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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTF LRTTTTmTDflE DAILYnEBAT.n Monday, May Ait, ALL THI LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOST-EVENTS WOLGAST HAD HIS HANDS FULL Chtmpion Lucky in One Round; Which Saved Him From DefeSt RITCHIE WAS AFRAID Bill Gave Wolgast Clpse a Nbvice is Ritchie. San Francisco, Slay 1! ioitunate drives in the third round iared lightweight cliimplfin Ad, from an advene neiSpn- pef declilon in his toar-folind bout .wlih Willie .Ritchie here .Inithe other three rouhds Rltcihi; the, fighting lo Wolgast aiid the champion .was bleeding 'profusely at the finish from cuts oh the face irioulh, although Hlkhle 'was. unscathed.. Sporting draw liUchie' wont to tie mat. twice in ttt! third. sending home a ilab that clipped his oppon- ent'very cleanly eacli time.. Th.e first feet on ths ,but the second time he took LEADR OF CINCINNATI RED STOCKINGS .HENRY O'DAY Henty'or Ifanlc O'Day. the n'eiv man- ;er of. the Giucltinatl .the the' count Ritchie fought doggedly .baseball worldJgaplug at the way his during the closing session, landing I chargel are performing In the Nation- al league this season Hank -with, his red-hosed poys'.ls.lighting out with Sic-. left and right swings to tho head re- peatedly, but his .'blows lacked suf- Jceiji steam io check the .vicious on- .'nf tha fighting itrettglii'it the finish; Protect! Body Carefully -The Bght' did show clearly or not suffered nuyj ili effects Iront'-hls operatlon'fbr appendicitis performed Thanksgiving dny last. While ue said after the fight tfcjl he teas not distressed It was" noticed -Uint ho guarded his body can fully and winced several.times, when sent; home body blows. Th( general opinion .of fight fans, was thai elthor. Woigast had not extended him- self at that the operation Hid left Its mark: In judgment of distance" and swift long-ranging fighting he wai clearly outpointed by ly ineiperlenced who grad- uated from the.. amateur ranks only eight .mpqtha ago. still hu the .punch. HisHong left drive was set on a hair trigger spring, and shot 'out.with the same old lightning apeecL But rttj-el; .did he lage the distance correctly, and time and again his swift 'fell barely short of their mark. Ritchie Had Stage Ttltchie. suffered from stage fright :_ lie fnnght failed to follow 'up good openings, seemingly Unable to realize the or the blows which, he was landing on the face and head. In the lecoiiu round he staggered Woiga'st with a swift, clean blow lo the which left iM champion tottering for nn "instant. This .time Ritchie foljov' ed up his adVahtafe and lau'ded'a bat- tery of swlfi right and left punches .to the'.law. -was on Its feet .'In an Instant In .a' din of cheer-, jhg and when'the gong gent the men to. their corners, Wolgaat'a contorted thai he ftghtlng on the deleniiye. The third round was ranee lighting, and Wolgait ripped out mur- derous Ehort-arm hooks which'at the cloEe kept Ritchie stepping warily, at a'Mffer distance. Laat pound it Ritchle'a The cjoiihj; founfl clearly Ril- rhle'i, He ihowcd remarkable eklll in clodilui anil forcing the iiiio a corner, lajliliiig .two joltlnr rllht.i to the jaw.