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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta P.'lgOl THE LETHBRTDGE WEEKLY HERALD Wwlncsflty, April 23. 1013. la the Which choiaa of ecnnolsseurs In three cen- turies, anil tha whiskey for you too GAMES IN MAJOR LEAGUES DOUBTFUL MEMBER OF WEST- ERN CANADA LEAGUE IN LINE ALL RIGHT Celebrated Necklace Case Fin- ally Disposed ihe Goods Too Chit-ago, III., April John- Bon, Negro {, was lined JHHift by Jiulgf Carpenter in the States (IMrirt cowrft today alter charges of smugging a neck-_ lace Imd been dropped heavy-i "weight champion had pleaded nolle j t-utitenrire to charges of conccaliiif; from trfaTnl ouu'ials the that- Jie had ;tlio, jewelry in liiB The necklace uas declared to the .govisrmm-ni- and probably will hn sold at auction. The action winds up ihR -of 1 wo cases v.'hk'h federal utiihor Irnve against Johnson. He IK still to come to trial on aji iiuHctroenl violation, tq the Mann law. LADY VALERIA Owned by president Tuaon, of the Lethbridge Kennel Club. Lady Val- eria added to her season's winnings today by cleaning up in the English Bull vanning first In limit, doga and bitches; first In open bitchss; first In winners, bitches and capping It all by taking the silver cup for best English Bull In the ahow, either sex. NOTICES .CENTRAL DOUBLED SCORE ON GIANTS YESTERDAY Raw Wind Responsible for Loose to 8 Yesterday afternoon at the liar- j ground, the third girnie of the' season was played off tho' Giants (U.S.) and Central, reaulUng In un easy victory for the Central boyfi, with a score of 16-8, The day was cold and windy, which was large- ly responsible far the_ ninny errors on both Bides. Central played a good Same, especially in tho field, and cer- tainly have' wakened tip since their trimming 'by Westminster lust week. The Hoe-up was as Giants Centra! McCarty, 3b Hansch, p Sloan, c Green, 3b T. Watson, lb Wallace, sa Sang, .p Stewart, c la. Duns worth, rf Young, cC Price, cf McKlllop, 2b Johnson; 2b Dunham, rf Hi HamUton, H McKaln, ih dacadeu, es Cronfchiter If Batteries: Sang, MeCarty and Sloan; McKlllop, Hansch and Stew- art. .Mr, Cameron. Southpaw artists are becoming common, two appeared in yesterday's BASEBA.LL EXECUTIVE The oflicera of tho city baseball laasuft are reminded of the meeting of ihe executive committee at the Y. M. C. A. tonight at 3 o'clock. FOOTBALL CLUB Overseas players are requested to turn out in good-time iur their game evening the Mounted Police on the barrack's groutida. The game commences at 6-30. Edmonton, April M. Gray, president of tho Western Can- aria'liascball J.i-uguc, who is now in .Moose Jjjw, wires this attetnoou that the schedule will be released for Thursday afternoon. Moose Jaw lias bet'n a a uncertain member of the league. Much money was when last the "Uobin were .seen in basje'iaU, and ihe Jloose Jaw niasnuts'S have veiy dtihious about starting the Kan'ic attain. However, roseate pros- pects exist wow and everything is O. K. fur the opening ol the GRason there once more. USfcTJ Cincinnati, April out- hit by bunching hits, Chicago won Ka 1 third eoiiseciitlvo gaino from Cin- cinnati thfs afternoon by a score of S tu Tho niimea of twenty-utno players, fourteen for Chlcuso, and fifteen for Cincinnati, appeared ihe line-up. Tho game was a pitch- between HefioW and Froine, up to the sixth inuitiK> In the sixth, Clncitimiti scored four runs on five hits "off Uefield, making the score 4 to 1 in favor of the locals, Thou canio rapid changes In the Hno- up, first by Chicago, and then by Cincinnati. The Chicago combina- tion proved to be more successful, and