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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta May 23, J012 TTTE DAILY HERALD Ml HUNDREDS of men inLethbridge are interested in the question of Clothes. How many of you are interested in knowing that you can get Good We are demonstrating daily that oni? Tailored, All Wool Suits arc winners. What more could you ask at f These Suits lit. We guarantee them. Tlicy are wool and they arc hand tailored. You'll need a IICAV Suit for Victoria Day. Conic in and sec our Clothing before buying. We've a Surprise in Store And yon will be greatly impressed with the possi- bilities of trading at this distinctive store for men. Our Fit-Reform at and arc the production of the highest class tailors in Canada. Raincoats from up. Remember, AVC count it a pleasure to show. The 2 Ms McKelvie McGuire Men's Outfitters LACROSSE IN THE EAST OPENS 2JTH i Games at Toronto, Mon- treal and Cornwall-How They Shape Up CURED OF THIS FIRST ANNUAL FIELD- DAY AT RAYMONDJOMORROW Raymond, Magrath, Cardston Athletes of the South in Competition Big Event of New Dayloni Warmr and Prospects for Baseball League of Southern Towns Looks Good the Day, Lethbridge O. vs. Raymond in Football Match Jlaj mond, May 2J! fudging from the present. the first annua field day and athletic meet to be under -.the; auspices --.of the Mutual. Im- provement Association of v the Church ot Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, will unqualified success. Every evening, a large number of the local atliletea are out on the flat behind the Mercantile training fci the e.ventB, a. full list of'which was given in a former issue of the Herald Pole vaulting, hammer throwing, jumping, and sprinting- are' indulged in, and there is a fine grade of material in the making Many clever stunts are in evidence, but thus far no interim tional records have been broken al- though, with a lithe more practice, Don he will, be in gimpe to trim all comers in general athletic events. Reports cpmiiJE In. from .the other towns Indicate Uliat they. are working hard for occasion. Coaph Bennloh; informed the Herald a few ago that he had a strong team v? men coming over from Magrath, are expecting to clean up all the honors. _ Besides -the field .team, a school. boys', baseball team will be on hand to meet the Raymond wallopers, ami, as the youngsters show rare! class on the diamond, the crowfls that will by out on Victoria Day, may rest as- suired that they will witness a game of ball well worth w citing home ab- out Stirling, too, is in line, and a hnak> contingent of athletes are pro- mis-ad from the Junction town. The big event, however, will be thej football game between the Raymond! team, and' the Post Office, team o-' Lethlmdge Both sides aie prepar- ing for this event, each determined (bat it shall be their opponents' "Wat- erloo; The local eleven will doubtless make a good showing.for themselves, and will make the visitois keep on the' move. Probably Stirling in it WALTER RUTT IS ;GREAT RIDER Floyd the. former cbam pion handicap bicycle rider, snys Walter Rutt, the Germair the greatest faix-dav rider that over lived Ho won the recent Berlin and Brua sels races and also In one of tlie recent; Madison Garden contests THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGE YOUR Wills, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Policies or other valuables in one of these boxes FOR FUnTIIEn INFORMATION APPLY TO Lethbridje Branch C G. K, Nourse. Mgr, Raymond, -May Instrtictiou gnen them at the meet ing of the baseball club last Monday evening, the piesident and secretary of the association, Messrs. Tait, and Slcouson, yesterday talked over the long distance telephone'with wires of baseball in Magrath, Cardston, New Dayton and All were.for baseball 'first, always, and a good class of, ball at that. The plan of a South Alberta League, with a' possible combination of the towns -mentioned in a previous impression of this paper, looked feas- ible 'to tiie magnates interviewed, and In all probability tbe of tbe diamond will assemble at Hay- liiond on Tuesday, May 2S, and draw a formal schedule of games and or- ganise the league, thus getting the machinery In motion. Hcathershaw Speaks for Magrath George Heatheisbaw, president of the-Hoard or