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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE LETH8RMDGE, ALBERTA, TUESDAY, JUNE 22, HEAD OFFICE. TORONTO C. WALEEB, Pniideot UXBD, General ESTABLISHED IMT Paid-up Capital, Reserve Fund, 6.000.000 TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES The new Travellers' Cheques recently issued by this Bank are a most convenient way in which to carry money when travelling. They are issued io denomination, at acd the exact amount payable- in Austria. Belgium. Pcnmark, France, Germany, Great Briiaiu. HoJhiud, Italy. Norway, knd Switzerland is ou the face of clique. in other countries they are payable at current rates. The cheques and MI information vsroi m.v be obtained office rftfaefeok. iethbridge Branch C G. Oourse, Manager AND AMUSEMENTS HO ran finrsi-: A FT HE ilAMK IX VA :iso Vuncou-.or. !J. r. Sit t unlay Jiiirht. whi-n Aui-'riuitii Gray. th.- IV C. J.acri.sse Assocusiion. th-> inaich beiw-'-i'ii thi- and NVu Nesimin.-.U'r. was le.o intr fee Sonie he srot into ..m with, Hilly O Bri'-n. Yiiiu-ou'1. er whom he had ruler! oil twice durintr the match, and one word led to another until Gray and O'liri.-n went behind a hiirh WILL NOT 'NVADE CHICAGO to huU- irons anconv, At one t ime Altop-t. ix tights occurred were seriouslv AMERICAN ASSOCIATION board fence in the heart of the busi- -Milwaukee. Wi ness sot-Lion wiUi a crowd of "news-'01" sin invasion ies" looking indulged in a American litrht to their heart's content, Gnu was badly t-ut up the face, Juno of Chicago by iht Association were squelched by Charles Ilavenor. owner of the: Milwaukee dub. WHEN You CANT SLEEP. FAST GAME OF BALL LAST NIGHT Maroons Go Down Before the Miners I Uell Wei! Well we look the Readers into .imp. '.1'iie .Maroons, leaders of the i'-ayue. came down up- on us as upon ihuse who were next to tlie tail-eml. Hut the .Minors went after them as f they were the lead- ers ami led tlv way. Who did it Why they wei1.- all into the game. Manager Corri.-an had Kelly on first i and he showed some class there. sivo -x v.xv: ANOTHKK CHKAT HOUSE >'ew York. Sweep. witnessed u youngster in action ahle possesses speed and sfauiioa to a handsome brown colt carrying the to defeml the ivpulutions hande.l out run any of the (.-rack 2-year-olds "white arid blue of James R. 1'ieh was in the box and -he certainlv j Kwm'' home ahead of _ ileliverwl-the -uods u, lhe fans- own Ill'ltl t-ho national stallion stakes On form Sweep has the futurity at able in both Colin and Sysonby, run- taste. The Powers gin seven hits ofT at Bdmom 1'ark. turf followers e.v-: his mercy. The gallant son of Ben ning as ii' 10 ueieiru ;no reputations hanUeii outrun any of the (.-rack 2-year-olds down the immortal Sysonby and. of the year. Ho gets over ground I the undefeated Colin. with that easy, springy stride notice- I (I'M A t t i j i it i. him but they when the.v His support w any runs the them. They w. could not -vt them that they had Hrush-Pink _ has shown he j an exercise gallop. v ntvtieil the most, i such that u> visitors had TO earn ed hard all the'time were only a sort of BASEBALL RESULTS Remarks On the Side There is many a. man and woman night after night; upon a sleepless bed. __ Their eyes do not close in the sweet and refreshing repose that comes to those heart and nerves are right. Some cousri- tutional disturbance, worry or disease has so debilitated and irritated the nervous system, that it cannot be quieted. Or again, yon haye, a sinking sensation, I.AKI1V I'IPKK .Midvr.-t star outiiel-der U'inni pey Maroons, who is looking1 af- ter the Winnipeg tedm in the of Manager l.ohr. who is sin'Teriiig from an accitient receiv- ed ball, and is now con- valescing at Isotne. NEW BALL PARK. -June I'itts- Western Canada but got the fruits of their labor only j At Hat_ in the innings when three Hul y00 100 000 00-1 doubles single gave thom onlv tallies. i Batteries Weisman and Ward the .Miners did is largely the Woods .rml StinsrU'. Cmpire. Yoss. history of one Bell. Me was the seat j on of of trouble for the Mamons all the; At Edmonton- tune. He iieid.-d eight chances with- .Jaw 010 (K'0-l ,T -j out a. Slip, and then his .stick The Kdmontou 10000.1-2 5 1 way he used rh.t elub was great. A; Batteries: Carson and Anthonv triple and doul I'itcher Canty of the team has gone to his home iti the Stales to appear as a witness in a law suit. Hi.1, will be gone for tii in- definite period-but will be- back in all probability. I'eck and Watson. The Helding: was good ou both sides while Schweitzer's latching and Kerr's catching were particularly :oo I and brought forth I'ittsburg. million, doll--- -.