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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LE7HBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1909. SPORTS AND AMUSEMENTS Judges Give Race To Knowlton (Special News Service, The Herald.) Frank, Alta.. Nov. mix-up over the Thanksgiving Day Marathon j race at Coleman, arising from the j fact that J. Knowlton, the Indian.' was p rotes ted as a professional, has at last been settled and the final de- cision of the judges awarded, giving! the.race to Knou'lton. As has been previously stated, the other entrants in the race protested Knowlton on the ground'of profession alism before the race run, but the Indian ran and won from Andrew had become professional since Sep- tember, J.908, the judges have render- ed a decision giving Knowlton the race and Miller second. Bels.-the paying of which was ordered held in i abeyance in the meantime, will be paid in accordance with this decision. BOWLING MATCH Tonight at seven o'clock at the Ar- j cade Alleys a strong combination j formed from Brown's Busters, the! Klu Klux Klan and the Gimme Gand will lock horns with the Press Club j in a bowling contest. The Press is j anxious to retrieve the defeat suffered at the hands of the Klu Klux Klan last Friday evening and will be ID j the game to win from the start. The tue inuiaii inn auu uuu num Miller of Blairniore bv 39 seconds, combined lorces are equally anxious The judges, 0. E. S. Whiteside, of' from the mdomitaWe Coleman and Mark Drumni of Frank ilcs-_________.______, incumbent upon them to enter- tain'..: the protest, as in support of it. j affidavits were filed in which it was AN EXPLANATION charged that on June 1.8th, 190S, .the Indian ran for money and in profes- sional company. Following the fil- ing .of these affidavits, the judges re- served decision until the matter could It appears that in the light of later developments with regard to the Ma- rathon race at Coleman recently, that certain statements made in the Her- ald through one of its correspondents j i T r be passed upon by the Alberta the, Pass., with regard to Mr., J.. J tpur. .Tester-' Upton of Piichcr Creek and his as- day-a letter was received from Sec- sociation with the 'race.were incorrect retary Ballantyne of the Association land unfounded. advising that 'the: Alberta Amateur! The Herald regrets that these state Athletic Association not organ- j ments against the character of Mr. ized- until September first, 190S, aad j Upton appeared-and .takes the first that on that date all athletes in the I portunity after coming into-full pos- province were declared amateur. As session of the facts to vindicate him no showing was made -that Knowlton i of the accusations made. A GOOD MAN HOLDING AN IM- PORTANT-POSITION C. J. ECKSTORM Ri-ceiiily chosen president of Western Canada Baseball. League for 1910.. His knowltrvlgti of the ganif and high regard for the square deal fits him admirably for tht hv-ad of this or-, saniaztion. fjt STORY OF CANADIAN BOAT BUSTED >ssiol one >f his own clubs, the Royal Ulster or Royal Irish Yacht Club, and not to favor some Canadian club. Besides, the deed of gift requires that the challenger must be built in the coun- try .from which the challenge is is- x Reason Why If a Canadian built boat should win: the cup the next races would have to be sailed in Canadian wa- ters. The whole thing was imprac- ticable. For th? same reasons the boat could not be built in the United States. If the Racing Committee of the :Kew York Yacht Club agrees with Sir Thomas Lipton's ideas the race can be .arranged immediately, this he hopes, for. Sir Thomas simply asks for fair treatment. Have Race Anyway "For the sake of .international sport. I lose, let's have a race. It is now six years the last international race, .and in 'this long period there been opportun- ity for any other cfmntry to come along and challenge" for the famous trophy. No other country- has come along. I want for the snke-of the sport to the arena.; and make one-more bid for the blue ribbon of the ocean." Bids For the Big Fight 1 Chicago, Nov. G-leason, pre sident of the San Francisco baseball club, in the Pacific Coast league, and a man -widely kaOwn in the world, passed through Chicago yester J route to .New York, he goes to land the Jef-j fries-Johnson