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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDQE DAILY SATURDAY. OCTOBER 2, I MM. PAGE SPORTS Clothes that last a you do not outgrow them in girth or otherwise. In the making of fine Dress Clothes we excel. We rest type-system and its proof upon the Dress Suits and we are able to sell these at wholesale prices Dress. Suits at S30-and Tuxedo Jackets at and Frock Coats at and The varying prices represent the difference in the Duality-of the, black vicuna and in the weight and Duality of the silk linings used. These are garments which you often want and burs is. a store where- you can get what you want when you want it. Bijly Papke is getting; ready 'for "a hard campaign, now that his old ri- val Ketchel is tied up with Ms date of October 12 calling for a i with Jack Johnson. The KVwMnee man, looking the 'picture'of health, has been sojourning in Chicago, Irv- ing out his automobile On the but will cut.out the easy side of life in a few days to for his bouts with Willie and winner of the Frank Kaus-Hugo Kelly contest. Papke is bcok.xi to cackle Lewis on October i at Now York, whiie .the winner of the 'Kelly: Klause match, will bet sent' against former champion later ia Octo- ber at New Orleans. From Los Angeles comes word that Tom boss of the Pacific Vthletic a busy sea- son of heavy-weight attractions for the boxing enthusiasts. He will set the ball in motion by putting on the Johnson-Barry match, and after this morsel is consumed 'every- likely frVvf1 11 i. co. j wci0m; wiu have a chance to show his skill. According to 3IcCar- I ey's contention the little fellows are all right for scientific boxrno- treats but when it comes to slugging and actual fighting the giants furnish tho real thrillers. The fans like to hear the thump of the huge fists on -the chests of the 'heavy-weights, and Mc- Carcy is Beginning to see a light. Battling Nelson will not ,b0x again Before some date in November and "Cyclone" .Johnny Thompson is like- DIPLOMAT "DIPLOMAT" The collar that goes into good society. Correct for street, dress and evening wear. 2 for 25c. IRON FRAME for 50c. TOOKE BROS. LIMITED, MONTREAL i OF SHIRTS. COLLARS. TIES, VESTS IMPORTERS OF MEN'S FURNISHINGS. Governor-General Laid Cornerstone (Concluded from rjrst Page.) those present from the south A. J. McLean, M.P.P. of Tajjer; C. Genge, M.P.P. Of- Macleod; A. Buchanan. M.P.P. of Leth- brirlire-; J. W. Wo0ii, M.P.P. of Card- ston L. M. Roberts, M.P.P. of Hip a River; Mayor Henderson of Leth- bridge, A. F. XleHtfflie. Raymond; J Mftrcelhw. ex-M.P.P.. IMncher Creek Atex Cameron, Coleman Okas. Clark High .River, and A. Mao leod. Fall Over- embroglio with Umpire ELlem Rafepayers In Norih Ward (Continued from Page One.) take place at once so as allow the men time to get acquainted. with the 'ratepayers in whose interests they were to run. B. Davies remarked that he thought they were getting away from the real purpose of the meeting and urged that these- matters be taken up at once. Jas. Barclay objected stating that! they were there to discuss the city's f interests and to buck the council if' necessary for not fulfilling their trust j to the people. He criticized things in general for the past few years, particularly the erection of schools, that he maintain- ed had to be torn down and replac- ed, by larger .ones and fire halls that admitted of no additions. He wanted men in time to council that can give their .the city's, 'affairs and: that Johnny Kling is to cast -his lot i have the moral stamina to. stand by1 lot "with the Chicago semi-profession-1 their opinions. ia colony. The former backstop Resolution Passed t-e- Cubs is not .worrying, .because he! Mr. Davies moved that a commit has incui-red the ref red for three years for of the Na- part coats have that individ- uality of style that the young man appreciates Every line, every curve is just right, and bears the unmistakable mark of Sanford work- manship. If your dealer does not keep them, write US W. E. SANFORD Mfg. Co., Ltd. WINNIPEG HAMILTON tee be appointed to secure names for P in. establishment of ?ard pollin; men o games players. The boot5l in the North Ward pre Chi- ------o ;l.v to be his next opponent. Followirio- Ca's'0 and I hope .to take part in sev- fl.tt 4-Vn- 1 r A. SOUTHARD, AGENf, LEfHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. an offer from Manager Larney tenstein to send his man