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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta TBE Presiileiii Wilson Saw Senators Defeat the" Highlanders-lhc ktMettcs Chased Joe Wood to..GoVer.-6efroit Lbsl to St. Louis-Giants Shut Oiit by Boston and Brooklyn Beat the PhiHies-Other Games Postponed . POSTPONEMENTS Ixain. ^ t ..,"ffliiolaiiati- Pittsburg^ wdt ? , grounds. ' Amerrican - Cleveland - Cbl- ? U * o * '^'^^ WMhiiRloa'. April lO.-PiosWent Wilinn fncgdt the t^ritt and Jnatters o 7,Utc lor. more tiiaa two hours tqs; TIGERS WE3NT DOWN .St."-liOUls, April 10 � * "Wheil Pi*�&tde4t> Nft�a � ao. * oepts my otttff 1 %ill Pfeb&H M * * once, and am ia sbijpd t�> Jump � * right'into the gaiMft." 4 4, ^ � � 4^ Picked Team Shaded the Gty Chianpions hy Short (. -.w^ --- . ^ Hrfeht tne season nerorc a utg, uiow� uj � .lay 'opd matched W^tangta* g^rfe^ ot 8 to 0. OpeHmg cerempiiies 'm NeEW -ioik American of^ the ^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^^ out ite.first ball: Cold treathfer made pkyingMuapleaafant for playtSrS -and 'Ameiwan league by a score ol a to *fl, M m ape��ing basebaU ^anie of, "ihe se^n here. ^ Ke tossed the mt^ ball, 'according to^ custom- ' g /^-Vic^-EresCdaii Mhrsholl, mroibMS ^.vt tht Vabiltetn^alijts. xepn^ftta* U-tl^w, tad a'number ,ol, offloial Hoik *ja:e there. ' , ^ 4 ^V.hiaW m a heavy furlined over ' tPaf, tlic president sat 'Rith ilatwhter, MSss Sleanor, and Sccre-1 uraul^y.' jo. a box to the^ righ| lot Sle^homeJPtote' Ife.was obvions-, It an intPtestfe(l,spe�^tor, apijlaud-: i:.MicWd fchcering ffel5iehtIy^8s'\thO: � - %^e proccedfed Tha ^weathct vas TAW ilw skies cldritty. Mr WiL-" BOh has dTfays been a basebaU tan, h-^Az 'a* IiAQBotttNisitor irt tiw cdK Kames at fclncetoB, and himsel| ift^'^ayer la his^iroutti Cbarlsa Stcr| ^iliSit. -vyho played first'base for ife^ " -ioiV, 'vas one of Mw Puoi't" ** 'T^wficetta three ^feP-S agff'" nrpbiilcnt"vr.ia rjirarcd withiftg s^&tor^ alilce. r Perdue held the borne (dub ,at, his njietcty^fiiid the champs mads only two singles. Not one of McOraw's men got-'ftjrth^'thatt SdcofadbaSe. tio^tdn'i �amrtei-ttt hit-M the f^iurth aad fxbiti thSt itfUJDlg''mi they rapped the" ball hwd. J^andall was slaughtered jia tjie nintb. Boston, put up a fine 'de-ttifiive game, giving theit ' pitehaf faultless support MaranviUe, the re Score by Innmgs : s, ^ Boston . . ..000 aio 004-S , New York . , 000 OOO-OOO-O i ,2;a>' Batteties-Petdue and-^^iftan; ^es-. rca'u, Crandall arid Sfoyets. ' The cBampion Oversea^ B^otball Club were polished oli at the Ball Park last night,by thtt^pick. of the. cHy league teams to the tuiie^.ot 1-0. in the presence of .about >WlJ,undr^ia enthusiasts. The general "coftcenaud ol oplhlon was tbtt "ThB ,KeMtf, would have.jio troubW in defeating ' the cfeamplona, each player b8lnj8f--a stiife attbtfeown .poslUbn. K yrtv ftid first feal game of the seas,on,.aJid but for the penslV on Baniierman ,ln the second half for handling tli6 *all In the penalty area, the 'gam^ ' would ^ doubUesajbave resulted in a nil to a nli 8cd'rd,.-'^Oii' tilts 'peUaltjr .WilletB ,v 'LtJ^t. - ^t^1JA.i^*^1oan CiMkl^ja Spit6 Of LOOAL pRicea ^. Grains and t>rov)alohlt i Prfoes paid farmers; Na 1 itoi-thern........ �!> No. 2 Northern.......... 66 Uo, 3 NlDi'theta ........ (58 No. 4 Northern.......... B8 ortherU' In No. S it Shojrts...............................ai.oo ' Oatfi ...H................................20.00 Rolled aits ..J..U.'