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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tliiuwky, May 41911. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEBALP (Page 7 i_ CLOSE GAMES MARK Calgary Beat Saskatoon, Winnipeg Took Brandon's Measure and Moose Jaw Routed Edmonton TWO THOUSAND SAW GAME AT CALGARY Calgary, May won the opening game before 2000 people by the very neat score of 3-1. It was the best league opening in the history of baseball in this city. Calgary trim- med tho enemy in every stage of the game bringing hojue tlie bacon strictly on the merits of having z. superior team. It the opening game, 702 stand, and there were all the stage settings which are demanded by polite society on such accosicns. There was the parade which was pretty swell and BREAK-UP THE MAIL ORDER BUSINESS SAYS RICHARD: Board of Trade Luncheon-Want Name of Con- stituency Changed-To Enlighten Eastern People on the Cost of Living-Bridge Petition Being Signed Cafe And Ice Cream Parlor Round Street There was another representative the opening stunt and the little speech crowd at the Board of luncheon cies will in all probability be changed bridge The constituen- by President Savage which was madetoday and several matterg of i in port- after the census this year and before' Edmonton, May Jaw took tiie opening game-of the season from the Eskimos before a crow'd of 1700 ONLY ONE MADE run, Dunn; bases RT BY THE ESKIMOS on balls, off Collins Off it, by Collins 2. bases, Lussi, some eclat, and then the .prize j performers came up. On account of the HI- the next genera! election, and it was w battle- Qf President Hatch the meeting thought wise to have the change made i i itt pTOSi'ded over by Vice-President i as Lethbridge is the principal city Ini 1 centre of the field skinned off hiB coat JE; A yCunningliam -Mr.' Tinning who; the riding: The suggestion will be chairman of the -finance embodied in absolution which will go g the flinging of ausmess ley; sacrifice hits, Mackin 2; time of; the first soaker over the pan. .The! j subscription i before the geuffaT meeting of the p game, 1.45; umpire attend- mayor went through all the prelim-i committee, composed o? Messrs. Tinn-; Board of Trade tonight. fans. An' automobile parade on main, streets, and thence to the ground] ushered In the game, Mayor Arm-! strong pitching the first ball over the plate. Edmonton got one run in the tirst, the Moose Jaw team getting a case. rattles. and making two bad errors. From that time the home team did not have a look in, being at the mercy of Pitcher Collins who held them to one scratch hie. After Fournier had been hit by the pitcher in the second, Dunn uniQ'-ked a home run drive to right putting the I visitors ahead Moose Jaw got WINNIPEG BEAT BRANDON Brandon, May The Winnipeg moistening and the foot dusting and [then he slipped one over the which took the batter unawares. The mayor has a nice delivery and quite a burn of speed. Mr. Fleming of the Ung, Downer, Havr and Dobbin, got I Impressions this morning and canvassed 'thatf E. 31 Thomassott was present and other pair in the fourth. Hurley got to first base Mills1 error and Fitz- gerald walked. A bad throw to third >w KfiTttTttt'ctri jn attempt to catch Hurley off the bag resulted in bothj men scoring. Skillman pitched a nice game for the home teanvbut received poor sup- port 'aa-d had no chance of winning with the 'Eskimos, hitting as weakly as they were-, doing. Hurley has ga-' thered m> a first .class team from the -.Maroons took the measure of the Brandon Angels in the opening league of the season here this crossed. noon by the close count of 3 to 2j SASKATOON- after a redaot bailie. The usual feu- Murphy, ss tivities inaugurated the season and then the players settled down to a real classy article of .baseball which Hat, at one tune president of the part Of the city from the Coaldaleitold of his recent trip, .through the Hotel east on Third avenue and the east. He stated that while the city were