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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE, ALiERTA, MONDAY, JUNE 7, (90S. THE m MM SHOP In Upton's Pool Room IS NOW OPEN C. L. Upton Prop. Basement Oliver Block SPORTS RING GOSSIP Alexandra Them is too good for its many patrons, nothing but the most advanced equipment, to improve the service for their the latest improved electric Tea and and five electric fans already installed month, and best the market affords on our table at the lowest possible cost to all. We ilon'i i to lag in onr make The the Mecca and pride of the people of Lethbridge and their H. MURRAY. i Phil McC.overn, Terry's 'young bro- ther, outpointed Joe Coster in their 10-round bovit in Brooklyn Monday light. Little McCovem was too fast and clever for his opponent, and af- ter the sixth round had little difli- c'uiiy in blocking his adversary's most ambitious leads, or ducking his wildest swings. I t Dominiof) Day Celebration f i Come and see the country t JULY 1st, 1909 I I Come and see the Big t TABER I BASEBALL RESULTS Sandy Ferguson. heavyweight, the Chelsea. who lost the Western Canada At WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE STANDING RAYMOND Mr. Leroy "Raymond presents the RAYMOND (COMEDY CO. Wednesday, June 6th, ISOS- at Raymond decision 10 Joe Joanette in their 20- Edmonton S Direct from bout in Paris will re- i-oo ooo 021-3 Winnipeg 12 A fuarantaed attraction 'turn at once to the United Batteries: Crist ami Gouehee Moose Juw 10 Medicine Hat Won Lost 4 i according to a cablegram received Miller ami Anderson, i I'rom Hugh McLean, who is in Paris j All other Western ml Gouehee 'Moose Juw j Lethbridge 5 RACES i AT CLARESHOLM Ferguson's manager. The bout'games postponed, rain. j with Jtianetce was a tame one. The! Northwestern .June matinee netrro had the upper hand 01 iergus- itook place at the race track i on at all stages, but did not appear m {me cool weather. Ihere was a.', i jto extend hiniseli. 1 Seattle 5 After watching Freddie Welsh, ofJTacoma 3 i England, put it all over Jack Good- j At :maii in Xew York many sporting J Portland o I men declared that Welsh-would i Aberdeen 0 ian excellent chance to whip Battling! At Vancouver- Nelson in a finish fight. No light-i (First game) :weigtit iu recent years has displayed j Suokane 3 Canada League! Brandon y j Regina 7 I Calirarv r, 0 6 11 11 10 present and the racing I he following were the [lair crowd j was good. j results. j Harness E. MotTutt's Chick McGregor..... 1 T. Robert son's Admiral Togo.... 2 '2 In the- first and last heats Admiral Togo broke, though in the first heat The second more cleverness than this shiftv Bri- jion. His only fault is a lack of hit- Vancouver 1 (Second Game) i i j ting power, but at that he is a still Vancouver 3 (Straight puncher who seems able to j Spokane 4 made a close finish, j was a dead heat. Green Harness O. Galde's Seal Booth's Oargy 2 '2 r.ahie's Zephyr 3 3 jKnc Moffatt's Queen 4 4 Maiden Running W. C'ochlin's Iras i E. Joni-s' Persimmon 2 W. Moyg's Prince 3 Persimmon made pace to the home stretch, where Iras ram? away and won by a length and a half. _T1 ,_ five-eighths dash- CrS' but Bnen beheves he (Second Game) R. King MlchlSander six-round Providence o _vewark j. IX Wilson's Lioness 2 route. Ketchel does not think so and j (Sundav) a great battle should be the out- 9 10 9 10 11 gradually wear an opponent down. Jack O'Brien and Stanley Ketchel will meet in a six-round bout before the National Athletic Club of Phila- delphia .June 9. The men will weigh in at 1GO pounds on the of the Eastern (Saturday) At Jersey (First game) Jersey City 1 Baltimore 2. (Second