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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDQE, ALBERTA, MONDAY, JUNE 21, II What the Power of Cash will Accomplish in the following Week at Gray's FOR THE WEEK COMMENCING TUESDAY, JUNE SUPPLIES. TO BUY RIGHT IS TO SELL RIGHT. 22, '09, WE ARE MAKING SPECIAL PRICES ON TRADESMEN'S, CONTRACTORS' AND HOUSEHOLD WE'RE IN RIGHT, COMING AND GOING. COMPARE OUR PRICES WITH WHAT YOU HAVE BEEN PAYING AND THEN COME IN AND SEE US. Artisan's List Butt Gauges, No. Mortise and mark ing gauges Xo. 91 ........80C Mortise and mark ing gauges, Xo. 1 .-.........65C Spoke shaves G9C ra- zor Wade, first quality ___90C Draw kniveg. ra- zor blade, first quality Lace cutters 75c Sliding Teo Bev- els .....40c Up Iron squares at 50c up Iron squares. X. P. 51.25 up CHISELS fiemiine Marples socket firmer, hevel edge, leather tiped e.his- els, guaranteed. Price 1-4 in. 45c; 5-16 ;uul 3-8 in. SOCJ. l-'J in- 55CJ 3-4 in. 60CJ 1 in. 65c: J J-l in. 70c; 1 1-2 in. SOCJ :K in. Sets of chisels from 1-8 in. to Per set" .7.25 PLANES Bailey's iron block, ea. wood smooth Baileys' iron smooth plane Bailey's iron -lack plane Bailey's iron fore SAWS Henry Bisston celebrated hand saws, Atkin's hand saws, tempered blade, well finished, carved han- dle. Blue Beard, Disston compass saws 12 x ea.-......................65c Shurley Deitrieh's compass 12 x 14. ea..................SOC HAMMERS Jas. Smart's X. P. tempered steel, 1 1-2 David May dale's celebrated h-iio mers, tnd Fayette R. Plumb's nail ham- mers, ebony ndle., n. P- bead. Mail Orders Promptly Attended to MarsbalHown brick Whitman and Harries' brick hum- mer. .las. Smart, brick hammer Blacksmith hammer, 2 lb., ranted ...................65C Blacksmith hammer, 2 1-2 lb.. warranted 75C Hellers hammer, Farrier's hammer, ea.......55C Tack hammers .........15s up SETS (jemiine Taiutor's saw sets Perfect saw sets ...........60c Dist. saw sets .............750 Stearns' saw sets Try squares. Xo. 20 x 4 1-2 35c Try squares, Xo. 20 x 7 1-2 45c Try squares. No. x y ....50c Try squares, Xo. 20 x 12....75C MEASURING TAPES Steel measuring tapes, 6 ft. 75c Steel meas. tapes, 100 ft. Linen measuring tapes, 50 ft., ChestermanX leather case Linen measuring: tapes, 66 ft. Chesterman's, leather case Universal, 66 ft............7Sc 5Q ft. Ea. .......40C Stanley's levels, Xo. 102, ea, 500 Stanley's levels, Xo. 0 Stanley's levels. Xo. 30 HOUSEHOLD LIST Artisans' Stanley's levels, Xo. 05 Stanley's levels, Xo. Kahone's, Xo. 104" Rabone's, Xo. 108 Pocket levels, ea 20J Jas. Smart's guaranteed bench axes, ea. and Fowler's guaranteed bench axes, ea...................... 65C CARPENTER'S RULES I Stanley's plain 2 ft. rule fift. t full bound, 2 ft. rule.? hateheis, ra. g hatchets, ea. 3RACES 1 ft. rule ft.'ful! .50c .75C Xo. 54. pin. ft. rule Xo. 1-2. 'Ea..................400 Stanley's full bound ft. rule, (ifi 3-4 ...............85s Stanley's full houttd 2 ft., extra hvy. Labom Xo. T2 1-2 heav rul 855 with level, 1 rule, 6 ft 75C rule. 5 ft 60C driver Xo. Miller 'Falls 75C SG3 up S1.25 up 1.35 ea. screw driver Xo. 2J ea. The Miller Falls company have worked an rado in their line by out first gnule inniing urxls and as a result at the present date they aitonl to place on the mar- ket their extensive line at a re- markablv figure. At Gray's this week, per lb........................25c Xow is the time to get a Good Hammock Cheap. We have some beautiful shades at a moderate figure, ran pins: from...............................' to SCREEN DOORS They are going fast, but we have a REFRIGERATORS Zinc lined Porcelain lined few left from to to "THERMA" The latest invention in the washing machine line. It works automatically and requires little, or no exertion. At