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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THItlTHBfHbOi PAitV MiftALD' Jiff BASEBALL RESULTS Wssttrn Canada At Brandon 000 000 0 Moose Jaw............. 300 000 000- 2 Woods and Stingle Carson and Anthony. Umpire Duff. At Winnipeg 110 000 3 Regina 000 001 1 Milter and Anderson Otoldripii end Gardner. Umpire, Shuster. At no game, rain. At Edmonton--Medicine Hat, rain. National At Brooklyn- Boston 1; Brooklyn 2. At St. Lotus 1. At Pittsburg 5 Cincinnati 0. At Philadelphia 3 .New York 1. Amsricarv At Cleveland 8; Detroit 0. At (First Game) Washington 2; Boston 3. (Second Gteme) Washington 0 Boston 2. At New York- Philadelphia 3 New York 2. Eastern (First game) Baltimore 3; Providence 2 (11 in.) (Second Providence'3 Baltimore 4. Montreal 6 Buffalo 1- Toronto 3; Rochester 5. Newark: .4; Jersey City 2. Northwestern At. Tacoma 0 Spokane 2- At Portland- no game, rain. At no game Coast At Oakland- San Francisco 1; Oakland 4. At Portland; 3 Vernon 4, At Los Angeles 1; Sacramento 4. WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE STANDING Won Lost P. C. rain If iEAUTY SPOT OF PATH OF PLCAIURE A now star in ot sjuufteaisuttt is the scenic aad mech- anical production ot portraying the that one might witness in tho beautiful city ol St. Geneva. aad to be seen for the time in. thia sewtjon jjx connectioi with the Ca W. FarUr Shows, now, exhibiting on grounds of the Calgary Expositioa, under the auspices of the Fraternal Order of Eagies. St. Geneva is the gem of the.. Alpine countryt fa- vorite stopping place for tourists from all parts of tho world. As the curtain rises, the sun is seen aaoeadr ing behind the towering mountains, and St. Geneva beetling the foot ol tho Alps, begins to take on the aspect of liie and activity. Sudden- ly, as is characteristic in that sec- of lightning illuminate the sky, giviug intermittettt glimpses of the city, the rain .falls in and the storm effects that follow fair ly beggar description BO realistic are they; Just as suddenly aj" their pre- sence was manifested, the disgruntled elements become subdued, and, as a sign of God's promise to his chosen people, a beautiful rain bow appears in the heavens, and indicates that Jupiter Piuvius is .calm. The portrayal of. the setting sun is as realistic and' firelike as mother nature herself-could: possibly pro- duce. And- night approaches! Tiny stars creep .out. from their abiding places in the firmament, and electric lights illuminate the church steeples; stores, quaint dwellings and the lamp posts, erected on either side of the viaduct. The -silvery. moon .arises ma JesticaUy over the sleeping city as the famous Swiss chimes proclaim the hour of midnight. It is a com- plete and wonderful scenic, mechanic- al and electrical production that is often referred to as "Parker's Mas- terpiece." This attraction, mow exhibiting here in connection with the many attractions presented by the Parker. Shows, is located at the intersection of Front and Court street and is being presented' as an attraction of the better class and one worth while whether the spectator seeks amusement merely or instruc- 'ition while being Oregon, Democrat. Medicine 21 Winnipeg 28 18 LETHBEIDGE 20 18 Calgary.................... 21 22 Brandon 20 23 Regiua 20 24 Moose Jaw.............. 21 26 Edmonton 15 23 .636 .609 .536 .483 .465 .454 .447 .395 S. O. E. LINE-UP In the1match against" the Foresters in the City League on Thursday night the Sons of England will, line up as follows Filmer, goal; Wells and Firth, backs Stephenson, Cbifl- wiclc and Badclifle, half backs; Smith. Holberton, Barber and Joyce, forwards. Linesman, Paunch.; jreferee, Tabrum. Dress at 6.30. Kickroff at 7 sharp. CORBETT RELEASED 'San Francisco, July Cor- bett, whov attained fame m base- ball world as a pitcher for the Baltimore Orioles, has been ,releafeed at his own request by the Sail Fran- cisco team of the Pacific Coast Lea- gue. Corbeit complains tfcat he is unable to regain -the control that -once distinguished work in the box. CLEVELAND GETS PITCHER Cleveland, O-, July was an nounced tonight that the