heavyweight champion- ship battle. Although Gleason remained in Chi- cago but a few hours, he announced j that he is prepared to outbid his San j Francisco rival. James W. Coffroth, for the fight. He further announced that he is prepared to erect an arena j just on the outskirts of San Francis- co in which to stage the contest with I s seating capacity of persons. "According to the articles of agree- ment for the said Gleason. "the men will fight 45 or more rounds. The laws of San Francisco permit only twenty-five round bouts, but it will be necessary to stage the battle outside the country. There- fore I have planned to build an arena at Ocean V-iew, which is only a 35- minute street car ride from 'Frisco. I have the tacking to carry out the proposition, and will surely lead Mr. Coffroth a merry chase to secure the contest. i SPOKANE SPORTS I WANT BIG FIGHT Spokane, Wash., Nov. Bill- iard, (Wash.) Athletic Association, through its president, Jesse J. Jones yesterday sent a telegram to Sam Bcrger, manager of James J. Jeffries offering, to post if he hold, the Jeffries-Johnson fight here. The Association has deposited ten per cent, in the First National Bank at Hilliard. which is five miles north of Spokane. I 4c I I J JOHN L. WANTS TO REFEREE John L. Sullivan has telegraphed Calgary "professional baseball club di- from Chicago saying that he would CALGARY BASEBALL Calgary, Npv. A meeting of the rectors will be held at the end of this referee the Jeftries- Johnson fight for the purpose of straighten- without charging a cent and would ins tup last season's business and guarantee the American publican discussing arrangements for next year honest and fearless decision. x _ I I 1 v iggi V -fr I IE Vv. i fcitt iUJ I I 1- L I a ;'ii vnP f i: U i k V HATS AND CAPS IB soft and stiff, in all the new Jt' all and Winter shapes and colors. Prices up to CAPS _ English golf styles, all w.obl material, fur in bands ;and knit bands, in fancy and plain colors. men's Winter'' Caps, at Men's Heavy. Etoff Pants. A wonderful bargain. Regular Moving sale 'price c. Men's'Heavy Oxford 'double and twisicd- pure made In Truro: Regular Moving sale price SHIRTS Another consignment of those wonderful shirts to hand. Scotch Zepliers and coat fineness shirts, with cuffs'attached. A regular 50 shirt. ;Moving sale price. i Heavy the line we are giving away for ..'.......65C Flannel. A regular Moving sale price OMDERWEAR Men's Heavy AVool regular Toe quality. -All sizesK34 to- 44. Moving Sale price -_- Men's Heavy Grey Wool Fleece. A 'regular OOc. Moving sale price .603 Heavy. Ribbed-Silk Sale price ..65c Red Label. All ..Nloviirg Sale price 'Stanfield's Blue Label. All Moving Sale price Stanfield's Black Label. All sizes. Moving Sale, price Stanfield's .-Finest Quality Made. Regr.lar Moving Sale price X at moving.sale prices. ike lines nre clearing out at A Marvellous Bargains just to hand in BOYS' SUITS 165 Boys'Suits, all snappy with knicker pants same as cut, regular suits, moving sale price Young Men's Military Collar Overcoats just to hand, sizes 28 to 35. Dark wool, shadow stripe, beaver cloth, silk serge lined, mohair sleeve lining. A reg- x ular moving sale price 5 Boys' wool fleece lined, sizes 20 to 32, regular 50c quality, moving sale price 35C Boys' Wool Underwear, sizes 22 to 32, regular 65c quality, moving sale price 40C SAMPLE OVERCOATS 58 SNAPPY OVERCOATS JUST TO HAND TODAY 34 to 44 JN ALL WOOL CHESTERFIELD AND MILITAEJ A Regular Moving saleUL A Reg. Moving Sale 8.00 A Reg. Moving sale A Reg. M'oving Sale IN FUR-LINED OVERCOATS WE LEAD TE3E WORLD, SEE OUR COAT AT AN ALL WOOL BEAYER SHELL, MUSK RAT LINED, CANADIAN OTTER .COLLAR. WORTH AT LEAST 30TER CENT MORE THAN .WE ASK. ALSO AT AND ALL WE ASK IS TO DROP IN AND SEE. Black Bear Coats" at Brown Buffalo, at IN COON-SEE OUR -SSflit v, Ak ALL OUR HIGH GRADE SUITS CUT TO THE BONE- SUITS FROM TO MOVING SALE SUITS OF QUALITY ARE THE ONLY KIND YOU CAN BUY AT McLEOD BROS. WE ONLY BUY CLOTHING THAT WE CONMBBNTEY BADE WITH.A GUARANTEE MONEY REFUNDED IF NOT SATISFIED. THAT IS HOW WE .BUILT UP OUR THE BIGGEST IN THE GREAT WEST. SUITS AT UP TO The Great Clothiers of The Great West CLOTHING WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 317 CRABB STREET .7' i GARY Our Present Store to Rent: Possession on Nov. 15 LETHBRIDGE ;