Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
The Lethbridxe Daily Herald, Tuesday. March For the Best at Lowest PRICES PIONEER LUMBER YARDS Main Yards: Round Street North Ward Yard Westminster Road PAPKE TRIMMED WILLIE LEWIS THE BEST SPRING TONIC you can take is a selection from our sporting and athletic goods. XS ith them 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 ov Martin Ran the Stxtv Yar.ls in Paris, ilar. Papke, of Illinois, Saturday night knock- ed out Willie Lewis, of New York, in the third round. The fight was for the middleweight championship and was sched- uled to go tiveiuy rounds. IFORMER MAN EQUALS INDOOR RECORD at the earliest possible minute. The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co. PHONE 1032 412 ROUND ST Hans Wagner, nhe great Pittsburg hitsmith, is playing his annual would- like-to-Quit game, but when the season opens Hans -will be there with the bells on. 62-5 at Milwaukee, But Lost Final Milwaukee, Mar. Martin, formerly the star sprinter of the north- west, running for Whitman college, who won the 100-yard dash in the A. A. U. races in Seattle last August, now at Notre Dame, equalled the j world's record for the open 60-yard dash when he made the distance in 6 2-5 seconds, in the meet or the Cen- tral Association of Amateur Ath- SOME FAST BALL IS PROMISED THIS INVALID Twilight League Teams Prepare For Good Season PORT A Pure Oporto Wine Selected by Con- noisseurs for after- dinner. Unexcel- led as a Tonic for Invalids and Con- valescents. WILL BOYCOTT BASEBALL TEAM Chicago, 111., .Mar. Chicago Federation of JLabor yesterday placed a boycott on the Cleveland American baseball team because 'the baseball park at Cleveland was by non- union labor. Secretary Edward N. Nickels, of the Chicago American team to the effect that "organized labor in Chicago has highest regard for Mr. Comisky and the club, but on account of the unfair attitude of the managers of the Cleveland -ream, a boycott will be plac- ed on the games when the Clevelamls play iu Chicago. f-H Brief and Breezy M (By Courtesy of the Albertan.j Calgary, Mar. the success fui meeting of the Western Canada Baseball league held at Mpose Jaw on Sunday, it will not be long now before the baseball fan will have nis innings. Already a minruer are talking of the prospects and success which this league should have Mis year. All the letic Union. Martin made his record Sclvibs have "ot to a much better in the finals by James Wason, lhaa last year so that of Notre Dame, who likewise equalled !should have teams and conse- the world's record. jquently faster bali will be.played. The Chicago Athleiie Association Health MEVIK VAILS TO RESTORE OtAY RAIR TO ITS NATURAL COLOR AND BEAUTY. No mailer fcow old faded your hair looks, or How ilong you have been gray, 'it I will woik wooden foe jroc, I keep you locking yovsf, pro- mote luxuriant growth at hair, rtop falling out Positively He- Move Dandruff. Will pot toil skin or linen. WHl injure your hair. Is Not a Dye. BEFUSE ALL SUBSTITUTES Sl-M and 50e. Bottles, at captured -the meet with 4S points to its credit. Notre Dame was second with'33. Hyde Park High, Chicago, was third with 14. For Sale By J.'D. HIG1NBOTHAM i CO., LTD. ALBERTA DRUG A. BOOK CO. PRICE OF SEATS CUT IN HALF San Francisco, Mar. for the Jeffries-Johnson fight here July 4, will range fro to according to an official statement by Tex Rick- aro, one of the promoters, last night. v It was originally intended to charge from to bui. Rickard declared that after considering .the subject they had come to the conclusion-they could make enough money at the reduced prices. As Rickard explained it, there will be seats and striking a rough average of something like a sea1 there will be over in the box 'office. The clubs have had more time tr collect good teams. When the league was organized in a few weeks many of the clubs had to get busy and get then- bunch together in a hurry. Brandon has just received au offer from Bill .Morrow, manager of the Duluth baseball team of 1905-7-S to manage its team this year. Brandon has one or two men and have prac- ROUSING FOOTALL MEETING LAST NIGHT Number of Important Questions Dis- cussed and Amicably Settled A meeting of those interested members of a club to not football was held in a sample room of anore than Lhirty, was voted down the Balmoral Hotel last evening. A. E. j after