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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, June THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD For Friday arid Saturday only we are offering the biggest snaps ever shown for sale ;in Lethbridge. All regard for cost totally forgotten. No job lines or second qualities, but goods carefully selected and bought for our regular Stock. Do not be misled by fake sales, or throwput' lines specially made for clearance, worth no more than the prices they realize and often less: Save on Friday and Saturdayvfrom 25 to 50 per cent MEN'S SUIT'S 150 Suits will be- placed on a separate rack. All colors and materials, including navy and hiaok. The regular prices range from to 118.00, for MEN'S UNEJERWEAR 75c Pine Balbria'S'an Underwear to go at' Slimmer Wool Underwear to go at ......-.........-.....75C Union Suits, to go MEN'S SOCKS 20c Tan and Blaclk Cotton, to go at- 1-Oc Black Llama, .to clear at ..........i....... 50c Llama to go .at IGc 25c MEN'S SHOES 13.50, Shoes to be cleared Sfb i 14.50, Shoes to be cleared at .16.00. Crawiords, Friday and Saturday HANDKERCHIEFS 15c Hemstitched to be cleared 5C 20c Colored Fancy to gO at 25c, 30c Linen Hdkfs. to go at 20C BOYS' WASH SUITS LOT to go out at 65C LOT Si. 75 to go out at S1.QO LOT 12.50 to go out; at MEN'S HATS Sl.50 Soft xUfferent col- ors, to, go at Stiff and Soft Felts, to he cleared at Soft Felts, to be cleared at ___...................g MEN'S GLOVES :f Tan Dogskin, to. be at HeavvVTork Gauntlets, to go at Assorted Cotton Gloves, to clear at............ S5c Pine Boaters, to g'o at Straw Boaters, to go at Panama.-Hats, .to clear at MEN'S SHIRTS 00 Outing and Work, to go 'Negligee to be cleared at. Negligee and Outing to go at FANCY WASH VESTS A Albeitet Block Round] Street 12.00 and -Assorted, to go at. and 13.50 Assorted, to at; and Assorted, go .at SUMMER TROUSERS SI.75 and-12.00 White Duck to be cleared at. White Flannel -to go at 14.50 Assorted Colors, striped wool, to go. at THE GREAT CLOTHIERS OF THE tiREAT WEST Any Goods Purchased, if not approved, will be exchanged or money refunded Western Canada League Games BRANDON LOST ANOTHER Brandon, June Vftnni NO GAME AT WINNIPEG Winnipeg, June hall i ;ame Maroons made it three from .'today, rain.. Double header Friday if J the Brandon Angels, when tfajey cap- weather permits. tured tonight's game by the ori.e-sided score of 8 to 1. Standing of Ryan, a new Brandon pitc'ker from Victoria, was on the mound for the locals and pitched good ball although 8. little wild in spots, passing' six and striking out ten. The fielditig and hitting of the locals was again in the nush league class. The scone: .Brandon 000 001 5 4 WINNIPEG OUT TO WESTERN CANADA Won Lost P. -Moose Jaw Edmonton 19 18 WIN THE PENNANT Calgary 14 Winnipeg 16 S Coralling Number of Their Stars of Brandon iMaskatoon 9 10 10 12 20 20 .679 .643 .533 .571 .286 .231 Winnipeg, June Winnipeg ,'es not have a winning ball team 000 330 11 year it certainly will not -be the NATIONAL Won Lost P. C. Summary: Two-base hits, QKossuch, j fault Of the management of the club, Kirlrham: home runs, Ray, Taylor; tnough the present team have beets. York 28 27 .28. Chicago Philadelphia toases'on balls, off Ryan S-, cAt Syf ert i more than holding their own, and put J-Fittsburg 25 T.; struck out, fcy Ryan 10. Syfert a game that would do them credit jSt. Louis 22 hit by pitcher. Glockner, '.Holmes: it-resident Blackburn is not quite sat-j Cincinnati 21 stolen bases, Schaefer. time, jisfied and has lines out for several jBrooklyn 2 hours: umuire Morrison, 'RAIN.-AT SASKATOON :other players. Isbell, former Maroon, Ij'aVbsen ac-1 quired from Lancaster, "penn.. ;and IBoston 12 17 17 18 20 22 24 28 34 .622 :.6iS .GOO .556 .500 .4S7 .378 .361 C- A. AND INDIANS evening the Y. M. C. A. and Indians play a scheduled match at the Ath- letic park. KEENE'S HORSE WON Manchester, Eng., June John O'Gaunt plate of 200 sovereigns for two-year-olds, distance five fur- longs, run here today, was won by R. K. Keene's Samalium. Le Touquet was second and Sire Line third. There were five starters., STARtH SUFFER MOST AMERICAN Won Lost P. Many Good Men Out Through Sick- ness or Accirient Calgary again-Tan up agaiinst the j will play first till White recovers from Uetroit 35 toodoo, rain, at Saskatoon jtesterday, Jan Then he to left-iFniladelphia 27 and were prevented from John Collins, alias Cunning-ham, the _......... 