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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 19, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1010 THbJ LETHB.RIDGE DAILY HEKALU PAGE THREE CANADIAN MAOa LAD" IRPHy PASSES Portland Hockey Team Anxious to Play for Stanley Cup I In finer mwcrial for extra wear. 3 in sealed box for 50c. Ask for ihe Vancouver, li. C, Kcl). SR. - Tin; I'Ditliiml liofkcy I'iiiiK liiivc. iiisl, ulioul conic to tlic cfiMclnsio.'i Uiul the Hiiiis arc KoinK to he the next, champions of tlic l'.C.ll..\. and thev are now (i.Hiiriiii!; (hi the possiliility of their team inal(in(!; the' trip down casl to pla\ the i!asterii championship. Wliile "It i.s not possililc iMuiie any delinilc pi ii world's scries for Ih;. I'atric'i to I'ortland v. i;: : ;i The I'aciiiC coast league ;-.ea l'"el), '�') the loastern lee.v, continii- three weeks loiiKcr, present (o ' to .the ' oa," said In M'*^'^^" Players fraternity,  Well." then J hitched up mv little'" meeting of the American league held here today. President B. H. .lohnson represented tlie new owners of the Cleveland club. After the playing dates for the coming season had been adopted the league executive stated he would announce, some time next week, the names of all those who were interested financially In the purchase of the Cleveland club. He said, however, that J. C. Dunn, a Chicago contractor, held the majority of theclub's stock. Phil Ball, wlio recently acquired the St. Ivouis Browns, was introduced to his fellow club owners, and made a speech in which he described some of his experiences as a club owner in the Federal league. He said that his first year in that venture cost hlni $80,000, and during the second year lie lost about $94,000. Higli Prices Surrender IMWIBH.....1111 iii nil IHI ���MIIII^MiaMIIBIMI^MWMBMMM- The Economy Sign is Out Third Avenue S. THE The reticence which Jess Willard has displayed in getting matched up for a championship bout is inexplicable to many. Now, with the 'announcement of his acceptance of a match with .Jack Dillon on A|)ril 10, ill ailililion to the Moran afl'aic, it looks as though he has had a. change of heart. rV''-;-;3P CIGNS WITH ST. LOL'IG i hvi! �..-, 111., Feb. IS.-.lack \Va:-ilioi', lormer pitcher for the New Yorl: Americans,, who lives lior.'. v-.i'i] ; � day lie had signecl with i:u St. .^i Nationals. ? : Prod Tonnoy and .fames Price, ? who will transfer tho team to : this city. The purchase price has boon fixed at $25,000, and ? II was said that 11. Clay Smith, ? of Danville, 111., Is Teiiney's ? llnanclal backer. With the ? fraijohiae will go ton players; ? all of them played with the �> team last summer and were ; tranaferrad to Harrlrsiiurg. Ten-noy win be manager and Pric^ president of tho club. ff .;. .;. satisfaction. Thev ai't^ made iii BRITISH COLUMBIA hy expcH NV .-en ol HONKST SUBSTANTIAL leather, Ail iirst chiss dealers liandlo LECKIE BOOTS and SHOES. Look for the name ''LECKIE" plainly stamped on every pair of the genuine. Investigate the   money saving opportunities of fer'd esterri SAM. SADOWSKI, Prop. 08 ;