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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 28, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, April 28^ ItQlS -A THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 7 KOqoIlK II^^TEENATIONAL OHAMPIOKBHTP LOCAL PRICES OraliiB tind Provltlon* Prloeg piJd IiirmBTB: Norvhaia............. ' NortliWti: . Northeni............... Northern ............ Nojrtii*rji ....... Bod............. Red .................- Red............... Rea,..;......,........... No; 2, per ton No. 1 No, 3 No, 3 No. 4 No. 8 No. 1 No.' 2 Noi. 3 No. 4 Alfalfa, No; 2, i>�lr ton ..........% S.OO Prairie.......i..........-...................... 11.00 Bran >............................... 19-00 Shorts .........^........................... 21.00 No. 1 Seed Oate..................... 22.Q� Roiled Oats ...................... 2&.00 Live Stoofe- Hogs, live .................."V.�. Hogs, dressed....................... Muttbn, live Mutton, &0�Bel Cattlo-Steem, live .........,..^.-n...ni.. Steers, dwss^d..............� Govs,'live................. iCows, dressed ....;....................>.�.k.M.*i.* PoulW- Chic&eot), rdsessed ....... Ohlokens, Uyc........................... �Turkeys, dressed ....^j........... iTurkeya, live ______........ .08 .11 .08 .12 .07 .18 .OOi ,32 .17 .22 .20 MONDAY'S GRAIN PRIONS Winnipeg, April 28.-The markets ffP9Q. and olosie today 'wisie:, Wheat- Open May ..,...... �...�...� 'July ^.I...,,. ... 95A- Oct.........� >.....u.......... Mi OatB- May ....... 35i 'July .................. .�...... 3'64 Flax-May ... 1.171 July ........................... 1.20� Oct............................ 1-22J Cash prices No. 1 Nor............ No. 2 Nor. ......� No. 3 Nor.;.,.........,....... No. 4 Nor................... No. 5 VNor................... No. 0 Nor.................... Peed ......... k.".''^-. Winter Wheats, . No. 1 ........................... � No. 2 ........,....... � , No, 8 ............, No. 4............................ Oats-No. 2 C. W.....i......... No. 3 C. W. ..;.............� Ex. No. 1 Feed.....' No. 1 Feed.................. No. 2 Feed........ Barley-No. 3.............:........ No. 4......................i Rejeoted ... (Feed FIax*~ No. 1 N. W. 0,......... Minaeapolis Wheats May ........t ..... , 89^-' 'July............, �.......�, this competition. The uoUom picture gives some idea of the number of spectators present; (1) Remarkable snapshot of the only goal scored. Players-Brownlie, Hampton, MoNalr and D. Wilson. (2) Brownlle saves a hard drive. Players-Brownlle, McNair, Thompson'and Hampton. Inset-the record Internationalists, R. Walker and R, Crompton. Of all the champions in the several classes of . prpfessional pugilism Johnny Kilbane, heud of the featlier-.veight division, is the only one who seems to be wilUng to take a chance n the ring; SinCjj defeating Abe .'Vt-tell at Los Angeles over a year ago, Cilbane has appeared in more.than a dozen boutis. True, these afiairs have leen limite to ten or twelve rounds, jtlll there is no getting away from Jie fact that he has given the best oys of his weight chances over the I'jbreviated distance. What other champion of recent years, barring his mmediate predecessor Atteli, has a �ecord that will compare with ICil-lane's ? Not one, if memory serves lie right. And for some mysterious reason his same Kilbane is about as popu- j ar with the rank and file of new.s-laper writers as a rainy day with a lasBball magnate. Especially is this �irue right here in-Gotham where the hampion has shown his goods half a ilozen tilnes or more within the past twelve months, The attitude of the ritics is dillicult tq understand when t Is considered that Johnny has out-"ointe'd his rival;; jn every distance. Vith one exception in the local tarts he \ failed  to ksiocic Irs men out, bu't in every "case established su-iremacy beyond question. While other champions have been tailing, Kilbane has � been lii^hting md, what's