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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRlDOt, ALTA, TUESDAY, MAY 26, INI. Lots facing east, on Westminster Ed., for LETHBRIDGE BALL TEAM WON GAME LETHBRIPGE 2; CALGARY I Calgary, May was a day MOVING PICTURES. ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE, The Passion Play; or, The Life of Christ. On ft. of beautifully hand-colored film. 1. The Christ 2L The Life of Christ 3. The. Crucifixion and Re- surrection of Christ 'i S.O N The. Holy City U Selfc Trio JJsiicl Best and fastest ever in the city. Frank Swain German :-Comedian, and Dancer Sin ger an-d -'Gardner. score of 12 to 2. On series the champions scored a total of 18 goals against G by the challengers. The humiliation for The j Sporcr home team, was defected by the tail-J ton. endPrs yesterday and then At then it got going at night and Winnipeg 000 010 000-11result of was never in everything looked like evening up matters, J. Pluvius, who seems to have sisrned up with the Indians, turned on the tap and that was the j Moose Jaw 000 100 100-2 lenders. In every department 01 the Hegma 000 020 doubt after the first five minutes, th At champions playing in brilliant form Brandon.................... 000 0.02 and completely outclassing the chal- Local Lacrosse Boys Won The intermediate lacrosse team had their iirst game yesterday with the Hacleod team as their opponents. From a spectator's standpoint the game was not very thrilling, a's the visitors were no match for the locals who scored almost at will. When it is considered that the Hacleod boys jiever handled a lacrosse stick until about six weeks ago, they made a .splendid showing against boys who .have been at the game ever since they could walk. The visitors have plenty of speed, strength and "endur- .ance but do not know the game. When they get wise on this they will -be formidable opponents for any in- Lethbridge scored seven in a row .before the visitors found the nets. Then the visitors took two in a row .and then took the last two of the game. The final score was The game was not rough, only one jpiayer being guilty of a display of .temper. Dick Robson acted as referee and handled the boys well. They lined before him in. the following order, playing only "ten men a side end of things. However, the after- noon was the iinkindes't cut. It was not so much a ball game. The grounds were not up to date, the weather conditions none too favor- able, with its threatening clouds and rumbling thunder. The Indians faced Killaly and fan- ned out, and the men Josiah Pech and snuffed them off to the in- fielders. When Killaly forgot his ctianing in the last inning, Indians came -through and won. There, was a good attendance, and 1 200 anxious fans tried to pull out J Seattle Killaly pitched an excel-v Aberdeen 5 -10 Vancouver- Vancouver 4 Tacoma............................... 3 Eastern (May 22) At a victory. lent game. In the. beginning he ex- tricated himself with the skill of a magician and at the end pitched like Macleod Walsh .McDonald W. Bryan Position goal point cover Lethbridge Murray Deyine McG-reavy Bender Bell Smith Bryan McCaig The scoring 2nd defence Davies 1st-defence B. McKay centre Sinclair 2nd home J. McKay 1st home outside inside Hopkins McGuire Helmer was in the following -order First Hopkins, 3 2, Sinclair, five minutes -3, McGuire, three minutes 4, Hel- mer, five minutes. Second -5, Davies, three minutes 6, Helmer, two minutes 7, Sinclair, four mins; 8, Bell, five minutes. Third-quarter. G. Bryan, five minutes 10, .Sinclair, two minutes. Fourth Taylor, 3b 3 -yicGuire, fifteen seconds; 'l2, Corrigan, cf..., 3 Helmer, 15 seconds; 13, Davies, lb 4 -seconds 14, W. Bryan, nine mins.: jCartty, If................. 4 15, Belh two minutes. Score, Mac- ss.................... 3 0 a school boy. At that