Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, SATURDAY, JUNE (9, IM9. MACLEOD BROS. The Great Clothiers of the Great West LETHBRIDGE CRABB STREET CALGARY FIRST STREET EAST THE ROAD OF LOW PRICES LEADS- STRAIGHT TO OUR STORE SUIT SALE: uml Suits in 20th Century Semi-Ready AXD OTHER GOOD MAKES Sale -Ptice BANKRUPT STOCK of Atliey at less than you can buy the cloth for. Suits that Fit and Fit to "Suit TWO-PIECE SUITS Worth to Sale Price and BOYS 1 3-PIECE SUITS Suits worth to Sale Pi ice your acLeod Bros., CALGARY. THE GREAT CLOTHIERS OF THE GREAT WEST HALF-PRICE HAT SALE Soft Regular price. Sale S Price. 65 00 25 75 00 B. Stetson Railroad Saturday onlv a Fine Balbrig'.oraTi, in pale blue and flesh color..'......45c Double Thread .65c Siikett NEGLIGEE .collars attached'and combi- .1 Lot 1. Sale Crepe price Silk price Pure Silk in Ecro Rajah Silk in .Ecro NEW STYLE IN STIFF HATS In Black Nutria and Straw Sailors at ......50c. 65c, and Panama 86.0t7 and .Linen...............-30c to 90c 'Ask to see our Sailor at OUR TERMS ARE CASH TO ALL MONEY BACK IF NOT SATISFIED THE GREAT CLOTHIERS OF THE GREAT WEST CRABB STREET, Between DUFFERIN and REDPATH LETHBRIDGE TEAM TAKES SWEET REVENGE Lezie, Miners' New Pitcher, a Puzzle To Brandon i -'oy Joy in the presence of i the Angels but not among them. The i joy .is in the camp of the Miners with i the Angels looking on. What a clif- i ference a few short hours make. The despised Miners, beaten unmercifully the night before, did -indeed take courage and do things. Every man on the team chuck full of ginger and played for all he was worth. j The Brandon outfit played some ball, of the--same order-as j the winners. But 'the real hero was the new southpaiy. who has I been attached to the Mining st-afT. JHe is a lixture if be keeps up such work as he dkl last night. six innings not'an Arrgel' got a j and only two got to first, or rather one man g'ot there twice, Stihgle I taking a couple in the slats. Thoiup- son himself famous by taking a- triple off Liezie and then following it up with a double, -They were both i beautiful hits and won the glad hand' from the crowd. That is all- the ag- gressive work the Angels did. What the Miners did 'is a long and varied story. They hit the -delivery of the big husky slab artist who glories in the name of Roosevelt for eleven hits. They purloined fourteen bases, keeping Stingle on the jump all the time. Bell stole six himself, which for one game is corralling a j few. They fielded right up to the j notch, getting after everything that was ;gettab1c. B'n Liezie was the real candy kid. The way he handed them out was something elegant. He struck out five. -That is nothing re-, markable, but he made the hatters put their efforts exactly where they could be checkmated. "Lynch caught one of the best games seen here. In the first innings he threw only isix balls and in the fifth only four. which shows good pitching and good support. The Miners started right out. to win in a hurry. Joe walked, went forward on a passed ball. Cox went out. Jack got free transporta- tion. Lynch fouled out but Johnny Taylor realized the responsibility resting- upon him and lined out a hit through second scoring the brothers. Bell kept up the good work by hit- ting to short left, scoring "Long- boat." Kolar tried to dodge a ball but it hit his bat. bunted fair, and he went out, pitcher to first. In the second Townsend took a body blow. Liezie landed on one and in the .frantic effort to double up Townsend with him an Angel threw ball away. Townsend died but the pitcher romped home. A hot one by Brother Joe to short was well stopped but Joe got there. Cox got a life and both did some stealing. Jack poked out a hit and the bell rang