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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta WIONIIDAY JUNE I, THE m mm SHOP In Upton's Pool Room IS NOW OPEN C. L. Upton Oliver Block SPORTS Lethbridge Takes a Fall Out Of Reg ma The Alexandra Cafe Leads Them All nothing is too good for iis many patrons, nothing but the most advanced equip- ment to improve the ser- vice for their comfort. With the latest improved electric Tea and Coffee Urns and five electric cool- ing fuua already installed this month, and the best thS market affords on our table atjlie lowest possible cost to all. We don't in- tend" to lag in our efforts; to make The Alexandra Cafe the Mecca and pride of the people of Leth- bridtre and their friends. N. H. MURRAY, Prop. Press and Y.M.C Play a Tie Game Another one of those farce comedy but highly interesting ball was pulled on" at the ball gro'.m-is night when the Y.M.C. and the j Club made an even break in seven i innings. The scoiv was The game was a variety exhibition j of the kind. In it were included j sensational plays, masterly pitching. I heavy hitting. i good aad bad galore. Some Regina, Susk., June 1. Lethbridge defeated the Bonepilers here today, the score being 3 to 2. The Begina team lost on two errors but played good ball all. through. In the second the Lethbridge bunch made hay and there were three runs in. In the eighth the Bonepilers ran up two, and the finish was a -defeat for the home team. Kolar, of the Bonepilers, was re- SAN FRANCISCO OPERA CO. The appearance of the Francis- co Opi-ra Company at the Lyceum llu'atn- will undoubtedly be the Just "in- 01 me retiiiy talented orgunizu- utiomi m this city fur time to come the Canadian tour iiua bwn iairly profitable, it not been such as to cause Mr. Healy, man- ager of the company, to book return dates for next season. Tried, as an experiment, the original booking be- ing for two months oly. the San Fran nn leased, but Lethbridge cinched him. He was the best batter on the team. The score Lethbridge R J. Corrigan, rf 0 bum base stealing, j Taylor, 3b 0 throwing and errors more variety was i given the game when Nicholson had nose flattened by a collision with I .Moore on the first base line, and was forced to retire from the game. TaU> pitched for the Press ami started off in big league style, but in second inning a succession of errors spoilt his chance of holding his opponents down and in this inn- ings no fewer than seven Y.M.C. men Corrigan, rf 0 Cox, If 0 Townsend, lb i Lynch, c 1 Bell, ss 0 Chandler, 2b 1 1'ieh, p o Hegina R Ross, rf i Waed, 2b 0 H 1 L 0 1 0 1 1 O 1 11 3 1 1 0 E 0 0 oi The "Wideawake" is per- fect work-a-day collar. High enough to protect the throat low enough to be easy and comfortable. 2 for 250. In "Iron Frame" KMt every dealer iclis LIMITED. MONTHCAL. S. O. E. WON Last night in tie city league match for the Buchanan Trophy the Sons oi j Kugland defeated the Maple .Leafs a score of three to nothing. The ijgame was not altogether 0 i however, though the played 0 j to win. Still the Maples played a 1 I good hard game right through till Brandon, Ldmoutou, Calgary, Nelson ictoria and Vancouver gave the com- pany large profits which, however diminished in playing the smaller which, when the houses are packed to the doors, do not much nan pay' expenses. Mr Healy, who may justly be call- v.u the Operatic Pioneer of Canada he- being the first manager tWhave the audacity to put a large company of genuine light opera artists in the smaller cities, feels that the adver- tising derived by his company will prove of value should he return in a year or two when with the ever in- creasing growth of this countrv a tour by The Sau Francisco Opera C-.mpany will faring returns in keep- ing with its excellence. Immediately alter the engagement here the com- pany will leave for the Coast, where on June 14th the San Francisco Op- era Company opens an engagement of twelve weeks at the beautiful Empress crossed the This was the only j Collins" 0 2 2 innings in which the Y.M.C. scored. This looked bad for the Press this 7 to 0. but by dint of hard plugging they succeeded in getting a couple of and things EDMONTON GETS KNOTTY LEE Gardner, c 0 Blackburn, lb 0 McDonough, If 0 Summers, cf 0 Quinn. 3b 1 Sporer, p 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 10 1 0 I the end. They showed themselves to __ __I be liard maple with good staying' 10 2 (qualities. I The teuuis up as follows 0 ol Pilmer Wt-Us 2 u'and l-'arris half-backs, Stephenson, 1 0 I Chiswkk and Firth forwards, W. Q I Oliver, Barber and o Joyce. 0 MAPLE USAFS Goal, Gcoding bia. "Florodor will be the offering of The San Francisco Opera Company t 'iiifrht. and "King Dodo" tomorrow In Olives. Greens and new laste will'appreciate the elegance of our new Double Breasted Sack Suits. The styles are absolutely correct and rendered doubly attractive by the Fancy English Worsteds we have used. 0 AT THE EUREKA Morris and Thaten are d 2 Oh. we Tacoma 382 At Aberdeen- Portland 0 43 Aberdeen i i o At postponed, on account of Spokane arriving late. Eastern At Toronto 5 30 Buffalo 230 At Jersey Jersey City 2 f, Baltimore ............'.............m 3 r> At in a rush but his pluck kept him in the game. The Maple Leafs and S. O.E. both tried to score but time was called with no change. So the Sons of England now .hold second "place in the league. The Callies and the A.O.F. play the match scheduled for Thursday, but which is changed out of court- esy to the big lacrosse match with Regina on that evening. At the close of this week the schedule oT the City Football League will, be half over. The Callies and S.O.E. are leading but with good team practice the Maple Leafs and A.O.F. may yet be heard from before the schedule is here today to dis the admin Lstrative policy of the order in the United States. One of the matters to be considered is dual membership complete. Practice often works won- ders. Line-Up Of Team That Will Meet Regina Such memberships prevail in Eng- land and it has often been that the same ruit1 be put in force in this country. It is pointed out in favor of dual membership that, a Mason does not like to lose his connection with his nie but would desire to be- come -affiliated with a lodge in the placo where his interests cause him to live. About 750.000 Masons are. rep resented at the meeting. JEFFRIES WON'T FIGHT ABROAD got. 0 And the horrible things' we planned to the ump with the visage Not Joseph to what we were saving for For he did not understand. The ump was stripped and the tar applied (Pleasing, to you and I Vnd his errors were scorched on his leathery hide.