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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Pajrc 6 THE WEEKLY KEKALT1 Friday, April 1913 2 Nortic-ni Northern -1 Nortliur.ii r> Northern 1 lin 2 lied -I Red lfa, No. 3, per ton s IOTE0 EPIY Challenge For American Cup Has Not Been Answered Yet London, April Tims. Up- ft un, .lias iici'ii waiting ,llie roply of York dub iu his challenge ior tlu1 c.ifi t'Uj) is surprised over delay in answering his dtMi. Tliti C'msitieraUim hv HIP corr.mittt'i'- of American club has been put nil fur three weeks. He Haiti lie mutter- sttiod thnt the usual vourso was to refer to the oi ,1hn club, but on' iliu hist occasion gathered, ou tfic ilay us the club met ami the Sy'as sent night. In regard to .ihe report cabled from Neiv York Hhat the New "Ynrk Vaoht dirt would .fur some further particulars Sir .Thomas Lip ton1 saiii he coulii ijot itu- what further details uorp as .the was nrav.-n tin the lines of the previous one which VHP New York Yacht club bud crptedl ff. Pa.. April X-ray axniiiimuion of Ute hi- juret! itnro of Hans of National Jwi- teiuii, hag disclosed niHU ins moro thuu a bail bruise. it Is said, win play hall within tv.'o WOOKS. ENGLISH WORLD'S CHAMPION TO DEFEND HIS TITLE JULY NEXT IN GAMES IN MAJOR LEAGUES American Naffonal OKKGft STRONG IN' PINCHES EASY PICKING FOR GIANTS Detroit, April In their lirst New York, April TJie Giants clash ot' the season ai Naviit field, easily defeated Philadelphia in. the Cleveland outplayed Detroit today third game of the series today by a and won 5 to 3.' Ori'gs was better si'ore of 7 to L Mooro started in thu London, April Harry, of England, champion scull- ftv, and Henry IVarco, of Australia, were matenni yesterday to suull nubuc thp an" Philadelphia and lasted only world's cham- tcr's own error in the sixth was innings. Notalilo catches by sponsible for one o! (Jh-vrlaml's runs. I Doyle, Burns and Murray featured i last race for the 'Scn'lu- ta" a lUe game. ,i ,m I'.rr aml thinl. Philadelphia si t" tory. LaU JK1r M. I Stannic and MeKeen. nn as, "Harry I e from Arnst iu' c recovered liis title Australia, lie clefeiulivl the title against Durnnn, Toronto, last Oeto- bcr, n't tiir, p.-isc on both oc- casions. 10 5 3 and OLD MANAGER Clerelaut, 0., April 21. "Cy" Yuimg, former major league :pitcUcr, famous for than a score of ycava, late today signed a contract in manage tho club oi the Fed- eral for tha coming season. Practice and the selection of a team loinorrow at Luna Park, SCOTTV McKAV The British Columbia fight and wel- ter weight boxer whose entry for the Canadian Boxing Championships at Toronto has been refused. He was professionalized fay the Ontario Un- ion two years ago Tor boxing at an un- sanctioned bout at Sunderland, under an assumed name. HYLAND AND SCALER Together Tomorrow at Vancou- er Winner Meets Canadian Fighting Dick Hylund and Kid Sealer meet tomorrow njgbt at Van- couver, in a bout. This will be their second appearance ag- jalnst each other. In their first bout j Tommy Hums handed an unpopular decision down, giving tuc fight to Sealer, but bis judgment was not tliiu of a vast majority of the- spectators at the ringside. Saturday's meeting ought to defin- itely settle the question or supremacy. ivltinor will challenge JOB Bay- ley, the Canadian champion. SENATORS m.KVV 113 7 11 2 Moore, Wilson and Killifer Ames, Nelson and Myers and Hartley. SECOND VICTORY St. Louis, April to- day pounded flvo pitchers off tho mound, while Suggs was effective, NATIONAL W. Now Yort 7 Pittsburg........ 