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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGS, ALBERTA, SATURDAY. MAY 22. 1909. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE OXJJO OFFICE, TORCH-TO ESTABLISHED lM7 1. I. Wlim, ALEXAHDIB UJKD, Gwenl Mincer Paid-up Capital, Reserve Fund, TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES new Travellers Cheques recently issued by this Bank are a. most convenient in which to carry money when travelling. They are issued ia denonuniuonj and exact amount payable- in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Great Britain, Holland, Italy, Norway, Russia, Sweden Switzerland is stated on the face of each cheque, while m other countnes dker pavable at current rates. Ttus cheques aod all information them may be obtained at every rftbe Bunk. l 1A Lethbridge Branch G.G.K.Nourse, Manager VICTORIA DAY SPORTS MAY BE YACHT RACES Rochester N. Y.. Mny 21 There i? a possibility that the yacht Seneca of the Rochester Yacht Club, thought to be the fastest boat in her clas? on the Great Lakes will ye: meet a rep- resentative craft of the Royal Can- adian Yacht Ciub. although the Can- adian cup races are off. TOLEDO GETS OWEN Chicago, May Frank Owen was yesterday sold by Presi- dent Comiskc-y of the Chicago Amer- ican League team to the Toledo club in the American Association. The consideration for the deal was not announced other than it was an out ami out sale. Lethbridge is going to_be well pro- j with life on the 24th. The big j football match in the morning be- j twcen the Calgary Caledonians and j the Lethbridge picked team, which j j will bo one of the most important Isportinff events that this: city has j participated in. will bo played on I the Square at 11 o'clock. j In the afternoon there will be ai j ball between the North Ward nine and the Press Club at 1-30 on j I the baseball park, and on the square I after the baseball match the Macleod land Lethbridge intermediate lacrosse- teams will clash. la the evening the j i lacrosse boys are givrng a dance. I which will no doubt prove a fitting j climax to the day's sport. THE LATEST CREATION FOR SUMMER WEAR. ALL THE COMFORTS OF A TURN DOWN EFFECT. "Anchor" Brand ItorlSc. Brand "Almonte" 9 tor Me. SOLD BY LEADING FURNISHERS. MADE BY TOOKE UMITW. MONTREAL. MANUFAOTuKtRS OF SHIRTS. COLLARS. NECKWCAR AND IMPORTERS OF MEN'S FURNISHINGS- 16 i FOOTBALL NOTES City vs. i selects, a practice. The BASEBALL RESULTS Western Canada At R H E Brandon 200 000 202 Moose Jaw 100 105 6 3 Batteries Monette, Hein- rick and Meohon Smith and Steele. Umpire, Donnelly. At Regma...................... 300 000 Winnipeg 000 021 Batteries Hooker and G-urdiuer Brown and Edmonds. Umpire, Wal- ton. Games at Edmonton and Calgary postponed on account of rain. Following are the scores of the games in the big leagues yesterday Eastern At no game, rain. At no game, rain. At No game scheduled. At Jersey Coty 372 Rochester 4 7 National At York, game postpon- Big Football Game Monday Monday at eleven a m: on the pub- 2' I lie Square there will be one of the j keenest contests of football ever seen j O. E. _ i______ 1 A-nC O May 24, eleven a.m. on the Square at Caledonians ram _.. l At vs. Lethbridge City. r -r -j n-4 hall Tp.n.fue Cmcimmi, Lethbridsre City Football League 1 games week as per schedule: of rain. vs. Mapl postponed on CANADA Head Office, QUEBEC, Capital May 31st 1895, 1900, 1905, Feb. 27th Comparative Figures For Filteen Years Reserve IMhMed Prate May 31st .t Feb. 27th April 3rd 1909V 1895, 1900, 1905, 1909, 1909, Mar 31st 1895, 1900, 1905, Feb. 27th 1909, Tfttal May 31st 1895, 1900, 1905, Nov. 30th 1908, Mar. 31st 1909, LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: J. R. Manager. j. A. O. F. j Calgary Caledonians are j yet only one game has been j famous in the football played of the City League Champion- 1 ship competition for the Buchanan Trophy. The standing- of the corn- here. The champions. world and are no doubt in good trim i and will do their best to win. If i any team can play football in Al- j peting- teams is as follows berta it is these same Callies. But j Won Lost there are often surprises. Visitors Caledonians 1 from Calgary are surprised when j s. 0. England 0 they see the growth and progress of Maple Leafs 0 Lethbridge. .The Lethbridge City j ,y. O. Foresters 0 no game no to "boost the ba-11 to victory for Who will winv the Buchanan Tro- their home j phy The Scots are joyml. being m on best their home grounds. They will do their best I no one can do more. It will be a I battle royal worth seeing. All the j citizens will be there to cheer the Iboys to victory. Even- little helps. 'Last year the Lethbridge Rangers olaved a close game with the Callies .more are correct they may surprise on "their home 'grounds at Calgary- themselves as well as the orher two The Lethbridge City team of 1909 Two-piece Suits and In the finest select fabrics of soft., texturo are shelving this season some of the finest weather clothes ever tailored fay the Semi-ready house. V.'e should like you to examine die insice construction of these Suits, v.