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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDQE. ALBERTA, TUESDAY, JUNE I, I KM. Look The Part the world judge you for what you are. As pAMinff throng see you only from the outside, make that outside worthy of the man within. J "Progress Brand" Clothing the honest on .acquaintance. The handsome ap-pearance but reflects the careful workmanship and honest materials of the parts within. "Progress Brand" Clothing gives the maximum style, wear and value. 3 j SPORTS Press Club Vs. Y. M. C Two old rival baseball teams come together tonight at the Athletic! park, the Press Club and tho Y3LC. Both teams will be out to win and there is every likelihood of a good game. The lint) up will probably be: PKESS Nicholson 1st b.. Evans 2b, Davies ss, Flannery 3b. Pulley rf, Wedd cf. Currie If, Tate ind Murphy, p, Rt-id c. Extras, Brown, Gunn, llaveety. YOUNG HEX'S CLUB Gallivan b, Hoore 2b, Simmons ss, Moore. leo. Helgerson If, Kenny rf, :reen cf, Clark and Shaddick p, Brandow, Cope c. Extras, Kinnear, Prince and Piton. (Second Game) Montreal............................. 0 Rochester -t At Jersey (First Game) .Newark 5 City (Second Gtyne) Jersey Citv ..............'f.......... 1 8 (I PURCHASE OF UNIFORMS IN THE CITY Lcthbrklge, Mny 31. Editor of The Ho mid Dear Sir The following letter which sjleaks for itself, hus been sent to The News for publication lu an- swer to a complaint voiced m its At (First Game) Baltimore........................'....12 Providence.......................... 2 (Second Game) Baltimore 2 Providence.......................... 5 At (First Game) Toronto 3 Buffalo BASEBALL RESULTS Toilondl vsd by H. Vinsberg Co. Limited, Montreal ScW wltk Coarnilee by McKELVIE McGUIRE JAPS -PLAY BAIX AT KAYMOXD Raymond, Japs have? organized a baseball team and will play the Raymond boys Friday after- noon. June 4, in Victoria park. The Japs played together three years in British Columbia and. they have a go'od team. Western Canada At no game, rain At Bran-don 000 000 001- Oalgary...................... 000 000 Batt'Ories Hemirick and Stingle Vining an-d Kelly. (Jrnpire, Dyer." At Moose Jaw 000 000 Hut 104 001 lotteries McCartney and Anthony ......T---V................... (Second Game) 3 Buffalo o American At (First Game) i Cleveland............................. 3 St. Louis G (Second Game) Cleveland 5 St. Louis i At v (First Game) Boston 2 Phila-delphia........................ 7. Boston 2 5 C) 1 j columns, and would like you to pub- lish same that the reply may have a chance to catch up with the com- plaint. Yours iruly, W.M. STEVEX. Secretary Lethbrkige Caledonian F. C. i Editor of The News Dear Sir last issue of The ujij-Jer the heading of Sports, [appears a paragraph by "Fairplay." {as follows I Several of the local merchants coni- J plain thut in nearly instance the supplies, uniforms, etc., are be- ing purchased out of town. If. this is correct it is hardly a square deal, jl'or it is to these local merchants .that the clubs look for thoir .support 9 0 Kindly bear this in mind, Mr. Sec- _ and buy all you can in the "jdty for "Right's right and wrong's 11 10 4 11 wo were compelled to send or do without. The latter alternative was not to be thought of for a moment, us that woulii mean dropping out of the lea- gue, whereas wo-were, and are, in to their league yarno with the-CaUies on Wednesday, June 2 Hossiter" 1 personally helped-to canvass the goal Wellington und Hooker backs; maroon Itundlc, Whitehead'ftnd Wallace half- ANC1ENT OHDEli OF FORESTERS FOOTBALL CLUB The following players have been se- lected to represent the above dub in ilsfferent merchants for sweaters but not, one was to be had. Te then, rutlicr than send away, de- cided that ordinary do, but were again met with the (by this time) stereotyped XO. In addition to .this not qne merchant made tho east advance or offer to procure for us what ..we wanted. backs Wilson, Doe, Rudd, Kno widen and Goucher forwards. Reserves, Turner, Laing and Thain. There, will also be a practice g-arno on Friday evening between the above j eleven and the following of. For- esters in order to see what players FIG PILLS "estore Failing Energy yell and healthy them perform 4heir functions. Besides this they purify your blood and make the run-down ailing ones feel like new Try a box-S and see how quickly, Forsaleb? Alberta 10 10 strengthen the first eleven-! Kvcn m the procuring of our colors jThain goal; Bates and T. Bupen, SPORTS ON DOMINION (xhich we were compelled to have j bucks Johnston, for use on the 18th inst) we tried every merchunt in town and at last 0 no man's right." speaking for tho Lethbri-dgu secured -some flags bearing the re- quired design (Scottish Royal Stan- dard) which we had sewed on, to the sweaters. As for the merchants SUPPORT- ING our game, I may say that .we have yet