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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD. FRIDAY, JULY 28. IMi._ .PICTURES. CD. __ ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE 1. Tie at Hone 2. Deiiy Plant 3. Clw's XMS 4. Wwten Coirtskip Pondering." Kuegei Those [2] funny fellows Mattic Quinn The Singing and Dancing Soubretfe CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE ANADIAN RAILWAY Excursion Rates SEATTLE To New Westminister, Vancouver, Victoria and Seattle. LIMIT 60 DAYS Tickets on sale daily, May 29th to Sept; 30th. Stopover Privileges. For further particulars apply to B. MITCHELL, Atfent, Lethbridge J. E. PBOCTOB, D. P. A.? Calgary MAY DRAFT A SPORTS Latest Proposal Affecting Western Canada League TO PLAY OFF THE TIE The oxt-cutivo --of the City Foot- ball League met last night after the match. The schedule has now bi-en completed, and as was expected the Sons of England and the Caledonians tie for first place. It was decided that the tir- be played off within two weeks from date, and that the secretaries of the uvo teams arrange the date. It was found that the Pineher Crerk march was not a financial tlie K-ague having failed to the guarantee of by about It was decided to make the draw for the Wright Charity Shield at the n.xt regular meeting, the inst. The fallowing is the complete standing- of the teams in the city leaue: Look The Part Make the world judge you for what you are. As the passing throng see win OIll'tr fifOS! that outside worthy of the man within. Clothing 0. E. F. 6 5 6 5 two .ag. P 5 21 3 10 493 "10 18 11 2 1 4 1 4 points Winnipeg, Man.. July mret- ine of the executive committee A. 0. F. the Western Canada Baseball League Leafs will be held at Medicine Hat Mou-j get day, when several important business j Leafs defaulting. matters will be discussed. Chief; among these will be the discussion: CHALLENGE j oi a proposed new schedule of games, i The baseball team hereby j Though the Jeague is yet on pretty; challenge to play any picked team ia j "ood standinc. many of the teams town, North Ward.. Boy's Club Jun-i have not been getting the backing; iors, No. 3 Cubs, Little Bugs or any from the public that they think they team jn the city. deserve and as the expenses are very; Harry Dorr, Manager, high on account of the long it is more than likely that a new schedule will have to be drafted in order to lessen expense. The trip; J from Winnipeg as far west as ..Tbe Khan" in Toronto bridge entails considerable expense, j bear-bating- was esteemed the honest on acquaintance. The rich, handsome appearance but reflects the careful workmanship and honest materials of the parts within. "Progress Brand" Clothing gives the maximum style, wear and value. 31 Great Ball Player Who Has Retired From the Game CALGARY OPPOSED Calgary, July baseball directors are much opposed to the proposition to divide the Western Canada League into two parts, Eastern and Western, and say that they prefer to drop out. Baseball has been a paying venture in Calgary this year and the team is ahead of the game. while it implies the same with the jheatenlsh and unchristian; the sport j H. fi'ntberg Co. Ll'mftld, teams from the west travelling east. .it not the inhumanity, gave of-j w With a view to lessening the expen- j History of England, j McKELVIE ses several proposals will be made Hosea. SpuJprn. who is holding at the meeting to be held Monday, [meetings in the bush near Eock! u.hv not stop to aU'dangerous One of these is that the teams bejchapel. socked it to the Tuttletown. WJu. nQt forbid swimm. divided intc two divisions, West and [baseball team last night. He hoped boatinfr scitting on the East, giving them the same standing that they would discontinue the un-! s" they' now have, and a series played holy practice of playing baseball, or NOTICE TO CHILDREN A special reel will be exhibited at Saturday's matinee the Eureka for the---benefit of all children show- ing ho-w dolls are constructed. A very interesting reel showing how eacib part is made and then put together. Taifortd 6jr acd the winner of each division play a post series of games at the end of an kind of -ball, for He had e whole sheaf of newspaper clip- He -lacrosse JVJ __ the season for the championship. giving an account of the des- Western Division would be composed! traction of various youths through of Edmonton, Calgary, Medicine Hat j the land were launched mto and Lethbridge. while the Eastern i eternity by a baseball or bat would take in Winnipeg, a crack at football aad to j on the side, and made a proiound im- jpression on all the old womea of jboth sexes in the congregation. It is to be feared'that Rev. Spul- in is down on these pastimes, not 100 because they are wicked, but because JUNIOR CLUB STANDING Won Lost P.C. North Ward 6 2 -750 Boys' Clnb -5001- Eed Sox 5 6 young much. Tf these games fellows them so steps, sprawling on the grass, marry- a young man to reform -him, and so on'? All these are -dangerous