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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 22, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Ttiesday, April 22, 1013 ;Qassy Array oi Canines % Bfeing Shown at Exhibi-t" \ tion Grounds liliSi feinipeg Entry a Daisy kid Large-Local Dogs Have Good Chance Lethbtidge Kennel Club entries ; Include some of tbe finest'^j (logs ' Canada, many of them cbampions. v !;The: spring show commanoed today j�t 1:30 and up to the time ot going iKtfo'.press many Visitors had visited �|tiie bSow building at ' the fair ^Ijrounis and inspected the hish class caoinos. Every effort on the part of .the iqinagementha;, been spent to ipalfe the shov a success,'and visit-l^y, ors'arc-taSRured* of every attention SA^^ fitfd,courtesy. A COMPETENT JUDaE ^ rlrtr.~F;D. Miller, of Winnipeg, is ,-a ^ ,iu|ging all varieties, ^d J. c; fe' '^FiBtiher., also of Winhijp�>g, is here in . ehargjB of the Winnipeg do^s. He ik fefeirfsafecornpamed br Qeorice Kyiiooh, hl^ i^,.: ...ajibistaijt.. . !i-i!^rsi Hattledge, of Calgary, is here ';*lth^ h^ Pomeranians. \iJ9Wi)'!?"*P�d;iind thre^ dogs from ^:^7,|ftoe|Ai^ .jpQGs .show- class : ll?cl'''*^0i'0f the local, dogs are going ff'^stjAome of the cbaimpibns sit r^:Vfifl|,Hnd;siaile their classiest. E. p. ^J^r �fi?tcl�ai6lie.'s rough and smooth ter-� rJ|rs jii;^, the best In Canada. KK�*y Mydgfng st'artea at 1.30 todav, and liQt, tie comglited until about toinorrow'aftemoon. �fe6iS$fe!!,Jl)est2AlrdalB fwe^; tofv^Wimupeg. 4> ^ ? 4> w0lga9t > talks * 4, on long ,f{qhts- |; . - ^V,;, ^ / - S^n Francisco, April, gl,- ? �s. "No moro long fights forWol- rSfastV This Is luo oittiom'^iit. I am his manager," Jon^s con- tinned.  Wolgast ta not as emphatic ? as h(s maajager in barring* bfanBolf from the aOrround  . '^l did jiot put up as .good a right Saturday as I did the keeiw," ., �. � .::����� ? C-^  * i> * �  � *   � McCARTY -GOING TO BOX SHORT BOUT IN CALGARY GAMES IN MAJOR LEAGUES . Calgary, Aprtf 22. -Luther McCarty, white heavyweight champion of the world, today accepted terms to oome to Calgary to fight on May 24. He win meet the wlnhfep'of. the Relkey-Morris ID as THEV , ; 'PJ^ASED 0N,.BASJKJS Boston," April 21.-New Tork, won the fifth straigiit gacao from Boston tqday, 4 to 3. V The visitors -V^. wUd on tihe bases,during the first it!nlngJ scoring two rims without making'^ Ut ^/''-:'-'\'J-^''' It was Marquard's flrst.ganae of,'the season, and - he performed well until the fifth, when-three doubles in a row allowed , Tyler and Conneljy ,t^ score, In thoi eighth, with m�n ">� second and third and one out^ M�r-cuard struck out.Bues and Rariden. Score:--^ - � ��y- New York............ 4 4 1 BMton .. .. .. 3 9 2 Marquard "and Wilson; Tyler and Rariden. FOflMLl: S 1 J . Started at 7 tjo h-hjolden g'i^^'H 'RQCK .9tC0ND AND WIN- THORP THIRD " Ion, April 23.