Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHBRtDGfc DAILY MEflALU. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER I. INT ON A The Greatest Display of Men and Boys' Suits Ever Shown in Lethbridge Clothing- of Quality "is the Only Kind you Can Get at MACL s This is really our First Opening. In fact, we have everything a Man or Boy Wears. The Rbad of Low Prices Leads Straight to Our Store. Opened To-day Ten cases minute Clothing Overcoats, Fur-Lined Coats, Fur Coats Men and Boys' Pants 6 cases Men's Shoes 2 cases Coat Sweaters and Roll Collar, as- sorted colors At Prices to Please THE GREATlCLOtHlERS OF THE GREAT WEST Specials for This Week MEN'S SUITS y A regular suit sale price A regular suit sale price A regular to suit, sale price 15.CO TIME FOR A NEW HAT The Newj Styles are] Here. New Fall Derby, Soft Hats. JOHN B. STETSON We Show all the Latest Shapes and Blocks A SNAP IN LINEN HATS, Regular 75c., 85c., arid Sale Price 50c. LET US CROWN YOU THIS FALL HER BREATH CAME IN LITTLE PANTS Boys' K nicker Pants at -75c., Climbing trees is tame exer- cise for some boys, these knicks have been prepared, especially for such strains. BOYS' CLOTHING IN NORFOLKS AND PLAIN, 2-PIECE 3-PIECE, FROM to SHOES TO CLEAR Silk stripe, assorted colors, crotchet, The balance of OXBLOOD OXFORDS, all sizes, re-ular 00 regular 50c., sale price 20c. We are offering the biggest snap in 50c. Ties ever offered in the Great West, regular 75c. and Sale Price 50c. Ties that please the classes and ties that please the lasses. Price to clear Opened this week 6 cases SHOES in Black, Tan and Patent, Prices and Drop in and look them over, also look our FALL OVERCOATS over. WHEN THE CHILIS OF Nil ARE PUYIKG TIG IIP M DOWN YOUR SPINIl COLUMN DROP IN UNO ISOX ST OUR.. OVERCOITS 816 to 818 Allan Block, 1st St., E. CALGARY Phone 444 P.O. Box 1352 Barnsley Block, Crabb Street, LETHBRIDGE The Great Clothiers of the Great West ANOTHER TIE GAME Lethbridge and Calgary Pu Up Great Article Of Ball Calgary, Sept. was the third time during the present encounter that Calgary met the Lethbridge In dians, played the game hard and drew oft' at the close of the day with out a verdict. Twice in this series nine innings have come and gone and the "game was unfinished. Leiabridge has always .bcixu the hoo-doo of the Calgary team. There was a time when they had two hoo- doos, Brandon and Lethbridge, but Brandon was chased to the woods in thy last series while Lethbridge is st-ill with them. The contest last night wus some- what bettei than ou thb pievioua waning. Crist pitched for the io- ils and Pieh pitcned extremely well i the score indicated; Jack Comgan introduced a fling- eu by tht: n-mt; of Mtmel, a stocky person, whose flings are not very uecepiive. He could not stand the altitude last night and after the iiuiue team had two innings at him Comgj.il janked him and pu "Cj" in, who did high c-iiiiss imaging for -the rest of tne aiternoon. Ine score: AB R H 0 A Joe Conigan, cf 4 li............4 Jack Corngan ......4 Cmck, Lynch, c .........4 McGariy, 3b........4 i liell, as.............3 0 'lowusend, lb......4 0 SPORTS Menzel, p r'lelx, p. 4, 35 1 1 2 6 0 0 Oil 00 00 o S 27 12 07 00 0 il 1 o 02 AE K H 0 A Donovan, 'If. 4 2 leaker, cf.......