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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta ALBERTA BLOCK Macleod Brothers THE CHEAT CLOTHIERS OF THE GREAT WEST ROUND ST Lethbridge Great Bargain For We have just received 50 Men's Suits from one of the larg- st Clothing Manufacturers in Canada. These came in a splen- did quality of tweed in assorted patterns made in the latest style. The regular value of this line of Suits should be Sat- urday we are offering your choice for Other Suits selling for Spring Styles in Union Made Hats We have an exceptionally large variety of soft and stiff hats in all the new spring shades and shapes for Men. These come from a large English Hat Manufacturer and are all Union Made Hats of a splendid quality. Prices are as follows: f- 1 JOE HAS SENT IN HIS CONTRACT. It was announced the other day that Joe Lynch was undecid- ed about playing ball this year. However he wilt be seen behind the bat itgain wearing a Leth- bridge uniform. Extra Induce- ments were given him and he has signed a contract, vouching for his appearance here. Duncan Has Wonderful Success Premier Jockey, Now Worth Will Ride for August Belmont. i Eddie Dugan is to ride August Bel- jmoiit's horses on the New York tracks 'this summer. Eddie is worth to-day, and "Smokes" In the Outlaw The New League Harbors: Colored Ball Players Boston, '.Mass., March vlr- t tual completion of plans for a new outlaw basehall league to embrace playing clubs in the cities of 'Boston, Providence, Brooklyn, Newark, Pat- terson, Trenton, Philadelphia and op- erating under the holding company styled "The U. S. League .Association has just been announc- ed here. The league already has sign- ed over 100 players, parks 4n six of rhe eight cities, and has sites in view in Boston and Providence. It will open Its season on May 1, closing Labor Day, playing a schedule of 12b games. Being outside the national agree- ment the league will open Its to colored players, three of whom have been signed. he expects to double this amount be- fore his days as a jockey are ended. He is a wise little fellow and knows enough to hang on to his coin. It was but a few years ago that Ed- ie Dugan was a messenger boy in )akland, Gal. All the information he ad about riding a horse could be put a his eye without injuring his sight a it. But things have changed a bit low, Eddie is the premier jockey of America and he is even thinking of oing abroad and showing some of the English boys the latest styles in rid- ng winners. This winter he has been Mloting a large percentage of the first past the post horses on the coast, and August Belmont thinks that the 18- vear-old rider will be a big help to the Belmont animale in the east. The reason for Dugans brilliant suc- cess on the turf is very simple, when DON'T GO HUNTING around for a place where you can get reliable sporting goods. Come right hero 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 are sportsmeu themselves. the use of further hunting when you can get so well suited here? The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co. Phone 1032 Round Street, two doors south of old Herald Office Brief and Breezy 44M4M4444444 he little fellow tells you that he owes the sensation of race riding for his own pleasure. The fascination of the turf has taken hold of the clever pilot, and he goes about his work with a de- termination and earnestness that is really more a recreation than a stern iV'Oney-making occupation. Hugh Duffy started his major league career in Chicago with Anson more than twenty years ago, so thai he is now among old friends as manager of the White Sox. Wolgast Said To Be An Erratic Fighter "WEAR WELL" SUITS FOR BOYS One glance at our south window will give you some idea of the exceptional Values we are offering in Boys' Suits. They cannot last long at the prices they are now bf ing sold at. Buy now before they are all picked over and the choicest ones sold. for Saturday as follows: 3.00 4.00 4.60 6.00 7.50 There is one fault with Ad Wolgast, say his critics. lie is said to be what is known as an "in and outer." He fights a good battle to-day and in a month he is liable to fight a bad one, although trained as well for one as the other. He is like a baseball pitch- er who always allows a team one hit one day and the next week allows the same team fourteen hits. Wolgast fought Tommy Murphy in Pittsburg and was unable to do much with him. Immediately after that battle he went to Boston and got a draw with Matty Baldwin, who can not bo defeated in Bean Town unless he is knocked out. Murphy thought Wol- gast to be a second-rater. Wolgast fought three round bouts with some un- knowns in Michigan, and then went to New Orleans and defeated the French- man Henry Piet in two rounds. Ad has always had that reputation. For this reason eastern sport writ- ers do not believe that he will retain the title as long as Nelson, with the same crop of lightweights as Nelson had. If he can fight as good a battle every time as he did against the Dane the other day, he may hold the cham pionship for years, but according to his record he will not be able to do this. a good pair to draw >to. For three of a kind, which, beats two pair, 'like Murphy and Ebbets and Dovey and Robinson, aau Barney Dreyfus. For the full house brush aside prejudice and pin your faith on the owner of the Giants. Frank Chance, leader of the Chic- go Cubs, has purchased eleven acres f orange land adjoining his already ex- ensive ranch at Glendower, Cai. This makes 32 acres in all owned by Chance. Johnson Raps Old John L. Sullivan Predicts Nelson Will Win Back Title Champion Thinks" Sullivan Gave Ring Nothing, But Demanded Much ------Praises Corbett ami Jeff. Ho was always a knocker. Sulli- van never boosted people. He's the most conceited fellow