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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTF DAILY Friday, OGAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOST EVENTS BASEBALL IN THE BIG LEAGUES CARNIVAL OF fORT AT r RAYMOl VICTORIA DAY Lethbridge Football Tea'm to Play Ray i ,mond Eleven-Baseball Game and Athletic Events May 17, Special to the Herald.) 24th ot May promlaet lo be a big day fur Raymond. In addition to the iplondld program at iporta arranged ilttluii Improveineut As ioolatloni of .the Tnylor Btako for their tlrst an-gua'l field day, there will b Cob bj-who wns Indefinitely suspended yes- Icrduy 1'or his Battle a spectator at n New game, IB reinstated.- A-'tele- gram lo tbat affect, signed by all the players; :-hag been sent to President Bail Johnson. Results of Games 8.5 Cincinnati HOBlon 000 103 5 9 Clnclualll .000 3U' S 14 Perdue, GrlT-flil nitd Kllng: Fromm mid McLean. 5-4 St. Louli' St. l-ouls 000 o 10 Brooklyn ..300 000 I n IJnutlermilk Bliss; Wlngo Kliclier, flapon iiJUI'l'holpB. New York Plltsbur- 000 000 4 York .000 OOJ -I S O'Toole ami Kelly; Marquard am Myers. t _. Philadelphia-Chicago, ruin. 'American All American League games post- poned, rain. Association Minneapolis.... 100 050 7 .1 Kansas City. 050 017 15 2 Olnistcud and Chvcus; Powell and O'Connor. AH other .giuues prevented. Iiitcniatioiiiil AH games postponed, rain. A GRAHAM. DOI'NG WELL Messrs. .O'Brien Pool. Parlor to Agiln Wilson, whOEe pool parlor nmed down a couple' not be allowed to die olrt at Raymond. ;i? At the Rifle Rangei The following Is the retult of bhe regular mid-week shoot at the Rifle Singes, which iras held on Wednesday evening of tbjrn -week. Fettle 10, Paris 16, Gllliea 15, Nalder 12, Roach 9, .Keillor Forsythe S, Norton nolly S, and; Young 3. Increased interest Is betng' taken: in'.target; shooting' nt Raymond and it li (bought that ibort'ly-a formal' effort will be made to hers. 'v_ '.r "win be. Popular T-tie new equipment' haa arrived for the Tennis Court at. the Bank ot Montreal, and cunsLderafiU work, has been done on the Court in the Tray or. for the summers work. Dr. .7. E. Amos also has been ou'tbe grail court at hla residence and has a much better one than iMt year.' From prewnt Mdlcatloni Here will: be two clubs in town this MBbn. McFarland to Fight Ray Bronson at 138 Pounds Pmclier McFirlind irticlw of v agree- ment for nit Urn round bout with Kir Bronum, of Uli at Wuhlngton Park on .nlfkt of Mi? The man will -wilgh in it 1H voiradl at noon. When tbfly a 20-roUnd draw at Kcw Orlwuii two yeari af o they fought at limit- uMc- Farland who outclMied Youagf Erne xt Philadelphia lut nliht, will con- tinue toll trm'lnlnff at'Cnioaioi one tboufind- aaldt; lo rowed July' jis.; Arnit'rexpeniei havei yet -to he the ra'v ther ilowly. BULLETINS 3. 0. E. SPECIAL MEETING Tbe S.O.E.F.C. wJll hold a special meeilng at the Quick Print office on Saturday-night- at'7.30.--All members and ,'iuppbrten are reauested u> at- tend na Important .builneis wlll.be WOLGAST AND RITCHIE MAY MEET ON Mutt be Ten Roundi li the Only Stipulitltn or the Champion Sin Franclicp, .May James W. Coffroth negotiating to- day for a return bout between Wllllo nitohle, and Ad. Wolgait for June 15. Before leaving for tho eiat Wol- agreed, providing the bout was over a longer distance thau their four round encounter last Saturday The two will be matched for ten rounds If Wolcul'B conditions, permits. Fer tWa month's uUractlon Coffroth ifter a 20-round go between Ritchie and Jick Brltton. The bout will be arranged unlMa nltchle decides lo go Mil In reiponse to all Invitation from a New -York promoter, where ho hai prwpecti of- mitchei with Matt WelU and Lench Ritchie will decide today! A'orthwestcru SeaUI-a.....