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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta f p I M -At. f BE ON TIME V A.' Dollar Saved IS A Dollar -'-..SO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF r Big Sale OF AND Sale Closes Saturday Night SEE WINDOWS FOR TEMPTING BARGAINS. MY LOSS YOUR GAIN uehan "The Men's Man" to EureKa Theatre Round Street. LACROSSE-HIGH RIVER VS. LETHBRIDGE TO-NIGHT, HIGH-CLASS PERFORMANCE ON SQUARE LAST NIGHT Callies Whitewashed Westminsters Good Lead Secured at Start, After That the Game was Fast INDICATIONS OF A GOOD GAME In last-night's football match in the City .league contest .between- tie "Cal- lies and the Westminsters, the form- er secured their usual lead of three goals, and Wanked their opponents in one of the -best games of. the 'The Callies instituted a rush on -the left, and showed; up some, good combination, but their -shots were, er- ratic, flying high with the A goal kick shoved the leather far down into Callies' territory, and made things- look dangerous. Seaman on a .pass from left shot; slowly -anrt a little wide.; The Westminsters .got their big share of the play, -displaying a good of passing. On a pass from right., Seaman shot at close striking one of the- Callies' defence in" the face. '.It looked a-likely one. .The wind-for the iirst half .was in, of the Westminsters. ''Each team checked closely, and for some time, neither side, got any advantage. Oliver's .rush on .the left was ended well placed pass, "but was miss- ed.- .._ Fouls were numerous. Gradually, began to. cen- tre around Westminster goal, but as yet there was nothing, doing between i the goal posts.' Finally, .on. a. lead- up on right, Page'.raised one, trying i a long shot, that' Dipped' through Johnson's grasp, scoring number one. for 'the ibeautifui shot.- After five minutes Jrom the kick off fouled on Anderson's drive. The take-off ended in a goal kick. Play for the next fifteen minutes j Callies took on a dangerous' appearance for the Westminsters, .but, the Rallies' {-Boss shooting was erratic; their shots, though-swift, went wide, or high'.., A The first fifteen-minutes of the1 sec- ond half evinced notning spectacular in football features. The play was fairly even, the..Callies probably as- suming a little more of the aggres- sive tactics than., their .less confident opponents. The must have had some .effect: on .the players_ at any rate the'shooting of either for- ward line was, more of the, school boy kind than of senior company. Fifteen minutes' remained, when af- ter a lull in the Weyinss elec- trified the crowd by shooting V-dust raiser from a long distance. Johnson prostrated himself .at full length in. his. attempt to. capture the leather in his failed 'by a .few inches, and''was rewarded by 'seeing the ball rebound from the inner net, a second score Scots.' Two or three the part of followed'by two men go- ing down made things look-serious for the Callies, but it was all over in a minute, Anderson recovering" him- self and kicking, from his "knees shot it out. The Callies immediately took advantage; and the rush: was ended sby Glenn's drive that.-slipped through There is every reason to Biueiy prsctict -n. soofi game oi lacrosse this evening at the ball park, when High River and .Lethbridge clash. Al- though High River was con- ceded the best team in the league Lethbridge put it over them the occasion of their last meeting and on High River grounds. Xow the teams -are considered to be evenly matched, and a ard battle is expected. be strongly, represented upon the field and will be cut to win. V t T .i, PIEffSWIND-UP IS0ISAS1KOUS Too. Many Stolen Bases Lose Miners the Game Medicine Hat, July pions are "back into form again ap- parently and disposed of the heavy -'batting. Miners -tonight 'by (better inside ball and hitting oppor- Kelly as usual-proved a. tower of timely. a swell strength at centre naif, his check- game, kept the hits well scattered and LETHBRIDGE CRICKET TEAM TRIUMPHED OVER MACLEOD Wiped Out the Previous Tie A. Holf s Play- ing a Feature, of the Game 114 to 137 Johnson's legs to bulge the-nets. ling 'being decidedly effective. No further score was tallied .and full time whistled sounded with the "ball i near centre. Following are the line-ups: Goal Backs Westminsters passed '.none. Pieh walked five and the Hatters took advantage of -his long windup to steal no less than six AB R H .-PO A E Crawford Anderson disputed foul counted for. nothing at this juncture. Five'minutes later the Scotchmen encountered 1 Glenn hard luck 'on an- off side.' wihicli was." Smith' evened foy a similar streak on the part of'the North end men., More some, when a-shot from Callies' forwards struck the goal rail and was'shot high over when caught" .on the rebound. 'Nothing more doing in the scoring Hue for the first half. Mcllvena Half-backs Forwards Page Moore Mcldoe Weymss Oliver Referee r A. Thompson Blibeck Kelly Mclndoe Hutton .Simm Heathfield Stafford Seaman -If 4 Head, 3b ss c, Dudley, cf I Ward, rf. 4 G-rigware, 2b Pieh; p ;___ 2 5 24 15 HURT WE WORSE THAN IT .jthat dragged Jeff from his.farm and DID JEFF, SAYS CORBETT him by humoring him .to go in again. This was the .reason he did it. The blame's upon your shoulders. Rodosey, 2 Chief Second of Jeffries Sadly Admits the Old .'Uns Can't Come Back (By James J. CorDett, Jeffries' Chief Second.) Reno, July The blow James J- Jeffries down and out'in the fifteenth hurt me far more than it did Jeffries. It was not the Jeffries who beat and beat Fitzsimmons who went down'to defeat. It was the hulk-and body of the Jeffries who has'lived a life of restful ease for many years. If Jeffries had boxed more and hard- er with his sparring partners, this calamity might have been averted, or his real- condition would have been ex- hibited to our eyes, and we would not have been blinded by our own faith and deceived by Jim's great external appearance. All along we have looked at Jeffries with enchanted eyes, seeing him through his deeds of the past, but now has com-e the awakening, and it has come with a terrible jolt. I shall never forget the dumfoimded, helpless feeling that assailed me when, i I saw Jeffries suddenly sink