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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, IMI. SPORTS AND AMl'SK.MENTS HOCKEY CLUB WINTER AT PJNCHER ARE GOING vmnasiuin classes Herald's Action In Re- cent Race Contro- versy Approved Pineher Creek, meeting at which a good deal of business was im. filling up rapidly, especially the disposed of look place in the council {young men's elasses. These are held chamber on Tuesday evening, the os-j On Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and tensible purpose oi which was to evt-ning from 8 to 0.30. The organize the hockey elub. This was j tu.w physical director, F. S. Kilmer, done on motion of Messrs. Purkiss j who for two years was assistant dii and Tucker. The patrons of the club rector at Winnipeg Y.M.C.A, is hand- ior 1909-1010 are -John Herron, M.P-. i jinK the classes in fine style and the and E. Mitchell. Dr. Warnock are delighted with his work- was appointed honorary president; T. provision is made for business .1. Moore, president; Wm. Gordon, j men's frOm 5 to f; on Tues-j 1st Vice-President; and K. P. Stew-idays and and for busy men. art. secretary-treasurer. The to take at dinner live committee consists of Messrs. hQUr classes are arranged on Mon- Purkiss, G-illespie, and Tucker. davs and Thursdays from 6 to 6.40. j A motion was passed that the last! Classes for boys are on from 4.15 named committee make enquiries rel- to 5.15 on Mondays and from 3 to 4 I ative to the proposed skating and j on Saturdays, while the ladies can j curling rink ami the prospects of classes at -1.30 on Wednesday at-j being built. ternoons. j Among other resolutions passed was j Mr. Kilmer is on the job all the j one that a masquerade ball be heM. time and anyone wishing to find out j on Friday, December 3rd. Another j more about the classes can find him j appointing a printing or advertising j almost any time at the club j committee in connection with the. j rooms in the basement of Weslev Marvellous Bargains just to hand in SUITS 165 Boys' Suits, all sizes, snappy styles, with knicker proposed ball, etc., and still another one to write the neighboring towns Church, corner of Redpath and' Bur- dett St. There is plenty of room with a view to the formation of a J vet for others to join the several j classes and thus take advantage of the instruction and baths provided. Lethbridge In Hockey League The foregoing is a summary of the business transacted at what was an animated meeting in which much in-j terest was manifested by all present, j each person seeming keen that the j hockey club and winter sports gener-j_________ ally start this year on a Rood sound.! re_ basis. The utmost satisfaction, as J iri organized recently has written to well as appreciation is expressed in- s th _nrl Lethbndge inquiring if the Hockey circles here the laired here is desirous of enteringV honorable stand taien by-the Dal, Herald in connection with the Mara- man and Cowley. K. P. Stewart is thon Race at Coleman on ing Dav. It is thought bv many here i i the secretary of the Pineher Greet that the Herald's prompt action the matter will have a tendency to jl' put an end to further unscrupulous j tactics or false reports emanating j COUNTED OUT BY THE from rival towns. Let us all sincere j SUPREME REF-REE 3y hope so. j _-------------------------- Britt, Manager of Two Cham- pion 'Fighters, Passed Away Suddenly on Saturday I GOOD TIMES FOR CONGO NATIVES The Belgian Government Announces San Francisco, Nov. F. _ Britt. manager of Stanley Ketchell a Protect for Far-Reach- 1 and Battling Nelson, and better ing Reforms -known to his intimates as Willus. Brussels, Belgium, Nov. died on Saturday at St. -Joseph's Minister of Colonies announced ycster hospital of a hemorrhage of the sto- j day in the Chamber or Deputies the j inach. j government's project- for reforms in j Britt, who was taken ill the day j the Congo Independent state. The col i before, placed himself in the hands of! ony will be opened to free trade in'Dr. J. M. Stowell. The physician] three successive stages from sent hjm to the hospital in question, j 1910. to July, 1912. The state rc-jan-d up tni noon chances oi serves five areas of hectaresi recovery seemed hopeful. i acres) each. The He was taken with the hemmorhage j sion companies must negotiate with al- j o'clock and at three o'clock he j the government for the delivery of i passed away. their concessions for free trade before j Britt was 32 years of age, and was July 1, 1912. a native of San Francisco. He was j The government promises that the; educated at .the Polytechnic High i natives will be "well treated, the tax-j school and later he became a report-! es reduced, and "whenever on lhe gan prancisco Examiner.! they will he paid in money. TheJHP abandoned the newspaper field! food tax will be abandoned, porterage j when the rush Ior tne Klondykc set} in many places _ surpassed, and the ilK but met jjttje sliccess u-.nea government's agents will -no longer fortunes in the frozen j be fed at the expense of the natives, j norln< j The rubber, forests will be replanted.! Ag ijuj winie Britl jjad a iikingj King LeOpOM during the present j for boxing and took part in many of year will give to fight theithe iocal amateur tourneys. His sleeping sickness and an additional j brother Jimmy, who was a couple of in 1910. The government i years younger, also developed boxing spend between and improving sanitation. Congo schools will be opened, especially ag- ricultural and professional. Firdt cre- dit of will be asked for the introduction of these reforms. 