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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta rhuisday. April 24, 1918 .Carried Off Grand Prize at the Lethbridge Kennel Club Show if LOCAL DOG SECOND BEST Shew Closes Tonight - Not Largely Attended but was a Success GOTCH VEPY LIKELY >> TO MEET ZBY8ZK0 Chicago, April 28.-Zbysako defeated Constant Lemarln at the Coliseum tonight in two straight falls. The Pole eeovir-ed the firat fall in minutes and put bis man flown b aec-ond time In 43 minutes, using a toe bold both titnes^. Notwlthsta^nclinB, reports to the contrary, it Is understood that Frank Gotoh wJll meet :the winner, probably on July 4, RAY BRANSON WON FROM HILL PITCHED IN HIS OLD FORM YESTERDAY CANADIAN WAS OUTGOUGHT IN TEN-ROUND BOUT AT MINNEAPOLIS .It was an Airedale dog, "Clipstone Wret Shot," owned by A. P. Muchmbr, . of> ."Wlnoipegi that carried ott the gpi^rid ; prize at the second annual e)iqw. 9t'tl>* Lsthbridge Kennel Club t the Exhibition Jl?arj!i.?;^||�e :��tma^ is a beauty, win-ilffi5.iei|ryt^iDjB in. Wb class, besid�B � iBut a lipthljrldge^og took secbnd iriJ the grand prizes. M P. Tuson's �'Ijady Valeria," wWcb cleaned up ev-rfytMUg yesterday in the English ; b4?1-?^s?wb. was fi olMre runnerrup, W|'UJl(9e the Hudsott'-s Bay sterling ri yer cap, yalued at |56,00, for the b^pt dOg of the opposite sex to the J.w|nner of tha grand prize.- This ^i^Icea the season's winnings for l silver cup, which mutt be :;Jwoa-: i4i'8e tiropp before -b�c6ming the isprpperty Of the winner, vi,! ;A,fher: fflpecisl prize? awarded were: :[;:::i:;^^Bpepng Q\iPi:tOT mner ot best :;clo|f; of 'opposite pes to the winner of th^ AlM^'ndra Hptel >flonybBar^. ICC-Won by J. C. Pletch-. _ yprksfelre terrier, "Brockley " flpeoUiI prize, |5.00, given by Baw ;,=v;,^ig,en Bros,-Won by Walter Brown's ..jjiS^Oayfield Lnd." P&|,iiil?alr. boots, donated by W. J. Nel-j|5||^^p-T-Wbn hy J,.:E.'Rannard's "Sliver Indianapolis, Ind., "April 23.-Ray Bronson,. of Indianapolis, received a popular Qeclsion over Hillyard IjSng, the Canadian welterweight, after ten rounds of fast fighting, here, tonight. At no time during the bout did the Canadian have the better of the local man, while the sixth and seventh were Bronson's by a large margin. COBB TO TALK TO NAVIN .Tiger Outfielder to Go to Detroit This Week Hoping to Land Suitable Contract Detroit, Mich., April 24.-Tyrus Cobb will be in Detroit, some time^ this week to "talk business" with President Navin, according to the predic, tion Of mutual frieiads, who have been trying hard to heal the breach. Mr. Navin declines to discuss the naatter, but ft is learned on excellent authority th;at Cobb will come here "knowing what salary he can get" for playmg ball this season. GAMES IN MAJOR LEAGUES National Nimbly hittino and *errobs Boston, April. 23.-Brodklyn did spnie timely hitting this afternoon and. aided by errors, deleated Bps-ton 7 to 2. Rucker held the locals ; Ainer!. ..... .. 7 �4 .636 Chicago .. ... . .. 7 5 .583 Detroit........ ... 7 .417 St. Ijjuls .. .. .. 5� 9 .357 Boaton .. .. .. .. .. 3 7 .300 New York ., .. 3 7 .30ff NATIONAL . W. Philadelphia ...... 4 Pittsburg ........ 7 New York........ 6 Ohipago......... 7 Brooklyn......... 4 St. Louis........ 4 Boaton........... 1 Cincinnati ........ 