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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 6, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta TME LETHBBIDQg OAILV HERALD WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1809. PAGE tEVEN MacLEOD EROS The Great Clothiers of the Great West FOR FALL APPAREL That's what we Advertise--Our Patrons Know It We built up the business we are doing-the biggest in the Great West-by giving more value for cash than any other house. This year we are going to doubie it by using the same methods. Call and know how we do business Fall Suits Classy patterns and designs, fabrics strong, every suit guaranteed worth one-third more than we ask. Can you pass this up ? All new and up to the minute in style. Regular $16 suit, silk serge lined, in all the new shades, sale price - - - Regular $20.00 suit, they are so far away from the ordinary in design, sale price Right here is where we always score a Hit and a Fit The fabrics are swell designs in New Colorings. The broad lapels, the artistic flaps on coat and vest, the correct thing in cuffs on coat, the right dip to the coat fr^nt^ he hang of the trousers, all show the skill of the maker. Over 300 suits to choose from, worth $25.00 to $30.00, sale price - - - . - $12 $15 $18 Overcoats Swagger in Style. Latest Patterns OvercoaU made from imported Scotch and Irish Woollens at same prices asked for domestic goods We are direct importers. Special prices this weetc $9.00 $12.00 $15.00 $18.00 In Fur Lined and Coon Coats we are the Fur Kings of the Great West. Take time to look them over. Can Quote Prices Wholesale and Deliver the Goods. Genuine All Wool Beaver and Melton shells, Dark Musk Rat Lined, Canadian Otter Collar at $60 and $75 In Coon Coats at $50, $60, $75, $90. A guarantee with every coat sold CLOTHING WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HATS Fall Shades in Newest Fall Shapes in Stiff and Soft. A regular $3.50, sale price - $2.50 Snaps in Shoes, Snaps in Underwear, Snaps in Hose, Snaps in Shirts ^ ' Extra Help to Wait On Customers On Saturday MacLEOD BROS. f The Great Clothiers of The Great West PHONE 444 - L�THBRIDGE - P.O. BOX 1352 Sports TAKE AFFIDAVIT GOT NO MONEY Certain Sports in the Province Can Get Back to Amateur Ranks A very iiriportiint inpcting of the Boaicl of Governors of the Alberta Aniutcuv Athletic As^socintion was liold in Edmonton last week with the followi^.ig meinbLTs pres.ent: M. S. McCartliy, Calgary, chairinnn; F. A. \Vn!k(?r, Fort Saskatchewan; W. A. Bucluniiii), I/etlibriilgp; J. W. Ward, EilnioJiton, and H. Ballantync, Calgary. In viftw ol the recent ngree-nwnt reached by the Canadian Amateur Athletic Union and the Athletic Federation ol Canada, and the con-ai'quent new: interpretation put up u'Pt back, but henceforth ; any .Mich offence will be S' vercly pun- i ishiMl I It wiiK ;il.s(j dcci Icfl that niei) com-lietinir in un.siuictioned meets should j \>f snsppiiclcd lor thirty days. P. D. i (Jnriloii of Fort Saskatchewan is the ] j i\r^i Duin to b-' piuii.shi-d nnder thi.H i "BULLER' OOMU IN IK, f AND SK INON. 2 for 26c. TOOKE BROfl. LIMimi, MONTRIAI. MAKERS OF MMTai OOLUB*. TlEa VEiT�-ANO (MPORTEm OF MEN-a FimNISHINOaw 13 SHOULD FIGHT BEFOREHAND Jeffries Should Give Line on His Condition Before Meeting Negro f?OCHESTE� GOOD TO PLAYERS | Rochester, V. Y, Oct. 5,-As a re-' suit of the benefit tendered the Ro-ohest draw a crowd. COMES INTO THE FOLD San Francisco, Oct. 6.-The California State Baseball League known as an "outlaw" organization came into the fold of organized baseball yesterday when Frank A, Harriman, representing the directors, signed artio-les with Cal Swing, president of the Pacific Coast League, whereby the State League becomes nffilia(.ed with the national organization with a class "B" rating. According to the plans San Francisco, Stockton, Oakland, SaoTamen,tQl, Pro�no and ont ether city yet to be named will form the leapue next year. SECURES TORONTO PLAYERS Toronto, Oct. 5.-Oon Jones, the Vancouver Incro.^fii. magnate who is at the King Edward on hi.s way from Nmv Yoilk, i.s in c(qnfcrencc wlith. several of the Tecumseh players. The men wh(j met him wore Harry Afur-ti'ii, Pickering, A^lanison and Giif-filli.s. VVliat arraiige/nent,s they came to is a dark secret, but these players will doiibtlea.