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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta ALBERTA, SATURDAY, JUNE 5, THE HEW BARBER SHOP In Upton's Pool Room IS NOW OPEN C. L. Upton Prop. Basement Oliver Block SHOE POLISH BRIGfiT AND INSTANTANEOUS One your shoes are shined for three days. "2 in i" softens the leather- keeps out stain the emanci- pates you from bottles, mops, brushes and hard work. No substitute even half as food. SPORTS GENERAL SPORTING Bamcy Oiafk-iii, kins or circuiur track automobile drivers, says thv; now Jntliunapolis ;no tor speodwa.v track will the i'lnt-si iti world. Willio the billiurdist, is go- ing tu Uic Pacific coust. He expects to stop over in Denver on route and visit Jake Schuefer, the wizard, wiio is ill The Toronto Rowing- Club has se- cured the services of Albert Adams, of Cambridge, to coach, its crews. He is a son 01 the famous coat-h of the Cambridge crews, and an accomplished oarsman himself. Paul Acooso, the Indian runner, who beat Fred Appleby in their re- cent 15-miie race at Winnipeg, is a member of the Lakemay tribe. His father is the chief and 61 years of age. Paul is 23 years of age. stands feet 9 inches, and weighs 123 Ibs. in condition. R. E. Walker, the South African runner, who won the 100-metre race at the London Olympiad, is now in England. He will participate in a number of meets in the United King- dom 'during the summer. He will visit the United States in August, and it is probable that we will race Jimmy Rector. Atlanta, Ga-.t is to bufld an auto track costing The project is being boomed by wealthy business men in that city and over was subscribed at a recent meeting. An option has been secured on. 20 acres of land for a site for the speed- way, which is to be a two-mile el- lipse. It is planned.to complete the track, if possible, by November, in ime for the national automobile show to be held there. LETHBR1DGE JUMPS UP TO 5TH PLACE The "Wideawake" is a per- fect work-a-day collar. High enough to protect the throat enough to be easy and comfortable. 2 for 250. In "Iron Frame" for soc. 2 IfocC every dealer tells Toote Collars. TOOKC IftOS. LIMITED. MONTREAL. PRESS CLUB PUT IT OVER Y. M. C. A Fourteen-Year-Old Child, Frail in Appearance, Has the Voice of a Full Grown Man London, May Marie Dreams the girl-baritone, who is to appear at the Oxford Music Hall in a week's was "at home" recently in the office of Mr. Little, her agent. There is nothing at all masculine in the manner or appearance of Miss Dreams. She is a, little rosebud of a girl, not yet fifteen, with a slight graceful figure, well-formed, regular features of Latin type, with big brown eyes, full of the wondering simplicity of childhood, and a clustering mass of wavy brown hair. Her full lips curl in a frank smile, and from be- tween the white teeth issues a sur- prise. Instead of the childish accents that her appearance suggests, the deep throated, full-cheated, resonant roiee of a bnrly, bearded man -comes from the slightly parted lips, with the ef- fect of surprise which the Sultan in Order a fine new Light Summer Suit 2 from E.W.Kingston for It will give gatisfactio ing squire at a rent audit, as she -adds "At least that is what they tell me." "What kind of a voice did you have as a she was asked. "I can't was: the re- ply, "but father used to call me his little fog-horo, and when I cried the H'.