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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Section 2 Lethbridge, Alberta, Friday, May Have You Who studios your taste and can advise you as to.material; who can suggest the "best style awl cut to enable you to qualify for the description of well dressed If not, I invite you to drop in and look over my large range of Style-Craft hand tailored clothing. My stock is now- very complete and embraces all the newest and best quality tweeds and worsteds in plain greys and browns, medium and dark grey shades, wide and narrow stripe patterns. The prices of these suits run from I and are exception- ally good values. I also have a large variety of g o o quality odd trous- ers from to SLATER SHOES Shoes of Real Quality I have flic sole agency in Letlihridge for these shoes and can supply iheni in any last ,-ind leather at- popular .prices. So and a pnir. The hasiVr an equal. Xcw lines of spring- -ami summer hats opened up this week. Linen and straw. hats in all the latest shapes. SHIRTS-- Lion hrand. American coat shirts in stripe and pleated the 'very smartest patterns NEWS OF THE FIGHTERS UPTON'S POOL ROOM BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA BARBER SHOP CIGARS LUNCH COUNTER Basement of the Oliver Block By Jeff Thompson New Y'ork, May Langford, the Boston negro fighter who will do some boxing with Jeffries next month at Rowardennan, if present plans do not miscarry, has' become wealthy in the fighting game even while he and hjs manager, Joe Woodman, have been complaining that fighters of ability refused to meet Langford. In five fights Langford has cleared Langford is a fortunate fighter. For a year he has been making money hand over fist and it is not doubted that he will have' cleared by the end of the present year. In his battles with Jim Flynn and Jim Barry on the Coast, and with Stanley Ket- chell in the east, Langford cleared a neat sum which was augmented to this week in the Kubiac set to. Langford is a thrifty negro and al ready owns much valuable real estate in Boston. Langford believes that his biggest money maker will be his fight with Tommy Burns on the Coast in September. The Boston negro has hi! eyes turned towards the heavyweigh championship and if he keeps on he may end a millionaire. Asks Clergy to Big Contest Tex Richard wants the clergy of the United States to send one or more rep Jeffries-Johnson cKettrick from Europe. In the party as Jim Stewart, who wants to fight he winner of the 'Jeffries-Johnson ght. Speaking Stewart and an- ther of nds fighters, "Young Snow- McKettrick confided the follow- ng: "I want to say a good word for tewart. He is going to be a factor mong the heavyweights from now on He weighs 250 pounds and has devel ped wonderfully in -the last six months. He is only 22 years old and is willing tc fight anybody in the world arring Jeffries. If Johnson should win over Jeffries we' will try to get a match with.him torJStewart. WilUe .ewis will fight any 'welterweight and any midleweight up to 158 pounds. "1 think I have a 'comer' in this boy inowball. His real name is Ted Broad and he has fought 30 battles without'a oss. While none of his fights was what you would call a big one, he has beaten some clever men, and he will surprise some of the little fellows over dger will accept this amount as Wol- gast demands that much for his enc" lone. However, Welsh is coming to the United States after his fight with Packy McFarland in London on May 30. In all likfhood Welsh will be beaten by McFarland and, if this, is the case, Packy will demand a battle with Wolgast on the Pacific coast about the time of the Jeffries-Johnson ight. In that case Freddy will have to content himself with second raters. Jeff in Smooth Dome Class Recent photographs of Jim Jeffries show that he has lost almost all the hair, on the top of his head, and is DOW in the front ranks of smooth dome celebrities. However, that champion in estimating his chances against Johnson. Mike and Jack Twin Sullivan are hairless, yet it does .aot interfere with their fighting Fitzimmons was q.uite bald at the height of his career, but ir did not af- fect the soldity of his punch. Charley White is bald, but he is the best ref- eree in the