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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 10, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta THE WORLD OF SPORT. | i-CTnniiiDOK ix>sioa rmm. Dully Chroulclc tolls the .ftorv: 'i'hc nnmo olct story in the Notnc old wriy. The third ganic with Ijuthln-idgc went to the "IJhamtift" yestoniay afternoon in agnme marked by heavy hittlng-l>.v Iktiid, Konetchy and Vogt Plvo to three was the tunc and Ho�r-loy, did the pitching ot fhc organ piricrfi. Onino iHilnngiiil i.o cverybofl'V- iin-tl^lhe sixth, when th�! winning runs which numlinred two, were sent ncroM the ylite and the loa�l was oh-tnhllnhpd by the Ini-als. Out of five Vimos at Jmt, Konctchy swnttod the ficrcentage of 800, while Dond made � reputation of the home club. Fognrty woH poumlcd hiird, a total of 14 hits in six inniiij{H- liclng scored ngali]Bt him, hut good piny by Fo�(�r t^nd Bahl hcWl^down "tho Wg h}ts,,in the" outfloM, and thus worrnwl, the prn-gmnn of the "Champs" to such an extent that nniK came few and I'ar i Idtwcen. ; , , . On the other. hand the Western ; Uanariian leaguers (oumi llawlcy and Ilaillcs for nine hild. Thece were Hcatl�red and runs wore not forthcoming except in the (irs* �nd second innings. . "Pink" did Honio work with the stick, and the first IwM huavoil over the plate at him was rolled im^rnly i^ong over to the centcrfield fence ,, and even "Pink" sIo\y progress nett-' �4l a two bose run, without ony stop-fing' at first. He got another single rioter, but was forced out at secoiwl, t^A consMiuently ho was not sent in. �^gJHlB n�ade tw'o htts out of three times ^^jjxJJiies, of the visitors, de�er\"es spec-^^fejiil mentioni for ho mftdc 'two throe- The L^hbndge and litca) tcamswitl probably inoct in pVactlcc this aftnr-. noon nnrl. the vlsltorH will do all thfy can to retrieve their lost . fortunes in the past week. Kvcry itny Joe 19 doys ihera will ha Kuniesii exhibition and league, at the grounds, r. On Thiirmlay ami Friday, Winnipeg will bo here ami two gomes, with Ix-thbridge will follow. Uuliitfi will.lie he.re on the Bth and 7th and Stettlcine. Hat will cloMe the exhibition season on the 9th.-li�T Crosse. Itally Chronicle. Piiichirr Cmok lieat MacLeod by 1~0 at Pincher Inst wcelt. The ��;oro hartll.v represents the pla.v ns the railway tovn's tcnm put up a hard Oj^'lit "and got none of the luck goings Lc'thliridgc baseball, team playod a Miinio nl . t.aCroNHo. Hiid won. When Ihey come to Cfclzary thoy. will hrt^ to piny Imscball ami lie licatcn. -Arbcrtaii. I^thbridgc dwl not win tliu Ijuso -ball �game lieaaiisc* they, pla.ved I-A-('rtiKscu When^^thc .tea(n goj^o Cal - Revenue and Hon. Will, IM'turson, Minister of CttstoniN, and war horw^^^of/ th� Liil>-enil partA, �'ImM(^ Mentofian tone* have .scritiMsnioy., into the-Tory ranks on many occonlons, aitdresstid . the UoUKo on tite subject of reveiiuo, in roHfion.sij to some'idle,observations of Mr. Foster. Tli6;i Minister of Cus -torn*' (tifi|*laycKl.ali l|lH olU-tiin3. x'igor a ihI cheers Avent'fJir^ugh. the building � ha ilcHcrlhed the beVAt of the l/ibcral tarin. which produced revenue, KM against thoiprohtbitive tariff of the Conservativos whpn in ofllco- which priMluccd little revenue but ruineil the commerce of this country. WHAT LIBOTAL9 Pl�: liiidor �the Consc;rvatives trade in-ciywiKeri., lo years;, by �87.0QO,�00 under the.l^ibcrals trade bos Increased � by $ail',000,oon, speaking of iniK ports, the hononA>le gentletouiA .jtaiiL^ the imports during 1887 were $113.-000.000; in 18�r. they �wo �110.