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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Unusual Clothing Values FOR THIS WEEK are th is week se w. Spring Suits at a very low lling Men's New figure. These suits are ide of Canad an Worsteds. and wear lot, every one superior grade Tweeds and imported Engl Tliev look well, kang well Just 40 remain in 1 considered good value ol is ,h hut for this week them on the counter at we w ill [pl ace JOHNSON HAS A GREAT JAIL RECORD WANDERERS 150 Men's Hats selling at Half Price The Great Clothiers If .25 Men's Shirts se lling f 75c or Boys Of the Great West >oy's Suits tin IS week the is of a- or-'13rue.and. olack _ 7 Suits, good quality of ..material, well tailored, to- detker with the season's best styles, in single and double breasted. These suits are easily worth saving you make when you this week at the low price of can Realize the buy them Champion Has Battled With the Law Time and Again Jeffries was a champion for several years. Nobody ever heard that Jim had a police court record. Johnson! has been in this country for less ihan' a year since winning his champion- j ship, and he has been arrested every (few weeks since he has been here, ________ with more arrests in prospect. Every sporting man in the counrry John Artbu fighting; hopeg that j0iins0n's. penchant for get record is not a particularly -sive one, but- police court re-' ting himself pinched will fere with 'the big fight, n iuun. long lime :to get a white not inter-1 It took a. i only white man who'.has a chance'] cord is strong enought to take bie-ith away. to beat the black 01' starting oft' wrong and ksispii'.gj his Comf0rtable retirement and hav-j on going, in the-same direction. HIsl ,n fii-sc, memorable battle with John a Law was ui Galveston, when he as ro caU sisted Joe Choynski to break the gainst 'prize fighting. Choyniski1 nearly broke Johnson's jaw game fast and furious. I from Winnipeg of late with the on the ball' "park improve-5 knock the real officials and boost) itted to continue and ald Arthur iiuo the law ever since with varying} results. .Johnson ha-sn't won many decisions in the -courts. He blocked and stalled nd stood flatfooted, but the law was always managed to nosei lim out. Why Didn't He Pay? During his pork and bean record; -he followin Boys' Club. of 12 and 5 is ...e line-up: Herald Boys. .Catcher himself. Of course, those who know complete the work. Unless the work the fellow do not take him seriously, i openlQg The political healer Is typical of Q, men say He is a baseball fan, and a good. i Curly Harry -Morris Pitcher ilype Harvev Swiuer Gordon McBett tbat IetS i 1st Base be a bis m baseiba11 "'Arthur Humphries Willie Hution 2nd Case Charlie Jones Johnson was never arrested for speed-! Murrav ing an automobile, neither was he oft-i. lialed before the ibar of justice j Gordon Campbell P. Patterson to answer to -i charge of disorderly Short Stop conduct. In his .hungry years, John- Hazel Wallace -Ross Taylor son was most often pinched for, -.nit Field eading the payment of his' "bills.' Ev-jxeiland ery little while r.he pop bottle Kohi-i Right Field nobrs would disappear from Jack's i Fainuirst fingers and shirt front and he.-would j Centre Field be asked into court to explain he' hadn't paid his tailor or something! like that. j Since money began to come .Tohn-j son's way. his offences have; been more frequent. They'are also OL a more aristocratic'flavor. He has learned to say "good morning, judge in seven different languages, and has paid'out enough money in fines j but the chances of him reaching the height of his ambition, are exceedingly slim. He wouldn't make .a hit in a thousand years. Get back to the John, where you belong. the club will 'be badly handicapped. The labor leaders promised to place the matter ibelore the full committee. JACK CORRIGAN TO MANAGE ROCHESTER MINNESOTA TEAM Basil Chaplain, spare man. Great Britain Ahead Rochester, Minn., Mar. is no doubt now, according to a mem iber of the Rochester baseball club I that, this city will enter the league j class this season. The local fans arc responding liberally to the call for J. iCorrigan, formerly' of the- Lethbridge, Canadian team, to be the manager or jse" uie Kocnester uuucii in to-daj: in the ruble chess match Scommehced-on' signing the English and .American for .a ha New York. Mar. re- Rochesler and W0rk will be up players, as been.secured to keep" tne" negro Quarter of tf-.