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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 10, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta / | THE WORLD OF SPORT. | i.rvnmimKiK i.osks tiiiiui. The l.nCrosse Unity Chronicle tolln t ho story: 'I'll*? snmo old story In the same old wily. The Utlrtl game with Lelbbrldge wont, lo tho "Chnmp*" yesterday afternoon In a game marked t>,v honvy hlttlng-by Itoud, Konetchy and Vogt Five to throe wns the �tunc and llaw� toy did the pitching of the organ |tl|K�rs. tlitmo belonged lo everybody iin-tl^.,thc sixth, when tho winning rims which ntindiered two, were sent across the I'tito and the lead was es- Revenue and lion. Win, i'ttlorson, Minister The Lrtthbrldgc and local tetinlswlll probably meet In practice thin after*, . , . , , ' ,. ...... .... . ..'era par�-, whtwwr tttentorlnn ioimm noon and. Urn visitor** will do nil,. � 1 ,, ;� �, . Customs, nnd war horse of the Llb- thoy enn to retrieve ihclr lost ' fortunes In I.ho |WMl. �wk. F.vory day for 10 day* there will I* games, exhibition nml league, at the grounds. On Thutm.ay and Friday, Wlnhliios will bc hen; and two games with Ix'thbrklgo will follow. IHilutti will l*> here on the Oth and Tth nnd Medicine Hat will close the exhibition season nn the 3th.- ! vigor nnd cheers wont through the building nsha described tho benefit of the Inbcrnl tariff-, which produced revenue, us against the prohibit I vo tariff of tiro Conservatives whpn In cfllcp-- which produced little revenue but .... . ,_. , ...... ... i ruinwl the commerce, of this country I'liK'her Crook boat MacLeod by labllshcd by the locnls. Out of five |y Poster �nor*,0,'� Wh��>�-l'l�! itutfieM, ntMl thus worried tho pro- Knry they will play �w.m..ImiII imvl win1,,,, t,,, co\,WHnl .w,,v, rt( �atM,�MM>,- i ,me "l thc ,"OHt -��l>*>rt�m plac-j i , ,,, . . ....., ,u, cs in Alberto. It wns h stoikadml , 000 nnd "We hnve not adopted the i ! , ., , , . , i, itradIngpost for the Whiskey trnders ' prohlM-llve tariff of Cnnservntives, ; _, _____t_ ^, * . . w. lli!1  MS* 'M.V that { the lndi.m.x hud whooped it up mice with the trnders corralled inside. , ;lle also mentioned Stund-Off ns nn-lothciv , important p.oi;vt connect .nt ' with .the. coininejce if the country in i the early days. The boundary line After thl� vigorous, cyclonic speech ; was not definitely known nt that, *-��� t�� MiMlsler of Customs, Mr.! time, atfd.' the UniteiC State)) imr> adopted n revenue tariff, nnd as nn Incident thereto Is ample protection to all indimtri�s. FOWKIt HUUHIUKS. 3 lots ofi Bruce street at $250 4 lots 6h MtDuff street at $250 320 acres close to shipping point, $9.50 acre. 1600 acres choice land near town, $7 per acre. i "Pink" did some work with the stick, and the first I in 11 heaved over Tell it nut in Albeitn, whisper It K,st,.,. g hired through his spectacles, ahals lined to chase the traders Into the plate nt hi in was rolled merrily not in Hie sun-is i�f Kdmonton, lest j ,,, nk, ,)),. nmn w-no nm| Canadian territory but they were Jong over to the centerlleld fence the daughters of the rhlllsllnes , ,,, ,, |( redding gnrment-s|svch- stood oil nt Htnnd-Off and the name _ ami even "Vlnk" slow progress nett- | might kitow that this is the oppor - : |1>SH ;lia� insted^tiil the present. At Hhtle-; Nl � two base run. without any stop- i tune moment for Calgary to gxst even | . . .. .:Onttlie Mmdors �ll'd not stand them crossing. The geese were very thick | ping at first. He got another single �ith the all-al sorbti.g portion of this Tlt.