won out in tlie last three, innings. Score: [Chicago.....100 000 8 11 0 Cincinnati 000 004 5 13 1 1 Uefield. Cheney and Archer; Bren- jimn, Fromme, Riimphrrys, Packard, tyrei Hartcr and Clarke. WASHINGTON'S FIRST FALL Washington, April suffered Its first defeat of thti sea- son today, going .Uo-svn before Bos- ton. President Wilson attended the gumo. In the seventh inning, tho homo team apparently was hopelessly i behind, and tho crowd ito leave, but the President remained untu tho nU man was out. Inability of Washi- ngton to hit Leonard at critical tlmos wttsi mainly responsible for :heir tie feat, the locals having four- :eeji men loft on bases. Score; Boston......230 004 S 10 Washington 021 000 3 11 I Leonard and Carrigau; Grooine, Dohling and AlnsmUh. ROGER BRESNAHAN The Chicago Cob catcher, will prob- ably be the Chicago club's next man- ager. Remarkable Situation in English Football League BOSTON OUTBATTED liostou. April 22 out- batted the locals today, and toolc tho first game" at tho scries, S to Cur- tis heid Hasten' weii in check, ex- cept during 'two innings, when four two-base hits aucl a bnso on balis counted three mas. Perdue ivna bit l during tho seven innings he pitched. Soymour, Kirk, and Dau- bert each nmdo a splendid catch. Score: Brooklyn 020 Oil 8 M 0 Boston......000 GG2 381 Curtis and Irwin; Perdue and Rar- idea. YANKEES I.OSS AGAIN Philadelphia, April bit- In the fourth inning, mixed with a puss and a wild pitch, gave tba mine team four runs, and practically won today's game from New York, tbe Inal score being 7 to 4. Tho fourth inning drove McConaell the ber, hjs pjace :faken by Schultz, off whom only one run was e, this being a liomer by Barry, anaKer Chance plftyed his first championship game in the American, ue, and bolpetl team consid- erably, Chase going to centre and Hartzoll to short. Score: New 'York 102 001 490 Philadelphia 200 400 7 12 1 McConneU, Scbultz and Williams; 3rawn and Lapp. New TIE York, April Giants Written for the Herald by Alexander Russell in the history oC ibe foot- ball leagues iiv the Old Country have ilie competitions presented sxicb an open appearance with only two games Northern.......'. DC No. 1 Rtul 01) No. 2 lied Ml No. Red No. -I Red.............. ES Alfalfa, No. ton...... Prairie.................. ll.OU WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES "vVlnulnoE, Aiirll The opening and closing iiriceH on tuo grain mtir- Heta today were as follcv.vm Olion May 92'i July October Mav 35'.! July Flax- May July 1211 October 1M Closing Casli Prices Wheat- No. 1 Northern Close 83 94 80 !i Washington, D. O., April The Xo_ jjorihoni mtrqvwsy between 'I'y Cobb N0i 3 Northern the Detroit Amorlcsti -league) baseball 4 club management over the signing of Cobfo's contract lor this season, may result in an investigation by con- gress to ascertain whether the sys- tem o( players' contracts in the baseball leagues violates the Sher- man anti-trust law or the law against peonage, No. ij......... Feed Winter Wheat- No. 1 .1..... N'o. S No. Representative Hard wick of Gcor- j glarvroprefieftting in congress the (Us-j No. 2 C. W. triet in which Cohb [.Mo, 3 0. W. stated ho was working on a resolu- tion for such an investigation und would Introduce it in-tho house next week. Senator Hokn Smith. or Georgia, who declares Ty Cobb is one of tho south's moat proiiuuont citizens, telegraphed to Cohb in Georgia to- day caking him to forward to Wash- ington a copy ol his contract ami in- furmatiplf' re'guiuing the condition un- der which the players sign. Tho sen- ator said he wished to form an opin- ion as to the validity of the con- tract and to ascertain whether it was true that players are forced to accept salaries and terms or be for- ever barred from playing. "'What I understand exists canrint. said Senator Smith. 