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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Saturday Page 1) Horse Racing On Ice PHSTI New Manager Appointed for Profes- sional Baseball Team- Prospect Brfght. NEGRO NINE TO PLAY IN THE NEW OUTLAW LEAGUE New York, Feb. to President Law-son, of the United States League, the new Eastern out RECORDS OF JEFF AND JOHNSON Jim Has Never Lost and Been In But Two Smoke Knocked Out Once. That the only question about the re- sult of the coming fight is the kind of condition which the big boilermuker can bring himself into again. That Jeffries has fought two one of them for 20 rounds against bottom pi-ices. We have built up STAND READY to come here for all sporting goods if ou wish to buy the standard article at man knocked out Johnson in three rounds four years later, and that his other attempts have been victories. That Johnson has fought 17 times to a draw or -no decision with men who shave never reached championship cal- Ottawa, Out., covered surface of the Ottawa Klver one of the biggest harness rac- ing meetings ever held in Canada lias just 'been concluded. The best hors- es of ihe Dominion and .some of less- er merit from -the United States for six days contested for big purses on u half "mile track laid out midway be- the Ontario and Quebec -shores j of stream, while from the rough hoard grand stand and scores of far- lined slolghs a great crowd appbmt- ll would be hard tu i'uul 21 season oi ihe year in which the Canadians; are not paying devoted attention to; some form of sport. Winter is, per- haps, richer in outdoor pastime 'than spring, summer or autumn. From the course several busy toboggan slides could be observed on the steep shores of the river, and tlie cars; which took the racegoers from the1 Hussell and Windsor hotels were of- ten loaded with young and old, bound with skis for ihe hills outside of the town. The Central Canada Racing Assoc- iation provided a good card this year. and the meeting was well worth a tip visit., not only that one might see the ft' one wishes to be thoroughly, warm coonsh-in on cold days. He has lost three times and was knocked out once. i That Jeffries is only three years old-! than Johnson. i I Joe Choynski knocked out Johnson in three rounds in 1901. i That four years after Jeffries i first heard from, in the fighting! I world, in a 20 round draw with Ohoy-l Moose Jaw, SusX. 'Feb. 25. Moose javVf baseball organization, the entire ibre, or even made records that are j Jaw is well in line for professional team ol- lue Cuban giants has signed credkabe. tliis year. The new manager j to represent club at Pater- Wm. 'Davis, of Palouse, Wash., is x.J., thus having nine com- tue city conferring with liie directors j posed entirely of negroes. Lawson and plans ore being laid to raise tjie league has been incorporated capital and strengthen the organiza-l uncier the laws of Delaware, the cap- tion many ways. -Contracts have; iui! nxed Ar- been forwarded to many of last year's! r.'itigernents for the playing season payers and several new men are 'been practically completed, and reidy signed up. be adopted at a meeting at Pro- Among are Gardiner, of Ue-jvidence on March gina, wlio was traded for Koxy Wai-: twrs, and Mclntosii, of Salt Lake, Utah, a star catciier. Negotiations ctre proceeding for two lirsi class pit- chers. Summing up the the di- expect to have a stronger bat- ting team than last year and to be eiiinlly as strong in the tSelil. pan enviable for UP-TO-DATE GOODS such as boxing gloves, tennis rackets, kates, fishing tackle, 'croquet sets, ase, basket and foot balls, tennis alls, golf balls, etc. Have we named you want? Then come and get it. The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co. 20- Cy" Pieh To Be Seen Here Again Jeffries fought Choynski to round draw November 30, l'S97. Jeffries knocked out Fitzsimmons, nski. the same Choynski put Johnson 9- is'jy- in n rounds- jin dreamland in three rounds. Jeffries knocked out Fitzsluvmous, That Johnson fought 25 1902, in eight rounds, live years after Jeffries whipped Bob i Johnson knocked out Fitzsimmons, second time, and Fitz never rtidUn. two rounds, July 17, whip :i good man after his last bat- i Jeffries won In four rounds from observe the crowd as i and comiortable he wears a coonskin. 