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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Leiiibridgc Daily Herald, Wednesday, June 8.1910. THE SUB-DIVISION THAT SELLS Here arc some' reasons for bliving FAIRMONT. A It is the best situated subdivision in the City of Leili- f'bridge. close in, being well within the Oily Limits. It is in direct line of the growth of the City. 'I The .'North Ward is the most rapijly growing portion of Ijtlic'City. Wcsl minster Road, which is only i'oiu' blocks from Firii'- twoiit, will in a vcrv short time; be'the main business street the City. y, The City has located its Industrial reserve on the East of Faimionl, which it intends using for factory sites. There arc many awake men in Lethbridge wlio are on the look out for something especially in the Avav of real estate investments. They "77 have had a wide experience and they know a good thing when they sec it. fc ..These men are showing their wisdom and their insight into the future by buying lots in Fairmont Prices to per lot Cash, balance 3, (J, and i) months. Here are some reasons for buying Fairmont: The City has crowdexl up against Fairmont. The C. P. 11. runs along the Southern boundary of Fairmont, and already the whole southern front has'been bought up at a lot for track- age property. Property is selling far out beyond Fairmont, in all directions. Every lot in Fairmont is perfectly level. V-" Won Again game t< Spotting Editor, Herald Dear 'reference to Walter's j ;letter, which j "Brookins1 Case Makes in j I in a walk. The score at the your issue of yesterday on the sport- was 14 to 7. Walters made a mis- j ing page, let it be'said that the di- rectors oi the Lethbridge Ball Club wish to say positively that player O'Hayer was not a party to the con- temptible tactics pulled off by our The R H E' ex-manager, and only acted as would Edmonton ......000140 15 4; be expected by any one else placed in1 Regina...... ...002 ill 13 3 a similar position. _ f Batteries Grady and Spencer i; The facts are as follows June game to- j take by replacing Sage by Hooker, night s taken by Calgary in the j the latter was too easy for anything, third ings, when the locals simply Baxter hit a home run with the bases with four on tho Robin j full in the fifth. HoodsStaudcidge pitched' gilt-edged ball, siting them out and holding them to two hits. The Robin Hoods tin't a look-in. They playeo. fair the field but failed to hit. Smith Titled for the visitors, but was bil for six hits. Paddock made aome run which seems to be a regulj feature with Calgary. The sle: R HE Calgary! .........004 000 G 1 Even the: ball players have an eye to the crops. Though the rain last night prevented the game being played at the park, they all voiced expres- sions of satisfaction for the turn of the .weather. C I t Local Sport Notes WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE v STANDING Sage, Hooker and McNutt. was released by Cox vrithout any [reason given, after the game played Moose ......-.000 000 2 2 and Stanley Srnithscand Bliss. li Every athlete, every cAviminor ovovv Y Calgary -uieine Hat T night, and before we j j knew anything about this "raw deal" j Edmonton j he was interviewed by Walters and' j Winnipeg 12 ball player, i signed up. This was no doubt all pre- i Brandon 11 OV0TV i man or woman who loves out door life and exercise, should keep a box of Zam-Buk handy. is a purely herbal prepara- tion, which, as soon as applied to cuts, arranged between Cox-and Walters. As soon as we heard that we were being deprived of our first baseman we asked him, (O'Hayer) if he ,was satisfied and would like'to continue Eskirps Hat a Cindi Victory' June had the best of he game here this evening until tl-fiftii innings when the Eski- mos piX up four runs, putting them in the ad by one. In the seventh the hon team made four more and in the five, winning the game bruises, burns, sprains, blisters, sets up highly beneficial operations, i with our boys, and his .reply was de- First, it is antiseptic properties render :tbe wound free from all danger from blood poisoning. its soothing properties relieve and ease the pain.. Then its rich, herbal balms penetrate the tissue, and sets up the wonderful pro cess of healing. Barbed wire scratches, insect stinges skin diseases, such as eczema, heat rashes, ring- worm, babies' heat sores chafed places sore come within Zam-Buk's power. It also eases and cures piles. All druggists and stores. Avoid im- itations. o s Lethbridge 9 Regina Moose Jaw 8 8 11 12 15 13 14, 17 .GSO .542 .500 .423 .400 .364 .346 cideiily yes. We then assured him that we were fully satisfied and'want- ed him with us, and that the Regina manager not compel him to make the change. While O'Hayer's work is proof pos- itive -that he is a man of his word, still we feel it our duty to publicly exonerate him fully in the matter. Yours truly, T. D. KEVIN, Pres. L.B.C. The Passing of the German Shoe Stock 15 Day? an el the stock will hheEvcly {Sales 'Co. 1 Tin? Stock will melt away at Invoice Prices Of the allotted time for the distribution of this Shoe Stock has already flown, and every day since the inception of this oreat bargain event has been a o hummer. Come in Boys, the Bargains jvrc fine! NATIONAL At Philadelphia- Philadelphia 150 i 030 j At (Boston............................. 