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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, MONDAY, JUNE 21, IMt. SPORTS AND AMUSEMENTS WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE STANDING Won Lost P. C. Medicine Hut 17 10 Calgary 19 16 j Winnipeg HO IT ILKTHBRIDGK 15 j Moose Jaw IS (Regina 17 20 J Brandon 15 59 (Edmonton IB .030 .543 .541 .500 .441 .4191 REGINA WON THE LAST GAME BASEBALL RESULTS Small Score and Good Exhibition Of Ball first on Collins' muff, was hit, J Bell used the palm leaf, but Town- j I i send had his batting eye and rapped j j one past third scoring Kelly. That j j was all. They had a chance in the I third. With two down Jack got to j i first on Collins' error. Taylor fol- i Edmonton i lowed with a xiaisv to Irft." McDon-! Series: Woods and S tingle Lee jou.-h got it. on the bound. He saw j Burridge. l-mpire. Dyer. start for home and caught him, (v-econd trame) at the The coacher should !Brandon 2 Edmonton 023 Batteries Heindch and S tingle Western Canada At (First game) i Brandon 5 11 1 454 have held, him at third. In the sixth there was another chance. Taylor i i sent one to Collins too hot to handle Smkh aad D-ver' and reached the lirst station. and At Medicine Moose Jaw 0 32 J Medicine Hat 5 52 Batteries Smith and Anthony (Welsh acd Ward, Umpire. Voss. At i made a great steal to second, where- j Tfce Miners lost a game but no- j upon Bonepiu.rs gave Dormelly body feels sore over it, for it was a some advice. Kelly bunted. Hooker cood sharp game. We couldn't have, and Ward chased it but Livingstone staved in third place anyway as Cal-jfailed to COVtir and rt r Kelly tried to steal and drew the i (IirSt Game) can.- put it over the Maroons twice. 4 fr v 'throw, but the Bonepilers kept Lh.-ir. The Miners played good ball. There; Calgary.............................. 6 was only one error made, and it hap- j Kelly was tagged out. Lynch 'i ?i pened that it lost the game. Xeiden-, ned and Bell went out. short to feur (which is the German for '-nwer j ln the next after Townsend ha.d The FA MIL Y Theatre DAWSON MAY.............................Manager The Campbells Hat Comedy Sketch Artists Seini Greatest Russian Violinist The Meyer Co. In comedy sketch, Lawyer Smart." A screaming comedy LATEST MOVING PICTURES Benventuto Cellini Daring Maid, and Beauty and the Beast PRICE 25c. ANY SEAT A Full Vaudeville and Picture Show KILLED THE STALLION T.ynchburg, Va.. -Tune wood, a famous stallion which was _ imported by James R. Keene, engag- 9 2 -in a battle yesterday at Forest, sweat" says the chief rooter) made a hit to right. Killaly fanned Batteries Speiser and Anderson j t. Crist an-d Gouchee. Umpire, Duff. (Second Game) Calgary 2 5 X near here, on the farm of Duval Rad- Champion, a heavier stal- lion, and was Champion se- cured a hold on the other stallion's gone out Pieh made a hit. Joe Hew Batteries Parkes Bummers put one to Tavlor. The v" v v'" l" Cierzaji Anderson. Umpire Duff. u v Livingstone a hard chance and he dusky fellow looked to see where he ___ National would throw it before he got the out ('ox hit lo Jack it. Tn the last inning Bell went throat, which he held until he drop- jped dead and Goucnee ball and fumbled it badly, allowing the batter to get s Ward fanned, which would have been three gone if 1 out but Townsend got- a pass. Pieh hit tu Livingstone who tossed it to i Collins and he whipped it to Ward, Taylor had not muffed, but Collins; completing a followed with a binirle to ricrht. sror- ing Dutchman, Gardner siz- 'tnc One Pea feature of the game i was the comparative absence of the ?.Jed on-? to centre bringing in t.no, At Xew Brooklyn 1 Xew York 2. At (First Game) .Boston Philadelphia 3- j (Second Game) i Boston 7 Philadelphia 3. At Chicago DOMINION DAY AT FERNIE other two fellows, winning -ame- i in lhe 4 Cincinnati 0. Too bad but it was a cood ple with nerves' ladies; do j Eastern i not rake kindlv to these