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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, SATURDAY, MAY 29, !M9. Here's a peace-maker for the stay- out-late husband, sweet enough to melt the hardest heart. Our PERFECT ICE CREAM has been known to even win over a crusty mother-in-law when things hot! .Chocolate, Lemon, Van- illa. Dainty parlors. Orders quickly filled. Rochon's Kandy Kitchen Confectioners and Ice Cream Specialists PICTURES. 09- mm, ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE., 1. Barbarian-4000 ft. beautifully kand colored film 2. The GID License 3. Fatal Likeness -SO N 0- "DREAMING" La Scllc Trio Hand to Hand Acrobats. Best and fastest ever in the city. Frank Swain German Comedian, and Dancer Singer SPORTS Kid Sealer Put j Parsons, Lohman and Geigor; Press Club, Tate and Reid. R H North Ward 000 400 6 Press 102 420 5 Summary Left on Press 2, North Ward 2. Bases on balls, off Tate 1. Hit by pitched ball, Par- sons and Reid. Two-base hits, Nich- olson, Edmund and Armstrong Struck out, by Tate 12, -by Parsons 5. Umpire, Graham. The Model I Restaurant g Appeals to everybody by 9 its Excellent Menu It and ought to claim the patronage of all Union Men As it is run on strictly union principles Rooms in connection John Cantin f PROPRIETOR It Over Daly Did you ever see what the Menu Card at The Fashion Cafe says Did you ever see how the waitresses and cooks carry out the instruc- tions on.the Menu Card? Try it! The result of the clash last night between Kid Sealer and Will Daly at the .Lyceum was a decided win for the former after going eight rounds of milling. Owing to misunderstanding as to the style of fighting agreed upon, it was deckled to fight seven rounds at straight rules, which style is partic- ularly Sealer's, and the last eight with clean break, which with a man like Sealer, was more favorable to Daly. But Daly received such a se-" vere mauling from his aggressive op- ponent in the first seven rounds, in which the men were allowed to fight at all times, that he was unable "to show any ability in the eighth when the clean breaks commenced, and at the end of that round Daly's seconds threw up the sponge. It was Sealer's fight all the way. He -did the great majority of leading and administered much punishment to his opponent all through the fight. There was hardly a round that Seal- er did not worst his man. It may be said for Daly that he is a game and willing scrapper -and his ability to take wincing or trying to stall wok: the admiration of the spectators. He was loudly cheered for hi'a work from time to time. The fight was clean and fair throughout and the crowd, was well satisfied with the The men fought at catch weights in the light division. E. Nicholson refereed. MAKERS OF SHIRTS, COLLARS. TID -AND IMPORTERS OF MEN'S BASEBALL RESULTS Western Canada At rain. At Winnipeg 200 014 Moose Jaw................ Batteries Spicer and Edmonds Gilchrist and Steele Umpire, Don- nelly. At Brandon- Brandon................... 201 005 Eegina...................... 000 000 0 Batteries: Watts and Stingle f Conqueror of Hugo Kelly Will Likely Goldrich and Gardner. Umpire, Wai-J Sidestep Sam Langford ton. At against the Chicago Cubs and John- ny Evers came to bat. 'I put a low fast one over and Evers swung at it. He drove the ball right at me and I did not have ime to get out of the way, so I put up my hands and the ball hit them so hard they were numb for an hour. I could not pitch any more .because of the blow and could not use my bands. That was the only time I was ever knocked speechless in a ball game." THE POPULAR CIRCUS PARADE .What would a circus bo without its parade it has been proven time and again that the American pu'oli will not tolerate any curtailment in the bijf spectacles under the white tents and neither will they patronize a- circus that does not give a free street display. There are many shows that would gladly eliminate this expensive feature if they dared, but Norris Rowe have never so much as considered, the notion of omitting this .always attractive fea- ture. The present year's street parade is said to be cm the grandest scale'that has ever been attempted.- The cos- tumes of the lady and gentlemen rid- ers the glittering -trappings on an- imals and wagous the artistically carved band char-iots the tableaux floats and the paintings on 'the many open dens and cages will be more gorgeous than ever. In the parade will also be seen some features which they have never been able to show before. The first is the tiniest of baby camels and the cutest of cub" lions, which are sure to interest the children as well as their elders. Oth- er features will be the wild beast dis- play in the many open 'dens and cages; elephants, llamas, camels, dromedaries, Shetland ponies, prize heavy draft stock and the beautiful thoroughbred racing stock will march in stately procession. Clowns will enliven the line of march and there will be enough music np make the parade inspiring. The show exhibits here Tuesday, June 8. j PAPKE IS NOT ANXIOUS Calgary'..................... 