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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL AND WORLP'JJ FO REMOST EVENTS TITE LETHBRinGE DAILY. HERALD Wednesday, .May JS Opening Game of the City Football League a Hammer ANOTHER LONGSHOT BASEBALL IN THE BIG LEAQUES Results of Games 1 Callies and S. O.E in Vne of Their Great Battles FAILED TO SCORED GOAL Played Before Big and Enthusiastic Crowd S. p. B., 0; Callles, 0. "-It IMS league th 'It vas witnessed by a crowd of ove five hundred, being paid specta ors. It was a game with plenty kick ing. !It was early season football. It was not worth a, win to clthe side, as neither.'team deserved to wl on the showing. it was :a hard fourht game through, with little science. It was worth the" money, and pleas ed.the crowd of enthusiasts, It was full of everything in thi fddtbsll calendar eicept scores. And tbare you have it, aU in littli sublets to be digested as may be found .eonvenient. Over half a thousand fans jaurneye( to the bail park last sight to ffitrseas the first game or the league season There have been larger crowds at the first game of the season' than that 01 last.night. There have been more en. thusiastic crowds, but nevertheless, all seemed to set the worth of their money with the right changa ba.lk. And all seemed to be satisfied with the result of the game. Some thought ihe Callies should have pulled .through with a win on form. Most thought a tic was the bait' solution of the prob- lem. the lact that there wan a novEcore gamp.'will stimulate inter- further games. Contrary to expectations, .the SgJiie went for the full league period of 45 minutes each way, and OIdt So4 -WOT. kind enough to stay on the'jolTuniil ihe last dog v.as hung Many, thought it .would have been better to cut 'the time down to thirty minute hilvct, but it was good practice for to stick right through the wh couifie. Although.lt was the league opaning were .none of the usual prelinv inarles About tj.io the boys lined up array: The Sons won the toss and elected to kick down the with the sun .iii their backs. The' official! line-up follows: goal; Bannerman Brennan, halves; Oliver, L-innlng, .and -McMurtrie, forwards; Sons of goal; Far- ris and Firth, backs; Leo, and. WHIetts, halves; Fltrbrothor, Ashman; Parker, Gurr and'Holberton, forwardi JackrDavIa' was elected to handle the game, aad did it to the satisfac- tion of most of the fans. A pass- ed some rather harsh, criticism of work in sjrots, hut it wai .just a little better than the class of .football put up, by the old rivals, BO there seemed Not a Reflection on Last Night's Tilt at the Ball Park CYLGADA, AT 100 to 8, WINS NEW. MARKET STAKES-FAVORITES ALSO RAN Way Newmarket Stakes run today at Newmnrkot, over u mile hurt n quarter coin-so, wus won Sir K. Casscls- Cylsnila, 100 to S. W. Itaphnel's Tuegllo. li to 1, second and U Gussey's Catmint, 100 lo 6, third.' Two of tho favorites "or tho Derby Lamoml, who startad'at J to o and White Star, who start: "led ut 3 to 1, wore among the also vans. The winner is by Cyllene-Qad- lly, and is entered for the Derby. Ho wus unplaced ill tlia two thousand TacgUo won the one thousand guineas. Mike Gibbons Gave Lavin.Terrible Beaten National .2-0 Chicago Chicago ......003 81 i'Mlfldelphla ......000 1 0 Cheney and Archer; Alexander SciUori and Killltcr. 0-0 St. Louis SI, Louis ......00-1 000 II 0 Brooklyn 000 2 3 Sullec aiitl VYiugo Kapon and lioHtou-Cinchtnati, rain. Mew York-Pittslnirgj rain. Buffalo, May ic.