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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 8atm day, April 2(i, 1913 THE LET^BRIDGE DAILY HERALD LOCAl, fiRlCES Grs^ino and Provlaions Prices pttia fat-tneris.-No. .1 Northern ........................ 74 No. 2 Northern ........................ 71 No. 3 NorthDra ........................ 67 No, 4 Northern ........................ 63 No. 5 Northern........................ 58 No. 1 Red................................. 74 No. 2 'Red................................. 71 No. a Red.............................. 67 No. 4 Red ................................. 68 Alfalfa, No. 2, per ton ......-$ 9.00 Prairie....................................... H.Or, Bran,.......................................... 19-00 Shorts ........................................ 21.00 Oat... -07 , .Stcel.s, dressed ..........................1" Cow,'?, live......................08 Cows, dressed ........;..................U By Appointtnent im WORK rx GOAL WAS FAULTLESS H, M.THE kiNa, SATURDAY'S CASH PRICES Winnipeg, AptU 25.-The closing cash priuefl for wheat today were: Nd; 1 Northern ,. ...... 88% No. 2 Northern.......... 90 Vt No. 3 Nonthern ...... 87.% No. 4 Northern.......... 84 No. 5 Northern ..' ;....... 79 No  6'Northern; ........... 74 need .. v. ,.........' 64 ...Wlntar Wheat- No. 1 ..-............ 95% No. 2... ... ............ 92y3 No; 3 .., ... ....... 90 No. 4 v..... .... sm Osts- No." 2 C. W. ........ ... ... 34% No. 3 C, W.. ... ......... 32% Ex. No. 1 Feed .........,. ... 34 No. 1 Feed ... ...... ... 33 No. 3 Feed ....... ... ....... 31 Berlay- � No. 3....., .... ......... 49% No. 4 ......... 49 Hejeoted--.. ............ 46 Feed.................� 45 Flax- . No. 1 N. W. C' ... .., ... ... .116 The Sest Two :Scofs �JAME$ BUCHANAN & GO. SCOTCH WHISKY DISTILLERS a O. ROBUN, TORONTO Sole Canadian Agent ATHLETICS WILL KEEP STAFF'OF NINE PITCHERS- LIVERPOOL, CATTLE PRICES Liverpool, April 26.-John Rogers �nd company oabio that trade for cattle at- Birkenhead today was not quite so good,! but though the tone was weaker prioes were not quotably lower,, renialniui; at 15 and 10 cents per pound "lor Irish steers. Mack Evidently Has His Doubts of Old Stars peliverlna/Goods Philadelphia, April 24.-Ordinarily Connie Mack figures on.going through the season with si.v pitchers. This year he 'will retain eight and possibly nine for two months anyway.. The reason for this is that he wisJiea Jiis old stand-bys, Bender; Coombs and Plank to show that, they are really, right before he lets any oE the youngsters go. The latter show great promise. The pitchers to he kept ai'e: Bender, Coombs, Plank, Houclr, Pen-nocjt, Brown, Wyckoff, Bush and Dura lag.- � - ' i � J, BROWNLIE Although Scotland lost the International Championship this year, it cannot be attributed to the custodian. TKe shot Which won the championship fop England at Stamford Bridge, w&s deooribed by all as unsavable, and Brownlie has only another goal against him In the-series. INVITE ENGLISH COLLEGE ATHLETES TO CHICAGO Chicago, April 25.-Invitations were sent today to athletes of Oxford and Cambridge Universities, England, -to participate in the American Olympic .games to be held here from June 28 to July 6. The.EngliBb students are .expected to compete with Yaje and Harvard students In an International intercollegiate meet and efforts will be made to Induce the Englishmen to come here from CambridgO and New Haven;. FEiiEioy RFOUR Chas. Robinson Put Edl. Ware of Chicago into the Land of Dreams Fernie,  B. C, April 26.-In the '.fourth ;6t a scheduled ten round bout Charlie Robinson, colored, late of Winnipeg, but who now has his.headquarters iu Fernie, knocked out Ed. Ware, ;of Chicago, at the arena last night. The main contest of the evening was preceded by three preliminary-bouts between local men. The first of these was between Johnson and Spiers, both of Fernie. Spiers was- given the decision at the end of the sixth round. The second was contested by two Blairmore men, Perky, and Marshall, ai^d. the latter got the decision. The third was the best of the preliminaries, the two men, Pilo and Alexander, who fought a five-round bout, showed some class, and Pile was the winner. When the principals of the evunmg came into the ring, the fans were divided as to the probable outcome. Ware was slightly heavier than his opponenti, and during the first round showed great activity, but at the eoncJusion of the round he was badly winded. The colored man soon showed his superiority,, and there was little^'doubt as to the result. In the fourth round a right blow to the Jaw sent Ware down and:out. � At the conclusion of the fight a challenge to the winner from Cole of Spokane, was read. Manager Robichaud has an arena arranged in the rink which is said to be one\of the bCst iii the west. The seating capacity is about fourteen hundred. It is proposed to put on several contests during the summer. Some four hundred people witnessed the performance. OUCH! WHAT NEXT? THEY WILL PLAY GOLF AT NIGHT Tennis in Twilight Is Perfectly Divine so Golf Moguls Try it, Too Wooidburg, N. Y., April 24.