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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 6, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING CO., LTD. 0. D. AUSTIN, Edftor and Msnaftr. W. JORDAN, Supl. of Job Department. peruse the famous bizarre nml b-luth- j erfiklto advertisements of tho West - j ern Canneries. Until the enterprise assumes n really commercial appear-mice,' nnd Its advertisements nro tinged with businesslike common sense, Calgary may well .spare Us grief [ The World of Spcrt. j up the grouch of some fresh young j player who fanclos Ijo has l>ccn In-.lured. The umpire, 'tho players, anil the public have mutual obligations. One of the Interesting visitors In town lo-dn.v Is Senator Deveber of i .,.., o,..... ^'Mj(,t|ibi'idBO. In his .voungor days the) , , , , the suggestion that the city should | * . ,, ' . ! man to catch on the. bases Just the senator dltl a few notable stunts � ' Artie O'Pea does not mn as If he were going fast hut ho Is a hard SUBSCRIPTION:' In'Advance  51.50 a year Otherwise - $2.00 a year ADVERTISING; establish a bureau with the object of advertising its manufacturing attractions Is a good one. And such a I the starting line and-It Is conse-jnuentlynot to lie surprising that the same. Ilenny, .. .. , ., ., ,,,, more staid statesmnn of middle age! bureau in considering -the claims of . , a good receiver , . ... should yet l*o found with a youthiul ; h , vnr nus industries would not lake' ' ! s.'rim won d every thing for granted. Several of the Knslern papers nro Per Month SI.00 Per Inch trying to stem th.- H� w of F.nstern i --7-: pupulat-it'll In 11�' Wesl. |ly exag- gerating loptirls that are unfavorable tn i he country and by, passing i ver the favorable news; these pap -etx nr.> eliil� m tiring to discourage!he set Helmut of the great western por OUR POINT OF VIEW heart and a wholeeome Interest in nnvUour sport. The senator is here I to preside at a meeting of ^ Inert sso enthusiasts in the hoard of I rude roomstonight called for the purpose, j of organizing a provincial lacrosse 'league. Or. Ivvtfber knows a whole I lot about medicine, he also knows 'much about the kolliical mvds of Can the Medicine Mat catcher is but his throwing lo not catch a school- box . .Jada anil At ierla in particular, as the .. "(aspiring candidate would put It but their own country. I hey 1 � 1 lingers ami Ford are the pick of ,llie raic.hers. with mltls in favor of I he ovMnrnoti. A Southern Alberta baseball lea  gui> has lnvn organized inrliuOng Okolnkn, Nundin, t'laresholm, U�av-'lags, Slavely, High Itiver ami liranl. Now that the city is to have a numbering of houses, why should not Ihm streets receive attention nisi? Sooner or later the nirtIqjuated miming of our thoroughfares must lie leniently forget (hat the pros|>erily of one pint if the country, means |iro.-|ieiitv to all parts. The Mou- se neness on Canadian matters, thus �when it conies to spt.rl the senator .talks with eipially great authority, (because he has played the game and played it well. ! In the olden days there wore few Changed and the sooner the hotter, j,.......s ,,,.,.. ,>ri,viiirLil papers , ,pr. amateurs who cllh,ul K,lUU,.. other than curios 1 n,,*v MM-ened '� ,,'s,,,,,y en ns a centre. Tho thoroughfares ,,v ,, ,,,,. ,.1,u,l.,, provinces, he i-woukl be nuinbored as they are dis- ms, ,s ,mu.|, , [,,,,, j, ,|,e fulur. tant from the centre. Those running ,,f eastern Canada as he is in ilmt of , . , . , .., . , one direction to be called streets and (livll.(,t ,,. ,,,.,. ,,,,,,, ,,"�'�*"" 1 difficulty of finding and re.nem^ring ;M,...... .......s ,, 1)SS,.t ,,,.,,, his r"r- ."'m,,,n* \,K' f""1""' ",,,y " !� ability. Promises of bonuses ami fat ' lohs won't go. The senator tonight will propose a rule fixing a thirty- Me.liiine Hut got four hits and fiui runs while Lethbiidge hit safely eleven times mid crossed the pall on- or poor liiisc-rumiliig. game allowing the Inied-hlltlng Minors only four singles, of which Nuu-sMo got t\u>. Morrison was o.v the slab nml �,low�l eight hits. The gain* had no s|>echil features. Score: Leehbridge. ...... I OOpOOOO 0-1 (tits ........ 