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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRLOQE, ALBERTA., TUESDAY, MAY II, IMI. "Shop in the morning early and bring the children if necessary so as to avoid the afternoon rush J. BROWN The J. Brown Co. selling out their entire stock of Dry Goods, Men's Furnishings, Boots and Shoes, Clothing, Linoleums, Carpet Squares Trunks and Valises Gigantic Closing Out Sale IS STILL IN FULL SWING AND BRING- ING THE PEOPLE DOWN IN CROWDS WHY Because The Evely-Ford Sales Co. of Vancouver are giving the People of Lethbridge the greatest bargains ever heard of. THis is not few days sale for a Bluff, but a genuine Closing Out Sale as the J. Brown Co. has leased these premises so every dollar's worth of merchan- dise, in the Dry Goods Section is being slaughtered. Marching Orders It's not profit we ask, as the profit is forgotteA, but simply: to convert a large stock of up-to-date Dry Goods, Men's Boots and Shoes into Cash in the shortest space of time, and the price Tags will convince the most skeptical that We mean just what we say. Come with the Crowds and get the best bargains ever known in the history of Lethbridge Only a few days more left, so Hurry Yes, hurry if you want to save money, as a dollar saved is a dollar earned REMEMBER THE PLACE THE j. BROWN CO. i Everything in Dry Goods for Man, Woman and Child, at unheard oi prices in Leth- bridge The Evely-For d Sales Co. ...V. N -1 selling out the entire Stock and every Purchase is a GENUINE BARGAIN Come with the Crowds and note which is the busiest store in town. The J. Brown Company I SPORTS CITY FOOTBAL LXEAGUE The executive of the City Football League met in the News office at 8 .p.m. on Monday night, all the dele- .gates present. v. The first item of business was the .selection of two teams to be called Bed and Blue to play a practice .game on, Arbor Day, next Friday, in preparation for the great game on May 24th between the Calgary Cale- donians and Lethbridge .City. The Caledonians are the Champions of Canada and -the executive are de- .sirous of selecting the best possible team to represent Lethbridge City .and if possible to beat the Caledon- ians. The delegates from each club sub- milted a list of recommended players and from this list the executive pro- ceeded to following two teams for the practice game: J. Boss Rt. Back, L: E. Wells Lft. Back, Earl Hooker Eight H. Back, J. Mullen Centre H. Back.. R. Chiswick (S.O.E.) Capt.: Left. H. Baclw MacElvenney Out Rt. Forward, F. Oliver In. Rt. Forward, W. Scott Centre Forward, E. J. Faunch In Lft. Forward, Holberton Out Lft. Forward, J. H; .Smith (S.O. E.) H. F. .Thain (A.O. Rt. Back, W. Crawford Lft. Back, J. Anderson (Cal.) .Capt.; H. Back, R. G. Farris Centre H.. Back, J. Kelly Lft. H. Back, W. JMacMillan Out, Rt. Forward, English In. Rt. Forward, R.' Fajrbrother (M. Centre Forward, W. Whyte In. Lft. Fqrward, Barber (S. Out Lft. Forward, Joyce (S.O. E.) Spare Cameron, Barn- ---------------.------------.----------.--------------j----------.-------------- Tennis Club. The Tennis Club have commenced their practices. They have the larg- est membership they ever had. They are very enthusiastic, some members being out practising the other morn- ing at 6..30 a.m. In a few days they purpose beginning a big series of games. Matches will also be arranged with some of the other towns in the dis- trict. The intermediate lacrosse team of Macleod -will play the Lethbridge intermediates here on May 24.. The following are requested turn out iviacjvinnon. ior practise B Davis, W. Sinclair. .TYmes and W. R 3radbeerj w Bradbeer, L. Hel- mer, B, McKay, C. McGuire. J. Cal- lahan, M. McGreavy, C. Devine, J, 5t. McKay, Jack Murray, W. Me- Ivenzie, R. McKay, B. McKeown, G. Wedd. T. McG-illis, Dick Robson, W.L. Wilson Auctioneer Is, conducting an auction sale of Farm Stock, Im- plements, etc., at C. J. Farm, Rocky Coulee, en Wednesday. May at 1.30 An auction sale of Dry Goods, Furniture, etc.. at, my Rooms on G-lynri and Ford on Friday, May 14, 1909, at 2.30 Also an auction sale of Horses, Cattle, etc., at Furman's Livery Barw on Saturday. May 15, 1909., at 2.30 Wilson Auctioneer Phone 189 sley, Thompson and MacKinnon. Brunton.. N Tabrum. Time of on Arbor Day.. May 14. A collection will be taken up and the proceeds will go to the Finance i Committee who have, charge of the guarantee fund for the game on Vic- BASEBALL RESULTS toria Day. This will be one of the Northwestern liveliest games played so Seattle__seattle s 9 1; Aberdeen season and no doubt the selection committee will have their eyes open t so as to be. able to select the best team to win on May 24th. The report of thti, constitution com- mittee was read and adopted. A draft copy is to be sent to each club for consideration before being finally adopted. I The corresponding secretary read j a telegram and letter from the gary Caledonians who state that they play at Obotoks on Saturday, ;May 22 and will arrive at Lethbridge i on Saturday night or Sunday morning. At Spokane 12 13 2; Ta- coma 683. National At New York 260; Boston 1 8 4. At Philadelphia 272; Brooklyn 493. American At Chicago 163; Wash- ington 041. At St. St. Louis 1 Phil- adelphia 590. There were no games in either the JOHN D. MARSH, A FARMER AND THE FATHER OF FIVE John D. who was supposed to have broken all Aonerican Mara- thon records at tie Canadian Mara- thon at Toronto before the track was found to be short, is a farmer by occupation and lives at St. Nor- bert, about twelve miles. from Winrii- He is nearly thirty-five years of age and is the father of five chil- dren. He has a win Shrubb to his credit and according to the Ottawa 'hockey player, who knows. Marsh pretty well, morn- ing he was to Shrubb in Winni- peg, he got up at put a ton of hay on his wagon- and to Winnipeg. He sold the hay, put the team up at a stable and went out and won his big. race against the j Englishman that night. The follow- ing morning he drove back to St. Norbert with the-.