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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 10, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily 'Herald, Thursday, February THE BUCKEYE WILL MANAGE BALL CLUB LETHBRIDGE, ALTA.. FEBE No. 19 V 1 I! 1 CHESTY COX i Popishis1 .Player Chosen to GtUdeTeam For 1910 PATCHING HERO Premier, province vircnt i fto Adnrr..: v.-o-.k I track pHcfcer o' jumped into From Charles the like a BUCKEYI Good Samaritan to make you a .A NEW QMS SPECIALTIES in world'? j seiies lust October b-y vrill be closely i fwatched the Adamsi wiil be the star 01" the- i'-iraU's' 'pitching aggregation this yoav ruid i: is expect-1 ed thr.t his be of tho-t [gilt-edged order. Ho rt'coivos a great-} My increased salary evc-r year and! ipittsburs fans are confident that he i j will be one of the shining lights of the San Francisco, Feb. the first' i (diamond in 1'JIO. time m the history 01 the prize ring the Base Adacis, he is known, hails I lue ot a man selected to reieree ,T. i i 'from Missouri, ane las: sc-sson was hi? i 'fight will be insured to protect- first m major Jeague company. The ;lighters agamsc loss. T i _ year beiore that he'.vas v.-ith the Louis-1 According to Battling' Nelson's man- i ,1 ,f iville Amencan Association team and; ager, a policy calling for the t 71 ;did not show much, lie did not do anv-' of to Battling Nelson and Ad.' in the' event of the death of Eddie Smith, of Oakland, v.-ho will referee the lightweight championship battle between the two pugilists on .Washington's birthday, will be written to-day. Five thousand uoliars will go to each [thing for Pittsburg last year until the! CONTEST boxer should Smith die. GOING GOOD SAM LANGFORD GOT NICELY TRIM MHO j -Johnny Mackin, who has charge of the bis land drawing i contest in aid oi the bridge professional ball team of, 1910, reports very fair ,pro- Favorite Of Last Year's Team Officially Chos- en As Manage For This Season Chester Cox, familiarly known to the baseball fans and his intimate friends as was unanimous- ITS PRETTY NEAR Los Angeles, Feb. Flynn won j a ten-round battle from Sam Langford here last night. Acording to Charles Eyton, -who was the referee of the con test, Flynn had the best of the fight i from start to finish. Langford was I considered invincible at his weight and gress with the sale of tickets. Several people have secured i whole books of 25 tickets and quite a number have taken even more. The chance oi winning a couple of lots in Lethbridge j or in one of the nearby towns 3> TIME FOR SETTLEMENT jclairaed to be in a class wath Stanley Salt' Lake City, Feo. Tex Rickard He 5s the most sucessful col- and Jack Gleasou, promoters of the j ored fighter to Jolmson- Jeffries-Johnson fight, joined in the fol- lowing statement last night: "The location of the battle-ground for the Jeffries-Johnson cofitest is still j STETTLER TEAM IN TROUBLE has stirred up quite an inter- est and the contest goes nier- rily on. world's series with Detroit and then he Red Deer, Feb. a meeting of i Jumped into fame with both feet. When unsettled. We will meet in conference the executive of the -Alberta Amateur at San Francisco next week and posi- j Hockey Association to settle the pro- ly elected manager of baseball team in the Western Can-1 ada League it came down to the crucial games with Detroit none of Pittsburg's star twirl- tive announcement of the location will j'test by Red Deer against Stettler, the j Willis, Maddox and Lei; be made not later than Feb. 20. It is j former claim was upheld and decisive j quite up to the mark. i purely a matter or business with us.: proof was furnished that Lyn and Kent Adams was put into the breach with forlorn hope that he might make .111 i -n r t- t 1 at a special! Salt Lake nas ;of tne Stettler team not eligible v.aC l-s fto and in San Francis-'to plav. Both men were suspended for good and that he did is a matter of meeting oi tthe directors 'held for' that purpose. v This is without a doubt one of the best moves t3ie 'Lethbridge club could have taken, to secure a first class team, as "Chesty" has had years of experience in baseball, and is himself one of ,the best ail round ball players that has ever been in Western Canada. By the 'way, let it be whispered gently that Chesty j passed his boyhood days many years ago, and admits at least being 34 years of age. Chesty was born in St. Peter, Minnesota, and started to play ball in 1896, with his fcome team as a semi-professional. He soon at- tracted attention as a pitcher and in 1S97 played with Minneapolis