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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDOI, TRUMDAY, APRIL I, OF CANADA lest art In HviM Prtltts Exceed ThelaMttfSaviig systematically has made more men "well off" than have large incomes, fortunate investments and' 'luck'' combined. It ii practically a certain road to a comfortable competence. A SlvfafS AeetWl in the Union Bank will help you form the habit of saving. Open a Sayings Account with or to it regularly as much as you can we will add Interest at the highest current rate at regular intervals. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: J. R. Manager. y Temperance Notes SUPPLIED BY THE W. C. T. U. BRAINY MEN AND STRONG DRINIv Mr. Stead has interv iewed a num- ber oi the leading lights in science. co "Durlng a long- and abnormally busy -life, 1 have never found occasion to resort to stimulus .of any kind Juring the longest spell of continu- ous mental labor." .Lord Avebury, sovetty -four years old, eschews tobacco and alcohol. SPORTS AMATKUU CITY LEAGUE Jt is about time sonic action was taken to siza up the local situation from thi- local standpoint of amateur baseball this year. Lethbridge will have professional ball but the pro- fessional team will be here only ab- out forty -days "during the season. What baseball will the fans have -dur- ing the 'remainder of the season? Med icine Hat and Calgary have organiz- ed their amateur leagues again this year. Lethbridge had material for two good teams last year. The Y. M. C., last year's champions, has their old team practically intact. W'.th a little effort two more teams anyway could be organized to form a three-club leag-ue. The executive of last year's city league should ar- and literature as to their habits of eating-and drinking: Sir Theodore Martia, aged ninety, writes: "As to v.-ine and spirits, I never .cared for them, and drink little of either. A cup of coffee I have always found the best restorative from -brain exhaustion. "Of smoking I have all my life had .an extreme dislike, and -get out of: the way of it whenever I can. Ii .forced to inhale it for even a few minutes.by being in the company of Lord lioberts, in his seventy-sixth j range to call a meeting at an early year, uses neither liquor nor tobac- i date so as to busy in the matter. j Local teams can put up good snappy- Sir .John Clorst, seventy-three, says ball. "Stick to pure water; be a total ab-i .'H will not prove interesting stainfjr from tobacco." for .thr players and the fans, but a Rev.. Dr.- Clifford, eighty-tw o j good thing for the game. Leth- ivritt-s: "I have no experience of al- bridge wants baseball all the time cohol or tobacco." i and not at just such times as the Sir William Huggins, in his eighty-j professional team may be playing tourt year, will have nothing to do here. with liquor or tobacco; -drinks as a j The managers of the professional rule water only. Sir Henry Koscoe says: Cave Her Child Away. Had Given up all Hope of Living- Bear t Trouble was Cured by Mllburn's Heart and Nerve Pills. MM. Andrew Savoy, 0 rattan's, N.B., "In the veaVlSC'B I wai taken and did not think 1 could livp any length of .time. My trouble was with .ray heart and pwople told me that nothing could case like mine. I consulted the very best doctors but they could do me For 1 coald-bardiv cross the Iluor. I had no pain, bat was so weak uobody in the world -.-an believe how I felt. I had given up hopes of living Iiad given- my little girl to inysister- in-law, One day a friend came to see me, and calling me by name, aaid, Lizzie, if J were you I would try a dose of Mil burn's Heart and Nerve Pills an tnev are good for heart trouble.' My Jiusband got me a box, but for two days I -was not feeling any better, morning.' will get you another box right away.' I book two boxes and tfiree doses out of the third one, and I -perfectly well and have not been sick-sines then. "I will never be-without them in my home 'or God knows if it had pot been for Mil- jura's Heart and Nerve Pills, I would not j lave been alive now." Price 50 cents per box, 3 boxes for all dealers or .mailed direct on receipt of price by The T. Milborn (X, limited, Toronto, Ont I BOW ISLHND Choice Business and Residential Lots