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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Pagefi THE LETirRRIDGE DAILY HERALD Sahiivlay. 7, 1012 ALL THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOST EVENT1 AUSTRALIA TEAM REAL SPORTS Didn't Take Advantage of Rule to Win Tug of War Sept. 6- Zealand another to their long list oi victories when they defeated Austra- lia afternoon in the finals of the winning two out of pulls.'. .The coatest- illustrated the high standard of sportsmanship of the Australians, for according io the regulations, only one team could be entered, by any one corps. New Zea- land-entered two and Australia de- feated the second New Zealand in a preliminary. 'Australia could claim- the cup with- out- pulling the other Sew Zealam the Australians refused to take, advantage of this and when de- feated by the New Zealanders, warm Ir congratulated their rivals. .The British Columbia, Ridley and Honfc St. Louis teams broke today. GAMES IN THE BIG LEAGUES National Won Two M.oro Philadelphia, Sept. York again won both games of a double- header here today, giving tlwrn five victories out of six contests in three days iu this city. York, won the opening game by hitting Rixey hard Iu the third and fourth innings. Tes rean pitched in grand style, and. at ter the game was given credit by the official scorers for a no-hit victory, altht jgh previously one hit had -been recorded against him. The disputed play came in the first inning. Pas- hit the plate, tor which Merkle and Wilson ran. Each field er got under the ball. Theu fearing a collision they permitted the ball to drop to ground. After ins game ne scorer reversed his de- that) cision the and decided to cross out. the hit for Paskert, and give Merkle an error, as the latter said he had touched the ball when he saw that "Witeon would not run into him. The second game.'was hard fought, each team using three pitchers. X-ew York won in the ninth on an error, two singles and a sacrifice. CANADIAN CRICKETERS OUTPLAYED YESTERDAY Could Do Nothing Againit American Bowten Match Concludes Today Pfiifadelphla, Sept. but forty runs in their first inning here todays a cricket club representing Ca- nada- had all .jthe 'worst of the first daj of plaj'iu a representing the United States.. The Canadians.could do nothing with the bowling of King and Clark, of the Philadelphia team, while the Philadel- phJans in their first inning with all out, scored 168 runs. The match, which is th-a twenty. third between the tiro countries, is being played on the grounds ot the Germantown Crkket club. be concluded tomorrow. Chicago Had Hard Climb Cincinnati, Sept Chicago won an up-hill battle from .to- day in" a ninth inning finish by a scora of G to 5. The locals contributed three errors in this.round, and these, coup led with three hits, by the visitor; netted the latter three runs, and pu; them one run. to the good at the fin Ish. Sheckard, Cotter unoVPhelan hit timely. Fronuse" forced a run over, the plate in the -fifth Inning "uy giving Richie a base on balls with the'fcases full. KID SCALEP. TO MEET JOE BAYLEY Calgary, Sept a con- ference held hero bet'waen Hob- ert McDonald and C. E. Grad- well, representing the Edraon- ton Athletic Club, Joe Bayley nud his manager Morris Con- dou of Victoria, arrangements were made for Bay ley to tfc- fend his title of lightweight champion of Canada at Edmon- ton within the next sis weeks against Kid Sealer. The definite date will bo arranged within -the next ten days. A A A SN A A ing out nine men. Johnson fanned five, three of these being consecutive outs In the fifth inning. St. Won from Detroit, Sept could not hit Hamilton, but after giving his ninth base on halls iu the eighth inn- ing, he wus taken out. and Allison fin- ished, keeping St.