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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Letfcbridgt Daily Herald, Mm-cli A CHANGE FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN The'boy or girl fifteen years of age or tinder, attending school who writes the best this space, will receive For the .-second and third best advertisement each. Send 'all advertisements to he Manager, Advertising Department, Herald, who will act .as judge. All advertisements must k at the Herald office before 5 o'clock Tuesday, March 15th, THE PIONEER LUMBER CO., LTD. DON'T GO HUNTING around for a place where you can gei reliable sporting goods. Conje nshi here and you can got what you wan; with your eyes shut. OUR SPOhTING GOODS ARE THE KIND that real sportsmen tie to. They art the kind that are meant for and will stand hard service. They are not made in toy 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. PHONE 1032 412 ROUND ST FOOTBALL PLAYERS GETTING READY FOR A BANNER SEASON BERLIN CUP CHALLENGERS EASTERN LEAGUE TEAMS TRAIN IN OIXtE Columbia, S. C., March O; tire eigiit clubs of the Eastern "league will train in che south. Baltimore and 'Providence will do their trainin work on their own diamonds. Two or the Eastern League teams -will work on South Carolina treal at Columbia, and Rochester at Anderson, the home of George Mc- Connell, one of the pitchers. New- ark -will practice at Danville, Va., where the Virginia League holds sway; 'Buffalo is at Macon, the form- er liome of Billy Smith, the manager: Toronto will be at Char- lottes vdlle, and Jersey City will train at Atlantic City. Football is again coming to the i fore, as the weather shows signs of the approaching spring, and steps are being taken to form the league again Uiis year, whic'h provided -so much good sport in the city last summer and fall. PU'.yers and followers of the game are looking forward to a banner sea- son of football in Lethbridge, and keen rivalry for highest honors will undoubtedly exist. Many new teams will likely be seen in the field. The executive committee of the City Football League of 1909 held a meeting on Tuesday evening at the home of C. Westley. A finance committee was appointed to audit the accounts and report at anocher meeting next. Monday even- ing at the same place. A general meeting of all those in- j un-esied in football wifl be held at phice mentioned 'later on Monday I week :or the purpose of future plans for 1910. The Caledonian Football Club held a very enthusiastic meeting at "the Caledonian Hall last night. Thej following officers were elected: j A. W. Waddell, president: H. M. I Mclllvenay, vice-president; W. Stev- ens, secretary-treasurer; committee, Messrs. Irvine, Kelly, J. Lauiiie and) Mac'dona'ld. it was agreed to play the S. O. E. and Caledonian match on Good Pri- SHAEFFER DEAD Denver, ]Mareh Shaeffer, the noted billiard player, died here this after- noon of tuberculosis. Meets the Champion Mon- treal Aggregation On Saturday Night OF CANADA ESTABLISHED IMS Total Assets Oct. 30, t9O9 Over A Savings Account fldps Opening a Savings Account in the Union Bank makes it easier to save. You get into the habit of depositing, mpre or less regularly, small amounts of money that would other- wise quickly slip away. At the end of the year, with the Interest added, there is a substantial balance to your and you have scarcely missed the deposits. A Savings Account in the Union Bank is a reserve which you ought to provide against possible sickness or financial reverses. Why not start one now? Main Office cor. Round Redpath Sts I J. R. ANDERSON Sub-Office Westminster Rd., N. Ward 1 Manager. Stirling H, Roach, Acting Ms-nager. Grassy W. Baillie, Manager. There was a discussion on the ad- visability of the Caledonians putting two teams in the City League compe- tition, but nothing definite was de- :on. WOLGAST MOST VARIED PUNCHER RING HAS KNOWN New Champion 'Poked Battler From Every (Possible Known Angle In Recent Fight. Indian Acoose Mast Have Longboat's Scalp Or His Tribe Will Surely "Can" Him Toronto, March tMea'dows, for Jus coming race. He he miudle distance champion of run buc little, and that next BALL PLAYER PARDONED. Atlanta, Ga., March W. Taylor was called into the office of -the warden at the penetentiary where he has been serving a life sentence, aad -.told that he Bad' been granted a pardon by the President, acting. on the petition of the prominent ball players. Taylor at one time was a- great .ball player dn the National League. ENGLISH FOOTBALL RESULTS London, March results of to-day's football matches were: First League: Bury, 3; Sheffield Wednesday, 2. Bradford City, 3; Newcastle United. 3. Southern League: 4; Portsmouth, 3. (By Exidie Smith, Referee of Wol- gast-Nelson Fight.) Wolgast 'proved the most versatile puncher chat the game has ever known, and he poked tliat Battler from every angle that It is possible tc use -the arm. 