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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE HEKALII Friday. September 20. 1012 Al 1. THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOS GAMEAT4O'CLOCK Celebrated Calgary Callies Will Lock Horns Here Tomorrow Afternoon with Local Team in Pro- vincial Champion- ship Tussle OVERSEAS The Calgary Came, by defeating Ilillhursl last'night. cinched the cham- pionship Calgary district, and. therefore, represent thai city in the Bennett Shield-series. Secretary Westley this morniug re- ceives! a wire from Geo. Taylor, sec- retary of the Shield competition, stat- ing that Calgary agreed to 3. Gurr. the local referee, taking charge of the fame, that the Catties had beat-en T1 llillhurst by 2 goals to nil, and the V -winners would leave for Lethbridge at C.30 tonight. v Jimmy Gurr has earned the distinc- ii3 tioii of'.being .one of the best. referees (03 it! the province, and tne game will be Th' in capable hands.. grc The big game is billed for four o'- I'n Ga ret the fident that they have a team that will do honor to the city. There is just a 1 question as to which team will be in the best condition, as the Cullies have had several hard games during tbe lasi 'tew weeks, whereas the locals have had a good rest. The teams will probably line up as follows: Cooper and Mc- Lean: Haig, Strang and 1'etrie: Toull. Xesbilt. Wilson. Williams and Patterson and Home: Caldwell, Whyte and Willetts; Brennan, Thompson. Parker. Liuning and Teunant. The City League are under great ex- peiise in this fixture, and icok to tiu citizens for support. Admission for all adulls will be 25 cents. TORONTO LEADS EVERYWHERE Revolver ami Pistol Cartridges Some people take a lot of care in selecting a revolver or pistol, and then buy any cartridges whatever. No wonder they don't always get good results. There is just as much difference in cartridges as in firearms. Always get Win- SSI Chester make of cartridges and you will have cartridges that an: reliable and uniform in shooting and give max- imum velocity. They cost no more than inferior makes. LOOK FOR TIIS W ON THE BOX. PLAYERS BATTERED UP IN FINAL MANN CUP_CLASH Verily Lacrosse is Some Rough Game 'Peg Outclassed Toronto leads the International Leaguo in runs, hits and extra base i clouts, besides having tho fewest er-j rors on the season, llenco tliolr po- sition at the top of the heap. The figures: Team Batting A. B. R. H. T.B. P. C. Toronto 4672 754 1S7S 1874 .295 Baltimore 4621! 700 1354 1821 .203 Newark 43S1 023 1271 1CS5 .277 Rochester 45S4 GC4 1265 1742 Providence 4li02 CIS 12til 11176 _ liultalo -1502 G5C 123S 1071 .271 Jer City 4512 617 1211 .267 Montreal 4123 607 115-1 1504 .261 Team Fielding P.O. A. E. P.C. GAMES IN THE BIG LEAGUES National Toronto Newark Baltimore Jersey City Buftalo Rochester Montreal Providence Reds Beat Giants Once New York, 'Sept. York lost 'A the arst game to Cincinnati 3 to 1 to- day and the second game of header was called al Ihe end of the ninth with the score 2, to 2. The opening game was Cancijmati's first victory in the Polo grounds this season. Both games were pilcaers' 1731 1S1" 221 .962 i bailies, Suggs besting Tcsreau in the 1849 SCO i lirst game while Mathewson and ,r--n Vii'Froinme held each other to.an even -01' L___I. I___] S5S5 1S27 2W .853 3009 16S1 290 KIL8ANE BEAT O'KEEFE New York, Sepl. Kil- bane, champion featherweight, pointed Eddie O'Keete in 'their ten round boat at .Madison Snuare Garden here tonight. Kilbane weighed pounds and O'Keete Vanderbilt Cup Race Tomorrow LETHBRIDGE CRICKET CLUB HAD ENCOURAGING SEASON Wauwatosa Race Course, Milwaukee _________ _ _ Sept. waiting until nearly _easoni mring to the kindness of the two o'c'ock for fair weather the Pabst i nipm-hpt-a nf tw and Wisconsin trophy race were post- poned uatil Tuesday because ot the wet condition of the course. It was announced, however, that the Vander- bilt race would be ran tomorrow anil the Grand Prix on