'J (I 0 0 I 0 0 1 0-! Mixllclnc I hit ..... I 00 i) 0000 x-4 lilts ......... 110*0011 x-fl Friday's game was close but was chiefly noted for the differences of opinion expressed by the umpire anil some of the tjftlh bridge players. Schureh was handing out shoutsnml he porniHted only five men to touch him up, while his supporters gathered seven c (V Worts. The las-t game of the series was a hair-raiser. Por eleven inningwlhero was fast baseball, churaetorlttxl by hard hitting and fnst fielding which kept the score down to 1-1. Ijelh bridge scored ilk the first and the Hal evened up in the ninth. Kip -I pert and Pennington were the opposing pitchers. Umpire Knowllon gave the game to the Hat alleging that the visitors wore trying to delay the game. Alter their strenuous time nl (ho (las City, our representatives Jour  ncyed lo the capital nnd opei**! up that series with the liest pa me of the season. At the end of ten Innings the game was ft all. Schureh pitched a star game being pitted against Hlcxriid, the stellar jiorformor for the Northerners. The game was culled on account of dnrkness. The score: I .el 111 i ridge ... 0 1 0 0 I O 0 O It 0-T� Million ton ..... 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 :i 0-5 the location of houses and lotswoiild be reduced to a minimum, nnd the city would be up-to-date in this important matter. To tho average present-day citizen of Lethbridge the names i.f the streets have no significance. Such |,.,r! of Canada that is standing terms as Crabb, Ford, Unrtlett, or thai as �i monument to the millions of run-Wood have no meaning to him and . ^.sicd Kurop.. ' theio will l)C no regrets because of � .������ the passing of the names, that in |;,,. M,.thixiisi svs.eiii oi reinoviug the early days may have had some pastors ns die oml oi a lour year signiflcancc and bearing on the hi:- i.tim is mi. popular wi.h the ion tor>' of the place. At present they ' gregntimi ,ii l^'thbiiilge at tlie pres-nre a rank confusion nnd a sore vex- , m iim a large title, luith club has boon asked to send one ilelegnle. the wise impression ini'tailing tliat large unwieldy gatherings nr.' not nearly as likely to prove business-like as the smaller, but representative one In conversation with a representative of the Pally News Senator IV-'velor outlined his itk'as of aiimtenr spun ami there won't be nun h � ha ace for graft ing if his wish iiksjIs Willi the ontlorsnt ion of tho \w\ ing to-night The t�Min does not s it nil..... * j l-.iler has lieon greatly reinforced by tho famous llnisleck brothers. who uiv well known in the first Ion- The Busy Boosters 25,000 Club GitsDowR it W�rk-Street Carnival En|a|td. The Uo.OOO Club is already fairly well orgnni/.ed for work. On Friday the executive met ami appointed some of the coininltlo|ilo travel with the shows. They nro highly spoken of, being engaged for Wlnul  peg Fair, the Sinle Fair gt Spokane mid other places. I he beginning than at the end of the  e.ismi. One year. Toronto hist the first seventeen games, ami lost nine mil of the next ten or something like that, nnd then won the- peiinunl. lluck up boys, the game is young yet mul there's lots of com in Kgypt It looks as if Umpire Knowllon I The senator is not nil spoil Ho ' has it in for the l*>thhridgo fellows found opportunity liotween goals to; or that they huve it in for him. or vedg* in laudatory remarks alii ill hod. Prom this distance we tin not guo loams of Holland. There are thre." of these brothers ami another Men Tell the Story Frank. Altn.. June i.-One of the Wether is the f.nn nis oentiv-hnlf on , foreigners working at the mine gave tin* Scottish International team, of j ev i.loiice. staling he had worked in which he is captain. The Itnistieck j iMmsi.urg and hero. Then* was a fund brothers are famous throughout, all j crouton by Andrew Carnegie which (iival liritain nisi Talier will, be very pnys (il a day during sickness or nc- gestion to the Ueutonnnt (iovernnr |,v ,.-,,.,.x |,,.