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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 28, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta MoTidav. April 2S, Igt^ mis OF PUGIL AIFERNIE FALL ILOFIHEUW Ware Accused of Jumping His 'Board Bill,and "Borrowing a Gam'era Robinson, Colored Boxer Charged With Abducting a Young Girl IS ill Pernio, April 27.-The two principals of Friday night's *prize fight u'hich was held in the Fernie arena, eepi to have got into disrepute. Ted iWare, the unsuccessful pugilist, left ' town r�sterday morning and over-'looked.paying bis board bill at the . Northern hotel. He did not, however, overlook the camera of the ,;flglit promoter, P. M. Hussey. He ; nvijj arrested by the police of Medicine Hat on a wire received froin .'iirbn� the local government office a marriage; certifloate in which he staled the girl's age as twcutjy-one. They engaged the services Rev. W." \ > M.. Walton, ot Christ ch\irch. and _^,' were subsequently married at the %3jbme'6f William Trollinger, a colored ,man. TioUingor and hia wlh> were ; the only witnesses. In some Way the Si Is^^^^^^^^^ i reached - the "^'mother of the girl, 5!^; f^ivwlio^sWore out a: warrant for the'ar-siit! .irest of her new son-in-lawi After con-fiBiderable seanshhe iwas found by ifj^Chlet. HaU and? Sergeant Amberman � .'^t the ^home of TroUinger, who did not wish to allow- the officers to en-'Jiter/hia aparfroents. However, strong , arguments wwe advanced by the ;f,;Cchlef, aii'd theibridigroom was taken v^";fro{n lied and marched to the police ;j -^station, wbere he is held awaiting f;.;^v-:.jdoyelopmentsi.-;^;,'^ GAMES IN MAJOR LEAGUES. National CARDS WhV BY GREAT RAIJL.Y St. Louii?. April 26.-After Cincinnati scored two runs in ithe tenth, St. Louis rallied and scored three runs, winning by 6 to 5. In tile tenth Cincinnati scored two runs on singles by Hoblltzel, Marsans and Grant. St. Ii:-:;;;ths^,vKentnoky ^ JPntnrlty for f-'t'^%1�|?C*'"ttta;'�UBuner, which, clojsed i^i;f^&i:^)*h�^'mtitv^ a\rottlng Horse ^^ll^^^ere^ : j!Bfio�>latlon; h .jglioJwB that 1,808 mares were named. '\r^ife'list thlByea* Is headed by L. V. J, ,'TJMjhiless, of Walnut Hall farm, near v', 4i!B�t, which has entered 89 of Its iinatrons.  The Pacbeon-"JVpceB Farm, of L6:rinston, Ky., la rplsWioad with -82 naaaiee; Empire City ' faTBis, Cttba, N.Y., names 38, the next pfeaigheet-nuniberj/ London, April 38.--iFollow-ing are the winners ot the f........ 5 Buffalo ... .............. 4 Jersey City ... ..... 4 Montreal ... ... �- Toronto ... ., ... ...... 2 4 5 5 5 6 8 .727 .700 .600. .503 .444 .414 .336 .200 PIRATES INPIELiD SHOT UP Pittsburg. April 36.-The infield of the Pirates went to pieces today in the ninith, and Chicago won 7 to 2. Alter Butler, in the last inning, had slipped up on what looked like an easy double play the Cubs made five runs on a two-bagger by Phelan, bases on balls to Zimmerman and Brid-well, and a wild throiv to the grandstand 'by McCarthy. Saier'B home run into the bleachers with Zimmerman on firi^t in the second inning, gave the Cuba tholr first two runs. O'Toole, who relieved Adams in the third, pitched fine vington, Zaibel and Kritchell; KalserUng and Cotter. PIRATES NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE Vancouver ... Seattle ... .;. ... ....... 8 5 : Spokane ... ............ 7 6 Portland............... 5 5 Victoria ... ...... ... ... S 8 Tacoma ... ... ....... 4 9 .700 .615 .538 .500' EASTERN STATES' .RUNNERS ' WE'RE NOT IN IT Beers mi mi ices We&terners Captured Three Big Ev ents at. Franklin's Field Cham-plonship CUBS WALLOPED AGAIN Chicago, April 27.