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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, FRIDAY, JUNE IS, 1909. Your Reflection It isn't enough, now- adays, to be all right. You have got to lookall right, because the biggest part of becoming a success is to make people think you are all right. What is your reflec- tion in the world's mirror well dressed, successful man, or a shabby failure Show that you think enough of yourself to look your best at all times. Back up your good character by wear- ing good like 'TrogressBrand" Clothing S-.PO AND AMUSEMENTS 34 CSGAMFBEU Tailored and Guaranteell by H. Vinebsrg Co. Limited, Montreal Sold with Guarantee by McKCLVIE McGUIRE PEOPLE'S SHIELD DATES AKE NOW SET; Indian Palmist Indian Princess Dahudemih. the marvellous Indian palmist and phrenologist, is educated, and has made a life study of scientific palmistry. Consult her on nil matters of Importance, whether business, health, or heart affairs. Visit her and be convinced. She knows her business. Room 20. New Hill Block, known as the; British Rooming House. Hours: 10 a.m. to 9p.m. BOYS' CLTJB In a five inning- game played on the square last night the Boys' Club 'again defeated the North Ward taam by a score of The winning j team lined up as follows A. Stew- art c. F, Geyer p, J. Livingston Ib, V. Redmond 2b. A. Fiske 3b. C. Peck ss, S. Hopkins If, E. Peck cf, and A. i Humphries, rf. LYCEUM THEATRE Dawson May Manager GEO. S. STEARLING, Managing Director, Boston Grand Opera Co In two of the most Famous Masterpieces of World-Wide Fame. MONDAY NIGHT, June 21st, Donizetti's Lucia di Lammermoor An Operatic Dramatization of Sir Walter Scott's famous novel "The Bride of Lammermoor." TUESDAY NIGHT, June 22nd, Gonoud's Immortal Opera "FAUST" MME. JUDITH M. FRANCINI, Prima Donna Soprano Sopranos Miss Lois Paschal, Miss Cora Hayden Tenors Signer Pietro Gherardi, .Mr. Henry E. Olds Contraltos Signora Greca Ricci, Freda Corrison Baritones Signer Achille Alberti, Signer Daniel Canton Bassos Mr. John McDonald, Mr. Guisippe Luick Grand Opern Chorus and Orchestra. Orchestra under the Direction of Roberta E. Frantini. Presented under the artistic Stage Direction of Signor Achille Alberti. PRICES SALE OPENS AT THE BOX OFFICE THURSDAY AT TEN O'CLOCK. CLUB SHOOT The games for the People's competition, the emblem of-the foot-: ball championship of Canada, will take place in Calgary on August 27 and 2S. (This was given out by Dr. Ingrs. who stated that he has; been, in communication with the other trustees, and these dates have been decided upon. The committee appointed by the trustees to look after the competi- tion this vtar are Commissioner BREAKING A RECORD ;blue of the Now Haven school, clear- Boston, June won ed the bar at 12 feet inches, the intercollegiate meet, but it was a 'breaking the record made by Walter Yale man who pulled off the last year. How closely Camp- sensational performance. In the pole bell shaved the bar is shown in the vault, C. S. Campbell, wearing the .accompanying photograph. The results of the Gun Club' skoot were as follows Livingstone IS, An- derson 16, McNabb 12, Stafford 12, Johnson 12, Cunningham 9, Pilling 9, McKe-nzie 9, Macbeth S, Withers S. Storer 3, Kerr 6, Xourse 6, Agnew 5, Jett 4. FIG PILLS Kestore Failing Energy .They make well and healthy the diseased liver and kidneys, making them perform their functions. this, they purify your blood and make the run-down ailing onoa fec-1 like new again. Try a cent? and see how quickly you For sale by Alborta Dni2 Co." Dr. MacKae, Rev. Mr. Hog- ;bin and .Dr. Ings. Dr. Ings expects several visiting teams to take part in. the competition. He has had the assurance that Winnipeg may send out the champions of their league. The coast league will also send their host team. This year the coast teams have considerably strengthened their clubs compared .wit-h last sea- son and whichever club represents Hiat league will be sure to have a team that will have to be reckoned with. JThe iron treat C. P. R.'s have also sent in their challenge. This team is now the strongest and best club in Montreal, being composed of Scotch- men and Englishmen who well up in the game in the old country. West- mounts of Montreal have for a long time been considered the champions in that city, but this season the C-. P. R. club have them all beaten. WILL. OFFICIATE AT THE MINTO CUP GA3IGS Montreal, June Edward Clouston has named Al. 0'Con.ncll, of Montreal, and "Lionel Yorke, of Vancouver, as officials in the Tecum- ssh-Xew Westminster