'The fur is long, mixed in color, tend- to grey and extremely light. In United States coonskins are on- d to ca.b drivers, iind would scarce- ue considered drossy enough for one with enough money 'to indulge the fur coat habit. Yet in Qtra- raeeri. but to well. i It was a coonskin throng. All Uan- ada goes in for fur coats in the win- ter, but for practical purposes the sealskin and Persian lamb collars to be seen in Broadway and Fifth A veil- RENFREW DECISIVELY BEATEN .i. .f, in are considered to be of little use. >-i the- Governor-General appears lias boon put to sleep, in his earlier days of the fighting Ed- die Nelson, of Grand Rapids, who put away Curly Gebhardt of Deiroi- ?.t on Wednesday night. Ivul the t-xtereiv.e pleasure. '1 Here is going to be some high class ball in the Western Canada League this year. Judging by the calibre or the players that Moose Jaw, Calgary Lechbrldge -and some of the othei flubs are securing, it will be higher b> twenty per cent, or more than last vear. Johnny Mackin has agreed to the tenms of the Lethbridge club and will in all probability be seen holding down the second sack this season. Johnny! has many friends world's He has sign- ed liwl Shnrne. of Newark. TO pit against Flynn. rfliarpo i? a fin- ished Holder. Kennedy, the wrestling pro- moter has nnnounr.rd that he has a thn-e .wars1 i-ontract with Zbysuo I tin- tfrrible roll-, and that he will have him matt-lied with Gotch at a near date for the championship. The Pole ami Mahmout are about only wrestlers wlio can give Gotch a nisi for the money. In fact Gotch has little or nothing on either oi these nu'ii. Charley Hickman, die former big it-ague 'batsman, .who was with Tol- e..o year, may be unable ever again to don the spangles. His legs have gone back on him. The ail- M has failed to respond to sur- y 1 treatment. Hickman can walk with great difficulty. Montreal, Feb. hockey team of .Montreal defeated the Ren- frew team at Renfrew by a score of 5 to 0. -r -I- -r .T, iii Stanley Robison the utmost Charapion Frank Gotoh says Zibysco must beat Dr. Roller to secure a nv.itch with him for the ciiam counting on the catciier manager to l.ind the Cardinals 'in the first div- ision this year. "Give me two more clnssy declares the Raja-h, Nearing the Finals (Special to The Herald) Fcrnie, Feb. lionspiel is nearine; the finals and the excitement is growing with the scores. Last night Wilson won from Lip- j tie wiUi Jeffries. Jeffries beat Fitx- simmons within two years after Cor- jbett was 'placed on the shelf by the Cornlshman, and at that time John- son was not known. The year that Jeffries lirst whipped Fitz, Johnson was beaten, by Klondyke in five rounds. That the records made against Hank] Giiflin are 'within a year of each other. That the record by Johnson against Kennedy is the best that the negro has made in comparison with Jeffries' list. That Jeffries toyed with Munro in .Montana, and. nearly killed'him in Cap a year later. Hank Griffin, September 17, 1001. Johnson drew with Hank Griffin in 20 rounds in 190ii. Johnson drew with Hank Griffin in 15 'rounds in Jeffries knocked out Joe Kennedy In two rounds, September 24, 1'JOl. i John-son knocked out Joe Kennedy in four rounds in 1902. Jeffries won in tour round exhibi- tion from Jack Munro, December 19, Jeffries knocked out Munvo in rwo rouads, August Johnson fought six i omuls to no de- cision with Jack Munro; Juoe Uot'a. THIS IS SOMETHING RICH Hackensmidt Declai es Gotch Ran Away ago (Funny that tihe pursuit has taken Remarkable Statement Made b'y Rus- Hack to the oppposite side of the "an-d I'll be up there amonj four." the iirst pionsbip. Gotch says: "I aoii told that a between imyself and would draw a house in Kansa-s City. At -any rate I have been ottered 000 for my end." Appointment Saskatoon, has won the clnmplon- ship of Saskatchewan, and' are ready so a H.R.H.THE THE to challenge for the Stanley Cup. Let v winners us hope they will meet with b'yirer'Play oft tonight. success than Edmonton. "i" The fever heat interest in nhe big hockey matches in the east may ibe judged