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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR TMItCTHBRIOGe DAILY HERALD. FRIDAY, AUGUST I, lid. Crow's Nest THE BEAUTIFUL' The Picturesque- Top o' tlie World, Silvery Lakes Singing Brook? Profusion of Forest Coloring Gigantic Mountain Peaks Trout Fishing Boating Hunting Saddle Pack Horses Horses Tt-nis .Dancing Pavilion Menagerie Ball Grounds Kxcelleni C'uisine "Buftvt Msu TITHES SU Andy Good, Prop. Rates Reasonable SPORTS BASEBALL RESULTS National .and Davidson: Heinrich ft tingle. (Second Brandon 001 000 1 Hut 00i> 1411 0 Taylor ami Stiugl- and Stanley: Dunn aixl umpire, Voss. First Game Chicago 2. Boston 1. Second Game Chicago -t. Boston 0. At PUtshurjr I. Brooklyn 4. American At New (First Game) St. Louis 0. Xew York 5. (Second Game) St. TjOUis 4, York 0. At (First Game) Philadelphia 3. Chicago 0. (Second Game) Philadelphia 0. Chirairo 1-. At (First Game) Washington -1. Cleveland 9. i Second Game) Cleveland 0. Eastern At -Jersey U-'irst Game) .Montreal S. .Jersey City 2. (Second Game) Mora real 1. .Jersey City '2. At (First Game) llochoster lialtimore S. (Second Game) I'-iiltiinon? 1. At (First Game) UuiTaio Nwark 7. Second Game) Newark -I. ButTr.io 2. Northwestern League At i At I JBdrnocton 000 000 I Rogina 002 000 3 Smith and Kelly; Sporer, GoWrich j jand Gardner; umpire. Buff. i 'JEFFRIES SAILS FOU KUKOPK New York, AUjg. u. .lames J. Jef-'j Cries, retired heavyweight chaiupiOcN I of Uu? world smiled a broad farewell j to a crowd of well-wishers that gath- j erod on the North German -Lloyd lino j pier at Hoboken today, and sailed uwtiy on tho steamship George 'Wash- ington for Europe for a -six weeks' so.iourn in Europe. The big pugilist accompanied by his wife, will go di- rect 10 Carlsbad. they will re- main for a few days taking the wa- iters. which -JetiVios says he hopes will i benefit him. -ToQYies sailed without I seeing -Tack Johnson, who is expect- led hen- .some time today, or tomor- row. Sam liergyr. manager lor Jeff- ries. will remain in the city for a few days and may talk o'-'er the details of the fight between Johnson and and Jeffries. Dishonest Association What honest man would think of associating with dis- honest companions, even for one" "Sour every day. Yet think of the men who associate with dishonest clothing for two-thirds of their lives I Be honest with well as with others. Wear clothing that is honestly that gives honest value for yottr honestly earned money. Wear "Progress Brand Clothing. MOVING 05- j VAUDEVILLE.] 1. niicF iciFS 2. Meal PtJieeBiD 3. Mibel's Beaux o N Just a Little Rocking Chair and You. The (lirace la a pretty sketch entitled Trifling Notisense CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE PRICES I5c AND 25c. T-vch-'T o: A i ;ir..-.j. Th'-ury. Harmony. COUP-: Tir'rpoin; i'lc'ushv. p'-r rt-nn. hours wvtkry. Coaching in s'.tnsrs or piani-f'.'rU1. s l'-f hour. Howard HOU.-L-, Gr.ibb St. FAIR WEEK 5ALL GAMES G.'jO p.m. in 10 a.m. p. ir. Saturday, p.m. Western At Moose ,-Moose Jaw O.-jS i' 1 f Canary '.'12 000 S 7 5 j Currif arid IJush, St-an Iridge, JGcvhan ait'i Slit-ehan; umpire. Grinips. i At i (First Gamo) 'Medicine Hat 001 01O TOIIOXTO BOY BEST CATCFIKH IX WORIJD York. Autr. Archer of the Chicago Cubs is the greatest throwing Catcher in the world, ac- cording to Manager Clark Griffith ol Cincinnati. C.ritT ha? boon "sweet" on t.he sturdy backstop for years and declares that had ho nor hivri in Mon- tana whon "Detroit asked waivers, on Archer, the catcher would never havt- peruiittod to leave the American league.. he been takon to Xew York with the Hiuhhui-ie-.s he would have b'-en widely knov.'n us one of the 'leading hii of the jiro- lession. is the 'neiie'" of the little fox. "If 1 had that fellow I'd work him every day just to him peg." said OriiT. ''and th.-rv is not anot.h-ir man in his chi.-s i: ruiMi's ro shoo't- the ball. He is faster than chain i-d and never has to take a step to get. ihe bull to any of the .Kliritf isn't in it with Ar- cher when it comes to keeping tho runners glued to the bags." It is said that ihis '-llal-foat-'d" throwing of Jimmy's which is so" mueh by many baseball men is what cost his job with De- LYCEUM TENT THEATRE Corner Glyn and Keclpath Streets Dawsou May. Manager SEVEN NIGHTS STARTING Thursday, August, 5th, 1909 The justly popular JEANNE RUSSELL Company in a repertoire of popular Comedies and dramas NEW PLAY EACH NIGHT TO-NIGHT, Aug. 6th., The thrilling Life Drama. "JESSE JAMES" A Story of th? Famous Missouri Outlaw. Most Thrilling 31 t'kxlrama ever Tailored end' Guaranteed! by H. Vlnebsrg Co. Limited, Montreal Sold a Guarantee by McKELVIE McGUIRE Tigers, i.- >ai'.i in undertaken to c-Oiu-h to ;iinw. and then because. Jaiiit-s .shcv.vi.Tl jiiviVromv for his tural sly'.e ruUw than ihut. desired by the hi-o-hav.