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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDQE, ALBEWTA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1909. The Model Restaurant 2 Appeals to everybody by its 5 and ought to claim the patronage of all Excellent Menu 1 3 t SPORTS Great Game At Edmonton Union Men As it is run on strictly union principJes Rooms in connection I Edmontoo, May the most spectacular game of the season, play- King's Horse Won Derby Epsoin Downs, May won the A heavy downpour jf rain which commenced early this morning and continued until noon, with threats of showers the afternoon, kept thousands of casual race goers from journeying down to Epsom Downs today to witness the historic Derby. Interest in the race, however, rt- anained undiniinished, and His Ma- jesty's "Minoru" was still the favor- ite. The ruin scarcely affected the 40 I John PROPRIETO R Did ybu ever see what the Menu Card at ed here, "Edmonton took the which usual, comes down by game of the series from Lethbridge, j roacjs the score being r> to 4. 1 j Kinn. and queen Alexandra Lethbridge took the lead from Victoria> the Prince and start and by heavy hitting, together j princess of Walos ,and other with consistent fielding-, succeeded in.: running in four scores 'before the lo- j cals were able to connect. -In the j 7th and innings Edmonton by heavy hitting, couple with two er- rors by .Lethbridge., succeeded in scor- ing one "in. the former and four in the latter, the winning run being gained by llcCJuire hitting a Uy The Cafe says? Did you ever see how the waitresses and cooks carry out the instruc- tions on the Menu Card? Try it! to centre field, ilyirur out, enabling the runner on third to score. It was of the- Royal family came by train. Upon arriving they were driven to the Royal enclosure in semi-state aCCompanied by outriders. bcttillff on Minoru wus 7 to o. The Qf H-s Majesty-s horse andwas by a grcat burst of -enthus. .asm w Raphael-s -'Louie-re" was faecOTjdi and ,.Winiam the Fourth" Fifteen _horses ran. RED FIFE A New Shape- As Neat It Looks "RED FIFE" 2 for 25c, TOOKE 8R08. LIMITED. MONTREAL MAKERS OF SHIRTS, COLLARS, TIES, VESTS -AND IMPORTERS OF MEN'S FURNISHINGS. 8 Caledonians Celebrate an excellent game ami but for hard j, .g a ]my colt by Cyllen'ef luck-Lethbridge should have _won. 16-ut Q( Mother Siegel> conse. quent ly a, high class animal, in the Lethbridtre 120 001 i Edmonton 000 000 thoroughbred list. Summary Two-base hits, McGuire ig girc Q, Cicero wno won Brennan, Shea, Cox. Sacrifice hits, 190_ Derby for Lord Roseberry. .McGuire, Reaves, Hill. Lynch. Stolen J Ag two.vear.olti hc was not much bases. Corrigan, Cox. Murphy and Qf a succesg on account Qf scme eve Reaves. Hit by -pitcher, Burridge. Innings pitched, trouble, but he made a few good at- Kling Wants Will President Charles Jlurphy, of the Chicago Cubs, be willing to give Johnny Kling, his peerless back- stop, -an increase- in salary equalling i twice the salary oi a United States senator and at the same time enter into an agreement whereby is to be unconditionally released at the end of the present season This is what Kling is wondering, Jumngs pitcnea, tooawm t, tempts showing that hc possessed and the above is the ultimatum sent 2. Struck; out. by Sterling 7, by ,peod and stamiim- His work as Manager Chance a couple of days Goodwin 4, Hits, off .Sterling 6, off three.vear.oW continued to show im- ago. As the days go by no one Goodwin 9. off 3S-elson 4. Bases on ovement he favorite i watches what the Cubs are doing balls, off Sterling 1, off-Goodwin 8. -n Time, 1.55. Umpire, Voss. Attend- j ance, 750. classic event. BASIBALL RESULTS Following are the results of yes- terday's game in the-'big leagues Western Canada At Moose Jaw 000 320 Winnipeg 100 000 Batteries Van and Ander- be still even. The play varied son Rosevear and Steele. end to end and snots were made Football Last night on the sqjuare there was a lively game of football 'between the These two .teams were even an the league contest for the Buchanan tro- more closely than ttie recalcitrant. Each for the world's cham- pions make it more probable that in the end Kling's demands will be Up until the early part of last The Caledonian Society celebrated the evening of Victoria Day 'by in- viting -delegations from other organ- izations in the city to a Union Soc- ial in the Caledonian hall on Glyn street. President Kelly, of the Caledonian Society, in a neat speech welcomed the "The- Caledonians