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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald Lethbridge, Alberta. Friday, March Page The whole Store it reeking with spec- ial Values for Spring Goods bought from us is a positive guarantee of fat- faction We Know The Clothing Business From A to Z Overcoat Values Suit of fancy Tweed, made in three button sack, Most up-to-date ft CA style. Saturday for............ Suit of dark grey mixed Homespun, pure all-wool made, in latest stvle for...................... If you don't know from actual experience what our value giving really means, call at our stoi e Saturday and let the evi- dence of your own eyes convince you. A fancy Tweed Suit in three button style. Well tailored, guaranteed to fit, for........................ An imported English Serge, splendid quality in blue or black, regular .o be one of the strongest of its kind stand hard service. They are not Jin Albem. made in toy factories, but by men who j The following otttcers were elect- are sportsmen themselves. What's P.itrons, Hon. W. A. Buchanan, the use of further hunting when you j M. p. p., Mayor 'E. Adams, and F. can get so well suited here? sick; honorary president, Wm, Oli- i ver: president, A. B. Stafford; secre- i tary-tveasnrer, F. It. Agnew: assistant Fight Between Him and Langford is Being ranged Would Meet Jack Johnson .between Tommy Burns and Sam j Langford at the National Sporting I Cliih, London, next July or August. j Woodman, manager of Sam Lang- H'ortl. lias practically closed with the i Knglish matchmakers for the con- I test named, and' Burns has told his fl'ends in that !lboilt Che Jeff affair. Burns is willing to tight on winner lake all 'basis and likely lo spoil lhc Lans' sends word that the offer ford-Burns prospect would be. a sud- MEET1NG OF LEAGUE AT MOOSE JAW. President Eckstorm. of the Western Canada League, an- nounced last night upon his return from California that a meeting of the Western Can- ada League would be called at Jaw within the next ten PKONE 1032 Cnn Tommy Burns come back? This Ss the question the Australian secretary. S. Shover; directors, L. isporl-s are asking. After twelve John-j months of ease an ;stone: j Of the ring is strong upon the 412 ROUND ST captains. Wm. Oliver, M. With- j Canadian tnd he wants to tight again. ..is battle with Jeffries. Me- son to iniosh also offers to pay all of John- Hums-Johnson contest. i son's expenses during the Australian; tup. i It isn't likely that the bout will come to head, however, unless tiherej is -n shrinkage in the Johnson de- If the announcement that Lang.j----------------------------------------------- Australian champion, and Burns, BUNCH OF to light in Sydney is correct. Bums'i MONEY HANDLED future ;is a ringman will depend upon! BY BALL COMMISSION. the result. If Lang disposes of s for an increase in Mclntosh's1 Burns, and such a thing is among the Chicago. March to offer. V. I en Burns and Johnson i ei'ore Tommy received rt O" Coons. J. K. Lethbridge, K. D. John-! mnnilm of PTSP and indolence, the OpOrLlIiy OUUUt> f, mom-ns 01 ease ana inaoitn Johnson stys lie must have the 'son, H. .1. C. Livingstone' ic- ctmnrr nnnn the! T possibilities, the Burns-Lungford af- j the sixth annual report of the Xa- I fair will probably fall through, and baseball commission made pub- i any further references Tommy Burns j fir yesterday a total of was In our splendid assortment of Spring Hats we have about 300 of thg very newest and most up-to date hats ever shown in the city that we will sell at HALF-PRICE Saturday. Regular for Regular for Regular for Regular for Buy your Hat Saturday and see the saving you will realize. Movement For a Southern Alberta Racing Circuit Tiio following are the entries for ;the Claresholm Derby, to be run at i thn Claresholm Summer Meeting this I year: Tiie Claresholm Derby, a Sweepstake of each, with added, j for horses foaled in Alberta. Dis- tunce. One mile and one-sixteenth. JC. C. Curtis, Lacombe, br m Tit Su i perior, 4 yrs J. K. Kea. Claresholm. b s Llandaff, aged. J. R. Watt. Ciaresholm, ch g Ranch King. aged. LauglJlin. High River, b f God- dess of Morn, :5yrs. Lewis and Wilson, Claresholm, b m Lioness, 5yrs. J K. Watt, Claresholm, b g Irisb Lad, 5yrs. The Claresholm meeting is to 'be held after Calgary meeting in July, and a movement is on fcot to make a ill Southern Alberta circuit, begin- ning at High Itiver and going on to ers. J. C. Livingstone and K. D. jiince his defeat by Jack Johnson. SPORTING NOTES j son. the Australians have seen Tommy Wolgast, the conqueror of Nelson.; A committee was appointed to get I srow jnto a portly person. Much amount for his share before he! tn fl return match wkh handled through