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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THC LCTHIRIDQC DAILY HERALD, fATURDAY, JULY 34, ISM. o N ca> Pondering." Hucgtl Bros. funny Mitt Mattie Quinit The Singing and Dancing Soubrette CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE THREE STRAIGHTS FROM EDMONTON Chow Sam's RESTAURANT Provides the best the market affords It's served right, and the prices are right Open Day and Night I Chow Sam Co. It's Surprising tr note Hie surprise of people who visit our restaurant for the first time Try it! Fashion Cafe II The New Restaurant with the New Management is called The New England Restaurant It's making a good pression im- NEW HILL BLOCK Union Restanranfs oM stand Miners Again Played Ball All Around the Eskimos The Miners made it three straight from the tail enclers by winning last nights game in hollow fashion. Tacks McXeill was in the box and what he did to his former team-mates is a mat- ter to chronicle in history. He never! let them get more than one hit in an j j innings and made eight of them fan j out. He had good support all the time i Lyuch backed him up in great style while Bell and Lepper handled the chances given to them to perfect satis- i faction. Townsend took in all they i handed him. Cox and _the outfielders j had little to do although sharp work kept singles from being stretched out. j The Eskimos were not exactly punk i any time except in the third innings i when the Miners got a run without a I hit. They made up for this in tht- j fourth when the sharpest kind of fielding held three a pass and THE LATEST CMUTIOM FOR SUMMER WEAR. ALL THE OF A TURN DOWN EFFECT. Wfittmtmr Star ft tor Me. SOU) BY UEADINO MAM BY TOOKC BROS LJWTO. MOMTICAL, NECKWEAR AND IMPORTERS OF FURNIBHINO- HIGH RIVER BEATEN BY 6-8 Fast Lacrosse Game On the Square COLE BROS.', CIRCUS in the There are but few people world who do not admire a good dOjr but if tlw dog has more than the or- clinary amount of intelligence he is more than admired. Cole Brothers' Greatest World Toured Shows arc coming to on Friday, August 6 and will bring with, them i the Savoys and their kennel of bull Under a scorching sun, and beiort a very good crowd, Lethbridge defeai- three" choices down to'one ed Rivtfr a lacrosse was not a particularly large factor in the game. He issued five complimcn- taries and gave it to three Miners in the slats. Seven hits were gathered in the seven innings, two of which The Menu at The Mkerta Restaurant as extensive as any in the city. Open day and night. Everything in season. CAIXED OST THE GOVERNOR St, Paul, Minn., July J. Jeffries and his sparring partner, -.-BPFgWV' called on Governor today ttte capital and were cordially. The tttg fight- er 'told the -govcrwr that-'to-was t at any time to as champion. look fit to go in and any- j body, I .should remarked the be took in the square "built- form of the pugilist, ''Y.ou look like a man who cOuld Cai'e oi. yourself, all seid to the governor. should think the governor terriers. Those who have attended the recent metropolitan -dog or .bench shows, will remember this kennel of wonderful tlogs. They have taken first prizes wherever they haye been exhibited. Not only have they taken] prizes for their pedigree and points, but for their display of un- usual intelligence and -their many ac- complishments. Everywhere they are admitted to be the finest performing dogs in this country and .this season is the first time_that the owners have consented to allow them to be ex- hibited with any traveling organiza- tion- This wonderful kennel of dogs has been educated without the use of the whip -and -have been taught to do all they do simply by rewards for their doing as told. -Their drills and school class have won for them favor able comment all over this country, while their acrobatic accomplish- jments are simply marvelous. One! i commendable feature about their per- I i i i f ormance is the pride and pleas-Ji-e they take in going, through, .their rou- tine. They enter into it with and they do not shirk and exhibit that fear that is so often seen with, the majority of tr-tined camnes. The-kennel of -dogs-exhibited the Savoys are but one of the mam- edu- cated animal acts with these shows. j There are many of ibsra and are those that have never been sem with any other organization. From the large elephants to the huge den of performing lions and tigers, the