he held the enemy to three hits. Calgary had the most fun out of the__game except the winning of it action in every inning. However, he who laughs at the finish of'the ninth in- ning is he who laughs -best. Charlie Crist lined .them up a little different yesterday. Shorty Rochon played in left and Mills was on third. Rochon had nothing to do, but he got a kind of a bingle that went for a hit, .and stole a Tsase at an. opportune time, which, led to a run, and Mills had nothing to do in the field. In the ninth the balloon went up. The Lethbridge coacher in classical language got Killaly's goat for fair. Crazy Snake walked Brother Jack went out after a long session. At one- time he thought that he had a base on balls and proceeded to walk, but not so and while he was gone, the pitcher put across a strike. Mr. Corrigan. was incensed, but remem- bering-how ineffectual costly the spoken word is, he placed his re- marks in writing and sent it -to the Batteries: Watts and Minnis Gil-'game the Capitals were outplayed, Christ, Taylor and Steele. Umpire- I the champions playing rings around Donnelley. [them, their defense fceing impreg- At inable. while the work of the home Brandon 000 211 division, was spectacular. Moose Jaw 000 112 200-3 Hough playing was conspicuous by Batteries Smith and Steele its absence, only two men being sent Vrooman, Kransen and Eoesch. Um-to'the fence during the afternoon. both being Capitals, Davidson and Howard, who used their sticks too j freely in the mixups. I Eegina's defense could not with- stand the persistent bodng-in tactics of the champions, who rained shot after shot .on the Kegina citadel. The goal was beseiged with o shots and Clark was given no chance ito save, the champions shooting at 2 close quarters. Westminster field had 3 s Regina men run off their, legs in the j first quarter, and throughout the main-tier oi thev match [did not have a chance. 3: Their home played too far out Northwestern (May 2-1) At Portland- Portland 2 Spokane.............................. 6 At 10 13 6 14 0 We carry a complete line I of Lawn Star 12 Star 14 in. each Call and see us._ Our prices are sure to please. I Hayr Bros. X General Hardware J Phone 75 P. 0. Box 27 I LETHBRIDGE ALTA. Daily yon have to id! tr to reit pUce it ii thin colomi. If wait fiytaUf BM this colwa, ooe insertioo i for SI SITUATIONS Twenty breaking outfits to start to work at once. Will pay liberal price per acre. Apply to the O. W. Kerr Co., Lethbridge. Two waitresses at once at Alberta Restaurant. WANTED-At once-, a x first MISCELLANEOUS WANTS energetic man of found commercial experience, position' us business bookkeeper, or po- sition of trust. Al Apply J. Arthur, Box 400, Pincher Creek. BOARDERS WANTED-Room and bcaiji in a modem home with hot and coldwater, bath, telephone etc Apply 425 Bartlett St. 135-6 WANTED-To buy single drivine horse, also second hand baggie harness. Address J. T. 8., care Her- near Lethbridgfor about. 12 head of young cattle and colts. Good water. State terms by mcwth. Palmer, Box 568, Leth- bridge. 137.3 -f in all classes of cooking. Wages per month'. Apply H. E. Carlson, Bow Island E-nel, Bow Island, Alta. 133-6 LAND FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE S 11 DiDSBURY WON Bidsbury, Alta., May bury defeats Innisfail. The first fame of football in Didsbury this ;easoa was played 'on the. home grounds today between the home team and Innisfail. The game re- sulted in a victory for Didsbury by the close score of class pastry cook i and third meat cook at once. Apply i Alexandra Cafe. 133.6 j ply 10 The Canadian Eeal'Estate" Co., rloqm 9, Bryan Block, or Box 387, FOE QUICK SALE OK EX- 240 acres of choice land, 2 1-2 miles from Kaymond. 135 acres stubble, 65 acres prairie and forty acres winter wheat. Price per acre- 56.00 per acre cash, balance lf ,CT, We will ae- servant. Apply Mrs. 650 Bartlett. 