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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LtTHBRIDQI, AlBIKTA. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, llOt. You can buy best imported CIGARS AND TOBACCOS Arid enjoy a smoke, and at the lame time t enjoy a game of BILLIARDS OR POOL at UPTON'S POOL ROOM Basement Oliver Block GOSSIP OF THE RING The tamira Cafe Leads Them All I nothing Is too good for its many patrons, nothing but the most advanced equip- ment to improve the ser- vice for their eoirifort. With the latest improved tslectrii: Tea and Coffee Urns and live electric cool- ing fans already installed tills monih. and the best the market jjfiords on our table at the lowest, possible cost to all. We don't in- tend to lay; in 012r to make The Alexandra Cafe the Mecca and pride of the people of Leth- bridge and their friends. iS. O. E. Were th land same last night between and the Sons of was no doubt one of the be of football evc-r plaved in Lethbridge. Both teams did the r Every man tried hi Johnson will not cross the ocean as he intended. Jack will stay and pick up some money in six- round bouts in Philadelphia. He will probably ;uevt Al Kaufman in a short go in the Quaker City and is i also willing to face either J im Cor-! bett or Stanley Ketchel. A six-round battle between Corbett and Johnson V ICtOfS would be a big attraction. It would [be interesting to see if Pompadour .J Jim, who has been out of the ring for several years, could stay with Day Celebration Come and see the country I JULY 1st, 1909 Come and see the Big Sports I TABER I hi. declar- N. H. MURRAY. Prop. game throughout and there was the ball their not an idle says Ketchel i pugilists art the prize ring. O'Brien excels the big negro WE SELL Now. They're ones, and we sell them would check so as to [many other fi ht students who think commnation playbyjthe same. But therfi jugt M I many followers of pugilism who are convinced that Ketchel, Like O'Brien, of the teams was as other fallows bother iuui'l either team. The line-up 'ollows i is too small for Johnson, and in a' S..O. goal; Wells of 20 rounds will be gradually} Farri.s. hacks: Stt-phenson, Chiswick, j hooked and jolted into submission, j and Firth, backs; J. Smith.) -Johnson may be a good fighter but j Faunch, IlolU-rton, Barber und Joyc? ne is a mighty poor hand at man- j forwards. aging his own affairs. Here is what Boss backs. And-ja Philadelphia sporting writer says_ and Crawford; half backs. jof him The was offered the Mullan, KellyJ Mcllvinie forwards, j of a guarantee or per- Fleming, Leitch for his bouc witn 'O'Brien. land quickly chose the former. Jack i O'Brien, with his long head on mon- jey matters, realizing that the new j heavyweight champion's first battle j !in America would cause a Bank of afior the The S.O.I England flow of gold into the box are Sons of England for-making j office, decided to gamble on the house j. score ri-ht at the start of a match j The result was that O'Brien drew fhey have done that trick now for down S6.1G9.20 as against the col- Referee, A. J. Jones. Soore. 1 to O. favor of S.O.E. Smith scored for the S.O.E. a few Good Style and Good Taste New Fit-Reform 2 button Sack Suit appeals to men who want something new and something different. The lapels are long and grace- set close together pockets and roll cuffs. This style is extreme enough to be distinctive yet is in perfect taste. MINERS BATTED HARD BUI IUULU MM WIN Winnipeg, Juno Maroons took the second game from Leth- hridge after a close squeeze, by score of The game was closely con- tested all the way aud was in doubt until tho last iLon was out. The .Miners had several chances to win but did-not hit opportunely, except n the sixth inning, when they gath- ?red two runs. After that they ;hould have been retired. McMahon jlayed a poor liulding game. The I Maroons hit at the right time, and played better team work. Homes j and Beutty with three hits each, and [Jack Corrigan. Taylor and Canty with tv.-o hits apiece, carried, off the batting honors. LethbritJge AB R 4 0 Joe Corrigan, cf Taylor. 3b 5 i Jack Corrigan, rf 5 0 l-'ox. if 5 Kolar, 21) 4 Q Lynch, c 4 0 Bell, ss 3 o Townsend, lb 2 0 Canty, p 4 Q 1 1 0 1 1 o 2 2 37 2 1023 Imekgant Fancy Worsteds up. Winnipeg AB R H O Piper, If 3110 KYugyr, 2b 3102 Anderson, c 4210 Holmes, a 0 3 3 Edmonds, cf 4001 Beatty, lb 4 o 3 12 Bond, rf 2011 MeMuhon. .ss 3001 Cierson. n 3 0 0 0 E 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 E 0 I 0! 0: li 0! 