Minto games. CANADIAN RAILWAY Excursion Rates SEATTLE To New Westminister. Vancouver. Victoria 'and Seattle. LIMIT 60 DAYS Tickets on sale daily. May 29th to-Sept. 30th.... Stopover Privileges-. For farther parti-eis lars apply to S. B. MITCHELL. Agent, Lethbridge J. E. PROCTOR, D. P. A., Calgary fcr- YESTERDAY'S RACES There was a fair crowd at the Agricultural grounds yesterday after- noon to witness the program of races that had been arranged. The match- ed race between McKenzie's Tom B and Powell's I Don't Know was an easy thing for the latter. Distance, half-mile. Purse time 53 sec. The 2.20 pace or trot, mile heats, was a close contest, being finally won by Clyde Wells. Best time 1.12. Clyde Wells 121 Pathfinder.............................. 312: Gaiety Girl 233 The matched race between O'Day and Ballv Moore did not come off. You get for your money His Shoes are bought right and sold right. Get your nest pair there f. The Sboeman Beside Bentley's Dominion Day Celebration JULY 1st, I9O9 BASEBALL-Tater vs. lethhridge Imateups LACRO S S E--Taber vs. Lethhridge Big Roping Contest Excursion Train from Lethbridge THE SALIVATED BAIX What has become Of- the crusade against the spit ball ?Last souson. and during the past -winter all of legislation was threatened against the moistened delivery, yet the ques- tion 01 whether it should be elimin- ated or not was never taken by rules committee. The fact is that one does not see as much ol the spit hall as one did when this queer shoot .was first dis- covered. It is. used more now than it was a few years ago, but the pitchers have grown more expert in preparing the ball for this particular delivery. The discovery has been made that it is-not necessary to o through any repulsivg preliminary movements. The ball will tnke that deceptive down- ward shoot if the two forefingers are but slightly moistened. Hence it is that when a spit ball is used nowa- days it is done so unostentatiously that only an expert can detect the BOSTON GRAND OPERA COMPANY WILL PRESENT "FAUST" KOLLINS KLIFTON Two More Nights Only at the Eureka (preparatory work This has another advantage, for i tke ball is not soaked in spots when it the fielders, and wild throws are not nearly as likely to i result. With the nauseating feature I of this shelved, there is not i likely to bo another crusade against i its use. which means that some of i the pitchers who owe their reputa- I tion in baseball to the may rest easy for a time at least. On the second night of the Boston Grand Opera Company's "engagement 'in ond's immortal "Faust" will be pre- sented. Lust week this company sang "Faust" in Calgary and the following notice is from the able critic of the "Herald." "Faust" Superbly Presented Another enthusiastic and highly ap- preciative audience witnessed the presentation last- night at the Lyric of "Faust" by the Boston Grand Op- era. Company. Signor Gherardi's splen did tenor voice was heard to advan- tage in the title roll. Marguerite was sung by Miss Lois Paschall. a young California soprano. Her rendition of the "Jewel Song" in the third act was indeed a rare musical treat. Signor Valentine was magnificently- acted and the musical tones of his deep resonant- baritone voice proved him an artist of exceptional ability. The silbel of Signora Greca Ricci was picturesque and the singing of the "Flower Song" in the third act prov- ed highly enjoyable to the large aud- ience. John MacDonald as Mephisto easily predominated through the en- tire opera, his bass voice being heard to greater advantage than in "II Tro- Ycm can buy the best imported CIGARS AND TOBACCOS And enjoy a smoke, and at the same time enjoy a game BILLIARDS OR POOL _________ UPTON'S POOL ROOM Basement Oliver Block THE FAMOUf CORNELL UNIVERSITY TEAM CAUGHT IN ACTION Mr. Gordon Hamilton's Wag- j ing in its influence, and the presen- ner and Miss Cora Hayden's Martha j tation here of these master works were both well liked. The engage-1 should be fully, appreciated by our ment of this organization here not leading citizens. only promises to be remarkably j successful as well as educational to j -xiie Canadian canal at Sault Ste. all music lovers. Grand opera in it-1 Marie, Ont., will in operatiou self is uplifting, refining- and elevat-, S0me time next week. 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 ji we guarantee every thread of the cloth and gg FIT- every stitch of the tailoring. Ntw doable BteMted Styles, McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Agents for Lethbacfafe ;