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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 21, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta I' wit Many a man would like to invest in real estate, but feels that he cannot because he hasn't enough money. The man who feels that way should look over these bargains. All but one can be handled easily. One-third down, one-third in 6 months and one-third in 12 months. Here are my offerings this week: 4 lots on Smith st. $8000. 10 lots east of Westminster road, $400 each, 6 lots North Ward, $250 each. 1 acre lot Bartlett st. $2100, $1,000 down. 2 lotti P�4pAth ttr��t. MAT Woo4, $1800. 3 lots,block B, Higinbdtham's Addition, $250 each 7 lots, block A, Higinbotham's Addition, $150 each Best business lots on R?>und st. $4000, $500 cash, $500 in 3 months, $1500 in 6 months $1500 in 12 mionths. 35 loto at Tabcr, DougUt Addition, from |IOO up, on tniikc tcrmi. BealHstate and Insurance. Oliver Block, Up-stairs. BASEBALL IN FEBRUARY Uthbriafe.MUtttnl[. Sett the Pnee-Mednlt for Western Cnniudn Lengve Chnmpiont. lethbridae the baimy hub of. Sunny Soutiiern Alberta carries oO the palm as usual iu the baseft>aU lino. CalgoT}-, who is spending a l�w days in Kdmonton and who was sw�n 'by the Bulletin at the Wixtdsor ycstcr- The first ganic. played in all Canada da}-. Intho year 1907,,was pulled o� here The presi'deat should know where-last Saturday afternoon. It was a of he speaks, He has been in oJl tha perfect day aiKl a big crowd c^ - cities within the pa* tew grrgatsd to see the contest. ,. . . , , . ^ ^ The teams were those of Tabor and ^^'^ LclhbridKe and after � six innings ""'"r T-uTiT^ game had been pla>^ tl.a local SSi'ciL H^t , ^n^'f"^ '"^ " . , . - . , HMticina Hat, for even 40 ibclow wcn- werc declared the wtnaera by a scone .v. ..... . ' ther to put out of bus ness. i  of a to 2. It was a real good exhibition A. leu, s.s.; C. Walker, it.l W. Walker, c.l.; W. Russell, r.f. [^the match was arranged by that ^nthustablie ball patron, Chris , Eckstorm. lie was bound to keep up I�thbridgc?s reputation as being the -place w'horo suiiuner stays roost of 4be 'year and where baseball can be played nearly every month of the year. As far as LethbrMge is concerned the professional ball aeason : coiiid commence right away. m m i . .'A .wrcstliQg Contest was announced V .to.take plice oil Monday nigM at v:. Oliver's hall betw.Wn Parkinson, of vyaber, and Jeiweii, of Oardston, but v.y.it .didn't cultniioato for the reason v'^hat : Park'insoo refused to scrap, ..L-�sng�tnciag as an excuse that he and 'f.^fJtSim,ii&iX.M\^^ �igroeni�nt to ;>>ji�inboo7.l�9;the spectators. The . ^C.a8 . that,Jensen WM to allow W/fkinuMflt to be ibjrowu for a consMer-r,r;4Mri.o^.and.l^arkinson was to get all 'vi.t||9,;t�^ 0MQey. This teemed to be a i ^eal for Parkinson ttiul wliy fafi brouefat il to light is more than v,^ltte-worst crook lu the country could ..ytxplaiijn.. Jensen claimed there was not' M arrangenwnt of this sort and ^Iv^W^iVrar of words ensued and ihecrowd Aitvnanded a return of the entrance , na^;..^ of- Card(ston, yiiiti' re(trv>e, gaye the decision to Jen- . r�t:�Mier to appease the croa-d an ifisikj^NticW-^awtch �^ by Plll-''#b4> ^^�Bwn,.Ilia fate taooey, --^.-g^ ^^^^jj^,,^^,^^ Q*lt At leogue headquarters too, everything is running smoothly. AH the team iiwinagers are busy and report grmt success in picking up fast players. Tbo minor league players seem to have special designs on plajing in ! ^he great n-est, anil it is not a difll-cult matter to s^i. signatures'to contracts to perform in the W.C.B.L. Tbe sauMs applies to umpires. Tha league aecntary is receiving numerous applications every day from indicator bandlers who want to catch a place in the west-and they most-' ly all have gilt edge references. The president and league directors are putting forth extra efforts to make the league a success for 1907. This is the first year for out and out professional baseball, and if tb>g�una can ha popularized and be an expense pa>'er, ex-en this season, iba success of the sport is assured for yicars to come. "Have you done anytbing with- reference to the schedule since the league conference in January?" was the first query aimed at the president. 