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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LRTHimiDGE DAILY HERALD Sahirday, May 25Ui, lifts ALL THE tOCALlANO WORLD'S FO BEM08T EVENTS RALLIED IN THE NINTH, AND WON THE GAME Macleod Team Led by Five Runs When the Local 'ulc liml J r IC-i Nine Turned Round in the Last Spasm and Broke Up the Settled it With1 Home Great Crowd :1 the Kamo: belonged to r GOT MONEY'S WORTH Those who staled for the Imish got their money's --worth in that lew moit'ients. Previously the class of ball nas of the coincilj oidir Frrors jivore plenty flies were dropped ind WJjen all chances of pulling out which threw hats, umbrellas, canes fumbled Iheic is a fact -nd sundr.) otherv'things into the .sir must be taken into considera- whcn Leonard Rnjeji hit the ball a tion 1 he grounds 11 ere in rant con- n.ile cleaned the bases aid won-the flst ball Blll) impossible l-rom the snnd the grounds apptar- Letlibndge had little hope 01 doing Howell tfn the it to he ?chopped up badly "line for Macleod, who relieved Tllc had the terrific sun Spud Murphv in the fifth, seemed, to viotory see'nied shot to the four winds and buffaloed and '.in, the-. Lsthbrldise district leag on the enemy like a bull yesterday afternoon at'the'loca bill yard, and chased them out of thy, three lead, then a struck ine local bark and completely ,1he put bv a couple of scores fo 7 at thii period Lethbndge failed to gqfJrijBt [ill the Sent, session two more runs were garnered in The sixth: saw the score. a tic after a faicn of the punkest kind of baseball favorites tied up in a knot ior-au excuse. The hitting of Evans was'tho -big IJeJidd an assortment of snakes tint feature in the local deparl- the bovs fdiled to fathom until the nlcnt lle hit o.ften act! tiraelj last fession, liut m that spasm thi'v ShA "Mevcrs'was a lev elation on uncorxed hidden power and vvitl- the nrst He covered tile Hg in T ben help 01 an error or two thev broke n-inner until tailed to the IIovvclls heirt It ogcurrcd thuslj llo, rhen ing out Uie scheduled- mimber-ot and Wianj people filed out of the stanjj forborne Thereby thcj missed the sensation of their lives Thej missed being one of the excited multitude this "stroke of lortune, but we were still. one behind It was up to and" Tie good Howr el! laid over a Green High and far cutting the air between left ind centre with its lightning speed the. balliiped on The crowd imoiediateir threw a- fit It was a homer and no ihibtake 'the bases FAST BALL GAME AT PINCHER Taber Visitors in District League Score was-a Called in the Eighth (Special, to Herald. Pincher Creek, Jlay iu the baseball ;league here lasLeveninj-wai npte itles 'It was throughout both the Talker and Pin clier Creek teams are good "one1- thej alike averages and re- auits teams scored one ruu iu Tie second Innings and each scored anothei to the eighth The result vas a tie; the game being called in on accbpnujiof darkness The "one uofnt vvbjch they differed was n change of pitchers by Taber in h'e Dougan giving way to Iraw Wrls a runner in 'he home team .filled the .base's in the ast lining btit none i etched ithe late. Some spectacular plays mark- j ed the a magniticent catch in a, fqul by. Lee the Tabor catcher and i wo on long flies by Tuck er of Pincher -Creek.' Jim Dapper, pitched throughout, ih game is unj indicitioii, the ea son.promises an exciting baseball. WHEN GREEN DID THE TRICK 1 Carmangay Handed Lezie and -Surprise _______ i 1 Carmanga-v !Atnj a re cord breaking-crowd' today Carman- gay's crack ball-team shut Barons out bj a score ot 3 to 0 Barons much bOOStPfl hnHapl "uu Ptll .were on deck, but- .tean handled trouble. Peel ind Jones were the invincible battery for Carmangaj Ihe home tans are delighted with the showing made paiticulailv as Barons has binkec heavily on Its professional batterj A'ationai 7-3 Pittsburg Plttibuig 000 H4 7 14 1 Chluigo 010 