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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE HERALD Friday, April President Wilson Saw Senators Defeat the Athletics Chased Joe Wood to Lost to St. Shut Out by Boston and Brooklyn Beat the Games Postponed POSTPONEMENTS Louis, v rain. Cincinnati- Plttsbtirg. T1GEUS WKNT St. Louis', April 10, pitching was too inui'h lor Utitruit, and St. Louis the opening 3 to 1. Sluitton's fielding was th: feature of (he COBB STILL OUT Augusta, CiR., April "When President Navhl ac- mx offer 1 'will report at once, aiti lit shiipe to jump right Into the declared Tynis Cofib, tonight. Cobb 13 tho Detroit American "hold- out." Cobb. who arrived hero this afternoon, declined to di- vulge the nature of this latest "offer" to the management. OVERSEAS American Cleveland casp. Tain. Scoro by innings j Detroit ............010 000 6 1 St. Louis .........1GO 7 0 lotteries -MiliK'n and Stanage Weilmiin ami --1 v -i- 'Washington. April 10. President V.'ilson inrgot the tarilt and '-natters ui stale for more than two hours to- day and watched Washington Ueieat GIANTS WALLOPED -Jievv York, April de- feated Vorfi in the first game of i the -season before a big crowd by a -llie team oi the of S to 0. ceremonies American league by a score ot to were omitted, Mayor Qavuot threw in the opening "baseball game of the first hall. Cold weather made season here. Kb tossed the flrsl j Playing unpleasant Sot players and ball, according to custom." -spectators Vice-President .Marsbsll, .members nf the cabinet, senators, representa- tives, mid a great number of official folk were there. in. a heavr fiiriinei! over- coat, the' president sat with his aiiss Eleanor, Perclue held, the home flub at his mercy and the champs mndn only two Picked Team Shaded the City Champions by Short Margin The champion Overseas Football Club were, polished off ut tho liall Park lust night by tho pick of the city league teams to the tune of in tho presence oi about two hundred enthusiasts. The general concensus singles. Not oue of Mcttraw's men 'of opinion was that "The Itest1' would got further than second base. Uostou jhave no defeating tho started to ilit ift the fourth nnd from (champions, each player being a star that inning on they rnppei! the ball at his own position. It waa the first and Sccre- i hard. CrnndiiJl was slaughtered tary Tumulty, in a bos to tire ninth. Boston put up a fiue-.d-ej- o( the home 'plate. ffe was obvious- i feasivs game, giving their pitcher ly aii interested, spectator, applaud- j raultless support. Maranville, the ing' and cheering- frequently as the j recruit shortstop of the rfsttors, was game proceeded. The weather was law Mr. Wit eon has'always been -i. baseball fan, being a Itequeot' visitor at the- col- lege games at Princeton, and himself a his youth. Charles Ster- played first base !or New York, was one o! .his at Princeton The president was cheated euthuai-j the bright star of "tnc game, both i the Held and at the bat. Score hy innings Boston York 220 000 Tes- reau, C'ramlal! and Meyers.' ---JOMSinMiirTTIXG WON real game of tho season and but tor -the_ .peiiaHy on Bannerman in tho second liajf for handling the ball fn penalty area, the gamo would doubtless liavo resulted in a nil to nil score. On this penalty Wlilets snot a'- straight elean goal in spite of the efforts, ot the Overseas star not defender, Hewitt, to prevent a score. "Tho Heat" won the JOBS and kick- ed off at 6.30, It was clear- that both teams .woro out extend themselves. Rest" .'forced the 'game slightly at the start and sot two corners In April i ;Brennan shot high 0 M S3 OPENING OF GREAT LAKES NAVIGATION Steamer1 Macasaa of the Richlll'U and Ontario Navl nation Co., and Iti iklpptr. Captain Henderson, which opened navigation on trie Great Lakes on April 1st, by sailing from Toronto to Hamilton. Oapt. Henderson was, however just "noted out" of the famous Toronto Harbormaster's hat, given every year to the first captan entering le City" got this honor, beating the Macasia out on its Toronto Harbor. Captain Maddloks with return trip by an hour. WINNER IN OPEN HIGH JUMP CLEARED SIX FEET -AT'CALGARY SHOW Calgary, April Do Re- aide's bay won the open high jump here "tonight with a. leap 'ol sU Icct, being two Inches less than the present record .ot asticanjr by the crowds. Pur an' Bronklyn, which was Llnning wide, both shots feet-two inches, belli P. early season game there were- tew :lured .by timely singles by-Daubert srrsrs, and the game did not lack- in 'anil a home run by Pisber in the ear- exciting plays. innings, and a three-bagger by .McDonnell', of Yort, was liiS Cutsliaw in the eighth with the bases less frequently than Johnson, but the visitors the'victory In jrell flaved Ths took the bail straight cfown the field In a vicious onslaught "which was broken up by the- the latter had the better support. the opening championship game here The president stayed throughout the, today 11 to 3. Ragan v.