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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald, Monday March LUMBER For the Best at Lowest PRICES PIONEER LUMBER YARDS Main Yards: Round Street North Ward Yard Westminster Road THE BEST SPRING TONIC you can take is a selection from our sporting, and athletic goods. ihem you can get out in the fresh air 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 out- fit today so you will be all prepared to enjoy your favorite sport 01- qamf at the earliest possible minute. The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co. YOUNG BLOODS ARE VERY ANXIOUS TO SHOW THEIR SPEED Tales From the Training j Camps of the Major League Ball Teams The reports from the training camps ol the major (baseball leagues sent in by correspondents who navel watched nhe first few days of active training are of a most -pleasing char- acter. They show great speed and spinit among youngsters, who to judge 'by these armcles are as fast as lightning. The young catchers are second editions of KHng, Che young pitchers are a cross between t this time, tell them to run a race, and probably nine of the first ten to finish -will be youngsters. But, oil, what a difference a fe.w weeks from now! Jus: a little long- it will all be reversed. The fast youngsters having run riheir very hearts out, will be lame, tired, gasp- ing under the spur. The hardy old veterans, having conditioned them- selves at leisure, will be rounding into form, and -will be fit to go the route fwihile the kids will be all in, practically through. That's one reason -why the same old faces ap- pear at gong rime and the juniors JACK JOHNSON POUNDS Chicago. 111., .Mar. Johnson, heavyweight pugilist, yesterday put in his first day or real hard work in preparation for his coming encoinuer with Jeffries at Emeryville, Cal., on July 4. The champion, after putting on the finishing touches last night, found that he had worked off four pounds of superfluous avoirdupois, tipping the scales now at 21S be there. The youngster gets the worst of it all Lhe way. If he doesn't kill him- self off in .his mad anxiety to show .PHONE 1032 412 ROUND ST ALBERTA POLO PLAYER KILLED IN CALIFORNIA John Dustin Freeman, of Milanvll'e, Lost Life in Game in San Dieao how good he is he gets the lemon i just the same. An attempt on Jiis i part to do as the old boys lay off, take it easy, and work his mus- At this time of the year die young oles into ,pr0per result Three-Fingered Brown. and the! young will all 'irit .390 sure ever thus. sters always look like sure winners, and as a rule make the veterans re- semble a stack of leaden nickels. In the eyes of the reporters and of the in 'his being termed a shirker and a lazy cmutt. Laziness and easy-going ways are all right for an old player can do it as much as he likes. average spectator, these ]on? be is taere at gong- youthful demons. They show really jme howeveri is immediately marvellous class, and uhere is a rea- reason that is easily under- called down if he tries to do the same thing, .and is chased to 'the CALGARY MADE A CLEAN SWEEP KfiwlfTicf 1 At i vui JLldaiivlil. Medicine Hat Gosejy Contested AMERICAN FIGHTERS IN THE FOREIGN LANDS France and .England Offering Induce- ments for Yankee Stars Frenchmen Taking Up Game Enthusiastically Russia. Bohemia and Egypt AloO Be ing Invaded by Uncle Sam's Sons. _ s By James J. Corbett It is a fact thai our American boxers have reached such an exceptionally perfect stage in the scientific fi.-.ic knowledge and physical development that we need no longer fear an 'nter- national rivalry for the championships in all the classes from bantam to heavy-weight. It certainly looks so. and in a measure 1 regret tlw. may be the case. Instead of our boxers going across the pond to give battle for champion- iship honors, France and England just at present are offering inducements I for Americans to visit Paris and Lon- jdon to entertain patrons of the sport. The office of J. L EAKIN REAL ESTATE BROKER is now located in the Post Office Block Telephone 1038 For quick sale list your pro- perty with me stood. _ i vroods if he doesn't get a wiggle These boys are not oaly far young- himself. Calgary, iMarc'h Word lias just er 'D than hardened vet- been received here of the death are spurred on fcy John D. Freeman, at San Diego, Cal.. ambition. They are crazy lo who was injured in a polo game good, "o make tlie managers j fJTgd for Saturday at Coronada, a point nearjthiak iliem Lne best they ever saw.' San Diego, Cal., who was injured in Pretty [hard Ifnes, isn't at'.' you work hard, you'll get all used up; if you don't wor] set and tJhrow their very polo game on Saturday at Coronada. a while the veterans, who fco Qn point near San Diego. know very well that their jobs are 1 are you goln ment under such conditions? The answer as: You can't, and if you are Deceased is a brother-in-law to Mr practically assured, to them, will lay Norman Williams, who is a cattlo-buy- j back, take it easy, and in