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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, JULY 3, ton 4, LethbricUre 4. Bases on balls. McN'eill 3. Cox 3. Struck out, Mc- Xeill 4. 0. Hit by pitcher, by M'cXeill 2. 1'asswi "nun. Lynch. Time 11.35. Umpiro. Donnelly. Attendance BASEBALL RESULTS FULLER ACCOUNT OF YES- TERDAY MORNING'S GAME Western Canada At Medicine Medicine Hut 001 000' raltrary 021 000 5 Campbell and i-dsou "Parkes ui-d lliseler and dcuchcv. Umpire. Here's Your New Collar! BEDFORD FAMOUS CVSTLE 50c. At (Spoeial to The Edmonton, .July ed the Irishmen in a hotrin o tion here this nwning. the score be- j 201 7 ing 3 to 0. Chesty Cox occupied .j.iw llO 001 3 mound for Lclhhridge whil.1 McNeill yftn Zandt and Anderson Mearson performed for Edmonton. Lack o: Anthony. Umpire, Duff, support to both pitchers was very j At evident and -ame was very "n-jBrandon 000 010 interesting. The ghastly details OOO 000 2 CHICAGO BLOOMERS VS. j Heinrich and Stinsrle Sporer and DOMINION DAY RACES AT CLARESHOLM At 2 for 25c. you can Jv-y this shape In EU: Brar.J i hereto appended The score Lethbridge 003 000 4 0 Edmonton G'6 Box EDMONTON AB K H 0 A E O'Brien, ss 4001 McGuire. 2b 3 0 1 -t Gragion. Ib 4 0 1 13 Brennan, 3b 4003 Lee. rf 3000 Burridge, c 4025 Moran. If 3000 Parker, cf 4021 McXeill. p 3000 5 1 3 1 0 0 4 S 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 32 0 AB R H 3 1 0 LETHBRTTinE Corrigan. cf Cox, p 5 1 Jack Corrigan. rf 4 0 Taylor. 3b 3 0 Kelly. 2b 4 0 Lynch, c 4 0 Shea, If 4 0 Bell, ss 3 0 Townsend, Ib 3 1 6 27 14 0 A 0 0 1 0 000 110 232 0 S 1 031 Gardner. Umpire Dyer. Northwestern At Seattle- Spokane 6 Seattle 12. At Portland- Aberdeen 3 Portland 1. -j_ i At n'Tacoma 0 Vancouver 3, Q Eastern i 0 At Jersey lj Jersey City 7 Newark 3. 0 i At OJ Baltimore 2: Providence 1. 0 j American At 6 Philadelphia 1 Boston 0. PRESS CLUB TONIGHT ;John Wells, won Cluresholm. July Dominiot Day celebration wus a gigantic sue cess. There were between one anc two thousand people on the grounds i jr.ost of whom found their way to 'the race truck in the afternoon when ithe best races ever held in Clures- holm were pulled o'J. The feature event was the Claresholm IVrby foi Alhortu bred hor-ses. race which it i> hopi-d tvri an diiiuuil one. ami ;this was carried ofT after a groat by I'lVisy The win- ner was objected to for foul riding, but the judges did not consider that there was sufficient evidence to just- ify it and the objection. trot or pace, mile best 3 in i. I Clyde W. Powley, Moose Jaw Little Buck, .seroiui C. Crist. Cal- gary. Koumlury Boy. third. Little Huck the first two heats but fell lame in the third ami the three concluding heats went, to Clyde el i pace or 2.35 trot 0 1 010 33 3 4 26 11 Summary Left on bases, Edtnou- When e tired of cooking- on these hot days, just re- member that the Atexandta serves delicious meals at popular prices. Ifs a restful, cool, airy place to lunch ot dine N. H. Murray Prop. E j At 0 Cleveland 2 Detroit 3. 3 Oi At 0 0 Chicago 15 St. Louis 3. 0 0 At New 2 0 Washington 0 New York 3. 0' National 0; At (First game) 0 j Pittsburg 0 Chicago 8. i (Second Game) 0 j Pittsburg 4; Chicago 2. At J (First ffame) Philadelphia 5 Boston 4. i (Second Game) Philadelphia 0 Boston 3. At Brooklyn- Brooklyn 5 7 New York 3. The baseball ffame tonight between the Chicago and .the Pr-.