Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1909 PAGE THUIt, LETHBRIDGE BARGAIN CENTER Where You Get the Best for the Least MacLEOD S. The Great Clothiers of the Great West COUNT YOUR 50c. PIECES FOR DOLLARS AND GET HERE QUICK The Greatest Shoe Bargains Ever Given To Introduce these trade winners, Thursday, Friday and Saturday we will give: 50 Pairs Black Bal, Kip Shoes, a regular Shoe, our Sale Price 60 Pairs Black Blucher Bal. Shoes, a regular Shoe, our Sale Price 60 Pairs Black BlucHfer Bal. Shoes, stitched and pegged soles, box calf, regular Sale Price 300 Blucher Bals., Goodyear welted, fine dress ShoSs, in genuine Kangaroo, Vici Kid, Willow Calf- Box Calf, and Vulcanized Soles, regular Shoe, on Sale c 300 Pairs of Shoes in Colt, Vici Kid, sold all over Canada at to our Sale this week only 30 Pairs Horse Hide, regular Sale Price only The above Shoes are all-.Union made. Fit, Fashion and Durability, the three virtues SPORTS AND AMUSEMENTS BASEBALL RESULTS The only place to buy clothing is at Mac- Leod Brothers. The Suit or Overcoat you want is here. 3 Special Lines this Week and Suits in Brown, Black and Fancy Tweeds and .a Suit in the lot worth less than on sale this "week at Three Special Lines of OVERCOATS With Persian College Collars, Raised Seams, all shades, Fancy Tweeds. LATEST SHADOW STRIPE AND PLAIDS, in Fawn, Brown, Green and Grey Stripes, over 200 suits to choose from, regular On Sale this week for Young Men and men who stay young, we ask you to com- pare this line of suits with any offered at on sale at The Great Clothiers of The Great West National At Pittsburg 9; New York 13. At Cincinnati 1; Brooklyn 4. At St. St. Louis 1; Boston 2. Second Boston 3; St. Louis 7. American At New York- New York 1; Detroit 5. At .Philadelphia- Philadelphia 7; Cleveland 0. At Washington 1; Chicago 5. COBB IS GOING FAST Noted Detroit Batsman Leads Eddie Collins in American League Tyrus Cobb and Eddie Collins are warm fight for leading hon-j ors among the League bat- ters. Ty is on top at present and is six points ahead, of Connie Mack's; star. Both of tJie men. are' hitting at j a lively clip and it is probable that j the fight between the two will con- j tinue to be a close one down to the end. Larry Lajoie, former 'manager i of the Clevelands. is swinging the i stick in old time fashion. He has a j mark of .345 and bids fair to better j this .before the season's Sam I Crawford, .the Detroit slugger is 4th. j Carrigan and Lelivelt are the other .300 stickers. The leading batsmen i arc as follows. i Games Hits P.C. i DIPLOMAT "DIPLOMAT" The collar that goes into good society. Correct for street, and evening wear. 2 for 25c. IRON FRAME for 50c. TOOKE LIMITED, MONTREAL. MAKERS OF SHIRTS, COLLARS, TIES, VESTi IMPORTERS OF MEN'S FURNISHINGS. 6 he will have his hands full all the winter. There seems to be something, in the air which encourages "wrestlers to believe that this will "be a good season for them. Cobb. Detroit........ 133 179 .367 j Collins, Athletics..... 129 176 .361 Lajoie, Cleveland 106 135 .345 Detroit 132 156 .311 j Carrigan, Boston 82 73 .300 Lelivelt, Washington ......70- 75 Gessler, Boston. Ill .118 James McGuire 'takes occasion to put the kibosh, Gibson's claim that his feat in catching 112 games in a row was a world's record Jim points to the National League record of 1895 .which shows that he caught every game "Washington play- ed that year.. 133 in all and necessar-- ilv consecutive. V .300- "00 CARTMELL TURNS PROFESSION -London, Sept.. J. Cartmell, the University of Pennsylvania run- ner has announced his., intention, to turn professional and offers to run against Arthur Postle, the world's! professional 'champion sprinter, in a series of either three or four match- es at clistnces from 130 to 440 yards. SPORTING NOTES "Unhampered by any .faculty ruling preventing the start of football prac- tice in advance of, the opening of the academic year, the Harvard Varsity foot-ball candidates opened their sea- con of practice Wednesday afternoon on Soldiers' Field. In, this respect Harvard is ahead, of. any of the other large universities in the east and-has in consequence, a decided advan- Ijage over many other institutioins. At Princeton, for example, ;no foot- bal pra'ctice is permitted until the college year begins, while Yale Cap- tain Coy of the 'varsity, was obliged to delay the calling out of candidates From a national-point of view the coming indoor track and eld cham- pions of the Amateur ion, which will take place at Madi- son Square Garden on the evenings of October 4 and 5, "will be a- "banner event, and will mark the opening of the indoor season. There are 22 ev- ents on the program..- tee has 'arranged -it so that both nights will be nal nights, and the events will be night and scheduled. In--the- past many were misled, thinking that the first night was for the -preliminaries and; the second night for the finals. Jack Chesbro is now a member of the Bed Sox team. The famous twirl- er, whose wild'pitch on the closing day of the American League chain? gave Boston-the pen- nant, has been signed by President Taylor, of' the Bed Sox. According to the terms of the "transfer the ton club has until May 1 of next year to try him. and-if-he does not prove satisfactory he will be returned to the New York club. The Boston 'club proposes to try him out thoroughly. It hasn't anything to lose and 'maybe Chesbro will come back to hisv old form. and Manager Lake decided that he was worth tak- ing a chance on. for one week because of faculty edict j against too. much preliminary work Bad Bill Dahlen has a before the university opens its year's sessions. From the looks of things there' will be not a little wrestling in the United States this winter, The batch of wrestlers from the other side of the ocean is beginning to arrive early. though he isn't saying much about it; Waivers were asked on him and se- cured. Then he had a chance "to' go to Syracuse, N. Y., as manager, hut the Boston Club would not sell his release for less than 'which was-more than twice as much-as any Giovanni Raicevich, who won the I big league club would pay for him. championship of has arrived in York and gone west, and now Pat. Connelly, who -claims the cham- pionship of Great Britain, is on this side under the: management of "Tom" O'Bourke, Connelly will meet one of the American wrestlers before long. Raicevich has gone -across the moun- tains to try and get a chance with Gotch. If Gotch is eager to wrestle Bill wanted to go to Syracuse, hav- ing an idea that he.-can .make a suc- cess of the managerial end, but he" is still with Boston, sitting on the bench and filling in occasionally as hitter.. Very, few club owners will stand in the way of a man who has a chance to better his condition, es-' pecially when letting- him go would be no particular loss to them. SHOE POLISH is different from any other the brightest and blackest Quickest to shine longest to stay shined. Insist on in i." N, other is even half as good. It is real Shoe Insur- ance. Feeds and preserves the leather.