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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 2, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Still arvStkr Nbthwithslanding Hdyi^g Si&i Some Forty Siiinmers Ptn iStHft \4pf n,' 1.-The, oomposjji^; Wruto^^lf^CSilS'ta a-younger maft UiiB" tfny ifc^BeJdWtf^nTol thp^City of flttf-; Durf! mf^^he 'bK^eball diamond in jaais ^^feojOld telJoTS ar� gradually iiroHpmi^j';^ilt;'ifid' the .youn;g-bloo4via i>BllwslJK*^,em'not'ta accordance with auy'a5:�W'l>oll'|^ ors are; never dropped from the lostkr mWely because they arc oldi TJiSj cgiiibinattoii, ot Clarke-Wasuert , I^ijiph ^tchey that ^as looked upon japf oao\y 'the most formidable in or-Kaiuici^,i�9eba;U was first broken up whi'ii Claude 'Rit�bfiy ivas let out ,';qi�rko#as,ne$t. tfr. gg, .through aelf-dUm'nation^^ajiddast summer a third ^.^flpbefof^tlie'quartette in the persbii yh irdi' it s hisl^i;;  Tjiqru Is nothin-; m hii liii' advi ibili'> > his retire-'-' inQiit from tli" gaint TI i.* ;say hetj^i alQirln^ up and parhups 1if> tn, but he cip hIoa up a iTPut (i^iil more and Btiiti Iq OQB uX the world h ^laiitest'bali| plB^prr .Ihn ijimu bai- not .produceil^ ^ Ills A^nai llB IS a perfect baseball v'clopsad up this yi'ir if (Arl.4nd{oa^; ' i^tfons count for anithmi.' Wagner^fs; lljo Wajsnor of, 181J his cpriag. and r 'thcrft'n no ^ellin^ hovr inaii) inarejaiet^! saw Tao \tiU bo sJaiins-tha moat am-position oil thi> dIamoncL rN^^p^^ Vholhas watched lum l'ira3|;hqti};/!|ig} 'njarvslpilB'earner would hazaf^^H 'tbnt;tbls-�m b�>'naRni>rH \kleWeimi �*jflaj]'B yratmtr will bn n>^bi^�^ U^inif'Bls^y'cCb o''^tbe ba�e Mia ida ^;P49ta]a|-^�6,vn'.fences with -^0^1 u}j[i>S9.ttiiB avpinrar as of ^orc HewiU rilQnlDS wild on ithe pathfi Hp ��| * UqU9 "to fa'o \i terror to pitchqiM Idat or Qvan Aqtcrtcan yout^^ffi mVl?rll 1.-Miner Brown, whose wondortttl pitching Uqlped" tf-.c Cubs t(B. win pennants and world's ohampIonshlt>a,'Is Just now providing one of lh� most Interesting cases In 'hi8K''y Brown apparently recov-soredifyom the.(ln;|iy:y^gp;th�,t ho ,could walk and run withoijt a limp, he found ^that when he t^ied-ioipitch It was 1% posslble to get � the proper stride in delivering the bail to the batsmaa-He could not put what is called the filial spap on the ball just as itioifthtB hand,'for the important reason that he ooufd not bear^hls full weight on his left foot. The famouB pit'oher's purVes were alt there and his, i^onderful speed had Aot been diminished, yet; hla weakened kp:ee made it 'iifiposslble for Brpwn to put ..the old: bddy: swing Ipto the delivery, which" had* made lilm a terror tb'* believe in all hwest sporte QonftuQted 6y ajport lov^s,^a8^d}B-Ungulshed irpm "sporta'^'-'  We believe tu tioxinlr and' figbt-iner, conducted so that^tlis iqain issue is not money. We believe in amateiu*. Bporta heing preserved hy someoiie Instead of for someone. ^ We believe in baseball as/a aport and laclc~faithft as,an amusement enierprlap,^ , We beliiave - in." lipostlng; .wr6p^>.l5.wo'TBe than knocking, the 'fighf;, We'helieve fi^enijeg^pj; but Jn-sist that a frton^;}^ ifi^i^ebpe we  arei ji^rlUing .to do�tb rod$i: ID iiQwiliTiqr QP tfi� b'tl'dpig 'vrJIl'baJ d$fny,ivjr�T�ry rabpcof, an I goUerji I }iavo',ihe oppoftunl^ to retrtjtlli; nulreg alt"r a bard day % ontiw on the Hnks. hy 'hot aad cold bailisi j)�r{iasB a piungu ^1 tftbOL'recent meeting of il-e dub ^3 deoldnd, aa �pll as the en iifilsH o{ ibei.ineRiberBh|p froni 350 icf SOC'^njeiuTjerB F C \jo*ch was Qaen �Rjita\p of the club tor tha hea ] And C W Hague -vlrn^mptaliS earingi down ilio qrandblaud and bleac]l)er& waa bnpiiii I'h' timber H^b ^ep bought by a �onatrucHbn. llrm^/and' \ill l>o uspd for I oringjUosn^o^S) m th� bulldlnr o' tho city's .sub-'-Wav sybrcni 'Thi ti uns'wlil :P}ay.'on the Pqlo Oroiindi th^jlhgw^ioffA^fit^ Gliin*i>, this jijir N'uVt spring a neV park, nc'ir the Ilarloin river, aov/ un der LDnatifuctloi. w'll.'lheT'rea^.' ' , J CALGARY'S CRACK QOWLEr' 16 QOING-'TO'i'TOLEbO I- - : Jim Mitchaii ImpressedtOverlands^aricI They Want Kim for-Roohestap , Tourney, ' Calsa iVoBiprn Qanadft'a premier bo\iler, '-B^ nlgnt rpo-I� d a ^wItq txpiii Toledo Ol m, n-h�i - Mlm^i';^^^; 4k)ej}'*.l>e Tfpujd- liQ,alj^d'to Jo^''�dpioyetiaid' team, wh'ch "'bt taa world's touTno-ment noah'.; leioid a,t;J^tfeV,flafll^nalv cpftgreBB this J par 'o^SW p\f rlfepd tcani'lB gowg after tit^S^^pmQn^y at t"'' RoLhcBter lourfla^^t^'i^^It-' cball "nudi suuli a sog^lnpresai^n^ W^ieu Jie wa4 in 1 Dle^c^li|;^fit be was eele'ctVd om a' the ihOjla^n^t^df bow-ler^'pfeflsnt at tfie to^rhey to �ct as fifth man on tnr tBaib.^^^> ..Vacancy on t!:� t am ^^as caiiaed^Jhy tjTe fa|t~ Ihiir X^ktiiibjtre v^hose place ho tal^es 1� Jliaa'Lall pli> cr cn,i))e Tpls^q.ASn-erii{in'a>-Boci4tloo ip.nn. /'' mm ^iKansas X!lty,'-''^p;�.'Aprir'l.--Frank Gofch _-(f;etained>-.;hiB^'�'upr^macy as Wieptlirigvjbaiii^n .'off^the] world to-i night, ^d^featlns*"iG|Cff'ge Tiurlch, of Rnssia,;in"two '^tr^CTt^falls. Gotch gaine4.hia'tlr;it faU-"wIth an'arm and toe-',hoid'.in''';f.9pli;l|.0(lec.-, and the seoopa Ih.BhjJjj.^3^ ^s?c. ' ATHL^TICSf PHILLIES' Rii^rwlt Piteher 9hw HI? ?0pppnant8 \-f0Mt in Fllp8t::j.Barin6L;f9rii,er;-^of. tbe qltyj fihapipJipBBhIp hsre^thlft aj^ernopn, and the'tornjer world's cbii^V'ons won Ijyi the ^dore of 8ftij O*; tWj^iatoff, -a recruit, :pitchedlfo^4be AmeHonB, ^nd allowed.l)ui,elx "ijit?:. 'aooi-e;!- . .^erI Batteries:'�vyypkQff aAd E^aps; Tay loi* and Howjey-and Latonge. ' '"'A^AYOK __ _ * f^'Y"'^i^i'jfWj!*''"' fine ];Ia.yana IcnaVn in tli� 'lavajiaa: ",. . He'8"fotfn4 ope "of the,' m^iH^m tags we ^ are ?-EHj4?