extremdv Lethbridge was known very well not yet C07ered more a general 'W in the east, there j buslness part of the seemed to 'be a lack of specific infor- Trainer, cf 4 Welsh, lb 3 AB R H 0 3013 3012 4021 1 0 was not decided until last man McAllister, If was retired. It was a pitchers' battle Willard, 'between Ray and -Heinrichs with the !farney' c honors about even, but the Maroon flinger was the steadiest .in pinches. I In only one inning did the home team j Deakin, p A E 1 1 0 cil woald -be called upon to live in every that went to their agreement and pay over a out of the .city, and -called the atten- 2 larger amount over the already 0 promised. 0 The matter of bringing manufactur- 4 2 here to look over conditions with 2 ?ja view to establishing here was again I discussed and it was decided that- all 0! Totals 30 1 6 24 12 CALGART- coast and -will cause clubs- lots of worry. Mills, ss 5 Mackin, 2 JDudley, If 4 'Bnrr-cf 1 L-assi, cf 3 rf 4 3b Baxter, lb 3 Sorsnson, c 3 tfliillman, p 3'. Totals.......... 29 all the other The score: AB R H 0 A E get their hits together wheji they scor- jvioran, cf 2 ed their two runs in the second. A O'Brien, ss home run -by the fleet-footed Freer in' Wilson, If the eighth decided the game. The Chandler, 2b 4 221 0 2 0 1 1 1 playing of Schaefer and Gleckner fea-1 r itured the game. The score follows: :MorSan- i Martin, 3b I AB R H O A E Stanley, c 0 A E 000 440 1 1 ,'data concerning the cost of raw ma- terial laid down here should be filed with the secretary so that he may have for easy reference in answer- ing inquiries. Petition A. Bipley read a communication tion of the Board to the fact that one thing that the people of the east are always saying "that account of ihe high cost of living in the West it will be necessary to'receive twice the ssl- ary to off set. the extra cost of living." This is a decidedly wrong impression he thought, as'it is not borne out by the facts. One of the things' that might ibe done to overcome this rais- of eastern people would to make a comparison between Tor-' onto and setting out the cost of such items as rent, telephone, Try Our Delicious Ice Cream The best in this town Wholesale andRetai We Also Carry AH Kinds of Fruits and Candies Phone 1078 k Give us a trial and tf you like it tell your friends and if you don't like it tell us I I TyATkT a HI ALvATIOK ARM- Will Probably Build New Barracks There This Summer Ensign Laidlaw, of the Salvation Army, this morning received official CONVICT LABOR ?GR RUSSIAN Gold Finds Have Drawn Away Navvies and Men From Prison W1H Profit Thereby Tomsk .Siberia, May to notification from the'. Army head- they had acquired the corner of Fifth avenue and Fifth of contract employed in con- structing the Russian railroad down the Siberian bank of the'Amur. river, the government has "decided to make a considerable Increase la'-'the amount of convict labor to be centred j there this year. Last summer the work wai. ferioua- ly hampered !by tidings of many rery rich "placer" or sarfaee gold finds along the outlets of the creeks and 2 II 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 i streams flowing into the Amur a few street, and will ,-buila there in .all rro'in the postmaster _ at Barr HUiifHej electric light. He cited fig- about the petition for the bridge to ures to show that the cost was ;be built-near Diamond City, statin settle higher here..In comparison with! 'that the petition was oeing signed by.tile of the same things in Toron-' i practically every farmer. in the 0 10 0 9 0 1 1 27 0 Oj Taylor, 2b 5 0 OjDonovan, If___... 4 0 0 Krueger, ss 3 0 0 White, .lb........ 3 0. 0'Freer, oi! 2 OL-utgen, c Furcell, rf Gleckner, Kay, p ....___ MOOSE AB R H O Harper, ss 4 i Kelly, cf 4 Hurley, Fitzgerald, 3 >v6urnieri 3 kiggs, Sb Dunn, If. 3 Collins, p' '3 Totals 32 Jaw 0 2 0 14 0 0 2 1 3 1 9 3 A E 3 1 0 14 1 4 0 -2 1 1. 