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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE DAILY HERALD, TUESDAY, JULY 13, I90B. PAGE THRU ic MOVING LPlCTURES.1 ADVANCED i VAUDEVILLE.] 1. Mr. Pynhead 2. Legend of Forget-Me-Nots 3. Race Prejudice 4. Old College Chums o N Mansion of Aching Hearts The Famous Dahlman Cow- boy Quartette CONTINUOUS PERFOKMANGE Crow's Nest "THE BEAUTIFUL1 The Picturesque Top o' the World Silvery Lake? Singing Brooks Profusion of Forest Coloring Gigantic Snow-Capped Mountain Peaks Trout Fishing Boating Hunting Saddle Horses Pack Horses Carriages Tents Dancing Pavilion Menagerie Ball Givtmds Excellent Cuisine "Buffet Service NO MOSQUITOES VOSS HANDS GAME TO HAT Questionable Decision At the Plate and Costly Error Lost Lethbridge a Victory It was a hard jrainu to lose, mighty hur-d. Alter being in the Slough of Despond because of the five runs corralled by the Mad Hatters in the first two innings, -we. were raised to the numntnin tops of joy by the bat- linjr rallies of the fourth and sixth which put us away ahead, and then in the eighth the fall from the highest heights to the eight At, Brooklyn 1st The Awful Eighth Cincinnati 11; Brooklyn 1. '2nd But the next was awful.; Yv'hisnuin ,ne at Townsend who Cincinnati 4: Brookly 5. iM-v-d -u Philadelphia- TH v r ...u PaS; bu: Every- 0; Chicago 3. I bred in the Porcupine Hills: Irish Lad, Ranch King, Iris and Viris, tha two winners of the Relay cupine Hills a few miles from Clares- Race, all bred on the Stewart Ranch, holm. X thu Hat- lJ a at. coll'-ge had ij: right liuos. one sh'.-r; ho did HOT cor.u: along thing? le sy- i'dy Si was pv-rch- bunt- ed him U> third Wilson cut 1 oi-e a cl'.-an bagger giving Si a chance to the tally -bag.. ty isduf.-d a in but h-..- kept Wan.i svvinging back TO the bench. dre.v an ace filling- the bases bu; fly by to Townsend pulk-d the team out of a decidedly -awkward situation. There was no pulling out in the coiicl for the Mad Hatters got all there was, Davidson heaved one away over Lezie's head for a deuce. Welsh hit safely. Bennett hit to Bell who threw to Townsend catching Si a yird but Voss called the manager of President Fleming's team safe. Grimes bunted again. Then Wilson came along with a double to cen- tre" sending in enough runs to make four altogether. Zimmerman -flew out to Cox but Ward brought Wilson in by hitting a ripper past Canty. Whisman put a fly to Bell who made a nice, catch. Killalay's Stunt That ended Mr. Canty as a .pitcher. r'.ang still looked lowly. Two down runs to the good wnh dark- r.'jss cr.mjnir was a pretty good lay- out. .But Welsh tore off a grounder r' 1-nlwJ through ihr New Pinsburg 2; Xew York 3. is 3. American it wai so '.iavk Joe could not sjv it in V... S-AVC the .situation. on br-M- Si hove- in sisiu. He hit1 Washington 0. (5 inngs.) :KI of Cantv's sending! At Chicago- Chiluers OVM- the pla> 3-G. Siil! Chicaf 3' .4- gniiie-looked safe. Grin-s i At ft- c'sprewed uno to short right giving! St. Louis 0. and Bennett. tJie do si red op-i pi.rmnitv to dash for an even score. At Montreal Rochester 2. J got there alright but made the return to. catch Bennett by j At Toron10 a yard. His Umpship called him 0: 6- .safe although several Medicine Hat j AL Newark- oiayers .admitted that the manager was cousrht off the plate. It would i At Providence- Baltimore 2. have been the third out and left the Province 0; Jersey City 2. Northwestern At Spokane- Maximum Style, Wear and Value "Progress Brand" Clothing is made for men who know and appreciate the best. It is not intended to compete with, cheap clothing. It is meant to be exactly what The Highest Expression of The Master Tailor's Art Fashion, fit, service and price are blended in happy combination in "ProgressBrand" Clothing. Edmonton 16 24 28 26 26 26 .608 .512 .489 .462 .458 .447 33 Tailored Ouarantrtd bf H fhnbrt A Limtod, BOSTON'S YOUNGEST PITCHJR. McKELVIE ft McGUIRE score -3-7 but Voss1 would have it his way. In the mix-up Grimes got to third and came in on Ward's double Settle '1; Spokane 2. after Killalay had sent Al Portland over the free road for the second time Tacoma 9; Portland 4. and he'got another from Canty. "Whis-l man deliberately bunted a third WESTERN CANADA. strike to'end the innings' so that it J LEAGUE STAND TNG would count if completed. i Won Lost P.C. It was already too dark to play but j Medicine Hat 25 13 .658 Voss refused to quit although when ___'..... 31 20 about two minutes later the Miners 22 21 were out he called it without any Calgary 23 hesitation. I Moose Jaw 24 What the Miners Did j Brandon 22 During all this time the Miners j Regina 21 did a few. stunts as well. Welsh the Mad Hatters' star twirler was put up to put the kibosh on the Miners and for three innings it looked as if he had, for one little hit by Canty was all they got. But in the fourth it was a different story. After Cox had taken the Ben- route to thie bench, Jack started the fun by a sizzling one past Bennett. Then Kelly of the big stick straightened a ripper out through the and second base to centre for two sacks. In response to the urgent request of the grand- stand Lynch brougin both home by hittine to centre. Canty made his RACES AT WINNIPEG FAfR Winnipeg, Man., July ance at the second day of the Win- nipeg fair was over over being Orangemen and 'friends, sev- en ty-five lodges represented,