Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
LETHBRIDQt, ALBERTA, FRIDAY, JUNE 4, ItM. SPORTC For Exacting Dressers we have created an entirely new style in 3 button Sack Suits. Not only are lapels, jj pTHRRIHflR IS pockets and cuffs different from former are, also. hC A IN THF VICTOR Fit-Reform Sulu from We went abroad for the Tweeds and got the best in England, Scotland an Ireland. Reason Why 19 Third Successive Win For the Miners Beat Moose Jaw 5-2 McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Agents for Lethbrkke. REGINA WON IN A WALK score was i '.o 2 for the The play continued throughout thf ot-hi-r three quarters. The city team Let'abridge bull team seems to have at last struck its proper gate. Three .straight wins to its credit. Two games iroin Keginu and yes- (..'i-Jay's defeat of iioose Jaw has the hearts 01 the. Leth- i idgc fails to unbounded joy. Every- j one has confidence now that the luck j j has changed and that J ack L'orri- j Igan's Miners will soon be making aj I fair bid. for a piao; in the top divi- j ision. interest is now kc-esi and if the j team can make an even break from j noiv until they come home on the exchanjivd rhfir positions and several 14tfaj j-obody should kick. As mijfht have been exjiected Regina Minto C'up challengers trouble in putting it the tiilTer-nt men given a turn in the! coal- ilct'orvie showed up well in the ii.-ts by saving- several dangerous shots. Gdw showed up By decisively putting it over Moose the Lcthbridye Ijoys show that they are equal in ability with' the rest, for Moose Jaw is reckoned as had [better in the field then he did in the j one O1- Ljje aggregations in 'soul, while Leonard played well no Lhe league. thr [matter what position he was in- Jack C'orrib'an has made consider-I Cook, too, played a good hard game. change m his original line-up, j snuio dealers offer "some- iliing just good" as Pro- gress Brand Garments, is obvious. The k-ss there is in a jfjinncnt, I'll1 smaller tlie cost. The smaller the c st the irreaier th.- there are svrne nierchants wliu are oui for the large pro- fits, even if tln-y have to look for new customers every day. Progress Brand Clothing af- toril? the dealer only an hon- est legitimate plus the gain that conies from Satis- fied "customers. Look for the Progress La- bel. You will tirn.1 it an hon- estly-made garment, and in tlie hands uf an honest clo- thier. Every tiannent guar- or mon- ey back." Should you have any dif- ficulty in pr.-.-curing Progress Brand Garments, write. us direct. While we cannot sell at retail, we will place you in communication with the nearest merchant hand- ling our goods, a man whu will be to serve you at a legitimate prnfU. McKclvie McGuire NOTICE The secretaries of tho var- ifc iuus sporting and pastime clubs of the city will confer u favor by in reports and news of their respective )fc games to the sporting editor of 4c the Herald. All correspon- deuce must be authentic be- yoiKl question. THE CITY FOOTBALL LEAGUE The executive of the City Football League held a meeting lost night iu the sitting room of the Balmoral. Mr. of Bow Island, sub- mitted a proposal for the Lethbridge city team to go there on July 1st to play against Medicine Hut. The Bow Island committee has subscrih- I THE NEW MM SHOP In Upton's Pool Room IS NOW OPEN C L. ,Upton Prop. Basement Oliver Block 8REAKING FIFTY ACRES A DAY Taber. Aha.., June Gor- hum, who has secured five full sec- tions of land four miles south of town is now turning over the sod ed over to the prize fund for his )nagnificeilt stt.ain "outfit, the Dominion Day sports and offered j ivhicl, works dougie His put up a trophy for ft foot- I plow is doing excellent work on the ball match and to pay travelling ex- penses. clean, level prairie, where he can j run a furrow a mile long without an After discussion the executive of the in the wav He jlltends tivating the whole of his land, and league decided that as the City Foot- ball League is organized to boost football in JLethbridge, and as the local Caledonian Society are holding a football tournament (with five players on a side) with other sports, therefore they were obliged to de- cline the much appreciated invitation from Bow Island. But they express- iinws next season. expects to have it ready tn seed with fall wheat this season. This is one of twenty steam or gasoline plow outfits working in this district this season. These plows work to perfec- tion in this soil. The acreage under cultivation will be increased nianv local lacrosse hoys in The game.' last evening at the Athletic Park. The j locals were rather weak in "-ood I locals had what might be termed an j combination play. "When they did ;H-S policy, impromptu team scared up for the j get the ball near the Reguia net it, occasion and they were no mutch for jwas dill.euit to the all-star, well-traiifed Retina way_ At limcs ,ooalr, would gregation. The score ended 1-S to wen jn individual home jet past the defence of the enemy, who were always in the I wav. At times the locals veil in individual from pJays at iloose and tomorrow. It might have been made greater had 'play, but they wen1 not practiced in i cared to extend them- League Standing Won Lost P. C. .700 the knack of drawing out the defence Edmontou s While at times the visitors might have been checked closer. The game was (fret; from roughness. But once a Re- 'Vunnipetr and rather j Calgary man was on the fence for 'live minutes for foul play. Leonard. the Reginas selves. The first goal was scored by Re- trina within five minutes after the face off. Then in Ir-ss than five titles