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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDOE DAILY HERALD, TUESDAY, AUGUST K IM. SPO AND AMUSEMENTS lOOSE JAW HAD AN EASY VICTORY; Time Was Lethbridge! a Serious Contender For j Last Night's Game I STO A '-JO K Darkly of AM Be-himl Bat in This the Paddy Welch, the high priced fling artist who now wears a Robin Hood was lucky night. Nme j hits ami seven free were taken from hinr for only five runs, while j eight hits and six complimentaries from Si Pieh -netted eight rims for the Robins. True, the made throe bungles at znost inappropriate times, but even at thai they ..were f lucky aiyd Fortune had I 'for the Two errors and two hits gave thr- -JOE LTXCH flis knowledge of the game and visitorsvthree runs, winning lead in J-DOW it should bo played is unsurpass- up the field, but fell fron: the right comer did the trick. That was one for the Cal- lies and the Scots were in ecstacies. "Turn about is fair and It jdkin't take .the S. 0. K.'s long to' re- taliate. They got a Corner again an.l this time something di-d happen, but what it really was could hardly be figured out. One thing is certain, however, and that is that the ball passed the posts making the score a tie. A tie it was destined to remain. r MOVING LPIC7URHS, ADVANCF-D VAUDEVILLL 1. A Day ii Washington 2. The luifuratioi tf deal Taft Presi- ta- rn .1 t- PRICES I5c AND 2Cc The Thatehs In a fuany sketch entitled John's Engagement Harry Lancaster and Jessie Millar, Presenting _, n.uuij Discontentod Woman Little Teddy, in Comedy Songs NOTICE OHUiTEHS Hi N GF-ENSliD A meeting for the purpose of organising'a lodge of the above .will be 'held in. Odd- fellow's Hall on Wednesday: Aug. 25th. -at 8 p.m. All da lighters arid Sons of Eng land invited to attend. The Standard Garage ood Street, behind Steam Laundry Work done at all hours day or nigbt X" HAZEL LINK W. OLIVER, Jux. Thanking' the public for the'- credit given to the club cafe for quick service and first class meals, I wish to state that Charlie Castle, formerly of the Castle Hotel has the complete management of the kitchen and dining room of this high class restaurant using only white union help. Hence we can further guarantee the public better service than ever. Sincerely soliciting your patronage, I remain, 'Your servant. any ordinary garnr with Welch in ;ed_ the box. "But, not satisfied witJi that on making _ one at a time htf up -to the end of the chapter. 51 no-t been for the great JIad s witn knack of thing. at tlw great power behind thi1 bat for Lc-thbrKkre team. j pitchers' coucti there is none jn his equal. Chesty Cox. g batter, has but very on him at weilding- the willow. rine judgment when running the valuable asset to must meet again, whcnyit is hoped S.O.E. AND CALLIES PLAY ANOTHER TIE .Toe Lynch they might have got, more But. they persisted in attempting to -purloin second Joe kept catch ing'them -cold until five in all had taken ,the cross-country walk home, (bases Is another K is safe betting that Taylor's bunch will have due respect for Joe's wing ______________ hereafter. But even though they got so many runs, there was only _ono of them earned, and that' was in the -third when two hits and a couple of brought in Olmstead- Two passes. a choice and O'Haver's sacri- fice fly meant another in the next. A poke in the slats, outs and a hit up another in the fifth. A hit and a wiM throw made it in the seventh. things finished the tallying.' in the final stage. (disaster for thuir stalwart oppon- jFarris- the third ohe "M'iners broke .the i Stevensnn lents. But "the best laid plans o' surface when -'oe drew n. pass, stoif j _ Ghiswick secoiKl and came in ok Cox's drive to men gang aft aglec." has not yet been 'decided. The Callies failed to get in. those cus- tomary at the end of the game and bad to conten with a sturdy defence, long kicks counted a great deal in the [keeping the ground clear around his the territory, and kept the ball HE MADE A TRIPLE PLAY Baseball is a game to which strong objections as well ias preferences are taken. But all will admit that for st'ar'tlmg incidents it cannot be equalled in the whole- world of sport. Take the following from .the report a recent Cleveland-Boston Am- erican league game: "To little Neal Ball, 5 feet 4 ins. grit brain, a utility infielder. I that fortune will sinile more un- I substituting for the great Lajoie of iequally on one or the other and re-! the Cleveland team, .goes