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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, April 18, MARKET! GAMES IN MAJOR O^GUE Rir the Show of the Lethbridge - Kennel Club Next . Week ; fWlantpes. Man., April 17.-Wlanl-fasotere are out to boost the re^ tectly icim�d Dominion Kennel olub. ^ha first shoPvp to be lield wbloh. tains plM� at lyatlibrldse next weak, to l^ave a laiM Mpresentatlon from tha Itjr, fix all 97 dogs, In 'tie care ot awxns^ Kgnocb. and Jack J^Ietoher, BM CeiRf to the show, a special car bwri&g Iwan chartered, for the ooca-Vtqs, ^d 'Will be attached to a train �]it^ leaves the C. P. R. yards tpd^y M.lhio p.ml flouie of 'the best dogs M Aetr olaaaas In the whole ot Oa-Jubte �jn tootitaed la the pMtx. inSIVmiNG FOR DAVIS l.-H-.irA'i, �_: ���� 1- - .. 1 �, ,.-iiifc.-. , -I limiAt) AT NEftT SIDE, NEW, YorBK TO SEAT Six THOUSAND ;'v:v:; : , .PEOPLE' .-, N A lesson In geography, at this season of the year. How the globe looks to Johnny Canada, junior. A Garment tp Fit Your Individuality HIOJILANOBRS PIRATED POOKL.Y New York, April 17,-The Amerl-cans opened their season h^re today under; ideal weather conditions, hut �played poorly and lost to Washington, 9 to 3, before a large crowd that had �turnedi out to greet the team under its new manager, FYank Chance. ;�'�completed, yesterday. Tie matches ",wiJl be held on the court of the West ,islidc Tennis Club. Accommodations , , for! 6000 spectators will be ifrovided. ;=*S^!;�H.,i Dii^Wrann, .president, of the A, % s vSiBOV&riilng (body, aotmg for'the Inter-f:'mJia^ou9l committee,, yesterday author-:;to be i;l^^^^ American and' Austra- ilian players after the arrival ot the ^Iftter in San Francisco on April 25. vijjgifei cities, fortnuat^ In securing these iSv^jsompetltlonB are San Franolscb, iWOtnahi^; GUlOago,, Pittsburg. Phlladel-H;#,iI*Ja� Bpston^^^^^^^ Piping Rook ByYWP UP LACROSSE .^LAYERS Lionel Yorke, ^anagftr of the Victoria B. C, lacrosse team, who Is In the east locking for players. He Is said to. have a pooket full of money and -lote-of good Jobs to offer to clever stick handlers In eastern Canada. POSTPONED GAMES London, April 18.-In a postponed Second Division football game, played yesterday, Hull Cl-ty defeatedjGlos-Sop toy the ecore of 2 to 0; while In a postpooeid Southern l*ague game Northampton drew with 'Swindon Town, each netting a goal. mm ili m Will not be nearly as interesting to / tK� T3�3ten of Lethbridge as the Three ireat Specials at the Semi-Ready itipife tor SATURPAY The first t�n men to purcliase a pair I of shoes OH Saturdayiwill get the pick f of my stock for, per pair ...... S3.00 SPECMLNd.2 A fine Une of Soft Felt Hats, regular values $2.50. to .$3.50. Special only, ^ each ................ -------$1.00 SPECIALNo.3 See the three suits that we will sell t for $18.00 to the first three men to buy . p^'f suits Saturday morning or pick of the piy^ii^e carry.the best.ami largest line of Men's ''Euynishin^s -in the city. \^0upjx,,iijovL are in need see us, but come ja|;l^ and^iget in on one. of these three bar-'"'listed  aib.ove. ^mi-Ready Store iocbj Fifth street South bUtEMAINT, Proprietor The Terrible Toe Hold BAD BASaShBUNNING LOST ; 'Chicago, April 17.-Approximately . , ' , 128,000 fans greeted the opening of as well as your figure can be made i the American baselball seasoti here, from any fabric contained in the 1 and saw Chicago defeat Cleveland. 2 Mkle Attire.samples which we now have oh view. ^. Wear clothes made for you alphe, � � . . I. i not for a score of men about your � ^f*""^; ^ Another Russian strong man has' . ^ | Cleveland wilted, under the fervor of the Gotch'Size.  � toe hold. . A y�ar or more, ago it was ^ Wear George Hackenschmldt who braised.! _ rrt______Ja.-j*** to 1. The game was a pitcher's battle. Poor base-running on the part of Chapman probably cost the visitors the game more than anything else, himself cii his -cltc^r from, a Chicago 1 �" V 000 000 100- 1 3 3 GWoago 020 000 000- 2 5 1 Mitchell and Land; Kahler, Scott and Sobalk. wrestling mat and urged the lowan | ^I'lT"^^-^ (g^r^tf in the name ot humanity not to exert! full pressure on a suffering ' pedal ^ Hundreds of cloths for yoUT selection. #5 to $35 - RIDPATH Cash Tailor NOTICES digit. This time it was George Lurich, who for some months' has aijhed tvt a chance to Wipe out the indignities thrust upon Hack. Gotch and Lurich had^ It out on the carpet in Kansas City and Luricb's shoulders kissed the mat twice.  \ - Tie reportof the proceedings says: 315 6th Str; FOR ' DETROIT Detroit, April 17.-Mark Hall, a recruit secured from th.e Omaha club, pitched his first game for Detroit today, and opened the local season by defeating St. Louis, 4 to 3. Detroit won the game in the eeoond inning by pounding Leverenz for three runs. Score: St. Louis .... 000 000 210- 8 6 4 Detroit..... 130 000 000- 4 6 2 Leverenz and Agnew, Stone; Hall and Stanage. PULLEID OUT IN NINTH Philadelphia, April 17;-A base on balls, with the bases full, and no one out, In the ninth, forced Daley In with the winning run of the opening game of the American league season here today, tiie final score 'being 6 to 5.- .Score: ' Boston .. 005 000 000- 5 8 0 Philadelphia . .010 100 031- 6 12 2 Collins and Canigaa; O'Brien, Bender and Thomas. National  DO'SELB A WHALE Boston, April 17.-A ringing -l-wo-ihagger by "Cy" Seymour, ox-GIant, sent'in as a fcinch hitter this afternoon by Manager Stallings, of Boston, put two runs ovar In th^ ninth Inning and tied thiJ score, but New York won S�to 2, in tlie tenth.' In that Inning, Captain ^>oyle, of the visitors, hit safely for �he fourth time, scoring Fletcher. Doyle made two singles, a douhie and. a home run In five times at haV eeourlng 'four of New York's five Uits. Score: ' , NeW:' York.. OOO 100 010 1- 3 5 Bostpn .000 000,002 0-!! 9 Mfjltfiewaon. and WHson; Perdue, Rarldea^.JaineBand Devogt. ; PUCKJS HIT IN SIXTH PStt?t>�rg, Pa.,.April 17.-Pittsburg won "the opening game of the season here io^ayv defeating Cincinnati, 3 to 2, In the. presence oCa large crowd. The locals won the game In the sixth inning, acQClng. three runs 'by touching up Suggs' delivery in lively fashion. 'Score: Cincinnati ... 000 010 100- 2 9 �Pittsburg ..... 000 003 000- 3 8 Sifggs, Works and Clark; Adams and Qlbson. BVERS HIT HOMER St Louie, April 17.-Chicago piled np a big Boo're off Grlner today. Cheney pitched almost perfect ball up to. the nlnthj St. Liouls obtaining, one hit tip to that time. Schultz made a hpmc run In the ~ seventh, while Saier made a triple xs^A Bvers a home run }n the eighth. St; Louis' only run CHme in tha final Inning on two alngli^s, Cheney's error and a base on i'bttll9. Score: Chicago 012 000 121- 7 10 St. Louis .... 000 000 001- 1 3 . Chefiey.,and;,B;reBnahan; Grlner and Wingo. ;. Grains and Pr'ovlsloni Prices paid farmers: No. 1 Northern .. .. >.; ..i No. 2 Northern .. ..-i No. 3 Northern .. No. 4 Northern .. ...i No. 6 Northern'.. '..^ .v .V No. 1 Rod ... No." 2 Red ..... .... ..... ... No. 3 Red ... ... No. 4 Red .. .. ,. ,.� Alfalfa, No. 2, per ton .., .. i.r Prairie............ ... 1XM Bran $19.00, ai.oo Oats ..................ti.... pi...,n... Beets ...........,.,;,..,.....�..�� .OS^^ Potatoes...........r.i^(Mn:....,.....n July .. . October The executive-ot the qity Football League will meet tonight at,eight o'-dock in Mr; Haxton's office, Cony-beare block. RIFLE CLUB SHOOT The LethbPldge.jRifle association shoot to be held'on Saturday afternoon will be their first this season, [and with the ranges In first class con-'dltlon the event should prove SHPcess-ful, .....V,.'. International Toronto .......................... \ -\\ Newark.....................� " Maxwell and Berais ; Atchison and Smith., Montreal............ ...... Providence............. ..... Mattorn, Burns and JBalley and Kocher. ' FOOTBALL ,V SECRETARIES The secretaries of the - football clubs of tfie Citjff.League,axe requested to meet thlw :everilng in Mr. Hax-ton's office at s�v*n o'/Clock to drayv up the league schedule. r BAVLEY AND . BARRIEAU MATCHED Vancouver, April 17.-Joe Bayley aDdvBmle Barrleau were matched today-for a fifteen-round bout for the Ugfativeight championship of Canada The" bout .will bo staged on May 24, but the site of the battle has not yet been: arranged. GAMES IN MmOR LEAGUES .... 6 5 4 2 9 6 Carpenter ; Buflalo ............................. 