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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 21, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta 2. 8. f>. -': -"?-?.�� t'i*�i-iC ^-*4>t,-J4444nir. the runnor-up gettinglhc other two lots. Arrange  monts have been made with J. J. Johnston, the Two Macs, the A. Mucdonald Co. nnd G. H. Johnston, that purchasers of SIO worth of goods f'ir cash will recoilo a ticket. Tickets may be secured from tho members of tho Bund also. Tho schedule of games to be ployed in tho Western Canadian Baseball Lcaguo hns boon arranged and published. Alf. Fidlor of Calgary ur -ranged the schedule so as to reduco th' rallvuy mileage to a minimum, ThoLenguo has an arrangement thut tho gttto recoipts at both regular and holiday games aro pnol.� and divldod among tho clubs. Koch club keeps Its own grand stand ro coipts. At th ond of tho season the tnlloago will bo borne equally cv th'' clubs. This is an admirable arrangement in a district where it is so hard to make an oquitahlo travelling arrangement. According to the sched-ulo tho season opens horo May 20 with Edmonton as tho visiting team. share ... holders of the Lethbridge Athletic At a mooting o tho Medicine Wat Association have a most valuable as Athletic Association, Manager "Nes tio" Nlcrsthoimor figured out his team as follows: 1st bums, Lindsay; 2nd base. Muggins; 8.1.. "Bed" Perry; 3rd base. Cy. Young; Benny, catcher; right field. Lefty Hall or Spring; loft field Nicrsthclnier, centre field, Brownie McClaln, and a pitching staff selected from Ititchoy, Hollls, Korr, Campbell, Tlowe, llartimtn and West-Mil  ler. A professional baseball club to bo set. Morrison is tho best manager in the League and there is no false economy in the management of iio local team. Time tells ninny things now unknown, ft will pay to watch our bunch. M1NISTEHS AND SPOUT. Gait Heformer: lly what ethics of religion should a clergyman he compelled to isolate himself from many sports? On what grounds should a man. make a home run. Strike at every ball that Is throwu Uubbor at tho other players. Lose your nerve, aflor two strikes. Wuit for instructions if, you see a chance to win the game. ALWAYS Chop the ball so it will not pop up in the air. Step into tho ball and moot it with your whole weight on your front foot. Thi.s puis your whole weight into the blow. Watch the bull from the tlroo It leaves the pitcher's hands, , - -- - wn want grounds snnuui a man, 'eaves mo pucner s hands, a drawing card, must bo sufficiently whpn no enlcrg tno noly oftko of thp | ,it nt lno , bft,u , ^ ftroiur to mako irood �*�,.. ,h, ....... ...... .....^ too oUxiou8 Wn, nn uri.-r Hives Notice of tin I Address l tl.s King Asking For it. : Oituwtt, Murch 11.-Sir Wilfrid Laurier to-night gave notice or an' address to Ills Majesty asking for an amendment to the U.N.A. net, chuusing the scale of payments t be made by the Dominion to the several" provinces. The amendments asked for are as follows: (a) Instead of tho amounts now paid, sums hereafter payable yearly by Canada to tho several provinces for tho support of their governments and legislatures to lie according populations, ami as follows: (1) Where the population of the prov -Inee is under 150,000, 5100,00; (2) WHY DO HORSES BUCK. (Portland Orogonlan.) Nobody has ever solved the prob  lem of tho outlaw horse. The mot  Ives that actuate the human outlaw are easily accounted for, but thebad horse of the plains offers a deeper problem. A horse born and bred in the surroundings of civil Ira tlon wilt manifest bud temper perhaps. but only by biting, kicking and squeal -ing. Hut as a rule this horse can be made a fairly respectable mcmVer ct equine society. Tho range horse, with his added accomplishment of bucking, is rarely tamed when once he has shown tho disposition of an t,,.1 outlaw. There is no evidence that the first horses brought into this country by the Spaniards know bow to buck when they were turned loose -----' ' '-' I ----- nv.v fcUIIICU IUUH Where tho populution is 150,000 but �n Ihe plulns, forming the nucleus of docs not exceed 200.000, $1.10,000; ! Ihe wild horse bands of to-day No (3) Where tho population of province, is 200,000. but does exceed 400,000. $180,000; (1) where thu population of tho province Is I00.U00 but does not exceed 800,000 $190,000. IR) where the populution is 800,000, but does not exceed a million and a half 8IS20,000; �>) where tho population of thu prov -incu exceeds u million and a half $210,000. (b) Instead of an nnmial grant of the freight the! doubt bucking was learned when not jsome mountain lion made a deadly leap to the back of one of thehorscs. Kicking would not dislodge the llln, so the hors.'s began to buck. The mountain lion endeaaored in vain to maintain his position. Teeth and claws would not avail against those peculiar twisting jumps and jarring descents, and soon Mr. Lion tumbled igiiominously in the dust, while the horse, scratched and bleeding, made menu} note of the best way to shake ____......