\M>l>OHTAT1 Montreal ::�t hat. take part in the educational coif-r-jon,| g,1{>|H.P for u,,. ,mr|MW of i,,. >lhtes, of the visitors, deserws spec- eiice In llritnin; some time ago '"''l-] proving the harbor facilities. The .KSTUAXCK is'iv) CANAliA. f the town of IjicdiiiIv the prnlriu was eoveretl with magnificent grass �and pea vine. It Is around this ^� lill mention | for he mntlc two three- montons champion, Hon. loggers of five tlnlr-a nt bnt C. W. idea Is to put- Into effect as soon �s |,.or. ij,,,,,,,,, Hoss. lert lo cross the briny nml to ; ,my ,,. , ,.omprohcnslve schenv? hav-'Morrison of the Lethbrldgc team get away out of earshot of the hot J pitched two innings: j remarks thnt lloutcd northward on th* ambient air from Calgary In ref- iOnnadn. At.the nuAnent \-cry neees came In'over the Jlenioii trail ,,oi,u lhlll n|11k, ,, a||ki|.1u with a pn.r of ponies nnd a hucW-'on, Bri)W|1 lo.,,.,v iioanl. I erosMsl the Missouri at then the head of navi- mkt r.\rni:i{ I�Crosme um| Uomw\. ns they are!'^ A I 1 3 *\ o means least, the ||,,. w. T. Flnlnj t,,,.,,., ,,,i,,s In which the rest of � ,TL . 1*1 . 1 ........ ...... .........> . ........_..... ' slinrili of t noleiti fi 0 ft mIuc who was of the founders of I travelling up the river and I enjoyed hut *in '82 was lno hospitality of his camp. He hnd sheriff of Choteau county, lie had;HO,n*' ,ino ,,,T'>,, bakwl hy the wisters I 14 2 0 e/l rontcnipernries-hns decided lo i,MwnB0 grain shipinnits from the 1 o 0 :t 1 it visil the Innd of his birth and take west, and the enormous i Just returned from the boundary he I ha. interpreter ,' �ber� Jhe ; iiaa gone with a deputy Ion th" ,ou,, lo "enton and hud a increase of nn-|,te^Ji? io . half!>OMnB now 'Father Cunning- of the 8t. Albert convent. He wns !! !! i ' nT,h''r01 *'S?Tl ,,""1,in "",V" ,"�P'"-1*- |H ^nc" of ^"""""'^'b^outVlVhnTh^ cr^ ;ro"n.:ham, and was taking him east ,o he 2 :i 2 O.whli- the big evpo* t on is in pro- ,f ,f ,h ..oHm^. nnd nnv 1 ouini inai, nuu cronson iron\ ... ,  , ' ' * ' .' . 1 " >�>e Canadian side without paying .educated. I likewise enjoyed a night |t with Itev. I-.. It. Olass who hadcoine was .lolmny nnd his outfit. Theyiout U,B .Vl"nl' before as a missionary t I I 9 >� 1 2 2 O Kress. improvements in these two great ... . , . 1 n 0 O l ii Tims i, will Is- seen thnt there will 1 ,,, Mh,ipin(, ,oilltH ,, rofleetert ""�' A" Wm*1 WM b'U '' ' * I' !, � V ':,1f' t0uN,r'' \h" r0V""! ,hrt,u�ho"1 lh0 olhcr ^ "f ,h* WW taken across to the CunatHan the Methodist church. I 0 0 0 2 0 rial Itnimie tliniuKh the shoals �nv� , |>�,ti,||i|or�. viir�ii across "> lw vunuuiaii . - our townsmen, the lion. W. II. Cush- ! 