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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Letbbridge Daily Herald, Friday, May 27, Page The Basis for Permanent Growth and Prosperity at is tlic immouse natural wealth of this new inland 'empire, Central British Co lumbia. In the great valleys tributarj lo Port George there are acres of superb agricultural land. 1 produces luxuriant'crops without irri gallon, and the fruits and vegetables of'the temperate are readily and successfully grown throughout. The extent of the mineral weak] that awaits development in this im mense region vaguely hiaf od at. To :ihe northwes are the t'iniay and See Sports On Regular Sport Page Section 2. THTIlNERS LOST GAME SWEET Manning and Barnstedt Pitched Excellent Ball Calgary, May a close game tonight Calgary won from Lethbridge by 1 to 0. Chesty Cox protested the iyime in the ninth on the grounds that regarded as.tho rjdio'jt metaiifenmr, i Calgary had ten men on the bench, district of the N VV'irid, it is not that" trie'protest as yet because'.tf. of transport tion. To the northwest arc the excellent and inexhaustible coal deposits in the Valley Peace. To the south and east are the gold fields of. thd Cariboo, which drew thousands of miners and poured forth a golden stream in the 65. Placer mining has had its day, but, hand to hand with transpor- tation, comes the permanent mining industry to develop steadily- increasing wealth, the surface had been scratched before. Copper, gold, silver, lead and coal, in quantity beyond reckoning, lie tribu tary to Fort George, in ail waiting.the magic touch of transporta- tion to provide employment for tens of thousands, and to make the inland em- pire throb with "industry. Fort George, at the Centre of'British Columbia, is the centre of the province .which contains the greatest area and greatest quantity of standing timber in the "world. The lumber industry is be- ing developed apace at Fort George, which will find a market for its va'st product on the prairie, and become the largest inland lumber centre in Canada Development of these great resourc- es is proceeding logically. Settlers are thronging in and the rich lands are being subdued in advance of the rail- '-way's advent. Here is a specimen dis- patch, taken from the Victoria Colon- ist of May 6, showing the kind of de- velopment that is in progress: pitched excel- lent ball and worked hard to win.the fame for the Miners. Manning won his game in great shape, holding the, visitors down to. Uu'.oe' Mts and shut- ting them out without a score, lowing is the detailed score: A3 Paddock, ss 4 Carney; rf 4 Clynes, If Smith, 4 Kellackey, Ib Flanagan, cf 2 Connors, 2b 1 Stanley, c 2- .Manning, n CIGARETTES More sold than fell other brands combined i BASEBALL SCORES j EASTERN M Baltimore 3 Jersey City 1 At San Francisco, May John- on switched the usual course of today and instead of doing his cad vvbrlc in the morning, was in nisi clothes in the afternoon when' ie did something iike four miles. The change, It was explained at the carnp, was due to some personal business Johnson had to attend to which pre- vented the usual forenoon exercising on 'the road. Tom Flanagan, a well known ham- mer thrower, who hails from Toronto, Canada., arrived today and took up quarters at the Johnson camp. Flana- gan met Johnson while he was in Canada touring that country. He will not do any boxing, but as the cham- pion believes in plenty of rough work, it is likely that Flanagan will .wrestle on the mat with.-the champion. An- other arrival was Frank Sutton. A story preceded Sutton that he was coming to San Francisco to assume charge of the culinary department of Johnson's camp, but Sutton denied any such Intention. Sutton is a heavy bettor on Johnson and it Is said that he probably will'act as Johnson's, bet- ting commissioner. "The present odds of 10 to 7 looks good'to said Sutton. "i look to see the betting even before it goes very far, but even that price will suit us." AB Maekin, 2o 4 Head, 3b i5 COX, 4 Chick, ss Lynch, c 'A Dudley, cf O'Hayer, ib 3 Grayson, rf ,3 Bamstead, p 2 0 02 5 'LI 15 H 0 A 0 Providence................ 4 Oj'Newark 1 At 4 Montreal 4 0: 1 At Buffalo 1 Rochester 4 ASSOCIATION At Columbus 2. Indianapolis 1 Second Columbus 4 14 5 '.'3 After; fifteen exciting .innings, Nev York defeated Cleveland. Link ble? up in the'ninth, two hits and thre are evpected to purchase for colonization ing in one ol. the fastest games wit- Second St. Paul Kansas' City 5 At'Toledo- Toledo G Louisville............----'. 0 At Minneapolis............... 1 10-4 SHOES and HOSIERY Are our only lines, and we can show you values in QUEEN QUALITY "noiseless, flexible soled" and REGAL "The Shoe that proves" which beats anything offered today In hosiery we carry all sizes for men, women and children in Lisles, Cot- ton and Cashmere at right prices. Look for the sign of the BOOT and see what we offer before buying REPAIR DEPARTMENT IN CONNECTION W. J. Nelson Co. '11 0 "Batted for Barnstead in ninth. By Calgary Lethbridge Summary: Sacrifice hits, Head, Con- nors, Stanley: Stolen bases; Carney, Clynes 2, Flanagan 2; bases oh. balls, oil Manning 2, off Barnstead 2; left on bases, Calgary G, Lethbridge 3; struck out, by Manning 7, by Barn- Milwaukee................ 