to receive the first subscrip- tion from one of them. When speaking explicitly about Laing half-backs; Cxland, Turner.; At a meoltag of the executive of uarthuemow, fiothwell and Merser, i pi forwards. at Barnes, at 6.30. both NORTHERS LIGHTS WON Society last night it was decided to. hold a sports day on July 1. The sports will consist of a _tug-of-war, five a side football contest, 1.00 yard sprint, etc. The following committee were Welch and Ward. At Winnipeg Kdiuonton Batteries Smith and ton. Umpire, Donnelly. QOO 000 000 000 Van Zant and Ejinonds Burridge. Umpire, Wai- Northwester At Seattle RHE At (First Game) Chicago Detroit (Second Game) Chicago............................. Detroit 1 i Football Club, I state 9 emphatically that everything g- o possible was done to secure our sup locally, but without avail, and o in At Washington......................... New York j. National At (First Game) Cincinnati 4 Chicago i (Second Cincinnati 10 4 3 7 NO. 3 JITNIORS WON The 3- Juniors defeated Red Sox by a score of winning- team was as follows the The G. Sweda p, Joe Oswald c, W. Oswald lb, P. Spegar 2b, J. Pilgas G-. Chumick ss, 31. Sweda cf, John Spe- Montreal' 3 _ ir T? _ _ t _ tj cattle.................................11 (Second Game) Vberdeen.............................. i Seaule 3 At 3 3 (Second Game) Vancouver 4 Tacoma i At Portland- Spokane............................... 3 [Portland 3 Game) Spokane o Portland 3 Eastern At 15 2 8 2 9 3 S 2 11 0 3 Chicago At 10 gar If, M. Vaselenak rf. (First Game) Philadelphia....................... 2 Xew York 3 (Second-Game) Xew York........................... 5 At (First Pittsburg 4 St. Louis 2 (Second Game) 'other Gave Her sj Child Away. j Had Given up all Hope of Living. .1 I Heart Trouble was Cured by __ 2 i Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pills. j Mrs, Andrew Savoy, 0 rat tan's, KB., j the year 1005 I was taken 3 length-of time. My trouble was with my 1 heart, and jKMple told rne that nothing could j be cvne far a crtse like mine. I cousulted the very tloct45rs but they could do me i no good. For seven weeks f could harulj 1; Cross the..fioor. I had no pain, bat was so I weak nobody in the -world can believe now I felt. I had given xp all hopes of living j and had given my little girl to my sister- J i in-latr. 2 "One day a. friend came to see me, by name, said, 'Lizzie, if I were 1 try a dose of Miltmrn's Heart Pills j trouble.5 My husband got mo a hor, but I for two days I was not feeling any better, j but on thf: husband said, J football and not even mentioning any other game, you prate of ''Fair- play, Right's etc., yet ow- ing to a fancied reporter- did not in your previous issue even say that -the Calgiiry-Lethbridge game was to be played, though he mentioned all other sports, and even now seizes the of put- ting in a kick for the merchants gratis. I would also like to .call your at- tention to the fact thut the merch- ants (cheerfully or, otherwise) help the blind enUvcsiasts to pav out of dollars toward baseball Vom practicully no returns are xveived, and not only the uniforms. out even the men and their entire outfits are imported, fur-'! ling merely the cash and tho place. A" copy of tho above is also being nt to The Herald. Yours truly, W3L STEVEX. Secretary J.eihhridge Caledonian F. C. CALLIES' "V -MQ v n o Lights defeated the to look after the affair T. Hall, W. Scott, D. Mil- L. Bruntoh; 0. Ramsay, W. -Red Sox last night at No. 3. The T" Hall w7 j scoro stood at the end of the fifth :ne, H. Steven. On account of the lacrosse game on Thursday night it has been decided to pluy the Caledonian-A Q, F. 5t. Louis 4 At j believe .those pills are duiug you good.' 1 9- 3 better this" more ing.J He said, Well, Ti on Wednesday night. The fol- another right I j losing is the line-up of the Callies i 10 not been sick since then. Rochester 3 Boston Brooklyn............................. 3 (Second Game) Boston..................... i 8 6 15 3 'Brooklyn 4 1 "I will never be withoa t them in my home for God knows if it had not been for Mil- bom's Heart aid Nerve Pills, I -woald not have been now." Goal, Boss backs, Mullen an-d Craw- ford Cameronf Kelly and Milne; forwards, Fleming, llclvean, W. Whyte, Leitch, :Mc3Jallan reser- ves, Oliver and Johhstone. Price 50 box, 3 boxes for f 1.25, at all dealers or mailed direct on receipt of gnce by The T. Milbum Co., limited. The League will open Toronto, Ont in the course of a few days. EDOUARD VON BUECHNER The Energetic Conductor of the San Francisco Opera Company at the Lyceum Theatre, June 2 -and 3 an in ONE NIGHT ONLY Wednesday, June 2nd, 1 Prices 1, 75c The Best Ever in the City THURSDAY NIGHT I be the TEDDY WEBB The Funniest Mart in the World of Comic Opera of the Season Thirty-two People. Elegant Chorus. Elegant Costumes Curtain Promptly at 8.30 No Persons Seated Acts ;