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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 16, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The. Dully Herald, Wednesday, Fcbnuf) 16, THE BUCKEYE VOL.1 LETHBRIDGE, ALTA., FEBUUABY 10, No. 25 StoP Tiv-u I a LIGHT! One of the honorable aldermen iu his airship. %i The Buckeye P.S.-Nothing like a BUCKEYE to give you that feeling of riding on air, even if it must be done after council meeting A Reception Will Be Held at ROCHON'S CAFE Alberta Block, Round Street, every afternoon and evening until further notice. We make a Afternoon Teas Theatre Lunches PORT AND SPECIALTIES REGItfA WILL BE IN THE LEAGUE Decides to Support Pro- fessional Ball Again COMING BACK Reglna, :Feb. is to again have a professional ball team during the coming season. An ad- journed meeting of the shareholders or the old baseball company was held test evening at which this decision ivas arrived at. The report of the directors and auditor were taken up and adopted, showing that the total estimated expenditure would amount to about estimated revenue, Estimated expenses on the basis of last year show something goes to players, for travelling. guaran- tees, It is said this season's travelling expenses would not reach .his figure as one of the trips west JACK GLEASON and Woodward, the two wrestlers, returned from Ellison lardston -Imonton last week, -where they toad eon attending the wrestling tourna- ment. Both were successful in their routs, Ellison winning from the Doukahobor champion and Woodward vinning the lightweight champion- hip of Alberta. Both of the boys re now ready to meet all comers n their class. 'ill likely be dropped, ill act as secretary. Al. Smith LLISON AND WOODWARD SUCCESSFUL AT EDMONTON JOE COKKIGAN Fleet-footed Joe has ao-am o accepted terms to play the outfield for Lethbridu'c. Fistic In Mormon capital Trying to Get Rickard's Partner to Forget San Francisco San Francisco, Feb. Spe- eiayl Is little chance that Salt Lake citizens will buy out my shares of the JcU'ries-Johnson was the positive declaration made today by Jade Gleason who re- turned last night from the Mormon i! capital, where hot held several con- with Tex Rickard over the battleground for me Dig j "It is true as the dispatches say, that j a of propositions were made to have zne step he said. "I told 'tliu people back there that I am a business man and if they make a suilk-iently alluring offer, I would give up my end but I don't think they will come high enough. In fact, I am sure they will not; therefore I am going ahead with my plans to have the fight in San Francisco. Hickard will be over here early next week and I hope then to announce definitely the battle ground. "The Salt Lake people treated me royally and put up all sorts or argu- ments in favor of staging the fight in their town, but I had to remind them (that I was for San Francisco, first, j last and all the time unless they could show nie something better. Jeff Full of Ginger "Jeff is looking Hue. Iu fact, he im- presses me as being in as good shape as ever he was. He is so full of spirit that he acts like a school boy. Why, lie feels so good that after his per- formances he walks for an hour or so. He skips the rope, shadow boxes and does other light work, not lazily, STAND READY o tome here fqr all sporting goods if you wish to buy the standard article at ock bottom prices. We have built up n enviable reputation for UP-TO-DATE GOODS itch as boxing gloves, tennis rackets, skates, fishing tackle, croquet sets, basket and foot balls, tennis balls, goli ballK, etc. Have we named what you want? Then come and get The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co, PINCHER CITY BASEBALL CLUB ORGANIZED 1 as though it were drudgery, but with Pincher Creek, Feb. Pincherj all the old-time vim and dash. I made; City has reorganized its basehalllit a point to listen to what'his aud-i No man in the! Ninety-nine per Jack Johnson's lawyer, James Nu- gent, fears his client will be railroaded' o the penitentiary for three or six months and the championship fight nterfered with. He says that John- ion is being persecuted because lie is L negro. team and also held the annual meet- ing of At the latter an elec- tion of officers took place as follows: I. F. Pickett, secretary; R. W. Mor- gan, treasurer; Geo. Morris, captain; Larce Morgan, manager; Teddy Read mascot; Fred Collins, team umpire; P. D. Walsh, president; H. H. Becker, hon. president; Alf. Cook, vice presi- dent; Walter Sage, hon. vice presi- dent. At i the close of the election week and then local fans will have the of officers, suits, colors, etc., was cided upon. At a later meeting the club it was decided to give a dance for the benefit of the club on the evening