.....................21.00 'i ^prices paid Vatmeis Pbulttb'- ^. ChiOkdfiiiL dressed; d^lclkofifjL live ......'.t......,..'... fiikofil dfcfesSid ...:.....\.,>.........; turkeys,, iivtj.........v..;.'....;.......4 (feriie, iMo ,.......�......^s.:,t....i..... rKuotfs, lUivo .......i...................18 Sgffli' ',:t.i..............i�..... Butter.'. Jiairy ........................'..^ -25 butter, ijtrfeanjfiry...................... -'^ . F'ftttittAY'S .(SRAIN PRICES Mr^'f|i�; �.-ygtali; ^'^;'-C)i>en' .^I^SflTSne Ad iibt lack m a home rA^fbR Iting playb ~, , cQcmlien, oVKv* York, was hit \J�lS?l'^""�Sppo'� |the oicPpg championsi '^'"[dcrt stayed tfiroughout tb^J ^i*�J '^^^ PhiladeSphia, ?'P;a. ,. ^Aptgi^ia.'ifSfsosi^" t^ui^ hitting by-'-probfilyn, ..w^ai^^vfas, feafe ly maings, an^d^'a-threfrtfagger jf^: ,,,1, OntShaw in the^'eightli with the baSea but luU. gave the v8it6rs-ittfervictory"}u ^^^.^^..^ Ov�seaB star net defender, .Hfewitt.'ig/.^vtini 'a score, '�Tbe>ReBt.'*LVtc.n^ :ana��16ki it both i^. '^an^'^sh^t high |t'^6t^a%-ay� York " *100 OQO 000-1 'ifl iljteni^Jbhnson and Insffi^ mnell and. Sweeney. Ml .ETICjS'BBAt' BBlM^i ' JsWiI - The l^llli .,"lost to''the fOTui^M^ ^un/libB_opening sme^^^m ,iodhv, the 'Athletics lOl^p^ a� Ha^or Fitzgerald l>ut the n^d lilay fronx the pitctaer'sHIm iltchers foUowed b'lm durlii^K in -Jo& Woods, star of^^ world series, lasted b^Ri I, during whwb tha AtfigMt put nlner'l�tsf''�nd score4lglH "Strunk sebro '{.be last or�p|l ^tealmg home. disvoloped poor fotn^iMMs tes-Boston innings, PIS^ >kJi^ xund'(;ui:fu� M^^l -iinound , fan second, piiMt5^o'�*l�'-% alders bay gelJ^|Sl�-'^f^iti; I' open hifeh la^^hj^ *on>shjivirit^^^^^ leap oj sixjt^gmg^wo IndhesUes^, tha� thfe ifesfek^ Wry record .of^ . hls'-bodt-with Frana;iaaa|;in ? * �ESffls W to the feltl-7�SinB ? .4i . on mi)' .18' .IB -.20 .18- WidnliiVg, Aprli itiarkats ttodmr were: Wtita--  May .. , -i........ July ,. .1. ..... dfltob^r .1-...... May .. .......� July .. ..J......... FIftk. 9-1 m mi.. ..[........ 11* Jtlly.. 116% October........."oy, ClJosing Casli Pirlcfes No. 1 Nortivelm......... -- No. 2 Noi-tiJeA -.........f Close 98>,4 86Vi � 118 120 V* 901A aeighbor-opBIHients, each inak- feet eight inched, coUVK *ith six- f pfoaches to' the b secondji-|*y^V fl 7�Mi"''w|Bi''biydesf' nutaibffi^r i j.v ^ ljadies^.1�airticipat?d. tonight's* prQgram,.v,Mi ing F. O.,l.owes' hi lntott'wid^;:^ut"bar 'I Mrs. Fetguson wi" SI singtl ^Mllwaukel^ at t^ledo^ post-i poned, wot grounds, ' , * KanBa�'City?,':..'�.ct^ 'Tjpbn my syatem.laft'd yoy-get Tfnnanr,.t*uir iaj4u�j*�jmij^=^^ jajg. Ferguson winnmg* ,1-^, ^''"^e.;- lag .iinsiccMsfii^ s'^tl^/^ufc made ',adster%W to� of ie;, TheMsijSSJlod'etfaed leith' ^yf on becond. Md, hut " " FIGHTING DICK HVLAffD: * - M/^TOH^DfWITH 8'0A,l.^R; Vanoovver 'Prompter ^i?s Offered $1000 Purap for the Bou'ti-' / W|nn�e Mb�t� Baytey ^ Edmonton, April'lO.-The-i^uch-de-bated auastion ae ^o -whlt^li Is the toet--ter man, Jild Scalar or'Kghting Dick Eiyl^nd, will ba decided, on April 26, it pnsent arrangtoieniB bold good,j Last, night both i ,^dmonton ligHt-; .uref^tf tecei.ed wires Iiom -Whistler 1^nett.ia.,Y?uQ0i;iVer promotei", ofter-,i�g to'jtoatoh^ihom'ior alhousand dol-'laT Bufse'-at The,Stevenson arena, ^th men areto bc allowed $100- for aaapftnaea and are to be in Vancouver at least one week beforei the bout, completing their training in that city, The purse can be split any way to suit tha principals, Hyland is Willing �Wteil seen lost night Dick Hylaud 8fti4"'that'ho had wired his accestane* and -^tfB awiltitiB transp'ortatipn, nsooj r*cei^ ot which he wofifd 'leave for; ,tj}^e.'f0apt' immediately., Diok-lSi'tick-V^i tb death to get another ehance at| gdaler aiiflV^frUl 'start training this afteomoon, m ord^r that he may be In' the'l>e3t of condition for the bout. 