-; OQO.OflWO, The -f)i�ni�crv�tivc>s hoflkr decrenscvfl them �a,0fKI,00Or Under^i in, the AUJ*rt�|fhoime; had an intenestinir attAckv * feminiacencn W.- Hredin, the monber for .Vth-attCck the othV evening/wHeniilwakingas ii j guest of the %'oiing-Jjiberal Club. ^Fletchpr, an be is known to his (i:icni(N/ cull. ttiwa.vs speak in anin-tonwting way oC his own constituency, -and the north, about which nut.:.:.;eiiou|tli is known, generally fev-ceives 9 jMstlra at hia hn�ds. On the evening' in qiieation, however, he spoke of the series of constHucncics as they wore twcnry-five year* ago from the Milk river.to Fort Smith mliau..hortant plac-- '000 and "We have not adopted the ^� A""""*"- * stotk�d�l IViicoii Whites lOdmonton profcs -.sional ball team defeated the Ijcwis-ton (fflnho) Normal Schoi.l team by i;i-;i. Withing like taking on somo-Ih ng one ciin Ixiut. the IndiiiDs had whdoped vt uii once with the traders corralled in.sidc. | He also^incntioiiod Staiid-Off ns an- I oUieiv , iiiijioi^aiit . poijit coniie�t jfl I with j^he. cumiiiej'cc f f tfu} countr)'. in ! the prohlMKve tariff of Conservatives." I f"r the whiskey traders t said. Mr- IMten^oirj bu^ w4�v�t*5^ �Ri^^VS m>^jKPSf t�i,e iVft that adopted a revenue tarilT, and as an incident thereto In ample protection to nil induatrics. C .\ L( i.V11Y' 8 CII \ N CK. oail.V da.>'s. "ITie boundary line After thia vigorous, cvclonic speech jw^is not definitely .Known at that h-oM �ti� Minister of Ciistomi!,-Mr. j tit��ti aiiJiI.;Uie"vlJ?!M;^,',St�^tc� iijar, Fostr gin red thiougti his siiectacles. ahals used to cha�e the traders into but ho was like tiin mmn who had Canndiai) terrilor.y,.^, but they were not on a wwlding garment-siwech-! stood olV ta Stand-Off and the name less. �  jliaa ta�tetl^til%li��.P^ ^ '  ' jOiittlie Hratiors^did not *rtand them, with tho n)l-al HorbiLg portion of this 'TltAXPPOirrATION FACIIJTIES. 'off but slid out. province Vhn^. lies north oi l^cdiic, in (Duilv Xews.) Tell It not in Alljcrta. whisjwfr it not m tlwf .stneis ot Kdmnnton. lost the dnugivtois o) the Philistines iiiipht know that this is the oi>por-tiinii moment tor Calgary to 'get even 320>it?:res^ close to shipping pointy $9;50 acre. 1600 acres choice land near town, $7^ per acre. Alberta Realty Co. mi m 4 M .Irnggen of five tirAh* at hat. I^^^nrrison of the Lethbridge ''uliiched two innings: �i �./ "�AljaCrosKo ... rMe� .. MnAlen. 2b..... M%ikin.'M.H...... #Viatcr, c.f..... HMH, U......... Qa�R; ab......... ^>lb. ..... ^iHiiie t.f...... Tii?'PoiraHy, c. .1.; Fognrty, p. Morrison; p. ... ithonmt'tor of govornniiunt patronage. Prom tor llutlierford has gone t 0 1 2 4 1 4 14 0 a The (U^ycrnm^^^,^^^^^^ rcnsnnabic assistarice to' Moiiireat' and QuelM^c for the piiri>osc of improving the harbor facilitiefi. . The idea is.to put' into ellcct as soon as imiy be a convprehonsive scbemo haying for its object the 'iipprovcmei^t; of the water-ways and harliour^ " of Canada. At-the m I Q,]cl�.c and Mon'tiWl, as thoy are moans least, tiio lion. W. T. Finlny I,t wo points in which the rest of -tho tKJte now OI some, of our esteem j (;,rtada .is mainly interested. The od contpm|)eiarics-has decided to i },,roep^ grain .shipirtdits from the and tlie enormous incrt�iii� of imports, is JONTHANCI': INTO CA\AI>A. "1 cniuc in''over the llonton trail i Willi a pair of iNinics and a buck- I Iioard. I crosstHi the Missouri at { Fort Benton, llinn the head of navi- | fifl^tion on tile. |{^!jmouri. It was a betl^ tovn'^ta^^t'lt^^TSris noV in a comniei-cial ^jy, ofvcoui-se. While at lien ton i:;iaiilift1^^a(il||nny Healy. lo^i.v was of the 1 (giindcrM. of Fort Wixtop-L'p hut 'in '83 was sheriiT of t'lioteau countv. He hati crossing. .The gcose were vcr.v thick on liw river. Oii the pri'sent site of the town of l.,acombc the pruirio wns coveruti with imigniflcent grus's and pe� vine. It is around this point that the Ijest cnttle in .Mbcrtn are grown to-da.v. Mi;i' FATHKH r,F:DIJt'. 