-as very el- nine innings, jfcctjvc, except in tlje eighth inning, I Score by innings Washington 000 3 G I il' York 100 000 81' j v.-hcn 'Aliller and Cravath, pinch hit-I, jicrs, hit safely anil scored on sacri- i f' flie The cold, cloudy weather and IlcConnell and Sweenev, Insmitlj (Sept the attendance down. .....HI 000 It 0 ------------i Philadelphia ..001 0.00 A 73 Bastou, who though hVbroiie play, jumped a little too high and took a nasty fall which jarred considerably, but for only a few minutes. Aa soon 33 ,e recovered .his feet be met the ball ice in rapid succession, success- fully turning its course-toward the of heavy draught .U.__Burns and Co., ___ATHLETICS BEAT RED SOX Boston 10 life -worm's- champions lost to the title holders in the. opening game of .the season today, tile .Athletics .10, Red Sox ,9. Mayor Fitzgerald irat the ball into play from, the pitcher's box Six pitchers -followed him during the afternoon.. Joe Woods, star of last and Irwl'n Chal- mers, Mayer, Moore and Dooin and KmlTerT AMERICAN ASSOCIATION -Milwaukee at Toledo, post- world series, lasted but five! innings, during which thB_Ji.thletics nine bits; and scored seven runs. Strunk score the last of these Tallies by stealing home. Coombs developed poor form after four hitless- Boston innings, the Red Sox scoring runs duimLj-nis ten lire on the mound i poned, .wet grounds. In the sixth Lapp was on third and CoQinbs on second, -when Murphy hit to Wagner, the latter throwing, to the plate to! catch Lapp. But Lapp scampered back to_third, which' h? Louisville Kansas'City c- E. H. E. 701 11 16 S FIGHTING DICK HYLAND MATCHED WITH SCALSR Vancouver Promoter Has Offered ?1000 Purse for the Winner Meets Edmonton, April much-de- inund occupied nv Coombs i ith "Hur bated nuestion zs to which is the ftet- phy on second- Lapp at third, be.was entitled to the base, he was safe. Coombs returned to Second and moved back to first. Hall threw wild to Jaavrin in an :effort to. catch Murph.r, and Lapp scored, and .the two Athletics moved up a base each. Score by innings Philadelphia .201) 05S Boston 9 igain goal in each- Instance, the forward taking It" 'the field for two shots at the net Glen shot straight but the goal wag saved and leaning shot too wide. l The plavvcontinliEd-iB-tlia neighbor- hood of tlia charapion's opponents, Tennant, Gurr and Llniiing each mak- ing unsuccessful shots Gurr made roadste one fine shpt and a wild one on top of it. The first period ended with no score antf -the play in tavor ot the picked team. The of the second spasm found both teams straining for a strenuous time. The. "Overseas went straight to. their opponents' ter- ritory tout Tennant obtained posses- sion of _the ball and with, a clever ruu and a magnificent pass. Buccoeded in getting a shot, which was saved by Patterson. While in the penalty area Bahnennan handled the- ball and Overseas .were penalized, fillets Jdck" ing the goal. After -the score was made "The Rest" seemed to lag some what; feeling sure tbat the Seas 'could not tie the score. It was evi- dent that the boys' were trrert, this being their first real game, and they iJIacDonald's Smokes. Sioux won first at Victoria last year with six feet eight inches, and second at Van- couver with six proaches to the ba'rfiers last night were very good jumping A feature of tonigh't's show the exhibition teams won by with a .pair of black' Clydesdales in harness.