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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHfiniOQE DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, Id, ItM. We Bid You Welcome to our Store We Want to Know You and You to Know Us There are clothing sales advertised as the products of the best makers in the land when in reality the majority of goods placed on sale are shoddy plunder. But here at MACLEOD BROS, you will find the World's Best CLOTHING, HATS, SHOES and FURNISH- INGS at a saving of one-third We place on sale this week over 300 Suits to choose from. Regular and at MEN'S HAND-TAILORED SUITS Re-inforced in shoulders, has a thousand little-stitches in'it to make it set right, the collar is hand felled, very high- grade fancy worsted, silk serge lined, other stores.sell this suit at our price................................. It is fun to sell these suits ciottima? eod Bros THE GREAT CLOTHIERS OF THE GREAT WEST less than Hat Bargains Tn Latest Colors and Newest Motiels Alpine, Fedora, Tele- scope and Flat Iron shapes in light grey and fawns. Not a hat in the lot worth Sale price TIES Ties, regular 25c; each, sale price 3 for Hook-on Ties, pure silk, regular 35c each, sale price Pure Silk Four-in-Hand, regular 35c each, sale price. Latest plane Irish Poplin in all the newest shades, regular 6Sc, sale price 100 dozen Novelty Ties, sold everywhere at 75c, our sale price 25c 20c 20c 35c 50c Shoes 12 cases Shoes just received Regular 2 cases Boys' Dongola Kid Men's Box Calf Blu. 5 50 JJ )J wJ.vlW Congress 5.50 vel. calf top 6.00 White duck Oxford and Blu. 3.00 These prices are for thrde days only Sale price 3.00 4.00 4.00 4.50 1.75 MacLeod Bros. Overcoats At one-third regular price Sample Top Coats for fall wear, regu- lar An overcoat that holds every element of good quality, holds its shape, its style, color and finish Sale price Money Back if Not Satisfied GRABS STREET, Between s DTJFFERIN and REDPATH SPORTS HAT SWIPED THE TWO GAMES Lethbridge Takes A Bad Tumble-Has Fourth Place Worse and worse! There was no share and share alike with the Mad Hatters yesterday. They went right after both gaines and took them as easy as rolling off a log. There was nothing else for .They outbatted, outfielded, outgeneralled and outclas- sed the Miners all the way through, It was a sorrowful day for the fans there was no help for it. la the two -games the 'Hatters made twenty-six hits for thirty-'ive bases and eighteen runs whlK- the locals came out with twentyone hits for twenty-nine bases and ten run> Both games were full of sluggi ig urd the finer points of the game as doubles and a single off, him for two in tfte next. was lost so he took him out and put Canty m. He lasted two innings. He pitched alright but his support was rottert... and1 three more runs came in. Chesty Cox then took up the fcope- less task ond if he didn't win tfte game he certainly showed those swat, sters from the Gas City up for a few times. He fanned Whisman and Bfen- nett, two mighty willow wielders, at the first going-ofL They took two punky hits off :him in the sixth but the next three men fell ignominious- ly, two fanning. And so on through the game. The champions eould get on but they couldn't get off for Chesty. either fanned them or made them put up a punky kittle hit.-He'did not pass man. In the meantime the Miners were trying to work a victory off Bonn's- de- livery .with indiffertot success. They got two passes and. two hits in the second for two runs, but until: the seventh there -was nothing else doing.. Then Joe, Cox and Jack all landed on him for singles followed later by Lynch's pass and Canty's single all for two tallies. At looked as if there would be a cricket score for in the first two innings, both teams made twelve hits for twenty bases and twelve runs. It was a full -order of fire works with no extinguisher.. V The field wort by the Mad Hatters was perfection. Harper took twelve chances without a slip and Campbell; took nine. Bell did not have as many chances as Harper but he took 'them an but one and that was almost ex- cusable. Btll is, all things considered, the best man "in the the league. Townsend continues to im-- prove and is now one of the best in the bunch and'he is not so rotten as a hitter either. The visiting, infield as usual pulled off a couple'fast double plays made brave attempts at some more which they nearly made good. The MEDICIINE HAT- AB R H E Bennett, rf. 5 1.3 1 GO-' Campbell, 2b........4 1.0 540 Wilson, cf...........6123 00 Zimmerman, If. Dunn, ___.'