1 \ 0 Jersey City............. 'S> 0 Fullpnweider and Gpwdy ; McHale and Wells. Ho'chester .....^ ...... .......... 8. 11 0 Baltimore .................. ...... 2 7 2 Shilwkey, Smith and Egan; Quinn and'Plalr. Northwestern Vancouver ......... .;....... ...... 8 Tacoma ............................ 4 IngcrsoU and Lewis ; Criger Crittenden an(J[ Churchill. (Eleven innings).. Victoria............: ............. 3 Seattle ..........................., 4 Wilson and Meek ; Gype, Dell Cadman. Association Louisville ...... ....... 3 8 Minneapolis ..................... 0 i Woodbutn and Roth ; Olmstead and Owehs. ' Columbus............ 1 10 Milwaukee................."....... 5 11 McMillan and Smith ; Slapnika and Hughes. Indianapolis .................... * 3 6 Kansas City'................... 8 12 ^ Merz and Casey ; Morgan and 0 -Connor. 12 3 7 5 and 5 1 0 2 and OHE^WIIVG TOBAOOO 18 IN A CLASS BY ITSELF f - It surpasses .all others in quality and flavour, because the Pjocess by which it is made differs from others;-It is deU-ciously sweet and noi�-irritating. , SOLD CypRYWHeRe; lOo A PLUQ |qCK eiTY TOBACCO Co., Wanufacturers,,QU�BEC Spokane ........................... 2 Portland .........�......... ......... 0 Batteries missing. ... J Toledo ............................ 4 7 St. Paul ........................ ^�Ji Henderson - and -Livingston-; Walker and James. ',� � ,, Coast League Sacramento ...... 89V6 Closa 9114 92% 86% 361^ 86% 115 ' 117 % .120% 90%! 88 851^, 811/6- v 72' ea 92 , 9014' 87% 84 � 341^ 32 VL' 33 Vs .32% SOi/i 48% 43 113 Close 87% 89% 90 V 91% 90% 89% LACROSSE MOGULS MEET ON AMIABLE GROUNDS East and West Not Lil the j^Brltlsh Coir umhia Interests in the game. Everybody seemed satisfied at .the conclusion of the deliberations, and-Jones and Yorke left.lor home to-' night assured that the settlement of troublesome que.stlons had been reached, and all danger of disruptiou passed. , . IF KILBANE BEATS DUNDEE r HE MAY FIGHT DRISCOLL Oakland .........^................... 6 H 3 San Francisco ,.;...... ......... 3 6 2 Killilay and- RoTxrer ; Thomas and Spencer. , . Los Angeles ...................... i 7 2 Portland......... ..........2 10 3 TOserand Boles; West and Fisher. PRESIDENT OF INTERNATIONAL. LEAGUE NEVER A BALL PUYER BUT ONCE A "PRINTERS' DEVIL" Ed, Barrow, the president of the In-fiernatioinal League, is one of the ablest dictators that ever ruled a hapeijall circuit. Before he Teaohcd his present, position he 'was Buccess-ilYeiy. "printer's devil," cub , reiporter, .jnanufaotuier of soap, hotel-clerk and .jn^naper,' instructor in boxing, ij^ht :^rpm6ter, bush league president and; msinager of a big: league club. Never a-player, he was yet always interested baseball, and the gamor has iver been thc .greatest passion :pf bis Jljfei; In his younger days, as an ama-.teiir/he was a crack boxer, and be has faced in friendly bouts such profes-'Bldnals as JacR McAuUffe,. Bob Fltz-.simmons, PettiP Wahar and Denver Los Augeles, April IS.-r-Articles o6 agreement , for . the featherweight championship Kilbnne-Dundee fight at Vernon, on April 29, were signed yesterday, by - the .fighters' managers. The champion's manager said a fight with Jom Di'IscoU, the featherweight champion of England, was in prospect if Kllbane won, from Dundee, Ed ^milth. 'Barrbv was for some time njanager ot the old Staley Hotel In Pltt^bijrg., Later.: he bad the scoreboard .privilege of the Smoky City ball y^rd, ,'ln,'18|)7 and rthe two,years following be, was president of the Atlan. tlo LB?igiiei.and,c<�nducted fight cUibs In P)illa^lphla, during the v;I,nter OToiitljIs.'' With' -J^ko Wella, the old-time' ball-pl�tyer,..,iJarrow l)ullt'the flrst vaudevm^i; tlieatre in ,.}Uchmond, Va. AUc^'etbBit,'-�ibe't^^^ iof the. Inter-national 'L*eag'ue: chief has been one of ;yp{84/iinW'r9&ta:',and ; spectacular corom�i?''plai adyfln'tures. Ho has gone broke vaBfY tim^s, and as often has reilusedsto. b^ebnie a mUlIonalro because of his lovfe tor the "rolling aton?"'Uf'?.* ,  � � Whan extending hospitality it is a sign of good taste-ia serye ' . JohnJamesoB Whiskey Yon wont dlBappoinfe a jfrfend if you offer fiioa^ JOHN JAMESON 2511 01 787415735?66 A/4?A D//.A ;