wish to be good friends with everybody, and Scots are not so clannish as some people think. Every man here is a Canadian. We have a right to build up Canada.and we want to co- operate with others in doing it. "Man to man the world OJJT, Shall brothers be for a' that." The speaker thought that this say- ing of Bums did not apply to Scots alone but to everybody. j program of songs, reci- i tations and speeches., was too long to j report today. Several of the Leth- j bridge City football team were call- I c-d on and .showed that they could entertain in more ways than one. Aid. .King, who was present repre- senting the S.O.K. and the City Council, was called on for a. speech, and he said he realized that we are all brothers under one tlag. which we I will always maintain floating over this fair land. He said he had only met one bad Scotchman, but that was not in Canada. He was glad to be among Scotchmen for they were jail jolly good fellows. As a citizen an alderman he wanted to see the square kept for sport and recrea- tion games of all kinds. A. E. Dupen, as president of the New double Breasted Styles, Serge Suits We want to emphasize tjie fact, right at the start, that these Suits have no equals in Canada at the price. We guarantee the color just as we guarantee every thread of the cloth and eveiy stitch of the tailoring. McKELViE McGUIRE Sole Agents for Lethbridfe. Caledonians and t ially towards the end of the latter Goldrich and. Umpire-Don- when nellv. NortHwestern At Portland- Johnson s Not Rate So High Just Now Philadelphia, May John- son's stock experienced a big drop in -this city as the result of hjs battle Trith O'Brien recently. The fight fans smile wearily when the big black's championship claims are. men- tioned, and predict a quick curtain when Jeffries' enters the ring with-the pretender. O'Brien declared that he had little xliitculty in covering himself from attack. Had the fight been to- a finish. O'Brien is confident he would have beeiyjeturned winner. Johnson had little to say about the fight beyond the fact that he thinks he had the better of the argu- ment. "Yes, my showing was a dis- ,-appointment to he said, "but O'Brien.held on at all times to save himself.. I can't do my best against a hugger, but at that had him "beaten." Stanley Ketchel was an interested ringside spectator. Ketchel was-dis- gusted with Johnson's work and de- clared that O'Brien had at least an -even 'break. He is certain of his .ability to talie Johnson's measure. Among those who believe the dusky fighter would- be an easy morsel for Jeffries to digest, is W. A. Brady. "Johnson is said Mr. Bra'dv. "ffe would be very easy for Jeffries, and if the two meet, .Tohn- won't have a ghost of a chance to win." goul rep pressed the Shortly be- 1 R H IT "7 3 Portland 320 At Aberdeen .......-........................0- 2 1 i -National 8 i At Tacoma............................... 4 12 1 Vancouver 0 2 Pacific Coast At Oakland............................... 6 94 Los Angeles 1 4 0 At San Francisco 6 90. Portland 2 4-1 At Vernou 1 6, 1 Sacramento 2 91 Eastern At Rochester............................ 1 30 Montreal -4, 9 1 At x 'Jersey City......................... 9 16 2 Providence.......................... 1 At Buffalo................................. .6 Toronto 0 At Baltimore .............................5 Newark 7 22 At Philadelphia 022 Ciiicinnati 1 At Pittsburg 5 Boston................................. 2 6 At New st. Louis o New York........................... 1 At Chicago 4 Brooklyn 3 American At St. St. '.Louis 5 .0 0 At Detroit- Detroit 7 Washington........................ 4" 1 At Cleveland. 2 Philadelphia .........13 fore half time McDonald, of the Cal- lies, was in jurdd? online knee. When play; was stopped the Maple Leaf goalkeeper was injured while the spectators were shooting on goal. This weakened the Maple Leaf team consider-ably for after, this they were 'playing with; -ten men -against the CaLlies though the .Scots had man 'badly injured and of little use? Still the Maple pluckily .held their, goal safe till within a few minutes of the end, when W. Scott did, the 'trick and scored one for the Callies. The play varied -after, .but neither side scored and victory rested lead for the city championship.' E. R. Tabrum acted as .official referee and acted fairly to both sides. A win counts two points and a tie one each. The standing of the clubs i is now as follows but he said that Murphy knew. A telegram .from Manager Chance while, the