Game) battle. Each fighter has posted a Jersey City 11 Baltimore 2 forfeit of Ketchel defeated! At Rocky Point- O'Brien in a 10-round bout in New i (First Game) York through his great hitting pow- providence 3 Xewark 2. BASEBALL TONIGHT The PJVSS Club ;iml tlu: North Wurd Maple Leafs mnight at the Athletie Park. jt in the .second city amateur league game of season. Game called for 7. Tommy Kvanf, the -meteoric pitcher with the pa rub lie comet curve, h-is recovered from his temporary derange- mont by the puncture of one (if his jfc and will be on the diamond. DOMIN.ION DAY SPORTS The Sons of JKaylaml at their last meeting uuuuimously ductdcd to as- sist the Caledonian Society in every possible way to mtiky the sports on Dominion Day a big success. Thu Cullies appreciated this intention of the S.O.E. to work Juinnoniou.sly to- gether, anil it. was decided to ask the S.o.hO. to unite with tbem ami make it u joint, all'uir. The execu- tives of the two societies huve. since met together, and the proposition was laid before the Englishmen by the Caledonian president, .J. Kellv. The -S.O.U. were luken by surprise, as they .hud no intention of taking any part in the management of the aud expressed much pleasure in being requested by ;he Scotchmen to join them. Their decision was quickly reaclu-d, unci i'resident Wade pledged the S.O.E. f.o their ut- most to assist and reciprocate the kindly feeling. The sports will now be known as the Caledoniun-SoR.s of England .spons, and each society will take ah e arrangements. A has been appointed draft program arran-- consisting of Marathon, half-mile P. C. .015 .GOO .526 .454 .-150 Purt in joint commit tee aud already ;-d "Mauretania" is the all-the- year-round collar. Men who wear it in summer for its style and comfort, wear it all winter for the same reasons. 2 FOR Most every dealer sells Tooke I TOOKE BROS. LIMITED. MONTREAL. and 100 yard races, baseball, foot-. ami lacrosse matches, tug-of- BARNSTORMING BALL TEAM WANTS GAME war. catelling, greasy vnig, etc, The council be asked for the use of the square and ropes and chains will be used to enable the "he barnstorming ball team of the University of North Dakota is an- to arrange u game at JLeth- sometime in .July while on their way to the Seattle Pair, where races to bo run in a fair and order- they are hooked to play. It is likely manner. Jn all probability ill be held in the that one of the amateur teams of select danco the city will take up the proposition .and have them play here. CANADIAN RAILWAY Excursion Rates SEATTLE 35.35 To West-minister. Vancouver. Victoria and Seattle. LIMIT 60 DAYS Tickets on sale daily, May 29th to Sept. 30th. Stopover Privileges. For further particulars apply to S. B; MITCHELL, Agent, Lethbridge J. E. PROCTOR, D. P. A.. C3.lrrorv Uonfss was in front for a quarter jwhen I-ianch King went to the front' jand resisting the challenge of t.ion-j ess. won by two lentrths. T'ony heats, W.'Fernie's Scotch Lad i. i C. Case's Bill............................. o 2 C. Wood's Dolly Dot 3__ Scotch Uid won easily. There was also a slow rare, created some amusement. At (First Game) O'Brien made a fine showing k .Johnson in six rounds, j Baltimore 5; Providence 1. I (Second Game) TORONTO STUDENTS WON Baltimore, Met., .Juno la- crosse team of John Hopkins Alumni this afternoon suffered defeat at the hands of a team from Toronto Uni- versity, the final score being O Vv f f- woekl.v target practise, somo hoys taking part. PROFESSOR The Human Mystery HYPNOTIST, MIND READER and THOUGHT TRANSMISSION Billy Hlwood Co. Comedy Cartoonists Ardell Bros. Acrobatic George Lavender Comedian Professor Willey Lyceumscope Latest Picture H I II ;