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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR THE LETHBRluGE DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, JULY 15, !9M. BEDDING To wll Right One Has to buy Right, And That Means Quantities. We Stock Bedding Two cars At a time, And Obtain EVERY POSSIBLE DISCOUNT AND ADVANTAGE In Freight Charges. TWO CARS Were Unloaded This Week, And are Showing A very wide Range In BEDS, SPRINGS AND MATTRESSES; As always Our efforts Are Directed In supplying Our Customers With Goods That We stock BLANKETS, SHEETING, PILLOWS And CASES, COMFORTERS And COUNTERPANES. We Are SOLE AGENTS For The 7 OSTERMOOR MATTRESSES. The Turpin Furniture Co. Are Home Makers GOT ANOTHER EVEN BREAK YESTERDAY Lethbridge Won the First and Lost the Second a j Another double header rosulusJ in J another even break. The Miners took j rhe small crowd gitme largfly through j the splendid pitching of Lozie and i his support by Lynch and Bell. The were easy outs. The fifth looked bud. gone, Bennett Campbell nuu'.e a was singl prevont tlu- ti-rnun.'ition the proposed journeys. The fielding! stunts put up were si-nsational and the crowd' was always going. There was rt-al live baseball oi all sorts all the time. MoXeill was on thv -dub for tiu> Mint-rs and except in that OIK- in- ning lu- kt'pt- the Mad Hatters trtu's- sing, only accidental hits 'occurring. That Dunn man who hilled Butt? _ certainly was one. He was out of safely, lu-taok a fly fruiu stock of hits and refused to bit. The Mad Hatt.-rs did some them at all liberally. Tin- visit rs started ofi would cinch the game tlv.- crack of the pistol. Si poked a hit into Cinity's was all. Tile Mad- Hatters pulled ,jff another doublr play disposing of Btll who had hit safely and Th-.- sixth was all Joe's. H" in uu' a good catch Ximmonr.aa's .fly. then a better viie .A Ward's after hiird run, and then after Childers hm: Zimerman. If........4 t 1 1 0' 0 Ward, e.............5 0 I 8 1 0 Childers. 2 2 0 0 Hsups-v. ss..........3 0 0 4 0 Davidso-j. Ib 4 0 G t 0 4 1 1 2 0 0 t stunts too. McNeil! Brunei: goud chance and he took it. Joe mad.- Zinnnerinnn disn.iguish himself. But C x, 3b......... Joe C.irrijMM, rf. K.-Uy. 2b........ Lynch, if: 37 r> AB R 4 0 3 0 4' 0 3 0 .10 2 territory. Campbell tried the same but was caught, t'd ont- through short BAl Mad Hatters outbatted thi-m but the) second to work Bennett inf. a cliinr." b" a running sl-'ib aftor Cox's bagger intention ;nid it s'nck t It- was sp.-ctacul'-ir. Bell opened the seventh by brilliant c.'.-eh Then T hi- Townsend. Ib. 0 A 5 0 1 0 I 0 29 0 3 10' 1 Hut. R; a of done made in one spasm. Si Bennett had two new men on hi? line-up, Campbell and Dunn, who came up from the south some place last night. Campbell is a second- baseman and a mighty good one too. He was off for about two minutes in the evening game and made a mess of a couple, but he delivered the rest in great shape, being the king pin of two fast double plays. Dunn started out as a first baseman and played as a finished artist, but in the evening j he showed Ms real class. The hard- hitting Miners got only three hits o2 his delivery, although it must be ad- mitted that several sensational catches saved as many more. Many of the fans have a wonder- ment why Medicine Hat. Winnipeg and other teams can pick up real live second basemen while Lethbridge has Dunn ran over and took the throw ahead of him. Cox took a ticket and got to third on Jack's hit to right. Jack ran to second to draw the throw from Cox but Kelly fanned on the ball thrown and Jack was caught cold for the third out. Childers opened the spasm with a fly to right which the man- ager misjudged. Harper sacrificed him along. Kelly fot thp ball .and when Childers- stepped off the bag. he tagged him out. It was a little surprise party. Rusty Davisdon whos-? clean and natty appearance drew so much comment, flew out to T wnsend. After Lynch fanned. Canty was rob- bed of a audden .sure double by brilliant citch by Campbell who made an ascension to set it. Bell ba'g Summary: Kits 2 A) I11 i 000 (W '0 100 0 Earned runs. ..3 Hciue kept hitting till they drew five cig' Dunn biffed one to centre. S ripped one into 'Jack's territory, fn! Hat. 4. Sacrifice hits. Har- s-: Base? on 05 1; off McNe-11. 