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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 10 The Lethbridge Daily "i r cwnfaT> STAND READY to come here for all sporting goods if ou wish to buy the standard article at rock bottom prices. We have built up ail euviablo' reputation for UP-TO-DATE GOODS such as hexing tennis rackets, kates, fishing tackle, croquet sets, ase, basket and foot bails, tennis alls, golf balls, etc. Have we named what you want? Then come and get it. The Lethbridge ing Goods Co. BONSPIELB A BIG ATTRACTION Visiting Rinks Putting Up a Fine Ex hibition o (Special 10 the Horali) Sporting Goods Co., 2i_Tlu, >po.v, rink began early this PARK RANC.KU WINS the ice has been full of bons ENGLISH CUI' MATCH all day. The weather k.-ep _____ snow still coining down and 'than a foot has heen addcsl to the yesterday. The Craii- hrook boys arc playing good and putliutj host players on ihi-ir nu-Ulc. Last night's in tin- Burns did not until a l-.iu- hour, owing to the deiayrd arrival i.f the train with the Cranbrook play ITS. Six rinks were on the ice; Grant won from Liphardt, scon- Roberts of Cranbrook defeatui J mitre London, Feb. re-played cup ties today between Westham siwi' Queen's Park Rangers resUmi in a win for the lancr by In tin- second league Barnsley won two games and Fulham one. RUSSEL CAME BACK the and RENFREW PREPARES FOR OTTAWA CROWD Ottawa, Feb. is mak ing all arrangements for the enlarge ment of the skating rink" in prepara lion for the 'Wanderer and Ottawt matches, which are to take place in that town in a couple o weeks. The management of bock cy club, who also own u largi" slum :0t stock in the rink, intend spend-j ing several hundred dollars in the al terauons, and it is expected to enlarge .the rink to a sealing capacity of 3.000. Tp RAISE FOR Y. M. C A. IN TfflS CITY Who Was Thought To Be Down and Out is Again Starting. Sizing up the sensations of the hockey season as shown at the half- way mark, which i-s reached this The campaign 10 raise forty-five thousand dollars for a V. M. C. A. by the close score of 12-11; Dulliie won from Brown 15-0, and Cameron buildjns win siart OI1 March 12 iD. of Cranbrook defeated Henderson 01 Q[ March 27 as previouslv in_ in Fernie by ttie oni-sidcd score of This morning the contest for the chalhtiin1 cup ojx-nrd with eight rinks conU'Sting. Fred Johnson, of tended. The reason is given in a tekgram received from E. M. Thom- asson, the general secretary who stat- ed that the campaign in Portage la Prairie has to be delavcd. Me asked wee-, about the most remarkable fea- won from -Johnson, of ture appears to be The fay 12 to 11; Cameron of to "possible "to starTine Cranbrook beat big Bob puthio Of campaign hefe thc lhirlceiul, Dr. Fernie, by doubling Duthic's live, Galbrailh and 0 D Austin> lhe chair -of Ernie Russell. wanting those ac There were not the beginning of this matu-r was left saw about se- curing a. place for headquarters and found that a place could be secured for two weeks commencing the thir- teenth, but none was available Jor tne present season who predicted mking h teil. wilson of Cranbrook secrcfcary ot the freely thai Russell's year's absence W0n irom Uphaftt by tlw dosc. mar. provjsional committee in whose charge from the grane would queer him' for Ql- Dili and Grant, both good. But he has shown all his Of Pcrnie, played a close game. Dill old-time speed, and cleverness, defeating tiie sky pilot his work was rated as good as he: IP_ Fernie Club contest eight ever showed. rinks opened the game in the fore- i. will be remembered that Russell i noon, Wilson defeating Duthie was expelled by .Montreal Ama-joieson won from Herchmcr 12 to lnerefore teur Association a couple of years. Dan .Johnson defeated Roberts by a ago for deserting their team and play-: score of and Dill won from ang -with the Wanderers, after he! Herchmer had promised to play with the M. afternoon the Fernie Club cup tcenth would do. A. A., and it caused great excitement was continued, Brown of Fer- in th athltic world at the time., j nil, against H. J. Johnson Binning' TM-r-TRT A year Ernie could not be 14_9. Roberts, Cranbrook, won GETTING REGINA S to play, but this year.'after Henderson Grant won! and Walter Small deserted the Wan-'from James Johnson j derers, Russell came to the rescue; Thp k.p wjll be kepl {uU loniahlj of his old team mates, and he has; aml tomorrow the will be largely been responsible for their sue'. as u ts the lasl day and maay con.j cess this season. tests remain tp engaged the place j which is the premises now occupied j by the Eastern Townships Bank and i wired Mr. Tliomasson that 'the thir-i TEAM TOGETHER iFour of Last Year's Ball Players Sign- BRIEF BREEZY After Good Ones Jeffries' supreme courage and abil- ity to take a terrible beating will bring him through a winner in his Johnson bout, urges Frank This did not win the fight for Bat- tling Nelson. T" Harold Deeton, of Edmonton, whom the Herald stated, in a recent issue, was wanted hy the Ottawa hockey club to finish thc season in place of Bruce Stewart, who was hurt, is too high-priced. He wanted S200 an ap- pearance for five games to be plac and Ottawa could not see its way clear to come through. Probably they wish they had after being trounc 'cd by thc Wanderers last Saturday. It is felt that Dceton would