agtaiist son, the Hegrewisch boxer said that he would accept the bout at once if he was offered for Ms share. can draw enough. On the coast to make it worth while for the pro- moters to give me he said, "and I think I can. get it, McFar- jland doesn't, want to fight. He talks a lot, but he idoh't mean business. He fell back once on the plea he was an in a lawsuit. I guess he'd. ..do if I took him up seriously." [and the amounts coming io them. prizes .at our fair have always been pieud out' in "the week following the fair; and-this year is no excep- tion to the I migiht say .that the race money was paid out on the day following- the fair, and at. this quite a number of the exhibition prizes have already been paid, and the .balance unpaid through not hav- ing been called tor by the end of this week will be sent nut by cheqjie dur- ing' next week. I .would suggest that your Pincher Creek correspondent should, in 'the AGENTS: McKELVlESc McGUIRE ames at.. local parks.... I 'have been successful with semi-pro baseball in Kansas City, my billiard hall" has been, a money-maker and T can see nOthii% ib'ut a brilliant future before the olher business ventures with which lam- identified." infan it Stanley Ketchel is confident that he- can defeat Johnson, particularly since the latter's battle with Kauf- maa. "I do not expect to penetrate Johnson's wonderful defense in the first few says Ketchel, ''but I propose to weaken him with at- tacks on the guard. His fight with Ivaufman shows that his body is The Naps of 1910 "will differ great- ly from the Naps of 1909. Few .men who are now members of the Mc- Guire forces will 'represent the Ohio city next year.. According, to present plans, Eioades, Berger and .Sitton, pitchers Clarke, and Bercis, catch- the same io the council at their meet- ing. The motion .was carried and Messrs. Frayne, Mmmojis and Boul- ton named'for the'committee. A-resolution was also passed in the form of endorsing a" petition that the city be divided into three or more wards as provided; for by the city charter. There was considerable discussion on this question for and against but the general consensus.of opinion seern ed to favor the resolution as a step Coward securing "proper representa- tion. A committee consisting- of Messrs. ers Bradley, .Turner and Ball, in-1 Matthews, Davies and Barclay was fielders, and Flick, outfielder, will be, appointed .to secure names for this dropped, at the close of .this season over the entire city before presenting it to the council. Although many wished the nomin- ation of the North Ward candidates at once it was deemed advisable to or before the next season opens. Some of these men will go to the minors, and others .will be traded to some other big. league club. Clarke and Bradley will go to the New York Highlanders, and it is probable that will go. to some other clubi most vulnerable point and that wm :is expected "to lead -some be my object of attack. Johnson Is [minor league club. Ball is slated to find the minors; and the same may be Beinis and Sitton. Terry Turner will probably hoofc up with ome big league team. a fancy, but slow -hitter, and I will have no trouble .avoiding his leads There is not the least 'doubt that will be the champion pugilist in short time and that Jeffries will OUR LETTER BOX. PINCHER CREEK FAIR FINANCES 'Pincher Creek, Sept.. 30th. Editor Ijetfroridge Herald Sir issue of Monday Sept. contains certain assertions re- the Pincher Creek Agricul- tural Association that are absolutely wrong- and without The heading, "Can't pay the prizes at is an absolute falsehood. No -one has yet been refused their prize money, and no one will be. Every secretary of an agricultural fair knows that it takes some time to make out the list of prize winners future, be sure, of his facts before hei publishes such downright sPared ignominy which he dread. Hoping that you will publish this mucli in the negro." letter in your next issue to counter- j act the false impression already ere-. President Charles W. Murphy o ated by your paper regarding our the Chicago Cubs, is after John W association j Heyidler, president of the ]STationa ours truly, I Says Murphy -When He vd D. PLTOTEBTT. j ler was 'elected president of th Secretary-Treasurer, league at Louisville, following th funeral of the late Harry Pulliain both Hermann. 