Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
FOUR THE LETHBRIDQE DAILY HERALD. TUCSDAy, AUGUST 17, INI. 1 MuviNt. .PicruRt ADVANCFD VAUDEVILLE Alitt 2. JMCS'Card Party SO N The Songs My Mother Used to Sing PRICES ISc AND 25c THE THATENS In 'another'new comedy act entitled kiA Wit" New Funny Wurnelle and NcUon In an Acrobatic Novelty Act introducing Julie Nelson, the famous Norwegian Violin Virtuoso Lyceum Terit ONE SIGHT ONLY A melange of Mirth ami Melody. Comedy, Music and Dan 3 ing of pre- the brightest musical comedies ever seutedin Lethbridge Peopled with pretty amusing comedians and good singers Prices 50c, and oa sale at J. D. Simbotham Co Moving bf Burnt-Johnson Fight on Friday and Saturday CY PIEH'S HOME RUN DID if Timely Drive In the Fourth Scored Four Runs For Lethbridge and Made Win- nipeg's Chances Of Winning Look Poor Who won the game last night? Why Cy Pieh. Didn't he knock out the longest hit that ha? btvn.nuide on the grounds for a homer? Ami weren't the bases full at the time? And weren't those four runs the first and very nearly, all that were made? Gy won the game alright, alright. It was a great hit- over on the other side seventh. Jack Corrigan pulled .off a fast play iu catching Holmes at first. Bell, McGarry and Chicken gathered .in many hot ones. Pieh took a hot one from Speiser and started a sharp double which Bell and Towrisehd coin pleted. Beatty caught a foul from Jack's bat and doubled up Cox uh- as.sisted.. Joe Lynch caught a great game and ate up two very tough fouls For the Maroons, Piper did great Piper's territory and -n kft Holmes and that lightning fast little fielder j Grogan put Up a goocj gaQie in the a man knock a home run into hisjfiold. stampinff grounds you'll know it PiPtr aQd Grogan did the batting .some hit. It sure was u great the visiting aggregation but start- Cy .had just nicely got home late. Harry FleetwoocTs enthusiasm got the j makes six straight taken better of his pleuro-pncumonia the Maroons and on the form he passed around the hat (not thej01' last nisht the next two will come new Stetson that Cy wil get the same old road. McKelvi McGuii.; out Ins own j Shustef. the umpire the big hat and collected ?32 which he placed was in charge of the gains and into Cy's flinging' close of the game. weapon at the And it was worth CATCHING THE BALL FROM THE ABRIDGE Since Chas.1 Street, the great Wash-! ington catcher caught a-ball'dropped] from the; Washington monument last j 585 feet or thereabout; the feat j or catching balls from high places! has .become quite a fad with ball" players. Yesterday morning the'- Winnipeg i .team repaired to the big C. P.. R. and -'proceeded' to test their V.ifbiiity at catcliins a baseball drop- irom-: the highest' point oa the "U Tiigh' wind blowing. Though 'the- bridge at--its greatest- .feeighii is -only a little -over half as flligh' as'..the Washington monument, -..some the players had nearly as 'successful Jisr. Street did when, he 'insight the ball off, athe b'ig inonu-.; GREAT IS HE it for it sure.lv. was a great liit. This is how it happened. The both teams had been going along piling up pug" until thp last of the fourth Speiser banned McGar- caught it inghi attempt-. Piperlcaught-the: ball in. third-try from- Edmunds ui the fourth; Anderson j .and Bond, caught; several at- j tempts and soine'-'of'the. others; failed j- completely. A; catcher's decker was used..; 7 he certainly is a. great improvement on what has been'here arid there" will no kick coming- if he continues as well a.-> h-i has started.. He .was par- ticularly, good 5and very few apparent" mistakes; AB Ev H PO A E Thicks Holmes a I i 3b 2b 2 4 31 12 0 0 11 4 010 1 0 10 '24 Joe Gox ToTrnsend J b 2 4 4' '3 4 23 cr PIEH Th- gi.mt kid pitchir Lcth n .tni, Vrho w lucvhdt disturb-! nly .Reiser I, by Pieh I that huppt. ned it was by far the biirsest. The Maroons sta.rt- i i off as. easy picking as a pass toj first, was their only chance to there. opened our half with a; National vV .past second. Qiy; At j sacrificed him. along and he got 'to! Eittsburg.2; New-York 2. third on JackN? out. But Larrv- ate' IVsitty 'Ploh To Townsend; left., --a 8- Winnipeg atsedance 350: -umpire, American TxIE iiRST A.M.MUNITiON .i> ivr good-.shootinir. Ev. ..notice hi-w particular ;i crsiek shot til', klll-j Oi shells iir-ra? "I. '.'Ttnows ironi 01 his locker and buy your nni- j-Sheeium. munition hero as he does. We sell to the best, shots in town "because they know they can alwny? g-et the best here. And wtj don't for it either. j Washington 1 .Phi'ladeip'hia 6f Northwestern At Vancouver 3 Seatt-Io 6. At Afx.Tdt.tjn 0 Portland Spokanr- G Taconia 1. Western Canada At 31'odicine 20S 210 Hat.......... 010 112 S Woods and SthijrlV; Dnnn ;ind Davidson. At Edmonton Ill 000 4. 