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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE, AITA., TUESDAY, MAY 4, SPORTS Join the Optimists Good clothes bring good cheer. A man can't stay in a bad humor when he is dressed in perfect everyone remarks his trim appearance. Good clothes influ- ence mind and body alike. "Progress Brand" Clothing brings out the best that is in you. Because, being the best, they make you look your best and be at your best. THEY WILL BE OUT IN NEW The Lethbridge professional nine will cut a very striking figure "on tha diamond this year. Although the suits are much of the same color and get-up of two seasons ago, they are made of a superior and. more costly material, appear dressier, and are finely nxado.-. The bo.dy of the suit is of light grey material trimmed with black. A striking feature of the uniform will be the classy looking coats which will Jiave A tendency to .add to .the appearance of the team I on the field. The uniform on the whole, if not the most flashy on the i circuit, will surely be as -dressy and jneat, if not somewhat more so than (the rest. This mart, the "cover the for 40 of paint and varnish making, during which quality has been the first consideration. It is your protection when asking your dealer for paints, varnishes, stains, colors, enamels, SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS AND MMISHES Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg. LQCAL NEWS __________ in Canada. THE Co, "Join the and wear optimists S.O.E. FOOTBALL ProgressBraHd" Clothing Electricians Kedpath St. Lethbridge 35 Tailored and Guaranteed by H. Vineberg Co. Limited, Montreal Sold wHk a Guarantee by McKELVIE McGUIRE A mating of the Sons of England football club was .held at the Bar- racks last night and was largely at- Itended.- After reading minutes of j the previous meeting, report was adopted. A communica- j tion was read from the executive of j the City Football League requesting' man is working in the roller mill end j the release of. certain members of the! of the game as 1 did for a time, it Electric Wiring and Supplies SEE W. L. McKenzie Co. son posted here may find themselves in a perplexing as the big colored boxer, with the utmost equanimity in the world, has been promising all those who sought n bout with hyu that he would surely meet them so long as they covered his money. Jim Corbett now bids fair to raise trouble. Johnson promised him. the first inatch. He also states that as he had up as a for- feit he is entitled to the first chance at the big black boxer. Johnson has never covered Corbett's money, however. LOTS' OF FOOTBALL Throughout the Province of Albar- ta football is receiving quite an izu- petus this season. Lethbridge is not behind. The various clubs compos- ing the City League are practising in THE EUREKA UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT j team to allow them to form part of is necessary j the Lethbridge team to meet the Cai- perspiration, jgary Caledonians on. May 24. Much (This is especially i discussion took place on this matter is handling as- the S. 0. E. are booked to meet Sometimes i have taken a gallon of throughout the city for the opening Grassy Lake on that date. Several i war.er hi the course of a couple of different places" in preparation to have a free ilow of j matches -in the competition for the to keep in good shape, j Buchanan Trophy, .the championship .of ths. Cltv- At the executive meet- ing of the city league on Thursday next at S p.m. arrangements, will the case when a the molten metal. The city's popular family theatre, the Eureka, has, changed one of its directors. Sandy Xiven's interests' rirst> have been taken over by that pop- ular actor, Win. Thaten. who has appeared before the Eureka patrons so often with success. Al. Morris, who has been the main- stay manager of the theatre since' it taken over by Morris and Niv- en some months ago, will now be as- sisted in the management by Mr. Thaten. It is needless to say, prob- that with a practical show man like Win. Thaten at the helm to guide, the little cosy theatre's busi- members expressed the opinion that was to Lethbridge the team's. and 'it duty was eventually decided hours. This may have had. a tend- ency to make me stout. But I know that the way I pick up iiesh is not to allow the members picked by the because of overeating or laziness. I city league executive to remain in can get it off, all right, but it is i'ar Lethbridge and do their, part to- easier, for me to take in on. wards the defeat' of the champions, j "i picked up some weight in the The trip to Grassy Lake and. the saloon business, but because I have match will be played as arranged, girth doesn't show, that I'm ians are already famous. and .there, is the promise of a large down there. Take a poke at me number going with the team. Grassy (and see." Lake has promised'a good time, and arrangements are -being made with probably be made for the selecting of the Lethbridge city team to play the Caledonians from Calgary at J.cthbridge on the Queen's birth- day: Many are already growing en- thusiastic over, that match and will boost the city boys to victory, for that would boost the city in the football world, where the Caledon- the C.T'.R. for "special facilities. A Jim expanded himself .at this stage proved that he still I had the old "washboard" formation beneath his dance will take place in the skm, which is still, somewhat flabby. ____._______ .r__________ ,The.