team was at Pittsburg brought about the change of heart. It was a long, extremely long mes- sage, urging Klicg to; fulfil the terms of his contract. Many reasons were given why' John should join the team. It told Kling that if it was a question of money so, and the matter be-, taken under advisement. J Kling Gives Terms That was the word Kling has been waiting for and a later a message was dispatched to Chance naming the terms. The amount -was large, bringing salary 'approxi- mately to the mark and with the proviso that an unconditional re- lease must be forthcoming at the end of the present season when Kling's contract Even, at Kling doesn't want to join the Cubs. A "certain mag- briefly. He said great praise was due to the city football team who had played so well, and the referee, too. deserved credit for his fair de- cisions. The hearty support of the public was appreciated by all.- In South Africa he had fought side by side with the, jScots, who had caught the stirrups of the Strathcona Horse i and rushed onward to victory. On behalf of the Press and as a Canadian F. H. .F. McKitrick refer- tcd to the land of the Maple where all nationalities flourish together in one garden. Canada needs men of character, and football helps to de- I vclop character. There is need in i the .city, for a Y. M. C. A. and all i members of athletic organizations should heartily support such an in- stitution with a first class gymna- 'sium. E. A. Cunningham, one of the Cale- donian said he had played for seven years in the city league of Montreal and he praised the local boys and the goalkeeper of "the local team. Referring to the "Moral Re- form League he said it better to .cure the disease by removing the cause. It was enough to drive a young man to drink or worse -if he had no amusement and no home with the Callies who are now in the" nate made a proposition to Kling months ago, offering inducements which Kling thinks wUuld put him in a position to- become wealthy in a few years. It calls for Kling's serv- ices during the ball season 'and at, the same time- gives him, an oppor- other than room at the the four walls of his boarding house. The Caledonian club room was to remedy this. In the winter it is expected to have a curling rink. Most of the square should be reserved for recrea- tion. The work in connection with shoot on June 4. 5 and 6. This will annual tournament' of Sportmen's As- be the 16th the Montana sociation. It is conceded that Great Falls has the finest shooting grounds in the northwest. They are located on Fif- teenth street, north of the smelter line of street railway, ten minutes' ride from the hotels. The traps con- sist of two automatic ar machine traps, of throwing 1000 tar- gets each per hour; eight expert traps with electric pull attachment, arranged one set of five and one set of three, Sergeant system. The set of five is so arranged that three can be used Sergeant system. The. club house is arranged 40x16 feet. The annual tournament is usually attend- ed by from 125 to 150 people, 75 to 85 of whom shoot. No pains or expense will be spared to make the shoot a success, as well as an enjoyable .one for. all visiting sportsmen. The shoot will be under the management of the club's presi- dent. Mr. J. II. Gaunt. The Alberta Gun CMib of Leth- bridge. not being metobers of the Montana association, cannot compete in the trophy events, but can in all others. There, may be one or tw teams of five each go from here and not only try their luck but may- learn something new aiJbut trap shooting. With all the gun clubs .that are in Alberta we should get up an asso- ity of their respective guns, shells or powder. At the' coming shoot there will no doubt be- a. large munber of these gentlemen on the firing line. While they are permitted to all events, they cannot compete for money or prizes and shoot for tar- gets only. Won Lost Points tunity to-go into business in a city Caledonians 2 0 -4 larger- than his home town- and ciation of our own and have it big tournament each year. This would Maple Leafs S. O. E. i where competition isn't i so 'brisk. i It's no secret in Kansas City that Kling's billiard parlor, the new one 7 1 On Thursday next the S. O.-E. and which cost isn't a howling j the A. O- iP. play their first match success financially. 0 together. 