- boss. a ivtejisv to Buf- faio followed. Archer caug-lu the final srarae of the 1907 world's series for Detroit and attracted the SATLEDAY NIGHT, Al'CiUST T The most talked-ot'drama of tlu- New a ad Speciiiitii-s Acts Same popular prices 2-lc. 50c. Toe. 1'lan ;it I Jt's ahvnvs cool in the Lyceum Teut Tho two ui'd son of Mrs. John by n rrain. About eighteen months Fyle, while playing on the railway airo the child's father was killed by a avtention of Manager i track about five miles from Hagers- train about the same t'lace durinir a Brandon 000 000 troit. .hmning-s. manager of the HAZELWOOD'S (Spokane) Recognixed fresli kinds of as the best. dav. All VEGETABLES ir. reason. Chow Sam Co 4 The New Restaurant with the Xew Manage QI en t is called It's making a im- pression NEW HILL BLOCK Union Restaurant's okl NEW FALL DRY GOODS VING D NEWEST IN DRESS GOODS AND SILKS PANAMA AND VENETIAN DRESS SKIRTS DIRECT FROM THE MAKER. VELVET CORD SuiTiNC IN RICH COLORINGS. SPECIAL VALUES IN THE STAPLE DEPARTMENT. TOWELS, TOWELING, TABLE LINEN, SHEETINGS AND PILLOW COTTONS. ChaJice at the time. His faultless. snappy throwing kej't the Cubs from j stealing and Intd them diving- to (bags each time they happened to t stroll four feet from the cushion. j Last season, when the team was go- ing cust, and on an off day, C-hance stopped over at RuffaJo to watch 'pitcher McConntiH, tl spit-ball slinger. About the fourth inning a friend i who was Chance said: what du you think of the I ex claimed Chance. "'It's j the catcljer I've been watching." The catcher was Archer, and nogo- I tiations uvn. i immediately. Several montJis later, while the peer i k-ss leader was in Cal-ifornia, he learn that Archer had arisen from a. jsicklxxt to catch McConnell on that i day, as the other backstops 'had posi- lively reiusod to bank themselves up in stopping the terrific spitters. This j convinced Chance that James is as full of grit is good at throw- i ing. vjlle, was struck and instantly killed 'snowstorm. for his purchase The Club Cafe is JnOw open to serve the best meal in the city, and service guaranteed. Give us a trial. Everything in the market Ford Street, opposite Palace Livery V. JRODGERS, Prop. ICE-CRUM from Calgarj every day at The place to get a tasty square meal. FORD STREET Next to Pott Office Block BARGAINS IN SHOES e im- olferiujr spK-iul Larjrj-iiiis in Boots Shoes for men. n ,'nu'l rluldreii. Everything in tho "Oepartmont rerluced in Girls'. worth to -92.00. Sell in? at x Boots, worth and Selling at Women's Boots, worth to S4.50. Selling- at FRUITS FRUITS Let us have your orders for Peaches and Plums for preserv- ing- Quality ;uul prices rig-ht, A. MACDONALD CO., CASH STORE RACES AT MACLEOD FAIR (Special to the Herald) ifacleod. Alia., Aug. weather and a large crowd was in attendance on the first day of the race meeting at Macleod today. The racing was good ami everything pass- ed off well. Results named ha.rne.ss race. Theodore. -T. Granum, 1st. Jessie Marsh. J. March, G-ranum, 3rd; Torn T. Lindsay, Slacleod, 3rd. won in two straight heats. Time 2.50 and 2.52. Polo pony half Duab, O'Brien. 1st: Re-d Crow. T. Jenkin- son. 2nd: GulJry. T. Heap. 3rd. Also ran Snark. Three-eighth mile E. U'olfe. Cardston. 1st; Actress, T. Cummings, Maclood. 2nd; Ivanhoe, I. Jenrcin.son. Medicine Hat 3rd Ladies' 1st: Iris. 2nrr Star, 3rd. Three-quarter Lad. A. Deste.y. Macleocl. 1st; Buckley, Taco- ma stable. 2nd: ladora, G. Leeming, Tnnisfail, 3rd. Time, 1-16 3-4. I JESSE JAMES HERE TONIGHT i Lovers of lusty, lively. lurid rnelo. j drama can have their fill at the Ly-i ceum Tent tonight for Jesse James. I his brother Frank, Bob Ford. and i the whole Quantril band will be there j in war paint and feathers, enough! guns and ammunition fo supply the' national guard, and enough red nrej for a national celebration. i The life of Jesse James was prob-j ably more picturesque, thrilling and i daring than that of any other out-j law and his tragic death n drama most interesting. Ail tho; principal events of his life from the j day his home was burned, his br i ther shot and his aged parent? ly beaten by federal troops, the or- ganization of his famous bond of j outlaws and their many raids itU j Jesse's death, at the hands of Bob' Ford and the subsequent surrender} of Frank James and his pardon by Gov. Crittendcn, are all vividly por- trayed by actors of ability. As the scenes are laid in the south the play admits two colored characters that furnish the comedy, and the play is intensely lively and interesting. 1 4 The Kino Edward THE NEW RESTAURANT Is Now Open The cook hero is ijood enousrh o to prepare King Edward's dishes Round Street Between Auction Mart and Pioneer Lumber Yard POOL supplied with the BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA And is cool, bright and pleasant. Best Cigars and Tobaccos in stock Barber Shop in of Olirer ;