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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 25, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Work for the Canadian Clubs. C'liiiiuliaii club iiiombor.s nil ovci-tho ir'imlr.',- H!!iy be intoroKt�l in ho'.uo 't,u>it.i(liiiiH fruiti iin ft'ddi'CMS dcliverod nt llio set'ori:! iiu'olInK of the Caiir inlion t'liib or Vlutoila, U.t'., on wfve lisl of the Zunllh city cliiU, jMiiiih ITjili. riie K|)t'�i will but tho interprelatioji siiy ii is. I* ft iiieiiiber of the I>�.ahbpi foolbnll mulch r)n I-'iiduv work frjr Caniwliun jfor him toysecurc hi* release from '�ii�*�fc IxJtueen the Maple U-afs aii �lt30inJ$35. 'TIm SigJM of SaiMy. ^ That the " Semi-reaJy" �ystem of tailoring must uhimately prevail, just as the manufacture of the finest boots have vanquished the old custom*made boot, is the universal belief of the many who have watched the splendid growth of the idea. "I'hirty-fivo yeiirs ago We.itern Can udii w.ns oti!y u name. Those who fath4'rcd the confederation and wh�> had tho hurdiliuod to foretell that jtlie western portion vould occupy I the po.sillon that it now occupies, wore classed as visionary. Thirty-livj� years ago \Vinn!|x>ff wa.s only a small \;llnKo, reached ly boats com-jing clown the river. It was thought ilhat the westurn limit of possible |too lat� babitntioM lay about 60 miles to the west of Winnipeg. That vast country to the west was practically unknown. Of Uritish Columbia nothing was known except by the gold seeker. Tills province, which is nioi-c richly endowed by natural resources than an.v other In Canada, was spoken of us Ijcing somewhere near the North Pole, fit only for V'skinuis to inhabit. "The first real development followed the influx of settlers from the south-that is east of the mountains Tliisis now going to have a reflex, action to the w�st of those inoun -tains. At first only 8,000 people 'canie in in one i'eur from south of I the line, whilst last year there were j several Limes eight thousand. The I movement is rolling up until It has jhas assumed largo proportions, and jit has had this effect, that J-hc coun-jtry is attracting not only men from the southeru team and this they have toe- "Okl Timars" than one woiilrl not .vet done." "^ nKiny Longuo rimtips. The resju Such is a flipping Ironi the I'^d- - took the big; enJ of the inontoii pa|M!r. The LelWjridge. nwnr . wore b)H hatJ to go some to get it agentent say thol.O'ltea is old en- '''*�� doso and-accurate con*lj>ination oHgh'as a ij�ll-pl�ycr to know wtia# P'^y that the txiafs aixi developing he is doing. Ho sIgiKMl a L^thbrldge ""ff^rs well for their success this contract and cuniiol play a/id . d "It is with reference to that that 1 ishould like to si>cak to you for a few minutes. We have not only dis-proi'cd the erroneous idea that this great western couirtr.v is unfit for cultivotion and habitation, but we have proved that we can produce a larger average \yhcat crop than has ever been produced in North Aihcrica , "When 1 look l>ack for twenty-fo'c yeai'S and then note the cities now built where the buRalo once possussr ed the lund, the vast areas dcvptod to agriculture, when I look back ? ward eighteen years to the existing conditions in Uritish Colun-Jrfa, ntn I not justiflod in saying that wehave dispelled that eronneous impression, and proved that the great western country can invite people to come and possess it with every conddence. "In connection with the develop-to which I look forward the Canadian clubs shpuld, in my opinioo, make it their business to take a prominent part in guiding that development on proper lines. We arc getting all nationalities aitd al] crends; we are assuming certain rc-sponsibilities. Even h�re is British Columbia you have been agitated for. sonvo time past by the question of Oriental iimnigration. Uut I am re-jferring moi'e particularly to the emigration of the Slavonic races to tho provinces cast of the Mainland. "The work of,this club should be to assimilate that population that these may liccomo in time Canadian citizens. (.VpplauM.) That is a work which must lie done, and one inwhich go>eniiiK>iits cannot take part. Thew lieoplc must lie niado first Canadians land must have awakened in thorn that spirit which has more thas anji-thing else made the United States tha marvellous country, it is to-day. We must wuivc them, no matter what their nationality, Canadians (irat.. It can and will lie done through the medium of these clubs. only of. those born across the n-utcr, � �� - - that., has tieen organiy.etl �t ReiJ "Tlppiiig. oil the catcher's signals. Ulcer. * is a.might}' good, thing-ii' you. are . . � . not it," said ArthMr. Ir - WILL SELL P.AHT.pK OIIOIJNDS win, in a i-ecent .fanning fqst, "Apd ' it ib not a new stunt of, the dian� .. ond, either..,; I reni0mb�r owaj' b*ck, Thp C^unvtiiittec on Ways and Means lor .tile, Jbctobridgc and Districts Agin 1888 when the lloston club had , rltuH.ijj;al Spciety recomnwndotl to purchased Mike Kelly and .lohnnic, the general meeting of the m�nl)ers Clarkson for ft fabulpus price i�i ,on Thursday night, throe .ways of .. '". L   -�------ financing the Spcicly. .TiiCctirst. w�b to raise a mortgage �.;f 99,000, at eight per 1ls on tiic north