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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta tHE LETHBRIftCE HERALQ. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1909 RAGE .SEVEN MACLEOD BRO The Great Clothiers of the Great West FOR FALL APPAREL That's what we Patrons fenow It We built up the business we are biggest m the Great giving more value for cash than any other house. This year we are going to double it by using the same methods. Gail and know how we do business Fall Suits Classy patterns and designs, fabrics strong, every guaranteed worth one-third more than we Can you pass this up? All iiew and up to the minute in style. Regular suit, silk serge lined, in allthe new shades, sale price Regular suit, they are so far away 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 brbad lapels, the artistic flaps on coat and vest, the cor- rect thing in cuffs on coat, the right dip to the coat front, he hang of the trou sers, all shew the skill of the maker. Over 300 suits to choose to sale price Swagger in Style. Latest Patterns Overcoats made from imported Scotch and Irish Woollens at same prices asked for domestic goods We are direct importers. Special prices this week 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 and InCoon J90. A guarantee with every coatsold CLOTHING WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Fall Shades in Newest Fall Shapes in Stiff and Soft. A regular sale price Snaps in Shoes, Snaps in Underwear, Snaps in Hose, Snaps in Shirts Extra Help to Wait On Customers On Saturday MACLEOD BROS. The Great Clothiers of The Great West PHONE444 LETHBRIDGE P.O. BOX 1352 SPORT AND. AMUSEMENTS Line-Up Today At Pittsburg Pittsburg, Pa., Oct. the American League champions, and Pittsburg, the winners of the Nation- al League pennant will meet here to- morrow in the opening game of the series which will decide the baseball Championship of the world for 1909. It is expected that people will witness the games. The teams likely line up as follows: Detroit: D. Jones, l.f.; Bush, s.s.; Cobb, r.f.; Crawford, c.f.; Moriarity, 3b.; Delhanty, 2b.; Tom -Jones; lb.; Schmidt, c.; Mullin, p. Pittsburg: Bryne, 3b.; Leach, c.f.: Clarke, l.f.; Wagner, s.s.; Wilier, 3b.; Abstein, lb.; Wilson, r.f.; Gibson, c.; Camnitz. Standing In the National New York, Oct. the pen- aant floating securely over the Pitta- jburg Club House for another twelve months the 1909 championship base- ball season passed into history to- day. Boston and Brooklyn won the final victories of the season, the for- mer defeating Philadelphia, and- the latter Xew York. The final stand- ing of the clubs follows: Lost Money In Vancouver Vancouver, B, C., Oct. ing to the Vancouver World baseball was a disaster in this city this sea- son, and the management will have to look some pla ce for which was lost in the pastime. ever, it is believed that there are enough good loyal fans in the burg to dig down and get up a good team for next year. The World says that bad management caused all tne loss. If money, a very little money, had been spent on the team early in the season and the team had been turned into a pennant possibility there would have been crowds out to the ;ames. National Won Pittsburg......... 110 Chicago............104 New York......... 92 Cincinnati 77 Philadelphia 74 Brooklyn............ 55 St. Louis 54 Boston 45 Lost Pctg. 42 49 61 76 79 98 98 108 724 680 eoi 504 484 119 355 294 Sale Of Seats At Detroit Detroit, Mich., Oct. than people were in line patiently, waiting for tickets when five" thou- sand pavillian seats for the World's Baseball Championship games here next Monday and Tuesday were plac- ed on sale today. The seats for each afternoon were disposed ol as fast as the ticket sellers could push them through the windows in pairs. To avoid, ticket scalpers only tickets "-were sold to one individual." Only general admissions are now left for the two games all the reserved seats having been disposed of on. Tuesdav. MID-WEEK CHANGE OF BILL Barrett Co. in an "Abraham Lin- coln" Maybelle with More Stories It is not often that the mid-week j change of bill at a vaudeville theatre is as deserving of mention as the j last half this week at the Eureka. Barrett Co. appear in a sketch i entitled "Abraham Lincoln." Mr. Bar- iret impersonates the great American president in a day's routine of duties in. war time, and the likeness is in- striking, in face and figure. But even better are many incidents in Lincoln's life which are brought out, including several of "Honest Abe's" stones. In every way the 'reproduc- tion is well carried out, and tfven in the land .of the "Union brings to. the audience'a .thrill of ad- miration and wonder as they- sit for a few minutes in the impersonated presence of America's -world'beloved president.' Miss Maybelle, while the change in her act was >not so marked as awith the Barretts, xvas even better than ih the early part of the week. Her stor- ies last night won such hearty ap- plausa as is rarely given to a vau- deville and made her popularity doubly assured. Her work is out of the ordinary, humorous, and very well put'on. Her singing also is very good, and -wins much applause. Results At the Rifle'Ranges Results at rifle range, Wednesday, afternoon: 300 yds. 500 yds. Sgt.-Maj. Raven 22 J. S. Johnston.. 19 E. E. Carver 4 W. Porter 15 W. Watts 22 D. C. McDonald. 22 A. R. Canning... 20 F. Bryons 21 H.'H. Johnston. 21 24 16 17 2 14 24 7 17 16 4 J13 16 35 21 15 36 44 31 38 35 33 R. Lloyd 19 W. McCullough 2 A. Neidig 20 The following did not fire at the 200-yd. range 500 yds. Tl. S. M. Sims 8 J. Burnett 14. Dr. M. V. Gallivan 12 12 Dr. A. Watson 19 19 C. H. Atcherly 19 19 A. P. White 11 11 W. Haynes H n V. Biner........................ 10 10 C. Ross Tate 16 16 C. H. Divine 17 17 Next practice Saturday afternoon at 1 p.m. Nine new members Wed- nesday. The paid-up membership now numbers fifty-one. The Association will hold their an- nual meet on Thanksgiving Day, Qct. 25th. Efforts are being made to make the meet a most successful one.' and a subscription list is being taken around to secure the support of the business men of the city. Golf Intercollegiate Championship Meet New York, Oct. and Yale golfers have qualified to meet for the intercollegiate team cham- pionship, which is being decided over the the Apawamis Club links at Rye, N. Y. Harvard, which was without the services of W. Fellowes Morgan, jr., defeated Williams by 5 up to 1 in the single and 2 points to 1 in the best ball match. The only man to score in the singles for Williams was R. N. Jackson, run- ner up to Robert C. Watson at Sfcin- necock, and in the same position to B. P. Merryman in the final of the Connecticut championship. In the encounter between Yale Princeton the latter made a much, bolder bid .than had been expected. Albert Scckel, who is one of the best and probably the soundest exponent of the formidable brigade of Chicago proved his prowess by defeating Rob- ert Hunter, head- ot the Yale team, by 4 up and 3 to play. ;