010 001 000-72 Medicine Eat 600 000 Batteries Barnstead, Vining and Kelly Welsh and Ward. Dyer. Northwestern At Seattle- There is little likelihood of Billy Papke and Sam Longford clashing in a battle. .Though Papke.has not re- fused to take on the colored wonder of the middleweight class, he inti- mates that he still- holds to the color line. Coffroth and Ed. Papke, Billy's brother, had a long confer- ence today, in which the coast pro- SHOE POLISH is different from any other brightest and blackest Quickest to shine longest to stay shined. It is real Shoe Insur- ance. Feeds and preserves the leather. Insist on 2 in No other is even half as good DRESSING ROOM FOR ATHLETES The Menu at Tfce llberta Restaurant is as extensive as any in the city. Open day and night. Everything in season. WILL VISIT ALL WORKS Ont., May Hon. Wm. Pugsley stated today that he would proceed west ia about ten days -and that he would visit all the great public works of the West right the coast. His visit of inspection, he antici- pates will occupy about six weeks. The Alexandra Cafe Leads Them All nothing Is too good for its many patrons, nothing but the most advanced equip- ment to improve the" ser- vice for their comfort. With the latest improved electric tea and Coffee Urns and five electric cool- ing fans already installed this month, and [the best the market affords on oar table at the lowest possible cost to all. We don't in- tend to lag in onr efforts to make The Alexandra Cafe the Mecca and pride of the people of Leth- bridge and their friends. N. H. MURRAY, Press Club Beat North Ward The Press Club again over the Maple Leafs of North Ward. The game was played at the Athletic park last evening and went for seven innings. The .score was The Press scored a run in tfce .first nings, were goose-egged in the sec-: ond, scored one each in the third an-d fourth, making three runs. Them there was something doing on the North Ward side. After two were out in the fourth the Printers took a -balloon ascension and did not light until the Maple Leafs had pass- ed over the home plate four' times. They did not score again, however. The Press then put on a determin- ed front and went to their-oppon- ents xvith great zest, .ind In the course of the rest of the game piled up the runs .to naake .them read nine in all. Aberdeen............................. 4 Seattle............... 6 10 At Portland- Spokane 5 9 Portland.............................. 2 5 At Vancouver....................___ 2 6 i Tacoma............... 1 6 Pacific Coast At Los 'Angeles- 0 Los Angeles............... 5 At San Francisco- Portland San Francisco...............-.j. 3 Eastern At Tjy rain) .At in Baltimore......................'......'0 0 Newark................................ 0 0 American -At Philadelphia- Philadelphia 3 Washiagton 1 At St. 1 Cleveland............................ 8 At Detroit- Detroit 2 Chicago............... l National At New (First Philadelphia New 1 (Second Game) Philadelphia............... 6 3 New York 3 7 At two H E j moter offered Papke for his 8 6 10 12 12 '7 3 jend to fight Langford. -James said he would give the colored fighter a guarantee of Shy at Langford Go Billy Papke's brother hesitated when the question of fighting Lang- I ford was put to him. Then he spoke "The offer to take on Langford come rather sudden and I do not feel dis posed to give you an answer now. would, however, consider a mate with Ketchell.'1' There is a-great likelihood of a Ketchel-Papke bout, fop.; scarcely hat the announcement gone out tha Papke defeated Kelly than a wir was received here claring his willingness to give.Papk another chance4 at the title. Ketche agrees to do 158 pounds for th Illinois fighter. A -hitch may arise when Ketchel be- gins his talk money. In bis wire intimates that the purse must be to He-has a num ber of engagements on .hand. There is a likelihood of his being matchec with Tommy Ryan in New York near No July; Date For Nelson? The fact that Coffroth has set the date for July ,-niany think that the promoter is going to cance: (the engagement 'for Battling- Nelson I on that date, unless the latter comes to time. Nelabii is going ahead with his training, -however, and did some KNOCKED SPEECHLESS "Were you ever knocked speechless in a game of ball .This was written on a piece of pa- >er and handed to Dummy Taylor, the famous pitcher, at Kansas City association park before he; .entered the game to pitch ;for Buffalo, ac- From the Press standpoint the fea- cording to the'St. Louis Star-Chron- game was Some- dean mutes might .get superb pitching. The golden-haired j'angry: if this were asked them, but youth struck out'no less than twelve not Taylor. He is the best natiired ball player in the worM. He grab- bed a lead pencil and a piece of pa- per and this is-'wnlit he answered "Now sorae people may think this is a joke, but it is not. I certainly of the opposing- batters, and gave free transportation to but one. The only jyther charity he gave out was in the first, inning, when the first man-up was hit by the first ball pitched. The game was rather interesting, and the usual comedy of errors ed humor to it all. The batteries were Maple Leafs, speechless once