Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 22, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta
lis iirt([i\ir-r-frn'vfi'fi-nriii nit'T'; LETHBRID6B HERALD nHNTING CO.. LTD. a D. AUSTIN, Uitor aid Maugcr. W. JORDAN. Sivt � J* DeNrt^��- StfBSCRlPTION: tn Adv�ne� - 100 year OthtrwiM - MOO a year ADVERTISINO: PAr'lContb SLOO Per Inch trlumpiis, n loving piAlic extends to the bereHved ones the sympathy thet was ever' extended to others by the tiecea�sd indnister and his helpmnto in life. Duck shooting season opens on Aug 231x1. It will lye '29 for the sucks for sure. OUR POINT IF VIEW Canada's Trade. That Cana trade returns for the joar. Durin^iT the twelve months end int; June 30th, the import trade showed an increft.sc of $05,723,960, while the export trado to Great llri-iain and other groat markets showed a decrease. The increase of home consumption is sueh as to leave a mo i^oiiac..�.....- - - already |Siuallcr nniount of products for ex- couirtiny their majority in the next jpopt while the rapid increase of pop-Houae of Commons. An Ottawa ulation caused a demand that the . ��d, out the encounigingnews home producers cannot meet. It bo-'het U�e Tories will carry every igins to look as if the nuwiufacturers province but air Hltobert chieC. The mowtte prophet htt��allen^ [ The World Of Spcrt. J In a lacrosse game playod ot Van-couwr, B.C., on Saturday botwcon Voncouver and New Westminster, tlw Vancouwr teere-, scored the first two goals by excellent plnv, ond then ten thousond dollai-s of Vancouver money was put up on the fteJd and taken even by Westminster. Then Ithe Westminster team scored live straight goals, and two Vancouver sports were hit for a thou."Mind dollars each on the result. 1*0 Con9er\"ativcs are ories wiJ ^^^^ geotia jwill soon have to ask for protection Quebec ww^ ppoph�t-in- againet the demand rather than og-of the father aiost foreign competition. Tho' Quebec bridge was tooted as a wonder when it wa� announced, and is the objeot of much curiosity now flbat it is being built. But it is only a culvert compared with the leth-I>ridge bridge. The bridge across the St. lAwrence is 3300 (�et long and is l&O feet above the water at high tide, whereas the bridge acrosa the Bellyis 5327 feet loi� and will be 300 feet above high water. This groat bridge will bring much fame to the city. Ontario papers are ptoting thait several townships in Orey and Bruce are half depopulaited by migratioa ito the Weat. To use the old Jolce, Orey and Bruce are good places to come fronn. out his When Bill Miner dug his way of penitentiary, he proved that nama had some significance. Messrs. L. A. Tashereau, M. L. A. and Mr. C. Hiellencourt have entered suit against 1m. t^atrie for damages arising from the Bourassa meeting in Quebec. The HeraM does not know how to pronounce the nama of the second gentleman, but it looks as if there will be Hell-in-court for once anyway. 0�ir Excellent Schoola. The School Board meets to-night by special call of the chairman. The most important nmttai' that will probably come up for consideration is that of more accommodation. Home time ago the Board decided to build a new school on the site of the present Central school, but the financial stringency aeeiaed to put a tfuietus on the proposal. The greatly increased attendance at the opening j�~ - ----------- - . emuc work is concernwl. The most interesting event of the week, to at least three-fourths of thc city's population took pUcc on Mon day monting at nine o'clock when Principal Ifam'il'ton and his stafT entered upon another school year. J he attendance was very large f>)r ;.no opening day, there being 344 . i>ils on hand, as against 2-14 on the ticen-ingday last year. At the Wcsimi'i-star School there were 94 pupils, U20 in the Public School de|>artment of Central School and 30 in tha �igh School. The last figures are particularly gratifying to tlie Ijethhridge public. Two years and a half ago there were 13 pupils taking Hiigh School work. It is expected that by Soiitcntber 1st, the nunsbcr in this department will be at least forty. BETTER THAN COLLEGES. There has been a tendency anKing Lethbridgu people to send their sons and