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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta TMf LETHamOUf LAILV MIftALD, I Ml. V SPORTS CLOSE LACROSSE MATCH ON SQUARE Four One In Brandon's Favor The Iwiscball match between Bran- don and Lethbridge was a 'sort of contest between the Angels iotd the Miners. Seaton handed out sio fewer than 'seven passes wihileMc- Jfeill. .gave away five and hit two men .making them even on that count. Seaton, however, struck out eight to McNeill's four'and each'had four hits marked up off his delivery. The game was very slow requiring ua hour and a half to go six rounds. Nearly batter haid three and two on before the final happen- Boaeaoh was very lucky getting passes in as many times up. -Bell had only one time at bat chalk- -eid xip agiiinst him and McGorry was just as lucky. .'The started out like a; small i Morrill drew a .ran into tost double by Bell Townsend, when Wheeler j says little but plays ball all the time; Thompson, lammed a hot! His fast and clean work on the dia- to McNeill but he knocked it j Jtaoiid. iis arousing nmch favorable comment the Western Canada Circuit. Fast Efantoi Affrefitm Beaten By the Local Teaa in. an up hill game all the way the Lethbridge lacrosse team pulled out a victory from the touring ikhnonton team last night. 'The game was to have started at 5.30 but owing to the delay in the locals getting out, it did not start until six, and at that the boys had to play lor. a while with one man short on the defence. It was 'during this first, few tes that the locals got themselves in- GOOD SHOOTING Cannot be expected from a gim ia not in thorough repair. much dependent upon the condition of the parts, the fitting and the adjustment, as upon the skill of the hunter REPAIRINlr is given the attention its ance deserveB. Skilled workmen, familiar with the ineciiMnisui of Notice efc j all modern guns, are employed on the orders of our customers. but THE "SILENT" BELL Peerless Lfethbrkige shortstop who down and threw him out. For the next while it was'Mittle else but fans passes, In the third the Angels made two j Rogers "placed a pretty hit over short Seaton, took one in the slats, j The Indian stole third. ..MoiTill hit j to a hole that was not easy to gi of. 'In the first minutes the Eski- Work if done promptly, mos secured three goals. Things looked black but brightened consid- thoroughly .itiafactory work .erabiy-when old Herb Skeith trotted out to fill the Hole ut 'A -lead' of three goals is not easily Overcome, especially with Edmonton Western Canada At to Chick forcing Seaton but scoring {.Retina. Rogers.; Wheeler smashcxl one out j Calgary 020 200 7 102 ill past' firsrt; for three sacks and the sec- i Hooker and Gardner, and Quimi. run came in! Ucnd Sheehan. Umpire Duff. paes. ChSck's muff oi'VKogers' hit j At Maple Creek: u-': ;and- Stanley's single meant two more Hat in ,the next- That all they got. Miners "got their 'only tally in j given by innings.) Dunn aitd the fifth singled and mode's Davidson. Miller and Anderson. a. great on .Lynch's corking National :two bagger over second. :j At was nothing very excitdne; j Game) about the in. a couple of The score: .Brandon Morrill. cf Wheeler 2b Thompson Iti Stingle c Rohesch Traegaf If Stanley rf ..Eogers "s.s. Lethbrioge "Corrigazi cf Cox If c Bell ss. Ib Joe and Cox pull- j Cincinnati Boston ones- (Second 8, Boston 2. PO E j At. at. 0 0 .0 St. L-ouis 6, Brooklyn innings. 3 3 0 3 3 3 o 21 1 1 0 At o (First Qdme) 0 ipittsburg 13. Philadelphia 3. (Second Game) playing on the defensive, but. ".-with- 1 the appearance of Skeith it was plain :tO: be .seen that whether or riot the locals .could bring down the big lead the boys in green would have their -work cut out to increase it. Skeitli was there with his big body check to meet the rush, arid Doc Stewart and McCorvie at tithes mon- keys of the Edmonton home. The red shirts did most the at- tacking. They crowded the Edmon- j ton defence more often than the green shirts circled around the Lethbridge i net. and they liad more openings for shooting. It was a defence game at ;both ends of the field, mid-field play .being- entirely Locals Slart Jn v 'AVith the score 3 to 0 against them. at the end of the first six minutes .this is how the locals settled down to. wrest frorii the Eskimos -a game that they had already had packed' away in. cases. A. B. Cook' secured, from the