-; secretary was instructed to j Jeffries is getting close to the 325- ness, that .the Eureka will succeed Procure the necessary outfits at once {pound mark, but still looks too port- readiness for the .opening match jjy to be sufficiently agile' in the ring better than ever in pleasing its host of patrons by procuring all that is best and good to meet the require- ments of an aspiring family theatre. Mr. Thaten's knowledge of the show business places him. in a posi- tion to judge correctly what is best to offer to the Lethbridgu public. He is also acquainted with the best fam- ily vaudeville theatre players in the business, and knows how to procure the Caledonians on May 18th. to meet a fust boxer like Johnson. lit is said that Billy Delaney may J side trade Al Kaufman's ambitions lor I the time and devote himself gct- r that Jim Jeffries .has agreed'tm. WHAT JEFFRIES HAS TO SAY to box Jack Johnson, the big fellow! Has commenced to grow sensitive j about allusions to his condition, par- ticularly to his girth, and comes out i with a statement to the effect that! Jeffries in shape once more. Jeff has decided to take up the temperance movement at once and says that as soon as he cuts out the occasional glass wine with friends ENORMOUS SUCCESS Comedy at the Ly- ceum you have Now Mr..: Brown of music, pretty, chorus, excellent their sen-ices. The Eureka is in would be in shaPe when to have Mr. Thaten as one of its managers. Kirk Dix, a well known young La- faced the black sparrer. wouldn't have decided to meet Johnson unless I knew I could get back in he said, ''and all this combe farmer, has been arrested a charge of carnally knowing a under fourteen years of age. about my immense size and weight is unfounded. I have always taken on flesh rapidly. When I was _______________________________boilermaker, I had to drink abun- The Nox Tasteless Liquor, Drug and'Idantly of water and Tobacco j perspiring. beer to keep have yet to hear of one1 failure tp cure where a lair trial has been given.' Can be given without the son knowing it, is harmless and ab- solutely, without tarite. Mother sister or wife, you would be doing a great work by giving this remedy to- some members of-your family. We will mail a month's treatment for five dollars. The Scobell Drug Co., St. Catherines. Oat. For Sale at Alberta Drug Co., L-eth- bridge. 'In .that trade, especially when hand Only Second Piano cash in pay- ments of down and each month. N E Only Brand new Six octave Piano case organ price Selling for cash or in pay- ments of down and each month The Assini- boia Music Co. Medicine Hat. Aita. Canada General Teaming When you want your yard cleaned up, when you' want your garden plowed, if you want some' first-class manure for garden purposes, better see me. "or phone 201. I. can sup- ply your wants. TAYLOR he will reduce more rapidly. .Reports wired from Pittsburg to this city to the effect that Johnson, might" drop the bout with Ketchell altogether, in case Jeffries decided., to get back in the ring inside of' .ten months, drew a howl of protest from Willus looking after Stanley's interests. j "We had Johnson signed up jhe said, "and we will hold him to Ms word. He posted and we covered it, and we surely will claim his forfeit unless -he agrees to battle. I think is afraid to meet Ketchel, he is so ready to drop that match. I But he will have "to pay for it if he jdoes." Holders of .the forfeit with John- Ring Up 108 When you want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily i JOHN Place Your Orders for DRAYING VTAJLJl. JUS. FRAME Satisfaction Guaranteed i; PHONE 289 Headquarters for ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES OFFICE: ROM 3, Ott Bltck Phone 180 comedy and judging from the crowd- ed house, and the general all around enthusiasm and continual laughter the large audience was more than sat- isfied. The Deloys Musical Comedy carries eighteen people and we wish to compliment Mr. Eddie Deloy on: the efficiency .of his company. Miss Myrtle" Deloy as a daiicer was par- excellence. The Spauldinir Bros.; comedy acrobats and St. Julian, the- upside down. dancer, were enthus- iastically received and; got a- big, round of applause. The musical comedy, "Hogan's Al- ley" was ,a scream all'the way through and. it must be said that this is two> and a half hours of the best enter- tainment ever given .in Lethbridge at popular prices- The program will be- repeated to night and -on Wednesday and -Friday nights an .entire change of bill. Here below we give the pro- Act I: PhilHogan, (owner of the Bryce Howatson. Dinkle Swatzmeycf Mike tenants) ____ Deloy; Frank Condon Officer McGirk A Double Gretchen Swatzmeyer ..Myrtle Deloy Katherine McGinty Marforie Moore Mrs. Swatzmeyer Tolla Deloy Mrs. McGinty .Marguerite McKenn'a Musical Numbers: "Goonville Col- ored opening charus. Duet, "How Many Have You Told That Gretchen and Katherine. "My Cowboy Katherine and chor- us. "Everything Was Lovelr on the chorus. "Everyone Knew D_inkle and Mrs. Swatzmeyer. "My Lovin' song and dance Dinfcle and Gretchen. Finale "Oapt. Willie company. The Kinetoscope The latest and best in animated pictures. St. upside down dancer and acrobatic artist. Rhoda Greenoueh In illustrated songs. "Pictured Melodies." Soaulding Comedy