010 H S 0 I-lchdrlx'.and Kelly; Cole nnd Archer 6-3 New York Now York___ 030 021 t; 7 1 Brooklyn ..'000 102 S 2 and Myers; llagou, Knet- zer and, Pbelps. S-5 Boston Boston 000 000 2GO 'Philadelphia 001 001 5 12 j ,Hess and Kling; Jlo.ore, .Seaton and Dooin 10-6 Cincinnati Ci.nclnnati 021 000 13 1 St I onis 001 '30 6 10 f Suggs, Benton and McLean; Geyer and Standings Today New York Cincinnati Pittsburg Chicago Philadelphia St.. Louis Boston Brooklyn National i; 10 H r> r, 21 20 IS Grain pricog local market to- day, show n decided Increase over the figures ''quoted' last .tor ami are price, vvhlta thu same icmaik applies to muats and. vegetables., .Hood River (Washington) stiavvbemles ma) had todaj at cenli, pui L'lut box, .while fresh, -California .tomatoes Hre celling at .25 (outs uei pound Aspdr igiib Ik fotihlne .'0 cents pel while hothouse lottucr- mil othei greon...vegetables ire..still.In .demand vvltli no change In prices. No. I Northern SU.Sli No. ii -Nortli-i'm Northern No 4, No. 5 No. (i No t Alberta lied No J Albertu liod Mo j Ubertit Red 'rt'o. 4 Alberlii Uedi No. 5' Alberta' lied No. Barley, No. I Barley. No. 4 O.S3 0.78 OM> 05' 04! ,077 0.75 0.53 0.43 0-1J WESTERN CAN. LEAGUE THE STANDING Ualgary -dmonton led Deu lassano .600 .533 .500 4 S Aineivan .4-3-Boston; Boston 200 000 Philadelphia 3' 7 1 Bedtent and Carrigan; Russell, Houck aud Thomas 11-6-Washington' Washington 101 001 G 15-1 New. York----- 300 001 ll "1 Wayker.aud AInsmitli; Quiun and Sweenej .EDMONTON BROKE EVEN WITH RED DEER FRIDAY Central -International- -Duluth 3. Winnipeg 1. Duliitjull. Winnipeg .1. .Superior Fork's.4, i Canadian Berlin London 7, London 5, Berlin 4 Brantford Hamilton B-rantford'7! "iraiUbn 3 Ottawa 2V St. Thomas 1. Ottawa 5, St Thomas J Guelph S, Peterborough 4 Edmonton, -4 am] Red Deer bioke even holidaj functions the game going; to the visitors aritl fh6 evening game to thfe home plai er., contests vverej without anj 'notable features game, scoie J Edmonton 101 000 7- 2 Red Deer ..400 000 li 10. 2 Cfilj tun and and Tangua> Manning and Afternoon game: Edmonton ..210 110 70" Red .100 100 7 1 Klllman and Cl-emeutson .and Spencer Maj Ooenlng aud aiket to SATURDAY'S WHEAT MARKETS yVmulpas, "Ifijig n., in m daj vveic as follows opeh Maj, old Mnj new GOO.D..CROWDS SAW BASSANO ANDfCALGARY SPLIT HONORS Octobel OS J Mav filly TMia 1 Feed Mav Ifl' 41 Vai 'ulv Cash Prices 1 Northern i Northern J Noitheiu No, 4 1051s JI8% l W "No b Feed Oats- No C Vo i C W Extra No. 1 Feod No 1 Feed No Peed Barley No I No 1 Flax- ,NO i N -3, 104 45 42 44 41 isd i RFIESTER TO MILWAUKEE Jack Pfiestor, the one-time, "giant killer was recently purchased by the Milwaukee club .from the Chicago Nationals Pfieater was released to Louisville earl> last season but iet_rned to the Cubs last fall He had tiouble ma king it go with his old team this spring and bis release was not uii eipected. A Romance with Every Cigarette' When you light a. Craven Mixture Cigarette, you share the inspiration of v that famous author who immortalized Craven Mixture in his book, "My Lady Nicotine." Craven Mixture Cigarettes "The Cigarette of Distinction" If it wen not that the tobacco is rare Virginia and Orien- tal cut, and pre- pared in would hard- ly be a durtinction between "Craven Mixture and other cigarettes That there is a a delightful apparent with the first puff "Cravens'1 have a flavor all their own. At An> Good 10 for 1C onU-Par no More :ID CAMERAS A MARClAjfUS AD A, UMITEO MONTHEAL, QUEBIC Northwestern Vancouver 4, i Seattle 4; Vanvoncer Viotoi la 4. Taconu i Tacoma 6, Victoria 5 Portland 6, Ssokane. o i T Kansas Gity 0. Indiapolis S, Toledo 0. Columbus 9, Louisvilie! 1. St. Milwaukee Infernnrional Proyidon.ce 3, Montreal 0. Montreal .7. Provitlence Toronto. 