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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta CETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA, MONDAY, JUNE 14, INI. Men of. Good Taste will appreciate the elegance of our new Double Breasted Sack Suits. The styles are absolutely correct and rendered doubly attractive by the Fancy JEnglish Worsteds we have used. S RTS CONTEST TONIGHT In Cxcccs and new LETHBRIDGE WON TWO GAMES PLAYING GREAT Climbs To Sixth Place By Beating Brandon Twice Satur- day Brandon. Junv out of j four jriures is not a bad record for any team when every one of tho vie-i McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Aients'for LetHbridse. after leading with til the eighth innin tories is earned, it. is a very trood re- jeord. This is the tale the Miners jean now i-arry home them, for tliey look a tioubU-header from the I Angels today with ease. Especially j in the second game, after one or two flutters, the Anjtvls were not in the [game at all. In the tirst exhibition 3 to 0 score un- they took a i balloon ascension and before they [ciime down the victory was in the hands of the visitors. Umpii-o Voss made the rawest kind of -decisions on balls un-d strikes and called an Angel out at ,third when there a chance to even up. The base decision from the press box i lookt-d all right, but the crowd, ex- i asperaUHi beyond endurance, swarmed j on the field and for a few moments j it looked as if the umpire was to re- i i-eivii usagv, but beyond one or two kicks received as he was yettini; i uiKler the fence, he was a'l to the; go It was the first time in tire city j j that an umpire has been so badly; j abused itnd tho management feiHs j I very sorry about it. One thing is j j sure, an-d that is that Voss will! umpire another jrame here. His decisions on both sides were-rank, j The i'eature of the game was the. hit- I ting of Cox amJ Lynch. Brandon "CHESTY" COX This is the inimitable "Chesty" who is great ball Lethbridge in left' field and is hitting like a wizard. LETHBHIDGE AB H H 0 A j has released. (J-rimes and .lastran, i shortstop and second base. The sec- j ond game was called in the seventh j spasm on account of darkness, but That Much Talked of Cheque j cheque for the sum divided i hand all the time. j by the players lor winning the i In this photograph Manager Frank j championship, fr.-m Leona Kuhn, th Kolar, cf 4 Cox, if 5 Jack Corrigan. rf 0 Taylor, 3b............... 4 O'llearn. 2b 4 Lynch, c 5 Bell, ss 4 Townsend, Ib 4 Gebeau, p 1 Pieh, p..................... 3 1030 1 4 1 3 0 0 1 .0 1 4 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 1 4 The ball game tonight at the Athletic part is sure to be hotly contested. Lethbridge 4c is out to: clean up and will not be handing out very many charities.if.hard-work will pre- vent it. Calgary says their team is due to win this game and with a strengthened line- up expect to come through in 4t tho lead. The Lethbridge nine tonight will be: Joe Corrigan, cf.; Cwx If.; Jack Corrigan, rf.; Taylor, 3rd; Lynch, c.; Bell, ss.; Ko- lar, "Snd; Townsend, 1st; Killi- 4c lay, Pieh, Cany or Gebeau will-pitch. 4c Umpire, Donnelly. BASEBALL To-day at Athletic Park Calgary V.S. Lethb BASEBALL RESULTS Western Canada At Moose Calgary.................... 000 000 0 Moose .Jaw............... J5 Batteries Vining and Hiseler mith ami Anthony. Umpire Walton At (First game) ledicine Hat 300 000 3 Vinnipeg 411 000 6 Batteries Welsh ami Ward Ceir- on and Anderson. Umpire Dyer. (Second Gate 25c 6-3O Stand 25c extra Two Games To-morrow Afternoon and Evening 3 o'clock and 630 FEATURE ATTRACTION j The announcement that Mannger i May "of the Lyceum "theatre has se- Vinnipeg 001 001 3 curcj the Boston Grand Opera Jedicine Hat 101 400 G for jwo looked forward Batteries: Van Zundt and Ander-i to a? one OF the distinctly on; Weissman and Ward. Umpire. attractions ever offered in yer. i Lethbridge. At :dmonton i010 000 fi egina 303 Batteries McXeill, Lee, Shea and and j ing- a few stops at the. principal cities j throughout Western Canada chrout-.'