'Yes, some changes have'been rondo, in the dates as drafted at the first J meeting and the changes sc6m to be teams will travel approximatKJJy: Eidmonton................3,845 miles. Cialgarj-......... ........... ...3,70(3 miiles Lcth1:ridge ...................3,794 miiles Medicine lint ...... ..........4,5.50 miles "Jn cold type Medicine Hat and Ediuonton appear to g�t. tha worst o* it, but such is not tho case. At the end of the season the mileage travelled will be eauatized and each team's traveling expense account will be exactly the samej" "What is the feeling Bimongst tho clubs regarding the selection of umpires?" "It is * little easy to discuss tho matter," was the presido�ts reply; "but I may say that a couple of the garj- fun mixes the dope for the opening of tlX! ball season in this way Cal^^ary will take the lead at tihe first of the s^as-n. with Medicine Hat second. This is how ho docs it: Calgary's nwnager is picking up his players in the centre of tlie baseball count(y. There aro all kinds of players in Massat-hussetts and noifih-borini; states and this gives Thyme every .opportunity to pick up men who ai'e possibly fast cnougih in doss C company, but have to be content with a iottier ratinj;, ibecause the ,woods are full of players down there. This is what is going to put Calgary ahc�vd riijht at the jump. Ih n for Medicine Hat, Nerstheim-citi�s seem to favor the appointinent 'er, ttie jfas town manager, will select of two first class local men from | his players from through Ohio and Edmonton and Calgary. For myself'that neighborhood, where thare are I prefer outsiders* and tho further I also a surplus of players. His con-Ihey come from this province, and nontions in this way will be almost th� less they know about our people, as good as that o''t'eem. the better will it be for the game. �> Deacon White ia picking most of Ibere will be no ditliculty getting hi.s men from tha western states and good, oflicials as we are deluged with applications for positions." "Have th3 league clubs put up the guarantee money yet?" "Not yet," was the president's response; "they haven't teen called upon for the cash yet; but they will t� expected to make good this week Two hundred and fifty dollars is ro-c^uircd. which will be forfeited if any club fails to finish tha season or violates the salary law. In case any such mishap occurs the 9250 will bo divided among the other toanos." "\n allotting dates does the schedule give the teams home games during exhibition week?" "Oh, yea; that contingency w-as provided for,, but may not work out any too well financially for Calgary at least. According to present arrangements, Calgbry will ibe at home for 18 straigfat games prior t,o and including tho fair dates. This may possibly be rectified, though to daitio very satisfactory. Copies o mlattcr of good. roads, there also looms up the intimately ossociatcd civic feature of markets, which aro aflFect�d lor better or worse by road conditions. That an up-town bartering rendezvous, or provision market, and a live-stock market at Liethbridgo aro priuno naccssities seems untiuestionable, and I The eounUamance Wfhich adorns this page is thai of ona of tho bestknown and best likr:^ men in the Sunny South. A. Vi- Humphries is to tho foro in every movement that is boutjd to help the south. He is a (oveinmcnt immigration official and settlers who come to /this district wards their establislimcnt now ap -pears urgent. The reserving'of a | Edmonton Bulletin:-The mconibors of the teample to patronize the games and make financing a comparativNy easy matter. To an outsider the hwgue appears to have secured an exoeptionaHy