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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta ,.Tiily IS. THE LETITBRIPfiF DAILY HERALD CY PIEH MAY GO TO CINCINNATI TONIGHT 7 P.M. BIG SPECIAL COMEUl FEATTlIJi 'Teaching to IIci BIG DOINGS IN SOUTH ON 24TH Should Break all Records This Year LATEST SOXfi HIT R E Special Maitinec For Children Saturday 2 P. M. 5c 5c COMING SOON THE ROYAL NAVAL RE- VIEW inHBRIDGE ROVERS IN TIE GAME WITH MACLEOD THE INDIANAPOLIS AUTO RACE 10 curs racing like mad. SEEIRay Harroun on his Mar- non, win the great 500 mile race. THE GREATEST EVENT OP ITS KIND EVER OFFER- ED 'IN LETHDRIDGE: There are too imnj poor marks men in the biigade engaged at tar get practice on the cutpldor Tyrus R. Cobb believes that he will hit over .400 this r unless something unforseen happens He is going better right now than befoie m Ins caieei For the last three seasons mj has exceeded 400 aftei Juh saiu he This season I got the best stint I haio had I tinned nto June with an neiage of 400 and if my hitting Impiotea this jear as it his in the pistaftei Juh 1st 1 will rert nnlj bdt ovei 400 It will be recalled, that heretofore Cobb has stilted off around the 250 mark and has been compelled to bring up his -uerage for the season by stick worjt in the mid summei Cobb s batting jierage idnges aiound 30 at the present time The Lethbridije liovers went to Macleod yoslorda; and although they illd not win, yet ihey did not lose, the scora belus one all: Shortly after ar- riving at the town the football play- ers and a number of fans wero treat- ed to a drive through the town and were able to see the many sights. Ine -Macleod tnam won ilie toss and the poor Rovers had to play for 'ortv fhe mlmilcs the glaring in their eyes, but just the samu bird and it was not long before Freddie Slmm carried the globe behind the net Iheir oppon- ents were very much disappointed but the bo) a held them down very close. Olany attempts were made to score but the goalkeepers nearly al- ways managed to dispose with them. The first half ended with the score' in favor of Lethbridgo. s soon as the leteree the ball arollins; again the Miclcod team went hard at it and nearly everv play- er tried to score.: but it was not until the.end'of the game that Kerr made PROVINCIAL. MEET' LIKELY THIS MONTH The Annual Provincial track meet of. the A.A.A.A. which was postponed, at Edmonton July. 1, on account of- had weather, will now be held on the 22nd of this month in the capital, it Is understood. Summer Sale OF one tell. The game ended with a draw. The line-up was as follows: Lethbrldge Rovers: Goal, Wanless; backs, Home and Chlsholm; half backs, Haserston, ..Mullen and James: forwards, Joyce, Slmm, Harbour, Chls wick and McKay. Wood; backs, Ncs- bitt and Collier; half backs. Shaw, Forbes and Fleming; forwards, Kerr, Uraham, Brinch, Greensmith and' Blown. MAGRATH TEAM TOOK RAYMOND INTO CAMP AFTER CY PIEH N _ Moose Iiu SisV Julj 14 on rcccned in oner rom lincmnjti Rcils lor C> il> (he stil (linger of the Lskimos The Dcicon his not out the sue of the offei but it. i undei stooil that it'is for a verv large sum One.condition, is that .the Edmonton man must be delivered to them mediately Deacon may accept the oiler, as lie considers it i good opporluniU for tho. young player. __- HORSE NOTES Written Especially for the Herald by "Craigngrth" Mr J C Drew i y of Conlej as (pected most Jpudges won fust rib fcon in the Pereheron class at .Calgary George Lane Ur Drewn was Jlvell pleased with the success of.Iiab Itns. The starting' of .Hie running races >t Calgary this year was iiist about .is bad as ever; something will have to be 'done to .improve this. The startei I3i Eaton of Minneapolis mnj be a yery good. harness starter but when, it jcomes to runners away out. This Is an entirely different business from the harness racing and peisonallj I [ail to see how anyone can be. a good J-tarter of runners unless they have F LuCTiaene ill idLe OI llttd toll Biderable expeiience of the runnng noise Time and igain at Calgar> the good horse got away and, the mod- Elate ones weic left and time and fcgaln a good dunce was missed The start for the last 5-8 dash of .the mee ing