more, making good right ilong. Next Tuesday night he starts agam ; this time over the twenty-round course and in the same ring fie won the premier honors from Atteli. Johnny Dundee, the New York toatlicr, will be (lis opponent on this occasion-and tlia .local man is acknowledged "as'his. most formidable rival. Prom the little 1 have seen of Kilbane in action I think he measures well up to the standard of the title-' holders in the division ol the past. He has about everything a champion needsi He is aclcvcr boxer, a hard hitter,' ai|d a good, ring general. I believe ho outolasfees the rest of the feathers and is fully equal to the task set for him next.Tuesday. BlftKENHEAD CATTLE MARKET Llveopool, April 28.-John Rogers ,& Co. cable that trade *t Birkenfeead today wftB weakor, and pricqa muut ii(>wll> ma.rk�ddown. to 14% to 15% oenfca p�r wmnd for Irlsiht' steers. BAYLEY AND DJDN'r HiVLAND COMB TOOETHBR IntelUgenoe from Vancouver says the Hyland-Bayley flghit has .beie^n postponed. No reason ihas !be&n glv. en out. B�AVE8 .PROTEST GAME �Boston Nationals have i>roteal� ';;tar baby!' a warm reception. Joe,hp.s a bone to pick with his colored, brother. Two years ago -the ihen. 'rt'ore/ matched to box twenty rounds'in California. They had njet a dozen times in limited roupd ijouts: in the.East with honors fairly evpn.- Finally the longer bout was arranged., Sarn, however,. suddenly decided, to go to Australia, where the game looked softep, and Jeanette �was left, in the lurch. The rules prohibl.tlng contests � between whites.and''blacks which have teen adopted in-the-leading boxing caiters have rinter/ered greatly with Joe's money earning capacity, and he will gladly ' bout -will come prettyvcJosft;;to; deciding the heavyweight.'c;hjimpionsh'ip'of the 'Avorld. Johnpon .japj)^ars"to:be out of the running'^htirol.vW'apd there is no "white l)ope^.!j'ijtli..: sight who looks equal, to tlfe ta^lttit. giving Langtord or Joanette|a;,battlp lor the title. , A4,WoJg*pt.can-nijow make good his throat i^.rfetire.'tropi the game after beii\g; beaten�by Tommy Murphy. The ex-c^ampion llgKt7iyMght is .not within many pounds ofAis best form. There is no 'Ipnger 'any doubt that the pperation for appendicitis sapped a great' deal of his 'vitality.' Ad has gopo back a long way; and last Saturday's bout indicated' ho is still on carry heavier guns than this old-timer. Youth will be served you know, and the kids still carry their appendixes with them. GRAND NATrONAL STEEPLECHASE AT LIVERPOOL Although Willie Ritchie has not been seen In the ring since- winning the title from Ad Wolgast.on a'foul, there is no doubt of his ability as a boxer. He has several corking performances to hla cmllt, which quite outshadow anything either Rlvoi* or Cross has shown th date, among them a four round "win" from ^-Japlt Brit-ton, a "popular" verdict; ov^r Young Erne, and a twenty round "lose" to Freddy W-alsh, which was' probably his most �brilliant achievement all things considered, not e.xcepting the winning of the title. It wiUijbe re membered that In the WelpU' bout Ritchie, then a comparative^ novice, "subbed" for Wolgast and, took the hout on forty-eight hoursV no|lc8f part .of which time was spent in traveling from San Franjclsco to Lo& Angeles. Joe Rivers is only-a kid .in-years, barely twenty-one and may, eventually develop fllass enough, to give Ritchie a stubborn'argument'. He did, in fact, show a slight Improvement in. cleverness In the last. Cross .match,, but has a great deal to learn-ibQfore he can hope to rank with the champion In point of skill. Cross, bow�v^r, is a veteran compared with the others and can't be expected to Improve.,Ho is as good now as he' oanever hoiie to boj While a trifle hotter .than the average lightweight, Leach is some degrees short of.championship form. Buebeo If, Ritchie 'and Rivers meet on the Fourth of July the champion, should be returned the winner by a saf 0 imar-gln. It ahonld be no great ta'sk ;fpr a clever performer to solve; Rlyers' style in a few rounds. -The, latter's only chance In such a battle 'would appear to rest In the possibility > of landing a "lucky" punch; and ha would have to be lucky tovput one over on the champion. : I see that Georges- Carpontier,,,the �French boxer, called off ; hlsf matohv with Frank Klaus.