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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 7, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta I ALL THE LOqAU t^HO FOUgMOST EVENTf ' \ _ jjjjjj lED Game at the Banacks Saturday was Closely Contested . ,________bimkaiu nai RiN.W.M.P, played ii'l^nkers' scores were made hy iootf' fihStti from' "the wlnjr. Sherlock andy kucoeeded In scoring for the red obatB. Line-up: Sanliors )ElenderBbn baoks QfbW Mcftuokfat Etante ^ haU-baoka forwards Bolan OBJand Bobinaon Atoherley Henderson Terrabea Tubby Haaway I'AnsMt g^herlook ^'She fc.^-. ,.^raotise Game TonIgM ' '*nh�r� 'wlU be a pnctliie game to-' iAstt at 6.15 between the 6. O. IS. tfuBd R,N.W.�,P. at the toaracks. � boflTBOL LACROSlSE SALARIES Montreal - April^ 6.-'There wfll bo .lyr-JtelloQal -Zi$icfflSBe CommlsBion to] . majum horpfseTm Canada.- hut a ;%QiUs� agr�jaineob'1)etween the Dom-I^Uffosee TJnioii. and the Pacific (36w)t magnates topn't a-stop tottae �^/ifitotea"Balarfes of last year is as- BJWBd.-  NOTICES - ,The YirM. C.*A,"Jf^llo^sa^oscbedu^-^ eiMo aipet tomorroTir' eyening at the ''"Y*i at 8 o'clop^ to organise a baseball ttom JTorthe seftSOnVf'^U boys attandi: CALi-ieS* EXECUTIVE ' .'TKero will bp a meaUng ot theCale-/appjam footb8lV^li�ft e?a�iutiv^' tei-inor-;* row' evening at!James^laatli's r^alden-foe.jlttji fit, S,.at'8�ij,'m. Importeat i women j^r vernon piohts Are Uahara In thei^i Anna Principals in Ring and some of the Iea|tngi11ghta'of pu-gdlBia oB till. p(o^;iam:;a Ibosing; f>K-IormNU� wu .given jtonlghV 'at.Vennn aren % toe^' ?bA" laeasMm, '.of tll* id^a or �h� ^flQ(^'^||l ladlana �ad 0�Mf%-' ^'tTom^^uaher^'^a^ the fiws/,-sp^ong �hom there''''yere manl^l lyaxSjl^ lA� Par|tclpant8' In'M||i 'ImMlvr' ^riicram^I'Traich-,waB:''i4ii tanypnsit vlth mustcal and >?4Mf^"* '-numbers^ frrai  Ixffi hsigiLn 'K tbsatres, -wore f uU IrSbws*' ""^w* ^^m^^ An^tmoE. Jlo) and J^ack Ufiiios^f T&bo"- Dongliert\, ' 'Ba tltiiifM a9�."B^be" FleaVe > gtriB, Jes&ie.Gl^Dn �|B||i|> Zollar, bn^ad i^Mmij^^, r dson's Bair Cji. 613-WINE DEPT. Luther McCarty Sorry He Didn't Meet WeUs Blame is Afl On Manager Mc--Cmney Who Wouldn't Let Whit6 Hope Meet Him >f0W. .York.,.April i.~"lX wAanl cowarclioetiivbut^ simply a mistake in jud�[m'ent that prompted'onr refusal ot 910.00' for a boi^ with Bombardier l^fellk'-said -WllUam McCarney, who maaafetn* the affairs of l'Wenp,' and I am ^ sorry tbat McOarty.didnt enjoy Ibe ipejoo cutting lp,stepd ,Of^mitl^;ed twentf rounds with htm shows bpw, Bmlth; can be rated. But as long asche bas^ stopped Wells, Mccarty will -acoonj-ffiodate him, but