- Blood was streaJMhg. from the champion's bat- tered llpi when the gong rang. "Rlichie ill game1 and .clel'er said Wolgast on the to his dreeelrig foohl: "I do not suffer from, the operation, but 1 felt a In my: groin when. I fell over. Bltcliie in tint-round, .and I wanted lo be careful. As ll a no-dedslon Bght I thought II best not to eilend' my- Woljaat and his rnanaeer Tom Jones, left tonight for St. Joseph, Jlo.' Where Wolgast will engage In a num- ber of short bouts. BASEBALL IN THE BIG LEAGUED Alt IS READY INITIAL SET-TO Threw Pop Bottles at the Umpire In ono of'I ho wildest puncs over .played In Iho New York Aincrlciinlsli guo'pni-k, Do'li-oK defeated Now .York 3 lo Attoi- Qiilnn niul Slve'M. tad been put out of live gimo, jion bottles nn glasses wore thrown at Umpire1 O'Louglillu. SpocIiU policemen 'escorted th umpire out'of tho after (he fume whllo.botllos ami olhoi' inlnalles wot- hurled ill him. Waller Johnson's pitching .enabled Washington to Dmnk Cleveland Su urday. Eleven of Davis' men fanned uiid none roiichcjr.seconu. Chicago won Saturday's Kami; by n'badliiK rally lii Ihb ninth lulling whlc! netted seven runs, Cleveland defeated Washington Sunday and mado an oven break In th uorcoiitago column. 'A In the National Now York Is but a mere nine points .ahead of ClnclnnftU todny. Th O'lauls won Saturday and llio Keds dldn'fphiy but the JatteiMnado this goot playing a Sunday fixture and t'he-fonnor M'eru Idle. TUe standings are corrected up to date nnd hi accordance with Anierlcai exchanges. ,J Results of Games American. 9-5 Chicago Chicago 000 100 9 12 Philadelphia 001 200 59 Lango ami Block; Plaulc nnd Lnpp. 8-1 Boston St. Louis 000 000 1 S I Boston 143 000 S 0 Bro-.vn and Kritchcll: Wood and Nil namker. 9-5-Detroit 000 001 9 13 4 New'York TOO 000 6 S 2 Dubuc and Stanage; Ford and ilre-et. 2-0 Washington Cleveland 000 000 0 2 .2 Taahinston 000 002 2. S 1 .Mitchell and Easterly: Johnson and Liusniith. SUNDAY GAMES 6-1 Cleveland Cleveland 000 105 fi Vnshinglon 100 000 191 Kahlcr and.Easterly; Akers, Bcck- and "VVIllinn'.j Tow York hicngo National 10-3 New York r- 100 ilO .000 000 3 Graws New York. Giants at the top of-the ladder artct" leading the way for a goodly' period. What a. shock Philadelphia it would be to" the dope experts if old grlzztly Hank..should cop.the .Nffitional league pennaut. Marquard and Richie and .rcher. 8-0 Pittsburg EnglishSoccerTeam Not Coming to Canada London May iNeivcnstle United ClutJV proposed tour oE Canada La's been-abandoned owliig.to the Can-1 club's, not being affiliated iyith 'federation1. Cn.na.dr iang also-put themselves In wrpnj: by plowing ths CorinthJans nhjch bars them fr'ouiSraeotlng prufesslonals. Wood Breaking the 15 Mile Record at Long Island S.S. Athletic League Have Arranged Fixture Iii preparatiprrfor activities.Jn .con- neclion with-the, Sunday Schoo] Ath- the married and single men ol Westminster.aotoal will jplay a inritcli on Tuesday night .on mlnater gTOuhda, the game to be cull- ed at 7 o'clock.; Slnim iaa liis old bachelora lined up hut the composition of Flic benedicts team Is DGlhfc kept alBecret.r TheVmarried nisn Bra expected to, line up quite u biinch of kickers, arid It will he no millinery .bill, kick, vcither. A big rtioieTB'IB expected to cheer both aldea. 'There ra' rid admission fee. BRESNAHAN- v DEFIES PHYSICIANS Si, Loiile, 31 ay lian, 'tbtiriager of .the" St. Louis Carilln- ols, -who lias been laid., up wlf.li a threatened attack ol. pneumonia forTSt. Paul Pittsbnrs and' 000 000 0 S. 1 S IS. 3 Graham; Adams and Standings Today American Boston Washington Philadelphia Clovoluiid Detroit..... St.'Louis York IV. 17 12 10 10 11 L. Pet .773 .GOO .578 .526 .479 .300 .232 New. York Jlnoinnati Ub.lc.igD Pittsburg Boston Bi'ooklyr, Philadelphia St. Louig W. 17 1C 10 II .509 .800 .476 .474 .400 .3M .353 .333 WESTERN CAN. LEAGUE Oalgnry 'dmoiitou lild Deer laesauo The Standing -SOO .750 .250 .200 Brooklyn' nhd'-Clucinuati, postponed, SUtfUAY GAMES Louis Boston 000 000 3 G 2 St. Louis 000-001 4 C ;1 "Willis, Laudermllk, and Bllas; Ty- ler. Dichson and