and I will never forget it. I was pitching for the Giants at the time. You know we who cannot talk any other way must use our hands. It was Mike CTwin) Sulli- brisk work with van yesterday. r Hugo Kelly: will start today for his home trip to Chicago. He has become a trifle more cheerful with the lapse of time since his defeat and is now re-considering his. opinion of retiring. He says he will start out again, in case he decides ;vto return to the ring-, meeting the lesser lights at his weight. NEXT WEEK Commencing." Monday the management of the Eureka have an- other excellent .program-to offer the public. Leoril.and Leoiii; the silver" ring athletes will be a strong head- liner, also Williams and; Meyer, a high cless sketch team; in a very, pretty sketch. .The pictures ate al- ways the best, being mostly all hand colored film and the program at the Eureka next week is sure to be a box winner. Something Tony in a at CtOTHINO Do you think it possible to look well and feel good on a rainy day? It can'be done in a Sanford Rain Coat. It's a dressy coat and at the same time built to keep the wind and rain out. A great variety of patterns to suit different tastes. Ask to see the fanfOfd Half! If .your dealer does not stock them, write us and we'll tell you where to get them. W. L Sanfort HTq Co., Ltd. Hamilton Winnipeg At the Caledonian hall last night there was a meeting of young men to consider the question of procur ing a dressing room with showe: bath and sewer 'connection in some location convenient .to the square Representatives were present from several of the football clubs and from the intermediate lacrosse club After a brief discussion it was de- cided to appoint a committee of E. A. Cunningham, Dr. Stewart and Dr. Courtice to consider the question and report at a general mass meet- ing of all the young men interested at another meeting to be held at the Caledonian hall next Friday evening, June 4, when definite action will be taken on the recommendations of this committee. During the discus- sion it was elicited that permission might possibly be procured to erect a temporary movable building: pn some lots across the street from the square. When necessary-tp move it would be quite possible to sell the water and sewer connections -to the owners of the lots. A TOURING CAR WITH BEDS Rome, May and sporting circles have been much interested in the automobile of W. Gould Brokaw, of New York, at the garage of the Grand Hotel. It is the first of. its kind to visit -Rome. This car has sleeping, toilet, and eating accommodations, and is sup- plied with all kinds of ingenious ar- rangements, including arms tor de- fence. Mr. Brokaw has taken about several friends here, including Lloyd C. the American1 ambassa- dor. Dowager Queen Margherita, who, since the death of King Humbert, has always felt the .necessity of. constant changes of environment, for which reason she has taken to automobiling has had her gentleman-in-waiting, Marquis Giorgio Capranice del Grille, examine minutely the American mo- tor. Last year she also planned to have an automobile in which she could travel even at night and in which she could sleep. Very .likely now she intends to compare notes with Mr. Brokaw. THE HEW MM SHOP In Upton's Pool Room IS NOW OPEN C. L. Upton Prop. Basement Oliver Block E.W.Kingston TAILOR Room 2, Begin Block Our repair department is the most up to date in the city. Goods called 'for and delivered she will soon recover-'from the pres- ent attack. Opera. Company will present the opera n the assembly hall next Monday night. The company come well re- ommended. The high water has subsided and the expected flood has not come. So calamity 'howlers will have to elect a new theme ..for their next Fagged People Are the great upbuilding medi- cine of the agev New interest in after you've taken, a box or two. 25 cents a box or five boxes for dollar. Tor sale by Alberta Drug Co. The New Pool Room .In the basementof the Oliver Block u Now Open UPTON Proprietor Dr. Dare of Toronto, has.located at Bow Island and will open a drug1 store in connection with Ha practice. Greater Norris (ft Rowe Circus CARDSTON NOTES It is reported the Alberta Star plant is being sold to parties rt Cardston. Sir. Elton has owned the plant for some four years and eased it to F. W. Burtan last Aug- ust. However, the paper will sup- >ort the present government. Mrs. Ethel Woolf is very ill. The rheumatism with which she has been afflicted, during the past winter, has ttacked her heart. It is hoped that CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY Excursion Rates fl.V.P.6. SEATTLE To New Westminister, Vancouver, Victoria and Seattle. LIMIT 60 DAYS Tickets on sale daily, May 29th to Sept. 60th. Stopover Privileges. For further particulars apply to S. B. MITCHELL, Agent, Lethbridge J. E. PROCTOR, D. P. A., Calgary Lethbridge Tuesday, June 8 Prires Reduced to This day and date only 10O Circus Champions 100 7 ords 7 BFaims Binhuriw. 6 5 tiriil Ylcftrtllat 5 T Kishlmona iVo'uVc" 7 Worlds Greatest Riders 12 6FI 7 SUBiOTB MiSffft 7 iMcDonaUFa 3Q JBST1NO CLOWNS 3O Roman M Stadium Awlal OoM Strttt I (KHWw W ;