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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Friday, June Prices For In Men's Cloiliiag we are in. Hie lead for'cor- rect styles, anil variety oi patterns, together with low prices. Tor this Saturday we are showing ior Men the finest line of clothing ever shown in Canada, and at prices 'that are surely a revelation in the clothing market. All AVool Worsted in the latest two and three IniUoii styles, for Fancy Imported Worsteds and sin- gle or double breasted styles-for-.... All Wool Scotch Tweeds and -Imported Worsteds the season's latest styles for Fancy Silk ami Wool the new button effects, guaranteed to fit, for A Splendid Assortment of All Wool bines, browns and grays, for Imported in the nobbiest styles worn, the kind von -pay. for anywhere. Eor For this Saturday we have arranged to give the people of Lethbridge the greatest opportunity to save money on Boys' Clothing that this ciy has ever afforded. We are putting our entire Boys' Clothing at a straight reduction of 20 per cent. Now on Boys' Wear this means a whole lot. And to fully appreciate the great sav- ings to be realized, call at our store Saturday and see with your own eyes what we are really Boys' fancy worsteds for Boys' a full assortment of pat- terns in light and dark colors for Boys' fancy tweeds, worsteds 01; serges, made in Norfolk or plain Boys' In im- ported worsteds, made in all different styles. for Boys' "Wearbettcr" Brand Summer extra pair of trousers to match. '.Regular S8.QO for Boys' "Wearbettcr" extra trousers to match, made with double seats, double knees and double-elbows. 'Ecgular price These are all the season's newest, goods, and is guaranteed to gyve absolute satis- faction. GRAYSON PITCHED A GREAT GAME THE LOCAL NINE PUT IT ALL OVER THL MOOSE JAW AGGREGATION LAST NIGHT WARD COMES HERE A been acquired from Edmonton to play the outlield for the local club. Ward caught for Medi- cine Hat and Moose Jaw last year it .will be remembered. He is considered a good man and Joe Lynch had some trou- ble in landing-him. Men's Llama Wool Half alar in all sizes, f 25c Men's .Negligee and quality, Saturday 75c Straw all shapes, styles and sizes. Can guarantee to suit anybody 35c Boys' Summer "or-without collar. Regular price 90c7 AB R Tripplet, 3b 3 0 Mclntosh, If 3 0 Crocker, cf 3 0 Hurley, Ib 3 1 Davis, rf 32 Jones, 2b 2 0 etl, ss 1 1 liss, c 3 0 keels, p 1 0 mithson, p 1 'Boys' Cotton double knees, regular.50c quality, for 25c Dog Skin Driving One button, regular selling price 75c MACLEOD BROS. WHAT PINCHEft CITY DID TO PINCHER CREEK A Pincher City Correspondent sends the following: A game of baseball was played be- tween Pincher Creek and Pincher City on Tuesday, May Si at Pincher Creek, resulting after a well played game in n victory- for Pincher City, by a score1 of 9 to 7. The game was called at 6.30 with the following line- up: Creek Lessard, 3b. McKinnon, c. Stewart, p. Tucker, ss. Miller, If.v Conrad, cf. Mowatt, rf. Baker, Ib. PARTLY NEGRO? Pincher Pickett, c. White, Ib. L. Morgan, 2b. Morris, p. Mongean, ss. Read, If. Molr, cf. Pilling, rf. R. Morgan, 3b. The game was decidedly interest- ing from beginning to end, each team having a goodly number of admirers themselves heard. Morris and Pickett, the battery for Pincher City, certainly played a star game. Molr and Read proved them- selves good fielders, while the base Question Causes Forfeit) Of Game At the Hat Medicine Hat, June game was forfeited by Regina to Medicine Hat, Walters refusing to pJay without Brookins, the alleged Negro, who has been barred from the game by President Eckstorm. Umpire Wheeler received a wire from the pre- sident giving explicit instructions that Brookins was not to play. Walters pulled .his team off the field and be- comes liable for the fifty dollar fine which the president has stated that he will impose on such action. managers taking Creek team were Lessard, Stewar men also played their positions and McKinnon, who not only played R. some sensational 'their positions well bu: were good plays on second base. Pickett, ris, L. Morgan and White were thei Mr. Jones (real estate) of Pinche best batters on the Pincher City team Creek proved a most satisfactory urn were largely responsible for the pire. score. Fincher City has a ball team secon The best players on the Pincher to none for a town of its size. Regina, June feeling has een aroused here at the action of 'resident Eckstorm in declaring Jrookins ineligible to play with Re ina at Medicine Hat, resulting in the game going by default to the Hatters U a recent meeting .of the Western 'anada league it was agreed that the question of Brookins should be lef