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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Lethbridge Daily Herald. Thursday, February THE CASH STORE Alberta Block Round Street MACLEOD BROS. It's The Talk of The Town What do you know about the Spring Hats that MacLeod Bros, are showing in their north window. It hardly seems possible that you can buy a first-class soft or stiff hat in the latest Spring shade and style for or or if you wish something above the average, for quality go as high as but it's a fact and shrewd buying accounts for it. By being thoroughly acquainted with every line of the business, and knowing where the best values can be bought is just the reason why you can save from 85c to on eveiy hat you purchase from us. Call and see them even if you do not wish to purchase. >7 The 35 per cent, discount renders the prices thus: Regular 2.50 for Regular 3.00 for Regular 3.50 for ONDERWEAR We have a large range of qualities sufficiently sized in Stanfield's Famous Woollen Undergarments, also an as- sortment of cheaper woollen underwear together with a line of fleeced lined that we are anxious to sell, and in or- der to do so we are offering remarkably low prices on any of these lines. If you are in need of any of this class of goods here is a chance for you to credit yourself with a dollar or more. You know the old saying, 'Every little bit .helps." Men's Suits and Top Coats Xow is the time to pick out that new suit and overcoat, when the goods are just newly opened up. We are showing something entirely new this season, both in style and pat- tern. You arc invited to call in and inspect this stock and remember, it-is always a pleasure to show you something that we know will interest you. Every Garment The kind that will hold its shape AND NOT SAG Lethbridge Strong For Professional Baseball Rousing Meeting Held Last Night New Members On Director- ate DRAWING CONTEST The land drawing contest is a scheme lately put forward by the di- rectorate to the club financial aid. hav< been secured in Leth- and a number of the neighbor- ing towns for which i tickets are being sold at oach. come forward and -donated the free use-of the ball grounds to the club for the coming season which will save considerable, expense. A PAID SEC.-TREAS It was decided to merge the offices There are twenW fc lots in all divided into pairs, each arm trm a CaPable Pers0n who representing a number and the holders devote the time necessary to fill the of the lucky numbers, which are to office thoroughly and receive a salary Last evening in the parlors of Wal- lace's Cigar Store the most enthus- iastic baseball meeting Lethbridge has ever seen was lieW. The meet- ing was called for the purpose of re- organizing the club directorate for this year. Not only because a large number of the followers ol the game were present was the club assured of success but the enthusiasm displayed was of a nature which bore ample ev- idence of the stroag feeling for the continuation of professional baseball be drawn for will receive some very valuable property., A number ot those present bought from twenty-five to a hundred tickets, MR'. ECKSTORM A FAVORITE Mr. Hatch, as the Lethbridge repre- sentative at the last league meeting, reported that Mr. C. J. Eckstorm j unanimously elected as the new president of the Western Canada League. His integrity and knowledge of baseball are well known all over the circuit. LOCAL MAN LEAGUE SEC- -HETARY President Kevin announced that it here. A general discussion, took place on the subject of finances for tie club's support this year and the clear- ing oS of last year's indebtedness, which was found to be in the neighbor hood of Tfce land drawing contest was unanimously commended as a sound and sufficient method for putting the club on a eood financial basis if it receive the support of the public that it deserves. was altogether probable that Mr. B. Hatch would be appointed new sec- retary-treasurer of the league with the retiring of Mr. Lamb. He also stated that on good authority he was ready to believe that Medicine Hat would'-drop out and that Saskatoon would be given their franchise in the league. GROUNDS FREE Mr. Eckstorm has again graciously for the duties devolving upon the po- sitioa. i THE NEW DIRECTORATE The election of officers and members of the board of directors resulted in T. D. Kevin being unanimously made president; R. W. Wallace, vice-presi- dent; John Taylor, secretary pro tern; D. Elton, W. R. Dobbin, H. Ni cholson, F. Sick, H. J. Skeith. W Murray, directors. Benton Hatch was elected Leth bridge delegate to the league boar of control. MEETING NEXT FRIDAY Immediately after the adjournmen of the meeting the new directorate met for a short discussion on aGairs of the club. It was decided to