�f'� ",l?lpr48Cl�5m" 'C4�ir> His cigAK^sn will ^ thatta^foif**./ Clara," Wei Op^TiUNGTiME is clothes O .'tinje-'-ahH' all th;at is new and good is^^shown in the -Semi-ready -Qdrm^nts shown. We^want you",t^s!"see these-to lo&k upon iVas a; Fashion Expo�ition, with no charge-nor-a'a'jr'obligation to'buy when you copie o^i icijee and to know. Wc* take pride in print, showing Semi-ready Clothest \ * m Semi-Rfady Store ,/.te^ai?vB�i;^MP*^5.TaNiGiif,.:, The deferred will come*'off' be remamberedj cause of the bad The bpat has be htfeMP?lM^^o�^V iturnas and Mllmv ViPfTf -to�}g^%tMlfe^Tife ,:i}put.was formally bJUea,, it;vM jdK to ^nj�i^o||.a;f;ii!;e6lc';f^Sf>SJit a^W BMnSSes ft:ow EeJky, tp njWt^eMnllV ^'ft'^WSP^ey^'OA^bls opponent, for thp bpostlngpf ifg^'the ivay thtit will prove ipoat PeH^floJal to big sum oP|#y:;inv|ste;d in-BOWiit^g . Mr, W V, Tbompsogjubowfin^'Rllieilinl game th^ in any other Indoor espert. vi,,ho laid'the a, ., used at the American b^wl^g^con^E recently held at Tolft0,/li?>redlted �vyltb giving out Bom^ jgter^ej^ln^ flgj ures on the Immense anouStiOf nioney spent on the popular gai40^*o^"n? Mr, Thompson says; ^i'i At f! "There are hut few who.)�Bow jvhat lmprDve,ments bave beejfma^e pp bow the interest has increaae-d/in the Mast ten years. Reports reoeive.djf^rom. the bowling omoiala and cvirnera show that ther"*"-^""'"'' Bppi^ wblph forbodea that the game 'SylllijeCeverlaBtIng, jao'\yling is not oi^ly the oldest and moafe. popular indoor sport, ;but-as thel aUejra and equiproenr are continually tie'ing Improved, the game Ib beQom^ng very: sclentlflo. Still, Ithere is just enough luck connected With howling :J;o make' It 'particularly faaclnating, Thfe''uncertp,lnty of the game , alone ^mttKee It popular TJie Tojedo event ,a;^�5e,ptly marks the thirteenth A, B, 0. ' loiifnament, ^ ,and , the entrjr^ urtb^t ai 8B0 buildings, 'rooms a.-^d HLoret li' | proie^ - mt the Interest la Increafllnft ,t,b^ United States and Lannda pttuplcd I ' , . . .---,-l^i^ by.bowHpg alleys, an upraea pt foiii fijlpya to eacbi place, which gives aj 'total of 85,000,bowline ^rlve^- ; J . -At a 'ipw estlmfita luwc -iS �oo- i '��,OOQ,000 invested, jsn^ ff the alloy* average tiut fS.QO. the ilail} teceipta for bpwiinK w'oi^ld 'be $34^0,000;'thlk]tlie .nnp�?t Jnvcatsdl ''>Ie- and nwc8iR?Ey mpfp money inveiited^lif^g^ej'tjfl^j-j LuA'V^'"'fensl Them in tKe '/Draw "for Same-Face ' Hard task . s, >$w^;;*ilr-oric,' jApijH - i.^gom* time ago,'the-ijroajji^t^ of bringing b�lok tbe'4^o,teff,&]3o(xrf *5=csui> 'Irdphy.' nof held by J^rtijt.BrUAlff. to'tbla country weT,e partl'culfirjy rosy, but recent hap||enli}ir�'' ^ have v occurred whioh [make 'Amerlptin.te&ntB enthuslaatB a bit Cf CejjtTcSiK  'AAffrloa ;w'lll haVe & hardflfellt on. It's hands, as the sltua-tloij_ here ^'is'complicated by the ref sulCRiJ^a fWfifdiiavj'JtnsB. The �re^' SkUlt^l-pf tbfe'drawing and their dates cow* as �:1Ji(f6dla^po}ntmeht to American tenflilB^^je^fi.  The irio'st. perplexing problem li, tha|\Uie'VepreB(ih1i*ilveB of the Utf llfld-States';will ;�eet Australia In the lireUnilnarl^a.', These matches Fill,-Mliig, itbpether what; appears at the present moment, the two stron^i estv^challettgerS'Trtbe Uplted States aqd Autiirilla.' The winner of this swJes wjlU then' be called upon to ineet; the > wlnne^r'of the Germany-Fraioo: series;'jTheirefore, in the top rpw|,if,the draw are tile four strong-eat vteaihs^acfcordtng to the opinion of tennis- experts. Jn the bottom, half BeJ^yipi! !whi^; dri^W ��ibye;;v^ meet the'^winner 6fwthe> panada'Soutb Af-TleaJ^isgrlei^..'; � - ';If.; tljb .