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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDQE, ALBERTA, THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1109. The Model Restaurant! 2 Appeals to everybody by 1 its I Excellent Menu 2 and ought to claim the __ patronage of all 1 Union Men f As it is run on strictly J union principles .Rooms in connection John Cantia PEOPEIETOR SPORTS Did you ever see the Menu Card at The Cafe says? Did you ever see how the waitresses and .cooks carry out the instruc- tions on the Menu Card Try it! Lethbridge Made a Triple Play Edmonton, May Corrigan troupe ran into a severe streak of disaster in tonight's game. Neidin- fuer went into the box but did not Jast out the inning, and was re- placed by Canty, who pitched fair ball but got very poor support. Tay- lor and Chandler each contributed two errors and .'Joe Corrigan, Neid- infuer and Gilmour one each. The boys were all entirely off color and the only redeeming feature of a bad dav was when, with first and seomd batted for Chanaler in 9th Edmonton 311 003 LethbrVdgB............. 012 000 3 Summary Throe-base hits. Shea, iJurridgc. Two-buse hit, Brennan. Sacrifice hits. McGuirc, Murphy, Bur- ri-dge, .Smith, Cox. Passed bulls, Gilrnour. Triple ploy, Canty to Lynch to Chandler. Double play. Smith to AlcGuire to Gragion. Bases on balls, ofl1 'McNeil 0, of Sniiiih 2, off Neidinfuer 2, off Canty 2. Struck out. by Canty 2, by Sm'ith-4. Hit by pitcher. Corrigan 2, Chandler. Time, 1.55. BASEBALL RESULTS 0 2 -Western Canada At Medicine Hat.. 002 000 Calgary .000 000 2 1 Batteries Welsh and Ward Stan- dridge and Kelly. Umpire, Dyer. At Brandon- Brandon.................... 000 001 Re-Tina 003 000 010-4 Batteries .Vroouaan and Hooper arid' Gardner. Umpire, filled, Canty caught a pop fly off nelly. to-Lynch at first At Winnipeg- Brown and ton. Edmonds. Umpire, Wai- Murphy, relayed catching-McGuJre. and Lynch in turn Moose Jaw by a quick relay to Chandler at sec-j Winnipeg one caught Smith. It" was the Batteries: McCarthy and triple play ever made in the history j of tho Edmonton diamond and easily j the prettiest piece of. work seen, here this season. Edmonton AB R H O A E McGuire, 2b............ 5104 Northwestern AfPortland-r The Menu at The llterts Restaurant is as extensive us in the city. Open day and night. Everything in season.' FORESTERS AND S.O.E. TONIGHT The following players will repre- sent the S. 0. E. tonight in their match, with the Foresters. All arc requested to be on hand 6.30 sharp-, play starts at room, Balmoral Filmer, goal; Farris and "Wells, backs Stephenson, Ohiswick and Firth, half backs; Smith, Faunch, Barber, Holberton "and Joyce, for- wards. Reserves, Bosworth, Bass, and Nicholson. Referee, R: R. Dav- FAMILY JABS will never appear if you sweeten home with our DELICIOUS CONFECTIONERY Purest sugars, flavors, freshest fruits guaranteed to soften the hardest heart. Sweet, girl We j guess y-e-s! Why not remember her today? Rochon's Kandy Kitchen Confectioners and Tee Creaia Specialists Murphy, 4101 Ib ............'4 1 110 j Brennan, 3b 4241 Shea, rl 4010 ss............... -1 0 1.1 j Reaves, II 5222 Burridge. c.............. 3217 McNeill, p 1 11 1 Smith, p 2 1 1" 0 The New Pool Room In the basement of the Oliver Block is i Now Open C L UPTON Proprietor j itmtwtmtititit Lethbridge 36 10 12 27 16 1 AB R H O "A E Corrigan, cf 3 010 l'l Taylor, 3b .3 10 0 1 2 Corrigan, rf 3 10 20 O Cox, If 300300 Lynch, Ib................ 3 1 1 8 1 O Bell, ss 402200 Chandler, 2b 2 00 202 Canty, p 100050 tfilmour, c 4 0.0 6 01 !s7eidinfuer, p 000001 100000 27 3 -l 24 7 7 Toronto Spokane ....._....................... 2 Portland 0 At Seattle- Aberdeen Seattle 1 At Tacoma............................... 2 Vancouver........................... 5 Pacific Coast At Los Angeles- Oakland 0 Los Angeles 5 "San Portland 3 San Francisco 4 At Vernon................................. 1 Sacramento......................... 3 Eastern At Montreal- Rochester 1 2 At 3 H E 7 1 5 2 9 -4 6 0 7 2 At- .Jersey City o Providence............................13 At 0 2 2 7 Amvricin At New f'hicago, no game, rain. '..At, Cleveland- Cleveland............................. 3 Philadelphia........................ 2 At Detroit 1 Washington 3 At St. St. Louis 5 Boston................................. 0 National At New St. Louis............................ 2 i'ork............... .I-.......... S At Pittsburg 9 Boston 4 At Brooklyn- Chicago 2 Brooklyn .0 At Philadelphia- Philadelphia 5 Cincinnati........................... 