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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta J" � � , r - r 1 ^1 rHE LEX�?BRIDGE WEEKLY 15ERA1JD Friday, April 25,1013 1 11 1 V EJ F r- ^1 J REHD Challenge For American Cup Has Not Been Answered Yet WAGNER BACK IN TWO WEEK'S TIME I'ittfiburg. Pft.. April 'J4.-An X-ray oxnmination of the injured knco of Hans Wngnor, of ;ho Pittsburg National lon-gue team, has disclosed noth ing more than a bad bruise. Wagnor. it. is said, wlil play ball witliiu two weeks. ROW AGAIN ENGLISH WORLD'S CHAMPION TO DEFEND HIS TITLE IN JULY NEXT GAMES IN MAJOR LEAGUES American f ' -7 J - 4 4 London, April "v.-Sir Tiio.^. \Ap~ Iton, who has been anxioitsly waiting itlic rpply (It the'.Vow ^ ork Yacht rlub lo his challenge lor th^* Auif^ri-can cup ts somewhat smpriscd over .the delay in answcrin;; iiis dell. '!*h? Consideration by the committee of 1 lie American dnb has been put nil loc three weeks. He said he niider-Btood that the usual course was to xefer a rhaiienge to the committee of ilho club, but on " tlie last occasion ttho committee gathered on ihe fonie day as the club met and the leplv Syas sent that night. In regard to the report cabled from Xt-w York .Ihftfc the New York Yacht cltih would RSiv for sonie further particulars Sir ri'homas Lipton said he could not un-'d^rstand what lurther details were dcKired, as ,thc challenKC was drawn on the lines of the previous one which the New York Yacht club had accepted! i London, April 25.-Krnest Barry, of England, world's champion sculler, and Henry Pearce, of Australia, were maicnea yesterday to scull from Putney to Morllakc July 21, for the world's championship. The last race for the pionship rowed by when he met Arnst for the cham-puv'-.j on the Parrauirttta River, .July :iJ), nhcn Arnst scored the victory. Last 5 ear on July 39, "Harry recovered his title from Arnst in Australia. He defended the title against Durnnn. Toronto, last October, winning;; with rase on both occasions. GHEGCt strong IX PLXCHES Detroit, April 2i.-ln their first clash of the season at Navin field, Cleveland outplayed Detroit today and won 5 to H. Oregi^ was better than Dubuc in the pinches, and the Jat wnriH�B nKom 1 ^P'^'s own error in the sixth was re-rrl Tvn�" sponsifalc for oHc of OltMchmd's runs- learce ^^as , j^^^g^^ ^ ^^^^^ ^j^^^. ^^^^ ^^^^^^ stealing, and once piliering third. National fX 1 * * Cleveland Detroit . Gregg and � Carisch Stanage and McKecn. 5 10 1 a 5 2 Dubuc and HYLAND AND SCALER Come Together Tomorrow at Vancouver-Winner Meets Canadian Champion OLD ''Cr A MANAGER Cleveland, April 24. - "Cy Voimg, former major league pitche famous for more than a score of! years, late today signed a contract to manage the local club of the Federal ^.eague for the coming season. Practice and the selection of a team will begin tomorrow at Luna Park, where the Federals n^ill cpen the ssa-son here on May 3, with tlie Covington, Ky., team. SCOTTY rvicKAY The British Columbia light and wetter weight boxer whose entry for the Canadian Boxing Championships at Toronto has been refused. He was professionalized by the Ontario Union two years ago for boxing at an un-sanctioned bout at Sunderland, under, an assumed name. Fighting Uick Hyland and Kid Scaler meet tomorrow night at Vancouver, in a ten-ronnd bout. This will be their second appearance against each other. In their first bout Tommy Burns handed an unpopular decision down, giving the fight to Scaler, but his judgment was not that of a vast majority of the spectators at the ringside. Saturday's meeting ought to definitely settle tlie question of supremacy. The winner will challenge Joe Bay-ley, the Canadian champion. SENATORS BLKAV IP Washington, April 24 -Vvhiie Washington outhit f3o8ton today, the visitors bunched their hits and beat the home team 6 to 3. Washington had a lead of one run in the ninth, but Bos-. ton fell on Groome and batted out a victory. Washington ..................... 3 Bedient and Carrigan ; Groome Ainsmith. EASY' PICKING FOR GIANTS New Y'ork, April 24.