Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
Kttsburg's Leading World Series HTHMIDOJ DAILY MONDAY, OOTOlllR Moriarity, Abstein-..going to third. Willetts now pitchiag. Wilson led to" scoring Abstein. Gib- son out, Bush to T. Jones, Wilson going to second., Maddox fouled to Schmidt. Five runs. Detroit: D. -Jones flied to Leach. Bush singled 6ver; second base. Cobb struck out. .Crawford forced Bush at second. Miller; No runs. SECOND Pittsburg: Byrne out, Moriarity to'T; Jones. Leach was hit hand'by a pitched'ball and went 'to i first! Clarke hit on the leg by a pitched ball and went to first, Leach, j moving on to Second. Wagner forced larkc at second, Bush to Dela- j lanty, Leach going to third on'a! double steal. Leach scored and Wag- stole Roth; second and third. any, LM New Goods Just Received PITTSBURG ON TOP NOW ing the battle for the National Lea- rules. As the crowd was overflowed into part of the outfield, it took them some time to decide upon gue. Gibson will go behind the half for Pittsburg, while Schmidt will .catch for Detroit. Following is the line-up-of the two: (Continued Irom Front Page) j The selection of pitcners was puzzl-; PITTSBURG DETROIT ing to Managers Clarke and Jennings Byrne, 3b D. Jones, If. and neither would "make a definite pre i Leach, cf. diction as to his twirler during the j Clarke, If rf preliminary practice. ss Crawford, cf both Summers and Mullin warming j Miller, 2b Delahanty, 2b up.' The Detroit manager wants -to Abstein, Ib Moriarity, 3b give Eddie. Summers a chance at rf T. Jones, Ib lSTational League champions but he. is j Gibson, c c afraid the damp weather may affect Leifield, p Summers, p his pitching. Umpires O'Loughlin and Johnstone. In the first game of the About an hour before the game between Detroit and the Chi- j started it began to rain, "but it prov- Nationals, Summers pitched i ed to be only a shower and soon well until the field became damp from j stopped. The -weather is threatening a -heavy downpour and then be -was] and it is .almost certain that the batted hard by the Chicagoans. j game will be played in a series of in- The dark day puts Mullin's speed termittent showers. A brisk north- at a premium and Jennings may send him for that tners for tomorrow's game. Manager. Clarke had both Leifield, 'his, hander, and Adams, the hero of Pittsburg in the opening game of the series, working the kinfe out of their 'Detroit .is present. sidered rather weak' against good left, j Umpires O'Lettghlin and Johnstone the .rules. Umpire Klem, who is not working today, was called into the'conference popped to Delahanty. One run Detroit: Delahanty hit into the i eft- field overflow for two bases.! loriarity struck out. T. Jones pop- to .Byrne.' Schmidt out, Miller o Abstein. No runs. THIRD INNING Pittsburg Abstein popped to Dela anty. Wilson flied to Crawford.' ibson out, Moriarity to T. Jones. No runs. Detroit: Wiliett sent a long fly to i Clarke. D. Jones -flied to Clarkef i Bush out, Byrne to Abstein. -No runs FOURTH INNING Pittsburg Maddox out, Willet: to Jones. Byrne flied to Crawford made great running catch ot Leach's .terrific drive. .No runs. Detroit Cobb out, Maddor to Ab- stein. Clarke made -a.brilliant- catch of Crawford's long fly. Delahantv singled to'left. Moriarity forced De'l- ahanty at second, Wagner to TYfiller. No runs. w FIFTH INKING; Pittslurg a bad mess' of Clarke's and it rolled on to left field. Attempting to sac- rifice> Mmer bunted an' easv flv to Se? right Willetts Wagner "popped one" over T'! field foul Ime to assist the umpires !T 3- in regard to the ground rules.' The use of a third umpire in an advisory capacity was an innovation line. Another conference between the umpires and Managers Jennings and I Clarke was held but the game was I delayed more than ten" minutes- in starting. At 2.12 Umpire O'Loughlin called "Play Ball." FIRST INNING Pittsburg Byrne, .beat out a bunt along the a straight tnird base line for a hit. On a hit and run i play Leach singled over