134-6 Lethbridge, Alta. 137-6 MONEY TO LOAN experienced waitress .MONEY TO loan" .money Wages. per week and board j on first and second mortgages on farm Chow Sain Co. 135.5 and city property. Building loans ne- gotiated. Agreements .of: sale bought. stenographer desir- es position. Apply Box McM.% Her- ald- 136-6 Empire Land Co., Ott Block. the visitors j Newark '4 Toronto 5 umpire by special post, the.contents of which the umpire read to the au- dience. Then Cox came along1 with a double and Crazy Snake tied the score. Canty went out easily and Bell put out one which Lepper miss- scored. That was the Baltiniore, 3 Montreal, 5. At Jersey City- Jersey City, 2 Eochester, 4. (Slay 24) At Rochester- Rochester, 6 Jersey City, 1. At Buffalo, 2 Providence, 4. At. Baltimore, 8-; Montreal, Second game Baltimore'...-... Montreal .002 001 Clarke and Beyers Wicker Clark. f American (May 22) At Chicago Chicago v. 7 New York 3 At St. St. Louis 1 Boston 0- At 4 4 again and provM. an easy mark for JXew Westminster's stonewall defense, j Spring was the best man on the j field. He scored four goals for the I champions, carrying- the ball right [through the Regina defense. "Dad" Turnbull also starred. Ross ,vho "replaced .Warwick in the first quarter, was the only member of the j visiting team that' showed class. and his fielding was first class, but his support was'very poor, the chal- lengers appearing to lack practice. 8 5 3 3 and Their passing was faulty, while the defense could not keep the-champions out. The teams lined up as follows AN AUSTRALIAN REQUEST Chicago, May J. Jeff- ries has received a letter from Hugh Mclntosh, the Australian fight pro- moter now in asking Mm. to refrain' from closing a match with Jack Johnson for the cham- j pionship without first giving -him an. opportunity" to bid for the fight. Jeffries expressed, the opinion that Mclntosh wanted them to fight m Australia or England. Phone 133-6. Judicial Notice boy wanttd. Apply Western Stationery" Co. 136-0 j TO THE CEEDITOES OF THE RE- LIANCE COAL MINING, COM- LIMITED. the Order made by the Honourable Mr. Justice the matter of the Winding-up Act and to lease a coal- mine: Good coal and good trade. Ap- ply to G. E., c-o Herald. 136-6 or stout boy to at- tend to horse night and morning. Apply Dr. Galbraith, -Redpath St. 37-5 SITUATIONS WANTED DRESSING ROOM ON THE SQUARE At the union social at'the Caledon- ian hall last night E. A. Cunning- ham, in a outlined the plan of a dressing room- with lockers shower bath and sewer connection for the convenience of all athletic clubs 'holding sports on the square. He said there would be difficulties in POSITION position as. housekeeper required by middle aged' Amendments thereto, and in the mat- ter of The Reliance Coal Mining Corh- panj, Limited, bearing date the 5th" day of May A. D. 1909, the creditors of the above mentioned Company; and all others who hayeL claims against the said Company, formerly carrying on business at Tiaber, in the Province of-.Alberta, are on or before the widow just from England. Able" to day of June A.D. 1909 to send keep accounts 'Mrs. L. A. Fenton, to E. P; liquidator rost Urnce, Cranbrook, British Co- hjmbia. 138-1 TO RENT. 11 8 NS 5 ed and Cox end of it. It was a case of Calgary starting off well in the ninth, but the box score tells the rest. Lethbridge AB R H O A E Corrigan, rf 40-1000 0.0 115 0 2 2 leod 4, Lethbridge 11. LLynch. c Chandler, 2b Detroit................................ 4 Washington......................... 2 (May 24) At St. Louis, no game, rain. At JJelroit ................................10 16 Washington......................... 1 7 At Cleveland- Cleveland 6 Philadelphia............... 2 At Chicago- Chicago 2 New York............................ 1 National (May 24-) At Chica 6 1 New Westminster Gray, Galbraith j T. G-ifford, J. Gifford, Grennie, Tren- nie, JFeeney, W. Turnbull, Spring, A. lj L. Turnbull, Bryson. 