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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 16, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta ^ THE LETHBRIDGE HEBAIiD Wednesday, ^pyil 16,1913 OF fOOTBALl LASTNIGH S. O.E. Put Up a Gailattt ' Fight but Fell Before Callies i^' \ in Wright Charily Final �:!.v^'Aa tbe outcome of a football matoh Itibftt win go down jn the annals of football liistorf^ as one ot the finest, kWiiiMt, a�d cleahest of games, the /Kalpdonian squad are claimants to 'ith6 Wright Charity Shield, by theic en? to ttil defeat of tbe Sona of Kn;^ iand at" tl� bidl park last night. .It . nvas. the 'fiaal, postponed from last siKoasoDj' and was Iteenly contested by gave the boys an excellent op-:);put.tmitY to size up their worth for '!ith^ year's league games; which commence in about tw and had the Qimgm in t^e early part of the first Sfii&lfii About the middle of the half ,-;(|tfj Sons began to show their form, K;btffctaking the game as a whole the f'-iim half was the Callies', and the IjiiS^fldthe Sons, although the Callies  - Kj^fle ^eir score in the second, wheii '|{M^re,' as a climax to a strenuous -bn^away, shot a ol^an, straight ^feigbalj'iThe Callies showed fiie strong-fci^fc deiense, and the S. O. B. the febests forward line. 'Iv^Hetts, tlie Sons' plucky captain l^-and, right half,' proved himself the stay.,' by brilliant and ' spsclaculaSr playing-throughout the contest, jis'sll^e. j^e; stood, out,preeminently: |,yEbr its lack of any dirty playing, and: p?5Vlll*always be remembered as ah ex-d?^ionally pleasant match. Tite line- ^f^r--��- � - te'4(f?allies-TMoIntyre; Bannerman' and ,^^jtjStba;"Brennan, Whyte (Capt.) and '{Iff^xH;; Knight. Moore, Glen, Linning > S.,,0,-.,B-T-Jrawkins ; Parxis and ^"�^rW,iHeit?i (Capt.), - Holberton ,jj^rLe?!-�';'4ord8n; Parker/ (Jallaghfe^^^^ OtB,sa; .and- 3estwick. Jj^pfe'Eee-rO:,, &urr............ SPAIN RAISES IN raONAL TODAY Us la' ^taway day for tlie'lnter-aV League, Edward Grant Bar-fp/' great otganizaitlpn of baseball �at,' and,' waXfipi all sisns ta.il, it Is j^|l6':be f'kcme rafia" The 1912 "aplons,^-Toronto, naturally wan^ bo "i^'ahC Bocheiter, having formed fiant'^abitinypreTlous years, i8^anjdous to; come back, Bal-metropolis of the circuJitV bh'j^'eW'the glanrlea oC tbe major yp. Orioles, is filled with tans ^rou's for anothei: -flag, and the ^emeo't is doiiigritB 'best ^o ol^lig'^ jf^^ol^iw teams, according to their '^geV's,.are reasonably certain to i^^lh,the first diviBlotf.  , jjliiilson's Bay Co. '^HONE 613-WINE DEPT. sconisH CUP The result of the cup tie final between Raith Rovers and Falkirk was not liable to surprise anyone. The ^bairns'' have had a Iqt Pf oup-tie �x-peri�uce and tbat tells in the finals. However, th� result -was more decisive than was anticipated, as a number of bets were made tha.t the first game would result in ft, tie. Being placed at Glasgow would help all enthusiasts. Falkirk have a number of honors to their credit this season, and tbe fact that they knocked out Rangers and Hearts adds to the honors of 1913. ' The Game � , It wais a keen punishing game from the start and Falkirk early showed their superiority, Falkirk played the open g&me, which is so telling in a cup tie and q|lth Rovers were defective in shooting for goal. After about 20 minutes' play J. Robertson scored thevflrat goal, but this reverse only encouraged the Rovers to renew their attan^ oh t&e Falkirk goal. Time and agai� only the goal post prevented the Rovers from scoring, and when the whistle hlew for half time it was anyomefs game; Falkirk had all itho luck and ope goal on hand. Second Half Falkirk kicked oft and invaded the Movers' territory, but found a strong defensive game against them. The Rovers were very nervous and a trifle too �ager, probably owing to a desire to equalize the score. The game was op'entill'T. Jiogan by a auick rertflra notched the second point, and then it was an open question jis - to the probable ;sc9re. Rfsuit: Falkirk 2; R^itli 3x>vers 0> ;;S?OTTISH LEAGUE 0plytfiv'v. 32 10 14 8 ,28 Iforl^n '7-1 ... '.V .. 