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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Letlibridge Daily IteraliL feitiiftlay, March 1MO, GREAT CROWD SAW Points in the game of life CJ No man has a right to despise his dress, m this world. There is no use in flinging chance away. C[ Although a woman cannot be expected to know the particulars of a man's dress, any more than we are to be acquainted with the precise nomenclature of the various- articles which the ladies wear, yet to what lady in a iocicty of strangers do we feel ourselves most naturally inclined to address her or to those whose appearance pleases us; and in whose dress we see exhibited indications of z natural teate, order and propriety." So must women be attracted or repelled by the appearance of gentlemen into whose company they may fall. A good face, a good address and a good dress are each so many points in the game of life. Semi-ready clothes help many a man more in his commerce and life than learning., or genius. Semi-ready Clothes are well- tailored, fit'naturally, and they have a certain air which marks their distinction. A. Southard CALLIES ANDS.O.E PLAY A TIE MATCH JIMMY POTTS WON BOUT AT CALGARY Calgary March (Albei'tan) the face, a to Morse's ribs and] Jimmy Potts of ..Minneapolis, got the i kidneys -which found 'the spot many t decision over Billy -Morse of A1Jlei alwut all accomplished'by I j Potts. Only ouce did 'hurt i City, 'Montana, yesterday uftanioon at; p .o _ Fairmont camp, North Ualgary, j was in .and it ,niade Morse The Game Was Fast and Furious-Score Four Four peateU shots told a't lust and another score was added 'before hallf time was called. n'he gaane in the second half was u good deal ifaster tlian the first. The S. O. 'liad the udvanuage f o1 the wind und sun here and .man- going the limit of fitteeu rounds, i look The decision of Csippy Smart was a popular one, as Potts clearly show- j ed' the better "man in many j ways. He forced .matters and did most of tne work, while tame after time; The opening football match of -the! 1Jie v- "'B -Morse contented 'himself -by going season was -pulled off vesterdav by i llle wind aun 1Crft iUld mf to his shell, by covering himself with-! 4 the Caledonians and Sons of Bng-j IO Pf a I out offering exchange. j kick stiot'dy alter the play was oa'll- iand and the enthusiasm of iast fall i cd, tieing the score agam. The At least Morse Showed himself toj 4' among tihe lovers of this game was among 'lUlf KIVUMS ui won ue uiie vi me uwsi, .LXJAtrijj I Cailie-s pulled off two more goals m aroused 'to a, degree that speaks well; ever seen in Dins city. His Mocking r on their opponents end to tfie J ue one of the best defensive tor the popularity of the sport during the coming season. The teams, with it iww exceptions, the' world, did well to a ' his six round bout last night wiarFrank K-laus, a Jocal "boy, before the larg- est gathered, under tine auspices of the Pittsburg national sporting In the first three rounds, Klaus -led repeatedly "wichout return toy Ketchell. The last fnree periods were ratlier slow, however. T.hat tied score for. some of. the. supporters to uhe number or 40, adjourned to >the Alexandra Hotel, .where they dined .together. A -j'good spent cogerttier and; it "Iist-time- 1'Fsafe 'anyMll Tiie.S.. seemed determined I Qn groUQd %vas a to keep the lead from the beginning! and bucked up rtmarkably after the score but. failed to score again in the .first Hialf. ly forgotten. Shoit -speeches made "by Pres. F. T.Robins of the-'S. years ago. Smith has not aiad the experience of :Emslie, but he 'had -ar term in the Southern 'league, and has -been um- piring in Ontario for years. He has voice specially, soiited for calling de- Which. hepis a fearless and hoiiest-io-the-ground arbiter. He will.delight the .fans when they hear Jiiim. It-lias Ibeen popiflarly sup posed" Silk O'Laughiin 'lias the market' cornered when it comes to shouting "Ball Smitli the'pi'toher there is liable to .be -a-big change in.feeling...._ Driver's 'now on the Coast are mak- ing phenomenal speed on portions of the_ saucer. a gap in track still open'sn that. complete circuit could not be made Ray Hafrbun in a 32-horsepower Mar- mon, timed by several watches, made one-half mile in -twenty-two seconds of eighty-two miles-i an Buick last Sunday did the O. E.; Pres. Wiuldell, of. the Caie1 i'-donians; W. C. Hon.