-'jlike Gibbons, of St.'Paul, save Paddy Lavln of Buf- falo a terrible heating in eight rounds 1 of ;i bout 'Scheduled to go ton rounds i before the Buffalo Athletic associa- i tlon here last, night. The referee (stopped the bout and waied Laviu to I his corner after the Buffalo boy had taken the count five times, three at 1 the close of the seventh and twlco in the eighth. At the opening of the i eighth Gibbons protested against fur- ther punishing Lavin. but the referee waved them to the centre. .Gibbous Uent Lavin to the lloor twice with rights to tho chin and although Lnvin Iwas unable to stand up at the count of nine, the referee stopped the uout. HUDSON'S BAY TEAM To Play Football, Match with Camp- bell, Wilson and Home Ag- gregation Tonight The football artists of the firm of _, Football By WALT MASON game was ended, and the noist, at last had died away, and now! night. The Ime-up of the C. thered up the boys a-he.c they in pieces lay. And one was ham- e'Horne .1. B The' wa an now niht. e me-p o C. W. they gathered up the boys a-he.c tey n peces ay. n one was am- 'H, g 'Horne .1. Benton; mered in the ground by many a jolt and jar; some fragments never havc Braltiiwaite, P. Home, Dill; Jlcllvena been found they flew away so far. They Sound a stack of tawny hair, some nannard, Smith, Tueson, Flack. fourteen cubits high; it was the half-bick, lying there, where he had crawled j The game will he pulled off on the rdie They placed the pieces on a door, and from the crimson 'field, that Overseas grounds hero then they gently bore, like soldier on his shield. The surgeon toiled the live long night above the gory wreck; he got- the ribs adjusted right, the Tfishbbne and the neck. He soldered on the ears and toes, and got the seven o clock ENGLISH CRICKET May, The following Copyrifhl bf Mitlhew Ad.rav U viotlm to Lancashire, being dereatea by an innings runs. American 5-1 Detroit Detroit ..........200 000 102-5 7 2 ew Vork .....'....001 (100 4 0 Wullin and Stallage Catdwell and Williams. G-5 Boston liostoll ............000 100 11 "3 St. Louis ..........100 400 100 Cicotte .iiul Thomas Baunigartner and Krichcll. 7-0 Chicago Chicago ..........201 310 !l 3 Philadelphia.......000 000 000-0 73 'Uonz and Kuhn; Coombs, 1'cnnock anil Lapp. 3-2 Cleveland v Cleveland .........000 000 4 1 Washington 4 3 .Gregg'and Livingston; Groom and hvsnry. Assor-iation 1C-3 Kansas City Minneapolis 3 Kansas City 1C Young and Owens Alllrock Rooney. 3-2 St. Paul "Standings Today National New York .1.7 Cincinnati is Chicago............... I'lttsburg 8 Uoston'....., 10 Brooklyn 7 Phllndelphltt 7 St. Louis 3 American I'ct. 'Jhlcago ioston...... Detroit niltadelphia iVashlagtou..... 21 15 IS JO 11 levelaml Y.'. -10 New York............ It. IjOllis'.'........ 0 .310 .783 .Cft .435 .350 .SCO .320 .808 .852 .COO .-155 .273 International MARKETS LETHBRIDGE MARKETS tochestor ereey City iuffnlo Pronto, laltimore 'rovldenco .lontrenl Newark 13 1-1 10 9 S S 7 Northwestern w. 'ictoria 15 15 'orUand 15 'acoma 13 11 lea'ttle...... li Association AV St. Paul 3 2 and 11 3 d -i Milwaukee Leroy and Block Slapnick and Marshall G-5 Toledo Louisville............ 5 10 1 Toliitlo 7 2 Snyiler and Spencer; Alkcnberg and Land. 1-0 Colunihus Columbus 101 Indianapolis...... 0 2 -1 Packard and Smith Schlitzer and Casey. to be no kick coming.. R. aad 3, Gurr handled the Hajs on sidelines. To get down to Ihe game, Welton, the regular of the S O. E. aggrega- tion, was laid up, so Coles took hia place .in the gpal. The whistle had hardly blown before the Sons' in trouble. A corner got pant him, and ihortly after it wan kicked off, McMurtrie sent in a warm one which Coles cleared with little to gpure. A little luck .for the. Collies would given them the load right there but the old bird, luck, was not perching on the shoulders of either team last night. A couple of corners for the Calliea followed, but neither brought forth fruit In the form.of a score. Easton WHB doing sonic raid season booting, and ae a consequence the ball WRH fcftpt 'mostly Jn S. O. B. It was on1 the' old veteran McMurtrie that the eyes of the crowd Vested most often, for making.long shots on almost impossible passes. He was little wide