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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 21, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta LOCAL PRICES ItGAST WEN 0 HIS Murpliy Grried the Battle to His Opponent in Last Few Rounds and Got the Decision Prince of Wales Golr.g to Be a Real Sport fiteo Francleco, April 19.~For slx-teeu rouEds "Hsrl�in Tommy" Mur phri pt New Tork, ana Ad. �vt^olgast bftttl^ today, iTith }Utk) to ohoo8� tietween 'Uxem. Mo^Bt mined a , rJglK swing, and pavad th� way for a ifightf and �^waa almost a repetition of the krv.Erevtttus meeting berween the two, hm ^(!h: fenaedL ih ^ a draw, Wolgast. land-C Jnpifln.tho.body,^ a^ devot- yjfe!::;lngs;1jlDM�lf'' to his;:rival's face and fe/fe'^eadi!)^WoIgBM!6' punches most of' i;: '(Whijh were delivered at close range, �;:;3aj53c;^dforcei however, and had little r'^prphy declared he was ready to ^f:" 'to^W-'WiUte- Bltohlafor, the �tle at a �^v'"- 'n '�' jnoinent's notice. liandoij, April 21.-The Prtnoo of Wales, who- has already diatlng-uished himself in ''praotlcalty every brancJiiof aport, will shortly turn to horse racing and yachting. His name was recently proposed to tJjid Jockey Club, which, in secnst conclave, accepted him immediately. The Prince will be the youngest member of the club, in fact, no other' person, e.xcept his father, has ever beeax nominated at an age less than twemty-four years. The oitiher sporting adventure of the Prinpo will be his appearance at the Cowes regatta, aa the owner of the Klng'a old racing yacht, Britannia. GAMES IN MAJCm LEAGUES captain of the New York' Giants who has been suspended by President Lynch for bull>raBQlnB Uf"?""* ^y"" WOLGASTS CONQUEROR "Harlem Tommy" Murphy, who de-.feated former .lightweight champion Saturday, and now cHallenges Willie Ritchie for the title WILLIE LEWIS DEFEATED ? ? ? ? ? ? � National TWO lBK>n THE GIANTS The New Tork Olants, playing at ISeaway Pa^kl the- s(/6ne-'(>f. their wiffld's SWiQs reverses, �vfon a double-hMdeprtrotn^^ Nationals iorttEyi the m�mlng gsime'liy a acor� of 7 to 8, and the afternoon gome was ^ captured by 10 to 3, through free hitting of Hes�, in airee innings, and dPesreau's ability to keep the Bosten hits scat-' tered. Captain Doyle, of the Qianta wae BUspieinded by Presldefft Lynch for three days as a mssuH of his altercation' with Umpire Byrne yesterday, Store (morning game}: New Yofk ..  110 003 101- 7 8 C Bo(Ston ..... OOO 001 100- 2 9 � � Antes, Meyers and "Wilson;'James and Bfiiyogt. Altomooft game: New Torfc ., 004 033 000-10 11 Boston..... Oil 000 100- 3 7 Tesreau and Wilson; Hartley,Hess and Rarldan'. Paris, April 19.-The American pugilist, Willie Lewis, was heaten by tb� SVea�hmaii, Ber-nara, on poiitts, Ih a' tw^ty round bout here tonight. The Frenchman waa the toore aggressive. �. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? * * * * IT'S A BEAR! Anierican JOHNSON TOO MANY New, YtTk, April 19.HWaahingtoii .made It three straight bver Nsw York bene today, Walter Johnson' chatting out th'eJNew Yorkerd by a socre of "3 td 0.:, :JtiHSsn was invihoible, and only one VbfC men reaclied second "baSe. Ail, told Johnson struck out-eight men-, Keating and Schultz 'pitched! well for New Y6rk, and Washington, bunched hits in the third and fourth, wlien the vlsltiors scored three rims.' Score: Waahtafirton , 001 200 000- 3 9 New Yorft ... 