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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesdtv. At)ril^^, 191S. W' Celebrated Necklace Case Finally Disposed Of"Confiscated the Goods Too ^Chicago, III., April 23-Jack>John- | iiBOni Ncgro^ pugilist, was fined JIOOO Vliy; Judge Carpenter in the United v;Statfis district court today after . charges of smuggling a $2,000 neck-jlacSe had been dropped and the heavy-^ height champion had pleaded nolle H -'Qontendre to charges of concealing y., team federal officials the fact that he i his possession.' Eamonton, April 22.-Prank M. Gray, president of the Western Canada Baseball League, who is now in Moose Jaw, wires this afternoon that the schedule will be released for USED 29 PiLATiBRS CinclnnaU, April 22.-Although out-hlt by 'hunching hits, Chicago; won tts third coDseoutlve ^me from On-; clnnatl this afternoon by a scor* oi 8 to 5. The nimea of twanty-nlne players, fourteea.for Chicago, and _ ^.fifteen for Cincinnati, .appeared in member of the league. Much money, nao-vp. The game was a pitch- battle between Lief laid and Thursday afternoon. . Moose Jaw has been an uncertain I Owned by President Tuson, of the Lothbrldge kennel Club. Ljidjr Valeria added to her aeaeion's winnings today by cleaning op in the Enjilfah Bull clas*e�, winning flratlifi limit, 9" had ,4b% jewelry in his possession, hitches; first in winners, bitches and f The neclrlace Ws declared forfeitJd capP'oo '* �" �>y t"tr'cf (Trmindn. The ..^ iy! yesterday afternoon at the Bar-pSeiW^Jts, ground, the third game of the was .played off between the | tomorrow feii^lSffl** .(H.S.) and Central, resulting Police on the barrack's grounds: '/f 44^1*0 easy victory for the Central game commences at 6.30. |*3pM;cold and.,wlndy, which wa� larffs-i;'r5lr|"r.?^onBible::for- tha^^ m^ errors jvlpn-^oth aides.* Central played a good f*if]to�^ .jspedaUy.in the field, and cer-�P Bim � their " ~'~''iS?^*r Westminster last Tveek. ei-s Frome, up to the sixth inning. In the sl.xth, Cincinnati scored four runs on rive hits 'off Liefield, making th6 score 4 to 1 In favor of the locals. Then came rapid changes in the.lineup, first by Chicago, and then by Cincinnati. The Chicago combination proved to be more successful, and won out in the last three innings. Score: ^' Chicago ......3fi)0 000 233- 8 11 0 Cincinnati A.. 000 004 100-5-13 1 Liefield. Cheney and Archer; Bren-nan, Fromme. Humphr�'ys, Packard, Mclntyre, Harter and Clarke. WASHINQTON'S FIRST PAliIi ' Washington, April 22.-'Wasbliigton suffered its first defeat of the seo' son today, going .d ORIGINAL WHIYE HOPE STILL IN THE RING l" '..San, BVancisco, ,April, 23.- fiCarl Jlorrls,"'heavyweight, knocked out Kingdon. Belmont, ''i^d" o't' their elghit sound .'.'/tef^gbt; here last night retire i from, the league nert eeasoJii The record of Plymouth Argyle looks best on paper as while it has 71 goals to its credit it hhs only lost 32 In the 35 matches played. Firrt Division � p. W. Shndorland ...... 35 23 Sheffield W. .. ..'. 36 2t Aston VlHa Seldom in th�' history of the football leagues In the Old Country have the competitions presented such an opes appearance with only two games to play. The positions of the teams make^ the Interest in every league greater than for some time past, as an cnexpected win or loss- would place .any of the flrat two or- three teams ait the. top of the table, In the first division of . the Bngllsh. league Sunderland and Sheffield .Wednesday have equal points but Sunderland has a game on hand. Against this advantage may be reckoned the fact that its game.wtth'Aston Villa is by no means a, certainty and .should the "Vlllans" repeat their