face off and passed it to" who, galloping around almost to the crease, passed it back to Ttobson, who shot on 'goal, "was by McNabb, and he threw it out to an 'Eskimo who passed to an- other of the saine tribe and together they- carried it down to the Leth- 0 0 !.0 'pittsburg 4. Philadelphia 10 in-' 1 2 Ixszie rf 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 40 2 2 7 b 00 3 2 0 1 4 18 8 1 Iniogs. j At j (First G-ame) 0 I Chicago 2. New York 5. (Second Game) Chicago 0. New'.'York 3. American At Cleveland "4, Boston.5. At jtVashingstoa'l, Detroit 6. At St. Philadelphia 10. At .Chieaco 2. New York 0. bridge .end, but took the shot gave; it to Johnston, who- with A. B. Cook and Scott and .McGreavy engaged In a heautiful piece of com- '-binatioh play whicn ended in Hel- mer shooting a little bit wide. Both. teams were now taking matters pret- ty easy, -long runs up and down the field being foUowed by strenuous de- fence work in front of the goals. The pressed hard for a while arid kept .the local flags in danger, '.then Skeith cleared, arid .until the end of the quarter it was all Leth- bridge hut the score remained 3 to orily darigefoua period until the tle blew Lethbridjje's attempt was far more remunerative. John- ston took it" down but lost to Woods. A. B. Cook secured the ball and pass- ed to and he took it down and passed to Sinclair, who entirely unchecked f sent a sizzlcr into .the breacli and Edmonton's doom was sealed.; being a goal to the -.good: their were directed to defence, and they put. up a grand Edmonton -Disappointed was father "a'.hitter disappoint- ment -to "the: touring Edmonton la- crosse team' to lose to. Lethbridge, even by the close'margin of four: They ;hadrioi the be- lief that they would register -a. vic- tory here, last night, and the locals themselves had: doubts of their- abil- ity to stave off the challenge of the green The Lethbridge Edmonton Callahah McCorvie Stewart A. B; Cook Johnston A., Scott, Sinclair McGreavy Hehuer J RobsoiL Llovd Cook ''goal cover 1st defence defence 3rd defence .centre ,3rd home 2nd home M cArthur ilcNabb Smellie Roohey .Woods Hurmeston Bolander inside Winkler Waugli -Young Referee, .Cfowley. SKALKU -BIDS will be received by the TOWN CAKDSTO.N at the ollice of-the Secretary-Treasurer un- til 12 o'clock noon, August 24, 1909. for the construction of'approximately yards of sidewalks A certified cheque lor the sum of payable to the, Secretary .Treasurer of the Town of Cardston must accompany each proposal as a guarantee that the successful bidder will within "six days after awarding of work enter into a contract with tlie Town. Satisfactory bonds will bo required for the fJuthful execution of the con- tract. and specifications may be seen at tho office of the Treasiirer. No bid necessarily accepted. "L. A. WILSON, Secret ary-Triiasurer. 11, J909. INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS prices must bo written in the bid and also stated ih figures. must satisfy themselv- es by personal examination of the lo- cation of the proposed work, its seem- ing advantages and difficulties, and by such other means as they prefer as to the cost thereof and the accu- racy of the estimate of. and shall not at any time thereafter dispute or complain oft such inary estunate of the engineer nor assert that there was any misunder- standing in regard to the nature or. amburit of the workMo br done. ibidder to 'whom award is made will be required to execute con- tract within six days after accep- tance of hisi bid. The bond required will be in the sum of An accepted cheque payable to the Secretary- Treasurer of the Town of Cardston for must accompany each tender as a guarantee of faith. The successful contractor must enter in- to a -with the Town within six days after the awarding of same, said contract to be drawn up by the Solicitor, se- be named. ISo work under this contract be sub-let. The successful tende'ter. shall have his deposit returned: to him after the contract has besh executed, and bond given of Cardston. 