consequence er for Che Burns of Calory. j'will look very slow beside the speedy As a poio player air. Freeman was con- j juveniles. Then, too. tHiese 'boys sidered to have no rivals in Canada or are actuary livelier, faster on thedr even in America. He was expected j feet, more supple in every limb, than j a beginner you are lucky to be con- ceded the right to live. Foresters Lining Up back to Alberta this summer, and it was thought he would play with the Fish Creek team. The Ancient Order of Foresters the older this time of the year. Put ten of these .kids and footban is most assid- ten of the men on a mark at uously in getting together a very strong team for the coming season in Some of our fighters even have in- vaded the Czar's domain and a few years from now it will not sound strange to know that Americans have the right to claim the fistic champion- ship of Russia, Bohemia, or even Higypt should the fever which has been started ou the otner contlnue to spread as in recent vears Paris Likes Game There isn't any doubt in my mind from the way Paris has taken hold or the game of the padded glove that it won't 'be many years before the fiery youths of France will lay aside 'the foil and take up the padded mitt in the more manly art of self-defense. Then I have no doubt that a lot of good box-j j ers will be developed, and I'm not al- 1 together certain that if my plans tor j stage work in America were less! bright to make future success assured j I would hesitate move across and i open a school of instruction in Paris. The French are quick to learn, physic- Lethbridge Team Took Third Place Hat, .March 21. Calgary made a great clean up at the inter- provincial 'bowling tournament on the Royal Alleys here Friday and Sat- urday. Calgary not only won the team event but'ithe doubles and singles aslallv active and game, and just as soon I well. 'Medicine Hat got second place jas the material is offered we' in. the five man event and was f beaten out for the championship un_iors ov Fo'lowmg are the scores: 540, Curtis 498, j McMillan 472. Hennings 427, ver t rivals for championship hon- j there. til the last ball was rolled by Cal- Just Present k seems rather; gary. giving them the victory by 7 stranse to see the Lewis boys, who; pins. S after their 25-round draw were re-1. Five Men Teams j matched, the winner to meet BitJy Tap- jke two weeks later; Joti Jeanette, All j Kubiak, Sam McVey and a half dozen j jmore having greater or less preten- sions co championship honors fighting For Qujick Sale Fully ihodern nine roo'med house, all conveniences, new, up to date, and within two blocks of business part of city. Must be sold at once, and will V Sacrifice The Zeller Land Co. OFFICES: 209 LETHBftiDGE. CARMAN STREET, CARMANGAY. J total 2400. among themselves in Paris and Loii- j connection with the league and have j 547, Finlay'566, Ready 526, Robert- already secured the signatures of A.' t 511. OlcCullaJdon.1 In England, too, we find little E Filmer. K. Rossiter, J. Moodie, E. son 507; total '2657. beyond the feathers (although ffljweight iimit there is about as flexible) 538, Nichols it used to be among the overgrown! really have a school in which original individual development have [worked out to secure the most success- T.he suffragettes should sign Miss Myrtle the Pittsburg charmer. She is a great favorite with iue fans." I Why shouldn't she be? Hooker. J. Turner, J. Rudd, H. E. Bar- Scott 546> Rogs 4SO_ Brailhwaile ;i93; in Philadelphia a1 dozen! tholomew. Chas. and G. Chiswick. R. Wilson. T. Short, T. Du- pen. S. Wallace and several others who require their names left quiet at present. R. and T. Cald- well have also signified their inten- tion to assist the A. O. F. The ad- journed general meeting will be held in the near future and -will be'Called by the president, A. E. Dupen, and total 25ol. years among the feathers beint 486, Leif 500, Car- Freddy who fights Jim Dris son 57S, Scott 534. Mitchell 566; 4otal i ench player and supporter ceive not will Singles .Medicine coll, March ii, before the London Sporting club; Tom Thomas, a new EDMONTON'S THIRD'SACKER V v With spring training season in full The Helena player, Morse, who [swing ball players are "slaves" in earn- been signed as their baseman of litP jest. They are subject to the whims 423: Robert- son 472: Finlay 562: Xraks Rea- dy 460: Brav Scott 520. 539; Bowser 54D; Leif 585: middleweight who'has driven England Edmonton baseball team, was with Ta jof the Simon Legrees of the the daffy by recent performances in the '1908 in the same capacity. {managers.. ring, and "Iron" Hague, a heavyweight i His official record in that year wai 4. soon' to try his hand in this country. las follows: Remember That Australian i Ratting G. A.B. R. H. 2P, 3B HR. Pci j William MUdoon was discoursing .17 60 3 '15 1 0 1 a number of bystanders on the G. PO. A. E. Pet of physical culture. He dwelt no records are available of his worn Wl tk restige Semi-ready lias for years offered to men a tailoring service which is unique and unparalleled. From its very when clothing conditions were in a chaotic the Serai-ready system and quality has maintained a reputation and prestige that may be truthfully described as a thing apart. I Calgary. .March Falrmtount I Evans 4S2: Brown G- 'Athletic club have completed arrange-! -Moore 4-'- (ments for a boxing contest to be pulled Doubles [off at -the Fairmount camp to thej and Hernthorne. jnonh of the city and 'two blocks west Carson and Gray 1042: -Mitchell jof the car tine, on Good Friday after- i and Bowser 1144: Leif and Scott 1111; [noon. 