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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBWDGE, ALBERTA, SATURDAY, MAY 15, s The artistic expression into tY good suit of clothes. Therfe are no frills or furbelows that so often hide defects in both fabric and good form. Tn the Semi-ready garments there is always a beauty of line and draping, and the perfect shoulder fitting which shows good tailoring. Because we emphasize our higher- priced Suits at S30 and S35 do not discredit our Suits. They are tailored in the same fabrics linings are less expensive. The Suit costs as much to make. A. SOUTHARD, SOLE AGENT A BOY'S FAT INCOME Toronto, Hay "Wilfrid Mcrison, the boy singer of All Saints' church choir, Toronto, lias accepted an offer from a New York Concert company of per week to travel between, York and San Fran- cisco.. ;apd thence to Australia, the engagement to cover one year, with the option of singing for two years. SPOR1S LETHBRIDGE TEAM LOST After a Hard-Fought Battle: the Miners Were Defeated By Medicine Hat In Good Game Of Ball Record Crowd Saw Opening Game Both Teams Made Good handed c.utch of a lob. These added to a Httle boncheudetl base running, toll how the Cos Metros got their runs utui how Comfinu's Corkers didn't get theirs. There were about eleven hundred people crowded on the grandstand, the bleachers und around the grounds who their way in to sec the fun and give the opening of the Western Canada Baseball tcapue a good send- off. besides there were a couple oil hundred cheap guys who kept Con-1 stable Billy 1 the fence. lie made numerous hits and they made as runs. But unfortunately they were not on the team nnd the runs did not count ex- cept when the money was counted. It was a big. good-natured crowd, j und they enjoyed the fun all the tune except for a minute or two occasion- j ally. They cheered as Mayor Henderson" took the box and up his south-paw tirni to deliver an! out -drop in the direction of ex-Mayor Cousins of 3Iedicine Hat, who held the mitt and thereby opened j ___ what promises to be the best season, of sport that Lethbri-dge has had. And they it up. Indian; right Taylor was a popular favorite from'; of s the start, and when he biffed out the! died first single for the team, they went j rn wild, but when he sational catch in the eighth, they went crazy t6ver him. Chesty Cox and Manager .Tack Corrigan trot into popular favor early in the game. And the home players were not the THE LATEST CREATION FOB SUMMER WEAR AU. THE COMFORTS OF A TURN DOWN EFFECT. "Anchor" Brand Brand "Alironto" 3 We. SOLD BY LEADING FURNISHERS. MADE BY TOOKE BROS UMITCO. MONTREAL. MANUFACTURERS or SHIRTS. COLLARS. NECKWEAR AND IMPORTERS OF MEN'8 FURNISHINGS- 16 The score Medicine Hat IVnijvtl, cf 4 Wilson, 2b 5 Whisman. If 4 3b 3 Williams, rf 3 Harper, ss................ 3 Ward, c 3 Townsend, Ib 3 Welch, p................... 3 AB R H O A 2. 1 0 0 1' 3 0 11 10 pretty one m Taylor landed a but found oi g bases from in- the same way the second things were doing, pulled off the sen- his way to first. Williams took a ride. Harper beat out a bunt. Ward bunted one to Gebeau and he cot mixed in his directions as aforesaid, and Williams scored the first run of the season. v to Jack C. Harper came Total 31 5 6 27 17 1 Lethbridge AB R H O A R Corrigan. Joe, cf 401200 Taylor, 3b................ 301110 Canty, If................. 301101 Cox. ib, 3b 300500 Gilmore, Ib 100301 Corrigtui, Jack, rf 3 2-1 3 0 0 Lynch, c .............t..... -100700. Chandler. 2b 202110 Bell, ss 413300 Gebeau, p 3 0 0 1 5.1 !Nelson, p 000-000 Total 30 3 9 27 7 3 By innings- Medicine Hat 0 0 0 I 0 0 0 2-3 flits -121 0 0 1 0 0 Lethhridge 0101 1 0 0 Hits 11030030 Summary Double to Cox. Bell Stolen Corrigan. Cox, Harper. Bennett. Left on 4. Medicine Hat 4. Struck Gebeau 4. by -'-h 1. Sacrifice Harper, Ward. V Bases on Gebeau -1." ofi THE CANADIAtfBANK OF CC HEAD OFFICE. TORONTO B. I. W1LOR, Prasideot ALKZAITDKK LAIBLD, Gtneril Paid-up Capital, Reserve Fund, TRAVELLERS CHEQUES m The new Travellers' Cheques recently issued by this Bank are a most convenient iij which to carry money when travelling. They arc issued in of and and exact payable in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Great Britain, Holland, Italy, Norway, Russia, Sweden and Switzerland is stated on the face of each cheque, while in other countries they are payable at current rates. The cheques and all information regarding taem may obtained at every office Bank. Lethbridge Branch C.G. Oourse, Manager Northwestern At R H E Tacoma Portland i At Vancouver Aberdeen At Seattle Spokane National At Chicago New York................... That Spring Tiredness Can't last after yonVe taken a box or two of FIG PILLS TheyVe proved a boon to thousands vhy not yon? For sale by ALBERTA DRUG CO, Medicine Hat 5, Lethbridge 3. That is what happened, but it had no right to happen. Gebeau pitched as steady ball as Welch rind did not allow as many hits by fifty per cent. The local swatters punched out no fewer than nine nice bingfes while all that the Mad Hatter willow svielders could poke through were six, and one of these was a choice between a hit an-d an error. Gebeau and Nelson ma-do live of the enemy eat dust oS the palm leaf, while only one of the Miners took the dose, and as ior hand-outs, they were only one worse than the other fellow. Hpw did it happen Well. Gebeau got a wrong vision of Taylor's position in the second an-d threw the ball perfectly where he was not. That caused, the first spasm. in the ninth. Giknore introduced himself