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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta SPECIALTIES Tbe Letfcbridge Daily Herald, Friday, February to come here for all sporting goods if j ou wish to buy the standard article at rock bottom prices. We have built up an enviable reputation for UP-TO-DATE GOODS guch as boxing gloves, tennis rackets, kates, fishing tackle, croquet sets, base, basket and foot balls, tennis balls, golf balls, etc. Have we named what you want? Then come and get it The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co. NERVOUSNESS IN THE RING Jim Corbett Tells Of Its Effeds In Training By James J. Corbett.) I have frequently been asked what effect the nervous strain in training for p great fistic contest and also while in the ring has upon the physical system. DOES PROFESSIONAL HOCKEY PAY At the first of the hockey seasoi when, it was announced that Ottawa would pay iusalaries to the players it was thought by the knowing ones that the backers would lose very heavily. Their receipts so far have amounted to over with the big vVanderer vs. Ottawa gate on Satur- day night yet to come. As the Ren- frew vs. Ottawa game drew peo- tn aid of Lethbridge Profes- sional Baseball Club Ten Prizes to be Awarded Tickets on sale at the fol- lowing places: All the hotels in the J. D. Higinbotham Co.'s Drug Store. Red Cross Drug Store. Bentley Co.'s. Geo. Kerr Co.'s. A. MacDonald Co. Ott'r, Cigar Store. Wallace's Cigar. Store. The Arcade. Tickets one dollar. Nearly everything, of course, de- pends upon the temperament of the fighter. Experience is a big factor, in lavor of the contestant, both in and out of the ring, while the natural zest one can put into his training, together with ambition, is a good point. The nervous system has much to do with the stomach, and to enter tne ring fit in every particular point means ihat one is to fight for bis life. Some fighters will loose much more j weight than others, and among the j i.ghier claTses, particularly with the j bantams and feathers, where ringside weight is demanded, the effect of rigid training to gel within the limit is more marked. In the latter" classes on- ly the fighters themselves can appreci- ;ace the value of the strength gained tnrough being permitted to get a pie last Saturday night and standing room brought 75 cents, the Wanderer game will pack the rink. It pays to have a winner. GREAT RACE HORSE DEAD Salvidore, Dies After A Season's Work New York, Feb. is dead. The greatest son of Belvidere square meal in the difference of eVer looked through a bridle died i Between being obliged to weigh in at 6 o'clock or 9 o'clock on the evening of the fight. The point is illustrative, jwevsr, of care all must give to training. Loses 8 founds in Rounds In the long and fast fight of sixty-! in harness like the great courageous horse that he was. In order to put i j him out of his misery his owner, i Thomas Hitchcock Jr., ordered him i ishot. His body now lies along side! i the grave of Good and Plenty at West-1 one rounds with Peter Jackson in 1891 1 lost more than S pounds. Perspira- tion took away a lot of this weight, but it was onet of my first hard fights and j It was one of my first hard fights and son, then as now, I regarded as one of jbury, L. I. It was in 1S90 that John: E. -Madden bought him out of the dis- posal sale of Harry Brown's string of; racers which had been left by will to; i the Pittsburg coal baron by liis bro- i ther, the late Captain S. S. Brown, j Under Madden's care Salvidore won Joe Reid Thinks He Can Beat Clarke With Straight Rules (Calgary Albcrtan.) Joe Reid, the Alberta heavyweight beser arrived in the city yesterday from.Taber, where he fought Jack Clarke, of Lethbridge, on Saturday evening. Reid looked very little the worse for -his fifteen round bout -with Lethbridge idol -and except for. a swelled nose, Joe did not look as if the best heavyweights the world has all his starts and ended the season. ever seen. This right, by the fur-1 w _ _ti f_ nishes a contrast to that with Jeffries; In he had been in a fight The bout was scneduled fifteen rounds and it -went the limit to a draw. Reid stated to the Albertan that the bout was a hard one. He said Clarke is a good, fast man at the clean break style, of fighting and .takes some beating. The boxin game is taking well at Taber and along the Crow's Nest line, and Reid has been matched to meet Clarke again in 'the near future. "There is a said Reid, "that the next time we meet it wiU San Francisco, in which, for ten rounds my seconds never lifted a fan or a towel and I left the ring with my body nearly as dry as when 1 entered it. Confidence in one's own ability and fin one's seconds has much, to do with success. I do not mean over-confid- ence in one's self or absolute depend- ence upon one's seconds to win a bat- tle. Many battles have been lost by poor handling or worse advice in the ring and others won by good care of one's 'seconds, notably the Barry-Leon contest, at Lemont, III., in 1894, in which Harry Gilmore played a star part, as many of my readers will re- member. The principal in the ring must be the-boss of the job, but he must feel absolutely certain that the seconds can be relied upon to do the right thing at the right moment. Nervousness Big Handicap When you see a fighter furtively glancing from his corner of the ring like a cat in distress, ever apprehens- ive that a horseshoe is being surrepti- tiously inserted in the glovo of his op- ponent or that the fellow over in the other corner "has something on i and otherwise acting like a rat corner- ed by a bull teTior that fellow is gen- erally a bad betting proposition. He he best colt in training with o his credit. It was in'the race for! the Brighton cup at two and .one- i quarter miles that Salvidore earned undying- fame as a great racer. He I strangled Ballot at 'the end of a mile. will lose weight every moment before be under straight rules. If this is decided -upon 'I .fchink I can 'beat j he starts milling, and the