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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAIty HERALD. SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1909. FAMOUS TENNIS PLAYER A DASE3ALL PLAYER OF RENOWN SPORTS AND AMUSEMENTS MOVING ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE 1. Lonely Lass 2. School Children's Sticks 3.. Heart of a Gypsy Maid 4. Caught With the Goods Bib the run that Tola AT RAII 'PARIf U 1 rilYll Grimes. who came with the- Reuinu i is'not st.vle- Whether; he was better or worse is hard to say If he f-rnxt at all -it because ho PRICES loc AND 25c THE THATENS Iu another now comedy act entitled il A Woman's Wit" New Original Funny Wurnelle and Nelson Iu an Acrobatic Novelty Act introducing Julie Nelsop. the .famous Norwegian Vrioiirt Virtuoso Regina and Letbbridge Had An Off Day Visitors Won FUND FOR LACROSSE TEAM be runt M to try for th and ii.'lu the received s> J. X.-ison, K. D. Joe Callalian, S. G. tri''d to ildv vies. Dr. C. C. Grace. to raise co.'n- eanvs: 'Toronto Saturday DvYebfr of ;he base- hail teaid put up a little 'l' game 1 Piper, Toronto who has HKiJe such signal sue- in tho proi'essiouu! auks in the and is now actin.c-uiiin-agvr of U'inniii-.'C 'Maroons. The pijiyinc at Branrloti last week. of the members of the team ice pay. but failed I.arrv saw no more Acoose Beat 1 Fitzgerald I Grimes has evidently been Shuster in the matter of i knows how it goes or there would j have been several Rt-gina players short salaries this week. But! Grimes was e isy on them and they j ought to feel grateful. i By innings: i Regina has captured the first one.! Regina m m That sound? hul but .it isn't. Lethbridge 224 102 bets can safely be made on the'basis; -runs, Regina 5.1 of last night's gam.-. It WHS a pret-: Lethbridge 6; 3 base hit Collins; 2; ;y poor exhibition of ball by both hiits, Sporer. Lynch: sacrifice1 trains. Holidays seem to hurt Bell> j Cox 2; bases on balls, off; ball plavmg if that is what did it. i IT a r o i_ f l Hooker 2. off Lezie 3: hit by pitcher.; is required for good shooting. Ever pKcm-rs foil to make; Collins. Myers. Townsend, good there is sometb ig wrong all: struck wit by Hooker 4. bv Menzel 1 Menzel. Pioh and Lezio all' by Pieh 2, by L-zie 6: double play a try at it and Lezie did not too. Tmviwend to on baseV' knOWS ba'ily especially towards the end of Regina S, Lethbridge 5. the ,LT ;me. Leth bridge THE BEST AMMUNITION s he uses? He Tli H.-'ker, who piteivti for thr visit-; Joe Corrhiau ors. was an easy in; rk for the Leth- Cox If bridge heavy batters and the whole; Jack C-rrigan didn't look like the stuff McGarry 3b eirries home many victories. Lynch c Things looked rosy i r the- rair.ers Bell ss ;u the beginning "f the game even Townsend Ib Athhtic funds. the Menz 1 and Pi'-h were throw- Chicken 2b wild buns. Ir'idiT runs in the -Menzel p Aug. 20. Fi.z .ir.-r.iid around at a merry clip for f..T.r miles in milt- rac.-, th wonder to draw awnv the Calgary man. and by of the first half of the fifth mile iiad established a lead of some 240 TAKE A SHOT out of his locker and buy your am-! -nunition here as he does. We sell to f- -he best shots in town because they know they can always get the best here. And we don't overcharge for it .either. :st three! _ P Teu-nsend made the only double I-ezie p play of the evening in the first; a This maintained flv and O'llins on third. r ?5.00, ui his that evening', but ui'O'it nii-'Ji'.iuJil :u' "Ot u frantic cel." fhono nit'ss.ig'e saying seven of thf Muroons were up in the police until near the v.-h-'i Fi'zgcrakl put on a spurt and r, vluc- ed the Indian's 1-r.d to 150 yards, bur could do nn better. winning by that ilistance in The tini" C.-x and McGarry with a :ioh i'-.r lead madr the'nvo scores rf i the firs: Lyneli's two base hit. Collins 3b didn't reach first in the Qujrln c and the Miners i: again Sparer Ib AB K H PO A K Try This New Castle Brand "RIALTO" argument with thr i-hii-: of poiice the menibers ally reicaswl. i-ut Larry had to put oi" L'oocl coin as bail. The 2.30. Xow it turns .'.'as all a little joke .--n. the Brandon chie." the xYinnipeg; players. mailed to hitn a'. Kirkealdy a cuch iiindi- the diair.ond. is Nationals. a fly in tlv- -left was not maclt enr put in all he knew, but could i not hold him and Acoose was soon Wash., Aug. lap to the good. At -the- five and of fli" Va-ncmver team in-: half miles Fitzgerald spurted, but l-, Aug. Tt -was announe- ay that Leo MaG'-p, .first' baso- of the S Northu-esteni team was sold the St. Lnu- Th- purchase price public. e will At 2 lor 2ac. you can buj this shape in Elk Brand named "RUTLAND." 