'Kimball and Patrick S2S. The main bout will be betweeii Jim 1 Medicine and Bray 009: my Potts and Billy Morse, two fast Pingle and Childs OSO. imitt artists, and Kid Smith and Young! and Evans 105fl: iLarkin will do five rounds as a pre j Nichols and Braitihwaite 923. lliminary. Ten rounds between Joe i __________________ and Jack Carroll will complete QF HOCKEY jbill of good boxing contests. FQR THJS SEASON The club wired tickets to Potts and i Morse and have since learner! that j j Potts will be here on Saturday and the! Renfrew Pays to Its Star other man will leave Miles City, Mon-' Players 'Iana- I Ottawa, Mar. IS. The 'Renfrew year. Brief and "Gentlemen, for the past twenty ---------1 years I have been getting out of bed 4-f.f4.jat precisely 6 o'clock; a half-hour" 4j later I take breakfast, arid at 7 I start to work. I dine regularly at 1, -lackson. Frank Slnrin, Bob Fkzsim- wUfc Holena lagl mons, George Dawson, Dan Creedon. Tom Tracy, Jonew Griffo, Tommy Mur- phy, and several Eng-! land and America and cleaned up in nearly all the classes. It was the grit born of defeat that stirred the Ameri- ,-f j-have supper about G and every cans to greater effort, and to-day we i. j. i {without exception sees me in bed by i ,_ i T T T 0 charn And ti-hifc T Vinvo (iiave as a result the best boxers in the wnu, wnats more, i nave world, together with the champion-1 Women are becoming emanci-; never had a rtay's sickness in all my 'ships. We: are waiting for some wnen they don divided skirts 5why, T don't know what an ache o come over and try to take themtand crowd deserving men off baili0r a Pain like. A Ay man who iway, and the faster they come ihe'teams- j lives the I have lived can he )Ctter it will bo for the ring sport gen-i 4- 'Jusfc as healthy." A tent has been erected rounds wJth capac'it d on thejhockey .li.J Or i" off rtrnrt (afternoon and before leaving all the can dress better to-day in a Semi-ready Suit than for in the pre Semi-ready days. Semi-ready Tailoring has many imitators but no competitors people and arrangements have been j meTnbcra of tho mimonairc septet made with the stree; railway company off> thcfr fn amount. to run a three-minute service to the! of the entertainment. UPTON GIVES TROPHY i ing to aboui Lester Patrick (was the highest, paid, drawing and expenses. Alf. Smith who coach led tho leam for five weeks drew J600. Boston, Mass. Mar. perpetual and Manager Gllmour [trophy, an honor snield on which win IT. 5s announced on good authority jbe inscribed all the championship Tvin-jthjit the Renfrew magnates are satis ners in every class beginning with the f ted their team as i; now stands A. Southard year iS96 has been presented to the jfroni goal to rover, viz.: Lindsay, Yacht Racing association of Massa- ciiusetts by Sir Thomas Lipron, ac- cording to an announcement made at tne headquarters of the association ta day. Frank Patrick, Taylor, Lester Patrick and Lalonde. They count on getting Kerr for left wing next year and using Lalonde in right, playing Jordan centre. One of Mulrtoon's auditors, a stran- success so far as we have jflooclinS country with asked innocently: is country following the Kentucky is drowning the sor- Alight j inui light .vcrc nquire, sir for -.vhat you erally, j A double calamity threatens the ma- England has shown her grit in try-'kers aiul consumers of sporting goods, j ger who was not familiar with the ng to develop new material, but account of the low tariff Japan is [prowess of the ex-champion wrestler, with such seen in this of the Australians to which TJrows of minions wfch hfghhalK have referred. In Australia it looks as ______ _________ if the teachings of Foley have been for- gotten, and none has succeeded to the! 4 position of tKe old master who brought out the list of fistic stars, nearly all of I -f championship calibre, whom I mentioned above. j Boxing System From England Foley was the apt pupil of Jem j Mace, and so from England in reality -f MMMMMM 4 M f came the system of boxing whici, the Australians brought to this country. Americans are ever ready to be shown assimilated the best features of the new system and c-aoh boxer who has been successful in ris- ing to the 'top of the fistic ladder has studied out and added the necessary individual qualifications so that we UPTON'S POOL ROOM BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA BARBER SHOP CIGARS LUNCH COUNTER i Basement of the Oliver Block T -f -f 4- M M ;