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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 11, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETTTRT?TT>ttE PA ILY HERAIVn Saturday, May 11th,. Is the Advice of "Stavordale" Catties and S. O. EL Play Initial Game City Football League, Ball Park, Tuesday E$bn't Overlook the Opening * * + FRENCHMEN WIN TENNIS EVENT BOMBARDIER WELLS IS COMING ACROSS British Heavyweight Expects Matches With American White Hopes London, May 11.-Bombardier Well* the British heavyweight champion and Maloney, his trainer, will board the Mauretanfa today (or America. Mai oney said last night: "Certain clubs have approached me regarding matches with Jim Flynn, Carl Morris and other American heavy weights and his friends may rest assured that Wella won't go short of matches. We are out to do our part and feel confident the Bombardier will make good." BASEBALL IN THE BIG LEAGUES Stockholm, Sweden, May 11. -The first event in this year's Olympic games, was decided today, when Andret H. Gobert and Max Garmot, representing France, won'the final of the men's doubles in the lawn tennis matches, boating Hetter-wali and Kempe, Swedish players, by 6-8, 12-14 to 6-7, 6-i. �� *iir die quick-about the 4th of July. j WESTERN CAN. LEAGUE PITCHERS BATTED OUT OF THE BOX Standings Today National New York Cincinnati Chicago .. Boston ... Pittsburg W. 16 16 11 9 8 Brooklyn ... ........ 7 Philadelphia......... 7 St. Louis............. 6 American BULLETINS OVERSEAS FOOTBALL CLUS Chicago Boston ... Philadelphia Washington . Cleveland ... Detroit .... St. Louis Now- W. 18? 12 10 10 9 10" 6 � 4-'1 Pet .800 .762 .500 .429 .421 .412 .389 .273 Pet. .783 .600 .556 .500 . .500 .435 .316 .235 Association w. Columbus .. Minneapolis St Paul ..> Toledo A practice game" will be held on I Kansas City . Monday evening, at $.30 p.m.i^a';tl|e MllwaukVjo .;., Indianapolis .. ; bridge ' � �'-l.'.'Zi.r �  grounds .north' of- the traffic hetw^SC'twpXtverseas*' eleven,'! The -Squares will be as follows:- Sumner, Wheelan. Home, c;lubbr Mullen , Halkerston, Hincks,* Brfennain, Caudwell, Sim, and Joyce. The Stripes:-Coles, Has ton,Dixon, Cameron, James, Another, Hooker, J. Turnbull, Bembridge, Sneddon and Gladwin.         *           BRITI8H LADY WINS Stockholm, May "it:- Mrs. E. M. Hanman, Great Britain, was victorious iu the ladies' lawn tennis final, defeating. Miss. Caetensdfleld, Denmark, 6-9 to 613. , ,, .... 17 15 15 13 12 10 11' International w. Jersey City ... ....... 13 Rochester............ 9 Buffalo ... ... ....... � Baltimore ............ 8 Newark............. 8 Toronto............ 7 Providence.......... 7 Montreal ,,..  *, �.>  4 L, 9 8 12 11 14 13 14 18 L. 5 6 7 8 8-10 11 11 Pet. .654 .652 .656 .542 .462 '.435 ,391 ;379 Pet .750 .600 .563 .500 .500 .412 .389 .267 Results of Games National $-5 Cincinnati Brooklyn ... ...000 300 002-5 12 .0 Cincinnati ... ,.000 000 403-� 12 2 Stack, Yingling and Erwin; Gas-par, Smith and McLean and Clarke. 3-1 St. Louis St. Louis ..... .000 010 02x-3 9 1 Boston,... .:.':.000 100 000^-1 8 4 Steele and Wingo; Pedru and Kling. . ,, -V,-;, , ., -j . . %iJk Pittaburg ' i'kSri Pittsburg .'.....100 21103.x-8 11 2 Philadelphia .. .'.01.1 0% jjQQr-1 7 9 O'Toole, Can�lntt||^|jf||p|l^-|i Bre-nnan, Schultz .a,adrr(^iM^.frV"' . Chicago ... J.r.oW&'d' 00$--# 9' 1 New'York ... ..10.0 000 020-1" 8' 2 Cheney ands Archer; Ames and Myers, Edmonton and Red Deer Pull off the Game Edmonton, May to.-Edmonton and Rod Deer broke even tonight when the game was called at the end of the seventh. Baclreldor and Dellar were both batted out of the box on the first and third Innings and Dickenson and Ueinrich's replaced. The feature^of the game was a home run by Hovey, Edmonton's right fielder. Red Deei-3 ..... ... 304 010 0-8 8 2 Edmonton ... .....430 101 0-8 10 4 Bacheldor, Dickenson, and Bliss; Dellar, Heindricks and Weinholt. BASSANO TRIED TO DELAY THE GAME and Western Canada Calgary".. Red Deer Edmonton Bassano ., 1. . 1 ;i- � Northwestern V ; "103rT-|a.O 1 O'Brien andVyij%(!^and Stanage. --''^ �-�(' . 3-2 .New Vvorh� New York ... -.v^OpoiO^Wfcs 11 2 St. Lbuia ..., ^0^0�i;p$(^-2 ,-3 :4 Qutnn,. StrfftC - ^Mwrr? Ban:in-garfner and Siephensr" ^ ^  it, , ;*#'iipM|.^p!|iji Clevelaaid .. J^SW WSFmi^fe'U 3 Gregg�:JMvii^i^^X^Mimmk'.iai Egah. - -' ^�,;-';--^--- Umpire Awarded it to Calgary, Rotten Baseball Calgary, May 10.