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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, JULY 2, SPORTC (Continued from Page Three.) FOOTBALL MATCH Consolation race, 440 ner (hat) Hiukely (set vest 1. uttons) Boys' race tinder 14 M. Dims- worth (ritte) Watson (bridle ami Sack race Wedd (pair of boots) Robinson (pocket kniiV) Brown. Ladu-s' race Miss Johnston i doz- en cabinet photos) Muss Hole (pic- ture) Mrs. Cameron. Three-legged race .Robinson and Wedd Cardell and Permefather Brown and Arnold. I Football tournament Grassy Lakej (one goal and one point) beiu O. E. i made a splendid shot through the lower corner of the goal. Grassy j Lake got its only tally at this junc- ture. The seventh for the S. 0. E. In the first half Barber scored twice while Caudwcll and Holbvrton eaehjdoman A team (one found the- net once. In the team (four goals) beat S. O. E. HolbertoB scored again. Then Barber jB team (no Cullies' A team; troal one point) beat Callies' Bj I team (one goal) Finals. O. E. AJ iteam (one goal one point) beat G-ras- isy Lake (no Callies ruled; was a fluke going in off one of for non-appearance. Prizes, first; Grassy Lake backs from a ball head- jset of military brushes second, foun j ed backwards by Holberton. Tabrtim ;tftirt s- O. E. winning was an efficient referee in this as in! included Smith goal, Farris and Chis j the games of the tournament. !wick backs. Holberton and Stephen-! 'son forwards. Grassy Lake. Thonip- j Prizes Presented Tr i son goal. Hutton and A. Raisbeck i In the evening in ihe new publicity 'backs and forwards. building or grandstand, which for- tunately was sufficiently advanced in. its structure ro he used, the prizes were distributed by Mrs. Henderson, wife of the mayor of the city. The mayor said that it was the best sports day ever held in the city and told of one a number of years ago only twenty-nine people were present. He hoped that the Sons of The FAMILY Theatre DAWSON MAY.............................Manager The. Campbells Hat Comedy Sketch Artists Seini Greatest Kussiau Violinist The Meyer Co. In comedy sketch. Lawyer Smart.'" A screaming comedy LATEST MOVING PICTURES Benventuto Cellini Darius; Maid, ftnd Beauty and the Beast PRICE 25c. ANY SEAT A Full Vaudeville and Picture Show LETHBRIDGE LOST AND TIED Yesterday's Games At Edmonton owing to the heavy ground, prevented either fast fielding or ba-se running. The EDMONTON' AB R H 0 A E Fire In Ashes AtOli vers O'Brien, ss -1 0 McGuire, 2b 40 Grajrion, lb 4 1 Brvunun. 3b 30 Burridgv, c 4 0 Moran. If 30 Smith, rf 4 1 Parker, cf 4 0 Lee, p 3 0 McNeill. p 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 Afill About o'clock there was a sniall J'jof the till.' in phuiiiiL' ou the ft J..H.JI.II- -.I.. P ash-heap along the The (brigade was quickly scene and extinguished tho 0 da mag. was end off which j' Edmonton. July the as- i j sistance of the weather, combined j j with heavy hitting the Irishmen won j LETHBRIDGE I this morning's game from the cf j bridge Miners by the score of 3 to 1. I Cox, If At the end of the first h alf of the Jack Corrigan, rf known 32 210, ladd-.-: Mil tlv AB -1 -i 3 Taylor, 3b 2 Kelly. 2b................. 4 P j ashes nesday Morf any burning the ends oi It is riot irteii fs out .of the garce for the s Time. 1.15. Umpires, Lezie and Me- mer. He is much disappointed, ?CeilL expresses regret that he was foH to disappoint the management he pushed in eight, runs. The men from j was smiling and was acknowledged 17 Xorth Ward Egg and spoon race for little "iris- "arfl came riffht back The sbc rounds Pretty Maggie Thompson (gold bracelet) ;four but were unable to overcome the Hazel Jackson (work basket) The batteries Press Club, i afld the affect of Ross' work had lit- Duda 220 yards rac J Brandon 19 1 much all Johnson. He was verv fast ploose l9 Mary W. Haynes (gold watch) E, M. Sickles (gold clock) J. M'ead (gold fob) time, 27 sec. Married women's race Mrs. Me- Lean (So) Mrs. 