2 j Howard, Lalonde, i West, Sheet, Davidson, Warwick, 3 j Ross, Murton, McGregor, Gor- ijman and_McDougall. -i the New Westminster 1 jiClub announced tonigh-t that [receipts amounted to .-I the way but suggested that a delega- tion from the-various athletic organ- izations petition the city council in regard to it. The council were sup: posed to be. the wisest men and they 7'3 14. 0 2 1. 4 .1 5 1 Press Club Beat the North Ward would no doubt find ways -of coming these difficulties. As far as the finances were concerned he. was of the opinion: that .if the clubs -by a united effort and a. public subscrip- tion could raise much if not all the funds needed. It After brief remarks by X. E. Du- pen, the presidmt of the City Foot- ball League, and by Aid. King, it was decided amid, cheers to call a i special meeting of all athletes (foot- ball, lacrosse, baseball, etc.) in the city at the Caledonian hall on "Fri- day, May 28 at 8 p.m., to discuss Press team got together to meet the PJans and devise means of accora- representatives of the-North Ward. plishing a dressing room with show- jit was a great game, full of inter- er baths for the use of all athletic clubs using the square. All those interested are urged to attend this The __ preliminary canter for the opening of the City Biaseball League was taken last evening, when the TO summer months, fur- nised cottage. Apply Dr. Campbell Macdonald Block. 133-6' TO room. Geo. Delaney's, Coutts St., south of Cen- traj School. 133-2 TO rooms in mod- ern house. Apply 1276 Eedpath St. 138-6 FURNISHED rent, cen- tral, all modern, conveniences. Apply to 710 Bompas St. of the said Company; .care of :Domin- ion Trust Company, Limited; yau- couver, B. C., their ;chrirtiait and surnames, addresses and descrip- tions, full particulars of their claims, and the nature and amount, of the securities (if any) held by them, and the specified value of said securities, verified by oath, and in default there- of they will be peremptorily excluded from the benefits of the said Winding-up Order. Tie presiding.. Jialge in Chambers. at the Court House in the City of Calgary will on Tuesday. the ;22nd day of June A. D. 1909 :at the-hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon hear the report qf the liquidator upon claims of creditors submitted "to him pursuant. ,to- this; notice, and Jet- al.L parties then attend. TO and board; Apply Mrs. Reedjs stone cottage, Courtland St., west new stand pipe, west door. 133.6 PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR residential pro- perty, per month. Price Good terms. Realty Co. FOR fully modern house. Apply P. JlcMurphy, Mgr. South Alta. Lumber Co., Phone 225. 1 121-0 est, not only because of the good [playing at times, but on account of the evenness of the score. The Ink- Chicago 4 9 o.islinSers got a tally in the first and Toronto, j Calgary j Rochon, If May 24.-The Tom Long-! Parkes; rf 4 0 Lqpgfloat BeatShrubb i 2 32710 3 AB R H O A E 4 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 12 1 0 0 '2 010 Toronto, Ont., May Sel- p 1002 -boat-Alfred Shrubb 20-mile race at- j chandler 2b 3 tracted a large crowd tonight. Long- 'cf 3 won easily and by a good mar- 7AVicker, Ib 3 .gin in the fast time of 1.55. i Mills, 3b 3 j.Lepper, ss................. 4 ;Kelley, c.................. 3 DEFEATS ST. YVES j Brooklyn 3 At Philadelphia- Philadelphia 1 Cincinnati 5 At Pittsburg 6 .Boston................................. 