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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 2, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta - - THE LETH33|UIJ)GE WEJ^KLYJffiERALD Friday, May 2, 1913 ESI IN RACE A TARTED AT. 9 TO 1-TASUETT RAN SECOND AND PRUE THIRD AT GOOD PRICE London, May 2.-The one thousand guineas stalces, for three-year-old fillies, the second of the five classic 'races, was won at Newmarket today by J, B; Joel's chestnut filly, Jeali, who started at 9 to 1. The Duke of DeTonshiro's Taslett was ,second, Starting at 6 to 1, and Lord Rose-lierry's Prue, 9 to I, third. The winner was. trained by Morton. , DERBY MONEY LOOSENS There ^vas some spirited betting today on -the dorby, run at Epsom, June if Louvois, the two thousand winner, and Gcaganour, who flnish-�d a bead behind, being established joint fsvorltes at 9 to 2. Shogun is quoted at 8 to 1, and any other is on offer at 100 to 8. PRIZE FIGHT BILL DEFEATED . QaoraBiento, May 2.-The proposed uitl�prise. IJsbt bill, making the promotion of a prize tight in this s^te a feltqaij;, and attendance ct one a misdemeanor, was defeated by a vote of ^8 U) 24 in the lower house last night. DRAW BOUT AT REGINA Reeina, May 1.-Jack "Williams, of Reglnai and Young Maxwell, of Jloose Jaw, W5a* fifteen fast rounds to a tfraW-tonight. YANKEE GOES TO ROCHESTER ' New York, May l.^Manager Frank Chance, of the New York Americans, announced tonight that Pitcher Ches- 'ter;Hoff, a left bander, has been released to the Rochesters of the inter- .7 nanional league. Tan or Black-Price $6.00 We Give Yon a Comfort Fit in style, with a wearing quality that reduces your yearly shoe expense. Inmst in -get more satisfaction than you have ever, had for the money. THE BIG FOUR OF THE CHAMPION RED SOX, GAMES IN MAJOR LEAGUES American Stahl, manager and first base! Speaker, centre field; Wagner, short stop, and Joe Wood, pitcher, are the big four by which the Boston Red Sox hope to retain the championship of the American league tfils year, in spite of the critics and authorities who don't concede the team a chance for the first division lrir.:rna�t|^^ircles. Baseball ex? pert Phelon wouldn't .be surprised ,to see them finish close to the bottom, whIliB'-Full'el4oi^Ca[n^e*'them up around National .PIRATES ON TOBOGGAN Pittsburg, aiay 1.-Pittsburg lost the flftJi straight garao> this afternoon, St. Louis winning In a slugging match. Camnitz' wildness in the RED SOX ALL THE WAY Boston, May l.r-4ostoD easily defeated Washington today 8 to 2. O'Brien went the entire distance and ^ ...,v>... ,.............,'ik6Pt the visitors' hits woU scatter- flKt Inning, Then'he walked" 'three' ed. Four pitchers were used by Wash- MARKETS .LOCAL PRICES men, and a triple by Oakes netted St. Louis four runs at the start. Pittsburg rallied strongly in the last two innings. St. Loula............ 0 10 1 Pittsburg..........' .. 7 13 3 t'errl'tt, Sallee aaid Wlngo; Camnitz, Cooselman, Robinson and Simon, in&ton, Hughes lasting but lour innings, during which time Boston scored four runs. Englo captured a liner froJn Alpsmlth's bat In the second and doubled up Morgan, Who had reached first on a single. Washington............ 2 10 4 Boston.............. 8 12 1 Hughes, Boehllng, Engel, Dorhan _ and Alnsmlth; O'Brien and Cady. JOE JOHNSON SOME PITCHER Chicago, May 1.-Jou Johnson, the MULLIN BUMPED ?IARD big Indian twlrler of the Cincinnati Detroit, May 1.-Barry Lord, ably Reds, had everything his own way assisted by the other members of tl^o today and Cincinnati defeated the heavy end of Chicago's batting or-Cubs 8 to 4. Today's victory is the der, pounded Mullin to every corner tliird of the season for Cincinnati and of the lot today and the visitors de-the lionor of winning fell to Jolmson teated" Detroit S to 5. It was the in all three. Johnson had the locals seventh straight defeat for the locals baffled until the ninth. Brown, with and five of them were sustained at the bases, full and one out in this inning, showed his old time skill and retired the Chicagos without further damage. Cincinnati............. 