have made some difference in thc outcome of the game. T" T" Pitching for Chicago in 18S7 George Van Haltren gave 10 bases on halls. This is a even Chesty Cox has been unable to eqial. A PRINCIPAL PROMOTER OF THE Regina, Feb. Walters the new player-manager of the Bone- pilers, is busily engaged at present in lining up a strong team to wear the JEFFRIES-JOHNSON FIGHT JULY 4TH his Regina niniform this year. From pres- ent indications 'not more than five members of last year's team will ap- pear in the diamond for Regina this year. Four have been defin- itely selected, namely. Hooker, Col- lins, Ward and McDonagh, and con- tracts for the coming season have been forwarded to them for signa- ture. "Roxy" is in correspondence with a number of highly recommended players, and he confidently expects to have an exceptionally strong team ready for the opening games of thc season. At a meeting of the directors the club held yesterday afternoon it was decided to take immediate stepr sell additional stock of the com- pany so as to place it in a good fin- ancial position, and by avoiding the costly mistakes 'of last year, it is be- jlieved that with the loyal and -prac tica! support of the fans thc coming season can be made a success __ ful one. financially as well as other jwise. Members of the directorate will i JV> i call on citizens in the course of the 97 and Wagner and Byrne 92 each- total of -107. 403. Four "Pirate players-Leach, Clarke, Joc has put Wagner and more runs down on wives of Newark players next few. days, and n? they are merely than the entire Boston Nationals i making sprint: training trip; with _ working in the interests of good, clor.n combined. Leach scored J2fi; Clarke, i vvives on tlu. trip ,joe says the Regina a ready welcome 'or 'ers make a 'trip .of ihr tl'cm in tlu qncsl for Boston scored only trainins. ..Thc trip is nol. is anticipated. i be a joy said McGinnity. UH{ will be a case of work from the time end of the- purse for being wc rcacll tno South. the players a principle in bringing a wil! no be takon away crowd together was a mangy {rom tbpir in >that and Rattling Nelson commanded 512. boy, Joe; that's system. j 000 for taking as fine a beating us he ,Tf TYn Ty_, i got. It harr to bo that war -Nelson would never have given the Renfrew has imported "Newsy" La-! German the privilege of entering thc'lon'de from the Canadien Tlocke.y C A 1WU D A rV LAME, Last Hope" or Fistic Realm Will Commence Active Training in April for Big Fight Lcs AngeJes. Feb. J. heavyweight cham- A strenuous business cam- paign is expected. for Saturday and some of the' most interest- ing attractions of'the Clothing business are shown by'us, both in quality and style- as -well as. our unprecedented low prices. nng witn mm. Now is in luh. Another case of a losing team t f j iP'on, wno is m-ucliofl meet. a position to feed out the same class giving up their best to help another i T -J 7 u .1 i-Tohnson for the title, Julv 4, arnvf-u of dope to his hungry rivals. "Am t team in the running. Ottawa took' c, T, ;here to-day, ntter an absence 01 n it ninnv what a duicrence jusl ,-x (ew .Smaill from (obalt likewise. Rot-! T J year. IncHulod tn his party wore Miv hours make. ten ____________________ I.Jeffries and Mrs. .lack Kipper. I At his home be said he intended to I do only light (raining until Apri! when -f be goes into active training for bis fight. Included in his stunts until thon will bo handball and gymnasium vnry. "I will be in boUer shape when I step into the ring than the people o' tht- coast have ever soen ho snirt Sam Herder, his manager, did no; UPTON'S POOL ROOM -f -f '4- 4- BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA BARBER SHOP CIGARS LUNCH COUNTER Basement of the Oliver Block -f 'accompany Jeff. He will arrive hero about the first of next week, acconlinp to Jeffries. Tex Uickard. one of the promoters of i.'io bout, sorn. 4- -f See Also Page Four For Sports And Pastimes your Clothing M-LeodBros, THE GREAT CLOTHIERS OF THE GREAT WEST RGA1N For You can buy a suit of clothes in a splendid quality of a fancy tweed or a blue or serge guaran- teed to be a perfect fit in every way. 00 We can sell you a fancy tweed or worsted or a blue or black chev- iot, that you cannot equal any- where in the west under We have something deserving special mention in a very fine quality of imported in all the new shades with neat pat- terns. Something you have been paying from to for and was considered good value at that price. WORKING AND DRESS PANTS, Stanfield's Under- poR SATURDAY ONLY Regular value for wear For 20 CENT. OFF .Regular value for Black. All Our Trunks, Valises and Suit Cases. Regular :S3.50 value for Blue Label need the room and money. Regular value for ;Rod LaLof You need the trunk or suit case. A splendid aggregation of Boy's two and three piece suits, sizes 28 to 33, the finest quality of genuine Scotch tweed made up in either single or double breasted or Norfolk styles, good value at Our price for SATURDAY Also a large variety of pat- terns in the Buster B.rown styles from 2l to 28 to go at. fJh W i i vi-' a big reduction. Boy's Knicker pants in a Fancv Tweed al! sizes Regular for f I 90c. Boy's heavy Corduroy pants, all sizes, regular AA For JW- MACLEOD BROTHERS Alberta Block THE CASH STORE Rouad Street The Great Clothiers of the Great West ;