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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 10. The LetJibrUtee Daily Herald, Monday, March H. M. Gilbey's "Invalid" Port A pure, light vintage Wine shipped from Oporto. A valuable .Natural Tonic for Influenza and conval- escence after illness. A delicious "Wine for after- dinner use. Avoid cheap substitutes by always asking for GILBEY'S "INVALID" PORT Of all First-class Wine Me'.-chants. THE PAGNUELO WINS CO., LOCAL AGENT-o LONGBOAT NOW A FAtfE ALARM Acoose Makes a Monkey of the Once Peerless Runner BATTLER WANTS TO TRY SCIENCE Toronto. March first; Long-boat no whero, practically sums up as as possible the result of the? nice on Saturday night for the distance running ohainpioiishlp of the world a: 1- miles. Accuse had it all over Longboat at all stages of the dis lance. Ixuigbimt ran like a man with! gout; in fact there was a decidedly "lias been" savor about his style from start to finish. His trainer claimed that lie was in condition "but his per-] fonnance did not sustain the asser-' tion. After the tirst couple of miles he plodded listlessly, only flashes of -the siwed that one made j him the ideal of the athletic tion. He created very little at. tine 10 1-2 mile distance when he calmly trotted into his dressing room.' He was five laps behind his opponent: then. The latter was running with judgment and an even pace. After that he continued alone, finish-. ing -with :i little :burst of speed in the comparatively slow time of one hour and seven 'minutes and 14 seconds, 'CHESTY' COX MAKES CALGARY ALDERMEN A SENSATIONAL HIT TAKE IN BULL FIGHT Recognizes That if He Mixed Science With Slugging He Would Still Be Holding Title New York, Mar. is. corn- fighting. Battling Nelson will start, alter taking a rest, to do some real sci- entific training. No more 01 the wild arm slugging and missing the 'muscle punching. The Battler will be trained to guard and block and hit straight for the mark without misns- j ing his own energy. The Battler is now said by some to fallen a victim ,to science. The last lightweight fight of importance, that between Harlem Tommy Jlurphy and Owen Moran, was another scienti- fic contest. For years lightweight fight- ing had been a reckless sort, of fight- ing, for the Batuer, with his marvel- lous speed and stamina, was able tc all the scientific hammering could be heaped upon him while he fought back without a thought of defense. He struck out aparently blnd- iy and if the punch strucK, well and good. If it missed, the Battler tried again. No more of the frail tactics for the lightweight From now on, for a time at least, we shall see the boys doing some real boxing. S.tamina is all very well. It downed Young Corbett. Terry McGovern, Joe Cans and the other old- time stars, bat if ihe Battler had mix- ed some science with it he might still be wearing the chaplet of the light- weight king. Nelson is the only man that Joe Gans ever feared. The Baltimore dar- key thinks "Wolgast is easy, and he classes Welsh, Moran, Murphy and the others as the ranKest amateurs. Ganf feels that he could get back in the game now and win back some of his old-time laurels. Bat showed in Chicago this week in vaudeville. Within a fortnight he will start upon that much advertised rest Better wait 2. bit, Joe, before you stan challenging. Poor Old Terry Terry McGovern wants to buy a farm and get back to the real fight for life. NOT SIGNED TO IN FRISCO Los Angeles, Mar. Lang- "P or down to a greater de- j The gun is mounted On a swivel and nature now and away from the bright lights. They have pnl me on the blink all right. "The boys ought to take the advicr of a fellow who has br-en through the game. I made a fortune and now I'm down and out It's fine when you're winning and the money comes in so fast you cant keep track of it; but there always; comes a time when thoy say, 'Well, ho was a good fellow when he had it.' Bat Nelson is the man in the ring to-day. When the fel- lows who are Wowing their earnings are out in the street begging a quar- ter for a bed the Battler vcill be or easy street louring Europe in his auto- mobile. I can't kick. My friends hav< stuck by me, I just feel iike hand- ing out this advice, for it may help some." forms for the Edmonton Baseball Club have been ordered from Chicago and will create a sensation in the Western Canada league. The old green suits will be worn in practice until the beginning bul! at the same point and sinking the long sword clear up to .the hilt so that its point will pierce the heart. That is the only part of the body where the I of the season and then turned over to bull is ever touched. I took 22 highest bidder. shots of the fight with my kodak, and Mr. Jones also took some. "Mexico City is a wonderful place. It is the Paris of America. Its people are given over largely to pleasure. Its parks, plazas, aiamedas and paved'au- Charlie Crist has written Deacon White and it is likely the "Rolls" wi: dler, and the team is already prac- tising. It is Deacon's intention to carry the following players: five pitchers, two catchers, five infielders and three out- fielders. At the beginning the rostei may contain nearly twenty names but the list will be weeded out consider ably. It is likely Sterling will not be jseen in an Edmonton suit this year. be taken on. Three games in Edmon- j Lee Samuels, a first ton and a corresponding number in Cal gary could be nicely worked in before' class pitcher League and i Moose Baxter, have accepted terms ifrom the Northwestern the league scneuule commences. Crist and there is a chance of getting anoth Stanley Robison, St. Louis' nation- al League president, has taken out a insurance policy on the life of .Roger Bresnahan, the Cardinal manager, and a policy against accidents to Bresnahan other than those o'n the baseball field. Bres- nahan is under contract for three years with the Cardinals, and the rea- son Robison took out the policies was to protect his club against loss in case of death or injury to Brt-s- nahan. LAUDER AND BURT DRAW It is now stated authentically that the Ottawa hockey dub will finish the season with a deficit of about Winnipeg. 