games and have claimed millions of victims. Why not exterminate the spare bed, the frying pan, the quick lunch, ice cream, canned pork and beans, welsh rarebit, steam beer, and, save what's left of the population from destruc- tion The only "way for the young fellows to put a stop to Bev. Spulpin is to get up a baseball tournament, and devote the proceeds to buying him a your Palm Reed Past, Present and Future REDUCED PRICES FOR 3 DAYS ONLY As a matter of advertise- ment, MADAME DEL. MAR, The palm- ist. Trill read your palm for the small fee of .50c. COME NOW, DON'T DEUY Find out what the future has in store for you. Madame Delmar 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 new horse. That sort of thing has are so been tried before, and successfully. Yale's Baseball Captain UPTON'S POOL ROOM Is supplied vitb the BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA And is'cool, bright and pleasant. Best Cigars and Tobaccos in stock Barber Shop in .Connection Basement of Oliver Block I am Your Bosom Friend We guarantee our work. Give us a trial with your next bundle. LETHBR1DCE LAUNDRY Co. TERMS STRICTLY CASH Box 477 C. S, FARROW, Manager Pho 145 Fielder -Jones, the former manager of the Chicago White Sox, is with "Mike" Donlin the champion hold out in tbe big league. Jones .has re- peatedly threatened to quit the game but no one ever took him seriously, but this year he has carried out his oft threatened' .desire and has failed up to date to put in an appearance to pilot, the White Sox. whom he so successfully landed as pennant win- ners and world champions just two years ago. Jones is a great head player, and h s loss to the Chicago team and to the game has been keenly felt. T-he veteran leader is a student of every game, and there are very few who can outguess Fielder Jones when it comes right to doing the right thing at the right time. is a clever hitter and great outfielder and has the happy faculty of 'being able to -get the -best results at all out of his men. It is hoped that Fielder Jones will change has mind and return to. the fold, for he has many friends in profession who would welcome- -his re- appearance. England Restaurant It's making a good im- pression NEW KILL BLuCK Union Restaurant's old stand BASEBALL MATCH AT CARMANGAY. The jraine was started about, 4.30 when the excitement of '-the auction sal'j was over. The crowd was about even for both turned out loyally to support their favorites. So- no matter what happened there were both cheers and jeers which added to- the excitement. Cleverviile 001 310 8- Cannangay 030 021 3- The teams lined up as follows: Cleverviile Al. Harper, p.; Fred Wise, c.; H. Harper, lb.; Martin Cle- ver, 2b. Dave Patterson, 3b.; E. Grieb, s.s.; J. Harper, r.f. H. e.f.; G. Clever, l.f. Peck, p.; Spranger- c.; St. Luke, lb. 2b.; 3b. Isaacson, s.s.; I-yle, r.f.; Stev- ens, c.f.; Hatch, l.f. Dr. Bryans and DelL" Stanton. Every tittle girl in Lethbridge can see how dolls are made at the 'reka tomorrow afternoon. S. O. E. Beat Maple Leafs The S. O. E. footbal team trimiued the Maple Leafs last night on .the square by the score oi Holber- ton scored the first one for the Sons of England on a close kick. The Ma- ple Leafs scored a fluke one. McMil- lin made a corner kick and the ball glanced off the arm of one of the Sons into the goal. This ended the scoring in the first half. The Sons opened out a little harder, in the second half, scoring five.while they did not give the Leafs a chance at all. Barber scored three goals and Smith two. Although outclassed the Leafs gave them a. hard game, going right in and giving them some hard runs. Dave Milne refereed and gave sit- isfaction to all. This leaves the Caledonians --i-d S. 0. E. tied for the first place. HH game will be played off some time next week and promises to be a .bum- mer. The teams lined up as follov.-: S. 0. Filmer; iaU, V-ucfes, Farris. Chiswick; half backs, Cal3- Firth; forwards, Smith, Faunch, Holberton, Barber, Joyce. Maple Stowe; backs, Ho-wey, Brown; half backs. Galley, McKay, White; lin, Wyroess, English, Mo Mullen.' BOW ISLAND ALBERTA FOR SALE Residential and Business Lots Buy real estate in the most progres- -sive town in Southern Alberta, and thereby double your .profits Residential Lots from to Business Lots from to For terms call or write Ludtke Waddell Don't be in a Hurry! F. J. Murphy, Yale's bosobail from beginning to end. baseball victory tain, whose won __ measure for -their aefoat baseball championship from Harvard. lMt which at the Polo Ground, New York, score tho Bitterest doses that the 5 to 2- Fifteen fans, ratcdo. Vales have tastod since their football I I up principally of college men, wiiwsa- Jclcvon' was beotcn Kick sod the contest, which i last November. BUT THINK FOR A MOMENT-HERE IS A GOLDEN OP PORTUN1TY 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. PRICE PER ACRE-X CASH, BALANCE 18 MOS. _____ A. M. MATULIS REAL ESTATE Agent for Rapid Commercial Delivery Cars BRYAN BLOCK ;