... 5 2 2 1 6 2 501 0 1 400 Wayd, c, 4 2 Childers, 3b. .0 O-.l 1 6' Harper, ss. 5 1. 2 5 70 Whisman, ...510710 45 11 1527 16 0 AB E H 0 A E Joe Corrigan, 4 21 -1 2 2 Cox 5 2 4 1 1 0 Jack Corrigan, rf. 2 Kelly, c. 5 0 13.0 0 1 1 5 Lynch, 3b.' 4 0 2 0 2 0 Canty, 5 0 2 1 '0 0 Bell, ss. 4 0 '0 2 4 1 Townsend, Ib. 2- 1 0 11 2 0 Pieh, 2 110-01 Killalay, cf. 2 .0 0 1 0 0 AB R H 0 A E Benneti, rf..........3 1 0 0 0 0 2b. .......5 11420 Wilson, cf........... 534100 Zimmerman, If. 4 13600 Dunn, Ib...........4 0 1 7 1 2 Ward, c.............3 0 0 2 1 0 Childers. 3b..........4 0 0 4 4 0 Harper, ss..........4 0 0 3 4 2 Whisman, p........3 1 2 0 0. 1 AB R H 0 A E Joe Corrigan. cf. 5 1 1 1 00 Cox, 2b..............50 1 2 3 0 Jack Corrigan, rf. 3 0 1 1 0 0 Kelly, c. 0 1 5 1 0 Lynch, 3b............5 005 1 1 Caaty, if............4 0 '0 2 1 0 3 0 1 1 2, 0 35 7 12 27 12 4 By Innings: .Medicine .Hat .........521 200 Lethbridge .320 000 7 runs: Medicine Hat 7; Lethbridge 6. 3 base 'hits, 2 base hits, Ward, Bennett 2, 2 Dunn rifice hits, Bennett, Ward', Tack-Cor- rigan. Basses on. balls: Off Dunn; 4: off Pieh 1; off. Canty Hit, bv pitcher, Joe Corri- gan, Townsend 2. Struck out: By Dunn, 4; by Pieh 1: by Cox, 4. 'Double play, .Harper to ;Campbell to. Whisman 2. Lett iu bases: Med. Hat, 12: Leth. 0. I .TIC 1.45. Attendance 400. Umpire Bell, ss. Townsend, Ib. 4 1 1 10 1 1 Killalay, p. .........4 1 3 0 3 0 38 3 9 27 12 2 By Innings: Medicine Hat ..........240 100 Lethbridge ...........000 010 runs: Medicine Hat, 4; Lethbridge 2. 3 base hits: Bell, Killalay. 2 base hits, Zimmer- man 2, Wilson. Sacrifice flies, Ward, Jack Corrigan. Stolen bases, "Joe. Corrigan. Bases on balls: Off Whis- mnn 2; off Killalay, 5. Struck out: By Whisman, 2; by Killalay 4. Pass- ed balls. Kelly. 2. Left on bases, Medicine Hftt, 7, Leth bridge 11. Time 1.50. Attendance 100. Umpire Voss. Evening Game The evening event .was a regular Slugging was the order of the day and everybody took it. Five pitchers were used and pretty nearly used Whism.nn who won the af- t-'rnoon gamo undertook to repot mi- d se but he started off by hitting then Cox hit him for a single, sacrificed, Kelly knocked off a swat to the fence for irwft i f-p-'i two runs, and Lynch .r.'.v-'il with a single; and another >n, "'lion Manager Si thought it was -imc for a change and Dunn plaoc.v with Whisman. That, was bad but it. wasn't nucli C'ompnrrv.l with what the Mad Hatt ts did to Bcnno't gavp Joe ;i "ly and ho took it. With tint- fho awful bcgnn. C.TmpbeU EASTERN ATHLETES WIN Winnipeg, July a crowd of people at the Exhibition grounds tonight eastern athletes clear- ly demonstrated that they are bound to carry off nearly every honor at the Dominion Amateur championship, which will be concluded Satur- day afternoon. Two events were de- cided, the 440 yards falling to Lou Sebert, of Toronto, who ran in .fine form and on a heavy track- came. within a fifth of a second of the Can- adian record. In the heats of the other sprints the Toronto men it almost to themselves and are. cert- tain of first in 220, yards and hurdles. Whatever ciaaip- pointment, however, westerners may have felt from being so outclassed .in these distances was Harold Parsons of a fine win in the five m3es m.-'ihc best contest over this seen', in the west. After the .first mile, Stirling nf St. Chandler of Vancouver, and Schofield "of Toronto, were all in it but after miKs the first named collapsed, the pace being too" hot. From there n Parsons and Schofield made diner donjr pace till the last quarter when the Nwpawji boy -drew away to win by forty yards; TRIGGER AND TRAP following scores wore made at tin; gun club shoot Tuesday evening; J. C. Livingstone IS, H. P. Withers H. MacbHh 14. W. S. Shaver ?2, A. F. L. 13, F. R. A anew.- 1-i, H. Pjliing K. Livin- T DC H coproTis Rnpornntfy of (To He Conlinuud.) ;