33 J.0 M 7 27 DiincfiBe �,. .. ...i., 32 8 14 10 26 B^th SQVpre ... .... 28 7 12 9 23 Pflirf;Jpk Thistles 'ii. 30 8 18 4 2(0 Qoeen^lg Park..... 32 6 26 3. 9 8EEKINS ENTRIES FOR BOSTON DOG RACE Handicap Affair to Come Off on June 10-or.-Thereabout Boston, April 15.-Members of the Eastern Dog Club are scourtng Eng-, land, Canada and the United States jfor whippets .to enter in the big handicap raise to be held by the dub about June 10. Already there 'are four-teca. entriifiB, enough to assure three hsr.ts and a final. Every dog eiiteredjpuBt^ be owned by a member,an eastern dog club, but ithe number of entries that each may make is unlimited. TWO-GOAL TIE 1 -wLondoni .Asprll 16.--In the First Division, i Ojdbam Athletic drew with Derby-County, the flnftl score bejj)g two all. , NOTICES dVERSBAd FOOTBALL CLUB -.'A pjiactiae London, April 15.-Sir Thos. > Lipton is deriving great pleas- ? ure from ^ cablegram received ? by him today from the Yacht ? Racing Associatloa of Massar ^ chuBotts, which reads: ed the sportsmanship of your unconditional challenge. Wish you well-sailed match in 1914. �> (Signed) Bliss, Secretary." -Cincinnati, Ohio, April 15.-A bat-'Jing rally in the fourth, coupled with Packard's wildness nett�d St. Louis five runs and enabled them to win today from Cincinnati by a score of 6 to 3. The pitching of Salee, who relieved Burk jn the fourth inning, was easily the feature. He allowed the locals only one lut and this counted for nothing 'in the roa-get-ting. ' Works, who relieved Packard in the fourth, was also effective hut .wild. Score : St. Loui.s . . . .010 500 000-6 11 1 (Cincinnati . , . .200 100 OOO-3 B 2 BurJ(, Sallee and MacLean; Packard, Works and Clark. ;> ' ' POSTPONED-' Brookly atvNew York, rain. Boston at Philadelphia, tain. 4J)Eiericaii WALSH THERE .ON TIME St. Lottis; 'A-pril 15.-Chicago defeated St. Louts today 5 to 8. Walsh, although Wt rather hard 'at times, held the locals sate when they had an opportunity to tie the score. Chicago scored in the'third on a hase on balls and'' Williams' error on Lord's easy fly. In,the fourth Chicago'added two more on two inflield errors, an InfleSd'hlt and' Sohalk's double. Chicago - brought, their total up to five 111 ^aBe flfUi on Both's walk, Collins' siai^ and Borton's double. Williams' dpuJtlfi and Pratt's single in the foarth scored St. Louis' first run. In the Seventh St. Louis scored .on a.base on bails, a double' and iJofantftoii's single. In iiaa inning tValsi'sJtpuck out the next three men. Score': Chicago.....001 220 000-5 10 2 St. Louis . . , .000 100 200-3 9 8 Wa}sh and Scbalks ; Mitchell and Alexander and Agnew, HIGHLANDERS BEAl' RED sox Boston; April 15.-JHlts for extra baseS'gave New, York a 3 to 2 victory qver-the World's Champs today. Keatipg, the Highlander's recmit, pitchpdiov'flne form after the first, inning; "Chase played a star game at second-base, .making his first assist of the season, at that position whenjii he: scooped Gardner's fast gr'ouri^ejc" in - the sixth and made a lightning tjhrow to first. Fears that Chase's .arm ,had besn seriously injured in .ptractice yesterday were dissipated by his-work today. Score: New York . v. ;oa 100 000-3 7 2 Boston ... , . .aoo GOO 000-a 8 2 Batteries->Keatlng and Sweeney; Hall and i?