Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
Page 6 DAILY ITERALTV May- 28, ALL THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOST EVENTS Something Doing At the Bc1l Park Tonight A great game anticipated at the bill park tonight. The Overseas supporters strong in the belief that-this is their season, will turn out in force to boost their team. A win for either meara the top of tbe lenue. A draw will put all three teams on a level. The zre likewise confident of vic- tory, so there will be something (Joint; the ball park tonight. Kick-off 0.45. St. Andrew's Blew the Baptists The St. Andrew Intermediate base- iitl team made good In' their initial ap- pearance in Sundny. School league last evening -by iaktaE the North Baptist to by the tune of 41 to 1. Qillls the" Presbyterian pitcher had little trouble with the batters of the op- posing nine. Devoid of balloon as- censions' and marathon running con- gests, the game was only short of be- ing' spectacular. T. S. McKenzle of- ficiated.' The St. Andrews' team pro- mises to give the other pennant seek- ers a hard race for league'honors. The game to have been played at .Westminster grounds between West- minster and, Knoi was defaulted to Knoi team, the Westminster boys fail- ing to make their appearance. City Baseball Teams Handicapped by Wind The wind created a pericct sand storm at the Athletic park last night and the city baseball league game be- tween the ludmns and the 1 MC-V was'called off. Tbere -were a Jew sjiectatora In the stand nnd for their hftnefIt a scrub exhibition Vi aa in thilged in br the teanu at tlie end of c iQj-g e ci (ti o- ]ttot season had it on the "Y" brigade by a good margin. Boys Organize Life Saving Club Here At a meeting at the Y. M. C. A. yes- terday, a junior life-saving club was formed. The following officers were elected: President, Charles Jones; vice-president, Norman Higinbotham secretary, Douglas Henderson; tl'eas urer, Sidney Reid. The club is under Ing-supervision of James Gallen, ot the City Police force. It is to extend over; a period of five weeks. Mono- Kranle lje awarded to members passing an examination given by Mr. Gallen. MATCHED FOR A GO WITH GOTCH AMEBICUS 3Id., May Ani- ericus, champion heavyweight wrest- ,er, of Baltimore, here to- night, from to Frank Gotch, at his home in Humbodlt, loiva Americus announced that Gotch signed i contrict to wrestle with him for the championship on June 14, WILBUR WRIGHT Dnton O.Mij tttight t smkiaa; it his home on lanthorne btreet in this c ind us ph siclans he cannot lue onger than a tev. houri Vll hope las been abandoned In members of helanillj Heroic measures were dop'eJ bj his plnsiuans in the final lope that the palitnt mnjht be te- but without edect His temper- lure continues to aboui the III hw pulsiUon gvulualK growing vcakct anil respiration more rregular The Chicago club is after Eddie Knrger the formei Boston plaier Manager O'Neill refuses to part with him, however. WHITNEY S HORSE WJNS THE VICTORIA CUP London, May Vic- torla Cup a handicap of ?6 250 ran at Hurat Park todaj was won bj H P Whitnej s Whisk Broom, by Brook ence 1st Zlb A Bassets Prince San was second, and H. Nichols Eton third BASSANO WILL BE SECOND RENO Town Will Be Mecca for Sporting Blood June 29th When Allen and Bayley Prepaiations in this city. The match was origin- ally made -for May 30, but Gotch ask- ed for more time to train. Gotch is to receive forty per cent, of the gross receipts, and Americus thirty-five per cent., while the remain- ing twenty-five per cent, will go to the