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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 1MTLY 1TERALH Thursday, May 1912 Western Canada League Opens its Season ALL THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOST EVENTS LOSS TO FOOTBALL LIFE SENTENCE IS GIVEN TO DIPLEY SLAYER OF STANLEY KETCHELL .THE MIDDLEWEIGHT CHAM- PION OF THE WORLD Jefferson City, Mo., May Walter B. Dlpley, convicted of murder of Stanley Ketcnell, middleweight jiion, must serve his life sentence in Afinouri penitentiary, according to a decision of Supreme Court today. Qoldle Smith, serving a life term as JLD accessory of Dipley, was dis- charged from 'the penitentiary by the court which reversed judgment againsi her. Court held evidence was noi lufflclent to convict her. BASEBALL IN THE BIG LEAGUES Results of Games National 9-8 Chicago R. II. Chicago 500 100 9 10 3 Boston......300 800 S 11 1 Cole, Reulbach. Toney. Ritchie and Archer; Hogg, Tyler, Dlckson and Kling. 11-8 St. Lguis St. Louis 010 100 S 7 ii New York 045 000 13 4 Harmon, Dale, Willis, Woodburn and Bliss; Tesreau, Mathewson, Wil- son and .Hartley. 5-4'Cinclnnatl Progressive Plans of the Local Rifle Association The Rifle association will hold a competition on" May 24th, open to all members. .This was decided at a. meeting of the executive held in Capt. Cunningham's 'office last night and the .following special committee was Appointed to mate the necessary ar- raiigtments, namely: B. B. Jones, A. Emory, and Secretary Chiverall. A progressive euchre Tvill be neid on the evening of May 27th and Messrs. J. :Tt. Anderson, A. H. McKeown and B. B. Jones were olected to take charge of affairs. Ii, was reported that the membflrship of the association stood at present at 140, with the prospects of a steady increase. It was decided to raise the firing points and cover Philadelphia Cincinnati 112 000 '4 000 500 5 S 3 92 Standings Today Rational W. L. PC Cincinnati..-............. 15 4 .78 New York............. 14 B .7: Chicago '.'............10 .-9 Boston................. 8 10 Pittsburg Brooklyn Philadelphia St. Lonls 10 6 9 CIO 5 13 American !hicago 10' Boston 11 Philadelphia 10 W. L. Pet Moore, Alexander, Killifer and Doo- in, Graham; Genton, Kaefe and Lean. Brooklyn-PIttsburg, rain. American 7-6 Chicago Chicago 201 121 7 13 Washington 000 020 C 13 Benz, Walsh, -Lang and Block Johnson, Becker and Adnsmith. AH other games postponed. International Buffalo.............. 3 9 Vewark en Beeh6 anH Scliang; Dsat an Smith. Baltimore............ 0 S Montreal.....'......... 5 7 Adkins, Danforth and Payne; Ma tern and Roth, Toronto 2 i Jersey City same with canvass. On Saturday after- -Rudolph and Fisher; noons conveyances will be in. readi- Wells. ness at the Empire shooting gallery Rochester......... on' Fifth Street to convey members Providence to and from the ranges. 1 2 McHate an Association Toledo...........'..... (i 10 .Minneapolis........ 3.10 Falkenburff and Land; Young and Owens. Columbus...............10 12 St. Paul.............. C 8 11 McMillan and Smith; Thomas and TraEesaer; 4 3 4 1 Indianapolis Milwaukee.......: Kimbal! and Clark; Dougherty and Marshall.' Louisville.............. 3 S Kansas'City............. 6 s __ Norttap. SsyStT and Spencer; JPow- ell and James: Northwestern Tommy Burns Signs up With Connell for Fight EHmonton, May for the Burns-Connell ton-round boxing contest to be staged here on May 23 under the-auspices of the Edmonton Athletic Club, are proceeding apace. Yesterday afternoon Jack Connell sigaed the articles, and the secretary o! iia chib Is'.i last nisSt -for Csi- ..gary to get Burns' signature. Con- nell denies that he ever agteed to Gappy Smart as reftree, and if he was so understood it was a mistake. Connel stated yesterday that he would to have. an entirely independ- ent party act third roan In the ring. He thinks that as Burns has been I Tacoma ..'