Cleveland baseball club had purchased Pitcher Koesner, a big right 'hand twirler of .the Los Angeles team, of Pacific Coast Leagued RECORD FOR ROPING AND TYING A STEER Nognlea, July a cow: boy -touniament at Nogalea, Mexico, today the world's record for throw- ing and tying a wild steer was brok- en by Ed. Sutt, N. M., who performed the feat in 21 The best previous time was 21 1-5 WEDDING COMEDY AT BLAIRMORE Three People Figured in Blairmore Blairmore, July Blairmore baft had. a -wedding extraordinary. Three people figured in the' comedy, mother daughter and- prospective son-in-law, the latter being decWedly under the influence of aqua pura plus Hav- ing procured licence, parson, etc., the trio started gaily for the-Jat- ter's residence, the prospective bride- groom showing great- affection for mother earth about every yards, until the -distance between hotel and parsonage was about 'half covered, when the final and inevitable climax was the -dear boy lell, to rise no more, using most ing expressions to his future better But mother and daughter seemed in no wise dismayed, the latter re- peatedly dusting his face and gar- ments with a very dainty -pocket handkerchief, at which he, apparent- ly, wishing to show his gratitude, placed bis arms around law in- troducing -her rather forcibly to dusty road, much to tine detriment of her smart costuine. The parson thereupon, suggested a buggy that he might led to the altar in style. The, buggy was produced -and several proceeded to lilt him in, at hti showed strong objections with hands and feet. The idea abandoned, four men next proceeded to carry him to the- par- sonage, -the prospective bride cling; ing affectionately to his arm. Upon enquiring if the ceremony would pro- ceed ilia spectator were in- formed by parson that the "dear boy" was doomed- to a cup ot tea 'and a good at the parsonage, after which the twain made one. -It wan regrettable for motiier and daughter, tout they bore" everything with greater fortitude than one would imagine under the circumstan- ces and will probably by this time hava to bo congratulated on securing such an exemplary iasband as-i son- in-law. The trio hail from BGllcrest and had driven down in the morning to Blairmore. Tba names are being witheld for obvious reasons. PellettUrr's new brick yards are making record runs, are employing 30 or 40 men. The cement are putting In their plant as quickly as the C. P. R. can bring the r machinery, and will be making cement very shortly, Heal estate is on the booni, some very good havins; been put tlurough this week, Ban Drain is renting Ms store -to e firm Lethbridge for a gait's outfitting store. H. Lyons left here for Cmlfary on Sunday night. His horse, will there. She was .second at Chtresholm last week but Wes not up to her usual fonts. TremeiKlous rain showers -The strike has ptayed ha-vw witn business, but 'things should soon re- cuperate, RE M SLED JLPJLV There are clothing sales advertised as the products of the best makers in the land when in reality the majority of goods placed on sale are shoddy plunder. But here at MACLEOD BROS, you will find the World's Best CLOTHING, HATS, SHOES and FUR- NISHINGS at a saving of one-third We place on sale this week TWO SPECIALS. Over 300 Suits to choose from. and Sale prices 16.50 and 18.00 On Saturday we give a hard or soft felt hat with each suit M-LeodBros THE GREAT CLOTHIERS OF THE GREAT WEST Crabb Street, Between Dufferin and Redpath Arrived by Bxprejas this week Latest Novelties in Ties Latest Novelties in Hats Bar White Vests Barbers' and Waiters1 Coats Carpenters'Aprons with Snaps and Straps Overalls, the Biggest Snap in the City No. 9 oz. Union Made Bib with Spring on Suspenders: regular Sale price LOO SHOES 1 6 cases Mens' Box Call Bluchers, regular shoe, sale price 2 cases Ox Blood Bluchers, regular L5Q, sale price 2 cases White Duck Oxford Shoes and Bluchers, sale price PEABODY'S RAILROAD KING. All the time price ;n blue and stripe Other makes from 65c to A full line of Trunks, Suit Cases and Club Bags jast arrived AINTE MacLeod Bros. Money Bade if Not Satisfied w CBABB STREET, Between DUFFEBIN and BEDPATH ;