Monumental Club for expenses in staging .the affair. nassauo, May is pre- paring for large crowds on Juno 29, which 'will be recognized in that town aa Celebration Day. big league baseball games will take place, in the morning and afternoon, and the evening the boxing bout between Al- len ind Bayley. Special trains Kill run from all parts of Alberta to.Bas- aano, and as the hole! accommodation will be taxed to the limit, special booths -lor meals will be provided, and The Elite Cigar Store Adjoining Morris Theatre jmt received consignment of Prince Albert Smoking Tobacco in every way the town will look after those who take the trip. The arena in .which tbe bout will take place will seat from three to four thousand 'people. Seats will be arranged.in style to give those at the back a chance to s.ee every- I thing that goes on.'in the ring. The ring seats and reserved seats will be placed in various sections around the ring, and these will be sold at popu- lar prices. The ring will be built about three feet from the ground, will bei'ot and hiv- ing every convenience for the boxers. PraMmiaarles i: to take place before the main bout. It not been definitely, decided whether the bbut: will take place be- fore, darknew or later in the evening. The boxeri must weigh in at '133 pounds rlnfllde, and each, have put to guartntec Tomhiy Burns will referee all the bouts of the''evening, and will pre- sent the championship belt to the win. nor of the main bout. COWLEY LOSES A GOOD SPORT MR. VAN DUSEN MOVED TO YOUNG PEOPLE AT- TEND DANCES Cowlcv. Mav A number of the iwiii' folk ittended the. ball in Pinch e: r reck on fndai them vveic B MtMurdo Iluwic, Robert Swinncy, Clarence Ciilimr --nd R Alexander W. Orchard, of .Irvine, formerly manager of the Union Bank here, spent the holidays iu town. It- is with much regret that we Imc lo lost d H IWben tin teller of the Union Hank. Mr. Van Busen came here Irom Grassy Lake in February, 1010. Me was formerly from the Ottawa Valley, the home of hockey.' He is a true disciple ol the sport ami one of tbe best players in the Pass, lie was a leader, in cv- crvtliing tli.it led lo the good of the and was well liked by every one. Me was a great admirer oC the Kcntlcr SMC an'l a customer of Mrs. Keau's Ice Cream Parlor. He is lo lake the position of accountant In the f'ilicher Creek branch, and his many friends wish him every success In his new olUce. Burton Kobinson attended the hall in the liocky Mountain Sanatorium at Frank on Thursday. He reports a spirtlrild lime. Dr. H. Mclvor was a visitor to Coleman Victoria Day. The death of Mr. and Mrs. Fvwl Tustian's infant hoy occurred here Saturday. Much sympathy Is Iclt for the bereaved parents. Thos. Maddou and Walter Kuipht. of Lundbreck, were in. town Thursday. W. T. Kddy took in (lie celebration at C'KinbroDk w Victoria Uav, BASKETBALL FOR SUMMER MONTHS Sunday School League Issues Senior and Inter- mediate Schedule The Simduy School Athletic league have arranged qulto n. lengthy schud- ule of Kttines for basketball. There are two classes., the 'intermediate and senior, Ths senior Includes Knox I. mid Knox H., Wesley and Cyp- rian's; the i liter in otljate includes St. Andrew's I. and U., Baptist, Wesley, St. Cyprian's. Knox and Westminster I. and II. The senior schedule'opens June and the in tier-mediate. June The schedules: SENIOR LEAGUE June Knox I. at St. Cyprian. Wesley at Knox II. June Cyprian .it Knox II. Knox I. at Weitmlniter. June I. at Wealey. St. Cyprian at Westminster. June at Knox. II. Wesley at St. Cyprian. July ,I. at Knox II. Wesley at Westminster. 