Trade, baseball fan of fannfeat kind, and general booster, spoke Magrath. Mr. HeatherBhaiy said that but little had been done -as yet in the line of ball, but he would round .'up the sports at once and see what could be done. Magrath has been a little backward simply be cause it looked as though thp other towns wera not going to do anything It was hifa opinion that .Magrath would' put an aggregation in the field, which is .about as good as a positive dec- laration. Cardston in Line Cardston is coming in. There is no doubt about that. Editor Burton ,6t the Globe and secretary of the .Card- ston club, was the one communicated with at Cardston. "Sure, Cards ton wants baseball; glad you fellows got his enthusiastic-, reply :to a query, and he also added thatf he would'call the boys together without further delay and institute active pre- parations for the race. Cardston U is reported has some team, and they arc going to give their aistcr towns terrible run'for ,fhe pennant. At; least Freddie Hurton says so, and when Freddie speaks if. must bo so, They will sure be rejirosentcd at the Class to New Dayton AiLuuugh ion is "the i est burg in the proposed'comhination, Mr Hamilton, secretaiy of the enei- getie Board of Trade of that plate, ajvakg encouragingly of the pros- pects for good ball there. he >Ied the etecutne to believe that New Dajton was coming in, and coming with a whoop They ioo will Jiavej a delegation at the meeting" here, i "New Dayton is no tank ".town, an> they .will have no tank team, bolieve said a sport of that town the other day And this is abcut right judging fiom the star thej ihavo in young Earl Gerril, who thiows like big leaguer New ton plays Warnei on the 24th oi "Uaj glad to be, aske'd to entei the league Warner on the Job .Alright 'Warner will be there with bel from said the noise, in baseball when the Herald talked over the phone. A Warner representative will be on hand when the moguls get together, .next week to discuss baseball. 'Warner is strong- han.ever this year, and.they will undoubtedly loom up big in the Tnat town has always been real Montreal, May big n- laorossu [heir playlne seasons on Friday, Victoria Day, and the flgiit for public patron age ivlllbe.onlir earnest: The Do- minion Lacrosse association fixture Is Hie game between Tecumsehs and the Irish-Canadians, Geoige Kennedy's new team, which numbers In Its ranks representatives of eveiy club which was left In. the'National Lacrosse Un- on when Toronto, Tecumsehs and'Na- tloiials split with th'at body, and form- ed their own organization The game ulll take place at the National grounds? .Kennedy'-as yet having- no playlng.field of his own. The Nation- als will he In Toronto playing the To ronto blue shirts, who have already his jear played two exhibition games ii'ith the Tecumsehs, and look to be in he best :of condition. Tecumsehs have also, exhibition game, uth the Nationals in which they wero defeated, and they should be in Ine condition to meet the Irish-Can- adians, who have had only practice vork-outs so Jar. The N. L U lure here is: the Shamrock-Montreal game, and every one is see which Mill get the Irish support, Uie N I, U. or the D. L A. Kenned) has a lot'of the Irish in his ranks, but the Shamrocks I, have held some of their old men, and hope to keep the Hibernians the ,city in the ranks The Montreal team has most dashing players to Kennedy, whose high salaries went far beyond what-the Montreal club was' game to offer, but .the' strong membership the '.Montreal Amateur Athletic association is looked to come to the organization's pro. lacrosse 'team. Capitals'at Cornwall In Cornwall, the ..Capitals, of Otta- BUDGET OF NEWS FROM ULLE Edmonton Girl saved By "Frult-a-tiw" EDMONTON, Nov. aoth ipn. (II had been a sufferer frombabyhood with that terrible Consti- pation. I have been treated by physicians and have taken even- medicine that I heard of, but without the slightest benefit. I concluded that there was'ho cure for this horrible Disease. Monies to take a'courW -in decided to try tbcni, ind the effect was l marvellous, The first box gave, me'grett relief, and after I uted a Few boxes, I found Unit I was IB the only medicine that ever did lue any good for Clitomc. Constipation I want to say to all who suffer as I '-Fmlt-a-tives-1' why suffer any longer when there is a perfect curt fa this great fmtt medicine" _ _ (Miss) F. A. GOODALL. is the only remedy in tbe made of fruit and Uie only one that will completely and absolutely cure Constipation. 