|V n,s ,,�,,.,. js j, ' l-e'hbridgo ami its future U*th  Iknow the merits of the enso at Medi- of this provinee that he invite the Prince to bo his guest. As the Prince is travelling on the main line of the C.IMt. he could not Ije ex -Itccted to brunch oft at Calgary ami go north to tho Oubernntorial headquarters but tho IJeiitonnnt Uovvnior and thai |,. �,ll return u. tl.it b,i',K� 18 "�l "V,,,R " prov,,, , few -ears is .he earn '* stoa.ly _growl h est wish ,.t ,ii |,s i.....,ls h",,so-s nru "l-rlng up II strong with them. A mooting for the formation of a roviniial Football U'ague will bo s houses ore spring up like rooms, only a little nwuv substantial the mushroom simile ends Ain.-i icans are up Ihe farms around the �� Hat. but there must have boon ,,.,., ,, |{|wr ,, t|||m. cidetit ami funeral ex|s*nsi>s, and SfiOO to the family in case of death. VIKWS OF MANAtiF.HS. � Tho view of tho o|K>rators was pre- Thal big ad of \'. S Shepanl's in las. Sat,..��I.,.', s Winnipeg Five p.v.ss ^"""^'"K "''' w.is a l>b; boos, for (his gi.y. Mr ( can a/Tord to go south to Calgary. ni,v,,,| Ubeves in K'lhbridge ,nil |'ilJ "ml ,K,,V'' ,hu'v '" S|M" |tht> ""'I'i'f to their manager and tho the Alberta metropolis, nnd enter- he is s|N-nda.-Calgary Daily Nov s. harm and may do n. heap of good. Alberla are mil in leaf, iho * The Ueutenant Oovernor, by Imluc  nciss is m,:li,s IokIi, the vviiit.rwhent I A certain Calgary pnpi'r persists in ing the Prince to be the Province's is i.-n ami iweiv,. indies high undtlie ('ailing tho "iimpiro" tho "empire:'. RailroadChanges. Sii|m>rintcndent It. It. Innuoson of Calgary, HuiM>rintendent .1. Niblock for any act ion thiit resembles rowdyism. O.d.v i 11 lull-players can un lersland I lie object of bully-ragging Ihe umpire or getting back at him. . . .... .... . i. i . i .of Calgary, and ('. Krickson former- Ihe great majority don t give ii red  ly rondmasior of this division but 'now siiiK-rimenik-nt of the third district of tltu Western division of the C.P.H. wore in tho city for a tew hours on Friday. Hy a bulletin, No. ."�7, issued by cent for the disputes between ploy- j ers nnd iimiiir.'s, but want to see the game piaye.l, ami the very best that  an he had. It is to be ho|�ed that tho League authorities will put forth eve*y effort to uphold and defend the In nor of the players, the authority of th - umpires nml the welfare oft ha giieu'. 'I'lie lirsi lacrosse game is on 'he guest for even a tiny, would do a 'spring grain hhles die ci lor of the '"' ,,u,.v think he is the whole ! Mth. The boys are practising haul great service. �soil, lo sn.v nothing of the luxuriant .empire but olhers don't. lo.iuly of Ihe (lowers. Join ihe lions! or Club and linos!. The _!.*.Mii. t'1,,1, I,,,,i io �j.yiiiui ,, Ml l-oosi and no bust Ijcllibridge aims to Ik.' a great  manufacturing city. The best way to reach that position is for local men lo invest all tho money lhey can in . industries. Wo notice that the city Hum of St. Thomas, Ont.. is going tohuvo n car factory, financed by St. Tliom- Pall in? ,�s money. The people in that city. , nml we ought to realize il even more '' ""' heavy odor of oeud cattle billowing here, renli'/o that if there is one tiling s"ilv, rniiiont as ,on the subject: "The players huv in Canada oi which then- is. no over " drove en n,.. Kxporimoiiiul Farm carried this coaching too far and j With regard to coaching on the jhnse line, Sporting Life of Si. Louis Mo, has the following comment: I 'Members of the urn-Id's champions are complaining lieenusv they are for-____ bidden to make any demonstration in Itn, si with die biiiich I the comber's box until a imin reiiohes -- | lirsl base. Jack Sheridan has the pointed remarks to make priKluciiou, it is passenger, freight li,!'1 week? nml tint curs. So they are going tn > -- start and manufacture thum and ex ^hon thus. ...ims strike ihe s.on pect to give employment to fjfill poo- '**'' 11 Moneial|.