0! oi 0 "Maurctania" is the all-the- year-round collar. Men who wear it in summer for its style and comfortj wear it all winter for the same reasons. Most dealer Tooke CoCan, 1 TOOKC MONTREAL. i Kuns by I Lethbridge I Winnipeg j Summary .TjWo-base hits, Beatty, j Taylor, Canty. Sacrifice hits, Bond. j Edmunds. McMahon. Stolen bases, i Piper 2, Beatty, Anderson. Double jpluys, Jack Corrigan to Lynch. Left on bases; Lethbridge 11, Winnipeg 8. Hit by pitched ball, by Cierson 1. Bases on balls, oft Cierson 2, of! Canty 2. Struck out, by Cierson 5, by Canty 7. Time, 1.45. Umpire, Dyer. 29 4 9 27 16 Edmonds hit by batted ball. A JUNIOR GAME Tonight at seven o'clock the Red Sox meet the .Juniors of North Ward ut Xorth Ward. This game will be a good one as both teams are deter- mined to win. McKELVIE McGUIRE -Sole Agents for LethbHdce, he hist few matches. If had ored man's Virtually every ot scon-d it at the-start They would cent that Johnson earned was gone ot likoly have won last night, for two days later. He paid for; hey kept on; trying to score more, an automobile and Si.800 for a bis? i ut failed bfioause Hoss and Anderson jdiarcond. Johnson has a perfect! BASEBALL RESULTS HORSE RACES AT MACLEOD Western Canada The Sboeman j. Beside Bentlev's During the first half the play var- ied back and forth from end to end. and the Scots hoped to tire out their opponents and retrieve the lost But after half time for several around Jack Anderson, who once strained himself, so the trainer took him off the field for a few minutes. _______. Sterling u-mo Oghter who ever stepped the j Gilchrist rapid pace lasted long. And e son is the type of man who can't i At Brandon- ever stand" one decisive defeat. Brandon.................... 001 100 000 0-2 JMedicine Hat I Called end tenth account darkness. Batteries Hemrich and Stingle Wiseman and Ward. Umpire, Voss. T At Tn its account of the hard-hitting L, b Calgary 103 QOO j A couple of good horse races are 1 to be pulled off at Macleod this sum- mer when some of the best horses in the country will be entered. On Aug. a S500 purse will be put up for AT JAW I Caltmry 103 000 after which he returned and finished between Lethbridge and Moose j n 0 the JarL- .L.iJaw at In.ttpr nlnro j. J1U U10 the game. Jack and Boss are the at tile Batter place on June 4, Scotch stars. But Bob Chiswick is itne -Jaw Times says the heart and soul Of the S.O.E. Twenty-two runs. Guess the spec- necessary Farris and ts-" There is one boxer indeed who doesn't care a rap about stage life and who prefers work in the ring to work on the platform .Jem Driscoll the little Welshman, who recently cleaned up SlT.uOO in three months in this country. lie hud quite a number of dates booked ahead on the othi.T side, but he has written his nvanagvr here, Charley Harvey, that he canceled them uncl will be ready to sail for America soon as he is calk-d. Sooner or later Driscoll and Abe Attell arc bound to get, togeth- er in a long- bout, and then the fur will fly. Jn their JO-round bout in New York Driscoll was given the popular decision, but it' was unsatis- factory, to say the .least. It will take more than 3.0 rounds, barring accidents, to determine which is the better of this talented pair, they are so evenly m_alchod. When they finally do come together it will be a big- betting fight, with the but. sHghtly favoring- either man. tators at yesterday's ball game got their money's worth in base running, team. When Wells ami Filmer were there too and did good work. Holberton and the I and only eight innings were played, other forwards would at times try j too. However, the game was not their best to repeat the score, but very satisfactory- either from a scien- tific baseball point of view or from the granite defence of the Scots was too solid. Tn the second half the S 'the standpoint of a Moose Jaw fan. got corner after corner, -but no j Of the 22 runs Moose Jaw secured O. E goal. Good old Springfield played a plucky game and did his best to en- eight, and Lethbridge" fourteen. From the wa the play was going when Batteries Barnstead and Heisler Gardner and Hooker. Umpire, Don- nelly. Northwestern R H E At Spokane 3 82 Aberdeen 271 At Vancouver- Seattle 151 Vancouver T_Q courage the (-allies to "Come away." j the game was called, had the ninth The large crowd which surrounded been played there would probably the field watched the match with! have -been A dozen more runs added eager interest. As the various plays i to the score. vere made the crowd were "England Umpire Donnelly was the best on "orever.1" "Come away "One at any time yet in Moose Jaw. No. complaint could be made. _ Some of the spectators, however, general good fellow- J an exhibition of some of the BOULEVARD Here's a snappy that has caught the eye of the best dressers. The collar for service. sSyie and comfort. 