world. Therefore betters should not be influenced in the slight- est degree by the fact mat Jeff his lost the capillary substance on the summit of his cranium. S.O.E. Again Put It All Over Their Opponents 5-1 Westminster Fought a Hard Game Although the' western .wind was blowing a mighty hurricane last night the football boys decided they would fignt it out. Accordingly at 7 p.m., the S. 0. E. team lined up before the Westminster bunch ready for action. The former won the toss and after 'The Jeffries-Johnson fight to draw close 'to according to the estimates of Rickard and Gleason. Some days ago Rickard said that the arena could be tilled with' spectators west of the Rocky Mountains without Contractors will start building the Jeffries-Johnson arena on June 5, the day after racing ends at Emeryville. The arena will cost and will contain feet of lumber. It will seat people. Remember that I carry in slock everything for men and have a large assortment of summer underwear, silk lisle hose, silk ties and handker- chiefs, summer vests, gloves, working shirts, overalls, smocks, trunks, suit cases, etc., etc. I BUCHAN "THE MEN'S MAN" Round St. Next to Eureka Theater resentatives to the fight. Richard has also suggests that clergymen attend of their ow initiative, making the journey o special trains which will carry th fight fans from various eastern cities I am afraid some of the" clergyme, would be the time th cold storage goods is getting in it deadly work. The promoters; want to make the bi battle a family affair. Jack Gleaso says it 'will be a battle of scientists and nothing will be presented to shock the sensibilities of good people. Glea- son evidently has the strength of his convictions for the promoters are go- ing to build a special gateway where baby carriages may be checked. They believe that many wives and nurse maids will rush in for a view of the light leaving their babies at the entrance. Imagine Mrs. Smith asking Mrs. Jones if that wasn't a delightful smash that Jeff gave Jack in the third. Jeffries-Johnson in Condition Reports from Ben Lomond and Seal Rock indicate that both Jeffries and Johnson will be in the finest condition of their Jives when they meet on July 4. It is natural that Johnson should take only a fraction of the time .lef- fries is using in preparation. Johnson has been fighting often and he can get into shape quickly. It doesn't take him long. Ho didn't, spend a great. deal of his time getting ready for the fight with Ketchel. but he was "there" when he stepped into the ring. And yet when he boxed with O'Brien in Philadelphia not very long before he in miserable condition; fat. short- winded, entirely lacking in endurance. He has just been through a few weeks of ''high life" that would make any- thing ever attributed to Jeffries look tame in comparison. When he went to Australia to fight Burns he weighed going into the east for patronage. At that time Rickard said he had worth of seats booked. Ad Wolgast to Meet Welsh Jimmy Coffroth, the California fight promoter, has just-telegraphed to Tom Jones, manager of Ad. Wolgast, offer- ing to hang up a purse of for a 45-round bout with Freddie Welsh, to take place the of July. It is not likely that Wblgast or his man- some pretty combination Holberton shot but Johnston saved. The West- minsters rushed and a "corner result- ed. Again, the S. O.VE. forward line forced their way through 'the West- minster defence, and Fairbrother took a drop from near the touch line that dropped inside, but unfortunately he was offside. The wind, as usual, ,was a mighty factor, influencing not only the direc tion of the ball, but also the speed of the players, not to mention the chattering spectators on the side lines. As a result mis-kicks and throws-in SEE PAGE SEVEN FOR BALL SCORES AND OTHER SPORTS. is the only kind a real and it's the only kind care to deal in. We are our- selves and know how it feeli to have everything go just so. We sell all kinds of SPORTING GOODS fo r indoor or outdoor pastimes, Also games or every description. Jt would pay you to look over our su- perb stock. You'll surely see some- thing you'd like to have. If yon do we can make the price fit your purse The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co. PHONE 1032 412 