acts are all new and selected from the very leaders of educated animal acts perfected by educators of world re- nowned reputation. It will be nctic- all elephant exhibitions with these shows that the cruel ele- phant book is never used. The great Pachyderms are put through, their paces solely by word of command, were picked out by Lynch. He struck out only two men. He fielded his po- sition well and did his share at the bat. Burridge got a foul tip on each knee cap. and. had to retire. Dinny McGuire, Brennan and O'Brien did good work although the two latter fell clown on a couple of easy chances. The Eskimos got their only run in the third on a hit by Parker, Grady's sacrifice and Lee's hit to Bell which was returned too high for Lynch to tag Parker out. They never got more One i than one on at a time after that, i The whole line-up of' the Miners faced Grady in the first spasm. Joe yesterday on the public square by the score of The score indi- cates the play. Both teams were of about the same calibre, and played about the same game, the only dif- ference being Lethbridge's superior stick handling. For Lethbridge Cook in goal was the responsible' one for their stopping dozens of shots that were labelled for a score, while Dick Eobson and Henry played strong showing their knowledge of the game and doing some very effective work, while for High Eiver Mathewson did very good work, his shooting being more effective. Poile and Seigner also also did some good work. The first quarter was a little slow as the boys did not want to play them selves out in the early part of the game. Henry scored the first one after a good rush through the High went out. .Cox and Jack drew passes !River Time 1Q min_ The and Lynch knocked out a double andjpagsed and down the field two or both came in. Canty-poked one past j three times and ;Matoewson got it second and Bell was given a life by !and 5COTed Time 3 min. Brennan, filling the bases. Lepper missed a after as hit to third and Lynch was caught at k. wfls rigM in. {ront of their gcaL the plate but the bases were still full. dropping ball and losinir it_ Townsend got hit forcing Canty m. Cook was called upon _top ft McNeill went out short to first leav-jone j before time was Scor? ing the bases full. In the third Lynch j__j was hit and got- borne on a wild throw or two and O'Brien's error. In the next tie Miners could get only one in.although Tacks made.a double and Lynch hit safely. "The Eskimos fielded like fiends and cut them off i any old place. At the end of the seventh the game was called on account of darkness. The score: iEdmonton AB R H PO A E Lee r.f. and Ib. O'Brien, ss, Brennan 3b. Gragion Ib. and McGuire 2b. Smith r.f. 2nd" Quarter. Eobson scored on a close shot half a minute after the ball was faced. Cook was again called upon to siiop a couple of hot ones. again on a lone nice dodging to get c. 2 and to these 'orders they respond more readily and" willingly than do Burridge c. Shea .l.f. Parker c.f. Grady p. Lethbridge Joe Corrigan c.f. Cox 2b. Jack Corrigan r.i. Lyuch c. Canty l.f. Bell s.s. 3 the elephants where ttie elephant rejoined, laughing. "I would ibe will- jhpok is used to persugSe them. "An- ing to put up that I could iimal educators with the Cole Bros.' i 7fe go into the next with Mr. Jef-f Shows are all under strict orders to I xf v _ fries and let the one who comes out; avoid all cruelties and to govern and have the j educate solely by kimlness. The re- Jeffries laughed and added jsult in carrying' out these instruc- "You might me out of it." i lions has been most gratifying. 4 3 3 2 3 1 1 2 3 2 24 5 3 4 3 3 3 4 3 4 32 on Time. 7 1-2 min. Eob- son came back with another in. 1-2 min. Then High Eiver began to wa- ken up and began to pour shots in on Cook, who seemed as of he liked, the kind they were giving him as he took them- all with Dick thought it yas time for atiother eo in he went .and up went the'referee's hand, time 0 giin. Giljesyie another just 0; before time, Score 3rd Quarter. High. RiVer began tu get a faster clip on them and the local's goal repeatedly, but wetej goal caused a scene that waa a dis- grace to the Lethbridge field, Robscr. rushed inside the prohibited crease as the goal was scored and either acciden tally or otherwise Muck struck him over the back. The referee ruled both off for five minutes. As Robson came up to the timekeepers where Mack already was. he walked up