performance of last Saturday it would let Sheffield ahead. At the other end of the lear : Sheffield .T7. gue /Notts County and Woolwich Ar-i Newcastle 0 aennl have qimlifled for the wooden Mlddlesborough , , 37 11 17 spoons and will play in. the second Tottenham H. division next season. Burnley and Preston North End have qualified for the flrst.division as Birmingham and Barnsley cannot, get wKhin striking distance. As the Aston Villa ys Sunderland match will practically decide the result of the flr�t league, and the teams having ]ust decided the cup final, this game should draw a if-ecord gftte..l . . . In the second' league Preston North End have one game to,play and 51 points on baud. Burnley, the runners up. have 48 points and two games D. P. 3 -YANKEES LOSE AGAIN Philadelphia, April 22.-Hard hitting in the fourth inning,mixed with a pass and a wild pitch, gave the home team four runs, and practically won today's game from New York, the final score being 7 to 4. The fourth inning rnlly drove McConnell off the rubber. Hts place -wios itaken by Scliultzt off whom only one run was made, this being a homer by Barry. Manager Chance played bi� tirat chiftmplonsbip game In the American league, and helped his team consld-erahly^ C^se going to centre and HartzoH to short. Score: New*,Tork ... 102 001 000- 4 9 0 Philadelphia .. 200 40O 010- 7 12 1 . McObnnell, Schultz and WlUlams; Brtfwn and Lapp. Started at 10 to l--Linion Was Second and Lorenzo Third and London, April Sa.-The city suburban handicap of �2,000, mile and a quarter, was won today by GJ E^wardfe's bay horse, Drin-' - � - . - te B. and LOCAL PRICES more; Who tfaftjed 7 stone startfid at 10 to 1. , M. &. 0. Kosnetzofl's Limon, bred in Frahce; 7 stone 10 ft., 100 to 7, was secoad, and licopold De Rothschild^' liorenzo, 7 stone, 9 lb., 15 to 2, th'kd. j;iso tans Included Tuxcda lOO to 12, Batchelor Hope and Thls-tleton, botb atlOO to 8. Grains and Provisions Prices paid farmers: No. 1 Northern .... .. . No. 2 Northern .... .. .. ..i 69 No. 3 Northern........ .. 65 No. 4 Northern.......... 64 No. 6 Northern No. 1 Red ..". one i No.'2 Red ... No. 3 Red ... No. 4 Red .. .. Alfalfa, No. 2, per ton ' 13-MNiI^S''^ ITB" ; New York. APi"*!., 22.-The Giants and Phlladeljhlaf^jayed a thirteeu-innings' tie ' game here today, the score being 2 ta 2. It was a won-, derful pitchers' battle between S6a-ton and Wlltse. who went info ithe box for NA^fYork'in the:third, after Liiderus hit Tesreau for li home rub in the seoond. ..'...iL--. Wlltse pitched"'" tte better helit though Seaton did great work In the pinches. In the eleventh the Giants filled the bases w^lh one' out, but could not score.' 'They opened both the twelfth and 'thlrteentli with doa-43|bles, but Seaton again tlghtcaed up. 49 i Burns' work was the feature. He CAUSE AN EXPLOSION GECBQIA CONGRESSMAN WANTS INVESTIGATKJN OF BASE- BALL "TRUST" 72 50 " Gi) 06 ' �3 5S 0.00 Prairie______.............. H-OO WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Close 03% 94% 8O14 35% 36-S- 1171.4 120% 123% ManchesHer IT. .. Blackburn R. .. , Manchester C. ^.' Bolton Wanderers OldhaiA Athletic, Derby Coimty .... 37 17 14 6 West Bromwlch A. 37 13' 13 11 Liverpool .. ..... 38 X6 17 5 Everton .. ... ,. 37 15 16 6 Bradford C......36 11 14 11 37 14 17 6 ... 36 12 1� 8 made-four hits and saved the game for New York in the ninth, when L. 9 8 7 35 17 7 11 37 19 If 7 ,. . , ^ 37 16- 9 13 44 I WlltJJSs was thrown out at the plate. 37 18 12 7 43 37 18 11 10 42 87 14 10 13, 41 40 37 37 12 19 6 Chelsea........ 37 10 21 6 Notts County ... 37. 7 81 9 Wooiwich A...... 37 23 23 11 37 36 33 33 32 31 30, 26 28 17 Second DlvWon P. W^ L. D. Preston N. E. .. .,i ,37 18..4 15 B'jrnley .. .. .; ,. 