. i That Lethbridge is to be favored with 0 'two operas is a compliment t) the _j_; reputation of our city and the efforts of Mr. May in securing this company deserves the commendation of everv The company is on its way to Se- of tin- Alaslw-Yuk.m- ;urridge and Knight Sporer ardner. Umpire, Donnelly. Northwestern 2 0 0 1 0 0 13 3 0 00010 0 0 ,0 3 0 Lynch marie a three-bagger in the i first of-the seeo I I Tiuns innings- Chance of ,lhe world's championship club's official mascot. The new pen-jTii.'rt C f 11 Lethbrido-a 4 9 27 15 4 Ls recoix-ing President Murphy's nant is also shown. SHRUBB BEAT SELLEN Toronto, Out... June Shrubb last night defeated Percy ex-amateur five miler of ttw Irish Canadian Club, by a lap and a hall" in a 12-mile, race. LACROSSE RESULTS Zenith Athletic clflb beat Brant- Ont., at New. York, by 10 to 2. At Cap- itals 2. At 6 Toron- tos JOE REID AND MGR. DEGGE ARRIVE TONIGHT Joe Reid, who is to box Jack Clark tomorrow night, has wired for quarters at the Balmoral Hotel. Reid is a good rangy, two-handed, aggressive boxer and always makes a goo-d showing. Clark has been Training hard at the ball grounds ami to be in good shape. Jock is very fast and keeps his opponent busy all the time. He has a mule- kick in either hand and can take punishment Tike dessert. Both boys are confrdent that they can win. as they are to make their forfeit a side bet as well. THE TEAM WAS HANDICAPPED The Lethbrid-re ball team has been at a biir disadvantage travelling over the 'cir- cuit. They left here without practice, due to adverse weath- er conditions, and while 'on the road visiting teams are merely allowed a little "preliminary work before the {.flint's. So Lethbridge was severely hand- icapped right through. But. the team is .home, they will be able to put in their morning practices and better team work and more consist- ent playing, will undoubtedly be the result. two men on bases, .he did not i touch the initial sack, the ball was Brandon. 201 thrown there and he was runs did not count. (First Game) BRAXDOX AH R II O A j-Morrell. rf 4 t Griines, 2b 5 Thompson. Ib Stingle, c................. 3 0 At ortland 6 SO acoma 1 7' -t At pokane 141 Aberdeen 281 At Seattle 281 Vancouver G 70 Eastern (Saturday) At Buflalo-r Buffalo 661 Newark 262 At (First Game) Rochester Baltimore (Second Game) Rochester To Be Dyspeptic Is To Be 'Miserable. Dyspepsia is the prcTioling awkdy civilized life. It largely to errors in ctiot, over-eating, too free gence ia ttimnlinta and over-taxing stomach with indigestible food, M.ting too rapidly without chewing food ently, indulging in hot biscoiU, pMtry, pickles, confectionery, Constipation, headache, heartburn, wv stomach, distress after eating, belching of wind, faintnesa, and fullness and tioa of the stomach are a few of tho many distressing symptoms of the poor, wwuy citizen who at heart the advance-j dyspeptic. Burdock Blood Bitters rnent of Lethbridge as a center of art i lates the stomach, secretion Rogers, cf 4 j Stanley. If jRonesdi. -Tuscran, ss 3 p JOHNSON TALKS ABOUT JAMES J. JEFFRIES The Sons of England- Cricket Club challenge the city club one inn- ings match, to be played any even- ing. Added Energy From FIG PILLS 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 tha run-down system. Get t, box today, 25c a box, or five boxes for 11.00. For sale by Alberta Drug Co. Boston, June Johnson, champion heavyweight, who is now j in Boston, gave out the