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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 30, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LITHBHIDOI, ALilRTA, FRIDAY, APRIL 10, IMt. CITY FOOTBALL LEAGUE A meeting oi the executive of tho Lethbridge City Footbal, League was hekl Thursday night at 8 p.m. in the office oi the Western Plumbing Co. Two delegates from each of the four clubs were present and 'considerable businoits was transacted. After the reading and adoption of the minutes of the previous meeting it was decid- ed to accept with thanks the wishes of W. A. Buchanan, M.P.P., in re- gard to the Buchanan Trophy which he offers for the championship of the Lethbridge City Football .League for yearly competition, and any team winning it three years in succession to have permanent possession of it. It was also decided to accept with thanks the offer of a -trophy from Mr. R. A. Wright to ctllwi the Wright Charily Shioki, to be played for on the knockout principle and to become tho property of the club win- ning it Ihi'w years in succession, and the proceeds of the games in this competition to go to a fund for th'.' endowment ot a bed in the Gait Hos- pital for tho use of amateur athletes. A resolution was pussod thanking W. C. Ives for his acceptance of the position of Honorary President of the Lethbridge City Football .League and-also for his donation of uvc dol- lars to the funds of the league. It was also decided to acceut the letter received by the secretary of the now defunct Hangers from the secre- tary of tue Caledonians of Calgary, and that arrangements be completed for a game in Lethbridge on May 24 between the Caledonians of Calgary and the Lethbridge City team. Plans were discussed whereby the best pos- sible team con be picked to uphold the honor of .Lethbridge City on the Queen's birthday, and defeat the fa- mous Caledonians if possible. The Athletic grounds were secured for the game and Messrs. Tuck well. Fair- Blue Serge Suits We want to emphasize the fact, right at the start, that these Suits have no equals in Canada at the price. We guarantee the color just as we guarantee every thread of the cloth and New double Brewted Stylet, every stitch of the tailoring. 20 brother, Hall and Wwlley appointed as a finance committee for the gtuie on the 24th and to solicit subscrip- tions for guarantee fund needed to secure the coming of the. Caledon- ians. The reporf of the cousutution com- ir.ittoe was laid ovoi- to another meeting, awaiting developments from tho Provincial Association. Tho report of the schedule commit- tee was adopted and the secretary- treasurer was empowered to procure supplies needed for his work. The secretary-treasurer reported the open- ing of a current account in the Union Bonk and he was given full power to sign all cheques on that account on behalf- of the league. The secretary was instructed to procure uniform blanks for the sign- ing on of all the players for the clubs of the city league. Football in Lethbridge as receiving a big impetus. Two valuable shields are up as trophies for competition among the four clubs entered in the league, and Lethbridge City his the grit to stand up against Lhe ex- pert Caledonians of Calgary. The boys, even if kickers, are determined to boost Lethbridge to victory. The league will be pleased to re- ceive any more cheques from persons wishing to become patrons of the ity league. All cheques should be addressed to F. H. F. McKd trick, the ecretary-treasurer, Box Leth- bridge. Boost the city league who will boost Lethbridge. CHRONICLES Manager Corrigan, of tho Leth- bridge professional ball team, writes from Minneapolis, Kuyiag that tho bunch he is getting together is prov- ing very promising and he has uo fear'of their ability to give a good account of themselves. Shabby Clothes Mean Shabby Work SCHEDULE McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Agents for Lethbadjae. For City Football League Cham- pionship Buchanan Trophy Tuesday, May vs. S. O. E. Thursday; May Leaf v.s. A. O. F. Tuesday, May vs. Maple Leaf. Thursday, May O. E. vs. A. O. F. Tuesday, June O. E. vs. [Maple Leaf. j Thursday, June vs. !A. o. F. I Tuesday, June O. E. vs. -I Caledonian. Thursday, June 0. F. vs. 'Maple Leaf. July Leaf vs. Caledonian. Thursday, July- 0. F. vs. S. O. E. Friday, July Leaf vs. S. O. E. Tuesday, July 6. F. vs. Caledonian. The schedule for the Wright Char- ity Shield will be arranged later. i i Winnipeg has secured a fast, husky j (her in Jerry Edmunds, of Tor on-' t ".-2 lad of 21 years weighing LSO, and nearly six feet in iieight, he vvill in ti.'I probability be recognized as u. stur in his position throughout ibo Western Canada League. He us pltyed with Ike Owens and Jimmy Archer, of Chicago. 'White-.Sox an.