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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PRIQAY, MAY M, SPORTS La Selle Trio Hand to Hand Acrobats. Best and fastest ever in the city. 1. Barbiriu-1000 ft. kutifiiy ctkrft1 ill 2. The GiiLiceitt 3. Fatal likewis 8.O.E. WON FOOTBALL MATCH LAST NIGH Frank Swain German Comedian, and Dancer Riding Breeches For any garment, for a. particular or specific purpose we have a Quick Order we can produce a Semi-ready suit, overcoat, trousers, or any uniform in four, days' time at the tailor shops in Montreal. i cu Mat by teleinyh aid diipptd to liitbb A pair of Riding made from .fine English whipcord, will outwear any cloth and suited for riding, or engineering, made with reinforced cloth or leather facing. and Finished to measure in four days and if there is no Semi-ready." in your town, address us as below for free book and complete self- meaiuring chart (Muring Spatial Golf Athletic Suitings- on view. V A. SOUTHARD, .SOLE AGENT FOOTBALL EXECUTIVE MEET The regular weekly meeting of the executive of the City Football Lea- gue was held last night at the Lea- gue's headquarters, delegates from each club being It was- decided the city ;cham- plonship shall be won by straight points, and in the-event of a tie for premier position, the. tie will be play- ed the auspice's of the exe- cutive, extra time being played' it nec- essary. A communication was .received from the secretary of the-. F. C. asking for home and aw.ay games, and'it was decided to to the request. Saturday, was agreed upon for the at Pincher Creek.. V'-'v' t On account of the .visit of the Be- gina lacrosse team. falling oa the same day (Thursday a sched- game, and in order to save clashing, the match between the Cal- lies and A. O. F. will in all ability be played on .Steps were taken towards the ap- pointment of official referees. A re- port from the committee of the Vic- toria Bay with the Calgary Callies was -and; '''ifris; gratifying to; know the 'leigue comes out on 'the right A large crowd of spectators wit nessed the city league jfanie las night on the square between tht Sous of England and the Ancien Order of Foresters. Roy R. Davifi son, principal of Westminster school acted as referee-to'the general satis- faction of both teams. The S. O. E. had -the'first kick-off. Their combin- like clock work. The balL rolled down the field from Son to Son till It reached the head of Holberton, who butted, it into .the net, scoring one for the English. Time, three minutes. This discour- aged the Ancients who bravely tried to defend their goal, but only occa- sionally rushed-on the English cas- And wLen the rushes did Happen it usually failed somewhere in the vicinity of who is one of the best football players to ;be seen n Lethbridge or .anywhere else. Practice counts in any game, and t was easily seen that the S. O. E. lad the advantage in understanding other better. While many of the Foresters "made 'good individual days, their team work was weak. With practice- and "grit they may yet heard from, in .the competition for he championship of the city. The Orderly Foresters made' occasional hots the S. 0. E. goal 'but luck 'as agaiiist _. them. Their defence favely attempted to break up the ombination of the English forwards i snot -again and again and the i final score- was three to nothing for the S. O. E. Holberton's "shooting was extreme- ly dangerous. Thain, the goal keep- er of the Foresters, played well and saved several times. The S. O. E. were aggressive right through till the finish. The spectators cheered'very little. But when the Blues bravely strug- gled many of the crowd tried to en- courage them with their cheers; The English Sons played a much better game than in their previous match with the .Caliies. This match makes even games all -around, for each' team has played two matches, and each has "four. yet to play the schedule is finish- ed. At present the Callies are" ahead with- four points, the Maple Leafs and Sons of England ore even for second place with points each. Next'-Tuesday the S. O. E. ami the Maple Leafs meet for the and the game COMES ON QUIETLY. Fwhmps no other organs work harder tJuei the kidneys to prowrvs general health of boay and most people are troubled with some kind of Kidney Complaint, but do not suspect it. It may hive been in the lystera for gome time. There may been backaches, swelling of the feet and ankltm, disturbances of the urinary tuch brick dust deposit in the urine, colored scanty or cloudy urine, )ladder pains, frequent or suprested urina- tion, buroing