2 13 2 2 2 7 1 6 0 7 0 6 0 11 The Great English Musical Comedy a': the Lyctum Wednesday June 2 them to pieces. Ample protection is given for the safety of both the men engaged in this'hazardous calling and. to--the. public who the, thrilling i u- T, -nut A Particularly interesting- group is Florodora, which-wjU ;be .the of-j that. o{ H lion> u ti u. fenng of the ban .Irancmco rf.and -Th stand Company at the Lyceum Theatre, Wednesday, June 2, will prove, with- ppr'tant in the history of theatricals in this city The first production of was given at the Lyric Theatre, London, November 11, 1899, and within a month after its permi-ers the strains of beautiful music swept over Europe and Ameri- ca like an epidemic. All of the box office records of the States are held by even- talk-. pedestals, climb ladders, march in line jump through paper hoops of fire, etc.. sea lions twirl lighted flaring brs etc., sea lions brands, play twirl lighted upon musical flaring instru- ments and "juggle various objects; eler phants walk upon three legs, play kneel, 'dance, drill and do oth- er, antics, two huge baboons turn somersaults and ride bare-back; five Russian bears, very fierce and here- tofore considered untameable, have persuaded to accomplish a num- ed of "Merry not tricks. camelSi and 0 3 HERE'S A GOOD TROUT STORY 19 10 tDOUARD VON BUECHNER The Energetic Conductor of The San Francisco Opera Company at Lyceum the Xow that trout fishermen ar.e be- ginning to get. again the us- ual trout stories are beginning; to circulate. From now on to the end of Sep- tember one may. expect, at any time to hear tall stories, -but this one iron) bonnie Scotland will take a lot of beating While fishing with. fly on the Tay near Aberfeldy on Thursday, writes a correspondent of the I had a 'novel' experience. Although the weather was .bitterly cold and half a gale blowing from east- south- east, I had noticed a few trout ris- ing, and casting over 1 hooked him. I knew I fair-sized, though not very large fish on; byuthe way it :was when-the line rushed out at-1 a great rate 1 was very much astonished and began to wonder "if tKe trout was ''foul hook- ed." At last, after taking out thir- ty or forty "yards of line, there was a and I started io reel in. as fast "as possible. 'When the fish close in, it came'- to" the surface, and instead-of seeing a trout break the water, I beheld a huge, male goss- amier Whenever the -bird saw me it dived, and again-rusned out. I as I had not noticed" bird about when I was casting. My first thought was that the gossander had been swimming under water and see- ing, iny fly had taken it. I now put on as much, strain-as- possible, and gradually managed to get my cap- tive nearer land. Suddenly thft weight at the end qi became less, -and I .thought the. bird was off. I was .right in my conjecture, but was' greatly surprised' to find that 1 still had a trout on. Very soon I landed it., I at once examined tha trout (which was" ers of a pound) and found a small scar on its side. The gossander had evidently been swimming under water and seeing the trout, struggling-, itad. seized it with its beak and tried to make oil with it. ATHLETIC DATES FIXED FOR BIG FAIR TEDDY WEBB The Funniest Man in tht< Worid Comic' Optra "Flaradora" at- tht Lyctum Twetdelpunch in Date's' for the A.A.U. championship the grounds of the Alaska-Yukon- Pacific exposition have 'been fixed for August 13 and 14, the latter piob- ably being the date that wLl be chosen for Seattle Day. LC is possible that' championship meet will be held Aug.-. -but this meeting has not yet been sanctioned by the' of sov- errrprs of the American Athletic Un- ion. If it is held some of the best all-round athletes in the world will here for the big .amateur event. The junior championships will be held August 13 and the senior cham- pionships on the As- surances have been received that there will be entries from the Irish- American, .New York, .Chicago...Den- ver. Missouri, of Kansas and Boston Athletic clubs. All the' Pa- cific" coast athletic- clubs twill''be. well represented and probably some of the new records made at the Stadium wilj be hun-g up by men wearing the colors of Pacific coast cities. It is expected the Olympic Athletic club of San Francisco will send be- tween seventeen, and twenty-five men to. enter the On the- coast now a re'such men as Kelly Smithson ami Rose, who represented America in the Olympic games in" London last year, and these men will be "joined by scores of less prominent athletes who may hang up some of- records. Every precaution will be by Major W. M. ingis, director of ath- letics at tho exposition, to protect the records made in the Stadium. The track measurements and all ground examinations will