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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta CETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1909. BURDETT--The New Town 169 Lots already sold to home-makers and investors, who realize the advantage of owning property in the most promising town in Alberta. BUY NOW. You get first choice of lots, which will mean a profit to you of one hundred to three hundred per cent, profit in less than 90 days. Lots as low as with easy terms HOMESTEADS starting only 8 miles south of Burdett Good hotel and livery accommodation, charges reasonable. Lumber hauled to any part of the south country, largest lumber yard on the line at Burdett. Good location for all kinds of Coons and Weber Realty Co., Agents BASEBALL RESULTS Lands For Sale On Crop Payments NO CROP NO PAY These lands are owned by the Canadian Pacific Irrigation Coloniza- tion Co., for whom we are general agents at Lethbridge. The lands are situated in the Bow River Valley Reservation, and no better buy exists in the land line at the present time. We are taking Parties of Buyers Every Monday Leaving Lethbridge at 1.40 p.m. Information will be cheerfully given if you will call at our omee over the Eureka Theatre, Room -9, Bryan Block, or write Box 387. SPORTS I Following are the scores in the big leagues yesterday i Western Canada i At i R H E Calgary........... 000 000 6 Edmonton 100 QOO 2 1 Batteries Standridge and Gou- chee Nye and McNeil. The Canadian Real Estate Co. LETHBRIDGE ATLA. Baseball LETHBRIDGE LOST AGAIN At Lethbridge was defeated yesterday MOQSC Jaw 101002030-5 in the opening game at Medicine Hat Eegina OOQ OOQ 100_1 by a score of 7 to 2. Lethbridge Batteries Curric> Rosevear scored the first run, in the third, Steele petersoa and Gapdner but the Hat came right back in the fourth and tallied five, and from then on it was a one-sided contest in fa- vor of Medicine Eat. The home team played errorless ball while the visitors have three errors chalked up against them. Lethbridge was -decidedly out- classed vand the Hat -deserved to win- Lethbridge E. Joe Corri-gan, cf... 1 Taylor, 3b 0 Jack Corrigan, rf. 0 Cox, Ib ..........._... 0 Canty, if 0 Bell, ss 0 Chandler, 2b 0 Lynch, c 1 (Nelson, p 0 H 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 3 0 Total................. 2 6 24 Medicine Hat E, H O j Bennett, cf 002 (Wilson, 2b 0 0-0 Morgan, 102 j Childers, 3b 0 1 0 Williams, rf 2 .0 Harper, ss 10 Ward, c 21 Townsend, Ib 1 1 Welsh, p................ 0 2 BIG LEAGUE BASEBALL NOTES signed e'sr York Americans Bobby .Vaughn, the have crack Princeton player, and he will join' the team June 15. His contract calls for a month, or at the rate of a season. This is de- clared to be the largest salary ever paid to a college player. Vaughn has guarded second base for Prince- ton two seasons and this year was elected captain of the team. He is one of the greatest players who ever wore the orange and black. He is a fielder and has batted over -400 during his college career. Clark Griffith has made a great hit in Cincinnati. The Cincinnati club paid the Pittsburg club more money than it did all of last year. In the five games played there by the Pir- ates nearly fanatics paid to see the contests. There were over to a decision. Cantwell will join the Reds this week in New York. recently. Despite the good showing club', however, caused him to come the Reds have made against the clubs, Griffith's outfield does not look good. His outfield appears weak, and the do not work well A good sum was realized for Jake together. The pitching staff without Schaefer, the "Wizard of Bod Spade has only one good twirl- j who is suffering from a complete er, and that is Ewing. j breakdown. In all of the large Am- The Cincinnati club, of the Nation- jerican cities "Schaefer night" was al League, has signed Tore, Cantwell, the Georgetown University pitching star. For the past four years Cant- well has been Georgetown's main- stay on the pitcher's rubber. Cant- well is a native of Washington, and Joys a wider popularity. No man celebrated, and the amount gathered should keep the veteran from want for the remainder of his days. Few men are better known in the.. world of sport than and none en- his performance in fast company done more for billiards than he be watched with great interest byjhas- none oas excelled him in a his. many friends and admirers in the j mastery of the gentleman's game, capital. For several seasons biff lea- gue managers have been trying to secure Cantwell. Connie Mack want- ed to sign him last fall, but at that time Cantwell had not decided to A 0 1 0 0 0 1 3 2 2 9 A 0 1 0 1 0 5 1 12 13 At Winnipeg-Brandon, game postponed ram. .Totals 7 5 Medicine Hat............ Lethbridge 001 000 Batteries Welsh and Ward Nelson and Lynch. Summary Two-base hits, Joe Cor- rigan, Cox; Welsh. Sacrifice hits, Childers, .Williams, Welsh. Bases on balls, off Nelson 7, off Welsh 1. Stolen bases, Canty. Childers, Will- iams. Struck out, by Nelson 7, by Welsh S. on bases, Lethbridge 4, Medicine Hat 8. Time of game, 1.45. Umpire, Dyer. LACROSSE ON MAY 24 The Macleod lacrosse team will be in Lethbridge on Monday, Victoria Day, to play a game with the local intermediate teams. Arrangements have been completed for the game. follow baseball paid admissions one Sunday flattering offer as a profession. A from the Cincinnati THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE OFFICE. TORONTO ESTABLISHED S. WALTER, Fmident LAIRD, General lUnajer Paid-up Capital, Reserve Fund, TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES The new Travellers' Cheques recently issued by this Bank are a. roost -convenient way in which to carry money when travelling. They are issued in denominations ol and the exact amount payable in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Great Britain. Holland, Italy, Norway, Russia, Sweden and Switzerland is stated on the face of each cheque, while in other countries they are payable at current rates. The cheques and all information regarding: yaem may be obtained at every office if tbe Bank. Lethbridge Branch C. G. K. Nourse, Manager Eastern At Baltimore i 92 Rochester 3 63 At Jersey City........................ 194 Montreal 370 At Providence 3 71 Toronto 465 At Buffalo- Newark i go Buffalo................................ 2 41 Northwestern At Spokane.............................. 482 Tacoma............................... 281 "At Vancouver 2 7 Seattle 4 8 4 American At St. St. Louis............... 163 New York 591 At Cleveland- Cleveland 7 13 2 Washington 4 10 ;3 At 267 Philadelphia .......................10 15 -At Chicago 233 LYCEUM TO-NIGHT Mr. Theodore Lorch and his company in "TRIST" Or, A Child of the Rockies Tp-Morrow Night "Old Heidelberg" Football Boston 5 11 0 National At New York- Cincinnati 3 85 New York............................18 16 0 At Philadelphia- Philadelphia....................... 470 Chicago 262 At St. Louis............................ 2 10 1 Boston 0 6. 0 At Brooklyn- Brooklyn 2 Pittsburg o CITY BASEBALL LEAGUE The City Baseball League matters will be discussed at a meeting to be held in the O. W. Kerr Co. office to- morrow (Friday) evening at eight o'clock. Those who are interested in having some good baseball here be- It was clearly manifested at Mon- day night's meeting of the city lea- gue football executive that tbe selec- tion of the best players to represent the City of Lethbridge in .their big game with the- Champions of Cana- da, Calgary Caledonians, on May 24. No favoritism will be shown any particular club, hut each man will be judged, solely on his merits. To arrive at what is considered the best team two more games have been, ar- ranged by.the city league executive, the first of which will be played on the public Square tonight (Thurs- day) evening commencing at 6.45, and the following players are rer quested to be on hand at the league headquarters, the Balmoral, at 6.30, when their uniforms will be handed to them by one of the committee, and their position allotted in one of the teams Boss, Anderson, Oliver, W. Whyte, Mcllvena, McMillan, Kelly and Craw- ford, of the Caledonians- j Wells, Stephenson, Chiswick, Hoi- I berton, Ferris, Firth, Smith, Barber. Nickerson. and Joyce, ol the S.O-E. Hooker, Thain and J. Wellington, of the A. O. F. Fairbrother and Turnbull, of the Maple Leafs. Mr. Tabrum will be the official re- feree. After the game the league execu- tive will select the final represent- ative eleven, and have arranged for a game to be played on Saturday MINTO CUP BRINGS EVILS IN ITS WAKE E. C. St. Pere, president of the N. L. U., says in Le Canada The Minto cup. This trophy has caused more than one difficulty to the grand game of lacrosse. It was originally given in the hope of In- creasing interest in Canada's nation- al game. But the cup has, alter all, than one league. 'i'lC most important of. these lea- gues is .he C; L. A. .The senior aer- ies bss disappeared altogether. The principal retpon for the disbandment ct- this league the ambition of champion teama. The public s fuvttrc the 'excessive amount of money that Brantford and. Ft. epent in their .at te'tijirs to the cup from the then champion Shamrocks. In the west the same cry is Eegina is importing strong players; too strong for the and this will ultimately disband the., league. The Maple Leaf and the Vancouver teams have uttered a protest to the B; C. league. They absolutely re- fuse to try conclusions in money, cir- cles with Regm-a. They have re- nounced a temporary vain glory, un- like the champions of the old C.L.A.