wl M.y. Cullivatwl Day in balk s.oo 11.00 0.12 014 022 0.15 0.12 0.1S. 16.00. OUTPOINTS'DILLON f Nerw York May Kla.u of PA tsliurr outpointed Jack Dillon of ludloumpolis In a, tame 10 round bout tonlglit The met weighed IB at the ringside turned the at 1S8 .aid Dillon two pounds I A of J.OOOOOO francs will be distributed this year anil cvc'ry.siic- iwduvj year until 1921 among the Freiicii olivo growers. This will a bownO avfiraglng fl 17 aa ;