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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 23, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Was expressed in the strongest manner possible when our own citizens (though they were already loaded) put One Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars into one subdivision which was placed upon the market some few days ago. SAY! Do you want to make 100 per cent, upon some of your money? IF YOUXL WRITE ME 111 tell and show you how, either in town lots or farm lands. Tm Snaps 12Jots, high, dry and level, 3-4 of a mile from Letfebridge Post Office, for $1250, 1-2 cash, bal. 6 & 9 m. 586 acres, 8 miles from a station, for $8 per acre, $2500 cash, bal. in 3 equal annual payments at 6 p.c. TOWN LOTS EVERYWHERE. 100,000 acres to select from if you buy from me. Dealer in Alberta Lands and LetKbridge Properties. Room 1, Southard Block- Phone 122. Baseball Season Opens. .. (Concluded from Page 1.) -Th�d�Uii�d score: EI�MOXTON. AB.B.H.PO.A.E. I will have one good umpire at.least. I His decisions were eiirinently>��tis -fHctory. Some of the fans reriwinber Grinws who played here .JubileeDay. 18ft7, helping the locals agBinst Cardston. "Dad" is still a star performer. AdaBM c.t. ...... tmam r.f. ... Grime* s.s. ... B�lc�r 2b. ..... LuMi lb. ^ .... Ford c.......... Weasler 3b..... WhMler l.f. ... Criat p. ... ... a 2 8' 3 1 2 3 1 2 1 1 0 0 Manager Morrison says that the big cities would give a mint of mon-vy for such grounds as Xettobridge bus. 8 0 20 3 4 18 9 1 LETHBIUDOE. FotUr c.t. .. lladite ab. .. ifuMia l.f. ... Kippcrt lt>. Buea Sb. ..... ^Fogarty a.a. MorriaoB r.f. Rogan c. ... Schurch p. .. By inninct: Xatbbridge . Hit! .... BdmoDtOB , AB.R.H.PO.A.E. 3 1 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 2 3 12 1 8 1 111 0, 2 0 0 1 1 1X0 2 2 0 11 2 O 0 3 2 0 O O 0 0 19 4 4 21 11 2 . 100 102X-4 10 010 2 X-4 . 110O0 0 0-2 3 001100-4 SUMMARY. EaiMd ruiit~SdmoBtoii l Leth-brido 1. Two base hit*-Nunxla, Morrison. Baaa on BaU�-Off Criat 8. Left OB baaeft-Uthbridga 4; Bd-'"montoB 8. � Struck out by Schurch 1 (Ben* nett): by CrtM (Schurch 9, Bu��). Hit by plUte^, Bofara. Luaai. Attaadanet 600. Tiow 1.85. % .Vmf^, S. B. Kaowliton. ?t5'...-l - unbrs. -' , " 'l!ha taam'looka good. ' Tba "Deacon" has a fast bunch, who play ball all the tiii^. ' i'Uffia'ir:^:.^'^: v:11m.''.'/'Edmonton''imiforma are ver-v;a/i,^ ' tainly tlM-nal gooda. They were ' ' . llw ,.C�pttala My that Letfabridge to beat MbrrlMB Jays^ibif. I Considering the amount of rain ^nd the lac)terrifii: one at Foster that nearly took the little fellow off his feet. The others, were easy, The locals nearly..scored in their half, Mackin walked, ; was sacrifice to second by Nunsie, Kip-pert shipped on� with the thr bag-, ger label but Adams caused a wreck: Bues high fly to short left Mackin on third. The fifth was barren'^ Bennett . then drew a pass,, Foster tried hard to get tirime's drive to right iitat Schurch should have got. Bennett scored on Lussi's single. Lethbridge, Foster, Mackin, Nunzie, in order. Wess^er opened up the seventh'with a swift one-that Munzie l#i go l^e-tween his legs. Fogarty i>eil>uti3ed up Blexurd nicely. Kipfwrt, Bues and Fogarty all hit hard but uosuccessfully. One, two,- three for E^lroonton. ftitto Uethbridge. In the final inii -ings, Lussi and Ford were retiredand Wesslor was calljed out. on foul strike, though'he ma Fogarty of a hit liy one of his spectacular catches.'It was hard lu�k. Bypinoiags: i^hnc ton Hits Lethbridge> l�ta .... 0 0 2 0 01 100-4 U 2 0 0 0 1 2 o o-r. 0 0 0 0 0 'op 0 0-0 . 