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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 29, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta r I- Mi COBDHASSKD A ONE� DICK RUDOLPH BACK IN PRIVATE LIFE What Salary He Will Receive is Not Given Out-Something Over $9000 Detroit, April 38.-Tyrus Cobb, the sensational' batsman who has been holding out for a sal)iry of $15,-000 a year, has signed a one-year contract with the Detroit American League club. The salary clause was not announced. Gohb oonferteii with Navin for two hours. The outfielder said he never expeoted the $1S>000, but had named this figure merely as a starter. . It is understood Cohb will receive a substantial increase over last year's salary, 'which was $9,00C. He signed the contract subject to his teinstatement by the National' Commission.' He probably will not play liall for a week. Cobb said he refused ito seriously" consider the offer from ithe Cleveland outlaw league clu6. Bom IS s SAFE IN CALIFORl SENATOR BROWN'S BILL FAILED TO PASS SENATE BY, VOTE OF 18 TO 9 *     *  * ? ? ? ? ? ? EVANGELIST SUNDAY BILLY GETS $83,000 Sacramento, Cal., April 28.-The fate of boxing in California, at least so far as exhibitions where admission is chargeil are concerned, hung in the balance in the state senate yesterday when Senator Bro\vn's anti-prize-fightiug bill came up. Brown's bill made it a misdemeanor to participate or promote any boxing bouts where money is award- '� ed !!p -rincipals or where admission ' :i cuargeci. It allowed four-round bouts whexD no admission ia charged. After a hot debate the senate voted the measure down, the roll call showing IS against and 9 for. Wllkeffbarre, April �8.-The ? Rev. "Billy" Sunday, the base- ? ball evangelist, conclnded a ? Mven weeks' campaign la this ? section of Pennsylvania last, ? Sunday night He stated that ? his work had shown good re- ? eults and that many persons ? had been converted. Mr. Sun- ? day left, taWng with hlin a ? "free-'wni" offering of $23,- ? 000 from the people of Wllltea- * �barre. ' :�: Bolton W. Oldham A. Derby C. .. West B. A. .....38 13 13 12 57 50 38 Evertoh Liverpool .. Bradfora 0. . Newcastle TI. Sheffield V. . ....;38 16 16 6 49 54 38 . ...38 16 17 -5 60 71 37 .. ..37 12 15 11 52 59 35 ...38 13 17 8 47 47 34 ..37 14 17 6 54 66 33 Midaiesbor'gh Tottenham H. Chelsea .. .. ..38 Notts County .. .38 Woolwich A. ...38 ..38 11 17 10 55 69 31 ..38 12 20 6 45 74 30 ..38 11 21 6 51 73 28 ..38 7 22 .9'28 56 23 3 23 13 26 74 18 SMITH WiLLARD iVIILL To Be Staged Either May 16 at San Francisco or 17 San Francisco, Cal., April 29.-^Promoter Coffrothi. has decided that he win stage - the:( Gunboat Smith-Jess ^ WUlard fight, either on Friday night, (You W tVlP Mr^�ih ^''' " Saturday afternoon, f "^i*^ iVlObt May 17. Smith expects to head for I the coast almost Immediately. Wil-lard has already started light training at Harbin Springs. Second Division ' Preston North End Is to be' oongrat-ulated on winning the second division of the league which means that it will be promoted to play in the flrsi! division next season. Last year this team along with Bury, another Lancashire team, was relegated -to the second division and thus it has only had to remain there for one season. The table .is now completed and. it .will be noticed that Preston has thre^ points on hand from Burnley, whic"h will aocompahy it Into the first league. .Birmlngliam follows with four poihts^frpnLJBurnley so that the niajoritles were .^fairly comtortable. everyone will congratulate the famous old P. N. E.; and Burnley, and wish them - success^ In ; the senior league eeason.f Stoc^poKt, and Blackpool failed fto justify .tlielr place in the competition ahdUitop'.out nest se^sdn. , ; . Goals p. w. ;l. d. f. a. p. Preston N. E. ... 