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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta fHI LCTHiRIDOE DAILY HiHALD, MONDAY, AUGUST 2, IMM. THE LATEST CREATION FOR SUMMER WEAR. ALL THE COMFORTS OF A TURN DOWN EFFECT. "Anchor" Sfartte. ma" Irand Me. BY LCACiNG MAOCVr TOOKC MOHTHKAU MAMUFACTUmiW Of COLLARS, KlECICWKAH AND IMPORTERS OF FOOTBALL TONIGHT The Foresters uiitl Sous of will conic- together again tonight on the square. This shouM be a very interesting game, the A. O. F. are p.utting out a good teom, while the S. 0. K will have the team that has boon doing- such good work all through the season. Kick off 7 sharp. Referee, Mr. Tabruin. The spectators are requested to as- sist the linesmen as milch possible liy keeping outside the line, and not encroaching twenty or thirty feet on the Jiold of play as is usually the If each person will keep out- side everybody- will be able to see all the game, and the players and linesman will be given a fuir show. KERR TOO SLOW SPORTS AND AMUSEMENTS BADLY BEATEN AT MOOSE JAW London. Kng., Aug. defeated Bobby Kerr. tiie Canadian sprinter, in the 100 yards dash at Belfast yesterday. The time was 10 '.seconds flat. Lethbridge Had An Off Day and Was an Easy Victim BASEBALL RESULTS 0. Moos-- Jaw, July Robins got back at the Minc-rs tonight shutt- ing them out with a score of Lezir pitched but was weak, being easy to hit. fielding was soiijt-thirifr awful. Anderson m.tde two errors vn first ..in the, second .so tlic manager took his place. H> was no better. The game was call the si-ventli wlu-n Moosr- Jaw ;uc only two men out. "HALT" SAID CUPID AND HE HALTED Gibson, Ohio, July Gerty McClodky smiled as she hand- ed Geo. Kuepper, long distance walker, a second cup of coffee at breakfast. "Well, I've got to said And Gerty smiled. "liut i must I've walked 500 mile.s. 1 have to walk more i and I Gerty smiled. j "I'd like tu stop right .said i Kuepper. "I like this old farm j house, and you people have been very j hospitable, letting me stop over night i and giving me such a good supper [and 1 have to go I now." 1 And still smiled. i "Oh, well darn it. I'll stop j arjoth'T day, if you'll let inc. The rest will do me good." i This time the smile was M> be.'un- i ing and sunshiny, that right away Jaw JG'Hayer Jb. j Taylor 2b. I Williams, c.f. i Walters s.s. j-Ward c. Godfrey l.f. Ohn.stead 3b. Anthony r.f. I GilchrUt p. AB R H-PO.A E 2 1 2 2 1 2 1 1 34 13 1-2 21 Corrjgan c.f Corrigan r.f. ,aml ib. 1 Anderson Ib. and r.i. 3 3 jCox, If. Lynch c. Bell' g.s. i Chick 2b. i McGerry, Lt-aie p. 1 0 3b. 3 3 2 22 0 0 0 n 0 0 0 1 0 1 Ollfl Stead; 1 1 2 0 LOUIS MIDGET THIRD BASEMAN. Sensational Fielding Makes Him An Idle Of the Fans Who See His Work If Koger Bresnuhan omitted to give j St. Louis last year and less like the Summary: Stolen" bas ii-bnse hit, Anthony, bases "7i balls, off Lezie Off 'Gilchrist 4; struck out, by Lezie 5, by'Gil- Christ 3; hit by ball, Jack Corrigan; passed balls, Lynch 3; left on bases! -Moose Jaw 6, Miners 6; time of L40; Umpire Shuster. Score by innings: Moose Jaw 060 061 Lethbridge 000 000 0-o "Bobby" Byrne an extra helping of bacon, "and two chunks of ice cream instead of one when he ate his post- game dinner last evening, the over- sight must have been the result of the elation which the St. Louis man- ager had inculcated when his team won a sixteen innings game from the G-iants, There were eight other players than Byrne on the St. Louis team who j }ookod ffood played baseball that was befrilled j some of a clan of demons. That play, in which the triple play i-ould have come oil and didn't, was a, fair sample of his excellent work in the field and the luck of the Giants when they tried to smash him to earth. Men were on second and third. Dev- lin hit the ball like. a shot past third It was on the inside of Byrne to go to the j way he' squirmed j SUMMERS KNOCKED BRITT OUT IN THE NINTH London, July the Summers Britt fig-tit, Britt