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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LCTHBRIDQt, ALBIRTA, FRIDAY, MAY 14, IMI. Men's Suits! Made by the best Cana- dian Manufacturer, in All-Wool Tweeds and Worsteds Reg. Our Sale Price, Bringing the Down in Crowds Boys' and Girls' Boots i Shoes Either Tan or Black Regular to Clearing Price To the Gigantic CLOSING OUT SALE of J. BROWN Co.'s Stock, which is being Slaughtered by The Evely-Ford Sales Co., of Vancouver This is a genuine Closing-Out Sale, and every Dollar's worth of Dry Goods, Men's Furnishings, Boots and Shoes, and Clothing is being cut to the core. Everything in this Magnificent Stock must be closed out are only a few days more left for you to buy all your Dry Goods and Household Necessities at and Below Cost. These are only a few of the many lines which we are selling out at Ridiculous Prices. But the whole stock must go, and our best advice is to shop in the morning. Come, and save your hard-earned dollars Ladies Cashmere Hose Ladies' Lisle Thread Hose Ladies' Cotton Hose Misses' Hosiery Children's Hosiery Ladies' Underwear Corsets Hose Supporters Veilings all colors Leather Hand Bags Leather Belts Elastic Belts Table Oilcloths Tapestry Curtains Lace Door Panels Men's Clothing Men's Boots and Shoes Ladies' Boots and Shoes Boys' and Girls' Shoes Children's Shoes Plain and Fancy Dress Skirts Black Dress Goods X Colored Dress Goods Dress Trimmings Table Covers French Blouse Flannels Plain Colored Sateens Sheetings Cottons Lawns Towelings Table Cloths Table Napkins Art Muslins Madras Muslins Fancy Dress Muslins Prints Trunks, Valises Ginghams Ducks .Embroideries Insertions Laces, all ki Pins, Needles, Hooks and Eyes Tapes, Elastics Ladies' Cloth Skirts Ladies' Cloth Coats Ladies' Wrappers Ladies7 Whitewear Lace Linoleums CarpetiSquares Flannels, -white and gray Flannelettes Blankets, white and grey Linings Ribbons Kid Gloves, long Kid Gloves, short Silk Gloves, long Silk Gloves, short White Silk Blouses Black Silk Blouses Everything must go, no matter what the loss is. The EVELY-FORD SALES CO. are selling out the Entire Stock of the V J. BROWN CO. Come with the .crowds, and bring a well-filled purse, as One Dollar Does the Work of Two XO-HTT, NO-BUN MAN has been forced to admit a ed perfect ball. He did not pass a That exclusive corporation of which new member in Pitcher Cy (Young- and Addie Joss are mem-. Weems of the Macon team. .Samuel bers, known as the "no-nit-no-run- Weerns, pitching 'against Mercier batter nor hit one. He struck out 14 and retired 27 in succession with- out a hit. Macon won the game no-man-reach-first pitchers'' associa- University in a practice game, pitch- to 0, neither side making an error. Shabby Clothes Mean Shabby Work OoOGHESS I Go into any of the big offices. Pick outahundredmen. the shabby from the well dressed. And you'll find the un- reliable men, the careless men, the men-at-the-bottom, are shabby _ men. Shabby clothes seem to breed a shabby mind, just as bad thoughts breed bad habits. It's the clothes we wear every day, that influence our lives, just as it is the things we do every day that make us what we are. A frock coat and an hour in church on Sunday, won't equalize six days of shabbiness and dishonesty. Dress your body and you dress your mind. "Progress Brand" Clothing is an incentive to good'work. "Progress Brand" Clothing helps a man to be successful because it makes him look successful. Take the first step towards bettering yourself by wearingthe best clothing "Progress Brand" Clothing Taihrid and Buaranteed by H. VINEBEM A CO., LIMITED, Sold with a Guarantee by 40 McKelvie McGuire wrong decision. We are glad to say that this state of affairs no longer ciusts, at least where league, ball is played. The indicator man is now- adays protected by strict, .rules and regulations, and the man .who in- fringes on these rules incurs a heavy, penalty. This is .as it should be. To have baseball, we must have as we have underpaid1 laborers to have financial prosperity. Every walk .ui life, every business and second game of the series with Ed-; every pleasure must have, as eV monton last night, at-Victoria Park some members to in a sex-inning game by a sccre lot falls whit is unpleasant- 8 to 3..' 'Calgarv. did; nothing disagreeable. But these workers- last two innings. Goodman pitched deserve respect andt the last innuur touched as do those to'whom the en-- two hits; after two men were out. Joyment and the pleasure come. Gradually, in baseball, we are toegin- WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE Calgary, May lost the N'O'U N C E. ME! North Ward Ding make its bow the Public in a few days with a complete line of DRUGS and 'ft McCROSTIE, Phm. B. --L The score R H E Edmonton............... 300 9 Calgary................... 