500 a box, 6 for trial size, 250. At all dealers or sent on receipt of price by Fruit-a-tives Irfitnitedj Ottawa., TABER BURGESSES ARE PROGRESSIVE WILL VOTE ON MONEY BYLAWS FOR MUCH-NEEDED CIVIC IMPROVEMENTS Taber, 'May At the regular roasting of the Toviii Council held last evening, it i decided to submit to wa, "will Cornwall, boys, but very -little intereat: is taken in this gaine outside of .the towns The hopeless tailenderc in the N. L. U last year, and -their team this yeat !s apparently no sttong; e'r, while.. the Cornwall players have deseited light and, left to other clubs, and there vvill be many youngsters in their" llncrup, It ia only in this city that the rivalry between, tlie two lea- gues will be noticeable, as there; are no D. I __ A ylubs in Conical! cr Ot- tawa, and no N L'TJ. clubs in Tor onto In this city, however, there are two clubs in. v each. league, and there is a continental clash 'of dates, Montrealers having their choice tween.- two. big league lacrosse ;ga-nies all season. the ratepayers bylaws calling for ex- penditures of for granolithic SKlewaikfe, for street improve- ments, for the hospital, and for additional buildings on the town sports ground, which are In- tended to b-3 used In the Agricultural Society. The Council propose to lay the gjanollthic walks on .'our of the piincipal busjness atieets of (tho town, and also to'go Tight uhead with the hospital, which has_ lyen hanging Eire forborne time." From reports circulating this morn- ing, it woull appear that some of these est.mateb will hare jo be cut down a little, as it ls stated that the school board have 'asked for a, far laiger sum that the Council evpeclad, in fact, more than they have evei> ask- ed for beware In spite of. the fatjt that Talfer has been'obllged the B3bteni, it is stated that the total as- sessment 'but a little lovvei than the, last yeai, and It has been rumored frhac'the tax iate would be a good What changes, it any? vUll be brought about by the dtmands of tht School Board, if; is impossible say just yet, but rumor; says thnt the average vvil WHAT'S DOING T PASS END TRIPS i V Lille May 32-Mrs lllnelme Saturday llir !8th ut Frank ,iml JJI.imnore, In nig .TutT thu neyf horw which swnii to'bo quite a Mis w, P. Missel utsre ,tO Frank qti Saturdav's Ibcal train, tinlny evening William Hughes has. gone to .school of is regretted bv evervone u-> he was tho lirifc to oftei his services to help aJonj; chiucli matters and -all local sports: The Italian'football team won the cup for in a series of between the "Never Waters" ami "The lias IJccns" The cup donated bv Kiank Anderson and must be vvoii :tliree successive (-times- to he retained liv the, Thomas Williams has returned home fiom Trmitv University, Toronto, to spend hw, vacation vuth Ins parents here and inculenUllv to organize a fevy picnic> in the mountains The children of the Lille have been Undergoing test examina- tions the rteek, tlie results from which seem to indicate a high aver- age foi the pupils in the final eianim- ations held next month Ociav e Holland returned Monday fiom a few day's visit at Frank. Nic Uesanti Sunday" Jat Blairmore. Tony Perruca, Joe Canjiilmi, and] Fred Kanvani have gone te Cole- man toi work In the mines at that loint.' SJ. E. Davvson has left Lille for Calgary, vvlieie he expects to spend Lhe summer Felice Jliccardo and Peter Carso nave left Lille for Calgarf. Dan Betoua old friends m !vtllc, .Sundaj working m the Colepian mine and his pernunent- dcpaiture from is univer- sally hv John Munay and Jojm GrlffitTis .ended the banquet on Friday night at Holleviie 'in honor ot John R Mc- Donald J Tlie Blairmore football team plavcd school sporty, nnd it is a pleasure to see them como into the league. Stirling, Maybe ,Nothing lias been heard from .Stir- ling, but an imitation be ex- tended to that town to gather- Ing'of the' clans', at this point next Tuesday, May 2S. They >vill'be wel- come. Lalondc Missing Con Jones seems to have done little damsige Lalonde has gone back with him, but the Nationals got along without him last although