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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL WORLD'S FOREMOST EVENTS THE r.BTITBKTDGE DAILY 1TERALTV Ma> MACLEOD OF DISTRICT BASEBALL LEAGU1 BASEBALL IN THE BIG LEAGUES Defeated Pincher Creek by 3 to one of the Classiest Kind Pincher Played Error- less Ball. LEAGUE OPENING WELL RECOGNIZED Big Parade of Autos Head- ed by Band to Athletic Park Mayor Grady Pitched First Ball Macleod, Maj won the opening game of the berta Baneball league tonight bv de- feating- the Pincher Creek team it the Athletic Park here, bl a score ol three to nothing At 680 tonight all the automobile owners In town paraded in their cars lo the grounds headed by the new Municipal band and the same was atarted at seven o'clock with Acting -VImyor Grady pitching tbe first ball Theigame throughout was uudoubt edly the fastest baseball game ever in Macleod and the crowd of 01 er seven hundred was the largest ever witnessing a hossball jam" It wan a pitchers battle throughout, either aide getting few hits were well scattered; Pinker to bat fir t but, onlj one man reached the first safU iind, m Macleod s part of innffigs, "It's Great to Soar, Above the Trees" Results of_Games National 3-4 Cincinnati lioBlon 002.000 Old 0- S 1 Cmolnnutl 000 000 102 I Uickson and Kilns: Gasper mid Mc- Lean. Now York-rlttsburs, Tain. 7.5 Philadelphia thlCBBJ OW 100 -iDO- I Philadellihla 030 201 7 12. 1 I Brown. Mctntyre, liltchie, Colo ami Archer: Alexander. Scalon and Doo- In. 13-5 Brooklyn St. I.ouis HO 110 5 11 J Brooklyn CJ3 100 012-13 U Gcyor, Dale. Wemlburn, Harmon and Wlngo and Murphy; Ylugllng and Ervvin. American 6-2 Washington St. Louis ..ODD 7 Washington 200 030 S D 3 12. Brown, HamiHoii. Kritchell and Stephens; Johnson uml Ainsmith. 6-3 Detroit Del-roil .....HI 00- 8. 5 2 Philadelphia 000 200 3 6 Dubuc and Stallage; '.Russell ami Esau. 8-3 New York Cleveland Oil 010 000- :i to 6 Nen lorl 03 0 0 S 16 -I Kahler, George and Easterly; Ford and Svveeney, 5-2.Chlcago Standings Today National (Jttvclunivtl ChkUBO MUsburff 'dltulo-Uihl 1. LOU13 rnolOya lochestm erse.v City Jultiilo 'oronto Montreal N'cwai-k I'.icoma Perils of Aviation By WALT MASON this oil till the eighth _.-.- was no score b> either team both pitchers well and alfo fevi hits In the lasf of the eighth {tapper illowed Qrnnes to walk and he gained second hi Holmes single, both men advanced one base on an error and scored on Maries hit to short which bounced out cans ins a-iother error, The next Uiree batteis were put out m short order and on account of the darkness the umpire called the game Ihe vveather ivas ideal for baseball and the grounds were In excellent shape Both teams are faat on the field but rather weak at the hat as vet At all times the excitement was ierj keen and if the other teams In the league are as fast and as b matched ai Pincher Creek and Macleod, the game will receive great suppoit in this tonn Chuck Wray caught for Macleod and is the same old uoy behind the bat, and his arm is ever, iast year'wtttT Goods plajed second with Pincher and plaj ed coMistent with his TSEvans of handled the game to the entire of both one or hia decls ions being disputed The tenures of'-the Uie put-outs bj DM" GrifflM 'and "the pttcTiinfirof Spnel IMurphj and Dapper The Score 'R'H P'A'B Boston Cbicago Papo and Kulm. 200 000 5.4 000 5 1-1 4 Carrigan; Walsh and 3 THE DETROIT TIGER REFUSETO PLAY Insist Upon Ty Cobb Bemg Re-.r.stated Against it Get Scrub Together for L 3 i 4 3 i e i Ii 0 1 0 0 0 i4 1 0 0 0 V1 l1 0 38 3 6 23 8 2 AB R H PO A B 0 1 13 0 1 6 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 .1 01 0 0-0 ls{ b AValtfr, 2nd b i Srdjb MacLachlin rf Bachelder, ilf Wray c .1 Orlme> s s, t r Total Flncher Cireek Bictajit, c Bell, rf "loe Dapper I3t b Henek.'Srd h Happer p Tuclf.tr, a a i f i Creek Macleod uv" Bittenes Pincher Creek, Dapper and, Rickott, Macleod Murphy and Wray, Umpire Ihos Evans, ueth