'of Cincinnati, and Ebbets. of Brooklyn, objected, on'th theory tihat he was not big- enough for the job. I said give him a chanct LOST MONEY WHILE SHE PRAYED Butte., Oct. of her purse containing while she in prayer at Sacred Heart church yes- terday morning, John Adarnich has asked, the- aid of the police in the man. who sat next to jttrs. Adamick, when the prayer began, but who was missing when the devotions were fin- ished. Mrs. Adamick laid her jurse beside her upon the bench before she knelt, and when she arose it was crone. r MOVING IPlCTUfcESj ADVAISIGED VAUDEVILLE PICTURES 1 Power of labor 2 Ringleader 3 Can't Lose Wife's Ma Continuous Performance Burton Bradt Co., In a very Funny Sketch. "The Shadow.1' Frank Condon, Singing and Dancing Com- edian. let him show 'us whether or rot h possesses the "qualifications necessary for the job. He has had his chine.- so far .as I am concerned, and 3 know, he is too small, too prejudiced to be president of the Nations League." statement follow The Club Cafe SUNDAY, OCTOBER 3 AT FIVE O'C L 0 C K UPTON'S POOL ROOM Is supplied with the BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA And is cool, bright and pleasant. Best Cigars and Tobaccos in stock: Barber Shop in Connection Basement of Oliver Block Relishes Queen Olives; India Relisb Black Walnuts Soup Cream of Corn Fish" Fried Fillets of White Fish Salad Sliced Tomatoes Pickled Beets Shrimp Salad. Jlayonnaise Entrees Boiled Leg of Mutton, caper sauce Jelly Onfclet Chicken Giblets Saute on toast Unjointed Spring Chicken, smothered Southern Beef Hash au Crouton Extra Porterhouse Steak, 'pan. fried Larnb Fricassee and Dumplings Roasts Stuffed Spring Chicken, dish gravy Prime Cut of Native Beef au jus Loin of Young Pork green apple sauce Fillet of Veal and dressing Vegetables Mashed jand steamed Potatoes Green Peas Baked Sweet. Potatoes Dessert Apple, Lemon and .Pumpkin Pies Cup Custard, Sliced bananas in cream Steamed Fruit Dumpling Beverages Tea Coffee Milk or Cocoa' lusic by BASEBALL RESULTS American At New. 3t. Louis 7; New York 10. Second ?t. Louis 9; New York 14. At Vashington Cleveland 9. At Oetroit IS; Boston 17. At Philadelphia 12; Chicago 8. wait, and see what the city council did- in regard to the petitions to be brought: before.'them. 'A meeting for the nomination of candidates will be held next Friday evening. MARRIED ON THE ROOF Young Couple Cslebrate the Erection of Vancouver Skyscraper Vancouver, B. C.. Oct. thousand persons thronged the streets in front of the fourtcen-storey sky- scraper being erected for the Domin- ion Trust Company here -to -witness .best they could the marriage of Miss lona 'Fuller and Edward Langor on the roof of the lofty structure. The wedding was the result of the couple's desire to signalize the erection of Vancouver's first skyscraper. SAVE DOCTOR'S BILLS By eating clean, wall-cooked and wholesome food at THE ALEXANDRA CAFE onl} "White Restaurant in the city. It costs uo mor.e titan the cheapest place in the city. We furnish the best the market affords the least possible cost 'to our many patrons. Onr regular three-course Lunches and Dinners 25c. 80c. 3oc. 40c. 45c. and 50c. includes a full line of Vegetables and Dessert N. H. MURRAY, Prop. Corner Round and Dufferin Streets LEARY WILL TRY TO PROVE AN started with the procession of StraV ALIBI j wifcnesses -who- swore that Leaiy any where near the little And That He Was Not Stratton's Vote j east wing of the Stratton headquar- Buyer in West Peterboro [ters at four o'clock on election'day, Petefboro, Oct. defence (when according to. the Bnrnham wit- of Robert H. Leary, alleged -vote j nesses he had pased out two dollars buyer, for J. E. Stratton is an alibi, to voters who were lined np in a-box E.A.Duvernet, counsel for string outside .the den. R. K. ham finished his case in the Leary Hall, who gave up the West Peter- sharges this morning having again rboro seat when J. E. Stratton appear- failed to locate some of his witneses. Ud in the field was one of the -alibi George H. Wilson, E.' C., at once witnesses. Best British Built Plowing Tractor SPECIALLY DESIGNED FOR CANADA Manufactured by Co., Ltd., Gainsborough, England TJ M a s- SZ C (8 -2 O 1-8 >v "3 ea ft ft" QQ 3 Q c_ cu s sr? a... to "o 3 CL S- o (n Cft p? 2 o 0- CD C- Q- -sl 25 Horse Four Cylinder "CANADIAN'' PLOWING TRACTOR capable of developing 60 to 70 Brake H.P. This Engine can be relied on> do the work above mentioned, year in and year out, weather permitting Representatives: The WESTERN CANADA AGENCY, ;