2 At New St. Louis ...........................i 3 New York i 6 j then. Parsons, the Northern twirler, o jgot very busy and made-the oppos- 0 batters see snakes coming over A the' plate. He had his 'bad inning in the third, when with numerous hits Regina An Easy Mark le.n, former amateur five mile crack i -of the Irish Canadian A.C., Toronto, B. C., May retains the llinto Cup. tonight defeated St. Yves, the i Lethbridge 000 000 Before one of the largest crowdsever 28 1 3 27 16 5 Vancouver, x Westminster Prenchrcan, winner of'two inter- j Calgary 000 010 fathered in the grounds to wuness a oaational Marathons, and John D. hHs. Cox and similar event, the New West minster Marsh, of Winnipeg, winner of tbe j 2wicker- Sacrifice hits, Kiilaly 2 J champions of the world, sue- Canadian .Derby Marathon on May 1. Stolon bases, ".Toe 1 eeeded in defending the title against Corrigan, Rochon, .Parkos. Bases on ;tjic Capital's at Queen's park in a time fifteen mile race in the record of 1.22.56. Sullen finished St. .alone from the 10th mile, both .Yves and Marsh havin to quit. the mile. Sellen took the lead at the start; and held it, setting fast pace, covering- the first mile in 4.59. balls, off Killaly 2. off Pech 4. Hit; today, winning by the overwhelming, meeting. As Mr. Cunningham said in his speech last night, "ask and ye shall but we will never get FOE roomed North Ward. Price. Easy terms for balance. Box J. R. D., c-o Herald. house, in half cash. Apply'.to 135-6 SALE OE TO NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given pursuant to resolution of the Directors .that' the annual ordinary, general of the share-holders- of the Western Canada Agency, Limited, will :be held at the offices of the Company' at the' City of Lethbridge on Monday the- 31st' day of Jjtay instant at the ..hour- of 3 o'clock'in the afternoon.'. Dated at Lethbridge this 20th day of May, 1909. WILLIAM President. H. MACBETH, 136-138-140. Secretary.. roomed house, stable, hayshed, large chicken, house, at the river _ near the railroad bridge. The best it without asking for it. And if we i piace in tlle city for keeping chickens NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Tenders are requested for the erec- tion of a Solid Brick Business' Block at Feniie, 'B.' C., for The Trites-Wobd Company, Ltd. AIL tenders are to be sealed and''en- Seven dorsed and must reach -the Ar.clute.cts> are all united we can get ,it, for "it is a need. ?_ and errors galore the Printers man- aged to get six After that Parsons tightened up and there was nothing doing. The Northern... Lights scored in four innings, getting three in the fourth on a couple of liits and- a few friend-1 ly errors. Tho final score was 7 to 6 in favor of the -Press. The line up was North Ward- Parsons p, I-Iopcraft If, Geiger c, L. Lauman 2b, McKenzie ss, Green Ib, W. Lauman cf, Rininan 3b, Jtarlow rf. Press c, Evans rf, Cur- ric If, Gunn 3b, Houk Ib, Austin cf. ss, Brown 2b, Maveety p. WANTED Excavations to Make Cellars to Dig" Yards to Clean All at Lowest Prices' Apply to Box 13 Herald Office or cows. Apply H. Proctor, near A. R. I. shops. 135-fi FOR SALE OR TO cot- taages in Duff Addition. Apply. to Western Tinsmithing Co., next Her- ald Office. 138-6 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. FOR horse power gaso- line engine. Apply John Niven, 630 Crabb St. 132-6 FOR 16 ft. x 6 ft wall. Good as ew. Box Al care HefTild. 27 ft. ad Apply to 137-6 FOR SALE en to Sr., North Ward. year old filly, brok- harness. Apply Samuel Jones.. lier? before 12 o'clock noon on May 31st, 1909.: The lowest or any tender not- ne- cessarily accepted. Plans and specifications may be. obtained from Messrs Hodgson Bates, Architects, Dominion Calgary, Alta. FOR SALE 1st. An of land on the Milk River, known as the: Loggin Ranch, about 7 miles from Coutts and S miles from having dwel-; ling house, horse and cattle stables- and corrals. 2nd, Parcel of land in city, situate directly east" of North Ward Meat Market, 75 by 134, Also-1500 Royal Col- 133-6 Umpire, Oidham. B. Chandler. Jack Corri- been Struck out, by Killaly 13 The.track was four laps to (Canty _3, Lynch 3, Taylor 3, Joo Corrigan, Jack Corrigan, Cox. Bell, B. Chandler. Pcch) by Pech l) H. Chandler. Itntble plays, Chamller to Kelly to Zwicker. Parkcs to Zu-icker, Pech to Bell to Cox.