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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 2, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta PHSTI he Wednesday; March DON'T GO HUNTING arouud for a place 'where, you can sporting. goods. Come right1 bere and you can get what you.want your eyes shut. SPORTING GOODS ARE THE --..KIND that real sportsmen tie'to.-They are the kind that are meant for and will stand bard service. They are not made idTtoy factories, but by men who are sportsmen themselves. What's the use of further hunting when you can get so well suited here? The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co. Fast English-Welsh JNelson Anxious To Lightweight Beatenj Retrieve Himself San Vranelseo. March Murphy, of New York, the decision at the end or hi round bout wlih G'.ven (Moron, of land. Murphy scored blood in the Feb. .....___> (or the east, out the following signed slate-'j nu-nt: 4 was net so far gone as the ref- eree and the 3 entitled to every consid- leume's ngjit v With these as he ls able Uis "But to show my confidence still, hard. Brief and Breezy i the mouth, and Moran evened 'this up by cutting the Harleintte's right eye in the thirteenth. tions, however, the fighters bore no marks of punishment after their stir-, ring 20 rounds. The fight ended I will fight Wolgast agarn or a side with the men strong and lighting bet of I will, also bet that he can't beat me inside of 20 rounds and to that I can beat him inside this limit. "Here are a few propositions that should make Wolgast sit up and take notice. Battling Kelson..... the job and OE course, dictate the terms "oJ the cxt match, but if he will accept any vagers I have offered, it will be sat- With Ottawa! Jlggs Donohue has selected a new name tor Arson's Colts, considering the 8 .will make portant busiri The Assocjwer. will be 35 years-old much better %d Fred Clarke is 37. last and a muSronders, if they are old son is anticipated, tbte shelf. very but subscriptions ami '-T Feb. of the executive of Hockey Association which, it was wind up in a lot of rUtEble, was a disappointment to those wanted trouble. Everything had this will soon be is certainly orig- 0 start lus Detroit spring_training by fKing practice in kicMng assoc .footballs. -His primary objec make iiis men fast on their fee to give them improved wind. Tihef new ball park of Ui-Chicago'American league club will b opened July 1. The St. Louis club 1 scheduled to play there on that date. vidently been fixed up, and when the arious troublesonve (resolutions resented tbey were calmly ruled-out order by the chairman an'd his de- Ision amte as calmly accepted by tne ielegates. The end of tha matter was that Ot- .awa were allowed to keep and pla> Smatll. The Cobalt people announc ed that they- would content themselves with, a civil suit against Smaill, and the wanderers had the fine im posed on Hall for striking an official In a game, early in die season, knocke ROOM. if FIXTURES IN ALBERTA anotlu 30 long a with tne'Vue. Don't stand stiffly at the Don't hold wrist rigidly. Don't temper. Don't mix your games. Don't harden your muscles.. Don't miss fresh air and olee pitchers, and an all-around brainy player, who is a master hand at dir- ecting the team from behind the hat. Kling is of Jewish extraction. He] was born 34 years ago in Kansas City, A.o.. where he has lived all his life. He started out as a professonal ball player in ,1896, appearing in the "out- field. He was released t.he next year, and did not play again till when he joined the Houston (Texas) team. He was signed by St. Joe as a catcher in 1000. In the fall of that year he was sold to Chicago along with Sammy Strong. When Frank Chance went to first base in 1V03 Kling became the loading catcher of the Last year he to play because of difference with Presdent Charlie Murphy of the Cubs. He remained at Kansas Criy, where he looked after iiis big billiard parlors and managed local bnll team. The Chicago fans this winter got up a monster petition signed by many baseball enthusiasts demanding that the Chicago manage- ment settle its differences with Kling and tho club decision of the National Commission in his case. KUng has a shrewd busi head, ana has amassed consk! wealth. Besides being a grea ill player, he Is one of ,ihe best poo? 1 players .of the day, holding th at one timo. Don't Delav! Now 'is the time to buy that SPRING Don't wait till the stock is all picked over, Call ml and see them now, while the finest selecting of Men s Clothing in Alberta is now open and ready for in- spection. Suits now selling at In all our dealings we consider tomor- row; we consider future patronage. Therefore, we sell garments only on what you and we can depend. MACLEOD BROTHERS Alberta Block THE CASH STORE Round Street Hie Great Clothiers of the Great West ;