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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta srx ilHe. Lcthbridgk Daily Herald. Tuesday, March Suit of Fancy Imported Worsteds, 3 button sack coat made in most up-to-date style Suit of Fancy Tweed in 2 or 3 button Sack Style, Finest of Hand Tailored rarment for Suit of Hard Finished Serge in Dark Blue or Black in single or double breasted At this store we do not put on an additional charge for style and excliLsivcncss; YOU PAY FOB QUALITY ONLY! It costs you nothing; to take advantage of our facilities lor securing the latest and most up to date styles in Men's Apparel. Here we make mention of some of our medium priced Spring' Suits and Overcoats. Medium Weight Under- wear for Spring We now have a full range of all weights of wool and silk and wool underwear tor Spring wear. The "Health Brand" for The "Robin Hood" for The "Sovereign" pure wool for "Stanfield's" silk and wool for Worthy Values in Spring Sox Black cashmere Llama wool...........35c Black cashmere spliced heel and toe.....25c Black silk lisle, 4 thread ............25c Black lisle thread, special.....2 pair ior 35e Black Lisle, linen sole .___...........35c M Black cotton, extra heavy v........___15c Overcoat of dark grey in three quarter length style, with silk lapels for Overcoat of striped Crav- enette, Guaranteed Water- proof, all sizes for .VrfX VA w Overcoat in Fancy Pat- terns in a splendid quality Cravenette. Made in the "Presto" style for Working and Dress Gloves for Men DENT'S AND PERRIN'S MAKE Tan dog; skin driving glove Tan Kid Cadet glove for.....___... Tan Kid dress glove for.........-.'.. Grey Undressed mocha for........'.'. THE BIG 4 GLOVES gauntlet for Horsehide with gauntlet, fireproof Mocha horse, with gauntlet, fireproof Alberta Block THE CASH STORE Round Street The Great Clothiers of the Great West Boy's Spring Suits and Overcoats We have a large var- iety of Spring Overcoats, for Boys in sizes from 4 to 14 years, to sell from to Boy's blue serge 2-piece suits for Boy's Fancy Tweed 2-piece suits for Boy's blue serge 3-piece suits for Nor- folk styles for SPOKANE IS HOT FOR BOWLING; Spokane, Wash., March also that ample funds will be avail- is a contender for the 1911 Western! able to provide entertainment for the Congress, and will send two officials and visitors Bowlin crack teams to -the tournament at is decided to have in the event itj the tourney BRIEF BREEZY Stanley Ketchel has wired the pro- 1 knowing what -sort of San Francisco, the latter part of this j Spokane -the coining year. There j meters of the Klaus-Ketchell bout at champion pugilist will month, the expense being borne by are twenty-one bowling leagues in I Pittsburg, scheduled -for March 10, this city, and the ofu'cers claim that' t.tat lie.can not possibly get in shape 1 the ancient sport has more followers! to meet Klaus by March 10, and says residents of the city. The local Jeagues are picking players to re- present the "Power City" -teams and Jin Spokane than has any city of regards Klaus as so dangerous an it is expected -that Spokane will have class on the continent. Among j opponent that he does nc-t' care to the support of many cities in the Pac- the players are mining and lumber take chances. Hie northwest. J. B. Johnson, head of the 'Frisco club, says that the fund men, merchants, bankers, bonanza! wheat ranchers, professional men, for the two -teams will be over-sub- clerks, newspaper writers and labor- scribed in less than a week, adding ling men. DR. ROLLER MET ATTACK OF BRUTAL FIEND IN HIS OWN STYLE AND WON Free-for-AII Fight Imminent When French Wrestler Tries Hair Pullinn. Denver, Marh de Rouen, the French heavy weight wrestling cbampion, who in Chicago of gained the reputation being the roughest wrestler -that ever stepped on a mat, upheld his reputation, here in his match with Dr. B. F. Roller, of Sea- ttle. Roller was given the match after they 'had been wrestling, or, rather fighting for' fifteen inintues for the second fall. Roller won the first fall in 36 minutes 32 seconds. Both indulged in rough work in the second, Roller slamming the French- man's head around, while the latter used his teeth, nearly pulling the doc- tor's hair out by the roots, and finally was disqualified for repeated use of When'it comes to sev- other things, is a pretty "tough proposition." The pick of 'the Emerald Isle found it so the other day, when the Rugby teams ot jae two countries met in the great international match. It was "Scot- Sand for ever" from start to finish