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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGt DAILY HERALD, FRI PAY. OCTOBER it. SPORTS JOHNSON EAGER TO SIGN ARTICLES York, Oct. am glad to get to New York. I have come all the way from San Francisco to meet Mr.''.Jeffries and sign articles for our battle and I am willing to make the match under any fair said Jack'Johnson, the big negro heavyweight as he disembarked from the Twentieth Century Limited at the Grand Central Station to-day. There was a big crowd on hand, in- cluding many of his dusky friends to welcome Jeffries' rival. Johnson had some difficulty in getting through the crowd which gathered along the station platform and crowded and cheered the -dusky champion. Johnson grinned from ear to car as Here's Your New Collar! BEDFORD FAMOUS CASTLE for 50c. 4 4? 4 4 4 4? At 2 for 25c. you can buy this shape in Elk Brand named kiwi' Ball Team Back From Japan Victoria, B. C., Oct. 27.-The Wis- the crowd gathered aroind and shook I consiu University Baseball team, six- liira by the hand and asked him about J tmi in charge of Dr. Chas. the--fight with Jeffries. McCarthy, Slate Legislative librari- "I hope to meet Jeffries at once. for Wisconsin, and lecturer at the the sooner the said Johnson. University, returned by the steamer "I never felt better except the boil j Tango' Maru to-day after playing a on my cheek bothers me some. I 'series of nine games covering a. weigh about 205 pounds- How did Ruth's stay in Japan. Five I get that boil? I guess" I have been won. In the. first of the series living too with Keio University at the of the coming match with JMitc- grounds in Tokio, Wisconsin lost Jeffries, Johnson displayed an evident'On account of mis-interpretation desire to have the articles signed ground rules. The first was fie- right away and the whole negotia- j ven inning game, resulting three to turns for "the contest concluded. jtwo in favor of Keio; the second.? "George Little, my manager, will nineteen innings, being the record: for j see Sam said JohnsonJ'and length or game in Japan, resulting arrange for a meeting. Of course I !two to one in favor of the Japanese, shall be at the meeting for Jeffries, lit would have ended in nine innings and I can do more in five minutes to 'in favor had Umpire settle this matter than all the go-be- Nakano not disallowed the bases tweens can do in a day. Agreed upon for blocks, and passed "I-am ready to abide by the con- balls. In the third game with-Keio. ditions that I entered into with Ber- Wisconsin was off: losing by five to j ger- in Chicago, except that I shall four. In the last with Keio the bad- j ask for a winner's and loser's dm- gers shut out the Tokio team the purse." :eight to nothing. three_ srames Johnson was dressed in rather quiet played with Waseda University, Wis- fashipn, except for a large sparkling consin won two and lost one, -the um- genvin his necktie. ,pire also being considered a strong Jeffries was delighted when he'factor in favor of the Japanese. The heard that Johnson had arrived from other two games played were, with, Chicago and said that he was readr: Tokio Japanese formed ot each...place at anv time to arrange terms. The of the Universities won, by the Wis-} ex-maker of boilers put in sometime consin, eight to seven ana with an this-rmorning at -gymnasium work. American nine of Tokio, which Wis- George Little went at once to the cunsm won by ten to nothing. me, hotel where Jeffries ,and his manager. Americans were old college men _ Sam Berger, are staving, hut was in- The Wisconsin team was entertain-1 formed that the former champion and ed profusely, their -sportsmanlike con- Berger were out- Little, expressed duct meeting- with -much apprecia- surprise that Jeffries should not have tion. Count Okuma, the Sage remained to meet him knowing that Mito entertained the team makang a Johnson and Little would arrive to- proceeding by shaking hands with all tne party. There was a round ot en- have cancelled five weeks of' tertainments, including theatrical said Little. American Charge D Affairs Jay. Bar- otme here fix up this fight, 'I on Goto, Minister of bave left a note for Berger saying tions President Komado, of Keio that Johnson and I will remain at and others. our hotel all day to make a match. Gemmasin, the wizzard of hot wa-, HA.S to the which I put up ter, .who boils water on hantts some time ago as a guarantee that walks up ladders ot swords, etc.. ma Johnson would am willing to Ms unique stunts for the basebalers bet it at even money that Johnson at K-cio, and at the conclusion of the wins and further, I will wager Tokio round of banquets, the players 000 rnore at the prevailing ring side were taken to Nikko to view uc tern- odds that Jeffries is defeated. pies as guests or he Japanese. The "I understand that Jeffries are all well and in soodspir-j Contemptuously of the pictures of the its. t 1 Johnson-Ketchell fight and that'he 4c I 4e I t 4e 4c 4- 4 4 4 4 4 4r 4 said it was a boii bcU'een a Wash- piwoman and a boxer. If Jeffries think? Ketchell fights like a washer- Woman, let him fight him. Ketchell has terrible right han-d." Jim Jeffries said he would be rea- dy to meet Johnson and his manager tomorrow and fix the matter up. The big fellow was found in a local gym- nasium, and