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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY HERALD ALL THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOST EVENTS FARMER WHEELER It Will be When His Um- piring Days Have Past 'Pla-a-a-ay Wheeler, his autocratic Unipj, he of Western Canada Legue fame, and one of the men who will brave the terrors of Johnny .Mackin. on the war path, in Fred Johnston's quartette this sum- is now a land-owner in Sunny Southern Alberta. Like his namesake in Uosthern, Saskatchewan, made such a name for himself as the premier producer 01 hard wheat in the whole world. Wallace must needs follow the advice "back to the land." When the hollow-eyed, hungry line Blued themselves to their respective positions this morning, his Umps was in the procession. His number is 5" and this afternoon-lie filed on a half section of 'and. .which, he savs w'" give him a nice quiet place to retire j to when baseball palls on hfe nerves I He will go through the season with'l the W. C. L., ami in the fall will .hie himself to the little home which he will have built on his 320 down on the Invisible line between Canada and Un- cle Sam's stamping ground. Here he says, he will be safe from the wrath of the umpire'baiter, and here he will recuperate after the strenuous labors of the season. ".And speaking of land said his highness the Umps, Canada can show them all something about handl- ing a when there is about a mil- lion dollar's worth of land to grab for This affair has been so orderly that" I i won't get even a taste of training fa-! scraping with the wallopers i work out in the Twilight this sum- mer." AMERICAN COLT CAPTURES FIRST GREAT CLASSIC .Newmarket. Ens., Jlay Two Thousand Guineas, for three-year-olds, ono mile, the first of the five classic races, was won today by the Ameri- can colt, II. li. Duryea'B Sweepni- II., by llavcllv II., who start- ed at (i to 1. Neumann's Jaeger, 100 to I, was second, ami Hall Cross, to third. The favorite. ,1. I! Joel's White Star, who started at even mon- ey, was unplaced. The Held totalled hirtcen. Tim also-rans Included: At- eppo. Absurd, Jlngliiu; Geordle, Holm. Amcdail. Kempion. Kosiuscke, Loin, Ciseau Blue, and White Star. Wednesday. May 1.1912 Complete Supply House WATERPROOFING COMPOUNDS ror conditions MARKETS interior wails and ...nit ClUlldfirS Contrlrtnre Q II wn.iui.Lurs, ouppiios and Machinery The Western Supply Equipment Co., Ltd. Phone 1044 The kind that are above They make a man feel his own him ease, spirit, confidence. They impress others. The man of moderate means finds in them true economy. The rich man can wear no better. We can fit you from stock. We also maJce to order. Unfade-able Blue Serge Suit at 292 Winnipeg in a Hard Luck League Diiluth, Minn.. May Fargo and Orand Forks will not be members of tne Central International baseball lea- gue. with Winnipeg, which starts In its first, season a wed; from today. Baseball in the Big Leagues to action taken j held in Superior last night. Fargo looked with favor on the proposition but felt (hat they could not swing It Results of Games Wc-f weather again prevented most at a meetin" ..R.HII prevented most ight. Fargo tht' "iii National league Cincinnati trimmed the Chicago White Sox and thereby Standings Today LETHBRIDGE MARKETS Notwithstanding thoTcoM weather at present prevailing prices on (lib local market reinaln somowlmt firm "utter IB not over .pUiMtlfnl, and the ntlM keeps up to a high jmtch New laid ogga are lo bo had In ab- undance at, 30 coins per dozen, while California gritpo Trull Is arriving dally, and Is being at three, for -6 cents. No. i Northern....... No. 2 Northern No. U 'Northern No. 4 Dakotii cities. one of the GEORGE STOVALL MAKING GOOD Doing Same Thing With St. Louis Browns He Did With Cleveland E-IDPATH CASH TAILORS AND CLOTHIERS Ave, South, Hull Block, Lethfaridge CANADIAN'S NOTABLE WINS and ieavyweight wrestling championship of tte Donlinion. He d One of these, featherweight class. runner-up in th George Stovall is wearing the same