000 6 i Batteries Smith and Burridge Umpire, ning to realize .the -difficulties oi ihe umpire and to honor him for the part he plays in the great national sport. But there are still, if we may use a popular expression. turn out were1 treated to several i pretty pieces of work. One notable I feature was the combination work of Joyce, Holberton and Barber, for who beat the Reds by and it is against these that we wish to g6 on record. Tbe days of the umpire baiting Crist, Goodman and-Kelly. Voss. At Moose Moose Jaw ..........I... 020 100 Kegina 000 :jtlavc leit us> and the time seems to Batteries Currie and Steele !be drawing near when the. man-who Sporer and Gardner. Umpire, Wai- renders .the decisions, and whose ton work is as important as that of any At of the players, will be given the Winnipeg 010 000 000-1 jcredlt that his labors You Brandon OOP 000 000-0 aild Jibe' remember that it Batteries Hartman and Edmonds; Monnet and Slcchan. nelly.-' Umpire, Don- i NOTES. Currie, the Moose Jaw pitcher who shut out Regina. is. the old Eastern .League pitcher who played with To- ronto and Buffalo. "There arc two second base Chand- lers in the league, Bert, of Leth- bridge, and ''Our" Chandler, of Cal- gary. Si Bennett is managing the Mad Hatters during the illness of Billy Hamilton. Chesty Cox is rightly an outfielder but is to play first -base today. Be has played it before and made good. is but human to err, and that, though the. umpire may now and! then make a mistake, he is, in nine-1 ty-nine cases out of a hundred, in the faithful performer of a difficult and onerous task. ;The reformation among the players j The match called for last night i will be played tonight on the.Square at 6.30, and it is hoped that every i. man named on the two teams xvill turn out. The team for May 24, vs. 'Calgary Caledonians, will be picked by the executive. Messrs. Nelson and Gow have again- their -interest in sport by offering a pair of football bojots to the man who scores the first goal against the Caledonians on May 24.. has been made. rare instances, except in do their work, and Lynch, the Lethbridge backstop, is question riot at all the honesty of the man who judges them. "When the spectators at our games learn to fol- low the same course, and to cease to try to worry the arbitrator by their jeers and their insults, then will another step have been taken in the establishing of baseball as the greatest and the cleanest of all pop- ular sports. Let Lethbridge spectators be known a burly fellow and they will have as thc kimj that treats umpires with to throw hard and wide before a bull discretion, passes him. THE UMPIRE The umpire has been, and is now. though his rond is not the rocky one it was a short time since, thc butt of endless abuse and insult. He is. we might say. a man without a friend. Kvcryone has a hard word for him, and no one speaks him well. Some years ago. he was often victim of assault, and suffered bum ,s and bruises because, in the opinion of sonic excited and partial spectator or spectators, he had rendered a PREPARING- FOR BIG SOCCER GAME. There were not many of the Reds ami Bines who expected that a match would be played last night, consequently several men were absen- tees. However, the pitch was found to be in very fflir shape and two elevens were picked and an interest- ing half-time game, was played. There was a large crowd out. considering the which goes to show the great interest taken Jn the City Football League, who did The New V Pool Room In the basement of the Oliver Block is Now Open C. L. UPTON Proprietor HON. WW. Hi RAY DEAD Annapolis, May death oc- curred at liis home, Annapolis, of the HorL William Hallelt'Eajr, member of the Legislative Council and one of the best known men in Nova Scotia. Colonel'Say Has been in ill health for several years.and Ms death, though sudden was not Tender for Courthouse Lethbridge SEPARATE SEALED TENDERS, registered and addressed to the Dep- uty Minister of Public Works, Ed- monton, and indorsed "Tenders for Courthouse Lethbridge" will be re- ceived up to 12 o'clock noon, June 5th, 1909, for the supply of all plant, material, labor, and performing of all work necessary-to complete the erec- tion of a Courthouse in the City 'of Lethbridge. .and on which, separate tenders will be received for the fol- A. All masonry, carpenter work, .sheet metal work, plastering and fin- ishing. B. Plumbing. C. Heating. D. Electric wiring. Plans, specifications and contract may be seen, and forms of tender had on application to the Engineer's Office of the Department of Public Works, Edmonton; to the branch office De- partment of Public Works, Calgary, or at the office of the inspector at site of Building, Lethbridge.. Each tender must ba accompanied by an accepted cheque payable to the Minister of Public Works, Ed- monton, to -the amount of five per cent, of the tender. The cheque of the successful bidder, if any, will be retained anttl the necessary contract with Bond for twenty per cent, of tender is executed. Cheques of the unsuccessful bid- .ders will be returned within three days after the execution of the con- tract. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids or waive any defects. JOHN STOCKS, Deputy Minister of Public Worki. DATED at Edmonton this fifth day of May, 1909. ;