-P'res. of .tlie Sumner, on the S. 0. goal; c'ity yoocVdll Wi J. Wade ed his oldjtime worth and was -there j with the goods, saving a few straight shots rigftt in the goal. But the re- Anderson (Callies) and Chismick of the S. O. E. The pro ceedings closed with a note of thanks for'a position, but has as yet not been Mr. Murray for giving fflie clubs the opportunity of meeting in tjhat The Man and The Clothes WHEN it is but a stop from the ordinarily passably well dress M! majority into the ranks of the Guiltlessly dressed men. not takr Isn't it a sriiisi'aciion to be- classed with men of position I Isn't it somctliinjr to wear clothes that elevate, you above the ma- jority that mark you as a man who cares. There's just as mnch difference in clothes as there is in watches. One may look just as good as another when yon try it. lint oh! what a difference in the end. To wear the best the correct kind will cost yon no more- than the almost-best kind and considerably less {ban the hiirh pric- ed custom-tailored kind. At the same time yon will secure the prestige ami pleasure which are without doubt the possession of the well dressed man tog-ether with that touch of taste and refinement which always marks the Yon can accomplish all this by simply se- lect ing one of the high class suits from among our magnificent assortment. You can't go wrong if von wear our clothes.. Call see vourself in one of the new Spring Model? X-early sixty automobile manufac- turers are nov represented in Bos- .flat, a hour. same distance in twenty-three onds, having had ho preliminary prac- tice 'whatever' 'and under less--favorable. who broke the .world's track stock car. record at Ascot Park _____ hast tackle the proposition his little Corbin, confident of -u'fhere'Uie Tribune got us Sn-mile-an-hour gait." tion it is difficult to say, but at any Thgse remnrkable pei, it is hardly authentic.. Smith {ormam.CR for guch Hght cars aad pro. has applied to President Eckstonn phegy _terriuc speed will be pos sible with big niachines. So confident are the local' enthusi-? nsts of the great speed possibilities that two of the officials, of the motor drome have wired New York repre- sentatives: "Take any bet, real mon- ey, on our behalf that cars beat 1U miles an hour." When a whisky is as good as it ought to be it's in a bottle labelled There are now -Y2. automobile man- ufacturing companies in 'Michigan, of vhich 25 are located in Detroit. In- dianu is second with :H. and Ohio third vrith engaged. There is 'one vacancy to fiH to complete the staff of umpires. Several applications from good -men are dn for nhe job besides Smith's. He has been highly recommended, and stands a good chance of being the president's choice, however. (Morri- son, Sinister and Vos-s are already lured. BLACK a WHITE The Right Scotch Distilled in llie old, slow, good Scottish .in "matured in sherry cafksr, by James D. 0. ROBtIN, TORONTO Sole Canadian Agent While -driving a car backward is not recommended as a particularly f.-isc-huvang spori. ii should be pnic- t.ssetJ by ovwy automobilist. Oldfield leaves Daytona with his cars for -ue directly following (tlie Reach meet. Georgi- Robertson will sUirt the same day Lne big Christie car, with which he expects to make and break records on the "great planked platter" Ten handsome, expensive trophies a llie form of silver and gold and bronze mounted on ebony or maho Roller and Zybsco Wrestle and Fight Kansas City. Mo.. March ilave ordered, in addition is r.hat ;u the present rate af incrervse there will -be 000 automobiles in tire United Slates by I.MiO.OOO In 1912: 2.SOO.OOO by ims: '.'