'tenderers shall have their deposits returned to them within one .week after the awarding of; the'contract, Included in ;'Contract contract, shall .ii.de-' portions .of sidewalks order- ed by '.the Town Council .during- -the .year 1909, which the Chairnian Works and Property Committee shall direct the contractor in .'writing to construct. The work, shall ;begin within three days after; the .signing of the .contract and thereafter be vigorously prosecuted and the whole work completed on or before the date If at any time during the contin- uance of the contract the "sureties or any of shall die, or in the-op- inion of the Council of the Town of Cardston become .irresponsible, the Town-of Cafdston.shall have the tight: to additional and sufficient sureties -which the -Contractor shall 'furnish', .to the satisfaction' of the Town, of Cardaton within ten days after notice, and. in default thereof the contract may be annulled and the work carried to completion in the manner provided in tlie contract. NeraU Nirket Race to MM tr it nit place it ir II you wMt IMC tUi i iBKcrtioM for SI PROPERTY FOR FOB A snap. Furnished house and two, Jots on Burdett St. Block 30, Dujfit Addition. Apply on premises. FOR SALE OR 7 rooniea I house, stable., hay shed, large chicken 'house on River bottom .near new bridge. Best place in -town lor keep- ing cows and Price f 300, easy Price, cash. pet month rent. H. Proctor, near the A. R. 1. Shops. 184-0 VACANT stenograpner with some, knowledge of book-keeping. Ad- dress Box O.K., c-o Herald. 306-0 .FOR Remington" "type- writer with tabulator, at a bargain. I Apply Citizens, Lumber yard 187-O cook'for farm near New Dayton. Crew ten men. Apply Skeith Tilley's Oddfellows Block, Lethbridge. 206-3 first class machin- ists, one blacksmith and helper and one boilennaker's helper. Apply "Lcthbridge Iron Works, Ltd. 206-2 local agents to sell Industrial and Ordinary Insurance. Experienced canvassers desired. Wood money for right men. P.O. Box 476. 206-6 FOR must be moved from property. Apply Geo.' W. Whel- en, Lethbridge Woollen Co. 199-0 FOR SALE new seven roomed fully modern house on Coutta near new Central School. Apply P. MacMurphy, Mgr. South Alberta Lum ber Co. Phone 220. MISCELLANEOUS FOR lALt AUTOMOBILE FOR powered 4 cylinder 5 passenger nearly new. Will .be sold cheap for Cits., or iOr real estate. Address Box 1395, Leth- bridge. 9064 generai1 servant for light housework. Apply Jorgenson Bros, studio; Eedpath St. 306-2 general servant at once. Apply corner of Courtland and Glyn Sts. 202-6 men, miners and other help wanted at the Royal Col- lieries. 304-6 lor taundry work- Apply Lethbridge-Laundry Co. 184-0 will >e re- ceived by the undersigned in writ- ing frpai young ladies desirous of acting as pupil assistants to "the Kin- dergarten Director Lethbridge schools. No salary attached, must be able to use piano. G. B. Bowman, Secre- tary. 188-0 Let Lethbridge TENDERS WANTED i SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- ed by .the undersigned until 5 o'clock Tuesday 17, for the for rural school, Kasimir District- No. 1981. Must have second class, certificate, salary per month. Apply A. G. Alta. -A capable general serv- arit. :itrs.. Geo. B. MacKay, stor Road: 197-O CHEAP caah. steoder or bachelor's outfit. Apply to S. F. Mills. Bivcr Bottom. FOR good saddle pony. mare, has been driven double. and single as well. Apply J. Siinm. North Ward after 6 p. m. 901-C LAND FOR SALE ONE land 16 northeast of Warner. "sell cheap if equity is paid in cash or will make terms price. c-o Weber Realty bridge. P.J. .Leth- 303-6 WE CAN SELL YOUR LAND FOR can sell your land ,at prices that can't be beat. We -can sell you good land from up to per acre, in any quantity from one quarter up to as much ai 150 sec- tions in one block. Terms, one-tenth of the purchase price in cash and" the V balance in nine equal annual ments with interest at 6 per cent., .on the unpaid balance. The -Enipire, Land Co., upstairs in Ott Block. Box 60. Phone 394. 191-0 MISCELLANEOUS girl -wanted to take care of f child four, years old. 621 Burdett St. Apply 201-6 WANTEDr-rAygeneral servant at once. Apply corner of Courtland and Smith Sts. 202-6 good general servant. Apply Mrs. K. D. Johnston. 1220 Redpath 6 to. deliver the Her- ald in the Duff Addition. 203-0 chambermaid at once; Apply Dallas Hotel. 206-2 The lacrosse teair: showed some j CJJT-FTV.; accepted. erection of a residence building on j'Redpath street'for Mr. T. D. Kevin. The lowest or any tender not neces-i position. as engineer on threshing :engine the coming sea- son. Have had six years' experi- ence. 0. H., Smith, Lethbridge. 04-6 By innin Brandon 002 4 000 1 Sutnraary: Earrwid runs, Brandon 1. 