musical in- "Raltimnrp__ iust the same. i _, strurnents. especiallv inside a rooi. Pa-mo The Bonepik-rs put up pretty .first Uame 'Thev woul-d sound better in the r-i TUiti-mnro eooas. The Miners welcomed Colans: I-Jersey i 1.0, A. bleachers, where there is all out- PRO-IP back to short and remembering his; aecona kjarne i doors for a roof and where riTV i numerous errors m the nrst erame, i. r, would be more serviceable in assist- kept poking chances at him aH the mfi time. They him nine altogether i fr Moose Jaw At i Femie. .lune observance of j Dominion Day will be carried out by a day devoted to sports under the Tauspices of the Ft-rnie Athletic Asso- jciation. A long program of sports jhas been arranged with liberal prizes jus stimulants. A base ball tourna- ment will be a rhiff factor, the clubs I from Waldo, bllko ;ind Hosmer are. to be here to contest with the Fernie clubs for supremacy. Football, foot i racing, horse nicing, Indian pony racing, besides many other sports i will make the day on one i for the lovers of j (First game) and he fell'down on only two. "c.....I stack up j Buffalo 0: Rochester l. he cot were harder than' those he did !the Mmers this week for three ?ameS Game) not" get. Livingstone plaved his po- j >IaCbin wil1 Buffalo 4 sition to a finish. But little Hooker. sure' aild thore be a return ol j who is no bigger than a pint of winnmS streak. j cider but as strong as moonshine e j whiskey, was the chief performer. He'. REGIXA AB R H 0 A E is about as nice a little tlincer as! Sun-mers- 5101 up acainst the local pVard- lb 3 0 0 11 Collins, ss 4114 Providence Newark 0. Amtriean. Gardner. ever stacked swat artists. He has twisters tha would break a snake's back and as for control, he never lot a man 8b the last, innings. The iliners got two hits in a row twice, but the 0 0 o oi At j Detroit 6-; St. Louis 2. I t KJ I r> r> I I t U I DC vi-. i r- run JUNJOnS The Xorth Ward junior baseball team, one of the teams producing- so much excitement on the square these evenings, will appear in natty uni- forms next Saturday through the generosity of W. C. Ives, who has TECUMSEHS LOSE FIRST GAME Vancouver, ]j. C., -June u score of six to four Xew Westminster lacrosse team, champions of the world today, defeated the Tecumsehs of Toronto, champions of Lacrosse Union, in the first match of the ser- ies for Minto Cup. best team won there is not the slightest doubt. The champions held the Te- cunisehs to four goals in four quart- ers, while they themselves punctured The Tecumseh net six times, which gives them lead of two goals for the final match. Westminster style was very effective against the Indians, the remarkable rushes of the defence field completely bewildering the visitors, while the champions shone at close quarters and for the major portion oi' the time they bombarded the Tecuro- seh goal. Only the brilliant work of I the visiting team's goal keeper and j Griffiths kept the score down. The j Tecumseh home could not penetrate I the Westminster defence, the cham- Ipions checking: up closely throughout jJn the first two quarters the visitors held THE LATEST CREATION FOR SUMMER WEAR ALL THE COMFORTS OF A TURN DOWN EFFECT. StorMc. LEADIMQ MAM TOORt MOMTMAL. MAHUFACTIMItM COLLARt, NECKWKAM AMD IMPOKTEMS OF 1C their own. but they could not j maintain the fust pace set in the (early stages of the irame and cham- j pion.s had thorn back on defensive, j Local lacrosse experts agroe that the best U-arn won and that Tecumsehs j will not be -successful in their at- tempt to lift the cup. Westminster i is strong in every department arid in the best of condition, while the visit- ors appear to lack condition. Next game will be played on Tue.sday. Tom O'Connell, of Montreal, and Mrs. Wilson beat Miss Wilson. Win- ner of ladies' singles, Mrs. E- H. Wilson. The game between Hiss and "Mrs.. Wilson was particularly good, each; winning a set and Mrs. Wilson cap- turing the