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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETH9MIOQI, AttlRTA, WEDNCSOAY. APRIL 31, im. AT THE f f 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 25c., LYCEUM THEATRE Mr. Richard Hincks And company will appear on Thursday and Friday Evenings In Pinero's great pliy Saturday Matinee and Evening Pinero's famous drama Seats oh Sale at Lyceum Box Office I Evening Prices 50c. and 25c is made from the finest care- i fully selected cocoa beaiis, roasted by a special process to perfect the rich chocolate flavor. Cowan's is most deli- cious and most economical. THC COWAW co. LiMiTco, TQHOMTO. I Matinee Prices SOc. and 25o. A MOST COMFORTABLE TURN- DOWN SHAPE. SUITABLE FOR ANY SEASON OF THE YEAR, MADE IN TWO QUALITIES. "Anchor" Brand "iron Brand 1 lor Ctc. SOLO BY LEADING FURNISHERS. MADE er TOOKE BROS. LIMITED, MONTREAL MANUFACTURERS Of 8HIRT8, COLLARS. NECKWEAR AND IMPORTERS OF MEN'S FURNISHINGS. '8 MOVED TO THE COAST Winnipeg, Man., .April Swinford, for many" years Northern Pacific representative here, has been transferred to Vancouver May 15th, 'where he will represent the company as traffic manager. W. C. Hartnell of Chicago, suceeds him. DIRECTORS OF BALL CLUB MEET. A most business-like meeting of the directors of the Lethbridge profes- sional ball team was held in the O. W. Kerr offices with a good attend- ance last night.. A system to sell stock in the: club was-inaugurated, which will undoubtedly achieve its purpose in putting the club on a Cleveland-Detroit. At Washington-Phila- delphia. -Kain. At York 4 5 3; Boston 72.; At St. Chicago -1 4 0; St. "Louis 0 3 2. National At Philadelphia 316 2; Brooklyn 293. At New Boston 10 .15 0; New York 271. 'At St; Pitteburg 7 10 lr St. Louis 6 10 3. At Bain. EuUrrt At Providence 7; Buf- falo 4. At Rochester 10; Newark '2.-.- At Jersey Jersey. City 4; Mont- real 3. At Baltimore 8; Toronto 2. Only Second hand Piano 1125.00 cat" HM.M pay- down and tlf.M month. Only Brand ntw Six octavt Piano organ pricr f mm ir in of and M.M tach month The Assiini- boia Music Co. Medicine Hat. Alta. S FOR SUMMER DAYS? Children's Sailor Hats with ribbons, in plain navy blue .50c 75c 90c Chlfdren's Duck Hats in gray and white stripe effect, trimmed with gibbon. 75C Blue Duck Hats with white trimmings..................75c Chlldran's Tart Diiek Hats ......____............................ 75c Ladles1 White SalfOr Hats with black, brown or blue corded silk ribbon bands .See eec 75c and SHIBT WAIST SUITS 'N. Ladles' Shirt WalSt SllltS in striped dimity, white Ladles' Shirt Waist Suits in dotted Cross-bar muslin, white only Ladles' Shirt Waist Suits, Cross-bar muslin, val insertion trimmed.. Ladles' Tan Linen Shirtwaist Suit, trimmed with pearl buttons Tan Lhien Jumper Suits Princess style, trimmed with buttons-of self and blue passementrie.............----.....------......... TWO PIECE SUITS Ladles' SllttS, white linen 3-4 length, 4-btittoned coat, 9-gored skirt, -with bias folds of self.................................... Lhien Suit 3-4 length, 4-buttoned coat, 9-gored skirt, trimmed with bias folds of M.Sf 's Bay Co. M 4 M PBES1DENT FLEMING APPOINTS UitPIHES The four umpires who will contro the games for the "Western League this summer have DOW been selected and will report at Medicine Hat to President Fleming on the 8th o: May. They are "Lefty" JTagle, an old. Northern league player; A. Rodinbaugh, who hails from the Western States, and is also well known in B. G.; Win. Donnelly, who has played with the Pacific Coast league, and-H. L. Voss, another old Northern league man. Altone E. Rodinbaugh has already reported. REG1NA GETS HITtf Cornwall, Ont., April have" been closed between the Regina Lacrosse Club and -.Lallonde-pf the Cornwall club. Lai londe has accepted aio offer of for two games and will leave for the west on Sunday. It is his intention to remain in