KUng. Brccklyn 202 CiriclnnRtl 003 OG..' I 4 ll '0 Hucker, Burger nnd Plielps; Suggs and -McLean. New York rain. Association Minneapolis 11 St Paul 4 D 2 Patterson and Owens; Karger and Klock. jniwaulice and Kansas poned Louisville 2 5-2 Jndianapolla Called iu sixth Inning. Rowan and Madden: Merz and Clarke. Toledo 2 1 Liebhardt and Smith; Swann and Curtecb: i. SUNDAY GAMES Minneapolis several days'Is out of' bed today Jn open deflarjce-ol his .fidgeting over the steady trounclnga Cardinals nave been suffering .and declarea.he wilt manage-the.team bench until he Is able to play.again. The doctors declare hlg action JH oiia and foolhardy, FOX-HUNTING FOR GERMANY London Jl V pack of ox hounds sent, from England lliJE to Potsdam for.the German Erapcror who: hhs decided .to Intro- diice fox-hunting into .hia dpniain ENGLISH ROWERS FOR THE REGATTA OlmBtefld and.Block. Kanaas City Milwaukee Powell and O'Connor; and Marshall. All other giimes. rain. 2 7.. 1 1 '.G- 0 Owens Dccanniere 7 JO 2 S Nicholson Eskimos Took Both Edmonton, May won joth gomes of a double header Red'peer on Salurday, -first by score of 13 to S, nnd the second .by the score S to 7. In the afternoon, Clay- ton, In the box for a.good game -excent In tUe flftU inn- when he was heirvlly touched up. Baclieldor, IFurley's ted out of the bos in the third, arid .replaced by Daniels. Score Kdraonton 42-1 100 14] 4 Red Deer 001 141 8 12 1 Clayton and "Weinholt; Dahfels and Bliss The feature 'oil the evening game hdriie nins uy Edmonton's .calafrer "Weinholt, and'one by pitcher vedeemetl lila'wild heaving In the early part of Lhe gnmc by cracking-out the hoiiier-that won the game for team iii .the s enth inning.- Score: Edmonton -.014 000 8 11 Re'd 13 .1 Ford an-d Weinbolt; Dunn ririfl Bliss MARKETS Winners of Big Football Match Tomorrow Njght Hard to Pick Bronchoi Won Two Calgary, May. BTonctioa took both ends of Saturday's doubly lieader from 'the "Bssaano b'ooaterg by scores' which were more like crlckci than baseball- The firsL game waa a record, for; the league. The figures id 21 in i? at M e second game, waa 12 to G.: Both games were awatfesls. in 'which every pitcher" oh each team was batted with impartial- ity. Score first 'game BaEsano -.105 200 Calgary 327 201 Wedig. Murkle.. Co.v ai-.d Stark; Gel- iNOLfSM CBICKSt London, ,JIay. following crlpket iinics finished Saturday. York- shire heat Leicestershire by nine ulcl ots; HaMriinlre Ijest Sornerpelslilre bv S02 runs J ..Another; .important chapter wu added" tb the KHtorj' of record break- Inf JthletlCB at Celtic Park, Long Is- land, when. Alfred B. Woods, of Bng- ran the fastest fifteen miles ever recorded either In an amateur, or fetBlbnal ..race. V The Englishman placed the record at a figure. Uiat'by comparison Hhould withstand many years. His lime IhylSin. 15s., was nearly two minutes faster than ihe old mark, es- tabltahed In 1902 by CharlesiAppleby when the latter defeated. Alfred Shrub'b it Oliigow in Ih. S-5 SPECIFIC DAYS FOR THE USE Of BARRACKS GROUND ARRANGED A mwtlng was held !n the T M C A parlon Saturday efening to ar- let n systtmatlc use 6f thf urounds b> tho various athletic kodlcs of tho city The following nrji adopted SOX football club, Thuredaji School hors FrMars, Y M kaMball, A Mothall, Saturdays, T. M. C. A. WedpeidajV Eiigland will enter, three, crews in the An :elght will be formeil by: the Lctvmter Club, a fonr by. the Thames .