-xton police used to come running to the Miss Marie stood up by a piano with her hands clasped behind her the Arabian Nights story must have felt when the little Green Bulbul sud- i tave below. addressed him in human speech. j "I shan't be fifteen till next Julv" j and sang "Come Back to Erin" in a voice of the power and volume of an Italian operatic baritone. Her range is from middle F to the C in the oc- Jim Delehanty, of Washington, will be allowed to play in Cleveland observes little Miss Marie. "I have j this year Bajl Johnson .haviag .got an 'Adam's apple' in my the which Jim.s BIG LEAGUE NOTES Myron Grimshaw, the former Bos- ton American first baseman, is bat- ting at a. .344 clip for Toronto in the Eastern League. Ty Cobb has started in swinging his war club again and soon should be up among the American League's leading, sluggers. Frank Chance has hard luck play- ing in regard to injuries. He and Bill Bradley are in about the same class for breaking bones. The St. Louis team is the neatest, nattiest looking St. Louis National League club that has visited Boston in several seasons, says a Boston scribe. Moreover, it has more ap- parent baseball in it than any Card- inal team of recent years. President George Dovey, of the Boston is looking all over the country for a man to play shortstop for his team, to take Bill Dahlen's place. Dovey has wired Clark Grif-, him on what terms The Press Club won the first City League game last evening at the Athletic park from the Y.M.C.. The Printers led all the way but were closely chased right up to the finish. Clarke, who has always on prev- ious .occasions, proven a Chinese puz- zle for the Press, was not there with the usual amount of skill, and there were times when he was hit extreme- ly 'hard. On the other hand Ross Tate, the Press Club slab artist, was j out with a display of goods that he has never before put on exhibition. He had control and speed to burn, and the way he steamed them o vet- savored of big league style. Clarke was handicapped by receiv- ing ragged support at critical mo- ments and the strong and heady pitching that usually characterizes him at such times was lacking. The fielding on both sides was pretty much alike, but if anything in favor of the Press. The type bri- gade also hit much heavier, Reid hit- ting a clean homer to centre field. Leads Second Division By Defeating Moose Jaw Again Moose Jaw, June decisively beating the home team in a terrific slugging mutch today, Lethbridge jumped from seventh to fifth place in the Western Canada Baseball Lea- gue race. The Miners worked out no less than four pitchers, Pieh, Good- man, Nelson and Canty. Corrigan's team took such a de- ciding lead in the sixth that the manager of the Miners considered it ood opportunity to give a num- ber of his pitchers a work-out. If Pieh had been allowed to remain in the box Moose Jaw would probably not havi; gotten anything, like eight runs. The Lethbridge bunch are the heav- iest hitting aggregation the home iv-am. has been up against. The Moose Jaw AB R H 0 A E O'Hayer, Ib 411230 Taylor, 2b 220230 Mittlestadt, cf 311100 Walters, ss.............. 413142 Myers, rf............... 3 1 1 .0 0 0 Olmstead, 3b 211131 Anthony, c 4 1 1 6 2 ij Gilchrist, If 4 0 0 1 0 0 j Smith, p 1 0 0 1 0 lj Taylor, p 1 0 0 1 0 0 28 8 82413 5 BASEBALL RESULTS Western Canada At Winnipeg- Winnipeg 120 010 4 Calgary 101 000 3 Batteries Holmes and Edmonds Chandler and Kelly. At Medicine Hat OOO 000 0 Regina 030 052 Batteries Corrigan and Ward Sporer and Gardner. At Brandon- Brandon 000 01-2 3 Edmonton............... OOO 000 0 NorthwMtarn At Seattle 13 o Tacoma 376 At she says with a touch of childish pride in the distinction and then she laughs the open, hearty laugh of a fox-hunt- playing in his home city. Johnson says he believes that Delehanty has been punished enough. Greater Norris Rowe Circus Hth and asked he would part with Mike Mowrey. Theodore Breitenstem, some years ago a crack National ,League pitcher ias been doing great work in New Orleans for several, seasons past. Billy Hart, who pitched for -Pitta- burg nearly a of years ago, is Jso doing some clever twirling'in1 the ;outh. The experts predicted that Cleve- land would cut a big figure in this year's American League race before the season began. Possibly they will but they will have to go at a far! Toronto 3. Rochester 0. J faster pace than they have been trav- Amtrican elling to do so. Cy Young has been roun-dly bumped by every team that has faced him. A-ddie Joss is pitch- ing in hard luck. and the other buck- eye boxmen are unreliable. Lajoie, Bra-dley, Stovall and Turner are now playing the brand of ball they form- i erly played. 