2. Struck out: By Dunn, 1 1 LMyCAl '..liC Jilt-V V V iO I _ w 11 TV T, i 7: bv McJseill, i. Doubl' Har- lowed by a tly by Campbell into r.rv: U-Y _ 0 T .t to Campb-11 to D Left on bases: Medicine Hat. f: Leth- bridge. 3. ime 1.45. Attendance 450. Umpire, Vrss. body's territory back of short which allowed Dunn to addle th? Wilson made Jack chase another Si chased himself home. Zim- to go along with a utility man ut j t-hat station. Kelly is a good all- round man but he. is not a second- sacker. His feet are built too far apart. Manager Corrigan cannot ex- pect to beat champions with a patch- ed up team and should get busy to complete his infield. Lynch, with the steady hard work he has been doing, is due to blow up at any time. Kelly should be at liberty to relieve him. Medicine Hat 2; Lethbridge 4 The afternoon game was all Lezie. Hs came very nearly making a record i in strike-outs. Twelve times did Mad Hatters step to the plate with great intentions only to return without having left the b'jx. Harper did not do anything else but fan. Zimnier- man. the mighty left fielder, died three times in his tracks. They got; six hits off him but he absolutely re- fused to allow such a thing when they meant anv harm. Nelson, who is loaned to the Hat by Lethbriclgr. i pitched, winning ball, allowing only I five hits, but errors raised the score against him. Had errors been hiiss-l ing. the score would have bt-en Leih-j bridge 2. Medicine Ha: 1. The Miners took a lead in thf first. a pass to Cox, Jack's out and Kelly's i hit making a tally. The Mad Hatters came back in the third when the pro lem manager made a great lift to Ivft for two sacks and came in on Wil- son's single. Kelly muffed Zmimer- man's hit. Joe got it .and threw high to third, allowing Wilson to put his in the lead. That lead was snatched away again in the fifth-' when the Miners drew even f-n Townsend's Texas leaguer and Cox's ripping hit down the third base line. The game was won in the seventh when Bell drew a Townsend gft first because Nelson lost a little bunt. Then both crossed the pan when Cox] iim-ci one out to Zimerman and he it away from him. First Game MEDICINE HAT Bennett, rf 5 1 Campbell, 2b 3 0 Wilson, ci 2 1 Zimmerman, If 4 0 Dunn, Ib ____ 3 0 Childi.-rs, 3b 3 0 Harpor, ss 4 0 Davidson, c. ____ 3 0 Nelson, p 3 Ward 1 Whisman 1 went over the short to first route. The third was the error season. Bell I made a wild throw over first to catch Dunn and then Campbell made two muffs. None or them f :r Dunn never got past third and bell to pnll off a double play .that redeemed his errors. Zim got mad when- hr n the fourth and was taxed Ware! merman drew a pass filling the bases, i Ward hit to Kelly who did not know j where to- throw to make a cloubb j and finally decided to put the ter out. But Childers lined one to right centre for .Hsrp.T ended the agony -'by "fanning. The Miner? were one, two, three. Nothing .was dckig in ;the eighth or j Calcary ninth except that Childers an- other most sensational one-handed catch. It was a good game ail ihrousrh. Even the disastrous seventh wa- of clean hitting and n.- errors. Th? leaders deserved to win snd did. The score: The MEDICINE AB R H 0 A E Bonnett. rf.........3 1.2 1 00 2b.......5 12 4 4 2 0 LEAQUC STANDING Won Lost ?.C. Medicine Hat 27 Winnipeg ......v.. 33 Lethbridge 24 Jaw 24 Brandon 22 Resrina v... 21 Edmonton 1" 15 20 23 25 28 28 36 28 .623 .511 500 .462 .440 .447 .378 FOOTBALL POSTPONED Th? football match which was -to rrke place tomorrow evening between Sons of Encland and the Maple is postponed on account of 4r 4? 4, 4? 4 4? f 1 4, Worth Looking into And Acting Upon One hundred residential located on WESTMINSTER ROAD, smooth and level. Well located to advance rapidly in value. Prices are right and terms reasonable. Don't delay' investigating as they will not last long at the price and terms we are giving. Apply GALVIN HATFIELD Room 4, Imperial Bank BASEBALL RESULTS 1 0 1 0 1 I 0 0 0 0 0 1 32 2 6 24 14 Ward batted for Davidson ninth. for Nelson in the ninth. Joe Corrigan, cf. AB R ..30 Cos, 3b..............3 1 2, 0 I 0 Jack Corrigan, rf. 4 0 0 1 0 0 j Kelly, 2b...........4 0 1 1 0 Lynch, c............4 0 0 12 0 OJi Canty.. If.............3-0 0 0 0 Oj1 Bell, ss............. 11 1 3 3 Oi1 Townsend. Ib.........3 2 1 7 1 01 Lezie, p. 3 0 0 1 3 0 By Medicine Hat 000 210 Lethbridge 010 120 runs: Medicine I; Lethbridge. 