0 i visit the land of his birth and take > west 1 another look at "Sweet Publin llay" 0 pvhilo the big exposition is in pro-Oijjre.ss. O i Thus 11 will lie seen that there will ti ; Ijo iiobtirly loft to steer tho provin-0 0 0 2 0 ciiit bnrriuc thi>ough the shoals save -Jour lownsnion, the Hon. W. H. Cush- .10 .') 18 27 19 1 inur, nnd now would bo tho time to igct oven With the foremen of Colgar.v. A.n.n.H.PO.A.lO. j ji,.. Cushing wi^ ho acting-premier 0 1 1 o 0 0 0 1 o 0 111 O 2 0 :i 1 1 0 0 ^ jncting-nttorncy-general, acting - far- niflr-genornl, nml prott.v nearl.v evoi'y-thing in sight. I>ike the late Robin-.s. Hit by boll-.J. Fogarty. Passed^to limt base-Hawley. 2; ^loil. lies, 2; JI"og�r|;y, 2. l.ni|�iicr-Nelson. Time-8:00. oi 0 o o ^ i lor him � to call a special cabinet ^ mactini; and unanirnousl.t''rescind ail these object lonnlilc resolutions vhich [have cau.sod Kdmonton nnd Strath-coiia to smilo ftondi.shl.v in the direction of (.'rtlpiry lor .soino iiuions pnal. This is the opportunity. Now is tlin tinva and now is the hour. Will our esteemed contcinporarius insist that Mr. Ciishing slmll nso equal to the occasion? just, rciuriied ; fj-om the twundary wher^ >hc 4 haii goiiB with a ^'uiy; nM.,...v.T,^,. inteirwuFio arwst i ' ' ' oMdonco of the expansion. ^^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^ of the trade of the country, and any iiniirovements in these two great national shipping points is reflected | "After -iodvmg IjiccnidH-v the. -next: ipoiiit t �triick was the tWittlo rivei'. Here I. uiet Fattier lioduc who was tra^elliac up the river and.I enjoyed the hospitality of his camp. He hnil some tine bread baked by the sisters oC the fit. Albert convent. He was 09 the road to Itenton and had a '. jj^f.'lyoung bree'd; now Father Cunning - I fron^' bam, and wa.s talcing him east to bo I ;the throughout the other parts Dominion. oi the Canadian, side without paying duty. All. arrest was niaide but it [was. Joiiiiny and ;his ou^. Thc.v were takii acjross to the Canadian side -and turnt'd loose without trial. Mil. riSHl.lt l,MU\IN8 St 1H.MK| .. ^j^^. ^ ^^^^^ jvsBton I *iuiw ACKiw'^���'� M>e Imlians agriculture educated. 1 likewise enlo.vod a night with liev. K. U. Glass who hadcomu out the year lM.>fore ns a lifissionur.v for the Methodist chiiix-h. "At this .time a gowrnmsiit farm was atreudy cstabliahed near Wetask- Pn 11 erlc.e iton. gentleman will find in the prac-tiijBl working oirt . of it, if he will but. - look at It. The acbcmc dealt with by the Transportation Com  mission. was one'for the ^tni^portatr' ion of our products, especitilly from bull outlit bcloBging to .1.0. f"�" tboni. Sum l.ucusj_w�8 in charge of the farm. Af-tariicaviiig Wctaskiwin I met no one until I got near Sirathcona. Thoro a bi� Aliikei and heading for^Uaolood." 1 overtook tbeui.pontile Mif��e iUta. They were making about-4-inUea aj (la.r.;Tbey had ahoutlQ or ja.yxjke four or, five houses in of itylls on one train with three i *^bton�, Ijelonging to .John Wa�-wagwfiM called the hea�r jHudsonls ik^' po�t. The i>ld fort McKenzie (ft Roy -DEALER IN �Iectric�| Supplies AH work ill house-wiring, motor wiring. ilista11iii��^o �as tbciv with waawi woo.