-'nds. present of Hartley Preyfus, prcsi- dent of the I'ittsburg Baseball C'lub. the fans of [he and a run ho got McNeil and Burricfce. r.npire Dver. on meant three i allies he was directly! At train. A ne.w man will mixed up in, enough to win the eanie j Re-ina 220 00i 110-7 11 bl' sousht to IUI his ljosilion Pieh himself did ,omo batting, too. j (-algary 001 01-1-S 13 getting-tiro fin.- s-ingles one of-tvhfch'j- Batteries v 'Sporcr and Crardny was most opportune. Joe Orrigan j Barnstead. Crist. Vinin- ami Gou-! oo I ;d rounds of that v the result of the came was _____ jiM.'" in doubt it was suggested 'by Second.base.Hun Kolar received a j of Tbl> of >last nights match should issue a telegram irom Chicago vesierdav, c. to the winners of the much calling him home to his wile s bed- t MI game between lhe Hudson j Hay Co. and- thc'X. "ut it would to fore the curfew ranir. Jobbing- :Co. finished .be- richest ICE CREAM r, ,iwiTiiin a million of -fierr. Cluic- .-olate. Vanilla, Lemon. thf correct temperature f -r de- light. In the .single portion, by tive and boxes'to take home. Ours Try ours i Rochon's Kandy Kitchen Confectioners and Ice Cream i Specialists you were about to choke or sniouier, and t0r thirneth of June are destined i rest leaves you for the night. If ynu allow h" hisl orv makers "n the o-' these conditions to continue for a short baseball, {'iitsbiir business houses penod even, you will begin to feel vour v, nusim.s health declining. It I1 heart not actin rightly, and they can on h- new park named l, refreshing- sleep, not bv the nerves. but by restonng them to healthy u'nT- 1S ''V to be the tinfst kind in the world-, is beaut ifu'llv its lo- "I can gladly recommend your'Milbnm's Heart and Nerve Pills as I was i-.n-hilecture corresponds with troubled with my nerves. I was so bad I llliin-v 1l1" adjacent could not night without tlw lamp ourning, but after taking four boxes of the pills I became all right again." box; 3 boxes for 11.20, at all dealers or The T. Hilburn QQ. Limited, Toronto, Oat semi-country I'ittsburg's exclusive set. Its seating capacity is 2rnOOO. Eaeh niomber" of The team has a bath and locker, a rub- bing table ami a shower. We import Fruit and Ice Cream daily, and handle only beat. Our short service in the dining room U unexcelled. i Chow Sam Co. DROP INTO Cafe Some time if you are not in the habit of doing so. They pat up a great menu there Try it! and Taylor did .some syectaculttr-i stunts in the fieldinir Ifne.. Marbons did work all the time except in the fourth, when the team did a U'ilbur and stunt, making three muffs in the one giving the Miners a run to tie the score. The fans took j 6: Xeu' York 1- a: great deal of innocent pleasure J watchin-- ijtITy lho -Maroon, catch ilies in eentre. He" is :a-hout the prettiest fielder in the ness. Bond's butt ing- was a distinct! getting- three -hits in four I times 'up. In the last inninjr he j walked into a fast double play by I I Philadelphia 1 Boston 4. Iff" Kot its first in the sec-i Eastern joml round on a pass to Tavlor a! Baltimore- sacrifice by I.yneh and Bell's (Iirst game) j heave to. 1m for three bases. The l Baltimore 4. story of'the second has already I told. rn the sixth thev -rot after Taylor. Bell and Kelly. L'rcpire. Duff.. NatJo'nal At Pittsbrirg 5 I'hiladelphia 3. American At Xew (First Game) 6 Xew York (Second Game) Washington 2 Xew York 5. At St. St. Louis 0 Detroit 2. At (First Game) a Boston 6. (Second Game) chur has btvn out by Lethbridgo. Gohc-au looks very likely 'jand his past record is goo-d. but he to gt-t workint; inform. so it was found necrssnry to let him U is Killrtly's turn to pitch to- night and the .Maroons have a whole- some r.-spect for his ability. They look upon him as Lelhbridg-e's slab artist. There are three Toronto boys play- ing on. the ifaroo-n lirte-up Larry Piper, Catcher Jerry Edmunds and First-baseman Beatty. -A -strong- trio. ;Zan-dt. who by the wav a r Motltreal 1 2. At ProvWeflce- Buffalo HO A E I three hits in a row after .Kelly .hadj', jdrawm free transporta'tion, and runs came in. That ended1 it. The i i AB j Piper, 3 IKrueger. 2b 4 jAnderson. If 3 j Holmes, 3b............. 4 Beatty, lb............... 4 iBond. rf 4 ss 3 o At Jersey 1 who pitched for Brandon here on Friday, .was let out by Manager Traege'r of that club. He was a very man. and al- I though a gootTpitcher when in form, he was wry u-fid On Friday. He turned to Seattle. Join the Toronto 2 Newark .1. 