time, however, and goi by rwith little trouble, Mc- Iniyre got V chance, to getjn boot early in the game when one got past Johnny Eaiton, but he wis not press- fd and Chliwick and Farrtx of the SouBlwerej.doing HtrculMn work for the Sons in nearly every of game, although r showed up rather poorly a re- ult' of the atick-to-itiveness of White the half back line of the tallies probably broke up as many asfies during the evening as any man the Held. When about fifteen minutes, half had passed uneventfully fay, White took a chance and poked a long one from centre. A cheer ent up from the bleachers; it look- like La sure thing for the Callies, .it toe balU bounced over the net, for goal kick. That was about the only ally exciting minute of the whole t-to. t That covers Hie. first fifteen minutes the game. As It is a custom of Shakespeare never to repeat, Jt is found necessary at this juncture to any attempt to make a. detail- ed (Jwcrtptiou of the fray, lluch boot- ing, little combination, and a few thrills and frjlis. gives the game from Ujat time on. Ac one time or another nearly every one of the twenty-two men got into the limelight, hut could not finish the job started. A couple of accidents which result- ed in ;free. kicks occurred. Riibe Far: ris. rolled Clementson over.hiB knee, twisting the latter's back. He stuck through the game but was plainly suffering from the shake-up. Chls- wick, and one of the Callies .came to- gether rather, harshly at: one. or two junctures near the last of the game, and warm ftelingi were in evidence for a minutei or. two. However, the passing breeze was of little conse- quence, and nothing came of a warning from his nibs, the urapa. Coles was called en to stop BO me hot.ones during the last ten min- utes. He did it too, and there was no luck about it this time. Cole's play: ed a plucky1-game all through, and gave a better exhibition of goal teml- ng than has beon seen in some of the championship matches in Lethbrldge. -And there la to it Each team left the field with one point to Us credit. It was a clean game, and will bring.out.a.good crowd when he old time .rivals meet on the pitch for their., second set-to of the sosson. Fast Ball in the District League First Game at Macleod Friday .-.Pincher Creek Visitors-Lethbridgeat Taber Saturday The Southern Alberta league of amateur baseball clubs composed of Lothbridge, Taber, Macleod and Pincher Creek open their season at Madeod Friday. Pincher Creek will be Mncleod's opponent for the Initial fixture. On 'Saturday the second event takes place at Taber when the Lethbrldge nine face'the champions of last year and the Brewery Cup holders. But the meagre accounts have drifted in as to the calibre the teams but the little that has been learned bespeaks of amateur baseball of the highest ortler. Lethbridge will take the fastest line-up of men to Saturday that has ever represented the town In amateur ball games. Harry Pulley will be behind the bat receiving the rapid fire of the "Quaker Oats Kid Slick Meyers, who had the pleasure of taking the Taber champ's measure twice last season. On first sack a new light ta local baseball will he seen in Dines, the Spokane city leaguer; he has all the qualifications of the sea- soned ball player and is a hitter trom away back. The heavy combination :hat has been picked for the other infield positions promises to hold the tort against any kjnd of an attack. On second base will be seen the batjtle- scarred warrior. Josh Moore, who has fought many a fight for the fame of International Toronto Columbus St. Paul Toledo .Milwaukee Kansas City Louisville Indianapolis WESTERN CAN. LEAGUE Calgary...... Edmonton. Red Deer Bassano W. 4 '3 There is no change in tho prices on the local market slut'o yesterday. :Tho continual! In retporisl- blo for nu increasing supply of now laid ogjjs, -whlcli, however, still