1. 2 base hit: Bennett. Sacrifice hits, Wilson, Chil- ders, Bell. Stolen bases, Dunn. Townsend. Bases on balls: Off Nel-i son, 4; off lezie, 4. Struck out: By j Nelson, 4 (Lynch, Jack Corrigan.. Le- zie, by Lezie, 12 (Bennett. Campbell. Zimmerman 3, Childers, Harper 4, Nelson, Ward.) Left on bases: Medicine Hat, 9; Lethbridge, 5. Time .1.50. Attendance 150. Um- pire, Voss. 0. For six innings it was air tight ball. Not a runner reached the pan. They got on but double plays, force outs and all aorts of thinfi happened to Frank trie BI Catcher asi) Manager Of the Boston having served ship as a Giant urdsr McGrsw. IP the picture good-natured Frank is seen swinging his fcig bat, while his well smile sareads cvr his entire countanance. Western Canada At Game- Edmonton 9 0 Calgary 1 Batteries: Sterling and Burridge; Standridge, Crist and Sheehan. Um- pire Evenuig Edmonton ......000 000 2 6 Calgary 2 Batteries: Lee, Smith and Burridge; Geehan and Sheehan. "Umpire Don- nelly. .At Brandon ..............Oil 000 Winnipeg Batteries: Woods, Moreland, Stin- gle; Collins and Anderson. Umpire Duff. National At Game- Philadelphia 4: St. Louis 6. 11 inngs. Second v Philadelphia 2; St. Louis 11. At Chicago 8; Boston 2. At Pittsburg 7; Brooklyn 2. At Cincinnati 4; New York 4. Americaij At Game- Chicago 3; New York Second Chicago 8; New York 2. At Cleveland 4; Philadelphia 3. 12 inngs. At St. St. rain. At wet. Eastern At Montreal 4; Rochester 5. At Toronto 3; Buffalo 1. At Game- Newark 5; Baltimore 7. Second Newark 5; Baltimore 3'. At Providence 5; Jersey City 3. Northwestern At Seattle 4; Spokane 0. At Tacoma 0; Portland 4. At Vancouver 2; Aberdeen 3. New Fire Hal I THATS IT! Beside the THE i City Bakery j EOBT. SCOTT, PROP. 1 Phone 381 PAPKE HAD WORST OF FIGHT AB R H O A TENNIS A handicap tournament of Men3? Doubles and Ladies' Doubles" will be held at once. Ladies .and gentlemen wishing to enter will kindly enter names with partners on list in club house. All entries must be in by Monday, July 19 and schedule of jrimes be posted .in cbib house on Tuesday, July 20. Those- wishing TO enter will please enter their names at, once. Los Angeles, July Papke and Jim Flynn met ia a ten round bout before a fair sized crowd at the Athletic Club tonight. fought at catch weights. Flynn out weighed Papke S pounds. With thr first round Flynn waded into his man Papke rained blows on him and ha< rather the. best of it at the start In the third Flynn. sent Papke through the ropes. From this on the fighting was hard on both sides. I was all right and left at close quar ters. Several times Papke was forcec to the ropes and in the ninth Flynr made Papke ran. At the tenth Flym put a hard right to the face and right uppercut caught Papke in th< mouth and Flynn hammered hard t< the- kidneys. They' were hare at the sound of "the gong at the, em of the round. The law allows n< but Flynn had the better the. fight. SINGING. Miss Ursula. Archer, pupil of thJ celebrated teacher, William Shake! speare. wili receive pupils in singinj and voice production. Also engage} inents for Ballad Concerts, At Home the Lethbridge Conservatory of Music NOBLE Tbc first town north of Lotbbridiic. seveniM n in'N r t I iU on the CannangJiy bnimii NOW ON SAL THIS TOWNSITE IS BEAUTIFULLY LOCATED. IT IS WITHIN SIGHT OF LETHBRIDGE, MONARCH AND CARMANGAY. THE FERTILITY OF THE DISTRICT IS WILL KNOWN. THE DRAINAGE IS PER- FECT. NOBLE HAS OPENINGS FOR ALL KINDS OF BUSINESS. CALL OR WRITE, MILNES NOBLE CLARESHOLM ALBERTA BOW ISLAND ALBERTA FOR SALE Residential and Business Lots Buy real estate in the most progres- sive town in Southern Albsrta, and thereby double your profits Residential Lots from to Business Lots from to For terms call or write Ludtke Waddell ;