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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, SATURDAY, MAY I, 1909. SPORTS WINNIPEG HAS A HOST OF ASPIRANTS Winnipeg probably has more play- ers trying- out for a place on its it-am than tuny other bull club of the Western Canada circuit. This is a list of those who reported at Red Minn.. the training camp of the Peg .team Gilbert Sumux-rs, outfielder, Ken- ora A. R. Brown, pitcher, Hallock, Minn.; W. Gail, pitcher, Toledo, O.; Jack Bernier, pitcher, Winnipeg A. G-. Becker, third base, Minneapolis Martin Murphy, pitcher, Hamiota Jerry Edmumis. catcher, Toronto A. F. Speiser, pitcher, Minneapolis Paul Gordon, catcher. Linden, Wis.: J. W. Beatcy, .first base, Toronto Robert McMahon, shortstop, Bing- harnpton. X. Y.; Pearl Cierzan, pit- cher, Minn.; Bert Weavvr. third base, Winona, Minn.; Fred Tticu- ette, pitcher, Langdon, N. D.; pitcher. Neb.; bor, Mich.; P. I-I. Mclntyre, first tuse and outfielder, Hanover, 111.; C. De Priest, pitcher, Manassa, Co.'.; M. C. Holmes, third base, Fayette, Ohio E. Van Zant, pitcher, Mil- waukee, Wis.; Dan Ring, pitcher, El- gin, 111. Mr, Riding Breeches For any garment, for a particular or specific purpose we have a Quick Order we can produce a Semi-ready suit, overcoat, trousers, or any uniform in four days' time at the tailor shops in Montreal. Ordrn can be sent by telejraph and shipped without dcljy. SOO exclusive patterns to select BiitUh importations. A pair of Riding Breeches, made from fi n e 'English whipcord, will outwear any cloth, and suited for riding, prospecting, or engineering, made with reinforced cloth or leather facing. and Finished to measure in four days and if there is no Semi-ready in your town, address us as below for free book and complete self- measuring chart. Barnstead is not in shape to put the in. his shoots. Neither Welsh nor Campbell were tried out. The 'Medicine1 Hatters will bo very strong in twirlers. to Macleod to play at Lethbridge on the afternoon of ths 24th of May. A letter was also sent to Frank and Pincher Creek urging them to join the league. R. who is the secretary .Josephs Lethbridge Intermediate La- of crosse Club will be pleased to re- Young Otto and Youn, fight for the championship land .tonight. McCoy, tho fatuous j ceive communications from any la- dealer in corkscrew slams, is over in 'crosse club in Southern Alberta. Any England looking for a mix. He at- j lacrosse players wishing to join the tended .tho Mo'ir-Hague contest at the I club are to tum out National Sporting Club last weekjticc on-Monday and Friday evenings and challenged the winner. H. Con- jat Square. noily Pollack acids more humor to ______ ______ the fight between Stewart and We-1 BASEBALL Coy which'was here here at the Na- Eastern tional A. C. by telling us that on the.nig-ht of the fight Stewart receiv- At Montreal 381; Bal- timore 054. Medicine Hat Gas (Medicine Hat News.) There is a' chance that Medicine Hat may have the Lethbridge-Medi- cine Hat series open here instead of at Lethbridge. If the team of the latter city is to do its training away from home, it will have to pass through the Hat just about the time the season opens and by stopping off to play-here on May 12th would save a considerable sum in railroad fares. Correspondence in regard to the point is now going on. ed a black hand letter. Stewart's j Northwestern angora surely wandered that night, j At 12-2; Seattle They did-everything in the world uoiy 10 2. him before the fight. No wonder Satiating Special Golf and Athletic Suitings on view. A. SOUTHARD, SOLE AGENT. For the benefit oi the News and the anticipating fans of Medicine Hat .it might be here stated, quite of- ficially, that it highly improbable that Lethbridge will open the sea- son in the Hat. The Lethbridge team will be .in their home city five days or a. week previous to the 12th, so the Medicine Hat argument is killed, and this city is not going to agree to anything that will disappoint the fans here. The Hat is looking for something soft apparently. Back up. wwin't there would be with the heart- Who MORE EDMONTON BASEBALL HOT AIR (The Bulletin.) With the opening of the league sea- son only a few days distant, we find Edmonton