did not "get the championship, and can doubtless do so again. All I lie Na'Uonal players aie back in The; Tecumsebs and Toronto teams are practically intact, while 110 Ottawa men bave gone West Cornwall, lost tlie old standby, Cameron, to the Western- ers. To snow how thoroughly Kennedy liao fulfilled his threat to carry off the best L. U. men for his D L A team, the following announced as for'Friday's match, the list also showing the N. L TJ. clubs from which he secured them Go.tJ, Brennan, Montreal, point, Gcordie.vHoberts, Ottawa; cov- er, Rochford, Shamrocks; first de- fence, 'Jfonlreal; second de- fence, White, third, lie- fence, centre, third Mun- Shamrocks; .secoiia home, Kane, Montreal; first A-home, Fred Scott, Montreal; inside home, George Rob erls, Montreal, meet the changed conditions, the pio posal ii> made impose a business and ,to ihcreaae the licensee foi hotels and pool A change has been made m the i of Issuing building; permits, and a building inspector 1ms been appoint- ed, so that in future a correct recotd qf all building operations carried in the town will be available A pei- rait, foi which a small chaige is to be made, nuififc be taken out before a building is started, and the value stated. WHO WAS THIS MAN? Poit Arthur, Ont, May ft ken unconscious from., a C.' train to St. Joseph Hospital, two ago, an unknown man died today, without re- gaining consciousness There was absolutely hife pockets to idenlfy him, and all that the train crew .could say wasxthcy understood he. boarded tbe .'strain :at- Sudbivry.-'An Instigation will bo held iftei playing a most exciting game, we are to say lost out to Lille. The srorr Mas two to one, UHc'sfa- A return match will be played at Bl.uunore, the 3ith. If G Spmks and John Garrait arri fiom injuries sustained whilr engaged-! in iilie of the football games Picard tamre from BtiT; more Sunday tn enjcy- and w flqwers. i V "McDonald, of 'Cpleiiian, was here on business Tucsdaj H J) of the V C 0- at Blairmore, was. up on Sal- qrdav. ft Rev I ang, tbe mintstpr here, leit for a dajs' visit at Calgary, on Monday The "Lille Flyer" encountered A mud sliuc Tuesdav, winch traffic for a lew hours The genial conductor Jack J Kcncr sebmwl to think this slide was entirely for Tlie latei opening of the fishing sefr- son this yeai sccnis to work quite a hardship on our local Isaac No wonder when the quality of fish- ing havejn. the creeks here lu taken into consideration. Jamei> C Lu-mgstone, of this citr, las been appomted a commissioner for aking affidavits. New Dayton Has the Baseball Bug New Dayton, ,Mn.y is now the rage at New An or- ganization, it is be ef- fected here shortly, boys will be out practicing hard. There is ex- cellent material in New Dayton 1'or a good team, and it is thought that, a equal to anything south of tcthliridge can be put In this plaoa Yesterday morning W..T. Hamilton, of the Canadian Bank of re- ceived a telephone message' from Pre- sident Tait, nnd Secretary Skouson, of tho Raymond leain, ashing what New Dayton intended to do in the for- mation of a league in the Southern Alberta towns. It is proposed .to ask him next Tuesday Rafter- Cardston, Magrjith, Raymond, Warner noon. 'New Dayton and Stirling to ft and thought -that New Day ton'Should hold a.good chance cE competing successfullly with any of these places.--It is rumored that the boys are to. RO to Warner on Friday next, Victoria play the Warn- er team. Should they be successful in winning a game; there, their-Interest In the league -would be assumed. Should a team be organized, it will he necessary to have the support of the entire New Dayton community. A team cnnnot be put in the field and supported' hi a town like this without consMcrabte difficulty, and gclf.sac-j rlflre on the part of both playorsi and It is not fintici-1; pated (hat there will be-any di cnlty in securing for the.New Daytcnj team tlic support which.they deserve. OUR GARAGE WILL OPEN. MONDAY, MAY 27 TUiill eiUb'ely of Brick and-Steel, Con- crete Sfesim Ilent, Separate Entrance nnd Exit. Compressed air 1'or inflating tires free. Repairs Accessories Latest rtinchincry and most expert mechanics in Alberta Complete Stock of Tires and all Accessories always in stock. Ask for H. D. Henderson Garage Cor. (ith St.. and (ith A vc. Phone ;