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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDQE DAILY HERALD, MONDAY, JULY 26, p MOVING IFICTURES. ADVANCED i VAUDEVILLE.] i i c..Aj 1. A muuiuttni iuvu 2. Mysterious Correspondent 3. Worthy Young Man O N C3- CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE The KINGSTONS, Harry and Mabel In a big Farce-Comedy, en- titled, "The School-Girl and The Hobo." HENRY EDWARDS, The Great Equilibrist Hand Balancer. The Lyceum Tent Theatre Corner Redpath and Glyn Streets The coolest place iu town. We are always studying your Comfort. TO-NIGHT, The management presents J. Gmtton Domiellys great comedy drama "The American Girl'' An Avalanche of Comedy, Popular on Two Continents A BUNCH OF THE WORLD'S MOST PROMINENT PUGILISTS OF TODAY. LEZIE PITCHED A GREAT GAME Lethbricge Shut Out Calgary With Ease Lethbridge will be easy j (Calgary Now, what do l you think about that LiMhbridge 7 Calgary 0. Now. what do you think about that The Calgary Herald has donned its j long" gray beard and its prophetic tongue on various occasions but this to say the least the halo is completely busted. Charlie Crist came to town with ihis bunch of ball tospers on Satur- to carry out the prophesy and. I as it were, to answer his own pray- ers. He tried to make sure of it and j put in Barnstead, the star into action. But what ALSO 5 Feature Vaudeville Acts 5 ALL Af POPULAR PRICES 25c. 50c. 75c. Remember our temporary quarters are on corner of Glyii Mid Redpath Streets LETHBKUXJE -Joe C'orriguQ, cf Cox, If Corrigan, rf Lynch, Bell, ss McG-arry, 3b 4 ixjpper, 2b Townsend, Iq. Lezie, p A Comfcr Collar all the Year twirler, the M ners. j "those ruiliaiis who 'ought to -Iw out- according to the Calgary ipix-ss, did to ths star performer was 'an awful heartbreak to the said Charlie. S ngles, doubles, passes, slat-taps, runs, stolen bases, and all "WABASH" POINTS INCH. BACK INCH. 2 for 25c, IRON FRAME for 50c. TOOKE BROS. UMTTED, MONTREAL MAKERS CF SHIRTS, COLLARS, TIES, AND IMPORTERS CF MEN'S FURNISHINGS. 12 sorts of things came in wild profus- j past But Townsend fanned. ion as long as Barnstead main bun. it was easy pickin; was the 1 lor zj GUESS HE WASN'T GOING SOME a hand in the game by beauty away out in left then just think of it. The fun for two sacks, while Lepper made !kept up all through the game. The at a ten second gait. Joe took new stellar performer got the One in the slats and Cox followed stead's shoes and he -got bumped j u-ith a single when Lezic made a some too, although the runs scored spurt for home and landed safe- were not very much his fault. .Jack went out. 33 7 10 27 By inn Runs 0 Hits HO 001 By Runs 121 003 7 Hits......................... 231 Oil Summary Earned runs, 3. Three-base hit, Lynch. Two-base hits. Baker, Standridge, Joe Corri- gan, Jack Corrigan, Lepper, Lezie. Sacrifice fly, Jack 'Corrigan. Stolen bases, -Toe Corrigan, Cox 2, Lynch. Bell. Hit by pitcher, Joe .Corrigan. Jack Corrigan. Bases on 'balls, off Barnstead 1, oft Rush 3. Struck out by Barnstead.2, by Rush 7, by Lezie 7. Double Lepper to Bell to Rush to Baker. Left on bases, Calgary 4, Lethbridge 9. Time 1.40. Umpire, Voss. Barnstead for that Ithey kept coming around until the complete number was reached, and quit. j But think of it. Easy picking JWell we should say. Only live men reached first and they were all on I three-sacker to centre. That scared I hits. Only two White Sox reached alici paSsed Bell. While he j the second stage and that was by j was fanning JMcGarry and Lepper. ;knocking two double-sackers. Antl! Lvnch got in on a small comody play 'not a man reached third. Talk about I fav tlu. j.nfield. Rush is a good pitch- That ended Mr. ;ame. The next inning Rush mounted the mound but Lynch, the tirst man up, did not do a thing but land on the second ball for a whole great big SUNDAY BASEBALL American At St. St. Louis 6; Washington 0. At Detroit 0; Boston 4. At Chicago 3; Philadelphia 0. Eastern Jersey City- Jersey City 2; Baltimore 0. Four and la