0 0000 1-1 SUMMARY. Thnw base hit, Wessler; double play Foster .to Kippert; bases on balls, off Morrison (Bennett), off Blexurd 3, (Nunkie. Mackin. Kippert) wild pitch OS, Blexrud; struck out by Morrison 4 (Baker, L^ssi, Wheeler, Blcxunl); by Blexrud v4'', "(Fogarty, Schurch, Morrison -2); ieft on bases, Lethbridge (i, Edmonton 3; attendance 450; Time 1:35. Umpire, 10, U Knowlion. LIN ICRS. Blexrud nearly did the trick. There was Joy in thC: Capital last'j night.  The errors and passes wci-c fatal. tiheerupri. Can't always win. With three, pitchers in the gtimo,. and men 'but of their places, a team |�annot do its best,. With .Kippert in tlio right garden, O'Dea at the in|itial bag, and ICgan at short, tho locals, will take a l,ot of beating. . In spite of the rain and t^old, a big crowd was out. A warm day will bring on a proper baseball fever in thia city. Th� score: EDMONTON. AB R.H.PO.A.E. Adams l.f. . Bennett r:t. Qrintea s.s. Baker Sb. . Luasi lb. ... Ford �. ..... W�Ml�r 8b. Whyelar If. Blaxrud p, ,. 1 0 8 0 2 O 4 O 0 0 2 1 0 0 3 O OM. 0 0 0 1 5 .0 1 3 3 1 0026 0 10 3 O'DEA FOR LETHBRIDGE. 33 4 537 4 Wcfslor out OB foul strike. '"'~ ' � uethbrioqe. Foster c.f, ... Mackin 81). .. Nunale l.f. Kippert lb. . BueS'Sb. ... Fogarty s.s., Schurch r.f. . Rogers c. ... . Morrison p. ; ; AB.Il:|t.I>Q.A. .4 0 0 3 1 . 8 0 1 1* 1 , 3 O 0.8., O, . 8 O Oil ,0 ,4 O 0.8,1 4 O, O L 3 ,3.6 O 1 O , 8 ' 0 ' b' 4 a , -8 - O O O S E, O 1-0 1 1 o o' o 0 89 0 VMX\ a DulutH.'May ao.'-Artie OjOoa will [play flrac: base for the Icthbridgo team of th* Western Canada League. This ann'oUBcement. was made by the fornwr captain'of the White Sox yesterday. O'Dea took a homestead in the Baaver Bay country la�>t fall.and after living there all,winter prosum-; Ml tha(^ he would have no dltntsulty in' securing title to the land, 'which' contains about 160 acres and iaquite: �valuable. .v.,, His ^ini was contested by a ninn named'^Bgea whp alleged that he had fliM on; tbo (homestead previous to O'Dia. ^Tbe coiso .was'tried in the here last w�!�k, litt � decision'.will not be glVr en for '^ma'-'tline;:,;./ �/" , It; wHf O'Oea'a' Intention to live on his Ht^JMatead^is/sumnnr'aad >in>^ prove Itj giving:u|> ibascball forever.; �i�MiM||l)r that thoW*4S'a doubt ns to wKetheK ho- will bo;given title to the l/in|i, docs not fcel^hat he should ?lakd- any chance on ^ improv -jin'g It.' tl'Uea is- due'to arrive. 'to-nigbtj.ttH t8;��aii.tli� shortstop, too. A >:^.!;r A LOCALNJDGET. Mr. and Mrs. W. .V. Buchanan arc expoiited -in the city on Tucsdoy. T. .r. Simons went to Edmonton ane-held in the lla|>tist Tnbtsrnaclo on Sunday. The ovening subject is "A IMithtuI Saying." Siwcial music. r Uiiiik Manager Morgan of Ruyrnond was in the city yesterday and took in the ball ganieto see that no more telephone jokes : were played on him. 1'hc people of Lcthbridgte have � musical treat in store on Monda.v (veiling nt Wesley Church when can'tdo better at the price. Wide rant;a in styles-both high and low-r-in�very'popular aiid seasonable leathisr.:. FRED COW CO. We Owe it to Our Cut.Glass Di To again bring it to your notice. Sioo* w� laat spoka to- yoa on this subject we have added to our ahowiug one delmbtf^Uy attractive goodfCand we are anxious to have yon see tbe9i,. T� is imposiible to describe thtoir beauty-for mere words can gitre you no iiHlication of the scintillating lovelinesa^pf tbia ware. And wo can honestly say that our today's Cut Olastdijiplay is larger and more attractive than ever before. , - R. A. WRIGHT, the Jeweler II.' H. ,NcL>lands, manager of tho jlbilwtt of iho Mamo plty.-U yiHlting: May, Street Se Co. bunk at Fort WU- |taia father, W. W. Keelands, In tbs llani. With bis brido. formorly .XIm course of his wedding tour. ;