smile as he did last season when he was piloting the Naps into third place. He hns good reason to smile. He has made something of a ball team out o; the Browns, and he is given credit for it. George is hardly any better this season than during ihe seyen ;nd a naif seasons he served as a Xap The Browns needed Just such a player as "0 ra, and needed him badly I Since Jim MoAleer, then manager "t the decided la 1933 that Tern Jones' day of usefulness was past, there have been 10 St. Louis first .basemen. Of these IS failed to fll! the bill. Stovall is No. in, and he's worth more than the other IS put together. George's presence on flrattei improved all the otlrer infleld- and the whole Brown outfit being kicked around for two years, has taken heart and a feeling of respecta-, Placed at Charlie Queerie's Service to Manage Lacrosse Team .Toronto, April the coast moguls will not stop at any cost in their attempt to break up the Big Four. This morning Charlie Quer- rie. the Tecuraseh manager, received a telegram frbin the coast, offering ilm to manage a team on the coast this season. Querrie will re- ceivo for his own services, while will be placed in the bank to his credit towards a team together and taking them tottie coast. The wire adds that it ivill be necessary for Querrie to gather up his team and leave for the coast early next week, also that Con Jones has nothing to do with the scheme for a third team. Jones Behind Deal It will be hard to make the eastern magnates believe, however, that it is none other than the celebrated 'Con' who is handling the deal, and it looks T should feel guilty not to own a Blue Serge Suit" he said, "when I can get a guaranteed fadeless Fit- Keform Serge for The 2 and 3 button Styles are just different enough to be both smart and good-looking. Made with the new English shoulders and tailored through- put as Fit-Reform always tailors every garment. like another one of his fine pieces of juggling to bring about the downfall of the Big FOU1-. Will Querrie Accept? Whether or not Querrie will accept the offer remains to', be seen The Te ciimseh manager practically controls the Indian -franchise In the Big Four and aside from that, he has been one of the most prominent figures in the engineering of the new league It r- hardly likely that lie win .desert his former team mates, and jump for the coast, .but at the sr.ny> time it must he remembered that the same Charles L. is mortal like the rest of us, and the above offer is very inviting. Want More Men Another problem that awaits the coast magnates Is that the eastern clubs have the available lacrosse a pretty well signed up. Querrie has gathered In all bin -hree of .his last years team, while tha.Irlsh Canadians Nationals and claim to have their men pat. JONES is PLEASED WITH THE OUTLOOK Thinks Northwestern Clubs Are Even- ly Matched' and Well Balanced Place, while Washington, through not Playing, retain their figures of the day before and falls into third place, Cleveland dropping in ju fourth. The International again was forced liors de combat by Jupiter 1'luvlus Simes were played. The American Association and Xorihwcstcrn played Philadelphia standing, 'Detroit to sixth St. Louis New York National New Portland, April Jones, president of the Northwestern Lea- ue, has returned from his initial quarto, swing around the circuit, and said that he was well pleased with coiidi- ions as he found them iu the differ- ent cities. for said Fielder, "that 'ortlaud wil! he well represented in Philadelphia ..010 OUO i ha circuit this summer, and from! Hall, Bedienl. and C'irrigan- Krause little I have seen of them, they j Danfoclli and Thomas. American Boston li, Philadelphia 1 'Boston ...........300 100 11 Pittshurg...... St. Louis......... 5 Philadelphia '4 Brooklyn.......... 4 W. 10 8 li 5 P.O. International Ters-ey City Providence Buffalo j Rochester L. Mogridge, Langc, Walsh ami Block; son. Victoria has already shown that' It.