half innings, game forfeited by Bal- 9 to 0. easy picking, it was 1 ke picking er j_ntl the Miners, and some bananas tnree runs cajne in on a the a pass NEW WESTMINSTER BEATEN ON HOME GROUNDS New Westminster, B. C., July Bicycler; are rapidly coming back into popular favor, the demand this year being five times what it was five years ago. We have planned for it in two getting the very best Eng- lish wheel we can for popular selling, and (saving to our customers all intermediate pro- fits by filling orders direct fy mail instead of through agents. In this way we can offer Wheels for and give better satisfaction all round. The quality of the wheels is all right only the best materials used and only skilled mechanics employed in construction. The equipment is right up-to-date and the machines throughout are such as we san thoroughly recommend. We sell automo- biles as well as bicycles and our plan is to make wheels serve as a good advertisement to the entire business. Send for illustrated folder. HlSLOP BROS., Limited High'Class and Bicycles TORONTO, ONT. New Dayton Man Weds In Manitoba HARVEST AT WARNER IN TEN DAYS (Winnipeg Free Press) Morris, Man., July 22.-A pretty wedding was solemnized in the Pres- byterian church here, when Miss Edvthe, oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Laurie, was married to Mr. Rev. off the .North Pole for the other fel- by on their own grounds today for church had been beaut fully dec- a The home'bovs did some good field- first tune in four seasons by Jones :orated by tbfi many girl mends of couple Vancouver team, which outplayed .bridc. The lows. i Calgary never had a smell of the j ing. stunts. .Jack pulled .___.. jgame, never had two men on bases V fine catches and did some fine champions arid won by a score o! leaning jat once, and not a niau 'got work. J.ynch's work .behind the j to J. It was a very roug.i where his hit landed 'him. The Miners :bat was of the highest order. Lepper j and the champions rushed it at every 'bride entered the on the arm of her wh le tae bridal march was y Mrs. C. Wilson. The bride i were as tight as costumes and not a given away. Lezie Directoire u-as more at home on second and thing was fielded with considerable class. Me- was in Garry, the new third b-aseman, was L. SCOTT WINNING CONFERENCE VAULT. This splendid photograph of j truck and Held mo..-t, Chicago, while Scott, the Leland Stanford vauller, he was clearing the bar in his wia- was taken at the western conference mug vault of 11 fffi 10 inches. BASEBALL RESULTS National At Pittsburg 7; Boston 3. Second Pittsburg 6; Boston 3. At Si. Louis 0; Brooklyn 1. Game- Brooklyn 1; St. Louis 0. At New York- Chicago -4; New York 1. At First Game- Philadelphia 3; Cincinnati 0. Second Game Philadelphia G; Cincinnati American At First Game- Cleveland, 2; Mew York 0. Second Cleveland 2; New York 3. At St. St. Louis 9; Washington 3. At Detroit 2; Boston 1. 11 innings. At Chicago Chicago 5; Philadelphia Eastern Northwestern At Seattle 2; Aberdeen 3. At Spokane- Portland 7; Spokane 8. At Tacoma G; Vancouver 1. Western Canada At Winnipeg U10 400 JRegina 000 ]00 Batteries: Collins a ad Anderson; Hooker, Goldrich and Quinn. Um- pire Grimes. At Moose Moose Jaw ___000 000 000 Brandon 000 000 000 Batteries: Gilchrist and Ward: Mor- rell and Stingle. Umpire Duff., St'cond Game- Moose Jaw ......002 003 0 2 Brandon 000 004 "6 3 Batteries: Welsh and Ward; rich. Wood and Stinglr. UMipin-. Duff. At Mediciiv Kdmotiton .....000 000 G 2 Medicine Hat .103 010 ]f> 2 B'itti'rit'S: St.i'rlinp and Uurridin-: Campbell and Dnvidr-fn. Umpir-' Sinister. great form and the way he handed, it w-Cak at the bat, but he evkU-ntly out to the visitors was most unkind- can play some at the awkward cor- 'Big Donovan, the great swatster ncr_ Bell's miss of a bad bounder with the big .467 batting average the only play that was anything j I was actually fanned on his first two jijke an error. It was gilt-edged ball! j appearances and was easily out botii an the time. other t mes. Smith suffered the same Umpire Voss-was coarse. His judg- j fate exactly. Five hits they got, and on balls and strikes is simply j scattered in as many innings. Not a ;fierce his palpable-efforts to even i pass in any way dd Lezie give. It j things up make him a joke in the i was some pitching all right. And the j grand stand and to the players, and immense. Three times ;an unknown quantity to the prtohers the first White Sox up make a batters. 