twice- Rogers dropped Lynch's fly and Jack came in on the throw. A comedy on the part of the An- gels made another run in the third. The manager opened up the fourth with a two-bagger to right centre. Lynch gave the sphere an awful lift for two bags. Taylor gave up his life, a willing sacrifice. Bell took. a free ride but the rest could do noth- ing for him. Lynch was caught, stealing home. In the sixth the prettiest play of the season was pulled off. Jack had knocked out his third successive hit. Lynch advo need him one alter he had stolen second. Taylor died and Bell came up. He was to bunt. Jack came right away up, slid home just as Bell made his bunt end beat it out. Kolur brought Bell 'home with a double sacker to left. Stingle end- ed the inning by making a good catch of a foul from Townsend. The. of the season will come -tonight when Brandon will put in their southpaw Heinrich, who has not lost a game this year. The ers feel like getting after him the last time they up against niui they made eleven hits to the Angels two and then got -beaten. They in- tend to get the hits and runs this time. The detailed score AS R H 0 A E 011-0 0223 Mdrrell. 2b 50 Miller, ss 40 Thompson, lb 4- 2 '2 8 1 0 Stingle, c 110810 Brown. 3b 301210 Ronesch, If 3 0 ,0 3 0 0 Kogers, cf 300001 Stanley, rf 3 ;0 00 0 0 Roosevelt, p 3 0 0 0 o 0 29 3 3 24 12 4 LETHBRIDGE AB R H O A E Joe Corrigan. cf 232400 Cox. If 51110 0 Jack Corrigan. rf 4 4 3 2 0 0 Lynch, c Taylor. 3b 4 1 .1 0 3 0 Bell, ss 2 1 '2 0 2 0 Kolar, 2b 501131 Toxvnsemi, lb 3 0 0 13 0 0 Liezie. p 4100 4 i 33 11 11 27 14 2 By innings 3. Lethbridge 341 102 11 Summary Earned runs, Brandon 1, 3. Three-base Thompson. Two-base hits, Thomp- son, Jack Corrigan, Lynch, Kolar. hits. Brown, Lynch, Bases on "balls, off Roosevelt 6? off Lizzie jl-, Hit by pitcher, .2. Townsend, .Toe Corrigan. Stolen bases. Stanley, Joe Corrigan 2, Cox Jack Corrigan zie. Left oh Brandon.- Leth- bridge S. Double plav. Miller to Morrell to Brown. Struck .out, bF Roosevelt by Liezife, '5. Passed balls, Stingle 2. Wild pitch, Roose- velt 2. Time 1.50. Attendance 500. Umpire Donnelly. BASEBALL RESULTS American. At Washington- Washington 5, St. Louis 0. At Philadelphia- Philadelphia 3, Detroit 1. At New Cleveland 10, New York 4. Eastern At Newark- Montreal 1, Newark 4, At Providence- Rochester 4. Providence 2. At Jersey Jersey City 2. Buffalo 8. At Baltimore 3, Toronto 2. Northwestern At Seattle- Portland 5, Seattle 8. At Aberdeen 3, Tacoma 4. At Vancouver 1, Spokane 0. RACES AT VICTORIA, B. C. Victoria, B. C., June re- sults of races at Willows track tp4ay. were as follows First race, selling, six furlongs, Srddington; 1.12, won; Zealty, 97, second R. H. Flaherty, 120, third. Time, 1-17 2-5. Second race, selling, four, Saraotta won. Cinnamon second, Fire third. Time, 1-52. V Third race, selling, five furlongs-' All Alone won, Curriculum second, Sir Andus third. Time 1.03 3-5. is Fourth race, one mile and 70'yards Ed. Ball won. Capt. Burnett second; Fantastic third. Time, 1.47. .-Fifth race, seven furlongs My Pal won. Traffic second, Aftermath third Time, 1.30. Sixth race, five furlongs: Hattie Dobson won. Adena second, Alice F. third. Time, 3-5. r ENGLISH CRICKET London, June are the scores in yesterday's cricket Middlesex vs. Essex, former has 439 runs for seven wickets. Surrey has 1S7 Sussex.-76 for 51 Yorkshire; vs Leicestershire, former has 390, '-for seven wickets. Lancashire 310, Kent 13 for twelve. West of Scotland vs. Australians, 102 for two wickets.. SHOE POLISH is different from any other the brightest and blackest. Quickest to shine longest to stay shined. It is real Shoe Insur- ance. Feeds and preserves the leather. 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