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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta S^ctkvv Al^i'U 5> 1913 rHE LETHBRID6E DAILY HERALD ' , GlrAi^i And^rovlstonft R&d wh&t identloal in pries -with, Northerkv . . , 3.trattt&^''ieSj" grpen oalons, celai-y, and tbirsftwlaft have been added to Ihtf ' ^Erldeaisaid faraers: ',/i^t:memm .,...... . lSf........, 58 ;'K�;SS'';Nqrtlie!m... .. .. 53. No. 2 Hod................ 68 v:Noss;i�ed'.;-. ..V v., es^ -Red .... ;.. .. ....... 58 Alfalfaj No. Z, per ton .. .. 9.00 Pr'^lrie i;. .U ............. 11.00 ; " Per ton, Btini .-..U8.00 ai.00 Oats,............j RclUed Oats.........,.......�; ai.ooi' Chiokona, dressed'...:...r..........18 .15 ;;:iruiiJ*ySil^j;(^Bed ;.;4Vj..,.........22 Tutkoys, live; . .20 QviM.lUa,..............m........M DuPks, live................. ,18 Butter, dairy, .....,..,...,..,....,.....'M4a.,- April B.-r-The caiili prices todtiy were: . - Wl^'eat: ' Gtoea Nor'l. Northern.............. 88% No.', 2.,Nortijem............... 86% No. 3;. Ndrthiem .........;...,. 88 % No. 4. ......................80 No;-5. .'.........1..........If... 761^ .No;,"8.?'^v.:.vj.'.v;,v.'.:....:v/.... '.vo O0i4 Caps *'Oorrect^^ for many occasions Yes, sir! There is no doubt about that since Designed "EASTERN BRAm' Caps became the feshionj^e^^^^^^ to suit differeht face typ6s. so there to a �ciass�-ar ^'j^'^'**''L^"hf ^Aem-that appeals forcibly to the "Thoro-Bred" on signt. A til*. onfe_ydu'tt be proud to wear. Classy in sfeapfc, ^^ ......,.... ,g^iU army,copilnteftd*'.theMs(Hittiv:for No.:3.......................... '86^ the international.--ftotbali .match be- No,::4? ; ... ..:i.:.. .j.;;gjii liffm;;Bngl�ndf4ff(^jSl69*l4nd;(Jii.G Oats': sea's-ground. Tile/: ttitoH fa's wlt- No, 3:;D DEFEATED CHALLENeiH , FROM THE St'ATES . London* Apfil S.T-rChas: WlUlains, of London, the world's raeqnetvflhajn-pion, beat Jack Soutar,^ of .3Rlillad�ll-phia, tlie American challenger.vfn^the first half of the home-and-homie&iijltQh for the chafflpionship title.., :> The Mutton,'- live, ,...-...-,...r.................i Mutton' dresSeii ................v ,11 LlverpooJ, Apdl 6.-jrohn B,og�ri Co, cable th4\to 8._�. MItoliell, Agent H.'e; LIDMAN, qan. Aaent '� '349 Main"St., Wlni�lpaj(r^ . Rhine .MesiZ. mg. in the rlgh't'/'wing,,,-maintained wonderful pressjii;e,''.but ;J[. Brownlle, tililie;: ScOttialiK'ouModiani;" iaved^ magni-:1l^iehtly.:,f'uB^glil5^l'1.w-T.-7-, Ptlnioe All�ert,,�Jfe)-S,^\#-tO2J7'0'0..':fS" per^ bent. detoe�t^e�V^|jM^''flj^t�';r The conditions of the ohajnpionehip match were that a aeries of seven games shouldvbe played on. a"Londo� couri and seven on a Philadelphia. Bach player deposited a atake of |2.500: The second half of the match is to be played in Philadelphia. .The attention..: of tlie pugilistic world. will be centred on the little fellows for the next fev,' weeks. The h0avips are relegated to the rear for the time being. TliB'Unit big ^production is to be gtaged at the St.j'Nlcholas Athletic Olub'ii arena in New Yprk City, and thej principal parts will be taken by Senor Jose Rivers, ot Southern California, nndJJr.; Louis Waliach, better kfaown to fame as Leach Cross, of Gotham. A week later Johnny Kil()aue will defend' his; teaiher7i�reight title from tlip'attack of iJoliiipy' Dundee, a New ,Yorfc..boy, withoiitiidoubt one of the j bbst^ot the younger, feathers. And qn' Aprilf 19, two w'eekafrom today, Ad Wolgast, former lightweight champion,'.; and Harlem; � Tommy Murphy ate td; box a tweutyrround return en-gajsement. WolgaSfr is practically stalcing.'his future in.'uie ring on the reMt-of Hh'isAj3&tpli;,. NOTICES ORGANIZE DISTRICT BASEBALL LEAGUE Ifl^^ f ajijta^ Mills We hi^ve seVeri NEW 30-Inch Fanning'Mills and Bjiggers,'wliicb wll bo oioBdd. out below cost.' i^lis (Comfiiete ^$27.00 each Bsigim - - $7.00 ; ,, ' Let u� quote you PHoea for ' , \f5^eji,Wire,Fencing M BaA Wire,' J. B. TURNEliiiii^ Phones 766 and 1755 LethbHil�i�;?Alta. , \, -'.