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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIOQI, ALBfKTA, TUESDAY, JUNE t, IM9. THE m MM SHOP In Upton's Pool Room IS NOW OPEN C. L. Upton Prop. Basement Oliver Block SPORTS Lawn Tennis The Alexandra Cafe Leads Them All nothing is too good for iis 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 live electric cool- ing fans already installed this month, and best the market affords on our table at the lowest possible to all. We don't in- tend to late in our efforts to make The Alexandra Cafe the Mecca and pride j of. the people of Leth- bridsre and their friends. N. H. MURRAY, Prop. CANADIAN RAILWAY Excursion Rates SEATTLE To New -Westminister, Vancouver. Victoria and Seattle. LIMIT 60 DAYS Tickets on sale daily, May 29th to Sept. 30th. Stopover Privileges. Fpr further particulars apply to S. B. MITCHELL, Agent, Lethbridge J. E. PEOCTOE, D. P. A., Calgary Added Energy From comes to those who take Fig' Pills. Everybody needs them NOW, because they build up the system, inspire you with new interest in life, and DES- TROY THE BLUES. A box or two will work wonders on the run-down system. Get a box today, 25c a box, or five boxes for 51.00. For sale by Alberta Drug Co. IT ALWAYS ATTRACTS whea a pretty foot is encased in an exquisite and dainty shoe from Ger- man's. There is nothing that adds to a woman's feminine attraction like a pretty foot, and whether she posses- ses it or not she has a shoe that makes' it look so when she buys from the superb stock displayed at Ger- The Tennis Club are arranging for a handicap tournament. The ladies wishing to enter are requested to hand in their names to the ladies' secretary, Dixii- Wilson, and the 1 gt-ntlemen will hand their entries to j i anv member of committee. All I. t 1 4 Day Come and see the country JULY 1st, 1909 Come and see the Big Sports TABER I RAYMOND {Mr. Leroy Raymond presents thejentrics arc to in hy 12> RAYMOND COMEDY CO. j Tbe committee are also arranging Wednesday, June 6th, 1909'for matches shortiv with Taber- at Raymond. Direct from Lyceum, Lethbridge. i A guaranteed attraction also seriously j June he Maroons shut out -Jack Corritran's Lethbridge A HORSE RACE AT CARDSTON Hat and Col-.-man, j-nd hope that Macleod tennis club will visit the city on July 1st. The committee considering the building of two more WINNIPEG SHUT LETHBRIDGE OUT BASEBALL RESULTS Canada Cardston, June There were sev- eral men who love sport up from Raymond last Saturday to 6ee the race between- the horse owned by Mr. Ivinsey and F. Sorrel. The race was a good one, the Sorrel winning easily. Another race was on for today, but the rain prevented as the track is too muddv. CLARKE AND REID TO FIGHT .lack Clarke, the popular local welterweight pugilist, hus signed ar- ticles with Joe Reid, for a fifteen- round mill here on the loth of this i month. The bout will be pulled off at the Lyceum in all probability. Keid and Clarke fought a couple 01 j courts. Both, old and new i bunch in the opening game of the quiu> enthusiastic about term's ;series tonight, The game was this season. ja snappy one throughout and mark- The result of the mixed doubles ed by light hitting by both teams. pia.vi.-d 011 Saturday as follows While only four hits were gained of! (First Round) [Vieh, he was wild which proved his Dr. Kennedy and lUiss Henderson j downfall, as fast base running mixed won from A. H. Harris and Ittrs. in with some pretty team work and iViilsoo. coupled with two bad throws by the O-. H. Herman and Miss Aivderson j Lethbridge players. accountable I won from T. Lowcomba and Miss A. jfor the home team's runs. .Kruger at Vancouver............................ 6 13 Mings. i second, base played a fast fielding D. Wedd and Miss Wilson won from jgame. Managi-r Lohr directed the i W. Tranmer and Mrs. Turpin. jplay from the beach. -T. G. Robertson and Mrs- Ancier- son won from J. B. Barnum and Western At Brandon Ill 000 5 Medicine Hat 000 020 7 Watts and Stingle Hanlin and Ward. At Moose Moosi> Jaw 101 030 Edmonton 010 000 Smith and Steele Smith, Sterling and Burridge. Northwestern At Portland 0 Tacoma 4 At Did you ever get a good line on the work of the catcher For instance, the way he signals to j the pitcher Probably not, for as a general rule no but the pitcher can see what the catcher calls for. Nhen the backstop squats down be- him! the batter and holds his mitt j edgeways, or perhaps turns 'it so the j Palm faces the