team are in sympathy with the move to have an amateur league as they I am altogether against .the use consider it will help, rather than hin- uf alcohol, and I think there is truth j d-r ihe professional club. Let the j in tht- views of Helmholtz, that thejfans got -busy and help out the ex- j ecutive in re-organizing a city league. int- views OE J.aeimnoitz, tnat the smokers, it acts upon me like poison i slightest taint of alcoholism m the i lowering the action of iny heart, and jr. i 'n-am is usually antagonistic to Intel- i .DIG i J I ioctmil i Dr. Alfred Russel I -Q 0 O 6 0 0 0 0 The Model Restaurant Appeals to everybody by its Excellent Menu "and ought to claim the patronage of all Union Men As it is run on strictly union piinciples. Rooms in Connection John Cantin PROPRIETOR 6 0. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 j 0 Hussel Wallace, a scien! sorting Editor Lethbridge Herald, tist in his eighty-sixth writes: Sir.-Just a few words and a small "From experience and observatio spaCe in your estimable columns 1 feel sure that towards old age alco hoi becomes more and more hurtful practiced it since in regards to sports in Lethbridge. I would like to say that now GREAM PARLORS ARE NOW OPEN We get Ice Crearn fresh daily from Hazehvood's at Spokane. Chow Sam Go. darly youth, when its effects literally sickened me of Frederick Harrison, aged sc.onty- se-ven, writes: 'I have never drunk any or spirits. 'I have never had tobacSo in i.uv form in my lips. I regard as .a beastly habit, which che future will proscribe as a disgust Ing nuis- ance. .It is the only which in- jures the innocent byotx-z-i-r. K .5 a. strange instance of the Of U. of a filthy (like snuff, .Jrunken- ness, swearing, etc.) that iuon can present themselves u the Kouety of ladies in a condition lluit make: them personally offensive. ji is Un brutality rather than uah-althl ness of tobacco smoking which OH- ceras me most. But I Ktu-.v ma .y young, men whose -s j, .tb. it "1-a jj r u, n- ed or .impaired. Anl-1 Lnrm roary 0 men and more women who suiTci- frJrr, the insolent selfishness of the- habit- ual smoker. have never known an ailncnt or .passed a day in bed since I had thf measles at nine." Rey. Dr. Fairbairn, seventy years of age, says: "I have worked hard; few men hi here and all kinds of sport will soon be in full swing, why not have a se- nior lacrosse team. T will admit baseball and football etc., are yood games, played by their respective countries, but Canada has game that for fast and scientific j yilCli playing can beat" either one" of the month. hese men has? been slightly over as compared with the initial incurred m 1907 in getting j together a team. The advantage of having a manager who is in touch with the players in the best Ameri- j 'can teams is here apparent. Mr..! Hamilton knows where to go for the best and he has made a .practice of "getting right after i The managers of some of the other teams in the western league have found it necessary- to go -down to Chicago, thus involving an expendi- ture of several hundred dollars. A committee lias been appointed to approach the G.P.R. on the question of special trains during the baseball season between the depot and the athletic park. It is pointed out that the whole, -distance could lie tra- versed on. the siding an-d the regular I traffic would be in no wayi nterfered. i with. Practice wilt begin at Fleming's ranch about the- 17th of this i ed in some of the towns and cities of United States an-d has. found it was met with approbation. Now we have in this city a number S. citizens who will in time be- come Canadians and once seeing la- crosse will always be a lover of the England have worked harder, but J. have always been _ a rigorous, abstain j er as to. -drink and .tobacco. As to j drink ana tobacco, I have nothing to j add -save that T know neither. He j.who does his work strength of fails it well. "Work" idone by the strength of either fails j. to do it well Work done -by the fst rcngth of wine or the soothing in- iOuehce of the pipe is certain to be ill done. Nothing, "indeed, could be worse for a-.man who means to live than to need the help of either." All we want is some live ones to take a hold and push-it along, and wo can