Gray's, ea. Contractors' List NAIL LIST We have the best price on nails in the city. Compare these pric- es with you have been pay- in p. Common o 2 1-2 3 3 1-2 o and 6. Wire. 1 1-4 1 1-2 o 2 1-2 3 Finishing. This car won't last long, so get in on a good thing. Canada Paint Co. decorator's pure lead Boiled oil, Xo. 20 .........30c Turps Elephant R. M. Paint, the best fit the best price gal. Tar paper, per roll.........85c Pin. Building paper, per roll 75c C BUILDER'S HARDWARE Inside-mortise sets. o.c. fin. per Front door mortise sets, o.f. fin- ish, Rim knobs, jet or pore. Per doz. We have some beautiful and new designs in lock sets at a very moderate figure. It costs noth- ing to look. B-E-R-R-Y B.R.O-S. spells "FIRST QUALITY" in varnish. Liquid granite, per gal Extra Darnar, per ALABASTINE Church's Alabastine has gained a reputation, as the first grade in Kalsomine. At package .................50C D. handled and long handled socket shovels and spades TELEPHONE SIXTY SIX SPORTS AND AMUSEMENTS Stingle, c 4 1 2 10 0 jO Honesch, 2b 3 11 0 2 0 Rogers, rf 412000 Heinrich, p 302030 Kelly, cf 401400 Jox. If 3 0 1 0 0 Oj Jack Corrigan, rf 1 0 1 3 1 Lynch, c.................. 4 0 Taylor, 3b 3 0 ANGOjfwON LAST GAME Well We lost the odd. But what's the odds The Miners were beaten by the Angels, whom they trounced so unmercifully the night before. Afore than that, they got whitewash- ed and worse than that, for no fewer than five of the Angels found their way home. But nobody kicks. The five hundred people who were there are all good sports, and they are satisfied even if the team was beaten five to nothing. It was -baseball and baselra.ll all the time. It was worth three times the price to see Canty and that phenom, Heinrich, work. For seven' innings it was neck and neck with the two southpaws, with no advantage on either _side as far as hits were concerned. was great ball. Both sides got men on the cir- cuit but the way "both .pitchers and supporters tightened up and held them there was a sight for any fan. That fellow Keinrich has won seven games, tied two, and has not lost any this year, and those who saw him work on Saturday night know that that is no joke. He made eight Miners bite the dust, and when he did allow two bingles to follow each other, he tightened up as tight as a clam and there was nothing doing. He's some hitter too, and practically won his own game in the fifth. He's the real goods. Cunty is some pitch- er too. The only trouble was that he could not last the whole game. The Angels got as many hits in the last two innings as they did in all the rest of the game. He was as steady as a clock and never issued a pass until the last inning. Although the home team was apparently so badly beaten it was the best game of the season. The first two innings it ,was a pro- cession of Angels. In the third Hein- rich. poked out a Texas leaguer but died when Miller gave Jack one of his catches. Tn the fourth Thompson singled. Brown popped up a fly and Thompson was caught be- tween the bases. MorrcJl get s, s-a- gle, but Manager Traeger, who was in the game, could not help him home. The damage wan done in the fifth in this wise. Stingle hit out of reach' of either Kolar or Jack. Ron- esch advanced him with a. perfect sac- rifice and it was after Rogers had popped out that Kid Heinrich won his own game with a long fly to left which Cox misjudged in the sun, Stingle scoring. Heinrich tried to stretch his hit into a triple but get nabbed. the eighth two more came in be- cause of a couple of hits and a little mix-up in which Kolar's error figured and a trick throw of Lynch's to sec- ond which did npt work as planned. Four hits and a base on balls meant two more in the final spasm. What the Miners did when they in the hitting and scoring busi- ness does not require much telling. 