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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta he Daily Herald, Thursday, June SWEET More sold tha.n all other, combined Claresholm Had An Easy Victory Clareshohn, 3une league match here today between the local team'.'and the Macleod nine resulted in an easy win for the home team Macleod was so hopelessly beaten, by the fifth Inning, and the weather be- ing anything but congenial Tor base- all, the visitors decided to quit and T Local Sport Notes" j t J A NO Don't forget the football match to be held on the. Square tonight at (i.30. The Y. M; C.'.'A.i clash with the A. 0. F. providing the weather is favorable. concede victory to core was 1G to 6. won the English NOTES When Lomberg Derby yesterday all records were broken. The time was Manager Fred Clarke, of the Pirates tired of waiting for hot weather, last week set his team at daily practice. Messrs. Babe Adams and Three Fin gered Brown are collaborating hi a poem-entitled "The Mutability of Dia mond Greatness." Claresholm. The Four Straight Wins Piucher Creek, June Tues day night the Piricher City baseball team played th'e home aggregation'at the athletic park here and again- trim- med their opponents by a score of (J to 7. the fourth straight victory for the Pincher City boys this season. The game Tuesday night was a rather close one', though, a few blun- ders in the play of both teams. The S. 0. E. and footballers In gen- eral -will regret the fact that Tommy Barber, the star S. 0. E. inside left has found it necessary to retire alto gether from the football game, owing to Injuries to his ankle. Tommy nas earned the reputation of being one o the cleanest and .most effective, for wards in the league, and it is with re gret that we see him leave. Rumo has it that Tommy is entering Into the matrimonial game instead. There was no bail game at the park last night. The high winds which raged all yester- day showed no sign of abate- ment in 'the evening, and. base- 4- ijall washout of the question. i A fair number of fans turned "ojit in expectation were doomed, to disappointment. LACROSSE CLUBS MET Representatives of Lethbridge, Taber, Nanton and High River Formed Schedule At Alexandra Hotel Last Evening MECCA FOR PUGILISTS. Last night on the North Ward football grounds a junior team from the southern part of the city lined i up before a team Ward juniors. composed of North The score was in favor of the North Ward eleven. Los Angeles, May 31 Angeles appeai-s to be the Mecca for The'following who do not claim this city as their home are here: Owen Moran, Billy Papke, Frank Con Ferguson, Lew Powell, Jack Burns; Jim Flynri, Phil Brock, and Jim Barry. Sam Langford is on his way here and Ad Wolgast after his argu- ment with Jack Redmond in -.Milwau- also arrive in Los Angeles. Yesterday evening representatives from the different towns ol Alberta nterestcd in' lacrosse, met together to discuss important matters in Alexandra Hotel parlors. The meeting was called by Presi- dent Moir, but unfortunately lie could, not be present, so T. W. McEachern was appointed chairman lor the occa- sion. Delegates present were B. W. Wright, of Taber; B. C. Stanley, High River W. K. McCoy, Nanton T. -W. McEachern, Letbbridge. Others present were, W. J. Nelson, J. W. Dont Let the Weather Fool Get Your Cool Clothing The first real hot weather that, we arc bound to will send the 1 i men rushing for cool clothing. If you like to buy with a If you prefer to pick and choose at leisure and get the suit and hat that exactly suits your NOW. WE FIT [CORRECTLY EVERY FORM OF MAN! A large shipment of new Suiii- iner Suits opened up today. If you want something with -some dash and vim to it, here are some of the prettiest patterns in light weight fancy worsteds you ever clapped your eyes on. All hand tailored. Perfect fit- ting. c The very newest and up to date Summer Suits. Woods, S. B. Mitchell, L. J. Hel- met, A. J. Hunt, T. K. McNeil, of ethbridge; and B. W. Collison, Calgary. Medicine Hat and Pmch'er; vere not represented. They will not e interested in Intermediate lacrosse his season. It was moved hyL B. G. Stanley, cconded by W. J. Nelson, that an ntermediate schedule be'iormed, con- isting of Taber, Lethbridge, Nanton and High River. Carried. It was further moved by B. C. Stanley, secy onded by B. W. Wright, thai this district be divided into two, a double schedule for each district, the said districts to be called north and south and comprise for the north, Nanton and High River, ioc the south Lethbridge and Taber. Carried. I It was further decided thai I the winners should play home and home games, while the division of the receipts at these particular games be controlled by the association. Con- siderable discussion was entered; into regarding the number of games a player might participate in in senior company, without being designated as such, The 30-day residence clause was changed to 20 days. The old outstanding question of High River and Nanton's last year fees was also thrashed out. On tue assurance of the delegates that these'fees would be paid forthwith the schedule lor the intermediate series was drawn up as follows: Southern District Lethbridge at Taber, June 15. Taber at Letbbridge, June 29. Letbbridge at Taber, July 12. Taber at Lethbridge, July 21. Nor them "District High River at Nanton, June 17. ...Nanton at High River, June High River at Nanton, July 12. Nanton at High River, July 21. The deposit of the visiting team at half-time was reduced tp money must be put up and the game played, rain or shine. In the northern district High River gave assurance that in case Nanton cannot procure 12 men, that they would be willing to play 10 men a side, providing the field be shortened. At the finals, however, a full team must be played. It was also decided that home ref- erees be chosen for the respective games. Exhibition games will no