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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIIBRIDOE RA.LD Thursday, November LIKE OTHERS, FAILED TO "COME 0 BACK" TO OLD GLORY f "They can't', back." OrHy a Itrse expression with" a brief exist- trice, but how many times within the .last has it been-put'to good use! The latest attempt to prove the "come back" of no account was only another failure or Young Corbett, taat one-tinie terror the light -weight class, .ihe victim. a product of Denver, known outside as William H. Roth-j well, took upon himself to battle Wil- i lie" iJeacher at the Longacre clu-b in; JNew York, and the dismal failure is! testimony to the fact that there is-j that remains of the boxer! his way to.the top of the! OFFERS JOHNSON A BOUT IN PARIS i :.Jeanette'-ChaHenges .'for Cham- pionship Title Nov. Johnson light weight'class. it was the second time that this] former -wonder has made an effort to get bade into ring activities on a! atld Joe jeaneue, in a finish fight for j sound footing, but the last attempt; the heavy weight championship of the i eliminates all doubt as to the present- the battle to be staged in Par- j day conditions of the fighter. His in-! is. On' the night of .the Grand Prix, j irial try, after a. Ion? rest, lei; things Wnea the greatest number of sport j more or less unsettled, as it was said 'followers attracted by any event iu the with a bit more work he would bios- is annually assembled in the som out as of old. The bottom has j-Tench capital, dropped out of this notion, however.! and now it will be back among the! rest of the for Oorbett. THE HERALD'S MACK A3N'P CHANCE DRAW BIG PROFIT Athletic and Cub Leaders Rich in Pos- .session of. World'.s Goods BOTH OWN TEAM STOCK DaQ THE TURKS WON I A WALK Tig, ers Bowled Fair Gamec But Their Opponents Were Their Like House Afire Tlsis is the proposi rvetrics, manager of Joe Jeanette, the i necro who has spent several years in i trance, today put up to Johnson, act- The Denver lad probably fought on a on-e'r to him by a sya- only one reason. Ke needed oi French fight promot- money, for a long seige up and downjers the gay wnite way with a retinue of j SQ wnfl fn admirers, has left the old i tnat I am eomg to mate -t with hardly enough to ,.ve; Mith Qf m for Ms end_ wia.'iiaillir tbe terror of the alleys money gone, the old tamiliar ,08e br tow said night. Their onslaught upon have gradually a greatest ferrific and tut tne case is only a repetition ever and'tue S 01T" I and, -believe me. it will he one of the I recall a story written when Young; shows ever pulled off. too. -Corbett-bid his last goodoy to coast, just about- a year ago. He was oe :j5 IRAN A DRAW WilHATTELL i Ivans' iVrrible Turks were cer- Philadelphia; Pa., Nov. Abe Attell and Moran six .fast rounds to a 4'ILSt, the rt quintette suffered a. terrible The bowling of the Turks was re-! .markable good. There wefe 441 .neading hack east, broken in spirit as well as financially, and. in direct ,sr when he who has a show against Johnson, and opponent' from; the beH, but Moran an- xious to mix it, and at- the end ot the light there v. as lit- tle to choose- between them. (After Famous California Truce Chi- cago Ballplayer Landed Largest IEVERS MAY MANAGE: of Saiaries j nT_ T Of a11 men Playing IjN" 1911 JMack, "inan- -j. j j of tne Athletics, -who owns stock j President Fogel Makes This Announce i m the club. Frank Chance, mtinager! trent j of the Cubs, is considered far and a-] ______ way above all other active players in j "CUBS ARE ON' MARKET earnings from-basebalh- ______ ,'Is because Cuance-aiso is stockholder 'in thev Chicago club, owning.a one- tenth interest. .Prior to the season of 1900, Chance received a salary of a year, j wnich -was.augmented by his dividends York. -Novv Fogel, i and the share of one player in post- Philadelphia Club, an- i season and exhibition game receipts. Edison Phonographs AVe are .sole agents for these goods in Lethlmdge and cany "a full line of