000 000 000- 0 6 .John'66n and A3nsm!th; Keatltg, SchUltjf'and Sweeney. � I" -A- Old Country Gamv^> . ..^,.,^�j?;ir�t|)l�^^^ i5l$S||i\l�' iftioVe^.vST; kahoiiefitter, 2. DwII^.-'gSunliy^^^ - Xjivef^ol, 5; flcatoB Wander^wa, o. MaftSha^Der Utilt6d,, 3; New Tottenham Hotspur, i; � Woolwltfn Araen'a'l, Iv ; ' Oivlstpn . Grains and Provlalona Prices paid farmers;! No. 1 Northern .. .. .. >  No. 2 N9rthe'rn .. ,. ,. ....  No. 3 Northern .. ..i ..� i.,-. No. 4 Northern .. ..   No. 5 Northern ... ..� .. . No. 1 Red............ .. No, 2 Ilea ... ... ... .... .. No. 3 Red.............. No. 4 Red............. Alfalfa, No. 2, per ton .... Prairie.................. H-O" 6tan ' RECRUirJ-FAILETO St; Lo'ui8j'Apriij.9.-Chicago' took | ithe game here?toda|'', 6 to 1. 'Hunt,' St. Louis' Ntirthv^teni League 'ir&^ crult,'-was unJBteiSSy, and. Chicago; coupled hits with "Base on ball; scoring enough runs W"tbn early innings to "win. Richie was wild, and-passed three men inth^iHir'st inning, buta^t' tied down and pitched alt tight ball for the rest of the^^ame. Score;-Chicago .. ..101^)30.100-^6 7 1 St Louis .'. . 100 00b 000-^1 5 2 lUohie and Aroher;. Hunt, Perrilt, Geyer and Wingo. � . DUBtJC THE WHOLE SHOW -Detroit, April 19.-Dubtio'a fine pitching held St. Louis to three widely Bothered hits and Detroit Won to-day'� gftme, 4 to 0. The pitcher also siarted'two batting ralltee, made htilf bf the  Tigers' runs and threw out seven runners at first. At no time did the-Browns threaten to score. Th* Bcore; '. St. Loiils ... 000 000 OOO- 033 Detroit ... .. 000 001 030- -4 11 1 AlUsoc and Agnew; AletAnder, Du-buc and Mlokee. CLBVELAlVD AXJL TilB WAY . Chicago, April 19.-Cleveland made It two straight -today, by defeating QMoago, 9 to 2. The locals ataa-ted iVith Lange in th* box, hut he "was forced, to retire., After four Tuns had tyeen scored, R. SmDh came to the rescue.'but he w^p forced to 4uit ftf-ier the enemy had accumulated three more. Falkeaburg, although hit hard, had exeeltent auppoTtv Score: Cleveland. .. 010 403 010- 9 M 0 Chicago" .. ,. 000 010.100- 2 10 1 3 FUkepijUrg aiid parlseh; Liftg, R. ^mlth, tJ. "fiiMth and KuBn. PBNNOOK WAS GOOD ITjiladelphia, April 19.-Plahk and Wyokoff .failed to hold B .. ... 022 010 000- 5 9 1 Philadelphia. 410 200 00*- 7 13 0 O'Brien, Hall, LMhard and Carrl fearb'sley, 6; Clapton Orient, 0. BlafeKpooi; k; Hudd^prsfteld Tbwn, l, BTaafdfd.-'fi; fllossop, 0. Bury, '2; NbtW Forest. 0, Fmhftm, Si Lihfloln City, l.  GvmiWt^'vtti, 3; Bflstol Olty, 0. Leed� 0\tf, 4;- Birmingham, 0, LeiQetfter Fo'ase,-2; Burnley, 3. Stookport Cotthl:^, 1; Preston North End, l- '  Woj/efhaitaiptoii, 0; ft\iil city, i. Southern Letffiue Qu4tt'a Park' Rahfee'rs, 4; Merthyr Town, 1. Brentfdfd, 2; Watfcrd, 0. GliUnghath, Oi.PjyiJiouth A-rgyle, 4. Nortjifttopton, 2; -Cryfetil Palace, 0. NOriii'lch, 3;;gl6utllaimIiton, 0. Stoke, 4; Reading, 9.' Min^U Athletic, 0; Coventry. 0. Swln^oh Towh, 0; Wtet Ham United, 0. . � ' . Portsmouth, 2-, BJceter City, 1. , Bristol-Rtnrers, 0;-Brighton and Hovo Albion. . MONDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man. Apr. 21.-the gwdtt prices today were: Wheat; I.ray...... My,...... October ..i .... Oats: May.........;/-. July ... ... ..: . Plax: May......;... July................ 117% 117% October.............. 120% 120% CASH PRICES Wheat: Close. No. 1. Northern .............. 91% ,No. 2. Northern ............. 