bridge Summary Stolen bases, Holmes 2 Grimes WsUw 3 Marks, "Vlaclachlnn, Parrell Rlckett Tucker 0.11 Sarfrlflco hits Marks, Murphs, 1st base on halls, off Dapper 2, oif Mur phv f, fetruck otu Dapper 11, r hpv 14 Hit bj pitcher Dappci Murphy 1 Left on bases, Ph cher Creek 4, Macleod b 2o 0 1 34 H H B 000 000 1 0 000 hive to rake the continent, to gather your remains International Roehestei oiO 000 4 1 Jersey Clfj 201 000 3 10 8 Hughes Wilhelm nnd Blair, Swift, Mason and Wells. All other latefnatioual games post roned, rain Association Minneapolis Kinlas I. loung iud Owens, mil O'Coiinor fe St Paul K-irger and Bloclt, Nicholson and Mil shall Louisville i Toledo v Lauderniilk and Spencer and Land 4 Columbus InO'annpona Licbtiaidt and S and Clirk in .im uu Amcriciin VorK it. Louis u r International..' TV- It NOTED FOOTBALL MAN JN TOWN Geo. Parker Wants Leth- bnrjge Team to go After People's Shield Geo. A. I'nikei. the eontjnoiiUI lootbair celebrity. Is in to- day Is member of the staff of Hulton publications of rngland and li> toi i onoiuliiit foi Ciinadn of -the Athletic News. Me Is heller known from Ills association with the People's Shield, the emblem of the Canadian Pool bull champion- ship now held b) the Htllcreit teim of Ciilgurv Mi PaikLi is Iieie look Ing ei tho hoccei sitmtion and ib greatly Interested In having the chrm plon tallies of IjOthbrldse compote in Ilia iiniuial I'eolilo's Shield tourney it Wlinlpeg m-vt Tiilv Ihoso fcimfce are hold at any- place that may be ciioion b) the Caniidlnn I ootball is sociatlon at its annual meeting vyhicli 150 hsboclntion Mr Parker ib president .Slot Soccei representatives fro mall -I.lloier Ibo Doiilmon will adond tho No J fJoilh.em No ,lvoi thei n No I No. 'i No. Ii. i No. lied N'o. 2. Alberta iled ,No. 'i Alberta Hod No; Alberta Red No, u Alberta Ued Barloy ed a splendid innings for ''OS a- fii this GIANTS HIT BEHIND" MARGUARD llulie Mimuanl pitching- the [hreo s lines this season ind la that Glints ire the demon Lloutpis if unto Msuqumit hai worl ed In ne the Giants have counted J7 runs fed o it 43 hits, uhtch Ib quite j 1NO SATURDAY'S JM MARKET v The niirket to day was steady, with little change in prices -from Friday Wheat- new Jiily October Oats- May July Es "S'o 1 Teed Mai July July Open Close 103 103 105 Wo 109% Cash Prices Nn. No. 2 Northern recordT The opponents Have Kcorecl nine times and mide 20 hits off the llubo O _ a Robertson LOCAL VICTORIA DAY FIXTURES Northwestern Seattle. 1 8 i Portland _i 4 I Barrenkamp and Bloom- field and Harris Spokane Tacoma Kraft auJ Devogt, Meikel and Cnt tenden Vancouvm -161 Vic'orn 1 J 0 Clark anu Lewis Isaverson and Hist} league bileHalTtiaiil. wilt proliaply, tKjk afternoon of, CoDbTi instated bf Ban Johnson president tot thfleisue, This situation is the outcome action of Detroit pU} would not ylSy ball' foi unless suspension upon fJobB Thc boss ermlned aild Hush Jennings -of the team and In ordci to .tilt Detroit club ouncis 1 am ground for plavers in order to the .field this after the to do 130 means a lino of posad to In Philadelphia hlo of i-They uhould real be protected fiom lfv Hov "a ve I'brk Incident to Ban ..'Square" TtVto pick out thp termentois, Tut" outside thfi grounos'' iH It'fte print of UliiiBS to plnveis he nubile not condemn I wan Ike foi his recent But as H is there no show lienr cowarjlls insults upon them The d Cobb is Claude forirei pressman hand i little moie.lhap a jear -itoiat his Hade Luekei'says that it sHout of de rislon n ent up a, poor ptej by Cohh thit Detroit'player singled him out for'1 attack. League Firm President o Ibhnton Jennlngi s he lUo told his thit Cohb was justi fled ttiat he Kqow aeveral New York Could an that V thtf and Insulting Connie Mack ol Philadelphia team said I I non from ns own experience is n bill ptevei that one tou little simpiitlu f-om the srind awl tnr leU fiomUho bleachers anl some of the thins? Mi, le icue plai ere weie forced