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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETMBRIDOI, ALTA., THURiOAY, APRIL H, II Have you found out where it will pay you to buy your Groceries Ask your neighbor who her's here and she will tell you. But you can learn more than we can tell you and learn it in the best way. We have just opened a beautiful assortment of fancy China Crockery Which we are pricing at very attractive figures We are selling Yleiscbman's Vcasi which the makers claim is the very best made Prove it and find this claim is sustained. Our second shipment of Spring and Summer Dry Goods has come. This includes a hand- some line of Silk, Het, Lawn Blouses J. BROWN CO. LTD. SPORTS LOCAL NOTES Tomorrow night at Oliver's Hall, Jack Clarke and Uw "American Kid" co-aie together to decide the welter- weight boxing championship oi the prairies. Both Clarke ami the Kid have been traLninjj hard for the past couple ol weeks and they say they are io the finest of shape the match. The Kid appears to be an old ring ion here, to be called tbo said Mahmout. "i bout all the men that Gotch did and 1 thought RiUe Association. The oJticers elected were: T. Mo LeoU, Captain and Hurry Mavcety. Secretary. These with two to be chusen Inter, will also consti- tite tlio executive committee. Tho Association will use the old range oil the Stafford Bottoms, which will at once be put under re- pair by tho prisoners from the Bar- racks. Mounds will be erected at firing points up to yards and ail the paraphernalia secured that is necessary to a lirst class range. The lists for enrollment are at pre- sent in the hands of N. T. McLeou, captain; H. A. Maveety, secretary, ami Sergt.-Major Raven, who will en roll any person over the age of six- teen and under sixty years, as mem- bers. This list the committee de- veteran, and not as exactly young gires tQ fiUed ,by SaturdaV( his name ,might imply. He can use either hands with great speed and has a punch which is very ty. The Kid is also a tricky fighter knowing the inside points of the game to a iinish. Clarke has been doing same great stunts in his training quarters. Last night he took on less than nve men in succession for short bouts ranging from two to five rounds with out showing any signs of fatigue. His condition seems to be about per- fect. He also displayed marvellous speed on his feet. Clarke has shown, himself to be a clever man gloves on. previous occasions but the chances are that he will surpass himself Friday night. so as to get the application for rifles in as soon as possible. The enroll- ment fee is one dollar. Andy ilcFadden of .North Dakota, and il. Matsuda, Vancouver, meet in Oliver's Hall Saturday night, to wrestle for the welterweight .cham- pionship of the West. Matsuda is conceded to hold the championship in the 142 pound division. The match is an important one and there is' no doubt but what it -will be a great contest. Matsuda's ability is unquestioned and McFadden made it known that he is there with the goods by his contest with Matsuda a couple of weeks ago, when the Jap failed to throw him in the required length of tune. Jl At the meeting- called for last night in the Beading Room at the Bar- racks, it decided to form a branch of the Dominion Rifle Associa SETTLERS RECORD S. P. Atkins, from C-alio, 1ST.D-, has arrived with a car load of settlers effects for New Dayton. P. Honberger from Valley City, N. D-, came in with a car of efiects for Lethbridge. Noid from St. Thomas, Ont.. is among the new arrivals at Leth- bridge with a car of effects. E. W. Gamble and Carl Jensen from Aberdeen, X. D-, have arrived each with a car of effects for Leth- bridge. Ben Dann from Isorthcote, iEnn... has arrived at LcthbrMge with a car load of settlers effects. I i 4 I I I 4 I 1 I i 1 I 4 11 4 particulars of their claims, on or be- fore the 1st day of May 1909 and after that date, the administrator will dis- tribute the estate, according to "law and will not be liable for any claims of which notice has uot -then been received. Dated at Lethbridge, April 1st, 1909. A. J. McLEAN, ESQ., Administrator. Taber P. 0., Alta. .ANDY McFADDEN He Meets Matsuda, the Wrestling Jap, at Oliver's Hall, Saturday Night i i 4 i 4 I 4 i I The Alberta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON MARKET lob tortt oTtlie Railroad art West of Westminster U. FROM 1 f EACH T7AQV bne-third cash, one-third 6 A dJEVlfJLO JLJJTVO X hnlfuuta 19 Interest 6 per cent, per annum __j CA Ufa Auction Sale At BONNELL FUBMAN'S Livery Barn SATURDAY, APRIL I7trr At 2.30 p.m. by W. L. Wilson AUCTIONEER Afnumber of horses both broken and unbroken. 1 Team of Mules Several Fresh Milch Cowg 1 Set Heavy Double Harness Anyone wishing to make entries for this sale can make arrangements with auctioneer on or before Saturday next. W. L. WILSON, Auctioneer Phoue 189 I had at least a chance. He is the best man I ever met. I do not know any one who -can beat- him. I am I to my home in Bulgaria and take a rest. may return next year afrtl try to got another uiatuh. At present ho is a better man." Ed. Smith, referee, makes the fol- lowing statement: "Gotch simply out- classed Muhmout. I novor saw him do such grand work." Marshulltown. Iowa, April tlie presence of two hundred men as- sembled at a billiard room to hear the returns from the Gotch-Mahmout match last night "Doc" Siebert came involved in a fight with Harry Lazelle. Lazelle shot Siebert three times. He died on the way to the hospital. BASEBALL NATIONAL: At Boston- Boston ......................9 18 3 Philadelphia 510 5 At Chicago 3 9 0 St. Louis 1 4 2 At Cincinnati Pittsburg 3 AMERICAN: At Detroit- Detroit..................... 