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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGfi, ALBERTA, FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1909. WISE Say old man don't get disheartened just because your first investment went wrong. The country is full of good things, I'll you a "pointer." You may lose money sometimes but not all the time, failures to make money comes from fear orit is the biggest asset you can own. PLUCK is the mould in which money is minted. Get in on the ground floor. Buy lots today. Don't wait until the price has advanced 300 to 500 per cent. Buy now and reap a harvest. Burdett lots are a safe, sure and profitable investment HATCH COONS and WEBER REALTY CO Agents for Lethbridge. give Don't Let Your Clothes Wear You Out An eminent authority says, Ill-fitting, badly made clothes not only make one look old and decrepit, but actually cause premature decay. Think of a man being welded in bad fitting clothes for two- thirds of his life." Badly-made clothes will break a man's health, just as surely, as bad habits will In fact, wearing poorly made, ill-fitting clothes is a bad habit that influences mind and body alike. Wearing "Progress Brand" Clothing is a habit of good business sense, of good economy and is conducive to good health. "Progress Brand" Clothing keeps a man young, because they fit perfectly, and are always easy and comfortable. Don't let your clothes wear you out Keep young by wearing BASEBALL RESULTS SPORTS I Following are results of yes- terday's game in the 'big leagues Eastern At Lethbridge Gets Bumped Again At the Hat Medicine May hoo- doo still hangs over the camp of the Miners. In tonight's game they out- batted, and except for one innings, outplayed the locals, but they lost it all in the fatal seventh when a mixture of errors, bases on balls and other gifts threw the game away. Pieh was wild passing nine men and hitting three others. He allowed Chicago 6 I Jersey City 2 i At Toronto- Providence 3 'roronto 8 At 3 Rochester 5 At i P.uGalo 0 Northwestern At Spokane 4 Tacoma 2 At Vancouver 0 Seattle 7 National At R H 4 5 9 14 2 3 12 only two hits off his delivery. Camp- bell had good .control, but was touched up for eight hits, of which Chesty Cox got three. The score Lethbridge AB R H o A 10 6 Joe Corrigan, cf 401 Taylor, 3b............... 4 0' 1 Jack Corrigan. rf.... 400 Cox, Ib 433 Canty, If................. 101 Bell, ss 302 Chandler, 400 Lynch, c 400 Pieh, p 400 3 Totals ........1. 32 3 8 24 12 5 Medicine Hat AB R H O A E Bennett, cf 12 1 3 1-0 Wilson, 2b 300110 Morgan, If, 2b 3 Childers, Sb............ 4 Williams, rf 1 Harper, ss 3 Ward, c 2 Towrisend, Ib p 2 Whisman, If............. 0 Oil 0 0 0 0 Boston................................. 2 At j Cincinnati 2 10 2 [Brooklyn At Philadelphia 5 10 2 St. Louis............................ 181 At New Pottsburg............................ 182 New York............................ 2 50 American At Chicago ...............................12 15' 1 Boston 325 At St. t St. Louis 250 Xew 5 2 At Detroit 581 Philadelphia........................ 390 At Cleveland- Cleveland 2 9, 2 Washington......................... 371 I LYCEUM TO-NIGHT "Old Heidelberg" To-Morrow Matinee 2.30 O'CLOCK Triss, or, a child of Rockies Saturday Night The Lieutenant and the Cow- boy o Tailored and Guaranteed by H, VINEBER6 A CO., UNITED, Sold with a Guarantee by McKelvie McGuire Shmbb Put It Over St. Yves Westminster Won the First From Regina Montreal, May Shrubb the English middle distance cham Totals 20 5 2 10 2 proved his ability to go a die- out, hit .by batted balf. jtance further than 15 miles in win- Lethbridge 010 100 a ing style, by defeating St. Yves, Medicine Hat.......... 100 000 Ithe Marathon champion from France Summary-: Two-base hit, Canty. Struck out, by Pieh. 3, by Campbell 2. Double plays, Taylor, to Chand- ler. Taylor to Cox, Harper to Town- send. Hit by pitcher, by Pieh 3, by Campbell 1. Sacrifice hits, Canty. Bell, Bennett. Harper, Townsend and in the 20 mile race on the Montreal A.A.A. grounds this evening. Shrubb won by a lap and a quarter, about 690 yards, in the fast time of one hour, 'fifty-four minutes and 25 sec- onds. St. Yves finished the race .in 1.56.24. It was a big surprise, St. In the Roped Arena Jim Jeffries, who is in Chicago doing a vaudeville stunt, declares that- he will fight Johnson within five months after Ms theatri- cal contract