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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta I THE LETHBRIOGE DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, JULY 23, I9M. PAGE tlVIH We Bid You Welcome lo 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 ruat 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 MEN'S HAND-TAILORED SUITS t Re-inforced in shoulders, has a thousand 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 your M-LeodBros, t THE GREAT CLOTHIERS OF THE GREAT WEST less than Hat Bargains In Latest Colors and Newest Models Alpine, Fedora, Tele- scope and Flat Iron shapes in light grey and fawns. Not a hat in the lot worth Sale price TIES Wath Ties, regular 25c. .each, sale price 3 for Hook-oil Ttes, pure silk, regular 35c each, sale price Pure Silk Four-in-JHand, regular 35c 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 2Sc 20c 20c 35c 50c 12 cases Shoes just received Regular 2wcases Boys' Dongola Kid Men's Box'Calf Blii. 4.00 5.50 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 An overcoat that holds every element of good quality, holds its its style, color and finish Sale price MacLeod Bros Money Back if Not Satisfied OR ABB STREET, et ween i DUFPERIN and REDPATH SPORTS BASEBALL Edmonton Taken In- to Camp By Four To One Lethbridge Joe Corrigan c.f. Cox 2b. Jack Corrigan, rf Lynch c. Canty. 1.1. Bell s.s. Lepper 3b.' i Townsend, Ib. p. 300200 411330 300110. 2 1 0 810 401000 There was a new Edmonton team on the diamond last night. The same players were in uniform except that Sterling wore the stellar Smith's uni- form. Bat what a difference! They were chuck full of ginger and worked like Trojans all the time. The Min- ers had to let out a cog or two in order to win and the result was one of the snappiest games seen yet. It was not particularly, exciting as the locals always had a lead and played to keep it. The infield pulled off a couple of double plays. Cy Pieh who was on the firing line was the king pin of one when he rap nearly over to third and caught a pop fly rneapt for a bunt with the bare hand and caught Burridge cold off first. Cox started the other handling a grounder from Sterling, tossed to Bell at sec- ond catching Shea and he pegged it to Townsend in time to catch Ster- ling, .Neither pitcher had very good con- trol, Pieh issuing six passes and I Sterling lour hm, both, tightened up in the predicaments. For four suc- cessive innings the Miners went out in order. On one occasion old Cy Cy retired the side on nine balls, fanning the first two and getting two strikes on the third before he poked j out a feeble grounder to Cox. The Miners took an early lead. In the first to centre. Cox got a hit in his favorite, place, Jack drew a bye, Lynch did likewise, filling the bases. Then Canty came along with a hit to centre scoring Cox. Jack was caught at the plate but Burridge made a bad throw to third to catch Lynch and he came in for number Uvo.j They more tallies till the seventh, when ....after -two were down, Lepper placed a nice, one in short right and .Townsend smote the ball for three bags. Lepper came home and' so did Townsend when Pieh sin- gled to centre. The Irishmen got .their lonely run in the sixth. Brenuan got his second hit but the next two died, Brennan getting to third. Burridge tore off one toward Joe scoring Brennan. Shea rode a freight and Parlcer hit ;to right. Jack got the ball back in to catch Burridge by yards. The-Eskimos never got more than one hit in an innings at any .other time, although Pieh's generosity frequently, let them on.-' Bell did a great fielding stunt tak- ing everything for acres around. Once Burridge hit over' second, and it was going like a scared cat when Bell stabbed it with one hand after a hard Tun. B> made E. good peg to first but was just a trifle late. "Joe and Jack did some good work pegging home in good shape arid holding run- ners to their bases. Edmonton Lee r.f. MoGuire 2b.........4 Brennan 3b. O'Brien s.s. Gragion, Ib. Burridge c. Shea Lf. Parker c.f. Sterling p. By innings: Edmonton Euns 000 001 Hits 010 113 Lethbridge Runs 200 000 Hits 210 000 runs, Edmonton I, Lethbridge 3; three-base hit, Town- send; sacrifice hit, Parker; bases pa bals off Stirling 4, off Pieh 6; struck out by Stirling 3. by Pieh. 4; double plays, Pieh to Townsend, Cox to Bell to Townsend; left on bases, ton 7, Lethbridge 4; time 1.45; attend- ance 400; umpire LEAGUE STANDING Won Lost Medicine Hat 35 Winnipeg 37 .Calgary 30 Moose Jaw 28 Lethbridge 26 Regina 25 Brandon........... 24 Edmonton 17 15 23 27 31 29 30 33 35 P.C. ,700. .617 .526 .475 .473 .455 .421 .327 BASEBALL Kelly in all .probability will be let out. Calgary plays opening game of their series here on Saturday. .Lethbridge would rather beat Cal- gary than any other team in the league with the probable exception of.the Hat. 'New men are expected to arrive any day to strengthen .the Lethbridge" line-up. BASEBALL RESULTS Western Canada At Medicine Hat- Calgary. 020..000 4 Medicine 000 ll.-l Batteries: Gehan and Sheenan; Whisman and Davidson. Umpire Sinister. :At Regina 000 010 Brandon 010 002 Batteries: Sporer and Quinn- Earl and Stingle. Second Brandon 004.000 Regina 003 000 000-3 Batteries Seaton and Stingle Gold- rich, and Quinn. Umpire Grimes. Moose Moose Jaw- 201 021 6 11 2 Winnipeg 4 6 2 Batteries Smith and; Ward; .Miller and Anderson. Umpire Duff. National Pittsburg 9; Boston 0. Pitsburg 9; Boston 0. At New Chicago 3; New York 1. -American At Cleveland- Cleveland 0; New York 1. 6 inngs: At Chicago 4; Philadelphia 3. VAt St. v St.. Louis 5; Washington 1. At Detroit 6; Boston OU At Seattle 5.; Aberdeen 3. At Spokane Portland 4; Spokane 8. At Tacoma 3; Vancouver 2. DROOKLYNlS LE.FT ;