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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta uy, 1W12 THE LETITBIUnflE DAILY HERALD I'agff MARKETS LETMBRIUGE MARKETS No. 1 Northern 10.79 No. 2 Northuni 0.70 No. '.I Northern 0.73 -N'o. -I 'Northern O.lill No. 5 (US No. 1 Albarln lloii Mil No. 2 -Alberta Bod.. 0.78 No. 3. Alberta 'Red 0.72 No. 4 Alberta rtnl O.IS3 No. !i Albertn lied (MS Bran, per ton 21.00 Shorts, per .toil 23.00 Oats, per ton, sacked 28.00 Rolled. OaLH 27.00 Vcgetablci: New Potatoes, per lu, 0.01 Boots, per Ib 0.03 Carrots, per Ib; 0.02 Tl'rnlps, per jt) 0.01 Onions, per Hi! Gutter and Eggt: Dairy butter 0.20 Creamery butter EBBS, fresh Cattle "on trie Hoof: .Sti-ers, per pound .Cows, per pound Cows, dressed, per pound Steers, dressed, per pound Shtep: 0.30 0.30 05 10 .12 5.00 'Dressed, -jor owt, 11.09 Drcsaod, per Ib............. 0.11 1 iu per fGieen per 0.08 to 0.09ii Cured............ 0.03 to i Dry 0.10 to 0.15 Bheep pelt, each........ 0.25 to 0.73 Lamb skins, each..........0.25 Poultry: Geese, 6.H Turkeys 0.22 Live spring ehiekens, per Ib 0.18 FoWl 0-15 Ducks WINNIPEG MARKETS Winnipeg, Jinn., Sept. mar opened Unver for liotli Uclolier rinil December, while .May droppr'l 1 cent, -A meriean markets were also a little weaker. Oats were (lax and (lull. There was some rain last night in anil Saskatchewan, but, not in sufficient quantities to delay har- vesting operations. There was a good rash demand an.1 satisfactory export enquiry. in Hritish here had a bearish effect in Liverpool, which closeri to lower. 37-1 cars inspected, sight-. H Mlf t CRANBROOK TOOK FERNIt INTO CAMP Mourner, Hupt., tho hi- inlitob here yesterday hetweyn Cranhrook mill Kv'rnle, (ho giune rouultoU In Orun- brook's favor by li score of ti to I. TONIGHT The big wrestling event at the Morris Theatre thii evening be- tween Mangdff and Taylor promis- es to bring out bumper crowd. Taylor, the local man, has many backers that he can hold off the Chicago grappler for the required time of one hour, which will win him the match. There IK a reputa- tion In it for Taylor If he can do so. "The bout commences, at 10 o'- clock. Preliminaries will hold the boards an hour before that time. The match Is causing a lot of In- terest here. FUNNY STUNT BY LACROSSE PLAYER Montreal, .Sept. Cornwall team, undisputed champions of the N.L.U., added onemqre victory when they defeated the Shamrocks on the North End grounds by a score ol 8 to Fur the first part oi the game the Shamrocks .held their own hut-nnce so tiled', down the champions fairly romped away from their yld- timc, rivals. At the end of the oiui quarter tlic each scor- ed two goals, and while, from thnn it was aii who assumed uic load and were never again headed; A unique feature turned up in the 'third quarter when De-ran, one of the Shamrock players, forgetting that the team had change..! ends, scored a game against his own team. Shortly after pulling off this trick he re- placed by Aliman. 10 "t. Cash Prices N'or. ior. rtir. or. i ur. i or. X Xo Xo. X Oa' Xo. X. -3 Bar S'u. 3 Tiejccted Condemned Wheat .Sept......... Dsc.......... May Sept....... Dec........., Jinr .Minneapolis THE CALLIES TOOK THEIREASURE The Caledonian football team trav- elled to Medicine Hat yesterday and look their opponent's measure in style, the Leuibriuge boys winning 2 Io 0. Tennant- in goal, was invinc- ible. The team was Tennant, Banner- uran, Huston, Smith, White, Olcn. Oliver, C'lark, Knight, binning and Guy Tennant. Tiie Collies also brought home n fair share of tile honors in the Labor Day sports, winning the relay race, the wheelbarrow race and the three-1 legged rat.c MAJESTIC THEATRE Two nights, Than, and 5 and 6 HILLY "SIN'GLK" CLIFFORD PRESENTS HIMSELF IN 'The Girl, the Man and the Game' A Merry Musical Stampede, Bubbling Over With Mirth and Melody Ati excollcut raslo; A Itevy of Dainty Divinities who Kins, Delight the Eye Beautifully Costumed; Properly Presented PRICES 75c. SEATS NOW ON SALE AT ROCHON'S GAMES IN THE BIG LEAGUES DEFEATED CRICKET CLUB BLACKBURNE'S Xf. _ National Increace Lead Boston, Sept. biggest crowd at a National league same hi this cliy In [-ovcritl years saw the Giants talrj both games of the -double-header from Uoston May, thereby Increasing lead in the pennant race while Chi- cago loaf-sd, Doyle's home run, with two men on won the first game