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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta ALTA-, THURSDAY, APRIL 28, THE STUTTZ STOCK CQ. Presents AS H E T O BLfHM 'he sweetest story ever told. Prices remain as 35c., SOc. You can't afford to miss this company with "new scenery, and their own special orchestra At the Lyceum THE: akota just received a fine line of IMPORTED CIGARS and a large assortment of PIPES. V, RODGERS Prop. W. M. MURRAY Manager %Kean Block, Opposite the Post Office, Good's Old Stand H ter than it has been for some thno i Ikffron, Lord ami Dorando ahead of and the sporting element were out in j him in the order named. At 16 miles considerable numbers on the square, i he had passed Dorando and Lord and Football, baseball and lacrosse were i was in second place, about two min- in full swing. utes behind Heffron, who was in the lead still. Then somewhere in the; WANTS TO FIGHT CLAKKE i7-miic they 'slipped it to him-' It j was a heart stimulant., of soine kin'ui The American Kid, who was knock- i and wus given to him by his hand- j od out last Friday night in Oliver's I lers or trainers. They did not givej hall by Jack-'Clarke, wants to get j it to the Indian for the purpose of on another match with Clarke.- The i increasing his pace. Any trainer. Jack Corrigan, manager Leth- bridge baseball club, writes from _ s__________ _ _ Minneapolis, saying that everything Kid; writing from Pincher Creek, in-! who knows his business understands! pertaining to the forming of a first timates that he was not. in the best.j how much 'dope' can be used class team to represent this city jn j shapc- last Friday night when he! safety under such conditions. with; No.1 RAILWAY FIGURES Ottawa, April Mr. Gra- THE OKLAHOMA LYNCHING iam yesterday tabled a return show- S.visartional Development Anticipat- jing that for two decades from 1888' lo 1908 exclusive of C.P.B., ed the Western Canada League is pro- gressing to hfs entire satisfaction. He says, although Lethbridge has had rather a late start he -does not think it will materially affect the general result eventually. At the present time Manager Corrigan has a full line-up of real good men under contract, and has also in sight a cofuple Class B players who are ex- pected to be farmed out by one of _______ _____, Ada, Okla., .April [c.TJ.K and. G.T.P., charters have j developments are expected to follow ;en. granted for building of i the lynching of four prominent-cat- railways in Canada. Of 293 tie men here yesterday. Attorney- incorporated only 25 have General West, today summoned Coun- iconstructed any portion of. lines au- i ty Attorney Bish to appear; at. Ada, thorized and 86..charter's have lapsed; jVhere''the Grand Jury will; investi- charters were given extension of j gate the affair .and attempt to prose- ue; 42'two extensions; and. 18'three cute the leaders of the mob. extensions or more. Since 1900, 117; A: special Grand :jury will be em- bharters have been granted of which j paneled. It is reported that the have lapsed. dictments will cause a sensation when ______________ the names are made known. Conrade Hyatt, told a Calgary Edward and David Johnson, charg- iience of Socialists, on Sunday, murder of City .Marshall P H ''Sherman had been expelled were taken from -the jaiJ breaking his pledge not to support here today to Tecumseh for safety. capitalists in anything. His let- Oscar Peeler who confessed that Mil- endorsing Hon. W. H. Gushing ler killed Marshall Bobbit was also got put away, ami thinks with care- they purposely gave him an o'verdose ful training measure if he he can take .Clarke's and they pretty near fixed Mr. Long- could get another boat for good. The whole world chance at the hu-v'. boy. knows the .result now.. It's an old] A fight with Clarke and the Kid Even the official report of the j again would .attract very little no-j Canadian Olympic committee states j tico, in Lethbridge because the Kid [.plainly- that Longboat was was decidedly outclassed even though j and tells how "near he' came to get- j he put up a stiff argument for two ting a fatal dose. rounds: He will. have to fight and "Who did it and why? Well, it pec-teu tw oe luiuicu uuo Uj, win a couple of he can would be a rash thing for me to say the big" cities. It is not the best another fight with! who tiki it, .but it was one_of the policy to give out the names of Clarke. j three men, who were handling Long-j these'higher class men whom Corri-j j boat. As to why it was done that is j gan expects to land, but there is no s; 0, E, FOOTBALL CLUB. {an easy question. There was abs'o-j doubt, in the event of their playing j Tbe g