Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 22, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta
LETHBRIDGE HERALD MINTING CO., LTD. O. D. AUSTIN, Mlttr at* Maaafer. W. JORDAN, Sitt. M DeMrlMtt. SUBSCRIPTION: In Advance tl.BO a year Otherwise aa.OO a year triumphs, n loving public extends to the toeiwviO ones the sympathy that w�s ever extended to others by the deceased minister and his helpmate in life. Duck shooting son son opens on Aug 23rd. It will l�o '28 for the sucks for sure. Canada's Trade. [ The World of Spcrt. j ADVERT19INO: Par Month - �iOO Per Inch OUR POINT �F VIEW That Canada Is growing in popula �tlon at such o rate an/to be too larja- for tho manufartuivrs is evi diiit from tho trade returns for the your. During tho ^woho months end jing .Juno HOtli, the import trade \ showed tut Increase of $05,?28,�00, while the export trntk* to Great llrl-tain and other great markets showed n decrease. The incivnsc of home consumption is such ns lo leave n Tho Conservative* are already �n�Hcr amount of products for ex , , ,__,,,uv i, the next port while the rapid Increase of pop- counting their majority^ tho^ne^ i^^ ^ /o^, that .ho House of Commons th, It boors though �t litrles there was good play ing. Sehurch and Mollis woth re celml ptmislimdnt with 12 nnd 10 hits ros|*cctivoly. !*core 10-t for licnity. Hut the game Inst night wtis ii hen.t't-'brcaker. Wo won It ond then lost M twice. 1n the Inst Innings It seemed Impossible to put out the gas ho llonny helped the fellows by slopping across tho plntc. lie was afraid that live gauie would revert to the eighth innings on account of darkness. Works wns put in to win tho rubber nnd ho certainly did his share if fanning thirteen men and making City footlwll toamilwo hlls eounts nt all. Klppert the champion Calldoivlnns ll'tlehcd but hus wild, allowing seven last Thursday by 1-0 in the Uvtt. frro tickets. His support was none In a lAerosse game played nt Vnn-couver. Il.C. on Saturday Ijotweon Vancouver ami New Westminster, tlie Vancouver team, scored the first two goals 'by excellent piny, and then ten �thousand dollars of Vancouver motley was put up on the neld ami taken even by Westminster. Then jthe Westminster team scored live straight goals, and two Vancouver sports' were hit for a thousand dollars each on the result. The Cnlettry i defeated To Shorten Exam. Papers. jton. Mr. Rutherford Premier nnd Minister of Education, hns received tho following list of resolutions passed by the Alberta Teachers' Association nnd which has 'l>oon submitted with the request thnt they nwivo the coivsiderat ion of the department. ItGO-AttDI N*(! KX AMI N ATIONS t. Tltnt the papers of tlie various Standards l*e moiv carefully graded as'to dllllculty and length, nnd that the language used lit the oxamlna -lion qiue.it Ions l*o more explicit. 2. That the time for each pu|icr be in no enso longer than'two nnd n game of the season. of the best either, mulls by O'Ncll \m\( hours. nnd poor judgment l\v Nunzlc mnk | ;\ on\y ,no pn|h>r >lv given at The time is getting short for the |lnS twrt Tuppcr ^ >ln9t toMgn compcl\ti,u chief. The mantl* of tne prophet hos fallens ea. Foster, klppert n�d are to bo in �hnt>e tlwre must �xs Inr 1 Ts^eTo n^ch curiosity now lUlttbelngbum. But III. on- ly a ger nuinhers out to practice nnd harder work must be taken. Tho final gomes will mean eighty minutes of the hardest work 'the boys have done for many months ami no player will bo utile to go the limit who is not in tip-top condition. Every wire must _ be taken ami every opportunity tnk- Tho most interesting event of the 'l'n 1� �et lmo lh� bo8t P�s�iolo shape week, to nt least throe-fourths of tho '"ogular. systematic hnixl work must lie done ami every rule of athletics I. That the opin'on of the Association the following palters were too long this year: \M. V. Grammar V. Lit. VII: Algebra nnd geometry VIIt Algebra VIII. Sudden Deaths Lite is uncertain nnd sudden deaths frequently occur. Make your will and appoint this Company as your Executor and you will have an experienced executor as well as security for the carrying out of every clause of your will. THE TRUSTS AND GUARANTEE COMFANY, LTD. (Head Office, Toronto) Capital and Reserve, - 12.200,000. Public Administrator for Lethbritlge Judicial District. Advisory Board for Albarta : D. W. Marsh, Esq. P. Turner Bone, Esq., William Pearcc, Esq. 711 First Street West (Alexander Comer) Ca'gary. A. G. ROSS, Manager. Our Excellent Schools. It is being miu*' city's population took pl.tce on Mon ^ ' culvert ea-pare* day moving at nine o'clock when l^^JT^ brWgc bridge. The bridge *cr0"*ft^ (Principal Hamilton ami his staff on-m Lawrence is 33�� ,oot orf ",,, terod upon another school year. Iho IVUI 'that will hoW wha * on hand, as against 2-1-1 on the od.