in the twelfth Inning. a pitchers' battle, in which Perdue op- posed first .Mnrquard and then Mat- hewfion. It was; a runaway for New York in th-e second, the score being 6 lo l, the Giants combining hits with Donnelly's wildness for five rung in the third inning. Tyler, 'who succeed- ed Donnelly, held New York safe un- til the game was called in the seventh inning, on account OE darkness. Something Unique Cincinnati, Sept. won both, games of a double-header here this afternoon from St. Louis at the close of which on-a o' the most re- markable sights ever seen, on the lo- cal ball park grounds was witnessed. It was almost dark, and the .crowd had been calling for a called game. When Umpire Eason refits-oil to listen to tho cries, bonfires made of pro- grammes sprang up all over the park, and in a few moments thousands of them were in evidence. Eascn insisted on the game being played out, however. McLean was hit in t'.ie head with a bat In the first game, and retired. The opening con- test was featured by great fielding. pivided Double-Header Philadelphia. Sept. de- feated the home team in the morning inline, which required eleven innings, 4 to 2. The visitors tied the score after two were out in th-e ninth on a horns run by Krwin, a pinch batter. and "they 'won the game in the elev- enth inning, on -Miller's double, with two men on the lias-es and The batting- of Magee. who got-four hits in five times at bat was a feature. Philadelphia defeated Brooklyn this aiternoon in one of the best pitching duals seen here this season by the score c-f 2 io 1, in thirteen innings. The opposing pitchers were Rixey and Hncker. The latter weakened in the thirteenth inning, when the home team scored the deciding run on four singles. Rucher did not give a base on balls and only three passes wore given by Rivey. game, 12 to -I. The visitors stole bas- es at will. Sixteen players were used by the locals, (t rained in after- noon. Fighting for Second Place Washington, S-ept. 2. Philadelphia started in today to win second place In the American league by defeating Washington, i! to i-, in the morning gamer They bunched hits well ami compelled Washington to use three pitchers. Plank was driven out of the box by Washington after seven Inn- ings, but IJendor held tho game safe. Philadelphia followed with n second victory in the afternoon in a desper- ately contested ten-inning game, the score being 9 to 7. Walter .Johnson was hit liKTd and timely. Crabb was driven from tho box in the fourth, but tinny u, finished form. the game in good HERE EVERYBODY GOES THE PEOPLE'S FAVORITE LAST TIME TO-DAY THE CONA'ICTH 1'AJKOLE An Intensely Dramatic Gem THE LOST DOG A Comedy Brain Storm Tin; it MAID Delightful Feminine- Funny ism The INDIAN am! flic CHILD Featuring G. M.- Anderson, Greatest MISS AGNES ERROL Singing TWO TILL. FIVE 'DREAMS" ADMISSION 10c and 15c STARLAND ORCHESTRA SEVEN TILL ELEVEN Montreal Took Two Buffalo, Sept. lost, both games to Montreal today. The first was played in the rain until it was impossible to continue any longer, ended in the first half or the sixth. The afternoon game was a 110- hij, no-run battle for JUcTiguq up un- til the eighth, when he became wild, and Smith finished the game for him. Toronto Bent Rivals Roerrestctr, Sept work on the part, of the infield lost a great, game here today for the champions, Toronto, the league leaders, walloping the three time winners into submis- sion by a count cf 5 to 1. Quinn pitch- ed splendid hall, but the infielders al- lowed five outs to drop safe for hits. The game puts-Rochester entirely out of the running for a fourth consecu- tive flag. Rain in the afternoon pre- vented the second game, which will be play-evl tomorrow. Baltimore Won Two Baltimore, Sept. City both games of rim opening series, the last.'Of the season, to Raltimnm ibis lost Handicap Wrestling Exhibition TO-NIGHT at the MORRIS THEATRE Jack Taylor BETWEEN AND Bob Manapff Local Man, Ibs. The Giant Tui'k. 220 Ibs. Maiiagoli agrees to throw Taylor 2 falls in GO minutes. Police Gazette rules to govern.. Two.Good Preliminaries. Ladies cordially -invited. Sturis sharp. Artmix-sJon and Ringside Ringside Tickets on sale at Eli to Cigar {Store, The second was won by the Birds by swatting Main's offerings to all four corners of the lot. The game -was called in the fifth .inning ou account of darkness. Newark