25 star flinger of the 'Maroons1 for the !Cfticago 21 MOOSE JAW PULLED jpast two seasons, will. again; wear a y'ork 21 OUT IW LEAD j Winnipeg uniform., A trade has icieveland 19 Moose Jaw Juno 7.-The hero made with Edmonton wherehy !Washington 16 .vioosc comes to the local club for st tnis evening was taken oust pi... the i srip of the visiting Eskimos: in thajVandme- seventh and eighth innings as the.! -Winnipeg also, expects-to land For-j score denotes. The umpire -iiien call-' est Plass, Paddock and Beatty, sec-1 EAS1 This seems to be a parlous season the crippling or the incapacitating 13 .729 elsewise, of baseball stars." Tbe club 16 that has not one of its reliables on 19 .565 the hospital list is the exception rath- 19 er than the rule. It has seldom hap- 21 .500 pened that so many have been put 28 AQ4. out, at about the same times, and so 30 early in the season. Probably Cleveland, one of the most clubs in base the big- !gest sufferer of 1911. and will so con- The death of Addie Joss and ERN Won Lost P. the game on account of darkness, iond, third and first basemen respect- Rochester I his was too much for the visitors? lively, from the Dubuque'clu-D, as a Toronto who proceeded to m-e tuirii warn report Carney -yesterday 22 on thp diamond, a small taking Isaid that he expected that the. Tnree-I uuftalo........... IS place The score- !League would up any day, and Montreal iS Edmonton 100 110 00--3 7 l j the wild one offered to bring nis Jersey City IB .Moose Jaw 100000 24-7 10 4 jteam here. '.Providence H Newark 12 15 10 19 20 21 '24 the severe illness of Cy Young, robbed jthe. team of its veteran pitchers, and .o37jwas followed -by the crippling of La- Ijoie and Jackson. Now comes the re- .474 1 port that Larry will be ous. for a .432 month or more. Minus a. manager. .368 .and suffering elsewise as it is, the .08 CHOICE SRLECnONS FROM THE team will deserve great credit if it finishes close to the first division. It is. a real test for George Stovell. and Won Lost P. C. .will b'ririg out any managerial talent 10 Charlie Dooin has been located in Giants there recently-. The Saturday -__ 'attendance was barely 16.000, but ev- Philadelphia for many years, but and-.there .was a GlielPh er has he been so popular as 'this sea- fringe of numanity aU ar0und St. Thomas Eon. The local bugs thinks is the 'the outfield. Guessers put the crowd Brantford greatest manager, the greaUsst catch-j at they were about off, jLondon er. and the greatest batsman 'that ev- jaccording to the check at the gates, er wore .the spikes. l ______ .730 Uiat he may possess. 9 0 10 13 NORTHWESTERN Won Lost P. Evers' absence is a blow to the .500 'CUDS. Titus is missed.-, by the Phillies. .437 Washington knew that .'i Johnson, was :444-sick. Boston fc3t Speaker's Joss. The .315 iHighlanders could have Chase in the West. Eddie Colliras would have been handy in that Chicago ser- ies. Jennings would have Uiked to The Pittsburg Pirates' new electri- cal score 'Ooard is complete. It is 48 ibrpad and 24 feet high- From The stands the spectators may, keep tab on the called strikes arid balls. 19 .674 jjave Gainor in his lineup. Go the line, and -it is handly pos- to pick a club that is not worry- .432' ing along under some handicap of this 11 Jood hitters hold their bats differ- Spokane ways. Larry and Cobb grip their Tacoraa bats at the end. Jim Delahanty grip? v'ancouver his bat six inches from the end. Larr> Portland ft ft ff "K rt n _.ie ball. Del chops at it. Tris Speak- i Victoria batters, etc. The board is the oxggest er and g-am Crawford hold their bats j---------------------- of any score board around the two like Larry and So do most' Batters are protesting on the "quick cently reported an attendaace of Biajor cfe-cuits. jofcher bat'ters who hit long drives. ret urn delivery-" They would pen-; 903. Two or three days later Dubuque Willie Keeler, one of-the-greatest hit: 'alize pitchers who sneak over strikes Reported 3.101. This led a Davenport An actual test of the capacity of ters, choked his bat. He gripped up bet'oro they are ready to swing. Poor j Humorist to remark: "Whoinel-is'that the New York American was from the end like Delahanty, and used .things: They demand 30 seconds to j one? Must be a gem.lc- .wheu Pittsburg the a short bat. "net set." Davenport, in the I.-l.-I. League, re- ;