- Louis safely in tho lead. Hamilton also hit two batters. Wheattey, a recruit, pitched the first sevenjanings for Detroit. FOOTBALL Remarks on the "Stavordate" It was unfortunate that weather conditions interefered with (lie sched- ule of Wright Charity Shiald matches this week, and caused n postponement of the Callies-Overseas tic. Unfor- tunate 'because the nights are draw- ing-ill now, and it will be hard to get tho boys out in time to finjsh the gamo before darkness intervenes. However, the Football association ex- ecutive are meeting tonight, and 'will probably f> things up so -that the game will'.bo played to a satisfactory conclusion. PltUfaurfl Shut Out St.'Louis' St. Louis, Sept. kept St Louis' hits well scattered, while his team-mates hit when hits meant runs and Pittsburg today made it two games in succession, 8 to 0. Several recruits were in the local line-up. Brooklyn Three Straight Brooklyn, Sept. made it three straight with Boston, after another close battle today. The score was 2 to 1. Wheat made the first score for the home team, when drove the ball over the right field fence. The winning run came in the fourth, when, with two out and Fish- on second, Perdue Enrin Cleveland Manager Sevurely j intentionally, taking a chance on Cur- HARRY DAVIS COULDN'T STAND THE GAFF 3O RESIGNED Criticised Fop Poor Showing 4 ft Harry H. Davis didn't last 55 manager of the Cleveland club in th-e American league. The poor showing and the fact that been, subjected to severe citktcism by public and press are-.given as Davis' reaaons for resigning. Davis came to the develtnd club last spring, after many years of ser- vice with the Philadelphia Americans first and captain. He had 20 previous managerial .experience, but Charles Somets, oivner of the Cleveland clufx expected laat through fcis long confection with the Trorld'3 champions tieir veteran manager, Connie produce a wln- Bing team. Davlg succeeded George Siovall, i present manager of the St, Louis Am-1 erican league team, who had been traded to that clob notwithstanding he had landed the Cleveland team in I third place in the 1511 race, although wh-sn he took charge it was in sixth place. For a time this Cleveland team did fairly well. As the season .progressed, however, it began io lose its grip. On the recent eastern trip It lost fifteen of seventeen games. Since-coming home it his'lost two out of three. As the team sank in the percentage column criticism be- gan. Lately the newspapers have been sarcastic in their comment tis, who singled, scoring Fisher. j Curtis held the visitors down to one hit until the 'eighth, when Houa- er, batting for Perdue, doubled and geared on Campbell's two-baggw. Sensational catches In the outfield kept the runs down. A double-head- er Is on for tomorrow. Athletics Won Again New York, Sept. defeated New York again''today, the score being 4 to 2. McConnell easily outpitched CraUb, but the. breaks fav- ored' the Athletics' pitching recruit. The New Yorks'niade only two runs oh fourteen hits aiid six passes, and ah error br Collins ;let in one of these runs. The- visitors -won in the uinth, when Baker singled, and 'Mclnues at- tempted1 to sacrifice: Chase threw wild to-force" Baker, and when -let the throw go through, him; Baker scored arid Mc- IjinVs.: reached'Vihird. Barry scored Mclnnes.. I saw it staWd somewhere this week, after the Sons of Enghtud-St. Cyprian game had 'been decided in favor of the former, that the Shield might as well be handed to the winner of the other semi-flmil tie. Cal- Hes or Overseas, as which ever of the two teams entered the final would be bound to win the Shield. While I am prepared to admit that on the sea- son's form, the Sous apparently woulc stand to lose against either the cham- pion Overs-eas or the Caledonians, I do not take the pessimistic view of the Englishmen's chances that my friend above quoted docs. less frequent than they should have been. Tins young man has a nice turn of speed, and is a good shol and against a less clever player thai Willetts his efforts, would have be-ei more llolberton, at back Kas much better than in the previou match with