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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 1909. Tliis Label on all Semi-ready Suits SPORTS PLAYED GREAT GAME The guarantee label and tha plain price mark will be found in the pocket of every Semi-ready suit. If it's not there do not accept any excuse. For the label the legitimacy of the clothes. And the Semi-ready Company do not make clothes under any other name. Here is the label as it appears on a Semi-ready suit. Lethbridge Away Out- batted Brandon But Lost Close Game. i Brandon, June one of the A. SOUTHARD, SOLE AGENT PLUMBERS WON keenest fought battles, seen here this season, the Angles with all the luck of the game on their side, won from the Miners today by u score of 2 to J. Cosrly errors in the second ses- sion gave the home team two runs. The visitors came back strong in the eighth inning with three hits, but one was all they could seize. Killaly the deposed slant artist of the Cal- gary team, pitched a whirlwind game j allowing but two hits. Heinrich, the i local pitcher, has not lost a game i this season. Umpire Voss is crude on balls and strikes, but does not i favor any particular team. The teams play a double-header tomor- i row. j The BRANDON" AB R II 0 A A short time ago when the City i Football League was first formed it xvas thought that only three -teams would enter. The Royal Rovers (.earn was struck out. but at last four teams composed the leagae and with the Lethbridge city team makes five football teams in the citv. Last year there was only one team, the Rangers. So football is certainly booming in Lethbridge this year. night two more teams made their bow, when the Currenter.s and Plumbers lined up before Referee Tabrum. The 'game' was for fun and there was plenty of it when jMorri-11. ri 'Brimes, 2b lb I Stingle, c i Traeger, If... Ronesch, 3b 1 Jastran, ss Heinrich, p 0 1 1 1 0 9 1 12 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 the aU-the- year-round collar. Men who wear it in summer for its style and comfort, wear it all winter for the same reasons. LETHBRIDGE Joe Corrigan, cf Cox. If 4 1 Jack. Corrigan. rf 4 0 the'Taylor, 3b 3 0 O'Hearn, 2b 4 0 20 2 2 27 9 0 AB K H 0 A E ..300311 000 2 2 0 5 0 1. 1 0 11 0 0 every dealer Toofce TOOKE LIMITED. MONTREAL. DOMINION DAY FOOTBALL Plumbers "wrenched" a goal from j the Carpenters. Ail their friends j c 3 gave vent to a "piping" cheer asjBell-.ss 3 the Plumbers made some extra good i Townsend, 6b 4 .0 plays. But the Carpenters tried to P "saw" oQ the score but failed to i Imake it "square." When time was called the score' was two to one in j Runs bir inning favor of the men who use the lead j Brandon pipe and who therefore could not Lethbridge 000 000 jhelp but keep thoir cinch. j Summary hit, G-rimes. I-----------------------! Two-base hits, Cox 2, Lynch, Eara- 1 9 24 11 2 BASEBALL RESULTS Western Canada At Winnipeg -000 300 Medicine Hat 000 100 Batteries Spiers and Anderson i Cumpbell and Davidson. Umpire Dyer At 1 Edmonton............. 200 200 000 Regina 001 000 030 Batteries Sterling and Burridge j Hooker and Gardner. Umpire, Don- nelly. j At Moose Moose Jaw 200 000 Calgary 000 000 Batteries Carson and Anthony Parks and Heiscler. Umpire Walton. Northwestern At j Portland 1 93; Tacoma 3 6 5 At Aberdeen 2 Si! Spokane 152 At Seattle 3 S 0, Vancouver............... 040 Eastern At rain. At Jersey Montreal 0 7 1 Jersey City 1 7 1 At Buffalo 2 41 Xewark 1 31' At Baltimore 1 G 2 Rochester............................. 3 S 2 American At Washington......................... 1 70; Detroit 0 40 i At New York- Chicago 1 1 I! York............... 032 1 .At j Philadelphia....................... 2 10 0; St. Louis 1 72 At Cleveland 3 10 1; Boston 1 25' At i Pittsburg S 13 Oj Brooklyn............... 1 At j Chicago 2 5 Boston 4 92 At St. St. Louis 0 PANTS IN ALL VARIETIES A pair of "Sovereign Brand" Pants is up to date in it is a stripe or fancy design or plain color correct cut is there. We put the foundation 'of "Sanford" quality in every pair. Superior -workmanship and high grade fabrics. The proof is in the wearing. Try a pair. Sold by leading clothiers everywhere. Ask your dealer for them, or write us and we will tell you where to them. W. E. Sanford M'fg Co. Winnipeg Hamilton REMARKS ON THE SIDE ABOUT BASEBALL CITY LEAGUE TEAMS ALL EVEN The team will be home Monday, Calgary to oppose them. Y. M. C. Give Maple Leafs Bad Beating A double-header is scheduled for Tuesday with Calgary, an-d Wednes- day