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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta ...v-, To sell to if .gaiiis" wft.are ac ;someof c., J ThVow Disc ivide disc -wood Eeg- nlar price .-roliino; colter C3 extra sliare. v- %1< .A "V. 7w A Ang iij. "CHOOSE YOUR W' S be Iess" Particular in your choice of 'S g vy than you are-in your-choice of friends? Chicago- Cabs have just been decisively beater the Athletics are the highest paid baseball players in the game. There is only one other club in eitk es receives smaller salar- ies than the. Athletics. '-v It's one'-of'the funny situations baseball. Here's a team of youngsters' which comes along, wallops the great- est baseball machine in the-'world, and its twenty-three members" are receiv- ing an aggregate..salary of T year, Mack pickedl these youngsters up "whep...they were unknown to the -any othe.iv" "were willing'T-to 'accept whatever would gladly offer. He. developed them into stars, but their contracts didn't develop them. The Cubs are' paid a total wage "of a, .year, for .their work. they :work -only -six highest' paid the world. __ -Here's- -of money each club paysj.vannually in salaries, only the players being They are guaranteed cor- is _ Its lagers.guaranteed- .6y'l.t l.Ol r for .their -work. and t1" to the iawivfcM..: _ .were- freed 34 cleared at. per lb in. and f-ySt. Detroit ___ New York J. Boston Cleveland Chicago St. Louis Pniladeiphia Washington the .jaw Mah'er; enough.. sniss' on i ------.not had time, out of :harm's way after He Hail i 1, -aimost .la't" -CarsoijLCity_-.i-FStz American 70.00C 60.00C C HAD A JPRITE HUM jvehtor "of "the' Oft- tie fatal Before: w had ou-tboxed Fitzsimmons; with markable ease. re- 'f side i Champion i j a 'afift this, wallop down in 'the last _ t "AJ. AAJL LjitJ ISfOi and ..raised" a lump.-fa tfee' in nno of 6 in. x steel strips. A very strong- arid 1 1 8 each feet Ions; 5-ply 8 -L -i. uiX j_ ixj. shafts: -Price; removable 'rear green tripple springs, fit- ted with pole. Reg. price 'reduced" out sale-is a winner ani you" will to get .sotoe" "of closing Star Fighters Pne Part back ou puglisdcs- -tory be found-that 'OUT 1 y instances of lighters "whbs When, tiie round'-I-was smi managed stall tnrough. rentil tac'e that's-'. 'i will that grea.t contest "grave. of ieare it to the wheher the incident was exciting or painful. n If" either iiand, "and in that way "but I who was one of the that ever toed the John L. was a 'right-hand swing, point of the with the IT on ft V _ T. just: bored tactics, but b.ull and beat' his opponents, down strength: A'-man who jyas-- clever -enough to September 30, 1904. infold Wood- Joe Gaa's' and Joe and. I the third man- in 'the.-rtng; The; fettle, as one who -saw- it one of __- luv, it was thV hardest T-ev-er' refftrperT YearOId, Makes V Re- cord at Newmarket.... Newmarket, -England, Oct. Daisv" carn-- JS io "handicap ?ot 1-mile., and-j.-ftjrrlong Mus- I 'being, and Halchon, 100 to field at numbered bean on Inl, hp.ino- 4 7 IDriCGS cut no figure. The. stock has to be sold. Come and look over our stock, you will oe convinced. jjnljii JlJi !i avoid Sullivan's''right hand frey also balked Sullivan's attack this way for six rounds, and Kilrain -i- Successors to the- Northwest Jbbbing Company if ..ikj iui 01A luuuusj, ana iMirain with similar tactics, stayed 75 ro.unds Jim 'Corbett's science -and agility siade Sullivan hit-nothing but air with h'is famous knockout' blow at New On In fact, Siliivan's lack of box- ang skill in. that'memorable battle .was the cause of his downfall. He had just one the "high swing for. the ,-jaw. and Corbett knew, how to avoid it, Corbett's best blow was a cut- .ting left, which he drove into tb'e face with great rapidity; but he" did-riot have enough power behind it to inflict nxueh harm. He chopped Sullivan tc pieces with those left jabs, arid also dropped the .ancient Mitchell them a: Jacksonville.. Tn his battles wirli Sharkey. Jeffries and McCoy. Corbett used the left for many clean- cut .ponts, but .he. never had these men j in trouble and was. simply.a boxer, no: I a fighter. Corbett, used his right on the defense a greater.part of'the time. and whenever he landed a blow, with k there .was little or no -steam behind it A snappy left-hand wallop was Dempseyls mainstay.. met rushing sluggers with his -left was .well worth seeing, Dempsey bad a good i right hand, could do a lot of damage with it. but in practically ar- of his-important fights he user Ifis left ,-vfhli effect.-' Joe G-ans; former -light- weight champion, had a-great right- hand- hook which' made him' at that he was a wonderful two' (handed fighter. He was one of tlir 'quickest 'thinkers that ever stood in the ring. When Dal Hawkins, in then- first encounter, put Cans down with left-hand smash it looked as one of to on ihe.niarket'tQday. foi twenty-years now and never' -W so beer: fine; waW. aa thia, with the best barley and hops.i we are- enabled. to- produce, a beer pr which exceedingly Tf you use a sample it believe-you'll say. e Letli bridge C? Malting Co. Limited PHONE 554 ;