..SOO.OHO by 1014, ar.d 000 bv ter two .hours and fifteen minutes of some of the .fiercest -wrestling and prixe ring 'fighting tha-t ilias been seen in tihis city for many a day, the police stopped the match between Dr. B. F. Roller and Zybsco at Conven- tion Hall. At the end of two hour's the an- nouncement made that Dr. RoWer would be wiling >to call the niatch a draw, but Zybsco objected. In nhe During the three or four yetirs '.be number of automobiles produced in the United States has increased successive year >by some 50 per cent, over the .preceding year. The number for was in the neigh- borhood of UiHiJXiO: for 15MO it will in- evitably excood MOO.OOO. to several cups, for winners of th amateur events. F. "E. Moscovics, vice president of the Motordrome Con pany, while in New York a few ago, decided to order half a dozen of these plaques, but Fred J. Wagner, jr., son of the race youth who once had a job picking blossoms off century plants hypnotized him plaques instead of six a pleasant caught. Moscovics, and sold him ren Hast forty-five minutes of wrestling'thought for prospective amateur the men indulged in rough bouse' trants. tics that would almost put I DP Rouen to shame, and the police gave this as their reason for stopping match. Sometning like 5.000 persons were iu the hall, and there was a general of dissension and cries of 'cm finish." In tihe forepart of the THOMPSON WON BOUT Oakland. Gal.. .March "Cy- clone" Johnnie Thompson won a de- cision last night over Churliie Nor- valle, of Hutte, in their ten round Tiyht. here. Tlioinpson is Mio next logical upponont for Kd. Xolgiisi, the Dr. Roller worked on tha ag- j lightweight champion. and Perfection Brand Clothes to 20th Century Brand Clothes to An Immense Display of New Hats, Shoes and Men's Furnishings 1 JlolcprooV Socks Tor Hie Half Dnzcn Anchor Brand Collars, 2 for Deal's Driving (ilove .2 CORNELL TRAVIS 331. Round Street CASH CLOTHIERS Sole Opposite Alexander Hotel Agents for 20th Century Clothing At Conn., will occur the fifth -innujil hill climbing contest of the Ainomobilo Chin of Bridgeport, on'.M-.iy are being! I'ole in tight places, out of wlijcih he i CHICAGO WHITE SOX and sevenvl times liad she! mado to :his event more elabor- or br-fore. and rtridil.ional .vill be provided for bo-lh and contestants, was able to crawl by liis superior strength. Tht Pole Avas the aggres- 10 guard the course. RECEIVED A WALLOPING Krcuu'isoo. March sor in t.he of the mutch.: Sox Xo. woro defeated by ihe and had Roller in sevonil places 11.-; I'liocnix of St. Mary's col- bnt failed to pm !iis to in Oakland 'today by a score of Leonard, the college twirlev. a number of probable In the ofhr-r half tho bill. only five hits. are certain to affect i t'hivw Do Rouln in straight, fails------------------------- Club of a linlf Mr au'omobile i and tho socoud in a dounlo will 'iiold1. ir, Montrnl March to Ap ril 'J. will bo in.unigod by E. -M. secretary of the Ontario Motor l.ongue, ;uul of t.he show; held in Toronto under the auspices r-f Motor Leapuc. KirJh held Micky tmr il cr at iVif a lit i fu i diamond rintj- A motorisr who takes particular pride in tiio .'ippearanco of his! say? ;vn autoniobilist. can re-! movo dust ;tnd mud from his machine i by letting water from n hoso plnyj gently over t.ho varnished surfaco ofj the body nnd ns often ;is pos- after riio return from off the! j road. When the nuid 1m been thor- i ougriiiy soakrd ibrongh. it may be re- i moved wiMi a wet sponge, which i must, be constantly cleaned In writer. UPTON'S POOL ROOM BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA BARBER SHOP CIGARS LUNCH COUNTER Basement of the Oliver Block The Alexandra Hotel STRICTLY EUROPEAN PLAN N.H.Murray. Prop. FINEST CAFE IN THE WEST Orchestra During' "Dinner SUPERBLY FURNISHED BEDROOMS PRIVATE BATHS Telephones in every room, and every modern convenience RATES: FROM IT Special Attention Given to Commer- cial Travellers 10 Commodious Sample Rooms Piioucs: Hold 717 Restaurant 146'2 ;