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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta OLAR-PLEXUS BLOW _____i v to the Hardware Trade People give a Pdpular Verdict, an jn our Favor People are and C W. Gra linmense ehthiisiastic response to increased tra out A D. and INVOICE PRICE! We tliiiik that per cent, tile Entli-eTopWation stop here every day-but tomorrow we want you all. A niinuteS for every day. you all. A sensation every thousand, four hundred and forty in You cau't learnM until you here. Get on the inside of both stores. a Hardware Sale-worth co ming mUes to see. deductions are genuine, savmgs are nbsoHitc. Tou'venever seenthe UKe Before. Probably never wiU again. That's enough. ihe Finish of the Hardware Stock Company and C. W. Gray 1r Lethbridgi sixth, and A Great Day Of Sport On the Glorious Fourth --Baseball And Track Sports-Dance -A being made So the j Taken-as a'whole, it was a verv either side in .the eighth and ninth the crowcl .repaired the ball! successful celebration and reflects sneeu. at the end nf niQ-n- Independence Day has came and gone for the year .1910, Long will it be remembered by those; who were fortunate enough to bare the pleasure of. spending that Fourth of July in the 'thriving, freedom-fraught, town of Burdett. It will be remem- bered by the Yankee because it touch- ed within him the chord of patriot- ism, a heritage that rankles strong in Ms heart, a heritage, hav- ing for its source the same feeling that, prompted the American fore- fathers to strike for Independence, long over a century" in the year 1776.; It will be the Canuck, because the enjoyment "it pro vided, and because he, as j American "brother, must have felt the j bond of union being strengthened, as fthe magnificent display of Union Jacks and Stars latter, of and Stripes, the always giving pri- they met together -on, Canadian to celebrate .upon an American ture. soil ority to the "former, because they were being waved by Canadian breez- es over soil. The Furf Starts .At one o'clock the Lethbridge Citi- zens' Band, that. had been so pleas- ingly supplying the town with music during the earlier hours of the day, headed a large procession composed of horses, people and rigs out to the ball park. It was that they might witness the first game of a baseball tournament between Bow Island and. Winnifred 'at 1.30 p.m., and Burdett vs. .the winners of the preceding, game in the evening. To the casual, 'unprejudiced observ- sheet. at. the 'end of 7-3 in favor of Bow Island ing is the line-up: Bow island'r- Howden lb lay, Follow- !b., .Fullar-3b.., "Sickles er c.f., Peglow Beguin p., L6ncfcs; groundS) ,this_.time to ,betweea for TO say that this Smith amoaat constituted all the money up c, Regner 2b., Geehan 3b., Walker LL, Martin G-rady c.f., G-oldthbrpe .r.f Heald'c. Score by Bow 04J. 001 Winalfred .-_.. 100 200. The first baseball game over, the crowd' headed back. again for Main street, where some interesting and spectacular races were pulled off. AD were 'keenly contested, especially the and the -half-mile horse race, that looked not unlike a round-up or a "cross-country.; hunt: Track Races on the game, would be .putting it mildly. The flush with cash, pooled it oa every "issue of the game and some got The evening game was 'even more Mike j one-sided than the of the [afternoon. It was a long .drawn out affair, lasting over two. and one-half r: per, -either lively winners. It'remained" for the game to com- The dawn of yesterday, morn broke, upon the little town, almost before its Lethbridge visitor's .had succeeded in catching a wink of sleep after their midnight ride eastward. Scarce- ly had the. sounds of night subsided ere there .followed ia their'wake the_ newer and more vigorous sounds that" heralded the approach of another day. And what a. glorious day, it was Long before Burdett's citizens tad completed their usual morning- rout- ine, the prairie trails liad begun to pour forth from their inner stretches, streams of human life, all" bent upon one centre, and for one purpose. The pleasure seekers came from every quarter. Old and young, girls and boys, parents and children, with glad- some Jhearts in anticipation of a "day mence ere the stranger could get a as it were, upon their playing abilities. Umpire W; E. in. Kay, tak- Following is of the races and the names of winners': .100 Yards McFarland Sickles. Horse owned 0. Balli; 2nd, owned by H. Slawson. Boys' Race (between 12 and 15, L. Weedi; '2nd, G. 'Dai- mage. Boys' Race (under G. Dal mage. second, prize. Girls' Race (between" 12 and, 15 N. Jud 2nd, S. Slaw- son. ............