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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta mday^ April 4> 1913 ST'-, Tnrilling Experifiice of Baseball Team Tfaining in Devastated Part of Southern States-Reach Saf^y After PerOous Ride,Over Inundated Railroad m ^!|it.' Xiodis, aio, , April 3.-After a tefej|bt sid. a diyol' perils, seen and Miaieen, OhJcaiso's Cubs reached St. t^fmytBr:safely; at 6:30 o'clock last gft^ghtr.oD their way to Kansas City >v'p|i'5Si)Bdience to thexomitoand of tte^ j^ng aistance manager, C. Webb Mtir- .!J>4k|'fjb)^fte�^h tihean if^ould'collapse like a rfWtutated sponge'and' plttnge them in-sstpoS^fteen or twenty feet of flood t;^^on| a.,high Jpot >vrithin. sikht; y that it is "oVer they are glad 'S^Jtoliave escaped With their lives, hut |ppii';fdr t}l^.^BJ^ids 0^.4^ 4*jBn6 of them -Brill'forget thi ftsperi-i|!^ra^tpsUs,^ying;;day;^:^d:i^ of :^#f,Pubs Tfho may have.them, will ��peyit ion of teUiiig tjieir graadchil-jireiSiitirtlie mfdaghtlrld^idf!OSojams � ��gmeV rpirot . ana" Patier ;^�i*fjlST^e;;; so;^fl�((ply iBiniierged , � #h^f^^hefe^ the secotid V :':P�p� .pf;thP;41which might derail i.^^ THE ATHLETlbs DEl�EATED NA TIONAL LEAQU5 PHIUUE8 FOR THIRD TIME Mi" stretch. the water never was lower than the oar iSteps. Oyer another, imt shorter stretch, there poured a shallower current strong enough to wash anything: 1�uf the heaviest roadbed into the drink. Over Uite troaciier-oos golngi "Without knewioff if the I'rails were In place twenty yards aheadi "Casey Jones" hauled tk train of elevan cars, nine of them heavy Pullmans, densely populated. . .Strain ToOv Much for Women Several women on the train became hysterical istidertlis long, fr.> ji-ful. strain.: There wag no sleep for anjr one. > A' fe^ men removed their .shoes to -be ready for a long swim tnto 'the darkness if necessary, hut the Gubs; went* through it grimly, wlth^att occasional BmUe or half jest. uJThey: went through it to satisfy the whlniiofva young Napoleon of finance to whom baseball players are mere pupp'i'eBvi:to,whom basabaU Is a mint for'stamping oiit fresh coin, Like so much:; merchandise, pari of It so heavily tnstu�d as ^protect him from the |oss>"6fr more;"'than ^ season's profits, this man. sent players into dangers of whlcli h�"itn8W nothing. ' , T|�agiia team here today, iy the More of 5 to 1. ; PennooSr, who pitched for the Americans, was hit freely,: but mapaged to -.keep his hUs scattered, Collins' three lilts figured in the scoring of three of the American runs. The score: v. � ..i-,.-AmOTioans .. ..- .. i... 5.11 0 Nationals .... ,,111 2 Batteries: Fennoclt . and Dgan; Brennan, Seaton and Dooln, WLiE MR IN ^ We stnply A�(w you the samplet, tyke yoflf; mmurementt, learn yottr pefBope}; preferences. You get the slyle of clothes want, made frwh tlie fabric yw want, in the way you want. ... '� 5 It is worthi while loinking inlOi isn't it.? v.v./^ �� ' " Quebec, April 3.-In .a wrestling match, here tonight between Charles' Cutter, of Chicago, and ^laymond Cas-�aux, the French champion, t{ie former won in two straight fall^. The first fall was taken In 22 and the second In 8 minutes. SMITH AND MoCA'RTY � MAY MEET IN MAY McCarty Backs Down In Demand for $10,000, and Will Take on Gunboat New Tovk. April 4.-^uaiboiit Smith and Lather MoCarty were tentatively matched here today to box ten rounds in Madison Square Garden early In May. /:.".-v...