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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 29, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Letlibrldge Daily llehild, Tuesday, Mardi Page 0 Brief and Breezy 1 i XV A j Ail Wolgflst still demands to moot Freddie Welsh, the English lightweight. Ad admits itliat he is out for 'the money. .kick Johnson 'is a native cjf the country that fought, bled'and died to free Hie uluve. But sold coimtrv suf- fered a relapse when it hit tluui high water mark anil it has never since been anile sure whether the unpleas- antness of-the'early sixties was or was not an entire success. H grew yet. nion; doubtful vthen 'a descendant of; the race of slaves and servants thump- j i-d its puglistB and became champion of the ithe colored man is! HYPNOTISM IN A GAME OF POOL FIRST BIG BALL GAME OF THE SEASON VANCOUVER TEAM OFF TO FKISCO Gus Neidig's Slashers Take a Fall Out Of Police Ball Team iNo Wedding Bells For Bowiing Tourney in City of Giaft I ___ and Prize Fights. Milwaukee, Manrli wed- 'ding bells for said Ad Wolgast to-: jday. Ineidently he denied that there iwas any prospect of his marrying ;i Vancouver, March hope i in their hearts and each with their I who wilt represent tiiis citv at the i i ;most important bowling event in the! we'st, left on the iroquois for' Seattle. At that city they will cm- hark on -the steamer President for the Golden Gate city. They have boon putting in a lot of faithful practice on the local alleys_ lately and the trip down is expected to give them the needed rest, so that they land in the Prof. Danielson Shows Hew Easy It is to Make Star Out of Novice. 'New York, 'March the Inl Hard and pool parlors of the Union Cat't yesterday afternoon Theo- dore Danielson, a hypnotist, gave a demonstration which caused him to be regarded with considerable awe. At one of the pool tables six men THE BEST SPRING TONIC you can take is a selection from our sporting and athletie goods. them you can get out in the fresh city of graft, quakes and prize f (gluts; were playing. They -had played'ten Seixing -time by the forelock California girl who has been I own projectile packed up for trav- in good shape for the tourney after j frames and Alfred Belton had not adyaiu-ing loo fast is a growing belief. I of the congenial i mentioned in the coast newspapers as the Vancouver Howling club's I a lk'lle preliminary urac-1 so mucll one ball who immediately fell under the charm corner cushion. Then Professor Dan- ielson returned. Watching That Eagle Eye "Keep'your eye on he said >to BeKon; "lilt the cue iball on 'the top and send tlhe six 'ball to the right- hand corner." Belton shot and won the game. The iprofessor declined, to take fur- ther advantage of 'the sportsmen, say- ing he was satisfied to demonstrate a scientific fact that it is for even a pool iplayer to toe put under the magic pell of hypnotism. Jacobs paid his ibet and Whispered to the professor chat he would like to get next to the method. "You said Jacobs, "I am quite a factor in these games and your methods interest me greatly. Can you put me wise Qiow you do The professor explained -boat all that was required to possess suf- ricient magnetic power to concen- on the player. Jacobs Owen P. Fleming N. Field ID. n. B. Majolier {Christ Middle S. Gar- ton H. B. Barker (Christ "Church, D. Mackir.non R. C. Bourne Front W. F..Donkin. of Jacob's hypnotic eye. Three balls at one -shot rwas Burke's record under the fixed stare of the terrible Mr. Abe Svengali. LMr. Svengali's services were in great demand for many hours after Professor Danielson Hiad left che hail- did as advised and made the shot, at the same time 'breaking 'the 'halls. Belton followed instructions tand j rung off seven balls without inter- ruption. On the eighth ball the pro- fessor walked away to light his cigar. In tne meantime Belton shot "wichout the advise of tiie Professor and miss- ed. Traub put down four balls, and the Professor had not yet returned ln interview which he gave out to the table. Belton again missed. while training at Hot Springs, Stanley In the next shot Traub tied the score -.Retchel announced that he was capable to but one ball on the attending to his own affairs and did taste- (not need a manager. He said that he The object ball was on 'the spot j would not be managd by George' Little, and bhe cue ball on the right-hand j Jack Johnson's manager. Hand Tailored Suits and Overcoats Fifteen dollars is perhaps the most popular price for a suit of clothes. AYc are offering SOUK.' exceptional values at this figure and we invite a careful scrutiny of our suits. GUI pr-ci-s range from to A Few Facts About Our Clothing That is of interest to every Clothing purchaser. They are Absolutely correct in style, faultlessly fitted and drap- ed. Tailored from the finest fabrics, finished in faultless fashion, every pattern most exclusive and our guarantee to give per- fect satisfaction in every way. Overcoat We now have our full line of Spring Overcoats in all colors open for inspec- tion. Special mention should In- made of a new line of Black Vi- cunas, made tip in the very style, hest of material with silk facino-s, lhat we' arc offering for Spring Caps For Men Our full line of Men's Spring- Gaps arc now open and comprise a beautiful range of patterns in fancy tweeds, worsteds and serges to SCti iit 65c, 75c, 85c, A Collar For Every Day Our stock of linen collars is now complete, hav- ing received a larire shipment ol! the famous Dia- mond -T brand collars in all tiie newest: and most cor- rect styles. These collars sell for 20c, 3 for 50c also a cheaper line to sell 2 for 25c. MACLEOD BROS "The Great Clothiers of The Great West" Underw ear We are showing a wonderful range of Spring weight unclcr- wenr in the natural wool and in the lisle and wool that we arc of- fering at a garment. Also a full range of the 'Stanfield's7 silk and wool at a garment. ;