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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 6 The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Tuesday, February LYCEUM THEATRE TO THE STODDART PLAYERS AND UNDER THE AUSPICES OF Lethbridge Lodge No. 2 Knights I Pythias The dramatization of the grand old story on which the great order (Knights of Pythias) was lounded, now having over members on this continent" Prices 25c, SDc, fie, Curtain Rises Promptly at 8 p.m. l SPORTS MACLEOD BEAT PINCHER CREEK Pincher Creek, Jan. second of intermediate hockey matches to be played in Pincher Creek took place a. ...e rink tonight between the Macleod and local teams. The visit- ars had two of the senior team in their line up but the Pincher Creek puck chasers weat valiantly into the struggle. From a spectator's point of view the game v.-as both a good and lively one all through. The result, however, was disappointing to the sup- potters of tlu> home team, the score at the finish of the u.ame being 5 youls to three in favor of Macleod. J.Mr. McCarthy of Pinoher Creek made I an impartial referee, The attendance j was much smaller than is customary on account of the moving picture j show taking place the same evening in the opera house. TAKE NOTICE Don't overlook the .baseball meeting at Wallace's Cigar Store tomorrow night at 8 o'clock. Business of import- ance concerning this year's professional team will be up for discussion. Everyone is invited to attend. BASEBALL RULES UNDERGO CHANGES Important Alterations Made at ...-M- ing of the Joint Committee ttsburg, Jan. joint rules committee of the American and Na- tional leagues closed its session h--re today before midnight after having worked for more than 14 There are quite a few ol importance, for instance: Each cap- tain must hereafter deliver his bat- ting order to the umpire at the home plate. A batter may not jump fron. ione side, of the hatters' box to the side as the pitcher is ready to pitch. When a ball passes a fielder and hits the umpire, who is on foul ground, the base runner may take as many bases as he can. Previously the runner was allowed but one base. When a fielder hereafter shall throw his glove or mask at a batted ball breaking it, the batter shall be allow- ed three bases instead of a single base he has been allowed heretofore. Keep Quiet on Bench III order to stop yelling and inter- ference of the players' bench the um- pire is instructed to fine each i ing player for each offence. In tne second, the entire bench of sub- stitutes can be sent to the club house, the captain being permitted to call them out as they are needed. Just Plain Errors The term wild pitch and passed bail have been eliminated from base- ball. Hereafter they will be put down as plain errors. In running down a player between the bases the man getting the put out shall also get an assist, in case he shall have made a pass with the ball in play. Hereafter when first and second bases are occupied the umpire behind v-e piate shall, when the ball is hit fair, run to third base and judge the play at that point while the field um- pire will remain at first to take tne play there. ...JRPHY DOESN'T JOHNSON'S CHARGES Chicago. Jan. Charles W. Murphy, president of the Cubs, alters his attitude toward the changes being wrought in the playing rules j at present, there are likely to he dif- ferences between the American and National leagues. Murphy announces that he will niiver vote for any changes in the rules- as they were advocated by President Johnson of the American league. FOUGHT A FAST DRAW San Francisco, Jan. Johnny Thompson of Illinois and Young Tommy .McCarthy of San Fran- cisco, fought twenty furious rounds to a draw here last night. The fight was one of the fastest lightweight battles fousht. on the coast In years. Each man secured a knockdown. O'BRIEN AND WOLCOTT HAVE SIGN_D Toronto. Jan. Jack o Brien. claimant of'the world's wel-; ter weight championship, and Joe j the Barbadoes demon, were signed this afternoon. Jack Johnson arranging the bout. HOUSE TORONTO'S KAVOR1TE HOTEL Adjoins Union Station. Cars to all parts pass doors. Spacious rooms, remodelled and handsomely furnish- ed. The cuisine Ss unsurpassed. Amer- ican and European p4an. GEO. WRIGHT MACK CARROLL Late of THE CASH STORE MACLEOD BROS. The Great Clothiers of the Great West 35 P.C. Off HatS have just received six cases comprising 35 of Soft and Stiff Hats for1 Men in all (he very newest shades and styles for sprino-. I O This .shipment was scut to us by one of the largest Hat Companies in Canada and every hat in the entire lot is guaranteed to give pet-feet satisfaction. We were able to buy the lot at 60 cents on the dollar by paying cash. we arc willing to give you the benefit of this bargain and for tills week only we are them at 3.3 PER CENT. OFF the regular selling price. PRICES Regular 2.50 for 1.65 Regular 3.00 for 1.95 Regular 3.50 for 2.25 MEN'S CLOTHING We now have over SCO new Spring and Summer Suits for men, open for inspection, includ- ing Worsted Suits and Blue and Black Serges. In shade and style the Wor- sted Suits are more beautiful than we have ever known them before. Little wonder that the season has brought such a de- mand for Worsteds. They are the most serviceable of all fab- rics used In clothing, and hold their shape and color through the hardest service. We are showing a remarkable variety at ranging from to GOING AT COST As the season is now getting late for selling fur's we have decided to sell the balance of our fur and fur-lined coats at cost. We still have a large variety to choose from, and if you have use for one of these coats we can save you from to 135.00 by buying now. Remember furs arc going up in value all the time. At the, prices we are now quoting you will positively never again have the chance to buy as cheap as they are now being offered. I We have a large range of Small Boy's Buster Brown Suits in blue, grey and brown mixed tweeds, to sell ;if and Also a beautiful line of Boys' Spring reefers tuid light overcoats in as- sorted patterns to sell at and ;