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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTK LETTIBKTDGE Muiufay, jr 14 JOE WOOD EQUALS i JOHNSON'S PITCH- ,ING RECORD STRAIGHT VIC TORY FOR BOSTON PITCHER j IN SUNDAY GAME 1 St. Louis. Sept. Pitcher Joe jWood WBII his seventeenth straight today and enualled the A.merl jean league recoid made by IJohnson of the '.Vashing'on team this 1 season, Vlien Boston defeated Si. JLouIs in the second fame of the header 2 to 1. The game ua 'called at thi end of the eighth in liiug on account cE darkness S' the first fame 5 10 4, fielding preventing'Ko-'ton from over i coming the lead St. got in the illrst three innings. Johntton Got Poor Support j Detroit. Sent K thrilling rall> iu tlie 7th inning de- Detroit fcix to three todai m a lontest which, introduced almost even t'nng possible in baseball The game I -was called on account of darkness j after the elgnth. Johnsou was accord cd poor support at the start, but re- j tired eight oaitms on strikes to or- i der to break his losing streak of five S straight games. t White Sox Beat Highlanders i Chicago, Sept. bun and defeated York 4 to 2. Borton's fielding .featured. B OLDFIELD BROKE THE MILE CIRCULAR RECORD DISBROW AND THE CELEBRATED SPEED KING RIVALS AT CLEVELAND RAYMOND 'M .formerly pitcher on the stiff of the New York Giants, who dlecTin Chicago after having re- ceived injuries in a fight. TIE GAME RESULTED IN CONTEST FOR MUTZ CUP COAL CREEK AND HOSMER FOOT- BALL TEAMS ARE WELL MATCHED Cleveland, Ohio, Sept. loday at North Randall) near here, was'the automobile record tor a mile on a circular dirt track broken "The old record holder, liarnejr Oldfield, himself smashed the mark first, re- ducing it from 53 2-5 to 49.4.5 sec- ondsi Louis did not sufler Oldfield to enjoy his new laurels long, j for soon alter Oldfield's performance Disbrow sent his car whirling around the course in 49.35 seconds. Then j Oldfielri, seeing the track in perfect! condition and trustine in his 300 i horsepower machine, went out to beat- Disbrow's new mark which he did by another wide margin, negoti- ating the distance in 47.91 seconds. v In was ed to bt the final game bcb een Coil Creek and Hosracr in the contest for the Mutz in the football st_r IBS was plared here even ing, the ball oeing faced at 5 o'clock Viter a mo t contested game lasting till darkness stopped tlic resulted in no score again for either and the game n ill he on anm next two teams Hosmer and Loal Lreek ccem to be most bal each contest seems to put extra vim in the-boys of both teams OLD COUNTRY FOOTBALL HAROLD HILTON AGAIN SUFFERED DEFEAT Fred Herreshoff Wen Invitation Tour- nament on National Golf Links Southampton, Sept. Her- of Garden City, won the in- vitation tournament on the course of the National Golf Links of America loday, defeatlajf E. it. Barnes of Englewood, six.up and four to play in the Snal round. The surprise of the day came in the defeat of Harold Hil- ton, of the Royal Liverpool club. Barnes defeated the Briton after one extra hole match. Hilton began by vanning tlie first four holes but there niter he grew wild, frequently find- ing traps. Herreshoff qualified for the final bracket at the expense of Rob- erf. Watson, of West Brook. BASeSALL IN ST. JOHN John, N. B., the greatest hall game ever seen in St. John, the Marathons of this city Sat- urday afternoon, defeated the Lynn team of the N. E. A. league 2 to I, the winning run being scored in the twelfth inniug1. It was a pitchers' tattle all through. ATI CHEW ADI SUGAR TOBACCO r (MILD. SWECT, MELLOW and JUICY by ROCK WTY'TOiACCO CO. Kctbvc Winnipeg London, Sept. following are the results of league football games played this afternoon; First Division Blackburn Rovers 6, Tottenham Hotspur 1. Bradford City 2, Liverpool 0. Chelsea 4. Sheffield United 2. Everion 4, Notts County 0. Manchester City 0, Aston Villa 0. Oldham Athletic 