Q E, Football Club metj nothing in the way of a purse j for Jack Corrigan, that .they "will j Taere; ,.was a large at-1to winnmg the race. It was j _ __i far mrvrfi to know as to an ab- prove a great asset to the.Leth- teildance and the ..following officers j bridge team. Lethbridge would prob- iused the trouble. ably be obliged to pay -per month and the club who farms them out as they are men. Cor- rigan stands in well, it is said, with the Twin City big league and he will get first crack at their superfluous talent. The line-up of the team as it stands as present is as follows Catchers, Lynch, Hodgihs, Ander- son pitchers, Xiedenfuer, Gebeau, Knowlton, Bidne, Eeiss, Rossman, Dunn and one likely from St. Paul The regular weekly auct- ion" sale will be held at Bonrjell and Furmairs Livery Barn on Saturday, April 24th at 2.30 p. m. by W.L Auctioneer. v 20 Milch Gows A nniiiiber .Horses Hroken and unbroken Buggy 1 One Horse heavy 1 Set Double Harness etc. Other entries are: invited up to time of sale. W.L. Wttson il hcfitner removed to Tecumseh. The bodies of the lynched men, J. B." Miller, Jesse West Joe Allen and B. B. Burrell, club first or Anderson were today sent to their Texas homes second. Joe Corrigan or Taylor j short stop, Sathey-.or another man i from Waterloo third base, McG-arry; for. Jsurial, WASTE OF TIMBER Before Important Evidence Given j Committee at Ottawa Ottawa, Ont., April Common's Committee on Forestry and 1 Waterways, -thisv morning, H. E. ho. d of the Dominion For- 'estry branch, said that .Canada need have no fear for-her .timber supply 'if the present rate of domestic con- gumption and of'export maintained- He beared, however, the -demand for export might become so. heavy that forests varald he depleted. .He said the'British, admiralty had recently iu- quired as to 'why Canadian timber had increased in price and become poorer in quality. He advocated re- Pettijohn, Burns, Jack Corrigan and one who is expected _to be procured from the big leagues. This is but a'suminary which may be may ;be. Gorrigan is quite elated over the 1 solute certainty that Longboat was F. P. to !ose the race-and get the beace, K.C., President W. J. Wade. Vice-President: A. .Ely. Sec.rTreas.: F. T- Bobins. Captam, B. Chiswick. Vice W. Holberton. Executive committee W. J. Wade, F. T. Robins, R. C. .Farris, T. Bar-, ber, E; Bass, R. Ohis- wick..-' Selection committee J. Jones, A. Eby, C. A. Appelby, R. Chiswick. Several honorary vice-presidents were also elected, cided upon as fallows White sweat- er with red rose and blue knickers. The regular .practice nights- will be Tuesdays and Fridays at the M. P. Barracks. FOOTBALL EXECUTIVE MEETS TONIGHT. benefit of the odds were being offered freely that he would win by those who were not 'wise.' It was an open secret among the" members of the Canadian teaiaiibat a. certain of the American team was "Spring Fever" The need of a spring medicine seems to be universal. This is due to the fact that during the winter the blood comes impure on account of the hearty food eaten. causet that tired, weary, all gone, feel- ing which is so prevalent at this time of year. BURDOCK BLOOD THAT TIRED FEELING j Mr. F. H. Leard, Saska- toon, Sask., writes: "I have j used Burdock Blood Bitters j as a blood builder and think 3 it an excellent remedy. Ev- j eryone should take it in the i spring to cure that tired feeling that comes to o many at this time of year.' USES IT EVERY SPRINQ Mr. IJ. Lahgley, Hamilton, Ont., writes: have used Burdock Blood Bitters spring-tonic, and I find it the best thing I can take. K builds me right up and I use it every spring. It is ex- cellent for the-blood." en -three days before the big race with instructions to bet that Longboat would not win the i ace if the money could be placed at any of favorable odds. "That Marathon -derby in New Vork.ncortly looks pretty, fishy to in thedty yesterday. me, Spring Medicine CITY AND DISTRICT. Spring Coulee was He has been Meats concluded Kr- Burn- "n tbe country for six jjwrs and vice presi reajiv to run he --an I one of the big farmers of that dis- heat this Frenchman any 01 tt-eni in the Mara- thon distance every month in the yoiir. It looks as if the wonderf-ol i rnnner was .being handed ''or commercial returns.''' DUTY ON OUR WHEAT pitching staff he has got and -also his catchers, Lynch espec- ially being of the classy order. Ho seems to think his greatest trouble .will be in definitely chosing his in- field as they are good men of rare ability in: Class C ball. Corrigan thinks that Lynch will shine as a backstop and expects him to show up about the best in the league. He is a heavy