Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 16, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta
4M OUR Blackberry Cordial and Wild Strawberry Compound have become atoririnrd remedies iii nlmost every household osppcitilly during August nntl September,. J.D.Higinbotham&Co KALISPELL WON First Baseball Match with the Savage* Xethbridge w08 defeated in a lose-ball uuvUh at the new Athletic grounds last, night. There was quite ;a crowd on hum! expecting to wit-Iness u National League exhibit.on of 'baseball between tlu8 Vrcsa Houk.g lnJurossll)ly even three o'clock. Then lie | j.;. Thompson, no v. of High Hlvor. has.to lie back in harness again for j The seed brought In weighed "id lbs. the evening ami Is thus effectually i i,> the bushel, but prize grain has cut oft from anything In the nut are 11,�., grown In the Cardston distrk't of sports except a few measely horse going 05 pounds to the bushel races and not many of them owing average Is 02 pounds, to the time at which ho I* expected; Now this Alberta red* Is being back at work. Nhipped back to the country it came As for lacrosse, baseball, football, jfrom, much improved In weight and etc., ho gets no chanco and receives J selling nt $1.00. an advance of untn mid Ills out to The con-two and CONCERTS, RECITALS, ANDone lhrw? | the sixth Innings vos tour to one lO'Conncll umpired and he was not. a howling success by any mentis. Tho Lethbrntge team will be sldcrably Improved in the next games with the Montana nine victories for the Savages should le recorded though the visiting team Is a cracker Jack. Tho teams were as. follows: Kalispell:-Stoner, s. s.; Augwjod. 3b.; Van Tassel 1 3b.. lseminger, c I.. Peterson, e , Soulc l.f , Cravens lb. Raash p.. Spunnouth r.f. Lothbridge- Burlier c. Bailey 2b.. Simons s.s.. Pearson 8b.. Bennett lb.. Anderson p.. Kenny r.f.. Moore c.f., Lee If. The score by inning* was: LECTURE RECITALS. Collegiate year from September 1st to Juno 30th. Studios over Ms Mew Store. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Terras Modtnte. Protptttut on application. Opera House. Rl. AUG. 17 Regal Entertainers in Refined High Class Vaudeville. Musical Acts Fire Acts Novelty Acts ' Black Fa"e Comedy 18 rounds of the Corbett-Jeffrey fight; also 14JMXJ fevt of comic pictures in tlx Two hours continuous merriment no consideration, yet if he fails to attend the fair ground and buy bndges and "tickets for all tho games ho Is cried,down as being non-put rlotic toward his own town. i'V.\ VOL flLAMtC HIM? If the s|k�rts committee had any "Gel-up and gel" in them they would haw had His Worsh'p pi.�-clalm a Civic Holiday for either ono whole day or two half days us � would have been done and is customarily done in other towns on similar j occasions. ! INFBRKSOK-Tlio sports coiiunit-! tee Is too slow to stop quick, j Thanking you. Mr. Editor [your valuable space, I am | * Yours truly. CLERK. what it cost five when for cents over brought In. W. It. Drown and V. Grlsmon of Spring Coulee, soJd 4C00 bushels of Alberta Hed to Mr. Strong and It averaged 01 pounds to the bushel In weight. We failed to make note of the presence of Superintendent Wilson with the Correspondents lust wok. The i-Mipt. Is one of the*most en tcrtainlng men in Southern Alberta. With his "Police Yarns" of the long ago he regaled the Correspondents and undoubtedly some of his stories will iw given a' place In the news -papers they represent.- Magrath Pioneer. Fertile Free Press.