___ 4 i Co iliors, 2b 2 0 jmith, 3b...........3 0 Sheehan, c......... 4 o 'arkes rf...........3 o lb. 4 0 iillei-, ss. 0 Jridt, p. 3 o 3 5-27 15 By innings: ethbudge ..........010 002 y ..............201 ooo Honifc; iuns, Chick. 3 hase hits, Lynch. 2 base hits. Smith. Sacri- iice hits, Crist. Stolen bases-, LMcGarry 2, Bell, Scand- iidge, Connois. Bases uu balls. Out Crist, 2; off Mtsnzel 1- off Pieh 4. Struck out: By Oust, 7 (Joe Coingan Towusttnd, BtiU, Pieh, Lynch, by 7 (Sheehan '2, Crist, Baker, Miller, Donovan, forot base! on errors: 2; Calgary 1. Left on Bates Lethbndge, 6; Cal- :ary 6. Double plays, Bell, unassist- ed; Ciist to Miller. Passed balls, Lyjich. Balk, Manzel. Time Attendance 300. Umpire Shuster. Lethbridge Won At Tennis The following js a result of -the match between the Ltthbridge Tennis lub and the Taber Tennis jlayed at Taber on Saturday August! 28th. DOUBLES- 3 Neweombe and Harmon (L) won- rom Leek and McPherson (T) c n Powell and Morton (L) won frolnJ Hamman and Powell (T) McLaughhu and Wedd (L) won Haniman and Long .f New com be (L) vs. Leek (unfmish-" d) Kobertson (T) vs. Morton (L) won" y Morton Wedd (L) vs. Hamman (T) won y Hamnian, McLaughlin (L) vs. Powell (T) won y McLaughlin SUMMARY: Lethbridge won 3 doubles, 5 events." Taber won 1 event. BASEBALL RESULTS WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE STANDING Won Lost P.C 'Medicine Winnipeg Calgary Lethbridge Moose Jaw lii Brandon Edmonton 63 62 50 44 43 37 37 29 37 40 43 48 60 60 Western Canada At Lethbridge .010 002 Calgai-} .....201 000 4> Batteries: Menzel. Pieh andXyncHj Crist and Sheehan. Umpire tar. At Moose Moose 102 6 Biandon 7 Batteries: Welsh and Earl and Stingle. Umpire Farrar. At Begin Winnipeg ..........402 013 Eegina .......-.......001 040 Batteries. Collins and Anderson; and Gardner. __ Umpire Voss. At iledicine Hat 230 000 13 1 Edmonton. 4 3 Batteries: Dunn and Davidson- Grady and Kelly Second Medicine Hat .000 000 "8 2 Edmonton' .....100 000 1 5 Battenes: Whisman and Davidson- Smith and Kelly Umpire Grimes. National At Pittsburg 7: Boston 2 At New Chicago 2, New York 0 At St." Louis- Philadelphia 11: St. Louist 6. At Cincinnati 9: Brooklyn 4 American At Detroit- Detroit 7; Boston 9. At Philadelphia- Chicago 2; Philadelphia 0. At St. St.. Louis 7; Washington 3. At Game- Cleveland 1; New York 4 Second Cleveland 2; New York 1. Eastern At i Baltimore 6; Montreal 2 At 489, x, wark 0. Toronto l 13 innings 459 At j Providence 6: Buffalo 2. Jersey City-Rochester, rain. Northwestern At .685 lacunut will probably lose K< _., Kippcrt, fleet-footed CPntrMielder, 'Aberdeen 0; Seattle 8 after this year. According to report! At Portland- will be drafted by of the big Spokane 3: Portland 3 coast league clubs. Kippert played! At with Lethbridge two years ago. Tacoma 3: 'Vancouver 7. Newport, R. I., Aug. remarkablo speed and clevorncss, Frederick B. Alex.'uider and Harokl H. Hackctt rctainod the national doubles championship by defeating the Pacific const Georco J. Janes and Maurico F. McLauphlin, 6-4, 6-0. Tlie pluck of the challengers was worthy of a better fate. They nev- Kt down and even -with defeat facing them put all of their skill into the competition, "a rally just before the deciding point being one of the most brilliant bits of the three Tt this superb show of courage and the manner in 'which' Alexander .worked 3p to the, topmast flight of rarr.c that held the crowd of spell bound.