Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER IS, PAGE MacLEOD The Great Clothiers of the Great West Where You Get the Best for the Least 50 Doz. Work Shirts, regular 85c. quality, in heavy Galitea, Navy and Black Polka Dot, were due here June 1st, just to hand to-day; we put them on sale the balance of this week only, on Monday if any left price will be 85c.; Only Two to a Customer, mil Sizes, SALE PRICE We bought 22 doz. SILK CREPE SHIRTS at half price, in White, Pale Blue, Fawn and Green, with collars and with- out, some with reversible! collars; regular price all sizes, SALE PRICE, THIS WEEK ONLY 55c. 75c. nfiii Wool Fleece Lined, the 75e. quality, sizes 34 to 44 _ SALE PRICE 50C. Boys' Wool Fleece Lined, the 50c. quality, 22 to 32, Sale Price -3 -1 Men's Tiger Brand, all Wool, double breasted, the kind, Sale Price iH- Stansfield's All-wool Unshrinkable, all sizes, down to Men's Half-Hose, Merino and regular 25c., Sale Price Pure All-Wool Cashmere, double-thread, Merino heel and toe, regular 40c., Sale Price Heavy Ribbed Worsted, in heather and black, the 40c. quality, Sale Price 1 25c. 25c. Men's Heavy Homespun Hanson's, regular quality, _ _, Sale Price 25C. THE RIDEAU SHOES ARE HERE to from' 'm Kangaroo Colt, Patent Kid, Suede Tops, Gun Metal, Tan and Black, Prices To Introduce these Trade Winnners -We will Give a Pair of SOc. Cashmere Hose FREE this Week Only With Every Pair. The only place to buy clothing is at Mac- Leod Brothers. The Suit or Overcoat you want is here, whether your price is or up to We had a re- smashing'sale, on our suits last Another shipment this week. fefflT- ON SALE AT 18.00 Two Stores: CALGARY AND LETHBRIDGE your Bros Two Stores: CALGARY AND LETHBRIDGE MacLEOD R.OS. The Great Clothiers of The Great West PHONE 444 LETHBRIDGE P.O. BOX 1352 SPORTS LETHBRIDGE BEAT EAitern 4, Montreal 0. Buffalo 0, Toronto 0. Jersey City 2, Baltimore 1. I Providence 0, Newark 11. Northwestern At I Seattle' 0, Portland 8. I At [Vancouver 1, Spokane 4. I At Tacoma- ALL STAR TEAM Aberdeen 8, Tacoroa 1. Minneapolis, Sept. Letb- bridge team of the Western Canada league the local AH, Star ag- gregation at Nicollet park yesterday afternoon, by a score of 4 to 1. Nie- ollot park vrasia sea of mud, making good baseball impossiole, and most of the errors charged against the players was the result of the poor condition of the fieM. The game was characterised by the A .NEW CRICKET RECORD :v Derails are" DOW' available the last England-Australia test match. As reported it "was a, draw. Australia made 325 to England's 352 in the first. In the second Australia t declared" with five wickets down with the score 339, England responding with 109 for three wickets. Bardsley, for Austra- lia, for th? first time in a test match masterly pitching of Cal, Wilson and j a double century, 136 and ISO. Lefty Dretchko. Wilson, free from j gharpj for England, made-105, Hutch ings 66 and 59, amd Fry the Superior team of the Minnesota Wisconsin league, pitched great ball for the Canadians. 'He allowed but three hits and fanned ten batsmen. Dretchko also retirod 10 men by the strike-out route. The All-Stars .scored their lone run in the opening round on a pass and Anderson's timely bingle. Lethbridge registered its four runs in the second inning on a combination of hits, a pass, an'd Ed. Keboe's two-base 'drive to'the right field fence. Ed. Kehoe's one hand catch on first and Steinfeldt's pretty running catch in the left garden furnished the only fielding features of the game. Both teams presented patched-up line-ups, and to a-dd to the accumula- tion of misfortunes