-C. V. Lang of Frank, president of tho CrowVNest Lncrosso League, has decided that tho protested Jacrosso gam* between Crnnbrook and Lethbridge shall bo played at'Frank oh August 90. .1.1 Is stated that Frank has offered the teams their entire expenses anil >)'"> besides. President Lang has probably, lived tip to tho letter of the law In decld Ing as he has done, but he has come far short of tho spirit of thenrlMcs drawn up by tho league. Fernlo wa* tho prime mover In tho formation ot tho Crow's Vest lacrosse, Ijengur and a Fertile cltlr.eu Mr. Goorgo Lo-vasseur, put up tho trophy for which Cranbrook and Lethbridge are now playing. The constitution of sh league, recognising Fernlo's claim in this regard, makes provision for tlu playing ot draws or tie gnmes^ nt Ferule, but by tin oversight nothing > was said of protested games. Vred-' dent Lang has taken advantage nf this oversight to lake the game to Frank. Apart from the sentimental point of view-for no more fitting nuinter ot doing honor to the memory 'of the generous patron of the game could have been selected than the playing of this game nt Fern'e-apart ftom this view, Ferule offers the most nil-vantages for the holding of this Ms game. � i v . INCORPORATED. (,670 Hot Weather Snaps. Tu TAIIKtt'S CHALLENGE. V.ditor lethbridge Herald. Ladies' Shirt Waist Suits in Cream Navy and Green rcgulai $8.75'for 6.75. White Muslin Blouses regular $1.25 for 99c. Regular $1.75 for $1.35- if 25 only Woman's Fancy Bloutet regular 1.50 to 2.25 your choice for $1.00 . Kalispcll . , Ijelhhridge i a :� � "> d 1 1 0002-1 10 0 0 0 0-1 POWDER UNDER DOOR Attempt to Blow Up Jack Scott's! Htttsc Department of. Agriculture. Health of Animals Iraaeh NOTICE A feature of the game was that there was "no bases on balls." F.N.10Y MUSICAL THF.AT Netsou Audience tHdighted by Hahl's Singing. Miiis Nelson News: It was lightful entertainment a most de-that Miss CinenietoKroph. Olivia l>abl and Mi�s Uina Smith j provliled at Shermnn's opera house : last evening. There v as u fairly Come ami bring the el Columbia IMJWNER HI.�>('K Open Thursday Next, August 9th mil livery thing new throughout table supplied with Ix-st tin-market affonls OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Meal Tickets. S5.00 Choso Jam Jvasg Us hildreil. Kood si/ed audience ami everyone 'present thoroughly enjoyed the voenl and instrumental selections, as was I evidenced by the enthusiastic np-_ , pin use after each numl�er and the Il6Slia.Ura.nL numerous encores. � Miss Dahl's voice is one of peculi�eeh lessened. ! lock Scott or any othej; man has a right to work In the mines If he wants to. This is a free country ami strikers make iheniKclvi* crlm Inals when they interfere with the liberty of their fellow men. A causu that has to resort to crlm'nal measure* to mako men stay away from work, is completely ruined by such tactics.' Tho explosions might mean the destruction of Attention is directed to tho foi -lowing chnnges in the Regulations re Mange, mado by Order in Council dated July 33rd, 1000:- (1) Dur.ng tho present season there wilt bo no compulsory dipping of cattle, other than those found to be alTcctcd with Mange, or to have been in contact with affected anlm -als, as provided in tho general order in Council of date June 27th, 1001. (2) No cattle other than those m"n'! consigned to Winnipeg or to points ' in Canada cast of Winning, shall tie removed or be allowed to move out of a tract which may be described as bounded on the south by the International llotindnry line, on the by the llocky Mountains, on the north by the Hed Do.