that body in the year will become a party to fche Australian ;Johnson will sound more ridiculous] of than they do now. Of this was purchase mon- And in the meantime, white Hums; ey for purchased players, and nv.lcli. I Tommy May Meet Langford. fln -n it js for receipts nnd disbursements in nnu. therefore, the lightweight cham- j lhp grouiujs in shape at an early date i -Mitomobiling and high feeding gave from recent statements oft the opinion of Antipodeans. who the general run of business, includ- pion. is to go on the stage and gain- j aml Iay for a tournament to be a bloated it in confidence to friends havp s'.s'rienly occurred to him a month nr two ago that if he did not off the adipose tissue hej w.v.ihi be eligible for the er in the dollar? while his laurels early in still fresh. It is said that the Mis-! sion club, of Francisco, wnnted j Wolgast to take on another h.ittle, but as there, w.is a difference of wide experience in such i ing The world's series following the jin Australia, it is believed that one that Tommy Hums by one close of the season. ?-2.fiOO which the the important, fistic engagements I'.'IO will be a twenty-round tight Claresholm. Granum, Pincher Creek and Macleod. It is very much to be desired tint this can be done, so as 10 the horsemen a chance aad i: will also improve the meetings. "The Cubs will win the National League pennant this Man 000 between the price offered by club and that demanded by Wolgast, an arrangement w.s not entered in- to. By the way, the nnme Mission. MOVEMENT TO BREAK UP W. C. L. Kegina. March s been received here that n seems a rar.her odd one for an or-, movement is on in Brandon ganlz.Vtion th.it promotes to up the Western Can- encounters. Its mission cannot be saiu to be that of peace. In order to put more ginger in the i playing ot Titus, ne rhiiiies: helper. Manager Dooin Ins agreed :o give him 51.00 every time he is; put out of the g.ime this season by trie umpire for growling. Doo5n as-! as it now exists wiMi the idea of. forming a Manitoba Saskatchewan cir- cuit composed of Moose Jaw, Hrar.don, Portage La Prairie and Winni- peg. year of retirement, has spoiled him- commission kept on deposit in Cin-jager Jennings, when on self ;'KS a lighter. .i A correspondent i. :ind balance of left! his views of the old league's race, ays; "You havp.over ;u the end of the season. don't ?ee how Pittsburg can repeat ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS FOR RING ilency of the Antipodean Far. Men's Cinb. That Tommy does not consider ross of reducing the easiest thing in 'he world is suggested by one of his letters to the writer. He says: "They can they like, but iheatri- work is the worst, thing in the j world fora tighter." Saa Francisco, March j Tommy means, of course. t.na: of the Jeffries-Johnson fight an- j rorns-s sr.d wind becomes when nounced yesterday that scats would! a fellow deserts the roped inclosure from ?IO In the bleachers to; i for the footlights. at the ringside. i Burns Challenges Johnson. no ide.'i of tlio F.ize Hums grew ro neither can I see that New York will wnile iie W.TS taking life e.isy. He' Ad Wolgast. it was announced in Kent PitJshurcr. I place theni: Ohi- looUed more like an alderman thnn Kansas City the other day. has signed! cajio. Tittsbnrg. New York, Clncin- pugilist, and if he can remove that contract, for a vaudeville, engage-' nrui. St. Louis. Philndelphia, Brook- load of flesh and take up the boxing ;ment of 10 weeks at Sl.OOO a and Boston." 'EASTERN AMATEUR HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES.; Ottawa, March the Inter-! provincial amateur hockey cliam-j pky.iship match here to-night a: Victorias the Cliffsiries bv; According lo present plans a spec- 1 to but on the home and home Tint Tommy does not consider his.nl arena capable of seating between srrts that Titus is too easy LOCATED SMITH'S IMF c.ise entirely hopeless is shown and 60.000 people will be er-; and is trying in encourage him to be! JAW WITH SUCCESS.; by his bellicose utterances. He within the race more agressive. Manager Dooin S Oakland. March Barry, of j to tight any man living. .Jack John-i track. Ham Berger, Jefferies' man-i snys: "My one dream is to see Titus i Chicago, sent a right upper cut to (son, for choice. Tommy's Australian ager, announced yesterday that the thrown off the Reid in the open ing Gunboat Smith's chin rn the ninth [friend. Promoter Hugh Mclntosh. hasjoig fellow would train at Rowardend, game. If this is I am con-i round of, their scheduled ten rounds'! made an offer for for a j scries Cliffside won by .13 goals to 1_. -f WHO ARE UPTON'S POOL ROOM BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA BARBER SHOP CIGARS LUNCH COUNTER t -4- -t" t ;