...........1214 training at the fire department in i Senttis 4 7 .giry of which Caww is further that Cappy Is a friend of Burns, It would be Beit for all parties concerned to look further for the re- feree. Connell'suggested either Bob McDonald, Jimmy Potts. Frank Slavln or PrefMsor McLean of the Wain- wrljht .college. Doubtless thte queB-' tiori, although an important one, -will fce settled without much difficulty. Cpnncll is a very busy young man those days. Yesterdny he signed ar- ticles for a fifteen-round hout with John Willie, to be staged at Wain- wrijht, Alti.' This mitch has been S 1 Klepfcr and Blair; as and Beckendbrf. Harden, Thorn Victoria... ____ 4 Portland 1 Vancouver 3 1 WESTERN CAN. LEAGUE 7 7 Vashlngton 10 s Cleveland s 9 Detroit 9 12 St. Louis 6 12 N.ew York 3 13 76 .61 .53: .001 .47: .428 .333 .1SS Huddle Was High Man at the Traps Last Night It took an eagle eye and an experi- enced hand to shatter tho clay'birds at the traps last with that un- certain and bothersome wind. Not- some creditable scores were made. A. Huddle was high, making a total of forty out of a possible of The shooting in general was exceptionally close F R Agnen and W S Showr onlj two points behind Huddle, and the others followed close up. ,.The scores vere Possible 25 25 Total A. Huddle R. Agnew W. S. Shover B. Stafford C. Livingston D. Johnson W. Stafford 20 16 18 10 IS 1 17 11 20 22 18 IS 34 IS It) ROBT. MacKAY Who left -'recently for Vancouver. MY. JfacKay was secretary-treasurer the Lothbridgc Football league last 'ear and was a success in his posi- tion. To liim belongs a goodly share if the credit for the advance of foot.- In 'this city and in the departure Mr. 'MacKay the game lost an im- ortant man. inc. Complete Supply House RE-ENFORCING SPECIALTIES Hxpanded Jlotal, Twisted Triangle Mosh, Perfection Moah, Metal Stude and Joists, Herringbone Metal' Lath newldea In floor and roof construction Duplex Joist Hangers, Post'caps and Bases FANCY BRICK AND TERRA COTTA'FOR FACING Dohydratino. Symeutrox, Symontoln. Th 3 fiucccssftit waterproofing material make a specialty of Floor and Wall Tllo and Morhlo Work. 0. The Western Supply Equipment Co., Ltd. Phone 1044 312-4th Street, South. 1 MARKETS UETH8RIDGE MARKETS 'rowd Mistaken and Jeered at Player Washington, May of Wal- er Johnson's speed balls put Lee Tan- ehill, utility iufielder of the. Chicago "bite Sox out of the game Indefinlte- r yesterday. His wrist was broken by pitched ball. The crowd jeered tho bite Sox iiifielder as he ran to first rubbing his arm, for the ball eemed to have struck the bat. Tanuehill tried to field his position short stop in the next inning, but s to throw to first resulted a wild throw, and an X-ray exam- ation later showed a clean break, innahlll will-return to Chicago to- .y. and Blaekburne will .talte his ace, The Pie Eaters By WALT MASON mishid TIM HURST ILL New YorK May 9 Tim Hurst, referee and umpire, is critically ill todav pleuio pneumonia, o Railroad Men Organize Club The employees, of the C. P. R. here met in 'the parlors of the Lethbriclge Hotel last evening and organized a baseball team :with the of- Ifcials: Hon. President, J. M. Canfei Medicine President Fred Kennj ice-Pi esident I H Pennej father; Secretary treasurer, S, B. Mit- chell. Patrons, A. E. Smith, Mr. Little J. Wuren, H. Carlson and Geo. Moth. The finaneo committee appointed were Messrs. Kilins, Chapman, Win- ,ers .Woodward .aiid Mitchell. has issued i challenge n I c I nH Thorn are no yrice variations today on tho localinnrkct.' Tho expected de- cline in tho prlco of butter has not yot mntortallzed, while cggu still re- main at 30 cents DOT dozen. California g'rapo fruit Is.scarce, but a plentiful supply Is promised in the near future. Northern gg No. oisl; No. it.Northern.........4. o_7g No. -I............... o.70 No. C...............'