�r and Sas-kutchew.ni Itlvcrs to tho line .ie -I ween ranges 7 and fl rest of the 3rd Principal Meridian and on the east by the said lino between ranges seven and eight went ot the Urd Principal Meridian south to the international Itoundary line, unions Ihey nru accompanied by the certificate of an Inspector of tho De-| part men i of Agriculture slating that not on,v|they have been exnminod by him. and a house. foun,| fr(H, from contagion of mango, but tho loss of llfc-the lives ot m�n . Any MJch wt,|e. however, shall, if and women and chlWron-and still ,|,vlne(l ,,ivisablo by the Inspector, no thought seems to be taken of . ,w .idai,,,,,!. dipped, sprayed or oth-such a possibility. Tho men who are (vrw\w xreuled in Buch manner ns Dour Sir.-Just a few lines to ask you to put a challenge lu your pop. er. We went down to Medicine Hat ; to play afrlendly game of ball a-| gainst that place and were quite sur-1 , prised to see that they hud tho reg- 1 j ular Calgary battery, Cust and Ford I and Anderson, n spare pitcher. Our i boys weto nervous and 6f course lost � tho game, but the sympathy of the crowd was with us. Kindly put the 1 following lines in your paper: "The Tabcr Baseball Team would Ij be glad to have a friondly gamowith >l Medicine Hat and are prepared to (I bet from one to two hundred dollars that Taber can defeat Medicine Hat "not Calgary" tho betting to bo on the side so tho boys profess -ional standing will not be affected. Choice of grounds, Medicine Hat or Taber. MANAOKH TAOKR HAIJ, TK.VM. Taber. Alberta. >l Bargains for Men. Any John ft. Stetaon hat in the atore for' $3.75 Men's Colored Shirts regular $1.25 for 85c. Hudson's Boy Co PHONE 31 A telegram has Ijeen received from Lctbbrklge, Inviting tho High lllv.-r lacrosse team to play there on Aug. 16th. AH expenses paid. Wake up hoys!-High lUvcr Times. Mr. .1. II. Schofleld spent Friday and Saturday Inst In Calgary, arranging for the matches for the Provincial Football championship, j The first game Is to be played in j Calgary between tho Plncher Creek team and the Caledonians of that place, and the last game of (ho �ea-son to bo played here between the home team and the Caledonians. Th� dntes have not yet leen decided on but will probably I e next week. - ! Plncher Creek Kcho. The I>>thbr'idge lacrosse team ex-nect to make a tour, taking In I'd-monton, Stratheona and Cnlgnrv. Ry. Ask your ticket agent Cor ticket* [via the Wisconsin Central _To-- Milwaukee, Chie�|o, �nd All Point* East tad South , Dining cars For'full information uddresB H.J. Rergemann, IravelliiiK agent, 371 Kobert at., St. Paul, >linn.; or .las. C, Pond, general passenger agent, Milwaukee, Wis. perpetrating these acts, should !h> punished as severely ns tho law will permit. i After tho report of the explosion was given to tho city police Investigation was commenced and us a result two arrests were made. One wuh thai of Peter Osochi and th.i other a boy named Mike Rosuskl. The latter has been released. Ose?iii received a preliminary hearing fr.d the court vas adjourned for a week. 1I1G WHEAT CROP IN I*. S Will Harvest Biggest Crop in. History. Its the Veterinary Director General may from time to time prescribe. (8) So railway company shall ac cept or load at any point within tho said tract any shipment of ca'Hlo destined for any point west of Winnipeg or for export to tho rnitod States or elsewhere via any point on tho International Boundary, west of Winnipeg, except for immediate slaughter ns hereinafter provided, unless such shipment is accompanied by the certificate of an Inspector. I (4) Cuttle originating west of | Winnipeg, whether wHhln tho above : described tract or not, consigned to 1 Winnipeg, or to points east thereof, shall lie inspected at Wjnn'pog, and no railway cono-ny shall iv'm.so .such cattlo at Winnipeg or loin' such cattle for reshipment therofrmi ; until they have boon submitted ly FARMKHS MAV START. (Calgary Albcrtan.) Tho Farmers' Association of Al borta Is seriously considering the proposition ot establishing n pork packing establishment m Alberta. Tho Central Association bus sunt out communications to local assoc -iations regarding the advisability of establishing such an industry and asking .the numlior of hogs in the district. In the majority ot cases the local associations have replied favoring the establishment of such un institution. Now York. Aug. 0.