- price of his hay and a good sized roll for beating Shrubb in his pocket." Marsh is a Welshman by birth, but ihas been located in the west for a number of years. rvTack' Lee, former manager of the Winnipeg Maple Leafs has had him in charge for some time and it was while "Lake was with that team that he "became acquainted ..with the runner. He was-- remanded for -trial at the next sitting of the criminal court of competent jurisdiction to be'held in the city of Lethbridge. The father g-ave bonds __ for the appearance of his son at the next court. The evi- dence went to show that there was some tobacco 'and fruit missing from the Carlson shack. A party of landseekers have arriv- ed from Showeganj Maine, in a spec- ial car chartered by the Imperial Development Co. All members of the party are intending settlers. They went south to Warner. This is the first party to come from the far east of America to settle in Sunny Southern Alberta. The party were in charge of C. E. Fair, general agent of the Imperial Development Co., and C. B. "flight, of Showegan. Two Intel-national Gasoline trac- tion engines have arrived here, one for Mr. Srov.'n of Cardston, and the other for Gumming' and Gumming, "of Granum, These engines will 'be used for plowing. Each engine will haul four fourteen inch breaking plows and six in stubble. Wilfrid G. William, a boy 10-years of age, who lives about 25 miles north of the city, was tmd before Inspector West at the Barracks on the charge of unlawfully entering the shack of a neighbor. Axel Carlson. FOR SUKNHURE of all kinds all 7 interior uroodwozk JtrstUse- CAMPBELLS The Original WNISH SIM Good For floors too In Stock and for Sale by STAFFORD AGNEW CO If you live out of town write us Elizabeth Jones, age 38, wife of Samuel A. Jones. (London Road, died last week aod was buried at the PJnglish church cemetery on Sunday. Rev. Harrison conducted" the service at the home and Rev. Ghivers per- formed the last sad rites at the crave. J. W. W. Stewart, managing di- rector of the Monarch Life Insurance Co., is in the city. He is much im- pressed with, the rapid development of this district, so much so that he is arranging for his company to lend considerable money on improved farm property. Eastern nor Pacific Coast Leagues on account' of rain." T. E. PATTERSON, Office, Oliver Block. Phone 287. will play, here at eleven "a.m. on Monday and retiftn to Calgary on the 13.40 train on May 24th. "The next meeting oi the City League will be held in. the sample room of the Balmoral Hotel on Mon- day; May 17th at 8 p.m. The, report- of the Alberta League recently organized at Red Deer was laid over for consideration at next j meeting. A vote df thanks was tendered the market- Prompt delivery at, your manager of the News for tho use of j borne, and weight guaranteed, the News office for the meeting of i the executive. DELAY IN BUYING CITY PRO- ORDER YOUR s Coal from-Phone ancj cleanest on the The Finance Committee will be so- liciting subscriptions from the citi- zens towards the guarantee fund of over which is need to pay the expenses of the Caledonian match on Victoria Day and alT1 foot- ball players hope that the citizens rCSpCU- -OV-..r _- lusurt; yaur uwuac boys to boost. Lethbridge to victory Lowesi board rates. over the far famed champions. It I-------------------------- will be the greatest football match ever played in Lethbridge for both sides wilt play to win. Will our city win? Come and see. LOCAL NEWS _____ .4. Mrs. E. E. Code, of Ottawa, is (visiting at the home of her father. Wm. Virtue. A new steam plowing outfit includ- ing engine, tank and gang plow, has arrived at T.ethhridge en route for Cardston. j A gentleman who put in a little jWant Adv. in The Herald last week I had answers from a hundred ,ptir- !chasers. J. McBraynn. of the Palace Hotd. JTaber', is an'poa-ling to the District Court atrmnst hip conviction for selling liquor io a minor. I The P'on-stors" fooioull practise is (postponed until Wednesday night- THE SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER CO. Has jnst unloaded three cars of Short Flooring, Siding and Ceiling pertv moans higher prices tomorrow. Buy" today. Any locality on easy 1 r> f foj- and Mc- Guirn's arxl pressing T-'irsl. cl.iss work Tenders will be called (his week by FARM LANDS. WILL -SELL' ONJJ. A. Maodonald, the architect, for crop payment plan or spread over one for Mr. Ritchie. DO NOT TAKE ANY CHANCES OF being burned out. Now is the time to YOU WANT A HBINTZMAN PIANO. The best is none too gooji for you. Buy a Heintzman and you will be satisfied. Easy terms or discount for caSh. Orders and correspondence so- store and oftice building for W. Ivos, G. D. Grander and J. .T. McArthur arc in tho city outfitting and making preparations for the summer's in putting in the boundary posts to mark the International boundary be- tween Alberta and Montana. 1.000 Feet of short lumber covers as much as feet of long. The price U much lower AH grades of lumber. Wood Fibre .Plaster Exshaw Cement always in stock We carry the largest stock or lumber in Alberta Just south of Ellison Mills. Phone 225 ;