-. Portland............... Fullertcn ami and Harris. S li 4 Spokane...........: 4 (i 5 Hunt nud Crittcnden; Bridgor and Ostdlck, Vancouver ,..............10 16 .1 Victoria (i S 'J Smith, Gervals Helfcrd and Lew- is; Marveson, Connecau and Hasty, f, 1 1 5 '3 Easterly Standings Today National New Vork Cincinnati Plusburg W. 2ft Boston St. Louis 3rooklyn I'ct. .800 .462 .381 .MO :370 American hlcago Detroit 'hiluclolpliln iVashlngton Cleveland s'ew Yprk St. Louis PINTADEAU EASILY LED THE FIELp, OF THOROUGH BREDS Newmarket, JSng., CUay leiui, a Hashing chestnut colt, carried W L Pet coloi'B lo an Impressive vlc- 21 ti .77SitGTy yesterday In Uio -Pllyno stakeu, lli S 1.4 13 -.019 11 11 .600 It 13 10 32 Iiitci'iintioiiit] w. Roclieslcr 13 ersey City In alo 10 'oronto 10 'rovfdcnce loutreal .260 Pel. .684 .CS2 .500 .474 .400 .3CS Northwestern L. Ictoria Hi .12 ancouvcr 1G 14 ortlnnd 15 15 acomn............ 1-1 14 12 15 eattlo 13 CAN. LEAGUE Calgary Edmonton Bassano Red Deer THE STANDING W. L. Pet. n 3 .675 4 4 .50i -1 5 .44, 3 4 .428 oliinibua Mtnuoapols SL Paul Toledo........ .Milwaukee Kansas City Louisville Indianapolis Association Pet. .571 .533 .500 .GOO .444 .4-18 .cno .704 .57.1 .542 .4G2 .333 .391 .-as u'ntce over' a inilo and a quarter. This was tho second vlclory for Hie King. Dorodnndo having sturted .tli winning list, a few days ngo. Niu thoroughbreds iixcc'J Uio Btanor Ini pliiludsuu had no dllliciilty- :n ou.i riimifng his l-lvals In tlio last quat lew -St. Neots finished s'econd iMonllc Jlontlcello was third. MARKETS SLUMP IN PIT BILLY ALLEN LIKE TOMMY BURNS International Yacht Race 'ONCE IN A AWHILE THEY "Peaches" Graham, the sturdy catcher of the. Phillies, is doing the bulk of the receiving for Dooin's and'performing in .great shape. BACK TO THE ENGINE Carl Morrta Has Shot His Wad If Due to Back Up POCT Carl. Morris! The one-time hope 'of the white race was knocked out by an unknown fighter named Luther McCarthy tho otugr night. Carl will probably stick to .his engine for good now and! leave 'tha rink: tq ita fate. Incidentally :McCarthy may turn out long-sought white hope. He. fmiihed up Morris in nulck- 6T FJynn and the other heavyweight stars by Hie score of--3-lo 1 in six innings Hayes, [or the visitors, pitched a mag nifireht 'game, al.crwing only .two scratch, hits, ford was" fair, allowing only two walked nine and made two wild pitches. ..Score: Edmonton 000 2 2 U'Jl 3 '2 Ford and Stark.'' Hayes and POSTPONED Calgary, May teer rorne the Matter with Cohb Larry IJoyle has stolen, more uasas :han my other player in thc.Nation- tl league. Sam Cri-wlord holds this distinction -Inu. the-American: Ty -obb .has not broken -'into the stolen oaae column to any" vextent. as yet, hut may be depended upon to do coa- llderabln Durlolrilng'of the sacks be- fore the season Arranging Big Fights New York, J ray 1C.-1 Officers of the Madison Square Garden Athletic club lippe to contracts for two box- ing matches, which, will bring three, champions into action. One prospect- ive bout will bring together Jobuny Couloo. the American bantamweight champion, and Digger Stanley, hold- er the 'English title; and .the other involves Joimny Kilhane, the world's Eeitlherwelsht champion, and Knock- out Brown. Coulon ,has agreed to tnke the Briton 'on at 114. pounds. This fisure. IB below weight limit of both both can make it., Coulon weighed only pounds ringside when he the bantam- .countries, but fought Solzberg last Wcdnesilay Brooklyn. Mclnnis and .Mclnnis of the Athleticn, leads the American .league .batters .for the flrat 15 game's, with 'an average, ol .404. Lajole is socoad with ;3S9. ChleE Mey- ers Is the leading National league ellgger having the big average of .569. McCarthy the Pittsburg hitting mar- vel follows the Indian.with .423.. New York, May presence of the Duke of Sutherland in this country is believed 'by yachtsmen here to foreshadow ft uew challenge for the America's Cup. The exneci- ntlons are.