maclnnes, both two aud -four minute T. .records. CANADIAN PRICES ON EDISON Gem- Gem Combination Standard Combination Kcme...............545.00 Home Combination v'. Triur.iph Comb........573.00 .The ,Lethbridge? Sporting Goods Co, 332 412 flOUWD ST Fielder Will Manage St. Louis Brown s and Henry Davis is :io Succeed McGuire at Cleveland in New that wants points separating the winners from tne champion knows it They have the losers. Ca-pt. Evans nought half a dozen' timesf and al- 3> 'y Johnny Evers to manage the Quakers Dooin lias already hand- j ed in his resignation as manager of Philadelp-hias because Fogel has rible ones the- .star -nerfaimer asi -contrast to Conner -sears when he; .-----7 ri01e ones ine-Atar-nerwrnier 'hasn't'-always won, Jonn-[ was looked uoon as one of the sreat-i a glance at the score will oear (son knows he is nscnt there as the. 1 nF nil T- i-i ___ 1S3 pounders of them all. there! only a handful of friends down to, speed him on his way. These "few. could have The score: Tigers Desi long-distance heavy weight in itne game, with the possible exception jot Johnson himself. oeen. j to--nave Johnson's McKenzIe counted on the fingers of one nvmnrzos-' and if it'is as I j cooper, .-were all that remained despite tfle spordng for-IJ. V. McKeazie .aes suffered by .the.great little box-jward to a figllt have any) er. The rest dropped away when the floped tea aftermathf no "'matter who Sinclair lure of Corbett's ever-ready money gone, and it is an even bet that many Trho helped him go through "the 'bundles _of coin he earned have forgotten him completely now that he in want. Not that the former light "weight king is facing starvation, for he can always earn a living, but iii of the fortunes he once possess- he is now practically penniless. Chance then signed a four-year con- tract at ?7500 a year, but a. dispute ELLISON'S AIM- Spo'rtinj I wish Editor to answer cti-alfen ol Air. Muldpon that appeai'ed'in'-the Nov. ;orfl; issue. i I can stale plainly socieltes of Raymond "or sn. ITS 153 -114 j ,113 i i6Cr; B IIT F 8 OT t IN refused to sanction, the big deal with Cincinnati, and Fogel intends to ac-1 I cept it if he can secure Evers. But, jm case Ever's lands in Fogel's camp, j it is predicted that the cry of "syndi-! I cate ball" will be raised again be-1 ever of the persistent reports that he Chicago club-ovmer is in some way I connected -with the Philadelphia club, j Evers is slowly recovering from the! r, m'ut ihi'eet his arose between him and' Charley I am not wrestling for the relief phy, president ot" the club, and he an- nounced that he wouild not play with tne Cubs. A Chicago man vv-as sent to Califor- nia to, arrange a true? between Chance of the conditions terms (in challenge) '-'in within 30- -days -.for SJtOQ; to., to taJte" Mufctoon, all you have got to do the date. agree- ment e deal "raised or continued in Cardston any same- But dwdends on j Mr. Muidoon, lets rertieor honor fiis one-tenth interest Chanct, earns i ani 'love. of the, game -and p Many school children suffer "from constipation, which is often the cause of seeming stupidity at lessons. Cham- j berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets .are an ideal medicine, to sive a child, i sioore for they are mild and gentle in their, iuavies effect, and will cure even chronic con- inclines stipation. Sold "by all druggists. Braithwaite rolled Our Brewniaster Says To Us: "You need not hesitate to recommend ALBERTA'S PRIDE as one of the very finest beers'on the market today. "I have been brewing beer for twenty years now and never be- fore have I turned out a pronuct with which I was so well satisfied as I am -with LETEBRIDGE hear. "With such remarkably fine water as this brewery uses, with' the best barley and hops I ever saw, we are enabled to produce a beer of which I am exceedingly proud." Drink Alberta's PnJe If you use beer at home get a sample case. You'll like it. "We believe you'll say it's the best beer you drank- Tke Letkbndge Brewing and Malting