was the worst .of all anil bitte were the remarks of some of th trainers depending on this race for little towards the freight and feed bil Old Llnridaff came out at Calgnrj 111 a Klant refreshed'and his victory i: the Hotelkeepers stake i is Ib best race he eier ran Two 01 tbio ot the iimneis sol 'o his ciiaitei only to be shaken off and lie won OL m great style. The harness lacing it Calgary was or; moderate for some itasoi out ice hoises were bj theii ilscn e anrlo 000 e tallops ind sUis as the sejnif oos Theie used lo be a hoi so caller dallops ind Stns and it KB? aptij n-mod being hi Galloping I ad out of alstbuu MAGRATH WILL MAKE MERRY Intialli luM U U a meeting icld in tlic town hall tonight, it was decided lo hold a big celebration here on Magrath Day, July 24th. Committees were appointed and ninor details attended to. Lcljibridge i plays the lasl district league bane-1 ball game with the local team on hat day and after the game a big irogram of sports, including ool races, etc., will he pulled off. liny Knight's string Of 'Kentucky nice horses will be over and there are some good ones in training lierc for the fall fairs which will also he entered. A good list of prizes and purses has been hung up and if (lie wcatlier is favorable; this will one of Hie biggest celebrations pulled off in Southern Alberta Ibis summer'. Games in the Big Leagues There's in Ilinana Cigars Billed'Havanas.are of the highest degree of goodness. The flavor is always'smooth and me! never varies There's ..A'Breath of Pure Havana in Every Puff. I lie Memory Lingers. For perfect satisfac- tion, try one of these Baled IHavanas 'best cigar for the money.ever produced. Stop in the first cigar store and get one. Jose Co. Mfrs. of Baled Havanas Linda 19-26 King Street. London, Ont. NATIONAL Philadelphia. 8 1 Cincinnati .....'aoo'ioo 10 1 Boston......... OSO 100 7 3 St. Louis 000 200 6 1 Chicago n Brooklyn, postponed on account of rain. V Pittsburg' vs New, York, postponed on account of rain. MCLAUGHLIN Carriages Democrats Delivery Kigs ALL TYPES, BUT ONLY ONE GRADE AND THAT-THE BEST! To make room foi our Fall stock we will sell these fine at t big cash discount They aie going fast. Call before your chance Is McLAUGHLIN-BUICK Motor Cars "A GOOD WINE NEEDS NO BUSH." FISH TUDHOPE Wagons and inspect our stock We intend'to offer then wagons at a price that will clear out our stock within 80 Bus Turkey Red Wheat for Seed Hyde Saunders WAREHOUSES AND OFFICES FORD 8T. EAST TEL. Western Canada League Games MOOSE JAW ANOTHER -Moose Jaw, July Terry pitched the locals to victory for the second time since he joined the team lestorday, allowing the locals to take the third game at the series" from Edmonton. The ecore was 8 to 5. It was a heavy hitting contest on both sides but the local: were sue cessftil in bunching their bmgles a the right time, and go -won the game AMERICAN 00urse ever offered in Great Britain. Johnson li to .receive win ose or draw. Sum of li to be' deposited July 15 and another 100 handed to Johnson an hour 'before he contest which Is to take n London, probably in September. Standing of Clubs Today WESTERN CANADA .Moose Jaw 47 17 .73 Calgary...... S8 17 Winnipeg 36 31 .53 Kdmonton 29 23 .501 Brandon 19 45 .33- Saskatoon....... 17 ,45 ,271 NOTICE The Excelsior Cafe has. changed owners. H'-wlli now be run as a first class Cafe two flrsl class chefs, the only two union cooks In thn city, and all while help. Tho 'Ice cream anil soda fountain' .will be a feature of'this place .PEACOCK 4- SNELGROVE NATIONAL 'hiladelphla..... 43 31 New York...... 47 31 .so; (Chicago .15 30 .600 SI. Louis....... 44 .57] 1'ltUb.urg....... 43 33 .506 Cincinnati....... 32 44 .421 'Brooklyn 29 47 .382 Uoslon 19 68 .247 AMERICAN Detroit........ 55 24 .696 Philadelphia..... 49 '29 62S New York...... 41 36" .'532 Hoston 52 48 .620 Chicago....... 3.1 37'' .513 Cleveland....... 40 42 .488 Wishinglon...... 27 63 .338 St. Louis........28 .278 While the aeroplane is in a great hurry, II Is also apt to stop In that way at any time. LAIgS are flexible, adjust themselves to the neck, tit clae, and tie slides ewily. 4 'T' They Fit 4 for SOc. 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