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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 2, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 0 The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Wednesday, March Rifle Associaton Elected Officers At the secoad annual meeting ot the Letlibridge Rifle Association held last night in the Reading Room at the RNWM P. Barracks the following new'officers were elected Cor the en- suing year: Capt., Sergt, Mewsome; Secretary, C. Gibson; Treasurer, H. A. Me vij lop- Executive Committee, Messrs. Rafton Canning, L.. H. Atcherley, E- A. Carver and J. 0. Wilson; Auditors, U- and Gus. N-eidig. j committee composed of Messrs. N' T Maclcod, R- A. Smith and! Capt.. Mewsome were appoiuuxl tOj draft-up rules of procedure -at rr.cct-i ings and bylaws for ibe government! o'fthe association. The secrelarv was instructed .10} call in all riRes from mciubers_ and, have them delivered to the at the Barracks, vlien- ilu-y will be thoroughly overhauled. Another meeting will be held in tlicj same place on Tuesday night, 15th at 8 p.m., when the committees .will make their reports and much im- portant business .will- be transacted. The''Association- starts oCI ina much better condiiiou, this year than j last and a much more successiul sea- son is anticipated. The finances are verv low, but vrilh the renewal ot subscriptions and membership fees this will soon be overcome. JIM JEFFRIES IS GOING TO LEARN FANCY DANCES. Report Says Bin Fellow Will Take Up Toe Dancing to Improve His Footwork In the Ring- -Oh, say. girls, give it a look! Jaa j. Jeffries is going to learn to dawnce. Yes, really." None of that wa3izing, pina or ordinary line of stuff for Chames Chay. If some one doesn't Hold him back, the big fellow will be putting Maud Allen and Isadore Dun- can out of business. Jeff is going to take up toe dancing, at least that's the report that te go- ing .around. The big scrapper figures toe dancing will': make him fast on his feet and aid him in keeping bal- ance, which is a mighty important prize ring matters. Any time we hear about Jeff pull- ling off' chat spring song dance, we going to be there -with our hair plastered back a la rah rah style. Bet he'll look real cute in those flimsy flowing Grecian gowns. MESSA Notes Bruce Ridpath, Ottawa's right wing Hockey star employed his paddling knowledge to good purpose. He has travelled all over Europe giving ac- quatic exhibitions in the big open air places oi amusement at ?100 per week> Bruce did the a stunt consisting of rolling a canoe over with its occupants in the water. He holds the record for this, doing the trick in 1-4 .seconds. Ridpath says it was funny to see foreign artists trying -to imitate some of his stuff. He hadj twenty odd manoeuvres that made up hjs part of the program. Ridpath will iprobably be called upon to give exhibitions at some local paddling re- sattas this summer. Here's a little dope from the Medi- cine Hat News on the 'baseball situ- ation somewhat (inflat- ed with a special brand of natural gas, its not to bad to reprint 3n part. Thusly: "And so we are to have professional baseball again in the good old sum- mer time. The news will -be wel- come to citizen, and goes far to conclusively the oft-made as- sertion that we have 'here the toest lit- tle sporting town in the that is prepared to come through and deliver the goods at any and at all times. You bet, that's us. While some of the familiar faces associated with the club ia other years were miss ing from Friday evening's organiza- tion meeting, on account of prior en- gagements, yet when the subscription list goes round, they -will be in all right, all right. WILLIE HOPPE GIVES ADVICE TO CUE A TWISTS Don't imitate another's Don't use too long a bridge. Don't fiddle with the cue. Don't stand stiffly at the table. Don't hold wrist rigidly. Don't temper. Don't mix your games. Don't harden yoxrr muscles.. Don't miss fresh air and From the Great Live Wire Sale. Last Chance Bargains are Best of All. HURRY THE TIME GROWS SHORT F01UAVE BARGAINS AND AS A LAST CALL WE AGAIN COME FORWARD WITH AN ARRAY OF BARGAINS, GREATER THAN AT ANY TIME SINCE THE COMMENCE- MENT OF THIS SALE. ARE YOU READY FOR THE GRAND FINAL BARGAIN RUSH? BETTER TAKE NOTICE NOW, LOOK OVER PRICE LIST AS THERE'S SOMETHING THERE FOR EVERY BUYER OF WEARING APPAREL AT PRICES IN SOMl] INSTANCES BELOW COST OF MANUFACTURE. The Me Community Must Now up and Take Notice LIVE WIRE'S LAST PRICE THUMP An Economy Message to You And to every soul living within one hundred miles of Lethbridge. Think what it means to yourself, your family and your pocket-book to buy such real high-class goods at such astonishingly low prices and remember this is your last ami final chance, the sale ends in the date mentioned be- low, then the prices go back