about the only team in really good shape for business. Cal- gary is. disgruntled. Grist's men did not come through with the goods' as. was expected on Saturday last." The" directors of the club held a meeting on Monday and it is probable that there were things, said there that wouldn't be advisable to publish. It looks from here like a repetition of the '07 season. The Mad Hatters are trying to train at the gas town, and the men are in daily terror of blow- ing the whole works. The Mor- mons are 'somewhere down in the States. The Lethbridge Herald hands out a little dope about them occas- ionally, but it is easily seen that the miners down there are mighty un- easy. The Jaws and the Bonepilers are training down in the Dakotas and the residents of the two Saskatche- wan towns are beginning to be afraid that they will not be back on time. The Brandon Lunatics are working out at home, and the weath- er has been such that it is the gym- nasium for theirs.. The Maroons have foregathered at Eed Wing, Minn. but Manager Lohr is so tangled up in his -army of players and hangers on that at is taking the combined ef- forts of Cousins and Pulford to pull him out. It is said that he has de- termined to keep his 23 pitchers and rest go to pot. Lohr will look after the out-field himself. Dinny McGuire, on the contrary, has only about 15 players, but, ac- cording to the reports received, they are- the cream of the minor leagues. A MOST COMFORTABLE TURN- DOWN SHAPE. SUITABLE FOR ANY SEASON OF THE YEAR, MADE IN .TWO QUALITIES. "Anchor" Brand "Derby" 2 for 25c. In America we think it a tremen- dous crowd if thirty-five thousand people attend a baseball match at jNTcw York, but such a crowd pales into insignificance when compared with the crowds which attend the great football matches for the Eng- lish cup, which records -an attend- ance of somewhat over a hundred thousand more.- The following is a list of English cup winners since 1900 H. beat Shef- field U.. after a draw TJ. beat South- ampton, after a draw 1902-03 City boat Bol- ton Wanderers Villa castle United- beat United Everton At Portland 150; Spo- kane 260. At Aberdeen 211; Van- couver 455. National At rhiladelphia 2 5 0; New York 141. American At Detroit 461; St. Louis 273. -Bury beat Derby County, beat New- Newcastle Kingston wants a new fire chief at SI, 200 a year. Kingston Collegiate will have a new gymnasium. The court house at Edmunston, X. B., was "burned with loss. Rev. Samuel Tucker, a superan- nuated Methodist minister, died in Toronto. Sunday counts as a day when giv- ing notice of the time of .moving a resolution in the N; B. Legislature. Captain Clarke Hamilton, collector of customs at Kingston, Ont., at the conclusion of six months' leave of absence, will be retired and at has Up-to-the- Minute SPRING STYLES You will be -delighted with the way we have met the de- mands of Fashion by our nobby style features. Our range of fabric patterns is phenominally wide, too. Sovereign Brand is leading as usual. Sold by the Leading Clothier SANFORD MANFG CO'Y Hamilton Winnipeg FALL WHEAT ALL RIGHT request trill go upon the superannuat- Wednesday .beatied list- He entered the service in J1882. Inspector Abraham. Sfeaw is "Atlin" "Iron Frame" Brand 3 for SOLD BY LEADING FURNISHERS. MADE BY TOOKE BROS. LIMITED, MONTREAL. MANUFACTURERS OF SHIRTS, COLLARS. NECKWEAR AND IMPORTERS OF MEN'S FURNISHINGS. 15 "4 Dinny prefers not to take any chanc- es. He is signing men. he knows thoroughly and is not .taking on any Alberta men of whom he knows no- thing. He has rounded up his bunch in Toronto, will put them in shape, strengthen up thp weak spots, and then away to the West. CHRONICLES That's pretty good. The Edmonton Bulletin in one of its pepper dust columns refers to the Lethbridge ball team in one sentence as' the "Mormons" and in the one succeed- ing it calls them the "Miners." Two nicknames for ours, apparently. Min- ers don't look bad; 23 for the other. to succeed to the position. He beat Newcastle United aas been in the service for over 20 United beat Bristol City LACROSSE A meeting of the Lethbridge Inter- mediate Lacrosse Club was held last night at the sitting room of the Bal- moral Hotel, attendance. A good crowd was. in Oddfellows