daughters to outside schools and [Wolloges to be educated. With a school w th the .standing and efficiency of the Lethbridge school, this is not necessary for academic (education. Records show that no pupil who was not successful in 'taking a department al examination from the local school has heen successful in passing an examination recognized by departmental authorities, in this or any other province. A representative of a boys college told the Herakl the other day that if ail the public and high schools did as good work as the Lethbridge schools, his college would go out of business as far as ocad - Tlic Culcary City fooll>all team defeated the champion Calidonians la.s-t Thursday by 1-0 in the Iwst game of the season. The time is getting short for the lacrosse team to get into shape to meL't Iho Northern champions. If tliey are to �be in shape there must be larger numbers out to practice and harder work must be taken. The final games w^ill mean eighty minutes of the hardest work the boys have done for many nnonths and no player will be able to go the limit who Is not in tip-top condition. Every caie must be taken and every oppoit unity taken to get into the best possible shape Regular, systematic hard work ntust be dons and every rule of athletics obeyed if n team steps on the field that will hold w^hat we nowi have, the Legislative Assembly Cup. Ev-erybodi" dovn to business. Have two full dozens on the ground every iniglvt. Practise! PKACTISE! HOW AND WHEN TO ROOT. I The men who sit in the press box at the ball games have ladled out advice unstintedly to twirlors, backstops, infieldors and long di.stance mon. They have praised antl censured, reproached and cheered. They have told the managers how ihc teams ought to be run, and have modestly given "his umps" pointers ]on tho fine spots of the game. They ! have even toW the weather man what he could do to help the cause along. There is only one who has any cause to complain of n�glect- the bleach -crite. though at liiilcs theiv was good i)lay ing. Schurch atwl Mollis both re -ceiMed ptinishmi^t with 12 awl W hits respectively. Score 10-7 for Benny. } But the game last night wtis il hoart-ibrcaker. We won it and tBeil lost H twice. In the last innings It scenxyl inipo.s.sible to put out the gas tio Bcrmy hel|H>d the fellows liy stepping across the plate. He was afraid that the gative would revert to tba eighth innings on account of darkness. Works was put In to win tho rubber and he certainly did his shara if fanning thirteen men and making two hits counts at all. Kippcrt pitched but w�is wild, allowing soven free tickets. His support was none of tho bofrt, either, mufts -by O'Neil and |x>or judgment hy Nunzic mnk -ing the game hard to win. llw! local inftcid pla.yed fas^t Imll, pulling olT three double plays. In Imt'ting goiKt ones like O'Dea. Fostor, Kippcrt and O'Neil did nothing, while Mack-in, O'-llrion and Nunzio, who got � honior, | did tho bulk of tho stick work. j During tho whole series tho 1 wo umpires. Priest ami Xoolands, nwdo few mis'takes and allowed no m.^,both at iLethbridge and Raymond, he'was much balovod by bis paopie to whom he devoted his Hfe without ottnt. His interaat to the youDfr rocnand young.women of the pommunitiai was particularly notioeaMe. Mr. and Mrs. McKi^op's faooie Ims bwn alwaya open to the .VOUDf peoplo away from tlielr own .homeif. AHfaough ho was not strong en .oui^ during the la�t few years to '!:��� active as heratorore, tho public ?:^Ui tliai a strong man is cone. At)cl npv ,tiiat lia'tans finished bis workand 'ii�fC''tlw Bcens of bis confllets and LETHBRIDGE. AB.R.H.PO.A.E. And this .same individual wins or loses many a game for the homu team. O.' the loyal'ty of the fans there has been no question, but of their discretion at time's it has not becnpossible to use woMs of praise. One consummate piece of fooliijhnuss frtfiucntly indulgod in on the Calgary Weachers is piviag advice to thehoino players whan at bat. A little ro -flection would convince anyone who is a true lover of tho gome that this cannot help the l:)atter at nil, and is often disastrous to him. Kvcn more than when fielding g dilBcult ball he needs when facing the pitrfier to be absolutel.v conceirtrated on what he is doing. To have oven �-oll, meant words of encouragement handed out nt this time is not a wise procedure. j>Let the batter entirel.y alone when he is waiting for tho ball. If tho player deserves encourafgement give it to him before he faces the pitcher. .'