'Cameron (S3) Mrs Hack Tate and Reid Anderson. _ North Ward, Parsons NORTH WARD BOYS GOT THE GLOVES to 4. Vancouver lost to Xew Westminster in lacrosse by but one goal yester- day. In the second half Vancouver led by two goals. Nearly 3.000 peo- pie saw the ,1-aine. Billy Laudcr. of Calgary, knocked out Harry Lombard, of Chicago, in j the 17th round of what was sched- for the local club by five events to responsible for the loss of the three, as follows: jgame. The critical moment of the SINGLES j Same was in the eighth when Lee, Harman, L, won from Kennedy. M. j occupied the mound for the L. won from ZVIcKinnon, M j the Miners to Farran, L, won from Gillespie, M. i run- tieing the score. (Harris, L, won from Barnes, McGuire. that DOUBLES jrtently training" Kennedy O-.u-Ias. M. won from'stunt, called 3" race between an-d Power, L. j by j -MacKinnon and Gillespie, won! from Newcombe and Farran, j Harris and Wedd, L, won from I Barnes and Barnes. 31. Total Lethbridge wins, 5 Maclcod wins. 3. L. stands for Lethbridge, and 31'for IVIacleod. TABER WON AT LACROSSE te; LOOPS GAP GRAND SPECsACULAR FREE STREET PARADE 10 a.m. For form ances Tvro and Eight p.m. Doors Hour Earlier Lethbridge, Wednesday, July 7th 'NE BIG ,DAY uied for a 20 round jro, at Xorth Vancouver. The event was fought in the open air in an electric lighted ring in the presence of people. Jn the National Lacrosse Union yesterday at Ot.tnwn. SharnvocVs de- feated the Capitals by nine to rMirhi'. and in Toronto the Torontos dejVnten the Xatior.a'.s of to five. Added Energy From FIG PILLS comes to who take Fin Pills. Everybody needs them NOW, because they build up the system, inspire you with sew interest in life, and DES- TROY THE BLUES. A box or two will work wonders on the run-down system. Get a box today, 25c a box. or five boxes for For snle by Alberta Drug Co. Lee for an to .si structed him to limber -up right arm. with {he result that Leo i braced up and 'nulled himself out'of! a dangerous'hole. McXeill Was ?ent in in the ninth, fanning the throe men who came up before him. From i start to finish the -game -.vas excitin- in the extreme, although a trifle slow Louis 2 finrionati 3. I American. f At Ifew. York- Vashington 2 Xew York 4 At (First hiladflphia 8; Boston 4. (Second Game) "niladelphia 7: Boston 2. At Chicago 3 St. Louis 4. At 'Detroit 1 Cleveland 7. Eastern At Rochester Buffalo 4 Rochester 5. At Providence 3 Jersey City Northwestern At Seattle- Spokane 7 Seattle 4. At Vancouver 3 Tacoma -i. At Portland (10 o Portland 1. The intermediate lacrosse went to Taber yesterday but v worst of the game 5 to 1. The bo stacked up against the best in Tab supplemented by three seniors fro Medicine Hat and one from Cran- b'ropk. The boys had their share of the game but found Lloyd Cook, Taber goalkeeper, almost nable- FIRST j American At Chicalo 0 St. Louis 2. At. S? o Detroit 9. NTew lington 1: vew York ye 1: Boston 3. I Eastern f City Northwestern LeafU 4 Seattle 6. 1 Portland 0. Harness Best materials That looks well That fits well That wears well Expert workmanship Piiaes that will boar comparison A. EASTON Nextlcf A. Macdonald Co. Beside Haxdware i When you'te tired of cooking on these hot days, just re- member that the Alexandi a set v e s delicious meals at popular prices. IPs a restful, cool, airy place to lunch o? dine N. H. Murray Prop. lea, Cd Fool. LA, 4ga 11 build Ipecifi. >r and Tenj. N St.. t to ruction, cost you fdge P. cou- esti- iinds of includ- Box 512 Builder laranteed 141-6 nurse, trnity hos- ear the El 1909. Phont ;