Monday. The Lethbridge Cricket Club, which was re-organized during the summer, has had a very successful season. Al- though only three matches with out ot town teams were played, there has bran no lack of interest in 'the local fixrarB3 Tue ciui, during tbe past j officer commanding and members of the R. N. W. JI. P., Jiad the privilege of playing on the barracks grounds. year it is hoped that 'the club will have an even more successful season and be able to arrange a long fixture list with out of town teams. Arrangements are being made to lay a concrete pitch in Henderson Park, so that there will be always a good pitch available. That Lethbridge possesses some ex- cellent cricketers is now a well es- iablished fact, and if the club can be this city will occupy a very prominent] 'position in next fall. The 'following are- the bowling and batting averages for the. past sea- son: run of Herzog's single. The fielding of Herzos and batting of Knisely were two features. Bes- cher -was put out of the first game for arguing with Umpire John-stone. A drizzling rain fell throughout both games which were played on a heavy out-1 Held. They Split a Double Boston, Sept. and Pitts- burg shared today's double header, the locals winning the lirst game 7 to 5 and Pittsburg being ahead S to 7 when the second game was called af- ter seven innings on account of dark- ness. Hess kept Pittsburgh lilts scat- tered in the first game while Boston bunched its hits in the fifth aad sev- enth innings off Cooper and Adams respectively; In the second game the hitting by each team was free. Fer- ry's w-ildness helped Boston consider- ably. Rain Caused Fizzles Sett.1.. split evenilwitli'-Broolilyn in the double BAYLEY JUMPS INTO AD WOLGAST'S CLASS All He Wants Is for a 15-Round Bout With Ernie Barrieau Vancouver. Sept. cran- ium seems to be afflicting Joe Bayley these days. Chet Mclntyre was oveii to Victoria to arrange details of a match with the Canadian champion for Ernie Barrieau yesterday, and al- most fell off the wagon when he was met by a demand on the part of Morris Condon. Bayiey's manager, for 50 per cent, of the gross receipts of the game or a flat guarantee of 35500. Baylev has battled for his haul and eggs before today, and it is a cinch thai. It is fear of having 10 return to .that route after he meets the Vancou- ver bey that, prompts him in his ex- cessive demands. Mclntyre and Con- don got together on the weight ques- tion, 133 at 7 o'clock, but all negotia- tions were brought to an end when Condon assumed a Tom Jones pcse and hsked for the earth and the pro- ducts thereof before the bout could be consumated. Fred Hansel ot Ottawa, was fished out of a park fountain at Detroit and his sanity will be inquired into. R. H. Hincks E G. Simuionds A. W. Kings V. P.. Brown n. Carr J. W. Newton T. C. Fryer F. Pott W. Mould J. Harris H. F. Begg H. D. Aitken H. Menzle C. E. Needs .1. A. Rosewarn B. Callan. .O.... header, the locals winning the firs 9 to 6 and Chicago taking the secouc '12'to in six innings. Rain fel' induced to make an early start next I throughout and wet bal there is every indication that I waG-Tespcnisibll'fbr much of the loosi occupy a very prominent piiy in each team figured WMlem Canad" cricket' Sik runs made off Madden in the Western Lanac_ cnCte" j lnilng ot the ?rst game, gave Brook lyi a Chicago Slack from the mound in four in niiigs ci the second game. Afte Reulba'ch had pounded hard In the first inning, Smith held Brooklyn safe. Rain at Quaker City Philadelphia, Sept. gam here today with. St. Louis was prevenl ed by rain. BATTING AVERAGES No. of So. times Most in Innings Not out Innings 4 -1 3 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 n i o o o o Total Runs Average 34.00 G4 5S 37 3S 34 23 3S U 13 17 14 280 117 70 R7 133 55 64 41 65 ol 41; 21 1.li 30 American 2S.OO 23.40 23.33 22.33 li 11.00 j erican league champions lO.Cii games to Cleveland i NEW DATES FOR MINTO CUP GAMES The new dates, for