or told rby .points, 14 to 0. Thirty three matches have now been playec by the Rugby teams of the two coun tries, the record being Scotland 24 victories, Ireland G, and 3 draws. people the mixed up with next. To, many people the sur- prising feature of the case is the pos- ibility of such a loss occurring for it generally thought that a champion ugilist always wears his belt just as peer always wears his coronet. It eems hard to part with these pleas- nit illusions. Frank Gotch, king of wrestlers, says he will make his last appear- ance in April. "I'll beat the best men "before I says Gotch, 'but I'm going to quit and go -farming next spring. I would like to see Dr. Roller 'hitch up with Zbysco or Mah- mout, and then I'll meet the -winner. Acoose seems to be a proud, sensi tive brave. He blushed with sham at the thought of returning home fron the east without having met on ere will be desirable loca-jNational LeaBue that there is som-3 supporter of the Creamery Kings. This! tions at a very high figure, the world's series will individual, who seemed well fixed, in I a seat, and while there are some ]bfi next Falt- President Ban; t.his world's was seated near who can afford to pav, that amount, i Joonnson. of the Almonte contingent, and upon the i so they will be much in the minority. whfl amwars to draw t hig aowds that have attended uc games in recent years." the representatives of the American two leagues outlined tentative sched- be wrought up by i-. Kttsburg last month it was were present state of affairs, says he may agreed and papers opening of the second half, when the j There -may be one thousand who score stood o to 0 for the pay 525 a seat, and tllc Ser5es olT- Johnsoon has ex-1 signal that all dates were satisfact- the aforementioned Renfrew support- Mmrded who would subscribe jPressed himself in this manner: j ory. U have been impossible pugilists to acquire the bad habit. The though many thought that either team nc-xt thing one will hear is that they are staying out Jate at night, and as- socinting with bad companions. Ket- chel, the middle weight champion, er -stood up in .his seat, and in son- Leaving out the patrons, it ot OHS tones, announced that he would j would bring something like wager one thousand dollars, security persons in to the arena for the sum for which he produced, that Renfrew o' at the figures estimated, would win. Tiie bei looked good, al- It is very possible that a number of persons can be gathered" for a con- had still a chance, and amongst a'test of such importane, for there is couple of Ottawa sports a hasty dis-; hardly a man who can scrape together cussioon and general pocket search- the price who would not attend. "Club owners never stopped to con- to frame tetter schedules. Messrs. siJer the "-tprests or the baseball fansj SbJietts and Dreyfiiss, the Na- who the world's series thejtional committee, signed the CTowr.iny t-vent of the season. Asjvsenient to the effect that !f ths t-r now stands the schedule was adopted by pions of fl'o two big leagues will it would not be al- bv- able-to ir-eet nntil October 17. The! tcr.ul ing took place. They could not make The great proposition is to build 44444444444444444 seems to be falling into bad ways in j the thousand, however, and the gen-1 or secure a place large enough to this respect. He cannot find his iceman with the coin once more an-i commodate the spectators. I-f 4 Iwelve thousand dollar diamond stud- ded belt, and has called in a lawyer to look it up "for Jum. There is no PHONE NO. 554. T 4 -fi-f-H-tf f H TIIE C. T. ARE UP TO THE MINUTE nounced his stand in the matter.' Again everybody kept quiet, Wan-i The arena built for the Fitzsimmons' nd Corbett fight at Carson City derers hammered on their fourth goal would possibly have seated IS.tfOO had! shortly afterwards, whereupon the i keen packed. Prom the rear seats! same man offered the same bet, viz., fighters looked little larger than! one tiivusftnu at even on Ren-j How they win look if an frew. Xo takers wore in sight. Af-l Pitheatre to seat is erected! ter the game, four men left the only be estimated. Yet it is' three sorry that they did not take to say that if the weather is tine I UPTON'S POOL ROOM BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA BARBER SHOP CIGARS LUNCH COUNTER the bet, and one glad that his bluff i ana there is very little likelihood of I 4 Basement of the Oliver Block 4 4 4 4 4 was not called. kind for once. But the Fates were [its being otherwise on the Fourth iJul y in San Francisco, there will bej M M ;