'hit but never once did he get off his l The score: jbase. They stood there and died in CALGARV AB R I throe stages. It was heartrending. Donovan, if 4 0 The Miners in to get Wheeler, cf 4 0 Joe tore one out to left for Connors, 2b 4 0 two. Cox picked out a slow one and Smith. 3b 4 0 opportunity, but the speedy Vaticou- i looked charming in a dress of cream ver home was always away. I directoire satin, made in drape semi- empire with train and effectively I trimmed with old real lace and small satin ornaments, her only jewel orn- ament 'being a beautiful ring of soli- itaire poari surrounded by diamonds, I the gift of the groom. She carried a {shower boquet of roses and lilies of the valley. Miss Emily Laurie, who acted as bridesmaid, was very be- comingly gowned in an empire dress of pale blue silk eolienne with satin That is What the Farmers Are Fig- uring Activity both were Safe. Jack Hew out "to left ib'ut Joe came in on the throw. Cox Gouchee. rf 3 Baker, ss 3 nearly scored on Bell's fiy out but Stand rid go, lb 3 was called out at the plate. Tn the Sherman, c 3 2 1 1 1 second Mcfiarry. the new third base- Barnstead, p man, fanned, as he did a couple of Rush, p other times later. But the people's own Fred Leppcr stung' a tharp one I-I 0 I 1 0 2 0 2 1 2 1 4 1 10 0 0 0 2 A E 0 0 SO REFRESHING! An unmatchable draught for any day 0 in the year, our limpid, delicious SPARKLING SODA 1 freshest fruity flavors, all the n 31 0' 5 24 7 4 est ones too. For health, satisfaction and your sure money's worth in de- us at our soda fountain. Rochon's Kandy Kitchen Confectioners and Ice Cream Specialists SIR MARTIN "THE HORSE THAT FELL' At First. G.-im Providence 8; Rochester 2. Second Game Providence 6; Rochester 0. At First Game- Buffalo 4: Baltimore 3. Second Game Buffalo 9; Baltimore 5. i EASTERN LACROSSE At Shamrocks Cornwall 3. i A: Capitals 6: Nationals 9. i At Toronto 5: Moittccjil 4. REPAIR WORK LEFT AT OUR SHOP 18 ALWAYS PROMPTLY AT- TENDED TO PROMPTNESS AND SATISFACTION EVERY TIME I" ______________THIS DEPARTMENT __________ A. EASTON Next to A Maedonakl Co. Beside Gray's Haul ware Warner. July Farmers are say- ing that the winter wheat 'harvest will commence in about ten days. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Clark came in from their homestead Friday evening. A crowd of Warmer young people bad a very pleasant time Friday af- ternoon, the occasion being a picnic at Mr. Koss's farm, north of town. The picnic party ate their suppers at the farm and came home later in' the evening. Increased niiail service is now pro- mised us, commencing the 26th which is much, needed and will tie highly ap predated. Mr. Kenney, principal of our school is building ..a very neat cottage near the school. We understand that he has 'been employed for the coming school year, which is pleasing news to school patrons. Pastor Connor accompanied by Pastor Wagner who has change of this district were making a series of calls east of town last week and held services out among the homesteaders. A young minister, Mr. Nash, made bands and buttons of same shade. trjp with and be ds, we She wore a large hat of pale blue jliear> to remain at Warner assisting tulle covered with forget-me-nots and knots of black velvet ribbon and car- ried a boquet of pink roses and car- nations. The groom was assisted by Mr. Schimnowski, Stirling, Alta. After the ceremony a reception was held at the home- of 'the bride's lath- er. -The bride's mother wore a very becoming dress of deep cream silk made in princess style beautifully tr mined with bias bands of pale yellow satin, forming