-The Giants easily defeated Philadelphia in. the third game o! the series today by a score ot 7 to 1. Moore started in the box for Philadelphia and lasted only two innings. Notable catches by Doyle, Burns and Murray featured the game. Philadelphia ................... 14 3 New Y'ork* ..................... 7 11 2 Moore, Wilson and Killlfer ; Ames, Nelson and Myers and Hartley. New York Plttaburg Chicago Philadelphia Brooklyn 4 St liOUlB .� ^* 4 Boston .. ......2 Cincinnati ........ 3 I f�..:f. h 7 7 7 4 U 3 t rr 4 P.C. ,778 .700 ,700 .571 .445 .304 ,222 .222 10 1 12 0 and REDS* SECOND VICTORY St. Louis, April 24.-Cincinnati today pounded five pitchers oft the moimd, while Suggs was effective, Cincinnati winning from St. Louis 10 to 3. This is Cincinnati's second victory of the season. Double and triple hits were frequent, while pass-cs and aacri flees added to the scoring-Cincinnati ...................... 10 14 2 St. Louis ...................... 3 Id 1 Suggs and Clarke ; Severold, Salee, Burke, Reading, Geyer and Wingo. AMERICAN Philadelphia...... 7 Washington C Cleveland...... ^ Detroit.......... K Chicago........... Ot SL Louis fi Boston ...�...... 4 New York L. 4 ti 8 8 � �  � � 4 P.C. .778 .550 .692 .455 .429 .429 .3(i4 .222 LOCAL PRICES Grains and Provisions rrlces paid farmers* No. 1 Northern .....:.................. No. 2 Northern........................ No. 3 Narthcru ........................ "J No. 4 Northern ........................ ^^'^ No. 5 No.'.:thern .......................^ No. 1 Red ................................. 74 No. 2 Red................................. 71 No. :5 Red ................................. fi'' No. 4 Red ................................. Alfalfa, No, 2, per ton ..........$ fl.On prairie....................................... 11.00 Brnn .......................................... 19.00 Shorts ........................................ 21.on OatB .....................................'...... 22.00 Rolled Oats ^............................ 2fl.0U FRIDAY'S GRAIN PRICKS Winnipeg. April 24.-The opening the grain jnai-- (vMt closing pi-Ice? on Uots today were: Wheatr- May ... , .1 ......= - - July ........ Octobei'..........i Oats-May ... July October Open 93% 90^;^ 119% 122% 320 Close 95 90 U .11.9 a; 122 AMBRICAlN ASSOCIATION wa- three KILBANE AND DUNDEE IN TIP-TOP CONDITION Work of Week Will Keep Them on Edge and Down to Stipulated Weight MCU D WHO IS THIS WILLIAMS Chicago, AprlL 24.-Outfielder Hams of St- Louis today made three-base hits in four times at bat, and Chicago lost the opening game j with St. Louis. Two triples figured in the score, locals hit Mitchell freely, but unable to score more than one St. Louis ......................:. a Chicago .......................... 1 BOSTON WON HARD GAME Boston, April 24.--*Boston defeated Brooklyn 1 to 0, in a 13-inning game this afternoon. Both pitchers were effective and between thera 19 batters struck out. In the final inning of Williams'! Barnes bunted safely, but was forced The Mitchell and Agnew Easterlv. were rvm. 9 0 11 1 Cicotte and ' at second by Connelly after Maran-ville fouled to Miller in an effort to sacrifice. Brookljn ........... Boston.............. .Allen and Miller W. Milwaukee . .i ... .> ^. 8 Kainsaa City...... 7 Indlant^>oHs ^.. ., 6 Minneapolis ..... 6 ColumbUft LouJerllld .... 6 Tol^o .. ..,...... 4 St. Pai!l.......... 4  9  � 4 5 L. 4 4 5 fi 5 i 4 8 P.C. .607 .636 .545 .500 .500 .333 Closing Cash Prices Wheat-No. 1 Northern   . ,> ... No. 2 Northern No. n Northern No. 4 ... No. 5 ... No. 6 ,.. 4   f � �   4 .   fl - 1 a 4 NORTHWESTEfflN W. Vancouver........ 6 Seattle.......... 5 Portland ......... 4 Victoria......... 5 Spokane ........ 4 Tacoma......... ?> L. 4 4 5 6 6 P.C. .750 .556 .600 .500 ,400 .333 Feed .. Winter Wheat No. 1 No. 2 .. No. 3 ..  No. 4 ... *1 92Vi 9.0 Oh 88 8-iya 79 76 C4 94^i 921/2 90 U 86^4 No. 2 C. \V...... ^ o, Ci W > t � � � Ek. No. X Feed .. No. 1 Feed No. 2 Feed 35',^ 4 � � t * *   *     * 4 �  * * * � * 4  33 li 433 IV;! 0 8 0 1 7 1 James and Whai-' V UMPIRES TO WEAR WHITE Chicago, April 25.