_ Girls' Race (under Ada hours. Umpire MacFarland occupied the gamers commenced, with the batter- Kace (uncler ies as follows For Bow Island. Be-! Rf 2nd' Clark- Ladies' Miss Stella Ham el 2nd, Miss Lilian Warify. E. Cox; 2nd, ies as follows .For BOW Island, Be- guin aixd'Loncfcs'f.for'-Wriiniffedi Mike Grady and Heald." With Heal at. bat for Winniired, G-eeland was scored on a pitcher's error, the only tally 'Wmnifred during that inning. Bow Island fol- lowed and went down in one, two, three style. But they in .their .Valf of the second in proper style, scoring four nien, besides filling the bases repeatedly. In the .third Bow Inland again made a tally, Ret- f tinger doing the deed on an error, a steal and a hot grounder by Lonck'_ In the fourth innings, Winnifred S. Bowe. The Next Ball Game It was then 4 p.m., fun was at its Your face will feel smooth and grateful if you use merry colors .that morning breezes, shrilled forth their greeting. floated in the as the picnicers sounds of happy came flocking in., some on foot, buckled up a slack and with some by train, some by horseback, j UP) Heals -cored on an error In the others by caravan, and still others j infield, and Walker scudded across the by huge wagon loads, draped with j h0me piate oa Heald's well placed drive between first and second. Noth- ing doing in the fifth- In 'the sixth Winnifred men all killed at first by their law downs to short-stop and pitcher. Nor did they succeed in tallying again during the lace, eager for the day's sports to because of their inability to commence. Upon second thought, one pick from Beguin's assortment a could not escape being struck as he brand that they could place in a viewed the crowd, at the variety c' home run area.' their nationality, the peculiar blend- j Bow Island, however, repeated in ing of colors of their dress and at j the seventh, their performance of the, By the dinner hour the streets were thronged with the chattering popu- FACE CREAM .iGreaseless, disappearing. It clears the the skin after exposure to wind son and prevents the biting, skin-destroying effects of the use of hard water. 25c- buys a big artistic jar. Sold guaranteed by ALL DRUGGISTS 1278 J box at first, while were composed of Beguin and Loncis, again for Bow Island, and of Parsons and Smith for Burnett. At the end of the first innings. each, side had tallied once, Sickles for Bow Island., and Ball for Burdett. For the nezt four innings Burdett got nothing, the quick and of Bow Island's infield having --them completely buffaloed. The Island, on'the contrary, broke away with one in the second and three in the third, Helgersbn, Sick .es, Smith "and Howden being respon sible. Nothing In the fifth the Bow Island boy got two more. Just previous to thi a big dispute took place, over .a clos ecision of MacFarland's as to- whetb r or not a base-runner .was safe a bird. MacFarland claimed he wai afe. The opposing team would no of repiaCsd" TJhi official capacity'by W. E. Kay, o Grassy Lake. In the sixth three more of the Islanders crossed the plate to onl. one of Burdett's "With...a des- perate effort and some fast work in the seventh Burdett reversed the or- der of things, scoring four men, while Bow Island succeeded in pass- ing but two- Bow Island again led the local boys in the eighth by 1 to 0. The ninth was uneventful, as nothing was doing past the initial sack. The team for Bow Island was the same as in the previous game, ex- cept that Fortune replaced Peglow at right field. Following is the Burdett line-up Hoagin 2b., Ball r.f., Hys- lop 3b, West Lf. Parsons p., Smith c., Bow lb., Jamieson c.f., Taylor s.s. The score by innings Bow Island ..............113 023 Burdett ...............Oil 001 S Dance At Night The day's fun was brought to a climax by a grand bowery dance on a large 25 by 80 foot arena built and 'decorated especially for thei purpose. It was crowded during the whole ev- ening, while excellent music was dis- persed by the Lethbridge orchestra. great credit-upon the enterprise of Burdett's citizens, aid the executives having the.different matters in hand These were I as follows Pres., J. H. Bigeiow G, Jamiesoni, treas., H.; R. Powell. .The Committee _ The Executive. W. Fletcher, E. Roberts, H B Hunt, A Hamilton, R. V. Warick. The Finance Committee H R Powell, J.H. Nelson, and F. Thom- as: The Sports A. Mc- Tnnis, W. H. McAuley, D.'Slawson, A. A. Christanseh, S. and Hugh Dance: S. erson, A T West, F Riggs G. Jamieson Clark, O.-'Ivr Bmve, and PLAYGROUND SET ASIDE City Council Give Lots for This Pur- pose Lot 61, Block Bartlett street and Westminster Road, owned 'by the city, -rcas last rugM as a play ground for children, by the city council, and the sum of 'or such, sum as shall be required" appro pnaied for improvements upon the sarce. The play ground will be under the care of tie paiks committee, Supi. of Parks and jVtitcheU. be- ing responsible for it It was Aid. Hatch, who at the last meeting sug- gested this and who last night offered the motion establishing the'' play ground. It carried uaanimouslr A little London boy named Turner, who handled a dead snake and tihen rubbed Ms face with his hands, was rery vbadly, -poisoned. i i i Lethbridge Iron Works Co. LIMITED Iron and Brass Founders, Machinists, Blacksmiths, and Boilermakers Gearing. Grates and Extras for Beeves 32 H. P. Trac- tion Engine always on hand. We can-mate gearing for all other engines at the shortest notir-p rm ijjiu. WUCCI7 We have on hand: Steel I Beams 5 in. .to 15 in'., 30 ft. lono- O? "Steel Channels 5 in. and 10 in., 30 ft. Ion a-; Steel Angles, 1 in. to 8 in.. 30 ft. long. Hitch Plates, 1-4 to 3-4 x 12 in. to 15 in. x 30 ft, lono-. to Sounds. Squares and Flats always on hand! We have just received a large shipment; of cap and set screws, also 'boiler tubes. Lethbridge fron Works Co. Phone 332 LIMITED Baroness Road Drawer 3010 ;