38.19 4 15 56 33,53 Burnley .... 381.,21 ,8 8 86 53 50 Birmingham .. .38.18.10 10 59 44 46 Barnsley .........3fi; 19 13- 7,67 46 46 Huddersfield T.' .38 17 12 9 70 ,40 43 Lincoln C. .. ..38! 16 13 9 60 50 41 Wolverhampton .38 15 13 10 58 50 40 RB3DS STILL LOSING St. Louis triumphed over Cincinnati yesterday, by 7 to 5. There were no other gaones played in the National on account of wet weather. ? ? ? ? ? ? MINOR GAMES Northwestern Vancouver^ 6; Victoria, 3. TacoBlW, 4; EorUand, 2. Spokane, 7; - ^eattle, 1. , N' . 'r-r-.- �' .MlaneapbUs, 6; Winnipeg, E. Superior, 3; Wlhohp, 1. St. Paul. 8; Grand Forks, 7. OuIuth;-i:i' Virginia, 0. BASEBALL TABLES National Griinsby T. Leeds C. .. Fuihain .. Bury .. ... Hull City .. Bradford .. Clapton O. . Bristol C. .. Notts F.. �.. Leicester F. ..38 15 13 10 56 60 40 ,. ..38 15 14 9 68 64 39 . ..38 IG 16 6 65 55 38 . ..38 15 15 8 63 57 38 ....38 15 16 7 61 55 37 ...38 14 16 8 60 70 36 , ...38 10 14 14 35 47 34 ....38 9 14 15 45 72 33 ,. ..38 12 IS 8 59 69 32 ....38 12 18 S 49 65 32 in Style tailoijng and wear diat your money coroli}and�. , lacrosse ^ You can easily get it in wear, but 1 >ou a'lBiaue it of it however OS it has one more game to play and , v/iU undoubtedly put up a great fight. > Goals  P. W. L. D, P, A. P. Plymouth A. ....16 21 9 O 73 32 48 Swindon T.....38 20 10 "8 66 41 48 Westham U. ... .38'18 '8 12 66 46 48 Crystal P. .. ...38 17 10 11 65 37 45 Millwall A.....38 19 12 7 62 63 45 .Queen's P. R. ...38 1� 10 10 46 36 44 Exeter C.......38 17-12 9 48-46 43 Beading......38 13 ' 8 g8 56 42 Brighton & H, ..38 13 43 12 48 47 38 Northampton . .37 18'13 12 62 48 ae Portsmouth .. .38 14 ;t6 8 40 ,48 36 Merthyr T. ,., ..37 11'W-12;^X'69 34 poventyr C. ....38 1? 17 � ^4 58 34 Watford ..... ,.38 12 >16 10^3 00 34 Bristol R......38 12 17 65 64 88 Olllingham .. ..37 1116 10 315 51 32 Sottthampton . ,38 10,17 11 40 ?72 .21 ...37 11 21 5 41.58 2T Northwestern Vancouver ... ...... .... 8 3 - .727 Seattle ............ ..... 8 6 .571 Spokane ........... , ... 8 B .571 Portland .......... . ... 5 6 .455 Victoria ........... . ... 5 9 .357 Taco^^a.......... .. . ... 5 9 .357 Ameribjiti Association W. L. P.C. Indianapolis....... . ... 8 3 .727 Louisville ......... Kansas City ...... ...... y 4 .692 ... . 8 6 .571 Milwaukee ........ .... 6 5 .545 Columbus ........ ..... 8 7 .462 Toledo............. . ... 5 8 ,385 Minneapolis ....... . ... 5 0 .357 St. Paul .......... . ... 4 9 .308 Northern W. L. P.C, St. Paul........... ... 4 0 l.OOO Winnipeg ........... ... 2 2 .500 Winona ............ .... 3 3 .500 Minneapolis ........ ... S 2 .600 Superior ...... ...... ... 3 2 .600 Duluth...... ... ... .. ... 2 2 .500 Virginia...... ...... ... 1 3 .250 Grand ForkS'... ... . .. . 1 5 .167 �Brentford Norwloh C......38 9 20 Stoke..., jt...,.., ^..38 10 23' 9 39 BO 27 B'ip 74 26 NOTICES 6.S. BA&KETBALiL EJXECUTIVE A;a^ important meeting of the basketball executive of the Sunday school league is called at 8 o'clock tomorrow evening, at the Y. M. C. A. It is essential that every echool in the league have a representative at this meeting. ST. ANDREW'S TEAM FOR . GAME TOMORROW NIGHT The following team have been ee-lected to appear for the St. Andrew'a on Wcdftesday oalght, on the Barracks ground, at '6.80, in their game with the?Mouiited Police: JKHllar; Johnston ahd Nes�; A, HaT^ley, Mclndoe and Bell; Kennedy, Tennant, Lawrle, Barl and Flddes, Rei-ierVes: Smith and J, Donald.  