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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LtTHimDOt, ALTA., TUMDAY, APRIL 27, I Ml. TONIGHT AT THE LYCEUM "EAST LYNNE" That stirring drama that has met with public approval for nearly half a century. The company present in all its splendour Special costumes for each scene, special scenery for the play. You must see this to realize its beauty and splendour. Prices 2Sc., 3Sc., 50c Dakota Pool Hal! THE OFFICIAL. SAY. This is the day that the Lethbridge" baseball players of the W. C. L. are j officially engaged. From this day! their salary commences. Manager! Corrigan has not sent in any news j of his team in the past few days, j but it is understood that he has im-: proved his line-up and that team is now ready to jump into the 11 pennant race with as good chances as j KwMMVi the rest, if not a little better. suits have been bought, also base- i ball coats to match. The will be identical with those of two ors are years ago, being grey and black. in a very short time now the team will arrive and the public will have a chance of seeing the quality of men that will represent, this city in this great publicity proposition. At the present time the team has training quarters at St. Thomas Col- lege, Si. Paul, where the facilities aru the best for putting the players into shape. The line-up to date is as follows Lynch, Anderson c. Lange, Dunn. Knowlton, G-ebeau, Ncidem'ure. Nelson, Pieh. Anderson or Bktner 1st. Joe Corrigan, 2b. John Taylor, 3b. arcGarry, Bell, ss. Reiss, iletcaU, Hi Green, Lamb, 1 1'arrell and Jack Corrigan. outfield. Has received a fine line of IMPORTED CIGARS and a large assortment of PIPES. V. RODGERS Prop. W. M. MURRAY Manager Kean Block. Opposite the Post Office, Good's Old Stand Your Reflection raised. the officers of the Senat-j have gone in previous years and in- devising a scheme whereby i tend to ask that their guarantee be the team will have a say, in the run- ning of the club. Mr. William Foran has suggested that the players be given representation on the committees and that, instead of gut- ting a. guaranteed amount, they di- vide up the surplus at the close thu season. Mr. Fpran's scheme is to i four of the phtvers, two from the de- I various i jience and. two home men on the! 'team committee and a couple, of the j j finance board, they are represent- 0 atives of the twelve to have p hand In previous years tho Capita7, play- ers have been signed at the begin. ning of the season and paid of at the dose, not being hired by the match, but by the season. The locals are not as highly paid as the members i year, but it ot the Montreal. Shamrock, National proposed at :n the management oi the club. The club would guarantee the men noth- ing, but would undertake to let them divide up on equal terms at the close of the season. .j This scheme was suggested last; fell through. It. will, be j tomorrow's meeting- of i It isn't enough, now- adays, to be all right. You have got to lookall right, because the biggest part of becoming a success ifl to make people think you are all right What is your .reflec- tion in the world's mirror a well dressed, successful man, or a shabby failure? Show that you think enough of yourself to look your best at all times. Back up your good character by- wear- ing good clothes- like Irishman's turn. the negro ,ut down. The referee was on the .ft; like a Hash. "One three four fivo twice Jive's out WILL TRAVEL IN STYLE Toronto, April Chas. Querrie, of the Tecumsehs, is already engaged in for the trip of the Indians to tho coats in quest of the 2Vfinto Cup. The journey will be made in a pri- vate car in which the team .and a few friends will travel. The players l live aboard the car-, which will be a combination diner and sleeper. It is probable that an- exhibition game will be played at Winnipeg. GOOD NEWS FOR MOOSE JAW. i Secretary Lamb, of the "W. C. L., received word from Secretary Far- of the National .baseball com- mission that Player Rosemer had been .awarded to Moose Jaw. Man- tiger -Kid" Taj'lor was. very anxious to secure Rosemer but he -was also I claimed by other clubs, and the case went before the National commis- sion. PiiartBd StctlBHl Manufactured in Vancouver, B.C., of the very best Kiln- dried Lumber, in latest de- Prospective builders would do well to write me before deciding on a house S. A. Spencer AGENT nd BUILDER, MACLEOD 199 Clothing Tecumseh or Toronto clubs, 'but they! the Capital executive and at a gath- a good chunk of money and all j ering oi the players next week, they expenses paid. They aro not by any will be told of the plan and asked to means the poorest paid players in j co-operate. Mr. Foam's scheme en- the N. L. U. Sures all the players a good fair deal but it is a question whether or not the men will agree to it. as hereto- fore they have preferred a straight! guarantee to a probable ''divvy." that; ________________Officers of the Capitals say i there is no chance of the club giving A NiiTV IDKA FOR jany of the men big increases over RUNNTXG- LACROSSE TEAM [last year or any other season for. Ottawa, April the play-! that matter. The revenue of the! The Capitals will no i object to any ers of tho Capital Lacrosse club are j Caps is not such that they can at-1 of their men going west to play with thinking seriously of demanding an j ford to hand out as much money as j Regum in the Minto