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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta HtRALD, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2 IMI. NOTICE .The Dakota Pool Room On Ford St. opposite formerly man- aged by "W. M. Murray changed hands and will hereafter be managed by Fred form- erly of the R. Wallace Cigar .Store. He kindly in- vites his friends to call and see him and assures them a choice line of cigars and tobacco to from. Yours. FRED. LANGLEY SPORTS ONE APIECE Lethbridge Lost Last Game In Calgary On Labor Day, September 6th, a tournament of mixed doubles will be held on the Courts of the Lethbridge Calvary, Sept. broke even again yesterday, and for the third consecutive day, but the fea- Tennis Club. Four will be of- j ture was somewhat different. The fm-U, two to the winners and two to j first game was an early one, and it runners up. j took ten innings to show that the Thu< tournramem will be in the form Lethbridge team hud the better of "it. ;of a handicap and gentlemen will be So to even up Calgary took the sec- permitted to select their lady part- j ond game, but with comparative -ase. The afternoon game was a very line line of baseball, and the large cnnvd that was not present missed a very excellent controversy. The contest wa-s very much of a pitchers' battle, -hi which Lezie stacked up against i Rush, and the honors were easy un- wlien the si- All names must be handed in to I the secretary by 9 o'clock 'Thursday j evening, September 2nd, when the I handicap will be made up and results j posted in the Club House and in the i} the tenth a home run at an Sporting Column of the Lethbridge Herald. it is hoped that there will be a large number of entries as the whole day will be devoted to this tourna- moment. First Game Through the kindness of the lady j AB K H 0 A E members, there will be usual tea j Joe Corrigaxi; cf. National Swimming Match The national 10-mile swimming championship will take place on the Mississippi on September 6. This national event -carries with it the holding for a year of a troplry] which becomes the absolute property of. the man who .wins it three times. H, Handy, of the Illinois A. C. of- Chicago, now has two legs on it, i and if he this year it is his for good. The Missouri A, ,C. under whose Auspices the race is held, feels that the loss of the cup would kill the event, which has grown to'moii-j stezr rtize, fully persons wit- nessing it lasji year and 60 competi- tors reporting. Naturally the club is doing all in its power to defeat the Chicagoan, and several letters have been received by Daniels and Good- win, of the New York A. C., request- j ing their entries and offering all sorts j of inducements if they will consent! to start. Daniels feels confident that he can defeat the aeld in spite of any attempt' to trkk him out of it, and he may go. Goodwin, however, is .not '0 certain that he wants to run the! 1 MOVING PICTURES. ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE, 1 He Wfco Last Laughs Beit 2 If it Don't Uncern You V la the evening, by the moonlight, dear Louise S iSc ANT 25c Wilson Wilson In a Big Musical Comedy Act 1 he Thatens In a new comedy sketch; en- titled "A Happy Little Teddy, everybody's pet risk. The course is an unfair one', 4 0 2 1 Jon Saturday afternoon and again on j Cox, If..............4 0 0 2 j Monday afternoon. BASEBALL RESULTS" Thanking the public for the credit given to the club quick service and first class meals, J wish to state that Charlie Casswell, formerly of the Castle Hotel has'the complete management of the kitchen and dining room of this high class restaurant using only white help. Hence ve can farther guarantee the public better service than ever. Sincerely soliciting your patronage, I remain, Tour, servant. V. RODGERS KLJNG CANNOT PLAY BALL IN CHICAGO Crncinnati. Ohio. Sept spect and in the event that tempt to piny in a single game'in the city of Chicago we will -use le- gal means to prevent it. dent Chas. Murphy of the Cubs sent I Ghas. ,W. the following message" to John KUng, apon, learning that Kling was go- ing to take a team of semi-profes sional players to Chicago next week to play semi-professional teams in Chi- cago and vicinity. "One of the stockholders in the Cincinnati club and a leader the bar here has advised me that the Chicago club can secure an injunc- tion against your appearing in uni- form in Chicago while you are un- der contract to us. You may rest assured that the Chicago club "will not waive its prerogative in this re- S. 0. E. At a 'special mee'ting ..of the. Foot- tall executive held Tuesday -'night it was -decided to play off the above tie tonight. Referee, Tabrum. Kick off 5.30. The Maple Leafs of Calgary wrote asking, for a game on Labor -Day with the. city team but in view of, _.._ other matches pending it was decid-1 Rejrina eel not -to entertain the request for that cinv. National At G-aine- PhiljidelpMa 6; Cincinnati 7. Second Philadelphia 4; Cincinnati 9. At Chicago 12: Brooklyn 0. At Kew Si .Louis 6; JSrew American Chicago 6; Philadelphia 2, At St. St. Louis 7: Washington 6. At Detroit- Detroit 5; Boston 4. .11 innings. Northwestern .At Seattle- Aberdeen 0: Seattle 12. At- JTacoma 1; Vancouver 0. Western Canada At _ Medicine Hat 101 -041' i Edmonton 000 002 5 5 j Sterling and Gragion. Umpire Grim- Second Medicine Hat 10 3 Edmonton 000 6 8 Batteries': Campbell and Davidson Barnstead and Gragion. Umpire Grimes.' At Moose Moose. "Jaw .......000 Regi n a...........ioo Batteries: 'Walters and Ward; Hooker and Ward. Umpire 9 Jack Corrigan, rf. 4 0 0 0 Chick, 2b. ._______21132 i Lynch, c. ...........4 i 152 McGarry j 3b........ 3 0 0 4 2 {Bell, ss..............3 i 14 2 j Townsend, Ib.......3 0 010 0 i Lezie, p............4 o 0 1 4 31 3 5 30 13 [CALGARY- AB R H 0 A j Donovan, If.........4 j Baker, cf. a......