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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta sday', May THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD S sI Qi FOR SALE i Can supply in carload lots land GualCo. Bank of Commerce Building WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE GAMES GAME AT BRANDON ENDS IN BIG ROW COLUMBIA BATTERIES Spark Coils Spark-Plugs. Ignition Supplies. W, 1. McKenzie Co. ELECTRICIANS 7003MAve. Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Company LONG BROS., "Officernext Arcade.. Pr.or.e 115S.- Automobile Livery Competent Chauffeur Rates moderate H. Ev Robinson Phone 1156 719 Sixth Street South Brandon, the tem- perature just six'degrees above freez- ing and a stifii' north blowing abcmt one hundred shivering fans saw the Maroons wallop the locale .by a score of 11 to 1, and'a rotten gaine terminated in a disgraceful row. Heinrich and Rar-were the opposing pitchers and tbe visitors had very much the better1 of it. He, held the residents safe at all times excepting in the third when Shafer, Letcher and Hallett bunched hits -and Brandon's one lonely tally resulted. AB R H PO A E CALGARY of........ 3.1 2 30 O'Brien, BB....... 3 0 1 3 1 T. Wilson, If.....: 3 22 2 0 Chick, 2b. 3 3 2 1 2 3 2.' 2 3 0 Standridge, Ib. 30141 Martin, 3b....... 3 0 1 1 0 Duggan, c........ 3 0 0 3 0 Lezie, p.......... 3 1 1 II 26 9 12 21 5. 2 By Moose Jaw............. 010 000 Calgary 300 002 Game P.I the end of the sev- enth on account of darkness. base hits Marker Chick 2, Martin, 3 bass hits, Flanni- StantlridjT-j. sacriHcc nits, The enemy took kindly to Helnvich's IDickensen, O'Brien, Wilson; stolen offerings at all times and the binges, j bases, Chick, Beck; base on ball, off coupled with numerous errors-on tbe j Naverson 1, Masters 3, Lezie 5; first part of the locals let the Winnipeg j base on errors, Flannigan, Chick; left crowd, into the run column in every Jon bases, Calgary 2, Moose Jaw 6; struck out, by by Lezie 4; plays, Beck to Fitzgerald; hit BEAT 1909 RECORD BAD YEAR AND ALL John I-Ialstcad, district freight ag- ent of-the was'present at the Board of Trade luncheon today, and said that in spite ot the fact was suffering some from a business depression on account of the coal- strike and a poor year last season .the tonnage from this shipping point showed an in- crease over the 1909 -tonnage with husipcss increasing. He said that there was no reason to doubt that Letlibridge .had .a good future ahead of it industrially and co.mmerciallv. ACCIDENTAL Heard Of It? We are to take possession of the large east the new Hull Block, specially built for us, on June 1st, and so have decided to give the general public the greatest 'opportunity of acquiring our GLASS STOCK at an unusually low price, by a new and up-to-date metho.d which should readily appeal to everybody Auction Sale by pitched ball. Harper, Masters. Time 2.15. Umpire Morrison. Attendance, 400. session. In the first inning, Taylor and Kru- ger reached first on errors and both came across on White's-punch for two sacks. Errors by Holmes and Shafer let Freer across in the second. ..Freer hammered the pill for a round trip in the third. Donnovan and VanDine 'both doubled in the fourth. White hit safely and with three errors worked in by the Edmonton, May Edmon- localB, five of the visitors tallied. One ton-Saskatoon game last night was rack error, Taylor's triple and Van- j the closets in which the Berrypick- Bine's single gave the Maroons two j ers have- had the pleasure of taking in the last round. jpart Edmonton pulled-out a narrow The scrappy feature 'ofjie bum of-! victory 1-0. fering was in the fourth'and fifth, j Edmonton 000 100 SASKATOON CAME .BLOSE TO WINNJTG when Morrow ran out and- stayed on i Saskatoon the field demanding that the fiasco be j_________ called so that there no game. Terry absolutely refused to call the game and went on with it despite the persistent interference of the Brandon manager. Sufficient nastiness was' Calgary f> aro.used to get a crowd' of half frozen Edmonton 5 bugs 'after the umpire, stones-and [Winnipeg. 5 sticks and dirt were flying- thick while j Moose Jaw......... 2 he' fans crowded around- -Terry. One Brandon 2 f the Brandon directors and a. few of j Saskatoon.......... 