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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THI LETHSRIOOC DAILY HERALD, WfDWEiDAY, JULY 21, ISM. PAGE 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, ehe Bt mat 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 il H' MEN'S HAND-TAILORED SUITS "9T i Re-inforced ia shoulders, has a tliousand 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 Clotmna? -Leod Bros THE GREAT CLOTHIERS OF THE GREAT WEST less than Hat Bargains In Latest Colors and Newest Models Alpine, Fedora, Tele- scope Flat Iron shapes in light grey and fawns. Not a hat in the lot worth Sale price I TIES Wash Ties, regular 25c. each, sale price 3 for Hook-on pure silk, regular 35c sale price Pure Silk Four-in-Hand, regularise each, sale price Latest plane Irish Poplin in all the newest shades, regular 65c, sale price 100 dozen Novelty Ties, sold everywhere at 75c, our sale price 25c 20c 20c 35c 50c Shoes 12 cases Shoes just received Kegular 2 cases Dongola Kid Men's Box Calf Blu. 4.00 150 Congress 5.50 vel. calf, kid top 6.00 White duck Oxford and Blu. 3.00 These prices are for three days only Sale price 3.00 4.00 4.00 4.50 1.75 Overcoats At one-third regular price Sample Top Coats for fall wear, regu- lar a An overcoat that holds every element of good quality, holds its shape, its style, color and finish Sale price ACQUAINTE MacLeod Bros Money Back if Not Satisfied ORABB STREET, Between DTJFFERIN and REDPATH The Hat Took the Last Game With Ease Medicine Hat, -July more the league leaders put it- all over the Miners and Keily was not in the game either. The Miners outfield was composed entirely of pitchers. With such a disorganized 'team {hey were .easy picking for the leaders wfto got and .runs -As usual the Mad Hatters 'played, a sharp j fielding game, and the .visitors had to work to get their five safe hits, al- though both runs were scored off er- rors By Harpor and Whisinan. AE R H 0 A E Joe Corrigan, 2b. 3 1 i i Cox, 2b 4 0 0 2 Lezie, cf 4 i 21 rf 3, o i i Lynch, c 3' 0 0 5 Canty, If 3 0 1 1, Bell, ss 3 o 0 2 Tqivnsend, lb o 0 8 p 3 0 0 4 0 0 o 1 o 2 0 0 2 29 2 5 21 15 MEDICINE HAT- AB R H 0 A L Bennett, cf..........4 2 3 Campbell, 2b 4 0 0 Wilson, 5 1 i Zimmerman, rf.....4 i i Dunn, p.............3 1 0 W, isman, lb. 3 i i 1 -ders, 3b.. .......4 i 2 i 1 Harper ss..........3 1 2 3 4 Davidson, c........4 2 1 1 1 34 10 11 24 9 2 Summary: Eorned runs, Medicine Hat 8. Two base Lezie, Wilson Harper, Bennett 2, Childers 2. Base on balls: Off Pieh, 4: Off Dunn, 1 Hit .by pitcher, Harper. Three base hits, Joe Corrigan, Bennett. First base on 2; Medi cine Hat, 3. Double plays, Dunn to Harper to Whisman. Left on bases Lethbridge 4; Medicine Hat 8. Stol- en bases, Davidson 2, Whisman 2, Bennett 2, Childers, Harper, Camp- bell. Struck out: By Pieh 2; by Whis- man 1. Passed balls, Lynch. Umpire Shuster. BASEBALL RESULTS National At Brooklyn Chicago 5; Brooklyn 10, At. }few St. Louis 4; New York 3. At Philadelphia 3; Pittsburg 0. American At Chicago- Chicago 6; Washington 1. At Cleveland Cleveland 0; Boston 4: -'Nevf- York 6. At. .St... St. Louis 0; Philadelphia 2. Eastern At- First Game- Jersey City, 8; Montreal 3, 13 inuga. Second Game r Jersey City 6; Montreal 3. -_ At i Newark 31; Toronto 10. 12 At -Rochester Baltimore 2; Rochester 8. At. Buffalo- Providence 0: Buffalo- .-1 Northwestern At Seattle 1 Aberdeen. 