- that within a short time negotiations will be opened between the' New York Yacht club, ami tho Roynl Yacht squadron; 'which will lead'to sn internatioiifil coutest next ACTION AGAINST LOCAL LACROSSE' STARS Fleming Threatens to Enjoin Lalonde and others from Playing Here May lfa'.-e-R. J. Fleming, DOSS of the "Big- Four" has instructed legal advisers to examine the con- .tE signed by "Newsy" Lalonde and others and which', they later. Jumped ,o ascertain on chc cdiisi T'.LiGorge Kennedy la iilready In .court, ivlth a similar action against Con, Janes; on the other hand, baa fued the Fltzgernlda for for >reach ot contract but wilKnot make my test case in the qia'ttei- :of an in- nnctloH. GRADUATED FROM LACROSSE FIELD TO PROMINENCE IN .-THE RING Calgary. Mny Alien Usi week took cut several boxersjn (ho oust Tor sevornl rounds each lo te him Iir'his training for the coming contest wJth Joe Bay ley Bassano. C.' E. Uncle, Allen's manager, IB confident that nilly shows up better at tho present time than he has dvir Ing tlio past year. In Tact, he states that Allen is feeling about'the same as ho did when he met-Abe Attell al Syracuse and gave the Jewish cham- pion the hardest hiittle he has exper- ienced In lato years. Hiiuk, as ina-i ager for Allen ever since Dilly left the lacrosse floid to enter the 11stic Ediuc, believes at the present thus that Allen is on tho verge or his moat successful season. The Btory of' how Huck was 'influ- enced to an interest In Allen will he Interesting at the present time Allen was at oue time one of the fastest lacrosse players In the league- n wliicli Ottawa figured. Several tliuc'3 he'dlsplaycd his pugilistic abili- ties ;oh the field while 'playing' with Otltiwa against Almonte, Arniirlar and other towns on tho circuit. Finally he decided to enter a few bouts at Syracuse nnd-It was then that Allen discovered that he' could box. One at Uio station In Muck, who was connected wllli the Syra- cuse Sporting Chip, met Allen- anil 'a conversation look place between them JTiick told Allen that he had watched him box.ut Syracuse and believed if ho hud ft proper manager ho'would .luris'Qut to be a-eliampioir. AHcn lik- ed the Idea and right there asked >he wpuld.jiot manage him. for a few weeka aQd.innally took the Ot- tawa "hoy i they, have Chicago, May Severe call-? Ing or margins todny In a O-L more than LVvo c'eiita ti bneliol Troin tho jirlco wheat. This meant -j a fall of bvor nino cents from the hlgli figure, which reeonlly prevailed. [i The market; thougli'wlldcf'thnn mi- 1 tier ordinary circumstances, waa relu- -j lively steady, as coin'paWd with pre- p vloua days, when just boCoro.tlio close a flood of BtoiJ-loae orders brought '-koiit conriiElon. to noarlykla Most oi tho trade today aeemed to ,be In the nature of an effort on the uavt of the owners to captnro dlsap- pearlng profits.'. Accordingly pressure leaaened quite percoptdbly ou apols, when the holdings 'aC umallev J speculators, whose margins ]md been exhuuBted, were saerlficed. At one time July wheat iold as low, as 30G9i, aa compared with lOSTi laat night. uuexpecfed Improvement in the crop outlook, -which was regarded by many as chiefly responsible for the radical change of sentiment from the bull to bea-r, was fuilher 'empha- today by. advices, frpm fieldB, regnrdlesB of whether fall or spring grain was .planted. In- ihe crop, though late, regarded as promising. Canh Prices Held Steady Winnipeg', mar- kets open and cjoslng prices today: May, Oltl May, new October July Ex. No. 1 Feed, May uly........'.. 'M03J4 104% .4314 ft Cash Prices STo. 1 Northern >Jo. 2, Northern....... STO. S Northern s'o. -1 (1..... 100% f 2. 3 o. 2 c. ".'.'_ .__ Ex. No. 1 Feed 1 Feed............ V'o. 2 Feed........'.. lay............ 19-1 Toy uly Mlnncjpoll, Wheat National has it. on. the Anicrican Hitting In the ap- jears to be much more .vigorous in he early games than ia tlie.. in he American. The senior-'orgariira- ion has 32 -men who nre -batting wice the number that American can boast. 