4; 4; 4: 4 4! 4 4) 4; 4 4 4 43 4) 4 4 4; 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 A: 4 Although Stanford University has dropped rowing, a club called Lake Lagunita Boat Club has been or- talent, and when it became patent that Jimmy was destined to shine as a professional pugilist, "Willie threw his own gloves asid-e and blossomed out as his brother's manager. As a handler of Jimmy's affairs and those of other champions later, Willie proved that he -was able to hold, his own with the best men in his line. Boyish looking and not ganized among the students, and has j at ajj voiced, he was insistent arranged a race with the University j through and through and it was scl- of Washington crew. cora that he failed to gain the "best terms possible for the men he reprc-j sented. j Of late years Willie has managed j Rattling Nelson and Stanley Ketchell j and it must be said he secured im- porlani matches for his charges and I put them in the way of amassing much monev. Neither of the men AND GET YOUR MEALS AT THE Victoria Mansions I Afternoon Bring -your friends and try s. SUNDAY HOURS namid met wiih a reverse Bunder Britt's handling until Ketchell was sent against .Jack Johnson at Cot- froth's arena a couple of weeks GOTCH IN GOOD FORM Chicago. Xov; Frank Gotch, thci world's champion wrestler, showed' his old time form Saturday night, when in his match at the "Empire theatre he disposed of two opponents Uzzler nnd Fred less than twelve minutes. The Bell was beaten in "the last 'race in which he part at the Lexington meeting, but it is that he. will be" on hawl when ice races commence in Canada. t 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4) 4 43 4 4; 4 4; 4 43 4r 4b 4; 4. HATS AND CAPS in soft aiad stiff, in all the new Pall and Winter shapes and-colors. Prices ___.........-. up to golf styles, all wool material, fur in bands and knit bands, in fancy and plain colors. SI.2-5 men's Winter Caps, at Men's Heavy Etoff Pants. A wonderful bargain. Regular Moving sale price Men's Heavy Oxford double and t-wistsd pure wool: made in Truro; N. S. Regular Moviog sale SHIRTS Another large consignment of those wonderful shirts to hand. Scotch Zephers and.English Percale: coat fine dress, shirts, with cufl's attached. A regular I 00 shirt. Moving sale price. Heavy the line we are giving- away for .........65C Blue Flannel. A regular Moving sale Men's Heavy Wool regitlar. T5c quality. All sizes 34 to 44. Moving Sale price..............................40c Men's Heavy Grey Wool Fleece. A regular 90c. Moving sale price .......V..................- Heavy Ribbed Silk Fleece. Keg- Moving Sale price .65c Stanfield's Bed Label. All sizes. Moving: Sale price Stanfield's Blue Label. All sizes. Moving Sale price Stanfield's Black Label. All sizes. Moving Sale Stanfield's Finest Quality Made. Regular S3.00. Moving Sale price at moving sale prices. the lines we are clearing out at pants same as cut, regular suits, moving sale price JH J) Young Men's Military Collar Overcoats just to hand, sizes 28 to 35. Dark wool, shadow stripe, beaver cloth, silk serge lined, mohair sleeve lining. A reg- ular moving sale price ft 3 Boys' Underwear, wool fleece lined, sizes 20 to 32, regular 50c quality, moving sale price Boys'Wool Underwear, sizes 22 to 32, regular 65c quality, moving sale price 4vlC 58 SNAPPY OVERCOATS JUST TO HAND TODAY SEM 34 to 44 I3ST.ALL WOOL CHESTERFIELD AND MILITARY A Regular saleUL A Beg. Sale A -Reg. sale A Reg. Sale IN FUR-LINED OVERCOATS WE LEAD THE WORLD. SEE OUR COAT WE OFFER AT AN ALL WOOL BEATER SHELL, MUSK RAT LINED, CANADIAN OTTER COLLAR. WORTH AT LEAST 30 PER CENT MORE THAN WE ASK. ALSO AT S75, AND ALL WE ASK IS TO DROP IN AND SEE. Black Bear Coats at Brovna Bufalo at IN COON SEE OUR ALL OUR HIDH GRADE SUITS CUT TO THE BONE- SUITS FROM TO MOVING SALE SUITS OF QUALITY ARE THE ONLY KIND YOU CAN BUY AT McLEOD BROS. WE ONLY BUY CLOTHING THAT WE CONFIDENTLY BACK WITH A GUARANTEE MONEY REFUNDED IF NOT SATISFIED, THAT IS HOW WE BUILT UP OUR THE BIGGEST IN THE GREAT WEST. SUITS AT UP TO The Great Clothiers of The Great West CLOTHING WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 317 CR.ABB STREET CALGARY Oiir Present Store to Rent: Possession on Nov. 15 LETHBRIDGE i I I I I I I I ;