Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 11, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta
nfrffifttrnrir QUICK RETURNS Watch Repairs Taken TO SC. Ross Tate Are returned to you Quickly and Satisfactorily Done. Repairs alwnys ready when promised. Relief Well Placed. List of subscribers to fund for assistance of the Ureep fnitilly, attain* etl by the Rpv. j. 8. Olivers and l\ Malr. St. ttonicn Guild .................. $10.00 Mr. nnd Mrs. Sherlock ......... �10.00 Mrs. Rogers ...................... 10.00 This Elks ................. A. W. l.tliigs ........... R. F. Reeve ............ W. Ingram ............ C. F. P. Conybcuro .). W, Martin ......... J. L. Slovnll ...... 0. Matr .................. W. O. Simmons....... ,T. D. Kevin ........... W. lloiulcrson ........ L. M. Jolmstonn .... John I). Mlglnbothttin 10.00 ft. 00 5.00 5.00 5.00 6.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 6.00 6.00 5.00 8.00 J. W. SUflord ................... ^00 W. D. L. Hnrdlo Q. M. Hatch ......... Miss Blagburn ......... T. M. Evans .......... C. J. Eckstorm ...... C. Holey ............... W. Woods .............. Rev. J. S. Chi vers W. W. Irwin ........... J. F. Simpson O. W. KERR CO. Lethbridge, Alta. (Minneapolis, Minn., Head Office) LANDS IN BLOCK Retail or Warner Town Property HATCH & COONS, AGENTS --Aad also General Seal Estate Dealsrs- LIST YOUR PROPERTIES With m. With our States connections we can probably reach more buyers than any other dealers. COME TO US TO BUY. 2.60 3.60 2.60 2.50 2.50 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 P. Colpman ........................ 3.00 Yon will be building possibly this season, and will require Bath Boom Warm Air Furnace -OB - Hot Water jSystexfi $ ft^yTepared to give you right prices and the best of ' material. We make a specialty of this work and you are sure of satisfaction. Particular attention paid to jobbing. See us regarding your next job of electrical house-wiring. T. E. Patteson ...... W. C. Ives .............. L. Ford .................. Morion Jones ......... U. 11. Bowman ......... O. V. MacMicklng ... 13. II. Wilson ......... T. Simons .............. John Kunuy ........... Nelson and Frascr .. C. O. K. N'ourae ..... F. Hooney .............. It. C. McCluro ........ Plcho and Miron ..... Win. Oliver ............ W. Hardy ............... Miss 0. ......... A. n. Stafford ....... Thomas Reynolds ... O. 1). Austin ......... llutton and Dixon . E. A. Shurmnn ....... A. K. Keys ........... II. Fleetwood ....... U. Macbeth ........... A. Southard .......... H. V. M................ E. K. Walsh .......... J. K. Lcthbrldgo ... %. MrNabb ............ A. Mathews .......... M. L. Agncw ......... A. T. Worts .......... S. J. McDlarmid ... 1). S. McC'alg ......... O. II. Johnston ... Frud Oow ............. The 2 Mncs .......... W. MacKutizle ......... C. W. Storkcy ...... W. Daykln ............. J. .1. Johnston ..... Jas. Rose ............. E. L". Rylands ...... C. 0. Cragg, M.B. L. l'abst ...Jt.v.-nxT. 4^�a'Rrod'o ......... T. A. Undorwood ... O. Shirley ............. W. Oray .......... 2.00 2.00 2.00 2,00 2.00 2.00 3.00 2.00 a.oo 2.00 9.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 3.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 1.60 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 The Greatest Baseball Game iii the West (Calgary Albertnn.) A few of the ''old timers,"' vlll remember the greatest bnll game ever plnyed In Calgary and ever Hkely to be ployed. This game took plaeo Just twenty years ago this coming summer, when a bnsebnll tournament was held in Calgary to decide the championship of the N.W. T. Medicine Hat, .Donald and Calgary were the competing I cams, Donald at that time being a lively sporting town, and any mnn express-ing sentiments of anti-baseball nature was promptly escorted to the train and told to depart hence, in fact