have a team that will make the'; rest-of Alberta or the west look like mince-meat.. We .have had the. team and I can- not see why we cannot Now boys push this along and get in the field and 'show the people that Cana- da's national'game is the only one of them, all. Yours very truly, Kickapoo ".Indian.: For the right kind of Meals served right Short Orders at all hours. REAL JUSTICE IN OLD MEXICO Mexico City, "Hex., April j'Custav Maas, who has a record in j the Mexican army as an Indian Jight- ;er, has sentenced to death for j killing former Lieut. David Olivarez. whose sister he was accused of wrong The murder brought out the fact that ,oncc before he j girl. The verdict was a remarkable pDe. Not'only was the general sen- tenced to be ;shot- to death, but he must also pay sixty dollars a month i of the two children of the man he ..murdered, next twenty years, and must also pay the funeral ex- penses of his victim.. The sums will come out- of. General Maas estate. Hamilton, as-professional ball play- General Haas is wealthy and waslers with brilliant records. prominent socially, j The cost of the'signing'up of all HAMILTON'S LINE-UP. The Hat. Times talks a-br oat. their ball team, with the ing; line of dope: "The plaj'ers for the professional, baseball team have practicallv all s'gned up. Manager Hamilton ha- cobipleted contracts with every man mentioned 'below with the exception of Billy Dunn of S'e_attle who may be: secured in the course of a few days.: Eilly Hamilton himself wilF take 1st base during the coming season. Jack Schroder of Everett, Wash., is is down for 2nd .base, while-Wally Chiklers, who hails .from Le Ore., and had a good record with the' Seattle team last year will be 3rd baseman. Day .Ward'of. Portal and Sam "Davidson, .a Spokane man, are down a? catchers. For pitchers there are Frank Ardell and Dan Bar- ker, two local men with excellent re- cords, and Billy Campbell City, and Billy Campbell and Pat Welch> Seattle; and Billy Blackburn, Vancouver. Alex Harper, of Buffalo who is now in tho city, is .down lor short stop. ICi-d .Williams and: Geo. Mallory, both Spokane men, will pro SURE TO BE A SUCCESS the Western Canada Baseball League. be a 'Undoubted- ly; there isn't the faintest suspicion of a speck on the horizon at present that would'-''indicate failure. To me it looks like a well balanced organiz- ation and the best that Winnipeg has ever been connected The above query was answered by M, 0. "Kid" Taylor, manager .of the j Jlo'ose'-Jaw Club, who was in "Winni- peg recently on his way to Virginia. Taylor, who will be remembered by j local fans as the scrappy infielder, on! the Houghton of the old Xor- thern Copper County League, is re- turning-, from- a- trip to Moose Jaw where he-found everything'to his lik-' ing. He has his' team practically ready for the and while not 'claiming -any believes Moose Jaw wjll be right in the gunning. He claims that he never met a finer .body of sporting men than the Moose .-law directors, and will enter fray with their every interest This townsite is situated sixty-four miles east of the City of Lethbridge, on the Crow's Nest Pass Division of the and has the celebrated Old Glory gas well adjoin- ing the towsisite. There is a good supply of coal and water. No investment on earth like earth itself. Buy now, as prices are advancing daily. Prices of Lots range from to according to location. Special Prices for Blocks. Terms are One-Third Cash, and the balance payable in Six and Twelve Months with interest at six per cent, per annum. For full particulars call or write to Bow Island, SONS OF ENGLAND OUT TO. WIN last night defeated Pat Sweeney and The Sons, of England are going, to of Pittsburg, in enter a leant in the City Football j the i League. What ever this Society-has j at J attempted in .the past has been car- in-ckor 'professional relay. Mara- 'the first relay race of -its ever The official time was 2-28-55 1-5. The Indian ran first, distance in 1-13-59, .beating Sweeney o mile and a third. hcart. Taylor was a' decided- through with thoroughness and oess as manager of the Virginia team-j are out to win" tliis league so hu.H of the full Marathon lust-season nnd as he will have a raa- j they suy. The oilier teams will have jority of his old players.