1 Regina............. OOO OriO 74 Smith. G-rjtdy asd Grag-ion Hook- er and Quirm. CTinf'ire. Duff. in eighth, 5 3 ilchrist and Ward Parlces afifl Umpire. Grimes'. i up hit he the sixt-h and sex'enTjh bin- got no tal-l tics until the eighth, -wihen ;Lynch i kiiockixi out a doublAthat he failed; to stretch into a triplell Bell drew a; pass but was forced t-nd who however got aro i en's great 'tlrivv to c sacks. The game was fnli of wag one of the best pulled Holmes worked in a couple plays taking a fly from Lyn was several above Towr.aend did a similar trick by Towns- d on Chick 1 for three -Grood cloth.es "bring good cheer. A man can't stay in. a bad humor when he is dressed in perfect everyone remarks his trim Good influ- ence mind and body alike. "Progress Brand" Clothing brings out the best that is in you. Because, being the best, they make you look your best and be at your best. Join the optimists wear "Progress Brand" Qothiag Mt 6MVWfNtf If GirK' to i About three or four imndred people i witnessed the match on the square last mgut. but the Wright Charity i I Shield fund wiU'oaly benefit to jamount of So-65. It is surprising in j ja flourishing city to ?ind such a large I inmrber "broke." The game was not a very j ing one, some good football I was witnessed. Several new men out, A. O. F. playing some of I j the new arrives from Cape Breton, j show Sobs of England made a change i in their forward line, playing- Smith j outside Clark owtside i ja change wiiich seemed to work well, j j Three minutes after kick-off a pret- j A j ty piece of %rork by the end-1 ted in. Horberton. findinsr the net, and scoring- Xo. 1 for thc S. 0. E. The [ball seldom visited the other end of} field, but-when it did Ferris and filled a vacancy in the i soloists.' reputation i Show Girl" has been om: of thvj The Thaten duo (Air. and Mrs jtanaard musical-cpnwdy .attract-ionsisisted by Jack Waters put on a' n4 the- past ten and it 'has j and elaborate sketch entitled "A Played successful-runs in all in which the uncle ciues oi the east. I Thaten) a woman hater, vows'to c; ifte company presenmlg "The Show ,011 his nephew (Jack Waters) Spokane.! a cent., if he marries v a pretty gj xor four weeks in j (Mrs. Thaten) whom he k courtid f. _ It is. going to Chi-i biii-by a clever bit of. strategy on it-! playins only the principal plac-j girl's part all ends .well. The coi route. This attraction promises I of this sketch is fasi and clean c Of the distinctly delightful j and everything put on all who like'a good jaughj th'e Thatens plenty of music, and pretty j AN UP-TO-DATE THEATRE A some mention is deserving oi remedied t-heatre. stage is much deeper and eleganlj I fitted up with scenery etc. The i tilation is practically perfect. Tl Show at the among the Implements is[ "and 1m- system of exits'-which' added to provemcnts j fire protection devices, makes on this at the j place above par from standpoint both and One extra large double exceptionally attractive. to the right, used i were played and the Foresters, j of played a good game, had inspir0d hi iacknowledge-defeat by five goals m verse-- T-ne nil. Smith Faunch doing the trick. Referee Tabrunt was an usual right man in -the right place. and Nelson's sketch the; left in front is another door. At wr i Double entrance with ;in? doors makes that end of the, j practically one large dc 'THE SHOW GIRL" "The Show Girl" which comes the Lyceum Tent next along acrobatic lines with some new! Decorations and fittings have features introduced, among; been improved and added to, u which are a sensational leap into a jthe Eureka is indeed what the mr [barrel at long distance, the lady's j agement calls it, "a cony "and i violin playing and other novelties.; fectly safe family theatre." to! Little Miss Teddy Thaten sang a] With stentorian voice the night, is one of those bright musical comedy attractions that has a mirth provoking plot, plenty of pretty song numbers, a bevy of pretty -girls, a few comedians and one 'or two good sang a [With stentorian voice Thursday j coxiple of songs last night and it i manager Al. .Morris. is quite remarkable how clever pop announ- a j each evening through' the megaph little actress she is becoming. The i "Right this way to the Eureka! Ev( name Thaten whether the bearer be j show guaranteed i" and he is child stand or. mature in years seems tolas is word, putting on only ihx-lj for high class actors, and little! in vaudeville and pictures.