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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta V I, ,, THE LEXSBRIDGE WEEKLY IgEg^ALD Friday, Aprtl 25,1913 AS SIRT NOT RECEIVE A REPLY Challenge For American Cup Has Not Been Answered Yet WAGNER BACK IN  TWO WEEK'S TIME I'ittsbtirg. Pa., April 24-An X-ray examination of the Injured knee of Hans Wagner, of ihe Pittsburg National league team, has discloseiJ nothing more than a bad bniise. Wagner, it is said, will play ball within two weeks. London, April "i.-r-Sir TJio.s. Lip-! Itou,. who .has been anxiouslv waiting ! [the reply ot the'New York Yacht: el lib to his challenge -hat surprised over ' ,the-delay in answering his deli. The consideration bj' the committee ot . the JAmerioau club ha^ been put off for three weeks. Ho said � he uiiiltor-rtood that the ussiial course was to refer a challenge to-,the committee of ; )t>ho club, but on ' the last occasion I (tile:committee'gathered, on the .'^anicl :�lay as the.club mot-and the reply' ,yas sent that night, lu regard to ithe. report cabled frtim N'ew York iitiha.fr the New York Yacht club would , RsTCitor some further particulars Sir � fThomas Lipton'said he could not ut;-Idjsrstand what i'axtliec details were desired, as .the challenge iras drawn , ou;tJie lines of .thejirevious one �which the New York Yacht club had ac- :^:xeptedt....... . : :QLD "Cr^A MANAGER Cleveland, O., April 24. - "Cy" i/Toiing, former maior league 'HitcUer; , ilalmous tor more than a score of .Jioais, late today signed a contract j; tQjpiaiiage tho local club of tha Ped-averal: Seague for the coming season. ^ VFraPtice and the selection of a team t.'.killr begin tomorrow at Luna Park, iij-wheire the Federals iwill open the sea-peBOBhere on May 3, -with the Coving-Ifej'iton'i'iiKy.,. team.. UMPIRES TO WEAR WHITE ^ 'Chicago; April 25.-TJsnplrea of "fhe American league will appear on the diamond immaculate in w hite i flannels oil "special occasions,?: President B. B. Johnson asubunced today; One of these Q(ICa4ions: -will bfr May 7, 'when TXf^l^''Chance will be given a grlSftt reception. Umpires will appear in ;"full dress" on holidays and." when, the President of the TJnlted.States attends the games. WE AND BARRY TO ROW ENGLISH WORLD'S CHAMPION TO DEFEND HIS TITLE IN JULY NEXT GAMES IN MAJOR LEAGUES London, April 25.-Ernest Barry, of England, world's champion sculler, and Henry Pearce, of' Australia, were matched yesterday to scuU from Putney, to Mortlake July 21, for the world's championship. The last race for the world's championship rowed by Fearce was I when he met .^rnst for the cham-I pior- j.i.j on tl)e Parramatta River, � J uly 29, when Arnst scored the vic-jtory. Last year on July 39,'Barry recovered his title from Arnst in Australia. He defended the title f against Durnan, Toronto, last October, , winning with ease on both occasions. American GREGG STRONia- IN PINCHES Detroit, April ai.-tn their first clash of the season at Navin field, ! National EASY PICKING FOR GIANTS New York, April 24.-The Giants easily defeated Philadelphia in. the K t� 9 rirfiT^ was better ' score of 7 to 1. Moore started in the SSulirii a J vil^IIV pip^^Pluladei^ia ^d iagd^o^y ter's own error in the sixth was re- two innings. Notable catches by -� SCOTTY McKAY The British Columbia light and welter, weight boxor whose entry for the .Canadian Boxing Championships at Toronto has been refused. He vwaa professionalized by the Ontario Un-ibn.two years ago for boxing at an un-aanctioned bout at Sunderland, under an assumed name. KILBANE AND DUNDEE IN TIP-TOP CONDITION Work of Week Will Keep Them on Edge and Down to Stipulated Weight iLoB Angeles, April 25.-^A period of final, earnest work of preparaition for their battle on April 29, for the !teather ton fell on Groome and batted out a victory. Boston ...... ............... 6 10 1 Washington............... 3 12 0 Bedlent and Carrigan ; Groome and Ainsmith. Doyle, Burns and Murray featured the game. Pliilatjelphia ................... 14 3 New Y^ork"..................... 