'At times the pun- ches came so fast that Nelson just stood and took them with .both hands ready for a driving encounter should the opening present itself, but and Paul. Acoose. at Toronto, on rules training, and says hej-before this e Hair." Pbilo Hay Spec. Ox, New: M. J. Hay's Harflna Soap c-Jrcs PJmp-cs, red, ronph chapped hands, and all skin dis- easws. skin fine and soft. Scad 2c for tnt book "Tbc Care of the akin." r'or Sale By J. D. HIGINBOTHAM CO.. LTD. ALBERTA DRUG A. BOOK CO. Corbett. Fitz Campions. to prevent it landing in Murphy; midstrction. the direction is quickly jchanged upperward to the" jaw, and j with frequency it lands T1 T" T1 flush under the chin with a jarring Jimmy Archer is in camp with thejetTect froni u is hard to re' at West When the men entered the ring Wolgasr. entered with his manager, Tom Jones, several minutes prior to Nelson's appearance. That Wolgast by the man Jimmy visllod his Toron- oionally dur-; nterested in and other de- the promotion of a wrestling club in And Wolgast Huffalo. Frank Pfoffer the pitcher to be a better fighter at that, bought, from Toronto, is one of the Piusbiirg n number pf salary; hold out ir.c-n to wiUi, and; is foremost amongst them. nbsontoes quarters. from the Cubs training j ner in which he awaited the coming o' tho champion. Wolgast was far and away the cooler of the two. man- ager and Tighter, and when Nelson riui enter the ring on the shoulders George Van Horne. well known in l.ockey circies of tlio east, is in Leth- my life as when he was given the! If Murphy will give me a I will be ready for him next month. I will bet him on the side or any part of it." If the fight is arranged for next month. Moran will probably train at Boyes Hot Springs, in Sonornacmf Koyes Hot Springs, in Somona county. Capetown, March Ottawa. -March dove of pc-ace has apparently settled over the (affairs of me Capital lacrosse club. the test A- a love feast (between the execu- tonight the latter for their services match between M. C. C. and South tive and players African cricket teams, the former received cheques were all out. to-day with 178 runs. I last season. WILL PROBABLY DROP SILVER COUNTRY HOCKEY TEAMS. Discussing the outlook for the Na- tional Hockey Association next year, his faithful trainer. Abdul the I members of the Ottawa club stated Turk. Wolsr.Tst coolly turned to his 4- UPTON'S POOL ROOM BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA BARBER SHOP CIGARS LUNCH COUNTER Basement of the Oliver Block .'jiklge. visiting his brother Clwrles friends at the ringside and said: Van Horne. Ho has pbyed have carried him into the ring Kirkpatrick. Stuart and other stars i and they will have to carry him out in their amateur days, and wears! numerous medals and other recogni-i tions of his ability. H0 ]ias Decn AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIPS AT of the game this season through bc- ;ing disabled from a broken collar ;bone received while playing fast sea-j son. Hockey 5s hh long suit, but stars i: at baseball and several other sports around his home '.own Kingston, OnL Calgary sports WINNIPEG AND MONTREAL they believed both the north coun- try teams would be dropped, and that the circuit would be made up of tawa. Wanderers. Renfrew. Sham- recks, and possfrny a French-Can-; -4- aoian team in Montreal, or a team! from Toronto, if the new artificial rink in that city was ready. SOME FACTS ABOUT BEER (From "A Text-Book of True "Beer contains so small a percentage of alcohol as to render it absolutely harmless when taken in moderation, yet it does contain alcohol sufficient to produce that mild form of stimulation and ex- hilaration which the human system craves. "Eminent ecclesiastical authorities have long recognized beor as important factor in the world's campaign for temperance, ami have not hesitated to recommend its use in moderation. The jumps to the north country. Toronto. March champion-j have beon on finances j shin of the Amateur wear and toar on the f U-tic Union of Canada have awarded; wwle Renfrew cannot cope with! wror-tling championships to Ot5'er clubs as an attendance cen-1 -f -f -f IManitolxi A. A. A. to be held at ihejtrc- lhe Club Ss practically snre ofj -f Irive been after him to locate there. J Winnipeg Y. M. C. A. April S and o.jnavij1S a good team, and as a draw-j J but Lethbridge looks better to'him if he decides to stay in the west. He would be a great assist to our sport- i ing fraternity. The fencirig championships were awarded to the Quebec section and wjll oe held at The Montreal A. A. A. March 25 and 26. ing card away from home is one of i the best Therefore. Renfrew is! sure of being in the Nations1, next year, unless they desire to drop outi is absolutely pure, being entirely free from disease-laden germs, so frequently found in milk and water. It is the only beverage thai cannot be adulterated or tampered with from the time it leaves the manufacturer until it reaches the consumer. DRINK LETHBRIDGE BEER The Lethbridge Brewing Malting Co., Ltd. PHONE NO. 554, ;