Westminster. Hawkins in goiil, was, as usunl, tho inalnsta: of his fact, he performs more than ever, and I an afraid but for their goalkeeper the score against St. Cyprian's woui have beon much hirger than -two goals to nil. I understand Hawkins is signed up for the S. O. K. In leagu football, but in the cup and shieh i.'ointetitlous prefers tc assist the Church team, and although the Sons are "hard up" for K goalkeeper, one cannot but admire the spirit which prompts a player to stick to the weaker team. SASKATCHEWAN TO HAVE BIG EXHIBIT .Watch the Sister Province Make Good at the Congress MARKETS International Toronto beat Buffalo Buffalo, Sept. hit the hall hard and often today, defeating Buffalo, 10 to 4. Lush held the Buf- falos to two hits in six innings, and did some slugging himself, getting a three-bagger, double and two singles in four times at bat. Champions Win Another Rochester, Sept. pitch- ing and sensational work in the .field enabled the champions to beat the Royals again today, by a score of 9 to 4. Jack Quinn, the former Yankee, besides pitching gcod hall, drove in three runs and scored twice himself. He hit safely every time up. Cun- ningham was spiked in the fourth inn-, ing and had to retire. He will be out of the game for a week. Football is a same wliere oae nev- er knows what is likely to happen, and, especially in a cup-fiiial, the popular favorites often go down be- fore the less clover side. Not iliat I claim the Sons to be inferior to either of the other two teams in knowledge of the game. The only thing wrong with Englishmen this season been an inability to hold their play- ers, and evidence of that fact is to be found in the number of men who have appeared on thsir line-up this year. Indeed, with a new goalkeeper and a little practice together, I am inclined to beli-eve that the team which ap- peared for the Sons on Tuesday will give the winner of the Callies-Over- seas tie, a run for their money in the final, Th-e date set for that event Thanksgiving Day will pro- bably see the football season in Loth- bridge -wind up with one of the best games of the year, no matter which aid's wins nexi Week's match. The Sons all played well, and it dit one good to see the old colors be borne to victory once more. Let us hope they will have a little luck in the final for the Shield, for the win- ning of this competition would go a long way to liven up things in the English camp. A good goalkeeper and a man to take Holberton's place understand the latter wishes to quit quired to make a the Sons. all that are good team for American Errors Won far Cleveland Chicago, Sept. gave Cleveland today's game with Chicago to eleven hard-fought inn- inga. Jackson opened the eleventh inning with a pass, Lajoie singled, Birmingham bunted to Benz. who tossed the ball wild to first, Jack- son scoring. G-raney sent a long fly to Lord, who made a beautiful run- ning catch, and then threw wild to third to catch Lajoie, 'who kept on running from second and scored. An- other single scored. Birmingham. Davi contract 'was for but one year. He has not announced his fut- ure intentions. Joe Birmingham, who assumes charge of the team, is one ot" Its veterans. Great Pitchers' Battle Boston, Sept, Wood beat Walter Johnson today, winning his fourteenth straight victory in a spec- tacular pitchers' battle, which John- Bon sought in the hope of protecting his American league record ot" sis- teen consecutive wins. The score was: Boston, 1; Washington, people saw the game. The loae tally came in the sixth inning, with two out. Speaker hit into the crowd in left field for two ba-ses. Lewis, next up, knocked into Providence Walloped the Ball Providence. went to pieces in the seventh inning today, and Providence sent six runs over on seven hits and a pass, the Grays win- nine over Baltimore, 11 to 1. Association St. Paul 6, Milwaukee 5. Kansas City 5. Minneapolis I. Columbus 3. Toledo 1. Louisville 6, Indianapolis 4. Northwestern Victoria