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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 7, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lettibridge Daily Herald, Monday, February Page 7 SPORTS if if if V -if tf if VOL. 1 LUTHBKIDGE, ALTA.. Fj2BttUARY 7 1910 No. 36 JEFFRIES BEGINNING TO TALK A LITTLE C. Simmons and bis ALP. resolution like a BUCKEYE to cause you to see your mis- takes or shortcomings 'THE GREAT DIVIDE." ,At The Lyceum Theatre To-Night. scene, and happy Phillip's Polly, them she asks Stephen to save her just preparing to leave, and it has and that she will be all she Is or been. arranged that Phil go to the sta- can be under the law for him. He 'This is a play that deals with life .'in Arizona in the earlier days. tion with her, and on his return to: buys off Pedro with a chain of nug- bring back some stores that are need- [gets, but Dutgh is harder to buy, so About Forthcoming Battle With Jack Johnson Portland, Ore., Feb. J, Jeffries, undefeated heavyweight cham pion of the world, who Is matched to fight Jack Johnson, the present hold- er of the heavyweight championship, arrived here yesterday. From here he will go to Tacoma and Vancouver, and then, he says, back to Chicago, where his wife is sick Jn a hospital. Since arriving In the neighborhood of the Oregon state line, Jeffries has 'expressed himself in public or for publication three -times. In only one of them is there any intimation that there may be a light and in that he j says that it will-occur unless Johnson backs down. At Boise, Idaho, Jeffries declared in a curtain speech that he intended to give Johnson the worst beating a man ever got. He says that he In- tends to "tear into Johnson from the first tap of the gong and never let up on him until lie hits the canvas for the count." He also said that he believes Johnson is afraid of him, and made some rather uncompliment- ary references to the present holder of the championship. At La Grandt, Ore., Jeffries' atten- tion was called to recent newspaper repdrts that there is considerable j doubt as to whether the fight will ever occur, and that his Intention to return east after visiting Seattle is taken to mean nothing else. In re- sponse Jeffries said: "The report of my calling off the fight now or later is the invention of some unscrupulous reporter. I will ed. Newberry has a hurry Call to The Jordan family have a a cow who has 'broken }l TC 1 on a cactus fibre. So they secure a. h' tract of land in Arizona, and Ruth i This leaves Ruth alone in the house. Jordan and her brother, Philip, go outjb.iortiy after this Stephen .Ghent, Ped- to work, and everything is progress- jro, and Dutch, three desperadoes, ap- ing favorably. Philip's wife comesjpear on the scene drunk, and here from the east, and is one of the most dramatic Stronger than the west, Dutch and first act opens in the house on the Pedro commence to shake dice for her by Winthor.p a young who is in love with Ruth. doc-1 scenes on record. of the golden .ranch with all these people i they agree to fight former, the best to g6t ben Of course, Stephen succeeds in WQliridlh'g Dutch, but is shot in the arm himself. Ruth and Steve leave at the end of the first act. The last act is in Boston. Ruth has become a mother. Her husband arrives and pleads with her for an- other chance. The play abounds in dramatic situations and is full of hu- on the; and in order to save herself from I man tune and feeling. With The Summers Stock Company opening at the Lyceum in "The Great Divide" TO-NIGHT With Summers Stock Company, opening at the Lyceum IN "The Great Divide" TO-NIGHT return east after leaving Seattle but [only to meet my wife who is 111 la a Chicago hospital.. 1 will be in Los Angeles not later than February 15, to begin training for the fight. That gives me plenty of time. All I need is rounding into condition." Jeffries added that it is uncertain where the fight will be held but in view -of the situation of Governor Syrp of Utah, he thought San Fran- cisco would be the scene. Continu- ing he said: "All this newspaper talk about Gleason and Rickard is with- out foundation. They are and always have been the best of friends. I am going to see this thing through to a said Jeffries, in conclusion, "and unless Johnson bucks down on July 4, I will again demonstrate the superiority of the white race." Fendleton was the