not in a^ ten-round ibout. w� can getthe btsgsst pioney fl^btVi^pt of the Britisher, and be wanted to stop of his, own aooord jrftsr tSt^i'iflrst knockdown, J am sorry that I f^ldft't take Wells-on,: but I auj ^ot W^mlUg my wanrigpr. who has jngiie'a.Jot cf money for me. I'Ji jjet tUroufh'wlUJ njy theatrical eng^gameiitsiiSqpny.Jino th�o Smith can h^ve all Vuft flgPt he wants." JIM THORPg A Cbattt^nooga ,T�Dn., April ?.-^Jim Thorpe gitmck oijtj thre^" oit tl)'e fpur times he went to?ltat'Jn t-bV between the second team jSnd the' New York and! GhatianVoga clubi V BROOKLYN'S ,NE?/V PARK . , dPENER SATURDAY Home jream -Defeated' New York HlgHlanders Under Frank '' . ' Chance Brgpklyn. April 5.-Ebbett's Field, the new'J750.9OO'borne qt the Brooklyn. National league teatn, was formally ppened stoday with ,r game^'iiron Ijy th?l hopie ti?ftni from the New Yor^ Amer$cans^%y^e score ot,3 to 2, iji^sane,"o| probably the biggest crowd tba( air^r saw an exhibition 'S^fs^. The spacious stands,' with, iiqatlng,' acoQifunpij^ons-, for nearly 35.000', person^s, were packed to their Opacity and there were many stand- TOie op^^ing was marked by exei--iftgr'thS usu^r custom on jsijch insi - Miss Gen^viftvejBJibets, 3|f^ daughter, of , the Brqpljra-(^nei-/ tossed' nnder,"' Frapk' Chance, and ijtlanamr"^ Dahlen�S',t.mfn, fought hard ^I^h>;^wsy;.;,C^^oa himself " ^ve BrboilJTi 8,^2'to 0 lead '�s'jk .tlie 'iin�&,;^lth AJlen pitcbi^p;, visitor* tied^he score on a p'aps-b!ai.ijtwb' b'm 'and a wild tbrorw. �''i'a'''Ut'pcorea>ti�e winning run rcokfti. ^oore �y Ibnings.^ .i.';,:- >q(iO OM 101--- 3 8 8 '-"V-jCaldwell. Fisl^erfiMtd; tjoker/!A�op ^�*"*liiaSfeAWl-6.-The New YorK -''""''-ifeit^' the .Baltimore In||ip| in a/^gpWy>PlW�*g�ine to-bylijnings: -  ,|16 213 0107-19 16 8 _oo5 '2j^g|||||^;|6|;Sf; ,__,3p,^..-'Qoul^ttand Wil- PfailadeJpftJsi, April a-r-Tpe Ameft cai^^a^d Natlopsas-tajlijyBplays^ the longest 4nfep-fejagijs,bftl5?.bSiJl gpma in the history pf the twg'ii^oi^ieagjjC org^niMtlons, tJie WPtpt^^^^^^ ed jit tb.e BT^^.^t the B\$!p,\j^m'^ lipb ing. owing tp darkn�|B. i^th ^e pcore: 'staijjUji^:8'to- 2;---v;-r\'"'-"r'-^' , V i8rpwp,v;tliev At}jJi?ti�;B' pnjy -J^lrteeji times. ;?vMle;tlte; KbiUieiB lUs^d^lUexand^^^^ five innings. Ohalmers'two and Brefi-nen eleven, The^ allowed only ten vt^piifltiijj^iitods&r^pij?^ have pla/e^', ftye, g^p^s. the 'Amerl-' cane ffiniing tfib first fbiir. Manager jPsfiiRsleftdthft-^inJeii 'seventh inning,'having"been notified that his brother i had died ^ today at Muttoleiilggi J Score^by innjllgs! 'i':vAm6rlcan8r^^'-^''^-;s-.:'^^':�v:>-v:^;M?'!