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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDQt. ALBERTA. TUESDAY, JUNE 15, 1908. MaximumStyle, LETHBRIDGE ____ _ "Progress Brand" Clothing is made for men who know and appreciate the best It is not intended to compete with cheap clothing. It is meant to be exactly what it The Highest Expression of The Master Tailor's Art Fashion, fit, service and price are blended in happy combination in IN FOURTH PLACE 'By Defeating Calgary Yesterday Miners Go Up Two Steps Progress Brand" Clothing. There is joy in the hearts of the fans, for did not Corrigun's Porkers put it all over Crist's Curiosities to Hie nino to two? There was fun galore. Tho class of bull was not of the hair-raisin- variety hut -it cer- tainly was of the cheer-raising1 line. Hie crowd loves a game that is full of hitting, and there was certainly plenty of slugging in the game, .'twenty hits in all were put safe and some of those were great drives. I.ynch's triple was some hit. and there wen? some others too. Leth- brklge earned four of their runs, which means some hitting. The field- ;zig was some little part of the show too. All of the .Miners' outfield got liftt-r everything in sight and got it. ChesJy C'ox with three hits and four times glued to the Hying sphere was tho jr.ain guy. Brother Joe was a close second. Kolar. the new man at second. delivered tho goods great styl.-. taking seven chances without a slip. Killaly everlastingly I-ut it to liis old team-mutt's, fanning no less than eight of them. His sup- SPORTS When the King Woo Derby hausted. In the sixth on hits of the Brothers and Chandler's error, an- other was taken I'roin the tally package. A hit iu each innings, aitl- by some mighty fielders" choices, allowed the .Miners to get on ho bases and in the eighth the iinal score was made, although proper ielding would have prevented it. In he last throe inuings it was the [Uickest possible order for the tail- CALGAKY AB R H 0 A E NO GAME TOMORROW The double-header today at the ball park makes a bye to- morrow for Lethbridfif and Calgary goes home to meet Ed- monton. Edmonton also plays two jrames at the Hat today. Winnipeg is at Regina, and Brandon at Mouse Jaw. )onovan, cf 4 Connors, ss 5 Parkf.s, rf 4 Baker, cf 3 Chandler, 2b JJ Smith, :Jb 4 Zwicker, lb 4 (rouche, c 4 Barnsu-ad. p 0 Crist, p 2 1 12 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 BASEBALL-RESULTS Western Canada At i Brandon 0 0 0 0 0 111 1QO 3f> 2 8 24 13 5 port was the real thing. as he was Tailored and Guaranteett by H. Monfroal Sold with a Gturaatce by McKEIVIE McGUIRE tho only man to make an error, one of which was a wild pitch. The visitors did not make much of ia show. The except the new man Smith, who came from Van- couver and j.laved his first game last night. was away of! color. Donovan, the other new man from th place, filled his place all riirht Tho as far corned. LET11 BRIDGE Corrigan, cf Cox, If f> Jack Corrigan, rf Taylor, 3l> Lynch, c Came called account darkness. Batteries Heinrich and Stingle NVidenfuer and Gardner. Umpire Dyer. At Medicine Medicine Hat 200 300 Kolar, 2b Townsend, Ifo Killaly, j> AB R H 0 A E! Edmonton ........t....... 523200 j Batteries N'elson and Ward Lee ojand Uurridge. Umpire Voss. I At Moose 0 Moose Jaw 414 000 "'Winnipeg Batteries Gilchrist, McCartney Ojand Anthony; Miller and Anderson ICdmunds. Umpire Walton. j Northwestern At 0 1 0 0 2 o 3 0 0 12 27 6 2 The Menu at 4 Itie Sifieria Restaurant f is as extensive as any iu the city. Opeii day and night. Everything- in season. game got off to a great start us the local fans were con- The Cristers went out, one. two, three without a struggle. When to bat there they had to show the public how They did it to Brandon. Brother .Joe led off with [hit to short. Connors gol the ba.1 iover to Zwicker, but he dropped it tne home dears cam.; was nothing also to it nimh' Calgary 2 erc een Tacoma Lethbndge 500 201 9 At nummary Karned runs. Calgary 1, s no game, rain. Eastern At Did you ever see wliat the Menu Card at says Did you ever see how. the waitresses and cooks cany out the instruc- tions on the Menu Card Try it! and Joe was safe. Chesty watched his chance and hen Connors ran 'over to .second to catch .Joe trying jto purloin second, he poked a warm ione into the empty place. When Manager Jock stepped up he was j greeted by three of the most popular young lady fans, Misses Murphy. j Grimm and Macdonald, who repre- isynti-d the rhem in presenting jJaek with a bouquet that he will write home about. To show his ap- jpreciation, the manager made a hit which t'handler fumbled and the i bases were full. Taylor drove, a two- bagger to left and two runs came in. Lynch, to keep up the good work, smashed out a triple to the centre field fence and two more runs came in. Barnstead, who was the chief support of the Calgary team two years ago and who started out to do things to the locals last night, was, jerked out at this juncture by Crist, who undertook to do the work him- self. But the good work went on. Bell put up a foul fly which made Smith show his class to get. The K0ka Kolar kid touched Crist for a nice single, scoring Lynch. Town- send flew out to right and Kolar was caught thieving second. Five fine r ut i i i ui tian Lt'thbndge 4. Three-base hit. Lynch, j s Two-base hits, Smith. Donovan, Corrigan' Cox, Jack Corrigan, Tay- lor. Sacrifice hits, Lynch, Killaly. 