to the lat- ter and struck him in the face. Things were lively for a few rmnutes bu'; none "but the most partisan in the crowd defended Robson's action which wns not a credit to a good player and to the team. LeVhbridge does not stand for that sort of play oven from suc.'i a popular player as Dick After play was started again Gil- chirts notched another for High Riv- er, time 4 1-2 min. 4th Quarter. Heatherington and "Ma theson each shoved in one on start. Things began to get a lit th- rough and both teams were it up pretty well. High River were- coming strong, rushing in on tnc local defence almost at will but could not get in very well. At Aiatfievson scored on a pretty play. The ball was passed out "from our and was away high. He mvfc a in the air and caught it anJ in the net before he Jit ajrim. Heriry came in for another sco-e on "a pass iiom Dick Robson in frau- of goal Ai-oiit three minutes bsb v time Hen- ry got into a mix-up with Sellers.and j both were ruled off for the rest of the game. Referee McLelland save entire satis- i faction to all handling the game ceedingly well. Although Sinclair was not on the scoring line, his work was very effective, and made some of the older players look like a cent half spent. Look out for this boy in a. few years from now, he is the makings of! n good man. The teams lined up as follows: THE BIG CIRCUS COMING Lethbridge, Friday, Aug. 6th 1000-MEH, WOMEN AMD HORSES-1000 500 HEAD OF HORSES 100 RARE WILD ANIMALS ACRES OF TENTS SEATING CAPACITY HUIE SPECTAGUUI THEiTORIIItt 20 CONTORTIONISTS 20 TUMBLERS 40 ATHLETES 40 GYMNASTS 20 EXCLUSIVE FEATURES CLOWNS 41 EQUESTRIANS 20 EQUESTRIENNES 20 AERIAUSTS 30 LEAPERS20 Rare and Complete Zoological Collectionf rccrcMoudve of the Aaimal Wotld. Mothers and thai Young of every frailjr- Oveta Quarter of a Century of Contlnuou Succest. No Other in the world can truthfully this proud...... The Most Accomplish- ed Performers or Europe Amwica In Fests ot Darlne. Skill. Agility IA Pr fKATUHK OMK TMAT IS EVERY ACT IS A FEATURE, EXHIBITED FOR THC FIRST TIME EDUCATED DENI- ZENS OF FOREST. MOUNTAIN AND PLAIN. Man's Super- iority Brute Creation wonderfully, but baatTJfullr Demon- strated. The Professional of Performers of. this country and Eu-' rope culled, and only very best No other show has many High Salaried Feature Artists undar. contract as. his this. High Eiver Mack Nelson Smith Siegner Beattie Sellers Gil Christ Behan Mathewson Kohn Henshen Referee, W. H. keepers, C. Snort tendance 600. goal point cover 1st' dei.' 2nd dei. 3rd def. centre 3rd home 2nd home 1st home out. home inside home Lethbridge L. Ccokj McCorvy iMcHale McGreevy Sinclair j McKay i Scott j Helmar i W. Cook' Kobson Henry Gillespie McLelland. Time and F. Lewis. At- Finest Stable of Blue Ribbon Horses ever assembled Tents of Thoroughbred Horws Free for Inspection st aU Equine Exhibition. High School MtofiagO oi MAGNITUDE, MERIT AND MODERNISM, United for Educating and STUPENDOUS. GUTTERING CTBF5T DftDAHC WILL LKAVK THE MODERN. KALEIDESCOP1C 5 I RLit I rftRAUC GROUNDS AT 10 O'CLOCK AND PASS THROUGH THE PRINCIPLE STREETS. Over a In Length and brilltent In splendor. This should be whether the show Is seen or hot. Immediately after the parade and at 6.30 p. m. Is to be seen THE THRILL1N8 FREEOUTSIDE EXHIBITION OR the Stow istiwthrilliTJgraS on the show p WAR TEAM DIED Toronto, July thousand attended the annual demonstration of North York Conservative association at Jacksons Point, Lake Simcoe. .The weather was showery -'but Premier REGJNA FANS GOOD SPORTS (Moose Jaw Times) During the game in Regina last night Ex-Mayor Smith strutted up to the pan and after a few brawls from j ANCHOR ON TUG-OF the crowd made a hit. He announc- ed that Dave Steele, of Moose Jaw, the'catcher who is so well liked among the baseball aggregation of the Western League, was seriously ill and it was, up "to the Regina fans to start the ball rolling and raise a little coin for his Hardly a man in the large crowd could re- strain hunself from pitching a for- tune into-the hats that were passed around, and fans crowded over one another to light a dollar into, the fee that was- going to help a good fellow and show that Regina was one of the best spotting towns on the hemis- phere. When the toll was "counted over was found on the "shell and with what the. boys '.congregated together before the game Regina will open the, "good, old' boy'Mist with a