-Rowing Club, and W. D. Klniioar, holder of the diamond acwlls, event. l cotilest in' single :Bcnlllng AUSTRALIA OFF TO SWEDEN The Australian swimmers and sen- ior clght-oaTed shell crow, which will row In the Olympic regatta nt stoi-k holm, arc on thdr.'way to Sweden. The swimmers Include LoiiKworth, Cecil hcaly and Harold Hardwick, nnd another expert. BULLETINS SUNbAY SCHOOL ATHLETICS will bo'a meeting oj Iho Sun- day School Athletic.league In the Y M. C. A. this tvcnlnj at.S o'clock. All reprcientallvM are urtently .requested to attend. International Eu'falo S 1" i Providence S'..G 3 Dame called, darkness Mauneell, Strouci "Sline and Eackendorf. Rochester 7 li 1 Newark..... 3 8 1 Hushes and Lee ;and fcnsmanh aud Smith: Ualtimcro 10 1 Toronto i. .8: 0 Smith, Dygort. ancl Max- and .Fisher. le Cilj 414 Montreal....... .'0 5' I MfiBOn, Cadorc and Carroll Tfiylor and rtolh. SUNDAY GAMES Jersey City ..12 .8 4 13 1.7. Juslls, .Cadore and Wells' aild Son- deau; iUaftern.... llarbcrlch, .Avereit and Roth and Curtis v Hot-hester S 11 Ne% nrk 6 Holmes ami ..TachlltBclr, JlcOInhlt Bank-all, Hdlmea and jVorllnvcstcni Vancouver Spokane Gorvals and Lcivls Osldick. Victoria Portland Kaufman and Meek Harris. Ten Innings Tacoma Seattle CJadcau t J 8 1 nhtl 2 8 16 2 Easily and Hall. and. Lalomle; Ing. James and MTI "Uejers Meiers Brnsiine. Second game aiid Calgary 000.001 li 7 .021 1GO 11 Mills and Buustine Staudridga and S.'O.'E. >VANTS TO i PLAY OUT OF TOWN V ON VICTORIA DAY The S.'O. fl. Football club, would lik-a to..arrange an. olit- ottcwn for Mai -4th.. Write C. ,625 Ninth street South. Leth- bridge. DEFINITE LINE-UPS, FVed Oliver Back on the Contest Anticipated Tim line-up oY thu Calllos football tea'ju fot' tho binning guino of ibc City LuaRUo .tpmuri'ow at LUo Uiill park Ijiia bccn'cuoacn afi follows: Mclntyre; paniierinan and Boston; Glen, Whyte mid Dreaiian; Oliver. Llnning, vClcniinen'jo'nj -and MdMurtrlc. _ Hxitton, ColUov, Knight aiid Andoraon. Teliimnt. Pluvers are ilrgod to In the dress !ng Toom'not Inter tlmn fi.15 in order tliat the Ulck-bR inhy be prompt at 0.30. Writing this afternoon, our football QorrpspondBct, soye: have imdoubtoclly choseu a strong tcnni for first .encounter, evidently ih- eud to iiiake.a-hard fight for the hoii- r of gaining iholilUlni'vlclory. of Lhe sciisou. '.Every faii .will ho glftd to v'elcorrie .F'i'ed Oliver the plciy- ne field-ftgaln, for besides being ef- la a player 10 vatab.t'H Is siBnificiintalmt the Col-' lea "have.''a uijtriber of reserves to all back oil, ,lljoilld' any of the flrst- levca iiud this, Ihe lutur give us-'ot heir very night, and grent game shodld enaiie. Predict- ill oor aud th-e old .wish is, I hink, s 111 1, mi I to in order: A fair and no.favor, and may the ties! enm win.'.'- i' Tht S..O. E. As al-ready anticipated In the Her- ld, the official line-up of the English, earn' asairis't- the. Callies. tomorrow venihg witl hs as follows: nnd Firth; WilleLts, Fairbrother, Ash, nan, Holbcrton iin-d A. Oiirr. The etoiiml will be'in good shape, en Jiaving been engaged ;-today in clearing ;it .up after Parker's Shows had dVpartod. LETHBRIDQE MARKETS Ciiiirornlu strnwbuvrloB lior [ilut box innybo-hud In tHo-'locnl atores'loday. 'Fresh peas.ln.tlin pod nre ilocllnlug In price, and uro now sell lug nt 20 cents pcrr pound, 'llndlslios are pricsd at thro'o biiiidlea 'for 25 Mills, while cucumbers brlng-llie hlgli jirlcn of cunts to 25. cculs oach. Sonic locnl heiHl lottlice ut 5 conUs may bo lind. tile hot-house variety., sllll ronllzcs AO cents per jibund. Green onions arc becoming more plea- t.iOil, .allhoush Bllll Belling at 3 bunch- es for. 25 cents. i No. 1 Northern...... No. 2 Is'oi'tllcril 0.81! No. 3 Q_7g No. 4........... i. ..'___ Q7o No.'O No.'