re- main at tho price of :10 cents per doz. en. vGreen vegetables aro unohang- 3d In price. Some California aspiira- Kus at, 20 cents per pound may ,bo had at the local Stores. No. 1 Northern No. 2 Northern O.S2 No. 3 Northern ..0.78 No. .'1 No. 5 _____ 0.58. No. 0 0.41! No. I Alberta Red 0.7S No, 2 Alberta Red 0.77, No. -s Alberta Roil 0.75 No. 4 Alberta Rod d.08 No. 5 Allrerta Red 0.57 No. (i Aiheria Red 0.46 ,22 I Barley, No. 3 0.52 7 .0117 I Qarloy, No. 4 isSSiSran, per ton 21.00 10 .474 j Shorts, per ton 23.00 10 .444 I Gain, per ton, sacked 28.00 n "oiled oats 20.00 Buller and _ggl. Dairy- butter 0.30 to 0.35 Creamery butter 0.40 to 0.45 Egss, fresh _. 0.30 Vegetables: Potatoes, .per cwt. 1.3B to 2.00 Potatoes, per ton 27.00 to 35.00 Beets, per Ib ____ Carrots, per Ib. ____ Turnips, per Ib 0.1% Cahbage, per Ib. O.Oli Parsnips, per pound 0.03U Onions, per pound .0.5 Cattle on the Hoof: Steers, per lioupfl Cows, per pound 0.0514 Cows, dressed, per pound 0.11 Steers, 'dressed, per pound 0.12 Sheep: Live, per cwt. 5.00 Dressed, per cwt. 11.00 Hogi: Dressed, per Ib 0.12 Live, per owt. .0.09 Poultry: Geese, live 0.14 Turkeys 0.22 Chiclwnfl ____ 0.15 Fowl 0.12 Ducks 0.15 .SliS Pet. .577 .03 .63 .50 .44 CALGARY WAS GIVEN AN AWFUL DRUBBING 11 Danforth and Payne ;Rudolph and ilisrgins. Rochester Newark Klepfer anil. Blair, Smith. Jersey City Montreal 'Ba'ssano, Alta., May oiitfleided .and buthlt, CaJgary went 162 dnwn to an' inglorious defeat by the B 9 2 I stratilng score of fourteen to one in the second grime of Bassano's first 4 .Land Pincher Was Ahead Moose Baxter Makes an Appeal to Stay Itacliod, Pinohw Creek Junior: Bmieball "tmm came down on and played the local Juniors. It was the first time IhoMac- leojl hoys had played together this leaion, and the Pincher team had no difficulty in winning from them by a tcore of 5 to G. The for slx Innings, at which time the Pincher gratlon Humphries, ia nearly due to Creek team took occasion to walk off jump Into the limelight once more. Lethbridge. On the diamond his rlght'hand bower, brother will be spearing them at short and in George Moore you see the most consistent ball plajer outaide of'the professional ranks. Last of the inflelders, but probably mightiest bf thehr ail is Paul Seidenbecker, caretaker of the difficult corner, third haae. Paul IB to play the game of his life.this season. -Watch his smoke. The outfielders been defintely decided upon yet. There is a galaxy of stars to pick from hut the choice will probably fall: of the foiloWing; Evans, Green, Stewart, Wriggles worth. AH have the nec- essary speed and ploutlng ability. With this bunch of artists.doing.duty in the outer garden, they'll, have to hit "em far and -'era by. Conflicting reports have come from Taber regarding their team.- Some stay it is a stronger than last season and others say to tlie'contrary. Taber la not; likely to he in the back-sliding class after their showing last season, and it Js safe to say.that they will .be'-better than uver. "Who wiH win at Macleod Friday? Macleod has gathered together a first-class amateur team. It is understood and it said they compare favoiably with the best of the Southern Alberta League teams oC last season. Macleod won the Brewery, Cup lour years ago was first; put up, the. league- consisting at that time of the same clubs identically as compose the league now, _ s Pincher. Creek is red hot'for the game and have evinced a stronger in- terest !n league matters than any other club. Just what kind of team, they have their Is somewhat of a secret but it is bound to "be a good one and strictly amateur according to Indications. If Pincher can lift the. mip they will be. given the glad hand by the rest of the! league clybs. There is n fine scnerosity'of feeling for the success of'Pincher .iri Lethbridgo at any Mcllale arid Hondeaii ;vViebahn and Roth Buffalo ...........................13 12 0 Providence............. 