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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LttHlftlMt, AUfftTA, tUllMV. MAY n. PIPES 4 -f. BIB. Pipes Peterson Pipes All Shapes All Styles Splendid assortment of Meerschaums and Calabash Tobacco Pouches 1 Jars CIGARS 4 -f 4- 4 4 4 4-. 4- 4 .4 4 4. 4 Imported Cigars Domestic Cigars Cigarettes Cigar Holders Cigarette Holders W. Wallace The Smoker's Headquarters WITH THE UKIMOt The, announcement which in the column? of Bel Win that the Edmonton baseball team would work out in Edmonton for a few before the opening of the West- ern Canada League was received with pleasure by the fans of the cap- ital. It.will give them a chance to become acquainted with the boys who will wear the Edmonton Colors j this year and to size up Dinny Me- i Guirc, who has received more adver- I tiding throughout the West this spring than any other manager in the league. The directors of the Selkirk Cen- tennial are dying to know how it was done. remarked one of them, "if we could advertise our ex- hibition for 1912 like that we would sure make it a success." "The secret of it." replied a wise old fan. "is that is there with the goods. A few people know this and the rest are afraid of it but are trying to convince everyone, in- cluding theaiselves, that ialse The team., will be in. Winnipeg to- j night and should arrive in Edmon- ton on Saturday morning. They will work out here on Saturday, Monday and Tuesday and then away to the south to put it over the Cow-punch- ers. Calgary has Barnstead. Secretary Farrell has awarded this mucb- sought-after pitcher to the Cow- punchers. He probably saw that they were "sadly in need of a lew live players. The Leth bridge Herald breaks forth with column of sporting dope, fully half of which is devoted 1 to the Edmonton Bulletin. That is all right, we know ourselves how hard it is to grind out dope when, you have a vivid imagination and a few wild rumors to go on, and when" the ball team Is far, far away. The Herald makes one mistake, however; It indicates that the people of Xeth- bridge don't like to have their base- ball team dubbed "Mormons." This practically settles the matter. If Lethbridge Doesn't like the name of Mormons, then Mormons it is bound to be. We know it, because we have had experience, A lot of finicky Ed- jxnontoc people did not Hke to have the Edmonton people did not like to have the-.Edmonton team called -Ea- qulmos. They thought it would give the outside world the idea thit this a frozen clime, whereas 'well, very salubrious. So they kick- ed against the Esquimos. But lEsquimos we are today and Esqui- mos we will likely and now we don't mind it, indeed rather like the name. The city and the people are big enough now that 1-hey can af- ford to disregard anv false construc- tion which- might be placed on name. will have -to go. Coal Miners is all right to ring the changes on. occasionally, 'biit it can't compare with Mormons. Besides, the Mormons are all right and they will" probably not object to having.a baseball team named after them.' Western. Canada Baseball League! opens May 12 and closes September 6th. THECOUBSEQF IHHBRIDGE TEAM According to the gchedule of garnet made' out for the Lethb idge gets the fast tastu of the game and then has to linger with that tairte in its mouth for a whole mouth bef-re they get another taste. Then fnns will have a feast as the team is homo for over two weeks going away for Dominion Day and staying away un- til the celebration of the Battle of the Boyne. Afte; a short stay at home-they are off again with an OCT casional visit home until towards the end of the season when they make another stay of two weeks and h'-iish the season away. Tomorrow the locals stack up" ag- ainst their ancient enemy, the Mad Hatters, for ft series of lour and the ians nave bright hopes taking the measure of the president' home team. Then if neither team was satisfied with the result here both go to- the Hat to fight it ou again in four more games. Then Cor rigan and his men go to Calgary an having sized up Grist's bunch, jour ney to the capital io take a .-turn a the Eskimos. The Saskatchewan ca pital is the next stopping -place From point they journey bac .o ''the place where the-white man "fixed the rim of his wagon whee "with the jawbone of a moose" t see if Hon. T. Mayne Daly.knew wha he was talking about at the" Selkirk Centennial meeting he prophe sied that the Masticators would knock the stuffing out of tethbridge.; Hap pyland sees'them next and having the proceeds of the big gates in Win nipeg in .their they strik -tor home'stopping; off at Brandon tc HOW TO FIND AVERAGES How to find the Batting the number of base hits the .number of times at bat. makes 148 hita and was at bat 447 times; 148 divided by 447 equals 331. How to Find the Fielding the number of chanc- es Accepted by the total chances. has 289 chan- ces. He accepts 268 put-outs and 15 assists; 283 divided by 289 equals 979. To Find the Standing of the the number of games won by the number of games played. plays 137 games and "wins-63; divided equals -460.