\ moans a home run. p!e. It is a I least a base hit brought on tho enforcement them -�selves. A bull player if given an jitich v ill take a yard, and it isuocos- snry to enforce thnt rule in order lo jkuep the couchers from making the i game a farce." ami will be in (he liesl shn|h> possible to nivei Medicine lint's l.ve'y bunch on that day. Canada's nut  ioiiiil game has worthy exponents in the present team ami smikj highclnss ! ,,lftst''r lethbridge, A. Allan, spoil vv.ll lo sivii thia sununer. (train dospuleber, Medicine Su|ierintendt*nt Juinlt*son, th* Western division is divided into thre* districts with hemkpiarters at Medicine lint. Calgary and Crnunrook. District No. 1, htud two sets of despntchers Tie Lacrosse Iji-uguo dKI w��ll lo '� Lethbridge. one on trains east to elect Svii.iior i�.'V(*l.or president. Tho;,,M' ',,,t *,n10 '"�" Players will blame diem, than in Ontario cities and wo huve ( Mr Justice Weiumro. ihe nbie-t ,n i ,'>'�" lu" wl>* *r>' �� ,lul' the prospect of gus too. With rea - '>'' >( the musi respected m  .ibi i s' "uiiip's" into favoring their pels, aonable railroad rules wo could get  "f the judiciary ,n tho vest  ., i H"t this nuincrutlc ruler Is paid to the -timber and steol from convenient ">' player or club, of the people. \ Odice. ;gnn W llarvie and J. C. Itobinson. UASP.HM.L IIF.V1FAV. Up until Tuesday, night, Ivthbriilge has playiMl live games abroad ami of ibis i|iiinteit�) was not able to call one its own. Umpire Knowllon seems to have taken tpiite a hand in tho gume acting as a sort of tenth man for .Medicine Hat during tho games there. So great was th* iro of the U>lhbridgi> players ngnliiMt this official that they forgot thoir lovo of nionev nnd gave him so vera I excuses lo assess thum heavily. a moating of the Utuguo 'JCxecutivo is being held i.y request of tho l4)thbri�lg� man -ag.uiioui when tlie case is being tuk-en up. 'l"ho executive will investi -gale carefully to siw if tho rltnrges against Umtiire Knowl,ton bo true or not. It is It. Ixt hopod that jus-tire will bo meted out to all parties. Tho first gnnui at tho Hot went to the homo team by a score of 4-1. llolli>, the now southpaw pitched a F. II. Sherman, president if Dis-trici IK. U.M.W. of a. has a two-weeks' holiaay mid is s|M*mllng it looking, afior his homestead in tlie l/'lhbiHlgc district, S.K. of 4, 0. 17. tils family will reside thore this summer. John (Jalvln, Vice-Pros, is in charge �f District nITnirs. Teams Wanted. About ten teams are wanted at onco tohnul grain from tho Silver Farm to the Columbia F.lovalor, U'thbridgo. 00 Ions u day In a year's time. Three fatal accidents hud occurred at the mine since ho look charge last fall, nnd he claimed failure to obey orders was the cause of each. The ventilation of the mluu was good. I to thought 'the mine inspector visited the mine often enough, but he did [not care if he came around oftonor. In reply to a quest ion hy Commissioner llayson. ho admitted shortage of men miglil bo due to thvi fact that men objected to working in a mine w-hoiv there was too much of a pitch. 'Ihe.v preferred flutter veined mines. Mr. Moore was perfectly satisfied with the present coal mining legislation of |ho Provinces. He wouldlook upon a compensation law us a |s>n-ally upon a particular industry. it won hi make mining, now tho back bone of the country, us burdensnmo as possible. During his long oxper  ionce lie found accidents were duo to negligence of tho men. more espec -iully experienced men. He said that (hey only got about six hours actual work under the elghl hour day bank to bank. He said he was in entire accord with the suggestion that unions should lie incorporated. Ho lound men did not always live up to their agreements and they should be incorporated in order to make them responsible. Ho put in a kindly word for foreigners by saying there were in many rnoos splendid minors. Frank, Alt*., June 5.-The work- ing miners had an effective Innings before the coal coiiiiinlssion to-day. I'hey were licltor able to tell what they wanted and why they wanted II than any of Ihelr follows at Loth -bridge. There wore throo witnesses, nil Scotchmen, employees of the Can-ndlnu-Amerlcan company. Like the miners heard at IxithbrUtge they stood strongly for an eight hour linnk-lo-hnnk law nnd a compensation act. The eight hour Iwnk-lo-bank system is followed in the mines here, but the men want it mude a law so that Ihey will bo sure of it for all time to come. The trio of witnesses had worked under the cotu-liensntlon net In Scotland and they were unanimous In declaring It was highly satisfactory. Invariably