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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 11, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta �mim. bUICK RETURNS Wateh Repairs Taken C. Ross Tate Are returned to yon Quickly and Satisfactorily Done. Repairs alwnys ready when promiied. Rdier |ifc{[ Phctd. List ot subscribers to fund for ��-Histiitice of the Ur�ep fninily, �ttain* etl by th* Hcv. J. S. Chlvers and C. Mair. - St. Monica Guild................. $10.00 Mr. and Mi-s. Shcrlotk ......... �10.00 Mm. Rogers...................... 10.00 The liljis.......................... io.OO A. W. Uiiigs................. B.OO tt, f. Reeve ..................... 5.00 W. Ingram .......................... 5.00 C. f. P; Cunybeare ...... 5.00 J. W. Martin ................. 5.00 J. L. Stovail ... ... ... ........ 5.00 C. Hair............................... 5.00 [W. C. Simmons............ 5.00 ir. D. Kevin ....................... 5.00 W. Uendcraon .................... 5.00 II. Johnatone ............... 5.00 John D. Hiyinbotham ........ 8.00 J. W. SUnord ................. ^.00 W. D: L. Hardic ................ 2.50 a. M. Knich ...................... 8.50 MlM Blagbum ......... .....' ..... 8.50 T. M. Evana ....................... 8.50 C; J. Eckstorm ................... 8.60 C. Raley ......... ..................... 8.00 W. Woods .......................... 2.00 Rev. .r. S." Chi vers ............. 8.00 W. W. Irwin........................ 8.00 J. P. Simpson .......,,.......... 8.00 F. Colpman ..................... 8.00 O. W. KERR CO. Lethbridge, Alta. (Minneapolis, Minn., Head Office) LANDS IN BLOCK Retail or Warner Town Property MTCH & AGENTS -And also General Beal Estate I>eal�r�- LIST YOUR PROPERTIES With m. With oar 8tat(*s connections we can probably more bnyers than any other dealers. COME TO US TO BUY. i...................U.M...M..MM.|..My Z Yon will be boildiiig possibly this season, and will require Bath Room Warm Air Furnace -OB- Hot Watcp,S3FBt�Mfi- t^.MV>;-epared to give yon right prices and the b�4t of ' material. We make a specialty of this work and yon are snre of satisfaction. Particular attention paid to jobbing. See us regarding your next job of electrical honse-wiring. Phone 116. Tho'Leading Tinners, Plumbers, Steam and Hot Water Fitters. I m I If- Turn Over a New Leaf for the ensuing year aad have old plumbing torn out and hsaltliy. sanitary plunbing pat through your house and avoid in-tectious dkMases, (svers and maay ot the diseases that come from btA sanitation and plumblnf. 1 ready to undertake any work of tkla description, which we do m a skillo ful ead scieatifle X. �. Patteson ..... W. C. Ives........... U Ford ............. Morion Jones ........ C. B. Bowman ...... O. U. MacMicking E. H. Wilson ........ T. Simons ............ John Kemiy ......... Nelson and Fraser C. a. K. Nourso .. F. Rooncy ............ R. C. McCIure ...... Piche and Miron ... Wm. Oliver . W. Hardy............ Miss V. ........ A. B. Stafford ...... Thomas Reynolds . O. 1�. Austin ......... Hultoh and Pl.xon E. A; Sharman ..... A. E. Keys........... H. Fleetwood ...... H. Macbeth .......... A. Southard ......... R. V-. M............... E. R. Walsh......... J. E. Lethbridge .. McSobb ........., .. t*.. Matliews ......... M. L. Agnew ......... A.' T, Werts......... S. J. McDiarmid ... 1). S. McOttig ......... G. H. Johnston ... Frod Gow........... The 2 Macs .......... W. MacKcnzie ........ C. W. Storkey ...... W. Vaykin ............. J. J. JohnHton ..... Jas. Rose ........ .... E, U. Rylauda ...... C. C. Oragg, M.D. L. Paba t .. .^..^ Tr:r.T T. A. Underwood ... O. Shirley ......... C. W. Gray .......... The Greatest Baseball Game lii the West C. W. GRAY DRMYING. If you wish dnqring or m^wrmg of any Uad doa*. call on ua. , K We hara the Imcaat and baai eqaippad aartag* bminasa in tha oityi with ihorooghly aiiwriaaaid men in aharga. All work promptly attended to. Hay and Oats of the bast > grade for - sale. Coal dalifaMd to all parte of the eity on short '^Miioa.' |f|(ir| WirehODse A TruuAr Co., Ltd. | To credit of family in bank #106.50 P. Bums * Co.. to be paid in meat �5;00. The^B^d8on's Bay Co., four sacks' Of seed wheat. Mr. Mair informs us timt Mrs. Oreep and the childriBn left for the homestead on Tuesday, and-that enough has been raised fo-give tlMUk a frmih