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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lellibridge Daliy Herald. Wednesday, March Pago 7 To be in the swim you s h o u 1 a t with the crowd at the new Alexandra Cafe Good music from 6 to 7.30 p. m. Prices within reach of everybody. Come early if you want to get a seat. Bring your friends. Pri- vate Dinner Parties a spec- ialty. 0, WAY, Prop. MAHATHONERS AT VANCOUVER, B. C. B. C., Mar. The three most noted distance runners of the day will be seen in action in Vancouver on March 18 in un indoor 15-mile race. The men will be, Henri Sit. yvcs, the world's chain- pion; John IX Marsh, the Canadian champion, ami Doran- do the Italian chaw- pion. All have con.sento'l to the .terms. English Racing London, Mar, Brocklesby trial stakes a handicap of two sover- eigns each with 100 sovereigns a'Weil for three year and upwards, dis- tance five furlongs, run at Lincoln to- day was won by Corinthian, Coast- i was second, and Uuwera, third. 4- ftffpf Twenty-six horses ran. 7 JyJllvI H f T Lincolnshire handicap of .sovereigns for three year olds and up- LOOKING FOR BILLY LAUDER Kid Jones, of Montana, is in the city looking for a chance to try conclusions with Billy Lauder. He is anxious for a fight here if the license fee can RICHTER MAKING GREAT BOWLING RECORD AT DETROIT Detroit, Mich., Mar, follows Richk-r, a member ol 'the Chalmers Detroit team- of Chicago, bowling in the individual event of the National he arranged. Jones is a tournament here to-night, es- lightwctght with a good rep- utation. won by Cinderella Forerunner II The following is the latest betting was second, and August Belmont's on Lincolnshire handicap: Christ-j Norman HI, third. Twenty-seven mas Daisy, 4 to Desmond's pride, 'horses "ran. Delieum Cinderella and Valeria, 10 to j L; Duke Sparta, Juliett II, 100 to ANOTHER DEFY FOR WOLOASTi Football Meeting THE C. T. ARE UP TO THE MINUT 1.00 BcriKeycs in he wants to fight Wolgast. If that fight should ever come to pass the The executive of the City Football i league held a meeting Monday night 0 to 1 Moonstruck and FetUers ride, 21 to 1. "r sheriff could have his warrant charg- John Cousins, the would-be sccrc- iiio- Wolgast with murder written out ary of the Western Canada League, before the fight started to save him 'ho has been giving league 'officials the trouble of doing it afterward. 11 kinds of hum steers and trying to ut things on wheels iu general by j iitting in where he don't belong, is j OHSTIDOt ow a dead one. Everyone began, to i et wise to John so he got next to imself and took to the woods, after ending in a humble apology for his work to those he offended. at the home of C. Westlcy. The re- port of the financial committee was tablished a record for the meeting with a score of 602. RicMcr rolled so early in the even- ing that only a comparatively small i crowd saw his feat. When he canie (off the alleys he was given an ova- tion. His scores were 225, 242 and 225. Richtei's performance was the only one in to-day's individual bowling to affect the standing, which is now as William Richter, Chicago, 692 Glen Fisher, Chicago, W. C. Zocllner, Fomlulac, Wis., 657 Alex- ander Dunhar, New York, 656 Max Unger, Cleveland, 691 Geaorge Oak- ley, Madison, 642 Max Dross- man, Detroit, 641 John Kelde, Cin- cinnati, G41 Louis Franz, Cleveland, 641; Nick Hess, Aurora, III., G40. Following are the tournament lead- ers, two-man teams: Daiker-Wet- 1231 Wood-Leigh, Chicago, 1222 Erickson-Jerges, Oshkosh, Wis. 1213 Cook-Crewson, Sebring, Ohio, 1203; Sundvahl-Wilson, Chicago, 'll98. THE BEST SPRING TONIC you can take is a selection from our spoiling and athletic goods. them you can get out In the fresh aiv and have the time of your life. WITH OUR SPORTING GOODS you turn work into play, exercise into pleasure. Make it a good long' sea- son this year by beginning as as possible. Come and get your out- fit today so you will be all prepared to enjoy your favorite sport or' same at the earliest possible minute. The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co. The story that Jeffries is as soft! Next Monday night a general meet- ing of all interested in football will be held at a place to be announced later. A full attendance of all foot- ball enthusiasts is requested, as