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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald. Tuesday. March 1, 1910 Page 7 is one' of the passing opportunities you cannot afford to let go by. It is a chance to invest a month in real estate that absolutely Oiinnot- help but double as the city Si'l'OAVS. The price is positively so low that it demands ynuv most earnest investi- gation now. Tonight is just aso-0oda time as any and it certainly would do no harm to go and sec about why not come up to the office tonight. Open Every Evening Lonnquist -Ska rp Co. Upstairs Southard Block Redpath Street Enormous Crowds Go To See Football Games In England London, Feb. association football Las as great a hold on the British sporting public as ever was evidenced by the big crowds which at- tended the last Saturday's games iix connection with the second round of ihe English Cup Competition. In all sixteen matches were played, and they attracted an aggregate attendance of. which yielded the splendid average of for each fixture. The Aston Villa versus Derby County tie was the biggest attraction, the number of people who witnessed the Villans' splendid victory totalling 000. This was in excess of the total present at the meeting of the London teams, Chelsea and Tot-j CHESTY HAS CORRALLED A VERY CLASSY INFIELD Has His Rope Out For j a Hard Hitter Manager "Chesty" Cox is wearing a tenham Hotspurs, but the receipts at the last mentioned game exceeded those at Birmingham by May Hockey Players smile of gladness these days, and -says it will only be a shori time before I he expects to have a full line up of j players for the coming baseball sea- json, having already received contracts from the following well known Catcher Brogan; pitchers, Hart and Pleh; iulielders, John Mackin, Ralph Bell, Fred Chick. He also has terms from a first baseman, who is a fine Ilelder and good hitter, and who play- ed most of the season with the North Western League last year. Chesty ABERDEEN HAS NO CHANCE TO GET BACK IN LEAGUE It is learned that at the close of I from a corklng good (hitting third baseman who led the Tn- Seattle Judge Upholds Northwestern Magnates in Arranging for Four- Club Circuit Seattle, Feb. has lost her fight, to continue in the North- western League- Judge Mitchell Gil- liam of (the superior court of King county yesterday ruled that the direct- ors of the league had good and suffi- cient cause for Aberdeen club, club circuit this year, composed of DON'T GO HUNTING around for a place where you can get reliable sporting goods. Come right here and you can get what you want with your eyes shut. OUR SPORTING GOODS ARE THE KIND that real sportsmen tie to. They are the kind that are meant for and will stand hard service. They are not made in toy factories, but by men who sportsmen themselves. What's the use of further hunting when you can get so well suited here? The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co. the dropping of the This means a four- I ermountain League both fielding and Spokane, Seattle, Tacoma and Van- j hitting last year. If he lands these i two men he will have an infield that couver. The Aberdeen club first ap- up the present hockey season, the Na- tional Hockey Association will meet and take steps to establish players' salaries on a uniform basis. The fin- ancial stress of several of the clubs this season is such that they could not possibly continue on under pres- ent conditions. According to the report the highest salary paid will be polis' does aot care Play step, decided yesterday, limited to for the season, each jyear Il1s Parents are getting old and club binding itself not to exceed that will make a lot of the clubs and take notice. Old war horse Joe Lynch that he lias a 5 I plied for an injunction to restrain the league from drawing up a schedule writes Ol> a four-club basis. This was re- job In and the Black Oats took the limit. What effect this will have on some of the stars who are drawing he to be with 'them. Joe is one of -the model bail and has always taken care cf his father THE treble that amount, is a matter to Bother, but says if he goes out conjure up. There is no doubt manyjat a11 he wil1 surely come to Leth- will decline to turn out under those I bridse, as he likes the treatment he conditions. here last vear. WERE USING SMAILL FOR A MINE HORSE AND HE KICKED OVER THE TRACES MACLEOD BEAT THE LETHBRIDGE CAFE New, clean, up to date. All white help. Good menu. .Quick service. HOPPE WANTS THEM ALL Willie Hoppe, who plays George Sut- ton for the 18-1 ibalk Mne fcirle in Chi- cago next month, intends to get all of the billiard championsbaps, if Ihe can. Hoppe defeats Sutton in their 500 point match in Cliicago_on 'March the young expert will issue a chal- lenge at once to the holder at that time of die 13-2 title, an honor for which Cline and Bufcler-are to play Manager Tennes says that if on the Pacific coast In addition to that Hoppe will renew his offer to play any -man living at three cushions, the red ball, and any other game on the billiard table. He will wager OmJ against with any man living on the balk line game, any style, of six nights' duration. Ottawa, Feb. connection the regular laborer's day. Smaill stood with Che threat of the Cobalt hockey club to take action against Walter Smaill for jumping his -contract with that team, one of the members of the Ottawa Hockey Club srated that the Silver City team could do nothing in the mutter. "They broke their word with Smaill and he was fully justified leaving the is the way the Majestic Theatre Y. M. Gymnastic Exhibition WEDNESDAY MARGH 2 Tins gymnastic exhibition will of the most in- teresting events ever given the public of Lethbridge. It is much more elaborate, difficult and amusing than the Y.M.C. effort of two }7ears ago which, was so much enjoyed. In- structor Eilmcr lias the class in great shape and the ex- hibition will be a revelation. 