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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta I PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY. JULY 29, '909. The New Restaurant the'New Management is called The Hew England Restaurant It's making a good im- pression NEW HILL BLOCK Union old stand SPORTS AND AMUSEMENTS DO NOT BE HUMBUGGED. KOBE THAN EVER i WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE GOING SMOOTHY ALONG fi j Difbonorablo and cli-iiopiiublo pharmi- ceutical concerns are tWling Uio market with cheap and worthK-ss preparations desMgm-d to bo imiiatiotid of OK. Fow- LEU'S EXTRACT OF WILD STRAWBKKIIY." HIGH RIVER WON GAME Lethbridge Lacrosse Team Beaten 5-0 High River Had BASEBALL RESULTS The Menu at The ftibertB Restaurant Lethbriuce Moose Jaw Western Canada tf 010 002 500 000 (Calgary Alberlan) Mr. J'. P. Richardson, of the direc- Sotns of these are labcUcd "Ex- torate of the Calgary baseball club, tract of Wild Wild Straw- from Medicine- Hat yesterday btrrv etc., in the hopo that j whore he was in attendance at the the public way bo deceived and lod to pur- meeting' of the baseball league. He chase them, thinking they are getting the reports that the meeting- was very i genuico "Da. FOWLEK'S." oad everything was going j Are you willing to risk your perhaps VOUT life, to these no name, no repuUliou, likely dangerous, so-called High- River. July the sixth same of tiv Southern Al- is as extensive as any in the city. Open day and night. Everything in season. berta league. High River defoaird Lethbridge here tonight by a score of 5 to 0. Owing to the delay in get- ling the ganu.- started it was neces- sary to play only two periods of thir- ty minutes each to allow the visitors tv catch the southbound train. The game throughout was fast and a ir-'Od clean exhibition of the national gamr only one man being sent to the fence. At half tiuir the score stuod to 0 in favor of the local and in the second half they kept up the guod work scoring three runs before rime was called. Winkler. of Nanton, was ou the Lethbridge line-up and did good work and McCorvie also i played an excellent game ior Leth- bridge. Backus, on the High River .home played a star game scoring four of the five goals that were made., and and Lynch: Welch Umpire Shunter. National Pittsburg 6: Cincinnati 3. At St. St. Louis 1: Chicago 6. Second St. Louis 5: Chicago 4. At Philadelphia- Philadelphia 0: Brooklyn 4. At Game- New York 7: Boston 4. Second New York 4: Cost-on 3. American At Cleveland- Cleveland 4: Detroit 5. At Game- Philadelphia 7. Strawberry Extracts very smoothly in the league. As was reported by wire, the question of breaking the league in two was never seriously considered. Mr. Richards says that there was uaed in thousands of families for Dixrrhcua, (not a kick from any of the clubs and Dysehwry. Colic. Crumps, Summer Coin- j they all seem to 'he doing fairlv well. PUmtCholer-AMorbus Cholera Infantuni i There all Bowel Complaints. i monton 'disbanding or being chunked Do not let tho or -n ,_ pu.ou. d.ai.r humbur you into travelling team. But that is cvptingr of chomp not correct, -and Edmonton says tliat tothodoterimentof your they in toad to stay to the end, and to pockot. jmore than that, they will stren-irthen Ask for DR. FOWLERS and insist on j tne ,teaiU( and have airoaay begun the getting what you ask for. Manufactured [strengthening process.. only by The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont. 35 cents. THE CLOWN AND THE CIRCUS It matters not how modern a circus may become it can never become so much so as to do awav with the clown i "There, was a lot of kicking about jour said Mr. Richardson, t'ha-t is in the matter of the 'bleachers ;By the regulations of the league, the visiting- club gets half of the udmis- sions. but no part of the 'grand stand Poile at point as usual played a good game. J. A. McCullough, of Calsary officiated as referee to the satisfaction of all concerned. Lethbridge and High River are now tie for the first place in the league. The Lethbridge line-up was: Goal, J. Callahan: point, A. McCor- vie; c. point, D. Winkler; 1st. def., L. Cook; 2nd def. McHale, 3rd. H. McNeil: centre, C. De.vine; 3rd home, M. McGreevy; 2nd home, W. Bradbeer; .1st home, Hel- mer: outside, W. Cook; inside, W.