- Chicago Cubs, when those two cat ;o- ers played in the amateur ranks in Toronto. Jerry is fast following in their footsteps. There is a possibility of two ama- teur ball teams in the city this sea- son. The Y. M. C. will likely put a teau> in the field, 'also the Press Club if the Lyceum nine that has been talked of does not come through. There is a great deal more talent in the city lor the teams than last year 'and the teams could.--be up- on. As in.everything-.else, Edmonton is even after Calgary's scalp in base- ball. The way the Edlllonton Bulle- tin, gets after Crist and his White Sox for allowing the amateurs to pull off an break last Saturday is simply crude. With two. the eighth inning of the game at Cincinnati yesterday. the Cubs broke loose and gave one of the grandest exhibitions of hitting, running and inside playing ever seen. Before the fierce assault upon Ragon ended, live corking hits, coupled with brilliant base running, ha-d yielded four ruiife, and the game was safe. In.spite of Griffith's desperate coun- ter attack, which caused .him to throw 14r men into the game, the Cubs held steady and won, 6 to 2, shoving the JReds back and moving up in the race. 000GHESS I Alf.; Shrubb and-Longboat will run at 15 miles at Montreal on May 8, and not in Powers' Derby on that is said; Longboat St. Catharines for the purpose of taking the baths and resting previous' to going into training for his rac6 with Shrubb at Montreal May 8. When asked what he thought: of the chance of winning the race, Xongbpat replied he was confident and claimed that he will be in. perfect condition. He pointed out that he had done 15 miles in 1.24. Go into any of the big offices. Pick out a hundred men. Separate the shabby from the well dressed. And you'll find the un- reliable men, the careless men, the men-at-the-bottom, are shabby men. Shabby clothes seem to breed a shabby mind, just as bad thoughts breed bad habits. It's the clothes we wear every day, that influence our lives, just as it is the things we do every day that make us what we are. A frock coat and an hour in churdh on Sunday, won't equalize six days of shabbiness and dishonesty. Dress your body and you dress your mind. "Progress Brand" Clothing is an incentive to good work. "Progress Brand" Clothing helps a man to be successful because it makes him look successful. Take the first step towards bettering yourself by wearing the best clothing Progress Brand" Gothi Taihred and Guaranteed by H. VIHEBER3 A CO., LIMITED, Montreal. Sold with a Guarantee by 40 McKelvie McGuire whereas Shrubb's time on Saturday i America next month, ready to meet j He boxed three rounds was onlv 1.26. j anyone in his class. has can-i Moore at the. National Club1 I celled his music- hall engagements and liminary .to the. Moir-Hag Jem Diiscoll. the undefeated JEng- will 'rest a few weeks at his home Britons class Jem as tl lish featherweight, will return to Cardiff before returning to the States.' est fighter ever seen on "that ai Come Early and Bring the Family Stop! Look! Listen! THE PRICES! Its the J. Brown Co. Selling out their Entire Stock of Dry Goods, ing, Boots and Shoes Are slashing and cutting the J. Go's, stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Ladies and Gents Furnishings, Boots and Shoes. This is unquestionably the greatest clearing out sale ever inaugurated in Alberta. It is undoubtedly without parallel in the variety of the biargains offered to thie cash buying public Already the fixtures have been sold, the store leased, every dollar's worth of goods must go and go at once. Underwear, Clothing, Dress Goods, Furnishings, Neckwear, Boots and Shoes, Hard and Soft Hats, Gloves, Etc. Nothing is reserved everything is reduced in price for quick clearance. Clearance is opportunity and is knocking at your door and tremendous savings await your welcome JUST THINK OF IT 300 yds. Jap Silk- Toe............. -All shades and widths tip to 400 200 Pr. Flannettetto white and grey, :10-4 the size; the price ...............-----050 Yds, TtffeU shades, all. widths, :iip to 25c: the yard ,10c Yds. Best English colors, up to 16c....................................110 Yds. Flannellette, l-5c to 18c the yard..Hc Ladles Summer and short sleeves, .drawers to match, 40c and 50c values: the gar- .25C Dress goods at and below cost Is the manner of exit MEN ATTENTION! 190 Men's New Spring tweeds, serges, single and double breasted; different styles and patterns, up to Your choice Men's H. B. K. Big sewed, good all sizes. for..............85c Men's White manufacture; all sizes; worth New goods arriving dall and are thrown out at exactly cost price. Make haste; it will pay you. Its The Evely-Ford Sales Co. Selling Out Remember The Stock Must Go The Evely-Ford Prices Is the .Manner of Exit THE CD'S. Store Open Until 9 p. m. ENTIRE STOCK Shop in the Morning and Avoid the Evening Make Haste! Bring a Well-filled purse and be convinced of the worth of this sale ;