\nd not only are batters rattled by the well-meaning but unsophistic-atefl fan. Fielding errors are often duo to .something shouted at third baseman or shortstop, or plaj-ers in other positiions, while in tho act of handling ditlicult grounders or high flyers. A very little is sufficient to cause a slight distraction, and a waver of n tenth of a second or the slightest glance away fromthe bal^ means always a fumble or a wild throw. Help out the bas3 runner all you like brother fan, and yell encouragement till everybody on the field is galvanized, but do it judic -iously or harm rather than good is bound to result. Pofttor c.f. .. O'Brien s.s. Mnck'in 2b. Fogarty 2h. O'Dea ....... Kippert ...... Buos 8b...... O'Neil ....... Niuv-io ...... White ........ ........4 ........'i .......t .......0 ........4 ........3 ........8 .....,.4 ........4 .........4 0 2 0 0 2 5 4 1 3 2 0 0 O 12 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 Funeral of Vietimt. Cranbrook Herald: The bodies of Perney and Ktieler were brought in Th\ir9day on No. 5 in the baggage car. aiKl the body of Murgatroydwas brought in Supl. Ei'ickson's private car. accomponied by the sorrowing wile and children. The funeral of Benjamin .1. Murgntroyd and J. J. Kooler was holjd this aftei-noon at 2 o'clock. Th^ Ixjdy of .\. fl. Perney was forwardod oit the afternoontrain to Ne\n York state, the home of his parents. The funeral was held from tho English church. Rev. Flewelling officiating, iissistod by .1. F. Arnt -strong, nneing closed at the time. After the services headwl by the two hearses tho greait procession of sympathizing frionds would their way to the Eng-li.>�h church cemetery, oast of the ftity wrfiero the remains were laid to rest. There was a woalth of floral tributes that covered the caskets,and the.v cams from brotherhoods and individuals. The pall lienrors for the firemen wciv3 as folldws-. .1. McLoan, C. E. McCurdy, Tn.v lor, H. Robinson, B. McParlnne, I'.. Miller. The pall tonnr.s lor ilu- engineers were as follows: .T. Rolvils, E. Rob insoit, .1. Warnock, M. Barney, M. Gillis, C, Veandlo. The energy a smoll boy expends in a bell game would cultivate a acre of potatoes if attached to tho end of a hoo handle, A block-head isn't tlie only chap who celebrates his wooden wedding. .And there ought to be deal more professional and fessional courtesy e.vtendod umpires. The time has gone a great unpro - to the by for taking it out of him by roasts and cries of robber. Thei-e's a supreme court judge to whom to a|>f>eal- the president ot tho league. If you really believe the umpire is inrofflcivol.-F.d -monlon Saturday News. The scone mad�t week resulted in o tie between F. Kenny and W. Cousins with 49 each. In the shoot-ofi W. Cousins won. For second prize J. L. Catdor and R. A. Wilkes tied, the former winning in tho shoot-olT. MEDICINE HAT vs. LEITHBRIDGE Lethbridge hosol;all team covered Itself with glory and the Mad Hatters with Whitewash on Monday night. Fogarty was the wholegoods pitching a splendid game with only three hits ond no froc passes regis -terod against him. Cook was knocked out of the box in tho third. Lo-goir WaS no puzzle to the locals. Tho sooi� wAs.^ 8-0, the worst defenit the Benny bunch has sullered during tho season. Their success rather upset the norve of tho bunch or |>crhapH it was tho unwise treatment ot their friends. But whatever tho cause, tho Coal Barons wcra all to the bod on Tues-flay and tholr opponents were littlo better. The game was one of the rankest exhibitions seen this year al- 3-) 7 9�26 16 3 IV,wiy oirt stoplving over plate. By innings: 123466789 Medicine Hat ....01000231.5-12 Lethbridge .......0 0013210 0- 7 SUMMABY. Eaml to give and to got value raocivod. Edmonton has been incroasing fits lead in the pennant race by iakinff single and double headers from Fid-ler's FlS^ivs with a cotnniendablo