1 �P.C. .667 .700 .750 .700 . .500 .400 .125 .125 NORTHWESTERN Ippjij � flhow, closea tonight, i^nd is '"'ijirfi^-the best; effort the club at/imade; The success of local ] ^ .^8'har "been a' great impetus to v!);ipKQrt8: of local; dog fanciers to rt^'ifup; local kennela -so that local "---b^may not always be dependent |j|1iaI4Pt'}eiii;riiB9,?rJio are'compelled ;/�fy|}rAl'*;lj�iidred .'miles under ^�Jexpense. 'The show should have :i^^M^it^''.lii;iit.awif^ax>6,- tor At hj^':.of.!:lt,f'vHpwevar, local 1^ havie 'been generous In atipnB;sand ;the� officers at *liei-'o}nb,aro well satisfied W. L. P.C. 6 . 2 .750 5 4 .556 4 5 .444 4 4 .500 4 6 .400 3 6 .333 SCOTTISH LEAGUE While it is almost safe to say that the league flag.will lly at Ibrox next year, as has often been found in such competitions, "there's many a slip." With 49 points and'two games to play the light blues have a good lead from Celts who have 46 points for the same number of games. For some time it looked as if Celts would give the Ibrox eleven a hard run tor rt, but Rangers have only to win their next game . to win the league. Hearts wjll occupy third place hut are unable to interfere with the result. While Fa]kirk has only 35 points for 29 games, the cup winners should be able to. get higher than 'sixth place 'hefore the competition ends. Queen's Park wins another "wooden spoon" and Hanipdon will now have quite a collection.' It is a regrettable proof of the rteclln* of amateurism that the one-time champion club of Britain should occupy such an ignominious position in the league. Par-tick Thistle look like being second from the bottom when the contest closes. Raith Rovers shculd pile up a good few points in their five games not yet decided. . ' P, W. L. D. Rangers........-32 22 5 5 Celtic.......... 32 21 7 4 Heart.s.......... 30 16 8 6 Airdrieonians .. .. 32 13 8 11 Aberdeen .-....... 34 14 11 9 Falkirk........ 2f) 13 7 9 Hibernians...... 30 15 10 5 Motherwell ...... 32 11 9 12 Clyde.......... 30 13 10 7 Hamilton A....... 32 12 12 8 Kilmarnock...... 33 10 13 10 St. MIrren...... 32 10 14 8 Third Lanark .... 33 8 13 12 Morton......... 34 11 16 7 VviWdihi......... 38 8 14 11 Ralth Rovers .. .. 29 7 13 9 Partick Thistle .... 31 8 19 4 Queen's Park ,, .. 32 ' 3 26 3 . IRISH., LEAGUE The Irish Leagije looks like a procession with Distillery leading six points ahead of Linfield. However as the leaders have played two more games than any of the next three it�ams, the decision Is not by any means a foregone? �conelusl.oa. Lln-^fleld, this yeai'B winners ot the Challenge Cup, have one point on hand from Glantoran but as five games have yet to be play�d the positions may all be altered. First Division  P. W. L. D. P. Distillery 9 6" l' 2 14 Llnfleld......... 7 3 2.2 8 Qlenavon........ 7 Glentoran........ 7 Cllftonville. .. .. '.'.i 5 Shelbourne....... 8 Belfast Celtic...... 7 Second Division � P. W. JOHNSON CLEANED RED SOX Wf^hlhgton, .April 23. - Walter JohnBon pitched wonderful ball against Boston today, blanking tjiem 8 to-O. He allowpd Ijiit two hits, one of whtchi a Texas leaper., camo in the nipth, and gave two .bases on bsills, one in the 7th and one iu the 9th. Boston ..,... ............... 0 2 1 Whshtngtoh ............... 6 12 o Oollljisand C'arrlgan ; Johnson .and Ainsmlth. t and closing, prices on the grain mar- kets today'wore: ..Wheat- Open Close May........ .... "93 93% July............. 94% 94% October- ........ 90>.4 SB% Oats- May............ � 35% 35% July............ 36% , 36% Flax May............ 117% 119% .Tuly............ .120% 112% October .. .. ...... 125 125?; Closing Cash Prices Wheat- No. 1 Northern .. .. 93% No. 2 Northern .. .. No. 3 Northern .... �87 "Mn 4 . ...... � �4 i^u. ^ .. .. ... ..  Kn R . ......  rn 1>U. it ... ... (  . ... JjQ_ (5.......'. , ... 74 . Feed ...... ...... u Winter Wheat- No. 1........... ... .  y Btrlct presemtlpp of all an-Jijjal .iBavblrd life wVtWn tb^ parlt viiiitdr� win be aSorded Ipcre'aiifld tir tsiUtles for shooting during t,be Al ^lerta gavoe aeaBon-In the (ndloinlng district, the'park being a sanctuary vfor ail kinds otgaw��.'' The gtatf at thp.pj^rK Is now engag-od in .building a wagon road 'trail to Pyramid Lake, one of the finest spots lathe park; for-the erection pt sum-, meu''cottages. PyVamfd'Lake affords excellent fishing.,/;'"Prpl!o8f,pr Prince, superintendent'. ^..ppiplnlffP fisheries, has prom-ilfed to ito'cK this and other lakes In the park *ith fiain ,thot.wlll thrive In these watcTB, {hu^ Increasing the at-traotjpn� for those desirous ot pur-tminif' thU sport. ' T))i!i'park contains numerous ideal flahjpg" resorts, ^Ith tho purest of water and a 'pleasant. cUniate, Tho nooij^ftjr teniip'eratilrp during ithe first thre0,�weeks In April was from 70 to 88 degrees in the shade, with real jMimffier oonditlons prevailing through. "�*......^. . Ij^qst'SeH^'tEAQUi GAM ES � lipp^dpp; Aprjl'' "23,-~01d ;, Country (obibftU ipl'a^ea itfipy: Tint division; Ximym, l; Sunderland, 1. �Sfl'jBgTid'plyhlo^: BarjisUy, i; Burnley, 0. . .f ' Soiithern League:, ............>, Plymouth Argyle, 2; Qiuoen's Park; littrigWB, , ', SAINTS LINE-UP St. OjS^prian's team for tomorrow night's game with Westmlnst'^a: wlU. be:' . Hawkins; Holtaorton and Lee; Jay-, cock. Palmer and Dunk; Faunch, Short, Daieell, Smith and Hooker. FOOTBALL EXECUt'iVE The executive of the football league will meet in Mr. Haxton's office, Conybeare block, tomorrow evening, at "oight o'clouk, to discuss matters pertaining to the opening of the league on Tuesday next. DON'T MISS IT! The game to,decide the champion-Bhip ot the Sunday Sqhool Football League takes place tomorrow night at the Ball Park, commencing at 6.30. There will be an admission tee of ' 15 cents charged, and the spectators will surely, get a good, run tor their � money. The crucial battle has been announced to tn}ce place tonight, but the , .iptfilns ot both teams decided to hold the game for Frido.y night In- i stead. Nev,or have two local teams been more lusty for one another's BoulpB than those two rival aggregations, and it will be-a merry tilt, nb doubt. The winnorp will count it as; glorlou.q victory, while the-losers will-feel that they have suffered a terrible blow. No matter which te^m'Is fortunate in carrying oft the honoifs, : there io one thing certain;, tb? win- . nprs will know thai they h�v� been through a battle you don't B69 even':, day. The last time these teams niot; a goal-lesff draw was the result,'whfoh' ,l8 a good criterion o� 'their reapaotlvo i ability. Every soccer devotee should;' take In this gamc to'morlW'ftflBhlt, I m 7617 5 ?6?50960771?58 ;