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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 10 The Lethbridge Daily Herald, 1910. THE BEST SPRING TONIC you can take is a selection from our sporting and athletic goods. With them you can get out in the fresh air and have the time of your life. WITH OUR SPORTING GOODS you turn work into play, exercise into pleasure. .Make it a good long sea- son this year by beginning as early as possible. Corae and get your out fit today so you will be all prepared to enjoy your favorite sport 01 che S. O. E. if any at all A general .meeting of the club will be held at the Barracks on (Monday next at S -p.m. to discuss the advis- ability of putting in -two teams in i the city league, the election of delegates to the city league, and also proposed match with Medicine Hat at Grassy Lake on May 24. 1 U UQ V, I 11U1C (1 L V V i ,i Johnston, Thomas Hall, H. A. McKil- yards they can at once proceed wuh i their practice at 500 yards and thenjloy> C' C' Raven' R E' R' Davis' C' 600 yards, without anv verv great L' SImms' E' C' Woodward. ,av Alex. McCuIloch, A C. Killins, Gus IXeidig, Wm. Watts, Dr. Watson, Wm. lelephonic communication between I Porter, M. Young, K. L, Nickerson, J: p nrvint :ind pxcn hiirr ic ;in. _ the firing point and each butt is an- other desirable (joint, and one that is hoped will be installed, so that if a Irvine, H. H. Johnson. Anyone who paid the Jl.OO entrance fee and whose name is not on ice iiuu wuubt: uume is on. Lil' shot should be challenged, or anvthmg i 'above list will greatly oblige the ex so wrons in the butts, .the whole linns- ._ _ go wrong in the butts, -the whole firing will not have to be stopped while someone goes along to the butt. It is aiso hoped that arrangements for a telephone connection with the city phones will accomplished so ecutive if they will please communi- cate with the Captain. SergL Major M. Newson, at the R.XAV.M.P. bar- that business and professional men racks, or with the secretary, C .Gibson at the A. R. I. General Office. The entrance fee is fl.OO for new members joining the association, and I AAJ. u i. Lilt O.JJ LIUil, Ull Li may keep in touch with their office annual subscripdon ,is for The Hne up of England on Good Friday looks good, and will be pub- lished in -A day or so. HOTCHKISS WINS BIG AUTOMOBILE RACE IN GOOD TIME Fla., .Mar. In a Pope Hartford, won .the first event in to-day's race for the south- ern championship for 10 miles. Tune: IK 2 7. Bond (Stearns) second. Other starters were: 'Hildebrand (Mitch- ell) and Davis Oldfield driing a Knox won the sec- ond event, a 20-mile free-for-all stock Chassis race. Time: 18 60-100. Hotch kiss (Pope-Hartford) second, and Ormesdorf (Chalmers forty) third. or store, should they so desire. The executive are also trying to make arrangements for a conveyance to run to and from the range, and the members using same would contribute so much per head, this will also be a boon .to business men and others. The fixing of the range, as desired, of course, is going to take money, but we are sure there are a whole lot of business men who will be only coo glad to join provided they can go to the range and get through with their shooting without having to wai; around all afternoon. The executive thought it advisable to add to their numbers as there is a good deal of work to be got through this year. The following is a complete list of .Major H. M. New- son, FLX.W.M.P. Gibson, A. R. I. General Office. A. McKillop. Executive J. 0. Wilson. A. Rafton Canning, C. H. Atch erley, E. E. Carver, W. Watts, A. Til- members. Each member is supplied with 100 rounds of ammunition free and the use of a rifle. Anyone wish- ing to join please communicate with the secretary. As time goes on, and the association gets on a good solid basis, matches will be arranged with other associa- tions, with a view of promoting friend- ly rivalry with other institutions. This season there will be a first class .program o-wn mem- bers, and the larger -the membership a corresponding greater variety can be introduced in such a programme. By the time the winter months ar- rive it is hoped that the executive will have been able to make arrange- ments and establish a "Morris Tube" or "Gallery" range which will provide means of keeping one's hand in during the winter months. The association is not merely a so cial affair uiat just a certain class can join but it is open to everybody whr is willing to take the oath of alleg' ance, so that he may Se relied on, to protect the old Hag under which he lives, if necessary. MAKER'S