considerable discussion. Several'times in hitting. The Northern Cop- Dupen, president of the City Football (other -matters of more or less Country'twice, the Outlaw Leag :Moose Jaw recognizes Miat they are getting a good man i'rom Lethbridge in trade for O'Hayr, but they hated to do 'it. The fact of the matter was that they had three first basemen and Lethbridge two shortstops, so the 'trade was of mutual benefit. The Western Canada League is scheduled to open on the 4th of May. Last year it was the i2th. 4- -r It is said that Calgary was willing to give Moose Jaw three good men for first .baseman O'Hayr, whom Chesty I Cox secured for Leihbridge in trade I for Ralph Bell. A V Chesty Cox lias led leagues four league, occupied the chair. The sec- retary-treasurer read the report of thr finance committee, which showed a de ficit of only seventy cents in the gen-! jportance were discussed TDM. left over ifor Che consideration of the execu- tive of the (LeiSibrliige City Football of California, and the Western Canada League. eral league, funds, a deficit of five.dot- [League of 1910. At -the close of tihei Promoters of the Jeffries-Johnson lars in the funds of the recent smok- concert and ?145.9-i to the credit ticaliy -decided upon man, font it ;of the Charity fund, will be some consolation to know thev of thanks was ten- dered >to the retiring officers and ex- j match have announced that seats the ringside will cost only fifty doll- ecutive of the City League of 1909. and several motions and amendments j in regard-to the amount'to be se' can grab Morrow. Brandon will be without Morrell, brilliant outfielder, this year. Spokane have waivers on him and of- fered to turn him over -to Vancouver Brandon also wanted him again, but Morrc.ll has decided to quit the pro ball game and look out to his trade. This will be a loss to Brandon as Mor- i nucleus of a fund for the benefit of j ars, and a perch on bleachers only five i dollars. This moderation on the part Bed in H.-spital In only 6ne foot'iof the men who have 'to do with the I'ball team in the citv but in 1909 theUinanoini nt- nf tho There was a very e-eneral diFcnsston 01 tne ent oi me [season opened -with four teams andiyear shows that they want to bring it fintehed three. athletes. within reach of all. What is one hun- dred dollars to a "dead game ___ provided he knows where he can get But at last it. was decided !course, there be tfne Callies and another hundred? It would only buy 'the S. 0. E., and fchere vire hints tliattU thousand shares of certain mining aside for the endowment of hed-m j _ For mo Were is. already good the Gait hospital for injured aniateui j promise -of even a better success. Of to set aside the sum of one hundred i' dollars to be deposited in a bank as a'one or both of tliese chubs will enter (stocks and all that he might get ou: rell was its best hkter, besides being a corking good outfielder. injured amateur athletes. The president read some recoramen- cwo teams in the league. The A. O. F. are -sti-li game and there are rum- of the stocks is worry, while the rin side seats will give him something to SUCCESS of tke CENTURY Year at Now in it's Second the ASTOR THEATRE, New York, and receipts larger than ever "THE MAN FROM HOME" This play ran 342 jiIMES consecutively in Chicago. No other play ever did. Majestic Theatre Wednesday, March 23 ors of added strength to their line-up jlel1 hjs "pals" about for years tc Regina is under the management ofidations of the City League executive jof The MaPle Leafs lost tShearj Roxy Walters, who intends to have ajof 1909 as ;shirts and not reappear team that will be some smoke in the :cnat Since the North Ward I To be in the swim you should eat with the crowd at the new Alexandra Cafe Good music from 6 to 7.30 p. rri. Prices within reach of everybody. Come early if you want to get a seat. Bring your friends. Pri- vate Dinner Parties a spec- ialty. O, MURRAY, Prop. league. These recommendations were receiv- j ed and turned over to the 1910 execu- is Since as Macleod it Roxy has plenty of money behind itive. him this year and he will have a >team It was decided that each club be i t to football ;-team. The Y.