'July at Knox I. Westminster at St. Cyprian. Cyprian at Knox 1. Knox II. at :Westmlniter. July II. at Knox I. St. Cyprian at Wesley. August Westminster at Wesley. Knox II- at St. Cyprian. August II. at Wesley. Westminster at Knax I. INTERMEDIATE LEAGUE Jur.s Andrew I. at Westminster I. Baptist at Wesley. St. Cyprian at Knox. St, Andrew H. at Westminster II. June Andrew. I. at Wesley. Westminster I. at Baptist. St. Cyprian at Westminster II. Knox at St. Andrew II. June Andrew 1. at Knox. Westminster 1. at St. Cyprian. Baptist at Westminster II. Wesley at St. Andrew II. June AndreW at Westminster II. Westmlnster'l. at St. Andrew II. Baptist at Knox. Wesley at St. Cyprian. July Baptist. St. St. Andrew II. Knox at Westminster H. Westminster I. at Wesley. Andrew at St. Cyprian. Westminster I. at Knox. Baptist II. Wesley at Westminster II. July St. Andrew II. Westminster II. Baptist at St; Cyprian. Wesley, at .Knox.> luly at St. Andrew I. Wejilsy lit 5apU-t. Knox at St. Cyprian. Westminster, ir. St Andrew II luly at SUAniifew 1. Knox at Baptist. St. Andrew II. at Westminster I. Westminster n. at.St. Cyprian. August Cyprian 'at Baptist. Knox; St. 'Andrew I. St. Andrew II. at Wesley. Westminster II. at Westmin- ster t, August at Westminster- I. St. Cyprian at Wesley. St. Andrew II. at Knox. Westminster II. at St.Andrew I, August at St. Andrew I. Wesley at Westminster. St. Andrew U. at St. Cyprian. Wesley II.: at Knox. August Cyprian at St, Andrew I. Knox at Westminster. St. Andrew II. at Baptist. Westminster II. at Wesley. ept. Cyprian ,at Westminster I, Knox at Wesley. St. Andrew fl. at St. Andrew I. Westminster II. at. Baptist. BULLETINS MEETING POSTPONED The Auto Club executive meeting, called for last evening, was postponed to a date to be announced later. BUSINESS HOUSES HAVE ARRANGED FOOTBALL MATCH The football team of Campbell. Wil- son Horne will play the team of Plunkettifc Savage ami Macphsrapn fruit Co., combined, on Wednesday, Mn JO. nt (he Overseas Ground, at 7 o'clock sharp. TECUMSEHS LOST STAR Nsll Felker Knocked tit Combat With Appendicitis Toronto, May. Tecumaeh Lacrosse cluii strffercd a big blow 'to- night, when Nell Felker, their centre player, was taken to Grace Hosplfal, suffering from appendicitis.: Ho will be operated on. tomorrow. i: WAKUOW WANTS MATCH Otto Waklow, Wolasklwin, Altai, is anxious to get a m'atcu on with .Tack Ellison ol Card- ston or any other wrestler in tho country fcr a wager of 1250 to ?BOO. Address G. A. McMillan. Wotnskiwin, U'nk- iow's manager, BASEBALL IN THE BIG LEAGUES Results of Games National 5-4 Philadelphia l-'h'st gtvme: Ntraton '..010 000 -I a. 0-10 OOlt 5 li 1 Tyler, HOBS, Donnelly and Kilns: Ureiuiau ami Dooin. 3-0 Boston See.oml game: Boston ......000 300 ll 3 Philadelphia 000 000 0 3 1 Brown. Purdue and Cnrlis, lexsniutT ami Mornn and Dooin. 4-1 Chicago ChiensP OtU.HO 4 8 0 Cincinnati 000 000 I :l 2 HcuHmch and Keutlhani: Frornino and McLean. 6-2 New York New-York ___ 200 220 li li 0 Brooklyn 000 2 12 I! Ames and .Myers; Knctzur, Ilurger, and Plielps. 6-3 St. Louis Piltsburg 2JO 000 3 10 1 St. Louis 024 000 7 1 Adams, Kobtnsdn and Kolley: Wil- lis, Steele and Bresnalian. Standings Today National Now York Cincinnati Clilcngo Si. Louis I'llUlKlolpllla Uostou Brooklyn 26 23 1C, 17 U! Kl .'American Chicago Washington Boston I'hllanelphin Detroit..... Cleveland JNew York ,St. Louts '20 111 31 15 1-! 