1 Montreal Stolen bases, Connors, .Joe Corrigan f Providence............ Bell, Kolar 2. Bases On balls, off At Crist 4, of Killaly 3. Struck "out, by Crist 1, by Vining 2, by Killaly 7 10 1 5 11 3 LI 8 JO The winning of the Derby by King Bdward was tho occasion of the greatest excitement ever caused by this or any other race. A writer in the London Daily Mail after describ- ing vividly the race and the sensa- tional finish, goes on to describe the scene in these words After the finish of the great race there was an immediate rush to get out. I slipped out among the first and ran along to the unsaddling enclosure. The King was still in his bowing hat in hand. Then he bent towards the Uueen, spoke a word to her, and went out. The Queen was in ecstasies, receiving con- gratulations with delight, pointing the crowd, e-xplaining how cleverly race had been ridden. A moments passed, and tlu-n tii i King appeared, smiling and bow- on the steps leading down fro-ii lis box to the enclosure. The che-jrs, vhich had not for an instant ceased, vere now redoubled. Down among the crowd his Ma- esty came to lead tho winner in. 2 'he few policemen at hand began to j se vigorous- means to keep the! hrong back. But the King lifted a j eprecating hand. i "Gently, his gesture seem- T d to say. "These are all my loyal j ubjects. They will make way for 0 to pass." 4p It was wonderful how thev did J> VJT3.LC ake way. Those in front constitut- j 4) 1 themselves air emergency hody- iard. They linked arms and form-_________________________________ ed a solid block. Through u narrow I mude in the dense mass homewards or about the next race." cheering humanity the King waik-! "How I Won" without the least sign of appre-1 -when the tapes went up I got nsion. Still smiling, still acknow-, nkvly off fourth or flfth edging salutes, as calm and dehon- j bert Jones' the winning jockey r as ,i he were walking between, was in a good UJoBl es OI soldiers, he made his way to I horse went so Wndly that I had no j where Lord Marcus Beresford stood i trouble to place him. I took up the! ho dmg the winner head. j running coml hm I he bcautuul creature was as calm I fore making Tatienham Corner and BASEBALL To-day at Athletic Park Calgary V.S. 6-3O Stand 25c extra as us royal owner. Its glossy brown I Louviers on my right was going No duubt about it ROCHON is a 5 2 7 2 Wild pitch. bases, Calgary Killaly. Left 9, I.ethbridite on 8. Time. 1.45. Attendance, 850. Um- pire. Donnelly. REMARKS ON THE SIDE Four in a row look good. And two more today make six. Buffalo 4, Baltimore 2. Game called end of third inning, rain. At Jersey City- Toronto.............................. 0 G 1 Jersey City i 40 At Rochester 92 Newark 3 70 National At cold weather, no game. At Pittsburg Uii my was going flanks heaved, ,ts aristocratic nos- stronff. I steacjied >m J nls dilated. But Us eyes had in t.o the rOad> and Louviers IntMn OHlv n I J I OBfc a quiet wonder. ,xs Jones. J with Vulens on my left also going the jockey, smoothed its neck I nol fear k murmured broken words of action h had him set-but I quickly tr- j in connection Hh Diamo J 1 Jubilee, the King's second Derby-win- f net-. Diamond Jubilee was a ho "se sound I of Pecul'a-r temper, and he took nn intense dislike to M. Cannon, who This was !was to nave ridden him in his clas- jsical engagements. Jones at that serving- his apprenticeship i 7 At Philadelphia- 9 1 'stands were waved as enthusiastical- ly as the "bowlers" of the masses j from the Hill. "God Save tho King" was started and taken ne liked with him. This good under- good-will. The Queen brushed away j stanclmi a tear of err.otion. The Princess of un the i Wales sure. positively beamed with plea- As he made his way up the stairs at Egerton House and Diamond Ju- bilee appeared to find a "kindred soul" in the boy, who could do what with li r. resulted in Jones being, giv- mount on him in the Two Thousand Guineas, and he won that race as %vell as the Derby, St. Ledg- er-and the Eclipse Stakes. Jones is Test for yourself Ruction's Handy Kitchen Confectioners and Ice Cream Specialists Minoru forward so early in the sea- son and keep him, a perfectly trained horse on the Two Thousand day, at concert pitch until the Derby. Some time ago, were not when the royal in the ascendant fortunes on the pa city of umpire. Fres. Fleming is going to let out it is difficult to say, but we Philadelphia....................... G 13 1 1 again his Majesty shook hands with one of tfae most skilful g 0.' numbers of his friends, eager to con- Particularly successful with ;gratulate him. Then he vanished what are cal'ed "funny" horses. He j from view, and with a great sigh of cau nave ambitions now- after content the enormous assemblage be-! winninff Derby for the King of No Fottbali Practice Tonight turf, the