to Ililen to makes, ono llood boll IB rceuument mnnot adopt more telling tactics than b> eolng nto the spectators reaorvntlona and dealing OMt summary punishment Other Teams Sympathize emeis Ot >vew "loik ind f Ameilcin league tcairs arc In BULLETINS OVERSEAS' LINE-UP FOR TUESDAY'S GAME The7 following players will repre sent the Overscan club in their regu )tr league game with the Caledon Smnner, Patterson and Home, Cauldvvell, Mullen anil Hullrerson Betrtbrldge, Thompson, Brennan, glmm and Cameroji Reierves: (Joyce kiid Hinoks. dotermined to unui inc IIIALLRI .Thc'InnUej th 19 unlll Gobi stitetl seemea to him Ho, ulli Invest! re v-W> "HI ot nnllf llie roattei had. ful tho pi n. vvas omlarV for (the to attend to WESTERN CAN. LEAGUE Football in In Clubs Here The Overseas Club, .of Loth: bridge pla> Alacleod team on Maj 21 here, kick off at 11 o'clock1. fn the afternoon the district brseball team of will clash with the Lethbridge nine m a regular league fivture Game called lor 230 I No. B Oats- No 2 C No; 3 C. W Extra No. Feed No. 1 Feed No. Feed Flax- No 1 N W Minneapolis Wheat Open Maj Julv September 0 li Chicago Wheat Open Mav UJfi Julv WSfe Septembei 108% 10S% ilOO'j 86" 71M dlH 59 46 41 HV- II i 113V4 103% Close 112% 108% Dairy butter Creamery butter fresh Vegetables: Potatoes, per cwt. Potatoes, per ton Beets, per Ib. Carrots, per )b. Turnips, per Ib. Cabbage, per Ib. Parsnips, per pound Onions, per pquud Cattle on the H'oof: Steers, per pound Cows per pound Cows, dressed, per pound St-eers, dressed, yer Sheep: e, per ewt Dressed, per Dressed, per Ib. L' e, per cwt Poultry: Geese, live Turkeys Chickens........ Fow1 Ducks JO.S-I 1 ,081 0.71! 1 0 14 0.77 071 071 u.M 0.5-1 051 0 IS 2V.OO J300 23.00 0.30 "to 0.35 0.40 0.30 1.40 2.00 J8.00 to 35.00 02% 02K. 0.1% 1 006 OiOGV., CLOa 0.11 500 t 11.00 0.13 009 014 .023 018 01B Pulley Broke Things Up at Barons Yesterday When He Hit Home Run THE STAND1NS W THE STANDING U Pet. L Pet ith Tj Co gu lili Sneaking case ui snfd Johhuoni It looks id u went wrong in-yMB actions Of courae he maj have had treat provocation The fellow mas have. nlji Juat as tobb claims He dlfl but where ire the and what aie tho for Cohll had but to appeal to the umpire and upon Cohu s request the umpire would haje had no option He would h-iVe had the rootei thrown out ot the ball ptrl. nna that nouldihave been the end of the nflali Wlmt right did Cobb Inve to mush 10 tile stand and knock i man down and kick him with his spikes! Of course f want lo heal Cobb a f-ildenie on both sides 'rat on the face of the i etunis 1 fall to Cobb can be Justified As to the thieit of the Jlayers their refusal to in iin ttli( Is mitter tar the rvacs mo j Edmonton Red Detl Bassano Gains Another Victory Edmonton Jlay Dellar, 'or several jears with Edmonton appear ed m a Bassano unifoim this after noon nrd took sweet revenge on his, old team mates holding them to three hits in seven innings When the game was called at the end of the seventh the score stood 7 to 1 in favor of Bass-vno Score Edmonton 000 100 ,1 4 Bassano 0- T 11 S Kilman md Wemholt Dollar and Stark and of Detroit "1 ib In tho matter of Indefinite suspen slon of TyiUs Cobb for his attack on t InVelator nt a recant Detiolt Nen lork heie Us Part of the Bime for Dialers to submit to peraoml abuse ,v apectaton said Hanj Wolverton, manager of tile JHCW club Ha laid to kerp ones temper under such nff rlircumstanres ctrtiln fans he- ban" p'-iriw. umpires. The boat way LETH8RIDOE BALL TEAM AT TABER The second game of tho Southern Alberta Baseball lea- gue takes place this evening at Tnber Lethbrldse Taber, the champions of 1911 A in anticipated Tho local teniii Ktt thli Mtoriioon club uraw. ers to- make d on It Ii TIE GAME AT CALGARY plgarv Mi} Bionchos and Dcers baltled foi eight inni-igs without being able to reach a dccis Ion yestPidaj evemng'Ht (he end of which the umpire decided that it vvas too dark to finish ind called the