Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHBRIOQE DAILY HERALD, PAGE SEVEN i i I We Want to Know You and You to Know Us Great Money-Saving Here's a Shoe Snap 400 PAIRS SAMPLE SHOES, in Sizes 7, 7 1-2 and 8, every pair in the lot worth some worth some worth some worth Every pair new and up to the minute in styles, Goodyear welted. Sale Price See samples in our window. This is the greatest Shoe Bargain ever given BOYS', YOUTHS' and LITTLE GENTS' SHOES, 100 pairs to choose from, sizes 11 to 5; regular and Sale price BOYS' WASH SUITS, haif price to clear BOYS' STRAW and LINEN HATS, to clear, half price A snap in Boys' Caps 20'c Suits Men's Hand tailored Suits, high grade fancy Worsted. Other stores sell this suit at Our Sale Price Macleod Bros. Clothing is in a class of its own See this cut on the inside Overcoats At one-third regular price Sample Top Coats for fail wear, regu- lar An overcoat that holds every element of good quality, holds its shape, its style, color and finish Sale price Fancy Hose All high class fancy Hose, in very pretty patterns in Lisle, mer- cerized silk. prices 35c, 50c and 75c Sale Price 25c Heavy Cotton, regular 20c, sale price lOc t Regular Sale price Fine Balbriggan Underwear 60c 35c Fine worsted, all sizes 75c 50c 2 cases fleece lined Underwear 65c 50c TRUNK AND SUIT CASE Full Assortment just to Hand MAC 816 to 818 Allan Block, 1st St., E. CALGARY Barnsley Block, Crabb Street, LETHBRIDGE The Great Clothiers of the Great West SPORTS AMUSEMENTS Some of the New York "fans" did, baseman, during a recent game with riot agree with the umpire's decision; the Reds, but the camera tells the calling out Tenney. the Giant's NEW YOHK WANTS HIM York, July York Na- tional League-- Club is trying to sscurj the services of Nap Ruckor, the star pitcher of the Brooklyn Club. It is said they have offered a large sum of money for his release. It is said, further, tha: Manager McGraw will offer Paicker a sashay of and a bonus of if he wins twenty games this year. BROOKLYN'S PURCHASE New York, July Eb- j bt'tis, of the Brooklyn National League Club today announced that he had secured Pitcher Schnitzer, of the Lawrence, Mass., Club; pitcher j Dent nd infielder Kedmond. of the N. C., Club; Heither Vughn, of the Mcon Club., nd InJield- er G. Smith, of the Shreveport team. BASEBALL RESULTS Wetcrn Canada At Medicint Edmonton oOO 000 Medicine Hat 00- Batteries: Grady and Gragion; Whisnian. and Davidson. At Braudori............... 000 000 Winnipeg 200 000 Batteries: Seatn aud.Stingle; Mil- ler and Anderson. Umpire Grimes. Called account rain. Second Game- Brandon 000 000 Winnipeg............ 102 360 Batteries: Woods and Grimes; Stin- gie., and Anderson Umpire Grimes. National At Philadelphia 7; Brooklyn 0. At New York 4; Boston 7. Second New York G; Boston 2. Opened Engagement at Lyceum- Tent j At SL _____ i Chicago 4; St. Louis 4. 12 innings. JEANNE RUSSELL COMPANY The Jeanne Russell Company could not have received a much better tes- timonial to thir popularity than the large audience that crowded "into the Lyceum Tent last night and sat through the rain and wind to wit- ness the first production of The Am- erican Girl, and though at times thf rain came through in torrent? the suiditnce were-" so pleased with the excellence of the play and company That they didn't seem to mind the drenching. The tent is not the proper thing for wet weather but with the rain j ovtr it will doubtless prove to be a i popular and pleasing innovation. j The company is a very clever one j throughout. Miss Jeanne Russell who made her first appearance in Lethbridge last night is a tower of strength to the company and made many friends even under the unfavor- able circumstances. She has grace, stage presence, a very pleasing per- sonality and dramatic power to reach any of the climaxes. Ray Brandon as Ross Bolter the i hustling theatrical manager had a role that fits him bettor than anything in which he has yet. appeared. Little Clara Liiidsoy also made a big hit both by JUT clever acting and j her pleasing specialties. The company now stand? among the best that have ever appeared in Lethbridge. The specialties by the Lindsey childrtn, Joe Kelscy. Bryce i Koxvntson, Betty Barrows and Wm. j Yule were all warmly applauded. They are all clever and cut out all j Ions waits bf-tw.'en acts. i Tonight "Secret Service" will be UK- offering. Thursday night "The Little Minister." and on Frftlay night "An Englishman's the- play that recently croat-cd such a military scare in England. With favorable weather. The Jeanne Russell company will do a record j business the balance of the week, i At Pittsburg 5; Cincinnati 1. American At Washington 2; Philadelphia 3. Second Washington 2: Philadelphia 5. At Cleveland- Cleveland 1; Detroit 3. At New York- Boston 0; New York G. Eastern At Montreal- Providence 1; Montreal 3. At Toronto- Baltimore 0; Toronto 7. At Newark 2; Rochester 0. At Jersey City 5; Buffalo 4. Second Buffalo 2; Jersey City 4. Northwestern At Seattle 3; Tacoma 4. At Spokane-Aberdeen garce posstponed, rain. At Vancouver- Portland 2; Vancouver 5. IN EDMONTON, DITTO (From the Indianapolis News) We love the game I We love to go And hear the crowded bleachers shriek In joyous victory, You losing streak J NOTICE The secretaries of the var- ious sporting and pastime clubs of the city will confer a i-'ivor by sending in reports and news of their respective games to the sporting editor of the Herald. Ail correspon- dence must be authentic be- y-nr! rsiK'sfion. A Comfortable Collar all Year "WABASH" POINTS INCH, BACK INCH, 2 for 25c. IRON FRAME for 50c. TOOXE BROS. LiMTTED, MONTREAL MAKERS OF SHIRTS, COLLARS, TIES, AND IMPORTERS OF MEN'S FURNISHINGS.