that section of the Do- minion NO CHANCE FOR JOHNSON; New York. April _Cor- bett, former heavyweight does not see how Jack Johnson has any chance to defeat James J. Jef- fries, should .tthey meet for the cham- pionship of the world. Corbett' has fought Jeffries. twice and recently. spent some time with the retired champion looking :'over his physical Condition. Corbett declares that 'Jeffries is in fine condition and that i two months in the mountains would make him as fit as. ever. "I cannot' say how long it will take Jeffries to knock Johnson Corbett. "for that depends on how long it will take Jeffries to catch hint. John- son may staid still with other fight- ers, but when he "sees the big bear coming for him he'll run so fast he will -burn his shoes. He "probably counts on Jeffries being- out of con- dition, but Jeffries is all right. That's an awful left of Jeffries. When he hit me I thought my ribs were caved in. He finished me in the tenth round with, the same punch and I was sore around the stomach for months." "Corbett says he thought Xetchell had a good chance with Johnson. STANDING OF THE BASEBALL .LEAGUES. Eastern. J.Jersey City I Newark (Toronto i Providence j Buffalo Montreal Baltimore Rochester W 4 2 2 L 0 i i 2 -3 3 1 1 American. jNew York JDetroit IBoston j Philadelphia Chicago St. Louis i Cleveland Washington National. j Boston j Chicago Cincinnati 'Philadelphia W L 6 3 7 4 5 4 5 4 5 5 5 5 4 7 2 7 W L 5 S 6 4 7 5 4 3 New York.................... 3 4 Brooklyn 3 5 St. 4 8 Northwestern. W L Seattle 7 3 Spokane....................... 7 3 iVencouver 5 4 Tacoma 4. 6 Aberdeen 3 6 Portland 3 7 Pet. 1000 .666 .666 .500 .250 .000 .000 Pet. .666 .636 .556 .556 .500 .500 .564 .222 Pet. .625 .600 .57% j .500.- 1429 .375 .333 Pet, .700 .700 .55S .400 .388 .300 This is by far the cheapest property in the city considering how closely it is situated to the centre. between 200 and 300 lots in this di- vision and every day others are being added >to this list. The greater num- ber of lots have been secured for building purposes. Arrangements are now under way to supply this part of the city with water at an early date. We fully believe that these lots will double in value within a year. Price to Each One-Fourth cash, Balance Easy SKETCH AND TILLEY Odd: :IIow. Block Phone 197 v Cor. Dufferin and Round Sts. Here a atyliah collar One of our many new in and perfect in as the R1ALTO tncbM at buck, MM! inchta in front. ETHBRIDGE WILL BE REPRESENTED A special meeting of the executive f the Lethbri-dge City Football Lea- Tie" was held last hiffht to discuss hat' action should be taken on a tter received1 from J. Riley, of algary; secretary proteni -of eria" Football A'ssociatlon, with re- rence to a convention to be held at ed Deer on Friday, April 30, at 3 m.. the object of the convention be- ng to organize a Provincial Football ssociation for Alberta. It was nanimously decided to appoint Dr. A. Ings of Calgary as the proxy elegate for Xethbridge City. All otba.ll enthusiasts can rest assured hat with this' the btball interests in general and of! etKbridge in particular are in safe j izatioxi taking in the whole province, ing; --All obstacles appear now to-be re- This convention evidently predicts moved and success is certain. -It sis new epoch in Alberta football. be hoped that the clubs alf over seasons the province has (the province will be represented in ever been, able to form any organ- 'some way at this convention. Made In Quaxtor Sinav your dealer to show you some of our MW is sure to be one that will juat hit your idea of ttyie. Brand. 20c. tmco, 5 for 50c. EUt Brand, 2 for 25c. Berlin. from ssers we have created an entirely new style in 3 button Sack Suits. Not only are lapels, pockets and cuffs different from former are, also. We went abroad for the Tweeds and got the best in England, Scotland and Ireland. McKELVIE ScMcGUIRE Sole AfcnH for ;