Henry bulged the net and the score was even. The local people, McCorvie and Henry each bulged the were jubilant but their joy was prev- ;net. when a hearty cheer curne from ious. The red sweaters scored again the bleachers as the goal umpire in less than two minutes, and again raised his h9nli- But as fast as in the same time, while another score Deeded the visitors kept adding to came soon after. The were Jau. 10 Brandon Regina 4 S 3 11 10 G .666 .529 .461 .421 .ill .400 BASEBALL RESULTS Western Canada At Brandon- Brjmdon 11 9 At .Jersey City 1 i American At Boston- Detroit S Boston 3 At Philadelphia- Philadelphia f> Chicago At New St. l.ouis 5 Xew York 7 National At Pitts-burg 9 Boston S At Chicago 4 10 1 Philadelphia led a willingness to send the Leth- j bndge City team at some other time. It was further that the .patronage of-the city league be ex- tended to the Caledonian tournament on July 1st. Arrangements will be made Q.S soon as for the publication of the league constitution. The executive passed a vote of congratulation and. good wishes to the genial secretary, T. Hall, who bashfully admitted that he was soon to be married. The secretary had not yet received any further information from Pincher Creek regarding the match between the Lethbridge city team and Pincher Creek at the latter place on June 19. JOHNSON AND KAUFFMAN lj New York, articles 3 of agreement of a fight in which Al j Kauffman, of California, will endeav- or to wrest the world's champion- ship honors from Jack Johnson, the Texas negro pugilist, were drawn up 3" and signed here today. The time and 7 0 J place of the bout remain ye.t to be decided upon, but it will be held pre- ferably in September. 1900. John- 9 3 son agrees to box Kauffman 45 13 2 rounds or go to a. finish in Nevada, or anywhere else where a finish con- test is allowed. He specifies and Ln- other si-de of the account. When splendid in their passing, and eire.-y thc blew his whistle the EdinonLon 100 iJOO 3 man was dead sure catch and accur- score stood in favor of Regina. Hanson and Stingle ate in passing. But before the end) The following is the line-up of the I Sfaea juurridge_ Umpire, Dyer. j At Moose LETIIBR1DGE hloose Jaw lOotjOO 2 n-oal Gow Lethbridge point jjMcL'arcy cover if Ig KlllS fOr I Davidson 1st defence-' Bobson 2nd defence iMcLeod defence Campbell of the first quarter Doc Ellis had i teams scort-d another for the locals. When i REG-'INA ends changed the score changed the Clark ------------------------------------------------------------j West jMcCarev Davidson I Stevenson "Martin 'Bert Ross JtcCorvie Pills for Fagged People Are the great upbuilding medi- cine of the age. New interest in life after you've taken a box or two. 25 cents a. box or five boxes for a dollar. For sale by Alberta Drug Co. centre 3rd home 2nd home 1st home 11 LI i. ski o inside Referee. Nelson. Leonard Coo' for passengers, and in 3bout three weeks' time will be ready for freight. It is about ninety miles in length, sixty of which are bv water. While a settler was loading some wire at the back of the N. Job- bing Co.s warehouse, an automobile came along tho lane. The scared team dashed away between a deliv- ery horse and a telephone pole. After a brisk run the team was caught near the steam laundry, done. No damage was Lethbridge Tuesday, June fi Prices Reduced to 50c. TKit day and date only 100 Circus Champions 7 NtmiousBeSf ortis Flying Banvards 6 S Famous Birdnir Bros. SUBIHOTO 7 5 Urial Victortllat McDonald Family 3 1 )2 Worlds Greatest Riders ChallengeMenageRfdersIC Parformtng Elephants, Omels, Monkeys JESTIIVQ 3O Roy ft I Roman Hippodrome Million Dollar New Menagerie0 _ Olympian Stadium _ flam moth Aerial Enclave Oold antterlnt Street Parade at a.m. Daily Ticket Admits You to Everything ENTWHISTLE IS TOUGH Railway Laborers Have Cut Things Wide Open at End of G. T. P. Edmonton, Alta., June toughest town on the northwesteru frontier, according to J. W. a Methodist Minister on the Poin- bina circuit, is Entwliistle, at tin- head of the Grand Trmik Pacific grade on the Pembina River. Heiv. where the northwest moonted police maintain but one constable, the four hundred odd grade, who last summer have made their head- quarters at Pr-rnbiria have cut Jooso from" authority, dropped the rein froiii their passions and set up a wide open town, indulging in every form of vice and debauchery. Where, the statute, of the Dominion government has de- clared prohibition., over worth of was dispensed to the' grade workers and others in the town since last Such is what 'Mr. Wright, who is new in the city .at- j tending the Methodist district meet-: ing. will tell before a meeting of an Alberta Methodist conference at: Strathcona next week, when the torn-: The Alexandra Cafe Leads Them All nothing is too good for its 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 fans already installed this month, and the best the market affords on our table at the 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- aad their friends. N. H, MURRAY, Prop. MY. Wright who is now in his second year of .theology, is a squarely built athletic looking chap with weather tanned features, and a wise to world air attained through several years with the secret service on the Pacific Coast. ARTILERY FOft ENGLAND London, June is believed that invite Canadian officers to send Q. de- taclnne.nt of artillerymen across in 1910. The Association will also con- perance and moral reform work oi sider the advisability of inviting an the church comes tip for discussion, i Australian team. 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