-Following the recent successful attempt to stage tennis tournamenta. at night on Illuminated courts, the Woodburg Counitry Club has begun the Installation Of a lighting system for Us. golf links 'and plans a night golf tournament soon. Those who have tried the now partly lighted course 'jjnaintaln that night play does away with many of tlie discom.Eort8 of heat, eye. strain and-; smiburn and the necessity of leaving business early. - " NOTED HORSEMAN-DEAD London, April 28-Following arc the results of today's league football games.; First Division Kolton Wanderers 1, Sunderland 3. Bradford C(ty 3', Tottenham Hotspur 1. Chelsea 5, Notts County 2. Everton 3. Shetlleld Wednesday 1. Manchester City 1, Derby County I. Newcastle United 2, A.ston Villa 3. Oldham Athletic 0, Manchester United 0. ' � I West Bromwich Albion I, Blackburn Rovers t. Wbohvleh Arsenal l, Middlesbrough 1. Second Division Birmingham 2, Orimsby Town 1. Bristol City 1, tlury 5. Burnley 3, Stockport County 2. Clapton Orient 1, Bradford 0. Oibssop 1, Wolverhampton Wander ers 3. Huddmfield Town 1, Leeds City D Hull City 2; Leicester Posse 0. Lincoln City 2,' Barnsloy 0. , Notts Forest 2, Fulham 4. Preston Northend 3, Blackpool 1. ' Southern League Crystal Palace, a; Queens Park RaniseTS. 2. Merthyr Town vs. Brentford, post poned, . Spuithamptoh, 3; Oillingham, 3; Plymouth Argyie vs. Northampton, postponed. ... Watford, 1; Millwall Athletic, 1.. Exeter City, 1; 9toke, 1. Coventry Olty, 2; Bristol Rovers, 3 Rftadiiig, 2; Norwich City, 5. West Ham United; 2; Portsmouth, 1 Brighton, i', Swindon Town, 0. Scottish Games Glasgow, April 26.---'Sootti3h league footbsi,!! games played today resulted as foUlows: , Glasgow Bangers 2, Falkirk 1. Queen's Parlt 3, Clyde 0. AtrdtleoiiiatiB 1, Hibernians 0. St. Mirren 4, Ralth Rovers 4. Hamilton Aoademloals p, Celtic 1. Hearts 0, Motherwell 1. The following are results of thfa week mid-week games: Glasgow Rangers 1, Clyde 0. Hearts 0, Celtic 0; Hlbemlabs 3, Hamilton Academicals 1. Clyde 1, Patrick Thistle 0. RUflby Swensea, 8; Llauelty, 0. L�'iceBtef, 2^; London, 1. JOHNNY EVER8 WILL GO "BUG HOUSE" Intlmstas Hughle Jennings When the Cubs Commence to Skid New York^ April ?I5.-John Maci Kay, widely known �s a .Jjorae tralh' er nndi lo^g In charge of James B. Haggfris,' noted stable' of thoroiigh-breds',. died today in Brboklyn of heart disease. He was born In Ire- "Johnny Bvars will never get by as aman^igor," says Manager Jennings of the Tigers. "He is too fiieh striiag. He was so nervous, even as a player, that he suffered a breakdown a couple of years ago and had to quit. With the added oaresi of managing that Chicago bunch of crabbers it'will be all the worse. Besides, he has had toi contend with the tremendous and growing unpopularity of hia qwner, and with the fact that the Cub fans have 'been accustomed to a winner for so many years that a slump is going to put the team in bad immediately. The slump is certain because of the'fact that he hasn't a pitcher on his staff that he can send In and.feel that be will win. When he finds the Cube trailing he will BlJijpIy go crazy.'-- HE GAME TD CANADA AND I()I1JID.A CURE N*wYprk.lCn|j|riiiiir PralsM ttanadii'sG^N flLL?. Y9ii�ii4vercfia.1�R;Hhw you arc going to have a Kidney ajtftfek. It may be during a Visit, on a lonniey.-^any time. It i? wis* almja tolfi^yp GIN PILLS with you^at hand. They are handy to slip ittto your travelliiiKbag. Splendid for J^idiiey and Bladder Troubles, Rheumatism a'UdLjimliago. .ao Broadway, New Yori. "r fcouarhf Bohteofjour GIN PILLS at Victoria, B;C. lart'September. Your remedy I find, at,6o years of age, to Rive perfect relief frota the Kidney and Bladder Troubles incident to one of my agej J- urgently r^pommend GIN PILL3 to frieo4/9 as beiijg the, one thing that does me good." E. G, WOODFORD. Itis worth a tripacrosBthe Continent to fihd GIN PILLS tmd to be cured of Kidney aud' Bladder Trouble. 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