'f-,KiA- SoaleR is also agreeable to the .�'offer and wiU ajscept. ' '"^hei real reason for the boutjis that rdPlJonejvt 14 .required for Jo^ Bay-" miM^^ i splendid arena at Sto- .^jgnf^^tjout-'l,* miioa Bw^V troi; 'aSM!Ouv�r! j.^nd.hy bxinfe; 'TnBltJ^'t.fl VaVcouver. thfcprdinotera m'*e^(ij>t^'t0'. vThe ihegiikning of^the pec^nd spasm found both, tea^s fttwSflfaethemffelves; for a 'strenbpjip;W^,;'?5.%Ov6rs��i; went Mrai|ht>5mM-'bfpSpents* ter-riW .'but. T,BnnMit|:j�^tain^-poBseB-slbn of the,ban,4na.witlv^"'b^V?r run and a xriigniacentt;'ti^.^iwhi^&.wS�fsa,Yed b7 Pattowon. While ^n^e-^I^ft^ty area Bdnnerman bandled".the' ball' and th* (Sverseas were penalized,-^illfets ilck; ing the goal. .fAfterothoj-soore'was made "The Eesl^' '�e^|d to"* lag some what; feeling sure that'' tbe Seaa iould not tie the score.' M -was evident- that the boys'^ ,were tiTed, this; btdng their first real,gadie, a;id they did not eStttrt *emMt|^j�fit whe^ necessary, 'So theBepAlikd the lion's share ol tiiB play.-UuV^pPl'^l'fa* called; .before i^hey �ould j ipaut the net iotj a point. , ' ' >'pefereed by'J.GuTr. SMALLPOX Minneapolis, April -1 pox scare among ihd.' Minneapolis baa'abou" today .pbyMclans m tion of the players, cause for alarm. ''�:.Myt�oat:^4tli;aU^tUi%fqol.re^^^^ heVrfe Toundin- Into shape jow^thei^ J,rrec^aIlWaH.:5if^^^^ -i;,.^^u�.,fe gave us^i^o grajjd'stand} TIE-IN Y; E pk. BOWUNG , thlrlis'-t^t^mok-SS^tf td toe played {i5t6&fY.A;o>A~. doffiiitory bWl-ing fofira)lTnBfit;;anA with, the 'fiuish; Ifed for%T chWiOnshii). Each team plsysVeliW 'gttfiies',. and'ladders all ha^e:%oir-ttvl -anl lostrrtbre-e-:' AThe tOUniMiit'^fitSS.He^n prodiictiv'e tA pomej'eWU^nt sport, with a live and Int�^Bir ffeJ*hi , The standing: CarTjtfjy ,^d^Mcllyea ' � JSrttliirfiK> JWInter WhcAnt- N(J. 1 ... .4. � N0i>:2 � i  No. 3 .......... No. 4.....A. ... No. 2 C. W{. ... No.'3 cm ... Ex.;no. ^ iJBed> . No. 1 Feed '-----1 1^0, 2 T'ded J..;.. Barley- \ / NO. 3'... ...I m 4......, ... Rc-Jeoted ... '.. Foed ...^...1 . Flax- 1 No. 1 N. �V^T. (J,' KILLED' box St, Paul,'Minn, ate of the Minnd day Itilled the MoeJ.^.-,n;'^'-f�sn-i>'-limited boxing conte^^^hlg/Bfete.v ENGLISH London, April lD.-;j!-f�^SA^3^7P''?f League today ^^_j]^_^'^m^ . j.+u^/O^X^'flPrmS'itiuraftor^tolL tn uwd;bkti4ms^'^*? ."t defeated Bristol Rov nU. CUBAN JUMiJ Romanach, tha,^(jTi signed (by. Manager .1 with the Beds, has the team. The ' , attached to Cuba and'i play with teauis on |he[ ference to the "big lej, hag fined Marsang ana,; hans, f2e �ach tor porting. m stage ft pwampionnhip show Butttclent ^'^ll?."!^'^^^"'!)^ May. ' " ' . ' ^league,, , " ' McGRAW 0Ut. JPAM ''DOWN ' New York, April'iO.-Kmg^M^' ed Ws team'to tw6n,1;y'^v S JpSt kirn ^rW4CaUfornia, -Wllh-Mrs. ShoVi* *l^oeo'h.ealth is Im- ; paired. ']^ef,^.-i*nf: ;FM-ir^ll'wlir probably go to �fn 4 lOTt'stfriie g � ^ ''iSifcAPD ^PO^- f8T.,'l0UlS','l 'Ohicrtgo, A^rlP 10.-=^Jtomy pbec!^; ^dfeffie ti&Oiis outJfUIdar, was aoid! "I^vla Nationals by fid Cht-i oawNntiAmo tod^-y-fSt, Loulb ob-l 'llAni'i'^ J. B. iTPRNEY & COMPANY , B'hcnf. 785 and 1755 Lethbrldfle, Alta. . 12.5 S.eond AvJ, 1 A B.D 68?6 4 234136033? ;