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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta prmmsDAV, MAY is, ioir> THE RIDGE DAILY HE It A LI? PAGE THREE The Ladies' Store Fb.n.453 Sunshades and Parasols Worth up to A Hpeclal colluclluu for two duys' IIIK; black and various colors. ft niiu.H or slifnoti you'll flml one In this lot to moot, your neQtis, 98c ONE DOLLAR DOES THE WORK OF TWO Great Savings await you here on Friday and Saturday at this week-end clean-up ot most desirable Yard Whitewear, Millinery, and Ready-to-wear garments at third to half less than regular indeed do such bargains present themselves in such a wide and diversified variety of merchandise, mclud- you need for present use as well as for some months to come. So take our tip and inTood time We have enough in some cases to supply a big demand but m others quantities are limited, and we look for quick clearance of these most desirapie lines_________________ WASH CREPES, ENGLISH PRINTS AND SCOTCH GINGHAM- >J >j j, All our best qualities in regular 15o and 18c values A roroariuible orter to say the least tor these goods are all washable, or perfect qualities mill best values obtainable lit regular prices. A qreat range of choice in light, medium and dark colors and the best designs we have ever shown ALL OUR 45-INCH DRESS Including and values The biggest embroidery bargain ever offered by this store, and tliat Is sayins a great deal when you remember the values featured (luring. previous sales. All arc beautiful quality Swiss Goods, full 45-Inch widths, in very elaborate scroll and floral designs Newest Wash Skirts Worth up to Pine Ilejips and Cotton Bedfords with yoke, effects, pleats and full all exceptional dualities; sizes up to inches waistband. Baby Irish Edgings 15c Worth up to 35c Very dainty Edgings for Waists and Children's ivear, to one ami a half inch widths, white and ecru, all very cheap. This great half yearly clean-up of all Suits, Cor.is and Drosses continues nil day tomorrow and Saturday. It's the golden opportunity of the' entire Spring season to supply your needs in outer garments at small cost Every Suit in the store, every Coat [n the store, every Silk and Cloth Dress In store included in this Half Price Sale. AND SATURuAY AND SATURDAY AND SATURDAY AND SATURDAY ?30.00 AND SATURDAY AND SATURDAY AND SATURDAY............ 6.75 AND SATURDAY 7.50 AND SATURDAY AND SATURDAY CLOTH AND SILK DRESSES 6.75 CLOTH AND SILK DRESSES 8.75 CLOTH AND SILK DRESSES CLOTH AND SILK DRESSES The Last Of The Millinery Half Price and Less Every Trimmed Hat in Hie store included in this clearance. The whole stock divided into tivo lots and priced unusually low for quick clearance. Lot No. 4J1 o-jr 'best Trimmed Hats worth up to ?S.50 and 510.00 in- cluded at this remarkably low price. Lot No. A special table full of. Newest Trimmed. Hats representing values worth up to ?G.50. White SaleJ off Two Day Whitewear Clearance including the entire stock without reserve at exactly U less than regular. All the daintiest garments of the season included in this sale lot without any reserve Gowns, Underskirts, Corset Covers, Quarter Off Princess Slips and Combinations from the lowest priced to the highest grade AND SATURDAY J1-J3 GOWNS-FRIDAY AND SATURDAY J GOWNS-FRIDAY AND SATURDAY GOWNS-FRIDAY AND SATURDAY AND SATURDAY W.2S GOWNS-FRIDAY AND SATURDAY............ 65c CORSET COVERS-FRIDAY AND SATURDAY... 48c 900 CORSET COVERS-FRIDAY AND SATURDAY... CORSET COVERS-FRIDAY AND SATURDAY... 