Co. Limited [Quinn May, be-President of [injury to his log, and may never be jabie to play up to his former standard. Joh'hson for Ottawas i But he knows baseball, and seems {cut. out for the. ii'ianagenient of a big league team. Jlurrshy has been sd- Ottawa, Xov. officer qf by Frank chance to make radi- awa Hockty club, who has assist-'C2l Uhe CutSt and for that ed witn che-iormailon and destruction '-reason it is believed that addition big leagues of late, -saysfto Bvers, Brown and Kins, Steiafeldt. of many that tne between and a" year pro- bably ,a year on an average, Because of the National commis- sion decision in his case, sentencing aim to. play for- his. contract- salary, -it is knovvn that Johnny Kling signed a three-year contract for .54500.-.: To tais, of course, -must he added', what the .players get from the post-season ui-s ui gvers, Brown and Steinieldt. "om L -the National; yCecKard and Realbacli are on the series- whea for the coming: market. If Grimtll shouid refuse to 515UO or extra. public that, a on, job respectfully, eason'has already Tjeen settled. ood tieol of correspondence, it played, runs .TO fay Brown, Over- A'give up Grant, Fogei, it is said, might ail. TinKer and Erers-probably, receive the Cubs, which iss third mounts varying. from S4000 to Promises to-'. Help -5 Yorl-c. Nov. tiia Fred Clarke, of tlis world's- cham- er] orts of Jac'lc' IJoyTe.- -'Mai'rice Jed to order. everything will -in eantime have "o'een "cut and dried, i Ottawa 'will, of course, be a jaiso the Tv'aiiierer, Shamrock and Na-i would mmn clubs.of Montreal, and theQue- i HD (bee -_.- PHONE 554 y.that figure -Ty Cobb of Detroit, is reported' to receive is net talking a Proably-scaie salt can if the chance' !s De on iilis estimate also. inagnates recently I'offered, "he several chanses.' The-average player of' j wrote -to officers of the Ottawa and j waea the Aineiicin T.eag-Je club on a winning club considers jKenfre-sv cluns seeking support which convene Jn DeceiaDtr. it is as worth ircrn to while I one "with pretensions to being a star, estimates himself as worth, iroin 000 over three hours> "Wednesday ot opposing clubs, whicc, according that Harry" Da-.-is. tJic Athletics1 and evening Ola'Held participated in the ;r-iie .National Hockey-association rules l3aseman :most irksome cosiest of- his autoniO' i are bound to piay for -two years for! i bile career, a. race 1'or-the club to which they belonged last tempted to build the "mer; trlio "are noV ing'tfae inipetns to. the of billiards are "p'rbgfessing Trliicn' can Merchant -Not Allowed to I ter Atlanta Races ito the and lie year unless released. Haileybury and ?lost. cobalt magnates talk of rejoining, but i Attoraevs for tne. American Auio-jtnev are lifceiyio be.left out in the :mobile AssociationTiield that clubs oppose the ad-j' berth witli the Cleveland club, in the place of Jim McGuirs.. formation iliard league, and j schedule, founded along" the "lines of a on'the clubillst of dstes i sional baseball circuit are-steps' in'the u JV c j right direction." The fact that eight o'f But the life of the ball player .is! snort. Club owners with -winning! to depending his ability. entered this legal contest make ot" car. that with mission of another Ottawa team, and) In the Eastern League, it is report- a that Providence and Jersey City Wm. J.j largest cities iii -the''east'and west united in this con- reams are raking in enormous profits.! ana of sentiment' there is little. It is jretty safe to say that the play- ers earn all thev get. sg pl.QOf thar tte prpject tabiishing intcres't in billiards "iuni'ped reality -with" j'it this account St. Patrick's may be i -vmphy as manager. Murphy man-. The old, old story, told times with-1 LouiSj Chicago.