^weTloans are� pble^ tp'^eome out suooesifully in the to]j balf. tbelr^ effortB. wJH have been taxed.'i'to vthe :eHijsme;^iaB. tTie three^ S�r#*iVlll be har^ ones, thus giving Bn8la,nd;a: considerable advantage for the.'fls^f rpund/^' j, V.l., ..... RED HOT BOWLING :?AT"Y''iTOURNEY ..^....... , Ttfe bpv^Ung'tourney at the y. M, 0. Ai" Ip (W^enJiJithPt ^ge npw; s^lth Oarberry/'Md-Mollyea' leading, with two&victprlesiandV no defeats. Last nlgji|Ypuipg'and/ Nicholson defeated; Long and-Hayter. , The winners of :.1Ji^eii^bo^T.'TV;ere;5|�; Dudnf;�rid-ClarK)|, who next tcok a jajVput^p'f Tyohg wid Haytef. "Buijtonlift, �I'Shd^'ttioe went after cVll^gnd-JohnKjon � in" the fourth' pame^^of ".tho'/.evenlng, ai{d trimmed (^TO]|ji^.^�C^)f fle^^^iiTofcnBtbn^: made; a'ijran^'cojmoibaofe perfpt-mance In the . No "t&m baa -a *clnob on the Cham-JpIi'�l llk&ly be the eiid j^S^RfNO 3 PRACTICE GAMES >'.T^|tpJ,^de�eaJad.v Macon, 11 to 0' y.e^Jp.�d|�y0ftm'BPKaJa;!WPfl: f roni, Bps^ ton,�jTatiohal8, 9S'8r ,Hi�;VW!yfladrt>!iiHn bla throwing, ^, Ana'�4Vrpr wfthLtpe Btlok; ''>I*�?#1^FM'�k worth,knowing, ^ ' %ver,y trlokJ 8. was heady Ibalde ball, ' Jlwa'a ready, v.; t;dp>at�}l. i0^i5*f'ork defonslye ^ ds>^,lpt of.prljBigJfs,^ > Jn^|9%ej5Plnt�|^tn^^^ -Tbp njMtl|p�;of,,th6, city foot,bair lea'gue';t Mp. i Northern BS' :N0:'r6!, Northetn'H: ;v'VP ':^;68 �: No. ,1 Red............"68 No. 3 Red (5B No. 3 Red .. .. i,., ., .. 61 No. 4 Red .. ..... ... 68 Alfalfa, No. 3, per ton ....., 9.00 Prairie ... ...... lliOO � � fPer ton' .7n.i..,..,?19-P0 21.00 Oats ..........................w.......ao.OO Rolled Oats 2im .prices,paid Karmwf ; Bran ....... Shorts .... . Poultry-Chickens, drqpjjed..................; -18 Chickens, live .ISJ Turkeys, diessed .............23 .20 .19 .19 .30 .29 .33 .07J .10 .06 .07 .13 .08 .11 Turkeys, I live pees?, live Ducks, live EgRS................ Butter, dairy ..... Butter, creamery Live Stock- HOg.s, liva ..........., Hogtf. dressed Mutton, live......... Mutton, dressed ........,............ �� Cattle- ,: v;  ' Steers,' live .........i......; Steers, dressed-....... Cowsi live Cows, dressed ,.....,.,..,.;*, Produce- ...':,', ">"-'�''- " No, -,2--Nor. ,...,,..,.,...v,..^......v..,,,,,, No. 8 Npr............... ,i. . No. 4 Not............r...... No.; B Nor. Fee'd^..,.,., ' ;  Winter Wheat-No,! .......... No.'2 ............{............. No. 3................................ No- .4........., ..................  Oats- . , No. 2 -C. ,W.. ............... Ex. mil Feed No. J Feed No. JZ^ feci ',.", Barley-. - .� ,Noi ,3,', r..;..;,.;;,'...,,.,;^^ Np. 4 ..,,,, ,w'i.....v,,.,f .'......... ' r Close \ 80 * 881-87 3Sf l.OB* l.llfr 1.1 'ft-m- 75* 73i ^074. 59 '  X "^ 8?F 831-' 802- .31 i 32 , 31 ; .27 Feed :Wheat May my i.�'��.:*,'?Vi�,��.�,^,* in*. 2 ;