84c MOO PRINCESS SLIPS-FRIDAY AND SATURDAY..... %M PR Nclll LIPS-FRIDAY AND SATURDAY.... PRINCESS SLIPS-FRIDAY AND SATURDAY.... COMBINATIONS-FRIDAY AND SATURDAY.... COMBINATIONS-FRIDAY AND Finest Lisle Hosiery 33c Worth up to 90o Clearing out several odd lines in Ladies' sizes; colors black, tan, white ami some fancy colors, every pair -a most unusual vcluo at the money. Lisle and Chamoisuede Gloves 50c Worth up to 75o All long lengths, splendid .tie'sr colors white, iblack, tan, grey, andi natural; sizes 6 to 8. ACI1 ON HtfflLT -May F. AVildin's of New Zealand, former lawn tennis champion v of Great Britain, was for several years a-inember. of. the Australian team in the Dav- is cup matcb'ea; has been kii'i- cd in the fighting in the Darda- nelles. Mr. Wilding was a lieu- tenant in Royal Marines. VETERAN TIM JORDAN SOLD BY TORONTO TO RICHMOND BALL CLUB Veteran First Baseman, Leaves Maple Leafs After Five Years' Service Toronto, Richmond club has secured the release'of-First Base- man Jordan the Toronto team. The are 'badly in need of a firs.t base- men, and the Toronto player, will be of great assistance. Jt is stated that be is still tiie property of the Toronto club, but the local management would .10.t affirm or deny this "report." Daw- son Graham will play the position for Toronto.. Pitcher, Geyer was released (by Man Enthusiastic Gathering Prepares for Big Season of Royal Game Here-Officers Elected-Tourney Billed for Empire Day enthusiastic lot oi bowlers i ;.OPFICERS ELECTED met in the Board oi Trade building olhcers and honorary on Tuesday evening to reorganize the members were elected ior the season: club ior the coming season, and much I Patrons and Patronesses W. A. Eood business was accomplished, the Buchanan, M.P., and-Mrs Buchanan, evidence of much ado i Dr. Stewart, M.P.P., and Mrs. Stew- !artj Mayor Hardie and Mrs. Hardie, Com. Grace and Mrs. Grace, Com. Reid and Mrs. Reid lion, pres., bupt. P W. Pennciather hon. vice-pres., RGH1F1S1NSWES New York, N. Y., May al Judge Hough handed down a ,de- firden irrc-n -ind as soon an uiii Dr. H. Marrs president. L. !cision today holding that the admis- groums can be put into shape there Clark; viee-pres., Judge Jackson ;.sion into the United States o, the will be the usual after supper games. chatfain, Rev. Dcnoon sec.-treas., movm? picture Jim of the on greens oi tlie city this summer. USE GALT GAUDEN GREEN Permission has been granted by the commissioners for the use of the Gait Garden green, and as soon as the grounds can be put into shape there will be the usual alter supper games, chaptaln, An open tournament, similar to the W.'S. Adams. ARROW COLLAR. Philadelphia 14 !hicago 14 Jincinnati 11 Boston 13 Pittsburg 11 St. Louis 11 BrooWyn New-.York 1 ager Clymer He is a veteran of the American association and Pacific Coast league. The addi- tion of Luque and Cocreham of the .'Boston Braves and Cook of the Yankees, to tne Toronto retelling staff made H necessary, to let- Geyer out. one held on Labor Day last year will arranged lor the 24th of COMING ALONG NICELY Bowling on the green saw its birth championship fight Ritchie and Freddie between Willie Welsh, in Lon- ow ,ioll, England, last July, would be a MAY AT here only last year. While Lethbridge violation of the federal law. Judge A pleasing part oi the meetins was delayed in this respect, there is rea- Hough held that although the fight generous and sportsmanlike offer son. to believe'-that this city will not may uave been classed as a bc-Mng c_1._ 4..n r-it.inc Af Can- inafr-h in F.nfnnrt and in this State, Another Exciting Baseball {Match Played at Cardston ic generous ana sporismannitc OIICL nuu.iu Stint P W Penneiathcr, of the .be behind other cities of Western Can- UN Yv'M V who promised the club.ada in development of tlie royal and the "use of tiio new howling grccn.now ancient game when the season for being made on the north-west corner playing commences and the contests mi- io- get well under way. The club is de- 