there will be nothing- doing. The percentage of games Lethbridge on the road irood and is not usually eX won by is fairly -Since the new men have been wear- ing the Miners' uniform the percent- age of game to their credit is about seven hundred. That looks good for the home series. The chances are they will make it eight hundred. Winnipeg Tribune says that bridge in the second game, which they lost outfielded and out- hatted the Maroons. That being the The City League has an interesting situation as the tail-enders took a fall out of the leaders and all three teams are credited with one win and one loss. The Y. M. C. won over the Maple Leafs last night by the one-sided score of 14 to 4-, but al- though the score was so much on one side, the game was decidedly in- teresting as Ihe runs came in. bunches an-d between times first class ball was played. Jack Clark, the darling of the local pugilistic fans, made himself solid, with the locar baseball fans by his good work at short, his of big league HIS WORK WAS VERY COURSE pegging to first belm order. Shaddick made his debut as a slab artist, -pitching the last -two innings. He is certainly all 'right as to speed and curves, fanning three Leth- j men m the eighth after two had got on bases. Both Clark and Parsons case we will our defeat. blame Umpire Dyer for pitched well, errors being respon-: Winnipeg-. Calgary and other papers on the circuit say that Umpire Dyer's decisions on some occasions are raw ami coarse. Corrigan's kicks are evidently well founded. President Fleming would do the Cans of our fair city a great favor if he would locate Umpire Dyer here for one more game. Just one. 30W ISLAND TRIMS GRASSY LAKE On Dominion Day, the G-rassy Lake lo'otball team will be here to give Sons of England'team the return the first having been played on. Victoria Day. The Grassy Lake boys have been diligently practising -and though beaten in the first game have strong hopes of turning -tables on Dominion Day. Bow Island, June 200 COO 000-2 i Philadelphia -t At Cincinnati 6 New York 3 ed runs, Lethbridge 1. Sacrifice -______________._ Lynch. First base on balls, oS Ivill- aly 3. off Heinrich 1. Struck out, a'by Heinrich'10, by Killaly 4. Double 3 10 11 9 SIDEWALK WANTED 1 i The mine here seven miles deep for the burial of Umpire Dyer, which a contemporary speaks of. will have to as wide as it is deep or we will have trouble in getting Dyer's swell- ed head to where he belongs. crowd of at least six hundred spec-jplavs_ Joe Corrigan to Townsend 2. tators. Bow Island baseball team de- j Left baSeSr Lethbridge S, Brandon feated the ball-tossers from Grassy Lake by the score of 22 to 17 in one of the most exciting games ever witnessed, the result being in doubt the right up to the last innings, when {Bow Island made a whirlwind finish. 3. Attendance 800. pirc, Voss. THURSDAY'S GAME Owing to late arrival of tabulated score, the results of Thursday's game was not published in yester- day's paper. It is herewith given today The LETHBRIDGE AB R H SHOE POLISH BRIGHT AKD 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 sven half as good. -Toe Corrigan. cf 5 r.px. if 5 Jack Corrigan, rf 4 Taylor, 3b 3 O'Hearn. 2b 4 Lynch, c 2 Bell, ss 5 Townsend, lb 2 Pieh, p 3 The local management of the base- ball club should get busy after the city to get a sidewalk to the base- Time 1.45. Urn-'ba11 park. The road the people have to travel to get to. the park is ctr- Itainly very disagreeable, to say the least. With nothing but the loose j dirt thrown up from the water-vorxs I trenches and the newly graded stroets boulevards to walk on, the I is decidedly being p--trtic j ularly so after a shower heavy en- {ough to make the It would help the attendance very tiialoi ially and give visitors a impression of the city if there wert-> a sidewalk all the the park. Procrastination is the thief of gate receipts and fun in this case. 2 2 1-2 1 12 1 0 35 11 11 27 13 i BRANDON AT- R H O A jaiorrell. rf 30010 Grimes, 2b 31102 [Thompson, lb 4 1 013 j Stingle, c -1125 i Rogers, cf 3000 Traeger) If 4105 [Rdnesch, 3b 4001 j Jastran, ss 4011 i Roosevelt, p 1000 Cummings, p I. 0 0 0 i Heinrich, p 1 0 1 0 Take a look at Chesty Cox is swatting the ball. Two-base and three-base hits every day. All these pitchers are pie for Chesty. sible for most of the runs, Josh jhit and George Moore were back in the game with .all their old-time prowess "Chtfck" Wray gave general "satisfac- tion as umpire. MAPLE'.LEAFS." Parsons, p 