third set after a. good contest. Both ladies were sure and accurate in their placing and some j of Mrs. Wilson's, drives were worthy of Miss May Sutton, while Miss Wil- son was ju'.Uvt' on the court and. b-ack-hand stroke. The officials of ihe day were as fol- lows Refcre-1. W. K. Newcombe umpires. .1. IJ. Anderson, G. W. Rob- inson. J. C. Robertson, W.G. Tran- mer scorer. W. R. Sc-atle. On Thursday rt match will be play- ed with the .Mni-K'0-cl club, but as this Lionel Yorke, of Vancouver, were re-Ils an ali there should be ferees and they held players well in a opptn-iunity for others' than I check. There was no rou-rh play and jtbose lhat alv' playing _to get f-ome- only three men were ruled off and tennis, as it is not expected 'presented the elub with them. PITCHER GOLDRICH With Regina At 4 0 1 S 1 0 i Cleveland 0 Chicago 2. 0101! At 401170! 400 412 401 L 3. 0 -i 0 j 1. 0 34 3 6 27 13 3 i JLETHBRIDG-E Corrigac, cf Cox. If AB R H 0 A Ej .-100400; .401000; Livintrstone, 2b If Bonepilers .lightened up. especially iXeidienfeur- rf Hooker, and nothing more ing. j KillaK- started in to ha.n..i out the slants, but in three and innings r he Bonepilers landed on him safely live He was not showing championship form so he retired and "Cy" Pieh mounted the mound. '-'orrigan. r? 4 0 0 0 0 0 is an artist behind u-hom the team feels safe. lionepik-rs never got! a hit until The last innings, when Lynch> c Hooker connot tod safely. He handed Bell> ss out three charities but always had the game in hand, and his support ;lvilialy' p was irilt-eti-fd. "Cy" is a regular p horse for work and his fielding is a delight. The he gets over to back up Townsenti is sornethihir to remark about. He did .some hitting. too, gettmg TWO out of three times up. Lynch barked both pitchers up' in fi.no style as for Joe has been playing real base-bail a There o'- er. if ihe score had i Washington At (First Game) j Philadelphia 8 Xew York 0. j r Second Game) j Philadelphia 4 Xew York 1. SUNDAY BASEBALL SHRUBB HAD TO DROP OUT Toronto. Ont., -Tune a 20- j mile race tonight between Shrubb i and Longboat. Shrubti dropped out i at 154 miles. Longboat finishing alone in two hours, two minutes and two ShrubVs failure to j finish -was due to his leg giving j out. Shrubb was leading hy three- quarters of a Uu- when forced to quit. Townsend. lb 40202 4 1 1 1 .3 3 0 010 1 4 0 0 2 3 .n i 10 1 0 0 0 .3 0 2 0 National At i First Hame) Chicago 1 Cincinnati 2. MOOSE JAW BALL TEAM HERE jf. The Moose Jiiw ball X team plays Corrigan's Miner? tonight at the ball park. Two games are scheduled for lomor- row at 3 o'clock and "6.30. then for minor offences only. Teams lined, up as follows Westminster Tecumsehs G-ray goal Kinma.n Gal-braith point Griffiths Gifford cover point Grayson Oifffiord, T. Ions, Pickering, Rennie. G. Rennie Bowntrec defence field C. Spring centre __ Felker Gif Gif Wintemute. G. Green, Querrie, Spring. A. Turnbull Gilberts home field L. Turnbull outside Durkins Bryson inside Adam son 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 008 000 3 013 100 6 By Runs Hits By I'tiir." 01'.' 1. 1.1 Us Oil 012 7 Summitry: ninp, Tlegina 2. Stnle.n bi-.s.'-s. -Inc'; Corriuan. Taj-Ior. TTon. Frank OHv.jr. Mrs. Oliver and two ciaugh tors. fifteen, fje- HYLAND WON San Francisco, Cal., June j Dick" Hyland knocked out i Lc-ach Cross, of Xew York, in the! forty-first round of a scheduled forty- ave round bout, at Colma Arena this evening. The light was one of the most sensational in modern 'ring his- and was characterized by the eness and recuperative powers of York pugilist dentist. He fifteen times during the and after the twenty-fifth practically on the de- i TENNIS TOURNAMENT The finals of the spring handi'-ap {of the Lethbridge lawn tennis rlub j u-ere held on i he courts and resulted i as follows MEN'S SINGLES j Higinhotham beat Roach Harman j jbeat Powers Uarman beat Higin- jbotham. Winner of men's