7 Chicago 7 Philadelphia. Brooklyn 'i St. Louis Boston 1! Cincinnati 2 Philadelphia Washington llovelandi Detroit AMERICAN W. St Louta 3oston New York I'.C .77: .701 .701 .57: .HI .30' .22! .322 P.C .560 A AM .429 .'364 .222 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION and sacrifices added to tho scor- lend of one run ton lell on Groomo ami batted out a victory. Boston 6 10 1 Washington' 3 12 I) Beilient and UarriRnn Orooine aui! Ainsmith. where the Federals will open the ssa-fion here on May 3, .with the Coving-ton, Ky., TIP-TOP CONDITION Work of Week Will Kaep Thtm on Edge and Down to Stipulated Weight Los Angeles, April iy. A period of final, earneet work of preparation fcr iheir battle on April 29, for the featherweight title, was entered upon today by Champion Johnny Kllbane, and liis challenger, Johnny Dundee. Eftfrh boy already jippeara to be in tiptop shape, and the work of the last few days will be merely to keep close to the stipulated poundage, and to hold Hie edge of condition. Ivilbane has been made a 10 to 8 favorite in the 'betting through a few early wagew. There la little Dundee money in sight aa yet, ,but there are indications that wagering will he-come lively aa fight day London, April Tno re- playei! final tie In the Welsh Football Cup, yesterday, re- suited in u win tor Swansea over Poutyprldd by the score at 1 goal to nil. t. UMPIHES TO Chicago, AprJJ Umpires on the diamond immaculate in white flannels three years, according to an announcement made at Ills training International Jfontrea! Baltimore Smith and Burns 1 3 Dantoctli Toronto 0 Jerwj' 3 Brant, Herbert and Orabr.m Hale and Lee. Buffalo............................. i Newark 3 Jameson and and Higglns. -1 1 2 and 2 1 2 Mr llriui lO.on Shouts OalB 22.UU Rolled Oats FRIDAY'S GRAIN PRICKS wrt closinp: ____ today were: Wheat- Slay July Octoliw....... May July October April Tho on tho grain mar- Open 93% 05% 50 119% 322% 120 Closfj Cl islng Cash Prices Wheat- No. 1 Northern............ N'o. 2 Northern No. o Northern No. -I.................. No. 5......... No, C......... Feed............ Winter Wheat- No. 1......... No. 2................ N'o. ?i...... No. I................. Oats- No. 2 0. C. W................ is. No. 1 Feed........... s'o, 1 Forul No. 2 Fetid No. 3........ lejected I N. w. C............ Gowdy Atchisrm Rochester 4 7 Providence...................... 2 5 Wilhelm and Jacklitsch Bailey and Kocher. NORTHWESTERN" LEAGUE Victoria................................... i Spokane........................... .4 Wilson, Schultz and Meek Meltou, Rishcrg-and Portland-Vancouver, rain, COASTTEAGUE 3an Francisco 3 Lcs -.Angeles 2 Venice 5 Oakland 3 Sacramenio o JESB WILLARD AND GUNBOAT SMITH MATCHED Jimmy. Coffroth Will Stage the Bout San Franclico en May 17 San. Francisco, Cal., April 24.Sur- mounting In importance, any match here in the past year, with tho possible exception o! the Wolgast- Ritchle battle, Jess Wlllard, the Kan- heavyweight, was matched today o meet Gunboat Smith of California, oriqueror of Bombardier Wells, at Mrpth's Eighth street open air arena lay 17. Wlllard is in the city, while mith Is campaigning around New 'ork.. He will be brought to the oast at once. Tom Jones, Willard's manager, ans to taite him to the mountains or a preliminary conditioning spell, 'he big cowboy is already in fair hape, and figures on being in the onditlon ot his life tor the Gunboat. H4fitenin0 the Diagnosis "Did the doctor diagnose your "Tea." "Ho.w long did it "Not, long. I wore my ahahbieat itlit." West Elgin license commissioners refused licenses to four hotels in at. Thomas and heir! over one more. MAURIO V18COUNTE The Italian champion runner ran Tom Longboat in Toronto For You Alone We simply show you tlie samples, take your measurements, learn your personal preferences. You get the style of clothes you want, made from the fabric you want, in the way you want. f It is worth while looking into, isn't it? to Cash Tailor 315 Gih Streei S., Lethbridge ;