Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, 14, IMI. MOVING .PICTURES. ADVANCED --f 1. Two is Conpaoy, Three is a Crowd. 2. Spanish Ronaice. Q N G--I i...... "Just You and 1." PRICES I5c AND 25c J. C. HNKHAM Co. In The Cage of Death. THE THATENS In a Big Comedy, en- titled. Miss Wise and Otherwise SPORTS Brandon Team Decisively Beaten Don't Forget to Take Vour Lunch and Dinner at THE ALEXANDRA Special Sunday Bin. The :s cool and comfortable. Thv OF CANADA Capital, lest tni DB- divided Profits Exceed Teacli Your Children Thrift An early training in as well as in earning money, would add much to the future prosperity and happiness of your childen. By opening a Savings Account for each in the Union Bank, and encouraging them to deposit even small regularly. you will teach the.Ti tie habit which has always been the basis of wealth. 11.00 is sufficient to open an account, and deposits of or upwards are received. Interest paid at highest current rate. Lethbrldge R, Anderson, Manager. Stirling F. Manager. Grassy Lake W. Baillie, Manager. wuy the Miners weav niter the Angels and took revengo for the boat- J ing- they got the night before was something' to remember. 12 to 2 was the score ii they had not lot up and if Oki Sol hud net itt Moose Juw such a hurry to trive more light to i WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE STANDING Won Les Medicine j Winnipeg 53 41 41 35 THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HJEJin, OFFICE. TOKONTO ESTABLISHED 1897 (the Orientals, they might have beoa scoring: yet. Although so one-sided it was a b'Otxi same to watch ami I cave the crowd Jots of iun if not very i much excitement. Karl was un the slab iind there was nothing ho that the Miners could iuCtiU1. He fanned Joe out tile lirst lime up but never jjot another ,3Iiner. Joe. pot. back at him in the' fifth, by knocking out a great smash i for four sucks. Ja.ck. who was hack in the game again, got two good hits j 'Boll batted perfectly, getting two hits ;a sacrifice and a crack on the elbow in four appearances. He iiekied a 'great game taking' eighi chancos with lout a slip. Lynch took two hits and !a sacrifice on four times up and caught a great game. was somewhat wild giving- passes but the A ago Is could not land on him for hits. ___ The Angels ilid not play their usual Retina Kratidpn 31 bMmonton 34 40 50 4? r.c. .667 .646 .547 BASEBALL RESULTS Western Canada At 4 Calvary 000 000 7 6 HHttf-rirs: Canty and Quitm" Rush and Shi-i'Ium. Umpires Crist and Gardner. At liilimmton ........QUO 400 4 0 Moose Jaw 000 4 Batteries: Grady Gragiou; Gil- crist and Ward. Umpire Grimes. Game- Winnipeg 000 100 M.xliciru: Hat .......223 051 Battens: Miller, Bond, Anderson and Edmonds; Nelson and Davidson. Umpire Shuster. Second Medicine Hat 001 010 Winnipeg 212 000 CHARITY MATCH MONDAY 12 inngs. 0. E. play the A.O.F. on Monday night. Collection in aid of j hospital. All members of the S.O.E. team are requested to be on hand later Than I. WALKER, President LAIRD, General Manas Reserve Fund, Branches throughout Canada, and in the United States and England SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Deposits of and upwards are received and interest allowed at current rates. Accounts may be opened ii; ihe names of two or more persons and a-ade bv any one of them or hv Lethbridge Branch C G. Oourse, Manager being wild and errtitic in tbeir Paid-Up Capital, Wheefer pulled off some grood ;.stuntri lit seeond Thompson, did all the batting for the outfit. I Brandon made their runs in the fourth when Thompson lifted out u. beautiful triple n.ml ctune home on Stingle's single. The latter got xvhon Jack, dropped Rogers' tly after n -hard They got lots of men on buses bin the led fay. JLezie, Kt'n_ry an.' I nothing was. out. Huns eauie in alt .sorts of ways I'OL- They cai'ned of them Cox jiiiKie n barefared st.-al of the home plate, wihl pitches passed halls let thorn in. hum plays and er- rorp helped pile up u da- "i'he In Lb.- hir.s third hits. pass- lt..-11's Established 1855 Capita! (Paid Up) Reserve Fund HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL 68 BRANCHES IN CANADA Exchange Bought and Sold at Lowest Bates Accounts of All Kinds Carried upon Favorable Terms SA VINGS DEPARTMENT Deposits of and upwards received. Interest allowed fioir. dale of deyoait at highest rates in nic six innings second they go; a --ueriiice. prolific, T. (.-rrms. wiUl a roUfle of ,fl lu- an u.'-t hit if a tkr-y ke-u making ukirly, ;beir L-viiien! eiTorts out in the sixth ;n a tally. Owing tu the short 1'nin.ir of ih'- e1-'- the management have deeidi-d to call the rest, of The games at six i o'clock so that the whole nine in- ninjjs can he- airri ijivo the- the worth of their moni-y. night the -prame was called w-hen tfce 1 ilrst half of the seventh .hail been ptay led and ttif- Angels hart. in.una.jrKl bat in a run. Utttridge Braici, Rtfeth St. L D. JOHNSON, Maufer I BULL work Lfiven tlif- of the shooting. 