Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 1901. SPO A SEVERE BEATING ASCOT RACES OPEN Ciarke-Reid Ascot. Juno Th.- Royal Ascot, the race mooting of society, and the i event that brings tho season to a close, opened todat with a pro- j inise of clear skies and an auendamv j never before eqiullivt in it her bril- j liance or number. The royal ;.roces- i sion, which made Us way from j sor Castle to the tvya! facing the course, consisted twelve four-horse opv-n r.irria with equerries, and in uniforms.. of royal scarlft. in accordance with the custom when ills MaVsty. :h-> King, drives in stall'. The thre.- carrirtses were occupied by niomb'Ts of the roya! family. In th-- foar'li was the Countess of Cranard, ihr Countess of Cosford. the Several and .Marquis of while other distinguished are truests at Wmdsor wi.-ek followed in the i'he trial of 1" with fur ;hrtv year-olds, distance seven furlongs, and 1 yards, was bv Mie.hon Bean Swift was second and Edlam third, Am one the six start- ers was James It. The Coventry stakes of. 10 suvi rei.cr.- each with .l.Oufi sovereigns addvd for two-year-olds, distance five furlongs. wa.s won by The chi'stnut colt Gillinule. out of Admiration. Yellow Slave was second and X'.vl third. AmotiiT the starrrrs Auirust fklmont's Merry Last ;-nd IT. P. Whitney's Ariiess. Crist's Calgary Colts Gave Them Awful Walloping Bout a Draw TIi. iiiteen-round boxing- contest at the Lyceum, last between Jack In the Double-Header. Yesterday It's horrible to but it must e done. Licked just some. unkud Ye whittfw.ish i. s' unked twic.-. Good ii i teen tn two coats and all io one dav jnway ami die with a hope of a I ious resurrection lotnorrow when His Shoes are bought right and sold Get your nest pair there I lieid was declared a Keteree Hozelton. mi.'.'i w.-'v anxious tc win and ;.uht riirht. through for all that tiiei.'i. Clarke took advan- ery by going to his both hands. Iv.-id showed ;o ;i '-cry careful fighter tivui'.'iy c. I over at blocking, as r.o seinl'lanci? of a knock- nv and both men Seem- iSon 01 rw jiuiu f'onir at the finish as at the i i i 'he decision was cor- j 'ji.e-M.on. ties, to take! Not satisfied with s: round she principals wast-j ott -the defeat of Monday th--y in coming together. They j riibbvd it m by taking another in the ni.ikin-- Way. is sweet and left to body and face, jaruj hani to satisfy. Hut just wait iui any damaging effect. tin Corkers get at them betw-.-en tho men, j ag-ajn_ ..viU be do- or-en and Clarke. jnjr ,-ound about thai f-.aif hour, by putting in a! Cal-arv cook the afternoon -ame his did not worry !from LoLhbridge ..-uito h the first innings the vrair.t- was sign on all the iug 'nitiers. C.uiiy for was wild, after 'Moose rounds wc-re charac- j uml lie-iiu mueh same sort of ;hils takcn ollt ,he box ih.> firsr. and wt.re about :Gebeau b.sSOS uirou-h, with with ono Jnan dou.n 13 I'ldmonton y Brandon n GEO. S. STARLING, Managing Director, PRESENTS THE Boston Grand Opera Co, In two of the most Famous Masterpieces of World-Wide Fame. MONDAY NIGHT, June 21st, Donizetti's Lucia di Lammermoor" An Operatic Dramatization of Sir Walter Scott's famous novel "The Bride of Lammermoor." TUESDAY NIGHT, June 22nd, Gonoud's Immortal Opera FAUST" MME. JUDITH M. FRANCINI, Prima Donna Soprano Sopranos: Miss Lois Paschal, Miss Cora Hayden Tenors: Signor Pietro Gherardi, Mr. Henry E. Olds Contraltos Grcca Ricci, Freda Corrison Baritones: Signor AchilleAIberti, Signer Daniel Cantori Bassos Mr. John McDonald, Mr. Guisippc Luick Grand Opera Chorus and Orchestra. Orchestra under the Direction of Roberta E. Fraiicini. Presented under