Notice The members of Lethbridge Lodge No. 2, I.O.O.F. and of Willow Branch Rebekah. Lodge No. 2, will hold.their annual Church parade, on Sunday evening next to Westminster Church in North. Ward, when Kev. Bro. Ly- tle, pastor of the church, will preach. All members of the lodges are re- quested to assemble at I.O.O.F. Hall at 6.30 p.m. Visitors in the city are cordially invited to join in the ser- years. The salary hitherto paid was but tlus will be increased. The King's present to Lord Dal- meny, M.P., whose wedding to Miss Porothy Grosvenor took place on April 15 at St. Paul's church, Knightsbrldge, was a silver inkstand The Queen gave two large silver-gilt cruet-stands the princess Victoria a clock, the 'Prince and Princess of Wales gave a gold cigarette case, and Mr. and Mrs. .Whitelaw Reid gave a George TXT. silver salver. vice. 117-3 MFSS H. A. Bachelor of Music (Trin Univ.) Teacher of piano, organ and theory, .principal of the piano dept, Leth- bridge Conservatory of Music. Pu- pils prepared for all examinations. For address Lethbridge Con- servatory Music, or residence, cor'Arbyle Ave., and Bartlett St. Phone 244. The Edmonton Bulletin hands out more rough' stuff and knocks to Ed- monton's rival teams in the Western Canada League than any other paper on the circuit. In making reference to the Lethbridge aggregation it says that we are mighty uneasy how Cor- rigan's team is panning out and in- timates that Lethbridge supporters have grave doubts as to their ability because a bunch of hot air has been handed out about- the team. Such is not the" case, however. Lethbridge has a manager who believes in the adage that "silence is golden." Man- ager Corrigan is a worker and a.man of action. He .is delivering.the goods in silence to everybody's satisfaction and that is more preferable. Coat 5} Shirt Open all the way down the front _ J in. oops on aiiu On o The bosom nU better ind doem't rumpled. Mide in for w drew Doem't con any move than the dd comforttble kind. 901 colors M Mweit IMMMW or wlwte Mtkeit, Bob, The unbounded nerve of that .Ed- monton paper that .comes out and speaks disparagingly of all the other teams of the W. C. L. and at the same time tries to boost its own team to the limit, is beyond parallel. Of course, it is all doped food for Edmon- ton fans, who undoubtedly swallow it all with good grace, but anybody who is on. the inside knows that Ed- monton has the worst bunch .of rum- mies going to play ball for them that ever fell into a uniform. Why not call them the "Toronto Nine" for a for about two-thirds of the bunch hale from corner lots of that city. Manager Dinny McGuire himself is a Toronto man who fell by the way-side trying to make the big league. Dinny weighs abotlt 115 pounds, is as big as a minute, is a fine little fellow and all that, but who told Edmonton he could manage a ball team. A lemon. A lemon. Just for variety and to make it ap- pear as if the whole of the Edmonton team did not originate in Dinny Me- Guire's home town, Toronto, the wif- fett has them coming from all important spots on the map. For instance Downey is booked from Fort Wayne, but in reality he is just a To- ronto amateur, who went down to not make it stick. The Medicine Hat professional nine played the city amateurs nesday and won out, 9 to 0, in a nine-inning game. The league pitch- ers, Wisman, Ardell and Blackburn, the aovthpaw, showed up in fine form. The Model Restaurant Appeals to everybody by its Excellent Menu and ought to claim the patronage of all Union Men As it 13 run on strictly union principles Rooms in connection John Cantin PROPRIETOR Taste lest Liquor, Drug and Tobacco Cure We have yet to hear of one failure to cure where a -lair trial has been given. Can be given without the per- son knowing it, is, harmless and ab- solutely without taste. Mother sister or wife, you would: be doing a great work by_ giving this remedy to some members" of your-family. We will mail a month's treatment lor five dollars... The Scpbell Drug St. Catherines, Ont. The Private Dining Rooms ;at the ALEXUHDRH are now open, and are well patronized by the public Union All White Most up to date Restau- rant in the city. Lunches from lOc. up Meals from 25c. up N. H. MURRAY