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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta ROUND This time, don't look for a draw or any cut in the fight. The real thing or vour money refunded. SPORTS OF CALGARY VS. THE FANS AT THE HAT About 35 or 40 Medicine Hat fans asscmblwl in American hotel on Wednesday nigUt for the election of officers and the settline of other mat- ters in connection with the cojname season- A statement -vas presented bv W. J.. Mcl-ean regarding, the financial Po- sition of the 1007 tearc. that year the tatal amount of scrioed was of this had been- paid up. At the present time the club was in debt to of 'Five hundred dollars, however, would be forthcoming from Spokane for players purchased last year from Medicine Hat. The officers elected for the vear were as follows: Hon." W, Cousiis. President., S. Pingle. Sec.-Tteas W. T. Finlay. Executive C0mmittee-W. H. Tui- .in, W.-J. McLean, M. L. 0 Kara. Billy Hamilton was made an offer of 5l" 000 for the season, in which .here are four playing months and j one devoted to practice. This is ecrtu j valent to a Ot a month brwhich the club secures a manager. This is considered decxlea- ly a proposition. Hamilton will play 1st base and a first base anywhere would cost rom to S150. a month. The stock asked for by the j club has now ibeen subscribed. 25 per cent, call "will-be made imme- diately. OF Formerly Philadelphia, Pa. 10.30 p.m. AFTER THE REGULAR PERFORMANCE TO-NIGHT Ringside Reserves Admission Theo. Lorcli And hit company par excellence in a Struggle for Gold' vv AT THE LYCEUM Reserved Seats 50c. Admission 2 5c Curtain 8.30 sharp WANTS TO CATCH FOR UETHBRIDGt, The following communication tloa on tnei, weights and the sporting editor of the Herald. was it comes a bird its something ,'c'erful. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wells Charlie Burrows knocked out ho have pleased the audiences so or WCKXJS at the Colonian opera housfij immensely the past three nights OF Jimmy.-Stewart SPOKANE Mr. H. Nicholson. Al'ta.: Dear in the sporting news that you are interested in form- tun-. a team to represent your citv in the Western Canada League, I wish to apply for a trial as catcher with your team. Have had several years' experience with some of the best independent and minor league teams in Oregon ifnd Washington. Have developed two pitchers thai gone to. the-N. W. League. "Pad cly" Welch and i were the battery lor Monroe, Wash., in 1905, Welch going to the Seattle team in 1906. Last season 1 caught Chas. TaUa- ferro at P.endleton, Oregon, Inland Empire League. Talefcrro goes to Seattle this year. In 1907 I was with the Kelso. Wash., team, in the Tri-City Peacue. Hit '-77, fielded 953- in 25 games Last season in 43 games I; 344 fielded 940.T t ,r Can refer vou to Paddy "Welch. Mul- lan, Idaho; L. F. P. Clamondon. Kel- so- Wash., and Bean Laton, Fendle- ton, Oregon, as to my ability and character. All.I-ask is-n fair trial and I-know I can deliver the goods. ...Awaiting speedy reply, I Yours- very L. E. Conrad. Idaho. L the sixth ouiclassed 'h.is man at of-the fight. CONTINUE TO PLEASE That the management of the Eu- continue to give their .patro .is ost what they desire in the line m amusement, is plain, to be seen by JJ.Cl.JLVya.li JJ.I5CU of the most beautiful pictures on a curtain; also the iSattle of Flowers, showing one of the liked it well .done." are we told "Why m the Psalms doen he not certain conduct vexes his a thine that is And the way the austere examiner ain. It was his candidates for the ministry and test heir fitness intellectually for the k m that strenuous country.- Can- n little joke showed the hop's right-hand man: In particular j nervous candidate that his exarhina- e was the Bishop's examining chap- had been Toronto duty to examine j gatm.day jvfio-ht.; t ____ _ __ AT PARRY 8OUND; av r Parr, SoI'd" March igj The list of doctrinal Mosley, a prominent citizen and mer- Saturday morning. his meat UTHERFORI) L< IVERS and 1 XAILWAYS To the Electors of the'-. Constituency of Lethbridge: Gentlemen -I appeal to you irlth confidence ag m supporter of the Butherford Liberal Government of the ProYince of Alberta for your votes and influence on the 22nd oi March, 1909. I was duly nominated; by THAT FIGHT TONIGHT Jack Fullerton of Calgary arrived in town last night ready for his fif- teen round contest with Jack Clark at the Lyceum tonight.. Fullerton. he is fit. and ready to tfut up the battle of his life and says -tie will do his best to win before the fifteenth round, although he realizes that _in XDlark he wjJl and an opponent who has more experience in- the came anid a punch in either hand. Pei-cy Cove, who is to hisnt Billy Allen of Ottawa for the featherweight championship of Canada in April, has been train- ing- Fullerton and will be in his corner tonight. 4.1. Clark has. .little to say, only Fullerton is a stroner fellow and that they are all tough until you Put one on their jaw, and. further than that you will find me ready for ac- tion when the bell rings for the lasj; round. I-'-TUe stage at the Lyceum has v beep since-the last fight so that there any delays this time 'getting ready. The first preliminary four rounds will start promptly at The referee will be chosen at the ringside and will be a local man which shows that these men jure here to fight and will give the crowd a run for their money. Eddie Smith, of Calgary, and Jun- my be put on in the first preliminary. They are both sluggers ;and should make some ...Clarence Smith, -another young Cal- rian, will step with.young-. Seely of this .city. These kids can mix it un and a good bout is expected. RING NOTES amateur tournament is planned to come off in Lethbridgft within the next'five weeks. There will probably be half. entered, to be four-round bouts. Am- ate-.ir- boxers from all over are ifavit- to send application and informa- a of of the north, south, east and we.t of the Lethbridge District, voting against me. in the Electoral Division of Lethbge City, o 15TH DAY OF MARCH, 1909 opened on the 22MD DAY OF MARCH, 1909 From the Hour of Eight O'clock in the Forjnoon until Six 0 clock In the Afternoon, as Follows. boundary of the nrth by the north .rn Pacific by to the Belly River. PollinR Division, at or near Fire Mall. FOR POLLING DIVISION NO. 2.-LETHBRIDGE CITY-Th.t port.on of So CtV of Lethbridge within the following boundaries n tH. Sri by .continuance of -nd R.dp..h Street th. from the B.U, Riv.r. of the City. FOR You should have difficulty in making jour chowe. Rutherford Government has guaranteed the bonds of the Grand TrnnV Pacific Railway and Canadian Northern Kmiiway w have the assurance of ahese in distnct wltn.m ttree years. In supporting me you will, abo. endorse .transportation for the fanners' products. Everything m season served tastily Tkc CnUile tetiiriit Coaldale Block J. H. BIVEB8, Liberal Candidate for tethbridfe Dlatriet. 000 1AVI THt KIMO jcyil Callicfta CHI HUGH TAYLOR, Agent will fill orders promptly. Weight and quality anteed. A trial order solicited PHONE 2S7 menceinent. of-way. and that part of the City of Lethbridge which boundary of the Canadian Pacific Railway and west of Westminster Road. THE on the Irt'day of Apnl at the hour of 10 a at f largest number of votes Of which all persons are hereby required to take notice and to gov- UT ern themselves accordingly. COD IAVE TH1 KIMC Giv.n under my hand at Lethbridge, this 5th day of March, m the year llKJy, FRED. KKNNY, Returninf ;