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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 23, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Some Choice Buys 3 lots on Bruce street at $250 4 lots on McDuff street at $250 FARM LANDS 320 acres close to shipping point, $9.50 acre. 1600 acres choice land near town, $7 per acre. Alberta Realty Co. � Caighry Iwat tieftina tn'i�(!| t-out his diminutive fomv, one could see nothing of bim but his feet and his head. The opposing team, made very, merry ^wiih the little pitcher, telling bim that they were go- ing to .send him back to the bushes, and so on. A't first, Clarke soys ho was so nervous that he thought he would have to flunk at the pitching game, but when the entire push begun to kid him his fright gave way to anger and the old fighting spirit returned to the little follow. The more thcy joked him the angrier he got, so when he took his place on the firing line his jicad was cool, but in his I heart tliere burned a deep feeling of j vengeance. What he did to ttiatfresh ' lot of ballplayers has long been a j matter of baseball history, for i Clarke, with that deceptive slow ! ball of his won the game by the score of 16 to 1. t LAJOIE WAS IN A DRKAM. No one would over suppose that the doughty Napoleon Lajoie was ever possessed of finicky nerves, j-et when Larry made his professional appearance in baseball he was about as frightened a person as one could ex-I)ect 'to find, particularly in ia big, husky ball tosser. Lajoie got into the game at FalJ River, Mis?., 1890, and, strange to say, he felt not the sligbtcst. sign of nervousness until the bell rang for the players to take the field. On Walking out to his position on the diamond, Lnrfy was suddenly takeh with the peculiar feeling which caused bim to exper -fence the sensation of imagining that he had no s)omach: be also felt as U he was being wafted along on thin air, as he felt.not the motion pf, walking. In a dreamy sort of way he knew that there was a crowd of people somewhere, ns every little while he would hear cheering, which seemed to come, though, from a faraway distance. But just as soon' as the first ball which was knockeddown to faim touched his hands, Larry awoke suddenly from his dreamy state, and the crowd aiid the' cheering became realities. The clever Frenchman, by his wonderful work' that day, earned the almost continuous plaudits of the spectators, and so paved the way to become an emblazoned page in baseball history. E.. U. Knonlton, of Snlem, Mass., who is officiating at the Western Can ada I3a.seball Lsaguo games in this city is an old bosoball 'plnyard, 1907. NOTICE. This action is brought to enable the PlaintilT Administratrix with will, nnne.wd of the Estate of Nils August Freestone, late of StaiTord' in the Province of. Alberta, to obtain registration of a certain transfer of the liast half .of lot One (1) according to a plan of BulHlivision of the East half of Legal.,Subdivision Three (3) owl the East hojf of Legal *utKliyis-ion six (fi) in Section seven (7)_ Township nine (9) Range twenty-one (21) we,9t of thi�tered in the Land Titles Office for the South Allx'rta Lnml Registration District in the name of the Defendontt E^imna Valentine, in so far as it affects the said lands, and in the alternative damages 'against the said defendant James Pierce in the sum of $1,500. . Dated at Lcthfortdg^ in the Judic -ia I - District, of lethbridge this ard day of May, A.D., 1907. -W C. SIMMONS, ' Advocate for the PlaintilT. Specials This Week at thj GO-OP. White Lrawn Blouses . Juat to hand, apecial prices, 1.26 to 3:1 Grey Skirts The latest prices, 4.00 to 9.60 We have a few Embroideried Waist Lengths left ; they were bought at a saorifice and are aelling qnioklj at less than half of regular prioes. It will pay you to get. New Goods Arriving Daily Just opened another lot of Boots and Shoes We are selling them at right price*. TSt J. Brown ^ Successors to the Co-Operative Association $5,000 Cash to pay down, for about 40 acres close to the city, is wanted by pur* chaser for sub-division purposes STHAYEO OR STOLEN. From the vicinity of Warner, on bay mar^, 9 years old, one yeaf/oi^ norrell colt, and one bay aucker.)ik, A reward is offered for their re'tuii Give location,-price and best,*'" terms. Box S, Herald Office. BDOIB LIND, Warner, Alto. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Consists of Wild Lands, from $5.50 to 9.00 per acre en bloc, a^ Land near railway 9.00 per acre and up. Improved Farms $15 to $35 per acre. Now is the time to make selection, ilF you want good land near railway. CALL ON US FOR INFORMATION. H OLIVER BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE ;