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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta KB IDA Y, MAY 21. 1020 ,THE -LErpRIDGE DAILY HERALB PAGE SEVEN LEONARD VS. WHITE FOR TITLE ON JULY 5 F Walter Knos in Winnipeg Tells of Western Athletes Who Are (ioud Timber CHICAGO. May lightweight champion, has signed, it was announced today, lo dftfcnd ngai-jst Charlie White, of Chi- cago, iu a leu-round contest at lieutoa Harbor, on- July 5. Leonard, will receive a guarantee ot 415.000.- The. welsul will bo 13S, pounds.' control, but in a public stock yards, out ot. v.-hlch they tg have been turned, probably because they bad no right to bo there, and without the j slightest notifications to the purchaser that they wero to ho delivered there. I could by auy possibility be termed a runner, anything from tho 100 yards. }o halt ni'lc. May like a regular athlete vritli his face all brouzed up from tho warm rays o! tho Urlllsh Columbia sun, Waller Canadian Olympic coach, IB back in after a six months' trip through tho western provinces la search cl material for the Canadian Olympic team. Jir. .Knox Is ca Ihustibtlc'avbr'1 IhlT'prospects of the. learn, and sayn that tho weft should have many ropreeeutaliveS; as ho was completely surprised at.tho taluiit thai Is available and looks forward to tbo eeml-flnal meet in-Winnipeg In July producing some wonderful contests. At .Vancouver, ho says there are some splendid weight men in Camer-' on, McDiarmid aud Murdock. Camer-i on has improved and should beat any- thing in America as he is the best all- around athlete in Canada by a long margin. Dr. Bricker, a pole Tuiilter. and Cowan, a sprinter, are other pos- sibilities. At Edmonton there is Hall- burton, a broad juniper and sprinter; Crorler, high jumper, and Dr. Duns- worth, a broad jumper and sprinter. Jn Rfiece, Saskatoon has a walker who has all the style of Colliding. Calgary has a broad Jumper 111 Frh- ter, while Honeymah and Stephens are two good distance men. Region has only oue prospect, Flock, delivery -of this etovk to the plaintlfl within the meaning ot tho contract U Is quite obvious from iho evidence 6C the [ilhiatiK and iruui letters that be wrote tho defendant that he want-; ed to be notified at least a week fore tho time that tho delivery vraa i to be mada so that he might makol arrangements for cars for the ship- ment ot tlio cattle and there ia 110 suggestion, cither in tho verbal orl-; deuce or. the written evidence, ot slightest that the cattle Knoi looked at ot Hrandou, und says that he looks like a winner at the Olympic, games In the middle distance .fort William has two promising sprinters iu Crowe and Hoyler. were to bo delivered there the 10th 1 ot Att lhat relied upon' Contracts for Cattle Sales Will He More Carefully Made Right To a Tee! That Is what you'll _say about our golf supplies because they are scientifically made, tmed and balanced the TDry best makers on specifications of the world's best professionals. .All the' highest grade clubs both wood and Iron and Hie liveliest and most durable makes of golf balls are shown here. .Golf ap- parel and bags, too. Alberta Saddlery Co. i 306 FIFTH STREET Tho decision in the Frankel vs Ross case has an important--bearing lo the farmers !rf the distrlct.ln the lions that go on in regard to the sale and purchase of livestock. With this In -view vfd publish the judgment la titll of Mr. Justice Walsh: There fs no dispute'about tho facl iliat the late Mr. Host! made a sale to the Plaint IK of all his beer, fat steers four years and seven cents a pound. Tho only 'dispute that there Is here is whether or 'not Iho con tract has heea fulfilled or has been hroken; and lhat, in turu, depends in the first place upon tho tletermlna Item of the question as to the n urn be of ,beef, four years and! up, ih'at 1he late Mr. Ross owned, lie claims that ,He" eleven and lhat ho delivered those to the Plain- tiff. The plaintiff, on the other hand, says tbat he had at least twenty, and tie claims damages for the defendant's failure to deliver the seventy that were contracted for. Unfortunlely tbc contract does not specify the number to bs deljvered hut refers to them as "aH of his beef, fat That is a perfectly good contract hut it, of necessity, makes the number 'prqv- ablo by verbal evidence and that Is ono of the in.this case. Now, even if tho defendant's con- I ientton is that he only, had eleveu steers of this age auil charac- ter, I think "he"