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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIOGE DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, IWT PAQE FIVC We Bought an Everlasting Pile of Men's Clothing for Fall NO SUCH SHOWING OP SUITS IN ALBERTA NO SUCH VALUES IN CANADA THE SUIT OR OVERCOAT YOU WANT IS HERE WHETHER YOUR PRICE IS or OR UP TO 18.00 WINDOW We do 'Hot think their equal can be bought in Alberta for less than in fadt we know they can't. Our Suits make you thrdw out your chest and say, Well, I'd 9 like to see the tailor who can beat We sell cloth- ing on the come-again principle, and we sell clothing wholesale as well as retail. SHOE SNAPS 60 Pairs White Canvas Blucher and Bals, bought from [Canada Customs, Regular' this week only, all sizes 60 Pairs Calf McKay Stitched Soles, tegular shoe, sale price 60-Pairs Box Calf, Regular shoe, on sale this week only 60 Pairs Box Calf, Goodyear welted arid pegged, waterproofed soles, regular v on sale this week Pair Keekut Oxblood Oxford Shoes, kid-lined, regular price to clear UNDERWEAR The wear and tear on underwear is easily Withstood by Stanfields Pure Wool Unshrink- able. All Sizes and Weights Stanfields, All Sizes and Weights. Red Label, per garment .V BliuJ.V Fittest Stanfield, All garment- Fleece Lined, sizes 34 to 48, Wool Fleece, the 75 cent, quality, sale 50C Boys' FJeece Lined, all sizes, the 50 cent, quality, sale price.......-................................................................ 35c Men's Furnishings, Neckwear, at half price CROCHET SILK dozen to choose from. Regular 50 cent, quality, sale price 25c 100 dozen Reversible 5 ilk 50 25c 50 dozen Pure Silk Crochet and Latest Novelty Ties, regular 65c and on sale at.......... 50c MACLEOD ROS. 816 to 818 Allan Block, 1st St., E. CALGARY Phone 444 P.O. Box 1352 jBarnsley Block, Crabb Street, LETHBRIDGE The Great of the Great West AN INSPECTOR OF PLUMBING BILLY HAYNES j; BROKE A-RECORD It looks as though Lethbrldge had in its midst a record-beating runner in the person of Billy Haynes- At the meet of the Alberta' Athletic Association at Calgary on Labor Day Haynes won the 220-yard hurdle race fr with ten 3-foot hurdles. The time given was 27 2-5 which beats the record. The record pub- lished in the American Athletic As- sociation book ior this race is 28 4-5 Discussed By Waterworks Commitiee'-Sanitalion Important The of lating to plumbing were discussed at a meeting of the waterworks'.'.commit- tee after the council meeting last night. J. H. .Fleetwood, the 'supet- intendent of waterworks, and Mr. De Witt, the acting plumbing inspect- i whioh is held by C. T. Wiegand. If the measurements and time taken at or' were 1Ald' Calgary are correct, as they ought to! that at be in an.'Association meet, Haynes jnoved to have has broken the record by over a ond. BASEBALL RESULTS National At 0. At Chicago 2; 1. At Pittsburg 3; Cincinnati 1. At New Mrooklyn 5; New York 6. American At, Philadelphia- Philadelphia 11; Ne-w York 3. At Washington 1; Boston 3. At St; Louis 1; Chicago 1. At rain, tomorrow.) Eastern Buffalo- Montreal 2; Buffalo 1. At Ho Toronto'3; 'Rochester 1. At Jersey City- Newark 0; Jersey City 0. At Game- Providence 7; Baltimore 2. Second'. Providence'8; Baltimore 2. Northwestern At -Aberdeen- Aberdeen 0. At Portland 4: At Tacoma 10; Spokane 9. entleman appointed to the- position but that the motion had been defeated and the 'position ordered to be advertised. Mr. Fleet- wood said that it was impossible for him to attend to the work of plumb- ing inspectoiou and -do it justice and for that reason he the city j engineer to recommend that a plumb- ing inspector be appointed. While' that was a part of bis work he had j tried, to keep the plumbers up to the j mark. But sometimes, aiter his in- spection, work had been done that I was not satisfactory. When the wrh- I ter came along the pipes had burst; j and he then found that some very 11 innings, i innings. (Two 14 CHARGED THAT UMPIRE KLEM ROBBED THE CUBS I n Series with .Made by President Murphy Chicago; Sept. that Umpire- EUem deliberately acted as a conspirator robbing the Cubs of any reasonable chance for victory at Pit- tsburg Tuesday, were filed yesterday in a lengthy protest presented by President Murphy to President Hey- dler, of the National League. Not only, did the owner of the West Side question the honesty of Klerh, ut in .an exhaustive manner the pro- testing magnate summed up the meth- ods which he alleges, are in vogue when Klem presides at a game in- volving his club. In has letter. Mur- hy ;says: "That Umpire Klem has an ungov- ernable temper, is known not only to all ball players, but even to most patrons of the National League.