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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, THURSDAY, JUNE 24, I9OT. PAGE THREE HUDSON'S BAY ANNO UNCEMENTS Ladies' Department Royal Worcester Princess Hip, anil nil the latest styles, per pair. to The Famous B. C. pair................................................... Ladies Dressing white with handkerchief collar and cufrs. The very for summer wear. Regular price, Now only Dressine; embroidered collars and belt effect. Regular For.......... O White Lawn fronts, long tucked sleeves, collars trimmed with fine val lace. Bought direct from the manufacturers in large quantities. Wonderful Values. The prices are: Regular for................................................................... Regular for Regular for................................................................... Regular for................................................................ Pietse call and inspect them. Childrens Department Children's Lawn Organdies and Mull. Made in Mother Hubbard and French dresses, also with the Dutch yokes. Each, from.........................................iOc to Children's Wash all colors of Duck and English Galatea and Linens. For and girls. Each 35C, 4Sc and 50C Mens Department A Lot of Choice Patterns of Cambric each. Reduced to clear to Lawn Tennis collars ,.............Each Outing Comfort collars.........Each Ceylon Flannel stripe.............Each 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 Waterproof Hats -75c White Linen Hats ............................Each.....................................65c Men's Fedora all colors...............Each Men's Fancy with dots or stripes. .Each.......... Men's Black Alpacca Sizes.......... MENS SUITS Men's Tweed, striped patterns .....Regular Men's Two-Pieee Summer Suits ................Regular for Men's Blue Serge Single and Double Breasted Regular to .Seven Cars of Provisions are now being put in Stock, consisting of: A car of sound Potatoes at per lOOIbs; Flour, Rolled Oats, Sugar, Canned Goods, Groceries, etc. Fresh Strawberries arriving daily 20c, a box. Try our Fancy-Chocolates at 40c. and 6Oc. per Ib. Buying direct from makers and producers in large quantities guarantees Fresh Goods at the Lowest Prices. A good assortment of White Enamel and Brass Beds from to each; wire springs and superior wool and crown felt mattresses in sateen ticks. For Necessities and Luxuries Go To HUDSON'S BAY CO. THREE STRAIGHTS FROM THE BIG MOGUL Winnipeg Maroons Severely Drubbed By the Miners Three su'aights from the leaders 'i That going some, and then some. S The -grandstand was crowded with t-agvr funs who defied the threaten- ing clouds and spattering raindrops. They i-amo to sec another close game i ;uid saw it lor two innings. and then jit was all L'.rthbrkhr-.-. Larry's crowd never got a smell of the game. Two ;binky dinky little hits well spread apart was all thwy could get in seven innings, and Howl got both of them. The .Miners aot i-veiything then: i to be hud anil hoggish- ness .in tnkitvg more than reully, was !needed. It was a great swatfest for ithe locals. But who was mainly re- jsponsible for the whole affair? The chief luminary was none other than the hero of last, week, the new south- 'paw Lezk-. If he pitched a great game be-fore., what shall bo said of his effort last nig-ht The way he played with the Maroons from the mighty down to his rival in the box was a real pleasure. Bond alone could touch him. Eight men pounded air in vain, Larry tht leader SPORTS AND AMUSEMENTS the bases. Holmes put up a ily for Townsond. .Jerry Kdmunds took a pass. Beuity pop-Hew to Bond got on a choice but Bell was not on the sack when he took the throw. McMahori hit to second, but .Joe muffed uguin and the bases were full. Speisor camo up to bat for Miller but hp fanned. Hond mounted the mound in the Big Program For Holiday Townsend took him out. Cox and tho has The program for Lethbridge's grand day of sport on Dominion Day s is beginning to assume detinue shape and the committee in charge ,-f pei.ser w-nt to right, i proceedings are straightening forced oin ljle m.iny connected with hit., the day's celebration, vore lull. But. I Jack !k-w out and Taylor rolled one to Heatty. hi the eighth let up ami the. Maroons got two hits and a pass for three runs, but as the game was cull- ed on account of darkness they do not count. Jt was a good game although not i it is so full of excitement as the last. Although the celebration is organ- ized and will be carried out the auspices of the Caledonian and the Sons of England, yet It is determined that the day shall be ob- served as Dominion Day should, a Canadian day from start to -finish, and not a Scotch or English day. a celebration