-W. C. Urovn. vice-president of tho Now York Cen-aal system, returned recently from a Journey of mora than throe Ihotis- j daylight to an Inspector of the Inland miles through tho middle West, j partmcnt of Agriculture and ceiti- The WatHen Mill. Tho Herald asked A. L. McPhers >i the Medicine Hut Woollen Mill representative io supply some ,'urther information altout tho Wooll'n M 11 fur tho enlightenment of the r>.te -payers who are to vote on the bylaw next week. The Inltiul question in conned".n with any industry Is does It piy.' li It does not pay it Is of no adv.tiii � age to any one and we are .letter without it. There is aprospect of bringing a Woollen Mill to I/>ln -bridge. Will It pay? Let t� >.-.> ia-to tho figures and before conuniVng ourselves find out Just how nm;lei: stund. A short statement of the cut the mill and the returns to '�� pectmI if the mill is run night day: Stoves We handle the very best makes. Be sure and see them before buying. The Central Hardware Store CJ. L. VROOM AX VACANT Jl'UUUSHlPS. 'J'horo aro two vacant judgeships.; ono In Alberta and one is Huskatcb- \ ewan. Mr. T. C. Johnstonne of He- I gina is doubtlesH Hinted for the odd la this province and his appoint-tnont to tho position would le a popular ono as well us one following tho principle of promotion, for he has been tho veteran lawyer of the west for' many yearn. * For the vest-crn Judgeship. Mr. Bock of Edmonton, bus. spoken of, hut it it Is . now rumored that wilJ go to Mr, Stuart qf, Calgary.- Iteglnn Standard.*'* undertaken with tbo object of as certaining thoactual crop situation. In speaking of his trip Mr. Brown said: "I IkmIcvo tho Vnltod States this year will htirvest a larger quantity j of grain of all sorts than over l*-fore and will market it at a better price, considering tho site of the crops. Tbo wheat crop In tho six States in which I havo personally made investigation wilt be magnin -cent. Kansas this year is gong to , produce a wheat crop of 90.000,000 j bushels. I^ist year Jt produced 87 ; 000,000 bushels. Tho corn crop Is ; in splendid condition. In Kunsu* land Xehraska a corn crop on as ,, large a scale as ever before is' prac- onservutory ,.f Muse here intends (Uoft)1 nfi81|m|i lowft w|, duw o form by September first thr. e or-j M0 fl00 ^ ,,,,,, flf etiestras m connection with the Con Bi'ing a l^'thbridge coie.pl nv w.th Its head ofllce in this city its earnings V 111 he spent here, and if us intended, the cupaclty will lie doiil�-led within a year o r two it will mean so much more money spent hure. From every stunilpoliu tin proposition In good. It is so good one has to think closely to realise how good it is. An investment that* tieildex helping the c'.ty, providing more employment for the |M>ople here, can pay tho shareholder* hiind-soine dividends, and will ha\e (he �'' j support of every intelligent anil en- .m;c and other contagious or infeci.'o diseases. f,*i) Cut tlu found on insoJC'ion to be affected with Mango or otuer '-'i tagious or infectious disease shall l.e dealt vllh as may lie ordovl * by tho Inspector. Owners and persons In cnur^o of cattle are strongly urged to d'p or otherwise treat them in a ihor.ugli and systematic manner whJthor in dicntlons of Mange are present or not. Tho disease, whilo under control. Is not entirely stumped out and carelessness or neglect may render It necessary tor tho Department to revert In tho near future to tho policy of compulsory dipping. Tho provisions of the Order in Council of 27th Juno, 1004, remain in force. Tho prov'sions of the Order in Council of tho 10th July, 190S. with tho exception of that rnpiirW compulsory dipping. are continued by tho Order in Council of 3Srd .July. 1906. Soo posters. SOO.OOO n-s. wool at 17ic $87.SOO. 100,000 lbs rags at -lie ...... 