^ . ,lt is stated that McGarty has given his manaiter, Billy MoCarney orders to Tsaok down in his demands for I $10,000, and cinch the 'match with Smith. The: men are expected tp sign articles at once. $15 to $35 RIDPATH 315 6th Streets., Lethfaindge ABE ftttL SCORES  limi VICT BROOKLYN BEAT WASHINGTON ' Washington, April 3,-Th� Brook-'lyn Nationals defeated t^e Washington Americans In slow game here to-day. 6 to 2.  m DEFEATED JII^MY WAUSH^-ABE ' ONLY UACHS ONE FEATURg OF BEST DAYS -  New York, April 3.-Ahe Attell. the former h^ntamwelght champion, Out-' pointed O'lminy .-.Walsh, of Boston, In their elgfit-roun^^Wut here tonight-The former" champioii's shoiMng w>s a snrprlse, "as-jS^'.^aa wlthih'a shade iA his 'old-ll&e'"q.Tatokpes8 and clever-iiss. Ab'out'tti^^niy thing lacking wis a. ifttl^of-thlaieam whicE usdd to^ibfc behind? hlbyfc Gifeat Race Replete With Ita (;haracteri4tic8-f'N$wly All Liverpool, ApHl 4.-TPhe graqd hft,^ ttonal BtoepleijliMe, thfe derBy of sorweigna, im ovBiS ftbont tow mUek ftnd a .mt, At. Alatree;':5^ai won td-day by Sir Oiirlefi AShiton Binith's sevon-year-oldv bay cjidifsei Co*^^^ wh^6B.started at 106' tfr 9,i ' ;  �' Weill Mail, �t4rtlpk at 25 to 1, WM Mcon^aiatl Mr. IfVUdenburg's' Oarigia^, r^artlng at ipo, to &ij�a:B third, i'he ^fflbld^ nnmbered ivjtwentjr-twb bpt only tttreev flnifljtied, .Ti(o race waaa ohap-tw. of; aoAidants, the American: horS6, Slfthferldge falling early and" most bit tKft; Held following siilt. In this rea-jpSbkiSe race redalled: the disastrous experience ot tWo yettra ago when ihav^irlhnw alpnej Ql^abldfe; kaid rndt fSllen....... ........".,. .' f- ; '!^|^' they a .Wrtt' - the" .pbstfter th? ^rf|; n^^^ijBjoWpipe, led tQlIow_ed by BiMlyKa^^l#;a)dd-C already apprecl|,bry'\tfilnned,,'. lottse liprflfs taWiig tlfe jumps:aniiii~ in .more: :qbyOT|ng?|aumes8ly.vh:^ %i|nt ilia^ tr wilB"*y' distance- ' C'ar9iy"'was' secolii "at ^IB ;*oitxt,-^b\it yiijlbly tjrtp^,, ind he b'lundisred and camp do^^ttiit the. IfSt JymPr^ben iHsb^^ail piss^'d him. Carsey Third . Eemounted, Ofirspy fliaished : for llhlrd money. No othpr Wmpelitqr completed the course.; Tjie tjo&plefe (Slstfoftaliso-RanSi is'as f'pUhwaSBlMdv Mlri^* Meiamah r^la�jfc,:'Bi^^^ PflMl^KNT WIUSON TO  ^ '/V THRpW FIRST BALL- ' Wji�hlnaion. April 3.-Prealdent yUWm will, throw the first ba atKhV '0Btnln9''fl�m� here April 10. vfm hive n his pooket �t enlfrtveHi frBw Bill Johnson, en- ariy'iian\e i,et>f|ien'Amarlcan Laa- *-Thttthe ^*t pass or c#'#ny dhar^eleR� No. 2 Northern .� >.rv No. 3 Northern i, No. 4 Northern .. No. B Northern .. . No. 1-Re'd .. ..' No. 2 Red i. �� .. No. 3 ked........ No. 4 Red.......4 Alfalfa, No. Zj per ton Prairie............. 69 66 .... 6i:)!^ . BS .'. 9.00 , ilji)0,' Per ton Bran $10:00 Shorts......* 21.00 Oats 20.00 Rolled Oats 21.00 Roy Sutherlana'President--New GTOiindsB^hifi^ Secured for lurts Y.-wi Ot% t�fnnl8 club organ-Ised^for'tfi'P'B^asou last evening, and k. ^utfeij-Jand^was eleotsd-president!-' �{.McOfeidJr, vice-president; . The membership feelhas bpen fixed at mo, and "Oie " desirous of seWlri�f;?6tVeett' thirty and forty ;keS?;b& "pewpn's holding Y, M. 0^��it|�*^arshio car^ds. toeing ellglb e �^o iqVMSH" the way Is Bia3r'-4y%: iP"roBpect4;ie te,mil8 tilayw^'wiq fib not hold Y..M- p- A. hards, by''buying a summer membership caVd lii:ttie.T. M. C. A. at $2.00, Jhe stlrianier;ear^-covering the entire tetinls 'season. ; . hfe'w Grounds The :.