reg^ ulnri'ty. ft. That on examination 'Ix" pre-.scribcd in AlRchra for Standard V.; 7. That tho prescribed coui-se in physics bo distributed among Stand -tttxis VI., Vil. and VIII.; that physical googi-aphy 1� taken oft Standard VII. and a suitable coui-se in physical and comiiiorcial googra.phy Ijc presented for S'tnmlaid VI. 8. That the following te.vM)ooks are un.satisfactory; "Text books in history, botany, physics. Standard VI., geometry VI.. VII. and VIII.; Indus'trial history VIII. 6. That Mills' chemistry Ikj suhsti-tuKHl for the present textbook in chemi.h'at wo heartily approve the progressive step which tho Govern -mont has takeen granted. COUTTS ITEMS. Mrs. C. Begin ot Lethbridge is visiting her daughter Mrs. E. Fltzpnt-rlck nt Swcot Grass. Avory enjoyable time was spent last Sunday at Bear Creek ranch, �wvoral ranchers and people from town took advantage of the fine weather and drove out. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday last, the different ranchers around had their c-attle in for dipping. Some two thousand head went throitgh the vat. Major Mackio come in on this morning's train from his ranch at Milk River. Rev. Father Vantighen was down from Lethbridge fast week, visiting his parish here. P. It. Buckley is in from his ronch today. Mostly all tho ranchers are busy milking hav while the .sun shines. jKLBION lUDGE. Miss Gertie Dijvis is honm from the Gait Hospital, where she has boon for soven weeks under tho skilful care of Dr. .Galbraith. We are gl^ to SCO hor around, but it will be some time before she is her old self again. ilarvo.9ting has started here. Mr. Lynn has cut his fall wheat which is n good crop and J. Davis has cut some oats. I Mr. A. Wab:'i has been on the sick list for a couple of weeks. I We have our new post office started with Mr. Lynn as post master . and Bdwaid Lynn as mail carrier to Rocky Coulee. I Our new school opened two weeks ago with Miss S. NarUiom as toaoh- cm-. Thore was n meeting of the faith -ful few nt Mr. Gleason's, and Mr. Parrot is to preach at Kcho at three o'clock ever.v Sunday and here at 7 p.m. I Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hunt were Auctioneer's Announcement A. ' JAMES B. GIBBON B�g� to Miaottaec to the ��bUeofL�tlKbrMf�Mid dittriet that he hms oprKl fellow without having to pass through the gloomy shades of an academic life. The stamling c�f the Imgue now is Played. Won. Lost. PC. ISdmonton ......6S 40 28 ..'^88 Moriicino Hat ..74 43 Lethbridge . ...70 3.''. Calgary .........68 23 m .aes 83 .500 45 .238 Manager Bonny in confident of winning the pcnnnot and ia offering money to bock up his confldenco. He has Aftom games to piny at home yet and fools it in his bones that the Mg majority will, go to bis "won" column. The flght promises to be close and exciting. HUOSOrS BUY COMPIINY Special Bargains For tlie Next Ten Days! A list ot high grade merchandiae at little prlcea. Prices tltat are within easy reach of all. You will save dollars by doing your shopping at the Qnality Store during the Fair. Men*s Felt Hats, $1.95 The balance of our stock of this aeasoo's soft Felt Hats, Fedoras, Crash, etc., in greys, fawns and browns. Regular 8.50 and i.lo quality, special 1.95 Twilled Sheeting, 30c. yard Two yards wide, fin^ and evenly woven, soft finish, free from dressing, reg. ular 40c value......................v..........................Spsoial 30c Lawn Blouses, 95c. Fine Lawn goods, made in this teMon's stytea, neatly trimmed with Jaoe insertion and tucking, worth up to 1.60.......................... Spaoial 95o Scotch Gingihams, 12 l-2c. Fine quality, woahable colon, in light and dark plaids and stripes, regular 80o. value, bpecial..................................................12^0. Flannelette Sheets, $1.20 pair Spliendid flannelette aheets, full three-qnarter size, good weight, in white and grey, regular $1.20 value. Special.....,...........................11.20 English Prints, 12 l-2c. 600 yards beat qnality Crum'a prints, fine even finieb,,gaanDteed fatt colors and will wear. 30in. wide, sold everywhere at ISo. yd. Special..........12i| c Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns HwisM's Bay ce.