9. At Spokane- Portland 0; Spokane :2; A.t Tacoma 3; Vancouver 0. Weitern Canada-' At Medicine Lethbridge 000 100 5 3 Medicine Hat 310 012 10 11 2 Batteries: Pieh and Lynch: Dunn and Davidson. TJmpire Shuster. Call- ed on account of darkness. At Moose Jaw 000 Oil 020 4 Regina 000 .000 Batteries: Welsh and Anthony; Nei- denfehr and Ward. Umpire Grimes. At Brandon First Game- Winnipeg 000 000 Brandon 000 120 Batteries: Speiser and Edmunds; Earl and S tingle. TJmpire Ronesch. Second Game Winnipeg 100 000 000 Brandon 000 000 010 Batteries: Collins and Edmunds; Heinrich and Stingle. Umpire Ron- esch. Game called on account of darkness. At Calgary Edmonton 6 3 Calgary 000 000 5 3 Batteries: Grady and Burridge: Crist and Sheehan. Umpire Voss. Hings Made 102 Runs Yesterday at the-R. N. W. M. P. grounds the Xeth bridge Cricket team once morev showed that they number amongst their members as good crick- eters as any in the province. As the Okotoks cricket team are in the "Al- berta league daptain Ely decided to put forth every effort to give: them a good game in order to draw atten- tion to the fact that the distance from the scenes of conflict and in conse- quence, the financial difficulties en- tailed, are the only reasons why the local team is not a member of -the same league. Play was commenced at twelve oclock and the Okotoks team elected to go to bat. The fielding of the Lethbridge men was rather loose but due to the good bowling of Hings and Lansdell, the Okotoks team was all out for 59 runs. The Lethbridge team then went to bat "and managed to corral 155 runs before the first wick- et fell. During this period Mr. Hings had not given a single chance and, after two more wickets had fallen, having made 102 not he retired on his laurels. Before the locals were finally retired they had. knocked up 245 runs, truly an excellent score. The5 next high scores of the Leth- bridge men were Lansdell 51 and Sergt. Sexton 50. The score bowled Lansdell 2 bowled Lansdell s' T. A. bowled Hings ____ 11 r- bowled Hings 1 hit Lansdell 4 bowled Lansdell 3.0 Run out 10 Rim iout ____ ______ i' 'ulerton bowled Hings ____ 4 Not out ____ o caught Robinson, bowled Kings _____ ____ 2 Byes _____ Leg byes ____ 3 No balls 1 Total 59 F. Retired ;i02 Enowles, bowled MeHadew 51 ;.T. bowled JpsejJha 0 )r. S. bowled Josephs 3 Sergt. caught Barth, bowled -MeUadew 50 Bl Josephs 5 CorpJ: 6 I. caught Sarth, bowled Mel- ladew ____ ____ ____ 14 c. and b. Josephs 0 S. R Not out 4 eid, c. Knowles, 3 Byesv I...'..' "Wiftes No balls Total 1.245 .STANLEY KETCHSLL HURT San Francisco, 'Cal., ley Ketchell, champion- middle- weight pugilist was painfufiy. injured yesterday by being thrown riolently against the front of which he was ridiife- the machine collided with It was feared at first that" his -been but later, developments showed only a severe -strain. His hands were badly cut byx glass. BUT CHRISTY'S FJNGER BROKEN I New York, July York's chance? for the National League pen- nant received a serious set-back this afternoon, when in the seventh in- ning of the game with St. Louis, i Christy Mathewson, the team's star pitcher, had the second finger of his left hand broken in stopping a liner from DeJahunty's bat. Mathewson has been New York's one consistent winner this season and has not been deieated since May 24. The big pitchor had to leave .the game at once and a surgeon who attended to his injured finger reported that it would be at least two weeks before he could enter the game. Manager McGraw was banking heavily on Mathewson in the series with Chica- go, starting on Thursday. "There's that ten I owe Now we are you. WISE CHILD. ne "What a bright talk T "Yes'm, he am say 'Thanks when you pift a nickel in his ;