tho .Mlnto Cup game's al New Westmin- ster are Oct. 1 and 5. The first dates announced were Sept. 21 and 2ii; these were changed as they conflicted with fair dates at tho coast. The Cornwall 'team is on Its west now. Vancouver, Sept. score oi 10 to 3 iu the second and fin- al game of the series with the Cana- dian Northern railway tuain ot Win- nipeg' at Recreation Part this morn- ing, the Vancouver Alhk'tic club, Mann Cup holders, captured a most successful defence of.lhu trophy, which represents-the amateur lacrosse cham- pionship o! the Dominion. The cham- pions emerged trom Uiu aeries with the tremendous margin ot -10 goals, the total score 'on the round being '17 to 7. The Winnipeg leant did nol score LETHBRIDGE MARKETS Grain prices on local today sliow a ma-rued advance over recent quotations. Tlwro are no oth- changes to record. No. 1 Northern.......... No. 2 Northern.......... 0-71 No. 3 Northern O.tlS No. 4.................. O-'il No. ii No. 1 Alberta Ued........ 0.71 No. 2 Alberta Heel........ 0.69 No. 3 Alberta lied........ O.BIi No. I Alberta Hod No. B Alberta Hod u.Sl Bran, per (on 21.00 Shorts, per ton.......... 23.00 Oats, per ton, sacked 28.00 Uollod Oats 27.00 CHALLENGERS LEFT HGMEJESTERDAY Cornwall. Sept. Cornwall Lacrosse club lefl loday for the const, n quest of the Miuto Cup. They look vilh them fourteen players, and T. O'Neill, Captain Leonard Johnson', ralner, and J. A. Cokers, of the ex- ecutive. The boys will 'travel in a special car all the way, and should le extremely comfortable on the trip. Arrangements have been made for i 'workout in Winnipeg, where their .rain stops for about three hours, and there will he ample tim-a for practice at Vancouver or New Westminster, as the team arrives there on Monday next, and the first game is not till October 1. Tlte. players are all .in the best of, shape, and had two or three light workouts before leaving. New Potatoes, per HX Becta, per Ib....... Carrola, per Ib...... Turnips, per Wfcions, per Itv............ Butter and Dairy butler this morning till after Hirer uuar- CrcanKry butter let's had been played and Hie V. A. 1-. hail run up a score oi 17 to tl. Then Smith found the net with a long shot 'that should iiavc been easy for Duvis. The cup-holders retrieved the goal a little later, hut with three minutes to go Smith again beat Hie local guardian Witb a shot from even further out. Tile V. A. C. evened up the score direetly after the quarter ended a minute or so later with tin- visitors getting an even break on the Eggs, fresh .......0.01 .....0.02 .....0.02 .....02 to .04 0.25 0.35 0.35 FRIDAY'S GRAIN PRICES I Winnipeg, Sepl. weather is general over Ihe Canadian Wosl. ami consequently the delay' to thresh- Ing operations advanced prices on both wheal mid oals options this morning. American markets were al- so stronger. Oats advanced sharply. Flax was visitors getting an even break on tne fa excellent period, their best showing, in the two wlu, ZIMMERMAN IS EASIEST HITTER Cub Slugger Has No Trouble in Lining Out Long Ma'de 14 Homers Phtaburg; Sept. men are of the opinion that Heinle Zim- merman of the Chicago Cubs is in a class by himself when it comes to free, easy batting of the ball. They declare there is no player In either league who hits 'with the freedom of action that the third baseman does. They add there are men who bat as beavlly at times but not so consist- ently "and gracefully as the Cub in- fielder. His slyte is not imitated by games. Al that, though, the Winni-j peggers were completely ontplaved in the quarter, ami only the brilliant work hy 0. Lloyil kept the V. A. C. score down in this period. Players Hurt Tile game was a much improved ex- hibition over the first game last Sat- urday lor the Wlnnipoegcrs seemed to have profited by their experience. They checked very hard today and there were quite a uuurber oi casu- alities. Gunn had to retire in the sec- ond period with a thumb. Struth has two ribs fractured in the other