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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, TUESDAY, JULY 27, IM9. iris will be closed every Wednesday afternoon ________during July and August The New Restaurant with the New Management is called The New England Restaurant It's making a good im- pression NEW HILL BLOCK Union Restaurant's old stand Me. Your Palm Read SOc. Past, Present and Future REDUCED PRICES FOR 3 DAYS ONLY is as extensive as any in the city. Open day and night. Everything in season. ICE-CREAM The place to get a tasty square rneal. FORD STREET Next to Post Office Block As a matter of advertise- ment, MADAME DEL. MAR, The famous .palm- ist, will read your palm for the small fee of .50c. COME NOW, DON'T DELAY Find out what the future has in store for you. Madame Delmar guaran- tees to reveal every in- cident of your life, past, present and future. Office hours, 10 a in. to 9 p.m. Room No. 1, Shepard Block, NEXT TO ALEXANDRA CAFE LOCAL NEWS H. N. Sheppard 'has been appointed excise officer at High River. Police Court will be held in the Po- lice Station from now on. The Alberta Sheep Co. 'delivered a small drove of mutton to the P. Burns Co. on Friday. BASEBALL RESULTS HAZELWOOD'S (Spokane) ICE-CREAN Recognized as the best, fresh every day. All kinds of. and VEGETABLES in Season. Chow Sam Co ALL YOU HAVE TO DO to get Good Things To Eat is phone 381 and THE City Bakery will deliver the very best promptly. ROBT. SCOTT, PROP. Phone 381 Dr. H., G. Niblctt has received no- tification that fte has 'been appointed Coroner for the Macleod District. Barker has been appointed night yardmaster at Macleod, being promoted from the position of night car checker. The Attorney General's department of Alberta is -taking steps to extra- dite C. Fulmer, late Town Clerk of Red Deer. Mr. Chas. Le Blanc, of Fernie, B. C., has purchased the Imperial Hotel Blackfalds, and took possession on July 1st. A gentleman who has spent some time travelling throughout Alberta says A. L. Foster has the two finest fields of fall wheat he has seen, Cecil Sapsford, of Macleod, repre- sentative of the district from LetJi- bridge to Cranbrook of the Mutual Life of Canada was in the city last week. Elijah Heathcote, the local super- intendent of the Coal Creek mines, formerly of Lethbridge, was in the Fernie Hospital a few days last suffering from incarnation in one of his eyes. The Beagle-Maxwell Land Co. have a sample of rye grass standing 6 ft. 6 inches in height with the root cut oil. This fine sample was grown on the Deer Creek Cattle Co.'s ranch, near Coutts. The people of Cranbrook were shocked to hear that Charles Chap- nwtn. formerly of that, city a-rvct Fort Steele, was drowned a short times ago in the.'Skeena river, in Northern Bri- tish Columbia. The Ledger says: Mr. H. Rochon, familiarly known as the "Candy Kid" and prominent no les in musical than in saccharine cir cles, is selling out his business here and removing to Lethbridge. Mr. T. Allardice, of Warner, is the city, the guest of his brother Wm. Allardice, Argyle Avenue, wher he is meeting his wife and family o Western Canada At Medicine Edmonton 000 002 Medicine Hat 000 000 Smith and Gragion; Nelson anis similar to that obtain- ed in all parts of the-ranch. He ex- pects to sow 1.700 acres to fall wheat this soason. Mr. E. N. Higinbotham attd Rev. A. M. Gordon hope to leave o'n Wed- nesday afternoon to spend a week or two in the mountains. During the first week of Mr. Gordon's absence, Kr.ox Church will be supplied by Rev A. W. R. Whitman of Cardston, and during the next two by Rev. T. M. Murray of Colcman. Both 1ihe.se gen- tlemen already have many friends in town and congregation. Before they j leave will have? many more. FOR SALE Sixteen head of broken horses are for Ranch, Section 8, Township 17, Range 16. The horses are as follows: 1 saddle horse 10 years old, weighs 1100. 1 saddle horse 8 years old weighs 950. 1 saddle horse 12 years old, weighs 900. 1 saddle horse 8 years old, weighs 800. 1 work horse 12 years old, 1400. 1 team work horses 9 years old, weigh 1400 each. 1 work horse 3 years old, weighs 1600. 2 yearling colts. 1 team work mares 7 and 8 years "old, weigh 1450 each. 1 with colt by side. 1 two year old filly. 1 mare with foal by side, weigh? 850. 1 mare with foal by side, weighs 1100. 1 two year gekling sad- dle horse. SPORTS NO CHANGE IN SCHEDULE Keep Young Ill-fitting, badly made clothes not only make one look old and decrepit, but actually cause premature decay. Think of a man being welded in badly fitting clothes for two-thirds of his life. "ProgressBrand" Clothing keep a man young because it makes him look young and feel young. Don't let your clothes wear you out. Wear "Progress Brand." 