o, Spokane 4. Tacoma T, Seattle 3. Portland 4, Vancouver 2. STALL1NGS SLATED TO LEAD THE BRAVES the right field for a double, a hard fly, which Moeller was barely able to touch, Speaker scoring. Washing- tori had more opportunities to score than Boston, but Wood was at the top.'o'f his game in the pinches, strik- SHOE POLISH M ing and easily revived sliine. Polo comos in I m the BIG box. At all grocera and shoo stores. Ill 'Cwd ftr tie V" Buffalo, Sept. T. Stall- ags, manager of the Buffalo club, has agreed to manage the Boston Braves 1013. He is to succeed Johnny Kling, who says he is very glad to give up hia present job. Tuesday's game -between the Sons of England and St. Cyprian's was a good sharp contest, 'while it lasted, and though the Sons always held the upper hand, the Saints gave them a more strenuous time than they really expected. It was by HO means a classy exhibition of the game; the j Church team being not yet up to] grade, but they played that bustling, kick-anti-rush kind of football which usually upsets the sci-entific side. One of the features of the match was the persistent feeding of. that brilliant player Bestwick, by his team-mates on the English sid-2, and it 'is but right to add that he made good use of all the afforded him. It is fortunate for the Sons that Best- have had occasion already this season to say a good word about Jor- dan, ;i lad who knows the game, and, what IB better, plays it. Gall, another youngster, gave a good exhibition of half-back play on Tuesday, and with Fred Willetts and Mimday L-ae, made up the best half-hack line that has done duty for the Sons this season. Frier, too, fulfilled his earlier promise and 'was easily the t-est back on the field. Parker was good, as usual, though -his junior opponents .bothered him not a little, while "Billy" Holber- ton, first in gcal and afterwards on tho outside 'right, gave his side good son-ice. "Charley" Westley, in a G. O. Smith-like costume, was press- ed into service finite unexpectedly at 'the last moment, and interchanged positions with Holberton. It is suf- ficient to say that "Charley" finished the game with his and his costume Unsullied. The Standings With Hegina making a bid In takn Hie next session of the Dry Forming Congress to the Saskatchewan tal, Alberta's sister province is to malic a display at the exposition i; in Oetoui'r is uaicuhiicil 'to eclipse anything in the naturn nl a provineial exliibit ever sent out of that province. Advices from Kogiiia indicate that there will lie, 30 Hoard of Trade'exhibits, at least ouo down individual farmers' exhibits, cnch to a Hoard of Trade exhibit, 100 entries, hy farmers in the monster busliel of wheat competition, and 125 farmers' exhibits in the individual classes oi grains, grasses am! vege- table competitions. Besides all Miese there will, of course, be the j-rovin- dal'exliibil requiring 2500 feet ol iloor space, and costing and this the officials in clinrp.n ,n. very sanguine of carrying oil the sweepstakes, which lias been won by Alberta during the past two years. Exhibit at Toronto The provineial exhibit is in Toroa- to at the Toronto Inhibition at pres- ent. It is in charge of Prof. II. N. Thompson, superintendent of Insti- tutes, and fairs for the province. As soon as the Toronto Exhibition over the exhibit will be shipped rect to I.ethbridge, and will up in one of llie wings of the, mai building. There will be a crowd of Saskatchc wan people at mcnts are being made to run a see cial train.starling at Saskatoon wi a baggage coach, a diner and (i Pull mans. It W'ill proceed, via Tleg where three more Pullmans will attached to carry the governmen party which is coming to make a bit for the congress in 1913. Beside: these, there are expected at least nor farmers who will come over for con No. I. No. 2 Nort dein No. Norliiarn .v No. -1. Nortihern No. f.......w No. I Albertai Red No. 2. Alberbt Ited No. 3 Alberta KM gress week, and many of them are conteinplating