2 Chicago 0 NO HIT, NO RUN Chicago, April Page, the pitcher set an early season record yesterday at Marshall Feld by twirling a no hit, no run game against university .team and incidentally winning the contest 4 to 0. Page struck out 11 men. TECUMSEHS CAN PLAY Montreal, April Tecumseh's have been given permission by the N. L. U. to make an attempt to regain the Minto Cup. They expect to play in New estminster July 1st and 3rd, and will be away from June 26th to July 10th. They have no scheduled league games from June 19th to July 10th. OPERATION ON BALL PLAYER Philadelphia, April Pow- ers, one of the most popular players in the American League was operat- ed on. early this morning, and is said to have only one chance in five of surviving. The operation was perform- ed at- one o'clock this morning after Mrs. Powers, who had been sum- moned by wire, had given her con- sent. More than a foot of intestines were removed. RAYMOND NOTES Raymond, April have having wintry weather for a few days Today it is more like Mr. G. W. -Green has received a carload of coal. Many people have been out of. coal for. several days. There was no evening services held in the Latter Day Saints church-even- ing because no coal could be ob- tained. There is to be a fancy dress car- nival this evening in the Rollei Skating rink. Admission thirty-five cents. Owing to the cold weather Sunday Rev. Cameron was unable, to get to Magrath to hold services there. Miss Munro and Miss who have- .been staying at. the Manse; have left and are now staying at Mrs. Pares'. Mr. J. Jepson, of Seattle, Washing- to3 wasr in Raymond yesterday. He is making preparations to go on his homestead near Taber. Mr. Chas. Fox was in .Spring Cou- lee yesterday on business. Miss Jessie Redd entertained a number .of friends-Monday evening at an Easter Party. About twenty were present. The evening, was pleasantly spent, in playing games City of Lethbridge J THE REGULAR WEEKLY Auction Sale OF HORSES, CATTLE, IMPLEMENTS, etc., will be held at the City Market Corrals on SATURDAY NEXT AT 2.30 Entries Received by the Undersigned up to Time of Sale F. G. Waddington MARKET MASTER JACK CLARKE The Popular Young Lethbridge Wei terweight who will meet "American Kid" in Hall, Friday night. Phot Electric Restorer for; Lost Manhood -I Restores every nerve in the body to its; proper tension; restores vim and! vitality. Premature decay and all, sexual weaknesses, averted at once.; Phosphouol will- make you a new I man. Price a box. or two ior Mailed to any address on re- ceipt of price. The Scobell Drug Co., St; Catherines, Ont. and music. Ice cream and cake were served. Mr. Jones has opened up an ice cream parlor and restaurant in his old place next to Davis Millinery Shop, Miss Blanche Fisher Jias accepted a position as clerk in Nalder O'- Brien's dry goods department The Raymond Young People's So- ciety will have a social evening, this evening at the church. Xuscombe Bros, proprietors of the Raymond Meat Market have opened up a meat market in New-Dayton. The JEaster services held" in the Presbyterian church Sunday even-- ing were well attended. Kev. Cam- eron preached on the Resurrection. Good music was furnished by the choir. Miss Leah Davies of Cardston, is visiting her parents during-.the Eas-' ter holidays. Miss'Marshall of Taber spent Eas- ter with Mrs. Amos here. Miss Kate Neal returned last even- ing'after spending "Eas-ter holidays with friends at Spring Coulee. Mr. W. L. Thompson of Spring Coulee has been on the sick list sey-- eral days. Mr. Daniels of Edmonton was in Raymond yesterday. He went to Spring Coulee this :morning. Master Tom .Collett spent Easter-, with his -sister, -Mrs. Roscoe Miller, in Magrath. We have received Another car of WOOD FIBRE PIASTER SOUTH ALBUTA LUMBER CO. LTD. Ntw Dsjtw, PHONE 326 Cft? SMtfc tt P.O. BOX It Every Spring Mr. H. Langley, Hamilton, Ont., writes: "I have used Burdock Blood Bitters as a spring tonic, and I find it" the beat thing I can take. It builds me right up and I use it every spring. It is excel- lent for the blood." Spring Medicine Try as you may, it is next to impossible to escape .so-called "Spring Fever." You get that weary, tired, listless, worn-out, dqn't-eare-to-work feel- ing. What is' needed is to clean PurifiM the Blood Mrs. Geo. Mason, Apoha- qui, N.B., writes: "I have used Bitters, and it is a splendid spring jnedicine. It purifies the blood and is the greatest remedy in the world for pimples and out the syateni and make the blood pure. The action of That Fetling SCr. F. K. Leani, Saskn- toon, writes: "I have used Burdock Blood Bitters is a blood, builder and think it an excellent remedy. Everyone should take it in the spring to cure that tired feeling that comes to so many at this time of the year." whereby it eliminates all the pent- up poison from the system, starts the sluggish liver working, acts on the kidneys and the bowels and renders it without exception THE BEST IndifMtion in Spring Miss E.Bradley, Hamilton, Ont., writes: "Last spring I three bottles of Bur- dock Blood Bitters, as I had indigestion and rery thin blood. I tried everything be- fore taking the B. B. B., which I think is an excel- lent spring tonic." ;