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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LCTHBRIQQE DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, JULY 10, LYCEUM The FAMILY Theatre DAWSON MAY.............................Manager Bobby Wilson '.Eccentric Com- diau SPORTS Biff and Bang The Suicide Comedians. Late bit; attraction ParkerVbiirger shows Latest Moving Pictures Commencing Next Week The Chromophcne- The latest invention in MOVING TALKING PICTURE isa f MOVING PICTURES.1 1. Farmer's Daughter 2. Mashing the Masher 3. Saved by his Dog 4. He can Imitate Anything The Sirni Letta Trio The best triple bar act ever seen in the West iiUl You :inA the i Hi ;tiag for lli'.ii'-T i CONTINUOUS PESFORMANCE Early and Often _____POX? Queen of ike Carnival REMEMBER any unmamed lady of the- city of Leth. bridge is eligible. as often as yon like and for whom you please. Votes 5c each. A solitaire diamond ring valued at 8100.00 to the lady receiving the most votes nov on ex- hibition in C. Ross Tate's window. INSTRUCTIONS Place the amount for'number votes you wish to purchase in envelope and drop same in bose's... Be sure to place the lady's name on envelope plainly. LOCATION OF VOTING PLACES Ott's Pool Room. Upton's Pool Room. Wallace's Pool Room. G. Ross Tate's Jewelry Store, and .Lyceum Shooting G-allery RBMEMBER the GIRLS. Fellows they WANT the DIAMOND RING PRESS WON AGAIN Tho rivfcs Club xkiVat'.'d the Maple Loafs last night on the by tho jtutif of IS to 1'arsons, of tho' l.eafs, played ttH the etxme for ;eu strike outs to his i For the 1' (.'lub Tommy wti.s tho shining star, huvin; seven assists uiui two put ov.ts to his cred- IT. He all kinds of chances and ihem all with" the ease of a leaguer. Nicholson at lirst iilso tin a star game. A bud accident happened in the last iimings. Parsons got as far us third and tried to get homo on a steal' but Iuaii. the Press Club third sucker, too yuick for him. throwing it :onuv to Tleid who knelt to catch his man on the slide. Parsons slid full forct- into his knee and knocked unconscious. It too'v about one-halt' hour to bring him around again. He is not much the worse for it The line-up of both teams was as follows Press r, Evuns 2b, R. Curry ss, Nicholson Ib, Gunn, ob, Pulley If. Davis rf, Tate p. Maveety i cf p. Geigjr c if, Clark ss. AnJerson Ib, 'Armstrong 3b. Lauman cf. Horrm.. ton rf. Xicholls '2b, Summary Struck out, by Tiite 3. by Parsons 10. Bases on oails, cS Tate 0, of! Parsons o. e Davis to .Reid. Hit by pitched I ill, Marlow. Evans. Tale 2. Umpire, PROFESSIONAL HOCKEY TALKED Meeting To Be Held in Calgary To Discuss Western Situation (Regiua Leader) Professional hockey is talked of in the Western provinces for the next winter. A rjioveiiifiit is liov.- foot t-> launch ji league covering the s_une district that- the CauaUn cuvers, aiul a meet- ing at Caigary will b1 cill'xl in few ys to the matter, wil! b" c-i'..'..1. i 'ao1 ?H. J'to if'gina to -'.lisj city bo in or not. The Dahlinan Cowboy Quartette In Life On the Plains At Eureka Next Week JOBBING CO. WINS After talking of it for some weeks the Hudson's Bay Co. and the -Joi bin-sr Co. met last night on the dia- I inond. with a small but wildly en- j thus astic number of spectators. j .fudging from the fun evidenced game was the most enjoyable of the season (from the Jobbing Company's j standpoint.) With the score m their favor they could afford to look pieasant. j They state they are now to I'play the Hudson's Bay Co. that j game of marbles they were talking i -any otnar game they play i better than baseball. A TIE GAME AT CALGARY LETHBR1DGE FIGURES IN PUNK EXHIBITION OF BALL POOL supplied with the BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA And is cool, bright and pleasant. Best Cigars and Tobaccos in stock Berber Shop in of Oliver Hotel C. HANSON, Prop. Just Opened Up-to-date in every respect ,0nly white labor employed per day Ford Street Leth bridge BASEBALL RESULTS Western Canada At Oil Moose Jaw 7 Watts and Stanley Carson and Anthony. Ump re Duff. At Hat........... J30 010 7 Edmonton 1 Weissman and Ward Smith, and Borridge. Umpire, Voss. At IVinnipeg 101 001 5 j Collins and Anderson Neidenfcur and Gardner. Umpire "Shuster. Eastern At Buffalo 4, JMoutreal 3. At Rochester 11, Toronto 3. At Providence- Calgary, July innings in 'two hours and twenty minutes, and: then the sun went down. The spec-' i tators after witnessing- this exhibi- i ftion last evening harrily knew wheth- er their anxieties or sitting capaci- ties suffered most. As a contest' jjt even lacked the climaxes of .the I previous day's game, as the arch en-'; lemies, Umpire Donnelly ami Jack j j Corrigan were bpth absent from tier j field. Mostly it was a primitive per- j Iforiaance, like gran-dfather used to' play 'ball, whcm thej- batted .with a! like a cricket club, f' the fence was out. It was not until the sixth inning that the two clubs; got down to business. Box score LETHBRIDGE AB R Joe Corrigan, cf 4 1 Cox, If 5 Taylor, 3b................ 5 Canty, ri.................. 5 2b.................. 5 4 GEO. H. GAY STAVELEY BEAT CLARESHOLW la a scheduled game in South- ern Alberta Baseball League pl-ayed in Claresholm on July 8, Stavely de- feated Claresholm by a score of four to seven. ArdeU, the ex-Medi-iiie Hat pitcher, received a severe bump- ing, while Haynes for Stavely Bitch- ed rcastcriy bali, only two nils te- made of! his delivery, and he tir8 "not issue a pass. He had the much- touted Claresholm batters completely at his mercy, striking out twelve men. Claresholm was lucky