.. No. (i 0.47 No. 1 Alberta Red 0.78 No. 2 Alboi-ta Red 0.77 Wo. 3 Alberta Itcd o.7ii No. 4 Alberta Rert o.71 No. 5 Alberta lied oi60 No. (1 Alberta Rod .V 0.47 Barley, No. 3 o 51 Barley, No. 4 J J.1' p.4C Bran, per ton jj.oo Shorts, petr ton 33.00 Oats, per ton, sacked........ 28.00" Rolled oats............... 29.00 Butter and Egji: Dairy butter o.40 Creamery butter .40 .to .50 Eggs, fresh..........., o.SO Vegetables: Potatoes, per Owt. 1.36 to 2.00 Potatoes, per ton 27.00 to 38.00 Beets, per Ib................. Carrots, per Ib. 0.214 Turnips, per Ib. Q.1% Cabbnge, per Ib..........., o.OC, Celery, per pound 0.13 Parsnips, por'pound O.OSy, Onions, per Ib. Cattle on the Hoof: Steers, per pound....... i.. o.Ofi Cow, per Dressed, per o.ll Sheep: Live, per cwt. 5.00 Dressed, por cwt....... IJ.QO Hoasl Dressed, per Ib. 0.12 e, per Poultry: jeese, live Turkeys Chickens Fowl Ducks A sport in New Jersey, whose name -man living, and puts up the gold to back up. his challenge, ?o here is a chance I Hay for pie eating experts their fame to Now here is a sport that I-like (cultivated hay in bulk to indorse; a man can cat pics and not wprk'Hke a horse; no heart-breaking training for wearisome weeks no sparring or. wrestling with subsidized freaks no .rubbing or grooming or skipping the rope, no toning your nerves with some nor du tur u bone dislocated or face pounded core ro ear ig gum boots in a whirlpool of gore. The pie eater's training: no anguish implies, he starves till his stomach is howling for pies; most hole, and says to the umpire "All right! he loosens his belt to the vitter- Let her roll There's gold for the winner, and honor and fame, and even the loser's ahead of the game. Georre Matthew Adam: 0.09 0.14 0.22 0.1E 0.12 0.15 .16.00 BULLETINS FOOTBALL MEETING The City Football league.meets to night at the Dallas Hotel at 8.30 to transact some important business: S. O. E.. FOOTBALL Practice tonight -at 'the barracks grounds. GIANTS HAVE ANOTHER STAR PITCHER IN THIS MAN arranged whatever the outcome of the Burns-Connell bout. at WsJn- wright represented by If." If. 1'or'rester have offered a purse of Calgary Edmonton Red Deer Bassino STANDING W. I 1- 0 1 0 ..0 1 ..0 1 -P.C .000 .000 Edmqntpn, 10; Red Deer, 4 Edmonton, -May 8J The AVestern CRICKET RESULTS May following are the results of cricket matches finished yesterday: England beat the rest of England by an Innings and 13 runs; Yorkshire beat the M. C. CJ by two wlckete; the Derbyshire South Africans seven wickets. beat VANCOUVER ARCHITECT PLANS FIGHT ARENA Architect Patrick J. Donohuc c-f this on Snuiday forwarded plans for the arena to be erected ai Las Vegas, New Meilco, where Johnson and flynn will battle 'for the world's tltis on July 4 next. The are practically the same an those ef tlw urans. at Carson City, where Filisimmonn wrested the ebOBDlonihlp from James J. Cor- bett on March 17, 1897. Mr. Dcnobue ttfltntt tnt superintended that which had a seating capacity .at persons. He constructed It thirty dayi from the daj- of Canada league opened here. today with a ten to' three ,win for Edmonton over BUI Hurley's Red Deer bunch. Dick enson for the visitors was wild-In the secondhand allowed Mackin's bunch to pile up six :runs. Henrlck startet bad for Edmonton, but after the'flm inning was In good shape. liUmohton Ited Deer Heinrlcks and Weinholt; Dicken- son, Bachelder and Bliss. ..'060 301 10 11 12 200 000 3 3 Calgary, 8; Bassano, 4 Calgary, May won the opening game of tire Western Canada league series yesterday from Bassano by a score of S to 4. It was a tree hitting contest, the locals having the