thorough and non-partizan baod in Presidont Robinson. He recognises that tho association has to be handled' cautiously and has' started in at tha oatset in tl)3 right way to en-ircnoh the Ifnguo in public confldenos and tha '^monton talt-nt is confident that he wUl 'discharge Ms duties throughout the year without (ear or favor, and will keep iboth eyes open thay happen to fall on extremely evil duys and have to resort to doalings with three l>all gentry. Prcsld.nt Robinson announces thait ho will present to each player on the champion aggrt^ation a haiTdsome sou\'�nir in the form of a watch charm of.Maltese cross design, the oontorpicco of which will bo of gold with a bnsoball scenb-� batter up for action and tha catcher in. similar pose-and on the reversed side will be tho plo^'crs name; tlu> team ho { the directing of energetic etlort to- | swear by Humphries-not at hitn, as thy do in tho case of some officials. He beliavcH in Southern Alberta and central site for a provision market of ta.ks it up all tho thno, and wher-tho present and additional lond for, [ever he gOL-s. He hails from Middle future onlaiigemcnt should be arrang- sex county, and vhile it itn't in ed for, and tha adjuncts, suih as jMlssouri, still in Humphries case it platforms, shade ti�cs. I breeds that characteristic of "show booths, etc., also consid - mo," and Humphries is looking for I the man who can .show him a 'bot:fcer driveways, awnings, bred. . Elevators, flcur mills, woolkn.miillS and canning factories aixj splendid, . _ . . . , . , , ,. ' . I good influences which guarantee tho mdustries for any comnMuity, and - � equally important ^are good roads ; progress of our city and its rich sur-for their w-elfare. i'ho former aervo iround'ng territory. spot in Christendom than Soutbiom Alberta. Humphries is an ogpicul-turiFt in the respect that he is m^in push in tho Lethbridge Agricultural Sooioty. Ho is a hen fancier and holds the job of secretary of the looal poultry osBociaition. In sport A. E. is always to tbe ^fora, principally in curling and baao-ball. Heis president of the curling club and secretary of the local pro-icBsional ball club, as well as vio�. president of the Western Canada league. Uumihries is a dispenser of^ Jus* tice, too, and he knows how and where to give the right doses. Ho is tho city magistrate and finds the job a busy one. to attract farmers to town with pro- With a traffic bridge, good roads |duca, and the market provides a gen- and a provision and live sfock jnar-cral convening point for tho renewingj: kot the city could make bettor head- ot aoQualntanco, financial and other-wiso. Industries of the above class deserve especial encouragemicnt friom) every quarter, while with tho expansion of their patronage, correspond,-ing enlargement of facilities far those who control them. With markets added to our performed wUh in tho Wcstam Can- | handling their output is required of oida Baseball league, soascn 1907. ',H� has orA^rod eleven medals. This is an entirely n(?w departure for lca!;ue loaders, but it is Ju&t ono all.the time for violations of any .of tho tokens that show that Prosi-feature of the constitution, and par- dont Hobinscn is leaving no fltt>no ticularly wHb clubs exceadbig tbe unturnsd to make the league a suc-ealary limit. iass �nd so, if pow^ible, make the � j feauw a iittw ntorw attractive for tAo ,'iw>nioua asaoelatiun, resulting in Calgary Herald: A promlasntOal- b�' markvt days each week. Such desinable conwninga will to markod by social, flnancial and bar- If rubbod betv-ocn ihi; hands and inhaled fioquontly, \i will never fall to cure cold in the b^ad In twenty-four hours. It is also the > est for bruises, sprains, etc. AOAINST. 8 HOUR DAY. Edmonton, Feb. 14.-A dcputatlion representing tho coal industry in the outham part of tbo peovinee arrjv V)npuo3 o> )uauiujo.voSi ni|f> jo noisfs an iBveatigation into the di(ter�aeea that axif-t between tha coal wri-H a�d aperatars., ;