-ss s-hould be an exceptionally uood one. it beiiiir proba'bly the only oppor tunity iho fans of l.ethbridge will have of seeing a team of ladies piay baseball. There should be a large attendance of the fair sex to encour- J. Reynolds. Claresholm, Gaiety Girl age the girls. The Bloomers are J. Robertson. Claresholm, Ad- terminei! to the Press Club a miral Togo, second. AVon in three hard time of it before they can win. -straight heats. Best time, 2.39A. The girls are some ball players at Thtw of pace_ Burnell Lethbridge, Pathfinder. Sutherland. Cal- gary, Dexter, second J, Suther- that as evidenced by the game they played at Pincher Creek on Do- minion Day. They were beaten by a score of 4 to 3. and made the home- steaders of the Creek play their best. The game starts at ti-30 at the Athletic Park and the admission is Gate Grand Stand BASEBALL INCIDENT i i AT MEDICINE HATi QUEEN OF THE CARNIVAL CONTEST Diamond Ring to be Given to the Lucky Lethbridge Girl, by the Brown Amusement Company lami. Calgary, Alberta Boy. third C. U'. Gray, Lethbridge, Earl Grey, fourth; .1. Robertson. Claresholm, Nibs, fifth. Won in three straight heats. Merchants' Purse. R. Dooley, Macleod, Irish Lad, _____ won H. E. Lyon. Blairmore, Ros- jalra. second; S. G. Baird, Calgarv, CUedicine Hat News) .Redwing, third M. McLean. Leth- Medicine Hat, June 29, j bin-rise. O'Day, fourth. The winner Sporting Editor of The News j ma-de the whole of the running and Dear Sir is rumored that I! WOn fairly easily. Time, 1.03. j tried to bribe the pitcher of the pro-1 Claresholm Derby, 1 1-16 miles- I fessional ball team in the game Re- 1 R. Cooper, Pincher Creek, Greasy j _ Pete, won J. F. Rea, Claresholm, Llandaff, second W. McKenzie, Hac- i leod. Royal George, third A. E. Clareshol; Section 23--W. 4 The Terminus of Construction for 1909 of the C.P.R. Lethbridge-Aldersyde Branch Lots at this point will he Offered for Sale at Public duction on the Towsite on JULY at 10a.m. This Townsite i? surrounded by the cream of the Alberta Winter Wheat district, lias ex- tensive deposits of coal and sandstone near at hand, and offers exceptional attractions to home-builders on account of its sanitary and picturesque location overlooking the Little Bow River, and must necessarily become to g-ina vs. Medicine Hat which was jhave taken place this afternoon. As the president. Mr. C. S. has informed me that Pitcher Nelson. was the persou whom 1 bribed, Claresholm, Lion, fourth j that he had evidence that such Duttafi- Pincher Creek' Rosti- was; blltLW U.W .UCLU C4J-CH- .JWWAA vw o_7 the case, and furthermore that .the i .Pete was favoriw executive committee held a meeting over this matter, and decided if jto 2 with even money taken, about could prove tfwir case I would be de- prived from entering the public the best of a s or baseball grounds" in future. Mr. Editor, in justice to mv- aQd to Greas-v linff start CUt OUt the work at trom Royal with Uandafl The most important point between Lethbridge and Calgary For plans, upset prices oflots and terms of sale apply to C. W. Carman, Carmangay; W. Toole, Calgary Milnes Noble, Claresholm; or to C.RR. LAND DEPARTMENT, Winnipeg T. GRIFFIN, Land Commissioner J. L. Asst. Land Commissioner vote a val, being a of the carnrral. The cost of votes will -be 5c. the lady receiving the largest number will be _ _ _ _ _ the above" prize" will "be t0 PltCb afteriloon Same'! Aelson or Welsh, distributed all over town and boxes placed at convenient pointe in which] U 1S that the game was the i Nelson to throw awav the ffame. raue from the and and more than that I did not iSulted in the nrnwnprt nnppr, and nOt this who Royal crowned queen nad receive __ j George beaten a length for second amounted to Lots in the Townsite of Borons on E. i-16-12-23-W-4 will be offered for sale on the following day persons can deposit their votes enclos j accoUrit of rain as J amj iug the amount for the number of woul? have won votes purchased. You can vote as of- ten as you like providing you en- close the wherewith. j