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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Letlibridge Daily Herald, Tuesday, May 17, Page 7 SMARTEST showing of two-piece out- ing suits ever offered to men, the prettiest designs, the neatest patterns ever Homespuns, Worsteds and the latest novelty fah- ncs, the very latest styles, long cut coat, well made shoulders, the very latest lapels, semi peg top pants with a very neat cuff. All sizes now ready in single and double breasted styles fiR NEGLIGEE SHIRTS A large variety of men's shirts in all sizes. -Sl stock, for. each .75c All this week we are offering some of the best snaps in Men's Furnishings, ever offered in the city. The store was [nicked all day Saturday with eager shoppers who benefit t- >d bv some of these genuine bargains. So we have decided o o to clear out these lines at these prices. DRIVING GLOVES Genuine dogskin gloves o o made to fit, worth for.......75c OXFORD SHOES Genuine oxblood vclour calf slice, reg. -Sri. for f i WASH TIES A largo assortment of i'our-hi-haml wash ties 3 for 25c WOKKIXG GLOVES 75c mule skin working gloves, all sizes for 50c CHILDREN'S STOCKINGS Children's hosiery in black ;iml tan. double knees 25c Boys Shirt Waists for 40c STKAW HATS Mexican Straw Working Hats, for 25c FANCY CKOCIIETTIES A beautiful selection of this line. 50c for WOKKIXG PANTS working pants, rcg. going now for HALF HOSE Lisle thread half hose in black and tan. rcg. 25c 7 pr. Boys Wash Suits, 75c to PER CENT. Off All boys suits, TKis week only MACLEOD BROS. PER CENT. Off All boys pants this week only SPORTS AND PASTIMES See Also Regular Sport Page On Section 2 NOGAiSON FRIDAY NEXT Western Canada League Meeting at Medicine Winnipeg Protest Was that Ltltbridge Protest! u. Medicine Hat, Mar meeting, nako, To "change Che of ot the Western Canada League ex- ecutive was held yesterday afternoon In the American Hotel. All the clubs in the league were represented ex- cept Edmonton. President Kckstovm in opening the meeting stated that the purpose of its calling was to settle the matter of dispute over the schedule and some minor details of business, .Mauley of .Moose Jaw acted as sec- retary for the meeting. The president stated that the play had been going very satisfactory so far, and the players had been behav- ing themselves nicely. A full list of umpires had been engaded and they were as satisfactory as could be ob- tained anywhere. In the matter of the salary limit, Tuesday May 17th was the last day allowed for the teams to get down to the limit. There was considerable discussion over this matter and the opinion was gener- ally expressed that there should ra- ther be a .player limit than a salary limit for the 'teams. On motion of Fleming of Medicine Hat the clubs will be required to cut down their teams to twelve plavers and 'the sal- ary limit will not Include the manag- e.rs. The reams will be given till June first to comply with this require- ment. Guarantee Money In regard to the Ouarantee money from 'the various clubs the president stated that he had received all the checks except from. Edmonton and Winnipeg, and these were expected j along in a few days. It was moved by Richardson, of Calgary, and adopted that tie presi- the games of Medicine Hat at Cal- ;ary from June B7, 28 and M to July i5', and L'7, and 'Lethbridge at Cal- gary from June 30, July 1 'and 2 to July 20 and and fidmontoa at Calgary from July 7, 8 and 9 'to July 28, 2y and ao, the former dates being the fair dates, when the team could not have the use of the grounds. .Medicine Hat wanted four more games at home, making an equal num- ber, rtU'ty, '-with, Lethbridge. This matter will be arranged by the pre- sident and the presidents of the Cal- gary and Medicine Hat teams. it was also decided that Moose Jaw and Hegina get fifty games apiece at home, and the game of Regina in Brandon on June 31 will be transfer- red to Winnipeg, and the game of Moose Jaw at Winnipeg will be trans- ferred to Brandon on the same date. The matter of securing games for tne fair dates at Brandon and Regina was left for those clubs to settle between themselves. All Friday Games Cancelled Ail the games scheduled for May 20, the date of the King's funeral, will be cancelled on motion of Smith and Fleming. On motion of Fleming and Cox of Lethbridge all mileage will be equal- ized as heretofore. Replay These Games The two protests of Winnipeg at Re- gina were considered at some length and it was decided to have these- games played over again. The pro- test of .Moose Jaw at Regina on ac- count of their playing Brookings, alleged negro, was lent over until the matter can be settled by Secretary dent instruct the cluos who have not Farrell of the National Commission, sent in the guarantee that it must be (paid at once and that this money be placed in a trust fund in the bank. Jit was thought by all those present that the present ball used was very unsatisfactory nnd oa motion of Smith of Regina the president was instruct- ed to cancel the contract with the Goldsmith people ana adopt the Reach as the official bail of the league. Pool Holiday Gates On motion of McGee of Brandon Jill holiday gate receipts will be pool- ed. This was considered as a fair step by all present and the motion was carried without discussion. In regard to the schedule Calgary and the president. The other protest