was told Johnson had reached the city. Well, we can get together tomorrow said Jeffries. The match can be fixed up quickly and Johnson can get away on a night train for the west. "Berger has instructions to arrange the meeting Tomorrow. If I don't knock that black man I don't want any more show! "Why that picture show of Ketchell and Johnson up. The idea of the nc- and Johnson shows Johnson up. The idea of the negro taking on a light weight like Jeffries then returned to work on the. medicine ball. THEY BOWL TONIGHT i This evening at 7 o'clock the Press and the Klu Klux Klan will meet at I the- Arcade Bowling alleys to do bat- j tie. The Press will have their strong j est players on and the Klanmen will j be represented with the best procur-' able- MR. HERMAN DYING OF STONE IH THE BLADDER Gin Pills passed the Stone SAYS STATEMENT WAS FALSE To ;tbe Editor Let-hbridge Herald Bear correct statement in your paper ot" yesterday to the af- fect that Miller, of Blairmore, gets Coleman Miner cup. The whole article is entirely false. James Knowlton is a bona-Sda amateur and I hold a certificate from the Coleman Miner that, he is the recognized winner of the race. Copy of certificate is as follows Coteraan, Alto-, Oct. 25, 1909. To whom it may concern, that! James Knowlton finished first in the Coleman Miner race. (Sgd.) Coleman Miner, Per F. Brandon. The cup will be forwarded to Pinch- er Creek Saturday night. Yours truly, -T, Upton, 513 James St., Hamilton. "Four years I was taken down with what the doctors called Inflamma- tion of the pains in tr- back and loins, great pain and difficulty in urinating. The pain was greatest in the region of the bladder, and the attacks, which became more frequent, amounted to unbearable agony, and I became so weak that I could not walk across the floor. Doctors could do nothing to help j me. My wife read in the paper about Gin Pills artd sent for a box. From the very first I felt that Gin Pills j were doing n-.e good. Tbe pain was j relieved at once, and the attacks were less frequent, lu six weeks the Stone in the Bladder came away and the pain j stopped entirely. I have bad no return of I the trouble and have not lost a day's work on account of it, I cannot expres? myself strong enough when I speak ot hat Gin Pills have done for me. When 1 remember how I suffered, and how now I am healthy and well and strong and able to do a full day's work, I feel I should speak and tell other sufferers of my ex- perience and of the wonderful merits of Gin Pills." JOHN HERMAN. You don't have to buy Gin Pills to test them. Simply write Tbe National Drug Cbemical Co. DeptAD Toronto, ant! a free sample will be sent you by return mail. When you have used the sample and feel that at last you have found the remedy that will do you buy Gin Pills at. your a box, 6 for Remember, please, that Gin Pills aresold on a positive guarantee of a cure or your money back. And this guarantee is backed by the largest wholesale drug house in Canada, who will take your unsupported "word if you want Marvellous Bargains just to hand in BOYS1 SUITS HATS AND CAPS in ,oft and stiff, in all the new Pall and-Winter shapes and colors, prices......... up to golf styles, all wool, material, fur in handstand knit in fancy and plain men's "Winter Caps at 75C Heavy Etoff Pants. A wonderful bargain. Regular _itu J-..C j .Moving sale price ........------------......._............. Men's Heavy Oxford double and twisted, pure wool; made in N. S. Reo-ular Moving sale price Bother large consignment, oi those wonderful shirts to hand Scotch Zcphers and English Percale; coat fine dress shirts, wxth ttached. A regular S: 50 shirt. Moving sale pnce. Heavy Shirts-See the line we are giving away for .........856 Blue Flannel. A regular Moving sale UNDERWEAR r Wool regular T5c quality. All sizes 34 Men's Heavy to 44, Moving Sale price .40c Men's Heavy brey price 7 Wool Fleece. A regular 90c- Moving sale ...........60c Heavy Ribbed Silk Fleece. Moving Sale ,.65c Red Label. All sixes. Moving Sale .price Stanfield's. Blue Latel. All sizes. Moving Sale Stanford's Black L.bel- All sizes. Moving Sale Stanfield's Finest Quality Made. Hegular Moving Sale price at moving sale prices. the lines we are clearing out at 165 Boys' Suits, all snappy with knicker pants same as cut, regular suits, moving sale price Jj 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- ular moving sale price t D Boys' Underwear, wool fleece lined, sizes 20 to 32, regular 50c quality, moving sale price Boys' Wool Underwear, sizes 22 to 32, regular 65c quality, moving sale price 58 SNAPPY OVERCOATS JUST TO HAND TODAY 34 to'44 IN ALL WOOL CHESTERFIELD AND MILITARY A Regular saleTJL A Reg. Sale 8.00 A Reg. sale A Reg.. Sale IN FUR-LINED OVERCOATS WE LEAD THE WORLD. SEE OUR COAT WE OFFER AT AN AJ.L WOOL BEAYER SHELL, MUSK RAT LINED, CANADIAN OTTER WORTH AT LEAST 30 PER 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 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 CONFIDENTLY BACK WITH A GUARANTEE MONEY REFUNDED IF NOT SATISFIED. THAT IS HOW WE BUILT UP OUR THE BIGGEST IN THE GREAT WEST. SUITS AT TO VI The Great Clothiers of The Great West CLOTHING WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Our Present Store to Rent: Possession on Nov. 15 317 CFLABB j- STREET LETHBRIDGE ;