0 0 000 100 0 1 I i 020 r> i o 3 5 0 700 131 TOO 28 12 11 18 12 2 ;v mnin-rs: GOOD SHOOTING Cannot be expected from a gun }hat is not. in thorough repair. Precision is as much dependent upon the condition of the parts, the fitting and the adjustment., as 'upon the skill of the hunter G-UN REPAIRING is given the attention its import- ance deserves. Skilled workmen, familiar with mechanism of all modern gnns. are employed on the orders of our customers. Work is done promptly. Charges only high enough to pay for thoroughly tatiafaetory work :i.- Brandon Kuns-' Coo 2 Hits 000 3 J.ethhi-kiuv Runs 026 Hits 023 Kuns. Brandon r.ethbri-dgc home runs. -Joe Cor .rigan; 3-hasc hit. Thompson; sacrifice ihits. LjTich, Stol Jen bases, .Toe Corrigan, Cox, j Corrigan. McOarry. Town! ifforwl. bfise-s on halls. ofl' Earl j [5. olT Txizift hit hy pitcher.! StingIe. .Boll; struck out, hy Karl 1. i by Loxie wild pitch. Tiarl-2; pass- ed baHs. stirv-le 2; double plays. Trneger TO M'heeler. Chick to Bell; toft on bases, Brandon 7. time 1.3Q: attendance 300; umpire: i Voss. Unlike old-time ovctr-t he-head shirts, this (and put of) fihirt will make dressing1 pleasure and will fit far snugger You ivill know real Shirt tTorjifort until you buy a N e g 1 itfee Coat Shirt Open ail the way down the launders doesn't pm-ker at the yet costs ifot a bit more if you BASEBALL AT SIX O'CLOCK Starting on Monday :up'nt the baseball matches will start at six o'clock instead 6.30. This will leave time for the whole nine jimincs to be piav- ed. Games will be played unril August 25. Winnipeg will be he.re on Monday, fol- lowed by Ttrpina and Moose Jaw. Game tonight at 6.90 AS .539 Batteries: Dunn, Whisman and Da- .47JJ vidson: Collins and isAdp.rson. Um- .444 pin- tfhuster. .382 National .yOO At St. St. Louis 5 Brooklyn 4. Pittsburgh; Philadelphia 1. Al Chicago 2; New York 6. American A: St. Louis 5: Philadelphia i i At Washington 0; Detroit 5. -At New Chicago 4; New York At Boston- Cleveland i': Boston 7. Eastern At Toronto 6; Baltimore 4. At. K'-ehestor Providence 4. Northwestern AT. Spokatif 9: Seattle 3. j At innings- Portland 4: Taeoma 2. At Aberdeen 10: Vancouver 1. SAVE DOCTOR'S BILLS By eating clean, well-cooked and wholesome food at THE ALEXANDRA CAFE The oul} White Kestauraut in the city. It costs no more than the cheapest place in the city. We furnish the best the market affords for the least possible cost to our many patrons. Our regular three-course Lunches and Dinners 20c. 30c. 40c. 45c. and 50c. includes n full line of Vegetables and Dessert N. H. MURRAY, Prop. Corner Round and Dufferia Streets the patrons of the Eureka. The Thatens in another one of their .lev.- acts last night fairly took the house by storm and little Teddy who has become such a favorite was loudly applauded on .her comic song. I Have to Call Him Father." Tin- management has succeeded in keep- ing the Thatens over for next, week in un entirely new and exceedingly strong bill. Another strong feature of the pro- gram fur next week will be Hal and Marion Munson, a comedy team of renown. This with the excellet mo- tion pictures that are always shown at the Eureka -will make pro- gram one of the strongest. "Mauretania" is tic aD-thc- year-round collar. Men who wear it in summer for its style and comfort, wear it all winter for the same r whal. you ask lor. Refuse The original is manufactured ooly by THE T. 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Reg. 40c and 50c for...30c Reg. 90c and for___75c Reg. 65c and 70c for...50c and MONEY SAVERS IN Men and Boys' Dept Men's Tweetf and Serge for. for........................... Regular for ___'...................... Wash blue nnd white stripes. and Men's Summer values to Suits. Sale price..................... Regular reduced Men's Three-Piece Fall class goods. value for _ Men's White variety of patterns, to clear at a Sacrifice Harvest and Picnic hip- assortment. Prices run I5c to each from Fall Coats New Goods Just latest shades in Empire, Tight-Fitting and Semi-Fitted effects, trimmed with buttons and braid, velvet collars and cuffs at prices to suit all. From to MCh Children's and rail white, gray, brown and navy bear cloth. Prices from up dattl navy, red and gray. Prices run up Boot and Shoe Dept. Most stylish goods, for Ladies, Men and Children, and the Best Values Ever Offered in Southern Alberta PHONE 31: ASK FOR Wines and Spirits Department HOT WEATHER DRINKS LAGER, ALE, ETC. Lethbridge hoer with the Green Lnbel. In "bot- tles or keg.s. Same price as brewery. beer that made Milwaukee famous. Bass' jcrreat tonic and appetizer. original St. Louis beer. and Sloe Gin. Culftftftt' Double Extra XXX world's best. Blaekktrry Brantly, Liquor and for summer sickness.