-Parks- as well. Smarting under grievance: diijty work had been done. It -.will j take a -man nearly all his time ?to i look after the work properly. j With regard to .the by-lay, lie I thought it was a good one and should Barnes' 0 j not be altered except to make compul- sory some things now optional. ,by-law" had', been' prepared by Engineer Chipman and had bee'n adapted "by other cities. If the am- eridroents asked .for by the plumbew were made it -would raise' the price of plumbing so much as to make it prohibitive. for many people'to put j it in'. It is very necessary to a most rigid inspection, to provide for" the health of' the" people. He highly recommended -Mr. DeWitt as his work had been very satisfactory. He. suggested that the matter of amending the by-law be left over un- til he- and Mr. DeWJtt have time to look over the by-law carefully from that standpoint as they "hadn't known- until late in the afternoon, of the proposed changes. Aid. chairman, raised the question' of its being necessary to have a practical plumber for an inspector: Mr. Fleet- wood did not think this was neces- Sanitation -was very im- portant matter and there were very few plumbers who knew anything about sanitation. The matter was finally left over to enable a careful study of the by-law and to enable Mr. Fleetwood' and Mr, DeWitt to meet the plumbers as they requested at the last council meeting. DEVELOPMENT OF CORBIN MINES 'Near Mining Operations Start Soon (Special to the Herald) C. Corbin, pre- Interaational Fernie, Sept. sident of the Spokane Kailway and the. Corbin. mines, situ- ated some fourteen miles south, of MacGillvary. passed through Fernie today in his private car, Moyie. which, was attached to the westbound. :rom the 'baseball season of 1903, Flyer, "'Mr.. Corbin has just been in- Klem deliberately weakened-the--Chi- cago club in what is generally, regard- ed as the most series: season so that Pittsburg could Because of Klein's alleged. violation of the National League mittes at Corbin sta-t a press representative that sue thousand tons of coal bad been out August, m the course of development work constitution the main tunnel, which is now Murphy entered formal protest the mountain over feet, against the game of last Tuesday be-1 from the laterals which are being TUM. ng awarded to the Pittsburg club and i Preparatory to active mining opera- nsists that it be replayed which he expects will begin K3em is absent. i within the next'two months. This huge body of coal which has been 'developed during the last year, will soon be adding to the daily out- put of the Pass mines a tonnage of two to three thousand and bids fair to be one of the producers of them all. Some three hundred men are con- San Francisco; Sept. John-jstantly in and about the on today Ws with a jmine and a town of several hundred ewspaper decision over Al. Kauf-1peop1c'has sprun" existence- man at the end Of ten rounds Doff roth's Arena, according to agree- Johnson Best Of Kaufman Wm. Hoartgrave. late of Eglesham. j "Washington, who declared himself lent if both men were on their feeJbad man' tO a play r. the end, no decision was to b, i thC provincial authorities iven. Ee'erec Smith, however 3richel Monday evenin-' d that Johiwon was entitled to the I rj- 'on him. landed him m jait. He was before County Court Judge Wfl- Johnson almost throughout eared to be holding himself crve, but when he did let ET< he j son today and ploa-Jod guilty to the charge of carrying a rifle with intent i ,3 -it, T- fr do tiodily harm and of having-sto- layed with Kauffman as if latter U ,T. I thf. ririe. His Honor seat him a child. i down io Westminster for three Referee Smith refused to give a dc-j ision after Johnson 'and Kaufman: had battled the ten rounds in a no FINED FOR PICKING decision contest. UP STRAY HORSES Johnson, however, had a clear lead I Henry Jurgeson, a Norwegian in every round and easily earned the! from North Dakota was fined fiftr decision of the newspaper dollars and costs at the barracks rncn- j yesterday afternoon. i. Jurgeson picked up a couple of BIG ORDER OF STEEL stray horses on the prairie and PIPE FOR ESQUIMALT Victoria, Sept. ten miles of steel pipe, costing over a million dollars has been ordered by the Es- quimalt Waterworks Company from the Vulcan Iron Works, Notwell, Scotland, -by the Blue Funnel Line, is to commence on March 1st., and fifty thousand feet of .steel pipe is to be landed before-June 30. ap- propriated them for his own use till the owne-r appeared. George Wellis got three this morning for lifting a from Nik Brensna.- months The University of Toronto has ap- pointed I. H. Lloyd, M.A., of Sheffield. Eng., University, associate professor of Political Science. ;