7 11 2 Moore, Wilson and Killifer ; Ames, Nelson and Myers and Hartley. EA cy played.final tie in the Welsh > > Football Gup; \ yesterilay, re- over Pontypridd by the score of 1 goal to nil.  o?? � NOTICES WHO IS THIS.WILLIAMS? Chicago, April., 24.-Outfielder Williams of St. Louis today made three three-base hits in four times at bat, and Chicago lost the opening game with St. Louis. Two of Williams' triples figured in the score. The _ locals hit Mitcliell freely, but -were i fouled to Miller in an effort to unable to score more tlian one run. isaorifiqei St. Louis .......................'. 3 9 0 Brooklyn Chicago ...... ...... ...... ........ 1 11 1 REDS' SECOND VICTORY St. Louis, April 24.-Cincinnati today pounded five pitchers off the mound, while Suggs was effective, Cincinnati winning from St. Louis 10 to 3. This is Cincinnati's second victory of the season. Double and triple bits were frequent, while pass-es and sacrifices added to the scoring. Cincinnati...................... 10 14 2 St., Louis ...... ................ 3 la- 1 Suggs and Clarke ; Severoid, Salee, Burke, Reading, Geyer and Wingo. BOSTON WON HARD GAME Boston, April 24.-Boston defeated Brooklyn 1 to U, in a 12-inning game this afternoon. Both pitchers were effective and between them 19 batters struck out. In the final inning James bunted safely, but was forced at second by Connelly after Maran- NAflflONAli New York; ,j...i St. IjOUIb ft. ;m: .. Boston ...... Clnciimati .. ..vi .. w. li. P.O.  *- 7 2 .778 7 3 .700 7 3 .700 4 3 .671 4 5 .446 4 7 .364 2 7 .222 2 r� 4 .222 AMERICAN W. Philadelphia. >.. Washington .. Cleveland .. ,. Detroit,,.. Chicagp . .i , St Lppls .j.'i.i Bostoh � New. York L. 2 4 K 8 8 7 P.O. .778 .550 .692 .455 .429 .429 .'364 ,222 AiMBIWOAlN ASSOCIATION W. L. Milwaukee ..i ..... 8 KamsaB City .. ... 7 ! Indianapolis .... .. .. 6 Minneapolis.......'6 Colupbus....... .. 5 Louisville .. .. 6 Tol^o .. ....... .. 4 St. Paul .. . .. , .1 4 Mitchell and Agnew ; Easterly. : Cicotte and YANKEKS WERE OUTFIELDED Philadelphfe, Pa.? April 24.-SU' perior work in. the field and on the bases offset Ifew.York's superiority in pitching andiigave Philadelphia today's victory by 4' to, 1. Schultz held the home' team,' do^nV to five hits, . ................. 0 8 Boston............................ 1 7 Allen and Miller ; James and Whal-' ing.' P.C. .667 .636 .645 .600 .600 .462 .?.64 .333 LOCAL PRICES Grains and Provisions Prices paid farmers; No. 1 Northern .....;.................. 74 No. 2 Northern ..............'.......... 71 No. 3 Northern........................ "J No. 4 Northern........................ 03 No. 5 Noirthern........................ 58 No. 1 Red................................. 74 No. 2 Red................................. 71 No. 3 Red ................................. 67 No. 4 Red................................. 63 Alfalfa, No. 2, per ton ..........% 9.00 Prairie.......................................,. 11.00 Bran.......................................... 19.00 Shorts........................................ 21.00 OatB...............................'...... 22.00 Rolled Oats...........................;,. 23.00 friday's grain pricks Close 93% 95 90V8 U9?4 122 Vj 1251^ ^Winnipeg, April 24.-"Tha opening NMt closing pkces on the grain markets today were: Wheab- Open May ... 83% July .. ..I ... ... .... 95% Octobei- ..I ..; .i.. ...I 90% Oats- May ......... .. ..>.! 119% July .. ... .... 1225^ October .. ..... .... 120 Closing Cash Prices Wheat-No. 1 Northern .., ...i ,.. , No. 2 Northern ., ..i .. ... No. 3 Northern \ , ...,| ,.., ..... No. 4......... .... .... ... No. 5 .. . ... ..... 1. (.i. No. 6.....: ..I...I.'.  . Feed.......... ...-.>; � Winter Wheat-No. 1 ... ... ... NORTHWBSTEIRN Portland Victoria Spokane Tacoma . w. L. P.C. No. 4 . .�. ... ...  i"  ,   �� i� !) 86% 6 2 .750 Oats- 6 4 .556 No. 2 C. W..............v.: ZoYs 4 4 .600 No. 3 C. W. ............ r... 33% 5 5 .600 Ex. No. 1 Feed'...... ... ..>.. 34% 4 S .400 No. 1 Feed ... .... .... �33% 3 6 .333 No. 2 Feed ... .... .... 31% Then He Knew Pirot Broker-"Did you win or los� In that big drop dn stock?" Second Broker (loftily)-"That' is my huBiness, sir. Say, can you direct roe. to a flve-oent lunch counter?"