-" 3i !aM" of these clubs with marked j --ut number and over and phia> Boston> Brooklyu'and'New'York. again for the last 36 years, but it j a. sccry to those in is nothing in success before he became tbe handler >Jmmett Quinn is menuon- Citv, managed Tk, Alberta Railway ana Irrigation Co. I had jthe of an injunction to force the local f I ing association to allow him to race j "i'n !in defiance of the his preside by the American Automobile Associa-; tion. he should nave used a mandarausj secure reinstatement. Oidt'ield's attorney, however, fixed 15la-vers- up 3. consolation event for him. in thej The Nationals are likely to have Collins mi J-ckRyan respect- jsnaije of a suit for last years Le's Canadien team -and not corui ur- to ex] iagainst the. American Automobile As-j Quebec will trot out their old anring the canmaisn." !sociation. and one for against i including Chubby and Rocket! ._ the Atlanta Automobile. Association. J fower, Paddy Moran- Horgan and Me- i His prayer for damages "in 'this amount j fonald. Shamrocks and Wanderers was presented along with the -injunc-1 are sure to have a nierry fight for tion proceedings. i players. Small and others who The hearing was before Judge Geo.j played for Haileybury being on the! San Francisco, Nov. U Bell in the Fulton County Superior i market. Herb Clarke may go to one! Battling Nelson 15 given a chance to Court. Oldfield's attorneys claimed; of the -Montreal clubs. Those who i regain his lost championship title tnat he had been qisciualined by tSe j played for Pat Wanderers in j American Automobile Association j will be regarded as the property 1 bound as a starter.' The league includes "Kansas City, ;kly stops colds; heals; throat 3.nci tauss. .7., expectations A re tli< onermg for sale cheapest lots on the market i 0 each situated north of the track The Alberta Ry. and Irrigation Co. DURABLE DANE'S CHANCE DEPENOS'ON HIS SHOWING witnout a hearing, and that the dfs-iof the new Wanderer club, qualification of his 200 horse-power Benz racer amounted to confiscation, -Not long ago a London preacher m- from Ad. or not will depend largely upon the. slio.vriEg hs makes against Owen Moran in their match before Jim Coffroth's Club this month. A telegram from Wolgast has beer, received by Promoter Lo.uis Blot that Big Success of property, because as z. racer it was, worth while, if not aul-ed in bit.of sai-casm over, as. race, it was only worth smaU collection. And he dm it ve-1 Blot Blot declarsd todav argued that his race with .Tack Jolm-i17 a preface to hlS that if Moran won from the Battler he son was justifiable, because it..would tend to discourage Johnson from fut- ure competition -with white sportsmen. Tbe opposition replied that Old- iield's disbarment was automatic, un- der the rules he himself had signed, both against himself and his car, and they produced affidavits stating that Oldfield told officials of the American Automobile Association that he .would disregard the rules on account of the money he -expected ro make in the race "with Jolinson. This case, they sald, was an attempt by Oldfield to show that he is bigger than the A. A. A. on the following Sunday. he said, "our collection last Sunday was a very small one. U'nen I looked at the congregation I said to myself. Where are the poor? .But when I looked at the collection The very young travelling salesman was registering at the village hotel. "I want a room with running water I in be remarked. the land- lord; do you want to do, indoor trout "we counted it, I exclaimed, Wnere are the be given the preference. Local fight fans pick Xelson to win. although advance indications are that the bet- ting will be at about even. .Majestic Theatre TOO1 SMALL POLE FAILED TO THROW ROLLER -NIGH 1 Verna Felton and v The Allen will present a screaming farce cornedy "entitled. Pjttsburg, Nov. Pol- ish "wrestler, attempted to throw Dr. B. F. Roller, of Seattle twice within an hour last night, but was unable to score one. The Seattle phy- sician kept the Pole on the' de- fensive half the time and es- caped, from the best that Zbysco could it was a fast vicious 'bout, which kept the crowd on the qm vive. Friday night Alexandra Dumas' immortaJ Grama Prices 25c, j; Tickcts'bn Sale at Red, Cross Drug' Sft ;