141 Pittsburg 3 4 2( At New 1 j'New York 4 8 3 St. Louis 5 92 'At Brooklyn- Won Lost Per cent. 1 Brooklyn .........................10 9 2 Cincinnati 0 34 AMERICAN At Detroit 480 Washington 2 8 0! At Cleveland- Cleveland Philadelphia 496 At St. St. Louis 064 New York 4 12 0 At Chicago 693 Boston...........................- 7 12 4 (This gamet lasted thirteen ASSOCIATION At R HE Columbus 6 9' 1 Kansas City 4.6 2 At Toledo- Toledo .......7 1 51 SL Paul...... ......._........... 564 At Indianapolis- Indianapolis 3 10 1 Minneapolis 6 13 3 Ab Louisville- Louisville 5 13 5 Milwaukee 8 10 3 EASTERN At Montreal-Buffalo, rain. At Toronto- Toronto 0 6 1 Rochester............ 3 12 1 Owing to. the rain last night the football match between the Britannias and Sons of England was postpone'd until Friday evening. V The Herald was unable to gel' a despatch from Medicine Hat on tl'e result of the game there, but iud that Brandon was defeated Winnipeg, completes their series here tonight, and to- morrow the Angels of Bran- don will be on the scene. There will be a battle for your life between the tail-enders. Everybody get out and see The Hick Hardware staff wish to: hereby give notice, that the challenge i put forth by the real estate men for a game Mseball has been accepted by them. See these columns later for of match. The shield for the Amateur Athletic meet to be held here on July 1st will be on exhibition in the windows of the Foot Toggery towards the end of this week. Contestants in tile Athletic meet on July 1st are practicing every night on the Athletic park-after the base- ball games. Strangers in the city who may wish to join the boys in these practices are cordially invited tc be present any evening. L. J. Helmer formerly of'the Leth- bridge Sporting Goods store, left yes- terday for Medicine Hat, where he will reside. The lacrosse boys lose a good man thereby, but indications point to much good material yet on hand. The Gun Club will hold its regular weekly shoot to-night, wind' or no wind, the only thing that will pre- vent shooting will be a downpour rain, at, the shooting hour. The new Leggert Trap will be used. Next week a hand cap shoot jvill be helh, and to-night's scores will be taken into THE REAL THING is tlio only kind a real sportsman and it's the only kind we care to deal in. We are sports our- selves and know how it feels' to have everything go just so. -We sell nil kinds of FIRST CLASS SPORTING GOODS fo r indoor or outdoor pastimes. Also games of every description. It would pay you tcAook over our su- perb stock. You'll surely see some- thing you'd like to have. If you do, we can make the price fit your purse The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co. 'HONE 1032 412 ROUND 8T consideration for it. A fine trophy will for next week. Get out and boost for the tournament. iT1 Last Saturday a few members of" the Rifle Association journeyed to the new range and tried over a few shots. After a few minor alterations this' will be a first class range. The first regular shoot will be held on Satur- day June 11. Hans Wagner is slow in in- 'tn batting form. He is away down in the National league list of stickers with .227. It will not be long, how- ever, before Hans will be perched near the top. Go to it. men. tor fifteen Tlio siockr for you. "u'.: purchase else- where at. our prices. Tiie rapid selling of tlie past ten days has made 4jagged hole in the stock. Many of the shelves -which were packed with shoes are now empty WAKE UP! MEN. Strike while the iron is hot." If you want Shoes at 30 per cent, less than market value, BUY NOW The BVBLY SABLES CO. will chop, slash and cut the prices as never before in Lethbridge We Open Tor Dusmess on FRIDAY, JUNE 10th, 1910 Our Stock of Sets, Cut Glass; is full and complete In every particular The Eveh Sales Go. Wo do things for you. High Prices ami tho Evely Sales f live in one store. We want you to help us In fulfilling our contract to Mr. by crowding his everything is ly cleaned up. COMPANY OF CALGARY Selling the German Shoe Stock Round St. Next to Imperial Bank Come one, Come All Open Evenings Men, get your share in the Distribution of the German Stock. We handle exclusively, and have many lines never before shown in this city. The public will find it a pleasure inspecting this well- assorted expect to establish ourselves firmly with the people of Lethbridge by keeping these lines up to the minute at all times. Any person doing business with us is assured of just snd courteous treatment, Trusting that we may be of service to you, We remain, Yours truly, KIRKHAM BROS. 1st door north of The Simpson Co, 315 Crabb Street ;