by failing to pull through a grandstand one- only favorites. That good sport. Si sent a Bennett, a favorite of two years ago, i caught, it, but was metaphorically taken into on the throw. Welch was pre- arms of the Lethbridge public, Dented. but got no further as Ben- wiiea he robbed Taylor of a Bopped a fly to Chandler and Welch 2. Hit by Cor- -u rigan. Chandler. Townsend. Wild Brooklyn.............................10 Attendance 1.1 "0. tvro-sacker by a spectacular one- handed catch while flying in the air. the cheers sriven him were unstinted. BALLS AND STRIKES Two too bad. Lynch pulled in Wilson's high foul, j The Miners came right -back. Cox j went out on a tly to Harper, but But the game. After Umpire Dyer! Jack C. took one in the slats. Lynch ha-d ordered Mayor Henderson out of helped kirn along, L1 handler j the box because Corrigan had not; complimentary und things his contract signed, Gebeau j good. Bell swatted the sphere saidy j mounted the mound to deliver twist-; over, short, scoring his manager but, ers. Si was first man up and he biff- Chandler tried to stretch himselt to things vp in his department. ed a beaut v out to Canty, who took third on the deal and got caught. full potion Wilson sent a sizzler Whisman beat out a bunt but was Lothbridge was seriously demoral- about four feet over Bell's head, but Doubled up when Guilders poked a -zetl with thc of Indian Taylor he climbed up enough to touch l punk one to Gebeau. Williams -.start- the seventh._____ but not to hold. While helping ed the fan habit. Gebeau sent a hot St. Louis American At St. St. Louis I Washington i Eastern j At I Providence i Montreal 250 392 7 0 4 0 10 G 6 10 :Sine hits to six an-d then losers. 3 Shortstop Harper of the Hat burnt i "IT HELPS SAYS O'LOUGHLIN where ho staved. Whisman went out j to-first route and Taylor was at first and' Childers put up a foul j of double by Bennett's sensational league beat that that Lynch accepted. 'Joe C. bounded one to Welch and he put it over to Townsend, retiring n of Lethbridge's base- Tt was one two three with the ball honor look like a collection of 'Hatters in "the founh.- Canty beat j the real goods. They arc full of 1 out a bunt. Cox sacrificed aim aiung. ginger on the field and right on hand 'jack hit to shortstop who fielded a with the big stick. M 4 -f TO- V 4- 4- 4- -f 4- 4- 4- -f GRASSY LAKE -ON VICTORIA DAY 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4 4- 4- 4- 4- little slow. j the plate Lvnch's Cantv was caught at i tryin- to make it on The Medicine Hat team is gouu Chandler was hit. i one too. They play ball all the time 4- "It's rotten, this new rule, ;4- Silk.' What's it for. any j That's what several'players asked Umpire O'Loughlm the ;-f other afternoon at "warming j-f- up" time, and here is what 14- replied j-f "It's good, this new rule. It i -4- helps the game. It puts it on 1-4- a higher standard ami it ele- :4- vates the sport." -f The rule they were all talk- !-f ing about is the one inaugur- ;ood i 4- ated which prevents the play- ers from ,.onc team being on on the 14- the field when the players of The New Pool Room: 4 In the basement of the J Oliver Block is C. L. UPTON Proprietor -f -f Unino- fbA hasps Bell came up and i Their infield is snappy and .in. _- or the SVM. tb. ibut Lvnch was caught at'the plate, s does not need much more than t-ismg. Minister Wants i To Enforce Law 4- 4- 4- 4 4- -f 4- 4- H- 4 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- t A Grand Day of Sport Football Match-vS.O.E. League Team of Lethbridge vs. Grassy Lake Baseball vs. Grassy Lake Running Races Cowboy Races Trotting Races Tug of Lake vs. Comers In the evening the new Perry Hall will be Opened with a Dance. Re- freshments served. There will also be Speech-making Special Trains will be run from lethhridge to Medicine lat Let everybody come and have a good time at the growing town of Grassy Lake 4- 4 4 4- 4- 4- 4- T Score .The visitors forged ahead again on i a pass to Bennett and Wilson's drive to left which Canty dropped. Leth- bridge went out in order. I Williams issued a grass-cutter, j Harper sacrificed. Ward lined one straight at Bell took it and doubled up Williams at second -on- assisted. Cox got a life on Will- iams' error but no one could help him past second. Nothing was doing for the Hat .'n the'seventh. Chandler down and got there. Bell macie his hit. Gebeau was caught at third. Bennett. He covers acres. 14- LEAGUE i 'May game was a j remarkably good one, nothing to-j mar the harmony in wind or weath- er. Had Calgary scored three runs i n the C1TY LEAGUE FOOTBAL The executive of the City a Spokaxne, M. R. Huston, pastor of First Method- ist church at Camas, Wash., made formal application to the council, asking for the appointment -T ,01 town marshal, so that he can en- 4-i force the Sunday closing- laws 4. -f 4- -f j against saloons and stop several other evasions of the law. He pro- mises to obtain convictions of the violators if clothed with police au- thority. The application will be- Football considered at the June meeting of an-d it is expected battle, sioce it is re- have been so thrilling, but she did not. Calgary was behind right tip to thc eighth spasm an-d theft when deiegates, who wished for a short runs were needed, when aa honest. postponement of their match sched- to be olavcd on May 28th to a meeting in the room of the Balmoral Hotel the councilmen at S p m last night, all the mem- j there will be a bers being present. A communica-J ported that a few of the town fath- no-n was received from the Maple j ers