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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 6 THE DAILY HER ALP Wednesday, May 22, AIL THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOST EVENTS ANOTHER DRAW IN LOCAL SOCCER Cailies and Overseas Put Up Hoi Contest Under Muddy Conditions-Overseas Lost Many Good 1 Chances to Score Through Punk Shooting Hnlf time score: Full time score; 1 1, Overseas. 1; Cnl- It was another lie game. Ties are getting to 'be: the fashion In Loth- brklge soccer circles. If the present Irate, keeps up will imve to hold a bazaar to dispose of their lurplus. And incidentally, it was a jirettj fair early Beasoii exhibition of tho game.. There was some poor play ihgj some nlediocre and some very good. The two hundred fans who braved the threatening weather to see the game were.well pleased, evcn ;with the game a tie. An even score waa about the right caper too. It represented very fairly work of the two aggrega- tions. The OversMi, while their de- fence was good, were noticeable for Iboir forward line's work. The 0, S. forward-line had a habit of breaking away, and getting into the enemy's .territory in .double quick time, only to loftejhe ball there by iome fluke o: a, bad shot. In wag in tin shooting department that the Seas showed- weakness. Twice in the last half of the game they had tin to pul! .awaj from, the Champs, but an off-shot lost the score for them. With tho score a tie it would.be useless to mention the names of any individual plajers Indhidtml while relied on altogether too much probabl) because it is still oarlj the season, did not figure so proniin- ently as in the first game of the sea- and altbdtiffh the game last nighfc was not so strenuous, it was a .pret- tier-game to watch. The ground night, making fast-play rather hard, but it was an ideal evening, so that the players went to it for dear life. All the scoring Has done in the ijnt half of the encounter, It was to llid veteran Calhes that of scoring the first game of the league went. McMurtrie, Who is one of the ma7nitajs of the Calling' forward line carried off the palm, heading the ball through on a nice chance: The crowd, which was about divided yell- ed itself tbp fcp.wrt.1 !a saves, he made on hot shots durii the last half of. the Tho second half of the encouht just as as the initial hal but no execution was done which ain oiuited to; anything. Both sides ha chances aod iost them. The worked harfl, land the "low score both sides must be credited to then .The" Overseas present a much tnor formidable .front than they tHd las year, anil, the winners of the leagu will have to. extend themselves wreat.the palm from the big organizn (ion's eleven. of the bid face are still on lineup i well known in the city for his goa tending proclivities. Home is anoth er of the strong hooters who gaiuec a reputation last The unol forwtrd line in the league in some :one'of the tarns last year, need no introduction to the socce public. It is an evenly balanced team and tthon thei get speeded up a little especially in the.forward.division.thej are going to be a hard aggregation to atop.-' It was the general "opinion 1 Louis 200 10 Philadelphia the local agent of Ihe C P R that it would be impossible to supply one on account-of the short notice, Many' automobile "'owners: in- tend making the trip road while the rest will the C P R The and plavers of both teams ranfident'r6f the "clubs. Tin tttti uRS t'ac est baseball team -which ever repre- sented the town and commercial trav ellera and other; who attended last who shoiild know -Friday's game with Plncher 'Creek; stated that .the" brand of ball Yllshecl up by these teams was much faster than that of the Western Canada League "Spud" Murphj is much-better and with Jfe- Laughlan, is the onlj player who le presented the team .before. Grimes, Holmes, Walter and Marks ed in fast company and should make a name for themselves before'.the sea- son is through With Air Tattle as a very prosperous, season is looked. forward to. We claim that we "attire" not merely clothe, the sterner sex. 5 A distinction without a difference Not at all. According to Webster, "attire" meant "To clothe with elegant You see, we go in for distinction. Come in and We'll show you what we mean. and BIiw all the e. IWtmUt them! have thould them. Imported for our better trade. 