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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 11, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta I.^RmAr. FEBKUARY 11^ 1910 ? ? >: > > ? ? ? ? : ? : ? WORLD'S SERIES IN ? THE EAST THIS YEAR > :: : > : : : > : Ilix^Udy fniiM lliroiiRliont (iii! coiinlr.v fill! tultluK Toi' BlHiit(! lo meet .lacit Dillon, desiilto tho W'il- > hird-Monin llulil, according lo .lack ("iirle>. (hirley, acllnti lor the eiunniiioii, | and Sam .VUirhartiur. riMireac.MitliiK liillon. HiKiied articles this al'tcrnooii lor a liKliI lo lie staciHl in tlie open air here hetwia'ii .\tirll Id ami .Ajiiii -h. (Jiirley said tlie Wlllard-Aloraii light | will have no ert'oct on I he Dillon Noted ing Marathon Runner Goto Front With the SnortEmcn Toronto, h'eli. 111. -.liin Cur-liery. the lariioiiK marathon niiiner. has .ioiiied Ihe Sports-iiicn's ijaliaiion. � jiiialch. : : �: : : : : FRENCHMAN MATCH MAY GET WITH HOPPE ANDERSON GOT DEGIOION HI. LuiilH, Keh. in.-Iloherl Andcr-Hon ol' Dmnioin, 111.. ontpolnt"d .Vlaltie Smith, Itaeliie. Wis., in an elgul-roiiml hoiit here last nigiit. The men widgh-(d ill at i:!" ))onnds. Corke.y won � Ward maiii-ihon, llie l';aKllsli niaratluni in lin::, ami last fall won the liamilloii llirald aruiiiul-l he-; ; hay rac'\ ami in his career I : has won over a d(r/,cn hig road races ill which he ever started, lie Is today Ciiiiada'ii li(?Kt dis-laiice ninili'r uiid v.lll iirohahly nu; ill the Hoslon miirallioii next yeai it ii ran he ariaiigeil lifter his enli.stmeni. Final articles signed liy .Jess Will-iird and Frank Moian sialc thai, llie biii; liqul. will lake place nt New Yrtrk March �. Froniotcrs (,f the bout visits f(l tlifc .stale bo.vliiu; commission's licadqtiarlci's j,l tipw Wcdncsiay and were informed Miat If the matcli was properly cotidiirlcd there would he no ob.jcclions raised U\ il helnj^ held. .\ssiirances were ;;ivrn that no ar-mitdc without ihc commission. ' boul will he Madison Sinuiic likelihood will not he very much nn- _ der 2"il) pounds, after traialni!; for live I v weeks (ir Ics.s. '*** Reach Advantage Willnrd's enormous reach oi H.'i.i inches as compared with Moran's 7H is ;i linndicap Ton Uie Pitis.iarRcr. That Moraii is the possi-'.ssor of cour-� y \mni-\\ siilhci- hi , I Kirinlu CHHsigiiol, who has cIuHlnng-rd Willie Kopiio for the IK.I or Idlllard ebaniplonshlii. is acdiiiow-ledged to bo the only idayev in llie world who (compares lavtirahly in point of sliiU with the title holder. Tho professionals In tills country lliemselves admk thai lliey . .M. S. Uegaii of the IK'.th Kilties will iiii!et in a match race at the .Uiditoriiim rink next Wednesday evening. The go will be a lhree-la|i dash in all iirolinhllity. GOULDING AND RENZ MATCHED i NEW POLO CIRCUITS CREATED ; .Vow Vork. l'"ol). lii.--Tliree new clr-\ cults were created at the annual I meeting of I lot nolo assoclalinn here last niglil. They are the .soiilheuslern. ' eoiiiiirlsing Philadelphia and tlie I'oaiiBylvaiiiii territory, the eastern, including .\'ew "I'ork, Long Island and nearby lerritoiy, and the .\ew Kn.g-^ land. The live old circuits, the I'a-lellic (.^oasl. southern, western, mid-i wesierii and army, were retained. I New \ov\s. i'Vi). In.--The l'"ordhain I i:niver.-;ity gainci;. to he held liore to-'day, will giv(! several of the atlilotic stiirs who were, disapiiointed in (heir work in liie recent Millrosi! games. aiiotlier chance to turn the tables on the victors. A feature of the meet, . ,- Will be a special match ':f^;�^M Mora,^Wll ha^" ' rani'cments would the act(uie.scencc > ' It was said thai tl ! staged, if possible. ' .garden, .