36 20 8 8 Birmingham .. . 37 17 10 10 Barnsley .. -----., 3S 18 11 7 Huddergfield T, ..,.37 16 12 9 Grimsby Town ... 37 15 12 10 Llncolil City .., 37,15 13 9 Loeds City .. .. ',. 37 16,13 9 to" play so that'the next" game may Wolverhampton 37 14 13 10 decide .he result, but at present It Is Hull City...... " " " ! very open. Br&dford was out for the Bury.......... 37 14 15 8 goill average last week and beat Glos- Bradford .. ..... 37 14 Id 8 bdp by 5 to 0, aster talcing the heavy Fulham......' .. 37 17 16 0 toll of 5 to 1 from Wolverhampton BrUtol City ..... 37 9 13 15 Wanderers on Wednesday. Glossop .1b out of danger at the other end of the table and wi]l_play in the second league for another season anyway, but, Blackpool and Stockport dl-op out. It is Interesting to note that la 37 games Preston has only lost 32 goals while It bas 54 to Its credit. , Burnley is an easy winner by num-i her of seals, having scored no less than 83 In 36 games'. Tlie Southern league presents a Glossop...... 36 12 16 8 Clapton O. ...... 37 8 14.14 Notts Forest .. .... 37 12 17 8 Leicester F....... 3712 17 8 Blackpool...... 37 9 20 8 Stockport i. ..... 37 ' 7 20 10 P. 51 48 44 43 41 40 39 3a 38 37 36 36 36 33 32 32 32 32 26 24 Score: ' Phlla.: ,, Oil 000 000 000 P- 2 7 N, York 000 002 OOO 000 0- 2 12 Seaton and Dooin; Tesreau, Wlltse and Wilson. � , . .t:. .- PITTSBURG A -jIsGR^jTOH WTO St. Louis, April ^2.-Although Per-rltt gave only tw;6, hita,' Pltrtaburg today won the thjr^ successive game Yrom St. Louis. by^^Jhe score of 1 to 0. .Slow ffoldlng'and' the ultoher's errors, followed by "if Blngle, jfave /the visitors their lone, tally. Pittsburg got its first hit in the .^eventh, when Wils'oa scratched jl 'iltifle through the pitcher's box. "Wilson moved to second on a sacrlficd, and went to third on Perrltt's poor throw. .McCarthy's single scored. WilBuls to ' score , tigatlon of the "baseball trust" by two Tvmq in libc first inning. In the sixth, Cleveland tied the score on t^n eVror and. three base hits hy Jackson and Xiajoie. A double and two bases on balls filled the basesi in Cleveland's half of the ninth, but good fielding prevented a score. Hamilton Is the first Jaft-handed pitcher' that,St. Louis has yet faced this season. Score: St. Louis .... lie 000 002- 4 8 2 Cleveland ... 000 002 000- 2 8 4 Hamilton and Alexander; Agnew, Steen and Land. Winnipeg, April 23.-:The opening and closing prices on the grain markets itoday were as follows: Wheat- Open May.............. 92% July .. .... .. .... BS'A October ....... .... Oats- - " ; May .. .. ..... .. .. 35% July ...... ...... Flax-May ............ 117% July .. ..... .. ..... 120 October .". .. .. .... 124 Closing Cash Prices Wheat-No. 1 Northern .. .. .... .. WttgUhgton, D. 0., Aprir 22.-The ! No. 2 Northern .. .. ... .. 89% " ' 'No. 3 Northern........... 87 No. 4........ .... .'. 833i . No. 6 ... .;. ... ..; ...... ' 78 No. 6 ... ... 73 Feed ... ...  Winter Wheat-No. 1 ... .�..� ... ... ... ... 94% No. 2 ----- .... 1)2 :No. 3 ....... ... 81'.4,. Oats- \ . No. 2 C. W. .. .. .. .. .. .. 35 No. 3 O. V/................ Ex. No. 1 Peed...... ...... 34Vi.. No. 1 Feed ... ... ... ... 3'1% No. 2 Feed ............ 31 Barley- No. 3 :.. ... ...... ..... No. 4 ... ....... ... ... .. Rejected ......     .    Peed ... ,.. Flax-No. 1 N. W. C. 1... ...... MInniBapbllB Wheat Open May .. ,.. .. 88 : July .. 90% September ..... Chicago Wheat May ..... ...... nm July .... ..: .. ..... 