�nam^kcr, FALKENBB'rG-..SHUT out TIG- Cleyelandf AtwU 15.-Fred Palken-berg, secured this spring by Cleveland from Toledo, shut out Detroit today, while Cleveland secured 11 hits off Bohlerf and won 9 to 0. Boh-ler, a recruit^: was wild, hitting three men and giving passes to six. Jackson, Cleveland'^ slugger, .was hit, on the head ,by a pitched ball and stunned for a: moment. Palkenberg pitcli-ed great ball, only one Detroit player reaching, third base.. Score : Cleveland ; . . .000 105 102-9 11 1 Peti^biiti 1 , . .000 000 000-0 6 2 Palkenberg and Carisch; Bohler and Stanage. - ' :P0STP0NED Washlngtofl-Phlladelphla, postponed on acoountlof rain, Assoei&tion IndianftpoUs . . .080 000 OSl-7 6 2 Minneapolis . ..020 000 100-3 7 2 Schart and Casey; Owens and Leil-velt. LOCAL PRICI^S Grains and Provisions 'Prices paid farmers: No. 1 Northern .. _____ .... .1 72 No. 2 Northern .. ,. .. .. ... 69 No, 3 Northern........... Co No. 4 Northern........... K-t No. 5 Northern ... ^ ...... 56 No. 1 Red ................ '69 kNo. 2 Red ... ... ______. ... 66 iNo. 3 Red ......... ...... 03 No. 4 Red........ 68 Alfalfa, No. 2, per ton ,..... 9.00 Prairie............'...... 11.00 Per ton Cattle-Carrots ........; .01J Turnips..................................... .01H Parsnips ,............................ .03jt Beets ......fc.............:,.......... -03 Wholesale prices-California tomatoes, per orate 4.75 Oaoumbers, per dozen........75 Green onions, per-dojon bunches .75 Strawberries, per orate .... .. 4.50 Steers, live........... Steers, dressed ..... Cows, live..................................0" Cows, dressed.......................... .U Produce- Potatoes..............v.�r.-!..........TT.. 18.00 Cabbage ................'...................* �Oil ^ Onions..................................... O.'i Bran....................................*.1B' !! .500 Olnplnjnatl , . o - 2 .000 New Torlt ., '.i.,^.,. *0 2 .000 AMERICAN^ I .,.,.,:, ,. . ,,\v./,-.L. , P.O. Phiiad^phla ... t,.;. ,2-;\ 0 I.OOO, Washington .....1.....0 1,000 8t.'-L9^i:>";; .1. .,. 3 2 .600 Cblcags/,,, ,. 3 2 , .eoo Cleveii^'d:."iV^^ 2' 2 ' .500 New Yorte .'. 1- 2 .833 Detroit,'.,- ,. .,,1 ^ .250 (iBofltoi^,^;,.,. 1, 3 .250 ....... .07 .13 WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg. April 16.-The marltets today -vi-eTo: Wiieat^ Open May .... .... .. .. 90% July ... .. .. .... . nV* October ..,........ 87% Cats- May .. .. .. .... .. M% July .. .. .. .... 35% Flax-May .,........� .. 13^/4 .July........ .... 115% October ., ... .. IIS'ai . � \ y: � Closing Cash Prices Wheat-No. 1 Nor^Jiern...... No. 2 Northern .. ... .. .. ... No, 3 Northern .. .. ^. .. No. 4 ... ... ......... ... No. 5 ... ... ..... .... No. 6 ... ... ... ... ... .i. Feed ... ... ... ... .... .... Wliiter Wheat-No. f .............,..... No. 2 ......... ... ... .... No. 3 ... ... ......... No. 4 ... ............ Oats- No, 2 c: w. No. 3 C, W. Ex. No. 1 Feed............ fio.l Feed........... No. 2 Feed ............... Barley-No. 3 ... ... ....... ... No, i4......... ... ...... Rejected ........... ... Feed ............. ...... Flax-No. 1 N. W. C----- � Minneapolis Wheat  Open May............. - July_____ .. .. .... 87% September , 88% Chloaao Wheat May.....� .. .. 89% July .. ... .'. .. 8914 September .... ..... 88% grain Close 90% 91% 87% So a 6'A 114% 117i.i 120 � 89% 87 84 >4 81 76 im 63 92. 89% 86% mi - �AZ\i 33 U 32% 30% 49 48 43 42 113% Close 86% 88% 90% 89% 88% By Appointment H.M.THE KINCI Buchanan's RED SEAL �4, " 1 Th( 'Best Two Stoats. JAMES BUCHANAN & CO. SCOTCH WHISKr DISTILLERS ' D. 0. ROBUN, TORONTP , rvl 19387563 ;