130 290 BIDPATH CASH TAI.LORS AND Avt, South, Hull Block, PRINCE ALBERT OUT FOR A GOOD TIME FRIDAY, SATURDAV, SUNDAY Prince Albert, Sask, Maj There is an under cur rent of ment everywhere in the >city created, by-the big Empire Day celebration which IB fo be held here on Fridaj, Sniurdav ami Sunday of this It is certain that there is enough inter est in the celebration In the citj and district, to ensure the whole thing going through u ith success There other topics of conversation in tha than the mmibei ol visitors lhat there will be The sports be one of the diftMng cards of the big carnival. BIG SALARIES FOR BROOKLYNS The Brooklyn club's saint y list n said to exceed and the expen HGS .will amount to more, all of which will he covered 'before, mld- seaaon If the team can in the TO GET BACK AT ork Maj 22 may ndfc play hall in_Netv York until late ill' the season, it at all. His the spectator threatens to bring him into' court, and .Colib Eirr- ther heard that gangsters Ai-Q looking to squaring with him for assault on a one-arm- ed spectator The Xew York club hits guaranteed to ghe Cobb ei> pi otection inside its gioimds race. 'Baseball shams wno know some thing about the business end a? the game sty that major league club tt'll make monev this jear and that A profit will be shown by a large majority of the Otto Meier Races a Team of Horses From Fernie to Spokane for Wager Against Time (Special to the Herald) Fernie, Slay against, time started bore bis morning when Olio Mclrer, the Great Northern Hotel at-New Michel accompanied by Con Wbelan, of the Nnpanee hotol hfrj-, a? rpfirw, on a trip to: Spokane with a team of marcs owned by 'which he backs with a J300 .wager that" he. can cover the. ground between the Napaneo hotel hcie and the Spokesman Revlen office in Spokane Inalde of 125 hours Mr J R Pollock of tho Pollock Co, puts up three hundicd tlmt the team cannot (to the stunt. The start ;was made at S.15 morning and Meier has until Sunday at nine fortj-fivo in which to make the dUlanee.'Which In estimated at something more than 280 mlfbs A Herald.representative was a witness to the -ihe airaounccd tlms and tlie telegraphed to the Spokesman-Review to be on the look-out for the arrival of the team at destination! WESTERN CAN. LEAGUE GREAT GAME Red Doer Btat Bassano by Eleven Runs lied Doer, May Deer took another game from Uassiino hero this lift moon In i icrj poui exhibition ol baseball on the or the visi- tors, by a'score of tfi to 5. Dollar iiot.able to work, and Pease put in, tut. was unable to put tip any thing: in speed. Score: Bnssano 000 OpO eel "Deer.........403 4S1 Pease and Stark; Manning, Bliss pud Spencer MARKETS LETHBRIDGE MARKETS Sold (Vail class and clubs EDMONTON SHUT OUT BY THE BRONCHO Catcher Tried Cobb Act, but Got His Bumps Edmonton, 'May Skill- itn shut out Calgary, this afternoon a score -1 to 0. E-dnionton scor ed: their', runs on errors, and bad brows by Gelvin, who, how-aver, only allowed one hit to Skillman's three n the latter part of the game, mark- ed by a by DaviU ou, the Calgau catcher, who attempt the 'Tj Cobb act n the.grand stand. .Davidson, urifb'r- lor hirasQlf, local r, named he chill enged come down, and, fight him, Pen- ance to the stand, met him al-'-way and before a ;policeman was ble 16 interfere Davidson, was "Im'dly sefl up, The Elite Cigar. Store i Adjoining Momib J'iieuho Have juit received" a