- New York Weekly. , GAMES IN MINOR LEAGUES ABSociatioii Loibhart and Owens ; Schardt Casey. S. O. E. FOOTBALL TEAM The following players sure requested to turn out tomorrow (Saturday ni^ht) for a practice match with the Mounted PolIcSe' team oil the hart-racks ground. Dress in the hall at er, Willetts. Chiswibk, Lee.,Kali Drap-six o'clock-Walton, (3allaggher, Fryer Parker Hplberton and Beatwick. , ,, .J ^ Minneapolis ... ,................ 2 ''?*J''-?^.,T^u- ?*"'TF^'^? "^'^^ Indianapolis.................... 3 of Philadelphia s .stolea, bases and � - v �------. c^u.-j three errors hy Ne.^,York and yielded runs. New York........................ 1 11 2 Philadelphia...... 4 6 1 Schultz and Williams; Sterritt, Bender and Thomas. 5 0 7 1 and Montreal............ ..... Baltimore ...... ...... ... Smith ^ttd Burns ; Egaai . *� Over-Consolentlous ' DumpletonT-"you're sending .your daughter to a fashionable echool, aren't you?" , Von Blumer-"Yes." "How does she like it?" "Fairly well; but �he complains �that she. has no time to study,"-Ufe. Milwaukee...... ................ 4 6 1 Columbus �...... ............... 8- 15 3 Nicholson and Hughes ; Cole and Smith. Toronto............... 0 Jersey City...................�. 3 Briht, Hetbort and Graham; Halo and Lee. Kansas City ...... .............. 5 11 5 Louisville ...................... 6 12 4 Morgan and O'Connor ; Powell,and Clemens. St. Paul............................ 2 Toledo ............ ................ 3 Laroy and James ; James Kreuger. 5 2 7 3 and THE LAST OF THE AWARDS OF THE LETHBRIDGE KENNEL CLUB SHOW s|yije .f011pv?lng list ot prices in thej JSogHSho.w completes the awards. The aremslndor 0* tha winners' list has al-V Teaa3itjp>9en;VpubUshe&: to|H, la rarloi ik>pM .�'...v...'��ei, . Popnlir "Breni" rtiiw W'j� W�UtM*Co.,Ltd,, Sheibroofe* Tlbbet Wonder. j Class SS-^Limit-rDpgs-1, Clipstone First Shot, A. P, Muchmor; 2, Gayfleld Lad; 3, Cholrhoy, J. P. Hall. Class 89-Limit:-Bitches-1, Hyn-burn Vixen, C. W. Twaiite's; 2, Prairie Jessie; 3, Bilver Blunder, Geo, Kyn-ock. Class 90-Open-^Dogs-l, Cllpsitone First Shot; 2, Gayfleld Lad; 3, Choirboy. Class 91-Open^Bitohes-1,. Hyn-bum Vixen; 2j Prairie Jessie; 3, Silver Blunder. ' Winuerft-Dogs - Clipstone First Shot. Reserve-Gayfleld lAd. Winner-Bitches-Hynbp'rn Vixen. Reserve-Prairie! Jessie.. Bull/Terriers Claas 92-.puppie^j dogs .& Jjitches- 1, Tiger, Westhrook Bros, Class 94-^Novice-^Bitches-1, Brock-ley Bargain, J. C, Fletcher. Class^94 A-Umit-Dogs &'bitches -1-; S41pendary, Harry'May. Class 85-Open-Dogs-1, Stipend-aix Class 96-Open-Bitches--1, won hy Dan Thody's ^-. Winner-Dogs-Stlpendary. Winner-Bitches - Dan Thody's -. Reswve-Brockley Bar- gain. Specials Cut glass berry bowl won by Brock-ley Bargain. . x Half case Scotch whisky for best of opposite sex won by Dan Thody's Pit Bull Terriers Clafvs 97-Novice-DogB & (bitches. -1, Faultless Flirt, Chap, Thompson. Class 98-Open--Dogs and bitches- 1, Faultless Flirt. Scotch Terriers Class 99-Puppies, dOgB & bitches -1, Rosemont Dirk, H. B; Slm�. Class 101-Open-^DogB-rr-1', Ohamr plon Abertay Emigrant, W. Forrest; ,2, Rosemont Dirk. Class 102-Open-Bltches^l, Brock ley Heather^Lass, J, ?, Fletcher. Winner-Dogs-Champion Abertay Emigrant. Winner-Bitches-Brockley Heather LasB. Specials ' Art brass flower pqt for beat- Brockley Heather Lass. Tom,-;:'Jones,. Willard's manager, plans, tp take him to the mountains for a preliminary conditioning spell. The big: cowboy iB'already in fair flhapo,. and figures on being in the conditlop of bis life for the Gunlioat. PRIZfJflQHTER INSURES HANDS iU)� A,ngeles, Apjrll 24..--Johnay Kil� ba.ue, ^toatberwf l|r|il; champion, who niil me.*tJplinxiy Dundee, In a scheduled -tTventy-round bout, jit Vernoh arena, .!the night of April 29, applied today for a policy Insuring bis hands fpr $25iP0O for a tenp of three yeatp, accordlPg to an announcement made at'bls t^ainlne �amjp. Hsatenlng. the Diagnosis "Did th^ doctor diagaose your esse?" "Ho.Tir long did it take?" "Not Jong. I wore my shabbiest suit." We�t Elgin lioense'^ comamlBsiouers refused licenses to four hotels in St, Thoipajj ^pd.held qver..