ROUND 8T nothing' could stop the ball until it came slap, up against the nets for a second tally. Again the play became even. The MEETING AT LETHBRIDGE. President Moir has called a meeting of the intermediate lacrosse clubs at Lethbridge Tor June 1. were numerous. The S. 0. E. forced Westminsters pressed hard, got some in agaiu, and Chiswick tried a drop, j good chances, but seemed to lack the Johnston fumbled, and -Paunch' rushing j knack of taking quick advantage of in bulged the net for the first tally in} their opportunities, often times allow- tavor of the Sous. j jng their opponents to rush in on them Again the S. 0. E. rushed, Fair-! they tried tlieLf shot. The S. brotner landed. Johnston cleared, and] 0. E. again took a lead, Holberton Farmer bored in another, but to no! bunted, but Johnston saved. The effect. Back and forth went the Westminsters look advantage again each team pressing hard, the West-1 and forced the pigskin-for the whole minsters holding their own well, un-1 length of the field. Simm landed on' til the Sons got away with a fast] one; that looked it Hew high piece of work, and Farmer let drive; wu... the breezes, with such force and precision that' These three members of the New York Nationals are expected to materially aid Mugsy McGraw in his fight for the oennant.______ I By the commencement ot" the sec- jond half the fury of 'the wind had abated somewhat, and play became more tense. The S. 0. E. got a lead off, Holberton tried, but failed to land it. Goal kicks became numer- ous on either side. In a mix up-in front of Westminster's goal, three men went, down, air.l Jolmston with a left sweep swung clear of danger. Some good head w'nrk was next in- dulged in. Kelly hung there all the time with the bunting act, playing as much with his head as his feet. Fairibrother turned in a hot one from the corner that collided with the goal post and the ball coming back on tue rebound Holberton pounced up- on i: and bored in number three for the Sons. The Westminsters forced a run, Simm shot one that "bulged the nets, hut was off side in the act. As a result of a Westminster foul in home territory, Joyce took a penalty kick, but added nothing jo the score. The Westminsters continued to press hard, and many corners result- ed. Turner landed on a sure one LETHBRIDGE LEADS LEAGUE IN TEAM BATTING over 230 pounds. Johnson has dissipated more than Jeffries ever dreamed of dissipating, but he has been training hard and lighting often between times, and that makes a difference when it comes to getting fit for the next fight. Weight Troubles Fighters The weight question is still causing a good deal of wrangling between Jem i Driscoll, the English lighter and Abe (Attell, worm's champion featherweight 'boxer. If the fight goes as scheduled [it will attract a lot of attention when rthe two boys clamber into the ring on July 2. Jem is determined to win the 11 title if possible, and Abe is too clever i not to realize that he is tip against a 'stiff proposition. Driscoll looks in even better shape than when he was here last. He ha? a more rugged appearance. Apparent- jlyhe hasn't wasted time in England He'll give Attell a great fight. Dris coll is the cleverest little man in the i world marvelous I real fighter. And what's more, he's j the kind of boy who could carry thai I championship away to England with- iout causing any unpleasantness on (this side, for no fairer and cleaner i lad ever-drew on a glove. Wherever J he goes he makes new friends. Even [among the men he defeats he has no Lethbridge leads the Western Can-, ada league in team batting average, iccording to the tables recently put into circulation throughout the cir- cuit. It is curious to note that the two tail-enders, Lethbridge and Bran- don stand first and third respective- ly. Moose Jaw takes up the position between these two. The three lead- ers have a healthy margin separating them from their closest competitor. Here are the figures: Team Batting. AB K H Av Lethbridge........-'81 57 72 .2515 Moose Jaw........300 -13 75 .250 Brandon ..........372 34 SI .247 Calgary ...........334 48 1'J .236 Kegina............254 5'J .232 Medicine Hat.....273 43 til Winnipeg........ .341 45 G4 Edmonton .........31S 36 55 Chick, Lethbridge ...34 .Mclntosh, Moose Jaw.34 Carney, Calgary .....45 McDonausrh, Regina 7 Clynes, Calgary 33 Parker, Moose Jaw Ward, Edmonton Isbell, Winnipeg Zimmerman, M. H. Lohr, Winnipeg" Huffman Regina Lussie, Edmonton Hartford, Brandon Mackin, Lethbridge Davis, Moose Jaw ...32 Shaeffer, Med. Hat S Krueger, Winnipeg ..37 McCarter, Med. Hat. 25 Lechter, Regina 30 7 10 Sturgeon, Med. Hat. 33 Brown. Moose Jaw ..ll Heinrich. Brandon ..11 Grigaire, Moose 38 .31 31! 2.S .40 S .32 4 3 0 11 4 1 S l> 13 2 II .2S2 5 .278 4 10 .2K3 5 .258 U 7 .250 10 .250 .250 .240 Individual Batting AB R Edmunds, Winnipeg I Mills. Edmonton Med. Hat. LethbricSge Kegina .13 .44 .18 .27 Sage, Regina Brookins, Regina___30 3 1 1 0 Bell. Moose Jaw ____ 30 7 Baxter. Edmonton ...30 2 Murphy, Lelhbridge Woods, Brandon .15 Strandridge. Calgary ]3 Harper, Med. Hat. Collins, Regina Morse, Edmonton Earl, Brandon 7 Tallant. Calgary Id 0 3 Gordon, Med. Hat 7 1 Hooker, Kegina .....11 2 Elsey, Kegina .......30 8 Dudley, Lethbridge ..31 4 Crocker, Moose Jaw .37 10 Cox. Lethbridge .....33 5 Hurley, .Moose Jaw ..33 2 Manning. Calgary 14 2 Kodesy, Brandon -----43 5 Bennett. Med. Hat. ..2'.) Dunn, Mod. Hat .24 Page, Med. Hat......12 H 4 5 11 11 14 12 12 5 15 10 Av .571 .34 S O'Haycr. Lethbridge .32 12 Jones, Moose Jaw ...41 4 Holmc.s. Winnipeg ...41 2 Anderson, Winnipeg .23 2 Skecis, .Moose Jaw ..14 Mc.Nmt, Kegina .....24 Head, Lethbridge Connors, Calgary ....35 Paddock, Calgary 5 Grady, Edmonton 10 King, Brandon ......15 Lezie, Lethbridge Bues, Brandon 3 .231 10 .227 2 222 4 .222 (i .222 7 .21'.! .21'.) ,217 .214 bitting. Brandon ____ 37 Brennan, Edmonton .37 Piper, Winnipeg Childers, Med. Hat. S Nelson, Mod. Hat ____ S Davidson, Med. Hat ..2i; Speiser, Winnipeg Cooper, Brandon ____ 38 Brogan. Lethbridpc- .21) Gilchrist, Moose Jaw 11 O'Brien, Winnipeg ..22 Claflin. Med. Hat. Flanagan. Calgary 5 .172 1 .167 5 .167 5 -K7 5 .267 2 .164 4 4 .i.'S .115 142 .J'K from the penalty line but faiiea to keep the sphere down. Again Far- mer took a rush, making his own lead, but rallied nothing. The Westmins- ters, taking advantage of a lull in the game, came.aiong with some effective work. Farmer again shot, but John- ston playing combination with the top ot the goal, cleared effectively. The S. O, E. took a foul, Bryden bunt- ed, but the ball flew backward just grazing the goal rails. Farmer, once more took a long lead, and eluding the backs, marie sure of his aim and tal- lied one more for the Sons. Matters began to assume an air of seriousness for the boys in black and red. so, buckling down, they carried a fine rush that was well supported by their half back line, and Thompson landing with all his weight, shot the only goal that counted for the boys North Lethbridge. But the S. O. E.'s were not yet con- 130; tent, at least Farmer was not, so rush- j 1 -25 j ing a whtzzer from noar centre he I .1251 shot a hoi scratch that Johnston failed to land on, and ended the scoring for .ill J .105 2 .13 .35 .35 .20jiJDell, Edmonton j Edmonton .2001 .ind Med. Hat. .....15 .200JGoHchee, Edmonton .IS the game by making the full time siiect read -1 in favor or the Sons. Dellar, Edmonton Duggan, Calgary ..33 enemies. Papke to Meet Willie Lewis I Willie Lewis and Billy Papke will j Stanley, Calgary ....23 probably meet on the Coast, within twojKellackey, Calgary ..33 months to settle an old-time grudge. JDollstream. Brandon 40 WiiHe Lewis was one o? the party that recently came to America with Dan Lynch, ...3t) Sullivan, Brandon ...47 v 4 'i Bues, Brandon......4! 2 .333 j smith. Calgary ......41 10 ,303 Hodges, Brandon ....42 7 .303 SchuHz, Brandon ....21 10 .303 Beany, Winnipeg .'...38 12 .3iw ..12 .300 Donovan, Kegina ....33 14 Miller, Winnipeg ___11 .200 White, Edmonton Huber, Moose Jaw Grimes, Regina___. Wilson, Winnipeg Beers, Winnipeg Smith, Winnipeg Geehan, Calgary .184! Samuels, Edmonton Barnstead Rimer .21 4 .11 5 3 [i ..3 1 3 4 OKK OKfi 000 .000 .000 .000 A. Arnold as referee handled a hard game in an impartial manner. Following is the line-up of the teams. Westminsters Johnston Goal Backs Bryden Simm Elibeck Kelly Stubbs Thompson F. Simm Stafford Seaman Half-backs Forwards S. 0. E. Sumner Fa'rrls G. Firth Stephenson Chiswick H. Firth Fairbrother Holberton Farmer Joyce ;