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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIPGJB DAILY'- Saturday December, THE HERALD'S WiNTE'R SPORTS WILL. SOO.N BE ON The Ring ATTRACTS NOTICE and- sporting' goods for cold will be what you'll want Our stock is i replete- with anything and everything you can ask for and goods of all kinds 'CARL MORRIS made. j 'THOSE NEW PUNCHING BAGS we show would be. envied by'a Corbett j or a-Fitesimmbns. Everything" we how j MAN .WHO BEAT a STinrHnn. .-_ j LQNG i .CAN BE CLASSED WITH i JOHNSON It be .a. miracle if 'this-, new heavyweight giant from Sapulpa, Okia. j heraldedv'as of -she white grossly hurried into a "match'with Jack' John- son long before he is ready.. Competition is so keen nowadays and fistic science is such-a- difficult lart to.master that no matter what phy- sical strength and native ability Carl j I Morris, 2-35 pounds, may have, Sporting Goods Co. Baseball Phone 1032 412 Fifth St. South The Ring THAT'S SINCE GENEROUS." PAT POWERS IT Hockey WAS PRESIDENT LANGDON BESTS PAL MOORE ____, GETS INCREASE IN SALARY j not be. anything but a toy jump-1.' K ing.jack.in the iands.of the big clever about the, ways of j right nou% '.being- dark and j j ihe better proof of "I C3.S6S I' id 1-U. be .called to T ._. __. ._. erefPowers: who for years was arihe head i KNOW, ir .There was city league match '-scheduled for last nighc at tiie Arcade, but it didn't materialize. The play- X -players were. too. busy with Christmas ..trade to attend. vras'to-have-, been the of the six-ckib schedule. A Overworked Ph'iisgeJphis--! Lad Given a -2a_ __ waiii Pal jsonfr-Bm -Sqnlres, -Bill "Lang" Storey thailr city, fought a before JKetchel and many hurried iidents ia -Tie National Atliieuc club" here and j'into .big .matches before -they" .were f .2tPKors were'-all j ready or whether there "was anvihopej arises the of, "so- many') ever-'coiuld-be "ready. -----j aance .15-Better than a 'card'partv -'five' pounds; "Moore's "liead; rock-f of the man-who would Wr time rescue, 'of au'd a'.barn jan'ce is'better" than 'a ubs with his own. money, to! similar function, in the "house consid- five pounds; "Moore's liead rock-'! V-1 uie nian -wao wouid lift second ].Jaci: Johnson's -crown for a couple of long and hut isn't aiiv than a card'partv i V t- I u, 4ja.jL.Ll IS Octl'Ci LIJU.fl clubs with his own. money, to! similar function in the "house consid- enable them to tide -cver-a sea- ered frpm vthe viewpoint of health." iyuiiif, aj'-... -w-nicire is long and arduous w sea- cj-cu itum vi.nc viewpoint ot health. but lie "Tat-1 there isn't any" figfi. t ma'nager" will-1son? a salary of- annual- The blood hsgins to circulate-' 'faster and foiignt to along Carl Morris 'for two 'day after lie is sue- immediately" a d.arice ;is .started .and so- that he "had years, eeeded by Ed. "magnates the.-r h'ais a ''little" morVVork ,.so viciousiy. 'tie' advan- rounded iloore's inouth in-1, openicg' rtfiuid. ...si.'bsi swollen ...during zhe remainder .of .the, years, paying room rent, etc.. all that time. That's where the evil of present ".day fight" mana- gers come -in. It's hustle -'em to the front as-fast as you can, squeeze every dollar-out of and toss meet; and .decide "to-raise.-the salary greater to Talk about gratitade and about rubbing it. in. jwi-jh, a vengeance 7-well, here is the best "example. 11 have always contended "Busy'Year foe Fighters starting out- like.Chenrusiest I season for -i-pugilists __._ em mat ui the ash minuteliiey "show 1 .world baseball poll- up badly. v Abau-t the -gglv cards and spades-to any magnates generally :ir annual and the-country of years.'vDdes it more experience and ring confides of the mitt ame in modest o'outs tiH he gets: much Not the-'Oid Marvin Hart PARTRIDGE CARRIED rr SQUJRREL AWAY Marvin Hsrt has been -out of 'the T Ving. for the better part of years f Tras> nniirifiT-m- -fncf i-vm.- _ a. .Smith's .Falls, .Out. Dec. 24.. men-, working. Jn -the 5ear ..herfr-witnessed a. ;speptacie a- f frighten- 4. glance and espy- f- ing what he took to be "a r stninp, hopped on top of ju h The motionless object proved to be the partridge, and im- mediately rose up and flew a- carrying the sq-uirrel' with, it: 'The-astonishedcho'p- rr- ...P.ets watched the unusual :'sight until'the partridge and' -sQuirrel disappeared from view. and was pudding just to the of a A j fresh much touted, vigorous young- ster. Hart- was about 25 pounds" heav- er than his best fighting' weight., even after perfunctory- -training for the match. So there is nothing -really worth a spasm "of. 'enthusiasm.