next place that the big pugilist stopped at. Here he was decidedly uncommunicative. About all that could be drawn from m was the statement that he knew thing of any reported estrangement etween Gleason and Rickard and de- clared that the story originated in j New York city. He also said that he had no knowledge of any meeting with Gleason in Portland today. He repeated that he would be in Los Angeles about February 15, adding that he will remain there about 45 days and then come up to his train- ing quarters. When asked where the training quarters would be Jeffries declined to answer. BILLY HULEN AT TACOMA. Tacoma. Feb. Billy Hulen. known as Hamilton, one of the most popular baseball players iiinneapolis ever had in the good oldj days when John S. Barnes and the i ilate diplomat John Goodnow, control- leu the baseball franchise, has once more come to the front, and it is un- derstood that Billy is endeavoring tojj get a franchise for Bellmgham, in the northwestern league, this sea-' son. Hamilton, as he was known in <2 (nipeg. was connected for several yers J j w.u} Jimmy's hotel, on McDermottj o street, played good ball for Medicine j 'Hat last year, until he had the mis- fortune to have his eye injured. rlulen. who will be remembered by the old Minneapolis ball Jans, as one of 'the fastest shortstops the Millers ever enjoyed v.eeing play, who carried me ball to Perry Werden. the big first baseman, as only Artie Ball and Andy Oyler have been able to do it on Min- neapolis teams since is now in Calgary across the line, where he ran a team i in the Twilight legue last year. Letters to the friends of Huien here' are the sources of information to the effect that the "old man" would bid, for honors again in America. Severhl! years ago when Kverett. Wash, was a member of the northwestern circuit. Hulen had the learn there and finished at the ton. Miilen says he is fixed to put a good' fast team in league at short notice! has eighteen ball players who will come across the line with him and confidently believes he can get. to- gether a team tht will make a bid for the pennant. j ]i was in 100S that Hulen managed; the Spokane team, and he made and the friends he made then all over! this northwestern country are now' 'Doping the old timer and veteran! who played many a great sensational game behind the West hotel on thcj grounds now occupied by the McDon- ald Bros, crockery house, will again be able to land here at Bellingham with a team as only Hulen '.s able to handle. Round Street THE CASH STORE Macleod Brothers The Great Clothiers of the Great -------------------West------------------- Alberta Block Satisfactory Clothing We have assembled a very complete and handsome col- lection of Men's high grade suits of the very latest style and pattern for this Season's wear, including blue and black serges and cheviots in either single or double breasted. Also a full range of fancy worsteds in all the newest shades that are being made up, including gun metal grays in a very neat invisible stripe or a very, delicate overplaid; also a very nobby pattern in a pin head check, and any shade of brown or green either in the check or stripe. In fact you will find almost any desirable shade or style that you could.wish for in this beautiful collection. We might at length on the many merits of our clothing, the superior tailorings, the qualities of the trim- mings and the general stylish appearance of every one of our suits, but we will just say now, that in them you will find more style and than may be had at any other clothing store in the West, Blues and Blacks from TO Fancy Worsteds from Every garment Has the Bartell Pocket, The Kind that Wont' Sa. SPECIAL ATTENTION is called to our select and olio ice lines o! Union Made boots and shoes. We have now a range of these in all the newest and most desirable leathers and shapes. Every pair is made with a mechanical, exactness hy modern methods and expert workers. Irrespective of what others may charo-e yon. our prices are always lower than else- where. Men's Box Calf and Patent Leather Shoes for and Men's Oxfords from to THIS WEEK ONLY We will sell our Spring; Hats for a 35 per cent, dis- count for this week Kcgular 82.50 for Regular for Eeu-uhir 83.50 for STANEIELIVS WOOLLEN UNDERWEAR Now selling at the following Blue Alberta Block Round Street The Great Clothiers of the Great West ;