sensation when urinating, ato. Do not neglect any of these symptoms, or, if neglected they will eventually lead to Jrigat's Disease, Dropsy and Diabetes. On the first sine of anything wrong Data's' lidaey Pills should be'taken. They go to ihe seat of trouble, strengthen the and help them to filter the blood properly tad flush off all the impurities which cause ridaey trouble. Miss Albertha B. Clarke, Stony Creek, )nt, writes: "I troubled withkidney .rouble for several years; my back WM weak, I had such terrible headaches, and was so restless I could not sleep at night tad tried everything without any benefit. Meantime a friend advised me to try Don's Lidney Pills, so I got four boxes and they completely cured me. I now feel as well H I erer did. and would advise every uffsring from Kidney Disease to try them." Price 50 cts. per box, or 3 for 11.25, all dealers or The T. Milborn Cu., Limited, Toronto, Oat. When ordering specify getrher. Brandow, Clark and G-allivan of last year's team were out with, all their old skill. Kenny and Green of the 1908 Railroad team, were righ in line as good as ever, while several new men were demonstrating- thei ability to play ball, and some o them seem to have .the goods. After the workout, the players an a number of supporters got togethe and held an organization meeting. I was decided to enter the City Lea gue. The following officers wer elected President, 0. D. Austin Vice-President, Dr. 0. J. Courtice Secretary-treasurer, J. M. Oldham Manager, P. J. Conway. BASEBALL TONIGHT San 3 was learned, yesterday that champion -Tack Johnson has declared his will- ingness to meet Kaufman in: this city in, July or August for win, lose or drawf b; 1: -3 one. Y. M.. C; BALL CLUB ORGAN IZED The Y.M.C. baseball, boys had their first .workout.: last evening at the.. Baseball Park and showed that rthey had some good; material gathered to- There will be a -baseball match to- night at the Baseball Park between 'the Press and North Ward The Northern Lights have still the idea that they can best the Press and wil try to make it stick. The regular league prices will prevail, fifteen cents for adults and ten for children. The game will be called at 6.30 and should "be a good hot ganie. Shabby Clothes Mean Shabby Work Go into any of the big offices. Pick out a hundred men. Separate the shabby from the well dressed. And youMI find the un- reliable men, the careless men, the men-at-the-bottom, are shabby men. v Shabby clothes seem to breed a shabby mind, just as bad thoughts breed bad habits. It's the clothes we wear every day, that influence our lives, just as it is the things we do every day that make us what we are, A frock: coat and an hour in church on Sunday, won't equalize six days Of shabbiness and dishonesty. Press your body and you dress 5 your mind. Brand" Clothing is an incentive to good work, "Progness Brand" Clothing helps a -tnan to be successful because it makes him look successful. Take the first step towards bettering yourself by wearing the best clothing iw- towtttd tj H. VINEBEM 1 CO., LIMITED, Edmonton, May aid Co. aviated in the eighth tonight airtl by a. series of costly errors, in which two went against Joe Corri- gan at second and one to Bell at short, three runs were scored by the Esquimos.. Up .to that lime the score stood and the Miners had been playing a good brand of ball. Gvbeau pitched well and with good support would have pulled out a win- n'er. He held the locals to six hits, judiciously scattered, and seemed to have his opponents under hypnotics, when the ascension wrecked his chances. A Wetaskiwin recruit, Barrett, was tried, out at second, but Jack Corri- gan only allowed him to stay one and a half innings, when he benched him and put Joe Corrigan on the sack. Edmonton pulled off a nice double play in the first but other- wise their performance was feature-" less. The j Edmonton AB R H O A E McGruire, 2b 401250 Murphy, cf 202200 Ib 4 10 8 0-0 Bremmn, 3b 411220 hea, rf 310000 O'Brien, ss 210111 leaves, If 3 1 2 2 0 0 Burridge, c.............. 3 0 110 0 0 icNeil, p 401010 We hare a full line of Screen Doors j i Windows At prices to suit every body DMTS f 1.50 VarsusefiDMrs I Serees Wiisjsws 30e ad 40c i Also a full line of Lawn Mowers and Pipe iiHayr Bros.! General Hardware Phone 75 P. O Box 27 I LETHBRIDGE ALTA. Mil I III I If III f yea tare Is sr is rdt place H to tlit cahMM. If yst waat tali 25e ssx t (McrtisM Isr f I 8ITL ATION8 VACANT WANTED--Twentr breaking outfits to start to work at once. Will pay per acre. Apply to the 0. W. Kerr Co., Lethbridge UO-O