the joy of jliuve tbe suspense. (making baseball history. Ball made Rcfenjc Tabrum deserves a word of; a triple play, first praise in passing. It is no oasy mat- j one in the history of the big league. (ter to referee a game of football as i "And while the crowd were still [fast as the games these .two teams cheering itself hoarse, standing on {are putting up, and that Tabrum did Eat in Booths and be secluded at the V. RODGERS ously near to the Dailies' goal till the end of the game. The end saw the victoty undecided, and the teams jit to the satisfaction of all I without saying-. The Gallics were looking for an.' t .The following is the line up easy victory over the Sons of Eng- v-, i I Scms ot England Caledonians while two or three j Iand last nigbtthe former game, led ofT with a large promise of victory which. however, as the game wore on. failed to material the Callies" defence proving more than a match for the repeated i-ushes, and although haunted rtihe strong- hold of' the Scots, for, a long while it seemed impossible to get it between the poles. at the beginning of the- Joyce get a. long shot but Boss Miners fell on Paddy for a puss was-waltfng for it. Stevenson on the three hits in a row. but back, line played a lovely game, -two-were in he tightened up and tan- jaml iaany attempted try >jied Bell and Townsebd. I right forward, made was hot a hair raiwjr. although there was lots of good piuy. Alter his first boot, which was most .excusable. Bell settled down i and took ten chances in great style. Townsend nnd Jack ha-d lots of work rand they did it well, while s j jwgging to second is deserving of a j second special mention, Jaws. Olmstead'di-d some clever work at short and Godfrey in left oeli-cr- ed the -goods and dkl the big hitt-ng as well. There was a new figure the diamond dressed in umpire but as for fwing an umpire .there i mistake. Farrer is the worst I'm'i of a novice and what he doesn't i now j about the game fill a -rge h'ook. t The score Ali T. TI 0 A -E OT-layer, lb 3 2 1 10 1 0 Anthony, rf c 5 1 0 3 0 0 Olmstea-d. ss 3311 40 3b 511310 Ward, c 301300 j Taylor, rf 1 0 U 0 0 0 Godfrey, If 403500' Williams, cf 311000; Smith, 2b 2 0 0 1 1 0: Welch, D 4001-30: goal K. back L. back R. H. C. Boss Smith Anderson. Crawford Firth Clarke Smith Holberton 'Barber -Toycc L. H. back. McLlveney out. forward Olivar inside forward Page centre McOfurtry inside left LeitcJi out. left Heathering-ton BASEBALL RESULTS Western, Canada At Edmonton 3; Brandon 2. Batteries: Grady and Kelly; Mor- 33 AB 3 I jeth -loe Corrigan, cf Cox. If 5 Corrigan, rf 4 il.cGarry, 4 -Jjynch, c................... f> Bell, ss 4 Townsend, lb 4 Chicken, 2b 3 Tien, p 4 8 27 10 H O A O 2 1 100 2 4 1 2 1 2 2 4 5 0 5 5 0-10 0 112 101 5 0 27 17 3 runs, Moose Summary Earned Jaw "1, Lebhbridge 3 Two-base hit. Chicken. Sacrifice fly, O'Hayer. Sto- len Vases, 0'Hc.ycr, Williams, .lack Corrigan, Jcc Corrigan. Bases on balls; off Welch 6, off 3. Hit by pitcher, Olmstead ,2r O'Haycr, Town- send, Struck out, by Welch 3, by, Pick 4.. Double play, JocJ Corrigan' Lynch to Bell. Left on bases. Afoosc Jaw 5. Lethbridge 13. Time 3.50, Attendance 300. Umpire, Far- rnr. Keep Young Ill-fitting, badly made clothes not only make one look old and but actually cause premature decay.' Think of a man being in .badly fitting clothes for two-thirds of his life. "ProgressBrand" Clothing keep a man young because it makes him look young and feel young. Don't let your clothes wear you out Wear "Progress Brand." IT Vimtorg A Limtol, rell and Stingle. Umpire Voss. Second Edmonton .....500 000 7 2 6 3 Batteries: Sterling and Kelly: Sen- ton and Stanley'.' Umpire VOSF, At Medicine Eegina 142 000 Medicine Hat 400 022 Batteries: Goldrich and Gardiner; Nelson, Whisman.and Davidson. Um- pire Grimes. At Winnipeg Calgary.................012 Rush and Sheehan; Mil- ler and Anderson. Umpire Sinister. Game called in National At Chicago 11: Boston 6. At Philadelphia 0; Pittsburg 2. At St. Loui? 0; Brooklyn 7. Second Game- Si. Louis 9: Brooklvn 1: At New York- Cincinnati 9, New York 12. American At New York 1; Chicago 5. At Cleveland- Cleveland 6; Philadelphia 12. At Detroit 11; -Washington 6. At St. St. Louis 2: Boston 3. Eastern t Newark 3: Rochester 0. At Buffalo- Buffalo 4; Baltimore 3. At Providence 3: Montreal 2. At Jersey 5: Toronto 2. Northwejtern At Seattle 4; Vancouver 1. At Tacoma-33; Portland 6. At Spokane 0; Aberdeen 1. chairs and boxes and pounding each other madly on