\ comparison of Ui.",e I wo woudcr-lul specimens of plnsical jirowe.ss is I inteicsiing. Willard's Margin Uhiie Krank Moran, from ;i iihysi-cal standpoint, is iniich more form-idahle opponent ilian -lack ilillon would l;e for .less Will.in!, the fact rcn:aiiis lhat Ihr hii; v.cstcrn champion will possess L'vi-.i' ailvaiitatrcs In liei;;lit, weight ami leach over the I'ittshurK piiKilisI ulicn the pair .cct il'. Ilioir tenroiiiicl houl Mere on ;\larc!i X. 'I'liey arc .'learly of eiinal a^c, . .Movaii haviiie. liren horn on Jlaich 18, 1SS7, and Willard en December 2U of ihc -aiiie year. In /leinhi Willard will inwcr fully tive inches over his opponent, who mea age, stamina and entiy cilectivc for been demonstrated ring battles. Moian bases his showing he made at I'iiris in IHM and the ahiiitv and force The Battery and Lawyers hocki^y teams will play a game Saturday afternoon on the Riit-tery ice, commenciiiK at L'.'in. Tile L'.iwyi^rs will llni^np this wise: Virtue. I'oapal. .Mc.\r-thur. Simpson, Vaseleuak. lOas-son and Sinitli, Tlie proposed game witli I'in-clier frock here tomorrow has been postponed. The date has not been set, Tlie I'lnclier team could not make the trip. l-t kind, no one will deny, hut .Moran ina\ he ovcr-conlident ol bis prowess when pitted jcainst such a giant as Willard. Moran makes no secret of his inlention to try hard to land ,( cliainpjonshin winning wallop with llie chance of taking one for the Count lilmsilf, Willard's absence from tlie ring for nearly a year, e>:ce! t in cxhihi-lion bouts, niav have unlittcd him lor a supreme: effort but as tlie coming boul only calls for ten rounds, the champion undonbledly will be in condition. His cveiilj balanced ollensive and and as to weight, defensive tactics, in addition to his to concede at least endurance and cool-lieadedness coiu- FREDDIE WELSH SIGNS FOR THREE CONTESTS Champion Will Meet Waugh and Whitney Over Lonti Route Detroil. .\lii-li,. fell. in.--liobliy Waugh and l-'rankie Whilnev will lie the oppcnients of Kreddh; Welsii in his next two imiiorlam matches, the cham))ion aiimmiic(?d here. Welsh will meet Wnu.;;li in a l."i-ioiind engage-merit at Slireveport. l.a,. some lime this montli. ami will (ighl LIO rounds with Whitney ai. some southern city a few weidis later. Welsii lias not gone' more than twelve rounds for eiglitceii montlis. lie said he didn't want lo take on Chavley While for a chain|)ions!ii)i go until he iiad worked out over the long route in a conjde of sera lis. SPORTSMEN'S BIG SHOW AT THE TABER 'SPIEL Till' Taber lloiispiel came to a close last night willi.llie linal of the Wright Clip. The linal of the Wright Iror-liy hronght together the Hamilton nn'ii of Leihbridge, and the Wright rink of Taber. The Taber rink captur^'tl  the troidiv bv two points. The score was 13 to lb. Tlie Lfthlirid'C rink was composed of Crawford, McArtlH, iir, Carberrv and Hamilton. The skip of the viclorioi s rink, .Mr. H. Wi Wright. Is the donor oi the trophv. Ilercliiner of Kernie, caiilured thd ,\lalo-Malioii Cup, ilefoating IMcNaVil) of l.ellihridge in the linal. The (Iratid Cliallcnge trophy, a cu)) lircsented by the Canada West Coat Co., was won by the Wright rink of Taber, The winners defeated the Henderson rink of Taber in the linal. They were roariii' games and iv roariii' time was had. It was the liveliest little boiispiel ever staged in Taber, Tlial is what the Leihbridge visitors iii Taber have to say about, il. 