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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THC HTHBRIQQK DAILY HIBALO, THUWDAY, JULY It, INI. The Lyceum Tent Theatre Corner Redpath an i Glyn Streets ONE NIGHT ONLY, THURSDAY, JULY 22nd, POLLARD'S Opera Company SPORTS The Cast includes the principal Star Graduates of the Pol- lard's Lilliputian Opera Company Alfred Goulding, Teddie McNamara, Pollard. Harold Fraser, Jack Pollard, Char- les Chester. Fred Pollard. Frank Cherry. Frank Chester, Eva Moore, Ada Hind, Emmy Davis, May Pollard and Eva Pollard. In Sidney Jones' Merry Musical Farce "WIDOW O'BRIEN" EDMONTON TEAM EASY MARKS Coirigan's Nine Outclassed j Dinnie McGuires Irish- Dysentery, Colic, Grampe, Cholera Morbus, Cholera Infantum, Seaaiok- Summer Complaint, and all Looseness or Fluxea of the Bowela. MRS. THOS. TV. WEAVER. Coal Creek, writes: ''My girl was taken ill with a very bad attack of diarrhcea. Nothing seemed to do her any good. Hear- ing of your wonderful medicine, Dr. Fowler's Kxtract of Wild Strawberry, I went at once and got a bottle, and to my great surprit-e, after taking a few doses, she was completely cured." wish to wtrn pub- lie impowd ou by unscru- pulous dealers who the wdlwi "Strawberry for Dr. Fowler's. It you want to U on t Mf, Mfc for Dr. FowIcrVi Extract of Wild Strawberry. liwiKt on what you ask for. TheorirtnAlig manufactured br'l'he-T. Jlllburo Co., Toronto. Ont. K MK. JfcTFRIM, Owen Sound, writes: I always keep a bottle of Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawberry in the house, and would not can to with- it, as I hare proved it again and again to be a never-failing remedy for diarrhcea. Whenever I am threatened with it one teanpoonful of the Extract' faces me completely." Crow's Nest 'THE BEAUTIFUL" The Picturesque Top o' the World Silvery-Lakes Singing Brooks p PRICES, 75c., and Gallery 50c.. Seats now on Sale at Higinbotham's Drug Store. 1. Sicilian Hermit 2. Mysterians Knight 3. Two Great Gifts 4. Doll Making Huegel Bros. Those [2] funny fellows Miss Mattie Quran The Singing and Dancing Soubrette CONTINTJQUS PERFORMANCE men Nine small icebergs drifted down from the direction of the Arctic circle landed ou the Lethbridge baseball park to melt. It was certainly hot enough for them and before tlu- win over they had melted "to pieces. Diany McGuire's bunch of Irishmen jiiadt- their first appearance un the lo- I cai diamond aud from first appear- I aiices seemed frozen stiff. Corrigau i had a rearranged team. Fred Lcpper who played short for the Y. M. C. j tfim in the Lethbridge city league team last year has been sign-jd j is playing the awkward coraor. H-- had no chanct-s to field but lv od with the willow. Cox at i played a careful and steady game. 1 The hero of the game was Smith, j He started in to pitch for the Eski- mos but seven hits in a row as many runs in the first innings chas- ed him to right field to trade places with Knotty Lee who did little better. Smith at got after a long fly LEAGUE STANDING Medicine Hat....... 34 15- 22 26 31 29 29 33 34 >t vn r vi cot Winnipeg 37 30 27 25 25 Brandon 23 Calgary Moose Jaw Lethbridge Resrina Edmonton i; .694 .627 .536 .466 .46; .463 .411 .333 GREAT FOOTBALL MATCH PLAYED from Cox, and got it with one hand while vn the jump. He set the fans j Craz3' by robbing Lynch of a sure j three-bagger by an even more sensa- mean that the club is j tioaal stunt in 'the next iimihsr. He On Square Last Night In Which the Home Team Was Victorious The ancient football enemies, Pin- cher Creek and Lethbridge, met on the square last night to play the re turn match for they played a tie a BALL TEAM NEVER DEFEATED .be taken to ._.. _____ invincible or that it has not played j was given the glad hand. Spokane, Wash., July 22.-Libby, teams> but to The game was a slugging match cate that its team work is as near Bell o-of. r-a-n mining and lumjjor town on the north i wcji iwo aouDicb and a penection as human ingenuity can Lepper three rh slope of the Cabinet mountains in the :mako it. The club does not possess L.hile i t Wiint -Dremicin took toe same riiimlvr _.- i t '____ -t -t oa.1 ULIIIIUCI northwestern part of Montana, north one of the original nine of 1894, After east of here, is the home of a team though the organization has been of non-professional baseball players. kept and regular which has gone through. 