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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lcthbride fl I >aru The Topmost Tailoring in Canada Chesty Cox Tells Of the tar Aggregation He Has Signed Get a'copy of the Semi-ready Style Book, showing 30 Semi-ready, Styles in Suitings, Overcoating and Fancy correct modes for the season. Better than retail .Custom cheaper. Special Order Suits to measure Made in 4 days, 400 samples. A. Southard, Local Agent LETHBRIDGE HAS A GOOD LINE-UP TO COMMENCE THE SEASON ,_________ jinore popular player than Johnny has never been seen -in i Lethbridge uni- form, lie played here with the 1907 (team and will be remembered by ihe fans as the prime favorite of the old I aggregation. Johnny does not at-i Kempt -to hold his job on a bail club with his popularity, either, lie is there j every way you like to take him. His j ability at taking at the second sacl: Chesty Cox has been very reticent j has> attracted the attention of the big lately in giving out dope on the line-up j league managers for a number of sea-( and prospects of his warriors who wjll [sons He is J10 weakling at the bat by j battle for the W. C. T. pennant way. wlth Tacoma last year he" 'year, but toclaay lie was induced lhe neighborhood of 200 and that come across with a little stuff, andjis gOing .will do In this judging by -the players he has coralled league. at the present time there is going to I With Q'Hayer on first we might to be .some fun for the teain that un jnneid thai will bo second tc nose ou-t LeWbridge for a place neariuone in tlie O'Hayr, besides the top of the heap i having the highest record for stolen There is old war-horse, Joe Lynch (bases in the league last year, was con-1 at thc receiving end; as capabl I ceded to be the best first baseman. As j catcher playing class C ball. Not only la hitter he is not extraordinary, but he is he (there with the mit, LHK he it- is a heady player and gets on the bases great as a pitchers' coach and team h: 'just the same. general. Chesty says ne would no: j Another player of last year's line-up trade Lynch for any other catcher he whom Chesty expects to see make a knows of. I bit, is Kred Chicken. 'He held down'b'ec JOHNNY WILL COACH HIGH SCHOOL. High Sdhool basetball team have requested Johnny to them 'in their iplaying this season. Johnny accepted with good grace, and see the boys t-lirough. SHORTSTOP BELL IS TRADED FOR O'HAYR SAY JOHNSON HAS A YELLOW STREAK IN HIS HEART, Theatrical Man Hands Out Some Hot Dope About the Negro Has Jack oJ'hnson, the present col- ored heavyweight, a "yellow" streak? If you ask tliiat question of A sensation has Ibeen creat- ed In baseball circles with the announcement by (Manager Chesty JJox tliat he has trad 'his clever short stop, KaLpli Bell for O'Hayr, the iMoose Jaw first baseman. filhls is probably not peas- ant news for the tan to see a popular player like lieH leave here, but the wisdom of Man- ager Cox's policy in making the trade Is very clear. He can get men good enough to replace Bell, 'but star first base men of O'Hayr's 'class are (scarce. O'Hayr was rated as it-he 'best first in the (league last year, and stole tbases than any other player. THE BEST SPRING TOWC you can take Is a selection from our sporting and athletic goods..- jthem you can get out in the fresh jatr 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 early as possible. Come and get "your put- i fit today so you will be all prepared to enjoy your favorite sport or same at the earliest possible mlnutef The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co. PHONE 1032 412 ROUND ST AUTOMOBILE NOTES A. E. Ives has purchased a Hupmo- bile of the latest model. It is a swell- i looking rig F. Brown, of local amusement fame, is buzzing around in a newly (purchased Locomobile. The Mason Land Co., agents for the Frank Mayne, he will unhesitatingly i relief when Ills BRIEF BREEZY A Detroit correspondent said that Jay Kirke, the new iufielder, spoke about 15 words oil the trip south. How he escaped annihilation is hard to .ex- plain. Several of the players were com plaining of -the ..-train service when Kirke interrupted: "This is the berry special; it stops at every bush town." Only the porter laughed. Jno. Ganzel, pennant winner and cap- tain of the Eastern League champions has signed up with the Rochester team to play under his own management. What will happen -to Ganzel should he prove stubborn on 'the field and refuse to obey his own orders is not stated. Young stars from the bushes are now dazzling the fans, but hold your horses about these pearly and pleucid young sters of unrvaled skill. Will they stick? Indianapolis fans are calling Hugh Jennings a "bone-headed manager" be- cause he won't pay Ownie Bush as much salary as he does Ty Cobb. Hobson choice for Mr. Bush. Take i What do you know about this pitch- >ond before, but is going to get a trial 'ing staff? Three 01 them G feet tul'iat sihor-t. This is.