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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta ' ' ' '' ^ " ^ "\!?^"v'-"1twi'ii' "' iiT'Ti'''- ' i'II M''ri ''fr' ' ' T ,  Monday, Aprfl M, 1913 GAMES IN MAJOR LEAGUES American WHITE SQX EASY WIN ^ _ 'Cleveland, Ohio, April 12,-Cleve-land's pitchers were, wild and inef-lecfcive today and Chicago scored almost at will, winning 13 to 2. Steen, who replaced Mitchell with the hases -full :n the filth, allowed hits which resulted in five runs, while G-laven-jch," a California recruit who finished Ithe game, gave Chicago chances to score Ave more- Seven Chicago players were, given first base on balls. TThe gaine was called in the seventh ,to enable Chicago to catch a train tor St. Louis. Cleveland ..;........OOO 210 0-3 9 2 iGhlcago...... .-..,..102 050 6-13 15 1 ADAMS. GOING ST.RO^^0NBMBWTS -'."'-Natjoaal-Ijeague: � "'^.,'.,,4BoBfon, atNew.Xork, rain. ' Brooklyn at �rt::Sfc^LmilB;;::rain. ^-V;:;' CUBS LOST FIRST GAME Chicago, April 12.-The b*lated op-enins of the National League season hero took place today, when Chicago lost to St Louis, 5 to 3. The locals played an uphill^ game, but could not overtake the visitors. A chilly, damp air blew across the field, and caused the small opening crowd to shiver through the game. Score: St. LoalB .... 200 020 010- 5 10 3 Chicago ,. .. 11,0 000 100- 3 10 0: . Grintjr and Wingo; lavender, Smith Cheney and Bresnaban. CT.IB3 WIN Chicago, April 13.-Chicago won the Hrst game of the series with Pittsburg here todfiy, 6 to 4. Pitcher Hendrix, of the visitors, had twohad innings, in which the locals battered him all over the field, and hejretired. Cooper, hi& successor, had little trouble holding Chioago safe for the remainder of the game. Cheney, although a bit wild at the outset, kept the hits of the visitors well scattered. The crowd was so large that it ov-erUowad into the field, and ground rules were made, making & hit Into the crowd good for two hases. Score: Pi'ttibmg .. .......... i 9 0 Chicago .... .... ... .... 7 12 3 Hendrls, Cooper and ^Gibson; Kelly, Cheney and Bresnaban. Schiidain SCHNAPPS (HOLLANDS GJN> it is not only the most wholesome spirit obtainable as a stimulant for gendral use; it has a beneficial effect upon the liver, kidneys, and other organs as a pick-me-up, tonic or digestiver Wolfii Schnapps is always opportune: , ^ * // is suptrior in every way ip oritnarygjiH. OBTAINABLE AT ALL--- HOTELS ,AND RETAIL STORES. HUDSON BAY COMPANYv � DUtribaton, l FORGET POLITICS AND GO TO THE LACROSSE MEETING TONIGHT CHASE WILL MAKE GOOD AT SECOND Association Toledo . v, * : .000 000 000-0 6 0 Milwaidcee ... .200 000 OOx-2 4 3 Walker and Adams ; Slapnika and Hughes. LouisTille . . � . .002 000 001-3 9 3 Kansas City . . .121 003 4)0x-7 9 1 "Tjou'dermilk and and O'Connork Roth; Schlitzer of. uhlin; dead .000 001 000-1 8 3 .200 400 02x^-8 8 0 Gmith; Olmatead --:-.--^ Lacrosse^ devotees are again reminded of the' gathering of the olan this evening at the Dallas Hotel, at 8 o'clock, The meeting has heen called at the inatigation of'some of the old brigade, the boys who made a, name for l*th-bridge in the lacrosse world In days gone iby. But it Is not a meeting for old-timers alone. Ev 'wfao have been lefthanders. But then,-again, there have been exceptions. ; I .think Chase Is one -of them. He Iwlll shift with th^ players, and T think he can touch baserunners. Iji . Bill Greenwood, who played second base for the Merits way back in 18S4.' was one of the best second packers in the 'business. -He was a great ball player. He was a lefthlinder, but he could play his position as well as any man I ever saw., "Hldf" Carpenter was a lefthanded third Backer with the Cincinnati Reds In 1882. OLD COUNTRY. GAMES London, April 14.