(..v:-'';,: . : Nat)opa}a- 000 0Q9 002 000^000  OQfl- 2 13 li ander, Chalmersv Brennan and'DoPin, KiUtfgr.-. �� ST, LOUIS AM'ERJCANS XEAD St. ixiuis,' ApijJ 6;-T-A inMur^ of |SWes,erirora an^ felts,'a;po''ojf,tS�iBi � gue club enpBgJi'OTji t9 ^Ktrm AmeriiJ^nli. 18 � to 6; 'jh.'tho'ifjft;^'^grame of the series of the Jjay f9 to 24.,,-;f|tark, seoreUry .pf the as^ppiatlpn^'rrojjbitis there wjjl bft,mftrie eBtrJej^;! t^^fitt eyejj^,before in the, har., npss ,aVentp, T^Cvprogram for the fail meetinj folldwe: ^ August 12; '2.lT'trdt^arty Closing event ?10ob. � a.W paae; g.Qfi �jtrotr^Hptelkseppra* 'early ploslpigeyept, $i000 of this stake for consolatlbnt^jr'non-money'winners in this event- -Horses will pay ent-iWCpi^e 9n;$40^D aljd 5 per oent ^e-ducted "from giotjey winners, f6OOO. One miie^.'^Po^piaent's handicap for S^year^jlds apdonpf iVelght tojbe pub-Itahfld'August,8r',B�rly closing event. ; Six fijJFl^nflsJTr^J'^r maidens, ajjl ages;, '^-yeaP-blda'iocaxJry'iTO lbs.; 4-year-oIdit and up, 118-lbs.; 'usual sex allowance, purse 1600. Slx^andajhajf furlonjSh-For hordes bred in Majiiipba,^Alberti and, Sa,S-katchewan. ^ISarly,i,cj08ing event;,J4p(), Au^Mst 13  ?,10 pap'e.,^,06 trot-Early closing eypflt, flow, ia' 3,80 trotrTrD{r,P,ctors early closing event, 11000., Eleven-sisteeiith iniie-For oojts tpaji' ed in 1910 (plos%d) stake JlOOb.. Six furk>n'g8-3-ypar-olds  and vp; selling horsecf entered M. $160p tp,oar>^ ry weight fpr age; 2 lbs. allowed bix ewb ?1P0 db^B;;)iO ?5Q0. Purse.t300. Seven and-, a. half furlpngs-O^arly closing eventir/jpOO, . ,11 'tpda;5f, by J| New Yorlr, April 6-At the ppenlng of the outdoor athletic season at Celtic Parli, today, Wm. Qu�*l, p' Alexandra Bay. ,N,Y., won'the f}ye.jnlle profeseional' running ,race, beating Wm. JColebmalnen, pfrFI^iljiind, by 1$ yards."'decree Hooley' finished-third, and James Lee, of/Btfsto�,, fourtfi. Time: ?e:31^-5. f^u , ^.i .�WasWngtbp. April, '^^-^yvj^^^inston tosk tl|e .ijast �8]fffV ^tim  Boston Nationals In theU* .s?EiOfl here, today. 2 to 7. Tfee^8PJ�*fi?69 a!ondon,*April 5.^-FpUowlng are the results ;bf league fpstbali gajnes played today: First Oivlsion-A?ton Y�)� 1; tiiverpool 3. l^JijpWjurn Rovers 1; Weolwlcb M' ^ns).. 1. D^rb? County 3; Chelsea 1. , tjygrton 0; "Mancbester C}ty 0. ', :%Jjnn�bepter United 3; Bolton Wand- WlddlWbpro 0; Newpwtla United 1, .mt^ gpunty 1; Sbefileld Uplt^d 1. .SJi^ffleld Ws4nes^ay Bwdlord .Svj^Seriand 3; W�Bt Broniwlch Al-bjpn'l. Tottenham 1; 01dba�?t Athlstip 0, Second Dlvlslpn Barssley 3; Hull City 1. : .^iapkpopl 3;' Blrmin)|i�am 0. Britlford 2; Burnley 3. J Bury 0; Clapton Orient 0. . Fulham ys Glossop, postponed. 