17 Tailored and Guarantetttt by H. Vintbtrg A Co. Limited, Montreal SoM with a Cnaraniee by McKELVIE McGUIRE Troubles In Western Canada League Amicably Settled i Medicina Hat, July meeting jof the Western Canada League was i held in this city today. Present were President Jas. Fleming, vice-president R. B. Ferguson, secretary J. iM. Lamb. j Delegates: L. A. Goderich, Edmonton; i R.Richardson, Calgary; Benton Hatch, jLethbridge; C. S. Pingle, Medicine Hat; J. Rutherford Moose Jaw; Win- nipeg and Brandon by proxy. All protests in the hands of the secre- j tary were dealt with. All were thrown j out with the exception of the game i played between Moose Jaw and Ed- j monton, June 22, which was ordered jto be played over on August 11. It I was the opinion of the meeting that the President of the League should be allowed to use his own judgment in regard to the salaries of umpires. Ar- i tide appearing in press in regard to.' of league unauthorized and'. {absolutely uncalled for. No thought. J of dividing the league has at any i i time been Each one of the delegates has shown willingness' to consider the first best interests of I the league and all differences have been amicablv settled. MOVING (PICTURES.1 ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE.; 1. A Mountain Fued 2. Mysterious Correspondent 3. Worthy Young Man o CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE The KINGSTONS, Harry and Mabel In a big Farce-Comedy, en- titled, -'-The School-Girl and The Hobo." HENRY EDWARDS, The Great Equilibrist and Hand Balancer. BASEBALL IN THE NORTH Baseball is perhaps the chief game The Lyceum Tent Theatre Corner Redpath and Glyn Streets The coolest place in town. We are always studying yonr Comfort. TO-NIGHT, JULY 26 The management presents J. Grattou Donnelly's great comedy drama ''The American Girl" An of Comedy, Popular on Two Continents ALSO Feature Vaudeville Acts ALL Ar POPULAR PRICES 25c. SOc. 75c. Remember our temporary quarters are on corner of Glyn and Redpath Streets stances. The teams were: AT THE EUREKA The Kingstons, a comedy duo, pre- sent a sketch, in which several new and catchy songs are introduced, with a string of new and novel comic dia- j played by the young men in the towns THIGH HILL vs. j north of Macleod and the settlements H. Hill pitcher east of the railway and north of Leth- M.J.Howerton catcher bridge. There js a lively contest in Knox Ib the league between the towns on the Ferrand 2b. Macleod-Calgary line. Most of the Ferguson settlements too have ball teams and J. R. Wood 53. there have been several interesting F. Clark rf. logue between the gentleman member matches playid back and fonh though E Jolmson cf. and his pretty little lady companion, a regular league has not yet been M. Reynolds If. A feature of the act is the Each settlement turns out Umpires: Frank Johnson and N. make up of the man's face. loyally and both try to cheer their Heath. Henry Edwards acrobat and hand own team to victory. j Score by REID HILL Dalsin Chamberlain Norton 0. Wooters Pullen W. Jansen M. Wooters Rowe Beardsley by be- >alancer, made good last night several extraordinary feats, one ng his balancing on a pile of chairs j others have refused to play matches >n his hands, (and not 'specially pre- j with some of their neighboring teams )ared chairs either as could be easily j Sunday which speaks well for the een by those near the an- j character of these young men. )ther his leap over a pile of chairs to We understand that the baseball Thigh Hill boys of Carmangay, Thigh Hill and Reid Hill 2JO 000 FOR FEATHERWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP San Francisco, Cal., July moter Coffroth yesterday arranged a Attell and "A" Wolgast for the fea- therweight championship of the world. The men arc to weigh 122 pounds ringside. Wolgast agrees to twenty or twenty- five and any split of the purse that Attell may desire. Coffrth has wired to Attell, who is in New York and a reply is expected today. i table, alighting on his hands and :eeping his balance. has remark- bly developed physique which shows p to advantage in his act. Several good motion picture reels re put -on, one being a story of a ong standing feud in the southern tates, probably in Kentucky or Ten- ssee, and its happy ending. THIGH HILL WON In a baseball match last week be- tween Thigh Hill and Reid Hill, Thigh Hill won on its merits. The crowd was about evenly di- vided but was not much cheer- ing because the Thigh Hill people did not need to and the Reid Hill fans did not want to under the -circuni- GREMORE RANCH Brooks Station, Alberta. Crow's Nest "THE BEAUTIFUL' The Picturesque Top o' the World Silvery Lakes Singing' [Brooks Profusion of Forest Coloring Gigantic Snow-Capped Mountain Peaks Trout Fishing Boating Hunting Saddle Horses Pack Horses Carriages EDDIE COLL1TXS COLUMBIA BOY IS ONE OF THB SENSATIONS OF THE YEAR BY HIS GREAT WORK FOR THE ATHLETICS Perhaps no baseball player of the as a fielder and today is One of tho present season has created the stir n professional ranks that has booa rought to the surface by Btidio Col- ins, the second baseman of the Ath- stics. Not so very long esfo he was play- ng second for the nine at Col- ift University. He was a good elder ami a good hitter, but no one elievod that he would develop info a >atter ns "strong1 as any in the pro- essional circuits. This year there soenis to be no pit- wr whom Collins cannot hit. He oesn't make apologetic hits. When MS meets the ball it is usually on the ose, and if t-he fielder isn'.t smart noug.h to pick it up, Collins, will >eat it to first without a doubt. In addition to being a good batter thte young man has improved rapidly fastest second baseman in the Amer- ican League. His work is so good that Mack has been able to put Mur- phy in right field and use Collins stca dily at second, a move which has been of great advantage to tho Ath- letics. Columbia men are to death" with the good showing that Collins has made in the American League, and by the time that the year is out he will be, tlie star infield- er of that organization. His years.aro all in his favor and he should be playing good ball for at least half a decade more. With Davis on one side of him and a com- petent shortstop on, the other, Col- lins and his comrades would make one of .the fastest trios that ever