8 13 2 Chicago............ ..  4 5 2 Johnson, Brown and Clarke; Smith, Toney, Lefleld and Archer. the hands of Chicago. Chicago ,............. S 12 1 Detroit.............. 6 10 3 Russell. Klawltter and Schalk; Mullin and Stanage. ATHLETICS DEFEAT YANKEES New York, May 1.-The New York Americans were defeated again today, the Athletics winning the first game of a four-game series, by a score of ^i to 2.. Keating, the only Now Y'orfc pitcher who has won a game this season, vyent well for five Grains and Provlalona Prices paid farmefs: No. 1 Northern ..................* '5 No. 2 Northern ,....................... '2 No. 3 Northern ........................ 88 No. 4 Northern ........................ "''^ No. 5 Northern ........................ 5*1 No. 1 Red .........................'5 No. 2 Red ................................. 72 No. 3 Jlcd .....................i........... No. 4 Rod ................................. Alfalfa, No. 2', per ton ..........? 9.0n Prairie........................................ 11.00 Bran .........:................................ 10.00 Shorts ........................................ 21.00 No. 1 Seed Oats ................ 33.00 Rolled Oats ........�ji. 23.00 Live Stock-Hogs, live........I.......08 Hogs, dressed......................... Mutton, live............................ Mutton, dressed Cattle-" Steers, live .........,,.?rpnT,..,-.T..-nK. Steers, dressed......................13 Cows, live ................................06t Cows, dressed ......................�� 'H .u .oc. .12 .07 FRIDAY'S GRAIN PRICES ALEXANDER BEATS TESREAU Philadelphia, Maj^ 1.-Alexander, who last w^eek pitched an eleven inning scoreless tie ariainst New York, shut out JMcGraw's^team here today innings,' not a man reaching first base 1 to 0. i until Mclnnes singled in that frame. Killifer threw two men out trying Brown pitched well for Philadelphia, to steal second, and broke up a bat- the first of New York's two runs be- j jjay............llTVa Winnipeg, May 2.-A drop in Liverpool prices, and glowing reports of the winter wheat crop, tended to a weaker market In Winnipeg, hut though tho prices at the opening were H to % lower, there wOiS little further decline. Oata and flax were a little weaker. There, was some activity in cash wheat, with be.tter otlorlngs, but the export trade Is dull. Receipts are rapidly decreasing, but may pick up after seeding. There were today 179 oars Inspented, with 200 in sight. Weather conditions over the west are most favorable to the 'seeding of coarse grain. Wheat is mosely in. Cables dosed: Llverr�ool, % to "4 lower; Berlin, lower; Budapest, i lower. Today's opening and closing prices were as follows: Wheat- Open May............ 82'/^ ,hily............ 33% October.......... 8914 Oats- � May............ 34% July............ 3G% Flax- Closo 9-'^i 34',i 30 the top, though not first. The Athletics are generally picked to vvln� ATHLETICS MUST STOP WASHINGTON Philadelphia, May 2.-"Washing- Natioual Won Lost P.O. Chicago ... New Y'ork ..........12 . ... ... N. 8 ton is the one we mus-t stop if we are ; Philadelphia .......... B to land the pennant In the .Vmerican � Brooklyn.............. 8 St. Louis Pittsburg Boston ... Cincinnati Philadelphia Cleveland ... Boston St. Louis , Detroit ... New York League." This was the statement made last night by Connie Mack, manager of the Philadelphia Athletics and generally conceded to b6 one of the greatest strategists in the history of baseball. It had been reported that Mack was counting upon a race among three clubs for the highest honors in the Ban Johnson circuit, but the impres-! Wasnmgton sion made by the Boston Red Sox In, the two-game series was not sufficient ly good to lead the toll chieftain of the men from PennsylTania to fear that they ,wUl have to heat out any other tSam but the one which has been collected, is