hitter, too. Bidne is equal to any occasion as a form in lumbering methods so as to baseman and he also pitches 'prevent waste. In one area in Britsh j He is pardcuhu-ly strong with the .Columbia, he. said, examinatioii had shown waste to the extent of a mile. CROP FIGURES April: Trade and Commerce Department has furnish- ed ord high conimis- sioner in London with figures of 1 crop last year J bushels of wheat; bushels of wheat produc- i lion west of the Great Lakes, of i which more than fifty per cent, was 1 grown in Saskatchewan. The esti- mated amount still in hands farmers is bushels. Patented Sectional Houses Manufactured in Vancouver, B.C., of the very best Kiln- dried Lumber, in latest de- sk-pa. Prospective builders would do well to write roe before deciding on a house il. S. A. Spencer AGENT ad BOEDER, MACLEOD bat. JOG Corrigan is a brother to Jack Corrigan and his reputation stands goo'd. The two -brothers have played together for a. number of years- McGarry is a third baseman ThefVwilV be a meeting of the ex-i ifew.YoTk, April discuss the ecutive oi' the City Football League tonight in Dr. Stewart's office. Two delegates irom each club form the wneat coming to the U. S., a meeting committee. The constitution and schedule will be drawn up and league officials chosen. LONGBOAT WAS DOPEY. Art Bum. ithe Calgary long dis- tance in Vancouver had the following to say 'to The World before leaving that city for San "Francisco where he -will enter the .of asking for the moval -of import duty on Canadian of members- of the floiir trade of New York Produce Exchange was. called itc [of the exchange. The present scarc- !ity of wheat and the extremely high prices prevailing ior it was given as the reason for the. calling of the trict. He owns a section and-a half and raises from to bushels of wheat and oats each year. He has just unloaded a steam plough ing outfit and 'will start breaking as soon as he can secure coal: In this settlement 'there are two other steam ploughing outfits and three gasoline outdts besides a herd of horses at each ranch- Spring Coulee expects to double its acreage in fall this year. If .they can get enough coal and plow outfits there this year, there will have to be ex- the wheat from being ground. Every during the last two restaurant has to close from twelve to five" a. m. So far: it has served day meals but coal ordered two weeks ago has not arrived so unless this restaurant can. secure a coal supply it-will have to "close till the strike'is, over. W. G. ol Souris, Man., has been committed' for on a charge of obtaining money -un- der false pretences from Mrs. DIcAr- thur, Souris, and for theft', of; moiir eys collected Ior W. H. Meneray ol Winnipeg, Dr. Van's French Femalt the Wife's Friend A reliable regulator; never fails. While these pills are' exceedingly powerful in regulating the generative portion of the, female system, they are "Strictly use. Refuse aH cheap imitations. Br; de Van's at-e sold-at a box, or three for Mailed to any address. The Bcobell owing to the lack of coal one Drug Co., St. Ont. meeting. great Marathon to be run there on May 1st.: _ In connection, with the great Olynv pic Marathon in London last sum- mer in which Burns finished 24th in A NEW APPOINTMENT Edmonton, April B. who will make them all step lively t1ie tiiue the Calgarjr boy to keep up to his pace on third sack. He is a gingery player and said to' be a trifle scrappy. Last year n.e played -with Alexander and his re- cord was par excellence. Taylor "is an Indian showed great :dass with Calumet in 1907 up till the time he took sick, when he was forc- ed to retire from the game. He good condition now and can deliver the goods .old. .style. .The short stop that Corrigaa is after in Waterloo is. a little better than the rest and Jack is anxious to have him join the squad.- Pettijohn is a-col- lege boy who shows up particularly on the bases and at the bat. He may not bo with "the team at .tho start but will report later. Burns has had considerable big league .ex- perience and ougtot to distinguish himself in this league. Corrigan expects by the 26th to have his team in thorough training order and will report in Lethbridge about five days before "the opening {day on the 12th of May, when Medi- cine Hat's scalp will be sought. The team plays in Red Wing next The tola Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THH MARKET Uti Urtnf the liilnrf iri lot of Weitiinttr H. FROM the firm of Cote Smith, of this has been j appointed inspector of mining lands j for the three .western, provinces oi Manitoba, Saskatchewan -and -Alberta. Mr. Smith has left for Southern Al- race in te