5 05 Jameson and Schaug Mitchell, Thomas, Sline.and Beckeiidon. i jVorthwcstcrn Portland r. 0 Seattle "l Klein and -Harris Thompson Whaling. Victoria Vancouver Wilson and Lewis Tacoma Spokane ......11 9 A'gnew 3 -2 7 0 and 13_ 3 t 3 aud home series in; the rWestern Canada leaguo at Berkley Park tonight. Hayes pitched.. lor Basstino, discovered hii true form and the-hero' of the game, striking eight men out dgai niBtead's three, while the team round showed its superiority over the visitors that- fifteen, hrta were made to the Broncho's three. EDMONTON LOST AGAIN TO HURLEY'S RED DEERS Cadreau anil Devogfc; Gordon and Lalonde. BATTERY'TRAINS TONIGHT mt thi; Bter' the field. The game In places wai very exciting, and It' fa to be hoped that these. teams .will he, i6- the season, aa both teami contain acme very good rnt- tcriitl. docs not watit to leave Sunny Alberta, The charms .of his adopted country are and H's here that he would stay. So bddly do'eg he .hate to travel back to the ihelter of Uncle Sam that ho applied litornev General 'Mit- chell to be allowetl to remain In Cal- gary, lion. Mr. Mitchell .-has ndt given his answer yet, and ftfooae'B time Is nearly up. vJf he falls .to ap- pear "in Leth'bridge nt the apppliHcd time, he forfeits 1300 hard cash .which he put up as bond for. his fippcurnnce; Moose is now ft. capitalist in" Gal- pary nnrt bellevea that he should be given another try. However if his negotiations with the Attorney eral are not satisfactory, it's back to old U. S. A. for him. new, equipment and with the assurance man in the bat- tery this year, will be mounted, the members, of'the unit are already tak- ing great interest in the preliminary instruction school which is being held f the'-battery boys prior to going nto camp. The school of instruction .his year lasts practically five weeks and the.'company should., be-in good trim by the time the miiBtcr roll is called on the morning of-June 13. fSergt.. Instructor McDonald, Jr., of Kingston is in charge of the class. Drill will be held tonight (Wednes- day) at 7.15 at the city market. Those Intending ..to recruit should hand 'in their names early a date as possible. Red May Deer its second home" game tonight beating Edmonton-.decisively by- a score of 10. to for Edmon- ton and was hij, pretty hard. In the earlier.; part of 'the.'game- he pitched toward the: 'end ho put .the ball across tlie centre nnd :he hard hitting Hurleyltes drove the ball to all corners of; the lot. Dick- inson pitched for Red Deer, aud while, batted fairly freely, kept tho hits well scattered. Cricket Today London, "Afpy 'the cricket matches ended today, M. C. C. defeated the South Africans by 10S runs. BULLETINS WEDNESDAYS GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg, May The-wheat mar kets open and close today were: Open May, Old_ July October Oats- May ix. No. May Ex. No. 1 Feed July Flax- May 398 July ,.J8S .Cash Prices No. I Northern No. 2 Northern No: 3 Northern Closo 104 104 105 48% 44% 4 -Hi. IDSVi 48 9i 10-! 101 No. 5 'eed No. 3.C. W o. 3C.-W Ex. No.yl "Feed No. 1 Feed Vo. 2 Feed larley. ied Jay 'uly September Minneapolis Wheat Open 1M% 10K% OVERSEAS FOOTBALL CLUB game.will be played' on the grounds north of the traffic-bridge and the following players are request- ed! to he on the ground. Summer, Horne, .Patterson, Wneelrui, HalkerBtbn; Mullen, James, Joyce, Sim Brennatij Caudweli; Bembridge, A. Thompson, Hooker, "Sheddon, Turn- bull, Hinclcs, Cameron, Clubb, .Djxon, Haxton and Collier. Chicago Wheat; Open May nti% July 112% September 1071a 75V-.- 4S 43% 5G Close Close 11614 11-SM. 105% BASEBALL MEETING A meeting of the city amateur lea- jue baseball club has been called tonight in the Y; M. C. 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