-e can show you are stayed, and how the shape is sewn so that the shape so as you keep the suit it will wear like new. You need not buy because you keep because you buy. You must be satisfied at afterward. A. SOUTHARD, SOLE AGENT ought .to be as good or perhaps bet- ter than last year's Hangers, and on i Monday the Lechbridge boys will be on their home grounds. Badges are being sold by members of the committee and the citizens are asked to stand by the boys in every S way. City Ball League Organized The City Baseball League is off to a good start for 1909. Last night in the O. W. Kerr Co. offices there was a full representation of three clubs, the Press, Young Men's Club and the North Ward. There is talk of the Bankers forming a club" to enter also. Owing to the absence of President Humphries when the delegates were all present, H. Nicholson was voted to the chair while Secretary Austin did the .clerical stunts. The accred- ited delegates present were Press, Maveety and Gunn Y. M. C.. Cour- tice and Clark and Laum. The last club was ad- mitted on the motion of represent- atives of the other clubs'. It was de- cided to set May 28 as the last day to receive entries of clubs to the league. When making each club shall make a deposit of ten as a guarantee that they will finish the season and. shall also name their representative on the ex- ecutive. The. admission to the the lead at present. But the S.O.E. I will yet. be heard from in future j games. What about the A. O. F. and the Maple Leafs Next week will tell the tale. As yet they are unknown as teams, but if some ru- FIRST GAME themselves as well as the other two clubs who have already ma-de a pub- J May -.-The lie appearance. They are all in to the At Boston Chicago American At St. j St. Louis iXew York At 'Detroit Philadelphia At Chicago Boston............... At Cleveland- Cleveland Washington Northwestern At Spokane Tacoma At Seattle- Vancouver............... Seattle 15 13 2 92 5 2 Southern Alberta 11 16 6 8 7 7 10 ggme Baseball 9 ...3 0 Those Who Lack a thorough business train- ing, always have the hardest work ami poorest pay. Write a letter to Leth- bridge's School of Business, Carbutt Business College, Stafford Block, and let them tell you how to take a step higher. GEO. J. SCHMIDT, Prin., P. O. Box 1291 I i I Pool Room i win. The contest will be keen. League takes place ,-here next Mon- day between Raymond and Magrath. A.O.F. TEAM The following is the team selected by the Ancient Order of Foresters to meet the Maple Leafs in the post- j Stanley poned league match, which will (pro- j Qut viding the Maple.Leafs are agreeable) {j be played on the Public Square on Victoria Day, kick-off at 6.30 H. T. Wellington, and W. Knowldon.. backs "E..Hooker R. Wilson and J Rund'le, halves J. Laing, F. J-. Newton, C. Doexand J. .Thompson, forwards reserves, E. Bates..: J. Tainer, G. Mount and W. Johnson. KETCHEL FOUGHT LIKE A DEMON LOCAL SPORTING MOTES Kain prevented the. ball game that was scheduled between Calgary and Lethbridge yesterday, at the former Ketchel failed to knock McGann, of Kansas City, in six rounds, before the National A. C. of Pittsburg, the other night. Ten times in the fight McGann was down for part oi.the count, but KetcheF could not find the vulner- able The sixth and last round "-was one. of the most bitter periods ever witnessed in a prize ring in. Pit'tsburg. Like a demon Ketchel was all over McGann tryiug madly to put him out. Six times did he knock him once sending him clear through down twice for "-the count of nine but could riot end fchesfight. K the fifth he knocked him down twice more but McGann declined to stay down. In the sixth Ketchel went at the Kan- meats for Ballad Concerts, At Homes Lethbridge is out to win all round on Monday. Football, lacrosse and North" tennis contests will be held in the city. Then the S.p.E. ,football team goes to Grassy Lake to play there. The Calgary Caledonians play at Okotoks today, then come on tox .Lethbridge. arriving 'on tonight's train. They will rest -here over Sun- ropes into the audience, but Mc- j Gann came back with a smile before i the count of ten was up. This was the second time in the fight that Mc- Gann was knocked through the ropes and .off the stage. 