^msioMtiiA'^p.i .. J...--------. ^aaeajaiija^i^ ' A meeting of the northern'dl'-' vision of the Southern AltfOpta."; ba?ebaU/ league; win. be helJl'VIri V Lethbrldge nexti Friday eveytlncj; '* Information from T�b�r and'Ms^'p-i-is'. leod Jndlcate that those tdyifiist * will be in line stro'naer thaniever thieyear. Lethbrldge; too, hcpes-. ,to be out with a winning.;feanu' Whether or not .t'inoherGr^ek,; wijl/join Is ,problematiqal:>a8'vyetJ A fast brand of baseball' l8>proj mised, , ' � The Rivers-Ctut inteiest in tiiti'bout has I beeii greatly enhanced by the local boy's ''"knock-out ' victor;^' over Joe Maiiddl;. Mandot^and 'RiYora- have-; twiC5'^''.'^gone'' the^fnll .ij^en^y-rouiid; co>Jrsfe,' and are eVen-st'eveni on!;the'deoision>jthing, New Orleans'Joe. icopping the first and Los J. Angeles - Joe letting brackets in |,tho;second. Cross' defeat pf'Mandot' ha^^noti altered' Rivefy'; opinion that' heiwlll prove-.the master in next vii;oek's: bout..--.- �im'kr � J-TRitcrs, and-Gross put-.up an un-.HSMa,lly. interesting set'rto' last Jan-ii^ry^ .was for; ten rouids and the, 'only'/fair decision a referee could ns^V,^ .rendeted would have been a dfaw.^, True, m the closing round CroSs* was nearly exhausted is: doubtful' if he could have, stuck it oufcw^nother three minutes. > But in |liB*early:;; part; of they-tgoing Leach hgllftdeijidedly; the best,!!ot,i the argur .mpnl;; !aad onpointi? ittWas-about an :Syefe|hlng; .. A mista^e:-niostcom-' mori.>;^J^lth,'the-average?^^^^ alJowscondltion at, the;; epd; qf ;a lim-liedcroiind,match to5jihfluen,ce";him in OVERSEAS TEAM FOR \ />'> THE BIG CONT.EST The following: is the Overseas".,ttani for the match versus Rest.-o� L^gu� on Thursday next at O.lfe p.m.,' it'the Ball Park: . . , "Goal. Hewitt; backs. Patters;gn' an^l Homo; half-backs. Oauldwell,- M^uljen and* Shaw; forwai;ds, Brown, MaotnU-lan, Brennan, Slmm and TurneV."; The^alJove plaj-ers, and all pothers connected with, the club; are ijSsqnleiit-^d to turn out for practice pn_TueSh day night at S.SO. at the olu1)'s;atrlp-plng box north of the u-aok., , ' FOR HEAVY HORSES-IIouse 1;^ > birn I d thiee Ipn on 3rd ^ c# ! jsouth -nvohlDilvR �(Hi of Vu iimp ! B�rk Applj il  . Q, HOLE || 205.3rd 'Avenue 8 Uethoi idger * tm Aibeirta Has- Excellent Openlnes^^-for, �Qene rat" Store, Hardware Store v Lumber Yard Drug Store Doctor Restaurant  Uivery Barn , , . , . Implement Warehouse.' . . Bank.'-r^'^ . X"''-' Harness-Shop , ^yx Barbef Shop " i r B)a6k8m,!tb ''PHpNE;1475 '^f >C, Of JO, development who i: brings homo the bacon, although where.boys are evenly matched in point of skill the fellow. With, the strength has ]ust that much of. a percentage in his favor. And that's-where'I figure Rivers' advantage and look for him to earn tile popular, verdict. . But I. will not, be surprised If either lad wins with a knock-out. Kilbane and Dundee should furnish Los Angeles fans'iwith some good sport.- The latter; With his pyrotech-nical style of: boWng noveir fails to crpate.Jan impression on those -who lilte plenty of action, even though that method is noli .particularly e[-fecti,-ve. .From'what I've seen of Kilbane:'I.likb his style very much. He is -a'.clevcrj heady, boxer, one ivho has^'exoellont control of himself in the-ring, and not,.