Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
Brief and Breezy ...Tom former ColuMbui sport tof: writer, a party of three, wfcb left Detroit'yei'wrday for a mile automobile-trip around the world, i A 4 sawed off darkey, of uncertain took, all the fight out of Con O'Kelly, Tommy Ryan's white man's hope. His Hank Griffin, and he chops them down, as dexterously as. a, woods- man does a forest tree. .1. r.Pooiball "xules cannot be enforced? Tlijs is the sum and of the allegations the experts are making. "The officials'are too promi-; neat and too perniciously, active: The against pushing and "pulling, i are being wantonly violated. race, horses, valued at' were burned in the stables of theWichita and 'Southwestern Fair as- sociation.. _'; The "horses were being win- tered here after, a.-racing season on _ .th'i fair, and largest most..sue- -aui The stables, which were entirely; cessinl actings, ever held in Macleod were valued at half; in Fashion Barber Shop for the uurpose of 'for .1910-1 L There due to the burning Ox racing carts, ivaa a large crWd of ;prominent busi- A i A further loas of was LATEST NEWS THE HERALD'S IS JOHNSON ON M DECLINE Lowell, Mass., Nov. Jack son's friends that "the negro heavyweight has fought his last bat- n Enthusiastic Meeting Held There Officers Ejected- was last ni other accessories, the fire is unknown. The ori- ness men .present which., showed ifaat CALLSMEETING the. game .will, be well supported A, 'j, j ing the, coming t _ j h. Doberer was-asked .to tilt? .a. Dig-, ranch in Texas, called the -meeting u> or- he ropes cattle and has a royal. deri Ttbicb t-be following rs time, aE- winter. Why doesn't Bill j were elected Hon. .Malcoun rope: level space of that large M.P.P4 Pres., E. Uobevcrr f and practice fielding- bunts j Vice-Pres., Frank W. B. "George; j'ai- rons, J. Svrinnarton, E: P. tW. H. Jos. Hornet K.TCCU- Closkey received a telegram this morn Lucas Wires That Everything Is Fixed Up and Mteting Will be in territory Butte. Nov. "Honest John" Me- Gait, Oat, tive Committee of five, G, M. W. C. Bryan, Neil McCaig, W. ing from W.'H. Liioas, cago. riii Chi- r> v v- Ajijto-it, Ait.it, a.fi tured onet first, tnree seco'nds, and one Y. .Huusj B. [ing- Of -a' Cotters .at the Horse Show S Mad-' Tf of Wl11 De62 -58-3 "414 '548 R' 673 '679 S40 626 501 449 447 R 15 106 92 92 9 8 81 .4 58 79 34 .10 106 130 154 134 151 346 US H2 60 H H 29 196 227 1SS 16 20 1SS 15 129 168 111 22 168 .26pi .242- .236 Pct'i .387! -385; 378 524 5SS 467 541 561 413 531 ISO -6-; S7 S3 'JO 64 S3 55 S9 .-.U. 152 170 153 159 117 348 .50 oiv- 31 -30S: .306; .soi- .297; .293; .290: .289'-'.: .287- .283- .283 .283- as of the little fighters in America. But whether Digger will get on with the Chicago fighter is a. ques- tion that rests with Coulon. Stanley's weight is 116 pounds ringside. It is-, understood here that the best Cou- Jon wilj t an electric sign. Two separate words .will be formed within- each other. Those who have on white -..sweaters the- word. T-O-R-O-Nvr-O will, take off their coats, the .word will, stand 'out against- the dark suits of the others'. -will put their -'coats on, and -the ones forming Y-A-R-S-L TY--V1J1 rem6veitheir: coats, and their 'white .sweaters will cause the w.ord a; It's JD the pocket of every Do not take any chances. Better be sure than sorry. We emphasize tbe Trade Mark and silk-sewn price marie on "every genuine Semi-ready Garment because so many counterfeits are being sold -in Canada. The mark is plain and it's your-guarantee garment is a genuine, "Semi- r A.''Southard-.'