who was somewhat fat and slow, was outclassed from the beginning- and was knocked Out in the ninth, round. He was knocked down in the second round and took, the count of seven, but came back fresh in the" third round. Summers had the advantage in the succeeding rounds and when the gong rang for National At St. 2; St. Louis 3. At Chicago 1; Philadelphia At Cincinnati 1; Brooklyn 0. Game stopped in eighth inning, rain. At Pi its Pinsburg 0; New York 4. American AT Game- Philadelphia 1; OleveUimt 3. Second Philadelphia 4; Cleveland 3. At Washington 0; Chicago J. Second Washington 0-; Chicago 4. At New i) tn.ii -2: New.Turk 7. Second D.-tjviit 7; N.'-w York 4. Eastern A! Buffalo 12; Newark i. Sreond iiufjalo 8; Newark 7. At Jersey City 4 Second Rochester 6; Jersey Ciry J. At 2: Muntr.-al .'J. At Prnvirlpnce Toronto 7. Northwestern At S.'-attL- 6; Tacoma 2. At Aberdeen 0; Spokane At in Porrland 3; Vancouver 0. Western Canada At Game- Calgary........ 020 000 5 3 Brandon .......000 010 G 1 jtne young walker's heart gave fun- i Butteries: Cri.st and Sheehon r'i" linle jumps, kind of ticklish-likf. j .Woods, Aiorrell and Sti ijrle. TJ pi re, Grimes. Second Calgary 100 002 13 Brandon Batteries: Grin i- M He. Your Palm Read 5k. Past, Present and Future REDUCED PRICES FOR 3 DAYS ONLY As a matter of advertise- ment, MADAME MAR, The famous ist, will read your palm for the small fee of ,50c. COME NOW, DON'T OEUf Find out what the future has in store for you. Madame Delinar guaran- tees to reveal every in- cident of your life, past, present and future. Office hours, 10 a m. to 9 p.m. Room No. 1, Shepard Block, NEXT TO ALEXANDRA CAFE 4 4AA. "You he suid, and it was the man who smiled this time, "one j condition of my wager was that I i 0 should meet some girl on'my walk, j ..'___000 000 4 4 one J'd never seen before, and marry Parkes and Sheehau; jher-" Morre.ll and ,Stingle. Umpire Grim-j This and the ninth he attacked Britt furiously raining blows upOn his lace. The American was worn down andjand finally dropped flat OQ his and was counted out. and embroidered on both sides, but j threw himself this young man Byrne, wfio isn't wider than a-national bank check nor thicker than a polka dotted buck- wheat cake, at various times beat the Giants out of all that they tried to earn. In sixteen innings he had caught the over to star- pirouetted on one toe, balanc- Jod himself, on the rim of his ear, stuck out his hand further that he ever reached before in his life, even when he was hooking cookies from big jar in the cupboard, and Murray was half which retired two. and as O'Hara was two-thirds of the -way from Sec- chances at third base. He grabbed j way home with crack 'of the ball them all, and blessed if there was Jon the bat. There was no reason an easy one among them, with thy why he should not have been. That possi-ble exception of une foul liy for is, no 'reason except Byrne. The Ut- which he had. to dog-trot a little oe- -tie third baseman touched third fore he could lay his hands on it. This is what he did- He prevented the Giants from obtaining a start at BasevilJe to Third Baseboro, all various times. Devlin, Murray and j he had to do was to make a perfect Tenney, among other oi our young, throw to second for a triple. But lucu, turned the ball loose in his di- itha fever of being the biggest thing rection .with more vigor than polite- on the baseball field had overcome ness, Byrne faced hot shot without Uu'ni and he arched the ball high in turning a hair or shifting has feet. the air over Charles' head. O'Hara There was another .exhibition the went, back to second and then he slip other day, when the Giants poured a over to third, having time to fire of canister into Barboau until i make the base on the error one would have thought that he Perhaps he Was Tired INDIANS WINNING AGAIN Montreal, Que., July -Na- tionals lost to the Indians by a score of 4 to 3. The attendance numbered The teams were evenly matched in the first quarters. The Tecumsehs were handicapped by tiie absence of Charlie Querrie j from the game. At Winnipeg 100 021 Edmonton Batteries: Collins Andf-r.sf-n Sterling and Gragion. At Medicine Hat 100 000 egina.............. 