stenographer desir- position. Apply Box McM., Her- MISCELLANEOUS WANTS buy single diiviM horse, alto second hand haggis sac harness. Address J. T. 8.. osre 1JM I OR SALE-Soda water fountain and complete outfit including goods for' immediate business. Almost a bargain. Box H., P.O. Itt-O FOR rack, settee, bed- room suite, and chairs for tale. Ap- ply Mrs. J. L. Stovall, oppoaiie Chi. nook Club, corner Glyn and Sts. FOE SALE-Buggy, nearly new, cheap Apply P. 0. Box 502, or old: stand. Smith St. 1374 aid. 136-6 WANTED-Messenger boy wanttd Apply Western Stationery Co. 136-0 SITUATIONS WANTED as housekeeper, by middle aged lady just out from England. Box M. c-.o boss to lease a coal mine. Good coal and good trade Ap- ply to EOT G. R., c-o Herald. WANTEIMBread baker as foreman, per week. 'Also first class cake baker and a good man on bread wa- gon. Schweitzer Bros. 139-0 Drop a post card to I. W.Von Ry Box 13 Herald If you want your windows cleaned. Carpets taken up, cleaned and re-laid. Any sort of house-cleaning work couple of experienced I ditch nderrf. No others need apply. Apply by letter giving experience to T. Si. Supt. A. E. I. Co. 29 Lethbridge AB Joe cf 2b 4 Taylor, 4 Jack Corrigan, rf 3 Cox, If 3 Lynch, Ib .............._ 4 Bell, ss..................... 3 Barrett, 2b 1 Canty, cf................. 2 Gilmour, c 3 Gebeau, 4 5 62? R H O 000 010 0 0 1 000 1 213 112 0 0 -1 015 012 000 9 1 A-E 3 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 5 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 5 0 31 2 62415 5 Score by Lethbridge 010 100 Edmonton 010 100 Summary Sacrifice G-ilmour, Murphy, O'Brien, Reaves. Sacrifice Canty. Left on bases, Lynch, Bell 2, Murphy, Reaves, Burridge 2. Bases on balls, off McNeill 2, off Ge- oeau 6. Hit by Pitcher, Jack Corri- Struck put, by Gebeau 2, by McNeil 5. Balk, McNeil. Attend- ance, 700. Time, 1.55. Umpire, Voss. AS THE HAT SEES THEM While the Hat boys played a beau- tiful fielding game against Lethbridge in the two games here, it would'have required thamthat, if the Min- ers had not bunched their errors in one innings each day. There is no gainsaying the fact that Manager Corrigan has got together a strong aggregation and it will surprise the close observers here very much if .hist team does not wind up the season in the first division of the league. The Hat is scheduled to play eleven more games with Lethbridge, exclusive of five postponed games, and if the lo- cals split even on the 16 there will be no kick coming from the manage- ment here. Watch the'Miners go when they strike their cine Hat Xews.- in meat marked or grocery store by an experienced man, first class references, willing to go anywhere Apply to. G. H. John- ston. Lethbridge, Alta. 140-6 EMPLOYMENT young': Scotch woman. Trustworthy. Apply' Box I.M., Herald Office. 141-1 LOST WANTED-First class hotel waitress at once. Application to be made to the Steward, Lethbridge Hotel. 140-3 grey mare, 4 years weight Ibs., branded 8 on leli jhip, white star'in centre of wire cut front right foot; 135 reward [.for return to Gust. Gacobson, Royal TT-i-n TO RENT. TO rooms in mod- ern house. Apply 1376 Kedpath St. 138-6 new glove on May .24th, Owner can have same at' Herald Office. 139-9, TO and board. Apply Mrs. Freed, Reed's stone cottage, Courtland St., west new stand pipe, west door. TO June 1st, front toom, suitable for two gentlemen, in mod- ern house. Ladies need not apply; Apply 1249, Bompas St. 139-O black mare in ioaL, weight' Ibs. brand 1 bay mare, weight 950 Ibs, branded TP on lelk shoulder. 1 bay mare, 3 white V. on left eye, 1 bay yearling colt, cut on: neck. Mares had halters oiv? and colt had a halter with nails Reward Jos. Rayi mond: 141-4 fTJRNISHED 'ROOM south of Crabb at., 3rd house from Chinaman's gar- len, a month. Apply 1 to 3 or 6 to 8- 139-6 Five including the -post office, were destroyed by fire at Bis- reali, Que., yesterday. ?OK room house with a, large garden. Torrance Ave. W.'-B Dobbin. UQ.O FOR close in. North Ward. W. R. Dobbin. 140-0 TO furnished front room. 617 Glyn St. 141-6 LAND FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE SNAP FOR QUICK 8ALF OR EX- acres of Choice land; 2 1-2 miles from Raymond. .135 acrer stubble, 65 acres prairie and fortyv acres winter wheat. Price per acre. per acre balance one half crop payments. We will ac- cept Lethbridge residential lots in place of the cask payment. ply to The Canadian Room 9, Bryan or Box TO front room in private house. Apply at 638 Coiitts St. from 1 to 3 and 6 to-8. 141-6 PROPERTY FOR SALE BASEBALL RESULTS Sow wltk a Mtnalcc McKelvie