-. The heavy a marked 'improvement in quality tins year with Clydes predominating m numbers. Ladies participated extensively in tonight's Hiss Lowes driv- ing P. O. Lowes' higlrsteppers, Rob- inson and 'Durbar to victory, and Mrs. Ferguson .winning the single 'I. O-. Buttle's standard bred marc Mona. U 5 8 2 Bender, Plank mm Kil Sealer or Fighting Dick. Hyland, will be. decided on April 2G, if present arrangements hold good. Last night Doth Edmonton light- weights received wires from whistler dla not eieri wheft Barnett, a Vancouver promoter, offer- ing to match them for a thousand dol- (lar purse' at the Stsvenson arena. Both men are to be allowed 5100 for expenses and are to be in Vancouver and Lapp Cad) Wood, HaUlS Foster and In Ireland when Special is called for JOHN JAMESON Three Star Whiskey is served HAVE iTOU TRIED IT? at- least oae week before bout, completing their training jn that city, The purse can be split any way to suit the principals. HyJand Is Willing seen last night Dick Hyland said that ha had wired his acceptance and'was awaiting transportation, upon receipt of- which he would leave for the coast immediately. .Dick -is tick- led to death to get another chance at .Sealer and Will start training this afternoon, in order that bo may be in IUQ onbt of.'eontmiim lor the bout. Kid Seller is also agreeable to the" offer and will accept. The real reason for the bout is that an -opponent is required for Joe Bay- ley, and with a splendid arena at Ste- about 14 mileg away from Vancouver, the promoters are fortun- ately situated to pull off a bout for the lightweight championship Of Cau- ada. Hylaod and Sealer arc tbe two outstanding choices for the privilege of meeting: Joe Bayley, and by bring- ing them to Vancouver, the promoters will be able to sfage bout early In May. championship necessary. So the Seas had the lion's share of the play, but time was called before 'they could get past the net for. a point The teams were evenly matched and great credit is due the Overseas In being able to hold the cream of the city league to a score, and that a penalty, which with a kicker like "Willets is pretty sure to end in a score. Following is tlie lineup: "The Rest" McJntyra; Halbertoru and Eaeian; Clark; Beatwlck, Willete, Glen, Linning and Overseas Hewitt; Home and Patterson; Mullen 'and Sinim, Breniian, McMillan and Brown. The game was efficiently, ret'eraed by j. Gurr. McGRAW CUT TEAM DOWN New Yorlr, Apri] 10. Manager JMc- Graw, of the Nev; York Giants, reduc- ed his team' to twenty-five players by releasing In fielder Milton StooH, Pitcher Dave Robertson, and Outfield- Jacobsen, to Mobile. It is under- stood McGraw wilt kp.ep hfs eyes on the three, atid bring them bock if they show snfFteievit promise in the minor league. SMALLPOX SCARE WANES Minneapolis, April small- pox scare among the ball players Minneapolis lias about 7died out. OLate today physicians made'; an examina- tion of the players, ami reported no cause for alarm. KILLED BOXING BfLL St. Paul, April Sen- ?Ljrf the Minnesota "legislature to- day illled the limited boxing contests in this state. ENGLISH LE'AGUE GAMg London, April .Southern League today, Queen's Park Rangers defeated Bristol Rovers, 'by 2 goals to nil. CUBAN JUMPS -BEDS-. Romanach, the 'Cubaii. shortstop, signed, .a .trial with the Reds, has already "jumped" the team The youflgstei is deepl> attached to Cuba and has decided to play with teams on thtf island In pre ference to the "big- league." Tlnlter hag fined Ittarsans and Almeida, Cu- bans, each for being re- porting. NOTICES ST. CYPRIAN'S vs. BANKERS -The .following will represent St. Cyprian's in tlieir game against the Bankers on Snturd-fty afternoon at the Baracks' ground. A. N. Other; J. McDonald aifl. A. Kane; Dunk, Shc-rtt and 0. J. Woods; B. Turner, Lee, Banner- man, J. Crale and Dalzell. The oall will bo kicked off at 4.30. PLAY A DRAW London, April a postponed Second TMvfKlnri fcof-bai! played today, Preston North End drew with Burnley, the final srore being Pres- ton, i; Uurnlcy, 1, PAPKE BLACKLISTED Billy Papko has been barred from flghtlns !a-ESgland end France. Billy's foul tactics In Bis bout with Prang Klaus In Paris led to tho ban. being placed on lllmjn the countries named. Prior to tbia was' suspended by tBa Boklng Commiasi6a State. in New York THE OLD TIMER (By C. P. McDonald) "These practice saya Jones to me, "Don't show just what the boys will 3je summer comes. Tlio games they play In earnest ain't the games today. This iraminLatufl-Bomehaw don't act Upon my system, ancl you gat -My goat with all this fool rea tape Of how they're ioundln' into shape. "Why. Played ball just like it ought to be; The first mild day at spring we'd go To some big lot and stage the show. Ho gloves in them days; juat the hand Tbat nature gave grand stand, No legal scraps Na magnate owned the old time chaps. "These modern ways and inside plays Ain't relics of the good old-days, When we went out to slam the ball From early spring till after fall. No-gettin' In condition then, In those hard battlss