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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY MtRALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, PAGE FIVK WINGS ARE POPULAR HERE IS OUR "IMPL RECORDER" MADE IN 2, AND INCH 2 for 25c. IRON FRAME for 60c. IN 2 AND ONLY. TOOKE BROS. LIMITED. MONTREAL MAKERS Ofc 6HIRT8, COLLARS. TIES. VESTS- AMD IMPORTERS-OF MEN'S FURNISHINGS. 11 LEAGUES'S TOUR, BEST ._ the American League "ba ttiag1 av- erages, which have now been comput- ed for the past season, Ty. the Georgia wonder, and star ant-winuing Detroit Tigers', is so far ahead of any. other batsman., hi- the league that he shows he is in a class by. himself. Only four men in, the. en- tire American League batted over .300 during the past season. Out of this quartette, the Detroit Tigers can claim Ty. Cobb and Crawford, the center fielder. The names and records of the four who have passed the .300 mark are G AB R- iCobb 150 57G 116. Collins 153 570 105 Lajoie 128 -171 56 Crawford 156 590 S3 ANNUAL EFFORT TO OUST PAT POWERS PROGRAMME H 21G 196' 153 185 .37-1 .343 .325 .313 HUGH DUFFY TO MANAGE CHICAGQS Detroit.. Mich., Oct. Duf- fy, who is at present at Mount Clem- admitted last night pvef the long .distance telephone that he will man- age the Chicago Americans next'year1: "I have come to terms with .Mr. Comiskey, of the Chicago' American League he said, "but for cer- 1 tain reasons personal to myself was not ready, to make it. public. I will "be manager and have been given free rein with the team. I am tickled to death to be with the old Roman again. I played with him 19 years '.ago and a squarer man never lived." i BREAKS RECORD. THROW New Oct. stand- ing for a quarter of a since long distance throw made by Ed. Crane, who heaved a baseball 407 feet, has been beaten. Just think of all the >men in base- ball" who, since, 1884, haye-tried to outthrow Crane, Aixd then witness a who calmly hurls the 417 feet further than "any other man has ever succeeded in throwing. Joe Martin, the strong-arrned: youth, who broke Crane's.record, set up the new figures at a field 'meet under the auspices of the' Amateur A'thletic Union here. One regret remains that the, throw was not measured with 'a' steel tape. It was measured withja linen: tape. i and may not be accepted by the Na- tional A. A. U. although the throw as so much over the rec- ord there is no question of it being further than Crane's. From Presidency of Eastern League Is Being Made Again Thif Year New York, Oct. annual meeting of the Eastern League will be 'held here next Tuesday- at the Hotel Victoria. While the presidency of the circuit, which has grown al- most big lie-ague magnitude, .is expected to preoipitate the most in- teresting fight of the assembly, other irons are iu the fire, which should make the convention a real live starter for ..a real live winter of base- ball. A revolutionary movement is on foot to oust Pat T. Powers from the executive chair of the circuit. Ed. Barrows, of Toronto, a former of both the Eastern and Ameri- can Leagues, several weeks ago .an- nounced his candidacy for the chair. Since the last annual, meeting it. is a position ,that has not been 'thrust one's way very hard. The .salary was raised to a year. It has been rumored that Barrows is to withdraw jri-'favor of a dark horse. It is stated oh good author ity at the present'time that the sentiment is on this poinl. Four of the eight elubs favor in the presidency, an equal number are lined up for: the present incumbent. --On ;the attitude of Montreal, which is said to be wavering from the cause of -the present regime, rests Powers' chanc- es of re-election. New Lyceum Theatre Orchestra Prof. Fred. Greve, Leader WOULD NOT DRAW A FINE FINISH Memphis, Term., Oct. Manager Wm. A. Smith, of Pennant winners of the Southern League, has been cited to "appear be- fore the directors at the annual meet- ing here on November th, to .sustain he is alleged to have made to the effect that Atlanta baseball of- ficials dismissed him because he would not "draw a. fine finish on the pennant raw, the, past Smith is at his home in Springfield, Ohio. 1 of the Waves.. Hall 2. on the. Hudson.. Byrmoitz 3. Characteristic tain Dance Tosey 4. Dodo Tudies 5. Club Prior 6. Head 7. Colorado'.......... Armstrong 8. Walteufel i 9. Teudies 10. Rosey 11. Characteristic drop Armstrong 12. The Arcade Galop....... COBB GAVE HIMSELF UP TO SHERIFF Cleveland, Oct. Cobb, the Detroit outfielder, against whom an charging; him George Sthneld, a man at "the Hotel Euclid, weeks ago, came to Cleveland" today- and gave himself up to Sheriff Hirstius. MOVING [PICTURES. ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE Pictures 1 Taming of the Shrew 2 of the Seigneur 3 Beautiful Davis Continuous Performance Miss Clara Burton The Clever Comedienne or The Jolly Old Maid. Tony Johnson's Four and a Half Wonderful Per- forming Dogs. Smoke "Duke's manufac- tured by H. J. Cunningham, Leth- FOOTBALL i A meeting of the Ancient Order of Foresters' Football club will be held in the Balmoral -Hotel, tomorrow (Thursday) evening at 9 o'clock, after the meeting of'toe City'League exec- utive', when arrangements will be inade and the team selected to meet the Si 0. IE. in the replayed tie in the Wright Charity Shield, which will be played in all probability on Thanks- giving Day" ('Monday next, October Ef.NESTF. LAYTON HAVING GREAT SUCCESS Jkmest F. leader at Knox Church, who is away on a tour "with, the Lyceum Concert Co., seems be making a great hit wherever he and is being ranked in the same class with Maxmilian D'C> who is considered the greatest who. ever came to Lethbridge. Ib.2 suc- cess of Mr. Layton is gratifying alike to himself and his friends. Of his performances, the Rbssland Mirier, Sept. 29, says; "Ernest Layton, the violinist, the "Son of an. Hungarian composition very well, and .''n res p< nse to axi encore rendered' Raft's in a 'brilliant'manner During the second part of the pro- Hygienic with clean hands There are no better or more popular goods oti the market to-day tlian Webster's El Presidente and Webster's Clear Havanahs W. R. WEBSTER and CO. SHERBROOKE The only cigar factory in the Dominion run on hygienic principles gramme he rendered in a ar- t-cstjc v.ay, 'Mazurka cle Of-I1'V'V a very difficult composition In.' of rapid fingering and bwmg. but notwithstanding this' Mr. was excellent. Responding t tr encore, he rendered IMP-ITS ''f 'ute d'Anuou--" a sio" inove- ct, full of mournful i.y ear tit ul chord s, with vm ich. artif.t ic cbilHy. Ne? to Maxoul< vi r K Mr Layton thp best vic- that appeared :n Rossini f r several yesiia On his return to Lethbridge Nov.' 1, Mr. Layton intends devoting himself to giving 'lessons in violra anj theory. 4f 4? t LOST FIVE DOLLARS We would like to have the photograph of the-man who would not pick up a 00 bill if found.on the sidewalk of any street in jLethbridge. Yet there are a few men who pay from five to ten dollars more for their clothing thaix they- should pay. Buy your clothing from MacLeod's and you'll pick up at least on every suit we sell. Here's values in the Best GlOthiiig -in-jCanada'. We buy for two stores and are the largest distributors of. Men's Wear in Western Canada. Just see the suits we are showing this week at 15.00, 18.00, Swagger Overcoats in all the new styles and shapes some with the new Prussian collars, some with the ordinary collar, and prices are lower than you'll expect (T SHAKE YOUR tiEAD WHEN YOU READ THIS AD. We move into our new. Store on Round Street about November 15, and before moving we are going to do things, and do them quick- Here's an example of the bargains you'll see on our counters all the LINED big shipment just moving T-n Eegular Desn in wit; nunu.. The very newest heavy black musk-rat lined the 35c all wool shell; Canad- in fine zepher a price rtrtlloY. Qiald coat otter.-- collar, oaie heavy attached sale Keg: 35c. and price t'" Boys' Combination col- lars. (Moving Sale price .65c Men's The latest in knit vests. silk and wool at Mov- irig Import Sale Price. Wool Fleece .35 50c Sianfield's. Prices run Silk -Fleece. Moving price .............65c All other lines, at Prices to Please GLOVES A heavy pigskin glove, unlined Reg. 65c Sale price ............35c .6Sc Silk lined mocha and fine kid, wool lined, all at Moving Prices. CAPS 36 doz. today-by exf- press. The niftiest in the city. All at Moving Sale Price, for band sjitl SOc 75c SHOES "We are clearing out some lines. A regular pr. See the lines we are selling at All other lines at Mov- ng Sale Prices. 3 4i 3 4c t 4- X4i f The Great Clothiers of The Great West MACLEOD If Business Increases as it is doing we will sooii want extra help to wait on customers Crabb St. LETHBRIDGE V ;