0 WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE STANDING Won Lost P, C. Nan ton, inquest was held here .today before Dr. Nyblett, coroner, on-the. body of the Italian who met his death fifteen miles east of Nariton'on Thursday, May 4, by be- ing shotiiiy rifle in the hands of Wm. Corrigan.' .The verdict of the jury was to the effect that the deceased came to his death" the; accidental discharge ot.a the hands of Wm. Corri- Alter the .shooting took place, Mr. Uorrigan gave himself up to tbe au- thorities and his preliminary trial will take, (place shortly. he more sensible of the spectators ook a hand in the melee and the arbi- rator was conducted safely from the nclosure. The'-mixup was -a shame- ul incident and will not help the pas- ime along any here .or elsewhere on ie circuit. .833 .714 .333 .286 .000 SAD DEATH QF YOUNG WOMAN The sad death occurred last even- ing of. Mrs. Maud Wood, the wife of Harry Wood, at the age of 28 years. The funeral; will take place from the family residence, 622 Sixth street S., at .three .o'clock tomorrow to the An-. glj-can. cemetery, Rev. J'. E JYIumll- W right officiating. The family came (here last August .and _ since that time Mr. Wood has been 'employed as a foreman on city work. The deceased leaves besides her. husband a boy aged ten years and a baby two weeks' old. WINNIPEG. AB PO A )onovan, If 4-2 aylor, cf. 4 vrueger, ssl 3" 2 andine, 3b 4 1 vTiite, Ib 3 1 0 0 reer, rf......... 4 utgen c......... 3 lockuer, 2b...... 3 ay, p............ 2 Hew Sanies Coil line Lump, Mine Run, or Screenings, by the ton carload lots Phone 1475 C.O.D. RANDON Schafen Ib. 2 Holmes, 3b....... 3 M-cGraw, cf. 3 Letcher rif........ .3- Hallett If......... 3 Kossuch, 2 Smith, 2b......... .2 HilUker, ss. 0 Fry, 2b.......'___ if Heinrich, p.......... 30. 1-1 10 .16 9 1 AB R H PO A E Will Be Here Next Week to Talk Over Pub- licity of the Publicity for Bridges There was another of the Board of Trade's well attended luncheons today and a great volume of business was passed dent G through their hands. Presi- M. Hatch was in the chair, with the following members of the 0 executive .present: Messrs .Downer, 2 [Dobbin, Taylor, Cunningham, and -.settle. They have done a good work for Winnipeg and iMr. Peters suggested that a committee from the .Board', of Trade be named to meet the committee from the Winnipeg assoc- iation, who are coming west with, the 'business men's excursion in June. The entertainment committee What does it mean! -Why, iti means simply We will put all our stock on sale at reduced prices, and will select at random -certain articles which we will place in our window, marked at ori- ginal price, which will be reduced One Dollar per day until such time as the article is sold. We shall be pleased to place any article chosen patrons in the window and to (take the same course, provided there are not more than ten (10) pieces in the window at any one time, as we feel that more than this number would be overcrowding the space. We do not desire to carry any of our present stock into the new and feel our best means to avoid doing- so is to give you this opportunity of selecting and purchasing your own article at your own price. Come, choose and buy, your Mends will be glad to see you win and so shall we. Phone 625 608 Third Ave. S. The square Dutch cut and nothing to pay for it 0 jwnile Mr. Nelson, Mr. Harrison and was delegated to meet and confer i 1 ;John Halstead .were guests. 2 1 21 1, 6 15 7 Rev. E. Young, pakenham, will he .inducted as .pastor of Port Colbornc Presbyterian C-hurch ou June 2. A flagpole and ensign has been pre- sented to the Collingwood Hospital by Mr. and Mrs. James Smith. John Kicdonald, a Scotchman, a resident of Paisley, for over 40 years, is .dead, aged 84. iWOULD VERY OFTEN FAINT AWAY. Doctor Said That Ht Would Never Out of One- Many people may be unaware of hav- ing- anything: wrong with their heart tii] some -little excitement, overwork, or confinement in an overheated or over- crowded room or public building makes them fed faint or dizzy. If you neglect the warning the slight feeling of dizziness gives you, fail to take treatment, there will be a gradual progression to something more serious. There is no reason you should wait, till your case' becomes desperate before you avail yourself of a perfect Mtlburn'? Heart and Nerve Pills. Mr. F. S. Chute, Wheatley, Ont. is.with gratitude J tell tow your Milburn's Heart and Nerve, Pills benefited.- me, I-was very weak had headache, nearly every day and would very often faint away; CALGARY CAME BACK WITH A VENGEANCE Calgary, May boys got re- venge last night, spelt Tvith a capital R, the final score being- 9 to 2. It one of the best games of Lhe season and the score by no means indicates the closeness of the game. The Matstan- leyites won and that is .the one thing to be joyous about, but the perform- ance was no spanking a sick baby af- fair.. The Millers put up a game, hard fight right up to the last inning, or more properly the seventh inning, Petitions from the various post oM- ces north of the Belly river -were laid on the table representing over 100 'landholders who desire the. bridge over the Belly river at Diamond City and also over IMfile Coulee. Thesjs with them as it was the opinion of th ICAU uy -H.C,