'ill be sirous oi adding to its membership limsned ana lain out oy an expert, roll and anyone who plays the game Kill stimulate lawn bowling in this or is inclined to learn is urged to get city. The membership ice ior the sea- f wutli son has been placed at S3.00. liemg mae on e no-w of the barracks ground. The ideal !o- get well under cation of ltd green, which will be sirous of addin cat Mini ished and laid out by an AMERICAN W. L. Pot. .692 Cnrdston, Alia., May The sol- boys and the civilians of Card- Bloii. played another of their attractive ganies of baseball here Tuesday atter- nooij, in victory for the. civ- ilians. The score was n to 7. This saw-off tilt of a three-game ser- ies.- The civilians won the first game and the "Tommies" the" second, created a state of enthusiasm cer, ,1b.: Steed, S.B.; Goule, c.f.; Woolf, l.f.; Tracy, r.f. We must hand it to Heatherington for the splendid way be pitched the entire game for the soldiers, working as strongly at the windun as at the start. Boyd, formerly of Alagrath, one of for the final clash among the base- ,fans and players. Doth sides officials or members of ihe club. BOXING Boxers, outside-of Lethbridge who wish to enter the amateur bouts here May 24th, are requested to send in their names to the sporting editor of Herald.without delay. ,This ap CHARLIE WHITE KNOCKS HIS OPPONENT" OUT the squadron's heaviest hitters, seem- j t Lclhbndge hoxcrs'too. All ed to be well known to the civilian pitcher, and was allowed to reach first thrco times on ba'.ls. ans and plnvers. Hoin sides nao Broadbent. .Latterly, Watson ami OI- mil rniola of rooters out and ey-.sen. were the scoring runners .for the It is said Wni'in far as to weights open for consideration. No professionals wanted. -Full program of events will be an- nounced next week in "due time. The best of the local talent is li for the tourney which will be match in England and in this state, it was. within the technical meaning of the term'a prize light or pugilistic encounter, and therefore came within the scope of the Sims' law excluding moving pictures of such contests. The fight picture law was passed in United States to curtail race feeling over the negro-white encounters in which Johnson in particular partici- pated. Thus it works against a finely scientific match like the Ritchie-Welsh affair proved: The lav.- may now i Philadelphia e amended since Johnson has been elim- gt Louis 7 inated. of funds, after a checkered career, the Ottawa Amateur Athletic club closed its doors yesterday. Organized iii the 'SO's it was for many years one of the finest athletic institutions involve several small amounts of cash. The civilians were ahv'ays in the lead but were always in danger of be- laic overhauled. This, naturally serv- ed 'to work interest to the highest Hitch and made the gnme the most In- teresting Cardston has seen for many a dav. The score by innings: 000 040 021-7 Civilians.. 101 300 Tlie line-ups- as< they were played "were as foi'iows: c.; Healhering- p.; lb.; Watson, 2b.; lioyd, S.E.; Adams, c.f.; Jllondhent. r.f.; Olsen, r.f.; (Zeith sub. for Olsen after nth Hedford, I.; Cairncross, lb.; Pirle, "2b.; Epeii. ment he lay as if stunned, but then KOt up with a plucky grin. Zeith took his place. Zeith made a three-bagger in the eighth. Thompson, Pine, Goble, ;Steed and Tracy scored the runs for the ians. Tracy, a mere lightweight at the Variety theatre in all prob- ability upon a specially constructed stage. youngster, scored two homcrmi hits. Cairncross knocked a in the seventh. Pirie made a three-base hit in the first. Beyond a Fort Wayne, Ind., May Charlie White -of Chicago knocked out Hal Stewart of Payne, Ohio, in the sixth round, of their scheduled ten- round' bout here 'last night; White held the lead from the start. i Th and -lacrosse- players, made an ideal place) for the purpose, j and wrestlers. i Tlicre were abo'ut 2000 people pres- NATIONAL W. L'. Pet. 7 .867 9 .571 11 .500 9 .561 13 .458. 