for everybody, in The fans guyed Acting Manager Larry a good deal but the Midget kept on smiling. The score WINNIPEG AB R H O doing it twice in three times up. Oom Paul his leader. The Maroons were off color in their field- ing an-d helped the Miners some, but it was Lezie who stopped the Ma- roons and the other fellows got the chalk marks that count. The locals were full of pepper and delivered the goods in red-hot style. Cox was in form again and played the game. Joe was off a little in his unaccus- tomed place, but he smote the ball mightily and stole bases like a pro- fessional thief. In the third he got a pass and stole both second an-d third j l! on the one deal. The contest started off as if it were going to be a. pitchers' battle, and the fans sat back to see a runless game. Lezie opened opera- tions by fanning both Piper and Kruiifger. Anderson shoved a little one to Taylor and died. -Joe and Cox and' -Jack all went out on easy grounders. It was one, two. three Maroons in the second, and the only change on the other side was that Lynch got a life on Beatty's error. In the third Piper, cf 3 Krueger, 2b 3 Anderson, c 3 Bond singled to right. McMahon I hunted but Lezie was after it like a i cat, threw to Bell and he to Town- send, making a double play. Miller was easy. In their half the Miners got very busy. Townsend and Lezie retired gracefully. Joe got a free ticket and abused his privilege by stealing two more. That was awfully rude. Cox j showed them that -he was only fool- I ing the night before', and lined one out to left scoring Joe, and then he stole second. Jack took one in the slats. Ami-d tumultuous applause. Taylor stepped upon the scene of ac- Holmes, 3b 3 Edmunds, If 2 Beatty. Ib 2 Bond, rf p 3 McMahon, ss 3 Miller, p 2 Speiser, rf 1 25 AB R H Joe Corrigan 2b 422 Cox, cf 5 1 Jack Corrigan, rf 4 2 Taylor, ob 3 1 4 0 j Lynch, c 4 1 IBell. ss 3 1 i Townsend. Ib 301900 Lezie, p 400110 34 8 12 21 8 3 By jtuns 000 1 Hits 00.1 010 2 By Huns 003 212 8 Hits............ 002 323 Summary Earned runs, Lethbridge 4. Three-base hits. Taylor, Joe Cor- rigan. Stolen bases. Joe Corrigan. 2. 1 0 G 1 0 0 11 0 2 0, 0 013 000 010 2 21. 10 0 A 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 8 1 1 A E 0 0 0 Lethbridge and district. Grassy Lake is sending up av strong contingent, their football team being scheduled to play the Sons of Eng- land. They are entering for the five- a-side football tournament, and are j looking for a baseball match. Keports from the grounds commit- tee was .received at last higiit'e meeting, it being recommended that j all races, including the big ten-mile Q Marathon, race, be run on. the square. Q The Marathon and mile will be run on the cinder track, and the public are requested to assist the commit- g tee in keeping the course clear and giving the competitors a fair show. A finance committee was elected, consisting of H. L. Bruntin, who was -L ialso appointed treasurer, W.'J. Wade and J. White. Probably the most impressive fea- ture of the day will be the raising of the Canadian flag on the publicity j building. At an executive meeting of the Canadian Club last evening it was decided to ask. permission of the city to place a flag on this 'building, and it is intended to have it hoisted oa the anniversary of Canada's natal day with appropriate ceremony. Aix effort is being to secure R. B. Ben- nett. K.C., M.P-P-, to .deliver an oration. Committees were to Cox. T.ynch, Bell. on balls, off Miller 2. ofT Bond 1, off iLezie 2. Hit by pitcher. Jack Corrigan, Bell. Struck out. by Mailer 5 (Joe Corri- gan, Lezie Lynch. Townsend) by Lezie 8 (Piper 2. Krueger 2, Holmes. Edmunds. Miller, Left on liases. Winnipeg 5, Lethbridge 11. Time. 1.50. Attendance 750. Um- pire Donnelly. BASEBALL RESULTS Western Canada At (Afternoon g-ame) tion and did nothing less than lamJKegina 010000000 1 a drive to left, sending iu Cox and j Calgary 302 000 OOx 5 Jack and perching on third himself, i Batteries Xeidcnfeur and G-ardincr Kelly made a brave effort to bring Parkcs and Gouchee. Umpire Duff. him in but Piper would not allow it. That was considered a vgood heal- thy start, but the fans were fearful of what would happen when the Ma- (Evening Game) Moose Ja.w 200 100 3 Calgary Ill fi3l Butteries Currie. Taylor and An- roons came back. unfoumU'fL the second time Krueger for the fanned ior then he fanned second time, then Thcir fears werti; t ]1Ony Barnstead and Gouchcc. TJm- j pi re Duff, j At Medicine Hat 000 002 2 Joe muffed a nasty sort of back ac- j Brandon 000 0 tion grounder from Anderson, but Batteries Welsh ami Ward Bein- Lezie fanned Holmes. That was soflie rich and Stinc'Ie. Umpire Voss. pitching, it is well to remark. j National Tho Miners had got, the run-gettisg fever. Lynch poked one to left. Bell j (First game) got a ban crack on the head by a Philadelphia 0 Brooklyn 2. pitched ball and took his base. Town j (Second G-ame) send bunted but there was no on-- on Philadelphia 1. Brooklyn 3. the base to take the ttvrow and he At New was safe and the bases were full, j (First Game) That looked prosperous. But Lex.ie i Boston -I New York 5. fanned, and ;o make it worse so did j (Second Game) Joe. But the olri-tirr.O Chesty was Boston 1 New York 11. the boy. He planted a beauty in j At short right and both Lynch an-d Bell i Chicago 4 Cincinnati t'J. used the chalk. -Tack could not hrini j At St. him in. Si. Louis 1 I'ittsburg 3. 