pitcher, he tips off to his battery mate what he thinks will j fool the batter. _____jhe holds down his index finger. j If he thinks the batter will go af. ]ter a curve ball, or bite on it. as j the player calls it. he makes a two- finger sign. Jt' he wants the pitcher to waste a a runner, he holds dowu his thumb. There are times when the catcher ffets an instinctive hunch that his signals arc being tipped oft, either by a -THE runner on second. who may be LLL Mrs. Connell. j (Second Hound) i Dr. Kennedy and Miss Henderson j won from D. Wedd and Miss E. P. -Tones and Miss Macbeth won i I months ago at Cardston to a draw. from H- Harniao ami Miss Ander- i They are a well-matched pair and if son- j they put up as good an exhibition. Lhird Round; did in the Mormon Dr. Kennedy and The visitors press ion. The Lethbridge J oo Corrigan, Taylor, 3b' Jack Corrican, made a favorable iiu- At Aberdeen- Spokane Aberdeen 12 2 cf AB 3 3 -i here as they did in the Mormon it will be worth seeing. Keid has been scrapping around Dr. Kennedy and Miss Henderson won from D. Wedd and Miss Wilson. J. G-. Robertson and Mrs. Ander- j this country for the past six months son won from E. P. Jones and Miss i and has been up against Fullerton at Macbeth. 'Kolar, 2b' 4 I Lynch, c '6 jBell, ss 3 jTownsend. lb 3 iPieh, p 3 j Calgary a couple of times, the Western States. He hails i Dr. won. (Final) Kennedy and Mis; Henderson. Winnipeg 30 0' AB R TO WRESTLE AT SEATTLE RIVAL HOUSES PLAY BALL Seattle, June B. F. Roller, of Seattle, and Yussuff Mahmout, known as the second ''Terrible Turk" will meet in a catch as catch can wrestling match at the Alaska Yu- kon Pacific exposition arena on June 13th. Piper, If -1 Kruger, 2b 3 Anderson, c 3 Holmes. 3b i Edmonds, cf 0 rf cilahon, II 0010 PREVENT BOXING IN TZXAS Galveston, Tex., June pug-- ilistic encounter in Austin in which Victor Lyons was so -badly beaten in 11 rounds by George Kepp that he died from his injuries, has aroused (1-ov. Campbell, wno says he may within a few days call a third spec- ial session of the legislature to pre- %-ent further boxing in Texas. With the cream of the college track athletes keyed up to their 'best form, j everything is in readiness for the in- j tercollegiate track and field cham- ipionships, the finals of which will be jheld today at the Stadium, Soid- I ier's Field, Cambridge. A careful an- j alysis of the chances of the different j colleges by the experts of the east shows that Yale and Harvard will be the most prominent. It is gener- ally figured that the winner will score one of the greatest totals ever made, and tha.c the smaller colleges will not be formidable. An interesting baseball match be- tween thn employees of the Hudson's Bay Co., and of the Xorth West Jobbing Co.. has been arranged to j _ take place as soon as weather clears, j at Athletic park. There will be lots i oo 4' 4 in of fun for everybody, just as much as there was two years ago. The proceeds of the game will go to the Lethbridge.............. 000 000 0 Gait hospital along with a sack of Winnipeg 010 000 4 flour to be bought by the losing Summary Two-base hit, Bell. Sac- teain. Both teams have spent con-.! rifice hits, Edmonds, Beatty, Bond, siderable time in practising and .now j Taylor. Stolen bases, Bond and Mc- claim to be experts. But each sideLMahon. Left on bases, Winnipeg 4; requests the other to provide their j Lethbridge 6. Hit by pitched ball, Holders with lunch baskets. jby Pieh 1. Passed balls, Lynch 1. H.B. Co. Bolster i Bases on balls, off Pieh 5, off Speis- cntcher, Jams'; first base, Humer jer 3. Struck out, by Pieh 4, by second base, Van Hecke third base, Speiser 4. Time of game, 1.24. Um- shortstop, Carr centre field, Seabrook left field, 3IcCracken right field, Buchan coach, Hall home base, Everybody umpire, Somebody. >T. W. Jobbing Jack- son catcher, Pirie first base, Ham- mett second base, O'Connor- third base, Gross shortstop, G. Jackson centre Messenger left field, Benton right field. Flack manager, .F. Colpman secretary-treasurer, F. Whitnev pire, Dyer. FAMOUS CUP RACER TO GO TO JUNK HEAP NOTICE The secretaries of the var- ious sporting and pastime clubs of the city will confer a favor by sending in reports and news of their respective games to the sporting editor of the Herald. All correspon- dence must be authentic be- yond question. and Morton. After being high and dry for nearly six. years at John N. Robins Com- pany's yards, Erie Basin, Shamrock i HI., Sir Thomas Lipton's cutter, which carried the hopes of Great Bri- tain in the international races of 1903, is about to be sold and will spare men, Hinkley, Evans [probably be broken up by her pur- Eastern Montreal- Montreal .............................17 20 0 Toronto 235 At Xewark 5 11 5 Providence 9 11 5 At Jersey Baltimore 7 72 Jersey City 262 At Buffalo 2 7 Rochester ...........................W 15 American At St. Louis 4 5 Boston 6 15 At Washington 0 5 Chicago S 9 At Philadelphia 1 8 Cleveland 3 9 At New j Detroit l 4 2 j Xew York 5 11 3 I "I National I At j Pittsburg........................... 