game so that he has. some- thing to remember the fust Mann Cup series ever held on the coast. "Punch" Hums had to leave the field shortly afterwards with a bad 3 Northern gash on his lisad, for the inflicting of which Tract received a twenty, niiuuto j penalty. Charlie llonoliuc, who was out.of the game with a damaged an- kle received in tile previous game, re- placed Burns. Rogers, of the, Winnipeg club, had his nose broken by a hard crack in a mixup, while on various occasions cash demand for all grades, with firings very limited. Prices were cenls up. Heeeipts light for the time of being IH'i cars inspected and 210 In sight. Opening .and closing prices wore as follows: Open Close 89% SGVi 91'A St'% May............. Oats- October....... December........ October W7 November......-. 1" 1 Closing Cash Prices Wheat- No. 1 Northern......... No: 2 Northern......... New Champs Lost Two Cleveland, Sept. new An neiuer ms atiio is "ui- ions lost IVY her plaver there is no in- here today by ,viti. The following also batted: A. N. McClinton 38; H. Mcllvena 28; J. Lee 17- F Rossiter S; G. V. Butler T; R. A. Smith S: W. H. Ferme R Salt's: W. Dodd 1; B. B. Jones 1: C. C. Shaw 0; H: R. Cooper 0; W. B. Turner 0; A. J. Blsckbnrne O. W. Joyce 13; A. JI. Dowsley 0. signifies not out. BOWLING AVERAGES Overs Maidens Runs Wickets Average A. X. McClinton............'...... I 11. .Mcllvena W. B. Turner-----................ H T. C. Fryer 34 pj _ _.............. (i R. H. Hincks E. G. Simmonds B. Callan.............. F. Pott................. R. Carr C. E. Needs cs 34 1 I) 1 10 1 1 S 0 11 15 47 17 1.25 1.83 1.37 4.27 23 4 1 IF YOU LIKE GOOD CLOTHES Just Lear in niiiuUhis name: "Art Tailoring." It stands for more than you c-aii-jet 1'or your money; a fact thais' worth ro- niembcring. AVhcn we-say Art-Clofln's arc hcti'or than others yon can buy, that, statement's either true or "it isn't. We believe it is i if it is, you ought to buy them. At least you ought to know. It's easy to find out. "ART TAILORED CLOTHES" are sold In Lethbridge. You can get them: and you ought to. You'll find they have 3 certain styling, St and finish moat unusual; that they're very carefully made; that they keep their looks and shape. All this is sure ar.d guaranteed; yet they cost no more than others. J. H. Love, an Expert Filter, will be at our shop until Saturday night Orders given to him will have special attention. THAEL DODD Sixth Street. South Opposite Bank of Montreal 10.25 (scores of 9 to 3, and C to 0. Both s j o j games were -short inning affairs. The first was called at the end of the fifth because of the rain. The second was called at the end of the sixth innings because of darkness. Boston lost the entire series of fo'ur games to Cleveland, the Ural lime this season, losing four consecutive games. Took Advantage of Errors St. Louis. Sept. Ham- ilton struck out 14 men, Washington taking advantage of St. Louis' errors won the final game of the series four lo two. Hushes was effective after lhe first. A Duil Game. Detroit, Sept. wild- ness and errors by his leammales al- lowed Detroit to defeat New York to- lay six to five in a dull game. Ed. Walsh in Old Form Chicago, Sept. double. a passed ball and Kgsa's throw to third gave Chicago the final game of the season with Philadelphia here ten to nothing. Walsh and Houek per- formed in a pitching duel, the latter reliring to allow Coombs to bat for him. Two bite were made off Honck. Walsh struck out eleven men, three of them in a row and lie did not allow a hit until the eighth and ninth when the visitors made three scratch singles. C.57 8.14 10.00 1C.25 4S.OO International Jordan's Nineteenth Homer Toronto. Sept, down cd Rochester in a hard fought game today with a 11 to 10 score. The used up two Hustle twirlers, Hughes la-oting only four in nings for Toronto and was pountlec hard. Three hits, two walks and ai error gave the Leafs six runs in th first inning, .lohnson's and McCon nell's hifting featured. Jordan