Cup :games increase in salary before they turn j the other clubs. Some of the players against Sew Westminster providing out with the garnet and -grey again'seem dissatisfied with the way.tilings1'the matches take place prior to the GRJtSSY CHAjLLEXGES. i The Grassy Lake Football club ihave challenged the Sons of England of this city to a match to take place I at Gi-assy Lake on Victoria Bay. i Needless to say tho challenge was J promptly accepted, and arrange- j ments are being made for the team, j and most likely a big bunch of sup- to go down to Grassy Lake' and, as rumor says there is a good team down there, a good game should result. opening June g of the N. L." U. season on BOM ISLAND ALBERTA Choice Business and Residential Lots This townsite is situated sixty-four miles east of the City of Lethbridge, on the Crow's Nest Pass Division, pf the and has i the celebrated "Old Glory gas well, adjoin- ing the townsite. There is a good supply of coal and water. No investment on like earth itself. as pricesPjare advancing daily. Prices of Lots range to according to location. Special Prices for Blocks. Terms are One-Third Cash, and the balance payable in Six and Twelve Months v nth interest at six per cent, per annum. For full particulars call or jvrite to Bow Island, Alta. ALLEN COMING WEST. Toronto, April Allen, Canadian featherweight, yesterday !received .from Matchmaker Johnnie j Held, of Calgary, an. invitation to. go west .and fight Abe Attell for the world's featherweight, championship at Calgary on May 24, .Reid guar- antees Allen f 500., and transportation to and froni The guaran- tee is .satisfactory, but Allen wants j transportation for his manager also, "and will ...writerReid to this effect. The fight will likely take place _" on that date. ,as the Calgary, people are very anxious to see Allen, and At- tell and Reid is sure, of their drawing- a. record crowd. Reid has also promised Allen a bout with vJimmie: Butler whether he 'wins or loses the .null .with.-Attell, and Allen is also dickering-, for a go -with the former Ottawa.: crack.. Allen; has also been, asked-to fight AJf. Lynch, of Quebec, at-Montreal, on, April 28. Lynch also -the featherweight title, and -Allen anxious to! take him on and "beat him out for the laurels. Allen will prob- ably hike lor the" inimediately after his match with LynckV> Billy is .-keeping iu constant training and expects to be in the pink .for his western fights. RECEIPTS OF THE GOTCH- MAHMOUT MATCH The Empire Athletic Club, which promoted the match between Frank Gotch and Yussiff Mahmout, has is- sued a statement of the receipts and earnings of each man. The figures doubtless form records in the wrestling history, as the crowd which packed every seat and avail- able space in the big .arena was by all odds largest .that ever saw. ui similar event in this country. Fol- lowing -are the figures-: Gross receipts, 35 per-cent, as winner of match, Turk's Head Co. Calgary and Lethbridge Plumbing and Steam and Hot Water Heating A full line of Pipes, Fittings, Valves, Steam Gauges, Lu- bricators and Injectors al- H.. ways in stock Street Phone 299 Turk's 25 per cent., as loser of the match, :Turfc's less his-forfeit, 7 Gross for Empire Athletic Club. NEW HOTEL NAMED NEW WAY OF ;COUXTING OFT negro pugilists: arid tho: color line, they; are telling a story; of an. Irish a Brook- lyn fight in one of the minor cEibs last week. A negro and van. Irishman weye ,ihe principals, .and. ;firs-t round the negro" sledge- hantmer blow oh the who down like a log. ..The Irish >e- feree began to count. "On-n-e, t-w-6, t-h-r c'c ye omad- haun, don't you kndw 'twas a nagur hit-.you, ails -ys. are ye goin' to He there all .man, I "knew ye'd never let-; a nagur say he had knocked you out." In the second tound it was the Many Namts ing Suggestions "Dufferin Hotel.'' That is the name chosen, by- Eev. J.-S.. Chryerg, ,E. W. HcMuHen'and .T. >E. Patteson, who were :asked by -T. O. Johnson, who is biu'lding the hoteL to make: the choice among the names .-submitted in the contest. The is situated on the corner: ol Dufterm and Bur- dett streets and. the: latter, was a close second among the.' ninety-seven names the historical and pa- tricktia. significance: of the former carried the day: Many and varied: were the names -There were "a dozen or so Alexandra's and King Edward's, a whole list of. .chestnuts, auch as Occidental, Albion, 'Queen's ;and Elite. Local; geography was: rec- ognized in Sinfajta, Lethalta, Golden West and .Great West. Englishnien submitted DeyonV ;Koyal Oaks, Sand-i ringham and White Hose; Americans knowing .that -the .proprietor is a North Dakotan submitted United Dakota, Minnesota, Minnea- polis, White 'House. One made a happy combination in .Gannodak from Canada and-North Dakota. Another suggested that as it is to be a temr perance hotel that it be called Dryden. MQ'TI G _ DURING THE GOAL STRIKE to for prompt delivery of Hardvood In lacks. It economical and clean, the best for ;ap cooking.. 'v Telephone 344 Office Smith Street and another offered Blue> Ribbon; For obvious or unimaginable reasons such names as Chinook, Galty Maple Leal, Gee-wie, Sbadulach and ITneeda, were offered as suggestions while one .man had evidently gone through the j die- FORFUKNITTIRE GSMPBEOS feoifarfloontoo The Prirate Dining Rooms, -at-the-' are now open, and .are, well JJoat flp to 4ate Rcatou- raut m tlie city,