1 3 Oi 4 Oi 1 Standridge, p ___ 3 0 1 0 1 Totals 30 3 92715 2j I'saskatoon aad, that in'ths momillS- and the general feeling was i bat it; was-an excellent thing for the dis- Tom Richardson endorsed this Jdea, and thought it 'Should be embodied in The Standing: trict. Mr. Ripley also stated that he-tne leaflets. Another thing he spoke a man engaged to circulate was idea'of the merchants of would start clty getting together and working [to break up the mail order trade. One Name of Constituency ,he said, was to put on special Totals........... 35 3 92720 BRANDON- AB R H O A E Jaw" N. Ritchie addressed the meeting in connection with changing the name of this electoral district from the Won Lost P. C.Uiedicine Hat constituency to the Lsth Schaefer, lb Holmes, 3b 0 1 0 IJAlcGraw, 3 4 IjHallett, ss 2b OjVold, rf p. 0. 2, 3 0 -0 .0 i Y oo .2. "o o n 0 O' 3 0: 2 0 "2 0 0 ;'Winnipeg 1 Brandon 0 Saskatoon ;Edmonton 0 1.000 1.GOO i.odo sales, a sort of "leader, which would compel the notice of the lady shop- ipers, while at the same time it would advertise 'their trasiness. I? it lost [them, money for a few days.on a cer- EASTERN At Baltimore -0po Montreal LEAGUE GAMES .lOlOOf 2 11 6 .000 .000 GRAIN AGENT RESIGNS Winipeg, Iifcy W. Lawson, C, 22 2 OfP. R. grain agent hare for past- i'dmonton .........___ years has resigned to enter'a Totals.......... 34 2 9 27 6 i brokerage" business. 1 Baltimore ......242 020 14 At Jersey Buffalo ___- 200 000 010 8 Jersey City 001 001100 S Toronto FLYING IN INDIA" PeopFe Thought Aviator Was ability this summer. As yet the sheds. This Induced the site has not been disposed of ipenters, stone-workers and other (but it is generally that the ed laborers, brongbt; under-private P. Bums Co. will be the .buyers. coatract from- cities of -RTissla, to ftin-g down their tools aad 'go off pecting-. In many- cases they made. valuable finds. The convict labor this; year-will ibe Air God London, May was the most active member of British and Colonial Aeroplane com- tain line of goods, the difference would be t more than made up by the adver- tising attraction it would offer. "Getj organized; set people ready to buy. With the present outlook for a big going to be a big- rush 2 here this fall, and now is your time to prepare for it." 406 228 25 1 Newark !.........001 010 262 No gaiae scheduled for Rochester Providence. IVUiJll Winnipeg, May Manager Chan.berlain, of "the G.T.P., returned today from'the east and made some [interesting announcements regarding the work of in the west. The Brandon .branch will be surveyed at once .and work will start as soon as possible. The contractors are push ing work- on the Regina 'branch and promise to have the grading finished by July 1. The company is following closely with steel and ballast with a view to having the line in operation for the Dominion. Fair at Regina, July 33 to August 12. The branch from Edson to the coal fields would ibe in operation by Chanv- iberlain in reply to a question, said Ithe company had'no idea of entering JDuluth.and St. Paul. Discussing the company's hotels he said that work Ion the Selkirk Hotel in Winnipeg pany's commission' to India has "just returned, and has -given ..his exper- iences .to a correspondent. v "The Maidan racecourse at Calcutta" he is probably the finest course in the world, and I shall never forget the sight of it as it appeare-d on Janu- criminals of prisons of Irkutsk, the Chita neighborhood in Transbaikalia, jjg I the great Alesandrovski near Irkutsk 'and other eastern Siberian centres.' Tie men are .unshackled, fed than their mates in well clad in warm grey woollen suits and though marched back under guard of troops and special police to emergency barracks, considerable freedom by ary 6th. There were present ,tho vice-i regal-party and all the chief officers of the civil and .military" services. The crowd consisted at the very lowest estimate of ajid natives, the.whole population, of Calcutta, and t.he neighborhood havics turned oat. "As I fie1" Eee-; la JVor the eibwd, I c'M rl'a-Je over the dense crowd, I could-see them covering- the ground and swarm- tog