men was men. They says Jones, "play ball _jtpday Exactly as they ought to play." WILL FIGHT FOR 1913 PENNANT Bv John J. Evers, Manager Chicago ;I will say to tha fans of Chicago tbat the Cubs will be up on their toea and fighting tor that pennant from the opening game. If not win, it will be -because some other club is bettor, the never have been quitters "We have lost some good men, but we have gained others whicli we thlnK will Equalize the loss. Our pitching staff for several seasons haa not been considered strsrg I think it is mucn better than, last season. The addition of Bpesnahan and Ov. erall, tried veterans, shojld I also would like to say that Bresnahan and myself, despite any reports to the contrary which have been !in circulation, ,are great friends.. No man on the team is work- Ing harder than BresnaUan to help me make good fflannger. FOUR-CORNERED TIE IN Y. M. C. A. BOWLING TOURNEMENT There is one' more gamo to bo play- ed Y, M, C A. dormitory bowl- ing With'the finMi game four loams will bo. iled for the ehanipionahlp. Eseh team plays eight gamea, and leaders all have won live and lost three. The tournament has .beon productive of somo excellent sport, with a live and Interesting finish. The standing: Won Carherry and; Hellyea NIcholsou-Young Johnson-Carlle...... Long-Hayter II. Siithorland-Ede; Sutherland-Shannon punne-Olark Lost "3" MONTANA BOXING COMMISSION HOLDS ITS FIRST SESSION Meeting Is Conducted In Butte to Con- Suggastions on Regulating rights Bntte, April meeting of the state boxing commission was held yesterday, all the members being pre- sent. The commission cannot organ- .ize unuer-tue'law until 'April 15, but- met yesterday .to discus's rules for the- conduct of all. boxing contests to Da pulled oft In Montana. The com- mission first aims to throw every pos. safeguard aliout the game Among the suggestions recommended by the commission were. No Imlng maicbss to be lield on Sunday, no be sold on the premises where boxing matches aio held, no person under 18 years to ie admitted, medical examination for all contestants and many other details to govern ,the game. Frank Chance arises to remark that he IB strong for Bermuda In onion strength, :as it were. farmm-a: No, 1 ftorthem........ No. 1! JWUu'lu........ No. ii Northern........ No. NorthBrn....... No. 5 Northern....... No. J 1'Sed................ No. 2 Rpil............... Cli No. S Hied............. No. 4 No. S, ton...... il.OO "rail's.................. Per ton Bran Shorts 41.00 Oats 30.00 Rolled Hats 21.00 .Prices Paid Kurouira Cliickcnu. dressed Geese, live Ducks, Butter, vlairy Butter, prennwry .20 .111 .10 .33 FRItSlAY'S GRAIN PRICES April markota Soduy were: Whea May ,.j July .i. October _-.-....._. Open 111 Olosn iU% sau May July Flax- May ,fuly October .1555 114 120 Cllosing Cash Prices Wheat- No. 1 Nortjiern No. 2 NtfrtMern Mo. Jl NurLfeorn No. -I Norihem No. f. No. li Food Winter No. 1 No. 2 X.....w. No...I No. 2 C. Wi. No. C. VI K-5.-NO. 1 1'teexl. No, 1 J''eed No. fi Food No. il......, No. -I ...t Rojoctod Food i Flax- No. 1 N. W. (8. 87% 'JO 87 80 BEV. A. -C. PARBELL- IS C.V3MING WEST Toronto, April T. E. Eser. ton Shore, sea'-rotary 'of tho foreign mission of tho AfethodlEt .hurch, and hiifi assistant, Hev. Allan C. i'arreJi, their reslgnationb to Methocllst of mlsaionn yesterday Dr. Shore remove to California, with Mrs. Shorq, whose bealth is Im- paired. Rev. Jifir. Faa'rell will proba- bly- go to CaigfU'y, having received a call from there, land the transfer com- mittee the matter to- day. I DREAD BUflONIC PLAGUB Bogota, April Much alarm has been caused here-, by reports that bu bonic plague 'broken out at -the seaport of Santa Slaita. WILSON MAiKES THREAT Washington, Aflrll have come from i the .White HOUBQ that the If defeated in the present session on the issue of tariff leform, will go bftfoie the people of those statea whose-i representatives In both houseR of .congress, have thwart- ed the party m, and appeal in the primaries for. j the selection of what he ee io progressive candidates. BARGAIN for FACERS Hero Fanning Milljs i We hsve seven NEW 30-inch Fanning Mills and wliicu wil-be closed-out below- Mills Complete eaich SHECKApD FOR ST. LOUIS Chicago, April Sheck- ard, the famous outfielder, was sold to the St, Ijouis Nationals hy the Chi- cago Nationals today, St, LOUIB ob- tained uim for t orice, 39 Let us quote you Prices for Woven Wire Fencing and Barb J. B. Phones 755 and 1755 Uthbrfd0e, Alts, 1245 Second Ava. ;