mat- ters of importance will be discussed. Lasi year's season was most sue- Icessful and this season already gives promise of equal or even better suc- cess. A convention of the Alberta Foot- ball Association meets at Calgary Y. A. motion of the daily should JM.C.A. on Easter Monday and Leth- Winnipeg Ready For Baseball No MM expect to healthy If allowed to become clogged up. rule with who to health. CiMtiveaeM or constipation clogs tht as Ella Wheeler Wilcox's poetry is a base slander. fcLf International balloon races for I bowels, up the natural outlet of James Gordon Bennett cup will be'. matter, and in the held at St. Louis October 17. Na-1 of tional contests will start at Indian- apolis September 17. On June 30 the Reds will help the Pirates hoist the world's champion- ship pnnnant at Pittsburg. blood, dyspepsia, biliousnes, foul pirn- bridge is asked to send two dele- gates. Business of importance to the football clubs of the province will be discussed. Winnipeg, Mar. the ap- proach of spring the baseball bugs are beginning to look for news o! their favorite sport. And just at DRISCOLL AND ATTELL MATCHED FOR FIGHT San Francisco, Mar. Promoter Cofiroth last night signed Abe Attell, and J. Driscoll, of England, to fight PHONE 1032 412 ROUND ST JOHNSON HAS MINSTREL TALENT present the prospects for the 23 roumis at on the Canada league look pretty bright. JS> tcrnoon of July 2nd. The Though last year proved a failure weight will be 126 pounds. WINNIPEG'PAPERS' boita, blotches, piles, etc. Burdock Blood Bitters built up an unrivalled reputation a constipation ani i The Winnipeg Free Press PLEASE TAKE NOTICE the All-Canadian organization finan- cially, the owners of the different clubs are not a bit discouraged, and are going out stronger than ever this year. Reports from ail along {the line are to the effect that the [western towns will be stronger than, ever. New managers have been al- ready signed up and several of the clubs have their team all lined up. Coffroth counts on getting a large crowd of visitors who will be in the city to see the Jeffries-Johnson fight on July 4th. Major league managers are instruct-} ins their players to turn to the left. in running to first and taking a long lead toward second. When the um-' the irhich from it. Mr. BuniB Wood- cock, Constipation -f- Bridge, "M.S., says that the mistake of se- lecting the umpires for the Western Canada league at the last moment is again being Jack Johnson, according to Jack McCotmick, would have 'made a o-reat minstrel McCormick had Marvin Hart on the Pacific coast'for a few fights. This was when Hart claimed the championship. While in. San Francisco Jack hung out with the fight promoters. There was one resort where they_ often met to spend an evening. 'Jack Johnson, who was lingering 4n the offing looking for scraps, dropped in now and then. There was a piano. Somebody would tinkle a tune or two, and Jack would throw a "few shuffles and sins- coon, songs. Winnipeg certainly won't be hehind the times as the manager is at pres- ent on the ground getting ready to muster a pennant team. Cured. 4- "For over twe years U> committed. This is very un- 4 M M 4 my wife was troubled wi'th constipation. "She tried several phy- pires have to decide just how long a i but could get no relief, but after lead a player is entitled to without! Uktng' three bottles of Burdock Blood Uuc It was annoimccd. oVcc A, A a month JVKO that three good ones were under contract; Voss and Shuster, the pick oi t Who can solve the problem. "How to he a gentleman and a prizefight- er ]ast andMr I cannot speak too highly o! Burdock old-time friend, Jack Morn- trouble. 1 Blood Bitters." Oeo. Button, holder of the IS.lj line billiard emblem, will defend his I title -aeainst- Willie Hoppe. A dace j Manufactured only.hy The T. Milburn i 'is heins arranged for the match. Limited, 1 pronto. Out.____________ Tor gale by all dealers. son, manager of the Leth- bridge dub in 1007. Another is yet to be heard from. LOOK FOR ELECTRIC SIGN UPTON'S POOL ROOM BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA BARBER SHOP CIGARS LUNCH COUNTER i Basement of the Oliver Block I 4- M M t OTS LEFT IN DALE Positively your last chance at the original prices. Get Busy No Interest No Taxes SEE US TO-NIGHT d T-CU A DD Lethbridge ;