-.:.^.V:;':v^V,.,36^.:^ Flax- my"... .,:;v.;:Vlij':...v'. ^JUly -Il3^'"i October . .� .�..�,v..\;-;^... -: � � � Closing Cash Prices Wheat- .�'=�:.":.,^::,�..�...^.:>.��.^�v���:�.. �.�'.'a,- . No. 1 'Northern-;..: Zi%. No. 2 Northern .... \\ vv 86% No. 3 Northern .... .. .. .. 82% No. 4 ... ... ... 79% No, B*......... ... ... 74% ^o. 6.................. 68% feed.................. B0V4 Winter Wheat- atth^ 2 M's $ie.50 'cy^^^^i^&i- $12.75 $14.75 $15.75 $17.75 $19.75 $2i75 $ .95 SI^Wma^ UND^llNt^^lN HIS EFFORTS TO,',SECURE a � . RACE '. ' . $18.00 StTITSkii/i'it-Reforin and Pro ' gress Brfni'd9.� . ' . _ ' SATUR.DAY- ' $20.00-Fr^-RipilPEM'Suits in l)liae serge . ' Tweeds, and falnoy Worsteds. ' - SATTJRBAY- $32.00 EIT-EEB'ORM and SOCIETY ' Brand-Suits'^ - ' � ' ' ^ SATURDAY- ,.$25.00 TIT-BEI'ORM AlfD SOCIETY Brand Quits'. . ' _ > SATURDAY- >[ Jj. SYSTEM, OT-REI'ORM and cTM-ii;. ' SOCIETY brand'Suits SATURDAY-^ shapes, Beg alar SATURDAY- ?6ine aM se^ What's Doing London, April 3.-^'ir Thomas Upton,^ umdatimed by^tJlg, rrefusal of thel New ^Ybrfe; Yacht :;CII�bf4tpi^ ' cpn^itions he propoledlli.Mi recent cha lengp|for, the"f.:^ertba;fcupV ha^^^ decided, according to. Jh� Bvenlng News,.tio isstie;an-.tiScondltloiiJal/clial' lenge.. v_ , ".. air Thpnia�iLiptirday)'afternoon, at 8 b'olbfik at Jhb.clubsygrouo^s S^u^Sj .JflAihletlc Park, H^. F\fth st-reet South. " The'jQlltfWnjr programme TtlW ijo shot off: Byeiit 1, 10 bird?; ^, IBblras; 3, SIS hii-ii i.j!lj^v.64th�r;5tr^et �'^^^^ avenue Podth'!WPUld.a>a available, through the cpui;|!^sy of St. Auguslla's church, the pron|leto^ i>f the^ground. aJt jg,-^Qajlbleto.^^-,^^ on tWfl-Vliieoe of,- ground, three^ in pney ,|l5�otio9>Ai^^^^^ one.:in the other. .yhe:'|ie^,yocaj; across from, the fltp^ courts and; almosf as convenient to ttie. Y. M. C. A. : ,vTo Bppit'the Qams (�rhe.y.J^f, .q...,A,, tennis .club.-has been. in' exis^eicft .for, two years .past *nd has ^lee^ *yery successful in its .pIforts,;hi;t'Jit,'l8'theiaim Qt theftcluh this year to^ make/It a digger ,and better dlnb by,far^thfin hitherto, and i^ l�f;aUog^tfier-llkply that thc:'fS,lr'- sex win ^e asked to Join in the ^sme with i{e tioyai'MThis will; hQwever, be left othVdlBoretloh of the mem^Srs later on. ' � , j-fO'RourKcs's sensaUonai iplaylog; 8 the third base ppsttl'on for Buffalo, :h|iBidj?B0lve^ the sea;df.>strouWe which,"? tl^9:'^Bufl|alo club... .'iimagiried Itsolf-,.' 1^0. 1 No. S No.' 4 Oa*8-t ,� No. 2- C. W. .............. No.. S C.'W. ..: ......'.. i3x. No. '1 iFeed . V. v..... - No. 1 li'eed......:....... No. 2 Feed :.. ... ... ... . Barley-. � . .. N0.-3 ...-^......-....., - No. 4 ....... .. Rejected ... ...�;,>.*.;� ' Fee'd.................. Flax- No, 1 N. W.C. .. .. Mlnne�polts Wheat May .............. 86% -July .. September Chicago Wheat . Vav............. . July......"90% September .... ..... 90% 90V& 87% 8B , 82 .J- ���� - -v.-f 33% 31% 32% 31% 37% 48% 47% 41% 4a% 112% 86% 89 91^j 90% 90%. BARNSLEY AN EASY VICTORY London, April 4.-Barnsley swamped, Bradford, in a second division {postponed game today, by the score of i, to nil.  � � ...^.-..-'..'./.-'.-.'vv...'.^ WALLACE CAN'T PLAY London, April 4.-r-C,. Wallace, of Afton Villa/ Bngla;nd4ii outijl^^isyrJjBjxfi-will be unable to play^it!|hi>,:;)*teir9#:^ tlopal on Saturday ft^^nst-^pt .in4.' at Chelsea, :�nd Jt'r3.lttpi|oi,x^o^^^^^ �l^tupn; borers,. haBVb9�]atlj6l'-4,7.^60'=.*-f, � 6460 ;