>ii- 800 feet above high **lor" h ,ing day last year. At the Wesnui-i Tnls great bridge will b�ng nmcn ^ gchgrn|>)iy lx> taken l ;i .....r. I l .... :i a i r. i 2 I o i 0 o 2 o 1 l 0 0 2 1 0 o 2 O 0 1 II 2 (1 1 0 ' Ik* presented for Standard VI. " I ii , :it 12 l o o 1 erai w�"=-t" - ,_ ii*o iosi i*gurcs are unriicuianj ^ , , , , ,. , half depopulated by n-�ratlo�^o * | ifj,ng ,o * Mtair�L pubUl, �o|.. mne.d.rs �� W�K. To use the oW lofce^Ore> and ^ wn. They have praised and ce u,- llruc* are good places to come from. ^ ^ ^ ^ reproache.1 nml cheered. hey , LETniHUDGE. 13 pupils tak-ing High School work. out it4s expectiHl that by September 1st. j,is the numls'i in this department will 'bo at least forty. AH.K.H.PO.A.K. \Vben Dill Miner dug his way of penitentiary, he proved that name had some significance. Messrs. I. A. Tashereau. M. L. ind Mr. D. IMlencourt ^���^ , Thcro h,s Uvn ft %MlU A. HETTEIt THAN COLLEGES have told the managers how the f.\,R(p,. c.f. leantK ought to lie run. and have i o'ltrien s.s. mixtestly given "his timps" pointers 1 M,u.kin 2h. on th. have even tokl the weather man what | o'lX>n ...... he could do to help the cause along. 1 Kip|iert ..... j There is only one who has uii.v cause : nlles ;*t, to complain of neglect- the bleach - ;o'Noil ...... lerite. ! N>ii�'.ic ...... ! - White ...... And this same individual wins or loses many a gnino for the hoiiv? |teain. O: the loyaKy of the fans Ithere hns lx*en no (|uestion. but of salt against I* Patrle for damages | ��� '-vn n tendency ,m*ng arising from the Uourawa tneeUng In .i^|h^"�' "�^ players whoa wt "bat. A little re-siiiKl Ah-W1.h1 to ' � rt'prcseniative of n bovs'.l .� , . X coHege ,o.d the llerakl th, other ,k*U�n Wn� o 2 2 ft :i 2 o n o 12 0 o 1 o o i 0 � 1 i S. That the following te.vt'!s>oks ntN- unsatisfactory; "Text books In history, botany, physics. Standard IVI.. geometry VI., VII. nnd VIII.; industrial history VIII. . �. Thnt Mills- chemistry lie substl- I tutod for the present textt�ook In chemistry. That Mnckny's Euclid be KU'hst.l'tuto:! ft�r Todhunter nml Lon-ey; that In tho opinion of ihls nsso-ciat'ion Iflggin's first scienc" liook wouhlbe preferable to the present text for Standard Vt. nnd that for , o jthe lengthening course .in physics, 0 Milliknn and Gales' Virs-t course in p Physics would be a suitable text. 0 I JO. Th.it we heartily approve the 7 9�2� 10. stepping over plate. 1 2 !1 I ft ft 7 S � ....0 1 00028 1 A-12 ....n o o l si 2 l o i>- 7 SUMMAIIY. Some time ago the Board decided to build a new school on the site of the \~ �" ...... �--....� v.v,n-, , , . , , present tVntral school, but the An- J*1*" thut � all the public ,,, hlKn � uf th� larger In the high-school department ami n |SC""ols "( the province. The jwrceni-probatoillty of thu number reaching I"8" tnttt I'n-iwed was nearly eighty at least, forty, it seems to 1* neees- ;'*ropnj while that for the province sary to make sonw provision for ilu* W"S ,N'r l,,'nv and of the Calgary OHtablishnwnt �if tt high school ."ehm.ls l...ss ,nun fo,.,y |M,r nmt lUiiTi �d runs-Minlicine Hut 8, Leth- often disastrous to him. Even more Lethbridgo schools, his college would jthn, when llubling g difllcult ball ho I needs vhcu facing the pitcher to lie jalMolutoly concentrated on whnt he is doing. To hnve even wi'll. meant words of encourugement hnndiKl out nt this time is not a wise procedure. Ix*t the batter entirely alone when he is waiting for tho bnll. If the - NEW IMI'II.S. The addition of nearly sixty pup - \ Us to tho public school enrollment j Th, r,.Ct>rtll. o( |ltnv puI,i|8 funilshe8 makes it m*cessary to have two more umioIi inU't.'�tinK information. On teachers on the stun. At pres�*nt jj|oni|,v forty-four new pupils put in there Is one vttcunt room at'the West tlloir u,,,M.uruno. om| on Tuesday mdn�ter School ami nono at the tVn- |.|Bht iiumv. It is mKicenble that tral. Tho proposal to build a cot - only one �.f these was a railroad- Home run-Xunzie. :� base hits-O'Donnell. Works. O'Brien. 