intense ner- Clarke. At the clean break Clarke jvous strain upon him is so sure to tell can hold his own, but I am sure him in the contest that his will get licked when we meot again if it is under straight rules. May Cost Kling 1000 New York, Feb. Herman, more experienced opponent purposely delays the battle to increase the other's discomfort. In the coming contest between Jef- fries and Johnson the colored man will certainly have to be a cold proposition to go up against Jeffries with any feel ing of confidence. Jeffries has the su LACROSSE PLAYER AWARDED A MEDAL Cornwall, Ont, Feb. Royal Humane Society has awarded a bronze inedal to Hugh Kippen, the well- known Cornwall' lacrosse player and musician, who on..Sept. 20, 1909, saved the life of Miss Mary Mclntosh, at the peril of his own. The incident took place at the G. T. R. depot, at Cornwall, where a newly married couple and a host of friends were awaiting the east bound express. As the train rushed into the depot at twenty miles ari hour or so, 'Miss Mc- lntosh was jostled off the platform and fell across the rails in front of the approaching train. Like a flash] Kippeh stepped on to the track and j terally threw the fallen girl into the rowd, jumping back himself in time o escape the locomotive the driver f which had applied the emergency brakes. The matter Vas taken up by ast year's mayor, Dr. W. Munro, and on his representations the Royal Hu-1 mane Society awarded the which will probably be presented the St Patrick's Society entertain-; ment on March 17. chairman of the national commission, confidence in himself that an undefeated champion should have, bu his natural modesty and retiring dis stated this afternoon that catcher Kling would be reinstated. "He has applied for hold this confidence well in Mr. Herman, "and the application will ibounds. He never frets, and above al is cool, calm and collected at all times Like a great big bear, he is always ag gressive, and a natural confidence i be granted. Kling wil! have to sub- mit, though, to a heavy fine, I should think about Manager Mc- Graw, of the New York club, said that Charlie Murphy had offered him [him feel certain of the result, the first chance to obtain the ser- vices of Kling should the Chicago Toronto Speed Skater Was Nosed Out Round Street Macleod Brothers THE GREAT CLOTHIERS OF THE GREAT WEST M en s 3-piece Suit in a fancy brown check tweed. Regular quality Men's 3-piece blue and black, in an all-wool fine serge. Regular quality for...... SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY MEN'S CLOTHING For the last two weeks we have been receiving our new spring stock of Men's Clothing, and we now nave them on display and ready for your inspection. In select- ing this superb stock we have confined our purchases (as in the past) to the very best and most reliable clothing manufac- turers in the country, and the result is that our clothing stands second to none in Alberta, for first class quality and the low- est possible price. Special for Saturday Men's Shoe Values The public know, for a fact that we not> only have a large SHOE DEPARTMENT for men, but that our remarkably low ices for high class goods are a reve- lation. We buy direct from the factory and save all middlemen's profit, and so, can and do undersell all competition. Men's Patent Leather from to Men's Tan Box Calf from to Men's Black Box Calf from 3.75 to Men's Black Vici Kid from 2.75 to Men's Fancy Vests In a large variety of patterns Warm and comfortable, just what you need for this weather. To go Saturday at Half Price. A Real Glove Offer We have a few pair of the genuine pigskin gloves that we will clear this Saturday at less than cost. Regular 75c for 3oc; Regular for Working and Dress Pants Regular value for Regular value for Regular value for Regular value for Regular value for club deem It advisable to dispose of me catcher. McGraw intimated that be had offered a large sum for Kline's release. St. John, N. B., Feb. his own well-developed bigness makes j people saw Ted Logan, of St. John, defeat" Fred Robson of Toronto in both the 220 and 440 yard events Heggs a..horse that proved the sensa-jir. Victoria rink tonight. Logan equal- When Ketchel meets Frank Klanse for sis rounds in Pittsburg next month it will be his first appearance in the ring since Johnson knocked him out. tlon of the present season at Emery- ville by winning six consecutive races, has been sent to Ham Keene's farm in Kentucky for a rest prior to the open- ing of the eastern racing season. Lady Alicia and Micaela, two other horses owned by Keene, were included in the shipment. They will be placed in the stud. M M UPTON'S POOL ROOM BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA t BARBER SHOP CIGARS LUNCH COUNTER lev. the world's record of 19 2-5 sec- onds for the 220 yards, and skated yards In 39 flat The last race was the best ever seen in St. John, there being less than a foot between the two skaters as they crossed the! line. In the 220 yard race Logan! jumped Into -the lead at the crack of the pistol and darted away with tre- mendous speed. Rohson started much slower and he only skated a short distance and stopped. It was then ar- ranged that he should skate the 220 alone and if he equalled Logan's time of 19 2-5 seconds the two should skate ofT. Robson. however, brought the Itime down to 21 seconds only. So the went to Logan. Robson's friends claim that Logan had the advantage Knowing the rink well. T irace i 4- claim L, A Shirt Offer that is Unusual e will clear the balance of our regular and Negligee Shirts Saturday for Oc Boys' Knickers The balance of our Boys Pants and Fancy Kni quality, to be sold at ers Corduroy the MACLEOD BROTHERS THE CASH STORE I Basement of the Oliver Block Jim Gaffney is one of the most re- markable horses at Emeryville. Al- though classed as a cripple, more or less, he has been winning at all dis- tances, his record being six firsts, three seconds and five times unplaced. Alberta Block The Great Clothiers of the Great West Round Street ;