15 .441 13 .439 14 .385 IV" Chicago 14 Newark 13 Kansas City. 13 Brooklyn 12 St. Louis 10 13 .435 Baltimore 11 15 .431 Buffalo 8 18 .309 .'ittsburg h Biiftalo Chicago Brooklyn yv. Cheney and Archer Peffer and Mc- Carty. Cincinnati 5 6 Dale and Clark Mathewspn and Meyers. St. Bouis 3 Boston 6 Perdue, Meadc and Snyder James and Gowdy. Pittsburg-Pblladelphla, rain. pQstppned, Detroit New York Chicago Bostoa Cleveland........................ 'Washington 10 be j Philadelphia W. L. Pet. 8 -684 30 .583 11 .542 11 .542 1 -500 Barger'and Berry; Kiapp, EhmkQ and Blair. St. Louis at Baltimore, ain. Kansas City at Newark, postponed, rain. Chicago at Brooklyn, postpoaeni rain. _______ NORTHERN Winnipeg fl Duluth i3t. Bonifaco.................................... 5 .618 .583- .527 .458 .454 .363 .391 Fort William AM. ASSOCIATION Eoflisville Kansas City Cleveland St Paul Milwaukee Columbus Minneapolis....................................... OTTAWA A.C. CLOSES DOWN Ottawa, May Because of lack New York...................'..................... t f Warhop and Nunamaker; WalKel', Mitehell and Egan. Washington Chicago Gallia, Bentley and Ainsmith CATCHER SCHALK SUSPENDED Chicago, 111., May 12 of a row with Umpire "Silk" O'Loughlin in St. Louis, Ray Schalk, star catcher of tbe Chicago American league team, received word today oi his indefinite suspension. Schalk kicked O'Loueh- jin' mask about the field, and showed other signs of his disapproval after a decision -by the veteran umpire.' the country. It produced sonic of-the Henry ;'Paper and Daley, greatest athletes in Canada, inchld-j ing bicycle riders, football, hookey snowshoers, ent. Huzza, of Winnipeg, who was match- ed ior 105 pounds, after having been beaten in the heavier class, did not .The posters which precede the because he VisT unable to 'o in weight. The winners were 105 His., W. El- liott, Shamrock A. A. A., Montreal; 158 Ibs., II. Platt, Riverside A. C., Toronto 125 His., H: Carlson, Bos- ton 136 Jacobs, Boston town this morning. The films be shown at the Variety, May 21 and 22. The boxing fans arc eagerly awaiting their presentation. DOMINION CHAMPIONS 'Montreal, May jjf.t.hn jjeyona a lew on. uum i licst liglits that have been seen here sides, the game was very well played, j this, season were the finals, and semi- Had no.t two or, thr.e.e-.Er.evjo_usly..poor the Dominion of Canada am- iin fha "Tomhiie's'" jatcur boxing' championships. They side the score would likely: have been were held in the arena where, the today by Goy 105 'ibs.. F.jKomp, Griffentown Boys r.iii, 14s llis K.npfini Brosseau. Eugene Mich., May A bill to ID-round ln LOOKHERE hockey matches take pi lace, and it crno'r Ferris. TRIGGER AND TRAP The regular shoot of the Alberta Jun club will take place at the traps back of the bajl park this .evening at sharp.- 'Anyone who can use a :un, or is desirous of learning, is cor- dially invited to, attend.. Ammunition will be sold at the traps. For further particulars apply to the secretary, J. rl. McDonnell, 'phone .3404. SONS MEETING The S.O.B. Football cliib will hold a practice mutch tomorrow evening at 7 o'clock on the Barracks grounds. All flayers are recru'ested to turn put, Philadelphia St. Louis Pennock, Wyckoff and Schangi; Weil- man and Agnew. Boston Detroit l Shore and Cady Coveleski and Ba- ker and Stanage. INTERNATIONAL Montreal Providence '4 MKler and Madden; Schultz 'and Haley. Buffalo-Cerscy City, postponed ,on account pf rain. Toronto-Newark, postponed. Rochester-Richmond, postponed on account of lain. ;