1........... Umpire Dyer Severely Criti- cised By Winnipeg Paper (Winnipeg Free One of the wacmest ball games of the season caine to 'an .unfortunate finish at the Maroon yard "last even- ing. It was in. the eighth inning. Lethbridge had just put over the run that tied the score, two were out, a man on second andj Joe Lynch at bat. He smashed a. clean hit to cen- tre with the runner on.second, but Lynch was called out- for skipping the initial sack, thus retiring the side and wip- ing off both the second-run and his -B' H E 0 0 2 Nicholls, cf Anderson, 3b' Armstrong, If' Laum-an, Geiger, c Clark, ss Watson, rf 4 Y. M. C. R Pitton, cf................................ 2 Kenny, rf 1 Helgerson, ss......................... 4- Josh Moore, 2b 2 Brandow, c ..............................1 G-. Moore, 3b 1 Shaddick, If p................... 1 Green, lb............................... 1 Clark, p If 4-5 1 0 Townsend, who was let put by j Totals.............................. 14 Runs by inning Medicine Hat to make a place for Leafs 000 040 Manager Billy Hamilton on' first base and 'who was picked up by Leth- i bridge, is playing a star game at j the initial bag and is hitting very C 201 500 14 Brandon and Lethbridge play a i double-header today. j CITY LEAGUE STANDING j Won Lost P. C. Maple Leafs 1 1 .500 !Y. M. C 1 1 .500 RED SOCKS WON Last night in a fast game of haso- i ball the Red Sox defeated the. Jun- iors of North Ward at the -end of the seventh the score being 2 10c. and 25c. Tins 3-2 -i 4. 27 13 4 Summary Two-base hits, Jack Corrigan, Cox, Taylor, O'Hearn. Bell Townsend. First base on balls, oS j Roosevelt 2, off Cummings 1, off rich j 2. Left on bases, Lethbridge 7 and (Brandon 4. Struck out. by Cum- jminss 3, by Pieh -i. Double plays, Traeger to Stingle to Thompson Ronesch to Thompson, Traeger to Thompson. Hit. by pitcher, by Cum- [mings 1. by Roosevelt 2, by Hein- rich 1. Hits, Roosevelt 4 in 3 I 1-3 innings off Cuir.mings 6 in 2 2-3 inning.- off Heinrich 1 in three. j Stolon bases, Jack Corrigan 2. Tay- j lor, O'lTearn, Tov.TiSen-d' 2. Grimes. i Stingle, Rogers, Traeger. Sacrifice hit. Lynch. Time. 2 hours. Attend- unco 300. Umpire. Voss. Phone 417 if you vrant the best vrork done on Eepairs. etc. E.W.Kingston I Room 2 Begin Block Goods called for and returned EXHIBIT Educational and Entertaining exhibits from Field, Farm and Workshop A ARRAY OF EYE-FEASTING FEATURES Military Tattoo, Navassar Ladies' Band, Siege of SEVEN SUCCESSIVE HOLIDAYS JULY 10-17 EXCURSIONS FROM LACKOSSE The Club had a good practice at the Fair Grounds. prartising, lacrosse training exercises were taken in jumping, running and bicycle riding. They several invitations for games on July .1st. and the latest is from Taber. The intermediates are getting in good one has wind as long as a Chinook and another jump like ail antelore. WE SELL Overalls They're good ones. and we sell tbem F, Beside Bentley's Lynch put up a" fierce roar and was fired, out of the game. His pals also objected strongly, but started to talas the field when Manager Jack Corri- gan entered'emphatic'protest by-way of refusing to play longer, and the game was declared -forfeited to Win- nipeg .MATTER OF ARGUMENT Whether Dyer was right or not in calling Lynch out will always be a. matter of contention.: Jack Beatty and other Maroon players in a" posi- tion to see, claim, that. .Joe was out of his'stride when he reached the bag .and instead of planting, fitis foot: on the canvas he stepped across in. has hurry to make 'Dyer saw- it that way, and whenjBeatty secur- ed the ball and claimed the .out Tie could give no other, runner on second .easily the -circuit, but the score, could not .countv when Lynch was declared, as "on the decision, -.it. was; the same as ifvhe had made the third out on an infield play. It was a. .technical.', advantage such as the one gave the Chicago Cubs the National. .Lea- gue championship last season -in. that memorable game .with; ..York! when after the winning, run had been scored on a clean hit, ilerkle failed. to touch second base. OTHER DECISIONS there is seldom sufficient jus- tification for a manager his team off the field, it must be admit-: ted Corrigan had the sympathy, pi the spectators last, Jur Dyer's work had been -bad. all: through, and Lethbridge suffered more than did the locals. Pitcher G-ebeau was driven almost 'frantic by the number. of perfect .strikes that were called. balls, and one of the local runs may be indirectly attributed to an unmer- ited