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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 25, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETMBRIOQE DAILY MEBALO. WebfiltDAV, AUOOST 88, IW. AND AMUSEMENTS BASEBALL RESULTS McNEIL PITCHED CLASSY BALL Stnck Out Nine Men In Hte Innings "Miners Won Handily Chicken, Sb McNeil p ... II was rather chilly last night. But that wasn't the reason that the Kobin Hoods got such a freeze out. They had Tacfo McNmI to blame foT that. Nine strike outs lor Tacks out of fifteen men up is a record worth having, especially when you add th*t the fact tlhat Moose Jaw got only one. lonely hit in the first. Well, that Sb pitching some all right. , Chicken played a strong gam� too, and that home run wasn't all either, �lthougl}i it was a peach. Chick had only one chance leit to hit it, but that was �nongfli. lit was ii beaut. He didn't have to hurry home either. Added to that Chick got a two-bagger in .the second that started tiliose runs lhbridge-He will have a nice little neat of J"*-' Corrigan, cf . goose eggu to brood over lor a whilp. j " ................ �nd *he worst of it w.ig, they could-i ^'�*'�" ixownsewi.'lb nbut the resit werti markd ' tii..eL> -"�spit" balls were apparently ol the ;;:l walked and Joe Corrigan got to first on Walters' error. Ohesty Cox wiis good for a nice sale hit. That, let McNeil home anid Ohesty followed when.'iMcGarry. placed the ball out in right field mnd Taylor "bit the dust" in a vain attempt to secure it. Those four looked good for | : start. : j There wa.s notWnp doing in tlit I third for Moose, Jaw, but there may have been if Ohicfcon had n'lt mada that .star catch, ft was a liigh swift one but Cdxick jnadr.' a jump .=�nd .'got it with his bare iiand. The Mtn-e.r.H failpd to scot". again anetwcen I^othbridge and Moose Jaw will he played. The ofB-c'ial league umpiro at 6 o'clock tonight will call pla.v ball at 'the A-th-letic Park for the last time this season. Corrigan's colts will have a final opiK)rtunity of displa^�^ng their cl;ass on their home diamond. This game means considerable to. Leth-bridge or Moose -Jaw as both teams are hot contenders for a place in the first division, and are equally an-.\ioiis to end the season in fourth I place or better. There seems but j little chan�> of either team getting I any liighor however. It Lothbridgo closes tl�u season in I fourth place the fans here will have A FLICKERLESS MACHIhfE Something to show the progress of our city is the way the latest invention finds a ready market here. Last night was shown for the first time In our city the latest works of 'J'hos. Edison, in the way of a moving pic-1 tare machine. This machine was iin-1 ported thfougVinnipeg, for the L.vceum manage- j mont from Orange, N. J. This machine is guarauteod by the manufacturers to produce a positive (lickcrless picture. -The machine was tested on Saturday night oncl found to be perfect, and nil that was claimed of it by its manufacturers. I ,ast night this iiiotiel of mafhines j wa.�i��s���e�������� ���#� Winnipeg Calgarv 000 000 O- 013 105 00.x-13 12 2 i the adverse and uncontrollable circum Spiiiser and -Vndcr.son: Geeh�n. Stand istance- that the I^jtbbrldge clnb Sad jrklge aiKl Sheehan; umpire, Shuster. L Manager Corrigan has trul.v (Rvening Game) 000 000 0-0 WinniiMig Calgar.v Cierzoii and Sheehan; umpire. Shuster. 4 1 AB R H O A B ..4 1 2 0 0 o ..4 1 1 0 0 o ;. 1 0 0 1 1 o ..4 0 10 1 0 .. a 1 i �,o o .311011 ..2 0 1 3 .0 0 ..8 2 2 2 o 0 ..0 2 0 0 1 0 24 8 915 4 1 M.v innings-Moose .law.................... 000 00-4> l�thbridgo...................... 040 13-g Suiunmry : r inside intormation that we'were ae-�" j verely haadicappod at the outset. .Vs near as can be discovered out of I-ethfbridge w�s late in organizing, the football tangle in Calgary, Leth- Corrigan wa� not chosen as manager bridge meets tlie celebrated Callies. hjirdly aver tww weoka before the seethe holders of the Bennett and Pan- son opened and with such extremely lo's Shields tonight. ,ln the former limited time to- select his players it eomi�otltio�n, but it is not made naturally folio.wad that�team y, and: iust ua we were pusbing on to victory, we are crippled by the retirement ot. a. secqtnd ba>senuai , and soon after that alnothor misfortune befell Indian I'a.ylor when he was fore put of the ^uue with a dislocated today, teams from all over Canada, shoulder. I'erforce the line-up was Vancouver has sent the celebrated shot to pieces and: erratic ball was Celtics, and this team seems to have ffot the hoWors stored. Then tho Begina Victorias, a good team, in-deo.;!, the United Westerns ol Winnipeg, Hiv.l In all probability the C.P.B. ajpsrogation from Montreal. Ueferpes will be appointed tonight, ami they will have the pleasure of giving woixis of advice ami warning �to .tile teams at a meeting to follow. The games open tomorrow morning ami as a preltminar.v there is to bo a proces.sion of the teams in automobiles, hiwlod b.v the band, and acconi panictd by the ma.vor and officials. A -smoking concert will be given the visiting teams on Saturday night on the conclusion of the matches. I.othbi-idgo has oertninl.v not sent �its team, but may they got their fair share of the luck ,nd bring either ono or both trophies home with them. � TENNIS Tlie following gentlemen will reprc-.sent the Letbbridge Tennis Club in their match with the Taber Tennis club, at Taber, on Saturday. Au'i -f*-28th: W. Newcombo, G. H. Hnrmiiu, H. H. Morton, E. Power, and 1. Web}). Train leaves Letbbridge (or Taber at 3.10 p.m. the outcome. But in the face of mifl-ifortune .lack Corrigan was not to be beaten. With: his. Irish peraeverence and aggressiveness which you con see he is principally made up of, .lack never (juit but went right ahead to build up his- team: anew and success was his to the e.^teat that now he has one of the best Imtting- and fielding teams playing in Class C l>all. Too much cuiiniot be said of the pitching staff t,ha,t manager Corrigan has Ijeen; able to. bring together. There is not one of the mmendng 8.30 prompt Ther AU Say That | Haxdwood's 1 Ice Cream The Texture of s loaf is best observed by cutting it in two with a sharp knife. The hon-e.v-coinbed structure of the loaf should he even throughout. HYGIENIC BREAD has that even texture. It does not contain those large cavities so common in ordinary bread. J TOMPKINS MoKaytt. Northward ��������......��� {Tlie Uberti' Is the best. We sell it % Chow Sam Co. The Menu at ^ is as extensive aa any in ^ the city. Open day and night. ^ * Everything in season. ^ We are Still serving the usual GOOD MEAL at the CiUlDlllE RESlkUMNT The Standard! Carase I Wood street, behind Bteam | Laundry Work done at all hours day or night Hazel Link W. Oliver, Jon. l^e 1^ Edward Restaurant The Place to Get a Good Meal 21 Meals $5 Board and Room $7 a week Candies, Fruit, Cigars and Tobacco Bound Street . . Next Lumber Yard' UPTON'S POOL ROOM Is tnppli�d If ith the BEST nXTURES IN ALBERTA And:is cool, bright and plMsant. Beat Oinars and Tobaooosin stock Barber Shop in Conneetioa / ~ Basement of Oliver Block ;