4 7 1 i Philadelphia 3 7 2 At St. St. Louis 0- 6 li Brooklyn 2 61: At Cincinnati........................... 6 11 2 Boston l 71: Xew York, June- jSi'ew York f American League club announced that Third Baseman Joe Ward has been sold to the Philadelphia Xational i League club' for a price unstated, i Ward played with Philadelphia Na-! tionals in 1906. He leaves Xew York I tonight. or bleachers armed with a glass. Then he switches ir ami one tinger may mean a curve or a waste ball and vice versa. In addition the catcher has in his repertoire signals that tip off-totho Pitcher when to throw to first to catch a man napping to the second baseman and pitcher, Or to the pitch- er ami shortstop, so they will act in concert to grt a man asleep off sec- ond. It has been truly said that the brain 01 a team js the bat and the catchers who rise above the ordinary are the men who, in addi- tion to their ability to han-r onto the ball, and throw, some of that gray stuff under the roots of their hair. Reason Why some dealers offer "some- thing just us good" as Pro- gress Brand Garments, is obvious. The less there is in a garment, the smaller the cost. The smaller the cost the greater the there are merchants who ure out for the large pro- even if they have to look for new customers every day. Progress 3rand Clothing ai- the dealer only an hon- est legitimate profit, plus the gain that come; from Satis- fifd customers. Look for the Progress La- bel. You will find it an hon- estly-made garment, and in the hands of an honest clo- thier. Every garment guar- or mon- ey back." Should you have any dif- ficulty in procuring Progress Brand Garments, write us direct. While we cannot sell you at retail, we will place you iu communication Avith the nearest merchant hand- ling our goods, a man who will be satisfied to serve you at a legitimate profit. Dearly will be .distri- jbuted this year among the owners of j successful trotting and pacing horses the many anti-betting' have done so much to racing of thoroughbreds, men have gone ahead, arranging meetings and making up futurity evi-nts and handicaps their type. In the Grand Circuit 1! In spite of 2 laws which cripple the the harness McKejvie McGuire alone there will be given the overnight races are JOE REID Welterweight Fighter Who Meets Jack Clarke Here on the 15th. C. P. R. BALL CLUB A large and .enthusiastic of C.P.B.. employees was held night at which it was decided form a baseball club. The following chaser. i Xew agent for Sir Thomas j will announce the sale of the craft in a few days. Shamrock HI. went meeting I into retirement almost immediately last j after her defeat by the Reliance in to the race for the America cup. At the time it was announced that officers were elected Hon. President, C. S. Maharg. President, S. B. Mitchell. Vice-President, I. H. Smith. Sec.-Treasurer. F. E. Gardiner. A. McTntyre was appointed man- ager and J. Card-ell captain of the team. The secretary instructed to make application to the City Lea- gue. the .interest dis- she was for sale, but several deals i for her fell through, and she hus since remained dismantled and with only her deck covering to protect jher from the elements. There are ninety-five tons of lead in her keel and her hull is of nickel i steel. gue. the .interest dis-j A couple of boarding houses are played the C.P.R. team will be heard contemplating entering the base ball from before "very long. 'arena. LYCEUM UNDER. NEW MANAGEMENT l PROFESSOR WILLEY The Human Mystery HYPNOTIST, MIND READER and THOUGHT TRANSMISSION Billy Ell wood Co. Comedy Cartoonists man s. F. German The Shoemin BEGIN BLOCK Order a fine new Light Summer Suit J from J E W.Kingston I for j> It will ,give satisfaction Ardell Bros. Acrobatic Acts George Lavender Comedian Lyceumscope Latest Picture "KINO" One of the finest trained horses in the world, with Norris Rowe ;