-Umpires of the American league will appear on the diamond immaculate in while flannels on "special occa- alouB," President B. B. Johnson announced today. One of these OGca-sions will be May 7, v.hen Trank Chance will be giv&n a great reception. Umpires will appear In "full dress" on holidays anrt when the President of the United States aitends the games. T r I ' Lob Angeles, April 25.-A period j of final, earneat work of pre;jaratlon I for their battle on April 2'.*, tor the featherweight title, was entered ;ipon today by Chuuipion Johnny Kilbane. and his chailengrr, Johnny Dundee, Kach boy already appears lo be in lip-I lop shape, and the work of the last j fev,' days will be merely to kefp clcse {to the stipulated poundage, and to hold edge ot condition, Kilbaue has been made a 10 to 8 favorite In the betting through a few early wager?. There Is Iktle Dundee money In sight as yet, hut there are Indications that wagering will become lively &g fight day approaches. V London. April 25.-The replayed final tie in the Welsh Football Cup. yesterday, resulted in a win for Swaneea over Pontypridd by the score of 1 goal to nil. V NOTICES S. O. E. FOOTBALL TEAM 4 1 The following players are retiuest-od to turn out tomorrow (Saturday niffht) for a practice match with the .Mounted Police team on tho ban-racks ground. Dress in the hall at er, Willetts, Chiswick. Leo, Hall Urap-six o'clock-Walton, Gallaggher, Fryer Parker Holbertou and Beslwick. YAXKEKS WERE OUTFIELDED Philadciphia, Pa., April 24.-Superior work in the field and on tho bases ottset New York's superiority in pitchin;; and gave Philadelphia today's victory by 4 to I. Schultz held the home team down to five hits, but they were accompanied with five of Philadelphia's stolen bases and three errors by Xe\l York and yielded inns. New York ........................ 1 11 2 Philadelphia .................... 4 6 1 Schultz and Williams ; Stcrritt, Bender and Thomas. Then He Knew First Broker-"Did you win or lose In that big drop In stock?" Second Broker floftlly)-"That is my business, sir. Say, can you direct roe to a flve-cent lunch counter?"-- New York Weekly. Barley- No. 3...... Rejected ... Feed ... ... Flax-No. 1 N. W. C 49i.it 46 45 iisv 2 GAMES IN MINOR LEAGUES Association � � * 4  � 4  * Minneapolis Indianapolis Lcibhart and Owens Casey. 2 . 3 Schardt 4 4 V * 5 0 7 1 and Over-Conaclentlous .Milwaukee...................... i Ccl'-Unbtis .................. .,. 8 � .Nicholson and Hughes ; Cole Smith. 6 1 15 3 and International Montreal Baltimore Smith and Burns Egani 4 4 I 3 4 �6 1 Danforth and Dumplcton-"you're sending . your daughter to a fashionable tchool, aren't you?" v Von Blumer-"YeH." "How does she like it?" "Fairly well; but she complains that she has no time to study."-Life. Kansas City Louisville Morgan and O'Connor Clemons. 5 G 11 12 5 Toronto ........................... 0 Jersey City .................... 3 Brant, Herbert and Graham Hale and Lee. 2 1 I 2 Me- Powell and I St. Paul Toledo Laroy Kreuger. t*4*�4 and James 3 . 3 J amcs 7 o 4 *  � Hufialo Newark Jameson and and Higglns. � i P  � 7-Novice-DogB & ibltches. -1, Faultless Flirt. Chas. Thompson-ClaB& 98-Open--Dogs and bitches- 1, Faultless Flirt. Scotch Terriers ClasB 9n-^Puppie8, dogs & bitches -L Rosomont Dirk, H. B. Sims. ClasB 101-Open-Dogs-1, Oham- �DogB-Champion Abertay Bitches-Brockiey Heath- I I \ I'M pion "Abertay Emigrant, W. Forrest; 2i Rosemont Dirk. flasa 102-Open-Brock ley Heather l-a3H, J. C. Fletcher, Winner-Emigrant. Wlnnor-er Xjass. Specials Art braas flower pot for best-Brockley Heather Lafls. F-)untalc pen for beet of opposite sex-Champion Abertay Etnlgrant. Yorkshire Terriers Claas 104-Novice-Dogg 6 bitche� -1, Brockiey Peanle. J. C. Fletcher. Class 105-Open-Dogs & bitches- Ij Brockiey Jeanle. Brockiey Jeanle also won the winners' and special iirlze. Manchester Terriers Sir Arthur .JohuBton wiUi his Champion Willodale Leader, won everj'-thing in this class, including winners'. i Whippets Class 109-Open-Dogs & bitches. -1, Champion Jessie of Hayden, Fred Gate; 2, Watford Dean, Chas. Cowell, "Champion JehHie of Hayden" also won winners' ajid special prizes. Pommeranians Puppies, dogs and bitches, any color-1, Merry Mike, Mrs. Hartridgo of Calgary; 2, Den