50 PEOPLE WILL TAKE THE PROGRAM WILL CONSIST OF: An intricate Maze Run. Dumb-bell Drills, Stunts on High Bar, Horse and Parallels. Jitsu Exhibition. Ten Living1 Pyramids. Torch Swinging Display. Wand Drills. And many other spectacu- lar features of Gymnas- ium work including the many comical stunts by the Clowns. the job for a s'hort time and then, told Messrs. Hare and Co. that they liad to get 'Mm something 'better to do. Sma'iill's hours while-at the ore sort- ing were from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m., and then lie had to practice -with the Co- balt seven from that hour until sup- per time. The Wanderer player found it i'nrpossible to do justice un- ocal manager speaks of the case, and j deV che circumstances, and left, Smaill was deposed from the captaincy of the Small 1's statement it looks as if e had received a raw 'deal up north. The whole trouble originated when lie Cobalt people kept Smaill waiting round the town for -nearly two lonths before they secured him a osition and even at tihat they fell own tbadly. The star cover point was ent to work in one of the mines, orting silver ore, and the hours were Silver seven but this was several weeks ago and did not have any bear- ing on his leaving Cobalt. There is a possibility of Smaill re- maining in Ottawa. 'He is with Art Ross in the sporting goods business, but It is said that be will accept a position with an Ottawa firm duiung the summer. Calgary, 'March a crowd of people the Tigers of Calgary were defeat- ed by Macleod in a brilliant hockey match for the cham- 'Pionship of General and South- ern Alberta, by the score of 3 to 4. The 'Macleod team are now champions of the Crow's Nest and Central and Soutih- ern Alberta.. The visitors came by spee- ial train with a large follow- ing- The 3ne work of Gardner and 'Murphy were the features of the game. Bob Ormand of Pincher Creek refereed. Next Arlington Hotel Orders for draying left here will receive prompt attention. Harry Bemis will be the catcher for St. Louis this season. Fred Lake's first steps toward re- suscitating; the Boston Doves will be the "canning" of Beaumont and Tho- mas. Lake would like to get Bob tnley from Kansas City. 'Can Nelson come back the second time'.'" is what the sporting public will ask when he signs up for his next fight, with such a husky scrapper as "Cyclone" Johnny Thompson. The majority of the listic critics will have little hesitation in answering in the negative. It is said that George Simmons, whom Detroit lifted from Rochester, be the regular Tiger Simmons never showed will probably first sacker. any glaring first base ability in the Eastern League, and only medium class at third. He was a whale of a hitter, though, and should fill Ross- man's shoes anyhow. It is a great wonder that the Na- tional League does not got onto Itself and quit quibbling over the schedule and other minor things. Surely the American League has been showin up its rival long enough. Everything in the American League passed off harmoniously. There is no squab- bling. President Ban Johnson is the boss of the show, and he works for the good of his constituents. His services are appreciated. There has not been a reform in years beneficial to oroganized baseball for which the American League has not come In for its share of the giory and credit. 4. .j, 4- 4. IT IS NOT RIGHT London, Feb. Life says it has authority to deny emphat- ically the rumor that Richard Croker is to abandon his estates in Ireland and iretufn to the United States. The paper says it earns of no inducement would cause such a move iby.-him. player because of his well known characteristics of unsteadiness and carelessness in athletic sports, where- as_a good ball player -must be both careful and steady. The fearless and reckless disposition of the Indian makes him a successful factor in foot- ball, lacrosse and those athletic sports which give opportunity for the tak- ing of long chances especially those involving an element of risk of per- sonal injury, and where spontaneous exhibitions of great physical exertion are factors. Then, too, Carlisle was forced to suppress baseball because the heads of the school players are often turned by offers received dur- ing the summer from minor leagues and semi-professional managers, and sometimes the boys were lured away before completing their course, in most cases only to fail to make good and thus miss their opportunity to finish their education. Cal EwJng, in an attempt to make the San Francisco State league team as representative of California ball- players as possible, will give young players of that state a tryout for pos- itions on his nine. OF CANADA ESTABLISHED IMS Total Assets Oct. 3O, 10OO Over Every Service A Bank Can Render to a Fanner, a Merchant, a Business Man, Firmer Corporation, a School Board or a Municipality, we are prepared to render you. Notes or other Negotiable Paper discounted or taken for collection. Money transmitted by Draft, Money Order or Telegraph or Cable Transfer. Foreign Exchange bought and sold. Travellers' Letters of Credit issued. Money loaned on easy terms. Highest current rate of Interest 'paid on Savings deposits. or upward starts an account. Main Office cor. Round Redpath SU I 'J. R. ANDERSON Sub-Office Westminster Rd., N. Ward Manager. Stirling H. Roach, Acting Manager. Grassy W. BaUlie, Manager. that arrangements to have the crack Flan now open at ihe Red Cross Drug and Book Store Tickets may be secured from any member of the class or at the plan Carlisle Indian school's determina- tion to abolish baseball was brought about by the conclusion reached after painstaking investigation that the In-1 dian is not temperamentally suited to! the game. The history of baseball! at Carlisle, as .well as the perform- ance of the ball players who have left the school have indicated that the Indian cannot become a good ball H is said are being made Prince Albert hockey team, one the strongest in the northwest, now touring the country, to visit Macleod and cross sticks with our boys. Ernie Russell, the Wanderers' tricky centre man, still leads the goal scor- ers in the National League, with a large margin separating him from La- londe, his closest opponent. Ottawa have four men on the first line goal getters. The leading goal-scorers to date are: Russell Wanderers Renfrew Safety Deposit Boxes THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Arc novr occupying their new offices Safety Deposit Boxes for'Rent C. G. K. NOURSE, Manager Hyland Ridpath H. Smith D. Smith Walsh Ottawa Wanderers Ottawa Cobalt Shamrocks Ottawa 25 1 R 15 14 Jl 11 11 10 10 I UPTON'S POOL ROOM t BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA t t BARBER SHOP CIGARS LUNCH COUNTER t Basement of the Oliver Block T I M M ;