place. The stakes Time, 1.55. Dominion Day Purse, R. Dooley, Macleod, Irish Lad, afternoon game on their own merits, j D' Lioness In conclusion. Mr. Editor, I M' McLean' __ O S. G. Baird, Calgary, La-dy Blackbird, fourth, and Lioness raced Irish Lad through- CIRCUS DAY LETHBRIDGE say that I have always done my best for the good and welfare of good, clean sport (amateur more particular i and I believe I have a friend orL ,_ T two in Medicine Hat who will Lad out first a head on the erroneous report, and Trben-j WaS a bad third- Time 1-19' ever it is brought up it will be given I R- Button. Togo, won A. Fernie, Phone 417 if you want the best work done on Repairs, Alterations, etc I E.W.Kingston Room 2 Begin Block Goods called for and returned for the space Mr. WEDNESDAY, July 7, Campbell Bros. Shows CIRCUS MENAGERIE Truthfully Advertised Honorably Conducted A STUPENDOUS AGGREGATION, Travelling with a flat denial. Thanking you Editor, I am, Yours faithfully, FRED 5. PI.VGLE. Scotch Lad. second. GUN CLUB SHOOT SCHOLES WON AT NELSON Nelson, B. C., July 42 Double Length Cars' 3 Bands 3 3 Rings 3 500 Horses 650 People Double Herd of Perform- ing Elephants 21 Cages of Wild Animals P. you inform me if tha j Scholes. of Toronto, defeated T. D. president and executive commit isc Desbrisay, champion of the Pacific have power to bar any citizen, j Coast and a resident of Nelson, by or bad, from the public -F. I short length and a.half in -a sculling race this .evening at six o'clock. S. P. GOOD DAY'S SPORT on Dominion The g-un club events Day were as follows First Event (Ten Singles) D. Johnson, gun case. G. McNab, 100 shells. P. Withers, razor. Second Event (Ten Bird Sweepstake) G-. McNab. D. Johnson. L. Mackenzie. Third Event (20 Bird Team Shoot) Scholes took the lead after a sharp AT__RN struggle in the first hundred yards, I Winning team souvenir silver spoon t, B. C., and aitbough the Nelson man fought of Lethbridge. Losing teani bought FAMILY DAWSON MAY.............................Manag The Campbells Hat Comedy Sketch Artists LATEST MOVING PICTURES Beuventuto Cellini Seini Greatest Russian Violinist Daring Maid, and Beauty and the Beast The Meyer Co. In. comtdy sketch, "Lawyer 8mart." A screaming comedy A Full5 Vaudeville and Picture Show Baseball .and Buffalo an gamely he was unable to get on even again. Both Added Attract.on. men finished in themselves NEW AND ASTONISHING FEATURES, Including DARE DEVIL RENALLO WHO LOOPS THE GAP GRAND SPECTACULAR FREE STREET PARADE 10 a.m. Two Performances Two and Eight p.m. Doors Open One Hour Earlier Lethbridge, Wednesday, July 7tfe ONE BIG DAY (Special to The Herald) 1 Femie, B. C., July was most pleasantly enjoyed here, good weather and a large crowd making everything and. every- body happy. Some 700 miners from Coal Creek and Fernie excurs'ioned to Elko but the crowd in the streets ofj Fernie was as large as has ever heen j j seen on such The baseball i I tournament participated in by toarns i Added Energy From FIG PILLS comes to those who take Fig Pills. Everybody needs them NOW, because they build up the system, inspire you with new interest in life, and DES- TROY THE BLUES. A box or two will work wonders on the run-down system. Get a. boXr today, 25c a box, or five boxes for For sale Alberta Drug Co. You can buy the best imported CIGARS AND TOBACCOS And enjoy a smoke, and at the game tijrne enjoy a game of BILLIARDS OR POOL at ______________ UPTON'S POOL ROOM Basement Olirer Block from Waldo, Elko and Feraie 'drew: largo crowds. The first game be- i tweeh. Fnrme and Elko was won by j the home team', thf score beiny six lo fo'ir. j The second between Forme ami! Waldo rcsultiri in Waterloo for, Waldo, the