in the iold Western Jn 1S98 ie played -with St Faui in the American association, and with Duluth in 1S99, and with Des Moines in 1900 and 1901, In 1902 he was with Peon a in the Western league, and from there was sold to Louisville, his work dur- ing that season having been" excep- tionally good. He started with Louis- ville under favorable auspices, along with several other young players who have since developed Into major lea- gue start, but unfortunately his pitch- ing arm went back on him that spring. Tt was then that his ability to hit the ball stood him in good stead. He then turned his attention to the outfield. In 1904 he managed Chico and won the pennant in the California outlaw league. In 1905 he was captain' of the Duluth club, the champions of the Northern Copper league; in 1906 with Calumet, cham- pions of the Northern Copper lea- gue; 1907 captaJn of the Winnipeg club, champions of the Northern lea- gue; 1908, utility man for the Mem- pais Southern league, and last year as you all know with the Lethbridge club. Chesty is now in business for himseJf, and has a nice little wall paper and paint store on 414 Round street, and says business is great. Chesty says he likes Canada, likes the Hkes the 'people, and likes to boost in general, and says if all the ball fans get together and boost, the Lethbridge Baseball Club cannot, help but be a success in 1910, [co to look over the different complying with ithere-" iclause. KAUFMAN WOULD GO AFTER WINNER OF THE BIG FIGHT the residence baseball history. He pitched three out I of Pitsburg's four victorious games and the more- Be pitched the'more he ba.f- fled the Detroit sluggers. In his last game he did not give them a run. He received one of the greatest ovations ever given a ball player by the Pitts- burg enthusiasts after the series and was awarded a big purse in adition to his share of the receipts of the cham- pionship games. JACK JOHNSON'S LATEST BOUT Detroit, Feb. Johnson, the champion pugilist, must appear before Judge Connelly this morning. John- son's latest bout with the law is over [the possession of one of his fine bull nogs. Sam Lewis came into the recorder's court yesterday with his right arm bleeding and his coat sleeve torn to ribbons. He declared that was walking in Madison street when John- son's dog, which was being given an airing by the champion himself, leaped on him and its teeth in his arm; Johnson pulled the dog off and went .on his way, while Lewis hurried to the j municipal buildings to .make a com- j plaint, Johnson was served with a summons last night. Affair Health Never Falls to Restore Gray Hair to its Natural Color and Beaoty. No matter it been fray or'aded. I othealthyhaSr. Stops tti fallinroat, pMBltlvely Arvfl. Keeps hairaoft and jlowy. Re- all 1% as much bBMaDye, "AI" Kaufman, the w...i the winner of the Jeffries-John- j il Ctc. bottles, M heavyweight, is anxious for a match fight. t J with one of the top notchers. Blgj "mW Delariey. who brought out Hay's u Jeffries and made him champion, has! chapped and Al has a sneaking idea that somei A t skin fine and d Kaufman in tow. Delaney B c.j oaja day he is to be the champion j Kaufman, with a little more experl- heavy of the country; as a matter of will be ready to cope with the fact he Is willing to try of them. r u t skin fine and that Send Jc for book rfthe Skin. For Sale By J. D. H1GINBOTHAM A. CO., LTD. ALBERTA DRUG A BOOK CO. Round S t THE CASH STORE Macleod Brothers The Great Clothiers oi the Great West Stvl yie an When' VOIL buv hero, you O y J may be sure of getting what you Avani.' You will always find here a high standard of quality, together with the very latest both in style and pattern. We dont' propose to tempt you by prices to speculate on something cheap. Our aim is to give you the very host we possibly can for the lowest pos- sible 'price. That makes trading easy and satis- fying. Alberta Block BLUES AND BLAGKS t rom FANCY TWEEDS AND WORSTEDS rom to Our Special Hat Offer Still On If you want to pay from -S'4.00 to for a .hat we can suit you. x But the hats that will interest you most just now can be seen in our north window. These are the finest 61 quality and everything that could he desirahle for style and fitness. For the balance of this only the 35 per cent, discount will stillhold good. Here are the savino-s vau can realize. o Regular lor UNDERWEAR Now is the time to change for lighter weight underwear. We have a large variety of weights and qualities in every size from to a Suit THE CASH STORE MACLEOD BROS. Alberta Block Round Street ;