'In fact, the- National IBS more men 'than' the' American baa that are "topping the DISTRICT BASEBALL ALL MIKAN'GESIBNTS ARE NOW COMPLETED FOR OLYMPIC GAMES OLYMPIAD CANADIAN ATHLETES WHO WILL TAKE "PART IN WILL SAIL ON JUNE 15 Toronto, May hove been completed for tho de- parture of the Canadian Olympic team for tho Stockholm games. The team, afler KB selection, will assemble nt Montrea! on S-iturdav, June 15; that city on Lhc White Star ataamcr Teutonic, and ar- rlvlug at Uverpoal on-June 22. The team will go right lo Iho Crystal Palace, while tho oarsmen will'continue on to Henley. Hoth squads will go Inlo training and-I ho track find field entries will train .wlLli'the BrHlaii cbrnpctSCore at_ Upper Norwood for ten days. The departure for Sweden will be made by boat from Nonvorth, the channel crossing taking forty hours. ,An' aU-nlght ride lo Stockholm will land them at the stadium, Tlie flcht'Julc gives them a week in Stockholm before the games, which will lake place on July 33, 14 and 15. -.The oarsmen will compote on .liily IS. Canadian rowing .enlrleg will also take part In" tho big Henley ntta efor the Grand Challenge Shield. League ppetit.at. Mncleod To- r Local iMan Umplrci Tommy Evans left" this after- noon for Macleod. Tommy will officiate aa umpire at the. opening of _lue District, Bnae- hall League this Pincher Creek VB. Alacleod. J Lethhridge playa at Taber- tomorrow eventng. j to BaB- aano; ers. .iHe-will .op.eii .'iiia in 'tlie weeL'aL; Qalgjiry, while: Bayley' will 'come !to .Alien; will 'lii-.ttie.south., V.. PUTS'BARRY- R.efe'fee Is Compel led to Stop; Bout the Eleventh Round-'- lyielbourne, .May. Barry the is ejlmln-. :ihopea" In Ansiralia today as a re- sult of his defeat by Sam Langford, the Boston negro. Barry was. no hopelessly- outclassed thai the referee was. obliged to stop the unequal cpii' test In the eleventh round. :July. September-.. Chicago wheat 113 tOSji 104 193 193 .112% 112 !4 10HW 103% .v.LETHBRjDGE MARKETS a tMrtlijr-'J'depjine in the WHITE SOX SLUGGING, BALL HARD NOW The Chicago''White Sox, once the hitlcss wonders of the diainond, haVo developed into. A teani of sluggers. They show the way to tho other Am- erican League clubs in batting, their team average being ,2G9. 'The Roston Red Sox follow them with .2-ls; m i oiise ..RE-ENrORCING SPECIALTIES ISxparided Jlelal. Twisted Bars, Triangle Jlesh, perfection Jlesh', Metal-StnBi and Joists, Herringbone Metal Lalh new Idea'In roof.construction .Duplex Joist Hangers, Post. Caps and Bases FANCY BRICK AND TERRA COTTA FOR FACING Hydratile, Dohydratlne, Symentrex, Symcntoln. The .successful waterproofing- material' Wo make a specialty of Floor and Marble Work. The Western Supply Equipment Co., Ltd. Dhone J12-4IB I irlce-of grain to- j, lay. A.freah vege- tables ie torn or- j 'Butter and eggs-still-remain firm In prjco. 3 No'.'l Northern.......'. No. 2 Northern.......... O.S3 NO; No. rfj.GS J: No. n fl.Bi; 5' No. G D.-IG No.'l 0.7S j[ No.' 2 Alberta'Itcd'.. 0.77 Alberta'Ited No. rl.AIoerta Red No. fi Alberta lied 0.67 No, G Alberta Hed........ O.-lfi f, Barley, ;No. 3 0.51 Barley, No. 4 0.4G Bran, per ton....... 21.00 ton 23.00 Oalg, per ton, sacked 's'28.00 Rolled oats 29.00 Buttar. and Eggi: Dairy butter to 6.35 Creamery butter to.O.-J5 EBRS, frcdh '0.30 Ji cwt. 1.35 Potatoes, per ton ..''27.00 to 35.00 Heels, per Carrola, per Ib. ..___ Turnips, jwr Ib. 0.19i Cabbage, per Ib. 0-06- PftranlpB, per pound 0.03 Onions, per ponnil......... Cattle, on the Hoof: Steers, per pound Cowe, pei; pound.'......... 0.0514. Cows, dressed, per pound 0.11 Steers, dressed, per pound 0.13 Sheep: per 5.00. Orcsflcd, per cwt -11.09 UrcBsed, 0.13 t O.C? Poultry': Qcaae. Ih-e................ O.H Turkeys 0.22 0.15 Fowl..............' C Pucks 0.15 ;