-is a. formidable antagonist, while j aud Stallage. -Miko Lynch has a likely looking bunch Cleveland S, St. l.ouis 3 of players under his wing, many of St. Louis 11 'them veterans which he has collected j Cleveland U Newark Montreal .76fl .727 .500 .453 .462 .-117 .400 .303 P.C. .1125 .825 .500 .42 .U .37 .28 .Vo. ti.......... No. 1 Alberta lied No. L' Alberta liod No. S Albortn Red No. 4 Albert.. Red No. 5 Alberta Red No. (i Alberts Red Barley, No. 3 Barley, No. 4 Bran, per ton Shorts, per totii Oats, per ton, sncKad Rolled oats Butter and Eggs: Dairy butter i: Creamery butter Eggs, fresh......" Vegetables: Potatoes, per cwt. Potatoes, per ton Beets, per Ib........ Jarrots, per Ib. Turnips, per Ib." per ib..... Celery, per pound Parsnips, per .pound Cattle on the.Hoof: ?0.8-t C.S1 0.711 0.70 (Mi; 0.7B 0.78 0.74 0.70 o.so O.El 0.46 21.00 28.00 28.00 23.00 0.40 .40 'to .SO 0.30 1.35 to 2.00 27.00 to 38.00 0.2K 0.1% 0.04 0.13 0.03K from all over th-a country. "Vancouver will not have a walk- away with the race, this year, as was predicted earlier in the season, and I am more firmly Convinced now than ever thai we are going to have a good year all over the circuit, judging from Chicago the interest taken by the faus In Se- attle, Vancouver and Spokane.'' It is doubtful K Seattle will gain anything by the protest which Jack Barry made in the opening game at Seattle, 'although President Jones re fused to discuss the question for pub- lication. E. Brown, C. Brown and Krichell- -Gregg and O'.Vcil and Easterly! New York-Washington, rain. National Cincinnati 7, Chicago 5 ....120 HO u a Baseball an Exalted Game Cincinnati .......mo 000 "Attendance at the opening games of the two major leagues and several of the more important leagues indicates history of baseball. Interest on the BALL PLAYERS' COMMANDMENTS red Clarke Issues Ten Thou Shalt Nots for Participants in the National Game I avcnder v of baseball. Interest on the Yonder, Bnnu, anil Archer; Suggs .part of .the public appears to be grow-. Illl ,iner ji. ___, anil McLean. Louisville Association Tie Game 020 MO n.ri and Hughes. 600 Has Newsy Lalonde Jumped His Contract? McKELVIE McGUIRE, Toronto, Ont., May despatch :ronr Cornwall this morning, stating that Newsy Lalomle had jumped the Toronto club, and was on his way to Vancouver, caused consternation lacrosse circles here, and the concen- sus of opinion is that he has reallv made the move. At the headquarters of the Toronto Lacrosse club, they remarked that :hey did not know anything about it :t was thought that Lalonde was sign- ed, and the announcement has come to them as a big surprise. Cameron Likewise a Jumper Ottawa, Out.. .May cron arrived here from Cormsun yes- erdRy, and OO for Vancouver Cameron said he had signed with Ken- ledy, and was afraid that the Irish- Janndlan manager would take legal ac tlon against him, wiien he discovered his purpose. _ ball players' 10 commandments devised by Fred Clarke: smoke cigarettes. If you must use tobacco, select a good Pitts- burg stogie or a pipe. drink. Alcholic stimulants used in moderation may do little harm they can do no good, and they are dangerous. Better be a teetotaler. keep late hours. "Early to bed aud early to, is still a good maxim. gamble. Worry about an ace full that was beaten last night or wondering how the horses are run- ning while playing is in progress, are alike detracting. ho a grouch. Cheerfulness is n very desirable quality in anybody, ball player In particular. Sharp1 S'anflold answers and displays of temper on aml the field interfere with successful Spokane work-, and oilon causes cnmi- Tacoma M Minneapolis ......102 000 16 Criss and Madden Waddcll Owens. (Game called in tenth inning.) Indianapolis JO, St. Paul 1 Indianapolis .....002 051 110-10 Id 0 000 ing, while followers of the snort each season become more thoroughly versed In the rules of the game and the abil- ity of the participants. Granted that .baseball is clean and ,1 wholesome at the present time what danger can lurk behind the enthusiasm Steers, per .pound ___..... Cow, per pc-and........... Dressed, per pound....... Sheep: per cwt. Dressed, per cwt.......... Hogs; 'eBsed, per Ib. per cut........... Poultry: Geese, llvo j... Turkeys Chickens Fowl i.............." Ducks Hay: Cultivated hay iu bulk Hides: Green, per Ib. .1...... 