-Sin- 11 Washington 1: Second Washington 0: Philadelphia 6. At New York- Boston S: New York T. Eastern At Providence 6; Montreal 3. At Toronto First Game- Baltimore 4: Toronto 6. Second Game- Baltimore 4: Toronto 2. At Newark 3; Rochester 5. At Buffalo- Jersey City 1: Buffalo 2. Northwestern At Seattle 11: Tacoma 2. At Portland 11: Vancouver 1. At Aberdeen 4; Spokane 7. JEFFRIES PUTS UP THE MONEY clair. i The team did not have as strong He ]f Prepared to With Jack a lineup as they had when the teams HAZELWOOD'S (Spokane) I ICt- Ml Recognized the best, fresh every day. All kinds of i: IKiTAB in beason. T I fhftw fn vvr. I 4- 4- I played here last week. Cook was l not in goal and He.nry and Robson were not on the lir.i-up at all. On the other hand, High River team i was strengthened by four or five Cal- gary seniors who were largely res- ponsible for the score: A return game will be played .here August 10 when the defeat will be reversed or bleacher receipts. Thev argued The immense tents now necessary as the Calgary grouiid; were So seat the thousands who flock to tha.1; pepson gaw the performance, hav- made it compul-lgame who.did not pav for a 50 ceat sory to do away with the singing and ;seat> manv WQQ WQUld I and talking clowns, for it would be come otherwise, were prevented, and impossible to hear them. The that way'the visiting teams' lost mine clown has taken the place they went so far as to old time talking clown, and where say that Calgary- should give up a there was one of the latter, there are portion of the extra money." now scores of the former. In his day Mf Richardson matterSi tne singing ana talking clown pleased asked tbe if Calgary the audiences, but today his efforts ;did Compare most faVOrably with would be considered foolish and he other towns, even with Winnipeg, The i would be a failure as a laughter pro- .secretary, however. did not produce I ducer. Not so with the mimic and the attendance, and the matter dropp-' pantominist. He i? funny at all ed. times if he is a true clown. There; Every team in the league is keeping are more possibilities for the mimic the salary limit., or rather no and pantominist than ever presented; team complained, which may mean theselves to the talking clown. that all -are keeping inside or that SLO Coif Brothers" World Toured shows, team is keeping under ibc limit, will be here Friday, August 6. have "Talk about rivalry between Oal- wit-h them no loss than forty-one of gary and Kdmonton." said Mr. Rich- thes-e funny and every one of ardson. "That is like the love of j them is funny without being ?o dis- David and .ronathon. compared with trustingly foolish and suggestive as the rivalry Between the Moose Jaw many so often seen with other and Regana clubs. There is where you Every one of the queer characters find real rivalry." that has made the comic suppl-e- i However, everything was as har- me ins popular, are included in the monious as could be. The president bunch of fun makers with this show, was priven power to remove the real and every character taken is in the grievance of even- club, that is in- hand.? of clowns, with a national re- efficient umpires, and evfry person Johnson. putation.s. Thfir iun is spasmodic, j and of the cut and dried variety New York, July J, Jef-J that make? laugh producing seem like 'as hopeful and happy, C-hanges in the Teams Zwicker. the Calgary first fries posted "a fJriVit with i labor. Their antics, contortions, was sold to Medicine .Hat on Robert Kdsren. a spurting writer this Prank.