2 base hits-Wetttman.'Tottnun Hues Stolen bases-Hamilton, Works, Westcott, Perry (3), Ko9tcr, Mackin (2). O'Den. I1�wh on balls-Oil Works 3; off Kipinrt - t)roiigln in Thurwlny on NO. .1 in the baggage car. ami the body of Murgutroydwas brought in Supt. Erickson's private car, iu-cd by the sorrowing wife and children). The funeral of Benjamin .1. Murgulroyd and J. J. Keeler was held 'this afternoon at 2 o'clock. The Ihidy of A. B. Perney was forwurdeil on the aflernooivtruin to Nov York state, the homo of his parents. The funeral was held from the English church. Itev. Flewolling olUciuling, assistiil by .1. V. Armstrong, uml was one of the largest ever held in this city, if not tho largest, all of tho business houses in tho city l>eing closed at the time. After the services bended by the two hearses tho grout procession of sympathizing friends would their wuy to the English church oemetery, oast of the city uihoro iho remains were laid to rest. There was a wealth of floral tributes that covered the cnskcls.and they cume from brotherhoods nnd individuals. The pull hearers for tho firemen wen* ns follows: .1. McLean, 0. E. McCurdy. I'. Tu.vlor. H. Hob-inson. B. McFurlane. i: Miller. The pull ln'nivr� km ill- engineers were as follows: .1. Itolwrts, E. Rob inson, J. WarnocU, M. Barney, M. Gillis, C. Veamllo. means always a fum*)ile or a wild throw. Help out the baso runner all you like brother fan, and yell encouragement till everybody on tho field is galvanized, but do it Judie -iously or harm rather ihnn good is bound to result. And thorn ought to lie a great deal more professional nml unpro -fessionnl courtesy extended to tho umpires. The time has gona by for Inking it out of him by rousts nml cries of robber. There's , supreme court judge to whom to np|>eal- the president of tho league. If you ival-ly bolio\o the umpire is inofbekni't and you hnve n reputation for base-IkiII lore and skill, your com*i>lniut will Ik* very effective 'if mndj to him. U*l there In- un otUpjelto in haw-bull us in everything. It will help the giiine-it is the one thing now n.'cd -ed to put it on n. high level.-I'd -monton Saturday News. Tho sroie mnd tho shoot-oft W. Cousins won. Eor second prize J. j*. Cnldor ami It. A. Wilkes tied, the fonner winning in the shoot-off. MEDICINE HAT vs LETIIDRIDGE The onergj' a small boy exjiends in a ball game would cultivate a ucre of patulous if attached to tho end of a boo handle. A block-head isn't the only chap who celebrates his wooden wedding. but R is only voicing tho sentiments of n largo portion of the public when 'it comments upon tho reversal ofform Known by the baseball team this week. On Monday they played like t'hampions and on Tuesday and Wednesday like tnilendors. Why? If tho words of a numlicr of oye-witnossos can bo believed it would seem that .some of the players celebrated thoir victory by taking a quantity of that sure antidote tor baseball-Booze. Some unwise fans are. lo a certain Vxitent i>>sponjnble as thay tried to I use the follows right tor such a vic-itory but they puid for It the next two nights. j Tho public hns nil kinds of faith in the ability of tha team to win the Iponnunt nml will support a team | that plays ball even if beaten. But I the sentim�nt of the city at present lis that, if thosa who have control of 'tho plnyers cannot control them so (that they will piny Itnll, the support will not he. forthcoming. The public iiyliroctly pays these men sulnries to play bnll. which is their business. They, as any other men employed should bo made to attend to business lloo/e nnd baseball ure poor part ners. It. is up to those incontrol to gi\e and to get value received. lethbridge IxisoUUI team oovoi*ed Itself with glory ftnd the Mad Hatters wibh Whitewash on Monday night. Fognrty was the wholegoods pitchiu,' u splendid game with only three, hits nwl no froo passes regis -terod ngainst hhn. Cook was knocked out of the box in tho third. Lo-goir was no puzzle to tho locals. Tho scoie. was. 8-0, the worst defeat tho Bonny bunch has sulTured during the season. Their success rather upset the ncrv� of tho bunch or perhaps it was the unwise treatment of their friends. But whatever tho cause, tho Coal finrons wore all to tho bad on Tuesday and their opponents were little belter. The game was one of tho rankest exhibitions seen this year ul- Kdmnnton has Iwen increasing tits lead in Hie jiennanl raca by taking single and double headers from Fid ler's Fot?�\ks with a commendable regularity. The stumling of the Ijaaguo now is Played. Woa. Lost. P.C Edmonton ... ..�S 40 28 ..188 Modicino Ilat ..74 42 32 .508 IjoI hb ridge , ..70 Si.". 35 .500 Calgary ...... ..C8 23 45 .238 Manager Benny 'Is confident of win ning the pennnot, �nd ts otTering money to back up his confidence. 11 has fifteen games to piny at homo yet and feels it in Ids bones thnt the big majority will, go to his "won column. The fight promises to | close and exciting. HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY Special Bargains For the Next Ten Days! A list of high grade merchandise at little prices. Prices that are within easy reach of all. You will suve dollars by doing your shopping at the Qimlity Store during tho Fnir. 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