of Moose Jaw at Kegina in which it -was claimed that the umpire, Voss, did not see the ptay, was left over until Voss' state- ment could be secured. There was also considerable discussion over a letter from the Regina club complain- ing of Umpire Shuster. Smith of Re- gina finally stated that he would re- commend to the club that the letter be withdrawn. No Protest From Lethbridge For some unaccountable reason the much Haunted Lethbridge protest against Medicine Hat over a decision of Umpire Flaherty in the Lethbridge had several suggested changes tojhome series was not entered. ROTTEN The Game At the Hat! NO BIG LEAGUE BASEBALL DOWN Was a Joke .Medicine Hat, May Hi. After sew- ing up the game tightly in the st-cond inning by making six hits and n wolf oil Nelson, netting seven runs, Leth- bridge had the mortification of seeing :lie Hat strikers mill down the lead by heavy batting and dashing base running and make a runaway game j of In the ninth Lethbridge ;had a; chance' to win or tie through the lo- cals bunching errors, but Nelson tight- ened up and it was all over. Leth bridge ____ S 4 i .Medicine Hat 11 13 2 I'ieh and Lynch; Nelson and Dav- i icison. Umpire Wheeler. Southard's Hurry Out Sale WON'T STAND FOR FIGHT AT EMERYVILLE i vailing here on Friday had anything to do with it or not, we are unable ito say, but. the Macleod boys, not con- tent with one licking, faced the music TEX RICKARD WILL BE THE REFEREE NOW Ministers Of the Gospel Successfully Plead courted a second defeat m the Hot Squabble Between the Promoters and iarternoon. They got the defeat all: _ _ Against the Jeffries-Johnson Mill right, although they have tne satis-1 Principals Bef ore Was Agreed On San Francisco, May excellent authority that President Ifnction of reducing the score of their j San Francisco. uay aniable wrangle which characterized the son-Jeffries fight will not take place; Thomas Williams, of the California exceedingly stormy session in which i proceedings began again and at one Jack Johnson and Manager Sam there scemed to bc of a i personal encounter between the 1is-i ger were the principals, Tex Kickard: T j jpu'ants. Berger and Johnson were on i was mutually agreed upon as referee I lhelr feeE and boUl having j CLASSY at Kmeryville. The ministers of the gospel who so vigorously opposed the holding of the big fight over at the Jockey Club, who controls the Emery- ville racing park, has withdrawn his support from the pugilistic venture. !foat being tallied S to 0 in favor of I'incber Creek. race track across the bay, have tri-jand has warned Tex Rickard -that he! umphed and Rickard and Gleason will j must find -some other place in which i have to select another ring site for! to bring the heavyweight fighters to-'; 7lio championship fight. It is learned tgother. Pincher Creek Has a Fast Public School Ball Team Pincher Creek, May the gnme took place at the Athletic -basc-baii team here is not1 grounds in the. forenoon, and perhaps making much of a record so far, there is ;i bunch of ball players In the pub- lic school who have trimmed every team that has against them. On Friday last a team came down here from the Macleod public school and tackled an aggregation from the ranks of our educational institution. a bare statement of facts and figures will convey a clearer conception of what sort of tangle the Macleod pub- lic school boys make In a game of baseball when w-> have to record score of 15 to 0 in favor of the Pin- cher Creek pupils, Whether the pleasant weather pre- OWES1 mention JTie time you wint n thai j.ssl right. H.-w thai crisp, dry lang it fine! Order COATES [or the big match there was no earthly prospect j fourth of July. Rickard's name was; or reaching an agreement when !3er- proposed by Johnson when H suddenly said: "You say you i very evident that the two sides would (.take Tex Kickard for "I inot agree on any of the other names [certainly said Johnson. "1 h_-n 'submitted. At first Berger refused to t we will accept annovncuJ accept Rickard on the score that the i Ut-rger. There was a cessation o! !rs promoter contest oi Following are the names of t.tms? j who were out to lacrosse pr.ir.ice j [last night, most of whom showed up jwell: Turrit, Bailey, Helmer, Putman, [McKay, McGreevy, Sinclair, WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE Won Lost Per Regina 6 Calgary K Medicine Hat Moose Jaw f> McNeil. Callahan, McCorvle and De- vine. A fuller attendance Is request- j Winnipeg 4 ed for Wednesday and Friday nights, i Edmonton 4 There will be A meeting after the i-rac- j Brandon P> tice to discuss matters of 2 .750 4H .414 f A .0 JU .200 Edmonton Wins Fifteen Innings Game Kdmonton. Eskimos cinched the first home game of the series from the Cow Punchers in a sensational fifteen innings game of high order. It was a pitcher's battle in winch Calgary got but six hits off Dollar and Edmonton garnered but eight hits oft Geehan, who however weakened in the fifteenth and allow- ed a hit and passed two men on balls. I Feature of the game was a running I one haiiu catch of Oisen or Duggan's drive to centre, which was billed for a home run but did not work. Edmonton S Calgary fi Dellar and Ward: Geehan and Stanley. Umpire Longnecker. Winnipeg-Brandon, and the Moc-se Jaw games postponed. IS THE Unparelleled Bargain Feast OF MODERN TIMES DON'T DELAY Come in To-day IN THE SOUTHARD Building ;