-ChiQago defeated Pittsburg today, 7 to 5. Both Humphreys and Mansnitz were hit hard, but Chicago was more fortunate* in bunching hits. Camnitz was ,j)uu ' relieved by Cooper in the seventh, .385JbMt he, too, was hit hard. The bat-.308 I ting of Miller and McCarty,, Schulte and Mitchell, and, the fielding of Evers were features. Pittsburg '...... .,....,......:., 5 12 1 Chicago ...... ...... ,....... 7 14 0 Camnitz, Cooper and Simon ; Humphreys and Archer. iPhlladelphia, Pa., April' 28.-West-era: runners took two of thei three big blue ribbon-events at the arinual car-.nivaloj relay races, and f4eld sports at IVanklln Field on Saturday: the JUtoiveiielty of jlUnols yinning the onMnilij: college ohamplonship of Am-eaitja,/ and Michigan taking the two. mJllq' relay . championship. The Uni-Tei^lt^iof Pennsylvania won the other ttie'national obampionahip, h^r mile ^rV,D�'^rlJeIns'.more than a mait^h'for JOHNSON WAS OFF COLOR St. LouiB, April 27. - Johnson's wildness and opportune hitting by the locals gave St. Lowis today's game with Cincinnati by 3-'to I- Manager Tinker and McDonald wwe banished for disputing,decisions, CincinT natl tied, the score in the. fifth without getting a hit. Grant.was passpd,' stole second, went to third : whten Wlngo's throw; was, short to centre. He scored on a passed ball. Score : Cincinnati ..,'...,.'....,,,.. ,....1 4 0 ,St. Louis ...... a 51 Johnson, Packard and> Clarke; Griner and Winjo� . ... COULDN'T TOUCH HAMILTON Chicago, April 27. - Chicago was unable to do anything v/ith Hamilton today and St. LouiS' shut out the locals in the final game of the series 3 to 0. The visitors bunched two singles and a triple 'for two runs in the third, and two singles, a'doub'le steal and a wild pitch nettpd. anothr er in the fifth.. The day wajB chilly and there was a small'attendance. St. Louis .........,...;....,,.. 3 : ;8vO Chicago ............0 6: 2; Hamilton and Agnew;, Spott and-Schalk. �7^-\-------rV.^:.- CANADIAN COA'CHiNQ ' ' ''. AMERICAN LACROSSE TEAM ""i Northern SATURDAY GAMES .St.j;Paul 3, Grand Forks 0.: Winnipeg 6, Minneapolis 2. Winona 5, Superior 3. Duluth 12, Virginia 4. . ' SUNDAY GAMES Virginia 5, Duluth 3. ' St. Paul 8, Grand Forks 4. Minneapolis 4, Winnipeg 3. Winona 4, Superior 2. POSTPONED GAMES Detroit and ; Cleveland were prevented from playing on account of wot weather. Northwestern  I SATURDAY GAMES Spokane 8; Victoria 7. Portland'6, Vancouver 0. Tacoma 6, Seattle 0., Sunday; GAMES Spokan? .3, Victoria 2. Vancouver 8, .Tapoma 5. Seattle 17, Portland's. � ? � ? ! � O * * � � CANADIAN FEATHER . � pion".' � of- -Oanadft, . decisively > outpointed Phil , Bloom, of ? Brooklyn, in a-'ten-round bo^it tr here-tonight. J .. ?  .r" v''-  � "� � ? � * O � �> O � * o *  �> Cowley, Apnll 38.-pThe final ar. rangemente for the Cowley D.'striot Baseball League have been made. Tha league Is three-cornered ajid Is com. pos'ed of teams from Lundbreok, Rlv dance, and those ladles who supplied tha supper. ,..... �  �.��.''� : ,� ,' TWO AT BIG TURF EVENTS . , NEWMARKET THIS WEEK London, April 28,-'Newmarket will supply a big sporting, and social function this week, and It Is-expected ^.a, large and fashionable company willba at the headquarters of the English tiirf to witness the races for the "J^wq Thousand and One Thousand'Guineas^ the first two of the season's clasBlcs, Cornell University Pleasetl With the Game and Have SeUured Ontario - . Expert , .^i/;.', Iijimoa, N. y.;^?Aprlf. 25^Qdrnell> grest showing in-!'.thf-;first' rladrosfle game of the season'fej^s caused,'thy i^anageinent to'e'spj-vloeB of ,1; special coach, B. 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