- :ihtl the shines they cut up at Saturday last. He brought some- afternoon, as evidence of good faith the expense of one another, are llke 26 a pound, though of after that fashion. in defence of his title. GREAT RECEPTION FOR ON BISLEY TEAM that he is willing to meet Jack John- i tremely funny and ?o vigorously car-'01. ried out that one almost forgets that .IS one or the niftiest first say that you have said everything. He is weak with the stick and this season, according to the A-lbertan av- erages, has batted under 200. which Johnson claims the title bv virtue of a vie- they a part of the show and tory over Tommy Burns, in Australia j mjr paid for what they are doing. last winter. Asidt- from the mimics and pantomin- "I have posted this said i f are the Jeffries, "to show my friends that o vie in earnest in my declaration that! lhe other clowns in I am willing to defend the title of j mtfrnment- heavyweight champion in a fight witli Johnson. "I only stipulate that tht- Tight must be anywhere from 20 to 100 Montreal, July Com-" rounds in length and that it fought mandant Bertram and the members' before the club offering the largest of the Bisley team who -cov- pur.se. The forfeit shall be It.' Before an audience that almost .otle of thc Montreal Making Elaborate Prepar- ations to Welcome Canadian Marksmen These manufacturers with and b.-tween them there is something doing every minute. No circus is complete without clowns an.-d the Cole Brothers have ai liost of the verv best ones. SECRET SERVICE is very low for a first sacker. Stand- ridge plays the bag well enough ior ordinary.purposes and is a much bet- ter batter, and generally a headier player than Zwick-er. On Monday afterno.on Manager Crist released Pitcher Bamstead. :This is the pitcher Calgary made a light, for with Medicine Hat. He was pitchers in the league the i 1907, but was a huge disappoint- TECUMSEH'S STRENGTHEN ered thesernlves with glory and cups be agreed that an additional i packed the big tent last nigih-t on the famous reach .Montreal: forfeit of shall be put up -with Jeanne Russell Company made their ;ment ]-his year, and with the single a week from tomorrow on the steam-1 stake holders and this sum of seconH appearance in Lethbridge in exception of pitching a no run. no hit ..._ ._ 01 A Ann _i_n___. _: .1 _ u ,.J.. ,.T. -Secret Service written around against Moose Jaw. he Has dkl reception. if Johnson wants to inake caPital of the southern federacy rbeetl of "Se to Calgary.. Preparations being to l have an interestinc session which he Prior to close of the Civil Manager Crist experts a new short show rhe members of the team how has been talking "about let him l the team On their their good work lias been admired UP money. Pending the selection _____ i by thi Toronto, July Murton! signed with the Tecumsehs for Gkt-ly play against the Natiimals in militia and civilians id when the expected that the team has sali 'of a final stake 'holder, who mast be sporting man of It was well put on and capably jal Mn In that case Baker Miss .Jeanne Russell as ivvi11 return, to the outfield and Wheel- Carolina a southern belle. wil1 IOWAN BALL PLAYER KILLED Dos Moines, Iowa. July was struck over the heart by pitched ball during a baseball game yesterday near Spencer. Iowa. and was killed instantly. welcome home for the men who have holder." brought fame to themselves and Can- Jeffries said he would be ready to fight within three months and that he now weighs 235 pounds stripped. He will leave here on August 5th "for ada. Lieut. Gol. Dunbar. D.A.A.G., Quebec said tonight that far' as the military end of the welcome was j Carlsbad, where he will commence concerned it would be the biggest ac- j Preliminary training at the watering He will be gone corded t-o anv team. A GOOD ONE Good Things To Eat ALL YOU HAVE TO DO to get is phone 381 and THE City Bakery will deliver the very promptly. best JROBT. SCOTT, PHOP. Phone 381 This was the remark that was over- heard as the patrons of the Eureka I place in Bohemia, for six weeks. NORTH WARD WINS Last night on the square, the North passed out last night. That fellow j Ward juvenile team beat the Red Sox on the chairs is a wonder and that j by a score of 13 to 11. The' Boy's Club man .on the wire is certainly clever. The pictures are all good lively sub- jects and three of them extremely fun- ny. So each and every patron of the Eureka tonight will be assured of a good hearty laugh. team has dropped out of the juvenile league, leaving the North Wards and the Red Sox to finish, the season. Their North Ward Red Sox