expires in July. Jeff says that he does not want to hold any interview with the black and will knock his block off if he comes around him. "Jack Johnson won an easy victory over Tommy Burns in Sydney, N. S. W. on December 26 of last year. Just such an easy vic- tory I will have -oTer the negro fight- er, who says he is champion of the world, but he will be a more marked fighter than Burns declares the boilernraker. "I will -batter him beyond recognition. I have harbor- ed ill-feeling for a number of men I met in battle, but never so bitter have I been, against any other living soul. Pitnuoter Coffroth, it is under- stood, 'has arranged a 45-round bat- tli between Jem Driscoll and Abe A U :11 fojc the feather-weight" cham- pioi rhip of the world, to be decided at CcJma, Cal., Thanksgiving Day. men will, fight for 50 per cent. of the gate receipts, which may the mark. Just what vijight will govern the mill is not known, but the belief is country in June'. He writes that he be ready to meet all comers in short bouts during the summer months, and will then begin, training for the battle with Attell. It as pre- dicted that Driscoll and Attell will provide one of the most sensational contests between featherweights the world has ever seen, and opinions al- ready differ as to the outcome. that the little pugilists will, scale at 122 pounds five or six hours before ring time. Driscoll has decided to cut short his theatrical engagements in England, and will return to this Freddie Welsh, one of the most successful boxers in the world today, is an Englishman, but learned the art of fisticuffs in this country. He came to America a few years back and got a job in a chop house in New York. One day while passing down Broadway he was attracted by a gymnasium-sign and, always hav- ing a love for boxing, went -into the. place and asked for a job. The man- ager was not favorably impressed with tho boy's looks and refused to put him on the salary list. A young ady stenographer. employed in the- gym, however, took a fancy to the modest little Englishman and plead- ed with the manager to give Welsh I a job teaching a class of young men. THE ENGLISH CHAMPION Ian Hague, Giant Miner Who Fight Sam Langford Is To Sam Langford, the Boston negro, is now in England, where he is to fight the champion of that country, Ian Hague, May 24. The battle is to take place before the National Sporting Club of London. Hague is a big miner and jumped into the limelight by his quick defeat of Gun- ner Jim Moir in less than a round not long ago in London. Prior to :hat contest Hague had .never ap- peared in an event of any import- ance, and it was regarded as a freak match by all but the close admirers of the man. Before the match with Moir back- ers of Hague announced that in the event of a win over, Moir they stood ready to back their man against o ther top-notchers. Hague jumped ,t the chance to meet Langford. The Englishman will have many physical Campbell Bases on .balls, off PiehjYves being practically a 1 to 2 fav- 9. Left on bases, Lethbridge 6, Medicine Hat, 8. Umpire, Dyer. Freddie made a big hit with every advantages over the Boston boxer, one -by his cleverness, and soon be-i'but it is not believed on this side very popular. One night he; that he will be able to get anything expressed a wish that he might some i better than a sound thrashing from day get a chance.in the preliminary ;i the negro terror. Hague is credited at one of the big clubs. "I having a tremendous punch, the manager of the said the Hague's real name is William, but young lady, who had in the mean-' was nicknamed Iron, -because of his time become Freddie's sweet strength and endurance. heart, "and j. think I can get you on." And she did. Freddie won hands down, and from that day to this never had to beg any man for a chance to show his wonderful know- ledge of the boxing art. later corrupted to Ian. This was He is 26 years of age, 6 feet tall and weighs 3.90. His father and grandfather were noted athletes. Of Hague's 11 fights he has won the last six with right-hand knockouts. At Brandon 200000 Winnipeg 002 .011 OOx-4 Batteries Hansett and Mdnnes Hartman and Edmonds. Donnelly. At Moose Jaw Regina....................... .400 000 Batteries: "Walters, Taylor "and Steele Sporer and Gardner.' Umpire At Edmonton- Calgary Game called at end of 3rd on account of rain. Batteries Smith Burridge Vining and Kelly. orite. Reports