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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 22, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Leihbridge Daily Herald, Tuesday, February 22, Page 0 R o und Street Macleod Brothers THE GKEAT CLOTHIERS OF THE GREAT .WEST m Truthful representations and giving the public exactly what we advertise has made our clothing business what today. We intend for 1910 to go on record as having done the largest clothing business in our history, if honest business princi- ples and good values count. Men's Suits An extra special offer we are making of two lots of clothing comprising a very neat brown check tweed, and a very fine blue serge made. up -iir the latest style. For this week only they can be bought at Men's Alberta Block for Men .Young Corbett Went the Pace That Kills and Like the Majority of His Profession Who Have Gone the Same -Route Has Faded Away Into Obscurity Unnoticed This is a coat we can't praise too highly. Made of a very fine piece of grey the very latest'3-4'length style with silk lapels. A full assort- STAND READY to come here for all sporting goods ii oil wish to buy the standard article at rock bottom prices; We have built up-- an enviable reputation for UP-TO-DATE GOODS such as boxing gloves, tennis rackets, kates, fishing tackle, croquet sets, base, basket and foot balls, tennis r alls, golf bails, etc. ;Have we named what you want? Then come and get it. The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Big Fight To Day Betting in Favor of the Dane c With Lots of Wolgast Money in Sight San Francisco, Cal., Feb. principals in the Nelson-Wolgast fight which takes place to-day at Richmond have completed their training satis- factorily. Their handlers announced to-day that their charges were below weight. Apparently' both fighters are in condition to -the llght- welghf championship a furious fight. The betting with Nelaon. the favorite, but plenty of Woi- gast money In sight. It is predict- ed that almofflst even money will be offered by the time the fighters en- ter the ring. ment of sizes to at THE QUALITY STYLE Our Shoes not only comprise the highest quality of material and workmanship that can be put into a shoe, together with everything that is new and natty in the fashion world made so as to fort to the foot, but on account of the very .reasonable prices we ask for this line of goods. We have gained the distinc- tion of putting out the best shoes for the least money of any store in the west. Patent Leather Shoes or Oxfords from to Tan Box Calf Slioes or Oxfords to 50 Black Black Via Kid to COKBETT How the mighty have .fallen. It seems yesterday .that the entire sporting world .was singing the prais- es of. "Young" one time invincible champion yet now one rarely hears his name mentioned. Such is fame.; Long live the king. The king is It is but a de- cade ago that; this same; Corbett startle dthe pugilistic world by sound ly thrashing the hitherto' invincible McGovern, in one of the .most'sensational fights in the history of the prize ring. But was short-lived with- CorbetL him. The gay life at- tending a successful pugilist's car- eer were all his: 'the white praises of alleged friends, all sobn made" "Young" Corbett easy prey for his sturdier opponents. It came about as expected; nature rebellel, and Corbett 'lost "his title. It can al- ways be said to his credit that "he was an honest fighter; he' tried his best to win every time he started, and his' dethronement." was .a to his followers. Better fighters may come, but certainly none more pop- ular or as square as this same Young MONEY FOR HOCKEY PLAYERS Hockey In Canada never reached such a high state of professionalism as it has done this season. 