putyeifianii Aram nj. jiM Y.M,o�a. j the probable starters Thousand Gulnpa's, to be ruj? at Newmarket oii Wedneflday, this be;lng the first of the fi^re clpsslc races for three-year-olds: Hlff Majesty's Amner; Duke of Dev-onshire'fl Claquement; W. A. Aster's Pillwinkle; A. P, Bassett's Rose-worthy; ;r. Croker's Knight's Key; Lord'Derby's Young Pegasus; E. Sutton's Foli^ "King and Shogun; C. Bower Ismay'o Craganour; J. B. Joel'?. Radiant;. A. Lowry's Bachelor's Wedding; Lord Michelsam's Mouthpiece';' j, Mui^ker's Ramsgate; 'Duke of Pprtlaind's'Nassau; B.W. Raphael's Louvers;. Lord Roseberry's Sanquhar; Leopold de Rothschild's Day Comet; W.IIall Walker's Klngborough; H. P. Whitney'? Harmonicon, and Sir John' Willpughiby's Jaimeson. QralfiB and f^vlslona PAJces paid farmeps: No.-^l Nor-thcrn..................... No. a Northern v.....>........... No. S Northern,........................ "8 "No. 4, Northern ,..............,......... No. 5 Northern........................ No. 1 Red ...............................- 75 No. 2 Red................................, 72 No. 3 Red ^..............................88 No. 4 lied ............................84 Alfalfa, - Hogs, live 'j,......, Hog.s, dresae* ..... Wtutton, live -..........................^ Mutton, dresMd.......,,....,..,., Cattle- Stents, live ....A....tViTOrn,..uw..H�,m......>">�< Parsnips Beets ...... 11.00 19.0D 21.00 22.00 28.00 .08 ,11 .06 .12 .07 .18 �oet, .11 4.78  Potatoes ..........ni.timn^,.,4iutinr. Cabbage .75 4.50 .OIJ .Olil .OBjy .08 13.00 .01� .04* TUE6DAY'8 QRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, April 89.-A decrease ot 16,370,000 in the world's visible, had but slight effect on the market, the explanation being the jgreat movement from the Iftjco head on the opening of navigation. This wheat will reappear. The market declined i cent on lower oable�;i and both oats and flax wore a little weaker. The export houses aie not inclined to buy at existing prices and cash trade is dull with vor.v few offerings. Receipts are about average, being 330 ears inspected with 200 in sight. Cables closed : Liverpool i up, Paris IJ to 3 lower, Berlin i lower, Budapest Xi up, Antwerp up. meat-May-......... July......... 'Oct. ......;., Oats-May July Flax-May ......,. July ....... Oct. ...... Wheat- Open Close 93} mi m 90 35 36* 94^ 90 341 36i- TONIGHT'S f^OOTSALL ' GAIME CALLED OFF O^ving to the severe snowstorm, which has rendered the grounds unfit for use, the first scheduljsd gamp ot the City League, which^ wws to have been played at the Ball Park tonight, has been postplbned vutil further notice. No. No. No. No. No. No. Feed Nor. Nor. Nor.* Nor. Nor. Nor. Winter Wheat-No. 1 ......... ......... No. 2...............t.. No. 3......... ......... No. 4 .................. Oats-No. 2 C. W. ...... No. 3 C. W. ...... Ex. No. 1 Peed . No. 1 Feed ......... No. 2 Feed......... Barley- Uo. 3 ........, No. 4 .................. Rejected ......... i... Feed'............ ,...... Flax-No. IN. W. C. . 1.14g- 1.164 ,i.i8^.aa^ 1.22i- M.-22.f 98i m S7J 84 79i' 75 64 95i 92f 90 85 34f 32i-33i 32 i 30i- 49J 49 40 45- 1.16 Some Cigars "smoke" Others Simply burn T'S partly in the tobacco, partly in the way they're rolled, The slow, steady, even-smoking quality of Webster's Cleap Havanas is pardy due to the rich, well-cured Cuban filler- partly to the care with which the wrappers arc selected -and ipartly to the finished skill of expert cigar-maker^^ working under ideal conditions in a sun-lit Canadian factory. Even, cool, bite-free smoking is one reason for the wonderful popularity of Webster's Clear Havanas-^ Fragrajit, .ncrve-$oothing aroma, reminiscent of Guba'V'dreamy solitudes, is anotHer- � ;  80I4 * ,mo�t good shops, in various shapes and sizei. JPopiilar "Breviu''ibape two-for-a-qliaitei W/ R. Webster & 'Cdmpany, Limited ,' /' '' , Shcrbrooke,. Canada B+?? 306 27 2 99999999? 072? ;