1, Newcastle Un- ited 0, Sheffield Wednesday Middles- borough 1. Sunderland 0, Derby County 2. West Bromwich Albion 1, Manches- ter United 2. Woolwich Arsenal 1, Bohon Wand- erers 2. Second Division Birmingham 0, Wolverhampton U. Blackpool 2, Ayrbury 1. v Bristol City-1, Leicester Fosse 0. Clapton 2, Burnl-ey 0. Glossop 0, Hull City 3. Grimeby- Town 2, Fulham 1.. Huddersfield T. 2. Bradford 0. Notts Forest '1, Stockport County 1. Lincoln City 0, Preston N. E. 0. Leeds City 2, Barasley 0. Southern League Gillingham 0, Queen's P. R. 0. Norwich City 2, Brentford 0. Stoke 1, Northampton 0. Watford 0, West Ham United 2. Southampton 2, Bristol Rovers 2. Coventry C. 1. Brighton and Hove 1. Reading 1, Millwall Athletic 2. Crystal Palace 2, Portsmouth 0. Merthyr T. vs. Exeter, postponed. Argyle 3, Swindon T. 1. Scottish League Alrdrieoniaris 1, Celtic 2. St. Mlrren 0, Hamilton Academicals Kllma-rnock 1, Morton 1. Motherwell 1. Glasgow Ranecra 1. NEW WESTMINSTER AGAIN DEFEATED VANCOUVER WIND-UP GAME OF COAST LA- CROSSE WALL NEXT B C Sept GAMES IN THE BIG LEAGUES Pirates Keep It Up Brooklyn; Sept. took the first game or the. series Brooklyn by (i to 2 today inci- dentally, registered its eleventh straight victory. Both sides hit the ball hard, but Cooper fanned eight men In the pinches, besides being sav- ed by brUllant rieldink, In which Don- lln took lira lead. Doth sides made four hits tho seventh anil got only one run each. They Broke Even' 13oston, Sept. 141 In today's double- header, St. Louis won the first game, 3 to 2, arid Boston the second, 1 1 to ,_ Dicksonis of judgment in last tjjnie of the -eaion an- tue ball -to first 'base.iusteail couver and Westminster at Queens j of honu, iu the Of the Park yesterday afternoon resulted the Minto Cup holders winning be the Jecisjye score gf.'D to -1. The red hirts on up tlie first game cost the locals the contest. The second game fell to Boston, la easy style, the locals hitting Heddiu, St. Louis recruit pitcher, hard. scries with a clear demonstration oi their superiority, but when Giant, Two from ver were leading four goals to ttac New York, Sept. 1 .-New York de- in nut, s a [eated Chicago here todav m'the first at the end 01 tho second quarter it; Qf gcore 5 to 0. Tes- made mam ol thi good ians looU woll his seventh straight game, plexeJ It wis a curious fame Md chicagoalls to three hits; Uestminsttr doing all tho scoring m or "them being' a fluke double by. the first quarter and .Vancouver ilr-. ing til the with one to 'he good, in the third quarter. It was evident that Westminster ill its urn left tor the ilinto Downs. Murray fell while going af- ter-Downs' fly. Only oiie Chicago player'reached third, Tinlter, in the ninth. NewjYprk defeated Richie In the first inning, when they scored- a i e impress- Doyle, Snodgrass' ftf ray s infield out. ualities of ha cup series in1 n th their pre-in condihons t onm all u ill be .1 iv i i ed the cup defending q the cit zens_ Their -ibihh j talh awl their strength at the n-ht moment was stnkmgh lined j Cubs, oflly Mnier made a fine and the last goal of the match was ou 'Doyle in the third, grabbing "itless run on passes to Devore and sacrifice and Mur- In the sixth New York fielded behind Zfmraerman made the characteristic oi their being at test .form their HltLIARD LANG TO DEFEND HIS TITLE Winnipeg Man Sept 16 V bout Lang liis training ill Win- the ball off the right field'fence. A crowd of saw the game. Rain Interferes Philadelphia, Sept, the game here today between the Phillies and CincinniaU 'TV as posctponed oh ac- count of rain. American White Sox Win i Chicago, Sept. 