-; be with Vancouver next spcing. it is stated that Adani-soii will go out on Thursday of this week and the jewelry business will he handed over to Pickering in Van-en ver. The los.s of four players will be a serious one to the Toctnnsvh team. Con also si>cured Johnny Howard wliile in Montreal. I PREPARE FOR GREAT CROWD AT PITTSBURG I'ittebiirg, Oct. 5.-While the aim I of having the di.stinotion of seating a greater number of persons than f^Pr before uticiuleci a baseball game National League club is busily en-1 fsaised in perfecting arrangements for the openiiig of the world's championship battle between the Detroit American.? and the Pittsburg National chibs here ne.vt Friday. At Forfaefi' Field where the confliot will be waged, a force of workmen in icrjnslructing 8,000 additional ae.nte, fivst buildins a false fence some distance from the present boundary. How many people will attend the games here Friday and Saturday is j (iiicstioiiablo, but from pro.erioil of training and working for hi.s fight with Johnson will interest many of the kccn-eycd gehtlemcn who like to turn a sure, if not strictly a sporting, penny on events not loo closely watched hy a major part favorites is not only an old, but it is frequently a lucrative profession to those who follow the ring. For the favorite, especially of late years, is by no means the winner of cvea half the events scheduled. "JefSrics js sure to be made the betting choice when ho and Johnson step Into the ring five or six months later. Pride of race as well as a sincere belief in the ability of this man-torpedo will make lot that and lull to steep the suspicions that may be entertained as to Johnson's ability. Yet JcRries is going the way to make himself the man we ought to bet against. Johniion has dissipated, it is probably true, while Jeffries la going to the temperance lino ; but Johnson is seeking fights, while Jefl is ignoring them, and this is a point that will have a material bearing on the result. "To hopo to get back his lighting efficiency, Jeffries must actually return to the ring and fight aeveial minor engagements of a serious enough character to put him to a test. Remember, Jellrics has not fought in years. His muscles bara lost the ready response that plenty of action lend and whioh is seldom ' regained, once thoroughly / relaxed. His judgment ol distance, his accuracy of footwork-everything has been impaired. And while ho may restore .strength and mere niggodness, therf^ {is nothing that can lend the nice ami j accurate touch to efficiency as con-j slant practice. ".lohnson will fight hlmnlf Into I ronrtition, and that is the way to get ' into .shape. Physical culture, Carls-I hads and the ropo-skipping stunt arc \ all right as side isstics. But for the i world's champion who wants to be ! greht, ,ind rcnfain so, fighting alone ' can keep him at the proper pitch. So ; if .Jelt gets into the' ring against [ .lohn.son without having had a fight, he canno.t jget much money on him in the region of the wise. All the careful men will bo taking the odds offered the white party, regardless of I race or pride. ,\s for mc, give me ; the man who fights all the time, not i the alfalfa-raised hero of other days, i "If Jeff does not get into tho ring before he meets Johnson he will be extremely foolish. Either that or he will bo wiser than the serpent. But in any ca.sc, he will not be giving a host of adipring people a proper run for their money, by not fighting." CHINESE GAMBLERS ' Port Arthur, Oct. 6.-Seventeen Chinamen were arrPBted in a police raid on a Pearl .'.r.et CliinesQ store and charged with gambling. They put up bail and will appear on Wednesday for trial. GIRLS C30T THE JOBS Toronto. Oct. 5.-A note left by A, : Kerr, aged 70, w)io .suicided today by taking' carbolic acid at his lodgitig, : .'aid tho reason was that ho could , not get II job because so many young (iris were employed. He was dyi.ig ; wli^n found and expired in the hospital. .1 M^-^HPlBK-*^'-.^*' GIVE THE POLICE V'QUOR Hnniilt'ii), Oct. S.-Mayor McLaren I inmlc II series of ssnsalional charges I against the police at this morning's session nf the conimis.sioners. : He cl.iima that a number ef hotel men are in the h;ibit of supplying liquor ' fne to offlcora on duty. The commission has asked the license com* ' missionera to investigate md puniih ;