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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta S Lunch eon 12 to 1.30 at the Cafe Private entrance Ford Street GOOD PROSPECTS AROUND PINCHER Crops li EictUeBt CoBditm Al SvpreHe LUNATIC WAS OUT WITH RIFLE Ingcrsoll, June Christie, London, Ont., entered the C.P.R. telegraph office here with a loaded rifle and covering the operator, or- dered him to send a message to Earl Grey, the governor-general, saying that he, desired a personal interview with His Excellency. The operator quickly diagnosed the com- that his visitor was sutiering with, and at an opportane time the local chief of police was called in who took the rifle away from the lun- atic. Christie was taken hack to the London asylum from where he had es- caped. No.l No. 2 No. 3 Very Strongly Built r Spoked Wheels Leth bridg rest of the team whenever there was any need. I There was a- poor attendance at the game as there was a strong wind blow- ing all afternoon. Uranum 15 i Stavely 015 Englsbretson and Wray; Haines and Hooper. The" dates for the -Macieod Turf As- sociation have been set' for the 23rd of June, and everything points to a very successful race meeting. ton, president, ami G.F. Beere, secre- tary-treasurer, are working hard to make this year's meeting the best ever held in this 'part of Alberta. The races at Beaver Creek have been postponed from July 4 to the 15 so as not to clash with the Provin- cial Fair at Calgary. The Cricket matcu here today play- ed between the local team and Lech- bridge resulted in a draw, each sWe scoring 117 runs. Although the day was a very windy one a good game J Mr. Erickson was the harness mak- 1 Fairbrother, Faunch, Ilolber- er here and had carried on business since- December last. He was most popular with all and his untimely death at -the age of 33 is left most keenly. .Mr. Erikson was a member of the local Oddfellows and they are mak- ing arrangements.for the funeral. SHIPPING FRUIT FKOMKOOTEXA C.Kid hi Exceptionally Weather Nelson, B.C., June Exception- ally fine weather is ripening tho fall fruit very favorably in the Koolcnay country, thc shipping season here commencing with a shipment o[ cher- ries yesterday. Strawberries look exceedingly well and raspberries and gooseberries arc promising ton, Farmer, Joyce, Hawkins, Bar- ber and Westley. The Callies will likely consist of: Boss, Smith, 'Anderson, Crawford, Cummings, Mcllvena, Marr, Glenn, Moore, Oliver and Wemyss. An important meeting of thc S.O. Football club will be held at thc barracks to-night. All members of the club are requested to attend. SOUTH ALBERTA LEAGUE STANDING Won Lost Per cent. Claresholm 4 1 .800 Macieod 4 2 .66G Granum 2 4 .333 Btavely 2 5 .285 A meeting will be held in the near future by the executive committee of the Southern Alberta League to de- cide on a new scheaule allowing for more games to be played this se-vw'n. As the teams are semi-pros, and the expenses are running high it is thought by the management of ta'j different teams that 'by having a larg- er number of games tilus would professional ball a .success and u- more towns In this tnstrict Uo support a serai-professional team next vear. BASEBALL BREVITIES In Cash Prizes TO BE GIVEN AT THE LETHBRIDGE FAIR August 9-10-11 For the Best Loaf of Bread made from Hour of the ELLISON MILLING FIE- VATORCO. The following are the prizes: First Shoot Of the Lethbridge Rifle Association The first shoot or the Lethbridge Rifle Association of the season was held on Saturday afternoon at the; former new rifle raugle, situated X. W. of' the Traffic Bridge. In .'spite of the (very unfavorable weather, owing to the high wind and clouds of dust, ciuite a number of enthusiasts turned out, which was 'Very gratifying to the hard during the past few months to endeavor to instal a rifle range second to none in the Province of Alberta. [Owing to the fact that a few altera- Highlanders, games from McConnell had his "spitter" .work- ing well. Pitcher Quinn, of the has won four straight Washington this season. Cincinati fans claim that Egan is the best, second baseman in the Na- tional League -this season. Fred Lake is having a hard time of it trying to make a" winner, of the Boston Nationals. It is evident that it will take some for Johnny King to regain his Entry No. 396 397 398 399 To Professional Bakers Home Made (Bakers can- not compete in this class) Girls under 14 Best Loaf Brown Bread from our WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR 10 3 5 2 This Is The Brand! Now is the time to try it You may win the prize! Ask your dealer for this will get a high- grade flour at the right price and have a chance to win the biggest prize ever offered in Lethbridge by any flour mill. Asfe Your Grocer For Our Flour. Usual V prices will prevail For fhrther particulars Lethbridge Prize List I tions were in progress only one range executive who have been working was fired over, namely 500 yards. But those members who did turn out are fully convinced that Lethbridge has a rifle range of which any city might be proud of. Several leading citizens of Leth- bridge were present, and it is to be hoped that their example may be fol- lowed by the young men of the city jand that they willcome to realize that they have in their midst a rifle asso- ciation, to which any young man should only be too glad to belong. It is a splendid means of passing a few hours, and the duties which members are called upon to perform are very trifling. Members are not bound to any military service, they only have to take the oath of allegiance, and can only be called upon for the defence of Canada..'Any young man who is nut prepared to take up arms in de- fence of his country is not. worthy of the flag .under which he lives. Alfred Hardie, lives some seven miles out from the city, made the best score totalling 23 out of a possible 35 When the Cubs started for the East Pitcher Cole had six victories in a row to his credit. "Bugs" Raymond has been doing good work for the Giants of late and looks to be the "Bugs" of old. G. A. PEAT Real Estate Firt Insurance 5 Macdonald Block Phone 570. P. 0. Box'MS. WE COLLECT RENTS LOTS FOR SALE IN NORTH LETH BRIDGE We have 34 lots for sale in North Lethbridge, close -to Westminster, Road, for cash, balance per month. Houses all arou'nc here and to those who want to build these are just what you want. At owners' prices HOUSES FOR Ashmead cash handles this. Fully modern, fireplace, panelled 'Tn every sense the finest little house you can find. Argyle cash handles this, S rooms, fully feet, best lawn with splendid shade making ideal home. Phone ,us 544. Car will take you from your home to seo these. The Dowsler McMillan land Coipaiij Suite 205 Sherlock Building Phone 544 WE COLLECT.RENTS ,v ALLEN VS. ABE ATTEL Efforts are Being Made to Bring Two Together in Syracuse, N. Y. Syracuse, June Allen, the ex-Ottawa scrapper, put it all over Teddy Broad, the English feather- weight, here last night. Broad was game but was given a terrific beating in the hands of Allen. Aside from two jabs in