15 seasons without a single -defeat. Experts de- clare there is not another club in the history of the game that can make such, a showing. The Libby team has played against flu- best clubs in nor- thern 1-daho and western. Montana, also travelling organizat ons. So far this season it has defeated clubs from Troy. Bonners, Ferry, Bexford. Whitefish and several other towns in Idaho and Montana. This is not to ule iv.---- season since that time. first two innings the local with the -s of chances and often sett j ing caught. At the end of the fourth i immgs MtNt-ill, who- had pitched HELP LACROSSE BOYS good ball, mired to save himself for 'another time, and Killalay finished out the game, allowing only three hits The Intermediate Lacrosse team have decided to appeal to the public j in tlie tliree innings played. for a little fiuancial assistance. S. G. Davies will be glad to accept any donations. When called upon the boys are looking for you to cheerfully remit. T'le Tcks mta the third d let them four could do ntohing with he eased for three The whole performance outside of 1 Smith' I am Your Bosom Friend We guarantee our work. Give us a trial with your next bundle. LETHBRIDGE LAUNDRY Co. TERMS STRICTLY CASH Box 477 C. S, FARROW, Manager Pho 145 s stunts was slow after the first innings. Though it was not -very dark, Umpire Voss called it off at the MM M Me. Your Palm Read He. Past, Present and Future RCDUCED PRICES FOR 3 DAYS ONLY As a matter of advertise- ment, MADAME DEL. MAR, The famous iat, will read your palm for the small fee of .50c. COME NOW, OON'l DEUf Find out what the future has in store for you. Madame Del mar guaran- tees to reveal every in- cident %of your life, past, present and future. Office hours, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Room No. 1, Shepard Block, NEXT TO ALEXANDRA CAFE -fi By Innings: Edmonton: Lethbridge lend of the seventh. The score.- Edmonton I-ee r.f. and p.. McGuire 2b. jBrennan 3b. i O'Brien s.s. jGragion Ib. and c. Burridge c. and Ib iShea, 1.1 Parker c.f. Smith p and r.f. Lethbri-dge Joe Corrigan c.f. Cox 2b. Jack CorriEran r.f. Kelly.. In." Lynch., c Canty Bell "s.s. Lepper 3b. "McNeill, p. Killalay p. AB EH PO A'E 4 4 4 3 2 3. 3 3 2 23 1 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 6 2 5 0 1 1 2 2 1 3 Pigcher Creek on Victoria Day. Th Westerners had a strong aggregation but they were no match fur the loca .soccers, who outplayed them at al stages of the game and won by 4 to 1 The game as a whole was a good exhibition of the great- game. The head work and footwork of both teams at times was right up to the cham- pionship mark. For combination and speed the locals had it over their opponents. Pincher made the first score on a penalty kick shortly after the opening of the contest, Cox, the always star of the. Pincher Creek forward line doing the trick. Lethbridge came Tight back with a similar play, An- derson coming up to take the kick which was duly placed where it ought to go. That ended the scoring for the first half.. Both teams played better ball in the second half. The locals settled right down to business. The Pincher boys vere held down tight and were not al- owed to break away in many rushes vhile the local boys took advantage of several opportunities to get away i BASEBALL RESULTS Western Canada At Medicine Hat- Calgary 000 C02 7 4 Medicine Hat Oil 100 9 5 Batteries: Parkes and Sheehan; Nel- son and Davidson. At Brandon- Brandon .............000 102 Regina 030 400 Batteries: Woods and Stingle; Hook- er, Ward and Quinn. Umpire Grimes. At Moose Jaw- Moose Jaw .....no 010 3 1 Winnipeg ......000 001 2 2 Batteries: Eosear and Ward; Cier- zan .and Anderson. Umpire Duff. National At Philadelphia- Philadelphia 2; Pittsburg 1. At Cincinnati 2; Boston 7. At Brooklyn- Chicago 3; Brooklyn 2. At New St. Louis 7; New York 11. American At Chicago 6; Washington 3. At Detroit- Detroit 3; New York 0. At Cleveland- Cleveland 4; Boston 2. Eastern At Newark-4; Montreal 2. At Providence 0; Rochester 2. At Jersey City and Baltimore, rain Northwestern At Seattle 0; Aberdeen 6.