following signed statement "It is now conceded on every hand that Jewries has been bluffing the public about meeting me. 1 am ready to box every week in the year if I am given rny price. I bar no man who has any right to challenge. J am ready to box Jeffries, Kaufman. Hart or anyone else who wants to meet me. If Jeffries is looking for a match, why doesnlt he come forward and say so 1 Jeffries to come out manfully and agree to cut out exhibitions and get down to business. I will ignore' all others if he will sign to meet me, for J regard a match with Jeffries the way of proving that I am in truth the world's champion." Close-fit" FITS CLOSE. TIE SLIPS EASILY. 3TAY8 LOCKED. MADE IN TWO >NCH OMLY. 2 TOR TOOKE BROS. LIMITED. MONTREAL MAKERS OF SHIRTS. TIES. VESTS IMPORTERS OF MEN'S FURNISHINGS. 3 000 000 4 3 Thej Summary Earned runs, Leth- j Baltimore...........................-3 bridge 1. hits, llorrell, Rogers. Two-base hits-, Cox 2 Lynch 2. First base on balls, off J providence 2 2 G 2 3. for th_e community of Southern Alber- ta. As this will be Lethbridire's lirst I Grand Opera season, it makeo "a dis- i tinct stop in the progress of the city to Metropolitan rank. In June, the I cliniax" of the year, it will now be' j possible to share withh London, .Paris I and New York the privilege of hear- j ing two of the world's masterpieces 111 operatic art. As a social function, oper-a is the acme of brilliancy and distinction. Beauty, rank and fash- ion, en grande this their of the saliva and gastric juice to facilitate digestion, removes acidity, porifiee blood, and tones up the system to full health and vigor, and thereby pepsia and all its tributary Mr. Amos Sawler, Gold RiTor, N.8., was greatly troubled wUfc dyspepsia, and after trying several doctors co no effect, I commenced taking Burdock Blood Bitters and I think it ia the beet medicine there is for that For Sale at ail wad Diillfl j At and, Toronto..............................''1 off Pieh 2. off Woods 5. I Struck Gebeau 2, -by Pieh 5, b'v Uouble plays, Jastran to Griines to Thompson. Sacrifice hits, -Stingle. Stolen bases, Kolar, Corrigan, Townsend, Rogers 2. Pass- j.ed balls, Lynch. ITit by pitched-ball. Left on bases, Brandon Lc'thbrldgo 13. Attendance 400. 1.45. Umpire, Second Came) BRANTJOX AB R H 0 A E Worrell, rf 311000 Grimes, 2b 20004 Thompson, Ib 2 0 010 0 Stingle, c 30151 Rogers, If 3110 Stanley, cf 3011 I Ronesoh. 3b 3002 Jastran, ss ...............3 001 Roosevelt, p 3011 National (Saturday) At Pittsburg 13 Brooklyn............................. 1-84 At Cincinnati 040 New Yark 281 At St. St. Louis 220 Philadelphia....................... 3 10 1 At Chicago............................... 252 0'Boston 0 8 1 j American 0 j opportunity to express all that' the end his life by wading into the river 6 'refined civilization; has -to slashing his throat with a razor. 13 Sjhibit of elegance Having indicted a ghastly wound in j and balcony stalls are, repre- his throat, which extended from ear- (sentative" of the fine flower of nation-: to cat- and must nearly proved. j al prosperity, while students and i fatal at once, he evidently found the 1, brain workers who represent its po-j river'water too cold and waded back I erica! ideals, pour into thr- Opera i to the bank- Jle was seen a few min- House as into the home of their jutes later with the blood streaming dreams, and crowd it to -the roof. from the wound in his throat, and That Lethbridge will enter into being caught by men from the spirit of. the occasion "as to the man-1 greenhouse, was brought to tho city iru-r .arid set the seal <-f social jiis ''ast as an-d placed in the distinction upon its first season of 'Grand Opera, tht-re cnn hnrdly he i the shadow of a dtmbt. At 0 0 Washington fi 0 