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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta HOBHtt! WHISKYASfYOU rur S FRIENDS in your choice of than yoti are'in; your-choice of friends (ADDITIONAL) to if ypu call'and: see -some- othe _ __.. wood V-ular price; 1 I T V; Chicago, Oct. ;who have just been decisively beater by the Athletics are the highest paid baseball players in the game. There is only one 'other club in eith er league.that receives smaller salar- ies than the.Athletics. It's one'-of'the'funny situations oj 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 -ing an aggregate salary of T i'ear. Mack picked "these were unknown to the baseball .any were willing rto accept whatever he would :gladly offer. He developed them into stars, their contracts didn't develop them. The paid a total wage of a. year, lor their work, and only-six .months. They art players ir in. I .for v Complete. .c .H11? .-PSaffS.--. -----of money tati club paysKahnualiy in salaries, only the -s'alajies'Vot actual players being They are guaranteed cor- 'National.. 'ft r. jiiectoivl connection )Ted Alberta i'. :f 5 -.f -.j vr -is7 j j 1H. dlld il-loxn. cleared at per steel'striPs- A very strong and 75fOOt 70..GOC 70.00C If the to, the away ''second- round.' Dearly aMMoE." victories, w victories, were Sue" the .jaw on nlj'jr, >.i _- s Endless feet long 8 shafts; Price Fou removable "rear green tripple springs, fit- ted with pole. Rear, price Educed' to HAD A JSPUIE PicH others :his Banner ,4 of "the" oft pJexu the fatal count.., Before-this' Corbett- had ou'tbosed Fitzsimmons with re- markable easei Champion were terrific hpok Demon' and pulled enough 10' niiss" I had out of .harms way after side this tha Star Fighters UAAJO "W'SiliOT) knocliedlvJohnsbn down in 'tho: last rounr and praised" a lump, -bh jaw in one of 'iinds..- 'KPetchel's orvio to the tne tP .l sty-le was -the battle-'was-over" Going--back through pugilistic''- "his-: -tory it will be found-that many instances of fighters "who1 pended wnoliy. upon one punch, delivered'-at the, crucial ment. Sii'ty years ago, To'nrHy, of from the shoulcfer. punch-ea like a. battering ram VVJLH either hand, "and in that way he-Veai clown.' the famous Yankee.-.aulliyan, who was one of the trickiest figSters that ever toed the Jonn L. was- a right-hand swing r forJJthe ppint of the OUT r .usually with the loft hand.. to ,brushM aside his antago- nist's terrific wasn't (By Jack ..ay; exciting; jalnf fy- wfej-; r; will of grea.t contest" I Tvill leave it to the reader as to wheher the incident was exciting or painful. yc'-grave: September 30, 1904. Joe Ga'aS iaijd. I carry night of infold. Wood- and Joe the third r man in 'the ;i'ing, as every- one on'e of the -grEBj'dest l4astr it tJs e i. "Cliristmas a Five YearOid, Makes'a Re- cord at Newmarket Oct. Daisy" riarry- 2_ {o handicap todaytj-Mus, eing_v second, i and out sale-is a winner aiad 'y yon to get sqrne; of.iKe closing ____ t> -r. being f; We" a-cei'gor priced cut no figure. The stock has to be sold. Come an.d look over our stock, you will oe convinced. .3- Successors to the Jbbbing much 'but 'jtb'Q just: bored b.ull and beat His do-W "by Win strength: A- man who >was clever enough to avoid hand 100 to feM tad iim guessing. Charley MitcV'l'L at I numbered- S? a correct line on .Tohn.-'L.'s ja .continually engaging i en lot bcina; Rhodora most effective smash, fierce which generally ter- j Land League. stood %him off.'for 3ii rounds at the'mmaced in dodging and ducking" for me to prv verv'l DrifosUil big fellow's sledgehammer swings with In between a pair of TI irml-oH T T____, Jdra JJ-r tfacaelors L.harm The Ha Jim 'Corbett's science -and agility made Sullivan hit-nothing-but air with .his famous knockout blow at New Or, In fact, SiHivan's lack of box- ing skill in. that'memorable battle was the cause of his downfall. He had just one puncn, the nigfy swing for. the .-jaw, and Corbett knew, how to avoid it. Corbel's best blow was a cut- ,ting left, which he drove i.nto the face with great rapidity; but he" did- riot have enough power behind it to inflict m.uoh harm. He chopped Sullivan tc pieces with those left jabs, and also dropped the .ancient Mitchell with them a: Jacksonville.. In his battles with' Sharkey, Jeffries .and McCoy. Corbett used the left for many clean- cut .ponts, but, he never had these men in trouble and was simply.a boxer, ncn a fighter. Corbett.'used on' the defense-a .greater of "the lime, and whenever he landed a blow, w-ith' M there -was little or no steam behind it A-snappy-left-hand wallop was'jacft mainstay. The.way Oie met .rushing sluggers with his-left was well .worth seeing. Dempsey had a good right hand, could do a lot, of damage with it, but in pTaeticallyal'J let his-important fights he user-his left'' ,-wi'th effect- Joe former -light- .weight champion, had; a-great right- ihand' hook which' made him- 'but at that he was a wonderful two handed fighter. He was one of the .Quickest -thinkers that ever stood in tne ring. When Dal Hawkins, in their first encounter, put Gans down with a left-baud smash it looked as one to reto-mmeaa PRIDE on f of twenty- years now and never bV which. I so well- satisfied beer. as this, rer with as this, with the best barley and hops-T evcrisaw, we are. enabled- to- produce beer of which I am exceedingly If you use a'sample'll say it'rt' You'll rrrj T 11 'T ine Leth bridge Malting Co. Limited ;