o the decision of Secretary Farrell or Albany, N. Y., and It is felt tha President Eckstorm's action is high-] handed in the extreme. A meeting of trie directors of the Regina team has been called for tomorrow, and the pre- sent Indications are that President Eckstorm must withdraw his ultima- tum and leave the matter for the chief authorities to settle or Regina will re- tiro from the league, Tht club claims that until the objection to Brookins is upheld from Albany they are en- The Warner Team i Went To Raymond and Got Trimmed Warner, June Wednesday the oca! nine journeyed to Raymond, played the team of that town and were beaten 7 to G. The game was a good one of the sort that keep both players and spec- tators on anxious street till the finish. The home team got off to a good start, scoring a counter in the first and two in the second. In the sixth another was added to their pile, and in the ninth a trio of runs. Guldseth broke the ice for Warner in the third and Johnson made the mound for two innings, but was short on control and Berg finished the game. The feature of the day was the pitch- ing of the latter, who had eleven strike outs to his credit in seven in- nings. A high wind was blowing throughout the game. This made the judging of fly balls a difficult matter indeed and accounted for several of the scores. The game was advertised to com- mence at four o'clock and the Warner boys were "on the field in readiness to start before that hour, but owing to the late arrival of the Homesters on the field, play was not called till after six. Mr. Thos. O'Brien of Raymond offi- ciated as umpire and from a Warner point of view quite a number of his decisions were not exactly according circuit in the fourth on a two bagger to Hoyle. Of course we do not wish down, Grayson, the new local pitchei who was acquired from the Macleod semi-pros, with the aid of some heavj swatting, pitched himself into an over whelming victory last night at th ball park against the invading enemy the Robin Hoods of Moose Jaw. The game'was replete with all that Is spec- tacular in baseball; by turns, as it were, brilliant, hideous and other- wise, fast, furious and sightly. The locals contributed considerable of the rough stuff in the early part of the game in left field, where a new by the name of La Rue shone. He was shifted to right in Bird's place ana the latter perched former's position, and Bird showed that he was there when the occasion came, which made the change look good. Bird and La Rue, by the'way, .have been play- ing in the neighboring towns and are tional being used until their places Moose filled .with seasoned material, and that long if inside information holds good. Lethbridge had two bad innings, the seconu. and the third. They were the periods when the visitors broke loose and promised io make monkeys of the boys in grey-. It-was also the time when we made the two errors charg- ed up against us, and also when, the Robins made three of their The other was made in the first: After that spasmodic upheaval of the second and third inning there was nothing to it but big league ball on our side. In spite of the cold wea- ther the boys played a remarkably Dudley, cf steady game and appeared to have all O'Hayer, Ib kinds of confidence in the lad on the La Rue, If rf mound, whom they were ably support- rf If ing. Grayson, p Skeels, the opposing slab artist, the man with the reputation, for it was By innings: he who fanned out twenty-one Mar- Moose Jaw oons or thereabouts rectntly, was a Lethbridge false alarm. He driven to th bench in, the third when things wer looking desperately black against him and Smithson took his place. It wa a joke; merely a case of stepping u to the swatting station, choosing rosy looking one out of a fat selec tion, and on the nose lo whatever was needed, and skatin around the bases. We got six tallies in the third an five in the -fourth, added to the on in the first inning made, twelve, an then we rested. Grayson had his op ponents in the palm of his hand from then on and juggled -with them at Jiis leisure. The Robins saw it was all off, and being leary that the Miners might start to loop-the-loop any old time again, they decided to suit and concede victory to the home team. The Way It Started in the Third Bird, first up, electrified the crowd with a resounding smash to left. Gray- son then very aptly saw the advan- tage of getting in the road of a pitch- ed ball and getting a free pass to first. A passed ball advanced the men a base each. Mackin next outmanoeuv- red the pitcher and got a walk, rilling the bases. Head got out at first but scored Bird. Chick drove the ball with terrific force to Bell but it was too hot for him to gather In, and while he was juggling it Grayson 4- 4" new manager and Dudley, gave gin- ger to me Mg show right up to finish. -j The work of Umpire 'Smith T without, fault last night, and he held up his great reputation as a mair'wfco knows "the game in -everyparticular, Smith is certainly a hard .worker and it not afraid to exert order' to view close plays from a near'pros- Ralph Bell, who made such a hit with us last year at short and-.wHo was traded to Moose Jaw for O'Hayer this season, was given a warm greet- ing by the fans when he put in'an appearance vat -bat. 