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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta yaw; THE LETHBRIDQE DAILY Huegel Bros, Those [2] fanny fellows 2. WWre Brwken Rwr 3. Tke Pettktats for Hm 4. Sutler's Daiftor Mattie Quinn The Singing and Dancing Soubretie PEBFORMAJJCE CONTINUOUS Wkei tfce Firmei Face tie Foe UNMERCIFULLY WALIOPED Lethbridge Is Once More Outclassed At the Hat ORTS AND AMUSEMENTS The Lyceum Tent Theatre Corner Redpath ant GlynStreets ONE NIGHT ONLY, THURSDAY, POLLARD'S Opera Company The Cast includes the principal Star Graduates of, the lard's Lilliputian Opera Company Alfred MoNamara Willie Pollard. Harold Fraser. Jack les Chester, Fred Polferd, Frank Cherry Moore, Ada Hind. Emmy Davis, May Pollard and 1 In Sidbiey Jones' Merry; Musical Farce "WIDOW O'BRIEN PRICES, now on 75c., and Gallery Sale at Higinbotham's 50c.. Seats Dmg Store. Medicine Hat. July 19.-The Miners .were unmercifully walloped tonight, j 'when league leaders fell upon Lezie for no fewer than twenty-one hits- His support was moat ragged, and Lezie did not kill himself trying jto save a hopeless situation. Cox j finished up the game in the 'box. The 'Mad Hatters played steady ball and although the Miners often got on the S bases, sharp fielding kept them from crossing the pan. I LETHBRIDGE AB R H 0 jjoe Gorrigan. cf 3001 I Cox, 3b and p 3 Corrigan, rf and 2b 3 Kelly. 2fe and 3b 4 'Lynch, c 4 iCaaty. li Bell, ss 3 ITownsend, Ib 3 ;Lezie, p................... 2 2b.........] DORANDO'S OPINION OF AMERICA 'he protested, "to last a" life- time." Twenty thousand dollars and _ that oceans a hundred thousand York July 19.-" America is a francs is the sum the little racer says great counter to' make money in picked up in a short time he spent fame is the con- in States and he expects tobe A E ato n crete opinion of Dorando. t-he Manwbte to make that much every year thon "runner, in an interview at. Geu-as long as his endurance -holds good. oa, according to a special rable des- FIGURE IT OUT? patch, and both ca.me easy. He add- _ ed "you make the other peo- pie make vou the fame." Brando (High River Times) on land Wat was immediate- The calibre of the L ethbndge la- lv assailed bv a hundred and twenty has been the subject of 0 0 0 0 V 0 0 0 0 i IV ijj a. rt. 0 OJftalian reporters ,tnd almost and the receipts. Sinclair got the ball and was work- ing in on the defence when he reeeiv- 1 ed a hard body check and was laid j out for a few minutes, but did not retire. Both teams -did some very, (loose passing, losing some excellent chances to score by fumbling the 'ball Neither team seemed to want to mix it. .up aiwi make it lively tout played a very 'genteel game. After a lot of passing up and. down the field Leth- bridge notched another one via mer, time 10 minutes: Nanton be- gan-to- waken up and dug in and, took the ball down with ease, tout lost on the shot, recovering it in a scrimmage in front of the goal. Mc- made a pretty score on a-diffi.- cult shot, time 5 minutes. Time was called immediately after this score. Last Quarter Sinclair was ruled off for five min- utes for cross checking, the only.pen- alty in the game. The ball was pass- ed 'ug and down the-field, and-some .very Icose lacrosse was played all Rochon's Randy Kittkn Confectioners and Ice Cream Specialists THAT'S IT! Beside the New Fire Hal I THE City Bakery KOBT. SCOTT, PBOP. Phone 381 goal within one minute of Campbell Pooling Cook on a lloing shot. JTime :with the I ball I {The a's follows j Xahton Lethbridge, j goal Cook point McCoryey r-t defence McKeown 2nd defence Devinc 3rd defence McHale JWinkler Pbrteous I Quay "iBailey "ProgrcssBraHd" Clothing f JAtl Is with the BEST FIXTUtES IN ALBERTA BALL TEAM HOME TOMORROW The Lethbridge ball team comes home tomorrow lor a clash with Edmonton. Three games are scheduled with the tail-enders. This is their first appearance here. POLLARDS PLAY CRICKET Macleod, July played the local cricketers here on Saturday and won after two innings play by 92 to 82. There was a big crowd present. The Pollards are from Australia and of course are nurs ed and raised on cricket. MISS H. A. DEMPSEY Bachelor of Mueic (Tria Univ. Teacher of piano, organ and principal of the piano dept., Leth bridge Conservatory of Music, ru pils prepared for all examinations For terms address Lethbridge Gon servatory of Music, or residence, cor Arbyle Ave., and Bartlett St. BUT THINK FOR A MOMENT-HERE IS A GOLDEN OPPOR- TUNITY FOR YOU. ACREAGE PROPERTY SOUTH OF FAIR GROUNDS AT A VERY REASONABLE PRICE AND ON EASY TERMS. TO MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY IS TO MISS THE BEST CHANCE IN YOUR LIFE. THINK THIS OVER. A. M.MATULIS REAL ESTATE Room 4 Bryan Block It's Surprising to note.. The surprise of people who visit our restaurant the first time Try it! The Fashion The Menu at The Alberta Restaurant is as extensive as any in. the city. Open day and night. Everything in season. Chow Sam's RESTAURANT Provides the the market affords It's served right, and the prices are right Open Day and Night i Chow Sam Co. ;