start. Further contributions of money, grain or d�ildren-s olothingr jfrilinis, Donald at .. tlM�t time being a lively sporting town, and any man expressing sentiments, of anti-baseball nature was promptly escorted to the train and told to depart hence, in fact when too cold to play ball, hot air games were pla>'ed and usually ended in somcvery lively finishes. In the Calgary tournament Donald defeated Calgary by twelve runs to six and then came the ball game that old fans In this portion of tfce- gi4)>e still bum their foot' in the oven over, becoming too intcrestctl to take them out until the missus brings them back .to life. The games a.00 liluyed twenty years ago were not a:o6 played on the. Victoria grounds, but a.00 on the property where now stands aiOO the Methodiat Church, and if a man atOO oould opiy sae.the ghost world,wiiile a;00 enjoying .one of the services, the a.00 church would: be overcrowded with a.00 the sporting fraternity of Calgary. a:00 To see Stark hit that winning run, a.00 to see Alf. Fidler spiton his mlt and a>06 get down to business would be bet-a;00 ter than witnessing one of the Nat a.00 ional League fames. SUOO Over aeiVen thousand dollars changr 900 aid and Medicine Hat for the chamr a^OO pionship, and we dara say all the a.Od losers felt after the game that they 2;00 would never get such a run for 2.00 their money again. 1.50 At this time it is very hard to get l.OQ an>' of the nantcs of the players and i.pO' tlie writer a'tor sonse labor only man 1.00 agnd to obtain the following: Cal-1.00 i^ry, baUery, W. A. Perry and Bill 1.0� HalUdaj*: Medicine Hat, Alf. Fidler 1.66 and H. J. Parkhill; Donald, Chcsley l.OO and Smith. Mr, �amday is still 1.00-with US', aa is. also Air. Fidler. Mr. 1.00 parkhill left Calgary a few months 1.00 iiso. 1.00-.' At the fifth innings the game stood I'OO twelve to Ave in ttie Donald end and 1.00 enthusiasts from that burg offering 1.00 five to one that it would finish in 1.00 that proportion, were nearly craiy 1.00 because they could not get all their 1.00 money up on the game. In the ninth l.OQ innings the score was twenty all, 1.00 and the Medicine Hat bunch feeling 1.00 a little more cheerful were putting 1.00 out their long gi�en in bunches at 1.00 even money. At the tontH innings l.op Mod.'ciiftTfiat l^nt'^o the stick first, "1,66 Stark bein^ up, Their supporters 1.00 now ollered five to one, and were 1.00 promptly taken. When Stark, how a 1.00 prominent rancher, in the Medicine 1.00 Httt district, walked over from the 1.00 bench, the spectators held their breath, he slowly spit on bis hands filled the loft side of his face with black strap and stated Fthat he -was ready. The first ball pitched to him came in contact with his bat and soared away out, over second baae. Alf. Fidler states that he fully ^ lieves that it is soaring yet, as it was never found ofaln. . This gave the Hat :the>champl��-ship and what followed would take a IHpling to described It was iU: the drdhibitton, time, but squirrel whi�-1m was aUII to be bad, and the lilfirt broken Donal^' sports again' WiiMied back to their nest in the^ mountains. The trainmen at this time ran from Donald to Medicine Hat. . and on the day of the game those that ware unable to get to Calgary, camped- on the Donald end of the wire waiting in a fover of excite-mei^^ for the returns of the. fame to come in. When worid was receiVr ed that Donald was ahead in the fifth, the Battle of Bull Run was a Sunday . School garden party compared to the tinu� they had. Wbe� the final score of .twenty-one to tweaty in iavor of the Hat reached them, not a word was said nor a .funeral note, and after that the town gradually died, becoming only *' very fiwall point on'the. G.P.R. ARO^S UNIMBKirmyartf as wall aa praaeribad; it'In: my^piagttca; wlnw a liaiMMt was nqiiirad aai have mv> er failed to get tha dMiir^ aOMt. ^ O. A. KINO, M. D, OaH Cashmani the l.ical elpthier was one of the Bonald men; but the Albertan was. afraid to interview hint on the subject, aa the mamr ory is probably a very sore one. . surrKUBO for five years with kiongy'ano uv-er trouble. "i auffsrod for Ave years with kidf nay and llvar trouble, whichvcauaodil aavars' paina> across; the ^ back . and a MiMllac haadacka; i. had dyspfpaiai [jpuMl- was ao eonatipated^that .i> epuld not nova nty