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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAT t, 1914 LBTHBRIDGB DAILT HEBALO PACE 8EV1K lit About 50 per bent, of population K Germany; lives in cities. London, Mir KwiptoB Park great jubilee handicap, oae mile and a quarter, wan won Way by Lord Cadogan's (out year old bay colt Cutragli, by Spearmlnt-Curra- joiig, carrying C stone 1 starting at- 100 to 3, ,1. U. Joel's 7 stone, 2 Hi., 10 to second, alii George Edward's Drinmorc, 7 stone U 100 to 3, was third. Twenty started including the favorite, China Cock, at 3 to 1, dray Bnrbaiian, Great Sport, Junior. Maiden Briegh, Prue. Queen's Parade, Rattle Jack, Rose Worthy, Tmkleboll and Tuxedo. As many 'Fords -were sold in Canada last season as all other makes combined eloquent proof of our slogan "The Uni- versal it's your car in your Country. Six hundred dollars is the price of the Ford runabout; the'touring car is fifty; thij town oar nine o. b. Ford, Ont, complete equipment. Get catalog and particulars from VIRTUE TJROS. 1232 3rd Avenue Lithbridge e Fast Football Match-Score was One Lethbriclge First to Count The opening match at Taller of the City and District league took place last night between Taber aiid the Shamrocks or Lethbridge. Cutcher, Ilia Taber captain, won the toss, .nnci advantage of the wind, defending the cast goal. Far- rant; of the Shamrocks, kicked off ba-f fore a large crowd. In. the first few minutes WHIettB gave Farraut a beiuuiiui jiasfij and with a pretty bit of combination be- twecu Ksrrant, Ferguson anil Mc- was taken right in- to the Taber goal. Bateman, the Ta- ber left back, relieved, and for ten minutes midfleld play followed. The Shamrock half backs were playing a great game McCorinick getting j getting through sime ici h id 1 The interval arrived' with no score'. llight from the kick-off in the sec- ond half, Biovn tin. s player, made a great run down th; wing, but Holland "got the baS awaj in great style. Thompson fastened on to the ball, and- tried for goal. Th? Taber. goalkeeper cai's'nt the ball, but to- the ground and the Sham- rocks forced him to throw Bateman, the Taber lefthack, handl- ed in the penalty area, and Wiilotts, taking the resultant free kick, inado no mistake, giving Pittman no change. Taber then pressed very hard fcr some time, and e n u i got aroin the Shamrocks go 1 a d nt bill in the net. The cal -s di 1 d the referee holding the for fif- teen minutes before arriving at a 'tie- cision, finally awarding a goal to Ta- her, which e j a1 cd t L s Hewitt. Holland, Seaman, IijcCoi A Blue Suit With a Bright Future Before It Tailored by Fashion-Craft As illustrated, or in tny ityle you wistu The ma- terial will retain its prismatic freshness of color, while u the workmanship assures almost indefinite permanency 1 of shape. Just what is needed in a blue suit. to look well in all times. A pleasant change from the fancy tweed suit you have been wearing. Give us an opportunity to show you some cloths and models. Ready for service, or made to measure. Either way, equally well tailored. Prices: SHOPS OF L. K.L.LL, bridge Brewers mk Tci Wtlletts excelled 3 t o Shimroc