0.08 to 0.09 to Dry 1...'-...-. 0.10 to Sheep pelt, each.......... 0.25 to 0.75 Lamb skins............ 25 to 40 Shearlings............' o.EO to 0.60 Horse hides, green 1.00 to 2.00 Horse hides, dry 1JJO to 1.75' .04 Vj 0.11 5.00 11.00 0.12 0.09 0.14 0.22 0.15 0.12 0.15 WEDNESDAY'S MARKET Winnipeg. Hay opening and closing prices of the wheat, market to- lays were as follows: Wheat- lay, old lay, new uly ......cj-- .JU111HU tlte tMlULUSIittilll which has raised this sport to a rid- oa and jlional made possible Invest- inv menls representing approximately in 16 main? J n_v. 1 Feed, Mav I Must Have Confidence The principal blight which could ;iall upon baseball would be loss o confidence on the part of Ihe public Open 104 104 10591 49 4714 n i on tnc part of he pubic Uarke, Dauss and Met- firstly in the club owners and men who control the game, and secondly in Columbus 7, Milwaukee 2 lthe PlaXera themselves. The last would Columbus .........220 010 110-7 M 2 innnonnin f f the fans-became convinced that '.....'HO 000 010-2 4 1 players were botog shifted from club and Smith Jfarcon and to olllb to Produce closer finishes or i that there was syndicate ownership of City C, Toledo ............Oil 001 7 Kansas City .....020 101 11 I-IJKjcinbnlhani and Carisch; Hhoados Vancouver Portland Northwestern and Lewis; E 12 2 Bloomfleld 1 r, Craft and Devlin If anything wig. 3 10 2 Schultz and Lud- 2 jBut the real .lest would be in the hon- osty of the games themselves and the integrity of tho players. ..Syndicate Not .3 Menace The first of 'these contingencies, that of syndicate baseball, Is possible, but not probable to any great extent' That games .could be dishonestly won lost by tho players themselves is Jtically out of-the. question. There ht Jio isolated cases and there nt be a rare individual player who stoop to dishonesty, but the itlay July... 39.114 No. 1 Northern No. 2 Northern No. 3 Northern No. Ko. 5 Peed Oats- No. 2 C. W K C. W. Ex. Xo. 1 Feed No. 1 No. 2 Feed Cash' Prlcti nces detectio are too great and interferes with reporting on time, cut-Seattle exam- out. Tardiness sets pie. be a backbiter. If yon hav i Idea that the club is not being con ducted properly, tell the manager about it. if your suggestions arQu at ,lil tunes, so that it doesn't cd after thin to oppose him. The captain will: attend lo Ell the necessary kicking TO COBB Once upon a tlmo there was a ham- let In the great state of Florida which called Itself Cohh. BAKER OUT Michel. at Washington it is now called, over on tho dwelt pomceranat'o.' ute. QUICK TIME harles knocked out S. O. E. AND ST. GEORGE'S Owing lo Ihe high wind, which pre- vailed the football game between the S. O. U. and St. Oecrgn, scheduled to take place last night at the Ball Park, wsa postponed to Thursday, same' plnce, same time. I'layors, please take note. or who by an unfortunate OCTOI- or mis- take .In judgment is responsible for the loss of a gnmo 'has a son'y enough time among hi3 fellows. Bun a player who was even under susniclcci of hnv- nifc wiiiiijiy tossed n contest -would be ostracized and driven out of li.iseball by the players themselves, oral with- out action on 'the part of the j iMiuutR AND TRAP The. Gun Club will hold Its regular this evening. Skat Players to Gather at Chicago Thousands of skat players from all over the United States and Canada w ill compete at the Chicago Coliseum on May 35, 2G and 27 in'the annual tournament, of IhcJN. A. Skat league.. Jfficials of the league have the plani.' well in hand and .'announce (hat tho r coming event will he the most pre- tentious skat toi'riinmcnl ever held; in this country. ten thousand dollars are to be awarded in prizes, The committee in; charge is arrang ng to make the' awards in scries'and report that ov- er prizes will lie listed. The win- ner of the honors will receive S1000. There will be several and ?100 awards; ;