| ___Leagae hat been receivfd. As it is materially * p: r Aiig. 28 ^7 28a* g �^ S .Mar 27 28 211 .luua If \�W July S tt 111 July 18 lU a� AiiR. J � m Aug. 22 23 24 The May 23 24 June i3 14 15 July 15 lA:i7 A inc. 5 fl 7 Aug. 2tt27 2($ May 20 31 22 June If) U 12 July 11 12 IS Aug. 2 3 Aug. 30 so 31 June S 4 a June 24 2&atl July! 1,2 fl Hoi and Leth. J�l?4 July 11 12 IH July 20 30 81 Aug. 15 16 17 June (t 7 t!i June 27 28 2U July 25 2(1 2: Aug. 12 Ul 14 HcraM May 27 28 20 Jnne 17 18 10 July 5 8 July 18 19 30 Aug. 18 20 21 (!b>pt. 2 3 4 h June R 7 8 June 27aSIM July 2SaO� Leib, and B m Auff. 22 23 24 for Sports 48 bnniegame* 45 fsaies awa> 4fthunte game* 47 games aw^y 45 hnnieganie^ 48 games.tt�ra!i 40hPniegaivM 4(i.gaines ail#y I of these products to the port at tho (ports. I - Vir'o have bffecticd great improvements at Port -Cbl borne to enable tho grain brought down from the upper l^i^ to t)c transhipped in barges for tji'sasportation further east. We have i'mprbved the harbpura on the lower lakes and St. lawroiice, not opjy bettrecn Kingston ^jtd'^Montreal I'iiiid at the great-harhour of S*. 'A  treat it.self. but between. Montrcil and Quefi^ aiifl " eaptyjird . ,tn, the giilf. t^art of this scheme. is work that we hayjD tieen doing ^n C^tjabec-The hnn. gentleman wonta tim' work denned in an elaborate sclNmie. lint 'the general Nchenie can easily oe un-I ijerstood. We arc carrying it out pteconieil, Imt, s iiiiicii wo'are taking first itliioso .lieces which arc most urgent and necessary iMifl the .accompllshmijnt jftf '�lj)!* I will do the groiitest gorkl nt this {time, besier, .liii. Iloss. iXmaldHoss dredging breakwaters and other In^,.^^^^ j. ^. J^,,^. Mchougull. Kd U.oley and a rT'"�t"^S^^SiiilTt'''�''*^^�^'^ ^ oijlj^Wwings in!few- others; and .lin, taUl.ons was up tics tor the bringing of the gram to , j,^^,^^ these ueix- .... the flats. siiu)dy/log siiacks. ) "'rriink Olixur had a log shmrk and 'From .JlNt r 111 thir greatest empire that this godd old Morls lia.i evur swn. Do y Cann^inn Northorn. but also, by the I I UiiM-- iiiilli 111 your rif.v. It has 1 P Pierpont Morgan has secunsil I control of the Sovereign llank of ' Caniidn. Kdmonton is trying to secure sonio at the Montfinn herd of Inifralo ' for i'lts fit.v jiark. Preserve this for Reference. tflNAnp'S UNIMENT LUMBER MAN'S raiEN'O;! ex-tradei's called 'Smithy' and Smoothy,' were the other two. At Fish Creek .lohu Glen had a Ijeauti-ful place . were few .settlers. Thei-tj wore  A-. l-'KW FRUNXiitCAVAiUAXS. lliiti' liiilli iii ihii.sc 111 iciiis iii |)w theiv* is'practioWlly a solid lio'ifsi "��" JIimGATIXO A FJOW ACHKS: ot ).vround I'he next dat he rode into Calgary :n-ith me .inil took mo up to tho crest of the lull ne.'ii Catlulic cemetery, to view the val - l'*'''^'*""''"*' for nfty,.mi)|^inml north ley. It was a' �)Oautiful sight but ^ [o^ �''"'t f'8�i"^beiw:apBf':teii tiioii.san�l great contrast to the liandsoraestone j P*'"!'"^ Indian and white loKoihcr, city of today. The whole valley was ^ peaceiul pursuits, green and n smgle shack stood avay j"wnls extend thi-oe uji the valley. .1, O. Maker ha*i ai"'":"" bero and lnig�3 stora just over tiic Klbow near the whom the In iiiiiiiici-pal or iirovKicial lej;!"'"''^" bodies, ftv iiitiri uhoii) \'d |.Ik*i-u riiiw are si'lf-siifrificing, hard-work -in^- filizons, giving tiiin!. thought, and lahiir for the lK>nit(it of the niiinicipiilil v or proviiirc. The gmit not grafti'i's, thov aiti worthy of the trust loposvil ill thoiii. Settlei-huiMlriNl IKJICS areas are !cultivntdd nround all of tlkmi. though site of the present C.P.R, shops, lowing to tho lack of niiliva.a- iiicili -Tliei-e was a small mounted police 11^*"" we^hnve little coinnierre wiih barracks stand. tJapt. French, a terwardfi killed at liatochc, was in I'ew llsb coming tins wn.