King bcde Marsh not to be, despondent. "It's all my his Majesty re- marked, "for having such bad hor- ses." all hope it will be Dyer. The practice match arranged for gan to the City Football Teams tonight is either about startin Umpire Donnelh They will 'he given a good TECUMSEHS COMING jgame one evening in preparation for1 AFTER M1NTO CUP who officiated jtneir niatch on Saturday at Pincher I I last night at the Athletic park, madu a good impression with the fans If he does as well in succeeding games jJOE REID he need have no fear of getting him self in disfavor. DEGGE HAVE ARRIVED j j Joe "Reid has arrived and looks to !be 'in.good shape for the -boxing con- and io clai.ni patronage of all the 'he idea is being promoted 'by C. J. Eckstorm. He is always there the right stuff at the correct WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE STANDING Won Lost P. C. 1O Winnipeg ]8 Moose Jaw Medicine Ihit Lethbridg-t> 0 Union Men I As it is run on strictly union principles Rooms in connection John PROPRIETOR home. Zwicker followed with a sin- gle to centre scoring Smith. Goucbg and Crist could do nothing. There .'was nothing doing in the other half. Although an enthusiastic fan from the-Windy City offered a to the first Cristt-r making- a home run, nothing transpired jn the third on side.' With iwo gone in the 'fourth Xwick- ami flouohe marie hits but died ignominoiish. Crist handed out two passes to the first station, l.ut both mad, tho round trip. In the fifth the nraildon visitors fillofj the bases and things 9 looked serious, but flies to the Corri- ifian brothers relieved the situation. ;Two more passes to the home team nearly results! in a score. Taylor be- :ing nipped at the Crist quit and sent in Vining. Considoring the shupe the game was the rntchcr did good work, ii-specially as his support was of the doci-dwlly dumb variety, the supply of pingor apparently having been e.v- Shower baths are -being instated j test with Jack Clark tonight at the under the grandstand at the Lyceum theatre. The bout will corn- park for use by the baseball players. I mence immediately after the show, as all arrangements have been. made. Tickets are on at the Lyceum. 11 8 10 14 11. ir> 14 .474 -461 .423 .301 You can buy the best imported CIGARS AND TOBACCOS And enjoy a smoke, and at the same time enjoy a game of BILLIARDS OR POOL at UPTON'S POOL ROOM Basement Oliver Block You get Good Value for your money At German's His Shoeg are bought right and right, Get your next pair there F, Tte Betide BentleyV ajid at R. W. Wallace's. A Real Sportsman Kichard Marsh, the trainer of Min- oru. has. long enjoyed the patronage j of the King. -Probably he has never Toronto, Ont., Juna Te- flono anything better than to get cumsehs 'leave for New Westminster! on Saturday night following their i match wjth Cornwall. They are due to arrive in New Westminster at ten o'clock the following Wednesday night and as the first game is on Saturday, June 26, the Indians are confident of lifting the cup, especially in view of the excellent showing made by Vancouver against the champions on Saturday. That Spring Tiredness Can't last after you've taken a box or two of FIG PILLS They've proved a boon to thousands why not you'? For sale by ALBERTA DRUG co, 1ISS H. A. DEMPSEY A.T.C.M.- Bachelor of Music (Trin Oniv.) Teacher of piano, organ and theory, principal of the piano dept., Leth- bndge Conservatory of Music. Pu- pils prepared for all examinations. For terms address Lethbridge Con- servatory of Music, "or residence, cor Arbyle Ave., and Bartlett St Phone 244. Those Who Lack a thorough business train- ing, always have the hardest work and poorest pay. Write a letter to Leth- bridge's School of Business. Garbutt Business College, Stafford Block, and let. them tell you.how to take a step higher. GEO. J. SCHMIDT, Prin., P. O. Box 129! JOE FIGHTS JACK CLARKE, AT LYCEUM TONIGHT AT THE EUREKA Great Banjo Hit Made Medley to Tune of "Merry Widow." and the applause brought them back to the stage several times after the act. Koilins and Klifton the banjo artists are the best banjo toam jthat has appeared here this season.' jThfc gentleman is a master with this At the Eureka this week there instrument, and pleased the audience two good acts, which last night made j particularly by his imitations of ai: good to a packed house, iold darky playing the banjo, seated on Forrester and Lloyd put up a good j a cotton bale on the brinks of the string of comedy and the lady of the j Mississippi. Several classical and team ir, a graceful dancer with a j popular selections wore rendered and dainty style all her own. But the the team made-a decided hit. The jhit they made was to the tune of pictures were up to Eureka standard the "Merry Widow" in a medley o! and a good variety was shown. LVCEUM THEATRE D. ALL THIS WEEK LVCEUMSCDPE In the very latest Moving Pictures The Big Feature Act Buckley's Trained Dogs They.work alone on the stage The Dale Sisters The song and dance artists The Lovelies Ventriloquists, in "A Quiet Evening at Homo New Songs Prices 25c and 35c Reserve Your Seats by Phone 319 ;