89Vfe 35% 36 35% 30% 114% 114% 86% 83% 78 73 63 94 91% 88% 86% Seotttsh League PartJck ThlsUe, 0;, Aberdeen, 1. Third LaiaktK OJ Clyde, 3. Morton;!; Ralth'Roveiw.O. Falkirk; 6; Hajnilton Academicals, 0 Du^dee. 0; Olasgow Rangers, 0. Hibetnlnns, 4; Kilmarnock, 0.. GIVE ENGLISH LACROSSE TEAM ENCOURAGEMENT Coast Magnates Will Give. Visitors '. Vifhole of Gate Receipts New Westminster, B;C, April 20.- The Pacific Coast Amateur Lacrosse Association decided at an annual moetlng.held on Saturday night to of. ifer the BnpUsh team the whole oil the pater; receSpts for watches played ag-l^nist Vanoouver, Westminster and Victoria, if a' tour is made next September by them. CANADIAN WON FROM PITTSBURG FIGHTER IN A BOUT AT NEW YORK New York, April 19.-Frankie Kerning, featherweight champion of Canada, knocked out Tedily Hubbs, of Pittsburg, in the ninth round of BASEBALL STANDINGS INTERNATIONAL W.Newark .'. ..... ..3 Montreal----2 Bjiffalo .. _____ .. .. .2 Rochester ....  . �. - 2 ' Baltimore .. ....^ ..2: Jersey City.. .... 1 Providence .. 1 PoTonto..,... 0 0 1 i 2 .2 3 p.c: 1,000 .667 .667 .500 ..600 .383 .333 ,009 Northern Unlon-^Semf't^lrials . WIg?m/.l$; Hull antf Kingston Rover*^ 'SviV.''''- -r:' .v'., fludders'fleldi 8(J; DowBbnry, 3, ; Ytfrkshir* Cup-^Plilal m't%lWiiM fer the- Yorkshire Cup, HeadlRgley won'over Herrage Old . A OOSTIiT ERROR' Cincinnati, April '20.-Making eaiih of their three hits >feount when th�(y were needed, Chicago won from Oin-clnnati today, 3 to 2;> Egan's error in the eighth proved '^^�6stly, inasmuch a� it was really the* cause of two of the visitors' a-tins.' Birth Benton and Suggs were effective. Cincinnati oonld do nothing'-ivitiii Lavender.. Tie score: >  �, Chicago .. .. O0O4lO-002-^ 3' 3 1 Cincinnati ... 100 dOi 000- 3 7 1 Cheney, Lavender and Awrher; Benton, Bugg� aiua Ohwke. ':; SUNDAY SCHOOL TEAMS MUST BE AFFILIATED Wi h Local A. A. A. A; In Order to be Recognized in Comptltlons The City League, .pi- ."Lethbrldge Football Aefloclatlon," as it should be has Tooplved word, f|�m offl- aoheduled ten roimd battte here to-., celled, . a thleUc night. A right and left to th,* ja.w ,'...'--v ,St. Louis apored.'Its .tumi! when', with the baaestuH, 'Magee drovertho' ball in the right i^ield seats for a home run. Catcher Qib'adn retired i!rom' the game in the sqoond. 'He ran into the grand stand in catching a fowl fly, and slightly injured his knee. Score; Pittsburg., ,, 000 03D -020-^ B 9 St. Louis .... -ioo^ OOfr OOOrir.4- 8 O'Toole, Robinson aid dUbson, Bfftl-1 y; Harmon, SftiJee* aid;Wingw. gan; Plank, Wyckoff and LApp. ELEVEN INNINGS , Detroit, April 20.-Bu�h'� single to right in the eleventh enabled Detnilt to beat St.. LbulB, 3 \o 2, today in 4 thrilling ganva Both Mullln and JIaumgartner were wild and .unsteady but. the, Detroit pitcher kept the St. liouis 'hita Well scattered, While Bauznkartner was not hit hard until |:Ite la&t two InhingB. Score: St. IxiuiS ^ 010 000 010 00-' 2 . 7 Oetroif oio loo ooo oi-- 8 ii EBaumgiwttner and Agnew) MtUln and. MoK�e. twice taJjen the count of nine. WESTMINSTER AND ST. CYPRIAN'S -NEXT FRIDAY Next (Friday evening le the dote selected for the ohamplottshlp football laatcli between the St. Cyprian's and Wostmlneiter teams of the' Sua day school leagiio. This game will decide which'-U&m is entitled to .first behOQ-a in the league kutt season.. NORTHWESTERN Victoria, 5; SeatUe, 1. �wiojOTa,'*;' Vitnofiuver, 3. Poraani, 4; Spokane, 2. � ' 'COAST � LBAQUE San E�paoci�oo, 4; Oakland, 2. $aowura�nto, jl; Venice. 