'side nnd turned loose without trial, i "Al tl,iH u'ne u governnK'iit farm 110 "> 18 27 19 I lim. and now would be the time to |>||l. F.XIM.AINK HCIIF.MK Wi even with the foreimm of Calgary. Mr. dishing will U� acting-premier 0 0 1 -1 He got back to I leu tan safely. ; was already established near W'etask-1 'After I left lWnton 1 conn acroaa j'*'"'" lo l0"t'� the Indians agriculture t ii ii ii nn \ i.' ........ a blK bull outtlL bclnneinir to .1. r them. Sam I A.ll.n.ll.I O.A.K. mi. lushing �jU l�. acting-premier ,, n.,lv ,, WIIM. ,ui-ncas�ns in uinrgc or the farm. Af- .,..nng attorn.y-genernl. acting far ; nor(len. Mr. Fisher explained the fa ltoP lw,villg Wetuskiwin 1 met ,o ,,e �' mer-genernl. nml pretty nearly every- 'schomt. o( ,|,P (},vernment. saying In" n "*"' ... - " .-> 1 :i ii ft I l : Ul0 .C0in|in?Il0,mlve acheT," tho Z1^ T* ",bW"� *b�Ut 4' ' ^ "r,r St,",,""n" ritete ilay. i TI�e.V had about 10 or 12 yoke, *W nboul four or ftvo bouses in of bulls i�n one train with three; Stratluonn, Is'longlng to John Wal- wagiins called the head-, swing and l'te,'M' ,,,M> McDonald. Jim and llol> r . . \t..i:........ ,.,i im..,i..... i .._...... l^i t.'roKse Lethhridgn 1 0 sen Crusoe, he is "monarch of nil ho � |lon. gentleman will find in tho prnc 2 o mirveys." What would lie easier than I working out of It. U he will 2 1 for him to e,,n a s|h-cial cabinet | |,ut jook �t ii. The scheme dealt ................ ,,,.,,- ., , . , '........n  ... , irnii wnaoiis. i in- roiuin were so oaw. -.................................. , .-.^r. - 1 meeting and unaiiitiKiiisiy rescind ail,w.,th ,,v ,no Transportation Com -;.. t.olli(( ,mly mo v� no* wagon at etl by Walter's Ferry opposite the 1 1 0 :l U o ,,)etip oliiectlonal.le ivsolutlons which |m|SH|0n ,ns one for tlw traiwportat-''^ ' ^ Hudson's Ikiypowt. The old fort 2 0 111 o lmXl. caused Kdmonton and Strath - j,,,, of our products, especially from j* . 1* Mi|k riv p|n|J)8 of.thl. northwoat to i fl.OIU the Sn.�t Crass llilhi Tlu-re MU?nt umj Alex. Taylor in charge. Thu. land of. ""H!. . ,, , .' . Xow ls 1�. ,*Iur0,H>- )VC htt^ *Tn d,oi"g !buffalo cl.ij� i,.r fuel. From the Milk i�� ��" theiv also. Tin-* is the opportunity. Now ls jn� the most practical and effective ...... . . ,. , Willie- IV......v, ,k.m, ,!.h flu. ,. i,M�w '�"W. this side. 1 got a ^ K|)MOXToN. sF.TTU'.HS. -to it �.t 21 10 2 McKenzie In the �ivatest empire that Two'-baso.hlta-llal.l. Iloml. Ili.wley. ... _......., ! Thut purt is lx.lng provided by ttus �ul ,l,ul 'inM"v ^'n**1 "orl Mnc-Ale.x. Taylor. A. 1>. tlsl.orne, Kenny .this ..Id umls has ever s.s-n. Double plnya- Muikin to Fognrty to Knr.-s. Hit by ball-.1. Fofcarly. I It Is rumored thnt It. I' Itol.lin, | Manitoba's premier, is I" l>e taken To Our Readers in the Distance Have faith in yourself. You can do letter under better circumstances. Cut. yuuiself mi the U-nt roail to sun ess. Passed to first base-llawley. 2; (tail lies. 2; Fognrty. 2. I'mpiiv- X.dson. Time-2.00. into llorden's flrsi cabinet. From iwrfcnditurc. ultogothcr. of'o^ i\,-lW'U CHI.rti in ehargv McJ^-od. John C.mei...... tie... Sand! Ih. y.�. i-liexe if I In t teries-I In w Icy. Ha ill ies Moore nml Killian; Fifgnrty. Morri son and Fognrt> 000.000. the moopv lwing given for lhoro fnd " so" nt chftr,,,s Wckcnn, b,n. Jiiu Urewst.-r. .I.a"llrt' ,,ttrrui'l;s ��tJ � cs- '**k ' Mow MvDoiignil. 