My Chree, Mrs. Hart-ridge; 3, Chubby, Mi..s Gibson. Novice, dof,'s and bitches, cny color -1. Merry Mike; 2. Ben My Chree; 3, Timidox, J. K. Rannurd, Leth'brJdge. X--lmil, doj?b and bitches, any color -1. Nithfldak- Sable Atom, Mrs. Hart-ridge; 2, Parkneuk, Mr:*. Hartrldge; 3, Anonla Jim, W. Joi)U.ston. Open, dogs, >.hite-!, Anonla Jim; 2, Ben My Chrefr. :\, Chubby. Open, bltchea, white-1, Boraly Win dy. Mrs. Hurtrldge; 2. Anonla Fluff, W. Johnston; 3, Waidlaw Quosn Girlie. J. E. Rannard. Open, dogs, black-1, Siowethorn Rajah, Mrs. Hartrldge; 2, Tlmldox, J, K. Rannard. Open, bitches, black-1, Champion Zaza., Mrs, Hartley: 2. Heather Lass, A. Stickney; 3, Ambition's Atom, Mrs. Hartrldge. Open, dogs, other than black or white;-1, EadcUft Magpie, Mrs. A. Stlctoey; 2, Wee MscGregor, W. Johnston; 3, Nithsdale Sable Atom, Mrs. Hartrldge. Open, bitches, other than blaok or white-1, Boraly Nltz, Mrs. Hartley. Winners-Dogs- BndclJtf Magpie. Reaerve-^Wee MacGregor. WinncTfl-Bitches-Champion Zaza. Reserve-Merry Mike. 8peeUls Cup for b�Bt, won by "BndcMff Magpie." Cocoa pot for best owned toy member Lethbridge Kennel Club, won by "Champion Zaza." Five dollar prize for best owned by resident of I.iethbrldse, won by J. E. Rannard'* "Wa-rdlaw Qutjcn Girlie." 8kye Terrier* V. C. Kobold had the only entry, "Champion Sandy McPherson," taking all the prizes in the class. "Lancashire Lass" won lor J, M. Aldritt in the same way in tho Bed-llngton Terriers* class. Chesapeake Bay Dogs Open, dogs and bitches-l, Clicsa-peako Knight, A." B. Stafford; 2, Brock ley NelUe, J. C. Fletcher. "Chesapeake Knight" also took winners' honors in this class with "Brock ley Nellie" as r�servQ. "Dolly Gray," owned by Ray and Griffiths, was the only French Poodle in the show, winning all the prizes in that class. 6yd. Russell's "Bruce" won the only prize awarded In the miscellaneous class. Rochester .. Providence Martin, Wilhelm and Bailey and Kocher. 7 1 5 3 Jacklitsch : 2 NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE Spokane .................................... 4 Wilson, Schultz and Meek ; Melter, Risberg and Auer. Portland-Vancouver, rain, COAST LEAGUE San Francisco ............................ 3 Lcs Angeles .............................. MAURiO VISCOUNTY The Italian champion runner who ran Tom Longboat In Toronto 2 Venice ......... ,................. ,........ 5 Oakland ..................................... 3 X^o^^l �*�4t+ttt t�ttitt�* * \ 3Acrftiii6uio �ti4�t>** tjp44........1.....t� 0 PRIZEFIGHTER INSURES HAND8 Lob Angeles, April 24.-'Jobnny KU* baae, featherweight champion, who will meet Johnny Dundee, In a tched-uled twenty-round bout at Vernon arena, the night of April 29, applied today for a policy Insuring bis hands for aB.bOO for a term of three yearp, according to an announcement made at his training �Amp. JE88 WILLARD AND GUNBOAT 8MITH MATCHED Jimmy Coffroth Will Stage the Bout 8an Francisco on May 17 Ban Francisco, Cal., April 24.Surmounting in importance any match made here in the past year, with tho possible exception of the Wolgast-Rltchie battle, Jess Wlllard, tho Kansas heavyweight, was matched today to meet Gunboat Smith of California, conqueror of Bombardier Wells, at Coffroth's Eighth street open air arena May 17. 'Willard is in the city, while Smith is campaigning around New York. He will be brought to tho coast at once. Tom Jones, WiUard's manager, plana to take him to the mountains for a preliminary conditioning spell. The big cowboy is already In fair shape, and figures on being in tho condition ot his life for tho Gunboat. or ou Al one i Hasttnlno tho Diagnosis r "Did the doctor dlaguoae your case?" "Yes ** "How long did It take?" "Not long. I wore my Bhabbieat snlt." We&t Elgin license commlnsionerA refused licenses to four hotels in St. Thomag and held over one moro. ^ We simply show you the samples, take your measurcmenls, learn your personal preferences. You get the style of clothes you want, made from the fabric ym want, In ihe way you want. *I It Is worth while looking into, isa^tit? $15 to $35 RIDPATH Cash Tailor 315 6fch Street S,, Lelhbridge 6986 94 999999 i ;