-likely to permit therrooting of. the fans for or against him to upset his plan of lattice He-has shown on several-occasions that'he is a'hard hitter, but like; the intejlligent young- man he, is believeg in ...taking, . no: unnecegsary risk\to win .with one punch. As a rule, lie.tis;'satisfled: to ..outpoint, his rivals j-:; andswhile: he- continues along those lines will be-in little danger of losing his title for sope time to come. Certainly there are no leathers among the present crop who look good enough to upset the dope on Attell.'s conqueror. The great twenty-round tattle "Ad Wqlgast and Tommy Murphy put up last February means; that-'-Jfhi'Cof-froth will have a banner crowd , at his arena April 10, The;San'T^rancis-co critics agreed that it;'Was one of the fiercest fights ever held .on the coast, and as they have liad a ,.ma.^ aority of tlie classiest lightweight bouts out that way for the past ten years or so, the scribes'ought to have a pretty good. llhe.\ . Some admiret of Murphy. has tak-' en the trouble to send, me .a clipping from a Coast paper in whic^; it.was stated that tlio referee>'ga'vo,'tlie.New Yorker a raw deal, itha-feTooimy outfought his man all the -Wtiy,. ;iand was thoreforo entitled ro i ;tlie � decision. While IVlurphy's mana'geri has ^ also uttered mild protests,' Tommy himself has made no complaint tp'. date; and -was apparently well satisfied with a draw. .The newspaper' .qjcr; counts I read immediately after, the mill made it a pretty even thing, and I imagine it was a jratlier'' difllcult matter to pick a winner when; it was over. Wolgast has announced ho .will, nov-^ or figlit - again if hc;doesn't winithis match. Of course, other.fightertfhaVe said the same thing and have-retired iil:!:. for a while; oply toi resume later -on-. ' 1'-* All the latest stock, such as- FALCONS PERFEaS afld BRANTFOBDS Made to stand the we^ and tear o� western roadff' hnflt by the woi-ld's beat cycle tn�-i chanloa In up-to-date shops. With a cushion frame It IS like sailing alopg on rough roads. : All makes of maoWntis rjs- . paired and overhauled, parts; J made to order.' Twenty yeais' . �practical experlefloe In tjie trade. ' ' Lelhbridge Cycle ^.;?RING an Auto exper,tjwit|i you^wb^a you exa^iine tWs big, jyowerM^^ > - his opinion of the motor and the whole mechanical construction. Have hiip:exam^^ givmgS'a decisloji, T^^^'ln' niaifiy; inf ^tanqes the yeaker liiox^r lias led on Mp-jis/'Until. the.last .impiite'or'.-tiwo' b| ,4�llting,. ,\Vhile, .Gross. .,W'a>%a.,. btf' 'OTP^i^Attthe finislEip!�;o�ld;;;';SliaVS |^.S,eng,dP,}ng.; ,him an iaM.trpoVto>'award .m"t�r�dt'to the toX'tog^^^^^ �P'KwQUjdlike to beSIttlNeWj'York; for .a,;H. .BJ^HvrhRih; I mean thole ^'inettods of "^^^ defense,. aliftqUgfiVthere .le Jo>V.'as',,he."changes TWs tactics constantly, Rivera would- be the biggest, kind of- a-mark foKiiB-iboxor of the scientific brand iJlkeHMoParJand or Welsh, in a. /short bout;'.'jiist as Cros,s 'is' -invariably nijide to look foolish whenever he gptss after the clever boys, but Joe's i^Il4}i�'anP9 is". remaick*b}e,,.�^nd he (^,u\d;'.br..a; dangerous^oppdneht for �jpman :pf;/his wpight-bvefe.; the^ �Jf^lvers has a splendid:, jphysiqUe tor jf;8UdMss,t^U6ht-wer|ht;;'-'4it|6 is'fati r.\-ha&; a,,woperf ul jqhf itv^a~poWer-J iSbo.ulders,,, ...^ill(J.i}Ot im|feU^ thnt.lM A "K 0." purjoh, but thorp aro |^to