-Ms natural position and over. All wijh fine records; the 'and lie ought to. make good. He hits kind iw.ho are famous for.smoken' 'em Hike a fiend, and because of his abilin i i over. Our old friend Cy Pieh is the stick he becomes an invalu- jof them. He needs no in-iroduciion. 'able asset to the team. Chesty expects great things irom the. i An outfielder by the> name of Brogan ..id this season and Cy himself who comes well recommended will lie will be there with'the goods. i take, care of the left plot-in 'the outer Hall 5s'the name of another six-foot-1 part of, the garden. Manager Cox and j er. He hails from Butte, of the niter j the famous base-stealer Joe Corrigau Mountain League, one class highe will look after the others, than this league. He was a top This is a very fair 'team, to open up er there, so .tc will do for us. 'the'season with.' The third of the high-steppers has a i reputation of making the ball look a pea when he uses his speed. Hart is i his name, from Conner's Ferry, Idaho HaiT is a good liu'Cer and fields his position with extraordinary skill. He answer in the affirmative. Who is Mr. F rank. May ne? He is an actor r iiui' addressing any of him, nothing being likely hp wiu go to the Coast ;gratifying, however, tlian the phcn-j ants, jricri so hard to get. Brcsna- ban is wise in refusing to let lhc bis inR of collrsr' fellow eel away, for without him nian> slar P1aycrs> bit Cardinals would be the joke team o[ lhe white and thus shorten negro during the talk which ensued! which thc garnet and tin- close of season again. the wayi-fc-iien Jeef and his 'backers were try- ing to get Little and Johnson to fight "winner tako all." i when boih the Toronto and Tecum- seh teams were beaten here. T t A FIGHT WILL BE AT EMERYVILLE 4- the National Li-ague. their own professional lives. Automobile Association, with Una, South Carolina ami Tennessee. SOO federated clubs, was elected to i Indeed, before the close of the year, This makes the trtvirty it will not :be at surprising to see the (ourtih state body r.ow affiliated with; solid Soutih ilined up as a body of af- the national organization. At the State associations with the same Ume the Savannah Automo- national governing body. Calgary Has Good Baseball Material Calgary, Mar. Crist is j Turner is one of the 1907 bunch and now getting his men into line for the'is well known in the city. There I conqueror of Tommy Burns and che-H never one? raised his when Jeff spoke to Mm. side tin- city for saW Coach j "Had lhc team been ejesilv handled last summer, wo woulti have been right up with the leaders. Chicago, Mar. IS. Jack Johnson, heavyweight cham- pion, after receiving formal notice yesterday from Jack fnr Charlie has the following men on -n lhe nwr futufe daleg wjn be fight for any amoimt of team: Hiscler, c; Tibbets, f and p; The boys will be out prac-1 winner take all. and when the oTiast'-year's players arc here Minkler, p; Howard, 2b; Leppor, to-morrow. veston gjant denied it, che ex-boiler- jncludine Bouse Hutton, Barney Quinn, Eddie Macdonald, George Chandler, Sb; Hoar; cf; Weir, f and p; Charlie Crist, p; Turner, c, ami Wanted, a pretty maid to play first railroad brakeman whose name is and "double" on the washboard. mentioned, shortstop and fielder. 'Apply Chesty Cox. Mr. Mayncs declares that Jeffries at thc close o{ thc tried by every arjcu-jsoi( w-as without exception the best! J. Gleason. one of the promoters Tiri f flAiI T I it Jn while the home, as was J. of abuse, to get John-i dcru0nstratcrf in thc match that the contest will be July- San to take up active training and not wait until May, as had been his original plan. Johnson will leave for New York Sun- day night where his trial on the charge of assault In the second t.egree comes up ,on March 23. _.. M j t1 Whiic the home, as was a. of the .leunes-.ionnson ngnt, now getting nis men into line for theiis well known in the city. There will to onen ahiiso tn rot lohn -i, u jMjru.i., 1.0 open aoiise, to get demonstrated m thc match that the contest will be staged season, and according to the stuff he also be a pitcher from High River on j son to put up a side bet of ;TorontOf was sufficient to bewilder staged at Emeryville on July- has already with ham, the team wilj-the team, and everything looks foTfcU. slrcadj- posted, l gr.rnc. All 4; decided to leave for San will give Carney's professionals a few I DCS; for good ball. Deacon White, all that they would bet. .leff'boys arc available again and if the 4- Francisco early in April to fast games and there will be no cinch the Edmonton bunch, has asked Crisfs taunted John on with making nhe promjscd reorganization materializes, take up active training and not v_ team to Sive a of gamcs can on the Caps for wait until May, as had been ft 4. j, JL. Jl maker called on the -newspaper men present to substantiate What they had printed. Hut even that had Marsh, Billy Fagan, Herb Goodwin, .lack Ashfield, no efect onl.starrs, Ernie Chic Watts, Billy Buttevworth, Harry ;