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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 1, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Friday, April 1,1910, OUR AMBITION Is To Fill The Bill For A Greater Lethbridge First Prize competition ad. Submitted liy Clarence Slierlock WE liandle all kinds of fine dressed and rough lumber, including scantlings, boarding, ceiling, roofing, siding, shingles, laths, etc. ALSO doors, windows and frames. LSO a complete stock of lime, brick, plaster, ce� ment, building paper, tar paper and coal. AND we have the agency for Ruberoid R6ofing ND everything is the best of its kind. the Pioneer Lumber Co. ltd. ^PLAY BALL' tho unipjre will soon bo calling. We lire ready for the baseball season jind you should be getting so. BATS, BALLS, CLOVES, MASKS, �chest protectors and all the other things that go with the game are hero waiting to be put in use. Get .your outfit now so you can get in the gamt" early. The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co. PHONE 10.^2 412 ROUND ST SPORTS & PASTIMES KNOWN AS A SHREWD ONE KLING REPORTS NEXT SUNDAY Louisville, March 1.-John Kling, the Chicapio National League catcher, who has .just been reinstated by the National Baseball Commission, has wired Manager Chance that he will report here for duty on Sunday. HAVE TROUBLE SEATING CROWD POLISH WRESTLER BEAT FRENCHMAN There Is talk of Tommy Murphy and Bat Nelson meeting in Kansas <;ity next month In a lO-round bout. Cleveland, April 1.-Zebyszco, the PoHs.h heavyweight wrestler, who is seeking a 'match wit^h Frank Gotch, won the decision over Rouen, the French champion last night in a closely contested bout here. The Pole was given a fall on a foul in the first five minutes. In the second round lie took 2S minutes to put the Frenchman's slioulders to the mat. Caraezet, a Turkish heavyweight, won an e'&ay victory over Walter Smith of Buffalo, throwing him three times In 21 1-2 minutes. Reserving Seats Now For the Fight San Francisco, April 1.-The size of the "natc" at the Jeffries-Johnson fight is a matter of much speculation lere. That the receipis of the big fight will overtop all previous marks, however, is the belief of all. According to Tax Rickard, one of the promoters, the arena has a capacity of 80,000. "In my opinion the receipts will not fall below $350,000," said Rick-ards yesterday. "We are not in proper shape to record observations as yet and we are simply swamped with application for seats." England has 125 choice scats and 300 have been reserved tor New York parties. Cleveland, OMo, has taken 125 ringside seats and the colored population of the middle west have spoken for 200 of the best locations. To Those Who Want The Best in Men's Fixings AT MODERATE PRICES We Invite to Call and Inspect Our Large Assortment There is no time like Sirring lor making jieople want to put on fine feutlicrs. And as our Furnisiiing- Department contains a most tempting array of the latest novelties for men, it would he a pleasure to us to have you drop in and look us over. Our Glove Department eontaiiis the most popular makes-Dent's and Fownes- A good driving glove...........$1.25 Better quality dogskin .........$1.50 Silk lined dogskin.............$2.00 The- fashionahle grey mocha glove, which is so popular...........$2.00 Also a large range of working gloves from 50c upwards. Our Neckwear and Shirt Departments are alto teeming with juet such novelties at the natty dretter .t in quett of- Popular prices for Ties ...........................................25c, 35e, 50c, 65c, 76c, $1.00 and $1.25 Popular prices for Shirts .............................................$1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00 and $2.50 We alao have a nice range of Summer Underwear combining all the popular lines- BalbrJggan at ...................................................................... 50c per garment Klne Cotton and Wool at ....................'.........................................75c per garment Penman's Summer Wedght ............ ...........................................$1.25 par garment Remember-^It is the policy of this store to spare no efforts to pleMe its patrons Sole Assents 20th Century Clothing CORNELL & TRAVIS Cash Clothiers CIT Oddfellow's Block Opp. Alexandra Hotel To he well dressed a man must wear good clothes, clothes with FIT, STYLE and SATISFACTION comhined. These are the three leading features of STYLE-CKATT clothing. As I have just opened up this season my goods are all new; my customers will have the assurance that my styles and effects are right and air I ask is inspection of my prices, whicli I know are LOWER than the other fellow's. Suits at-$9.00, $9.50, $10.50, $12.00, $13.50, $16.00, $18.50. $20.Ck), $22.50 and $28 SLATER SHOES Shoes that are heing worn all over this continent hy men who want stylish and dur-ahle shoes at fair wage prices. These shoes are all Union Made. I have the sole agency for the SLATER SHOE. Shirts Ties Belts Ed. Barrows Who succeeded the famous Jimmy Casey as manager of Montreal, in the Eastern Baseball League. He piloted Toronto to victory In 1903, after that club had been a tail-ender for a number of years. CINCINNATI MAY PAY $20,000 FOR KUNG Garry Hermann Considering Trading of Larry McLean and Paying Record Price for Player Hot Springs, Ark., March 81.-It is persistently rumored here today 'hat Johnny Kllng, once the Ciibs premier backstop, will work with the Cincinnati iieds this season. Tlie same rumor has it that Lon.; Larry McLean of the Reds is destined to go to the Giants in a trade that will be one of the largest in the history of baseball. Then, this duo, wioh a big cash consideration, will be turned over to Chicago in exchange for the peerletis backstop. The sum involved in the Clno'n-nati-Uhicago transfer is mentioned as ?20,000. This would be the greatest price ever paid for a �ingle playe-. According to Hermann's friends, tne Cmcinnatl magnate Is sanguine that with a catcher of Kling's caliber, hP will have no diiflculty in pulling down the National Leagu^ bunting tl'is year. This he argues, would he wo ili $10,000 to him in liard cash. Therefore .'fling would be a profitable investment. Wfhether this proposition merely is visionary, is a su'bject that la causing much debate Wboul tihe hotel corridors here. ' The general Impression is that no magnate on the face of the earth would p