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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald. Tuesday, July GINA GOT SHUT OUT Walters and his demon ath- letes blew into our fair city sometime fyesterday from the north, proceeded to the ball park and received as nice a little trimming at the hands of the local brigade. The score was 3 to 0. Roxy expected to pull off a victory yesterdav. bagger wiM-eh -were the only tiits Gad-' jdy allowed. Calgary won by 6 to 2.: twirled- good bail and' fielded his position well. Gaddy for Calgary also put up the Kellackey' made a home run for the locals.' This is the seventh, game Calgary has won" in succession. M. Calgary.-...........n- .010 102 -f 4 Batteries: Gaddy and Stanley, Col- lins and ITmpires: Geehan and Speiser. London, England, July -fr .It is reported on j- thority that Jack John John- soa. -will fight Sam Langford -f. or Tommy Burns ihere in .Sep- JL TIMELY HITTING WON GAME FOR .EDMONTON Edmonton, July hitting by Edmonton stick artists gave them the" opening game -with Brandon to- night. The -Angels came near to scoring in the third and seventh in- nings .when men were cut off at the plate by Mills peggig from left field. Brandon's one .run was by McDonougb. who made a circuit of the bases in the eighth inning on a dou- ble and two errors. Grady and Woods both pitched good ball and tshe re- sult was in .'doubt until the. ninth. Cox's hitting was a feature. WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE STANDING, Won Lost P. C. 0 1.000 .857 .857 SOCCER PLAYERS GIVE A PRESENT Last evening alter -the practice game of football t-hs members of the S.O.E. football club gathered in their dressing rooms to do honor towards one of their esteemed players.; .it was the presentation of a gold watch, fob and charm, suitable engraved to C. E. Stephenson, who left the city this morning for Spokane, where he intends to reside. Mr. Stephenson has been for two years with the S.O.E. football- club of and during .that per- I iod has gained the special and ad- j miration of his associates. He was considered as good a right half-back as ever played upon a Lethb'ridge field, and his departure will prove a considerable loss to the S.O.E. foot- ball ranks. The token of remembrance was pre- sented by Pres. F. Robins, who, to- gether with Secretary A. J. Warren and Charles made fitting ad- dresses, that, in their turn, were suit- ably replied to by Mr. Stephenson. The happy assembly broke up event- ually, with three rousing cheers for "Steevie." Calgar7 LETHBRIDGE Edmonton Brandon Medicine Hat Winnipeg Regina............ Moose Jaw .'429 .286 .143 .000 S. 0. E. Won Hot Game In a hotly contested and very even- ly matched game of football held last evening upon; the square, the S.O.E. team pulled. out of a scrimmage with the Britts by a score that stood 1-0 at the end. The made the only score of the evening. during the fiirst. half, the ball bulging the- nets oft Paunch's foot. The warriors were kept in control by Referee Alcock.. t "-T1 "5 ;-r- >A, NOTtHING DEFINITE FROM SASKATOON The only word received from Saskatoon re -itihe "taking over of the Medicine Hat in the Western Can- ada imeetjng had beent night for the. "time of this page going to press intelligence'i tiie outcome of the meeting has reached .here. iA telegram to Pxes. Eckstorru speaks" hope- fully of their entrance Into. the league." v ii. YOU CANNOT EXPECT GOOD LUCK in your fishing or snooting unleM you have the right tackle, "the right guns and ammunition. They'll all right if you get them.Kere. SO WILL THE WALL TENT and camp outfit we supply.- If there's anything for sport we htVen't got come and tell us what it. IB. 1 The Sporting Goods PHONE 1032 412 ROUND 7 STYLE-CKAPT CLOTHING s Best imported suits, English worsteds and tweeds.. Fancy worsteds in plain, greys and brown effects..... High grade Indigo wool serge (fast Nobby tweeds and, worsteds in all Imported flannel and homespuns serai-lined 2-piece suits Cheviots in black arid fancy and foreign weaves in the new Herringbone weave...'. "THE STORE" 0-7 can Bi get second" other SLATEE SHOES The Slater Shoe is made from the very highest grade leathers obtainable in the Canadian and English markets; made on exclusive lasts and all "Good Tear Welted." I have the sole agency for these shoes in in a variety of styles at prices pair. to Wear Slater Shoes once and you'll always wear them.. BUCHAN "THE MEN'S is always in the game with a High Class Stock of Men's Furnishings (Pennant Winning including Style-Craft Clothing, Slater Shoes, Lion Brand American Shirts and Collars, Irish Poplin, Ben- galine and Figured Silk Ties; Por- ous Knit, Silkette and Balbriggan Underwear; Cashmere and Silk 00 All Lisle Hosiery, Northern x Brand, Snag Proof, H Brand SGSjSOTl fill (Ml Engineer Overalls be pitching baX and Smocks; Acme, Storey, Osborne, .and gains at Ms best English made Gloves and Gauntlets; the very newest in fancy Linen and Straw Hats, also best English and American Fur Felt Hats in soft and stiff blocks; Trunks, Suit Cases and Travelling Bags, and everything to be had in an up to date Men's Furnishing store. When requiring anything in above lines it will pay you to airs tfirst Base Principle will be Quality al- ways CANADIAN AND AMERICAN SHIRTS Shantung Silk Imported Piques, Imported Crepes, Printed "Percales, White Oxfords 408 Round Street. Alto You will always get to home base if yon Slater Shoes Next Door to Eureka Theatre Coat and plain make at prices frora 85c to AH this season's styles. CANADIAN, ENGLISH AND AMERICAN HATS Stiff hats In grey and black, ne'west. blocks, prices to Soft felt hats in popular and staple shapes, from :1.75 to Straw and-linen summer hats in the most up to'date and seasonable styles, from....................5Qc to ;