'Grimsby To^n 0; Iflftopln City 0. ; HuddersfleW Town .6j Srlstpl CHy 0. i Leicester Fosse 4;' Stockport County 1. ? \folvarhampton Wanderers 2; Pre's^: ton North. End 0. i .Eeeds City Ir Notts Forest 0. -Fulham 3; GHossop 0. Southern League' GllliflghamMP; Merthyr 0. : Junior jntern*tlonal .England 2; Scotland 1; ; I Queens Park JRangera 4; Coventry City 0, Brentford 4; Brjgbtwi and Hov? Al-bipri 1. , , Qilllpghp^i vs M^jrthyr Town, ppjt-poned. NoPfhijiisptpn 1; Wfl-tfprd 1, 3tQkP 3; Soi;Uhamptop^ l, , -I^e�dlng 0; P]!yj}ibi4t&, A.r�y.lp 2, : ^'orwich City 2', Crystal Palapa 3, AlUvall Athle'Us 1; W^stham Ujjit-ed 8, , Bristol Itovei-s l\ Eypter City 1, SwisdM TPWP 3f PortsmuiSi'iP, Riiqby lypjidon Welsh 8: Stpinf9r4 ?^J4^6 6. NoFthaniPton 6; Old TVardensj D. HarMulPB 13; Olc[ li^rchm Ts-r- .Jgjg ._S|_-. .... . >^a|ichefeter 3Pj Bfrk^hefid Park 0, Beypjipgrt ^Ibion 17; Bleakl^^ath 3. Carditt �; Ne^tb'o, ,NeTVPOrt 1155 Qiomiestflr 6, & 'i; Northern Union ' Hull 1,8; D^wsbury U. 8�lfPr* ?3; Ijlupcorh ?. * gt^^ntpn 3; JVigw P-'-St;-Helen 310; LelgU 0, Bafrpw'^g; ordhji^i s )fl46\i(iale Kpriwt? }0; Wid^es 0, Iftun^let Coventry ? J^eighley ?; Hull 59;ijjir�t9n Rpvers 3, Battley 43; Br.Aipiley 0. " .mw^fleld TrlDity-g; J^eda '34. XrfLd.qi>fpra ,2: if9;ifwi: 3., Hi (IrWk the BEST GOd.flli^OUt AT ..-..'itlAPS- SATURDAY The flriSif rpguUi; ."boot ot the Al-,J)erta';^^}itl: Olufr :.9atuitday afterhopn was VwyV-TveJl attendftd, and some very gpdd' sbotes'were made, considr ingi t&e. Jjjlt) 'wind .that made It ;lm-ppsBlblj8 -fprhigh scores. "" Mr, "Jacques; irepresepting the To-tilft Ajrn)^ jpo., df Toronto, was preSr eftt u^i  dfeinonstrated what can -bo done 'Wit)�;theT?pbIa gun. He was high pftn.'..";.'""'-..'.:'--,',.� ,,: �riie niBjs.i? rggitfar shoot will b6 held Satur^^y.'falternpoh; at -4:30 o'clock, at wljjch 'li' sqVaid ijfco' will be organized/pl^^^lne in^lresttng competition pulled .off' Spectators ate a^TiF'arb 'welponie. _ 'Fhe-following, are the results ot Sfttura�ji;'8'',fibbot r . 1 ^ ' O^itds Total f!. A. ^ifcdues .. y. B.' ...... J. Gl^nisler .. A�>ptolt A, Aaams �.,.�, 75 63 7S 61 75 43 50 42 50 32, - 50 81 50 24 50 20 2S 8 10 4, .INTERNATIONAL MATCH I^r.^on, April 5.-^Bfi3|iiuYn|f';fro!n^ llgb 0^n^, E,_CrpinptPB i?R4 J, Peff- ,8cptland-;in the;intgffi4t|6'f^^^ tlon game played h^lttqdiB>r|>'p^ ^ tig CHsea' sFpvjftdiS, ^}r3M^^riialnt�lned by a copi-^ pet^nt "jiarAtaker, Tvim }>a8 alrea4y stiwjfla %prk."Af^^ eleotfld-iiit, th? siawnd annual meeting, a few. agpt President-Ed-ww4 !the country,;! :aa^d,, wpjif}^ OPW^erpy. "We tjovefrom-16/tp l| hours of sunshine 4ftlly:f Vfho.'foupUt a dr�w he^re jfpine;yp^B m>'HY� ^e^ft iPfttcbea 'tj� fiBljt ,f|ft^n :';rc(un|^r^|il*;g|ffly9st "The :�fi�?i��tv-l� iWH4e*|te|f!fS,a]fp^^ ^ .Grainy and Provielone \'Prlcep? paid; farmers: ;� ' Np.