- Left on hases, Lethbridge 7, Calgary 10. Passect ball. Kelly "1. Time of game, 2.05. Attendance, Dyer. LOST BASEBALL RESULTS Following arc the scores of games played on Saturday and Monday in the big leagues :v Western Canada At Winnipeg- Winnipeg................... 100 130 Regina Batteries Van Zunt and Ekimonds; Blackburn and Gardner. Walton. I At j Brandon.................... Moose .Taw jQO 000 Batteries Heinrich and Minnes McCarthy and Stevens. Donnelley. (May 24) At Winnipeg 200 000 Regina 000 000 Batteries Cizeran and %draonds j TENDERS WANTED Bids will be asked up to" 5 o'clock, May 26th, for the following trades. grey mare, 4 years old, plumbing, heating, roofing and ibs., branded "S on left al work, plastering, painting and glaz- i hip, white star in centre of-Jorehcad, ing, on Canadian Bank of Commerce j wire cut front jright foot; reward building, Lethbriclgc.- Plans aiid eifications can be seen at No..5 sam- ple room, Lethbridge Hotel, or by applying to W. H. Cawst-on. Tho lowest or any tender not nctes- accepted. 136-3 return to Gust. Gacobson, Pvoyal Hotel, Taber, Alta. 131-13 STRAYED this brown horse, clipped ;pring, weight 1100 pounds, very NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS TENDERS will be received up to j Thursday, 27th May.. 1909, at noon' for the -'rection of a printing office for the Lethbridge Herald. All tenders to be accompanied by an acepted cheque to the. value of gentle. Supposed to have gone south, ikeward for return to Salee Cecil, 10 of Lethbridge. 136-4 MCKNIGHT BEDS., River, Alta, SHOE POLISH Stays Shined. Dust won't dull it. Rain won't moisture. Softens and preserves the leather. Just put it on, rub two or three with at brush or cloth a brilliant and lasting lOc. shine results. and No tubsti. 25c NOTICE OF IMPOUNDMENT NOTICE is hereby given I have impounded in the West Prund nc-ar the. Isolate! Hospital, the follow animals on the 12th day of May. JD09: 5 per cent, of tender, which will be j 1 red mulcy cow, indistinct brip.'l on i returned to unsuccessful contractors. Heft hip; 1 calf, no visible brand; I Plans and specifications can be 1 red and white calf, no visible brand; j at the office of the undersigned j I black calf, no visrble brand, i in the Bryan Block, Loth bridge." JOS. GILLESPTE, 137-4 Ernest E. Carver. 131-0' Chief of P SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person is tbc sole head ot a "family, oJf' any male over 18 yeara old mav homestead 2. of 'available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in 'person at the Dominion Lands Agency or. Sub- Agency for the district. Entry fcy proxy may be made at any agency ter of intending homesteader. months' residence, upon and cultivation of the land in. eaoh ESTABLISHED 1S54 ii Merchants Sank of Canada 3HEAD OFFICE. Paid-ap Reserve and Undivided Accountsvof Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department Lethbrtige Branch ConMale Block, lUdpath St. nine miles of his home I stead on a farm of at least 80 acres I solely owned and occupied by him or j by his tather, mother, son, daughter, {brother or sister. i In certain districts a homesteader i in good standing may pre-empt j.quarter-vsection alongside his borne- --Must reside six months in of six years from date of homeatead entry (including the time lequfred to earn homestead patent) and fifty acres extra. A homesteader who has his homestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take pur- chased homestead in certain diitrmi. Price per acre. xeside six months in each years, cultivate fifty ttttt a house worth W.W.OOBT. Deputy Minister o! the d thii ftdyertiseirrnt will not W for. ;