..I Albprtll Red No. 2 Alberta Red No. 3 Alborta Hcd No. -I Alberta Red Mo. H Jfo. C Alberto Hod Barley, No.'3 Unrloy, No. 4 Bran, per ton Shorts, per Ion O.TS 0.77 0.7.1 0.51 0.40 413.00 Onts, per ton, sacked 28.00 Rolled oats 29.00 Butter and butter 0.40 Orcaniery butter .40 to .50 EffoS, fresh 0.30 Potatoes, per ewt! i.3li to 2.00 Potatoes, per Ion .1 27.00 to, 3S.OO per Ib ____ 0.214 Carrots, per ]b. 0.2y. .0.1% O.OI1-. 0.13 -0.0314 b.5% O.OG. turnips, per Ib. Cabbage, per Ib. Celery, per pound arHnlps, per .p nlrJns, per Ib .pound Cattle oil the Hoof: Steers, per pound Cow, per pound....... Dressed, per pound Sheep: e, per cwt. .1..... Dressed, per Hoos: Dressed, per Ib. Live, per cwt. Poultry: Geese, live turkeys Fowl......... Ducks Hay: Cultivated h'ay In bulk Hides: Green, per Ib. Dry.............. Sheep pelt, etch Lamb skins i. Shearlings Horse hides, crceD Horge hides.'dry 5.00 11.00 .6.12 0.09 i 0.32 0.13 .16.00 o.oa 0.10 .to.i.ln to-0.76 OiSO lo 0.60 1.00 to 2.00 lo 1.7S AT THE BUTTS 'GOOD TURN-CJUT SATURDAY Thei rifle asiobjntion isJncreHlng. judging. tram the large turn olit; of at the tai-gets'last Saturday- afternoon' when twcuty-one riflemen" shot in- Hie 200. yards match. There wosl- abujidantie oE enthusiasm and some very. cVeditfibie sliootl-ng was doiio'.. In'spe'cLor. West of tile Mounted Police hfliJ four' of. hls.msn at the ranee last to raiae the firing point at the'600 yards. -The refills ot the' shooting. last. Saturday would have bceii cbnsIderably-JmijroYcd but for a freakish .lylpd-.whlcb" swept the range while shooting was taking place-oirt'he COO'; yards butts. In '-the 200 yards slipcit. irtlllani. Emery with a-.score of 31 a won a apecial prize OF a watch fobi JFr. Emery, made. 'our liulls, two ant) a mhgr.'e, whlch'la :yery good shooting Indeed. will.- be .further -shooting on Wedriesfljiy- afternoon.', nnd evening. The 'scores .on .t.hls'.occasion were; 200 VardV W. Eniei'y T. W. Qreen S.Stanford ....21 F. Bryans 27 P. J. Wehb ....20. Ri ScrKt.'Wr.ssey 19 B. 13: :.7.oiles .20 0: Hale .19 S.-J.BChIverall.26 -plOli'yer IS L. Asquith ...24 W.JBronil'mi H-.-Macledd H. Donaldson W.'Clarlte MONDAY'S .GRAIN Wlnnlpeg, May open and close, wore: May, old......'. Jlay, new iOJ p 1 ,105 October..; c aiay. Ex. 'No. 1 Feed Jlay J? jlgy "_m...... .197 July .Cash Prices No. 1 Northern No. 2 Northern No. 3 Northern No. 4 NO.'D No. G Feed No. 2 C. No. 3.-C.-W. v 88% 65% CO No. i Feed No. 2 li-ced Barley- No. 3 No. '4 nejected Peed .23 ;H. W. ly.'A'ridroyaJVj'.Si.C Jpq.YircIs :Ghlvera'H "j: Webb .W. Emery .IE L. Asqiiilh, .N.T: llacieod ..18.So.-gl. JIusaoy Mlnneapoljc Wheat Open May July September ios Chicago-Wheat Open. int --I.--J--.- Complete'SupplyHocse RE-CNFQRCING SPECIALTIES Expanded- Melnl, Twisted-liars, .Triangle'Mosh, Perfcctlcn mil Herringbone Ji.eUI- Lath new idea In floor aifd roof construction Duplex.Joist Post Cspn nml Bases FANCY BRICK AND TtnRA COTTA FOR FACING Symentrcx, Symenloln. Tho successful nmke a specialty of Floor ind Wall Tile n'ni'JInrble Work. The Western Supply Equipment Co., Ltd. II2-4IH Strict, South. Phont 10M May July September 100'i J12 GLASGOW LIVESTOCK MARKET Qlasgon-, .May S. Ritchie, Inlc TB- porls a firm trade and a supply short ot .demand. P-rliej 'similar lo last week: lop-steers, SH cams: second- ary, 9 cents; scarce, prime qual- cents; lo 7 ccrttg per wclfhl. Aclvist iminedlnlc shipment. .'FEUDIST'S-' FUNEHAL .Jackson, Jia'y Iho eyus oE a hundred, men of the Calaliau faction, the body '-'at- Ed.. 'Cfllahnn, I'ciidlat arid sheriff of Breahilt cotiuly.'.wlll he laid at resl this noon In Crockotsvlllc. Wlien the his death Saturday night spread, it caused more oxc'Kiiieinent than tils .inoulliiB Irom arabmh a' wcek'ngo, wjien ntnndlnr in the 4oor of his store, ;