- series. Let us hope that there may be some means adopted to save a good league from an untimely end, GENERAL SPORTING ween the professional games should I eveniflg between the chosen eleven be on hand to help it along. The ress and Y. M. C. management of ast year are already busy rounding up prospective players and -the hances are good now that baseball weather has come to get the league roing again. All fans are urged to urn out tomorrow evening. versus the rest of the league. KID SCALER Who will meet Will Daiy, of But-te, jMont., on May 23th, at the Lyceum. Daly beat Sealer some four years ago and this is Sealer's first- opportunity! of cleaning up his record. j Added Energy From FIG PILLS comes to those who take Fig Pills. Everybody needs them NOW, because they build up the system, inspire you with new interest in life, and DES- TROY THE ELITES. A box or twb will _work wonders on the run-down system. Get a box- today, 25c a box, or five boxes for -For sale by Alberta Drusr Co. Negro Johnston Failed To Beat Jack O'Brien Philadelphia, Johnson, the May big colored heavy- foot work was a superior blocking damage in several OFFICIAL PLAYING SCHEDULE OF THE WESTERN CANADA BASEBALL LEAGUE FOR 1909 At Regina i At Moose Medicine Hat At Edmonton TT 10 in WINNIPEG. :May 17 IS 19 20. READ IJuly 19 20. July 26 27. Sep. 1 2. iMay 12 13 14 15. BRANDON..........iJuly 12 13 14 15 16 117 17 Sept. 3466 THE REGINA. jMay 21 22 24 24. July 6 7 3 9 10. iMay 25 26 27 23 iJuly 11235 June. 15. July 23 24. Aug. 30 31. jJuly 21 22. Aug. 27 23. June 14. July 21 22. Aug. 27 28. jjune 15. iJuly 23 24. Aug. 30 31. jJtmc Ifi 17 IS 19 'Aug, 13 14. :June 21 22 23. lAug. 16 17 18. [June 21 22 23. [Aug. 16 17 13. June 17 13 19. iAue. 13 14 14. 24 25 26. Aug. 23 24 25. iJune 23 2S 29. I Aug. 19 20 21. IJunc 23 29 29. (Aug. 19 20 21. IJune 24 25 26. iAud. 23 24 25. HERALD i May 12 .13 14 15. IJuly 16 17 19 20. 1 2 3. June 23 29 29 Aug. 23 24 25. 'June 24 25 26. {Aug. 20 21 21. 'June 2.1 22 23. JAug. 11. 12 13 14. Uune 17 13 19. jAug. 16 17 13. MOOSE :May 25 26 27 23 29 21 22 24 24. 11235 ;July 6 7 8 9 10. IMay 17 IS 19 20. i July 12 13 14 15. j July 26. Sep. 4 6 6.i MEDICINE June 789. Aug. 5567. FOR ijunc 24 25 26. iAue. i9 20 21. June 23 29 29. Aug. 23 24 25. iJuue 17 13 19. iJune 23 'Juno 21 22 22 .'Aug. 12 13 14. weight champion, failed to win over Jack O'Brien, the Philadelphia light- jer heavyweight tonight in a six- I round bout. j O'Brien's fast marve! and his saved him from climaxes, and three times he was forced to his knees by the great strength and weight of the negro in itho clinches. It was a fast fight, O'Brien doing most of the leading. Johnson was slow on his feet. Re- peatedly the champion rushed his smaller antagonist but seldom laud- ed effectively. A right hand counter in the ?Ifth round cut O'Brien's right eyo and this was the sum total of the dam- age -done in the six rounds. The spectators shouted wildly ev- jery time O'Brien landed, and hooted Jiohnson for his apparent work in the clinches. Johnson had nothing to say after the hout except that he thought he tbe better of it. O'Brien was enthusiastic over his showing. The law does not permit a decision but. it was called a draw. A stadium has been erected at the Seattle Exposition which will seat people. Willie Hoppe is finding' it so hard to get matches with the experts that he is willing to give any of them a. handicap. The masters do not ap- pear to hanker after Willie's Americans are contributing to the erection of a suitable tribute to Capfr Webb, who swam the English chan- nel and who was drowned in the Niagara rapids. It will be erected in England. Stanford, Washington and Califor- nia University eight-oared shell crews will race at Seattle May (29. These colleges may form an intercollegiate and the wincing creW. each year may be- sent east to take part in the Poughkeepsie regatta.' June 345. July 28 29 30 31. :May 31. June 1 2. :July 27. ;Aug. 234. THE May 12 13 14 15. 'July 12 IS 14 15. 'May 25 26 27 2d 29. ;May 21 22 24 24. iJuly 1 J 2 3 5 IJuly 6789 10. ;Scpt. 3466. JAtiff. 30 31. Sept. 1 2 10 10 11 31. June 1 345. TnltT 03 90 Ifl 17 18 19 20. iJuly 16 17 19 21 22 24 24. 'July 6 7 8 9 25 26 27 28 29 jJuly 11235 26 27 31. Sept. 1 3468. CALGARY 31. June 1 2. July 28 29 10 11 i iJuly 21 22 14 15 15. T.-.'Ur Ofi 17 18 19 20. 'July 12 13 14 15. 30 D 26 27 28. EDMONTON June 1 2. July 28 29 10 11 12. ATICT R A jJune 14 15 21 22 12 13 14 15. iJune 30 16 7 19 vs. Moose Jaw at Swift Current, evening. vs. Medicine Hat -at Indian Head1. Aug. vs. Lethbridge at Caron. Business College Stafford Block. Lethbridge Day and Night School. I n d i vidual instruction, Book-keeping. Shorthand, Typewriting. Lessons in English. Geo. J. Schmidt, Principal The New Pool Room In the basement of the Oliver Block is Now Open! C. L. UPTON Proprietor ;