1 The Maroons took off a. piece of the i American game in tho fifth. After Boll had At nicely retired F.dmunds. Boatiy rodo Tio.troit. S: St. Louis 1. At Cleveland- Cleveland 3 Chicago -1. At Philadelphia Washington 0. At New York r> Boston. 11. Eastern At Montreal 1 Baltimore 4. At Buffalo 10 Rochester 4. At Toronto 3 Newark 4 (.11 .and Lczio farmed making three in the Northwestern one inning for Miller, and it looked At if ho would get. going right yet. Tacoma 4 Seattle 5. men facctl Lezic in the next, j At ibiu Si-von faced Miller. Joo started I Vancouver -I Portland 5. off with a thrcc-sackor to right con- At Cox was an <-.asy out.. Jack j postponed, rain. i bunted ncrforiiy and thi'n boat ir. out. J __ _ i Miller to catch him napping i W-S1 ERN CANADA land wilrt Joe in LEAGUE STANDING h'aylor hoho.'-d again. Kolly put up Lost ja foul ily lhat cav.' Holmes a chance i 'M-'dinm; i.-, 10 ,600 arrange for a. parade of school chil- dren. South African veterans, the Mounted police and firemen., and the artillery will be asked to fire a sa- lute. A committee consisting of Messrs, Kelly, King and Steven was ap- pointed to act with the Canadian. Club in rhis matter. The afternoon's program is a very lengthy one and there will -be some- thing doing in different parts of the square all the time. The football match between Grassy Lake and the S. 0. E. will 'probably be pulled off at 4 p.m. The Citizens' Band will occupy the bandstand and will keep things lively with selections. In this they will.be a.bly assisted by the Caledonian Pipers. X Several business men have kindly offered tents for use of the commit- tee as dressing rooms, .etc.. and pro- mised to assist in every way. The Mayoress, Mrs. TV. Henderson, will distribute the prizes from the new bandstand at seven p.m. Watch out for the. prize .list..which. will be out within the next two days and -don't forget the important point that all entries must be in by June A. S. Johnston, Box 320, is the general secretary, and may be seen personally at the store in. the North Ward. The committee have unanimously" decided that after expenses are met, the balance will be devoted to the- Gait hospital. Here's a fine chance to get a big days sport and help. that most deserving institution. the bumpers arul Bond his sec- jo rid hit. McMahon followed with a. j poke to Bell who retired Bond, but Beatry cot home. Miller fanned end- intr the run-getting- of the leaders of the leapuo. The Miners heaved more coal in i the next. Taylor hoboed. Kelly sent hot one to tho umpire's shins for I H hit. Lynch took chanees on bunt- ine; a third strike and missed. Bell jhit ono and g-avo Taylor his chance j to complete tho circuit. Townsend tho tramo. 20 jto n.'.'ikr tho host, ratc'n of {which ho accordingly did. Lynch q-ot a hit. filling the bases. Boll up. Tho catcher mndo a bad throw jlJ-TITBRlDGE IH to third to'catch Jack and he walk- ed in. Bell out. short, to first. 15 16 17 llogina Edmonton 13 In the seventh the Maroons filled Brandon 13 18 16 19 .'KSl .471 .448 .406 FITZGERALD WON Edmonton, June 23. Fitzgerald, Edmonton runner, won out from. Marsh in a 15-mile Marathon tonight on lulmonton Exhibition track in which is two minutes aboVe world's record and one minute under record, when he 'beat Marsh in Winnipeg. Fitzgerald trampled Marsh's heels for ten miles, when he took the lead of 100 yards over Marsh, when Win- nipeg man hesitated to jnop his face, Fitzgerald gnirluaUv increased lead to 200 yards at finish. Both runners GUN CLUB SHOOT The weekly shoot of the Alberta Gun Club was -held last night with the following scores at 25 singles J. C. Livingston 21 A. "B. Staff- ord 16 H. Pilling 16 H. Withers 14 T. G. McNabb 9 C. Sage 9 F It. Agncw 8 C. Andrews, of Cal- gary, 21. TENNIS On Saturday next the finals of the Tennis Tournament will be by both the l.Triios and.gen-' tlemen. On -July 1st there will be interesting series of games -during the wliulc Maelcod Twnrris Club will be here and refreshments will served at the grounds BO players need not leave the grounds for meals. ;