'Jhey. started olT to win in a hurry. Kelly lined one out to right. ..Cox bunted but Heinrich azvd Thompson >oth went after it and no one cover- ris '.ne bag so his bunt went for a hit, -lack sacrificed them along a base and things looked mighty pros- perous. But the best Lynch could do was a measley bounder to Heinrich, and the old reliable Taylor actually fanned. That was awfully disappoint ing. In the third with two down Hein- rich got generous and passed Cox and !Jack but Lynch flew out to centre, iln the next Taylor ripped a hot one i through short hut never, got past the i initial station. Things looked our in the sixth. 'Jack beat out a short hit. Lvnch bunted and slid to i beat it out. Taylor laid down a i beautiful sacrifice, landing Jack ami i Lynch within reach of But 'they never got there. Bell fanned ami Kolar gave Brown a chance to (make a grandstand catch which be did. Heinrich fanned thrw in a row {in tha eighth, and the ninth was I about at short. j But it was a good game, best BRANDON AB R H O A E j Miller, ss 511120 Thompson, .lb f> 01 9 (TO Brown. 5 01210 iMorrell, cf 401400 Traegwr, If 411100 0 1810 1110 Bell, 6P 400000 Kolar, 2b 400231 Townsend, lb.......... 400900 Canty, p 300030 30 0 5 27 11 j. By Runs....................... 000 010 5 Hits OCI 3-20 Huns 000 000 0 Hits........................ 200 102 5 Summary Earned runs, Brandon 3. Two-base hits, Heinrich, Rogers, Ronesch. Sacrifice hits, Ronesch, Jack Corrigan. Taylor. Stolen Miller, Brown, Rogers, Cox. on balls, off Heinrich 2. off Canty 1. Struck out, by Heinrich 8, by Canty 5. Hit by pitcher, Jack Corrigan. Left on bases, Brandon 7, Lethbridjv 8- Time. 1.35. Attendance. 30 Umpire, Donnelly. LETHBRIDGE 37 5 12 27 8 0 AB R H 0 A E THE LATEST CREATION FOR SUMMER WEAR AU. THE COMFORTS OF A TURN DOWN EFFECT. "Anchor" Bnwd 3 tor He. "AInwiU" tor We. SOLO BY LEADING MADC BY TOOKC MONTREAL. MAMUFACTUIICM OP NECKWEAH AND IMPORTERS OF MEN'S FURNISHINGS, Played Tie Game At Pincher Creek Winnipeg Maroons Here For Three Days BASEBALL- RESULTS Canada At Medicine Hat- Winnipeg Hat 9. At Regina 6, Edmonton 5. At Moose Jaw 5, Calgary 3 (15 innings) At (First Rochester 3 Providence 2. (Second Rochester 2 1. At Newark- Newark 8 Montreal 5. At Jersey .Jersey City 4 Buffalo 1. National At Pittsburg 2 Neu- -York 1 (12 in.) At 31. Boston 4 St. Louis 6. At Cincinnati 0, Philadelphia 2. At Chicago- Chicago 1.0, Brooklyn 5. American At Detroit- Detroit 5, Chicago 4. At New (First Game) Washington 7, N'ew York 4. (Second Game) Washington 3. New York 6. American (Sunday) At St. (First game) i St. Louis -1, Detroit (Second Game) St. Louis 2. Detroit 8. (First Game) At Chicago Cleveland 0. Game) Chicago 0. Cleveland 5. National (Sunday) At Chicago 6. Brooklyn 1. At St. St. Louis fl. Boston 2. At Cincinnati- Cincinnati Philadelphia 4. American Association Kansas City 1. Toledo 3 (first game) Kansas City 2. Toledo 2 (second) Milwaukee 2. Columbus 4. St. Paul 2. Louisville- 1. Minneapolis 4. Indianapolis 3. Northweitern At Seattle- Portland 2, Seattle 9. At Aberdeen 7, Tacoma 4. At Vancouver 4, Spovane r> (12 innings) Wellington Stephenson, half backs I WON VICTORIA DEKBY Victoria, B. C.. June Vic- toria Derby; run at the Willows track today was won by the St. -Tames stable entry "French Cook." The St. James stable is by W. H. Wheatcroft of this city. UTN! the vic- tory was a popular one. A FOR IXDTAN'S Toronto. June up for their "setaway" game with Cornwr.lls this nftornoon before crowd of at lenst four thousand ple. Final score, Tecumsfths 12 Cornwall 1. Pincher Creek 0, Lethbrulge City 0 That was the result of tht? football match played at Pincher Croek on Saturday