10.1. U.oley m.d ,. ,,e n�e ..,,., ..Tore he Is . fedora. ^7^^^,^^^^^ to �T - ^ '� �!��. -ml .11... taub-ns �....... ,..... "SThna ,n ,1-. heart -t �-v M� Proved. not ^ ^ ^tui^.Ht . , 1 .-. U \ .only by the ussistaucc given to the ,,,,w,1"y '�K hlmLttH- I rank Oliver t.,,.1 |,t; nml  ..... ... '-From Mjielmitl i oi the city of Calgary. No fuel fnm-ine tliore now. I Canadian Noitaorn. but alao by the U4,r,0,H' 1 tt'�low priming oflUe .... the pr.-s.-... -it- | aaalataiKC Blvc%. to. the Ijuildlng oi l'reek uortji. Tia-oidy !.lnce In sight of the liullellii. The llrst issue ..f :the National Transcontinental or II..i, fitilli! Il,i\ miisi'K. Il.oi- faith in �.'iir ril.v Ii tms (inssiliiiii i,.s ihiil of us 11r>-!iin m ttn\ muu\ "North and west of Kdmonti.iiiheri' *mmm culled -Smithy' ami [ were few setticrs. 'iheii- u.-re were the other two. At K 5 c0 21 !�2hine- IH 14 15 Inly ' 4 5 (iloml 10 || h Inly 15 III 17 ...... - n. Au(J , 3 j, A|W> 5 � 7 Aug. 20 HO aijAng. 'Jn 27 28 Inly 'Vug. Sept. \!�y 27 28 2fl liiim 17 18 l� July � � Ui July 18 10 2iJ Aug. 8 � " Aug. 22 23 24 lime fi 7 8 tfth. and Eit in on ton,Aug. 45 garnet �w�> 22 2!l 24 lit 20 21 2 -'� The June 8 4 oMune ti 7 H June 34 26 27 28 M July 1 1 2 J^Jiiiy aias] lUt sad L*lh July 4 J July II 12 UUiig. 12 CI 14 July 2ftaOHl] Aug. IB 10 I" HoMK (lA)ikm THK HAT HoMK oamkh MCTHMrOB ports. Wo have offoctwl great improve-jinents at Fort Colborne to enable! iitltlC.ATIXt; A FKW ACItKS. .the grain brought down from tho up- - ! Fish Creek John Clen had a beautI- A ,''l:w I'MtKNCH-CANAhlAXS fill place . 11,nr I'.iiih in those to whon. Ihc reins in' pnv. er nr.- );iveii. pal or |i|o> i.iciaI leijislntixe hi 11 lies, out towards St. Albert and Alf. nnd men ivlmiii v 011 have plaied there Th.-.v are si'lf-siicrificiiig, hard-work -in^ citizens, K'v''ig time, th.Might, ami Inlior for the U-nellt of the ifor transportation further oast. We j The nn.xi dnt he rode Into Calgary ' while punpin except missionaries, municipalit.v >>r pruvim-e. The givnt have improved tho harbours on the wilj, ,,, A1|l) |onk |no M|, tH lho eroht I Hudson's ll�y agents and a few trad- 'm.ip.rity are not grafters, ihe.v mv .lower lakes and St. l^iwronce, not! of tho hj)| luiji(. M)0 |misCnt KonM.n ers. Now there is practioaily ..solid li-m.-M men, �..rth> of the trust '" .1 in them. Have faith in our city. Hundreds tia\e to us in faith ami not one per cent is disappointed and then it is nol our jftiult. Honestly, it is We ha\e openings for ni.s-hau -ies. trades...en. pi'ofessjniii.l men. cap ii.ilisis, 1.nil e\e.i tor 11 few more re.ii eslalt- men. Tom HutchiugKnnd a few others between here and the Sturgeon. Twentx lair luftee to bo transhipped In barges ! of ground and grew splendid crops. mUrs norU| of how 1|)(MV w>.lV |u| for transportation further oaat. Wo j The next dnt he rode Into Calgary ! while people except missionaries, have Improved tho harbours on the with nw ,onk ,IW lo tnc cro8t j Hudson's lloy ngoiKs and a few trad-lower lakes and St. Uw'rwice. not! of l|w hl|| ^ ,)0 pnwnt n,nM..n ers. Now there is nracuajhly ..solid jonjy between Kingston and -Montreal j ,J|Uhi ,lc co|m>lorVi to vlew lh, vu, . MUilement for fifty nnh^j and north i.