0 j Van, Zandt, p '4 0 0 11 0 3 0 400 3 0 0 0 2 2 7 1 8' 0 0 0 Q 5 0 LETHBRIDGE TENNIS CLUB .SECOND- ROUND "Men's Singles Cope vs. Higinbothain Robertsoa s. Robinson Harris vs. Bamslev Roach vs. Harris Jackson vs. Har- rriari E Barniim vs. McXiece Hart- ishorne vs. Tranmer Power vs. Cuth- 'ifaert. SCARLET RUXXKRS .'BEAT.THE WHITE SOX Last night- on the sauare there was, another .lively base-ball game, this time between the Scarlet Runners (or Boys' Club Juniors) and the White Sox (or Pitney's Bunch from North C. N. Devine acted as umpire. It was a nine innings gume ami the same batteries sides held 'forth til'l the finish. It was any- body's game till the the 34 2 T 24 10 3 AB R H O A E -.3005 -0 1 3 6 0 1 .0 0 400 LETHBRIDGE Joe Corrigan. cf iCox, If i Jack Corrigan, j- j Taylor. 3b 320 j Lynch, c............. 3 j Kelly, lb 3 i'Bell. ss 4. s i Kolar, 2b 3 j Pieh. p 3 0 1 003 1 O 10 124 113 score''stood twenty-two to twenty in Ladl" I favor of the Scarlet Rtyiners. Mrs.: Wilson vs. Miss ,Hings Miss The boys lined up as follows Wilson Grace: Miss Hender- j -Scarlet Runners White Sox 0 0 0 0 1 0! 02020 son vs. Mrs. Wells. j c. Peck catcher Thursday. June 24. is the last day Schweitzer pitcher on which games may be played and i Humphries first an effort will be made by the- Chapman second base third base shortstop right' field centre field left field inittee to have the semi-finals played !H. Wallace ofT on Saturday! June 26. As Dr. ;W. Xeelanu Kennedy has gone to M acleod his ;L. Pairhurst j place on the committee will be taken :W. Mtirrav iby Mr. K. Power. C. Geyer Kerr Pitney Gillis Watson j Reding- j Sprout j Gray i Xewton j Watson 29 HAXS WAGNKR'S DOUBLE The similarity Hans Wag- drawing money because he is a sure enough ball player.. His feats last season made him one of t'he most talked-of in the game, and sev- eral efforts were made to get him away from the town on the Ohio. This spring Lobort has failed to strike his gait with but he ha.s been pla< marvelous -defens- ive game and will undoubtedly begin clouting the ball hard and often in a ner ami Hans Lobert. the Cincinnati third baseman, is not alone in their given names. They are alike in ap- pearance, the Redlr-g being a small of the great Pirate short- edition stop. Both men hail iron: the same neck of the woods, but LobtM-t did not break into cause he looks Xational bo- like and hails from the same town as Wagner. He is i short time. i By 2 Hi-s........................ 71 By RuRs................ 010 103 0 Hits 010 013 Summary: Karned runs, Win 2. Lethbri-dge 2. Three-base hit. Bell.-Two-base hits, Krueger. iiouL Beatty. Bell. Sacrifice hits, .Joe Cor. rigan. Lynch. Stolen bases, U Cox, Bell. Struck out, by Van u. by Pieh 2. on balls, tff Van Zandt ,0; off Pieh 2. Hit by pitclrer, Mcifohon. Double play, Tay- lor to Bell to Kelly. Left on bases. Winnipeg S. Lethbridgo 5. Attend- ance 500. Time, 1.40. Umpire Don- nellv. 5 5 27 13 i! Tt competitors, in There were twenty hits'aad twenty- Gtood clothes bring good cheer. A man caqa't in a bad humor when he is dressed in perfect everyone remarks his trim appearance. Good clothes influ- ence, mind and body alike. "Progress Brand" Clothing brings out the best that in you. Because, being the best, they make you look your best and be at your best. Join the optimists and wear "Progress Braid" Clothing Tailored and Guafanttrt by and try to play off their .'eighteen hits and twenty. runs off i as soon as possible. Schweitwr. runs were made by SM wt_____ McKELVIE A McGUIRE The Menu at The DlbertB Restaurant is as extensive as any hi the city. Open day and night. 4 Everything in season, f 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 WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE STANDING Won Lost P. C. 20 13 .Medicine Hat. 13 10 .Jaw 14 15. is illogina 15 17 11 14 IJramlon 3.3 17 iTvdmonlon 11 1G .606 .500 .469 .133 MISS H. A. DEMPSEY A.T.C.M.- Bachelor of Music (Trin Univ.) Teacher of piano, organ and theory principal of the piano dept., Leth- bridge Conservatory of Music. Pu- pils prepared for all examinations. For terms address Lethbridge Con- servatory of Music, or residence, Arbyle Ave., and Bartlett- visited the JKFFRIES WITH THE PRINTERS James J. Jeffries, "the at the office of the "Epstein's Press Syndicate." in Montreal. Jeffries office of this Bur- can on Wednesday. The picture boiler-making, but this great pugilist shows JefT nnd the foreman of the' mechanical department. Jim is not ft typographical artist. His trade, previous to going into the ring-, was is a man who takes nn interest in every walk of life and ho never fails to take an advantage it is open, to learn something new. ;