101 Lyceum Tent Theatre BURNS- JOHNSON Fight Pictures The most talked-of film in the world to-day Popular Prices: 50c. 7 Be. and The Menu at The (Ihrb Restaurant is as extensive as any the Open day aad nig-ht. Everything in season. THE CONCLUSION S -ttle. Giiligan, the Northwestern League h3s been! c-'iuld not catch the Indian apd-was sold the St. Louis team in thi, bjaten by about 150 yards in American league. The price was five miles were run in 27.35. 000. He will report to St. Louis next season. WANTS BIG FIGHT BEAUTY PARLOR Mrs. CASE will open her Beauty Parlor 330, CRABB STREET Q.iy. block soutU of the Bank of Montreal, MONPAY, AUGUST 23rd, 1909 Soienti-tic Maalcurina. MasLsfigu'ir. Sharr.proinc: Hair Drt'ssiiiiT Hours 10 till 12 and 2 till 6 on with r.-avv! w'rh' his bare hand. There is lucl-: in f-v.-r. 'numbers al- rj-rht the i-mrth inniuss brought ii! four inr.n- for. iht- visitors and tied :Ii game here. They were hitting Si too.hard by this time :md LPZ-JO canie in af'.t-r Quinn's hit and 'held them down for the rest of the in- nings. sol first on 'a bad throw to in? baseman, crept around to third and t-. St.. n-.-xt sprintr BASEBALL RESULTS The T.e'Miwdjr'1 team con-; cludi1? the season's honu: games hern i with the final games of the Moose: Jaw series "Wednesday. ..Moose Jaw: play.-., three games, comnicnc-inir Mon-; day. The league concludes the sen.-.' son ou Labor Day. Sept. 6. Leth-; 21 bridge finishes at Edmonton. Ourj K-tlamazoO. Aug. C. Miller, who owns the 101 ranch nc-ar -In company with three other millionaire brothers, i while here 'today, made the largest cash offer' '.for the. Jeffries-Johnson iizlii that has yet been .reported offer- ling cash for the bout. He! Lezie warnv spot in his heart: Second Western Canada Ar Brandon .........020 002 Calgary........ 600 230 IG OJ changes of being in the first division Batteries: Earl and Eonesch; Park-i at the eild looks'very good. A double i-s and Shefchan. Umpire Farrar. header is scheduled with Regina to- At That Edmonton .....000 000 6 Winmpeg 00L 001 10 made on Lniclv's hit. was all in the fourth. Thfiv- was some terrible fumbling i Batteries: Grady and Gragion: rn-.the fifth. Bell and Townsend aha and ..Anderson. Umpire Duff, chief offenders here and; Knotty Lee was knocked insensible pass d up two'runs :for'Eegina. j i by a pitched ball. prepared a certified cheque for jOOO and stated-.-his to j place ii in' uny bank': named by the j managers for .fighters, to show his' i jrood faith "in nia'Iciripr 'the oTfer. am !-lst> willing'to place in c.-sh in any'bank they name if i th-'v want that. T want .Oklahoma fiave that fight and will do.evtry- jthirp possible to bind it. Our ranch is only 40 miles from Oklahoma Citv." HookVr as he "Icr'nini wjlk three j ___'.. 100 pIO in all. And. Hooker paid him j Edmonton 000 002 5 .l back by liattinir hrm'in the ribs which Batteries: and We're Proud of Our Coofc So are the people who eat. at Cafe him to first: It was "one, Barnstead and Graguon. thre strikes, i Voss. Anderson Umpire you out" for Sporer in -he sixth At Medicine Game and the next rwo men on first.. Moose Jaw the Miners came along with j Medicine Hat two more here the score was even i Scences In Recent Conflict Between and the MOOTS .....010 000 012 004 Batteries: Welsh and Ward: Whis- man and Davidson. Umpire Shus-, But L'-ziV w..s too good to Hooker, j fer. walked again and his meant' Second i _........__' Moose 0.00 010 Medicine Hat I Batteries: Galcrist and bel and Davidson. Umpire Shuster. National 1 At New York- Cincinnati 11: X-t-xv' York 3. At Chicavro 5; Boston .3. A! Phi] a del ph. in 3: Pittsburg 4. A? Louis 3; Brooklyn J. 1] inngs. American At Ciovel.-uid 0: Philadelphia 5. Eastern At Jers.-y J-. rsey City 4; .Providence 3. At i Toronto 2; Montreal 1. j At i'Rochester 5; Buffalo 4. (Called in !8th, rain. Baltimore-Newark, no gamef rain. I Northwestern At j Vancouver 3: Seattle 1. 18 inngs. j At j Spokane 5; Tacoma 0. At 'Aberdeen 3: Portland 1. 19 inncs; STREET to; Post Office Block Eat hi Booths and be New England staurant Is the best. We sell it Chow Sam Co. WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE STANDING Won Lost P.C. j Medicine Hat 54 26 .C7G j Winnipeg 55 33 .625 J Calgary 45 36 .555 40 4W Jaw 41 43 .488 Regina 35 41 .461 Brandon 33 55 .384 Edmonton 23 52 .307 The cement foundation is being laid for the addition to Westminster school. A stearr. cement mixer is be- ing- used on the job. POOL supplied with the BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA And is cool, briglit aim pleasant. Best Cigars and Tobaccos in stock Berber Shop in Connection Basement of OliTer ;