now fed by, and i.s considered the pride and joy of Mr. OriffMh. ' Johnson Most Feared That Mack has the highest regard for the Gfiffmen is undeniable. Of course, Walter Johneon is the man moat dreaded, but the visiting maa-ager also appreciates the fact that the Nationals have a staff of boxmen BO well balanced and so highly polished that they must be feared in every contest ^yhen they are called to the centre of the diamond. "There Is no use attempting to disparage Washington," said Mack yesterday. "The' pitchers are good, the general defensive strength of the players is sufliclent to stop any other club from rolling up large totals, and there is a world of speed among the players that may prove most troublesome for a team that attempts to stop them." Connie Mack is too keen to be crl 5 5 4 6 �7 8 10 12 American w. 10 , 11 8 10 7 S . 5 2 L. 3 5 4 9 8 10 10 12 .706 .615 .600 .571 .563 .500 .231 .200 P.C .789 .688 .667 .538 .467 .444 .333 .143 iEVpRi^^^^is'PLAN -f; tfRFSE^O^CHANCE DAY \ fe^w^oji^^y^lil-The compU-meint .>yfilq9^^|afq.'sdmlrers of F^ank.'ChaTiceian to pay the New York Amwican League Club manager, In a!-, celebration  when he .makes lils'J^fijst'' appearance there; will have -something of a paiali^l In "Bv'ers' Day" on May 10." The date maTks the'appearance of John Evers and his Chl-cagff Cubs in the, first game of a series with th6^Ne.w York,Giants. Ov,er 400 fellow citizens of Bvers, whose home Is in Troy, N.TC., have reserved seats for the game. The Trojan delegation plans a-big re-ceiptloh and a floral offering for the Chicago leader. ting rally in the third inning, by catching Snodgrass napping off second base. Four hits were made oS Tesreau in seven innings, he being taken out to permit McCormick to bat for him. New York .'........... 0 6 1 Philadelphia........ .. 1 4 i 'Tesreau, Wiltse and Meyers; Alexander and Killifer. ing scored on errors by Baker and CoJlins. Philadelphia........... 4 5 3 New York...........2 7 3 Brown, Bender and Thomas; Keating, Kofi and Sweeney. WEILMAN PITCHED AWRY St. Louis, May 1.-Woilman's wild-ness in the sixth today caused his own downfall and Cleveland won .3 nTTAT RRnnifT 1. Falkenberg was steady in the STENGEL BEA r BROOKLYN pjncto, holding St- Louis safe when .Brooklyn, May 1-Charlie Stengel ^^^^^^^ ...^.^ o, ^ j^^^^ ^i^^,, was the hero of Brooklyn s victory t^ree infield hits flllid the bags and over Boston today. The linal score Cleveland won out.  3 9 2 17 1 Wellmen 11G% iin 121-ii was 4 to 2, apd Stengel was responsible for three of the four runs. On his first time up he drove the first ball pitched by Hoss to the center for a home run. Stack pitched an erratic game, but wa^ saved several times by sensational yeldlng. Gervais fin-shed the pitching tor Boston and disposed of six batters that faced him in the last two innings. Boston.............. 2 7 1 Brooklyn............ 4 9 1 Hess and Whaling; Stack, Gervais and Miller, Rarlden. Association GAMES IN MINOR LEAGUES W. P.C. Milwaukee ..... ........10 7 .588 Kansas City ... ........10 7 .588 Indianapolis ... ....... 9 8 .529 Louisville ..... .......10 9 .526 Columbus ..... ....... 8 7 .533 Minneapolis ... .......,. 8 9 .471 St. Paul ...... ......... 7 10 .112 Toledo ......... ........ 0 10 .375 North ATCsteni W. L. P.C �Vancouver ... . ........10 4 .714 Seattle ....... ........10 7 .583 Spokane ...... ......... 0 8 ,529 Tacoma ...... ......... 8 9 .171 Portland ... ...... 5 '9 .357 Victoria ...... ......... 6 11 .353 Association Minneapolis........ .~ . 6 9 4 Columbus............ 8 11 6 Burns ana Smith; Davis and Smith. St. Paul..............14 '13 0 Indianapolis............ 4 8 3 Rleger and James; Kalserllng and Clark. Kansas Clly............3 9 1 Toledo............... 2 9 1 Vaughan and O'Connor; George Milwaukee............ 1 2  Louisville.......,...... 