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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta HERALD Do. I terns CONCENTRATED Lemonade is better lemons arid 'sugar. A battle of Dalton's makes half gallon of lemonade glasses 12 for.lSc'i .-No knives or lemon squeezers add iced water and the lemonade is ready to tent. sure to get DALTON'S no imitation is even half as good. CMtaiwMttlwrieU. 15c. a bottle. Ail grocers and druggists, inv WHOLESALE Walton A Brown, Cllgiry. S-P-0-R-T-S 77w? Standings Calgary Moose Jaw Kilmonlon Saskatoon llranilon WIITERN CANADA Won Ixint P 28 III H 2G IS 11 11 21. 31. 33 C, .083 .074 .Ml .543 .262 .250 Detroit Uhlladelpliia New York Chicago DoBton Cleveland Washington St. Louis AMERICAN 42 37 S3 20 31 25 20 1C 547 .534 361 .871 NATIONAL Chicago 34 New York 35 Philadelphia 34 PIttsburg 32 St. Louis 31 llnclunatl 26 Brooklyn 21 noaton II .607 .603 .6% -671 .554 .44 O. I. MAY QUIT CITY rOOTSALL LEAGUE Qwlat to tie o( Klrth tho Cora- nation Day iquabble at tho Athletic Park during the S. O. E.-Calllcs the Sons are-seriously considering the Idea of-dropping from the 'City Football League. 'A moot- Ing today will decide the question. Trigger and Trap OLIVER CUP, SHOOT MONDAY NIGHT The. last the Oliver Cup will be held Monday night instead of "Wednesday night.owing to.a number ot tho boys.. leaving Wednesday for tho Nelson Tournament. The the score as .it stands, fit all must be oii. therllne Monday night at 7pm to finish the competition 74 .73 Agnew, 'P. R. Tohnson, K D Letbbildge, J. E C Livingstone, .Robt McMillan, H. Nicol, A II Staff Old, J W Stafford, A.'-B. i Skeltll, II J The score made" in the. first twenty- targets added to the above uill giva the final as all handicaps in the totals button' and; other, competitions shot offvas .usual on Wednes- day Western Canada League Games bS .73 78 :so 73 -BO 76 .70 MCT FOOTBALL LINE-UP TUESDAY The teams vihoscnY for ,'hc Dis- trict, Football League game be- tween the tuo Lpthbiidgd te in s, the Rangers and Hovers, next Tuesday.evening, are as follows MAROONS-AND BERRY PICKERS SPLIT EVEN June and Saskatoon again snlit.eveniii a. double liL'tider, the visitors taking .the first by tho close squooxe the locals landing the second :by (1 to 1. Splendid pitching by Miller and a home run drive by, Walsh, in the first innings decided the first game for the Berry Pickers. Tho .fact that Collins pitched tolls the story of the -Maroon victory in the second. The batting ot Klrkharn was Uie feature'of the; con- test, he getting a triple :and two sin- gles in three times at bat. First game Saskatoon Winnipeg Second Saskatoon Winnipeg 000 ono EDMONTON FINALLY TRIMMED THE BRONCHOS Calgary, Juno -'borrow the phiaEc ol the srand stand fans Ed- monton, cut the string" taet. evening and won a game. The'score was 6-0. It their first victory of the scries and it was a real gilt-edge, decisive Tt uas pitcher Dickinson, the long, slim Eskimo pitcher, .whom Dea- con sent -into the box -that did the string culling He had eierj thing, and had our hard bluing boj s sw ing. ing like gates. In we only got seven scattered Mfs, and never once during Ihe game looked like scoring It was .a shut, and .square. What was more ;lhe like-demons, ahd' were not a-resemb- lance of the team thai has hero Lussi 2, Sorenson 2, Davidson, Mill! first-base on -balls, off -Lexle 1, oi Dickinson 1; first base on errors, Ed monton'S; left on .bases, Edmonton'7 Calgary 5; struck out, by Dickinson 7, by Lczle 0; passed balj, Davidson hit by pitched balls, Chick, Streih llroo 1.45; umpire Lctcher; attend ance 1000. BRANDON WINS UNDER Hid .R. Clen, Whyte "and Al Moure, Willetts, Barker, GUIT and McM.ilrtric. -Home and Easton and Hnlton; Allcock, Thompson, ClemenBon, Brennan Moran. and Specialists in CHEMICAL DRY CLEANING 722 3rd Strict -.'attention oiven to out of town, orders. during the Calgary a real off dav Could not hit, nor field, and the onlv thing u e could do n as make errors. It was the of two weeks of continuous .victories; .Calgary hav- ing won twelve games and tied one Ultc Pitched Well Le7ie, who pitched for us was not responsible for the loss He allowed nine hits which were pretty well scat- tered He struck out ten men The whole truth is, we nere due to lose a game, and we lost Thp score Edmonton 101 020 Calgary 000 000 Sumimry Two hase hit, Davidson Tendon, June Ottawa Hen three base hit, Vandmc, sacrifice hits lev crew arrived here todaj NEW MANAGEMENT Brandon, June Brandon Angels, under tho new manager, 3 Caster, celebrated