'He was always a popular-player and a man of excep-' 6 IS H O 0 'i A 1 0 0 1 0 2 1 0 1 2 8 A 3 x -3 AB R lackin, 2b 2 3 lead, '3b 2 1 Chick, ss 3 2 .ynch, c.......... 4 1 2 1 3 1 3 0 3 2 2 1 24 12 .6 21-11 E 0 0" 1 0 0 1 'o i) 2 Summary: Earned runs, Moose Jaw 1, Lethbridge 1; three-base hit, Crock- er; sacrifice hits, Jones, Head 2 Dudley; sacrifice stolen bases, Hurley, ilackin, Head, Chick. hit by pitcher, Grayson, Dudley; bases on balls, off Skeels 1, of Smithson 1, off struck out, .by Skeels 2, by Grayson left on bases, Moose Jaw 4, Lethbridge 2; Innings pitched, by Skeels 2 1-3, by Smithson 3 2-3; time 1.05; attendance 200. Umpire Smith. ONLY ONE GAME Lethbridge had the only baseball game of the league last night. Regina defaulted -J- at Medicine Hat and rain pre- vented the other two games. -J- Eckstorm is altogether exceeding the authority of his position In disregard- ing the ruling of the executive at the dictation of Medicine Hat, and a single by M. Grady. Berg And Guldseth added one each in the sev- enth period, and L. Grady and Berg brought in another pair in the ninth. Owing to the delay in getting the game started it was agreed to play- only seven innings, hut at the end of that time the score stood a tie, four all, and so the contest was continued. There was nothing further doing till the iiliuh, when Warner secured two and their opponents three runs. The visitors were in a batting mood and pounded out a dozen hits, L. Gra- dy and Berg taking the honors in this to insinuate that Mr. O'Britn wilfully favored the home team, but they cer tainly got the long end of things al the way through. The attendance was disappointingly small, the unpleasant weather n doubt accounting for this. OUTSIDE ENTRIES FOR THE HENLEY department with three safe blngles each. Johnson of Warner occupied the London. June and co onial entries for the Henley Stewart' Challenge Cup are Winnipeg, Berlin Amsterdam and Mayence. For th Diamond Sculls the entries are Co grave, Lucas, Mayence, Stahnke an Breslau. BASEBALL SCORES Smithson Relieves Skeels in the Box Lynch got out on a pop fly to third. Chick stole second whilst the pitcher slept. Dudley was served with one in the slats and the bases were filled as the result. O'Hayer hit on the ground to third; Tripplet lost his-head ind forgot what to do with the ball and when he eventually collected his scattered nerves it was too to make good lost time ho whipptd the ball across to first without re- covering his equilibrium and it sped on uninterrupted to the bleachers, Mackin, Chick and Dudley scoring, while G'Kayer waltzed around to sec- ond. Hurley dropped the ball in an attempt to retire La Rue and O'Hayer added the sixth run to the pile. La Rue put the side out In a vain scram- ble to annex the second bag. lue next inning was simply a re- production of its predecessor, only we got one less run across the plate. One of the best displays of the art or sliding ever seen on the diamond was pulled oft by Mackin Sn> the first inning. Johnny got around to second and noticing a momentary spell of slumber on the part of the Robins, tore for third. He was caught a city block, but with a clever feint, as if to go around the third base caretaker, he changed his course in a twinkling and slid under him without being touched. Such plays as this through out the game coupled with a. fine run nlng catch of a foul fly by Joe Lynch and a perfect squeeze play by th NORTHWESTERN At Vancouver................. 0 Tacorna 5 At Seattle- Seattle................... 2 Spokane 1 S 2 12 D rMTIONAL At Philadelphia- Philadelphia 3 St. Louis 4 At Boston Boston 1 Chicago 2 At New York Xew York 7 Cincinnati 3 ASSOCIATION At Louisville Louisville 5 Minneapolis ____ ____ Columbus-St. Paul; Toledo-Kansas City; Indianapolis-Milwaukee, gimos postponed, rain. AMERICAN At St. St. Lonis 3 3 Boston 10 13 5 Detroit and Philadelphia; Cleveland and Washington; Chicago and York games postponed, rain. EASTERN At Newark- Newark ____ 2 Baltimore 1 At Providence 3 Jersey City 4 At Rochester Rochester S Montreal ...i... 1 At Buffalo Buffalo 0 Toronto 6 5 5 7 10 6 9 10 ;