0. .Slow fielding anil the pitcher's errors, followed by a single, gave -the visitors their lone tally. Plttaburg got its first hit in the .seventh, when Wilson scratched a-: .single through the pitcher's box. Wilson, moved to second on a sacrifice, and went to third on Perritt's poor throw. McCarthy's single scored Wilson. PIttehurg. 000 000 121 St. Loute ,0 5 1 Caranitz and Simons; Perrltt and Wingo. Cleveland tied the score on an. error and. three base hits by Jackson and Lajoie. A double amt two bases on balls filled the bases in Cleveland's half of the ninth, but good fielding preveated a score. Hamilton Is -the first left-handed pitcher that St. Louis has yet laced this season. Score: St. Louis 110 000 482 Cleveland 000 002 284 Hamilton and Alexander; Agnew, Steen and Land. GAMES IN Mil LEAGUES Association Louisville 4 13 2 Baltimore 05 3 Mattern and Madden; SuawHey and -Egan. Toronto 4 10 4 Jersey City 0 0 3 Maxwell and Bemls; Doescher and Crisp, 5 3 2 Laudermilk and demons Patter-con and 'Owens. Indianapolis 7 12 3 .Milwaukee 10 13 6 Green and Casey; Dougherty and Marshall. Toledo 17 24 5 Newark 4 8.1 Fir lien welder and Goudy; Bnsmann, Shack and Smith. Rochester 4 92 Providence 5 13 1 Quiun and Blair; LaCitte and" St. Paul 14 18 4 Walker and Karger; Col'ins and James. .Columbus 4 6 1 Kansas City 2 5 1 Cook and Smith; Vaughan and KrltoheH. FREIGHT HANDLERS DEFEATED MOUNTED (Jallagher at Illin- ois, In March last year, introduced a resolution, which called for an inves- tigation of the "baseball trust" by a special committee. It was refer- red to the rules committee, but no further action taken. It is under- stood. Gallagher in- tends to. Introduce a similar resolu- tion at the present session. MOTYILGEI OHO P.O. FOR HIS APPEARANCE IN CAL- GARY ON VICTORIA DAY Caigary, April McCar- ty today agreed to terms with Pro- moter Tommy Burns to mtet the winner of the Pelkey-Morris contest on Mn.v 24. Pelkey and Morris are matched to meet here in Calgary on May 12. MtiCarty is to receive a guarantee ot or an option ot 40 per cent ot the gfoss gate re- ceipts. This -will be tho first time MoCar- ty has appeared in Calgary for two years. On April 15, 1011, MeCarty started his career here, when he. got a draw with Joe'Grim. At that time he received for his performance. POSTPONED FOOTBALL. GAMES A good game of footliall toot place last night on the Barracks grounds, hetwcen -teams representing R. N. W. M. P., anil the C. p. R. local freight handlers, the hitler lean de- feated the police by 2 goals to nil. The game was ;i good exhibition throughout, although tho freight in the matter of deienso in the first half, and everything "went their way in the second- Thompson was the pick of the forwards. Thy iviJiners lined up as follows R.. Matthews, (i. Field, T. Holland, C. Farrant, T. Cowan, J. II. Stoith, P. Clayton, P. Farrant, H. Thcmp- London, Bng., April Southern League football games, play- j ed resulted .as follows; fteadins, Ham "united, i. Crystal Palace, 2; Watford. 1. smashers had best ol itson, B. Thompson and L. Griat. Hpw to Pick a Dog In selecting a dog pick out a mon- grel. A finely brod dog attracts so much attention that, his owner if Ivy., Bulle- tin. Ex. No. 1 Fend......... No. 1 Feed........... No, 2 Feed.......r. Xo. 3 Xo. -1............... Rejected............, Feed Flax- No. 1 N. 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