2 But to return to Kling and the pos- sibility of his returning to Chicago. ,r Iliike all plavers who have achieved The annual tournament oi the Mon- 63L fame, Kling feels the playing fever jtana- State Sportsmen s Association registeVed events, governed by more each day' the -opening of the season ..he was em- Phatic in that couM the rules of the Interstate Sports- .4 2j. menV'Association, which was organ- izod December 23, 1895. for the en 3 1 6 1 01 10 (5 1 j 41 16 1 couragement of trap shooting-, with Elmer E. Shanneivof Pittsburg, Pa., as secretary and manager. Copies of the scores of both professional and amateur shooters made at all regis- tered tournaments are forwarded to Mr. Shanner, and are compiled In his j office. He is, therefore, able to give correct averages of all members of the association in the United States, who have shot at 2000' targets or more, at the end of the year. -ilKiuee him to rejoin A wccks later came the statement BASEBALL FASTER Chicago, May B. B. Johnson, of the American League, has devised a scheme whereby the national game will be laster. He has obtained o '.vhic-h i" and springier than the one now used ;and will distribute it in the various teams in his league. The teams will try it out in their practice, and if it is found satisfactory, it will be used in all championship games. FAMILY JARS will never appear if you sweeten home with our DELICIOUS CONFECTIONERY Purest sugars, flavors, freshest fruits guaranteed to soften the hardest heart. Sweet girl somewhere? We guess y-e-s! Why not remember her today? Rochon's Kandy Kitchen and Ice Cream STANDS BY Cincinnati, O., May is no chance to enlist Garry Herrmann in fiofht, trv mist jPulliam of the National League. "I 'cannot believe that such a move is said Mr. Herrmann, when he read the report from the East that an alliance had been foftn- ;ed by two National League mag- nates to have the scalp of Preaident 'Pulliam, and to elect'Capt. Anson president of the National League. if this thing is contemplated, they will to count aw out. I am for Pulliam." Had Heart Trouble and Shortness of Breath For Six Years. Was Weak and Weighed Seventy-three Pounds. Now Weighs One Hundred and Thirteen. When you find .your heart the bit oct of rhythm, your nerves unhinged, your breath short, don't waii until yon pro- 8t-ratecl on a bed of "sickness. Mil- burn's Heart and Nerve Pills. They'll putvoa in sucfrcondition you'll never know you "have a heart, anake your nerves strong and vour wholo being thrill idth new life. Heart Nerve Pills cured Mrs. K. E. Bright, Bnroley, Ont. writes; "I WM greatly troubled, for years, with my heart and lortnew of brftftth. I conld not eighty with- ontrestingiour or five times m that short distance.-vttjot thin I only pounds. I decided tt last to take BOOM of Milbura's and Nerve Pills, taking eight i I gained in strength tod wsight, sad weigh hundred and thirteen tiM I weighed in my life. I foel well OM work M well M ever I did, MM! hortily thank Milbora's MM! that he would re-enter the game should Murphy trade him to any other National League team. This brought no results. Now things have changed again. John is -willing and .anxious to go. While he. hasn't yet packed his trunk. JCling is ready to start on a monient's notice. He wir- ed Chance to that effect. Of course. Chance had to put the matter up to President Murphy. the Y. M. C. A. is certainlj- good, and the speaker thought It would come in time when the city is strong no't only be a great e'vent for all jcnc-ugh to support it. The Caledon- I an-d it would bring I iari Society expect to have a big j this king of. sports into greater fa- sports day in the near future which Ivor throughout the province." would xvake up anr interest in ama- teur athletics. The guests were entertained to re- freshments of sandwiches, cake, tea, j and coffee, while pipes, tobacco and cigars had been generously .donated bji- Alexandra ._Cafe and Ott's cigar store. All the songs were appreciated but "Good Old Springfield" White sang so sweetly that he had to -.respond to repeated encores. The program closed with patriotic songs. The large crowd of young men all, caught hands and sang heartily "Auld Lang followed by "God Save The All acrreed that a Caledon- Just slip it on like a a rumpb to the bosom. Fits snugly over the shoulders. Comfortably roomy under the arms. Correctly proportioned ous length. Made to look well, wear well, fit well Dress and business white and colored- Makers, Berlin, Canada Greater Norris Rowe Circus 1 ian Union Social was a good thing. i The cigars were donated by Wm. Ott and N. II. "Murray, proprietor of the Alexandra. ___M box or I toxm foe til ijiifid