when too cold to play bnll, hot air games were plnyed and usually ended in somcvery lively finishes. In the Calgary tournament Donald defeated Calgary by twelve runs to six and then camo the bnll game that old fang in this portion of the glujie still burn their feet in the oven over, becoming too interested to tako them out until the missus brings them back .to life. The games played twenty yoars ago were not played on the Victoria grounds, but on tho property whore now stands the Methodist Church, and if a man could only sec. tho ghost world.whilc enjoying one of the services, the church would be overcrowded with tho sporting frutcmity of Calgary To see Stark hit that winning run, to see Alt. Fidlor spiton his mlt and get down to business would bo bet -tor than witnessing one of the Nat ional Leaguo guinea. Over seven thousand dollars changed hands on the game between Donald and Medicine Hut for the championship, and we dare say all the losers felt after the game that thoy would never get such n run for their nionoy again. At this time it is very hard to get any of the names of the players and Um writer after some labor only man aged to obtain the following: Calgary, battory, W. A. I'vrry nnd Dill Hnlliday*; Medicino Hal. Alf. Pidler Rogers -Cunningham Lumber Co., Ltd. Builders' Supplies uecMtort to George Rogtn&s****** of Every Description Wholesale and Retail Lumber Shingles " Doors Windows Mouldings Lime Lath Tar Paper Building Paper Cedar Fence Post* Lethbridge, Alta* a position with the Hudson's Day Co. Arthur Stewart has returned after spending the winter in X. Dakota. l'o'r a few Sundays the preaching services will be held at the farm homo of George Holghes. All arc welcome. W. Depnw arrived from Souris. N. D., with all his effects. W. Worthing also arrived in chargo of McCnun's car from Souris, N.D. and II. J. 1'arkhlll; Donald, ChcsloyJAnd still there arc more to follow, and Smith. Mr. Itnllidny is still f with us, aa is also Alf. Fidlor. Mr. Parkhlll left Calgary a few months 'CAUGHT COLD WHILE HUNTING ago. ! A BURGLAR. At the fifth innings thi> game stood twelve to five in tTic Donald end nnd enthusiasts from that burg offering five to one that it would finish in that proportion, were nearly crazy because they could not get all their moacy up on the game. In the ninth Innings tho score was twenty all. 1.00 and tho Modicinc Hat bunch feeling 1.00 1.00 1.00 All. Wm. Thou. Lanorgnn. provln -cial Constable of Chaplehit, Ontario ays: "I caught a severe cold while hunting a burglar in tho forest swamp last fall. Hearing of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, 1 tried it,' nnd after using two small bottles I was completely cured." This rom a llttlo more cheerful were putting !y �� intended especially for coughs out their long green in bunches at ';�"�� c0,fls' 11 v*lu loosen and relieve even mnneg. At the tenth Innings j* severe cold In less time than 1 1.00lMo-JKin�'f!at'w�nt"1� tho stick first. W other treatment and is a favor- orile wherever its superior excellence has become known. For sale by All Druggist's. '1.00 Stark being up. Their supporters 1.00 | now oitered five to one. and were 1.00 promptly taken. When Stark, now a Phone 116. Hich (& Wahely The Leading Tinners, Plumbers, Steam and Hot Water Fitters. ......�����....................... Turn Over a New Leaf for the ensuing year and have tfeat old plumbing torn out and healthy, sanitary plumbing pat through your house and avoid infectious diseases, fevers acd me&r of the diseases that come from sanitation and plumbing. We ready to undertake any work of tfcla description, which we do fa a skillful and scientific manner. C. W. GRAY 1.00 1.00 1.00 To credit of family in bank 106.60 P. llurna a Co. to be paid in meat tS.OO. Tho Hudson's Bay Go., four sacks of seed wheat. Mr. Mair informs us that Mrs. Oreep and tho children left for the homestead on Tuesday, and that enough has been raisod to give them a fresh start. Further contributions of money, grain or children's clothing will still be very acceptable as they are very necessary. IS*'" -1 mm D RAYING, ;i If you wish draying or maring of any kind don*, call on us. We have the largest and beat equipped cartage business in the city, with thoroughly eiperieneed men in ebarge. 