'March Lander. of lightweight champion of Canada, got a good draw here tonight at Selkirk hall in a ten :onnd bout with Rmi Burr, a Minnesota boxer. Lander had the best of matters and Hurt was lucky to rret an even decis- ion. The Calgary hoy was in good form and repeatedly landed time after time, coming la with left jabs to the face, which Burt seemed unahlo to stop. BASEBALL AT PINCHER i Pincher Creek. March sec-' ond baseball match of the season to! be played here took place on thhe af-j ternoon of Good Friday between the! I'incher Station club and a team ,ir-! ranged for the occasion among thej I'incher Creek bail players. The game i was an animated one all through and! many good plays were made on both sides. The score made the Pincher! Creek team winners by 5 to 2. i Spring Styles Ready handsomeft hand tailored Suits and Overcoats ever shown in this bv the er good pitcher named Roseveldt (no relation to Teddy.) Young players with a little season- jing arc evincing great eagerness for try-outs, with Edmonton, and as they jail offer to pay their expenses up, they i will be accommodated. Will Wilianl, a first baseman, will iget a trial. Me is a right handed bat- ter and a shifty man on his feet. An- jother is Ernest Graff, of Seattle, who- f claims he will make a general utility man. Deacon has not yet given up hopes I of obtaining Morrell, whom a dispatch -j from Vancouver had retired An-angements are already ibeing- made-by several dyed-in-the-wool fans at Edmonton to 'organize a club for the promulgation of noise in con- nection with the Edmonton ibaseihalL ehrb. Vicarman and Kidd willl have charge of the rooters and are sign- ing up candidates. There are several conditions to be fulfilled before a man can aspire to full membership In this 'noted club. First, he must .be the happy possessor of a voice which can be distinictly heard above rhe din of any train that happens to pass by on the E. V. P. Second, he mut take a solemn oath to attend every home game and yell for the team, last, and all the time. The motto of the rooters" club will bt: "Don't Knock. But Boost." A special space in the stand will be I provided for the sweet-voiced singers. M M I -f I UPTON'S POOL ROOM BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA BARBER SHOP CIGARS LUNCH COUNTER -f Basement of the Oliver Block t M -f -t -f -t A. O. F. HAVE A GOOD LINE-UP j Football with the Ancient Order ofi Foresters is booming and the latest j j men to fix their names to playing! j forms are J. Kirk, who has played at! I outside left for the Swlndon F. Hoighes. centre half, who has had i the distinction of assisting the Rm-( erald Isle in a junior I and has several tropnies to prove hisj I abilities, and R. Allcock, who comes from that hotbed of football. Stafford-, shire, is tho proud possessor of sev-: oral junior league medals. These men I with those already signed on win foremost designer in Canada. The Fit-Reform craftsmen have surpassed themselves this season !'rom-thc fme' ?rolSWy 1 II jing time draws near Morrell will yearn and we are able to offer not only the richest and most exclusive Styles and patterns, but also the greatest values. for the diamond again. The team will report about May 1st, [which will give two week's practice be I fore the formal opening of the season. WAGNER At least, see these elegant spring Suits and Overcoats, WILL OUT BE FOR THE AUTO imfce Hie A. O- F. a most formidable combination. Dr. Stewart has accepted the presi- dency of the club while Mr. E. Hagell will be the honorary president, and in these two gentlemen they 'have very enthusiastic officers. MrJCELVIE McGUIRE Sole Agents j Detroit, 'March Wagner i has put in a bid for the automobile i offer by an automobile company to i the champion batsman of the country. He intimates that he considers his i last year better than Cobhs' j H77. on the ground that he had hard- or pitching to swat. Says Hans in j his leltter: j "Motor car for leading batsman has the medals and loving cup beaten a j n" i iO, is a offer on your j part. You cannot clearly decSde the i worlds champion batsman on account of the different pitching and fielding I in the two leagues. Something should be done whereby the leading of each league should be considered.' a am Langford, the beggar man of pugilism, who for the last two years has found poor picking because every- body or his was afraid, is com- ing out of Uie lean days and is flood- ed with offers to fight. The Wnck tarbaby and Stanley Ketchel "will have a six-round session in April in Phil- adelphia, followed irvvo bouts an Pittsburg. California promoters are banking on Jack Johnson, may be the outcome of his fight with Jeffries, meeting Langford In San Frantisco Labor Day. Ixingford's manager figures that if Johnson loses the Fourth of July fight he wij] be about ready for a fight at that season, and if he wins he will be in a mood to keen a two-year-old promise. Long- ford and his manager are willing to tet that the caveman can clean up Johnson in short order. Jack Johnson who is scheduled for a fight with James J. Jeffries in Califor- nia July -1, decided upon his return from New York yesterday to change his training plans and go to 'the coast at an earjy .date. After a talk rromoter promised to Gleason last night he the Californinn thai he would start .or California April Hth. Johnson expects that the New York as- sault case will be settled an due time and that it will not interfere with his training on the coast. ;