singles, G. II-T. Harman. LADIES' SINGLES Mrs. Wilson beut Miss Henderson that -both courts will be busy all the- time. The team to represent Leth- bri'dge will be announced later. It is to be regretted that >Iacleod is un- able to include anv ladief in their- line-up. A tournament will be held at once for mixed doubles and all ladies wish ing to participate should hand their names to the lady secreTar- MIPS D. Wilson. Gentlemen will not be re- quired to hand in their names, an-d if drawn have their selected by the committee. A nom- inal charge of fifty cents entrance.fee will be made for men. On Thursday. .Jul isr. the ladies of the club will rovide tea. Alt members are invited to attend. FigTPfflsfor Faggd People Are the great upbuilding medi- cine of the age. New interest- in life after you've taken box or two. 25 cents a. box or Sve boxes lor a dollar. For sale bv Alberta Drug Co. To Be Dyspeptic Is To 8e Miserable. CIRCUS DAY LETHBRJDGE !reat oiioatei! MAGRATH WCN At Toronto 10 At Shamrocks FAMOUS TROTTER DEAD assist bee. and a h Bank of >rai-.s inspec of Drspepsia is the prevailing malady civilized life. It. is largely dae to errors in ciiet, over-eating, too free geiica ia stiiaaiants and over-taxing tao stomach with indigestible food, eating too rr-iiidly chewing the food suSci- ently, incluiging in hot biscuits, pastry, pickles, confectionery, etc. Constipation, headache, heartburn, sour stomach, distress after eating, belching of wind, faintncss, fulhiess and disten- tion or the stomach are a few of the many distressing symptoms of the poor, weary dyspeptic. Burdock Blood Bitters regu- lates the stomach, stimulates the secretion of the saliva and gastric juice to facilitate digestion, removes acidity, purifio blood, and Kmes up the system to foil health and vigor, and thereby WEDNESDAY, July 7, iPOS. CIRCUS MENAGERIE Truiht'ttliv Ailvcrr.i.si.-d w ?o A 15 tT 4 T" 7 i rj lungs Horses Ottawa, at Ottawa, has been appointed manager at Vancou- Racine, Wi.s.. .June Eyesee !ver- j known the country over as the first j Prof. Ceo. C. Workman has entered 2.lu trotter, died yesterday on the a second action for S5.000 damagvs all its tributary Pleasant Vjcw Farm, seven miles I for libel alk-irefl to be contained in I l j Mr. Sawler, Gold RITW, outiJcyan theolwical Collccrc in Work- to so effect, I commenced taking Burdock Blood Bitten I thick it u bwl medicine then if for eomplMBi." For at all TnijflMi tad DARE of I to the famous Deactor 2.17J. WANT A GAME HERE. Brandon, Man., June 24, 1909 Sporting Editor: Dear University of Dakota baseball team is on its way to the Coast and wifl pass through Lofhbridge about July 6th, and we woulo. like very much to get a ijains there, providing the league .s r.ol at that time. So far on .-ui we have had very good rrow 13 H; the games. We would apprioa'-e i: verj much if you wouU nc ihe manager of some local club in regard to this matter. Hoping that it is posible to stop over in your city, I MANAGER GARDINER Catcher tar Hit rittk tohind Set. am, Yours truly, Emmett Everson, Address: Indian Head, 28th and 29th; June 30, and July 1. man 's initial suit 1'or S5.000 for al- illegal dismissal from the teach ing staff of that college. The college staff found his teachings not in ac- cordance with the Methodist doctrine DEVIL WHO LOOPS RENALLO THE GAP GRAND SPEC'S ACULAR FREE STREET PARADE 10 a.m. Two Performances Two and Eight p.m. Doors Open One Hour Earlier Lethbridge, Wednesday, July 7th -ONE BIG DAY YOUR MONEY BACK Tf you are not satisfied after MWllffl tit >EU FOOT PflWDFI you 'have used a box of W" ll lUil rUWUlll For the relief of Tired, Aching. Swollen. Sweat- ing, Tender, Burning em Preserve8 c leather, and keeps the sweet and wholesome PRICE TWENTY-FIVE CENTS SOLD AT The -PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE NORTH WARD W. P. J. ALEXANDER Prescription Sptcialitt Yon 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 lirer Block ;