in Luck Providence, Sept. muffed foul by Schmidt and Atz's wil-d throw to the plate in the ninth inning this af- ternoon, cay Jl, _ ._..... rPhc hethbridg-e Cricket club was declared the1 winner over Blackburno's I j local eleven in iheir match at the I Barracks yesterday by a niifj-gin of runs. CLEVELAND MANAGER THROWS UP HIS JOB j Cleveland. Sept. Davis j of ilie Cleveland American j league loam, resigned this morning. Outfielder .lot1 llirniingliam tem- j norarily appointor'. to fill hiis plane. THE CHICAGO MARKETS Chicago, III., Sopi. raceiijfs northwest, and Ijeavy world's ship- BATONS DEFEATED St. Catherines Won Semi-Fin ship RnnHford. Sent and Cubs Were Idle Chicago at Vitrsbirrg, postponed Newark two runs, and the 4 t" 3. Rain caused a post- afternoon. Errors by Purtell and Mc-j poncment of. the morning's game, Haie gave the Birds the first game.' GOLD! SILVER! COPPEH A PQT OF MONEY Association .MiiuitinpoliE S, St. Paul H. Kansas City (I, Milwauitee 0. Kansas City 4. .Milwaukee L Indianapolis 4, Columbus Louisville li, Toledo 4. Toledo 5, Louisville 1. CALGARY WON GOLF TITLE Three city teams competed in th-e AJborta, golC cbampion- ship at Calgary: Calgary, JSd- monton and LeUibrldge, the former winning the team' title. Haig and WilBon, af Calgary, i.he only; contestants In the amateur golf ohiuupion- ship games. t BULLETINS Canadinn St. Thomas 1. London London 4, St Thomas i. BrnnU'ord Hamiltc-n t. Ottsi'wn, -1, Peterboro 2. Ottawa Peterhoro 1. AQUATIC CLUB MEETING There will be a meeting of the Leili- bridge- Aquatic association tonight in Room 7, Hull Block, at 8 o'clock. account of IMtts-biirg team being de- layed in arriving home. Make a gniess at this amount oi inoney. havo a glass jar of money on exhibition in Winnipeg. Gold, bills, li j copper and silver in li. Mow much uoon. 'I'be paino resulted in a i lory for St. Catherines by. tlic scl of 7 (o 2. mcnfa had a depressing effect today j CaUierinns pluyccl the C. L. A. wheat. Commission houses sener-1 lor Kcmt-flnals CM a ally sellers. Aside from moderate j field behind the -tliou uic CATTLE PRiGES HOLD FIRM Liverpool Rogers Co., .Liverpool, cable today that the Birkenhead market held firm at pric- es last -cabled, quotations being: for 3iates Mid Canadian steers from cents pound. Ganernl con- ditions unchanged. Elevator Trust In Sight Max Alikln, R. B. Ben- nett and others have formed a com- pany with the view of controlling the internal elevatoro, it is said. a R tarter they !mv out the Alberta Pacific Elevator company. Donaldson Line Direct Service Between Scotland, Continental points and Canada ovary Sat- Large new steamers, modern and up to date, operated on the One Class Cabin plan. Cabin staterooms all amid- ships. to Glasgow, Liverpool. Londonderry, and fast. to Antwerp and Rotterdam. to Sweden, Norway and Denmark, etc. For full information on any steamship agnr.t or write, H. E. L1DMAN, Gontrai Agent 455 Main St., Winnipeg the decision over McCcnneH. nnics had hcen comn.ctcd i, chance is M was Wood's fourieonth straight vie-! New Vork bad three on the has-1 nf :bo Sfephcna it Co! good as any one's. Only! Ovorlnnd car driven by e.s in tlie ninth inning, liut struck out McGniiJiol! for Hie ihiril nut. Both games were played in a drizzling rain. An Even Break Cleveland, Sept. bunching Wood j barred from KiicBsius. All who buy qiian of Silkstone eiitiiledj to ono guess for i-ach quart bought. Make ti guess. worth tryirg. Silksicnc! i.s th.- wonderful, beauti- ful and .Sitnitan nev.- wall paint per- fected by this company. It is smooth silk, hard as .stone. Better than' hits off Kaler with ClevelniKTs errors, wail paper or kateomine. Alake.yonrj Iwcoti Billy St. Louis scored enough runs in ilie bojne beainifui bilksione anc'i Hen i f'rst innings of tiie iric-rn'rig acixl in si of in, 5 to -J. .Mitchell, who succeed- ed Kalcr. pitched shut-out hall.. Chap- man, Cleveland's new shortstop, .jrovn i in two runs ;i double. Cleveland defeated 3l, Loins this af- j .ernoon in a pitchers' battle between (Gregg and Powell, 2 to 1. St. Louis; ;ot men on third and second, with out in thq ninth, but Grogfe '-hen i "annecl Stovall and Austin, and Wai-! grounded out. j money in the Jar. euc-js, you may get. all tin- .Make money Vdiinggash three times, am! K.Vi F. car driven by .Masters, twice Thi? Anx-rican I'licerslnnt; car driven by