-At the Epsom m'eeting today the great Me-i^\-l|bipi[5ij|fui''--stakes, �'� a long distance sfV';handicap of twrovill soon be tn fulL bloom, pre-wers by a couple of days. T^e NOTICES t ' ij. ANDREW'S LINE-UP f'.'' ^ FOR GAME TOMORROW The following .will represent St. �t'A^ii'wi'^ football team in a, game ".'*j�rit(i-'the Teamsters at the Barraclts -und^ �ti 6.30 on Wednesday hiV . ger, Johnson, Ness, Eerl, Macln-i^H; Kennedy. Tennant, Liawrie, r.>,-��,i 'Xtonald. ;j;OYfR(AN'8 PRACTICE ' rtU^liV a prJ^ctlcB of the St. '/Jbotball club tonight on "CTpunjj'at 6,30. The follow-faro riBqueste4 to turn :^oU)ertp�, PalmerivT. Hooker, Bftn%8. _and Dalzell. season is^ scheduled to opeh/jyon the'29th of "tlie month, with a senior league game between-- the' Jiast year's- ahampions an Tuesday, April'iSf-T-Overseas vs. Callies. *, . Tuesday, May 6-r-S. 6. E. vs. Overseas. , ' Thursday, May 8--Callies vs. Bankers. - , Tuesday. May 13-Callies vs. S. O. E, Thursday, May 15-Callies vs. S. 0. E. ' ' Tuesday, May 20-Overseas vs. Callies.:  ; . *ThuF8day, May 22-Overseas vs. Oallies; Tuesdw May 27-S.O. E. vs. Overseas. BR.OOKL.YN'S' FIRST HtlN / Brooklyn, April 21.-^Phil8deli)hl9:^ cleaned! up witli Brooklyn today, win-; nlng the final game by a one ran. margin. The � locals scored their first runqn the'nerw Ebbet's-field. The final coun* was i to 1. .Dafile^ brought out his reserves 'in the; eighth without effect, Curtis' flntehi-ing the'game in the box, and tCirki^ti rick going to;| short. OuWhawNs; work on fles and* Mayer's fielding-of' bis position "wene; features. Jforafa! took Mayei^s pfe.be in right, arid' fielded' well, ;fiuV could not. hit; 'Soorej: ,�:,�;��..>-:;;, ' . , Philadelphia \ 0S:, IN, HAfiD, LUCK , N;��w York., A^jril 21.-Waishlngton tandaylt four straight,over New York by .Thinning the fast game of the ser-lOB .today, by a, score of. 8, to 4, Shawnke atorted; Washington off to. a:;thiiee-run lead' In tfie secoind with a Jibme run* drfvin'g in two men aheM ;of. him. The Highlanders forged Into the lead in the fifth on hits and errors, but Washington, In the'seventh, came through with, two nfns and cinched iibei game. The l^aird luck of the Yankees continued today, when Catcher Sweeney split ji:'finger. Score: Waslilngtdn .........., 8 9 1 New york...... .. .... 4 .-1 5 , Biigle, Hughes and Alnamllh; Ford Pl�^^ and Sweeneyj Williams.  .BODIB FELL ALL OVBR .. ;^;OJ�icago; ^AprU Chicago was ouMnpked today, and Dotfoit won t�'e3operiirig game of the series, 8 to a;i'?I!he .giame was a pitcher's battle ltet*'^n: Russell an'd' Kliwitter, with ithfi;^on6rs slightly In favor of the f'rthe Inflett. Score: Pfi^rpit .'. OWbago..... yPawitter and Stanage; aid 'Soht\lk. LiftGUE WED Produce- ' , California tomatoes,' per crate 4.75 Cucumbers, per dozen........75 Oreen onions, per dozen launches .75 Four Well-Ballanced Teams Entered and Good Games are Promised atrawberries, per crate >Oarrots ................. 