-The" following are the results of the football games played on Saturday: First Division ' Bolton Wanderers, 2; Aston Villa, 3. Bradford, 0; Blackburn, 2. Chelsea, 1; Tottenham Hotspur, 0, Liverpool, 2; Sunderland, 5. Maachester City, 2; Sheffield W�d. nesday, 2. Newcastle TJnlted, 0; Notts County, 0. � Oldham Athletic. 0; Mlddlesboro, 0. SUetfleld TTnited. 2; Manchester Un. Ited; 1. West Bromwich Albion. 0; Everton, 0. Woolwich Arsenal, 1; Derby' County,, 2.-;. Second Division ' Birmingham, 3; Hudderstield Town, Bristol, 1; Leeds, 1. Burnley, 4; Wolverhampton, 2, Clapion Orient, 2; Fulham, 1. Glpssop, 1; Barnsley, 0. Notta Fordst, 0; Grimsby Town, 8. Preston, 1; Leicester, 0. Stockport, 2; Blackpool, 0. "'Lincoln City, 0; Bury, 1, Southern League Watford, 1; Queen's Park Rangers, 2., ,,,:�,��', �, � Covtjntry City. 3; Brentford, 0. Crystal Paluce, 0; OllUngham, 1. M�rthyr, 2; Northampton, 1. Southampton, 1; Reading, 1. Portsmouth, 4; Stoke, 1. West Ham United, 3; Bristol Rovers; 1. Uxeter, 1; Swindon, 3. Brlibton and Hove Albion, 3; Mill-wall Athletic, 3. Plymouth, 3; Norwich, 1. Scottish League qjyQe, 2; Dundee, 0. .Qjieen'B Park, S; Hibernians, 5. Motherwell, 0; Kllmarnocki 1. Hea'i'ts, 4; Morton, 2. , MARKETS LOCAL PRICES Grains and -Prcvlslona Prices paid farihors: No. 1 Northern .. i,(. .07 Steers, dressed ..............v..........18 Cows, live..........................~......06 Cows, dressed....................... .11 Pro�uc�- Potatoes..............;.i.r.T.......... 13.00 .0131 .04 OH .01 il .03i .08 Cabbage O�i0BS .............,....................... I tJarrots.................................... 'Turnips...............i Parsnips ............'..................... Beets ...........j^,...v....i...,..�....-f. Wholesale prlcas- Oalltornia tomatoes, per crato 4.75 Cucumbers, per dozen .......7B tfraen onions, per dozen hunchss .75 Strawberries/ per orate .. 4.B0 Bran ............. nsoo Shorts .......*�(ti��*�*���i***i�|k***'� 21.00 Oats ,...............-.....i.v...........30.00 Rolled Oats............................... 21.0Q prices Paid Faimsra Poultry-; Chickens, dressed ,....'M8y:.24.;.; HewwrU 'JAnythlo^lJrom 10 miles up to 20 'win dc me.; t haYo;heatea them all at 15; ;mll'eB--^iKinghoit,''9uwIiiW'ood, and Shruhb-^andT will'^t*okl� them all at:'ten. .J run mostfof th'e,rboy� on May 4;,lBiNeV yoril^ibwt at 15 K�HeB, and should beat" them all ha.ndlly; In fact, the only; man i. am afraid of is Tom Ix>ngboat.-! If!' he i| in Qondltlon he is ttte hardest Jhant In the crew to beat."'' :,;v^v,:.;;:; ;,i:-,'='.('v-w-^',,: ;:,';,t;;^:^:'---: Kojehmainen; will And the Indian ready; H�i^ training, hard now*for his race. Wedneaday ^nlght at' Blvo^^ dale Arena -with'-?Maurio:feli8hcdiby tb� a N. B. P. � OiynseUi chief clerk In itihe pasaengffr ; department. Is .now making schsdules ' an'd-rates, and declared, that within a / few days the C. N. R. will have th� ' only railway oonneotlons with the Arctic-in-..the !.world. After railway,� travel to Athabasoa Landing tha routa : win continue.:northw*rd via the: routa. ' of the MaoKenisle .River, From the lahdlngiiKiasongerB will 'travel direct; by water -to Fort McMwrayi Fort Ohippewyan; - Fort Smith, iFort Resolution, Fort Providence, Fort Slmp-sonj' Fort Wriglay an^ Fovt !Non�an; ^ At:the 'i^t point,: Fort doodhopo, the ,; passenger Idwlthln tbo Arctic Gircle and; from Fort. Qoodhope will he cai� Tied to Fort MoPherson which Is woU nfi'thltt jthe Amstlo Circle, and as Ford, MciPh*wm the midnight sun Is to ba aeenjOSipJalnly^as. in northerui peah'soas. ���f-'��' ,"'I, -'-�'' ,  SAl^UROAY LIVESTOCK 'MARKET^ife : tondon,,-April 13.-JohnRo &� � Coi'oable today that *he: Birkenhead; mark^tiils firmer, with aUght/run on Irish.;8t'eerB,q-uotations:jb!9ing;'14% to 1594v''oen^B, and the quality poor, JoliB Jameson Whiskey Tq ward off a chill to'*brage xip flagging qn.^rgy. to promote spcinfeiiity, to instil :tK;^/:i;enial glow of ' health .*. , .V perleneoll r. - 'w\L4i^.i^:^i2i�^-L......iV m 9999999964 ?733333370 99924 13 ;