-.ivom.'ii.jafpwtjngi standpoint-It is,just as -well.' Klaus had once' demonotratcd 'bis" auperlov-Ity over the youthful Frenchinap', and; would undoubtedly';;.-^avei,-repeated. While it knoclfs the, �pjttpburg' bpxer out of a chance to gather Stnlc'e purse American UghtfoUowefB wUl b'o glad to know Franl^ Is coming'hoosjo.-SSJs presence is vary nectBsary to 'the final ;Bet�ero6ntv:of;;thetnldd}9welgh't cUamplonship, questipn*! ^ match \>e' tweeii Bddle Mcrty land � Klftus would just about determine tji^ ro^t-; t^r Ito'theisatisfactiQnvo^;;th[e:>JaRfcjk'. i Array of Horses Best Yet-" Pari-Mutuel Machines May be Used : Winnipeg ,^twont>' thousand. "Tt!* 'photo ohows Blowpipe falflna at tli�t. O'DAY ' WILL HOLp ' THE INPICATOR AQAH* Chicago, April 26.-iHenyy b'Day this, 'a'riternQon mailed' to_ .Pi'osldent,, Lynch at New Yori?, his slfp,^^4,'oo^-tract as National lea�up umpli'*,, -h ' The Lethbridge fair association this year is going to score the hlggest success with its turf events in the his. torj' of local racing. In fact, the nmn-her of entries and the class of horB?:S entered has never been surpassed at any Alberta meet, so horsemen say v/ho should know. The following Is a state'ment of the entries received for the different classes of early closing events for the Lethbridge Exhibition race meet to be held on June 24 to 28: Race No. 2.-Class 2.10 Pace or 2,05 trot-6 'entrleiS. Race No. 4.-'Class 2,14 Pace or 2.09 troitr-9 entries. Race No. '6.-Class 2.40 Pace or 2.35 trot-17 entries. Race No. 9.-Class 2.22 Pace or 2.17 trot--17 entries. The valuable staiea have been tlie means of attracting this swell array of entries. There Is a possibility of tbe parl-mutuel betting machines lielng uaed htire this year. Instead o-f the books, which would 'he an. excellent thing for the talent here, no doubt The machines are rather expensive, and it is yet a question whether they would bo required to bo bought or whothar th.�y might be boiTowad. a TR T LOCAL GUN RECEIVE8 CLUB VALUABLE PRIZES' Stevens Arms'Co. and Dupont Powdsr Co. Donaite Watch Fobs for Competition-Join tho Club Trap shooting is on� of the most fasolnattng and cleanest of sports, and is becoming more popular each y�ar. The local cluib te the pioneer organization of AJ'berta, having been -organized in 1888, and this, the twenf ty-flfth season pTomlses to be tha : �best. The Stevens Arms Co., of Chi* copec Falls, Mass,, have given ther. club a solid gold watch fob, to be shot for at the club's regular prf�c-,; tloe shoots, and the "added target hftadlcfli> system" is to bo. used' on two hundred targets. By using .tho:, "added target. sysitem" i?�oh member: has an equal chance of wlpntn)^. the : "Steven's trophy." ^ The Dupont Powder',Co,, of Wilmington, Del., has also given tbeolub. a valUftWe silver watfth fob, to'^b�v,E shot' for as,the club ro�ay clioofe,; andv an InteroBittnfir competition will ie'arranged for the JSnpont trophy. , w Opening ofc Regular Shoots ^ Commencing on 'Wednssday, M�,y;;,7,' . the club will hav*. the regulw PTSV, mi' tice Bhbot� �ach W�toeBd�,7 afrenlnc at seven o'clock, acorea to oouat ^ the atevens trophy. S]>�olaI ipMottM shoots will Also iba held �aioh�0Atui^ day afternoon at 4.80 o'cloolu - ^ All trap sbooterSi aa -well m 'Ubtos* -who enjoy a day afield 'Rlth.-tlt�:lBun;t!: are Invited to taJke panbln tteae ptib-;-* .^...., tice shoots. 3eginner& are esseetallr � o .> � 4. � beat the challenger'a, "a. i^,^ 'tf\''-JfH ? Gore and El W. Lamb (Hue.' ? > land), l�y 6-4, fl-3, 8-3. ^K* ! ' * V �� i W 1 ^';'�^';;>?^^^�^il When you DO drink-Why not drinkjfie hill �ml mm mi ;