better of the slugging. Attendance; Calgary Bassano Standrldge Stark and Morrow. ..131 003 8 12 4 ,020 000 4 9 3 and Davidson; Ilnys, FARMER BURNS BEAT MEYERS Billings, Mont., May Burns, of Iowa, defeated Jack Meyers, of Omahi, last night In straight' falls In 26 mlnuto and ten seconds, and thirteen minutes and ten seconds. Conley and White Are Equally Favored Hides: Green, per Ib. Cured Dry Sheep pelt, each Lamb skins Shearlings Horse hides, green Hgrse hides, dry 0.08 to 0.08 to 0.0914 0.10 to 0.15 0.25 to 0.73 26-to 0.50 to 0.60 1.00. to 2.00 1.00. to 1.75 THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Frankle Mixed With Ad. Wolgast In His Training Quarter; Los Angeles, ..May' Con- ley and Jack White, who will meet at Vernon Tr day afternoon ire about equally favored by the opinion of the Little jottliiE his rcen rpponjp.1 on t-hp suit of their'20-ronnd'contest. Both boys entertained big crowds heir training camps yesterday. Frai kie went torn fist rounds with Ac Volgast and managed to take eb- bing the lightweight champion sen his .-way without being ruffled. White at Venice boxed sever 'Unds and worked three hours in th gymnasium. Both appeared in client shape. Winnipeg, May 9. The opening'antl closing prices in the grain markets to day were Close May, old 104% "Mai 104 8 1 04k Julj lOfi lOf October 100 90 Mav July Flax- Mi) July 40 50 rt" OWEN MORAN MATCHED WITH CHARLEY WHITE New Yoik Ma; heri announced today the matching d Owen Moran, the ami Charley White, of Chicago" The men will meet in' a ten-round bout in Syrn cuse May 20 SHORT HITS Playing first bane must agree mth Lanj Lajole The Nap star Is lead ing the American League batfera. "Dig left Tesrean the nondciotis of the National league is suiclj mak youth now with champion Olnnta. init cooJ with the McGraw clau. "Jeff1 real 3 to and has speed and Dan Brown, an outfielder, has been released -by 'the New York Americans to the -Bridgeport Connecticut Lea. gue team. Not much chance {or the Highland ers to sta-rt anything with Chase, Cree and Welter on the hospital list at tho same time. Hlckoij Johnson the demon slug ger of the Three-I League, has been sold to Omaha bj1 the'St.'Louis 'Card- inals. The Detroit team copped twenty of the first twenty-two games last sea- son. .Nothing Ilko that In the Tiger family this year. making the beat show ing In the New York State league will be presented with an automobile at the close of the season. According to a Chicago scribe, Ed. Walsh, of the While Sox, has :pltcheil 50.shutout gomes since he broke into the American league. Cash Prices No No No. Northern. No Northern No. 4 No. o Jvo Feed Oats- No. 2 C. W. No. 3 C. W. Ex. No. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed No. 2 Feed No. 3 No. 4 Rejected Feed SO 44'. 197V C J 101% 1 S9 Miy lull September "Haj July September Minneapolis Wheat Open Chicago Wheat Open us 114% 109S 16 nr, Close 116 316% 108 '8 Close 118 I14y 109r, THE QUEBEC NOMINATIONS Quebec, May closed ,t noon today throughout the nee for tho.pTovincial general election vhich will he held on Wednesday 15 There were hardlj any uipr'ses in nearlj Instince tho loiniuation going as-previously indi- atod, either by convention choice, or jthenvlse. RENCH FORCES ARE TO BE STRENGTHENED Paris, May to threaten- ng conditions in Morocco, the French overhment: has decided lo send sey n battalions ot infantry ns well as xtra batteries of artillery to that ountrs battalions of native enegal Infan-try now are being mobil- zed at Dakar, in Sengeal, and these III reach Casabanca, Morocco, June Oth. Those reinforcements will give en: Molner n force of thirty thous nd men with another eleven thousand pread out olonu tho of Al- erla. Publicity mokes lallty brings fame. is both liotcil iiiid famous. product nolfid ;