- .......un.ta .in.ii jiiio annum paynu-nt hereafter to bo j lands and enacts mining laws -ut the same rate of eighty cents per At any rule, no mattor how It was and regulations. In other provinces head, but on the population of each j lee mod. tho bucking instinct Is there will be a large scope for the (province, as ascertained from time j strong in tho western range horse, federal department In connectlonvith lu lime by the last bicennial census, explosions publication of accurate in- '(until such population exceeds two ormation regarding mineral resuiir - million five hundred thousand. and res, metallurgical Investigation, etc. txi the rule of (Jo cents per head for -The output of the mines of ('anuda so much of said population as may is now about 875,000,000 and the |exceed tuo million /Kossibi!ilius of future development thousand. are so great that lb Is not unreason- ' (c) An additional ullovvuncu to katchewan and Alberta and in the .per head of population now allowed :�-��, m-.e i territories, the Dominion owns crown [the annual puynwnt hereafter to bo'off an enemy POTTKRIES FOR RELIANCE. (Tuber Free Press.) est in our outdoor sports. If those same sports show a tendency to do-generate the church will havo to shoulder a groat deal of tho blame. If tho Church will not tolerate muscular Christianity, it r\ust necessarily expect to >so tho young me And to hold that a clcrgymanshall not countenance, encourage or participate in sports or associate with young men of sporting proclivities, is preposterous and wholly untenable FOR BEGINNERS. Willie Keolor of tho Now York Americans Is perhaps the most scientific batter that tho game of baseball ev0r produced, lie has made tho art of hitting a Ufo-long study. Aftermuch persuasion, Kceler makos tha follow ing suggestions for tho benefit of the thousands of amateurs. NEVER. Draw back your fool and steps way Don't try to do the things you can't-and don't do some of the things you cau. Any man cau tell a Ho, but it takes a burn diplomat to induce people to believe it. You will havo smiling friends long as, you keep still und let your money talk for you. Somopoopio never stop to count the cost because they realizo that they haven't got the price, anyway. Since (he (Ire eluy industry at Re-, iium-e has become an assured fact ay, B>u�� mi.i. >u in |IKL nilI'VUsuil (C) All lUKUUolllll || 11oWU11 CO to [ able to expect that Canada will take [the extent of $100,000 annually for j,,nd aUoilm' *�od son,u ho� rank as one of the two or three leud- ten years to the prnvinre of llritish j covered, shares in the mine and lots Ing mining countries of the world Columbia. in the town have been selling rapld- '- -- VVu P'ay tllut Vour Majesty limy iy. Amongtho articles that will bo manufactured aro, crockery, sewer HI" PR EM E I'PURT AT CAIIDSTOX. lbu Kmclously pleased to cause a nu'asure to be laid before thu Imper- ii! und la the case Iteid vs. Neilsou ullnuatlon of wife's affections, jury awarded the plaintiff tf.'iLxi ' costs. lioyd Dingmnu was ttS 'quitted of Ihe chnrgo of robbing the | till in Cask and Brown's barbershop A man named Faulknor was sentenc-! ed to three uionths in the Lethbridge ibarracks for theft. Judge Hilton presided. C. F. P. Cony ben re K: V. of Lethbridgo was crown prosecutor. |--------- - ,�,. tfiriti,-,. lihi iinjier- I pipes fl,. iul parliament nt its present session u.urt|li and fire bricks. Fire clay is ,,,.*.., ut a conservative estlmato, repealing the provisions of section 50 u l01); u riuli however,1- be pro-118 of the British Nocrh America J juc,ul at Ueliunco for 25cents a ton. "u"t" (act of 18(17. aforesaid and Hithstitu- J'Phls statement requires tho follow-tm, {ling therefor the scu.e of payments ^ng explanation: The company was above set forth, vhlch slmll bo a j originally formed to mine a very fine final and unalterable settlement of | field of coal, identical In quality with the amounts to be puid yearly to j the famous Clnll coal. In doing this thu several provinces of the Doniiii- It is simply imposslblo to con vinos the average man that water is tho | The towns east of Edmonton and proper thing In which to drown his Strnthconn protested through their troubles. j members in the legislature against " - I the polluting of the Saskatchewan It's an ill wind that doesn't blow river by the sewerage from these dust in tho eyes of a man who de* (titles. The premier suid that the llberateiy bents his faithful, but tir- (Public Health Act would deal with ;cd horses. , the purity of streams ion for their local purpt/seH and the support of their governments and leg-jihlitureN. Such grunts shall be paid half yearly in udvuncu lu each province, but the govermueiil of Canada shall deduct from such grants, as against any province, all sums churgo able us interest us on the public debt of that province In excess of the several amounts stipulated in tho said act. All of which we humbly pray Your If thsrs la such a thing as a wis* society, ^ � -�.�.,,,. I A, 01 much we humbly pray Your ed above and thera (�.��� ��� I JJjjta-U ha. organ,**, . dramatic |Majesty to take Into your'gracious |^� UeSauce^Jl^ K , OOlety, aitd favorable consideration. _t fVr (he usual course of timbering was resorted tc. Some months ago a portion of the timbering gave way arift on the roof fulling in.- It was discovered that it consisted of a bed of fire clay, according to the most env iiv.'nt analyists in Europe and Canada, of nn exceptionally good quality, therefore, by removing the timbering iifter excavating the coal, this valuable product can be obtained at the ridiculously low figure mention-ed above, and there is �yary projh tortea of Canada. ;