the artistic Stage Direction of Sig-nor Achilla Alberti. PRICES SALE OPENS AT THE BOX OFFICE THURSDAY AT TEN O'CLOCK. QUESTION RE RECORD Correspondent wishing to know Alberta amateur quarter-iiiile and records should write to or Kdiuonton V. .M. C. A. back f- (he fiiir-hairod irst oi' it. This Afier this they to the finish'. the end of r-iderable at tent ion and hooked a num- nd lie.id's ear. straight left to it back wit.h U 70 0 U 1 0 Fig Pills for Fa ggd People i Amateurs Vs. Pros. Tonight There will be a real live baseball g-ame tonight when a picked team JOHN D. MARSH good ciituice 01 beating- Marsh. Of LOOKING FOR RACES. COIirae FiUBeraJtl is but June U. Harsh, whe-ther he would -jve up hjs ama- runner u-ur standing- to take a crack at the ila'ra- champion remains to be 01 Winnipeg, long distance and the Canadian LKTHB RIDGE Jiei'.h.-r jnan was in ion oilier i hail Clarke's! r, i Jack Corrigan. rf s kia'n.-ys showed marks U Lynch, c jBcll, ss -'oe C-orriiran, cf CRICKET MATCH STARTED Townsend, ll> ,omJon. June started j Canty, p in test, match between p and I-In-land. The English) side was dismissed for 2fi9 i-uns. The' luul scored 17 runs with no1 Score by j wickets down play encied for the Calgary 1 Lethbridsre 30 10 li'.L'T 10 AB it Li O A 3 0 A 2 JJ 4 u t) 3 2 4 0 0 -2 -i o i 4 .0 o -i o o i ...4 0 2 0 ..4 0 O 13 0 0 0 0 u 0 0 from the City Leaffu, will stack up thon> _ >3 his brother Joe, who Marsh has been running for several Nicholson lb Brandow and Reid c 1O Jolmny in ail this season he has been in Josh Moore ss Evans 2b Hel-erson races. Marsh is on his better form than ever before, aud in Are toe great upbuilding medi- U Moore 3b cl' i to the coast, but stopped oxer winning Canadian Marathon he o: the and oM'slrt. points fo? a starteTaltl wilTZ' re-! g6t ilieved later by Murphy and Reid who is at pros- iocai man to take on. so that those I with Shaddick as" reserve j r m -ood ten or interested in running races will b The local have the idea I Fl" abl" seo him in action, that they can make a" showing against the professionals, and the crowd will see one of the hardest struggles ever seeo on the diamond. The game will start at fi.30 sharp. It is to be hoped that the fans will turn out in full force to cheer both teams ami help on the fun. cine of the age. 0! in life after you've taken a box or two. 25 cents a box ur five boxes for a dollar. 1 For sale by Alberta Drug Co. 1 0 0 34 0 7 "27 17 -1 Dominion Day Celebration JULY 1909 THBER BASEBALL-Tatep letliiiridp LACROSSE-TateP vs. letttKpMge Big Roping Contest Excursion Train from Lethbridge 050 200 O'H't 000 0 i i bununarv Two-base hits, Chand- ler. Smith, Kolar. hits, -Baker, I'arkcs. Su.Lr. Lases. Wheel- er. Bases on balls, off off Gebeau 4. of Parkes 1. Iiouble plyy, Connors to ChandlT-r to Jack Corri-an :o to Town-' send Cox to to Struck jout, by P.irkes o, by Cdnrau 1. Left .on bases, Calvary Leihbridge j Umpire. .Donnelly. i i (Second Game) i The second gajno was only half as i bad as the first in so far that the score was only half the size. As to the play, the second was just about twice as worse. A certain Mr. Stiind-1 ridge, a (ling artist for the Whil F or Dressers FOOTBALL TONIGHT A practice match will be held on the Square tonight by the city "foot- ball team and a picked bunch from the different clubs. The following is 's i the city line-up, which will also re- present Lethbridge at Pincher Creek on Saturday Boss, goal Anderson and Wellington, backs Stophenson, Chiswick and SIcllvinie., half-backs Rudti, Faunch, White, Holberton and McMillan, forwards. Palmist Dahedenah. tj- v lui UiivJ All. Lt_; JuxctJUl'CM.C'J.JClIi. >x, was some jiitcher. He did not) marvellous Indian palmist and strike out very many but the swat- i Phrenologist, is educated, and has sters facing him could not touch him made a life study of scientific j up safely. Ju.ck Corrigan got half i palmistry. Consult her on all the hits of! him, but they did not j matters of importance, whether business, or heart affairs. w. V isit her and be convinced. She Miners' error column was the 1-iij- j knows her business. Room 20, g-est of the lot and lots of mistakes New Hill Block, known as the BASEBALL RESULTS Western Canada At Medicine (First game) Edmonton i................ 4 Medicine Eat 010 001 6 Betteries Sterling and Burridge Goodwin, Welsh and Ward. Umpire, Fit-Reform Sack Suits 15 to we have created an entirely new style in 3 button Sack Suits. Not only are lapels, pockets and cuffs different from former, are, also. went abroad for the Tweeds and gorthe best in England, Scotland and Ireland. 19 come at the right time. Only did the Miners get to third. The Educational and Entertaining A BEWiLcr.RiNc Military Tattoo, Navassar La from ficM, SEVEN SUCCESSJVE HOLIDAYS EXCURSIONS FROM EVERYWHERE Yon buy UK- hi-st, imported CIGARS AND TOBACCOS And enjoy a smoke, tind at srimo time iMijoy a garni; of T IARDS OR POOL QL ROOM bary tion to keep the CANADIAN and hone-headed plays were- made British Rooming HOUS3. Hours that could not well be registered, j 10 a lllj to 9 p.m. Pieh pitched a good game but no support after the third inning. I Calgary pi.iypd pennant-winning j ball. The new men. Smith and Don- ovan. again showed thyjr class in- all j departments of the .game. Donovan j took a triple] a double and two sin- 1 gles from Pieh in five times up.-; There was good hall "played in spots. several fast double having boon i pullttl off, CALGARY AH u n o A Donovan, If o 3 0 0 (Second G-ame) 1 Medicine Hat 100 100 2 _ Batteries Smith and Nye and Ward. At Moose Jaw- Moose .Jaw 006 201 Connors, ss 12 11 1 2 13 o 15 Chandler, 2b Smith. 3b................ Zwicker. lb Whet'k-r, cf r> 0 0 2 (louche, c................. 5 o 1 1 Standridgc, p 1 0 Crist, p 0 0 0 0 RAILWAY Excursion Rates -10 5.10271-1 2 AB K II" O A 1C Corrigan. cf 4 0 i> 0 1 2 Cox. If 301210 Corrigan. rf 4 03200 Taylor. 0 O r, f, 2 Lynch, c 302520 Eell. ss O o 1 2 1 KoJar, 2b 3 004 2 TOwnseiHl. Jh 20082 I P 4 0 0030 31 0 C> 27 17 8 Summary KurnwJ runs, Calgary 2 SEATTLE To New Westminister, Vancouver. Victoria and Seattle. LIMIT 60 DAYS Tickets on sale daily, May 29th to Sept. 80th. Stopover Privileges. For further particulars apply to S. B. Agent, Lethbridge J. E. PBtXTOR, D. P. A., Calgary Brandon 001 000 3 Batteries Carson and Anthony Earl and Stingle. Umpire, Cameron, At Winnipeg 000.020 3 jttejpna 4.00 000 5 j Batteries Spciser and Anderson i Gold rich and Gardner. Umpire Dyer. t Eastern I At I (First Game) 1 Rochester 3 10 2 Xewark G 1.1 1 (Second Game) Rochester 491 Newark 381 At Buffalo 5 10 1 Baltimore 2 f> 2 At f Montreal-............... 5 11 1 Providence ..........................10 11 1 i At Jersey (First Game) Toronto 894 Jersey CiT.y 6 8-4 (Second Gome) Jersey Ciiy ........................11 14 0 Toronto 3 fi 0 American At Boston- Cleveland 682 Boston 7 Ifi C At Philadelphia- Philadelphia 3 10 1 St. Louis 1 3 2 At Washington 2 f> 0 Detroit i 62 McKELVlE McGUIRE Sole Agents for Lethbricke, SHOE POLISH Stays Shined. Dust won't dull it Rain won't spot it Darapproof and waterproof. Keeps out moisture. Softens and preserves the leather. Jutt put it on, nib two or three times with a brush or cloth and a brilliant and lasting shine results.