- At Portland 4; Spokane 5. At Tacoma 0; Vancouver 6. Gigantic Snow-Capped Mountain Peaks Boating Trout Fishing Hunting Saddle Horses Pack Horses Carriages Tents Dancing Pavilion Menagerie Ball Grounds Excellent Cuisine Buffet Service NO MOSQUITOES SUMMIT HOTEL ffONIGHT THE POLLARD'S OPERA COMPANY WILL PRODUCE "WIDOW O'BEIEN" 'his is what the Vancouver World of June 30th had to say of the pro- duction It was a very friendly audience which- greeted the Pollard's Opera LUJUIUCO tlVV it V and rushing the opposing i at tlle Vancouver Opera hree times being successful in find- j House_ last niifct and a good deal of ng the net Pairbrother and Whyte j cariositv was evinced as to what sort being responsible. The game closed these former wonder "'-1- T Andy Good, Prop. Rates Reasonable The Menu at i The Alberta Restaurant is as extensive as any in the city. Open day and night.- Everything in season. Sophia of Kravonia By Anthony Hope V 5 9 21 10 5 the agCTes-'Children would Sive-" Regular patrons of the" theatre have established quite Referee Tabrum gave perfect satis- Pollard cult and the of with Lethbridge still on sive. faction as refree and the game through "ihose dea.T Australian children" is out was clean, though-at times hard a theme.. But time rolls oh The teams lined up as follows; Boss; Ml backs Anderson, Wells; half backs. Firth 5 2 5 2 5 1 2 2 4 4.33 301 1-00 0 0 5 0 0 0 2 I 1 Oj 1 3 0 0 0 38 17 16 21 12 1 Runs. 003 001 5 Hits 104 111 Runs 751 103 T Hits 751 012 summary- Earned runs, (Edmon- ton 3, Lethbridge 11; 2-base hits smith, Bell 2; stolen bases, Cox. Jack jOorngan, Canty; sacrifice hit, Can- ty; bases on balls, off Lee 2, off Me- Neili 1; off Killilay 2. Struck out- By Lee 2; by MeNeuLz; by Killalay. 2. Left on bases: 5- j Lethbridge, 3. Attendance 500. Time [1-40. Umpire Voss. Cheswicky McHveney; forwards Rudd, Fairbrother, Whyte, Holbertson am Joyce. Pincher Knight: .full backs, Bodell. Hiscocks; half backs, t Allison, Chambers, Pearson; forwards jjjMesney, McKechnie. Burkis, White 0land Cox. 0 THAT OKOTOKS CHALLENGE The Sons of England write accept- ing the challenge of Okotoks to a football to be arranged. The S. 0. E. F. C. cannot back them- selves for any amount but the Oko- toks will be easily covered by UPTON'S POOL ROOM Is supplied with the BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA And is cool, bright and pleasant. Best Cigars and Tobaccos in stock Barber Shop in Connection Basement of (Mirer Block TRIGGER AND TRAP Good scores were made at the trap last evening, the weather being per- fect. j G. L. Anderson was high gun with 20. Livingstone, Johnson and As- new tied for second place with 19 each It took, fifteen birds each to decide the tie, Livingstone winning out with fourteen to Johnson's and thirteen. The score? wore: Livingstone 19. Hayr 12, Johnson 19, Phair 18 Staf- ford, J. W. 16, Anderson 20. Witchew 16, Agnew 19, Shover 16. supporters of the S. O. .E. FORFEITED GAME TO NORTH WARD Last night Umpire Dorr forfeited the game to North Ward on account of the Red Sox third baseman not leaving the field. North Ward 9; Red Sox 0. and the children must grow, up' and the very clever company which open- ed at the Opera House last night is of the former stars of t-Be big juvenile production. It is only a few months since the Pollards paid Vancmjver Ansrusr.' fought cl "8th dale of its receipt day also the news of the disaster. On the llth the casu- alty list revealed Casimir de Savres' A few lines from a brother oC- cbannel of commerce and the medium THAT'S IT! Beside the New Fire Hall THE City Bakery ROBT. SCOTT, PKOP. Phone 381 of trade TOith tbe_ country 'round about. To the south the wall has-been entirely demolished, its site being occupied by a boulevard, on to which faces a line of handsome modern residences, for as the North river is for trade, BO the visit before returning to Australia and now Ada Hind and Teddy MeNamara are here as grown-ups. It was diff> cult to recognize (Miss Moore in the charming role of Dora McAllister. There was ;j] j South is for pleasure, and this boule- name that something convinced that they knew her, but it was not until the second act that they knew their favorite, it be whisper- Moore played boys' parts with the juvenile troupe and we' did not recognize in her the haughty voung lady in dainty muslin, but when she got into mail attire- hen we knew her. "'Widow O'Brien' -ah! A. DEMPSEY Bachelor cf Music (Trin Dniv.) leacher of piano, organ and theory principal.of the piano dept., Leth- bridge Conservatory of Music. Pa- pus prepared for all examinations For terms address Lethbridge Con- eervatory of Music, or