the 'Lethbridge players were without their uniforms, which were -delayed en Manag- er Corrigan's team was attired in 62 and 35. Bardsley is 25 years of age.r cording to the London Daily Mail was not until he was in the 90's in his second innings and the- opportun- ity of getting up a world' record seemed to offer itself that Mr. Bard- sley was at all shaky. A 91 he put up a ball through, slip, which must have gone into Rhodes's hands had he been standing fmar. Then at 95 v he shaped -wretchedly all through aft uver from Mr. Carr. To further shake the batsmani's nerves !Mr. Gregory, generously try? ing to help has young partner his -suspense oran himself -out in -try- ing to steal a second run. Oosse- quently a pause in the proceedings, arid Mr. Bardsley stood JLdgeting at the wicket until joined by his the Minneapolis team's traveling, out- Ilaiu- Thefn> however, he quickly' got; nt5. (thtose three necessary runs, and the' o grounds re-echoed with the ed applause. It was a grand perfor--, The All Stars R H 0 A E Greaves, ss 400020 McCarthy. 3b 311010 Anderson 3 0 1 0 0 0 Dretchko, p 4004-20 Lehrer 300621 Hodgins 3 Of112 2 6 SteinMdt 100200 Hodge 400311 Glarum.................... 300001 Totals 28 1 3 2710 3 Corrigan. Berriston. Kehbe Burns ........___ AB 3 4 5 4 Poison 4 Johnson 4 Mullane 3 Wilson, p 2 Cox 2 R H 0 A E 1 0 2 0 0 00020 P 1 9 0 0 01400 00120 11101 1 2 10 2 0 10041 00000 31 4l 527-10 2 All Stars .._............. 100 000 1 Lethbridge 040 000 4 Two-base hit. Kehoe. Left on base All Stars 7, Lethbridge 8. First on. balls, off Dretchko 2, off Wilson 6. Hit by pitcher, by Condgan 2, by Burns. Struck out, by Dretchko 10, by Wilson 10. Passed ball, Hodgans. Wild pitches, Wilson, Dretchko. 2.05. Umpire, Cheatham. manca. and Mr. Bardsley deserves the praise he says1 the Mail. v Mr. McDonnell at Adelaide scored 124 and "83 in a'test while the late Arthur scored 1Q6 and 81 at Lord's These are the nearest approaches ip.. Mr, Bardsley's record, in test cricket. THE NEW FIRE ENGINE BASEBALL RESULTS American At Washington 2, Boston 5. At Kew Philadelphia 5, New York 2. Second', 3, New-'York 2. At- Detroit 2, St. Louis 3. .At Chicago 4, Cleveland 4. National At Cincinnati-r Chicago Cincinnati 0. At Uew York 0, Boston 3. At Philadelphia 0, Brooklyn 1. The newly -purchased fire received, its test yesterday A preliminary test was held '139. 'the morning to get the boys familiar with. the action of the engine. At the test in the afternoon was procured in. a little min- utes from cold water. Three streams of water were thrown to a height of over sixty feet a. pressure of one hundred pounds. The, iiew engine will be 'an ently effective piece of fire apparatus. An OW WHh Thousands Of Our Customers "BULLER" 2 AND 25C INCH. UNITED, MAKERS OF OOU.AM, AMD IMPORTER! OF New York, Sept. won! the twenty-second running of ihe; "Futurity for James R. Keene over the straight six furlongs of the Coney Island Jockey Chub's course at Sheepshead Bay, in 4-5, his rid- er sitting still through the stretch, though his lead was a stout six lengths as ho passed-the-judges to the plaudits of devotees .of racing who had made the ever-popu- lar "white, blue-spots" a prime fav- orite in the betting at 9 to 10. Candlebeny, the property of E. T. Wilson, Jr., buvrunning in the name of the Montpelier stable because of bereavement, in his owner's family wearing dbwn under whip and spur, Grasmere the winner's stable mate, in the last six- teenth of a mile, and taking the place by a half length. CandlebuTy was second in public favor and went to tlie post at four to one and eifht to five for place.