to regular. Don't wait, better take advantage now. High Quality and Low Prices o Can you imagine higher qualities and lower prices 1 We guess never in this city's history have greater opportunities been offered. This stock has been known for years as the most trust- worthy and satisfactory in Lethbridge and our motto has always square deal to everybody with satisfaction or your money back. Take this last chance early and supply your present and future needs at a fraction of regular prices. THIS MIGHTY SALE MAR. 5th SPECIAL VALUES IN MEN'S ODD TROUSERS FOR BALANCE OF THE WEEK We have placed in stock this week about 500 pairs of men's Fine Trousers. The as- sortment comprises the newest patterns and styles for Spring 1910. All will be offered at a DISCOUNT OF 20% for balance of this week -only. MEN'S HEAVY TWEED neat stripes, made from good solid cloth; well tailored and has good wearing qual- ities, worth from to ail sizes from 32 to Live Wire price MEN'S HEAVY ALL W06L TROUSERS- Made from good pure wool Hewson tweeds in stripes, checks and overplaids; very nice appearing and excell for good long wear. Worth from to Live Wire will sell them at A SPECIAL IN LADIES' BELTS 10 DOZ. LADIES' from bro "-de anil floral designs of silk and silk- eerT some very pretty solid colors In silk braid designs. These belts were mado to sel! at from 50c to 75c each- Live Wire sale price while they last 19c ea. Or, three for ........................55c LADIES'SUITS SMARTLY TAILORED WALKING Co'ats three quarters fitting. Skirt with graceful narrow lines of latest approved style, made in fancy worsteds, etc. Regu- lar to values- Live Wirs sale price STYLISH TAILORMADE made with extra long reverb, collars and cuffs trimmed with silk. Skirt with pleated sides. Made in herringbone panamas, worsteds and vicunas. Regular values ?30.0U to Live Wire wil close them out at LIVE WIRE WILL SLAUGHTER HALF A CARLOAD OF TRUNKS AND SUIT CASES. HEAVY WATERPROOF CANVAS COVER- ED with hardwood slats and strong steel centre band and knees. Hat till in tray. Brass lock, etc. A v.-c-li made trunk, size 30 inches Live Wire sale as above, 32 inches long- Live Wirs price as above, 34 inches long- Live Wire sale price as above, 36 inches long- Live Wire CANVAS COVERED BRASS TRIMMED, 2 STRAP heavy elm slats. Brass corner clamps and handle caps, strongly bound and strapped, size 30 inches Live Wire price as above, 32 inches Jong- Live Wire LADIES' SKIRTS We have just placed in stock TODAY a large consignment of Ladies' Skirts, sent to us by one of the largest manufacturing establishments in Canada, with instructions to sell at half price and in many instances less than half. There are over one hundred skirts in the lot, all new styles and materials. ONE BIG LOT OF LADIES' FINE SKIRTS principally of all wool pan- amas in black and navy; fancy worsteds m assorted colors. ihese skirts were made to sell at 57.50 to Live Wire will sell the lot at each ANOTHER BIG LOT OF LADIES FINE many novelties in fancy panamas, Henrietta panaraas in black, navy, gunmetal, green and brown. Fancy worsteds In pretty" olive, brown and grey colorings. These skirts were made to sell at to Live Wire sale price, while they last A CHOICE COLLECTION OF FINE WOOL VOILE of these skirts are made from the very expensive striped fancy, ou.ers irom fine dress voile with very close mesh, while others are made trom the heavy winter weight of voile. Color, black only. All made in latest styles with new braiding or silk trimming. Made to sell at 13.50 to Live Wire will sell them YOU'LL HAVE TO HURRY TO GET SOME OF THESE BARGAINS. THEY WONT LAST LONG. MEN'S- SUITS Men's Fancy Worsted from pure all worsteds, in neat pin checks, stripes and overplaids. Good value at At Live Wire Men's Fancy Worsted from fine imported worsteds, lined with good qual- ity mohair serge lining, stylishly cut and well tailored. Worth Price at Live Wire Men's Fine English Worsted teed absolutely all pure wool, and thor- oughly shrunk and tailored in the latest styles. These suits are exceptional values at Live Wire price Men's New Brown, Tan and Olive very handsome assortment of patterns in stripes and checks, sold regularly at Live Wire sells them Men's Extra Quality Olive and Brown Wor- sted suits are among the sea- son's newest and choicest patterns and they are of very high grade. Sold regular- ly at Live ire sells them Men's Superior Quality suits are the newest and choicest patterns in 1910 Spring suits and the quality is of the very best. They are made up just to the "try-on" stage and we finish them to your measure in our own work-shop. Made to retail at from to Price at Live Wire LOOK FOR THE LAST CHANCE LIVE WIRE SPECIALS SOUT H ARD SOUTHARD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE PHONE 355 LIVE WIRE PRICES PUT MONEY IN YOUR POCKET t.fl v-v V v ;