-Calgary won an uphill game from Bassano today, the official figures being 9 to 0, but the actual score was 15 to 8. Umpire Sullivan declared 'the game forfeited to the locals after they had scored 10 runs in their, half of the 7th.' Bassano was trying to delay the game in order to have the score revert to the sixth inning when the score was 6 to 5 in Bassano's favor. Calgary batted three Bassano pitchers all over the' fiel^. Gelvin, a new south paw for CSlgai^y was tried out but aft-ar "tie had allbw&d 4 rung he was taken out and Barney Barn-stead substituted. Score: Calsary ...... 101 030 10-15 10 2 Bassano .r.:*t:rrriw200 2~� e - 2 jpGelyin.. . Bafnstedi V and Davidson;; Mlnkle, Thelah, Hays and Starke. MCHiEWj AftEff (ORE SPOT Wolgast is iii Great Shape "for jHja feut July 1 Fdhth Association M. C. A. TENNI8 . . COURTS OPENED ICArt PAW RUBBER SOUS Cubosktlw pafcatod fMtures of csft Paw Heels. )to The Y. M. C. A. tennis courts were opened for play;.thls morning. They have some hot enthusiasts In that club. When old Sol and his glorious rays spread over the land this morning .they fell upon a contingent of members hard at it on the Y.M.C.A. courts. Possibly you. have omitted Eastern Brand cape from your everyday wardrobe because you thought all caps looked just ordinary. But you have yet to wear the cap with "class." ,..Ji.20 001 0l5%6 12 0 .. 210 003 the iBarracks grounds In which the High school proved victorious by 10 to i. 1 / A Fast Game The Beazer Loys came over to Lea- . irat......... McKain . .Second........ Hansch Short.......... Murray ampbell*____Third........ Mathers Schweixzer ..Left,,........ Bonnell Price ........Centre...... L. Mason Johnstdn ____Right.......... Morris THE CompL us 2 RE-ENPORCINO SPECIALTIES Expanded Metal, Twisted Bars^ T/iangle Mesh, Perfection Mesh, Metal Studs a-nd Joists, Herringbone Metal Lath "Solf-Seiiterinj"-The neyi. Idea In floor and roofjconotructlon , Duplex Joist Hangers, Pos;i": Caps and Bases . FANCY PRICK AND TERRA COTTA..'FOJj. FACING Hydratile, Dehydratine, Symentrejriv^mentoln.;  . The1 successfur waterproofing material V- - ' We make a specialty of Floor and Wall Tile and Marble Work. The Western Supply & Equipment Co., Ltd. 312-4th 8tr��t, South. LETHBRIDQE MARKETS  California grape fruit can fbe.had today at 15 cents each^~(br;}.^o fi&' 26 cents. Strawberries �t're^^j]h�eiltns for 30 cents per pint box^iM, pineapple still fetches 40 "feetjtijEgr fcyuunir bers are quoted at .15 cerijts t'6^35 ceftts each, and radishes #t 5�ce*ts^�S8io�. Hot-house lettuce still findk fa^orwJth the housewife at 40 cents per j)QJVhd. Rhubarb is easing up in price^four poundB for 25 cants. No. 1.Northern ..�'..' .. No. 2 Northern......w" No. 3'Northern .. .. .,,.�>: No. 4..........�... No. 5..............,, No. ti.............. No. 1 Alberta Red .. ... No. 2 Alberta Red .. ..'" . No. 3 Alberta Red . > .. i No. 4 Alberta Red .. .., . No. 5 Alberta Red ..... No. 6 Alberta Red ..... > Barley, No, 3 .... Barley, ko. 4 ........ , Bran, per ton........ ----- Shorts, per ton .. .......... 23.00 Oats, per ton, sacked........ 28.00 Rolled oats.............. 29.00 Butter and Eggs: Dairy- butter .. ........ .. 0.40 Creamery^ butter.... .. ..' .40 to .50 Eggs, fresh.............. 0.30, Vegetables: Potatoes, per cwt. .. 1.35 to 200 Potatoes, per ton .. .;. 27.00 to 38.00 Beets, per lb. ..:............. 0.2Vi , '?4f5 0.83 , '6.7S 0.70 0.59 0.47 0.78 0.77 0.7K . 0.71- , ' 0i60 ' 0.47 6.51 0.46 21.06 WEEKLY STOCK LETTER Supplied by Rice & Whaley, Winnipeg: , Receipts for the .past week are as follows: Cattle 802, hogs 3564, sheep 241, calves 115 as compared with 548 cattle, 1711 hogs, 187 sheep and 54 calves the week previous. There was quite an increase of all kinds of stock here this past week due largely to a rise in. values especially so on hogs. Some well finished, cattle were here this wedk and probably more good killers than for any like period thus far thiB season. The- better kinds ujet with a good keen outlet at prices very satisfactory to the selling interests. 7 cents was realized on quite a few of the tops. Good mixed bunches with a good percentage of cows sold at $5.50 to$6.00 medium cows $5.00 to. $5.40 and common cows at $3.50 to $4.50. Brills sold a little better this week, some fancy, up to 5 cents with the bulk of the good fat bulls 1.25 to 4.75( :� We quote as follows, delivered, fed and watered: Best milkers and springer $47 to $65 Common to. medium, . milkers^, (an