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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 23, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta I | 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-t SUMMARY. Three base hit, Wesslcr; double plin Foster to Kippert; bases on balls, on* Morrison (Bennett), on Rlexurd 3, (N'unkic, Mackin, Kippert) wild pitch oh. Blexrud; struck out by Morrison 'I (Baker, Lussl, Wheeler, lllexunl); by Blexrud 4. (Fogarty. Schurch. Morrison - 2); left on bases, Lolh-brldgo U, Edmonton 3; attendance A LOCAL BUDGET. Mr. nt.d Mrs. W. A. Itiirhnnan are eX|K�rt*Hl in the city � Tuesday. T. .1. Simons went to Edmonton and Fort Saskulcliewan this morn -ing. About X. T. MucIxhhI'h now nil  burn automobile. Tommy "Ii lunks goirtl," U. ('., "It feelH gnml." O'. D. "It IS good." 'J he usual services will lie held in the llaptivt Tnhernuele on Sunday. Tho evening subject is "A l-'ultllful Saying," H|�eelnl music. Hi.nk Malinger Morgan of Raymond 4M); Time Knowlton. 1.35, Umpire, lv LINERS. Blexrud nearly did the trick. There was Joy in the Capital last sure nit and doaUed up Biexurd (m8ht. nicely. Kippert. Bues and Fogarty all hit hard tnil unsuccessfully. On?, two,- three for Edmonton. Ditto Lvthbrklge. In the final inn -ings. Lussl and Ford were retiredand Wessler was called out on foul strike, though he madSfa to left. Now came the locals' chance for a look-in, Foster got a life on Lussl's [error, Mackln made the'only hit �f 0>1>}ft nt t|)0 ^M , (| ,^an his team. Nuwlo knocked up a highly ,horl lho ^ w|1| tn|Mf n , t foul that Ford picked off tlw pickets. I^^ting Kippert walked Ailing the bases The errors and passes were fatul. Cheer upj Cun't always win. With three pHciiers in the game, and inen but of their places, a team 4;unnot do its best,. With Kippert in lho light garden. ;ai l/>t The score'. EDMONTON. In spite of the rain and cold, a big crowd was out. A warm day I will bring on u proper buseball fever In this city. ODEA FOR LETH BRIDGE. It. :�'iih in the city yesterday and took in tlw bull gaiiHi I" see that no more telephone Jokes were played un him. The |>vople of Lcthhrldgo have a I musical treat in store on Monday 'evening ut Wesley Church wIhmi Miss Knld Martin, who is well known in the city will sing- She will ho assisted by XIIks I'Hhel Harvey, who is a splendid singer also. Of Miss Martin, the Montreal (bi/-etle says: Miss Martin is a very popular singer, and her artistic Interpretations anil exceptional volro will always lio appreciated. Alexun -der vun Kielitz's "Song of Spring." a splendid song, vas ndmlrubly rendered, so also was "Spratititu" ("Iji Ooi'Klc.iiiii"). The lovely Hecltative ami Aria from Theo. Dubois' * Alien HniiM't," Miss Miiiiin Interpii'twlwilh much feeling and appreciation for all 'Is luaiilies. .Miss Martin was in particularly good voice uud sung splendidly throughout. bunch, Adams l.f. Dennett r.f. Grimes s.s. Baker 3b. . Lussl lb. Wessler 2b. Wheeler l.f. Blexrud p. . In the Svcuud, Morrison fooled The Capitals say that Lethbridge Baker and I-ukbI, Fi id and Wessler, Is ths 1*am that thoy have to beat both placed nice ones over second to gat thhrldgo 2 0 4 0 0 le,m �f the Western Canada league. 0 0 2 1 1 ThtB announcement was made by the 0 0 3 0 0 former captain of the White Sox yes OM. 0 0 0 te'"'wy' O'Dea took a homestead in 0 1 5 .0 O tno B*aver Bay country last fall,ami 12 2 10 *'**�' living 1 hero all.winter presum-0 li 2 6 0 141 tnal he would have no difficulty 0 1 0 2 0 Im securing UUe to the larnl, vvhieli contains about 160 acres and isqulte-vuluable. His elalm was contested by a man named ;Ltngen whp alleged that he had filed on the'homestead previous to O'D^tt*. Tlie cose was tried in the United J States land offlco Ihjio last week, hilt a decision' will not be given for pome time. � / ! It was O'Doa's intention to live on his hamestead this,'summer nnd improve It, giving up ibttsobnll forever. MutwuV thht thoro'lHa doubb �s to whether ho- will bo,given title lo the IfliWl, M docs not feel ~(hat he should*!tnk�J any chance on Improving it, O'Dea is Hue to arrive to-night .us Is Egan the ehqrtstop, too. CARD OF THANKS^. Mrs. Win. SlalTtird and family de sire to extend their thanks to thu old-timers and friends for the expression of their sympathy during their recent liereuveuient. AB.R,, 4 0 0 2 10 8 0 1111' 3 0 0 3.. 0 0 3 0 Oil .0 1 4 0 0,�^1 1 .4 0 0 L .3 0 3.0 O 1 0 O 3 0 0 4 a 0 a  o o o a o 29 0 1*2611 a Grand Concert -ix- Wesley Church Monday, May 27th Miss �Enid Martin (Meuo Soprano) Miss Ethel Harvey (Con'r .lib) Admifttion, 73c. and 3Cc Plan �i Biginboibain,i. The Sign of Equality $5.50 "Always iu Oood Form" Fivo-fifty in real money equals |o.50 in Rtmuine BARRY �Lrm str.-iiyLh. wear and couifort-NOT ONCE BI'T ALWAYS. The leather, construction, itnd finish in evory itair of HARRY'S equal* $.1.50 iu money-NOT ONCfi BWT ALWAYS. Every dollar coined has a real value. Every i�ir of BARRY shoes made is the greatest possible value for nve-dollars-aiid-a-half. BARRYS or dollars, their value is fixed. BARRY qnalily inner falls below its fixed value. Every pair equals tlie full price asked - that means absolute certainty of service in reluin. The Barry Shoe $5.50 ' is h shoe for every dav- everywhere. It is goal (o look at \ ut better still to use. Well in fashion, but not extreme-its value is put whore it does the most good. Got a BARRY-you can't do better at tbe price. -both high and low-in every'popular Wide range iu styles and seasonable leather. I FRED GOW & CO. We Owe it to Our Cut Glass Displa 1* To again bring it to your notice. Since we last spoke to-you on this subject we have added to our showing tome delightfully attractive goods', and we are anxious to have you see theot.. It is impossible to describe their beauty-for mere words can give you no indication of tbe scintillating loveliness of this ware. And wo can honestly say that our to-day's Cut Glass display it turgor mid more attractive than ever before. R. A. WRIGHT, the Jeweler ii R. Ill .Xeelnnils. nvonngor of tho Mailait of tho bo mo pity, Is visiting lay. Street & Co, bank nt Furl Wit- |hU f'athor. W. W. Neulands, in tha lktro, with his britlo, formorly Mis� coureo of his weuding tour. ;