hold another meeting of the board next Friday evening when the selection of a manager will come up. CHESTY AS MANAGER It is generally supposed however that Chesty Cor will be asked "to handle the reins of the Lethbridge Griffith Theatre I team. BIG THING FOR JEFFRIES according to Eraser, will be James J. orbett, Stanley Ketchell, probably Battling Nelson, Sam Berger, Frank otch, Dr. D. F. Rotter and, 'Farm- er" Burns, or some man of similar ability. Chicago, Feb. a lump j sum of for his share, for a salary of per week with 50 per cent, of the profits above that amount, James J. Jeffries will start on a ten months' tour of the world at the head of an athletic show on July 8, pro- I viding he regains the title of world's heavyweight champion in his meeting with Jack Johnson on July 4. This announcement was made last night by H. H. Fraser, who is pro I moting the present tour of Jeffries. MONDAY FEB.7TH Great- "DAMON AND PYTHIAS" The production of Damon and Py- thias at the Lyceum last niglit was most decided success and fully ex- ceeded the expectations of the lovers of the drama. The play was admir- ably staged and the heavy emotional scenes lost none- of their force an beauty at the hands of the Stoddart players. W. L. Stewart as Pythias and W. Moriarity as Damon, the two principal figures in the play, showed a true interpretation of those historic Accompanying Jeffries on the trip characters. MABEL SUMMERS With the Summer's Stock Co. at the Lyceum Next Week THE SUMMERS STOCK COMPANY The citizens of Lethbridge will no doubt be pleased to learn that the Summers Stock Company, supporting Miss Belie Stevenson, will be at the Lyceum for the two weeks commenc- ing Monday, Feb. 7. This organiza- tion is one of exceptional merit, being in existence for a period of over four- teen years, and has always, been re- cognized as the premier stock com- pany. rihe plays produced are not of the usual repertoire order, every piece t_at is produced being a play of re- cognized merit. The company comes to us almost directly from a run of fourteen consecutive weeks in Hamil- ton, Ont., where the popularity of this ever excellent aggregation is fully ap- preciated by the, citizens. Among the plays included in the list presented are such excellent pieces as The Lion and the Mouse: The Great Divide; I The Witching Hour; Brown's in Town JN'iobe; The Middleman; The Profes- sor's Love Story, and several other well known Xey York successes, of which The Great Divide has been se- jlected as the opening bill of the en- Igagement here. The above company Icnange tbeir play every night, also !a complete change of vaudeville be- i tween acts every night. I r- Assisted By- ncert Miss ELEXORE GIBSON j With "The Little Minister" at Griffith Theatre Next 1 QjjKey'' Monday Nialit THE CASH STORE MACLEOD BROTHERS The Great Clothiers of The Great West "THE LITTLE MINISTER" ity business wherever produced. From J. M. Karrie. the noted novelist and i Mr- Barde received twenty per cent, of the gross receipts wlien- ever, or how often played. The production of this Scottish play by the Jeanne Russell company eel his A. M. degree. He is today a standard of excellence, highest paid dramatic author in the equipped with special scen- world. Among all his numerous and the of lhe new els and plays "The Little Minister" theatrc stands pre-eminent. One would the nrodnction. Invalid" play writer, was born in Kirrimwr, Scotland, thence to Edinburgh Univer-; slry, where lie graduated in arts and later at Cambridge University, receiv- i that his early associations In his boy- hood ciays in Kirrimulr had much to do with the weaving of this beautiful romance. Realism adds charm to the story as each character in the play drawn from real wife, and the entire theme founded on actual incidents, the spice of humor enhancing it in every way. This quaint picture of Scottish life and character has created a great sen- sation all over the English speaking I j world. H was the rage of London for I1 many seasons, and is good for capac- Associated with them for this en-; gagement is George Neil, the peerless i Scottish tenor and tbe famous Bal- moral concert company. "The Little Minister" will be the A. pure, light vintage Wine shipped from Uporto. A valuable Natural Tonic for Infincnza and conval- after illness. A delicious Wine for after- d inner use. opening play on Monday. Feb. 7. when j Avoid Ciioap Substitutes by ahravs "'lf for "INVALID" PORT they should meet with all the success j that such a piny and company war-! rants. j That the theatre going public of Lethbridge are not slow to grasp an opportunity of This kind is evident by j the demand for seats on sale at the i THE PAGNUELO WINE SPIRIT Of all First-class Wine Merchants. Red Cross Drug and Book Co. CO., LETHBRIDGE AGENTS ;