6 8 2 Nicholson and Clark; Cleniens and V. Clemons. SOLD BY �Keel tical of an Individual play'er, and his , �;> whole discuBBloii of the Nationals is compliiaentary. Mackmen Thoroughly Confident There never has been a team assembled that was more thoroughly satisfied of Us own Inherent strength than 'the Athletics, and they are simply awaiting the opportunity to assert their prowess. Certain things happened in the ranks of the men fTom Shibe Park IftBt year that will not be repeated, �pd :� '> 0" McGOORTY AND CLABBY ? CLASH TONIGHT ? Denver, Colo./ May 2.-^Eddle ' McOoorty, of pshkosh. Wis.,' and Jimmy Clabby, of Hammond, Ind., are resting today, having finished their training for the ten round bout at the Denver Athletic arena to- -night. The -fight has been ad-: vertteed as deciding the mid-? dlewelght chaniplonship. Northwestern Vancouver 15, Victoria. 5. Seattle 3, Spokajie.O. Tacoma 4, Portland 3. : > ? ? ? ? ? > NEW RIFLES HERE RAITH ROVERS DEFEATED International- ROYALS WINNING Jersey City, May 1.-Montreal made it two straight over Jertisy City, with a victory in today's Ilnia-Up at West Side Park, hy 10 to 2. The 'Skeeters got off to a two-run lead In the first frame, hut in the fifth round Pitcher Davis blew up, and tie Jersey City players went with him, and six- runs were collected *y the Royals on, two passes, four hits, Davis' error, a wild pitch, and a passed ball. MoiHireal..............10 7 1 Jersey City ..'......... 2 7.3 MoGrayner and Burns; Davis, Mo-Hale, Bi-andon and Crisp, Lee. Cleveldiid St. Louis.............. FftlkenUerg and Carlsch; and Agiiew. FISTIC STARS IN A DEMONSTRATION McFarland, Papke, Coulon and Others Will Appear Before Illinois Legislature Springfield, 111., May 1.-Packey McFarland, Billy Papke, Johnny Coulon and several lesser lights among Illinois fighters will work up pdrspl-ratlon with no gate receipts In. view In a bbilng exhibition to be staged here this week for the purpose of convlpc-irig iilinols legislators that' the bill for a etate boxing 'commission is meritorious. Gov. Dunne, Lieutenant Governor O'Hara, Speaker, McKlnley and a num. hoi- 6i the legisjatlve leaders have from Calgary, for' the use of ? the Lethbrldge Rifle Assocla- tion, who win hold their third ? practice shoot over tb^ir, range tomorrow afternoon All mpm- ? 2 p.m. sharp. } (f ? � � � ? * Providence 3 9 2 5 -3 Mains and l,alonde; Bailey and On Blow. Rochester ...... 6 10 Newark.............. 5 7 JMfl,rtln, Wllhelm and Jooklltscb; Bell'/ Le'e and Hlgglns. Medicine Hat, May 1,-The baseljaU team had a work-out this afternoon iu preeience of a largo number of fans, who admired the speedy work of the bunch. Manager Dunn thinks he has a fast lot, and the fans agree. However, both can tell better when they stack up against Regina on Monday. Liverpool (Broomhall), May 2.- The weakness In American cables yes. terday, and private reports of very high promise for American winter wheat, prompted- realizing, and the miirket at the opening was % to % lower. Following the. opening there was further selling, aiid prices declined an addltipnaf % with the undertone weak. ^i-gentljie shlpmeats were larger than expected, with a very poor enquiry for forward ahlp-ments, and an apparent elimination of shorts. Indian shipments are e.xpect-ed to show a iargei IncraasQ and tho political situation is less disturbing with Consols steadier. At 1.30 p.m., tho market t^s weak. % to Id. lower than yesterday. Paris opened with moderate covering on the, heavy rahi in parts of France. In the .Argentine tho weather is unsettled. /^X-CARTS arc fast enough in Cuba, where they ^ "uke thing* easy" all the time. Life speeds fuiter up herein the north. Yet a half-lioujr with Webster's Clear Havanas �oir inil ilien wim'l pal yoii (ir beblnil-anil tbclr mixKk �ut mill)' mi-nul wtlofcln, 9Qld t.\ tnoit cood iboDi, In rarluua ibipei and .itoci. ^ r Po�iil�r VBrtvii" ibap�-�wo.(i.a.^u(n�r> WiR-WebWBtCorap�ny, UmWoi. Shetbrooke, CM�d� Northern gt,' Paul 7, Superior 4. WJnopa, 6, Winnipeg ,0. Grand. Forks 7, Vitginia ft. MlhiioopoliB 10, Duluth 1. 851 37942585?265 7 59999999999999994 652?58 ;