3 6 1 2 6 3 Russell time, hit into a double play, �CeT^y* "and Wilson had a big day wlli the jbat; :^,th gettliig tiree tdtt/: jiaha? ger '01arjt�, of "'l^tUburg. .r�celVe4{ ij0!Ucc-;pf his suspepaion �foi'.five' daysi for his" fluarrel wlfh. Umpire Owens on Saturday at Pitt�b�rg. Score:. : Plttstour^ .~ ..... .. 816" 2 Stt Louis .i. .. ji 12 -.1 Adams and Kelly; (Jeyer, Qeyne'r and .Wlngo. � 'v* -BRiRORS, TUHNESI?  THE. TIDE r fhipadelphla. Pa;, ^A1>ril ?]i.-r-JB!rrorB hyv ^agner t and Yorlrea in.? the seV-enfjis proved the turning point In today's fgame, whicli PhilAidelphla won 'La've^4er^ ' w knocked out of imoi-toxl"Bcdre: ' ctiidago .?;^ r..;^?^^:- ^ Cincinnati .. ..;,f;:i,;;;;,:;,ive6i 11 ,r Lavender, Smith; J'C.he'a'ey -and Archer; Johnson add- Clark, r ;C MITCHELL AGAINST MITCHBLt Cl.a,Yeland, Ohio, April 21.-Driving: B. - Mitchell' out of the box, Cleye-Jaiid'scored sis runsin the first inn-jpg on seven hits, 'including two triples and two doubles, and defeated. St, .^Louls,, 8 to 3, today. Stone, who replaced Mitchell, was also, hit hard; bute oaauaged. to iceep,the .hits sc^t-teiredv, ,W. Mit'cheli; Cleyelandls, aoythpay, waa very wild, giving eight bsfses on balls, but twl�e MltcheU .ptruck oii(t two- betteirs -wlien' tho_ bases:'were full. Score; : 9t.,'ir�oul8 .. >. .., .. 3 6 4' qiw.eland .. ... .... 8 15- z ;'Miteheil, Stone and ' Alexander; Mltolj^ell and Carisoh. . . A (Sity. baseball league was formed at tlv^fi, y.M.C-A- last; evening; em-braoipf four olulja),:viz.: Y. M. C. A., Intoraaitibnal Hsirvoster, White Sox and :^0rtli .Lethbrid^e. H. B. Mc-Ilyea-;Jvas'elec^et^ 'president, G. M. Davidson, "vice-president, and 0. M. Reynolds,' sticretary-t'reasuter. These officeiis were, commissioned to draw np a cbns|ltiitibn for presentation before the next' mqetlnji;. of the clubs next f;[|toridi*y-nig'hti" Mid Messrs. Gil-more, rM^rlowe and ,"3VIcPhoe were design,ited^ as ,a..grounds committee Just^'liere the leagu^ will play its gam(>;^i:s .ver5r..probl?itnatioal. Thcj, barracks grounds ^ if available, are the most ^suitably ' Jocated, but: there would-be'"come idiffleultf in dcii'.�g a;ravpnueifdr-ihe upkeep of the tuams if theVijamoks-' weri)^^ tci 'bo used, thoreiibelng nb.raeana of charging a fee fdr viewing-the games, the grounds being; ivr the open. There are grounds,' ot probably will be grounds'*, at JHendexson - park this summer YrWc^yooaie'lnto'^eonsWejation, and also ^1)6 Aitkjetfcpark,^lf they can be secured." '#lie*'iihietie; or bait patk..... i9' 18 5 Minneapolis ...... ,...........�.. '^ 10 6 Hqndergon and ICreuger ; Young' and Smith. , ', -'- * > Louisville....................... '9 15 3 St. Paul .:..........;':;:..:-s:;:;;fe:M:.-. :.*;-:i Woodburn and Koth ; VandyKe and James. ,. ' liiivi'national Montreal ......... ..... 1 .2 1 Baltimore ..................,...... 5 W 2 Csilc and Madden ; Both and Bgan. No � other games played. NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE Vancouvej:.................. --^.......... Ijortland.................. .......... ....... 