Prop. The Menu at is as extensive as any in the city. Open day and night. Everything in season. A few of the different brands of COGNACS we carry in stock One of the R. X'. W. M. P. has just returned from a patrol of the district to the north of the city, covering an area extending from the city to Pat- terson's ranch in Tp. 19, about ten miles from the main line of the C.P. R. and from about forty miles east of Kanton eastwards. The part of the district visited be- tween the Billy river and the Little Bow river is now nearly all thickly settled. The fall wheat seemed to be all right and he heard of'no -set- tlers re-sewing. North of the Little Bow river the district is not so thick- ly settled as yet. There were all sorts of shacks and buildings over the whole area visited. Coal is being mined at the Little Bow and also at the Big Bow river and every shack visited seemed to have a sufficiency of coal. In his travels he did not notice any'steam plows working but many settlers were busy with horses or oxen. He rode through Wednesday's storm to within seventeen miles of the city. The storm would cause very ittle suffering in that district ex- cept possibly in one or two cases where new buildings were not quite completed. In fact it would do good for away to the north he found a' large area of black ground burned over a few weeks ago by a big prairie .fire, j Some of the new settlers would be hard up for feed till the grass started afresh. This storm, followed as it j is, by the sunshiny days would be just the thing and would cause the grass to shoot right up. The ranchers all reported their stock in good condition. All the set- tlers seemed satisfied and everybody was' peaceable and law abiding. THE: Dakota Peel Hall For the best brands of Imported and Domestic Cigars and Tobaccos Pool, Billiards, Baths and Shoe Shine V. RODGERS Prop. W. M. MURRAY Manager Kean Block, Oppogte the Post Office, Good's Old Stand WARE Solid, Hardened, Luting MJM, without a Hoop or Seam. Many other Exclusive ire too. when you Positively Persist in fretting Eddy's. All Good Q racers can supply Ahmp, EMrpiwrt, to Cunfe.uk for MATCHES. The business and assets of the Es- sex Loan and Savings Company, of Windsor, will be turned over to the Huron and Erie L. S. Co., of Lon- don. William. Handcock and West were injured In a blasting explosion at Haliburton. fiobert a prominent cattle dealer of Copenhagen, died sud- denly. Electric Restorer for Lost Manhood Kestores every nerve in the body to its proper tension; restores vim and vitality. Premature decay and all sexual weaknesses averted at once. Phosphonol will make you a new man. Price 13.00 a box. or two for Mailed to any address on re- ceipt of price. The Scobell Drug Co., St. Catherines, Out. OUR CAFE has been enlarged. You know the moral. We sell Hazel wood's Ice Cream and receive it fresh from Spokane. Sundaes, Sodas, Etc. All Flavors. Chow Sam Co. O. Tenon Co. Three Star in pints and quarts; Boutcllcau Co. F. P., also Boutel- Xeau's Fine Champagne in bulk; Joseph Hennessy Brandy, one and three stars, six and twelve years old in pints and quarts, also have J. F. Martell's Cognac V. S. O. P. 25 years old, mostly used for medical purposes. PAGNUELO WINE SPIRIT CO. Opposite the New Fire Hall Did you ever see what the Menu Card at The Cafe says Did you ever see how the waitresses and cooks carry out the instruc- tions on the Menu Card? Try it! The Problem of Stove Efficiency will be solved if you buy a Souvenir Range This range represents the latest developments in stove con- struction and every part is made and put together in. the most dependable manner. In homes where we have installed this splendid range it has proven its efficiency by its economical use of fuel and its splendid baking qualities. Complete Another stove that gives splendid satisfac- tion is THE GARLAND RANGE Prices and We have homesteaders" complete kitchen outfits at prices that are as attractive as the goods. Come in and examine the goods. If they suit, buy them; if they don't, buy elsewhere. Ask your neighbor if he is satisfied with the Elephant Liquid Paint J he got at our store. If he has any fault to find let us know. C. W. GRAY The Oldest Established Hardware in the City ;