1-ethbridge 1: 3-baso hit. Wheeler; 2- hit, Corri-gan, Lynch; stolen." b'as -es. Morrlll 2. Ronesch 2, Rogers. t-ases on balls, off Seaton .7. off McXeill, 5; hit by pitcfer, Seaton, Morrill; struck out by Seaton S. bj' 4; double play. to Bell to Townseod: left on bases. Bran. vdon 6, 9; 1.30: at- ?-50: -umpire. Voss. JL O. F- S. O. B. f; The following is the tbatti to repre- tent tlii? A. O. F. in their -ramo. with the S. O. "E. on MonViay evosninsr on squsjre. Althoug-h the A. 0. F. not be at full strength every en- will be made to give the Eng- lishmen a, good game. Goal, Jess Filrccr; backs, Joe Well- ington. Barl Hooker; half backs. Turner. J. for- wards. Thompson. Docc, Wallace. Laing. Goucher. All Foresters who are are sistaid to turn out. GREAT IN ACQUATICS REPLY TO A CHALLENGE i tinc: Bditor. Herald: Dear reply to tho A. 0. F. j Secretary's request for a match to help out the funds of the Hospital. the S. O. K. F.' C. are xviiyng- to play such a match but owing to the notice, .we would prefer day, tie 16th .instead' Of this {Friday) evening. Yours, etc., F. T, Robins. Pec. S. 6.'13. F. C. 0 against them, class yesterday by putting it over Second Quarter itne Edmonton, bunch who are in. j 206-3 During the intermission there >as some pointed advice to the home-play ers .to steady down and do a little less wild; passing, and the play d'ur- JAMES A. MACDpNALJD, Architect. cannot up "'botii the intermed-! SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH J u. m.t a A the IXjVeber Gup. The locals in, the intermediate j series but if Edmonton showed, form i i x'csterdav there is. no reason whv if; ing'the second quarter showed that i -v. itihc boys get out, m full lorce they I the advice had. been taken. The i homo played well. They moved fast and-tried hard, and in 8 minutes. their resource and cunning ia a .goal, which Sinclair shot on a ipass from Kobson.. Then the play down the field and at the j'b'fid' 'of the quarter ..pur boys were much the fresher, and although they were two goals behind, they knew they had' their opponetns beaten off their feet-. P After Half Time j quarter found Lethbridge play. Helmer and Mo iatc and senior championships andj have the cup resting where it ought: to. .in the home city of the Any p'ensou wuo IB -4. j H family, or any male OTCT 18 yeaw senator aiwr whom the cup lS named, j a qumrter-iecttor The team, has a: fast bunch of p Jay- i cf "available Dominion land in ers but a good many of .them are j ooba. Saskatchewan or Alberta. Tht and inexperieacetJ.. r- frt AIH the time for the old guard to get Now is applicant must Appear in peTion the Dominion 'Lands Afency or Bub- TO and room for three. A double room and a single. Home fully modern and close in. Apply 210 Coutts St., south end of house, i.93-0 TO furnished room, per'month. '638 Burdett St. one block south of Central School. 197-0 TO first class stable, suit- able for four teams of horaes, with a large hay loft, overhead. If -you are interested in securing good stab- ling -for your horses, cull nr. No. 1231 Bompas St. any evening after 6 o'- clock for particulars; Wrn. Taylor, Box G05, city. 197-0 Eni-f TO RENT-Fumished office in Ott into the game again a.nd stiffen up jpfoxjr may be made any Block. Immediate 'possession; Apply _ I ATT 1 the team. To have a look in'for the j ter ol intending championship the team must win _. TT--tv High Biver. With what vas on at j Duties.-r-Six j cultivation of the land in a like j of thTee A may a home uve within nine miles of home fieM to "correspond, there is every rea- -stead on. a farm of at AQ j Grf-avy made u dash'and passed to, w Llovd Cook who gave it- to Ro'oson.! son to the trick can be turn-! solely owned and occupied by him ot by his father, mother, eon. brother or. sister. who lost to Smellio, and he broke Th.fre are a number o? the old team i certsin diatricts Jawiv.and with Eoonev carried it of a11 fod r T {skill and knowledge of the that quarter-section alongside down to GorneU who lost- to John- stsad. Price per i T they ever nnd all they need :_ ston. Johnston took it flown throneh reside six months in eacfi 1 go in. and win as of old is to tram ,ix years tcnm date of homesteads pre-empt hie the bunch, passed Robson. to Cook vrhu shot- wide. Then it was old Alex i Scott who secured from a face off and j and carried it around and boring in. j handed it to Kobson who shot. Score I 3 It was not until the second was scored that the boya from the j north began to realize that victory ami get into condition. entry (including the time required tr With Cook in goal and ttcCorvic. earn homestead patent) and Doc Stewart nnd A. B. Cook atid FURNISHED new modern house. Terms moderate. Ap- ply Mrs, Jones, third house from Round on south side of Brunton St. ROOMS TO only.. Apply Box 1, Herald. 