by a short conversation that the Ottawa 'Free Press Reporter 'had with boy speculator: i .got here at a quarter past two eleven year old Willie Brown said, "i didn't go to bed at all. We sat. up j the 'house and played cards." "How cold did it feel like after you bad beevi waiting an hour" the report- er asked. Willie turned down several offers of live dollars 'for liis place at the head oi' the line on the east side. are you going to do with your tickets'.'" the reporter asked the lad. "I gue-ss I'll give them to my father ami inoMier." he retorted, with a look sir.ile chat suggested a specula- tor behind Wiiliie in the whole affair. hardt in the Fcrnie Club contest and i Brown defeated Cameron of Cran-, brook. Dill defeated Dan .Johnston j in tlic same and' Dill won from Grant In the Grand Challenge, Brown won from Dill. Dill also won from Rob- erts-in tlie Burns- finales. The con- solation contest is now on and the in the different series will Fans 'will be pleased to know that the candy kid. "Cy" Pieh will again adorn the mound for Letlibridge. Chesty Cox has received a isigned con- tract from the husky slant artist, al- letter in which he states that e never saw him in as good sian Lion in Australia Which Will Create a Laugh When Read on This Continent. Hackenschmidt, is tin Australia. the Russian Lion; Hack is adding to shape as he is now, and that he will tlie -list of funny things said toy pro- be in condition to -play tlie game of fessional his me tihis season. "Cy" was one! home. He is tellin athletes when far from the' Autralians or' the imost popular players -on' the line-up last year, and his work in the box -was only next to the great'PJiil Lezie. he is awfully afraid that Frank' Gotch will continue to run away from hrn. He tells how he has pursued Cotch ever since losing the match' in Chic- world) and how Gotch eluded Mm an England. Hackenschnndt fears that Gotch will sidestep the proposition of going to Australia to meet him on tlie mat- Also he fears that even if Gotch does go there, Gotch will refuse to wrestle Hackenschnndt for a side bet, is the one tiling tiiat Hacken- schmidt Tvill Insist on. Gotch will re- fuse to make any side bet at all, but will want a ipurae, and insist upon hav- ing that split arbitraray, without a winner's end a loser's end. Tailor Made Suit Free DAN PATCH GETS TREATED LIKE A KING The latest; the best style, and the best quality Tailor Made Suit in our store to the boy who will send us before April 15th the largest number of English-spoken words (no two alike) made from: the letters comprised in the two M Black White 0. KOBLIX SOLE CANADIAN AGENT: 'TORONTO. Dan Pi'.tch, the horse of the century, is one of the animals that 'have never been beaten in a race. i Like many grreat thoroughbreds, ihe is a kinil and gentle beast, and as iie is ifce a iv.envber of bh'e Savage fam- ily, he is treated as one of them. No nabob is given more attention. I I1..1 travels in u nrivate car all of his i it is padded. He fed on ihe lliciM food at suited I vals. Mr has an extra sett to Hi.- upon a trainer and driver. j spcciil and and -six t nr seven wait upon him the McKel vie cuuire nut of where l; UPTON'S POOL ROOM BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA BARBER SHOP CIGARS LUNCH COUNTER Basement of the Oliver Block .iiipl-iis. and at an oxhi- V.oi'.sevl in an x S-ioh is the caro horse li-i> never lioei; i. and who Ivis been the rarer ;ho ;r> A few minutes deiay in trentinc sonif cnses or croup, even the long'.! of tinir !t takes to go for a doctor orton proves dangerous. The safes way is to kcpp Chamberlain's Cough y in the and at the firs indication of croup give the child a dose. Pleasant to take and alway cures. Sold by all druggists. No proper names allowed. This list must: be sent in; a sealed envelope, and only boys from 10 to 15 years of age are eligible. Every boy, no matter where ne lives, is invited to take part in this contest. In addition to the above, every contestant must have his list headed in the following manner-- McKelvie McGuire, only exclusive Men's Outfitters in Lethbridge Sole Agents for Fit-Reform Clothing. Art Tailoring Clothing The Geo. A. Slater Invictus Shoes ;