second "base. .sending Byrne to third. Clarke hit to Summers and Byrne was run west wmd swept across the field and 1 down between home and third Leach reason and have thermometer registered many de-J went to third and Clarke to second baseba11 weather, i Wagner sent a sharp grounder that grees below ideal did not handle, scoring Leach whr n which broke all world's series rec- and Clarke. Wagner stole second-aud ords in tms city. It was estimated? went to third on Schmidt's wild that there were at least per- throw to centre field. Wagner scored banders, and if Leifield shows .well he will be- given the chance of winn- held a conference with the National oh a wild pitch bv Summers. Miller walked.. Abstein singled to centr and :Miller: went to third on the hi for a'safe hit; Clarke" go- ing to second...Abstein Hied to Sam Crawford in deep and Clarke .went to third. "Wagner stole second Miller lined to-Bush. No runs. Detroit T. Jones popped to Miller Schmidt out, Miller to Abstein. Wil- lett out, Byrne to Abstein. No runs SIXTH INNING-: Pittsburg Gibson flied to Craw- ford in deep centre: Maddox: flied Cobb. Byrne out, Bush to T. Jones? after the ball bounded off Willett's hand. No runs. Detroit: D.. Jones popped to Gib- son. Bush singled-to left. Ty Cobh forced Bush at second, Wagner to Miller. Crawford forced Cobb at second, Miller to Wagner. No runs SEVENTH Commission concerning the on Crawford's throw The Ladies' Store Phone 453 FOR GASH CO. Acadia Block A Great Show of Charming Furs Temptingly Priced And -what's prettier than fur, or handsomer, or more dressy? So come tomorrow and revel among the very finest exhibit that ever graced selling space in any store in Lethbridge.; Furs bought with extreme care and in a vasi- ety that will easily place showing foremost in your minds. All are here in profusion, from the popular priced pieces, up to the most exclusive and gorgeous that money could secure. Among the gathering are axqiu-issts neck- pisses and muffs of prime quality hand- seme''Styles in Ssabells Fox, Persian Lasrtb, Grey Squirrel, Thibet, Sabie, Opossum, BSack cleverly gotten to- gether, made and Sines rep- resenting the hsghsst cf the class to which it belongs. And there are handsonie coats or fur comfortable garments for street wsar. o? driving. Our absolute guarantee c? highest quality goes with every fur we sell. MINK Scarfs Stoles 100 Muffs RED FOX Muffs Raffs ISABELLA FOX Stoles BLACK PERSIAN Muffs Scarfs Muffs BLACK RAT Auto Coats ___S100 RED RAT Driving Coats HANDSOME FUR- LINED GOATS With collar and rev- ers of stnpe mink Pittsburg: Leach made a hich fly to Crawford. out, Willet" to Jones. Wagner singled to left for his third hit. Pittsburg- advanced the claim that Moriarity interfered with. Abstein at first the would not allow it. Wagner 60c, 75c and 85c Cashmere Hose In Mole, Green, Suede, Scotch Plaids, with fancy colored silk stripes.............90c Silk Hose- in new shades, green, embroidered sky, boot bronze, em- broidered purple, shoe fawn em- broidered black, tan, embroidered green, empire blue embroidered gold, in 9 and 9 1-2 only. Pair. Children's and Boys' Black Hosiery in cashmere and worsted. In all sizes.....................25cto 35c Fowne's Kid Gloves In black, tan, fawn, grey, navy, green and white per Fowne's English Walking Cloves, per pair Taffeta Silk Blouses in black, black and white stripe, navy, green, pink, mauve and cardinal Net Blouses, in white, cream and ecru at to..................... Tailored Blouses in striped linen, tan and brown ........___, Cloth Coats, tight and semi-fitting, in black, navy, green and and Fur Lined Coats, black only Fur Lined Coats, navy only, rat lining, mink collar and Silk Fascinators, Scarfs and Shawls, in black, cream, pink and pale blue...................75c to Special Taffeta Ribbon, 4 in. wide. AH shades, per yard.............I5c Children's Sweaters, all sizes.......60c "Carlton" all white wool English Blankets, 62-80. Per pair English Flannelettes, striped.......150 All Wool Saxony Flannel, 27 in. Per yard................ All the new coats have come quietly in and taken possession of our garment section, btnrdy, rugged wraps for giving battle, to the frosty air and piercing winds while going to and from business, for driving, motoring and walking: and exquisite models for dressy occasions. Coma see the showing in Its the rich colorings, the splendid tailor-work, and the beautiful trimmings. Nowhere in this city will you find such an authoritative delineation of the new Autumnal modes. Choice of semi-fitting styles in 7-8 and full lengths. Values out of the ordinary throughout the entire showing. Come and see. WONDERFUL VALUES TO SELL AT The sensors best and most becoming styles in pure wool cheviots, beavers and vicunas: tighter semi-fitting: colors navy, brown, green and black, neatly trimmed with braids, velvet and and buttons. Every one a perfect-fitting, mod el and tailored in the very best possible wav. our rulers to be careful in donating large tracts at a minor cost to large companies to exploit with ditches that might not be required. The profits derived from the sale of the lands should ensure other set- tlers not being inconvenienced along the route, of the ditches, and the questions of bridges and care ,of. waste water should be carefully safe- guarded. As a financial undertaking, along present lines, there would not seem to be any risk as to the. making a profit out of an irrigation project. The land being main cost is the ditching, which adds only perhaps a dollar or two onto the cost of the land, but the land is doubled in value and sold at tbc highest figure, which should yield a very handsome return on capital in- vested. As no doubt other compan- ies may wish to share in these good things, the.public in Alberta is inter- ested directly in the future disposal of, its lands. These arc problems in our development that are occurring and suggesting themselves for con- sideration, as the intricacies thereof will accumulate as population i creases. E. N, B. Turkish. Tbwe'Is7 each 15c, 20c; 25c, 33e and American Oppossum Ruff and Muff. Natural Rat Muff and Throw Natural Rat Muff aad Throw Colo Sable Stole and Muff Isabel! Fox Muff and Throw FOR MEN Black Worsted and Heather mixture ribbed Socks with mending. Per pair ___...................... 25c Black Ribbed Cashmere Socks, treble heels and toes. Per pair .........35c Cashmere Sock's, green and electric blue, with vertical stripes. Pair..35c Cashmere Socks, black, marine blue and bronze, vertical stripe. Pair.45c Fancy Ribbed Seamless Socks in brown, black, green, tan and elec- tric blue silk embroidered In ver- tical colors. Pair. .45c Unshrinkable Wool Underwear, THETA finish. Has stood the test of practical use for more than 10 years. Made by J. and R. Morley, Leicester. Suit and Silk Handkerchiefs, solid colors ___60c patterns ...........75c colors English Cape Dog-Skin Gloves Mocha Cloves, Silk Lined Mocha Cloves Aberdeen Knit Cloves, dome fasten- ers 75c Sheep Lined Coats Grey Coat Coats Black Coat Coats Brown Coat China Dog Coon Coats Fur Lined Coats; Wool Lined Lined Tweed Suits, latest styles and pat- terns Overcoats, with college collars 20th Century Clothing for Gentle- men, Fall and Winter Fashions, Suits to Overcoats .___..... to Trousers to Hawes'.Hats, latest blocks and Soft Hats, 5 new shapes, American makes Stetson Hats to Winter Caps, fur lined bands, 60c, 75c, 85c Kuveral and Lifebuoy Rubbers and Overshoes Fleece Lined Underwear. Wolsey Underwear. Stanfield Underwear Cluett Shirts and Collars. W. C. R. Shirts and Collars. Tccke's Shirts and Collars. v Many of these'lines are Exclusive, be- ing imported direct from the Manufactur- ers. This enables us to give the Extra Values for which the store is noted. Prompt attention to Mail Orders. I Car of Ontario Cheese and Eggs due to-morrow Car of Sivift's Meats and Lards expected this week ,4 I TEe Bentley Company Ltd. General Merchants, Wholesale and RetaU Lethbridge, Alto.