201-6 ROOMS TO and wash ing a month. Apply Mrs. C. M. Holland, at the end of C.P.R. Bridge. Skeith in front of him it will take a, j homestead right and cannot ofc- arood home to iret-In-very, close, tf j tain a pre-emption may take a the home and centre field had Ripley i chased homestead in certain distrieu and Gow. to help out Scott aad per acre i reside six montha in there would be a big differ- j yearg_ cultivate fifty acres and! once in. the scoring- end of the jrarae. K J300.0U. A homesteader who exhausted: two youn- men in fur- nished tent. 2 minutes from city .square, nice locality, S3.50 each. Ap- ply Comfort, c-o Herald. 203-6 WANTED Pagnuelo wants all y Imperial quart -bottljbs. Will pay highest prices. '407 Ford 305-6 buy at once a howe, buggy and harness or on. Apply 330 Crabb St. near in. BICYCLE second-hand' bicycle i -Apply to Bor Herald- Office. UO8T Monday, one bay branded BS oh right-thigh and plut sign 12 on the shoulder. Heavy mane and tail. A little flat at root of tail. reward for recov- Apply Box 10, Herald office. 04-6 quart bottles 'all kinds. Highest reward for return to" the Pagnuelo Wine and Spirit Ford St.'- pony, branded FE on left hip. White strip'on face. Brand. not vf-ry plain. Weight about 960. Five dollars reward for recovery ol animal. Apply to H. F.-Wiken. Grassy Lake. 205-fc Monday, one bay branded B S on right thigh and on. the shoulder. Heavy main and tail. A little flat at root ol tail. 96.00 reward given for recovery. Apply Box 10. 5Cerald Office. LOST OR halter and 100 feet chain taken from a cow belong- ing to J. H. Wallace. Finder will please return to J., H. Wallace. Bur- dett St. 196-0 April 1st from our camp three miles west of Lethbridge, three geldings. One dark bay weigh- ing about 1450 Ibs.. branded P left shoulder, left hind ankle large. One light bay branded P left shoulder., weighing about 1450 Ibs. One light bay weighing about 1500 Ibs., slick, foundered on front, feet, somewhat- lame, foretop and mane under ool- lar shorn. All in good condition. Thirty dollars reward for informa- tion that will lead to their recovery oi the three, or for any one of them. Notifv Bros., Oamroee. Alta. 200-30 the Wells farm, 4 miles south of Stirling, five mares ano sevea geldings. Marea branded LM on left shoulder and geldings brand- FurniRn W.W.OORY, j was slipping away .from them, and J It wouW nor tatfe an awful lot to 'in the next five minutes made a r.Kp. lacrosse it T A i lsec tQe c iacrossc crasy RS it useti Deputy Minister cf the Inter perate auemp, ,o tally another, andito bc. The situation culls for men publication 1 Callahan in goal was called upon to i -with, experience to help out .the i thi- ?nt not pi i stop three hot ones, but Winkler. j fellows ami there are men in the jfnf [Cornell nnd Young, with ;ill t-heir ranks of lacrosse-players in the city I' j crn house. per month. Ap- j ply C. Eckberg. Fisher St., beside i Adam's boarding 200-6 ed 7L on left hip. Liberal reward ,rt i piven for information leading to their recovery. Notify A. A. Johnston. Lethbridge, Alta.. or L. E. Townsend. Chicago swimmer who is looked upon I cunning, were no match for such a as a coming champion. Notice the splendid physique of of this young man MOVING .PICTURES. ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE 1. Twt is. Ctapaiy, llrcc is a Crowd J. C. TINKHAM Co. In The of THE THATENS In a Big Farce Comedy, en- titled, Mitt WIM quartette as Stew.irt, KcCorvey, Cook and Skeith. who soon had them at i inv.ir mercy again. The Last Quarter At-the beginning of the fourth quar- j some close and hard checking- i tciok plAce around ,the Lethbridge goal, and before the defence could i relieve Skeith, who had been -off for i a minor offence, canie on At a critical hfelpc-d Jiohnston to carry the play TO the other end of the field, where Helmer and Robson fig- ured in the play vvhich enabled Cook to do the trick. Score 3 to 3. Slowly, .surely and steadily the Southerners taking the Eski- mos into camp. Their defence game was no longer any good and they made -a' hot attack on the Lethbridf e goal and