that Shrubb's right leg had gone back on him since the Longboat race led most of the ex- perts to believe he would fade away after the fifteenth mile. Shrubb went out into the lead after the first i twenty yards and setting a fast pace, opened a big lead in the early stages of the race. BASES ON BALLS. Mostly bases on balls; Three straight is hard lines. Five runs on two. hits against sight hits is a strange baseball story Lethbridge has outbatted the Gas If etnas each game yet, and still they ose. It takes more than batting to win. Three m a row is a lot tp lose at he beginning. But worse starts have results in ehampiotships. It was only a few years ago that Toronto was a pennant winner after losing ine straight at the beginning. Cheer up. LACROSSE WAR NOW WAGED IN TORONTO Toronto, May is likely to be a merry war in local lacrosse circles between the Torontos and the Tecumsehs. It is reported that the Indfans have secured Art Warwick and will hold him this year for ex- hibition games only and play him next summer. It is reported that the trouble all started over the Dad Stewart case and that the officers of the Indians are prepared to go the limit now. Warwick will report at the island after his Regina trip, Charles Querrie, the Tecumseh man- ager, said this morning in regard to Bun Clarke that he did not think the statements credited to Clarke at He- gina are true. Clarke wrote transportation Vancouver, B. C., May a score of 6 to 4, New Westminster today defeated the Regina Capitals in the first match of the series for the M'into cup, played at Queen's Park, New Westminster, before a crowd that numbered people. It was a very slow exhibition that the teams put up, the challengers be- ing in very poor condition, while after the second quarter, the cham- pions were unable to maintain the hot pace which characterized, their movements during the first half of the game. They scored all of their goals in the first forty minutes, and in the concluding periods were un- Garbutt Business College Stafford Block, Lethbridge Day and Night School. I n d i vidual instruction. Book-keeping, Shorthand, Typewriting, Lessons in English. _ Geo. J. Schmidt, Principal here and Querrie aays that and asked for if necessary he can publish his letters, which would not look well for Clarke in Regina. "As far as the Tecumsehs are con- cerned we will have a good team and expect to land the championship again and also make, a good bid for able to penetrate the Regiha goal, while the challengers added two goals, one in the third and another in the fourth quarter. New Westminster's .defeme too steady for the challengers, who adopted eastern tactics of circling rouud the goal in, an effort to draw out the defence. They did not suc- ceed in doing this with the cham- pions, however, who held them out- side of the scoring zone all through the afternoon. Two of Retina's oals were scored on long shots, vhile others were registered by Mur- ton and Gorman after some pretty individual work. On their form today, Regina will hardly win the cup. Their defense is good, but the home did not make much of an .impression against the champions, who held them, at -a safe range. t1 On the other hand the champions were continually boring in on Re- gina's goal, and all of their goals came as a result of these persistent rushes. After half time they appear- ed tired and from then till the end of the game they did not exert them- selves very although they had a dozen shots on the goa> to Re- gina's one. Unless the visitors show-'marked improvement in their worki- in the game, it is more than likely that they will return home empty ianded. The play was very clean compared with some of the-mattes that have been played IJiAvpeen eastern and western teams, and rough playing was conspicuous by its absence. Turnbull, Warwick, Gorman and L. Turnbull were badly used up, War- wick being compelled to retire in the tal of 35 minutes, against one New Westminster man for 10 minutes. The final match will be played next Monday. The line-up New Westminster Gray, Galbraith T. Gifford, .j. Gifford, G. Rennie, T. Rennie, Fettey, w. Turnbull, Spring, A. TurnbulL L. Bryson; .Regina Clark, Howard, Lalonde, West, Shea, Davidson, Warwick, Mur- ton, Allan, :Gorman; McGregor, Dougall. Summary: First quarter, Westmin- ster, Bryson, 3.34; Regina, Morton, 9.30 Gorman. :i.49. Second Bry? son, 2.08 Westminster, Spring, 4.- 27 Westminster,