12 10 (i .800 JS .038 IB .Bill 17 .48f> 21 .447 1" .4113 .13 .371 20 9 18 .471 12 .li3U 15 JiOO IS .471 It .453 19 .387 Association ColuiubU'o...... .Minneapolis .Toledo......... Kansas City..... St. Paul....... Louisville...... American 10-5 New York Washington 010 004 5 0 New York 100 303 11 0 Hughes and Henry; Caldwell auil Sweeney. 12-6 Philadelphia Boston......000 140 G S 1 Philadelphia its 012 n i O'Brien, Collins, Bedient and Car- rigan and Nunamaker; Plank, Brown, Bender and Thomas. Cleveland St. Louis, postponed, rain. 2G 2-1 L'4 22 10 14 14 Hi 1U .G19 15 .615 15 .615 19 .537 23 .452 3il .378 23 .378 Northwestern Portland Vancouver Victoria Tacoina Seattle Spokane 22 IS .550 21 .525 20 10 .513 20 111 .513 IS 21 IB 21 .432 WESTERN CAN. LEAGUE THE STANDING InteriiiiMonal Jersey City 7, Baltimore 3. Newark S, Providence 3. Montreal 5, Toronto 3. Rochester 7, Buffalo 2. Bed.'Deep iCalgary Kdmonton..... Association Minneapolis 5, Milwaukee -1. Indianaiiolis 6, Columbus 5. Toledo 5, Louisville .Kansas City 5. St. Paul 3. Northwestern Tacoma ,9, Vancouv. 0. Seattle 7, Spokane Victoria 11, Portland S. Canadian Berlin 13, Guelpii 8. Peteiboro -I, Ottawa J. Brantford 4, London 3. 2, Hamilton 0. Boys Gave Way to Their Seniors With Last Friday morning through a mis- understanding two ball games had been scheduled for the same time at the Mounted Police grounds. The C. R. freight office employees were doped- to play the Medicine Hat em- iloyees. Another game had been planned between the Knox and Wes- ey Sunday School League teams. Al- :hough the younger boys had equal rights to .the ground, they extended the courtesy to.the visiting team from Medicine Hat, and postponed their game until later on In the morning. X was just :i little sportsmanlike act that might have been overlooked.'by many but it shows clearly the altru- stic-spirit of our city's youth. We coukl not help but commenting upon this spirit of square deal displayed by the younger set. LANGFORD GAVE PORKY '.FLYNN BAD TROUNCING Sam Liiiigford put the finishing ouches on Porky Flynn In the four- eenth round yesterday at Melbourne, .ustralla. The bout was scheduled o go twenty roimds, but Flynn was all the fourteenth and the referee topped the bout. STANDING OF SUNDAY SCHOOL INTERMEDIATE BASEBALL LEAGUE P. W. L: Pet. St. Patrick's ..1 1 0 1000 Knox 2 2 0 1000 St. Andrew's 1 I No. B I No. CALGARY .GOES DOWN Red Deer Got Away With Good Start and Was Not Headed Off Calgary, May Deers forced the B-ronks out of first place for the first time this season, when they de- the locals by the score of ;1 to 3 today. Ferdy Manning, who pitch- ed for the Bronks last year, turned the trick against his former team- mates, but three disastrous, errors in the second Inning, which came all in a row, resulted In four runs crossing which cinched-the contest for the visitors.- ..Score: Red Deer ......140 000 591 Qalgary. 000 3.3. ,4 and Biinist'end and Davidson. RESULTS TORONTO BOXING TOURNEY May succession of excellent bouts marked the semi-fin- als and: duals of the. .Canadian box- ing ciwmplonishlps decided at Riv- erdale Kink tonight. The outside con. testants showetf up well. Gil Martin, P. Barrieau and Chas.''Patten, of Van- couver took the J.5S pound, 145 pound and 125-pound finals respectively, but Martin, was beaten, by Hnnna. of To- ronto, in the heavyweight class. The .105, 115 and llio-ppund finals went to Toronto men. Summary: J05 pound, semi-finals: A. Scott, To- ronto, detailed Price, Toronto. 125 pound, semi-final: G. Parish, Buffalo, defeated A. Watson, Buffalo. C. Patten, Vancouver, defeated E. Winkler, Buffalo. H. defeated G. Parish, Buffalo.'' 