the operators kept (he mines in lieller sha|*e. Timber wns provided, the machinery fenced in ami all holes filled up. They took every .precaution lo guard against accident, and as a result the number of accidents was remarkably decreased. Ocnernl Manager Naismith of tha (lalt company hud declared thnt iho passage of a com|tcnsatlon net would necessitate an Increase'In the cost of coal, but David Stone dispntedthls statement and said that the net in Scotland had never added one cent to the cost cf coal. The Frank miners are paid once a month. They say this is a great inconvenience, ossein I ly since the cash system is enforced in the stores. They urged legislation coni|H)lling imymcnt fortnightly. One witness suid that if a train wanted pari of his wages in advance he had to pay five per cent to tho Company. Complaint was offered against the present method of carrying explosives. Tlie lid of the can containing the explosive was not fastened nml il easily felt off and allowed the power to fall, creating a dangerous situation. They thought (he lids should be hinged or locked. The suggestion was tirade that shot firing lie done by special men, not by lite individual miners ns at present. D was also advanced that there should lie a law preventing discriminating by the operators in selecting employee*. The men claim that they do not discriminate against the operators. Pit'sitk'nl Nicol, of the local miners union, while admitting he was not very well informed on the pro  visions of the Dominion Conciliation Acl. was willing to do without it. Ho objects lo a third interfering^ whore his wages were concerned, lib said the mine here wns well eipiip|*ml with nun having I.V) at the present time. Nicol made the charge that ihe initio inspector did not inspect iho mine thoroughly. He says it takes two days to pro|ierly inspect a mine. In connection with compensation 'pel in Scotland, Jus. Turabult said that younger men were given the preference thai was o* day was $11.00. He favored tho run of mine system ami was opposed to boys under eighteen working in a mine except on tho gangways. Nicol fuvored legislation compelling operators to place limber in the most convenient pluces for the men. Having to go to get it he argued decreased his earning capacity. They have an agreement to that effect here, but he wants it enacted into law. Witness slated that in two nnd a half years there hud been seven fatal accidents all due tn 'suffocation through being buried in coal in the chutes. As n remedy he suggested that greater precaution should lie taken in drnwing coal out of I he breasts. School Att��4Mc� tocrcoM* The School Hoard met on Tuesday evening. Tlie mrnvliers present being the chairman, J. II. Fleetwood and Messrs. Macbeth and Johnston, Principal Hamilton nnd Architect Itolf -.soft wcio also in attendance. > Applications for positions on tlto stuff were.received from Miss It. tl. Stanton of Montreal, Miss (1, Oxloy of Pa>adise. N.S., Miss N. 8. Cox of Magralh und Miss L. McCulloch ot Itnymond. W. W. Pearson presented a communication from tho Department of lOducation re iho vaeclnatlon of his children. The Hoard, however, said that they could do nothing, more in Ihe iiratlcr. Mr. Pearson complained of the way in which his appearances iMiforo the HoanL.hnd been reported in the morning paper. Tho qfiairmnn said that ho was very sorry to see the report because it was most unfair nml that he wishod tho reporter was present to hear'Mr. Pearson's remarks. Tho Hoard passed a resolution thanking Senator DeVoher and tlie Ooologicul Survey of Canada for live fine geological collection given the school. The matter of purchasing a piano for the school was laid over. The senthfnent of Ihe Hoard was opposed to accepting money raised, hy the oiudents Ui purchase furnishings for tho school. Tlie Hoard would pur -chase a piano if there wns a suit  able place for it. F. II. ttolfson wns appointed to in-s|iect the schools and report ueces  snry repairs. Tho principal's report showed a largo ineronso over last year, tho enrollment being 453 as against !V;s fqr Mny last year. The daily attendance was !l(15, that of May 1000, l.elng 250. ;