-p�se. land at tho great hnrbour of M m - L h ^ li.h(,u,)tm) fii,bt b'ut a "of that again there are ten thousand Have fn.ih in the eiiiiniry. Thmis-auds has.- I11.1l their i-xerciseil faith rewarded. *?oil uns.irpasheil in (er -Jility, |irodiiciiiK prize-winning wheat, the rcnoutied Allierl 11 lied, ilinusiillds In iniitiicl- I of aires of mil rltioiiK l.uncli grass for stock: coal, oil. natural gas, all about with promises uf immeasurable wei.llh to the men who havu faith. ^ M�y 2!i 24 2a Msv 20 21 22 June l.'t 14 IA June 10 II 12 July 1ft 10 17 July II 12 1" Aug. 5 A 7 Aug. 2 '. work to sup lined Iu on elaborate Hchemo. Hut1 1....... 1......... - ' easily .11 the general schenie can easily oe un- i ' iferstood. ) We are carrying it 011J. piecuuiul. I � bnt. an tho Minister of Finance lu.s j said, we arc taking first those .ileces ' which are most urgent nnd necessary and the accomplishment .of vvl)i run say that i'niimlittn law is ipiick ami strong iu at; imi. Ila\e failli in Solon. lie Is speaking of his own faith. a pupulat i">i as an.v part of i'anaila Il simply iinaits the enterprise of men ami governuieivts to add llsgreat prod.ui i\e powers to swell i he sum of national wealth." rami There The New Pott Office. Preserve this for Reference. Kdmonton is trying to secure some a . { Uu) U|I1|KJ1. npftoHiie wheiv 1 Tlie climate of the Ipik-i- l'eacc ...un- 1 ciu.u- manuiacturers. of the Montana herd of buffalo- '�'r  inniBfail now is I crossed tho lied tr.v is like *onih�rii Albertn. '1'he \ The new oih.-e which has been its ci.y park. ' � Ttopr all0ut lmv, milcs above where | district is under the Chinook and the ; by the post muster. .1. II. lligm -- tho town of Hod Peer now Htands. ' land i* ready for the plow. Sir Wil- am .s a hue brick block on the I UINAIIDS I.IVIMRN'T LIMBER I MAN'S FlUBXP, tho town of Hod Deer now Htands. : land is ready for the plow. Sir Wil The rivar was hi ah owl I had tot urn > linm Dawson says that the I'eaco �1 w twta!Igot a suitable 1 river country will BUpport an dense boxes have not nrrived and the old |�ow 'file 1.hi posl-oMlce thai for sir-long I i i  - Ineii 1111 ..-sure 111111 a source of complaint to eiii/ens of l.cthl>ridge has ]iiissei| awav ami all things ha\e liecoiue new Tin- old building has liei'U leuimiHl in block .*),'{ a I soiitli end of Hound S.. nnd will be occii-|ii.'il ly ilainalinn ami Cunningham, manufacturers built 1 ligiiiboih- ii111 is a line brick block on the siie �>i the old o.llce. As yet the new inn's have been transferred. With tho new boxes placed the olliee will bo appointed in the very Is-st way. There will Ik' separate wickets for lliu -letter ami pn|s-r general delivery ami wii'l.eis for the several departments of tho postal business. While not very large, the ofllce will, lie largo eil-.uigli lo iiccoiiimodatif the Ix-thbrlilgo Ifusiness iinti 1 such time as the Ciov-ernineni deems right to build n gov -eminent building. The city is to Imj congraiiiluted on having a post master enterprising enough to build suclv a post oltli-e. lns|r�rtor 'I'tiybir of the H.X.W.M. 1'. nt Fa is Is ton has been transfortvti io Moiisoniiii and went through tho city on Monday on his way to his / ;