'After the fight lie said he was hurt more humping the chairs outside the ring than by the blows of the man who is matched with Johnson. McGann started very fast, and for the first two rounds had things his own way, Ketchel not appearing to j get warmed up. After he had re- while on e w''u tod that the Lethbridge grounds will fifteen cents and ten can kicK as.we11 as boostf daJ" awi a chance to get some hard blows in the face, with "Lethbridge Beauti- however, Ketchel limbered up, and by the opening of the fourth round was boys knocked SHOE POLISH BRIGHT AND INSTANTANEOUS One your shoes are shined for three days. "2 in i" softens the leather- keeps out stain the emanci- pates you-from bottles, mops, brushes and hard work. No substitute even half as good. 10c. and 25c, Tins 2 cents- to the., grandstand. Ladies will -be admitted free except on -holi- days. An important change was made in that no club will be allowed to. have more than fifteen players under con- tract at one time and if they wish to sign others they will have to re- lease some they already have. Play- ers must be signed five days before they play and must be residents of the city for ten days previously. Clubs may sign players up to the opening of the league and play these players without observing the five day T. S. McKenzie offered a pennant for the winning club provided the clubs went through the season. He was heartily thanked by the meeting. The following officers were elected Patrons, Hon. Senator DeVeber, C. A. .Magrath M.P., Mayor Henderson. Honorary President, W. A. Buchan- an, M.P.P. Hon. Vice President, G. H. -Tohn- ston. President, A. E. Humphries. Secretary-treasurer, J. T. Graham. The executive committee will con- sist of one representative of each club and will be chosen by the clubs en tering the league. A full practise of lacrosse on Mon- day and sll senior players re- quested to fall in line and -get in shape for Regina. A telegram today stated they will be here 5th. or 7th of June. Sticks and shoes will be furnished to the players and training rooms will he had with a first class trainer to get them in shape. is a stylish collar One of our many new in style and perfect in-fit known tbt RIALTO 2 inches at back and inches in front. in Quarter Atk your dealer to show you is sure to on" th.T: will .WE hit your idea of style. Br_n... '.'Jv. each. SforoOc. Elk Brand, 2 tor 25c, FAMILY JA'SS will never appear if you sweeten home with, our DELICIOUS CONFECTIONERY Purest sugars, flavors, freshest fruits :uaranteed to soften the hardest heart. Sweet girl We guess y-e-s! Why not remember her today? Rochon's Kandy Kitchen Confectioners and Ice Cream Specialists The New In the basement of the Oliver Block is i i l i l i ii Now Open c. L. UPTON Proprietor i I i i i MISS H. A. DEMPSEY A.T.C.M.- Bachelor of Music (Trin TJniv.) Teacher of piano, organ and theory, principal of the piano dept., Leth- bridge Conservatory of Music. _ Pu- pils prepared for all examinations. For terms address Lethbridge Con- servatory of Music, or residence, cor Arbyle Ave., and; Bartlett St. Phone 244. SINGING. Miss Ursula Archer, pupil of the celebrated teacher, William Shake- speare, will receive pupils in singing and voice production. Also engage- sas City boy like could not finish him. a demon, but the Letbbridge Conservatory of Music. GREAT BILL Q'HARA New York Teleffram serve that William citizen of ,STew .York, is not ing but a Irish- man." In the fourth inning yester- DR. c. c. CRAGG I Physician and Surgeon- I Office to 11 a.m.. Please -ra" 7 to 8 to day, after Murray had hit the ball almost to the left field fortifications for three bases, O'Hara picked out a fast one which Kroh pitched to him, and bent the weight of his young life j against the ball. It travelled so rapidly that Hofman, who is the jto fastest man on the Chicago team, just failed to tag it by inches. Phone Office 125- House 94. For Victoria Day, May 24th, the Canadian Pacific Railway Company announce a of fare and one third for the round trip. Tickets will be on sale May 22nd., 23rd. and 24th.. Rood to return until May 26th. 128-10 a game of Shortly after that Chance tapped a The low, fast dropping fly back of second ball shot by him and started to find base. O'Eara took after the ball the fence which Murray's hit had al- and as 'he came most reached. O'Hara slipped around the bases at forty knots an hour, with Murray ahead of him. When he 'cleared them all for a home run "Chief" Myers' face was illuminated by the broadest smile that he had in stock. "Chief" certainly does -like trooping over his left hand the and green stuck -out scooped it full speed not more than a foot from the ground. It is interesting to Canadians to know that O'Hara was a graduate from the Toronto amateur ranks about five years ago. PANTS IN ALL VARIETIES A pair of "Sovereign Brand" Pants is up to date in it is a stripe or fancy design or plain color correct cut is there. We put the foundation of "Sanford" quality in every pair. Superior workmanship and high grade fabrics. The proof is in the wearing. Try a pair. Sold by leading clothiers everywhere. Ask your dealer for them, or write us and we will tell you where to get them. W. E. Sanford Mfg Co. Hamilton Winnipeg See their window display of Alberta's Pride Made by The Lethbridge Brewing and Malting Co.______ Ford St. West Phone 390 ;