ha I his 19th hoir-e run of the season. Rixin Interfered Other games in the Internationa I league were Tilted by rain. Northwestern Vancouver 2. Victoria 1. f.pokane 1, 0. Seattle Ii, Portland 2. Association Kansas i.'lly n, Minneapolis St Paul 1. Milwaukee 2. Milwaukee 3, SI. I'oul 1. Indianapolis S, Lollisvillo C. dividual who stands at the plate wift less fear. Pitchers have tried to drive Zim- merman away from the plate by shooting tho first and second balls directly at his head. But not an inch _...J he shrink. Pegging at his head nly has a tendency to arouse his Ire, nd" he steps into the following bend- with more determination. Fearless-at Bat Zimmerman will stand at the plate nd dodge a wildly thrown ball close o his head. Then he will walk up n the next ball pitched and swing iciously to show the opposing pitch- r that he has not scared him a bit. 'hat is a common occurrence with lim. Zimmerman 'wields a bat easier hail any other man in the game, and le can swing it faster. He does not :hange his motion of meeting the ball at any time, halting a slow, fast and curve hall with the same swing. He can do this because he is an excellent udge of speed, as he fans demonstrat- ed time and again when the twirlers endeavor.to baffle him with a slow- twister. What makes his work at the plale so graceful is the fact that he does not swing the bat with a stiff arm as most players do. There Is absolutely no jerk in his action of .lilting, and -therein lies his success. All Pitchers Alike Zimmerman bats into left, centra and right fields, and is.as successful against right-handed pitchers as he is against left-handers. He has set- long- distance hitting records in three of tbe National league parks. Ho established for himself the dis tinctlon of being the first player lo knock the ball into the left Held bleachers on a fly at the West Side park, Chicago. Early this season lie demonstrated his terrific hitting pow- er when he rapped tho ball inlo tho bleachers in. right field la Pltlsbnrc on a lly. He Is the only one who has done that. It is more remarkable be- cause he Is a right-handed bntter. In 1010, when he was acting as utility I mrni, he sent two drives over the left field fence in Cincinnati and he Is the onlr "nan who ever nccomulishcd ihia Peacock, Fierhcller ami Murray went down with injuries. Peacock, who was left off the-V. A. C. in the previous game, was the star oi today's dis- play. He played a brilliant gan.e and scored no less than eight goals. The attacking division oi the cup holders starred despite the heavy campaign they were subjected lo, while the de- fence played almost perfect lacrosse, holding the challengers helpless. Henry B. Smith, aged 25. formerly of Clinton, Out., who had lost his position In a Rochester N.Y.: store, was found dead with the gas turned on. No. B.....- No. Winter No. 1 No. 2..........-...... No. 3......, No. 2 C. W............. No. 3 C. W......... Ex. No. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed'.. No. 3 Feed............ X'o. 3......... 4......... lejected Feed No. C. W.............. Vo. M C. W............ Condemned Minneapolis Wheat Open September 87Vi December 89% May............ 54% Chicago Wheat September........ Decemb-ar........ 9J.U May (Hi CHEW MAPLE SUGAR TOBACCO MILD, SWEET, MELLOW and JUICY Manufactured by ROCK CITY TOBACCO CO. Quebec Wlnnipe SOVi 4f> 40 40 CHICAGO WHEAT MARKET Chicago, Sept. weather in ihe northwest today, strengthened the wheat, It was thought harvest in Canada would he de- layed, and the crop movement this side of Ihe International boundary in- terfered with. Besides, Paris report- ed French millers buying freely and u scarcity of good offers.v Tire opening was Ihe same as last night to higher. December at niV4 to 91-Ni, a gain of to and rose to Oats tightened, owieg lo the fact that shippers have not yet received deliveries on Ibis 'month's contracts. December started a shade off to a shade up, at 32% to and climbed to ;