2 in. high in front. ]J in. at back. Cnllcd New- port in EIlc Brand. "Good "Hurrah for Job "Good old Springfield The match was noted for tho clean port th. hip. It was "play ball and no time o chew the rag." Welshman and faple Loafs, did his best to be fai o both teams and seemed to eneral satisfaction. Last night's win for the S.O.E will now make the contest for th Buchanan Championship Trophy all the more interesting to the end. On Thursday night the Maple Leafs anr A.O.F. will play their second last game together. Should the Maple Leafs win they may yet have A fighting chance to give the other; a hard chase. All the teams are in the league to the finish, and no team is sure of the shield till the last of the series has been plaved. decisions yesterday that he has been MARATHON Our litest one of the best ot the season. Ht-fclit. 2 inches at back. Known as Arabic in Elk Brand. double stitched so they held their shape and resist laundiv wear. Cattle Brand. CMh, 3 for 50c. Elk Brand, i :br 25c. RIALTO It inches high in from and 2 mchec at back tog-ether in front. worst sporting spirit imaginable. It The referee being I was 8'15 wnen tne umpire decided to secretary of the j tne Kamc- Both teams were will- ing and surely it was time the crazy performance ended. It was certainly dark. The spectators were not satis- fied though, and hooted Donnelly when he went to call the game. The regrettable circumstance was that he was actually ill-treated, knocked over in fact. A man from the bleachers ran full force toward Donnelly when his attention was directed away and deliberately knocked him down. And the man who dH ihis detestible bit of dirty work is a. well known sport of this city. Xice name Moose Jaw will be acquiring if such work continues It is to be hoped that no spectator at a game in Moose Jaw will ever so far forget himself Again, f one does, we shall have pleasure n producing his name in full in these olumns. Probably there might be a Won Lost Points O. E......... Maple Leafs A. 0. F If the Maple practice thev 3 1 3 1 1 2 0 3 Leafs wake up have the key of and the situation, especially if they can pos- sibly turn one of their previous de- feats into a victory. But if the Maple Leafs and A.O.F. both lose again to the two lenders, then it will likely he n tie for the champion- ship. The Tallies and K.O.K. will not meet agrain in tho championship Aer- ies unless to play off n tie resulting from games with their other oppon- ents. The entries for the Wright Charity Shield has not yet been de- cided. But that competition will hold on the knock-out, principle, and engthy account of a fight and.somc1laep rrosts trt 'Cleveland Pacific Coast At Oakland- Yesterday Oakland and San Fran- cisco, of the Pacific Coast League, battled for 24 innings, the score at that time being 1 and 0 in favor of "Frisco. This is a record for organ- ized-baseball this season, and for number of innings will likely stand. "At Portland- Sacramento and Portland also played overtime yesterday, the game going IS innings, at which time the. game had to he called on account of j darkness. The score stood 1 and 1. Eastern At Montreal 4 so Toronto 247 At Jersey City- Providence 0 11 Jersey City 2 02 At no game, rain. At Buffalo- Rochester it 3 Buffalo 7 40 American At St. Louis 3 9 Boston 4 At New Detroit 8 N'ew York 4 g At I Philadelphia winner of a race in which Cv- clone, owned by Powell Bros., of Cardston Irish Lad, owner Dooley 01 Macleod Alice. H. Bell, Macleod; Beaver Dam Lad, owned at Golden, B.C.; Suskelett, owned by McKenzie of Macleod the Knight colt, Ray- mond, and the Austin colt, well- known in the Cardston -district. The distance will be i1 of a mile. On Monday June 14 Cyclone and the Austin colt will be raced for ?500 a side. Woolf will ride Cy- clone ami Ed. McAbie of Golden will be up on the Austin colt. Both events are being looked forward to with interest. LYCEUM UNDER. NEW MANAGEMENT 1 TO-NIGHT PROFESSOR WILLEY The 'Human Mystery HYPNOTIST, MIND READER THOUGHT TRANSMISSION Billy Ell wood Co. Comedy Cartoonists tho proceeds of those matches go towards ft fund to endow a Led injure amateur letos. will ath- rrests to record as well. as for the play the less said bout it tho better. Lethbridge won chiefly through imely hits. Joe Corrigan made a ame for himself by making two ome runs and one three bagger. This astounding bit of work alonft brought in six of the Miners' runs. of the team also first class hitting. j The fielding of the Robin Hoods jwas fair. i The Robin.s owe their runs mainly to poor pitching. Thirteen of them walked. One man actually walked' the entire bases. The Lethbridge fielding waa with- out any serious errors. changed pitcher threo times. Goodwin pitchod the first; innings, Nelson pitched and a half, Canty one innings! Xel- j son one innings amd half in- nings. The last two changes seemed to be for the worse. 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