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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 23, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta ft iii i11 Calory t*nt Hefchin twice, fr-fi and 2-o. Hotfinn iuul n hnttery from '.Stniwntcr, Minn. h Okotokn boat High Ulvcr In n tjen* gnu fuothnll kaiuo by 12-0, *1 J 3 lots on Bruce street at $250 4 lots on McDuff street at $250 Li noh u in ii m I T joa v i ngn t'Utlis |�ln,v(Ml u (Jc 2 nil, in football Okotokn. 71 In the Supreme Court of the North Weftt Territories. JUDICIAL blSTfitCT niti DOR LIST II Medicine lint whs nhonil i)-3 In tho first game with Calgary, when n fracas occurred, The locals refUHctt to play, so lho umpire gave tho ganu lo Cn1t{nry U-o, - y FARM LANDS 320 1600 close to shipping point, $9.50 ap fueling vengeance. What he did to t lint fresh lot of ballplayers has long been tt of luiKohnll history, for with that deceptive slow his unit the game by the I husky ball tosser. l,ajoie got into the game at F�y River, Miss., in i 13.. D. Knowlton, of Solum, Mass., who is omcinting at the Western Can nda Baseball I ague games in this city is nn old baseball player and manager, having broken Into professional ball in 15*83 nt I^nn, Mass. He has played in the Cotton League at Mobile and Jackson, Miss., when* he made a reputation as a second baseman and a good bitter, his aver- i Between Alma Sophia Olson, Ad -inlnlNtratrtx with, will annexed of the estate of Nils August Freestone, Plaintiff, ami James Pierce and Emma Valentino, Defendants. Upon tho application of tho Plain- n tilt by her Advocate and upon read -Ing the affidavits of Malcolm Young and William C. Simmons, filed, IT IS ORIMSRED that service upon the defendant, Emma Valentine, i of the writ ol summons and. statement of claim In this action by publishing thin order together with the notice hereon Indorsed once a week for 4 weeks commencing the VKh day of May; A.P., 1007, in the weekly newspaper, the Lcthhrtdgo Herald, published at Leihbrldge in the Province of Alberta be deemed good and sufficient service of the said writ' r and statement of claim upon the defendant, Emma Valentine. AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED Dial the said defendant should enter an .appearance to the said writ of summons and file, her statement of defenco In tho Office or The Clerk of tho Court nt Lethhrldge on or before the 1st day of July, 1007. AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the costs of this application be costs to the cause. ARTHUR L. SIFTOX. Baled MayOrri, 1007. C. .1. NOTICE. matter Clarke, ' bail of .score of age hovering around the 5100 murk, 1800, and, strange to say, he felt; other clulw that he ims ployed with not the slightest sign of nervousness 'ftro Allentown. Pa.. I llt1(l S(l!�.m hl iXw NuAV Kng . to take the field. On walking outto j|lin(j |.,.aKue. lie was manager and 10 to 1 LAJOlK WAS IN A DREAM. No one would ever suppose that tin* doughty Napoleon Lajoie was ever possessed of fiivicky nerves, yet when Larry made his professional appearance in baseball he was about as frightened a person as one could expect to find, particularly in a big, his position on the diamond, Larry was suddenly taken with the peculiar feeling which caused him to exper -fence the sensation of Imagining that he hnd no s)omach; he also felt as if ^ he was l�elng wafted along on thin as he felt not the motion of wulking. In n dreamy sort of way he knew that there was n crowd of jM-ople somewhere, as every little while he would hear cheering, which seemed to come, though, from a faraway distance. Hut Just as soon as the first ball which was knockeddown to him -touched his hands, Larry awoke suddenly from his dreamy state, and the crowd and the cheering became realities. The clever Frenchman, by his wonderful work that