4. Venioeil 5; .SMramento, 3, Association, hat 'aU,.,Sunday eobool teams muat affiliate with the local association, who; are the governing body for the A. A. A. A. in Lathbrldga before entering My; wmpeU Local Cup Drsiws The *raw tor he Scott Cup and the Wright Oharity.Shield- football tro-philea, will be made late*,on, vln order to give.other oltibs a ohaiise to enter th� oojnpotitlonp; ' NOTICES OVERSEAS \nl 0,1 t. A pmctlce of the player* of 0ie above cJub vrtll be hejlA-oii'Tjxo^fy ev-enlng at 6.80' on the ^itob ^ tbi� year are: Magdwani 2.10%; Pet�w the Oay, 2.10%, and Lord Allen. 3.11, thA three fa�test a-yea^ol* trotters of 1912. Iffl the 2-yeaMld itrotfllfig divlB- . ion Ch4 record yearit'ngK- ell^ble for tbi) stake include Ait'dale, 11^%,: gen-, eralfy considered tie wrldv cham-ptoft. yearling trotter;. Peter Volio, 2.19,-and Hester C, 2;2i%,; the faitest. yearling ttrotttngi flliy of last': year. The stake closed ih 1910 mi\ first money In the mala ;division flrlil' be-. Mter^ational and Am. Ass^n Gamea Ijiteriiatibiial WALiSH WAS XJNSTEIADY Chicago, April 20.-^Cleveland bunch ed hits' off Wal�h today, and woo the flhal game of-the eeriee frixn Ohloafo, 2 to 1. Walsh Vi'as unable to settle" himself, and afteir three innli^g�,ro' tired in favor of Ciooftte, He alloWPd the vlsltom^ but one hit.. Ctre^g weakened In the' seventh. Bodie was arp. plauded when he ran to deep oeatrie and caught liajoie's long fly on bis knees. Scoro: Claveland. ., 101 000. 000- 2 7 1 Chioagiv .. .. 000 000 100-^1 9 i ^'Oregg andCarisoh; W�I�li, Olcotte and ^frhalk. A 7 0- BuBalo -i.;.;..^ ~........ 6 7 1 o3o�;t�"'W*; Vlebahn and Qri^p. A 10 9 ^St&r'^d*fans;,tbroughout.th6 country was unearth'^di'Ia; few'.daysi; ago. The oontkct"i8;ij|gned'by J(}hnC McOraw, the present tilmiay. leader! of the New York'Gla-ntBr.'and ftvd atieif Slayers, Vhd' wereV'idfSttlb'ci's 'Sf'?' the? ,'paia Giints.'in'lfsaj;:;''.,,,,,;': "h;'':';?:,^' seselon of OeerMf KS^ RobJingc^^ Ocsi,lft, who was'^)kglr:dl*th|i6eal^^^ .CManta 4t that;tiiaiei|;'�(% fMjl^^ topking for othei'i j^pers.-.and If we^^^ preserved. Th�';�x�otpworda-ot-'^fli^V .(jotttraot: a^e�;:a�..,fol^0S')l^;!.;;:..;,.>�J^;^�^fj&;||fk To the Directors: of WOeal^Bafioballi NewaHi: .......... Toronto........ Ehrmann, .Batg^i Brant' and Benris, and: 6 3 0 4 6 3 Smith ; Columbus .... Milwaukee ... Cole and Hughes. Smith ; ..... 7 it- 2 4 �� Braume and First g;am�>- 13 14 10 6 , 0entl6meh:--We, the undersltiiffd bBseljan players and members d� 'the (jda!la Giants, agree to play V7lth the Ocala club until {utthie nbtlflsa, for board,: shaving, wamhing 'tupme^d. Also a cigar mao a ^eeft, (flfgmtd)- aapROE vxm, . JOIiNE MoCHtAW. 0. F. THORPj . '.t'b^ Teniuneratlon of tiaaeball piay-!)�r�-. Tikp an^,' - SUND.\Y GfAMES-' ^ '"'iv ^ Kansas City .............'12 ' 8^, 1 tcheli ; ^: coituabus Zabell, Morgan and Klit ______, _ HLlmbUH, Ciamet, McQuUlen"," and S^lth. ' \ i,'\'"'4rf;j.i "^tt^C^^ ;;'d' d&ke ;'BeU ! Gardner. Karger and MiUerj,.Sn#b. ., and HijSajlns. '  . . Provi4pn"C^, w....^V.,;..,... 8 I Loudm'mllk 12 8 lO 1 � Karge. and Miller. Smith. , Northrdp and-MM f^j 0 j Toledo 1 fl 2 .Mlmveapolia ....., ...... u-^ v.w', Klepler.l George ami Kruoger-'BulnS^-^* � OltoBtead and OVens ' =tore^o�theOeai^��^--|J^ *"'^T.:>!!V}f \ , ' Oimatoaa auu uwens. . 4399 0808 ;