their home-coming from the western trip by defeating th0 Moose Jaw team tonight. Both teams plajed almost perfect ball, except In the last innings, when the Visitors' out fielders had a time, committing three errors and thereby scoring Tile features of the, game were Schaefer's long lunning catch and Reddick's 'beautiful pick-iip when ho Ihrew Fournior out at first: The home crew played the host game they have put uo here so far this soason, and the fans more than pleased with the showing. The game was called at tho end of the eighth, on account of darkness The same was protested 'by Moose the grounds that the ball was tlnottn diamond anfl who Aas thluMng it was the ball plajed tried to steal second Cus- tor had the right ball and threw to first aria 'Hurley was'declared out by Umpire .Morrison. i S. 0. E. CALLING SPECIAL MEETING A special meeting of the SOB has been called for this evening at eight o'clock at the offices of the Quick Print Co All the mem hers are leqnested to attend as s some important business to he dis- cussed. HENLEY CREW ARRIVES HORSE NOTES Written Especially for the Herald by ''Craignorth" A good storj comes from Australia It the Jockey Club at one time fcere tijing to the countu meetings by niak fng a rule that each puree should be of a. minimum value. A certain couh- r try. (rack: was -owned by one, A. F. Bradshaw, who was rather taken a back bv this uilc He got round bj adding to the the bellow Hammer Strikes, anJ ap- propnatinK to it half uf the value of the dai B prize mouev Onlv horecs shed bj_YelIow Hammer (Bradshaw'e own property) were eligible, were only two of them Bradahaw owned one and a friend owned the other, Jl seems thaf Kel D'Qr, the Canarl- ian horse, which. ran for the Derby, started for a race the week'before Ep- som Tina wns not reported on the wires The rice uas i small purse confined to gentlemen riders with wpl ter yieights and ildden by his train er Mr. Peebles, and getting away som i ENGLISH) CRICKET' Tune' cricket roes ivw: played bere the last two ivs Ing rain Those con- ludod resulted as follows Cam- ridge beat M C 0 bj an innings nd 133 runs Somersetshire" beat lampshlre iby lOl'runs Use the GILLET With the Angle Stroke edge tools cut cleanest and easiest with the angle-stroke. The angle stroke was the only tbiug that made the old open-blade razor as an instrument of torture. Yet many men use the GILLETTE like a hoe and expect it to cut clean and easy. The superb quality of its cutting edge is proved by the fact that even when used in this way the GILLETTE gives a good shave. But to get the real satisfaction which the GILLETTE is capable of giving you, you naturally must use the angle stroke. Then you will know and appreciate the genuine luxury of the clean, cool, comfortable, easy three-uiinute GILLETTE shave.' Buy a GILLETTE gpd enjoy you one already. If you have one now, use it right and enjoy it to the full. SUndard Seta Pocket to At your or hwdwmre The Gillette Safety Razor Co. of Canada, Limited Office and Factory, 63 St Alexander Street, Montreal In N.w York (Tim London, EM-. Mwlml. Bortn, UicMtar, Hrf Pufa. 243 Baseball Notes the old St. Louis catch- er, has'joined- the Detroit ill act as scout for'th'e Tigers. Shortsiop Corhan, tho youngster, who Is doing so veil, with the White Box, Is a find of the late Frank Selee National League-catchers are mur- lerlng the ball this season. Dooin, of he Quakers; Bresnahan, or the Car- dinals; Meyers, of! the Giants; Simon, of the Pirates, and Graham, of the Rustler's, are all hitting over the 300 mark I President Russell, of the Boston Na-, jtionalB, is out the champion freak statement about the new: base- ball HO says pitchers'can't cure It, also that It so tightly packed it takes the give away from the. cut Hie players' hands Why-the ball oan't -be curved is a mystery, it's the same sue as the old one, and Just as round. Aa for toeing packed there was a suspicion makes It so lively Is, the fact ttat the rubber core is not thla rear .in-, cased in a cemented canvas sack.' i Doc Neivt'on, tie ex-lemon king, pitched such fine ball for .Mon- treal a few years ago, has twin re- leased by Louisville, and foei to the Southern League The Doc won't stick to ginger ale and soda water. That's his '.trouble. -THE C -FOR- Quality Quantity Variety Service We endeavour to make every detail in the management of our up-to-date restaurant satisfactory. Investigate and find out whether you are pleased with what you get and how you get it oaldale Hotel Block 3 r JIM JACK, Manager ;