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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LfcTHBHIDGE, ALBERTA, THURSDAY, JUNE 17, IMN. I What to Wear in Sunny days Ladies' department Roya! Worcester Princess Hip, :uul nil the latest styles, per to The Famous B. C. Ladies Dressing v.-lme with collar and The very thing for summer wear. Kegulnr price. iXow (inly.............................................. Si.50 Dressing embroidered collars and belt effect. Regular 82.35. For White Lawn fronts, long tucked sleeves, collars trimmed with fine val .lace. Bought direct manufacturers in large quantities. Wonderful Values. The prices are: Regular for Regular Regular S2.T5 Regular for Please calf and inspect them. Shirt from fine English print imported direct from the Mother Laitd Children's department Children's Lawn Organdies and ilnll. Made in, Mother Hubbard and French dresses, also with the Dutch yokes. Each, from......................................... 903 to Children's Wash all colors of Duck and English Galatea and Linens. For boys and girls. Each..................................................................... 35c, 45c and 50c Men's Department A Lot of Choice Patterns of Cambric each. Reduced to clear to Lawn Tennis collars..............Each Outing Comfort Ceylon Flannel Silk Striped Outing Shirt .....................Each HAT SPECIALTIES Men's Fine Straw -Hats .......................Each .............................75c to Men's Boater Hats ............................From Zephyr Cloth Hygenic Hats ....................Each ...................'.............'.7. Waterproof Hats ..............................Each ......................................75c White Linen Hats ............................Each .-.....................................85o Men's Fedora oil colors................Each Men's Fancy with dots or stripes. .Each to Men's Black ASpacca Sizes...........Each MEN'S SUITS Men's Tweed, striped patterns .....Regular Men's fTwo-Piece Summer Suits ................-Regular for Men's Blue Serge-Single and Double Breasted___Regular for....................: A Train Load of Groceries arriving, consisting of Two Cars Groceries, One Car British Columbia Sugar, One Car Salt, One Car Rolled Oafs, One Car good, sound Potatoes BY BUYING DIRECT IN URGE QUANTITIES WE SECURE FRESH GOODS AND THE LOWEST PRICES HUDSON'S BAY CO. Shrubb To Run i in Calgary Calgary, A Ha., -June 17. J. F. the local long distance runner. has decided to turn profes- sional and race .John JD. Marsh. i i Fitz came to this .decision yester- i day and signed up tc meet Marsh in 'Ixlinonton on .June 23, and a. return i match in Calvary some date between j J uly 1 and 8. i Marsh will leave for Edmonton to- day and Fitzg'erakl will go up later. (The local man thinks he can beat j Marsh at 15 miles and if he succeeds i in winning it will guarantee him a race with Shrubb towards the end of I.July. Marsh has just Veceived a let- from Shrubb, stating- that he will be going through to Vancouver and likely to stop over in Calgary during the trip. I Tuarsh will answer the letter and i oiler Shrubb a match in Calgary. providing he- wins. stuteJ V.that s-houlcl ho succeed in his race against Marsh he will take on S-hrubb BO that in any event Shrubb is book- SPO WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE STANDING Won Lost P. C. Winnipeg 18 11 .621 j Moose Jaw 17 11 .607 Medicine Hat 12 8 .600 Calgary 12 14 .461 Kegina....................... 13 16 .448 Loth-bridge 9 12 .429 Brandon 11 16 .407 lOdmonton 9 14 .391 i ed to run here about the latter of next month. end AMATEURS WERE BADLY TROUNCED .What was intended for a comedy turned out to bo a burlesque at the baseball park last night, when a bunch of local amateurs stacked up against the professional aggregation that Manager Corrigan has corralled to uphold the honor of the metrop- olis of -Southern Alberta on the> dia- mond.. Nearly every hotly on the stage entered into the turn took. The amateurs got a severe at- tack of stage fright ami saw all sorts-of things ahead of them. Vis- ions of 'being Lajoies. C'obbs and Browns gave them all a weak feeling aroun-d the knees, a shaking of the hands and stars lioatiny beiYn> their optics. They did not play by any means as well as they would have in any ordinary case, but this.was ex- traordinary with the emphasis on the ex. The pros, took the game as a joke under the circumstances and as- sisted ably in the burlesque. The star performer was -a man who under- took to handle the indicator. He was a proper joke and the fun of it was he could not it. His decis- ions were of "the quickness of the hand 'deceives the eye" style, and were certainly wonderful in. their own line. He did not take kindly to Chesty's suggest ion that a Idd take his place although the grandstand saw the aptness of the joke. i The locals three pinchers. Clark held them down to three hits! BASEBALL RESULTS Western Canada At Calgary- Edmonton 010 000 5 6 Calgary 110 200 6 0 Batteries lUcXeil and Crist and C.ouchee. At Swift Current- Moose Jaw Regina 100 040 7 Batteries Smith and Anthony Xeident'uer and Gardner. Umpire, Dyer. Game called in eighth to allow the teams to catch a train. At Medicine Hat- Hat. postponed on account of wet grounds. Eastern At Providence, I Montreal, 1. At First Buffalo, -J- Baltimore, 3. (Second Game) Baltimore, 4 Buffalo, 7. At Jersey (First game) Jersey City, 3 Toronto, 5. (Second Garae) City, 3 Toronto, 7. At Rochester, 1 Newark, 2. National At Pittsburg, 2 Xew York, S. At Chicago. 3 Brooklyn, 1. At St. Louis. Boston, 3. At Cincinnati, 1 'Philadelphia, 7. American At ChK-a-ro. H Boston. 4. At Xevr Cleveland, 4 N'e'fc York, 3. At Detroit, 4. You get .in two innings and quit. The re- i 2 ;-St. Louis, 3. doubtable Spud went on the At .-lino with Rfcul doing the reviving. Philadelphia, 'His iVllou'v countryman. Taylor, abused by knocking out two triples, but the rest got- only three hits. Ross Tate finished up the :game and was touched up for two hits in the one innings. Lynch and Joe Corrigan kept the hoys swinging hard and doing little. Tommy Evans is credited with two- hits. Ji'urphy and Brandow got a single each and Reid knocked out a beautiful triple. The fielding stunts were not sensa- tional except for their ridiculousness.. The Pitton cf. Wray rf. Nicholson In, Brundow and Reid c. -Tosh 3Ioore ss, Evans 2b, j Helgerson ]f. Goo. Moore 3b, Clark, Murphy and Tate p. Professionals .Joe Corrigan cf and p. Cox To, Canty rf, Taylor 3b and If, Lynch p and 3b, Bell ss. Kolar 2b, Townsend c, Kilialy cf, Gebeau cf. The score- Amateurs 000 100 1 Professionals BRANDON TO-DAY plays ball here to- day, tomorrow and Saturday. Although Brandon .has lately taken a slump in the league race, the Angels are reckoned as a high class team and it is only a question of the date when they will hit a winning gait and commence to climb to one of the foremost positions in the league. Lethbridge will have to play their best kind of a game to win if the Wheat j City team going-right. Good Value for your money At German's His Shoes are bought right and sold right. Gret your next pair there F. The Beside Bentley's k 1 4 'f 1 4 k I OTTO BURNS Decatur, 111., June Burns1' isn't a pretentious name, but its owner is the hero of Illinois just now. It President Taft and Burns were introduced in Decatur, the lat- ter would get the noisiest reception for he's the lad who pitched and won the 6 inning game for Decatur against BJoomington, breaking the world's long-distance record. Opposed on the mound by Pitcher Clark, one of the best in the Three-1 league, Burns held up his end and was- freshed at the finish than his more experienced opponent. What makes Bums feat the more noteworthy is the fact that it was his first game this season. Found pitch- ing independent ball at Greenville, 0... last year, he was signed by De- catur as an, outfielder bee he could hit. Then he as used in the infield and hen the team needed a pitcher he volunteered. Having shon something in practice, he was picked t0 pitch Decoration day. Iltll wllas the intention to play a ington fans tnrned out for the bar- gain. At 2 o'clock the game began and at 7.05 it ended, -when Purtell smashed a three-base hit against the fence in right, scoring Fisher. Blooniington scored J'a run in the inning on an error, a steal and ja hit. Decature tied this score in i the third, and from this point to the j twenty-sixth not a glimmer of a run i was to be seen. Burns is not puffed up over his performance and the attention paid to hire. He is modest and rarely speaks unless spoken to. Tall well built, he is but 3, and apparent- ly has a bright baseball future. LADIES' DAY Dominion Day Celebration JULY 1st, I9O9 THBER BASEBALL-Taber is. Icttbrilje Imateuri LACRQS SB-Tiber n lettWigi Big Roping Contest Excursion Train from Lethbridge ry city in the Canada Loagut is cntillo Day on eh when the fair sex jirc niirtrd frtH' to the eramistainl. i.vcii s-olccttxl .'is in Lt'tlibridtri- ihi. to Uio and exercisr your in behalf of the homo t trrn ii to has Dny the jl 4 You can buy the best imported CIGARS AND TOBACCOS And enjoy a and at the same time enjoy a BILLIARDS OR POOL at UPTON'S POOL ROOM Basement Oliver Block ;