residence, ewr Arbyle Ave., and Bartlett St. SINGING, Miss Ursula Arcner, pupil of the celebrated teacher, WilHtm speare, will receive pupils in singing and voice production. engage- ments for Ballad At the Lethbridge Conservatory of Music COUNT THE HAPPY FACES and you'll know the number of draughts of PERFECT SODA that our fountain has supplied. Absolutely pure, fresh fla- vors, richest cream. No soda in town equal to ours. Have you tried ours? Rochon's Kandy Kitchen Confectioner! and loe Cream Specialists is the" title of the ollard production and a very merry nterlude it is, providing plenty of aughter interspersed with songs. The bulk of the fun-making fell on Alfred Goulding, who, as Widow O'Brien, proved himself a "ferst-dass comedian! He created a very happy spirit and his appearance on the stage was the signal for an outburst of mirth. He .sings several songs, but the mock- ballad he rendered brought down the house. Eva Moore has a fascinating stage presence and sings 'in a charming manner. All her numbers were excellently and particularly a little love song with a lilt- ing refrain. Ada Hind delighted ev- erybody as Nora and seems destined for a very successful musi- cal comedy career. Teddie McNamara came in for an ovation and added to the gaiety of the evening considerably. Jack Pollard, Emmy Davis, May Pollard. Willie Pollard, Fred Pollard, Frank Cherry, and Frank Chester are "included in vard has been carried across the stream and on beyond the old limits of ttie city and runs for a mile or farther on the right bank of the reunited Kratb, forming- a delightful and well McAllister, shaded promenade, where the citizens besides' the are accustomed to take their various the audience forms of erercise. Opposite to it, on the left bank, lies the park attached to the palace. That building Itself, da ting "from 1820 and regrettably typical of the style of its period, faceslhe river on the left bank just where" the stream takes a broad sweep, to the south, giving a rounded margin to the king's pleasure grounds. Below the. palace there soon conies open country on both banks. The bou- levard merges'In the main postroad to Volseni..and to the mountains which form the eastern frontier of the king- dom. At this date and for a consider- able number of years afterward the only rail-way "line in Kravonia did not follow the course of the Krath. which itself afforded "facilities for traffic and Intercourse, but ran down "from the north, having it? terminus on the left bank of" the North river, whesce a car- riage bridge gave access to'the city. To vote money is one thing, to raise it. and to spend it on the desig- nated objects a third. Not a stone nor a sod of the new forts was yet In place, and., Slavna'9 solitary defense was the ancient castle which stood OD the left of the bank just at the point of bisec- tion, facing the casino and the botanical gardens on the opposite hank. Sulei- man's tower, a re i ic of Turkish rule, Is built on a simple square curtain, with a bastion at each corner, incloses a massive circular tower. The gate faces the North river, and a bridge, which admits of being raised arid low- ered, connects tbis outwork with the north wall of the city, which at this ij point Is In good preservation. The fort roomy. Two or three hundred Chow Safn's RESTAURANT Provides the best the market affords It's served right, and the prices are right Open Day and Night Chow Sam It's Surprising to note III the cast, and these graduates of a fa- ous school may be congratulated upon so successful in.intrnmt.ing atic career. A crowded house should again greet the performers this evening. Ono car of settlers' effects for War- ner has front Minn., for A. E. The surprise of people who visit our restaurant for the fint time Try it nwo conld find quarters tfoerc, and, al- though It is under modern conditions of little use ngninst an enemy from without, Jt .occupies a position of con- siderable strength with regard to the city Itse'f. It formed time the headquarters and residence of the com- mtndant of the gnrrlson, a post held by heir to the throne, the Prince of Slavna. In spite of the flatness of the aur- andtag coontrr. npr-oa ranee of Mavna not unpicturesque. Time and (To Bt Continued.) The Fashion Cafe Letters of of tl estate of the late -Jacob Magrath, have been granted J< Taylor, of Mmgrath, son of the ;