-;i NhrtbVu .'.......'.. 69 Nb. B N'ort'tern .. v. ..... 86 Np,.a Nprtjievpv,* ..1 L.v.. 68 Nb: 4, Northern'^. .1........ 68 �^No.'B Northern.......... 63 Np.'1 Red ......... 68 . N6.:2 Red .... ... ... 66 No. 8 Red............, 88 NO. 4 Red .. ..a..... 58 Alfalfa;; No. 2, ppr ton 9.00. Pr&irie .V. ... ...... 11.00 , . Pet ton [\Bwn"'';Vrt.>.T.i iii>^$19�*�..i**..*:t*****i � fil-'OO 0Pta Rolled Oats............................. 21.0a ,  I^tloes Paiil Famors Poultry- Cbibkons;? dressed ,.7..j.iM ; CWck6ns/fHve �10 Tttriceys, dressed ,......................22 Tu'ikeys; live .20 .Opesa^ live .18 Ducks, live ......,..,>(,...�......�.� 16; Eggs.;;,;*.>,;.,,...-..............�(...('i! Butter, 'dhiry ..........................* .25. Butter, creamery , .32 Live ;St6ok- Hogs, live ..........-.-....T.-5...7JV.......OTK Hp|^. .dressed......................... Mutton, live...........^............. Mutton, dressed Cattle- .. gteersj live ......,tw,-n.,..v8 Wholesale prioefl-r-. OallllPrnia tomatoes,, per oratr 4.76 Cuonmbers, per dojsen .76 Green onions^ per doi^enibunchiea .76 Strawbovrles, per-ci-nte 4.50 .10 .05 .11 .07 .13 .OB MONDAY'S ;afJAIN^PRI0H8 Winnipeg; Man;. Apm7.^he.:whe^b markat open and oloap, today was:, Whfat: Open Close" May--......fv..-.....,.., 00% 91^!,; July'... .,. . \:.::sm szW' Oate: f-^��^-'-.-.^ ,^ey ,....i..^,ii.'.^^:'35:^ 88%^'. Jjily .f......... aSTi 30 Flax: ; ..........., 113% '11aW July ... 114'%' October ... . :iv^.-.'-.- 1:8% 118^, CASH.'.BftlCES . '...-^ rth'erii. CiP'sdl Whei NO, Np, % Northern.............-8714 Np.-a.Nprthern'i .�vf...;';,.W,. ;v... -Bi^.; � fS'p. 5.........;.............. 76 No. 6. 72%' Feed ... ;.. .....'. 60% WInier Wheat: No. 1.......... u.. :.....-.. 92 ' No. 2.......'................ 89% Np.v3.............,.........86% N0..4. 8314 oats: ' ' V � Nb, 2; 0. W. ... ..V......, 34% ffp. 3. C. W.'.,...: .w........., 31% Extra No. 1. Feed............. 32%-' No. 1. Feed.................. 31% No. 3,Feed--------28 Bsfrley: ;..^';;,,;.'^�,�;:,�,- /-...y �'^'�j,.: .;.v^...v.:r..:.:...... 47% ...... 44% ... ......... 40% Np. 8; np. 4........., I^ejeoted...... Fped ;........ Fla^: No. 1. N. W. T. 110?4' AMERICAN MARKETS Mlnneapblls * Wheat: Jifay ... ., July ... , ;September I U^y. July..... ggptetqbjg'- Op^n Clo*e ........;fl li,Gordo%^!.a|M thletlc! J. Pop- For. Against. -Poliita 6-> " 5 "4 2 ' 2 3 4 - 4 ii lARBAIN for FARMEgS �mm - : $7,00 ;