115 pound, final: C. Godden, Toron- to, defeated W. Franlcel, Toronto. .185 pound, fln.il: .Lindella, To- ronto, defeated H. Freeman, Toronto. 15S pound, final: Gil Martin, Vnn- .couver, .defeated A. Saunders, Toron- 'to. 345 pound, final: F. Barrieau, Van- couver, defeated A. R. Lake, Toronto. 105 II. Hoiile, Toronto, defeated A. Scott, Toronto. 1.36 pound, finai: C, Patten, Vancou- ver, defeated H. Heveridge, Montreal. Heavywelghl, final: W. E. Hauna, Toronto, defeated Gil .Martin, Van- couver. THE COMPLETE .SUPPLY HOUSE Metal Windows Accepted by the International B.oard_ot' UiMknvmers CALL AND SEE SAMPLE .WINDOW IN OUR DISPLAY ROOM. SIMPLE IN CONSTRUCTION AND THE VALUE OF EACH PIECE OF METAL TAKEN ADVANTAGE OF IN THIS WINDOW. The Western Supply Equipment Co., Ltd. 'hone. 1044 '.'.3124th Soulh. Alberta Hetl Alberta Red Alberta Rod No. -I Alberta lied No. a Alberta Hcd So. Alberta lied Barley, No. :j Barley, No. J Vegetables: Potatoes, uer cwt. Potatoes, per ton Beets, per Ib. Carrots, per Jb Turnips, per Ib Cabbage, per Ib. Parsnips, per pound Onions, pound Butter and cggi: Dairy butter Creamery butter Eggs, fresh t. Bran, per ton Shorts, per ton Oats, per ton, sacked ____ Boiled oats Cattle on the Hocf Steers, pep pound Cows, per pound Cows, dressed, per pound Steers, dressed, per pound Sheep: Ijive, per cwt Dressed, per cwt Hoas: Dressed, per Ib. Uve, per cwt. J0.8C O.'ss' 0.7S O.llli (US 0-78 0.77 0.76 O.IM) HO to 2.00 2S.OO to 85.00 0.2ii 0.214 ____ o.or, 0.02V4 0.514 0.30 to O.'SS 0.40 to O.J6 0.30 0.06% 0.05% 0.11 0.12 5.00 11.00 0.12 i 0.09 TUESDAY'S GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg, May markets opened and closed with prices as fol- lows: Open Close Slay, old........ 104% May, new........ 104% 104% July............ lOaVi 10B% October 03% 9354 May............ 4B14 -IS J.llly........ Ex. No. .1 Feed, May 44, July......i..... 20fl July......... ISSli.' Cash' Prices No. I Northern 104't No. 2 Northern.......... No. 3 Northern.......... No. No. 5 74'1 No. C '-I1. Feed................... Oats- No. 2 C. W............. NO. 3 C. 42 JSx. No. 1 Feed........ H No. Feed............ I-1'- F lax- No. I N. W............ 201 Minneapolis Wheat Open Close Slay............ 113% "I1" July.............H4' September Chicago Wheit Open Close May.......'. 1W% July............ IlTji lllij September......... 107 OTTAWA HOCKEY PLAYERS HAVE EYES ON ALBE.RTA- Walsh and Kerr Favor Cattle Ranch on the Western Ot- ta Team Hard Ottawa, .May Wrish, who. for five years, lias played centie on the Ottawa professional- hockey learn, leaves loriight for -Wlnnlpag, to" join Albert Kerr.'Ielt wing of the Sen al.ors, who went-West last month. Walsh anil Kerr will remain in Win- nipeg a few weeks, and then go fnr- Ihor West to so in partnership in a. cattle ranch, probably in Alberta The two hockey stars are insepar- able friends, and have had this ambi- tion In Ihelr heads for some time. "Skene" Ilonana is also going West, so the Otfawas will have for next win- ter Just n skeleton of last year's team, MARTIN SHERIDAN'S DISCUSS EECORD BEATEN AT NEW YORK- Cr.ncan, an Unattached Athlete, Mada a Phenomlno! Throw can, Ihe unattached local athlete, not only broke the wortd'n record whoa he threw the dlBcuss 165 feet 1 Inch, from the Olympic circle at the office clerk's but did it with discuss weighing" four pounds 7 1-2 nices or 1 1-2 ounces over the re- quired weight, according to ofilcial. announcement by the chairman oif record committee today. Tho recognized champion Martin. Sheridan, who (brew, the discuss M4.r at New 'York, jwrfonnance is doubtful.