score- Ixnnrr 1 to G. 1 The third game between Elko and! Waldo resulted 7 to 4 in favor of Elko. The game for the champion- jship of the valley between the crack: Coal Crock football team and the j Fernie team resulted in a clean vic- tory in favor of Coal Creeks, score being B to 0: i In the horse racing events the; i -dusky men from Tobacco Plains, B.' C., carried oft the honors in all the1 racos. Jack Tgnatus taking first THE TIME second money in nil the races except' one tn which G. Chambers' "Bay; sugary ordors and to pay your sweet sack of flour for Gait hospital. Winning D. Johnson cap- tain Pilling, Mackenzie, Agnew, Ag- new, Hayr. Fourth and Out Shoot) shooting coat. 100 shells. 100 Consolation 1st 2nd 3rd 4th graph wires busy and finally secured' Bobby Watson, known in Chicago the act. Owing to the poor train service south it -is 'quite possible feat' they will not be, able to get here until Tuesday night. In that case- .they, will open at the Lyceum Wed- nesday night. However, every effort is being made to have them here for Monday night. Although this is a very high priced, act, Mgr. May has decided to keep the prices down at .the regular rate, 25c to any seat in the house. as one oi the funniest comedians and with a record run in that city, will also be on the bill. This promises to be a banner week for the Lyceum and the most fas- tidious will not have a complaint. WILL THE POLICE ALLOW IT Big Act at Lyceum Next cide Comedians to book your Biff and Bang is the -greatest novelty act -in the world. Thoy have just closed with the Greater Parker shows and are returning to vaudeville. To 3ec. them is to laugh until your sides ache and go away wondering how on earth they can' do it. Just imag- ine breaking a kitchen chair over the bare head in fun! TO see this their turn will be one of the greatest treats afford- ed the lovers of vaudeville. -They are a special attraction booked by Mgr. May, who had considerable dif- ficulty in securing them. They were not in this circuit but were on their way to the coast to open in the larger cities and special inducements were Halifax, N. S., July Mary's Club'this city decided to enter their sculler, John O'Neill for the Ameri- can championship race at Detroit in August. O'Neill qualified las season for this event. Dan" took second money. There was'" an unannounced number on the pro-! debts- Ecad over our delicious list j held out to to get them to Lethbridge. gramme which create: o -r.-at I They change their act every of palate-ticklerc and make some- one happy. Plenty of others "out-of the-taste- of interest. It was the special train! which arrived at 2.1." p.m., faring! 190 head of buffalo under charge oil Canadian Park Commissioner How-; sight" for freshness and ard Douglas On their way to their i new home on the Battle river reser- j that-lingers. vation in Alberta. Mr. Douglas states that some of the animals had in the cart nearly {.wo weeks and the lotg con- 'ficement and hot weather was tell- ing upon Rochon's Kandy Kitchen Confectioners and Ice Cream Specialists and to miss one performance is to miss some unheard of trick, not per- formed by any other artists on the road. Their work cannot be imitated be- cause no other performer could stand it. They have packed all the theatres from New Ycrk to Frisco to standing room only. Mgr. Kay read in the Eastern papers of wonderful team and accidentally hearing they were coming west, at once got the j SH.OE POLISH BRIGHT AND INSTANTANEOUS One your shoes are shined for three days. "2 in i" softens the leather- keeps out stain the emanci- pates you from bottles, mops, brushes and hard work. No substitute even half as good. 10c. Md 25e. TIM ;