Grand Opening Club Cafe MONDAY, AUGUST 2nd Orpheus Orchestra in Attendance for Lunch and Dinner FORD ST. Opposite Palace Livery V. RODGERS, Proprietor. made one imagine that they must amd Crist> have 'been raised on a southern plan- stafT that Calgary- has a pitching be beaten in the tation. j league. The company is a most capable one Kelly Goes to Edmonton and by presenting such creditable Kell-v> who started the season with laved with Lethbridge. team and signed on. mixup over the Payment of a- fine, vrhich led to the change of hoad- .quarters by He will strength- plays they have made good in Leth- jUs- and latet> bridge. ihas tJiat Tonigiht they appear "in "The Little Iwith Edmonton. There' was some IVIinistcr" the beautiful Scotch play in which Miss Maude Adams s-cored her greatest hit and Miss RusseU has one or her most pleasing roles. A feature for "The Little is the fitness of the company, having four men born and raised in Scotland who play the elders of the church. Roy Brawlon assumes the role of the little minister. Tomorrow night "An Englishman's Home" will be the oflering. This play" has already created a great deab of talk here and ab'road it is prob- ably the most talked of play ever written; It shows what might hap- pen to England in an invas- ion by a foreign power, and created the recent war scare. McKELVIE McGUIRE Exclutivt Agtntt, en the Edmonton team, as be is fairly good player a heavy stick- er. Calgary did not play yesterday on account of rain, and left for Brandon yesterday. It is just that Calgary will not play tonight, as train .connections were not of the best. TRIGGER AND TRAPP The gun club had a very successful shoot last night and good shooting was done. The club is growing fast and a great deal of interest is being taken in the weekly shoots. The club is shooting for the Nobell trophy each Wednesday night and good scores are being made. Owing to the number of shooters coming out. it will be necessary to start shooing at seven sharp in future. There will be a meeting of all members .next Saturday evening at Stafford Ag- new's to make arrangements for the fall tourament which comes off in August. Every member is asked to be present. The scores made last night wore as follows: Livingstone, J. C. 23. Morrison. (Calgary) 13, Phair 20, Shorer 22, Kerr 13, Skeith 10, Stafford, J.W. Anderson, 19, Johnson Ac- new 14, McNabb 21, Crabb 13. JVIaVING 1. Summer Home for the Children of Paris 2. Legend of Forget-Me-Nots 3. Turning the Tables 4. Parley Yous Francais s o N CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE Harry Kingston In a novelty Wire Act HENRY EDWARDS, The Great Equilibrist atid Hand Balancer. PRICES I5c AND 25c The Lyceum Tent Theatre Corner Redpath and Glyn Streets The coolest place in town. We are always studying your Comfort. TO-NIGHT, JULY 29 Miss Maude Adams' Greatest Success, "THE LITTLE MINISTER" The Best Scottish Play Ever Written. ALSO 5 Feature Vaudeville Acts 5 Friday Night: AN ENGLISHMAN'S HOME." ALL Af POPULAR PRICES 25c. 50c. 75c. _____________ _ i _...___................ .....f....... j Remember the BARGAIN MATINEE SATURDAY, loc. and 25c. SEATS ON SALE AT HIGINBOTHAM'S We are making a. nevf departure this season, and arranged to sell wheels direct by mail, saving to our customers all intermediate profits. By this plan we can offer f Regular Hyslop Bicycles for This surprising value in first-class wheels will be an import- ant help to the restoration of their popularity. We hare planned tor a big bicycle year, and are ready with the best-machine for the money ever offered in Canada, Send for Illustrated Folder HYSLOP BROS., Limited High-Class Automobiles and Bicvcles TORONTO, ONT. Crow's Nest "THE BEAUTIFUL' The Picturesque Top o7 the World Silvery Lakes Singing Brooks B iislon of Forest Coloring Gigantic Snow-Capped Mountain Peaks. Trout Fishing Boating Hunting Saddle Horses Pack Horses 'Carnages Tents Dancing Pavilion Menagerie Ball Grounds Excellent Cuisine Buffet Service NO MOSQUITOES SUMMIT HOTEL Andy Good, Prop. Rates Reasonable UPTQN.'S POOL ROOM Is supplied with 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 ;