I'' Detroit 2 3 1 j At Boston- Cleveland 4 Boston 0 At Wew York- Jbe Corrig-an, cf Cox, If 3 Jack Corrigan, cf 4 1 Taylor, 3b 4 Kolar, 2b 4 Lynch' c 3 'Bell, ss 4 25 2 5 16 4 AB R H O A E ..3 2 1 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Townsend, Ib.......... 2 "I-0 7 Canty, p 3 000 New York...; 3 15 4 WADES INTO RIVER AND CUTS THROAT Yoa can buy the beat imported CIGARS AND TOBACCOS And enjoy a smoke, and at the lame time enjoy a game of OR POOL -at UPTON'S POOL ROOM Basement Olirer Block WE SELL Overalls Now. They're, good ones, and we sell them IN HNWII ,_ Beside Bentley's 37 7 921 8 1 out, hit by batted ball. Runs by Brandon 100 000 2 Let-hbrklge 7 Summary' Two-base hits, -Tack Corrigan, Cox, Joe Corrigan, Mor- relh Stingle. Three-base-hits, Lynch Sacrifice hit. Cox. Stolen bases, Corrigan, Taylor 2. 'First base on balls, oft Canty i, off Roosevelt 2. iTJit by pitched ball. Grimes. Struck iout, by Uahty 8. by Eoosevclt 2. I Double play, Bell to KolaT to Town- REMARKS ON THE SIDE Umpire Voss handed out decisions at the Brondon-Lethbridge games that looked so rank to the crowd that .they actually mobbed him. Oh! where did President Fleming get his I staff of buni indicator artists from yoss vs. Dyer for supremacy in punk decisions. Calgary will be working out. a coupV of new fielders in today's game in all probability! They are from the Coast League. '.send. Time of game, 1.30. lance, 400. Umpire, Voss. Atteml- WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE STANDING n Won Lost P. C, 9 r- 8 10 14 10 15 i Medicine Ifat 9 9 Regina 12 jl.ethbri'dge 8 11 Calgary 9 .529 .474 .461 .444 .43B .400. ST. YVES STILL WINNING Butfalo. K. V., June St. ;Yves. tttc runwr, foatert Frank Nebrich, ft locul man in today- Gair.e commences at 6.30 sharp. Gate admission 25c, Grand stand 23c. Rigs free. is now, in sixth place. Their chances for fourth place by the of the .month seem pretty good. Killaly will likely pitch tonigbt for Lethbridge. Killaly is a former Cal- gary man. v Lethbridge went through the Bran- don aggregation like a Chinook wind through a snow bank on Saturday, when they won the doubleheador. i. O Hearn, the Toronto amateur who tried out by Manager Corrigan pn second bano at. Winnipeg and Brandon, failerl to driver the goods lit the bat-ami was dropped. Corrigan says Winnipeg is pot too for I.eHibridge. Two of the threw the Marions copped tile Miners were not won on their but rather hy hard-hick cir- John Simon Makes Desperate Effort to End His Life Near Sun ftiver May Live Great Fails, Mont.; Juno Simon, a German laborer in tho em- ploy of John Feiden, the- florist. whose greenhouses are "located ncni- tho Sun river bridge, yesterday mado Columbus hospital, where his mjur- ies were, attended to by a physician, who stated that he might live, al- though tho chances wen; considerably against him. It is stated that Simon cut far en- ough into his. 'throat to slash his windpipe, which was not completely severed, however. After he had been attended by a physician, he was un- able to speak, but wrote .the follow- ing note in Oermun "The people have been talking that L have been, implicated in this and that and I don't know anything about it. The talk has been going on for two SIMOST." Last evening it was .reported that Simon's condition was satisfactory and thnt he appeared to be growing a determined but ineffectual effort to mo worse. M LYCEUM THEATRj D. MAY.............................Manager ALL THIS The. Big Feature Act Buckley's trained dogs They work alone on the stage The Dale Sisters The aong and dance artists The Lovellos Ventriloquists, in "A Quiet Evening at Home M WEEK LYCEUMSCDPE In the very latest Moving Pictures New Songs Pricos 2oc and 35c Reserve Your Seats by Phone 319 ;