- with him, [to look to their laurels. Moose Jaw-appears-like'a--dangerous j _ contender for the pennant. i TOMORROW- Just why he believes the Western Tnc bii? football gamc tomorrow oanada League, will-be a success is' IT T ia i aiteruoon on the square between the tola 'by-Taylor as follows: "Winnipeg -U-. u i r T I trCgiiRh-and bcotch of Lethbridge Js a .groat. baseball citv. no 'better on -r, Tu promises to be a good game. Both tho .continent for .that and judging, from what I have heard, Brandon is right in line too. Out west, they are 'baseball crazy.' and the fans can hardly wait for the sea-! COALDALE Mr. McArthur and. John son were Lethbridge callers.: Monday: Dr. Busk out -.to the- Johh Davidson ranch Monday-to a.sick horse., MrT Roy Cokely an-vi Mrs. Cokely. ami George Heig-hes visited, at. Iron Spring's Friday and Saturday; THE: skies arc particularly anxious to win. Thfiy kick off at 3 o'clock. babh- pla.y as outfielders, as well as Jimmy Wilson. Pat moran and Si Bennett. "At least half a dozen, of men to open. iasm prevails BURKS AFTER JOHNSON The greatest enthus- j Kew York, April Burns, ot both Moose Jaw I from whom Jack Johnson won the the Dakota -and. Regina, while reports place the i weight championship of cities; in the same light. world, is anxious .for another fight "Indications point to every club be- j with -the negro. Mclntosh who pro- Ing weir supported, which is a point j moted the Johnson-Burns fight in :that can have only one result. The i Australia and has since assumed the "fact that there will bo no long'jumps j management of Burns, announced to- should have a. great tendency to- i flight, that ho 'had been authorized in wards success It is a considerable i a cablegram, from Burns to distance between tue far eastern and jfo'' a return match with Johnson, (Western cities, placing hoth bur. with the clubs lonpr jumps are IS NOW OPEN Best Pool, Billiard and Shoe Sliming. Parlor in 'the weet.. Hot and Gold. Batli. A fine line and V. RODGERS Prop. W. MURRAY Manager Kean the Post Office, Good's Old Stand; are personally known to Manager practically done away with." f M M f f M O M M They say the Alberta Rntairait Is a good place to gu fur a good meal. Open Day and Night Bho) t At all Hours Oliver Block Phone 228 BUSINESS TRANSFER The Hayr Transfer Co. HAS BEEN DISSOLVED William George Hole Having bought the business which he will hereafter conduct nnrlar hlft jjgme. All persons having accounts against the said company are requested to present the same for pay- ment; before April 15tb, 1909, at the store of Hayr Bros., and all accounts due to said company are to paid at the same place before date. 44 M .f M IJM U M M M f I Pill Dr. de Van's French Female the Wife's friend A reliable regulator; never 'While these pills are exceedingly powerful in regulating the generative portion of the -female system, they are. strictly safe to use. Refuse all cheap imitations. Dr. de Van's are sold at a box, or three for Mailed to any address. The Scobell Drug Co., St. Catherines, Out. RELAY MARATHON RACE Pittsburg, Pa., April C. of Philadelphia, an Indian, bet- ter known, as "Black and fails i Small wood of Conroy, Wales, T. E. PATTERSON, Office, Oliver Block.. Phone 887. Columbia Dry Cell Batteries For gasoline engine ignition, for Httll rtr Mrri-rt W. L McKenzie Co. Redpath St. Lethbridge ORDER YOUR Coal from Phone 287. Best and __ cleanest on. the market.. Prompt delivery at your home, and weight guaranteed. {DELAY IN BUYING CITY PRO- moans higher prices tomorrow. Buy today. Any locality on easy terms. FARM LANDS. WILL SELL ON j crop payment plan or spread over a te? m of years at G per cent. I XTA'I- rHi'W t <-vn x being burned out. Now is the time to insure yaur house and furniture. Lowest board rates-. YOU WANT A HEJNTZMAN PIANO. The best is none too gcod for you. Buy a Heintzman and you will be satisfied. Easy terms or discount Jor cash. correspondence so- licited. Phono No. 287. The Alberta Railway and Irrigation Compny Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THH MARKET lots North of the Railroad and West of Westminster M. FROM EACH PAQV One-third ouh. one-thinl fi i ciUTiij months M Interest 6 per cent, per annum EJHUT U, (UK MH, ;