large cohtlgnpierit o.f Prince Alb'erl Smoking Tobatico Toledo' 12, Columbus U. G, Indianapolis 0 Kjiibafc CItv C, St Paul 5 1'rlccs' (odiiy on llio. local market leinnln A libor.il supiilv or nixl ID selling al rbur jioumlt for Orllish Columbia 'straw- berries will not bo on'the'market for. anplbor, nionlh yot; tlio California berries nru. bblng sold' plonlllulh Jf> centif poi pint box ladlHhcjs, hothouse let. I tuce and green onions conMniieHb ai- .uul aie hoing fcokl tron bio in splto ol tho fact fli.it Ilio inlcps ale a lilfle high Gloon vpgetHbles invariably a.wiieal to the hbiisewlc-e at this enih season Butter BSRS. no indlo.itlon of 'ailing In piUc No. t Northern i No. 2 Northern No. Northern I 3 No. I! I Alberta lied No. 2 Alberta Rod No. 8 Alberta-Red No. -I AlbCTta lied N.o. 6 Alberta Hed Alberta Red i No. 3 Barley, No. j (0.8-1 O.S1 o.7i; 0.51 0.41 0.70 0.75 0.73 O.d. 0.51 (141 0.47, 0 U WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN MARKETS Northwestern Seattle 4, V.mcoin er J lacoma 10 Vktoiln 1 4 Poitland 6, Spokane 1 International Montr-en! 0. All other games' were prevented by rain. Central International Diiluth 10; Grand Forks 0. Winnipeg 3, Superior 0 BULLETINS S. O. E. .PRACTICE The S 0 E football club Mill piac tice toujght at 7 o'clock on the The Calgmy catcher sear' ground, north of the track i, ;batl temper all the evening, and iie.climax came when base miner, collided lylth him at the ome pKite m an to score n Tho SGOTC; unronton 100 fllJ 5 0 .ilgar; 000 000 0 3 Z Skillman and Welnholt; Gelvin. members are requested to turn out The team 'ViIL be pickej to jilay at Grassy Lake on Illnpire JJaj Mm Tile giain markel. prices today were: Op.en. Close old 101% 'ulj 105 1065tf Octobci 19% 4o ISV-j No 1 Foul, Maj Cash Pricist: No 1 Koi them No Noithern No Northein Jo 1 No 5 No I, Teed N No C W No C No 1 Feed No 1 Tc-ed No J Feed Barley No Hi i Flax- No 1 N W Minneapolis Wheat Open 5S I AT THE .TRAPS TONIGHT Tho Onn ifn iPglllll shoot tonight, back of the ball park OUR GAkAGE WILL OPEN MONDAY, MAY 27 liuill eiitiirlv ol Urick and Stool, Con-' crctc Hour. Sleain Hcut, Eiifjtinuc nnd Cxit. Couiiircs'socl air lor inllatiij" I'tCP Repairs and AcfCKsot'ics LalcSl ni.K-hiJK'i v niosl cxpoil iuo< luiincs in liioi La Coinplcte Stock ol Tires and all Accessories always in stork. Ask J'or prices H. D. Henderson Garage lulj Ill', Sept.mber 101 Chicago Wheat Open 108% Septembei WM Close 105 Clone 110'. 105V Cor. Otli St.. ami 6th A Pluuic 388 CMUHM mumEm mmm ITS The Royal Line MONTREAL QUEBEC TO BRISTOL, ENGLAND Shortest Route to London on To.n Floating St Sailings RMS Ro al Oaoige May 29 RMS Rojal Ban aid Juno 12 R M S ROJR! Geoige June 26 Rates ot Passage 1st class ?1250 nnd upwards 2nd 75 .ind upttdrds 3id cliis.s Bustol 01 London fi2 oO Ask any railway or steamship agent fol initiated iioqklels lates etc or 'GENERAL AGENT, WINNIPEG AT 272 MAIN STREET Or S.B MITCHELL, Agent' C.P R Lethbridge PIII'J OOMVljETK SUPPLY IIOUKF Belting IJe.mlinoie- Lcnllicr Belling 2 inch to M. inch in. ytock Baliila Hcllino 2 Inch to incb. in. stock Cdiivns Belting I Inch to 1G inch in slock FULL LINE OF BELT FASTENERS ANO BELT DRESSING The Western Supply Equipment Co.. Ltd. Phone 1M4 Street, South. WHITE CANADA failings from Montreal Every Saturday for Liverpool-calling at Quebec' 11, June 8, July 6 July 13. 25, June 32, July 20 1, June 29, July 27' s.s. LAURENTIC..S.S. MEGANTiC; Lirgeit and Flnett stcameis in Canadian trade. Stlilincli and .-steady. ExccllentVaccommodatfons foi all classes MODERATH RATH SURVlCB S Teutonic and S S Canada c.mv one clnss (2nd) cnbtn, onlj The best these steamers afford at moderate rates, also comforlahle. tblrd-class two; fo.tir and. six-berth rooms. For .roservafimsH, rates iHans" iK lustnited booklels, etc., apply lo: rallwaj 01 agents 01 to W. M. McLEOD, C.W.P.A. 333 Main Street Winnipeg ;