of St. Patrick's Day, March 17, and a committee was ap- pointed for that purpose. ience said after the performances and all I could hear was, "I'm going to ar bet down on Jeff, world can beat him.' cent, of the people that -went to Jeff's show were impressed with his form and were absolutely convinced that he was as good as ever. "The big fellow will give one per- formance here the latter part of next '1 1671 opportunity of getting a line on him. of Jeff never intended to sidestep San Francisco. He simply was not book- ed for tliis city by the people he had signed with, but when I put it to him, he agreed to appear under my man- agement without hesitation." FINE SPECIMEN OF HORSE FLESH Drawing In aid of Lethbridge Profes- sional Baseball Ten Prizes to be Awarded Tickets on sale at the fol- lowing places: All the hotels in the city. J. D. Hirinbotham Co.'s Drug Store. Red Cross Drug Store. Bentley Ce.'s. .Gco. Kerr Co.'s. A. MacDonald Co. Ott's Cigar Store. Wallace's Cigar Store. The Arcade. Tickets one dollar. v. A GENTLE RETORT I publicly intimate to the person or persons, who sent me an anonymous jetter on the 14th of Feb., that St. is the reputed god of net hatred. The communication I refer to ws.s ..redolent of toad-spittle and- with a difference; the-snake-is manly enough to name itself by rattle before it strikes out with tbe'boldness of avowed enmity. j Almost. the anarchist takes human' life 'in''frenzied zeal and faces his supposed enemy. The thing who wrote the "Valentine" before me 'can'never attain the' man- hood of an anarchist or the >.onesty of a snake. He or she stalks his victim in the dark, :sfabs him in the back, then skulks back into the security of a mail service instituted for men and women reptiles. A. J. JONES. JOHN KLING WILL BE RE-INSTATED New York, Feb. Her- mann, chairman of the National Com- mission, stated this afternoon that Catcher Kllng would be reinstated. '-'He -has Jappljied '.Tor jyeinetate- Siid Mr. Hermann, "and -the application will be granted.- 'Kliog .will have ,to submit to a heavy-fine, "I should say 'i' What Klina Says Kltag, when-shown -the statement-of Garry Hermann that he would-be reinstated aivd probably fined "I -would have to about that a long time before coming to a de- cision. One -thousand dollars is a big gum of money." May Go To New York NCTV York, Feb. -Mc- Graw of the New York Giants, said that Charlie Murphy had offered him. MHM UPTON'S P O O L R 6 O M BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA BARBER SHOP CIGARS LUNCH COUNTER Basement of the Oliver Block the -first chance _to obtain ..the serv- ices of Kling: should the- Chicago club deem it advisable 'to .dispose thes catcher. McGraw that ,he' had offered a large for. Klin g's release. ts PRO 'ASSOCIATION'- ---v T to do Governing-Body _ "I for 'one won't' anything to do with the proposed Professional Ath letSc says Alf Shrubb in regard report emanating from New York to the effect that a govern- ing body for all. pro. runners would soon he formed and that pro meets would soon be conducted by that or- ganiation 1n different parts of the country. amateurs are tied up with all kinds of rules, registrations, sanctions and pormiis, but this would never do in professional circles. The idea, I suppose, is to encourage people to be- lieve professional sports 'are on Mia square and also to put the sport on a better basis. I would rather look after my own needs than be hindered by any such bureau. I would have in do entirely what they wanted me to do, not what I would like to do myself, No, not for mine. j i'bey think that they could have a crntra! oxchnnge where different, men could bo matched. This might work all right for a. time, but taken alto-! There is health in their but they can be thoroughly enjoyed only by those who are fortified by abundant to the cold' exposure. Flanneis and overcoats are no substi- tutes for the warmth that comes fromi a good digestion and a- proper diet. LETHBRIDGE BEER Is rich in heat-making, muscle-build- ing elements. It is predisested, and' therefore promptly assimilated, its rich food properties enteringrat fence upon- their work of building up a sound body. Lethbridge Beer is a winter beverage. Get a case today. The Lethbridge Brewing and Malting Co., Ltd. PHONE NO. 554 THE LETHBRIDGE I winning- ten out .of.eleven classes' -which she New Yorlr more, Lady .Seacon, set a record this year that has not often, if ever, been and mine- out'-of ten in Chicago, and .equalled by'heavy harness horse! She taking championship ..prizes at [met tbe oest high steppers in the shows, j World at both shows, and beat them every time In single and double, har- ness, her two defeats having occurred in tandem classes, where the wheeler behind her was not quite up to