'weak- lor the welterweight championship of ened in the sixth and seventh inn- Canada has been promoted by Tom- ings today and allowed Chicago to mv Burns between Hilliard Lang and bunch enough hits to win the second Wood to he belli in the op-! game of-the series from New York, 4 en air arena, Calgary, the first week l to 1. The-visitors scored on White October. The" iilehtitv oi Wood is "i" bunching hits. rather a mystery to local fans Will probably nipeg: tent, Athletics Outclassed Cleveland, Sept. took nd after the Calgary engage- both halves' Q( frpm his manager, Charlie Conkle, Philadelphia today, 3 and to 2, ivill take him to New York to have the" second game being called at the a tn for the world s title the box first, game. Philadel- phia was completely; ''outplayed in botb battles, Cleveland stealing six bases on Lapp, in the first game. w eltera eight''emi of the fifth inning, because of darkness. Coombs'was driven'from TOM LONGBOAT 'ON HIS WAY TO THE COAST Fort William, Oni...Sept Longboat, the Canadian Indian mara- thoner, and manager, of Toronto, on their to Vancouver, are in the city. Longboat is booked to race A. E. Woods, the English runner on Sep- tember 26. AQUATIC MEN TO TALK CLUB HOUSE A meeting of the L. A. A. will be held in Room 7, Hull Block on Thurs- day evening at It is re- quested that a large attendance ol be present .as a very Vn- portant matter, apropos a club house, will come before the meeting. The following is a list addition- al members secure! since last time published: D. B. Martin, A. Kicas, L. D. W. P. Roy, C. G. Davidson, J. B. Wilkie, W. Kirby, S. C. Patterson, W. C. Marnock, J. Mar- nock, Dr. P. W. Tiillcr, E. A. Cun- niugJmm, E. N. Higinbotliam, C. H. Doe, sr., F; W. Downer, Rev. ilcMil- R. Johnson, E. Noakes, T. H. A. Ripley, A. Perry, R. hl, A. Iliginbolham, n. V. Podgcr, W. Harrison, Geo. Heath, A. Wood, W. Emery, Oco. Beaton. Tigers Seat Senators Detroit, Sept. bases' on balls, two singles and. two .errors gave Detroit three runs in- the first inning today, and defeated Washington 3 to 2. None of Washington's.six hits fig- ured in their scoring. ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEERTlS A WHOLE- SOME PRODUCT OF NATURE. EARTH, SUN AND AIR HAVE SUPPLIED THE IN- GREDIENTS FOR A HEALTHFUL, INVIGOR- ATING DRINK. THE HIGHEST QUALITY OF BARLEY MALT AND HOPS IS USED IN MAKING THIS BEER. WE HAVE A STANDARD THAT INSURES THE HIGHEST DEGREE OF PURITY THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALTING COMPANY LIMITED PHONE 554 FOOTBALL MATCH IN IRELAND TURNED INTO A BLOODY FRAY FOOTBALL MEETING City Football League meet- 4> ing tonight at tbe Arcade at 8.30. 'Important. CHALLENGERS FOR MANN CUP BADLY WALLOPED" Postponed Game St. Louis, Sept. Louis-Bos- ton game postponed on account of wet weather. International Providence Won Both Jersey City, Sept. made a red-hot finish against the 'Skseters by taking both ends of the clouhle-header, 8 to Land 3 to 2. Newark Took Two Sept. won both ends "from Baltimore .today, the first 4 to 1, and the second 3 to 2. MIKE GIBBON OUTCLASSED PHILADELPHIA MCCARTNEY Philadelphia Sept. Gib- bons, of St. Paul, showed so much su- periority over young McCartney, of this city, In their -scheduled sis-round .bout at the National A.C., here today, 'that tho referee stopped the fight. Mc- Cartney.lay helpless on the floor when the gong sounded the end of tho sec- ond 'round. Gibbons hit McCartney where he pleaded nnd had the Phila- delphlun completely at his marcy, .Rochester. Helpless Montreal, Sept.. 15.4-JIontreal best- ed P.ochester. 5 to 2'. bemitt made a honrer with a-man on in; the second, and.Fournier 'repeated in -the seventh, with two McTigue was effective with men on bases.. The defeat about, ended Rochester's last hope to overtake Toronto. Saturday.. Games Toronto defeated Montreal by 12 to 11; Buffalo defeated Rochester 11.-to G. UNI 1 C.U WON PALMA TROPHY -Ottawa, Sept. States won the Palma trophy, with a score of 1720. Canada finished eight points behind. Roth teams heat previous world's -record for eight man at SOO, %0 nnd 1000 yards' ranges. Russell, Ottawa, .made the best scoro, 222 out of 225.. o Northwestern Victoria 9, Seattle Tacoma 3, Vancouver 1. n Sunday. Seattle 5. Victoria' 0. 