000 00] Batteries: Campbell, Dunn and Davidson; Goldrich, Spor.-r and Gardner. Umpire Duff. Second j Medicine Hat 6; Regina 0. j Batteries: Nelson and Jfeideniehr, Farrell and Gardm-r. 1 Umpire Duff. i SUNDAY BASEBALL National At St. j Boston 10; St. Louis 4. At Ganif Chicago 3; Philadelphia 0. Second time Gerty blushed a little retreated to the kitchen. The has always been the result- when the right girl smil- ed, then blushed? Gt-o. Kuepper Bicycles are rapidly corning back into popular favor, the demand this year being five times what it was five years ago. We have planned for it in two getting the very best Eng- lish wheel we can for popular selling, and saving to our customers all intermediate pro- tits by filling orders direct dy mail instead of through agents. In this way we can offer Wheels for and give better satisfaction all round. The quality of the wheels is all right only the best materials used and only skilled mechanics employed in construction. The equipment is right up-to-date and the- machines throughout are such as we can thoroughly recommend. We sell automo- biles well as bicycles .and our plan is wheels serve as a good ndvertisement to :he entire business. Send for illustrated folder. m'SLOP BROS., Limited ami Bicycles TORONTO, ONT. CORNWALL DEFEATED CAPS J Cornwall, Ont., July 000 000 UJejl Jxuepperi 'stayed two days, then three, the Capitals in a la- which he forgot all about long walks i crossc game here todav' Only about iMid rich and he decided and j Gerty decided that happiness at'once j was dearer than all the two ahou- and in the world. So, of course they were married, i And the Shamrock Athletic club of I Chicago got a wire .saying all bet.s we.re off. attended The Corntralls were" without the services of the veteran John White, whose nose broken in the Sham- rock match in Montreal1 a week ago. HIGH RIVER TEAM HAS A KICK Lacrosse Club Was Very Badly Used at Calgary High River. A Ha., Aug. IN HONOR OF PULLIAM Chicago, Aug. games in the American league scheduled for to- morrow will be postponed because of the funeral of Harry C. Pnlliam, the late president, of the National League, according to announcement made todav bv President B. B. John- LETHBRIDGE-BRANDON To Play Here Each Fair Day of sou. much persuasion by the the Calgary Lacrosse team! SHRUBB BEAT LONGBOAT Chicago 7; Philadelphia 6. At Gajne- 2; Brooklyn 3. Second Cincinnati 3; Brooklyn J. [he Kino Edward had deserted him. and escape unscathed. while it lasted no one need m ke He made stops thafoa ordinary days :uny bones of saying that Byrne would have been out of the question about as lively a sprite as has piav for. him to make. He blocked balls ;ed around third this year that 'would have taken him to the ifs" rather queer that 'two of the fence along with them if he hadn't s best exhibitions by third basemen been just in the humor to stop any- the Giants this year should thing ..'in .the .universe except a stray :havc heen ffiVCfl by UVQ of ost third basemen in Most njanajrors like to have tall third nion because they get more of the line hits that shoot to left than the little follows. York hammered Barbeau until THF NFW OPCTAITO 4 "irfw i .r-iiyi'v.n cornel. Froni One Thing to Another When he had satisjiwl himself in preventing the Giants from making a Mart he began another policy. Ho wouldn't let them continue after they got started, and again he began to turn down .the hot shot. Devlin. and Tenney poured ii. but. Byrne, dug his toes into the clay ami defied the whole Xew York team to put him out of business. He kept this up for u while in tho second-game, making one of the most, glorious catohos that, have been .seen in the 'history of the Polo Ground. Tf he had thrown accurately he had an easy triple play in his grasp, hut the last effort v.