12 7 Portland Aberdeen ....._..................... 3 At Spokane............................. i Vancouver 3 Eastern At Buffalo 1, Montreal 0. At Ba 1 At Jersey City- Jersey no game, rain. At i Lethbridge AB R H O A E Joe Corrigan, cf 523300 i Taylor, 3b............... 410010 .Tack Corrigan, rf 5 1 1 0 0 0 Cox, If 412211 Kolar, 2b 412110 Lynch, c 421 6 1 Oj Bell, ss 432 3 4 1 Townsend, Ib.......... 422910 Pieh, p 000000 Goodman, p 200100 Nelson, p-................. 1 1 1 0 1 0 Canty, p.................. 100000 38 14 14 24 11 Runs by Moose Jaw 000 101 Lethbridge 002 025 Two-piece Suits In the finest select fabrics of soft and flannel-worsted texture we are showing this season some of the finest warm weather clothes ever tailored by the Semi-ready house. We should like you to examine the inside construction of these Suits, for we can show you how they are stayed, and how the shape is sewn so that the shape so long as you keep the suit it will wear like new. You need not buy because you keep because you buy. You muse be satisfied at afterward. Antii-rraity Sfettoring A. SOUTHARD, SOLE AGENT likely be Winnipeg. a great drawing card at no game, ram At Boston- Detroit............................... 5 9 Boston o 9 At New York- New Louis, rain. National All games postponed account rain. Game called at end eight innings on account ot darkness. Summary Home runs, Joe Corri- gan 2. Three-base hits, Mittlestadt, Corrigan. Two-base hits, Walters, Anthony. Sacrifice hits, Anthony 2. Stolen bases, Mittlestadt. Myers 2, Walters, Cox, Lynch, Goodman 2. Kit -by pitcher, Smith. Bases on balls, off Goodman 6, off STelson 2, off Canty 5, of Pieh 2. off Smith 1, off Taylor 2. Struck out, By Good- man 1, by Canty 2. Time, 2 hours. WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE STANDING Won Lost P. C. Medicine Hat 7 -4 .636 Edmonton 8 5 .615 Winnipeg i'l 3 .573 j Moose Jaw 10 9 .526 j Lethbridge 5 6 .454 Brandon 9 11 .450 Calgary 6 9 .400 Regina 7 11 -388 Moose Jaw apparently is a good ball town. Twelve hundred peopto saw Thursday's game with Leth- bridge there. Lethbridge will have quite a chang- ed line-up when they return home. A new first and second baseman aad pitcher. Maybe some more. Another game at Moose Jaw and then the Miners go to Winnipeg for a series of games. Fourteen to eight. Its a shame to take the money. Both teams are un- doubtedly ashamed of themselves at that. Lethbridge undoubtedly has the bunch of clouters in the league. A team of hitters like the Miners are never beaten until the last man s out. Lethbridge Tuesday.iiunefi Prices Reduced to 50c. Thit day and date only 100 Circus Champion Celebrities 100 You'll be Glad You Did After You Have Tried FIG PILLS the fruit kidney and liver pill. They purify the blood, bring back the fad, ing colour to your cheeks and make you fael better all ovei. 25 cents a box, at Alberta Drug PINCHER CREEK RACES ST. YVES WON Winnipeg, June fifteen mile race at Happyland course tonight be- tween St. Yves and John D. Marsh Manitoba champion, was won by St. Yves by three laps. Time, 1.23.32. NEXT WEEK'S CIRCUS Remarks On the Side The show carries a larger herd of Rowe have been noted for the excel- Pincher Creek, June 4, 1909. Side of their trained wild animals Sporting Editor, Lethbridge Herald: when show exhibits here Sir contradiction to the re-i McGuiro has secured a top--this year, it will be found that they port in your paper of the 3rd, in Lee- is Din- j have not neglected this interesting jnie's latest acquisition to Edmon-! feature with all new big shows. The pitching staff. Knotty has novelties include a troupe of fierce been tried out in the Eastern league Russian bears in such act? as box- your paper of the 3rd, Pincher Creek races have been post- that Claresholm wil] getjtOn S wish to say poned. ant] the horses. 