'Victoria 9, Seattle 7j Portland 10, Spokane 3.' Portland. Spokane. 7. Tacoma 4, -Vancouver 3. WINNIPEG TEAM NEVER HAD A LOOK-IN WITH VANCOUVER AMATEUR CHAMPIONS t Vancouver, B. ,C., Sept. ty-eight to five. This'was the score in.the lacrosse game played at Re-, creation Park yesterday in which tbe C.N7.R. team of Winnipeg made their first effort to wrest the Mann Cup irom tlie present V. A. C. Before going any further, it is well to stale that the visitors' took their as it good sportsmen. Tlie Winnipeggers did not pretend rhampionship qualities, and as they nave not had much first class com- petition in their much may he said to condone their defeat. The ma- jority'of the visiting team were pret- ty stick handlers, but they lacked la- crosse tactics and-.were hopelessly outgenerallcd and outplayed on the field. in goal, seeded dazed during the first, three quarters of play at the fury df the V. A. C. attack, but when he'settled down during the last quarter heXplayed quite a differ- ent game, and single-handed stemmed mauv rushes. SCOTTISH FOOTBALL Glasgow, Sept. the first round of the Glasgow Cup, Clyde de- fated" Queen's ,Park by a score of 4 to 0, and Partick Thistle defeated Third Lanark by 3 goals to 1. Flag Waving Started a Serious Conflict in Which Guns and Stones Were Used .Belfast, Sept. fierce fight was waged in the Celtic Park foot- hall grounds ithis. afternoon in which 60 persons were severely injured, two of them. being in critical conditions. Five of. the injured people are suffer- ing from shot wounds. The fight took, place at half time'in a-ganie in the league series" 'between the Belfast Cel- tic leara. and a team representing Lin- feld The Liufields were leading by a score of J to 0. Some Celtic sup- unfurled a green and white flag and started 'to parade. Linfield partisans displayed the Union Jack. Immediately stones, bricks, and clink- ers were hurled through the air. The police were powerless. Men were seen falling Heeding in all directions. The opposing mobs thousands strong, surged toward the playing pitch, where a regular battle was fought in full view of the spectators in the grand stand. The report of a revolver caused a lull and many left the grounds, but the .stone throwing was soon resum- ed, hotih inside and' outside 'the grounds. More revolver shots were fired but police reinforcement arrived and separated the mobs. Ambulances were summoned and started to revive the injured lying on the field, sonre of whom were in a .shocking state, covered with muod. Altogether 35 persons were taken to the hospitals. PICKED TEAM BEAT CHAMPIONS Toronto, Sept. a cricket match yesterday between the Toronto cricket club, champions ot Canada, and a" picked team repre- senting the other Toronto teams, the latter won by 12S runs. LETHRRIDGE JMAHKKTt A further decline ik-j noticeable In Hie grain prices oh (Jie local market tnila'y, while butter rii'd eggs show, a marked advance with' 'prospects of a further increase. So I Sodium SO 7 1 Ko Noilhun 0 71 Vo I N'oilhun 1 0 OS No I 1 0 17 No 5 v I) 11 No I Ubella Ittd 070 No 2 Alhtrta Heel (I 01 Vo J Albeiti Red No, 4 'Alberta Bed No Allerta Heel Bran per ton Shorts per ton L Oats, per ton, sacked Rolled Oats i. V.g.Ubl..: Potatoes IU. Bcela per Ib I Cariols pei Ib Turnips, per .i. Onions pel it Butter and Egga: Daily butter Cream n butter Lggs fresh _ tattle oh tne rioet: Steers, per pound COWK per pound Cons dressed pear pound Steers, dresKd, per pound Live ftr ewt Dreued owt Hogi Drained ixr Ib Live per Ib Hldel 0 M 0.58 0 19 21 Ot S6.00 HI 00 0 01 ..00 .00.! ____ 0.01 02 to 04 0 'a 0 dS 0 dj 03 10 .11 IN 11M 011 0 OS Green, per IS. Dry Eheop pelt, Mush Poultry: Geese, TurkeyB Live spring chfckehs, per Ib Fowl Dncki O.M to 0.09 to 1.10 to 0.1S 0.25 to 0.75 Oil 01S e.ii WINNIPEG GRAIN PRICES Results Ofit. Tennis Ghampionships Winnipeg Man Sept 16 Ihf market o'nened a little higher but soon saak to tlic level oi Saturday's clow and steadily declined during the half of the morning. The weather is cool and cloudy ov cr tiic greater part ol the west; Oats ind (lax are linn and show upwan't tendencies 1 he receipts are pickmp P MM ible of tire crop coming in.' The total ears mspectiMl were IB, with in sight. Wheat- Get............................. DD 8tf Dec. 56r 'R'l- Oats- 37J Si'l. Dec.......................... Mi 3.13- Oct............................ L59 Cash Prices -Wheat- No. 1 fion No. a Nor................... No. 3 NO. No. 5 No. 6........................... Feed Oats- No. 2 C. No. 3 C. W................... Ex. No. I Feed............ No. 1 Feed No. 2 Feed Barley- No. ,1........................... No. 4........................... Flax-- No. .1 W. M. No. 2 C. No. 3 C. W. Minneapolis :-1S '9.1 84 K -13 4.2 Association Indianapolis Columbus 2, Toledo 3, Louisville L Toledo 7. 0. Minneapolis 3, SI. Paul 1 Sunday Minneapolis S, SI, Paul 0, Toledo 7, Indianapolln 8. Toronto, Sept. games in the Ontario tennis championship were played yesterday afternoon and some good tennis resulted. Robert liaird, of the Tennis club, present holder of the the Ontario title in the singles and winner this year on hi" visit (o the old country of the west Scotland championship defeated R- 'A- Hums, his. cluh-rnatfi and ex-champion of On- tario. Burns three or four years ago, was considered the most brilliant of Canadian players, lie at that tinie defeated some of the cracks, always making a good showing in the inter- national championships. In .the championship singles for the ladies, Miss Moycs, present Canadian champion, beat Miss Fairbairn in a very close and exciting match. Miss Fairbairn was out of the game com- pletely at the first half of the game, hut improved, and has roi'.r.dcd into even better than old form._ A. W. Clobcrt, the ex-French champion, who was expected to play, was unable to come from Montreal, lie was ill early in lite summer, being unuhli1. to lake part in Ihe French tournament. No Americans were entered this year and all players outside of the Toronto club members were defeated ill the early stages. Tlifin: were first class games in the men's doub- les. The-ladies' 'Singles, however, al- tracic.l the biggest gallery when: .Miss Moves and Miss Fairbairn'did a- nvorc brilliantly contested snatch, in some respects, than the'men. Their first game in the first set resulted in a tie scoe of 3-3, which was typical ol'their play throughout. Miss .Fair- bairn won' the first set G-4. Miss Moves won the (list game of the sec- ond set and, fmislied the set C-5 in her favor.- Roth ladies played a driv- ing game way. out from the net.' As the persistent 'exchange's continued Miss Moyes1 steady' nerves seemed to the ascendancy, 'but- Miss j Fairbairn succeeded by brilliant j, (lashes, .in-. holding the champion closely. 'It was five all around at one stage. Miss Moyes' made 'it 11-5 by a i brilliant backhanded half volley ''on' 'tbe nacklinc, ahil'tlw set finished :V-s in favor o( Miss. Moyrs. game was anybody's up.lo.thc j but Miss Moi'cs woii out. li-2. Dec....... (-hicago t 88 fi 89 jj njj I SI13- 88J S3} Scot- 7 Chicago' Wheat Slarkefj Chicago, 111., fc'cpt. and cold weather in the Tffirilnvost today .pushed .wheat prifjes up. Frost -wns reported oil both sides of the boundary line.; Heavy hi sbip- rfents, however, and big receipts had a tendency Jo restrain the s advance. The opening was: unchanged and i higher. December at 9lj..' Iu to fjclUnr. ol- oats becanie aggressive that cereal bulged at the outset -with corn. December, started at t and s j higher- at 32i and j, .and then fnl3 back to 32} cents. LIVERPOOL LIVESTOCK Co, cable loday that prlceij ruling at Blrkenheu'd are 'tho' sameij as Satur- day, 12% to fjionls 'per. :p6und for st.eerfu and Ihere (Iocs not seem 10 bevany.4J 'iiros'p'e'ct of Improvement. ;