-M.C.A., Tvihlch last week ibe able to support n, good soon. He is over after Bill Donovan three delegates, and .an finan-j wr clal support, is already considenng each football club wishing 10 enter of a or last year's Calgary team. the City Football League of 1010 Bill is one of the best outfielder? and hitters in this league, and is some player when things are going right Iganixalion -before April 1st. stating I should notnfy Thos. Hall of their ivivich if it included many of the of thc CADILLAC '30' with him. Roxy believes he can han- the JKimes of their delegates, sand start off in and wind. Then nliere are other organ die Bill alright and is willing to buy j that Mr. Hall would tlhen notify them t. him from the Calgary club. He ha, lor the time and olace of meeting and f'" written .to the Calgary directors tojaiso ,publish notice in -the press. f know if they -will sell Donovan, and' u >Sht e 6 SCare SOme of >the veter" i 'Mr. Hall tihen read a communica-ians to name the price; the directors havr b turned the matter over Carnev. to Manager 'tIOn ta Footba11 !pbiTitment of delesates .to the provin- y Now Lt 'is 'to tlie foocb-'111 asking for the ap- to get busy and organize their clubs, The Calgary manager may or maj-Jctil football convention at Cal not want to sell "Wild Bill." In a let- recently co Sam Savage, Carney i stated that ne can guarantee to get the best there is in Bill under his manage- .mer.t, so perhaps Carney will not part j Donovan. i Winnipeg expects to draw much lar- iger crowds this year. They have de- to play all games at River instead of at Happyhnd. It IF ,much nicer to watch a game at River :t-ark. as tho scenery is The best in Manitoba and is a more popular place. Larry Piper hns been asked to re- garj- on then appoint delegates to the City; League and notify Secretary <5 Easter Monday. No action Tvas April 1st. Four teams made ee so Lethbridge will go unrepresent-la good league in 1009, but six or ed a' fhat convention. 'eight for 1910 would be even better No Limit to Players and would be a great boost to the Mr. Tuckwell's motion to limit the city. CANADIANS PLAY A STAFF OF TALL ONES HOCKEY !N NEW YORK __ i The Chicago Cubs would have the Xow York. Mar. All-Star j tallest pitching staff in the world I' hockey seven from Renfrew, Ont., de-jr.ll the youngsters now on the list feated the Wanderers of Montreal Sat-1 were retained. Hagerman, Kroh urday nigh: at the St. Nicholas rinV !Ruelbach ar.d Overall are dwarfs, com- port at Sacramento for the nine goals to four, in a contest fo: spared to some of The recruits, I UPTON'S POOL ROOM -f 4- i Coast league, who have waivers on j nim. as he was loaned to Winnipeg year. Piper, acording to the dope. idoes no; want to leave Winnipeg and j would nuic.i rather play in the C. jL. President Blackburn is making ar- irangemc-nts with Sacramento to hold j Piper and thore is no doubt but "Rab-j as he is called, will again be! playing in this league. In a letter to the Calgary Hub Pro isident Eckstorm lias a good line on .two umpires. He saw thorn both I work out at the coast and can get ithem at a fair price. Voss, of last year's buncti, hns beer J retained. The president stated that j the league will get the best t.his year as far as umpires ure concerned. He will got tho best and pay ror them i' a purse. It had been expeotec' ithe Gut.hrio product, doesn't know jus that a picked seven from tho Ottawasihow big he is, but it must, be in the and Wanderers would bo pitted neighborhood of seven feet. Cole Is I wish to announce that my exclusive agency for this territory has been acknowled- ed by the Cadillac people and the orders have been issued for all to be dis- continued. We can furnish cars on short notice. I against the Renfrews but only Mallcn another gforit, and Pfcffer is no mid T. S. McKENZIE irorn Ottawa, was in the line-up. i get. A SEARCHING INVESTIGATION WILL PROVE SUPERIORITY OF WOVEN WIRE 1! BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA BARBER SHOP CIGARS LUNCH COUNTER Basement of the Oliver Block expenses nave to be cut down in other departments. Tnis will welromft news as scv. dobs last year claim It. was poos -f work on the part of the umpires which B- M4M caused ccipts. a big faHiag off of gate re- Shiloh's qnickly conghs, cures colds, JJic Uiroat IHMS. 25 IDEAL Investigate IDEAL fence. Do like the railways. Test the laterals for uprights for Test hoth for smooth- ncsss and heaviness of galvaniz- ing. Test the lock for gripping- tcnscity. Put a roll on the scales and weigh it. 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