bringing their tents and bedding to insure them selves of accommodation while in tin Polo Meeting AtMacleod Maclend, Sept. Southern Al jerta poloists v.'ill meet in Macleot Sept. 11, 12 and 13, to find out are realh' the prize winners. The ionic team is quite certain they can vin from all comers. The games wi be played on the polo grounds, Just across the river, and a large crowd s exrccied. York Chicago I'ittsburg Cincinnati Philadelphia FINNISH RUNNER IN AMERICA Sept. Kohle- rft mainen, the long distance runner W. Pet. W011 iQ.OOO meter race at 87 38 Olympic games at Stockholm, ar- 80 -17 rivctl in Manhattan today after spend- ill .575 i ing the night at Ellis Island. The fifi .102; great athlete was not held by the wick returned to town again, after a i briar sojourn in the Pass country, as they could hardly afford to lus-j so good a player. St. Louis Hrooklvn MATTY HAILS TESREAU AS SAVIOR OF THE GIANTS o New York, Sept. Tesreau, the greatest young spitball artist of John J, McGraw's champion Giants, looms out as the greatest hope of New York's pennant chances, according to Christy Miitlicwson, the greatest pitch- er the game has ever developed. Matty is not the kind to up in the heat of stiff argument. He insists that Chicago wlli have a much harder time In cutting down the present Giant lead than it had in getting with- in striking distance of the league leaders. Yet on Tesreau and Mc- Graw he banks the chief reliance of the Impending struggle. HM picks Tesreau as one of the greatest pitch- ing finds of the year, a youngster who is at his very -best the hotter the sit- natlons. Mathewson gives nil the credit of the lead the Giants now enjoy to the pensp.tional performance of "Rube" Marnuard, who appears to havo gone The S. O. E. had quite a good line- up in this match, and T am glnd Pff; gee that they are giving some of their i clever youngsters a try-out. Indeed, I these same boys are now practically beyond the trial stage, and may, I sup- pose, be looked upon as fixtures in the first, or senioT, eleven. Frier. Ball and Jordan were all included in Tuesday's team, and shared equally with the ohier members in the credit of the victory. Gurr was another man playing on this occasion who has made spasmodic appearances for the Sons this season. There may, of course, -be, seme reason of which I am not aware, for his infrequent inclu- sion in the team; but Gurr is a really good footballer, and it is a pity that the Sons have not engaged his ser- vices more often. "Charley" "Westley and "Billy" Holberton both had to take the field on Tuesday at a mo- ment's notice, and although neither of them did anything particularly bril- liant, it 'was more through lack of opportunity iban anything else. St. Cyprian's had quite a changed line-up in this match, compared with the team which did duty for them tho previous week against Westminster. Hut that it was an improved team is altogether problematical. The half- backs were ;i sturdy trio, and made up In weight and checking capability for any lack of science. The forward line was improved, though the evil of dallying clth the ball haa not been entirely eradicated. Turner was tho star of the line, and he took ad- vantage of every opportunity offered hy his team-malts, tlftotu those -were Amcrican W. Vet. Boston in 37 .7ij Washington 78 17 fi24! Philadelphia Sfi 53 Chicago [M _ Cleveland fig 72 .nfi1 New York GG 75 .188 j Detroit 71 -151) I St. Louis 41 73 .ISO federal authorities on his arrival in 73 this port as an undesirable alien, but he had (9 go over io the island be- cause there was no way in which he could be entered in this port until today. To Build a Garage Building permits havo been taken out hy E. J. Hill for a garage at his residence on Seventh avenue South, and the Internationa! Harvester Co. will build a shed costing International Toronto Roclipsicr. Baltimore Xcwark Buffalo Montreal City 1'rovidcncc 79 71 liti U2 51 (i2 Pet. ,1101 j 3R1 I .ilR j .500 .170 i 80 .U2i.