4.S00 Wages............................... 27.300 Fuel ami etc...................... 2.S0O Supplies, taxes, insurance 5,000 $120,800. 200.000 lbs. blankets at 00 $120,000 150,000 lbs. blankets 48c 72,000 Loss 10 p.c. soiling cost $102,000 .. 19.200 $172,000. One night Inst week "hl(;h jinks' wore raised nt No. !J. Two mounted policemen attempted to arrest a drunken man. The fet -low grubbed a foncj unit held on for dear life all tho time yell ns for help. Finally a bunch of men emerged from a house nnd camo to there conn tides rescue and succeodiHl in getting him away. More pollcemm were summoned nnd after a lively struggle tho drunk, and seven of tho men who Interfered with the police mon, wore arrested. by J. D. Higinbotham & Co. 8,800 7,200 ,T. O. RUTHERFORD. Veterinary Director Qoneral. Interest and principal payable annually on $40,000 twenty year debentures ... Contingencies .................., . $10500. Surplus........................... $85,500 From this it appears tho mill is a paying proposition and will bo a good thing for its shareholders. The noxt question is hov will it benefit any city. Tho benefit to this city.Mr MePhorson points out aro as foi lows: Tho addition of some fifty workpeople to tho population; tho open ing in our midst of a market for all the wool thnt can be grown in this district, u i i. I CI'ASIS RKTI'IISS. FXCl'RSIOXS TO VASCOUVKH AS I) VICTORIA An excellent chance to visit Vancouver and Victoria is ulTorded by tho Canadian Pacific excursions on August 15th to ISth inclusive, when a rate of single fare plus two dollars for the round trip is in effect from nil stations in Alberta to these points. Kxcursion tickets hear � going limit of twenty days, and u final return limit of sixty duys from date of Issiifc. stopover being per mltted within theso limits en routo. Full information may he obtained on application to any Canadian Pacific agent, or by writ'ng Mr. J. V. proctor, travelling passenger agent, Calgary. Ottawa, Aug. 0.-Further leucim if the censiin in Manitoba, Snskitl -chewnn and Allierta were Issued today. Sixteen pi n ies in Muuiloiiu. give a loin! population of 124.317. as iikiUuki ill.'.MM In Itiul. They i iv llruixloii, ( allium, Ihiiipllin. (ilail-stone, , incr.uts,' 1,081. St. Boniface 5,120, increase 8,101. lu Saskatchewan tho aggregate furnished by Alameda, Arrolu, Cam duff, Uiiviclson, Indian Head, Mouse Jaw, Oxbow, tJu'Appelle, Region. Saskatoon, \\ a pel la, Whitewood and Wolseley is 22,242, an incroane in five jours of 15.202. Tho lat)st returns in Saskatchewan are: Indian Head, 1,515; ga'n 777. Moose .law 0,250; gain 1,002. Oxbow 580; gnu 800. Qu'Appelle 778, gain !144. Reglna 0,217. gulp 3,908. lu Alberta the aggregate yielded by tho towns of Calgary, Cardston, Edmonton. Fort Saskatchewan. 1-a-combo, Ijoduc, lyothbridgo. Stafford conn and Wetuskiwin is .17.025. or cona and Wetaskiwln is 37,025,. >r Mncleod. l'onoka. Red Deer, Strath-cona and Wetaskiwln is 37,025, or an increase of 33.310 since 10O1. FOR s.vu:. Alberta Red Wheat. Seven mtl'i� south east of Lethbrldjjo at wind mill. 75 cents per bushel. p. jc. Kkouson. 1 nitn. For dry, cracked lips, or roiigl skin, uso Dr. Shoop's Grcon -Salvi It positively makes lips and .skin liki Velvet. Sold by .1 D. JUnjiitothan & Co. . . . Us*"'' �'