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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta *V'i^^"'" :|'"-- --y-- \: I I ^ ^ - - 1\ 1 r if , r 1 \ � r _ - r + Wedrtcsflty, April 23,1013> ^ - 3 - t Celebrated Necklace Case Finally Disposed Of-Confisca!ed the Goods Too Chicago, 111., April 33-Jack Jolm- �on, Negro, pugilist, was fined $1000 by Judge Carpenter in the United .StatPS district coiivt today aftrr chargos of smuggling a $2,000 neck- DOUBTFUL MEMBER OF WEST ERN CANADA LEAGUE IN LINE ALL RIGHT GAMES IN MAJOR LEAGUES LADY VALERIA Owned by President Tueon, of the Lethbridfle Kennel Club. Ljidy Va|. 1^-- � J � ^� J -I .1 1 eria atided to her seaeon's winnings Kdmont% president of tho Western Can* ada Hascball IxMK"e, who is now in Moose Jaw, wires this attcrnoon that the schedule will be released for Thursday afternnon. Moose Jaw has been an uncertain member of the lcai;ue. Much money ' was |o San Francisco, April 23.- Carl Morris, heavyweight. knocked out Kingdon Belmont, of sl IjOuIs, in the third round ot their eight round fight here last night ? Seldom in the history of the football leagues In the Old Country have the competitions presented such an open appearance with only two games 3 4 5 Northern .Vortheni Northern ST 78 * � � Senator Hoke Smith of Ocorgia, \ No. 3 Fe^: d...... Winter Wheat No. 2 OaU- No, 2 C. W. .. No. 3 C. V7. .. . Kx, No. 1 Food No. i Feed . No, Feed . arley- t   � � SI L * I 4 $ � t 4 ft t game when plate. 421 Phlla. 41 40 37 37 36 33 33 32 31 30 26 23 17 Oil N. York 000 Seaton and and Wilson. 000 000 000 0 002 000 000 0 7 12 3 3 Detroit..... 000 000 002- 2 7 0 Chicago ... .. 100 101 000- 3 G 3 House, Clauss and Mackay; Scott and Easterly. Dooln; Tesreau, Wiltse | ERRORS WERE Cleveland, April 22. FREQUENT -Manager Stov Second Division P. W. Preston N, E,   � *  teams having Just decided the cup; Burnley , i final, this game should draw a record j Birmingham Hudson's Bay Co. PHONE 813-WINE DEPT. 36 37 Barnsley........ 36 37 ft:;;' . f ^ L- 1 h . 1 ', n r ^JiA ' 11 10 11 7 8 7 12 12 8 9 9 12 9 10 9 r. P. 48 40 45 41 43 4cJ 42 41 36 30 36 35 33 St 30 30 27 27 Mattern and Madden; Shawkey and Kgan. Toronto.............. 4 10 4 Jersey City............ 0 6 3 Maxwell and Bemis; Doescher and Crisp, Lee. Buffalo.............. 5 8 0 Newark.............. 4 8 1 FullRUweider and Ooudy; Ensmann, Shack and Smith. Rochester..........., 4 9 2 Providbncc............ 5 13 1 Quiun and HhUr; Lafitte and Ko-cher. Association LiOuisvlUe............ 4 13 Minneapolis.......... 5 a Laudermllk and Clemons; Patter-eon and Owens. Indianapolis........... 7 12 3 Milwaukee............10 13 6 Green and Casey; Dougherty and Marshall. Toledo............... 17 24 6 S*t. Paul..............14 18 4 Walker and Karger; Colllnc and James. Columbus............, 4 6 1 Kansas City........... 2 5 1 Cook and Smith; Vaughan and Krltchell. FREIGHT HANDLERS DEFEATED MOUNTED POLICE Calgary, April 22.-Luther McCar-ty today agreed to terms with Promoter Tommy Burns to mtet the winner of tho Pelkey-Morris contest on May 24. Pelkcy and Morris arc matched to meet here in Calgary on May 12. McCarty ia to receive a guarantee ot $S|000 or nn option of 40 per cent of^ the gfoss gate receipts. This will be the first time McCarty has appeared in Cul^Jiry for two years. On April 15, 1011, McCarty started his pugilistic career heit,', when ho got a draw with .loe Grim. At that time ho received $50 for performance. POSTPONED FOOTBALL GAMES TT*S the ''ego*' behind the business which makes us the Personal emphasize Service. Our does A good game of football took place last night on the Barracks grounds, between teams representing R. N. W. M. P.. and the C. p. H. local freight handlers, when tho latter team defeated tho police by 2 goals to nil. The gajue was a good exhibition in the matter of defence in the first half, and everything went their way in the second. Thompson was the pick of the forwards. Tho winners lined up as follows : R. Matthews, G. Field, T. Holland, C. Parrant, T. Cowan, J. H. Shiith, throughout, although the freight j P. Clayton. P. Farrant, M. Thomp-i 24 ^ama&hors had liiightlyMihe best of itson, B, Thompson and L. (Jriat. London, Eng., April 23.-Postponed Southern League football games, played today. re�ulted as followa; Eeadlo?, t; West Ham United, 1. Crystal Palace, 3; "Watford, 1. service not end with the mere sals or purchase. Semi-ready Clothes will give you satisfaction, and because they are tailored and designed to give you that guarantee, we give you an unreserved endorsation. Hpw to Pick a Dog In selecting a dog pick out grel. A finely bred dog much attention that his overahado'wed.-MayHvlUe, Un. a mon-attractfl so owner is Ky., Hulle- The label price is the only price, and no clothes of such quality are iaold for so little money as Semi-ready, whether it be a $15 or a $35 garment you buy. The price-the name-sewn in tJiQ pocket-always" \hil same. C. BATEMAN Empress Block. Fifth Street * 7 40 49 5318484582?6359???2825343? 320?8945303725 ;