bowels without a cath� artlc. i was cured by Chamberlain's' 4t�WMh and Liver 'TablaU; andhava> m wall now for aix^ moatbs," aaya Mr. Arthur S. St.ckland of Chat - M�cSjiee�Mort to 0�c�rgc Rogcrt��� off Every Deaeription - Wholfiai^ nd Retal I Lumber Shinglea ' Dooro WiadowS Mouldings Lime Lath Building Paper Tar Paper Cedar Fence Postft Phone 23. Lethbridge^ Altau a position wi$:h. the Hudson's Bay Co. .Arthur StewaM has returned after spending the winter in N. Dakota. For a few Sundays the preaching services w-lll be held at the farm home of Oebrge Heighes. All are welcome. W. Depew arrived from Souris, N. D., with all his effects. W. Worthing also arrived in charge of McCaun's car from Souris, N.D. And still thei-c are, mor* to follow. CAUGHT COLD WHILE H'fjNTINO A BURGLAR. Mt. Wm. Thos. Lanorgan, provin -cial Constable of Chaplehu, Ontario ays: "I caught a severe cold while hunting a burglar in the forest swanip last fall.. Hearing of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, 1 tried it,* and after using two small bottles, 1 was completely cured." This retn-edy in intended especially for coughs and colds. -^It \rill loosen and relieve a severe cold in less time than by any other treatment and is a favor-orita whei-ever its superior excellence has become known. For sale by All Druggists. % ASK YOUR GROCEK For Knight's of Raymond Sufar JOHN!�V CANUCK. (Our Ideal.) Johnny Canuck is the boy to win. He starts by loving his mother;. He kisses her cheek and he strokes ,her hair. And vows tlMre's never another. She hates: tobacco, aah cards, and gin. He answers her, smiling. "I'm yours to win." ; Here's to Jack and his nnotherf^ tanooga, Tena. Druggisu. For sale by All COALDALE. for daU few 1 ^'.Jt Mrs. Cokely leavM Thursday an extended trip^to Iowa. Mr. and Miw. H. A. BuggHt Uttia daiN^tar laaya the aama ibr/ Danvsr^ Col... ratuming in i wsaks. Mias Gertrude Heighes has accept*^ Johnny Caauck.is tho'boy to win, ' When it eonVaa to a case of votinif. He knows his ndnd and ho knows hia man. He's alive and shrewd at noting. He holds that to stand by a wrong is sin. So he votes for the right, and he-votes to win. . Here's to Jack ami his. voting! Johnny Canuck is the boy to win, Wlien ofl he goes a-wooing. His girl is sweet, and his heart is true. And keen in love's pursuing. He runs no risks, keeps his hand wtg, '.kind haart.and a level hoadr ' And agodd nutn's.love of beauty. To all who need him he's next of kin Holives for the right, and he,lives to � � win, Hem's to-Jack and his" duty.-j "^^HEN you use Knight's of Baymond Sugar, yoa 'are sending your mon^y back to the toil. Yo� are supporting home indlustry, and patronising >La farmer of Alberta, beci^use Knight's of Raymond Sugar is extracted iu Alberta^ from beets grown in Alberta. It is sweeter and purer than any other sugar, and there is none " the same or j[ttst as good." FREE^ To vary r��dar of thia p�por who will aoncl namo and addroaa, a .Now Bngrland Tofreo Koeolpo. Mantlbn do-partmont 113 Wrn�fortHal�adkt� j KNIGHT SVGiiR FACTORY RAYMOND. AI/TA. New Effects in I Cut Glass Z Our recent importations in�. Z f ' elude an assortment of Eng-' , lish Bock Crystal quite different from that here-to-\ fore shown. The Or.*si�l itself la hasTifr ^sd itas cuuiBitt dcvMr than ibslot itli�r yean-Ike sSectU a*ta mere icaalnf It aiCera from "Btrks' 0�i eiaaa" la that li depends mere' SMB lUTarUatlc tra-cry ef da-stia, for IU b��uijt rather iban . brliuaBey. fBoee Bowls, Flower Cen^' tree. Decanters and Jugs are \ most imminent in the assort- < ment, some of which oome < mounted in sterling Silver, < others plain. |W. J. Armstrong i JEWELER ENORAVER J OPTICIAN. torPIAKOSBELXl |( CABUVERY when yon need a l^gotathaa^tiMor frieadi to yoior SucoesiOr to J. G. WiegMri^ Under Electric Light < PHONE 179 While You wait Shot Repftir iShop^ Man'i glwea aoled and hMM in 80 Miantea. Price If Jft F. QER MA;N Weatof BentleyOat " -Camilla. Oloba. Saadn in the Toronto lUNAnS'B UmiiENT for SALE KVERYWHERa. When you want DRAYING Dona promptly and atklMtorily: ^ JOHN BROblE TOWN LOTS Hesidential Lbto in I "C"and"F," App|y:t� ' HaMAOMtTH ltaAl'''fbtelB'lilrf^iMIMMiL'''!' IE SURE YOUl BOBSE nCOimL For Dentiatry, VeiArlagpfi ' and SmrgiMl'Wariki'arii . lr.r.W.li OnduaU of Taroato Vetsrinaty Cbl. OHsrs lalt at Hlfiabotbam:s ftors. ;