- To Find Base Kunning stolen by num- ber of games played. Example: Jones has 58 stolen bases; has played in 145 games; 59. divided by M6 .407 bases a game. Spalding, Reach and Si George Baseball Goods Bats, Balls, Gloves, Mitts etc. J. J JOHN3TON THE DRUGGIST if .tVr_____ i What after the Fun at the Ball Why, more Fun at the You're always Sure of a Good Laug'h There complete the On June 14 Calgarjria here to mee the -conquering heroes and having ta ken their medicinne give place to the Lunatics who in turn are followed; bj Maippns. The Saskatchewan Caps are the next opponents while Moose Jaw following closes the home series. The Miners celebrate -Dominion Day by playing a double header a Edmonton and on their way home to meet the Mad Hatters, stop .off a1 Calgary for a series. Mad Hatters and Miners journey together to the Gas City to continue the wor of balls and strikes. Corrigan then-brings his bunch home to meet the Edmonton and Calgary outfits before starting off on a long tour of the eastern end of the circuit in which they take in Moose Taw, Winnipeg and Brandon in the order named- -Brandon and Xethbridge start back west together but drop eft at Garon Sask., to'take in the fair and inciden- tally to. add to -the fun by playing a league game. Starting August 13, the champions of Manitoba Hard 'and Alberta Bed figKt'out.three games on the local diamonds, The Maroons, Eegina, and Moose Jaw all come, along to give the fans their last feast of ball for the season, the home series lasting for twelve games. After re- ceiving the Jond adieux of the -fans Cbmgan's Champions (it iff Iwped) leave for their last whirl around the west end of the circuit, talcing in Me- dicine Hat and" Calgary "and winding up the season in match with the Eakimos. SASKATOON TO BE rN.THE LEAGUE Saskatoon would have liked to in the Western Canada league-' The Capital of ihat city says: the spring days go by; it be- comes'more and-more apparent what a grave mistake was made when Saskatoon failed to place a team in the not the wiU support a professional tion as. and much bet- ter than many, of the towns included in the J league echedule this year. There, is no advertising is as valuable, perhape, as good hall m organized, league, aad a glance at the columns of all western newspapers- at the present Ume will show just. what we are Calgary, Edmonton; Clean Vaudnllle The Family Theatre of the City Moosfr Jaw and all the other towns which are not, one whit more important, awl tfcern as prosperous, discloses the fact that these places are getting columns and columns of free advertising, while the average men looks in vein for mention of the .University City., As the eeason advances this will grow icore in volume and valve every day, but unfortunately we en not in a position to reap may; benefit It is no exaggeration to say that a of played between Sas- katoon end the Jfarooos -of Winnipeg would be worth 'all the team would cost for a -year, eren if not cent WMF received.froem the gate receipts, while the eeMon's gejoes with the other teams wouM be of tneetlmabU value.. Nearly the nrst qwwtion ed by the average man of aCairs when he egaiaet newspaper reporter in Saetmtoov these "How ie it you're not m the base- ball teegue year 1" This n greet mistalLo, it must be admitted, and the feet that many former Sas- katoon men are gettiag a tryowt with teems a feet eMVfh for the wooed not have pcwive Jwxury. It It to that m food asarifeer will be formed taif dtotrict tor t4e isjf eeejsea, eftd that mat year will hare received ewe ItOt ttat there will he so Wednesday afternoon starts the ball rolling, and nearly everybody will be there to see the opening game- Enjoy the game in a comfortable suit. It is eminently the time to appear in your Spring Qlpthes--.-Suits, Hats, Shoes and Comfort tjounfs for as much.as looks. We have here Sack Suits of every. description, light colors and dark, fancy materials and plain, from to OVERCOATS, including light weight toppers and long rain proof coats, in a great many styles, prices to McKelvie McGuire Sell Everything Men Wear Something New For Lethbridge The New method of Sight Testing by the Shadow test is now used by us. By this method we know exactly what glasses are required. No guess work. No necessity for a second test. Call and be convinced that we know what we are doing, the most difficult cases fitted in a few minutes. We don't worry you with 2 or 3 hours trying on glasses r Graduate of the Toronto Optical College R. A. Wright Ettabtithtd ttock in ;