13, Newark 2. n Toronto I Calgary, May 24; IVo of the best crowds' of the season" saw the Bron- chos anld .Bnssano "boosters J break even .in their double header yesterday the Damsiteii, Avjnning the first garr' 8 to and the "Us the second, C to 1. Alternoon- score; o 310 02- 8 000 000 Gelvin, Pied Calgarj Dellat ind Staike iiiunt and.'Bunstine .Evening game: Bissano Calgau Dellar. and. Morrow Bunstine. 000 000 100 J J01 100 6 "Barnstead and Sporting Editoi, Herald The Henderson baseball team here- bychallenges team: of nearby under the ages of 16 jears old Replies to this challenge l be received b> H T Henderson care of the Henderson Garajje, or by Hauj Morris 622 10th St lethbudge M.IJI Julj Septeihbei Wheat Open HT 305 Chicago Whoat 1 Open Alaj lull September! BAPTISTS SOUSED THE METHODISTS Shover, Livingstone and Wirtjit Traps Winners f- ivent W S Shovel, 2nd, A B Stafford, drd r R r C Livingstone 2nd W S Shover, B Staffoid Event C Livingstone Event V--IstAr B Green 2nd W I Conlbear, 3rd E o Stickley Dvent Numbci 123 1 "o'sible 20 20 oO 20 jivingstone, T C 14 17 44 14 itafford, J W 1" II 38 Bcckman W 13 11 il 11 Agnevv, P R IT 14 38 14 Stafford. A. B. ....1C 15 42 19 Bate, W. S. 7 11. 42 18 Marks C 'I 11 ]S Oleiiiater. J. ......12 10 "14 W. S......13 10 38 16 Stickley, B. O. ...14 9 34 19 Yulll, T. E........13 13 10 Oreen, V b 10 r: 24 McMillan, H. A. ..10 12. 15 16 Conibearo, H. 20 handicapped. The Alberta Gun Club grounds vvas the scene of great, activity yesterday when' the program prepared by the .keenly contested. In .the first event. W. S.-Shaver succeeded Jr. (MrrjArg c" the fl-ct r u TStu eighteen out of a nosbible twenty thereby winning tho beautiful vjllvor cup donated by J. Olenister..' A.'B. Stafford came second and K. Agnevv third lu event number two, .1. C. Living- ctone took first honors with W; S. Shover following close, second; while n Staffoid landed third plate lu the third UK "city cham 1 tfr Livrngtone ea Uj got fjrst place vviju of H out of a rThW Is ycsi In-.which Mr Llnngslone Ins won thVcup and as he is-also the holder of tho Championship cup foi the Province of Alberta, It would ap pear j that these trophies have" found theirs renting, plajo Inu mdt event) tne handicap one of the most interesting events on the program being contested bv four teen guns V E Green Mas the luckj winner of first place with" it score of twenty four out of a possible twenty vibich Is going sorao The seooad prize won bj W H Conl hcare he landing tno possible While the third prize was tied for by r O Slickly and T. E.-Yuill. In the .shoot- off .Mr won out by one bird IN BASEBALL GAME IN THE SUN- DAY SCHOOL'ATHLETIC LEAGUE A schedule giuie of baseball was called bj thp Sundtjj School athletic executive foi 10 i m Trlday between Westminster "intermediates aJid the Brigade of the. Fifth avenue Baptist Sunday school Loug befoie the time Tor commenolng tlie boys on the held but "owing to n understandmg with respect to the age limit it was decided Uw it would not be a league but onh i fiiemllj lioli daj game On these conauians- the game was cormmenced A spleijdfcl, hibitiosi game wfis a large jiumuer of lootgrs ttorf, both sides Although thp hoj s were much sniftlleV andijdimger thau thei from Uia- ti3 tho game and piled trails scoie of Id to 11 in tbefiffavoi into The Overseas Inter- mediate Eleven Won 'i The intrrnmlkUX r team pl.iud a match agunst St Tvph'an's church mlcrdav afternoon on the- CKcrscas gioimd belotc a gooil at iaiK'C, the Overseas being the win- gf A good game bj 1 goals to Vivinn Odncj" pitcher} bewildered Ihe Tho. balls seomed gravitate Wilev's big mitt "nd was -suffering from a sore '.arm, lie was Hkc a'hawk on-first base. -The Westminster men plajed, well were not so well acquahited with the' enthusiasm ran hJglL and be came heated ard tho end The league ganie, will bo iilayed off on some future date. "V" BASEBALL PRACTICE A M 0 A baseball piaciicc hall park tonight 7 o clock f TheEliteGiaar Horns Theatie Hivc'jui't received a largt of Prince Albert Sniokiny; Tobacco ;