acrobats. The Kinetoscope. Act II. Same cast as Act I. L. H. Jelliff, of Spring Coulee, has purchased five lots on London Boad. Chas. Little, of the city, 'has bought two slots on London and has already started to build. Acre lot 2, block G on Bompas St. has been subdivided and sold to dif- ferent persons who will erect fine re- sidences thereon, one at a cost of J. C. Thompson, representing the Gurney Tilden 'Co., of Winnipeg, spent Friday and Saturday in the city. Ford is an enthusiastic trap shooter. He visited the traps with F. R. Agnew on Saturday and head- ed the score. Frank Sainsbury, brakeman on the j A. R. I., is going to Columbus, Ohio for two reasons, first, to at- tend the trainmen's convention, and second, it is rumored that he will' bring a, passenger back with him. Mr. McGlynn arrived in the city on Saturday from Chicago. While there he attended a great wrestling match between Frank Gotch, champion wrestler of the world, and Mahmout. .the'Turkish wrestler, for the cham- j pionship of the world. Gotch won j in two straight falls. Mr. McGlynn has with him some interesting snap shots of the tussle showing Gotch's methods of wrestling. James Reid, of the yard office staff has resigned in order to attend to his homestead at Bow Island. Five cars of settlers' stock went through the city en route to Clares- holm. R. L. Nickcrspn, of Hosnier, B.C.. arrived in the city 'and will locate here, going into the office with R.V. G-ibbons. Mr. Nickersou was the first president of the 'first Board of Trade in his town and was always fore- most in promoting the interests of that town. Mrs. M. Young, of Redpath and Cutbill streets, will not receive on Wednesday of this week. The Gait Hospital acknowledges with thanks receipt of the sum of S18-1 contributed by Bishop Legal, of St. Albert, Aita., for the main- tenance of the hospital. Thos. Randle returned from his ranch east of Coutts. He camped out through the storm last week. He OF CANADA Head Office, QUEBEC. Comparative Capital May 31st 1895, tl 1900, 1905, Feb. 27th May 31st Feb. 27th April 3rd f 1909, Deposits 1895, f 1900, 1905, ISGS, 1909, Fifteen Years Eesenw May 31st 1895, 1900, 1S05, Feb, 27th 1909, Anetf May 31st 1895, 1900, 1905, Nov. 30th 1908, Mar. 31st 1909, LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: J. R. And.non, says the settlers are flocking into the Milk River district by thous- At present there is no bridge across the Milk River and settlers have to ford the stream, which, wnen rises suddenly, as it did last week when Ole Benson was drowned. Xew settlers should be warned to be careful when such an old-timer was' caught unawares. He reports no serious suffering from the storm of last week except the loss of some calves and lambs unlucky enough to arrive, about The ground npw has plenty of moisture so grass and grain -will fairly ;shoot up now in the warm fine -days, and the gain will be greater than the loss. Several Westingnouse ceiling1 fans have been installed, at the Alexandra for the comfort of the patrons. R. E. George, electrical contractor, did the C. McGuire has joined tne staff -'of C. W. Gray's hardware store. Westminster Sunday school has un- dertaken the support of a Chinese boy who is desirous of( preparing himself for the work of a native missionary. Josephine Aita, about six years of age, died this morning at the home of her parents near the brewery. The funeral will be held.Tuesday after- noon. Father Vantighem will con- duct the service. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE OFFICE. TORONTO ESTABLISHED B. E. VALKEE, President AUEXAITDEE LAIRD, General Paid-up Capital, Reserve Fund, They are issued in at and TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES The new Travellers' Cheques recently issued by this Bank are a most convenient way in which to cany money when travelling. and the exact amount payable in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Great Britain, Holland, Italy, Norway, Russia, Sweden .and Switzerland is stated on the face of each cheque, while in other they are payable at current rates. y The cheques and all information' regarding- them may be obtained at every rf tne Bank. 131A ,C Lethbridge Branch C G. Oourse, Manage; ;V-i ;w BOiAZ I ALBERTA Choice Business and Residential MISS H. A. DEMPSEY A.T.C.M.- Bachelor of Music (Trin TJniv.) Teacher of piano, organ and theory, principal of the piano dept., Letn- bridge Conservatorj- of Music. Pu- pils prepared examinations. For terms address Lethbridge Con- servatory of Music, or residence, cor Arbyle Ave., and Bartlett St. Phone 244. We Can Sell Your House, Lot or Farm We have a lot of buyers whom we can't supply f> if i OUT Properly witn us We guarantee to turn it at a fair price THE EMPIRE LAND CO. Real Estate Financial Agents, Notary Publics Ott Block Phone 394 This townsite is situated miles east of the City of Lethbridge, on the Crow's Nest Pass Division of the C.P.R., and has the celebrated Old Glory" gas well adjoin- ing the tqwnsite. There is a good supply of coal and water. No investment on earth like earth itselfr Buy now, as prices are advancing daily. Prices of Lots range from to according to location. Special Prices for Terms are One-Third Cash, and the F balance payable in Six and Twelve Months nth interest at six per cent, per annum. For full particulars call or write to Ludtke Waddell Bow Island, ;