% NELSON AND KETCHEL IN DRAW Chicago Lightweights Battle Fifteen Rounds to Even Break in Ring at St. Joseph, Mo. St. Joseph, flashes of tho old time form that made him famous. Battling Xelson fought Steve Ketchel to a draw here this afternoon in fifteen rounds. The ex-charnnioil worked both hands freely, using Ket- ehcl's body for a target, and in return took many blows in .the face. Ketchel was floored in the eleventh round hut oamo up gamely. His worked evi- dently stamped him as a comer. Ket- c-hel had the best of two rounds and Nelson a shade In six; Ihe others were even. The fight was witnessed liy a large crowd 'which included more than u hundred women. BIG GAME PLENTIFUL Cnleman, iveath er has predominated 'through- out the Pass for th-3 last week. Snow fell in the hills on Wed-' nesday night, and the peaks are clothed In their winter garb of white. Mountain sheep said to ho plentiful this year, and hunting will be bet- ter than for several years past. Bear is also plentiful, and arc occasioning stimc trouble am- ong scattered ranches. Oniln fiiVccft oil the local mnrket today eositiuiuo to :shov a alight de- cline, Quotations; pii other com- modities not reveal any cbungp. ,Mcnt still romaLn firm and KNOW little fndcaUcnrof further fluct- uation. 0.7i! ......0.76 ......O.tU .....0.72 ......O.GS 4. Alberta; Kod............O.fil fi. Albert M lied Bran, per ton 21.00 Shorts, per ton; 23.00 sa'clcod' 26.00 Rolled Oats 27.oil Vegetablet: New Potatoes, i .0.01' Boots, 0.03 Carrots, per Ih..............O.OSf rurnips, per lu...............0.01 3niona, per Ib 0 Oo Butter anrf1 020 Creamery butter. o.30t SBSS, fresh i 0 JO ;ittle on trie t-foort Steers, per pound! 'ows, per pound pia; Steers, dressed, pound wve, p'er cwt DresHed, oor Hogt; Dressed, per Ib Live, per Ib. Hides: Green, per li> ..f. A Cured........ 1 Dry Sheep pelt, each v .05 10 12 (M 11 Ot oil o 08 0.08 to'0.09i4' 0.09 to 0.03% to 0.25 to 0.75 SATURDAY'S PRICES Winnipeg, Sept, 71. With Ideal weather prevailing gjeuerally over the west, October Wheat weakened con-, sidcrable this momang. Opening; lower and dropping. 1% during trad- ing hours. Flax wate very weak and k fell off six cents. Oats .were steady In anticipation of a' very strong 'de- mand. There is a ;jjbod export de- mand ,for October, bjnt selling today as yesterday was mostly by loiig in- terears who are thinking it is wise 'o unload to avoid loss. Receipts were ight, being 48 cars .Inspected, and 40 ,n sight. Cables doted to louer Wheat Open-' Close- October, i iiS December S Maj JO 8 c' October December October CASH Vo. 2.. 'Northern vo. 4. Northern 5! Northern C. 'Northern' Winter s'o. 1. 2. o. STo. '2. C r. C. TV Jxtra No 1 Feud r o. J. Feed 11V s'o. 2, Peed 47 J PRICES. i 10 3iO 14 i -1T MINNEAPOLIS Wheat- September December lay... 94U CHICAGO WHEAT ieptember Idli December 40ra 9 Open Close Si! Ws :SS 00' r.v ie LIVERPOOL; GRAIN .MARKET Liverpool Sept v> holt pot, No 1 Vlu fis tid No Man. Si) 4d Mnn Ssk Id iltures Octobel is d IJa ember 7s 4Ud. TREET CAR DASHED' .HOSE Sept REEL Ml PEBLA Alberta They lire good because wo make them good. Made in Lcthbricige by DICKER WHEATCROFT Manufacturers Ave. S. Phone 1759 H'x o hell ot MIL fire ftrlgaite uspond ng to a false alarnt -here- tonight, ;t street car going at high speed, dash- cvl into the new hcsc wagon, wrcck- I ing it and hurling tho men in all dl- rections. Two were rather .-badly hurt and required, medical help. The es- cape; of tho brigade from fatalities is'' regarded as extraordinary, as tho speed of the car at tho crossing whe'ro- tho accident took plnoc was nbont thirty miles an hour. An enquiry" ir likely. ior he LJ TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Fire riul damage to the'home of .Mrs. A.. X. Clirislophcr at St.. Mary's. William an old resident ot Hamilton, is dead.; London, doctors have forincd' n union 1o "hpnt, r- Matthnw ('ook, formnrly a HeHe- ville merchant, is dead at Chicago., ;