- in: con- sidering class of the performance of Carl the "hope of the white race." Agent Piffle Incidentally, it- is doubtful if such title-is apt to-do anything earn ridicule .for Morris. The "white race" is not lying awake nights hop- aig for some man to come along and [conquer the- -present champion, the and charm, pull off on .the .blpoa...passing such as appear pa the carry 'the' danc- A cAMF pro. nvor_.v. jizo'iVml -_i..._t CALVARY CLUB x WILL HAVE A .STRONG PROVIN- CIAL LIN-UP The -Calgary.Hockey, Club' has, a. darge number of players'signed for the. district" league. T ".'A Jot of last iyear'smen--are. amongst tie -carididatesvfdr -the team, but a whole batch ;of are aJsoJn the running.. Can :McLeod, Charlie Rouleau; Q. Paterson-, Abv Kent: B..-Maluish, Howard Cain, Ross "McKenzie; McKenzie. -Herb King, Art Ernie Pinkham, Percy Powell; "Doc." Gibson-'and -quite -a few others "have signified their intentions' of playing. the-above list it will be seen that .the.-, going to make-tne-rest of the provincial sevens hustle, if-they-'expect, to be in' -at the finishjV TORONTO'lS FAMOTJiS American and European Plan per twelve, rounds Sweet Grass, nest Saturday night. George. starts. from the -coast anfc- Burns "fronT'St. Paul- They, wlirfigtit at'catch 'weights ,-Rffi- side seats will sell' and balance of at 51.50. _ The oldest, org-anlzation n the world today is a junior league Eastern 'Canada This body is the Junior Xmateur, Association" "of .'Can- ada and has no-less han twenty-three .Consecutive -years, very .few' leagues or i ng clubs boast of. The relation's---' twenty-tourth meeting was just .held "the other day_______________ d ijKjn outlook as could-have-been-de- The' club in -J.which .4- v r _. is. fighting .too imuch. -fle tor'ai is a youth .who can .be overfougnt -and spoiled arul his njanager wants to give the! bOV- -a comes-the-'Gliicagovcluby: total- of- -In --thc-r. National League the most money was spent aedt oj i ommj.'Murphy was a surprse j: In two ways. If proved that Moore has i lately and t itUalsd Jshowed- %urohv hnr1 ro.'- V n- Seas0n- Jake lias businesb distan actual CALLED OFF uue eqSai "to armv for the stuff they. each- other would make the poor lamb, 'that .-plays the "still hand" in iohit WiriA head in joiiit hide his The-'man-wiio at- an color of black. -ose skin happens -to be -su -talk is nothing more or less than press agent piffle. It is" -like- ly to be more ora 'hoodoo than a boost. tempts 'to figore put the different an- gles., of an "gathering will find himself in 'the bughouse cut- tingx out paper dolls before solves st-epss-iin !.7a Jesuit it Is known that' .takes, a dancer over a, mile, -it .makes' Kim.cover 'a'haii- A gkl T-jeilL TTio -scheduled .to play-here .Qhrist-. .mas __ afternoon, has 'been'" giv- en: notice of game '.unless otherwise informed, owing to the unfavorable weather con- -ditfons. Taber. play, at -Pinch- put up a slashing I ness of the New Yorker'was a'" trifle! too .much.-for the; kid. Wednejs-. day he-fought 'Tommy'iangdon "at' liladelpTji-s and 'the' worst j of I LS.tail, go. io Chicago for pitch or air v ths declares .vthstf all-' stories --concerning are. '--wild- eyea-- .-will; be----found ..-r Several been expend' I 5as-s-ecL nd'.thoueht-of -owners two major; leagues'for--voung players for next, The Ifi; clubs-'.in' the -two I leagues, have .paid for1 The.._ American- League .owners more thia :the National" League, tlie" Ame'rican paying out while .managerScares -this.-winter. is...automp.- been -gas1" wagon the7'conditions selves. YANKEE FOOTBALL FAVOR AMONG ENGLISH RUGBYISTS ONE THING THEY WANT "TO KNOW IS JUST. WHY IT, SPORT.S THE. NAWE O-F SEE THE BALL aJgast Shbuid "Corne Back" Fine Ad Wolgast has done all that 'can be asked of him now in expressing his willingness to meet either Moran or Nelson... His few months' rest at his The crews of the U. S. battleships Idaho and Vermont celebrated Thanks- giving day with' a: football game in London. The f ollawing is'. an article clipped from the London. Daily Chron- icle of-Nov. 25, in which analyzes the game lor the-Britishers: "The greatest mystery about Amer- ican 'football: through the eyes of followers of British footer is why the Americans should Bave thought of home in Cadillac will-do him good. His tbe word to is maintain their reputation as the laraest and best retail- ers of Men's and B6ys' wear in the west Just now our thoughts are Holidays and the question arises "what shaU I give." MacLeod Bros can answer that question. For many months past they have been preparing'for the. biagest amount, 'ot Dusmess in their-history, and so far fteir efforts have been rewarded: Xmas Gifts in abundance: specially selected Ties, Gloves by the best makers mike-world; :MK uaKts., Dressing Gowns, Smoking jackets; Lined Coats, Fur Coats, Fur Mitts: and Caps, Tie Pins and Cuff Buttons, Suit Cases, Dressing Cases, Fancy Silk Suspenders, in boxes, Fancy Arm Sands'and 7asT butnot teastthe Highest-Class of Men's and Bous' Suits made in Canada: 'A visitlto the store will be wortn while and one-thing you willbe.tempted tnj tne display of attractive goods fo purchase 'THE GREAT Of The'GREAT I ;