CHANCE IN ENGLAND Will Probably Have Mount on Neil Gow in Derby Brief and Breezy Danny Maher promises make siitc- a record in England this year in the London Sportsman says: "It is quite decided that D. Mayer, the crack American jockey, is to steer N-'il Gow in the derby, and all hi.s other engagements during the coming season; in fact, he has. after all, -.Mang- ed his mind, and has accepted a large .Bobby tiie Seattle boy whc to ride all Lord Rosebery's j played second base for Spokane year and who will be with Vancouver this year, has a plugged nirkel ilia; thinks beats all the skunk water, rab- OXFORD WON Putney. Eng.. .March The Oxford crew won the championship boat race with Cam-bridge today. They were hot favorites. t x TORONTO STILL HOPES TO GET WILLIE loronto. Mar. smiles and trained a; Newmarket by Perry j oprtimism- President .McCaffery re- Pec-k. except in the few instances last niglu from a conference where Rayardo holds a liability in any race, Mr. Kairiu having a special and bits' feet and buckeyes in the world iirior ciaim his services where the son of I5ay Ronald and Galicia is con- cerned, h is satisfactory ro hear ;h3't to saving him from winter mor.vhs Bob when it comes harm. In tlie works in the railway mail service, ami he is patting liiinse.. on the back be- cause he was not caught in that awful avalanche at Wellington ;i short time ago. Bob was on the last train just ahead of the one that was wrecked at Milan near Spokane. Bob says the plugged nickel that he tried in vain ;o psss on the street cars of So attle is his good luck pieCe, and he won id not part with it now for fi, .i. A Sydney (X.S.W.) exchange tells of a curious ending of the recent meeting between Johnnie Summers, the English MghtweigTit who was de- feated fay 'Freddie Welch for the Eng- lish championship title, and Rudolph Unholz. the fighting Boer. Summers gave Unholz a "bad Seating before a .large crowd in Sydney, and' -wheti it was all over Boer shooU Mnds with Summers anc; congratulated .him on his victory like a good sportsman. To the -amazement of everyone, how- ever, Bill Squires, the heavyiweigiht was referee, announced decision as a draw. ,No one was raore surprised (than Unholz, and the i crowd made a demonstration against decision Mayer will be in [he regular worft again, and his position is unique; for though one hears thai Trigg is bound to i he Bedford Lodge stable, that KoebU? will ride for Sir Ernest Cassel, H. Watts for Leopold Rothchild; Howard for Buchanan, nnd so on. it is is always with the proviso that they will give way to him when his services are available, so we may take it that he will have the pick of the best rid- ing, which, after all, is not surprising, bearing in mind his superiority. with Joe Kpllpy and Willie Heeler in New York. Sammy Smith, 'Myron Grimshaw Vamlergrlft and Rudolphe the president and manager, and oil are eager for the training trip. "Kelley and Keeler are life-long friends, .and' WJHie would like to come to said 'McCaffery. "He told me that he would foe pleas- ed to pi ay Keiiey: he gavq a definite assurance that if he not come to terms with a major league club rwith which iie is now in com- munication. he -would accept our terms. 1 would not be one whit sur- prised to soe him playang for concluded the president. UPTON'S POOL ROOM BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA BARBER SHOP CIGARS LUNCH COUNTER Basement of, the Oliver Block Special This Week New coat and pant suits of light Worsteds, Cheviots and Homespuns in Light Greys and Fawns of an extra good quality and well tailored, these suits were made to sell at while they.Jast for Spring Overcoats We nave just receiv- ed a new lot of Spring Overcoats m a very fine quality of cloth, made in the very lat- est style three-quar- ter length with silk facings. These coats are easily worth our price RAINCOATS Special This Week Finest quality suits in fancy Tweeds and Worsteds also at great reductions, made up in the latest styles, best quality of lining and workmanship. These suits were made to sell at and for this week we are offering them at For this week we have a large veriety of coats in different kinds of cloth chemi- cally treated so as to he rainproof and mois- ture proof, and suffi- cient weight for this season's wear. These are coats you would have to pay for elsewhere, our price Finest quality of Im- ported Worsteds in all the very newest shades. Guaranteed to fit in every respect and of the best quality of linings obtainable, in all sizes, this week for MACLEOD BROTHERS We Great Clothiers of the Great West ;