in the trees, the. only clear part being the green strip of the racecourse allowed day .vThey receive the wages of free geher- 25 cents a PUNKAH EFl CREEK NEWS Pincher Creek, May garage and repair, shop-was opened, here-this- week by Thoa. H. Scott ia connection" with his other works that would put- the to shame. Its dimensions' are 35x70, with a cement floor, and -all- the appliances for repairing an on a short order system. The gafagt j IB equipped itselr. I nave never heard so strange t a noise in ail my life as the scheam- ing and "yelling aad-cheering with which these people expressed their delight. It made the'. roar of the engine seem- quite insignificant "I was using the Bristol -military biplane and I flew from the racecourse over this ocean of heads Wil- a 250 a Bowser pump gasoline-to th engine. It is quite an on Mr. Scott's part to open up a7 Ham. The fort, seen trom feet, of these dimensions. MMtlon a fine antos, ail of j manufacture. Creek is He--has on. ex- of in the air apeared to be a small stone [r1 im the On tha "whole "Plncher up IB. the n.'nm'ber are owned within star set in the .earth. Passing: over the ion I continued my fiigiit in the' direction of the cathedral and then -Ed. Olmstead retrnmed todas 'irom. Eupert, where he had gone on racecourse. The crowd seemed to re- gard -me as a kind 'of incarnated, air- cigar LINCOLN RESIGNS FROM PULLMAN COMPANY of London, Ont, aril for Which firm he irayels; Mr. and Mrs.' John Brown, accom- panied, by Mies of Mountain Mill, leave on Friday for England, where they Intend to for tha' future. The -board of-health are notifying Chicago, May Tuu J Llii- tiw of prcperaea to have their 'coin, oldest son of President Abraham back yards cleaned up1 "by Miaiy 15th, Lincoln, was to S. Runnels as bv tie law such Pull- Pajace Car Compaiiyf of- j would not be started this year. Ten- Linc0m has held since the death ders'would be called for the hotel at ;0f George M. Pullman. 'Lincoln Is Edmonton, July 1. The company had jnow nearly <3S years old. He is a not considered the question of erect-! civil war veteran and served as secre- ting a hotel at Calgary, and nothing itary of war. In the cabinets of Gar- would be Regina. done regarding a hotel at j field and Arthur.. He was ambassador to Great Britain from 1889, to 1893. RIGHT OF NATIONS TO USE AERIAL CRAFT Madrid, May today's session j of the congress on international law I resolutions were adopted affirming i tae right of nations to use aerial craft I in war provided su-ch use was not ac- conipanled with greater danger to non- combatants than warfare on earth and sea. Resolutions also claim tfl'e right of aeroiauts to free and international circulation subject to measures that governments may take in the interest of public security. matters will be enforced." TWO BROTHERS DROWNED .HaUaas, IVfay brothers, Jos- eph and Bernard Duggan, aged 35 and 17 respectively, were. drowaed; off the fishing vilJag'dFof Upper Prospect, yes- terday, while attendins to the SomoJimss people do. and sufii because the stomach baJks. relieve the discomfort at once, and help digest the overload, _ __ things may feel quite safe with a box of NA-DRU-CO.Cyapepsb 50c. a box. If your druggist has not slocked them yet send 50c, and ve wli! mall them. 34 Drue and detaical Co, of CjinaJg, Umttad. FARMERS BANK CASES WE-RE POSTPONED Toronto .May the crown j was not ready to go on this morning Monahan, the assistant county i crown attorney being -busy with the grand jury, the trial of James J. War- !ren and W. S. Morden, general man- agor and assistant manager of the i Trusts and Guarantee Company, was f postponed til Monday. Messrs. War- jren and Morden are charged with re-[ I reiving- in pledge -bank notes of 'i'armers Bank as security for loans. PAINTING, DECORATING, PAPER HANGING "The most satisfactory interior of any boilding we have in the West." So writes a large firm for whom we had a large coatract WELLINGTON BUGS. PHONE 1472. You're Sure of Good Work Trcm ;