^ command. .The JludsoA'a.Jkiy Co., bad a :.. post near tlie mouth of tho Klbow and on the east side. The Cochrifie pOS|ile had their ranch about twenty j^iiles west of Palgary at this tiiiie. 7t was one of the Coch-iBiver rnqe cowlioys'"Tex" who directed mo north and I stu.vwd, with him -all f . I tiio iior/h country, Imyond furs anil a lew llsb coming this way and iii"ii\s-Nurics going north; Tln-ro are be If a dozen steamers on thi- fN>iici- tind Atbal>a.sca rivers. "The chief HettlenuMils are VorK. Verniillion, I.ossor ShiM- Uikc. IVan-Crossing, .SpiWt llivcr, (iraiid Prairie, and Wolverine I'oiiit. Thi-i-f is as much land cultured ami then! 'Kaith witlioiit works is dead." Work for viiursi'li to show your faith In viiiir lavn aliilit.v, K-ork for the gooil of hiir fair city, work for the Kooii ol till' country, work to sup-|i(Wl those who are 111 the van in this jfi'eat work nl iniI i'in-l)iiililin>f. Il.ivo faith in our cit.v. Hundreds have conic to us in laith ami .not one . per cent is disappointed and then it is not our >liuill. llone.stl.v. it is. not: He have o|icnings lor nietthan -; K.-s, trailesiiien. professional men, cap il.alisis, anil even lor a luw iiioro: iiMi eslal.. men. m Have fiiilh iii the country. Thousr niids ha\e had their exercised faith niwardcd. Soil unsurpassed 111 fer-i jility, i>ro�lui;iiijf jiri/.e-winiiing wheat iho iviiownetl .Vllierta Jleil; thoii.sands' of acres of nutritious bunch grass.-; for stock; coal, oil, natural gas, all about wiLli promises of im-mcasur-able wealth to the men who have liiilh. Mave fait.li 111 our authorities ami our law. '1 he laws anil bv-laws of Alberta and l.et:iibridge are. (air and justice is meted out to all with an even hand. To our readers acrossthe line who are impatient at the slow progress of justice, we can say that tniiiKlinii lu�' is (|uick and strung in act 1011. ffavc raitii in 1iij4 01 hi,s iVwn Solon, laith. ITo is speak - a jiopiilat ion as aii.\- part of faiiada. II simiily awaits the enterprise of men and goveriiineiits to add itsgreal proiluclive powers to swell the sum r liiilioiiiil ueiiltli." night at Mcl'lierson's coulee about jarc iiii nion.v .settlors at Fort \eriiiil-twenty miles mirth of Calgary. Add. |l�n �s there were at Kdinonion SicPhfrsoii and the biilTalo traders years ago. 'i'lioui jBre three saw nulls had iK^n in the hubit of �vintering at at this point. Pohce Itiver I'i'ossiiik' this |M)int. is aliout the saiiio|(*i/.e. On each snle ''3am Scarlett had settled on the of tlie Peace river throughout all ts. Service Berry Creek when I came 1 length good liml e.xteiids lor (rom ((hrough. ihe trail ran along near !Kevciit.v-rive to one hunilrc^l miles. UK�dj|� of the tiinlwr opposite whervi | The dimtite of tbe ITpiier I>eace couii-Innisfail now is. t crossed the Med ,'*n' '*.'i at south end of Koiinil ^T. and will ix* occil-jiied l^.v Iliiiii'aliaii and Cuniiiiighani, cmii ! iiiiinijiaoturor.s. '1 he new oflice which lius liet!n built bv I lie fiostniiister, .1. II. lliginbotli-aiii is a tiiie brick bl/ick on the site of the old olDce. As yet the new-boxes have not arrived and tho old om-s ha\e boon transferred. With the . now bi.i.xi.'s placMl tile otlioe will lie : a|ipoiiiteest wnv. I here Hill Iki .sepnrate wickets for tlje � letter ami pniwr general delivery aiul wickets tor tile several departments, ol the postal business. While not very lnr�:e, the oDIce will, bo largo en-: .iiigh to acconiiiiodatc the Ijethbrulge Inis'inesN until such time as' the (iov-,-erniiient deems right .to build a goy--^ eriiment building. The city is to l|o con|