side of the grounds ,Thc strifJ, would bo 14.5 fcot wide and >v.o.uld include 4.6 acres, leaving a5.4 aci'ois, in the. grounds. The third reconuncndation vas to ari;ange for an overdraft at the bank and trust to Providence for fine Heathof and a big crowd to meet it. ThC'ntembers did not care to->jgo fuc|.h>:^�y 10 so as to be submitted to the meeting. - TH E CA SH, DISGOONT. tlioNedays, that he worked the^inc to pctlcctipn. "1 was, playliig, with, Philadelphia and Boston walloped us in the opening gaiucs on our home grounds. When we went to Boston we woit; after revenge. When the two star/i walked otitTun the grounds a chorus of 10,000 got to their fcot and p^id hilarious resiwcts to the new idolij. "I studied Clarkspn's delivery for tvo inningfi,�nd accidentally tumbled so his sigiiaii^ to the infield. His cue for a slow bull was to drop hi? left ban ,d to hii* side, and the ipftelders thcnpullml. around to, the IcH of the. diamond. H'hen.his right, hand dropped it mea|it.. a. fast ball and the ployeia shifted to the right. "Wo worked, Clarjfspn.'s signals in. a hit ahd. run. gainc. When one. of us got, on flrs.t he �:t^s 'iratructed ,to. run on a fnats.bftll. This drpw the, second ba^caiiltn to his.btise and. our hntsmapiras instructed to hit at tho saiffe time- The result in most .instani,. He ma^d^. the 25 milos in. 2 hours, 24 tnifiuties and 20 4-5 seconds,. WHOM. THK CIJTBS HAVE. Secretary Farrell of the Weatera. Canada League has giVQU put the official list of players sigiipd. , l^tl^-bridge seems to .haHe an. .Al>t>f>n,il' Pl"|.Vod in Alberta this sumniiirA Ltfthbridgc, - Mor,i:ison,' Schurch, Brown, Bercs., ^artens, ,|tahlyvl?OSter. NunKio, Seabrooki. Fagettr Lilpdlpy, Kares, Qberts, Fchl, SulUvaii, Konr cig. Decker, Fognrty, Fogarty,, O'-IKm, Orogan, FiuUi, Sielert.. Medicine Uat.-Spri�g, Haley, H�rt. man, IloUis, Lind^ey, Howe, Behny, Voung, ' Neorsthoimor. Kerr, Campbell, Ilickey, Pony,. McClain.. Calgary.-Dciscoll, Av�rhill. n aart corporatioa of that city, and in ball llules," "f" VepU- to. the add�.ss General Botha aball hit*. t�.e n,for.�l to the previous plro bofore the ^^^f'^.'""^f^nd' no when on the battlefield he must declare It a dead ball and �^,,,ounded by Englishmen base ""n*-;^"S"!.*!!'nners and �S�ln�t his will. Tho General added bases were �"'�*^ ^'^J^..'^^'"' tl..^t he was thankful now that he tho batter was hit with a pltchw ^ t, ,,,,^ ^^,^1, ball, what become, of the n�n on ^ ,.,^ber of third? Is he to remmin? I The following hkve itrnyed from the preuiises of the underaigned : 1 bay gelding.^randed N on left hip, vinted with N on left shoulder I bay gelding, branded R V on right shoulder. 1 bay gelding, branded R V on right shoulder. W 74 on right hip,Ok'i^l'Pn Newspaper. A reward of 95 each witt-fce paid for their return to BEX VIRTUE, Uthbridgp. Sub.scrilnii for this newspaper and rcniciiiher that one of tho noblest works of creation is the man who aSt-ways poys the printer; he is sure of a bunk in paradise, \ylth thoqtloss roses for a pillow by nif^t and nothing but gold to look at by day.- AgMin: "A base runner hit by a legally batted ball in fair territory is out. Tho batsman, however, must run to first, but may be put out if it is possible to do,so." Then under section 6, rule .tS, it says: Englishmen without foar of the consequences. Cardfton sold |30,000 debenturoi fat f38.7ir.2�. Edmonton real eststc booming Camrose. N . .�..U... mNARU'A VASfBRITtT:. men arc UNnfGKT CURBS h Chicago man dropjjod plc are talking of bor-eupied? Tha rult.AtM aoi aay so, ing for gaa. THE BARGAINS of last week are still contmuing ! NEW STOCK expected in a few days. TheJ.BrowiiCd.Lt^ SucceB8ora_to the Co-Operative Association HEUUCTIOX LV POST BATES O.V nUITISH PEBIODICALS. Hon. II. Lomieus, Postniuster-Ocn-cral has announced an agixionicnt reached between hiin.sulf and the Postmaster General of Great Britain by which the rates of postage upon British nuuspapers, iiuiga/ines, and trade journals would, fi'mn May 1, 100", be ruducoil from 4ii per pound to Id per pound. This would in  elude journals posted by individuals, as wtll as from the office of publication. One condition ol' the agree -mcnt, which is to last for four .voars i.s that Canada will cany five of charge alt newspapers sent by steamers subsidized by the Canadian gov-ernmeiii. Grunt Britain rccogni/.es that Canada i.s entitled to sjHscial consideration, owing to her geographical situation and the necessity of encouraging British santiuient. THE WAY STBATHCONA DID IT.' The Strathcona Cp(iBeil duriac th�' | past week.purc(iaaed 900,000 worth' I of property that waa put on tha ] ttiarkot by tho town-site conpaay, | it will be used to provide itesiifor '. manufacturing; catablishmanu �n4i< ^ public buildingsand two blwkii-near ; the power hou8f� on tha rlvar Ironfc' -, us a public park. Tha couiijcU.v^haa.l jshown unusual busiaosa acumen, ia v stepping in and taitlag advaQtagB or the opfjortunity wbtch preosji^ad � it- ' ; 'self. 'J'he policy i� one from- wfcic|i(, I tho municipality must i�a|(.C' ihabk;^ direct and indirect advaatafM. j -J^"^ the � - ��'�'^~-!--':-----<-^-^^^^ iKople ol � towfi fjn ^vlae^^ that It is destined to haw .oonsMwr-. I able growth, tbelr reprwi|atatlve�^ should see that,in tN ,