91^ September ,. ....... SO,^,' contxovetsy between Ty Colib and the Detroit American league baseball club management over the signing of Cobb'� contract for this season, may resultin an investigation by congress to ascertain whether the system'o^ players' contracts in the basetiftll leagues violates the Sher-matl :'antt-tru3t law or the law against peonage, Bepresentailye Hardwick of Geor-gia.-Mepresentiiig in congress the district Iti: which Cobb 11 ves,^ tonight stated he was working on a resolution''for'such an investigation and would introduce it in > the house next week. Senator JHolcB Smith. of Georgia, who''declares Ty Cobb is one of the south's moat prominont citizens, taiogtapKed.,to Cohb in Georgia today asking him to forward to Washington d copy.ot his contract and in-formatioh regarding the condition under which the players sign. The senatorSaid he wished to form an opinion as to-the validity of the contract.'and; ito ascertain whether it was true that-players are forced to accept salaries and terms or be forever barred from playing. "What I understand exists cannot exi^f lewlly," said Senator Smith. Repr^seota'tlve; Gallagher of Illinois,, in M�rdh last jrear, introduced a re?olui|on. which called for an invea"-tigUtibn of the "baseball trust" by a special 'committee. It was refer; red to the rules committee, but .no furthpr, action taken. It is understood Representative' Gallagher intends to, introduce a similar resolution at the present session.. GAMES IN MINOR LEAGUES Southern Swindon Town i. Plymouth A. .. Westham U. ., . prohlem which fe-w would care to bet Queen's Park R. on, as while Swindon Town has 48 Crystal Palace points for 37 games, Plymouth Ar- Millwall A, .... ..,37 18 12 gyie Is only two points hehind witb Exeter City one game more to play. Woatham Reading ., .. , United ; and .Q.ueen'ft Park Rangers Brighton and H. have, played-36 games and have 45 -Northampton ; and 44 points .respectively. Thuy Iti Portsmouth ,, may-jje seen, that while the Rangers I Coventry 0. ; could notViii-th.ey:could equal, the!Watford total' ait'present held. by ' Swindon',: Merthyr Town while any of the other two tnams ::,;>  Roohester .... .... .... 4 9 2 Providence............ 5 13 1 Qulnn and Blair; Lafltte and Ko-ch^r,  ' , - ^ Association Louisville........ .. .. 4 13 2 Minneapolis...... .. 5 3 2 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 St^iPaul.......  . .. .. 14 18 4 Walker and Karger; Collins and James'.' Colunil>us .. .. ... . . .. 4 6 1 Kansaa City...... . .. .. 2 6 1 Cook and Smith; Vaughan and Kritohell, 49%^ 49 45 . 44 116% Close 88% Sty* 91?i 92% 92% 91% M'CARIY WILL GET FOR HIS GABY APPEARANCE ON VICTORIA IN CAL-DAY CaJgaty; April aa.r-Lu'thor McCarty today agreed to terms with Promoter Tommy Burns to meet tho winner of the Pelkey-Morris contest on May 24. Pelkby and Morris arc matched to meet here in Calgary on May '12. - MdCarty is -to receive a guarantee of JS.OOO': or an option ot 40 per cent of the gfoss gate receipts. "� This WIU be the first time McCarty 1^49,a]PP?aWd ip Calgary tor two years. Oh April IS, 1011, McCarty starred his .pugilistic...career here, when. h(^. got a'draw with ^oe'Grim. At that time ho received $50 tor hi? performance. POSTPONED FOOTBALL. GAMES FREIGHT HANDiERS DEFEATED MOUNTED POLICE A-Kood game of football t^6k place ih the'matter of defence in the first kat night .on the Barrwkfl �MUi*, half,, rod eTerytbing vent their way SVeen-tcams representing C'N. W. in the;second. Thompson was the M. P., and tlie 0 P.'.ft, ^ooal.freifeht piclc o,f fM forwards.  Ldler'. ^^hen the latter'te^m^de- .winners lined feated tho Police by'2 goals to nil. R.'Matthews, G. Field, 1. Holland, The game was a good . ekhtbitloh .CFmant,.!;. Cowan. J. H. Smith, thrSgC although, 'the f freight P,,dJiyton, P. Farran), H. Thomp-sSfors had- Blightl|�^6;;ti#tSf;