7 ordft 7 5 Itrlil VlcUnllis 5 12. Worldi Qreatcst RMcn 12 6 Flying Banvards 6 7 6IMMOTO ORIENTAL CAUTIKi 8 McDonald Family 3 10 CbtllcnteMcflaf cRider i 30 JOUpV JBSTJNO CLOWNS 3O Royal Roman til prod romt Dollar Ntw AUMftrte Olympian OrtM OoM OIKttrtaf ftratt felly AMU v IT ALWAYS ATTRACTS when a pretty foot is encased in an exquisite and dainty shoe from Ger- man's. There 13 nothing that adds to a woman's feminine attraction like a pretty foot, and whether she posses- ses it or not she has a that it look ao when she buys from the superb stock displayed at Ger- man's. is it. not F. German BEGIN BLOCK That Pincher Creek Claresholm. July 1st will see in i Pincher-Creek, the greatest races and j sclf in this the largest number of horses ever gathered together in Southern Alber- ta. It was reported rather lamentably in your paper of June 3rd that there are to be no races or sports in Pin- cher Creek, but it was a neighborly mistake, and no doubt can be excus- ed as there is still time to contra- dict the report. Xot only will there be important horse races with large purses, but a polo tournament lasting two days, and a Marathon race that will bring together the fastest runners on the Pacific slope. The citizens of Pincher Creek are making great preparations to enter- tain and accommodate the large number of visitors that will be pre- sent to witness the events, perhaps unprecedented in Southern Alberta, as in Pincher Creek the 1st of July has been race day for twenty-five vears, an-d we propose to keep it so. Hoping that we shall not take up too much of your space, and thank- ing you in advance. remain, truly, PIXCHER CREEK RACE COM. jby Toronto and was found wanting, bouts, wrestling, dancing, play- (but he should be in a class by., him- 'fig see-saw and juggling while lying prone upon their backs. Two tiny cub lions go through various stunts A good batting team is always a j in much the same manner as dogs. crowd-producer, and Lethbri-dge will j The show carries alarger hfrd of trained elephants than last year and theae big pacherdyms are unusually intelligent. There is a magnificent troupe of well educated dogs and pure white Shetland ponies that will make the children sit up and take notice; the eongreu of sea lioju will show what can be accomplished by patience lions is a very attractive 'feature. Then there are riding- acts contribut- ed by bears, goats, apes :and monkeys; a group consisting of a ti- liqn, leopard and puma who jump through hoops of fire; llamas, camels and dromedaries who are driT- en to harness, and the always excitinf hippodrome races in which many mals contest for supremacy. The beautiful sleek, intelligent equines belonging to the bareback riders haTe a high school education and go through so many intricate manoeuvres that it is simply impossible to chron- icle them all in the limits of one news paper article. Aside from the trained wild animal feature, is a long array of bareback riders, acrobats aerial bar performers, high wire ar- tists, and bicycle experts, Norris A Rowe should find a Hearty welcome when they exhibit here next Tues- day. "OXFORD" Newest smart English atvle, now 10 popular in London. 2} hich at back. Also in CAMBRIDGE, 2in. high. CASTLE BRAND Some W. G. 9c R. Collar sum every taste and occasion. Quarter sizes. OF BE1LIN The cricket club have- received a shipment of bats and direct from the old country. The cricketers are buay practising aifht at tbe Barracki ground. What to Look For Good Clothes If you find onr trade mark, it is the surest guarantee of fineness in every feature. A Sovereign Brand garment means complete satisfaction If you want to be sure, drop us a card, irili tell you your dealer We W. E. Sanford Mfg Co. Hamilton Winnipeg ;