Davies, (inislicd second. The ('tuliliar driven by Goo. onnui, dropprd out. The time was The ten mile, open race was fcr- in Koid car IPS in AnierU'iin I dcr.slung. Again liocrrs led al! j and finished in which v.aii I If) seconds ahead of navies, i Tlic 19th mile of tlie 25 mile Rogers covered the distance in shrly seconds. White Sox Badly Deaten i Chicago, S-apl. haUosl liicago's nilr.hors all over the lot j is J.ld won :i ontvsidcd HTEPTIF.XH LIMITED O. BATTLING NELSON FOUGHT ___ FIFTEEN-ROUND DRAW 1USICANDDRAMA (Conduced by FIDEL1O) St. -lOFitph. Mis., St'Dl. Nelson foiipM of Chi-j a fificcj round dniw here y tcrday. Against Spitball Manager Iiooin, of ibo PhilRtlAlphin Nationals, has startt-d a cnisatie r.gahist tho spiiball. This is due to the recent illness of Addisrw F. Brt-u- nnn, the Phillies' star souiiipaw pr, which has been diagnosed as diph- tjieiia. He probably be cut of the game fcr Hie i-esf. of the season. Doo- in declares that the spitball is rejji.jii- sihle for the pitcher's attack of diph- SCULLING CHAMPIONSHIP TES SET FOR NEXT WON'T H Patnl and Makers WINNIPEG London, Rnglatui, tliu world's champion scul- ler, and I'M ward Dunian, of TorcTiio, have arranged a match for ibo cliam- j pionship of iho world to place (on UK- Thames in Octobi'i1, on the ball is unsanitary and the practice might spread disease from one player to another. Using Brenmir.'s case ns an illustrating argu- mc.'ut. Managpr Dooin made applica- tion 'to President Lynch of the Na- tional League for permission tor his ,T pitchers 10 wo. a in f-ectant on when they arc opposing a spit- I'.f.H a-rtlsi. hooin go; no HatiGfarticni, however, as Presidcin r.ynoh notified him that it will any Philiidolphin to put anything on the ball in the way of chemicals, or an; thing to offsei the ihiid deposited tliercon >y artists. Strong Programme at Startand The holiday programme at, Starlahd Is one that the management hesitation'in giving" a big booEt, Tor it fairly bristles with real of the four subjects have been select- ed with especial care, and will proys io be very acceptable. The first, "The Indian and the Child." a breezj Western siory, is Ui-s big feature, for it shows the celebrated photo play star, Mr. 0. .M. Anderson, in one of bis characteristically sirpiig roles. A distinct dramatic surprise is ihs second film, "The Couviut's for it gives an absolute answer to the question ot cojivic-i Uiiibr, the story being handled in a masterful manner Two extremely funny comedies, "Tlje Lcsi and "A wind up one of the programmes seen here for some time. .Miss Errol, Starland's favorite soprano, slngins; also 'wins well merited1 praise. Tin's big programme is being- shown tonight for tKe last tini-e. "Rip Van Winkle" at the Majsatlc In suite of the score of times "Rip Van Winkle" has been played, it still posaPSfa-3s its attraction, and this 'was teslirh-ii the well-filled house which assembled at the .Majestic lasC e fen in Though essaying an old role. Hiarles .T. Conklin managed to' instil inif if. something of life and in- tfirosi, and to remove from it any sus- picion of stateness. His porfornian'ce was namral aiid crc-ilitsbls, ihs senile Rio, though still preserving his .mhfiil I'hararteristirs, was endowed th that suiitle touch of age. Avhich ves a distinction to crusted port wine. The impersonal ions of the young and old both in favor of its exponents. The other members of the coinpany I'iiarac'.eristieally portrayed their sev- eral parts, and in Ms appeal to tlift sympathies and the imagination of the aiKlir-nre. (be play fulfilled its object. Clever Bi'ly (Single) Clifford Here Soon Billy u'inglef Clifford, the coined- ia-ii. is JmadtMl this way. He is blaz- ing a trail of laughter across the con- imeiit and in so iiuiiis 'nus been won- derfuHy successful. He will be seen in h'v merry laiigb-creatinj: vehicle, "ThP Girl. The Man and The Game" ar the >fajostic Thontre on Thursday and Friday. Sept. r> and 6. This clever pln.y is a musical farce in which the central figure is a rol- ticiiini- yo'.ii'K blade, who borrows a wife nnd child to deceive his dotiug old undo with money. Naturally he gets hinsell into all manner oC hcrapcs and hie actions during this tin'O furnish many a hearty laugh. Mr. Clifford the role of the gay young man, and 1m not only affords much fun, but. ho also sings many, good which aru really new. ;