'Really good men are as scarce as gold, and' the. competition for'star performers, on the ice was never so: keen, as may be judged by the following table' of prices that is being paid some of the best in the National Hockey e went the way of many other cbam Corbett. ENNANT WINNERS STICK TO LEAGUE edicine Hat Again Enthusi-l astic on Baseball Subject. Arthur Roes, Haileybury ----k Fred Taylor, Renfrew Lester Patrick, Renfrew Didier Pitre, Les Canadiens Bruce Stuart, Ottawa Frank Patrick, -Renfrew Besides his hockey stipend, is guaranteed a .permanent position; of per annum. All the. Otta- wa players are given good positions In addition to their salaries. RIEF BREEZY At a meeting of, baseball fans at 1 edicine it was pronounced in no us- er tain voice that the city was in the eld to land the pennant of the Weat- r'h Canada Baseball League for the hird consecutive time. A statement of last year's .finances howed expenditures amounting lo with receipts less. Ar- rangements were made .to wipe off this small outstanding indebtedness, and as the club has retained the act vices of all last season's champion- ship team, with the exception of pitch er Whisman, prospects are rosy for a successful year. The election of officers resulted In the choice for president falling rn William Cousins, with James Flem- R. Martin, J. D. McGregor and G. W. Elliott and A. M, Graoe as di- rectors. Billy Hamilton will ag: be offered the management. Claude Rossman, the big first base- sian, who kicked himself out of the American League by refusing to play the bag for Jimmy McAleer in 'St Louis 'last year, will hereafter be an outfielder. He has signed a two years' contract with Columbus, .in which it is stipulated :that he is to hold down a garden berth. 11. They say they are out to win he pennant for the third However, no one fears the little" gas 'omiting berg now that the handling >f the umpires has been taken away rom there. a word to any- is said a Medicine Hat man: would carry an ace up tire sleeve playing'solitaire. Now that the prices have riz, a professional 'hockey player is abou tue only capitalist who can order a few birds at the poultry man's 'with out getting a pain in his pocket book J. Johnson, the gentlemanly pugi ist, was not arrested yesterday. Hi press agent was probably neglectin his job. He shouldn't let it occu again.. "Bugs" Raymond is out with his annual statement that he is through An "outlaw" baseball league, judg- ing from the records of the past is just about as useful and necessary. as a third party in parliament, or a fifth wheel -to a coach. One is be- ing organized in Boston, and it will probably go to the graveyard of base- ball enterprises. The two great pro-. fessiorial leagues cover the field so thoroughly that no room is left for a" rival, for the state and district leagues are not really rivals, but or- ganizations with spheres and their own patrons. 'What looked Warm Underwear is an interesting subject just now. We have a complete range of almost every weight of Underwear to sell from 5Qc to a garment. We handle the famous Stanfield'i goods and have it in almost every weight, from the very fine silk and wool to the extra heavy black Label, from to a garment. AN OUTLAW BALL LEAGUE Schedule Meeting Will Be At Providence. Held spirituous drinks until the close like the most formidable rival to the 01 the coming campaign. It looks like Medicine Hat for the Western Canada .League again after old organization was that known the Players' League, supposed -to con- tain in its ranks about all .the 'talents. Boston, Feb. "outlaw" baseball league was formed yesterday at a meeting a. number of men of various eastern cities. It is to be known as the United States league with Dr. G. H" Lawson, of PatersoH, N. J., as president, and Louis Dough- er. of Doston, as secretary. The cities in which it is said clubs will be placed are: Boston, Provid- ence, Brooklyn, Newark, J., Tren- ton, .Paterson. N. J., Philadelphia and Baltimore. The schedule meeting is set for March I9tb, at Providence. The mjignates are Dr. Lawson, J. M. Fol ey, of Boston; Frank L. Sheffield, of Providence; E. P. Rice, of Brooklyn; K. F. Johnson, of Newark; Colonel K. M. Perron, of Trenton; E. F. Land- graff, of Pbiladep'm'a, and Dr. Francis King, of Baltimore., In spite of this it was a failure. led as a Tonic Invalids and Con- t-M WESTON STARTS CROSS CONTINENT Alberta Wock THE CASH STORE Round Street The Great Clothiers of the Great West Sunshine, Ariz., Feb. 2. More thanj a day ahead of his schedule, Eldward j Payson Weston left here early to-day on his walk to New York. Weston said he intended to walk 35 miles and pass the night at one of the small stations between Wiaslow and Holbrook. He rested terc. all j Sunday. BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA T i BARBER SHOP CIGARS LUNCH COUNTER Basement of the Oliver Block M ;