'i'he hospitality of the Taberites knew no bounds. They extended Uiu glad hand to the visitors on all fiidds. The palace liotel proprietor, S6h Dohbs, handed the keys of his liousj;^i of-plenty over tfi tlie knights of thts: besom and static and lold them t() help themselves. .\ Lethbridgeitti doesn't have to be told to help hifii^ self twice anil the same goes for ' i| Kernii ite. Suilicieiit is it to say, our aim�miu'eHHMit 1' this (irealest C'lotliiu^' Sale has been ieall.> woiuU'i'ful and proves eonclusively that all that is re�|iiireil to t�ej the Inisiiiess is lo i�ive the values. The store has been crowded ever sinee the annonncenient and praetieally every caller has become a purchaser. DcMi'l let this OA^ERCOATS; Sale Price ..................$2e.50 ^m.m OVERCOATS; Sale Price $25.00 OVERCOATS; Sale Price .46 !i?20.00 OA^ERCOATS; Sale Price Craft" Suits Men's Fine Flannel and Negligee Shirts FROM THE BEST MAKERS IN CANADA, CLUETT, PEABODY, "ARROW BRAND" COAT STYLE, WITH OR WITHOUT COLLARS. $1.50 Skirls; Sale Price............... 95C $1.75 Shirts; Sale Price ............ $1.15 $2.00 Shirts; Sale Price............SI.45 $2.50 Shirts; Sale Price ............$1.65 $3.00 Shirts; Sale P,rice.............$1.95 Men's Working Shirts $2.50 Planncl Shirts; Sale Price.....$1.65 $1.50 lilack, green and tan Twill; Sale . -950 Men's Ties 50c. Ties; Sale Price.................25C 75c. Ties; Sale Price ................ 45C 71 alt Men's Lined and Unlined Working Gloves $1.75 Per Pair; Sale Price ..........$1.35 .$1.50 Per Pair; Sale .Price ----,......$1.15 $1.25 Per Pair; Sale Price.............95C $1.00 Per Pair: Sale Price.............76C Men's Caps WE'VE ALL THE BEST STYLES IN WINTER CAPS FOR MEN. $2.00 Caps: Sale Price.............. $1.25 Oaps; Sale Price ori Oliver Block li<;jr,.00 SUITS; Sale Price........................ $30.00 SUriS; Sale Price........................ i|<2r).0t) SU.I.TS; Sale Price........................ $20.00 SUITS; Sale Price................ ........ Blue Serge Suits ^ .$35.00 SUITS; Sale Price.......................... $30.00 SUITS; Sale Price.'.......................$i3,S5 $25.00 SUITS; Sale Price........................ $20.00 SUITS; Sale Price..................... . Si�ecial lot ol' Men's Overcoats, j;ood value at $18.00 Sale Price...................................$10.75 Special lot ol" Men's Tweed Suits; j-ood A'aluc at; $15.00; Sale Price........................ .......... . Men's Fur Collars $7.50 COLL.VRS; Sale Price.................... Men's Soft Felt Hats In the Ijitesl; styles and colors: $2.00 HATS; Sale Price............................ $1.15 $3.00 HATS; Sale Price.......................... $1.95 $3.50 HATS; Sale Price ................ -^S^^Bj I's Odd Pants A WIDE RANGE OF PATTERNS AND COLORINGS RECEIVED JUST PRIOR TO THE OPENING OF THIS SALE. MADE WITH, FIVE POCKETS, BELT LOOPS, SIDE TUNNELS. $8.00 Pants; Sale Price............ $3.50 Pants; Sale Price............ $4.00 Pants; Sale Price............. $5.00 Pants; Sale Price .............$3.95 $6.00 Pants; Sale Price...............S4.35 Corduroy Pants $4.00 "Headlight" Corduro,y Pants; Sale � Price........................$2.95, $5.00 "I-Ieadlio-lit" Corduroy Pants; Sale Price....................... "President" Suspenders 65c .Per Pair; Sale Price...........---- Oliver Block mi ;