game with the score landing seven JACK JOHNSON .SEEKS COMPROMISE up to thi-m Thes must trkc ot their pnrt of nffilrs and I onlj fn en the rnlea cont-einlnff rncs !n- on clubs foi failure lo ippeai Johnson came here to attend the de dicttllon of the new stands eiecled it the poll, Munj otliLr not able luselwll men nri on bind to paitlc National IUIEUC to discuss the Bfflh hut Aueiist Heiimanii chilrmin up of the National BiselnN n Indlcatod bvmpathy foi lohnstm and u> parent deteiniination to stnnd b> Ihe 4 American ICREV.C ptcsldent. If the case t should come before the commlsstjn v s ConiIski-> president of 'he Chi- ,j, CRKO American league club discussing th( possiblllti ot Philadelphia iaci, 'loimTOn'l'ias'depraiUd'iiuOO with the sill llci-'itri In Chicago urd ahked tho dMilct ittorntv ti accept the sum i In the action ot Ilin -rnment foi smugsllng hi a diamond- necklace. ENGLISH GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP Barons defeated yesterdav afternoon in a baseball tiff at bs 12 to 0 The features of the garte weie th, ching ot Phil run m the fourth whi foice, chasing up the g ahead of him t the THE SUPPLY HOUSE Contractors' Equipment Mfth cnm joininp (ho Detioit playeis in a I aymoaUu ntrlke -'Bid I c imioi believe J Philadelphia pJnjein go so as to a nymjwthellc ''trfkp Tiny [thfnk too much or to env baws him in am waj I Tho Dttioli went to the jtrowndH at two o clock in thcli unirorrrts remained a slwtt time then took taxla to their hotoJ Jonnlnga madi. up Tommy Burns has bean sign- up as an opponent for Bill Ric Itird the white according tcf tho Aran- couver World. The bout is bUleii to'tnke placed in Bas in Jnly, rome hlnwelf pltenrr jou IJclrolt PhlhclctpUta I GEADERS, DKAd SCRAPERS, CONORETJ] GARTH WHEEL BATIBOWS, CHAIN HOISTS, DETiRIOKS AND FTTTINOS LONDON CONCRETE .MACHINERY The Western Supply Equipment Co., Ltd. I WEEKLY, STOCK. MARKET'' b) Rice x lies) ftei'eipts for. the past and previous were Cattle 810 CahLb W 1H Hog, 1367 356V Sheep H, 211 t tupplv or catilp this week froir Castetn and Manitoba points was consnlerahlv lighter thin a well, ago V few Alberta cattle are beginning to coine_ this way, sonid 250 head being on this week's mar- ket. So far tins week the demand for ituff lias been good ind pritcs i shade than i wed Tin host, finished sfall Vaai'sLa sold tins week at 7 cents C hoico liantlv weight hJlclttis vvetc rti'iposeu' 01 at fron S6 in to 7i We ".old Ijl head ol Vlbetta clitic vestudav mostlv stctis averaging JS21 His at 7r> straight Iheseeil tie were with the of about 20 he-id which were not Iraibhed We also wld 19 head avpi aging 1333 His fat but a little roiiRh at 7o, 17 head mixrd steerj, licit crs and covvb jv erasing 11H it Sfc n and 13 head, raided, averaging 1038 Ibs at 60 All these catties were fed and Catered before soli We quote as, follow es, delivetcil, led and watered Best luTHers and springers 117 00 to SCa 00 (o medium imlkirs and sprlnneri, 110 to 00 citri choice stceti and heifers, 1200 Iks up, 60 to 57 00 choice butcher bleers heifeis to J6 id faif to good liutcrpi s-tceis anil butchei cows, CO to S8 00 medium cows ami heiiers, ?1 75 to common cows, to SIM host 25 to ?1 common to -medium bulls H 00 'NC! charm this we k calves verv few on Hie market tops selling at 7 tents, 50 to anil common to S5 I hi receipts of heps shows a l big falling olt fiom Oiose o( a vvcek and thr imrket his b en on a of cents with ,1 liliU'il cut on, ronglis md iHy The tenilenci Is dovuivwrd and we tliinlf It lo buj hogf, so ho ahlp to ell al ?1 %0 week Nnl ciioudi sheep and lamlw to mike a mirktt Hie lew hete sold Irom lo 7 icnH Spring lambs tahlo Irom to ftiont 1044 312-4th Street, South. BIRKENHEAD LIVESTOCK MARKET tnliccl States and (Wpun fsteeis n M 1 2 to 10 cpnla [iev pDiind BATTLING KEEFE IS SARCASTIC Him Ponko drew dov n for Kill} I dKli tUntr utfl.t I'jUu uioie n I'nnlI e it ilrci nre worth fetlH bntnrrVas nlwav, misanthmplcal. ;