evening. About thirty fans, including Presi- dent Dupen, V ice-President Robins, Secretary Hall, C. Weatley, W. S. Tuck well and J. Andersou, of the city executive, accompanied the teaui The game was called for seven o'clock, and punctual to the minute the rum. which 'beon threatening all dn> hi-jran to fall as the teams lined up sindor Referee W. Cox. ____ Considering the weather a goodly crowd was in attendance, and the fun that was sometimes lacking m the game was fully made up by the jollying of the supporters, not for- getting the man with the tin horn. The teams lined up as follows PTNCHER CREEK Knight, goah Mesney and backs: Grant, Allison and Pearson, half backs; 'Tucker. Pleasants. Williams, Shack an-d Persus. forwards. CITY Boss, goal and Anderson, backs j Chiswick and ilcllvcna. Faunch, White, Hoiberton and McMillan, forwards, i Linesmen W. Caunce i and W. Joyce For the first fifteen minutes of play the ball stayed around the Pincher goal, and try as they would the j home team failed to. cross the half- way line. Lethbridge pressed con- tinually an-d some in-dividual good play was seen, but as a team good i play was lacking, combination being j conspicuous by its absence, and for this reason, helped by the strong de- fence of Pincher, JLethbridge failed to score. With the exception of a few rushes, in which Creek showed up its beat men. visitors had most, of the game and should have won out hy at least two g-oals. The ruling of the referee was absolutely rank at times, and the surprise was that Lothbridge remained on t'hc field. A penalty was awarded against Leth- but the invincible Ross was there 'with tlir crooks" nn.i tipped tho sphere the bar. Pincher has the makings of excellent but it was plainly soon that their team in same boiit as Letbbri-dge and had not played together before. Tho rot urn match will 'be playod on the square witJvn .thf next throo when it Js to hoped rain will not spoil a The. P. C. boys nn> train'nr hnrd for thf- Fire Rripado Sports a' Cal- c-ary nnd ns the team practically meraberp of the Fire TP in excellent physical condition, The Winnipeg Maroons piny ball at Lethbridge to- day, tomorrow and AVed- uesday. Lethbridge and Winnipeg played classy ball on the occasion of their previous meetings arid some good games are looked for in this series. FRANK WON GAME Frank, June football game was pulled off here this be- tween Frank and Hosmer. Frunk team won by to nothing. GUN CLUB The Gun Club will meet tonight, at 7.30. After the regular shoot there will be a meeting to talk over a tournament shoot. All members are asked to be out. RAYMOND WON (Special to The Herald) Cardston, June Raymond ball team defeated the local team hero yesterday afternoon. In tha evening a given in honor of the boys and their friends from Raymond. The score of the game was 18 to -t- Raymond wins the sil- ver cup. A CRICKET MATCH The City Cricket Club an-d the Sons of England will play a match on the Barracks pitch, one innings tonigiit and one tomorrow.- The fol- lowing Sons of England are request- ed to he on hand at R.30 sharp Chiswick, Rack-liffe, Faunch. Barber, Bosworth. Westley, Furris, Flack, Filmer, Holherton; Read and Hatnes. SVAXBF.RO STILL Chicago, June Svanberg winner of the Marathon Derby city three weeks ago, won here today in a fifteen-mile relay race against Red Cloud, the Canadian Tndion, aiul Alexander Thibeau. 1 Good Style and Good Taste New Fit-Reform 2 button Sack Suit appeals to men who want something new and something different. The lapels are long and grace- set close together pockets and roll cuffs. This style is extreme enough to be distinctive yet is in perfect taste. Wotitedt McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Agents {or Lethbmbe. ;