walk. Later in the game -Dyer switched and just fcefore the abrupt termination he was giving Van Zant, the short end of the stick, but it was' a peevish sort of encounter all the way through solely on account of the umpiring. Dyer and Leth- bridge have met elsewhere on the cir- cuit and the Mormons :claim to have been given a raw deal all through. UNSATISFACTORY WIN Winnipeg fans are not at all pleas- ed to see the home team get either the better or worse of it through persistently bad decisions they wish to see a game decided on its merits. A large percentage of those present, last evening did not understand team started to play at the opening j ship N. L. TJ. game at'the Tslnnd.play that resulted in the Lethbridge of season, no complaint can rea- j Saturday, the 26th, and-Tuesday the team leaving the field, but few favor- ed wiiming in that manner, even al- though it did put the' Maroons on: the top oi the heap. It is only a few games ago. however, since. Winnipeg: lost a which might have defeat into victory, in practically, the same manner, a. player teing called, out for failure to touch third after a hit on which he crossed the Again, it will be remembered, Moose Jaw player lost a home- 'run on tlu> morning of May 24 for same reason. SHOULD HAVE PLAYED; OUT After all is sard and done, -itwas a Who is this O'Hearn on second base? Chances are that it is .Jimmy O'Hoarn, a fast Toronto amateur and pal of Jerry Edmunds, centre fielder and catcher. Winnipeg The Miners are recognized all over the circuit as a bunch 01 sluggers. Thev certainly can use the bat. ____ REID ARRIVES MONDAY Joe Reid, who is to meet Jack Clark in a b'oxing contest Tuesday, June 15 in the Lyceum, will -be down from Calgary on Monday. It is ex- pected that a number of Reid's close friends will come down along with his manager, Reg Degge. Tickets will be on sale Monday at Bob Wallace's cigar store. Ringside S2, first ten rows in orchestra general ad- mission Clark and Reid are going to make side bet. their forfeit I'ieh seems to be the main- stay of the Miners' slabmcn. a big fellow and has a world of j speed and fair control. He has won j the majority of games for the Miners will see its first cricket match of the season on Dominion CRICKET MATCH ion the road, and the fans will lively see him in action the fore part of next week. What do you know about that for hard luck Brandon in yesterday's game got but two hits and bridge nine, yet the Miners lost. Day, when, the ancient and honorable enemy, the Macleod cricket toam, will be here to try conclusions with the local bunch. TECUMSEH'S TKlP WEST Toronto, June 're- Considering the discouraging con- cumsohs will leave for New Westmin- ster a weak, from tomorrow night af- under 'which the Lethbridtre j ter they play Cornwall a champion- sonably be mode over not making of June are the dates set for A manager was late I the cup games between the Indians I in being procured the team was not! and New Westminster and Querri.es over a couple of weeks old when i Braves. The Indians will be much they started in the pcnnunt race. Previous to opening the season wea- ther conditions prevented practice, and Manager Corrigan was unable to estimate stroncor than last vear. NEXT WEEK AT THE LYCEUM Manager May announce the fol- the value of his mater-i lowing strong vaudeville bill for thf Lyctnim commencing Monday night: ______________-----------! Buekk-y'si trained thr- .grt-atost. headlinor, yet in the' city. a big hit in Chicago three airo i and Calgary papers speak in glow-j ing u-nits. j Dale niicl FIG PILLS icestore Failing Energy Thuy make well and healthy the diseased liver and kidneys, making them perform their functions. Besides this, they purify your blood and make the run-down ailing ones feel like new again. Try a cents and see how quickly you note the change. For sale by Alberta Drue Co. in sonprs an.1 j foolish move of >IaHftger Corrigan in the Le Alvoi the von-1 taking his team from the field iloqiiii't.s. jhas no. grounds qn which to expect a A.ISM the latest moving pictures .I.IK) protest to be upheld and had a good i takon in all it will undoubtedly bo a fonturo: bill for the week. There will bi> two shows nightly, first per- formance commencing at 3.15, second at 8.30. Prices 25e and 35c. Reserve vour seats. chance to win or at least earn a draw on the field. Tt was simply ft question of the umpire's judgment, not of the interpretation.of the so that there would be as son protesting on a strike., ;