the back and tear- ing hats to pieces, the same Neal, the first batter up in the beginning of -the next inning, 'slams the first ball pitched" fe the fence for a home run. "When Neal gets' 'to be a hundred years old, "lame, .Aeumatic. tooth- less and he will record tki1 -.greatest minute of his life, to be that day at 2.23 at Cleveland, 0. "Four homer and a double among put outs and two assists, and the unassisted was Ball's record for the day. was playing against the Rips. Cleveland -Had two runs. Boston -with one man on first and .second and none out, little McCon-' nell the nard hitter at bat, looked likely to tie the score at least. "Cy Young- had two strikes and balls on McConnell. Now the next a'll thro-wn -would mean some- .thing doing. Wagner, on second, and Stahl on first, started mth-Cy {Young's arm. -McConncll's bat, a furious smash over clean single -with one, run assured. "But was Ball, the. sub-' stitute' shortstop, dashing for it. Tt New England Restaurant New Hill Block I Electric Fans Good Menu too quick for him to figure it out. He just jumped blindly for 'the flying- sphere. T-Tjp ball" hit the out- stretched fingers of his eager prlovf. It stuck. One out. "He was 'leaping onward toward second base when he got the ball. j One more jump and he had touched j second base. Two out. i "Jake Stahl. running from first, was charging into second. So quick the play been worked that he didn't 'have time "to check his speed. One more jump by little Ball 'and the ball is shoved against Stahl's ribs., Three out. "And then the Cleveland rooters, who had been watching anxiously, went entirely yelling maniacs." We're Proud of Our Cook So are the people who eat at Cafe FORD STREET Next to Post Office Block NOTICE The Dakota Poor Room On Ford St. opposite Postoffice, formerly man- aged by 31. Murray lias changed hands and will hereafter be managed by Fred Lougly, form- erly of the B. Wallace Cigar Store. He kindly-in- rites his friends to call and see him and assures them a choice line of cigars and tobacco to choose Tourg. FRED, LONGLY HARRY LANCASTER JESSIE: MILLER We are still the usual serving GOOD MEAL at the CUE RESWT AT THE EUREKA THIS WEEK An instructive and interesting tour of the city of B.C., is put on in motion pictures this week- at tile Eureka, showing also the in- auguration of President Taft. Also so .good comics ,are run off including the story of "Neglected who is transformed by a- tonsorial- artist to youth, .and the old gentleman has a time at 1 the expense'of-his neglectful relations. i Harry "Lancaster "and Jessie- Miller, a team put on "A Dis- contented Woman." The wife, who has prepared- elope with another man, alters in a very de- cided, .manner when the husband -who "gets falls heartily in -with the arrangement AH ends .well. And still they make the nveefcs and weeks they have appeared in Lethbridge; pleasing every audience before -which they appear. Their sketch tiiis week "John's is excellent introducing a song-: by Mr. Thaten' which proved to be the real thing with the crowd. John's Hang- ing of the picture brought down the house (or at least a good 'part of it. including some electric fixtures, plas- ter, etc.) Little Miss Teddy took part" in some new and very catchy songs, and pleased the very much. The King Edward Restaurant i The Place to Gret a (rood Meal 21 Meals Board and Room a week Candies, Fruit, Cigars and Tobacco Round Street Next Lumber Yard WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE STANDING Won Lost Medicine Hat 55 26 .679 Winnipeg 56 34 Calgary............ 48 35 .573 Uthbrtdge 39 41 Moose 41 45 .477 Regina 36 44 .450 Brandon.......... 33 58 .363 25 58 ,325 POOL supplied with the BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA And is cool, bright and pleasant. Beat Cigars and Tobaccos in stock Barber Shop in of Oliver TUDHOPE FATORCY IN the large buildings which covered al- ORILLIA DESTROYED most naif a block, were a heap of rr ruins. Es-} The Tudhope loss on the factory and stock will be close on to 000. The loss on nine houses about and that on the bakery 000. The insurance -of the factorv is It Out and Loss Is "at: About "FJre "Wiped timated xAug. after- noon about two '-o'clock fire broke out in the- Tudhope Carriage and Auto- mobile factory and within two "hours j For FLOORS TABLES CHAIRS OILCLOTHS AND ALL INTERIOR WOODWORKJ On JUST USE WW CAMPBELL'S I The Original nsw In Stock and for Sale by STAFFORD AGNEW CO. If out of town write us' ;