-as too much for him, I his shins sore that he couJd- luce up his stockings and they iguve Byrne almost as vigorous a re- ception, although it must be admit- ted that thcv did not assail His un- derpinning as thoy did "that of the Pitts-burg third baseman. I-farmon pitr-hed great ball against the Giants, hut don't forget for moment to give credit, to the diminu- tive Byrne for the part tliat he play- ftf in the game as an obstructionist. If he permitted the Giants on Midr way two or three times when Is Now Open i i in urn i vi ill in, (jt; erxl from then tmtil the end of the i Bombshells Hying at him hand- second game he played more like the York never would have hud Byrne who ornamented the bag for lo S'ftoen innings. The cook here is good enough to prepare King Edward's dishes Round Street Between Auction Marl and Pioneer Lumber Yard mem- of- the Calgary Lacrosse i thtt High River twini wr're induced j to play an rxhibition in Cal- gary jmd were defeated by a score of 10 to 4. Up to half time j the gnrae wa.< fast and clean and both teams werfc playing good la- crosse. The n tie, It i dawned upon the would be- chaileng- j for the Minto Cup that thoy- would have to win nut at all costs and tht-y at startt-d to beat up -Hiirh Fights jsaultsS and mix-ups I and although the referee, Dinny Ma- jdill, kt-pi sending Calgary men to the fvnce. the rough work continued. Melross, McDonnell and Sewell save a fine exhibition of tho ganii.: as j pugs should it. The game was a di.s- grace to any town and they branded j tfiemselves ,as the clieapest sports in the Province when they refused to come througli with the guarantee I f'.T tin' High River train's I'Xjx-use.s. I It i.s safe betting to sav that I High Rivi-r team will not play in j Calgary again in thc. next ten years. Toronto. Aug. heat Long boat in a 15 mile race Uisi night at Scarboro beach before people, at the end of the first mile Shrubb led by 50 yards and increased his lead Longboat, had to quit ar 7 3-4 milus and Shrubb finished "lone in tlie fast time of 2-5. WILL TOUR The lOdmonton .Tourna.1 is author- ity for the .siiiteroent that the la- crosse club of thc capital will make a southern tour, playing Calgary, K Arrangements have been lc made to transfer the ball t gatMfts which were to have c been played in Brandon so c that they will be played at c Lethbridge during the Fair. Morning games will be play- ed on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, well as oven- in? games. The following telegram with- reference'to these games has been received from Secretary Lamb of the Westen Canada League: "Winnipeg, Man., Aug. Brandon nirreed to transfer whole .series, teams leave Saturday, seventh, play Leth- bridgf, Monday and balance week, thus not losing a day. (Signed) J. M. Lamb." I-righ liiver. Banff and possibly Leth- bridge. The trip is to be made early in August. HITTING THE BALL HARD Not very neat but it is an attitude adopted by many of the great batters when they wish to hit sure and hard GOOD RACES AT CANADIAN HENLEY! j St. Catharines, July j crowds attended the annual meet of the Canadian Henley held here to- jday- Many close ami exciting races j gave an excellent day's sport. The final in the intermediate sin- i gles was won by .laches, who do- ('owgrovc hy four feet. In the first heat of the junior fours Argonauts were first with Ottawa -second. Thc same teams wcro in tho same positions at the dose of the senior eights. j Shepherd and Fusst-1. of Har- lem club, Xew Vork, won ?he. senior i doubles. The finals of the junior! i fours were won by the Don.s from the. j jArgos. The Ottawo.s won the inter- i j mediate fours by rt bure length in best race of the day. j In a most sensational rad1 ;hr {troits won the senior oighis final, i I The final of the senior singles re.-! J j suited in a for Cosgrovo. Ot- i j tawa won fours. the fmal of the senior SHORT ;