that ever lived, conceited and selfish that's said Jack Johnson discussing the crit- icsms that the former champion of Am- is passing out regarding the com battle for the heavyweight cham- j pionship of the world. The old Doy is living up to his re- putation, that's all. He's jealous of everybody but himself, but it never gets him anything- Uho is What did he ever do for the ring? Tom Sharkey in his prime, tad lie beem matched witn Suuivan when John L was in his prime, would have beaten him so quickly he'd likely have died Arom surprise. Sullivan never saw the day when he was Sharkey's equal a fighter. BIG LEAGUE TRAINING CAMPS. Chicago, Feb. That Battling Net son will be UghbweJcht champion again is one prediction made tonight by J. Choynski, once regarded as one' of the world's greatest pugilists, and still looked upon here as something of pugilistic seer. "Permit me the prediction that Nel- son will he the lightweight champion said Choynski. "Wolgast has lot of tempting theatrical engage- ments in view, and will make a lot of money. He will give Nelson an- other light, perhaps not for six months They are still giving banquets down n Ontario to Gibson, the Pittsburgh catcher, as a member of the world's champions. There was one the other night at Ingersoll, Ont., and anotlier one is on the docket. George Davis, the veteran infielder of the White Sox, has been released by Charles Comiskey. Davis is win- tering in New York. hopes to either purchase a minor league fran- chise or become a minor league man- ager. j Owen Moran, England's crack light- weight, who was defeated by "Harlem-' Tommy Murphy in their 20-round go at San Francisco last week, was robbed of the decision, it is said. The great crowd in attendance hissed Referee Smith's decision with great vehemence Jakie Atz second baseman of the White Sox last year, has been released to Providence, of the Eastern league. He goes in part payment for Shortstop Blackburn. The battle between Willie Lewis and Harry Lewis for the welter weight championship the world in Paris last week did not have a satisfactory ending. The referee declared the fight a draw, but the majority of the spectators believed Harry the winner, and hooted the decision. Harry floor- ed his brother American twice, and had but the longer he waits the better 1 the better of Willie in a majority of will be Nelson's chances. "Personally, I feared Nelson had trained too fine for this bout, going to an extreme, because in his pre- the 25 rounds' the bout lasted. Jack Johnson expects to end his the- atrical tour in two weeks. For two vious fights with Wolgast he 'took j weeks after that Johnson will rest, ings too easy and was not in con- then go into active training for the dition." Statistics Favor You can get one of the best Soft Shirts in assorted colors, with or without collar, shown in the West. These were just received from a Urge American house, and are guaranteed to be a perfect fit. YOU HAVE TO WEAR THEM It is against the law to go without trousers not buy them here where you can get the largest selection in Alberta to choose from. Prices as follows: 1.35 1.75 2.25 2.50 3.00 4.50 5.00 National League- Pittsburg at Hot Springs, Ark. Chicago at New Organs, J-a. Xew York at Marlln Springs, Texas. bout with Jeffries. "I will commence {work in says Jack, "and do most of my conditioning at ray home there. I will stay there until shortly before the battle, except that I may j spend a few weeks at Mount Clemens, [and go west only in time to put the finishing touches on." Johnson states that after this fight he will try to ar- range a battle with Jeanette in Paris. Jim Jeffries recently did some ball From statistics compiled by Col. George C. Edwards, of the University of California, who for years has taken the deepest interest in athletics at that j playing stunts in San Francisco and H s ri Ark j institution the athlete is a better sru- surprised the spectators, among whom Cincinnati at o P than thfi who Tex Rickard, by his speed. He Philadelplua at Southern -Pines. i (5iamond. covered the ground at a gait that Brooklyn at Hot Springs, rk St. Louis at Little Rock, Ark. I'oston. at Angus n, Ga. American League. Detroit at San Antonio, Texas. Philadelphia at Atlanta Ga. Chicago at Los Angeles. Cal. New York at Athens, Ga, Cleveland at Alexandria, La. St. Louis at Houston, Texas. Washington at Norfolk, Va. Edwards' satistics show that of all j would do credit to a champion sprinter. jthe men who entered ihe university jjeff afterwards that he didn't re- j with the freshmen class for the lastjmcmDer the day when he could not 115 years only S5 per cent, of those did not go In for athletics graduated. ;while per cent, of the athletically inclined students won their sheepskin. Prof. Walter K. Magee has also pre- pared statistics showing that the braw- jny man is also the brainy man. yards in 11 seconds or bet- ter. He aiso declared that he could run that distance now inside of 11 sec- onds. This may have beon in the na- ture of :i joke, but the farr remains ifcyt Jeff was always fast I is 'ofct or mpn. 4-H 4 4 4 M M M M M M 44 4 A r A V K v BROTHERS Alberta Block THE CASH STORE Round Street The Great Clothiers of the Great West i NEW O'BRIEN TROPHY AND ITS TRUSTEES. The National Hockey Association sides being the holders of the relebrat- od Stanley Cup. now hnvo another cup 5 as the emblem of the championship of I the league, which, it is stated, is a j remarkable piece of the silversmith's 'work, and is made entirely out of sil- U-er from the O'Crien mine in Cobalt, janrf is valued at The gift of the jonp was made by M. J. O'Brien, and formally accepted yesterday. UPTON'S POOL ROOM BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA BARBER SHOP CIGARS LUNCH COUNTER Basement of the Oliver Block -f -f -f -f -f -f ;