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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Pally Herald. Monday, February 14, LETHBKIDGE, ALTA., FEBRUARY 14, 1910 No. 22 _ Chesty Cox dreaming of winning the 1910 Base Ball Pennant like a BUCKEYE to insure sweet dreams, whether asleep or awake, whether it's a live man or an alderman SPECIALTIES able record Notwithstanding the loss of "Cyclone" Taylor, the crack point, who went -with the millionaires of Renfrew, and Kerr, the dashing for- ward, was incapacitated by injury to his eye, received from a flying puck. was thought that this would put Ottawa out of the running to such an extent that wagers were offered at the start of the season two to one against the team finishing first or second. pTTAWA TRIMMED RENFREW 3 GOALS player Carried Off Ice Unconcious Other Games In the Big League Montreal, Feb. night's hockey matches in the National As- sociation League resulted as follows: At -Montreal: Wanderers 9; Can- auiennes 4. -At Haileybury 12; Shamrocks 6. At Ottawa: Ottawa 8; Renfrew 5. The last named game was the best of the lot. At full time Renfrew had the score tied at 5 to 5: They then decided to play two Sve minute ends, in which Ottawa showed up best, COLEMAN AND MACLEOD MATCHED Coleman, Alta., Feb.' big hockey match of the season on the Crow's Nest line will take place on evening next at Macleod between Coleman and Macleod. Cole- man has won the championship of the league in the west and 'Macleod at the east, and the two teams are to play to determine who are the cham- pions of all champions on the line. Coleman has not sustained a defeat this' season and Macleod also has a very strong team, and in consequence the game is expected to be a hummer. charter a. special train in order that the team may have the support of west end. OTTAWA HOCKEY SEPTETTE REGINA UNDECIDED Regina, Feb. definite decis- ion was arrived at at the meeting of the shareholders of .the Regina pro- fessional baseball club, as to whether or not the coming season see Regina represented in the Western Canada Baseball league. The club is still considerably in the bole as the result of last season with a debt bal- ance of on the books. Against this amount is an item of due on unpaid stock cails, even should this be collected in full, a de- ficit of ?450. With a view to ascertaining the amount of support likely to be given the club in the event of its remaining id the league this coming season, a special committee Tvas appointed that will' make a canvass for this purpose. The" feeling prevails that with a more business like management than characterized the .conduct of affairs last year, and with the cutting out of the Alberta portion of the circuit the club should be able to go through the season and emerge with a bal- ance on the right side of the ledger, and should the canvass to be made, show amount of public enthus- iasm for carrying on the club, Regina HAS CREATED NEW RECORDS. Remarkable Success Due to Scoring powers_They are Not Super- Scientific But ooat Getters. scoring three times, while the Million- aires were unable to get the rubber home. The game was a fine one all the way through and Ottawa shot- putters had several attacks of heart failure. The Shamrocks were holding down ____ Haileybury in good shape until} j defeating the Halleybury team in Broughton, their goal tender, wasLhe final match iast week, the Ot-ithe Frank Ice Wednesday evening in struck in the eye and carried uncon-j xva hockev team broke a record of the best hocke3r Barnes seen scions from the ice. When he return-! Canadian Hockey, viz., ten tliis season- Frank had ed he was not in shape and Hailey-i wlns in tniny days. They also pass-" will certainly be found lined up In the c_ase for the pennant when the ball season opens. FRANK BEAT HOSMER Frank, Alta., Feb. Frank and Hosmer hockey teams met on season. iously beaten Hosmer and the visit- i ors came over for the return match bury ran in six goals in succession. d centurv mark in goal getting. The Wanderers game was well re- havLng in the ten matches to 4 when they played on January 22. Gait held the champions k> a 3 to 1 tally on! December 30, but in every other en-j jgagement the red, white and black] men have put up big scores, It being! interesting to note that in no less comc here for a11 sporting goods if than five matches their defeated wish to standard article a? have come out on the short'rock bottom Prices. We have built up end with four goals. The Ottawa teamlan cnviable reputation for is certainly a magnificent all-scoring j machine. Walsh, Stuart, Ridpath, Shore and Lake ail being isuch as ''oxing gloves, tennis rackets. Walsh and Lake heading the tackle, croquet sets Ttrontv f basket and foot balls, tenni? or twenty-five of golf balls, etc. Have we named j goals have been scored on rebounds, j what you want? Then come and got i Walsh and Stuart being particularly 1L adept in this line, while the cup- _____ J holders are also fortunate in having! two such whirldwinds as Shore and; STAND READY UP-TO-DATE j Lake to come down and tally once in 1 a while. I _ Ottawa has achieved this remark-j SpOfting The Lethbridge Co Macleod Brothers THE GREAT CLOTHIERS OF THE GREAT WEST Alberta Block SPECIAL FEBRUARY SALE By request from our railroad friends and others to continue our sale till the 15th of this month, we have decided to do so MEN'S CLOTHING In the finest quality of material and linings, and everything that could be desired in fitness and style. They are just what the particu- lar dresser likes in order to appear stylish and trim. m Regular value in Fancy Tweeds and Worsteds for. A special line in bine and black serge, regular value" for Extra good value for in strip- ed grey tweed for A brown check worsted, finest make, regular quality for only Something above the average qual- ity in a blue cheviot value for These are chances you can not afford to pass up. Remember we can fit you no matter what trouble you have had before, we have cloth- ing for every shape of man. BOYS' PANTS A full range of sizes in boys3 extra heavy corduroy pants, quality for ;r.... 90c Also 10 doz. boy's knickers in assorted patterns to go at......OOc Men's Fancy Vests Men's Trousers We have placed the balance of our fancy wool and cordu- roy vests on the bargain coun- ter to sell at Half Price There are a large variety, of patterns, in all sizes. Cashmere Socks Finest quality black cashmere socks for men. with" silk spliced heel and toe; the 40c quality for............25c At Greatly Reduced Prices Extra heavy working pants, good value at now.. Splendid line of medium wt. working pants, reg. First class trousers for any occasion, quality, Sat- urday only Men's striped trousers, assort, patterns, worth any time, Saturday only. The Greatest Glove Offer Ever Given We now have 40 doz. men's pig skin working gloves, reg- ular 75c and quality that we will offer at the following: Regular 75c for.........30c Regular with gauntlets .50c Silk Neckwear 25 doz. travellers7 samples in all silk four-in-hand ties, assorted patterns, good val- ue for Boc, Saturday only 3 is I 1; n i 3 i X II r Never Such a Sale Just a Few Left of Shirts Men's negligee shirts, all sizes, regular 61.25 for only Men's negligee shirts, all sizes. Regular 1.50 and upwards for Men's working shirts in extra heavy duck and gala tea, regular Si.00 ...................50c We will continue our hat sale for the bal- ance of this week if the hats hold out. The very latest styles and shapes in spring hats at prices that arc a pleasant sur- prise to everybody. Regular for 35 per cent, off MACLEOD BROTHERS THE CASH STORE Alberta Block Round Street The Great Clothiers of the Great West ;