11 work promptly attended to. Hay and Oats of the best grade for sale. Coal delivered to all parts of the city on short notice. The News-No Pure Drug Cough Laws would be needed, if nil Cough Cures were like Dr. Sboop'e Cough Cure is-and has been for 20 years. The National law now requires that if any poisons enter into a cough mixture, klt must be printed on the label or package. For this reason mothers, and othors, should insist on having Dr. Shoop's Cough Cure. No poison-marks on Dr. Shoop's labels- and none in the medicine, else itmust by law be on the label. And it's not only safe, but it ia said to be by those that know it beat, n truly re, markablu cough remedy. Take no chances, particularly with your chilf dren. Insist on having Dr. Shoop's Cough Cure. Compare carefully the Dr. Snoop package with others and sea. No poison marks theret You canal ways be on the safe aide by de. manding Dr. Shoop's Cough Cure. Simply refuse to accept any other. Sold by J. D. Higinbotham a Co. COUTTS ITEMS. I a *U* I Western Warehouse A Trustor Co., Ltd. X Q#ee. IHrst dear eevih of Opera Hoeee. Phone*, i prominent rancher iu the Medicine lint district, walked over from the bench, the spectators held their breath, he slowly spit on his hands filled tho left sido of his face with black strap and stated that he was ready. The first ball pitched to him came in contact with his bat and soared away out, over second baso. \lf. Fldler sUtes that ho fully believes that it is soaring yot, as it was never found again. This gave tho Hat the^champion -ship and what followed would take a Kipling to describe. It was in the prohibition time, but squirrel whiskey was still to be had. and the heart broken Donald, sports again climbed back to thoir nest in the mountains. The trainmen at this time ran from Donald to Medicino Hat, and on the day of tho game tboso that were unable to got to Calgary, camped on the Donald end of the wire waiting in a fever of excite -meat for tho returns of tho game to conio in. When word was received that Donald was ahead in tho fifth, tho Dattle of Bull Run was a Sunday School garden party compared to the timo thoy had. When the final score of twenty-ono to twenty lu favor of tho Hat reached them, not a word was said nor a funeral note, and after that tho town gradually diod, becoming only a very Small point on'the C.P.R. lias. Dun Cishman, the l.ical clothier was ono of the Bonn Id men, but the Albertan was afraid to interview him on tho subject, as tho memory is probably a very sore one. Mrs. C. E. Price has entirely recovered from her recent illness and went outto their ranch yesterday. Father Pholan of Great Falls held services here on Easter Sunday. John Burns returned from Lsth bridge to-day. Frud Miobach came down from Lethbridge on-to-day's train. He is going out to West Butte to visit his ranch. Miss Virginia Miebach wont to Great Falls on Thursday to spend a few weeks visiting friends in Bolt and vicinity. There will be a dance in the new hotel in the noar future. To vhom it may concern: This is to certify that I have used MIN ARD'S LINIMENT myself as well as prescribed it in my practice where a liniment was required and have never failed to get the desired effect. 