-ims. The (irst result was'recorded ed near the state hospital, and tlu Galveston on pork chops some'months! to-day at the' seventh table when management expects to have one of There have also been either trials for j Schweitzer offered a draw to his ad-1 the finest ball parks in. southern Mm offenses neither public nor printable.! versary with Ward, who accepted Never before have the Roches- conduct'during the pasfjoiter. Thirty-one moves had been baseball bugs been so -enthusiastic ''rear has not been of a sort to make'! recorded in game. Shortly after-; over a proposition as the the entrance friends for himself or for his race.Be- j ward' Carrie' found further fighting jlmo the Minnesota-Wisconsin league, lieving. as he does, that bis position! useless and resigned to Atkinson the'; as a champion of the world hoard. Urns giving Great Bn- liim a. get away with all-sorts otjtain the lead the odd game. About things. has become reck-'i the siiinu- time- Hughes agreed to less "and foolish. If he ever his game wiih Lawrence on the he has forgotten it. An board and the score then read charged withiCin-at Britain 2 points, America 1. The ,> of the offenses committed same lasted tor tmrty 4 Brief and Breezy i Johnson, would have spent a r MacLeod Bros. The Great Clothiers of the Great West no''in Thcy ''Shoved" Him Away His appearance at the last Vander- li cut) race was nn excellent 'oxam- j pie of Johnson's' lack" of judgment Hej thought he was entitled box section of the grandstand and sit li Four Hundred. Even thej champagne bottle in the side pocket' bis fur overcoat made no impres-! sion on the special officers. They! "shooed" him away. His lasr. offense went before a N'ewl York grand jury. He had brutally! i beaten a little negro weighing about j a hundred and thirty who had aroused his ire by making the state- ment that ho remembered the time Johnson was glad to drink beer out of a pail. J Johnson's rowdy conduct will liavo; its effect upon the boxing game. Now-! s. there nro many well behaved! young men making a living with! thojr fists, they do not get drunk, tiioy do not attempt to force their so- ciety upon who do' not care to meet them, and tlu-y do not hammer defenseless citizrns just because they j are strong to get away with it. Such men have raised the standard I or i'ie game in this country: they] have gone far to dispel the idea that a prize fighter is always a drunken rowdy, ready with his fists at nil times. Johnson Needs Guardian Johnson needs a guardian who will keep him from making more of a fool of himself than is absolutely neces- sary. A good, stiff jail sentence with out the option of a fine will go a longj -way toward taming this champion and I cooling the hot blood of the speed! maniac. So far as we have been able to learn there is no reason why a champion prize fighter should have a license to break the laws of the country. Very few of our white champions have ever tried to do it. yongi xoves wlik1 Hodges recorded move! and Lawrence i Cleveland scribes predict that Larry ajoio will be the real sensation at first base in the American league, 'with the responsibilities shifted to Isiiuuigcrr Jim McC.uire's shoulders, Larry is hitting home runs every day Alexandria, La., by way of diver- TRUNDLE AND FULLER udgment. Hei i n- J Fi to enter Singing and nrvrl finrlcit! _ T, T T __ Comedians at lhe Lyceum The Atlanta champion team ot the Southern league has raised a great deal of objection from rival dubs by !cutting its roster to n men. Rivals declare this has been done so that phenomenal salaries may be paid and better men corralled than would be j possible if the club kept within the limit, and employed 16 men. loam beats out Detroit is, to win tin; American league says Germany Sc'tiaefer, Washington infk-lder, formerly with ilu- Tis-'rs. "My old pals arc a game lot ;uul .Jennings will have them fight- ing around tho top as usual. The roa-1 con? Co'nb and Crawford. They'll; smash an inticld to pices. You can't 'stop tun' Boston and Philadel- phia, of course, are being picked up as the bets by many. They are uist teams, but are liable to blow up at any time." To be in the s You 'iwitti the crowd at the new Alexandra Cafe Good music from 6 to 7.30 p. m. Prices within reach of everybody- -I Come early if to get a seat. Bring your friends. Pri- vate Dinner Parties a spec- ialty. -f 4- 4- 4. 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA BARBER SHOP CIGARS LUNCH COUNTER Basement of the Oliver Block t i V.! a EI m is m m UPTON'S POOL ROOM T -f -f 4- ;