___3 Connor, 2b. 3 Smith, 3b.......... 3 j Sheehan, c. 4 Gouchee, ,rf.' Standridge, Ib. Miller, ss. 0 Rush ....__. 30 i Q I 2' 5 30 16. 3 .Score by Lethbridge 000 000 200 jCalgary ........_ 000 000 002 batted for Miller in the 9th batted for Bush in the j run, Bell. -2 hits, Lynch, -Joe Corrigau, Sacrifice hits.. McGarry, CrisiT on balls: Off-Rush 2; off' Lezie 2. Hil! by pitcher, Donovan, Connors, Stand-' nclge. Struck Rush 4 (Cox 2. Chick, by Lezie 5 (Sheehan Ktst'oa errorc Lethbndge 3. Left bases: Letl with the- current's' speed from one to seven miles. .The entry list for the I race is larger than ever and the event! should certainly prove spectacular. We are making a new departure this season, and have arranged to sell wheels direct by aving to our customers all intermediate profits. By this'plan we can offer Regular Hyslop Bicycles for This surprising value in first-class wheels will be an import- ant help to the restoration of their popularity. We hare planned for a big bicycle year, and are ready with the best machine for the money A'er offered in Canada- Send for Illustrated FoMer HYSLOP BROS., Limited High-Class Automobiles and Bicycles TORONTO, ONT. England does not intend that the I international .polo cup, won by the [American Meadowbrook team recent- ly, remain long in America -without effort to re-capture it. The Earl of Lonsdale, :th.e jDuke or Westminster and the Duke of Koxburghe held a. and discussed plans for sending a team to America next season to retake the cup.' No defeat in sports in years has humil- iated the English as has the loss of the polo cup. Lord .Lonsdale was formerly a polo enthusiast .and still maintains his interest in the game.. He is enormously wealthy; Medicine Hat ___ ,65 Winnipeg Calgary 51 Lethbridge 45 Moose Jau- 45 38 Brandon .....___. 37 Edmonton 37 3 2 8 o LEAGUE STANDING PP w. 29 37 41 44 48 43- 60 G2 J-JCi.ll- bridge 3; Calgary 4; Massed ball. Lynch. Time o! game; 1 35 ance .100. Umpire -fihuster.' Seco'nd Game Joe Corrigan cf __ u Cox, lf.-3b. e 3 Jack Corrigan, rf Chick, 2b. Lynch, c. McGarry, 3b-p Bell, ss. Shells tkat BRING DOWN THE BIRDS are manxifactured by a few firms. all, however, give -as mucli Attention to the loading of the shells as the matter demands. e carry a line of the best PAPER AND METALLIC SHELLS or shot guns and rifles of every i black and smoke-1 powder shells in stock. j MetiibriilgB Sporting Goods Co. I The only store in Lethbridge' that handles sporting goods I exclusively UPTON'S POOL Is supplied with the BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA And is cool, bright and pleasant. Best Clears and v Tobaccos in stock Barber Shop in Connection Basement of Oliver Block 4 0 .691 i Townsend, ib. if .506! .484 .442 .381 The Bank of Coromo SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT QFFERS to People of bridge and vicinity CALGARY- Donovan. if. Baker, If.. Connors, 2b. VI Smith, 3b. 4 Parkes, cf.....' 4 G-ouchee, c. Staudridge. Miller, as. P- 0 0 300 -i 0 1 .'3 10, .320 -20 22 .4 0 0 11 -20003 0 0 30 3 42415 5 AB R H 0 A E 3 1 o 2 F 0 1 0 MONEY Ib. Score by innings 4 4 35 0 3 2 2 i o 0 9 3 3 3 1 2 3 9 27 19 fTheir very complete facilities for the transac- tion of banking business of every description, with the assurance that all business entrusted to them will receive the most careful attention. fTheir resources are large, and their experience in handling banking accounts covers a period of more than a half century. r U20 100 000-3 Cajgar-v oso 010-7 3 base hits, Bell, Parkes. 2 base Bell, Geehan. Sacrifice hits, Donovan. -Stolen bases, Cox Pieh, Chick. Bases on balls- Off Geehan 5; off McNeiU 1. Struck out: By Geehan 5 (Townsend, Pieh Joe Corrigan, Cox, by Mc- 1 First base on errors: Lethbridge 3; Calgary 4. Left on bases: Lethbridge 6; Calgary 7 Double play: Cox to Bell to Town- send. Time 1.40. Attend- ance 300. Umpire, Shuster TO LOAN Within the Next Ten Days on Improved Farms at Lette rs Interest is paid on Savings Accounts. Current Accounts opened for Business Peopl< on favorable terms. Letters of Credit Issued for Travellers in North America and the East. Money Loaned to Responsible People CAPITAL REST and UNDIVIDED PROFITS 727 050 ASSETS of Credit Issued Lethbridge Branch Incorporated 1855 T. W. McEachern Manager LETHBRIDGE CONSERVATOR? OF MiiSiC AND COMMERCIH COLLEGE J. George Harper Director RE-OPENS MONDAY, AUGUST 30th, 1909. .Expert teachers in all branches Class and' private instruction. Choral, String, Orchestral anc Dramatic Clubs in .connection. TUFF'S BLK., Opposite the Barrackt. 7 per cent. We are in a position to let you have the money without unnecessary delay. 'Call or write us at once ALBERTA SECURITIES, LTD, J Lethbridge ;