0. A. KINO.. M. D. SUFFERED FOR FIVE YEARS WITH KIDNEY AND LIVER TROUBLE. "1 suffered for Ave years with kid-uey and liver trouble, which caused severe pains across the back and a blinding headache. I had dyspepsia aad was so constipatod that I cpuld not nova my bowels without a cathartic. I was cured by Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver, Tablets andhave bean well now for six months," says Mr. Arthur S. Ht.ckland of Chat- tanooga, Tonn. Druggists. For sale by All COALDALE. for and Mrs. Cokely leaves Thursday an extended trip'to Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Suggitt little daughter leave the same date for Denver, Col., returning in a few weeks. Miss Gertrude Heighes has accepted JOHNNY CANt'CK. (Our Ideal.) Johnny Canuck is the hoy to win. Ho starts by loving his mother; He kisses her check and he strokes i ,hor hair, j Ami vows there's never another. She hates tobacco, anb cards, and gin. He answers her, smiling, "I'm yours to win." Here's to Jack and his mother!"' t Johnny Canuck is tho boy to win. When it comes to a case of voting, no knows his mind and ho knows his mun, He's alive and shrowd at noting. He holds that to stand by a wrong is sin, So ho votes for tho right, and ho votes to win. ' Here's to Jack and his voting! Johnny Cunuck is the boy to win, When off ho goes a-wooing. His girl is swuet, and his heart i.s truo, And konn in love's pursuing. He runs no risks, keeps his hand '.v. I In, He's dead in earnest, and woo-i t-.i win. Here's to Jack and his wJi'i'-tg! Johnny Canuck is the boy to win. On foot or in the saddle He's not a morsel afraid of work, With hammer, or plough or paddle, Glvo him his task, show him how. to begin, He'll master the job, and ho'll work to win, Here's to Jack and his paddlot Johnny Canuck is the boy to win, On march, or in the trenches, When shot and shell go whirling by His bvavc chook never blanches, When the captain falls and the ranks grow thin. Johnny fights on, and he fights to win, I lore's to Jack In the trebches! Johnny Canuck is tho boy to win, Whorovoi' he's left on duty. Has a big. kind heart and a level hoadt And a good man's love of beauty To all who need him ho's noxt of kin Helives for tho right, and he .lives to win, Hero's to Jack and his duty. -Camilla Sanderson in the Toronto Globe. ASK YOUR GROCER For Knight's of Raymond Sugar HEN you use Knight's of Baymond 8ugar, you aru sending your money back to the toil. Ton are supporting home industry, and patronising tie farmer of Alberta, because Knight's of Raymond Sugar is extracted in Alberta, front beets grown in Alberta. II is sweeter and purer than any other sugar, and there is none "the same or just as good." ITDCC To ovary rwacJar s ���. whQ w|(| Mnd name and address, a Now Ingland Toffee Koeoipo. Montion department H3 Write for trial aaek to .. KNIGHT SUGAR FACTORY RAYMOND* ALTA. MINARD'S LINIMENT FOR SALE EVERYWHERE. New Effects in f Cut Glass Our recent importations in- 1 elnda an assortment of Eng- 1 lish Rock Crystal, quite ! differeut from that here-to-fore shown. The On kit 1 itself la botvlrr sd in* cutt'd.'* 4��per than ikti of itbcr year*-me street I* vca more pleaelnf II diScra from "Blrba* Out Oltaa" In that l> depend* more upon ItVarUatlc tra *rjr *f dacha, for lis b�*ut)f raiser lb as brlllUne/. Rose Bowls, Flower Centres, Decanters and Jugs are most prominent in the assortment, some of which come mounted in sterling nilver, others plain. |W. J. Armstrong i JEWELER ENGRAVER OPTICIAN, font lor PI ANOSBELL CAB LIVERY when yon need a CAB To go to the station or brief friends to your hoot* C- A. Johnston Successor to J. G. Wiegeed. Under Eleetrio Light' PHONE 179 While You Wait Shoe Repair Shop* Men'a aboes soled end heeM in 30 minutes. Price 11.09. F. GERMAN West of Bantley Co. Sine tip ICS When you want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily. JOHN BROD1E iTOWNLOTSt Residential Lota in "0"and�P," Apply te H. MACBETH Real Estate and ieauraaea, BE SURE YOUR HORSE FEEDS WELL For Dentistry, Veterinajga end Surgical Work, call c�� . Graduate of Toronto Veterinary Out, OMara left at Hlglibotnews ?tora.