doubt be arranged among the teams to fill in the time and provide amusement lor spectators on holidays. With that the meeting adjourned. THE REAL THING is onjy kind a real sportsman 'v wants, and it's the only kind we care'to deal in. We are sports our--- _ selves 'and know how It feels to have everything go just so. We sell all kindsyjf FIRST CLASS r SPORTING, GOODS' i V, fo r Indoor 'or outdoor pastimes, Also1 games of every, It would pay you to look over our su-; perb stock. You'll surely see some- thing you'd like to have. If you do, we can make the price fityour purwi The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co. PHONE 1032 412 ROUND ST cox FOR EDMONTON: Chesty Cox has informed' the Herald that five different; clubs of after his services, upon learn- ing of his dismissal from the management of the local team. Edmonton was one of them, and Cliesty says that appealed to him most, so he accepted offer. There evidently was no truth in the report that Keglna 'had actually signed 'him. i tJ-t l T Our Fit Reform Wardrobes are always in the lead for up-to-date styles and the newest patterns in hand-tailored Clothing for MOT. Every suit sold with our personal guarantee of satisfaction. Prices WIRES DOWN Owing to the telegraphic wires 'being put out of com- mission by the storms raging in the west, baseball scores and other outside sports can- not be given in these' columns at the time of going to press. MAROONS BATTING SLUMP CONTINUES Jack Beatty is the Only Player Who Is Hitting in Form. Trigger And-Traps Following are the score made at the ranges on the occasion of the fifth A Feature of the Meet One of.the most interesting of the athletic -meet here on July l will be the one mile relay race for local teams. The entry fee .for a team is ?1.00, and there -will be band- some prizes for the winning team. Some or the -city teams are already getting itheir men into and tne'y are none too scon if they mean to do r _ anything- on the 1st. The distances are not laid out yet, but it is probable thac the tace will be run in four quarters, v regular shoot of the Gun Club: Targets 25 5J5 Murray, J. B.............: U Sick, P. Jr................ 4 Stickley, E........'........ 9 Barr, D.................. lo Stafford, A. B............. 21 Siiover, W. S............. IS Stafford. J. W. 19 Robson, D. 13 Pilling, H................ 13 Agnew, F. R............. 16 The weather was very bad 18 and There are twenty-two items on the programme, which starting about 1 p.m., ought to provica a good after- g noon of sport for the citizens Leth- bridge, and those who come trom oth- er parts of the province for that oc- casion. S The secretary has already received Raincoats, any style, prices Men's Toppers, prices MEN'S FURNISHINGS READ THE WILL PAY YOU W.G. B. Negligee Coat 52 duett Peabody's Negligee Coat Shirts... .Men's Negligee Our special .-.-75C Men's 4-Ply Linen 20c. Our Men's 21-4 inch silk Men's All Wool Cashmere pr. for Men's Black Cotton to 35c Men's Llama W7ool 50c quality. 3 pr. Men's Heavy Working stripes and plain BO C of good values ih Raincoats and Men's Toppers V to Winnipeg Tribune. With the exception of Jack Beatty I every player's batting average tumb- led downward on Saturday. By get- Iting one hit in two times at bat the brilliant guardian of the first sack (made his percentage jump to 270 and is now leading by a big margin. Beatty is the only man who has [been hitting in any thing like form lately, the others apparently being un- [able to get out of the slump Isbell is next on the list with 229, [followed by Holmes with 217 and Kru- eger with 203. Even Prank Lohr has dropped below the 200 mark, while Larry Piper, instead of being able to bring up his average to respectable (proportions has been going down. Beers' hitting has been miserably tweak, as in ten games he has only secured three hits for an average of loss. The shortstop's case is one of the unexplainable things of baseball. Pie came to Winnipeg with the repu- tation of being a -hard hitter and fair [fielder. Instead of fulfilling- these [promises he has failed to bat, while his fielding has been gilt edged, and j phenomenal in many games. i Though Piper is only getting on [casionally, he is the leading run get-'Bg ter, having four more to Ms credit than Krueger who is second with nine. Beatty has the most number of hits, seventeen, while Krueger has sacri- ficed more times than any other play- er, advancing a man on seven differ- ent occasions. shooting very difficult, but notwith- standing the enthusiasm keeps up. numerous applications for entry forms but athletes must bear in mind that they must first be registered with the A. A. A. A. All registration forms, entry blanks and other information (regarding the sports can be had from the secretary, A. L. Johnson, P. O. Box 320. At ilie Majestic Next Tuesday Night. Men's Black Sateen Working 81.25 for Gowns and to Working .450 Light Weight to .50 Sole Agents for the Geo. A. Slater Invictus Shoes for Men McKelvie McGuire LOVE TRIUMPS Pitcher Gives Up Base BaH Rather Lose Fiance Oxford, Miss., May than ose his fiance, Robert Mitchell, re- garded by many as the "best college pitcher ever developed in the south, will abandon the idea of starring In the professional field. Young Mitchell had accepted terms from Manager Chance for trial with the Chicago Na- tionals, and was to report before him June 1. His sweetheart, however, de- livered an ultimation, and Mitchell has forwarded his letter ol explanation to Chance, telling that his days In base ball are ended so far as his pro- fessional career is concerned. 1 j A Star Actress Miss Ernestine Morrlc Avlio will be seen in 'St. Elmo' Men's Outfitters The postponed Cincinati-N'ew York game of May 17 will be played as a double-header on Sunday, July 17. BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA BARBER SHOP CIGARS LUNCH COUNTER Basement of the Oliver Block ;