3all MANAOBRS fi?,|8 caili^^ a meet- ipiTforf,itbift Davis and Smith �; " Rhtfades.. - anfr O'Connor, .....,,'...., a!Victoria .................................... W _____ ..................,, 4 Indianapolis ........ s|' *r f Milwaultee ................J,."--,.", a ^ Merz and Casey Sl&pnllte , and Hughes. , ', .... ; *Thujrsday, May 29-I'uc-sday, June 3- -Bankers vs. Overseasi -S. 0. E. vs. Callies. *Xhursday, June 5--Callies vs. S. O. E. Tuesday,' June Ip-S. ,0. E. vs. Overseas. ^Thursday, June 12-Callies vs. Bankers, Tv^8. No. 2 Northern.. .... No. 3 Northern .. .... .... No. 4 ..: ... '..'.......... No.,5:V...,...-.,^i-.; >�>..;... No. 6 ... . ..� Feed ...... ............� grain Close 92^ 931^ 35 H 30% tl6Ts 119% :122% 911/3 88% 86% 88i,i 78 73 63 li3% 91% 889.1 85% .800 .750 .714 ' .867 .375 .383 .167 .143 WIrvter Wheat- ' - No. 1 �............. m. 2...............: No..3 ... .....,' ..i .... No. 4 ... Oats- No� 2 C. W.' 34,% No. a C. W., ... ..\ ....... 33 Ex.No. I'Peed..., .......... 34 No. 1 Feed ..; .'., ...... No. 2 Feed ... ... ... .... Barley- No. 3......� ... No. 4 ... ............. Rejected......... ... Feed.......... ... Flax- � . �, -, No. 1 N. W. Ci '........ AMERICAN LEAGUE  W. L. P.C. 5 '5 7 Washington . Philadelphia Cleveland ... Detroit ... ... St. L'ouls ... Chicago............ Boston ... -a New'York.,........ 1 �� INTERNATIONAL liEIAGUE, Newark .' 3', 0 1,000 0 1.000 1 .833 3 - .700 3 .625 ;;384r .364 .250 6 .143 Minneapolis Wheat Open May............ 88% July......90m Sep>tember ---- ..... ^91% Chicago Wheat , May............. 92>i July......'9? i36pten]roea-',)...... 91 BuffaJp Baltimore .. Hdchester, '. Montreal .. .Terspy City. Frovldenoe . Toronto .... 2 '3 2 2 t 1 0, 1 2 2 2 2 2 .667 .600 .500 .500 .333 .333 .000  AMERICAN .'ASSOCIATION Kansas City ... ' Milwaukee ............. 7 Indianapolis ... ...... � Minneapolis St. Paut:.. ,., '5 ColuniW............... 4 Louisville ............... 5 Toledo ......... ...... ^ .778 .700 .558 .500 .500 .500 .455 .222 33 30% 5l> 40 43 42 1,15% Close mi 90-?4, 91?(. ,91% 90 Mj NORTHWE&TERN LEAGUE Vancouver'... ......-5 2 ,714 Eor'lWnd .,. ...... 4 3 .571 \fictoi;ia.f- ... ... ... 4 S .571 Seattle ... .. ..... ...... 4 3 .371 gpokjpc ,.. ......... 3 5 .286 .-jpaooWa ...../...........2 5 .286 piOIFIO-Cd'AST LEAGUE i:,os>ns;ples:.;.......s;.Aa 5 mj P4,ltland ... - 10 6 , M% Venice , 9 U -480 ,San Krancl'aco ...'>'....... 8 12 .400 I Portland'.;.-......L ,.1' '6 lo .375' All the latest models In stock, such as- ' FALCONS PERFECTS and BRi^NTFORDS Made to' stand the ,wear and tear of western ; roads, built: by the world's bost'cycle mechanics In up^to-date shops.; ! With a cushion frame it Is; HHe sailing along on rough; ; roads. ' ' .All; maJseSi.Qf machines re:: p.alred and � overhauled, parts ;made to order. Twenty: years', .:pniotlcftl ,6xperionoe In -the;?;*  trade. , ' , t' , , . , ', \ 110 Fiftfi-street sduth '^-i. ' 307379?1303239?07?31 7 ;