0 42 1 HI r poses. nessed on the local diamond this sea- The parties will travel from Ash- ami game was won and lost pecial I by. teams bs'ore darkness closed B. .7. Heath, of the ninth session. Gilchrist, the Moose Minneapolis; Angus McGuigan, of St. jaw twirler, pitched gilt edge ball, Thomas, Ontario; N. T.. but the locals got to him in the ninth Sound Navigation company, and others Brandon 7 2 from as far distant as Pittsb.urg, Pa. jaw___. 11 The lands to be_coloni7.ed_in the Ne- fl Gilchrist chaco valley lie in the vicinity of the projected line of the Grand Trunk Pa- Mclntosh. Umpire Wheeler, clfic railroad and extend from the vi- WINNIPEG WON It is the intention of the colonization 1 At company to commence operations on three demonstration farms this year in order to be able to show prospective Regma............... uuu.iwu.uuv farmers what the valley w.ill be able to Mi.ier and Walters, Lech do by the time the metals of the G. j ter T. P. have been laid through it. Mr. Lewthwaite said he had been in the Nechaco valley for the greater, HAT WON part of the last three and a half years _ and was satisfied that it offered great Edmonton- advantages, more particularly as a Edmonton -mixed farming and dairying Hat 4 NATIONAL At incinnati...............-.. 7 t. Louis..............----.. 0' At 0 11 1C 14 11 (5 At -'ittsbiirg.................. 1 4 AMERICAN At New York................. 4 Chicago................... o At Boston.................... 7 Cleveland................. i! At Philadelphia-- Philadelphia St. Louis................ Washington- Washington........'........1 U Detroit................___ 5 12 NORTHWESTERN At Vancouver................ 16 Seattle................... 1 65 At Tacoma, no game, rain. AH kinds of grain will grow and small fruits. timothy hay will be raised in the Nechaco valley the whole of the northwest. The set- tlers now in the district will find a good market for their feed, vegetables and provisions at the railroad camps as 'he line is carried through the valley. Fort George centres the railways and the waterways of this vast empire largest and richest, province of Canada. Fort George is not. the beginning cf a is the beginning of a city. It is the foundation of a place that will quickly become a metropolis. It is your opportunity to share in the profit of the development of the "Last Great MctropoJis of North Am erica." We are joint owners and genera sales agents for Fort George Townsite Let us send you maps, plans and official data. You act qnickb or yon will be too late. Grady n Davidson. Resources Security Co. Spc-r.cer: Smitlison and Don't Get Excited! Keep Cool! A SUMMER SUIT WILL HELP Having the cloth ins; is an extremely important factor in n man's o o o c sucli days as we have been having this week. Doubtless there is a great deal' more weather of the same kind ahead of us. One must have clothing that is cool and light-weight, yet always presentable. We have that kind of clothing and the most interesting part of the story is we have it for much less than usual cost. MEN'S SPRING SUITS In all the newest patterns in fancy worsteds also plain. Correctly cut high salaried cutters; expert tailoring by craftsmen that t know how. .00, Fit-Reform Spring; or three button styles. Hand tailored. Prices and MEN'S TROUSERS Men's Odd to WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE STANDING Medicine Hat U 6 Winnipeg................ 10 6 Calgary 10 7 Regina 7 7 Edmonton 8 9 Brandon S 10 .-I'M Moose Jaw 6 S .'123 Lethbridge............ 5 12 .234 The executive of the Lacrosse Club have at last hit upon a name for this year's club. It will be called the 'National Lacrosse Club of Lethbridge. JThc following players arc requester i to be on hand as often as possible for. practice which will be held every week-day night: F. Gow, W. Gow, H. Won Lost Pet. Skeith. A. Riploy, M. Bailey, S. Mc- <6.17 Neil, 1. McNeil, M. McGroavy, L. J. Helmcr, .1. Johnston, D. Bruce, W. Sin-'; clair, J. Dixon. J. Walworth, C. Me-' Gnirc, M. Putman, Myers, A. Me-' Corvie. D. Robins, J. Callahan, D. D, McNab. P. McCallum. J. McKay. A. Scoa, Hogan, 13. McKay, .1. Harris. R. Here's Values In Men's Underwear .588 .500 .471 io-o-an Underwear 45c C.J Men's Silkctte Underwear Lift'ht, Wool Underwear 75c up Men's Wolsey Liglii Wool Underwear Combination Suits lo A .thlotic Underwear 75c- McGillisj C. Devine. M ens STANDING OF THE SOUTH ALBERTA BASEBALL LEAGUE. [STIRLING ORGANIZES A BASEBALL CLUB W. L. P.C Macleod Claresholm Grannm........ .___o..... ooo ENGLISH CRICKET RESULTS Limited. 401-402-403 Winch Sldg. Vancouver. B. C. AGENTS: 1LLINOIS-ALBERTA REALTY CO., Johnson Elk., Box 80, Lethbridge. May- following are results of in the County championship, finished yesterday: M. C. C.. 11 I'ior man. rdoliimlidodardl M. C. C. beat Leicestershire by; 186 runs: score. M. C. C.. Ill) and. 279; Leicestershire, 25 and 1S7. Warwickshire by 47 runs; score, Warwickshire, 517 for 3, Stirling, May town baseball fans organized a club here last night. They have been practising for some time but the organization took place last night. ,Mr. II. Ostlund was unam- imously chosen as President and Man ;igor, Mr. P. H. Sheffield as Captain, and L. ftrandley Secretary-Treasurer. A Crtnvas for ftiuus already been made successfully. Men's 4-ply linen collars .2 for 25r 21-4 inch four-in-hand ties. run from.............'. .12 l-2c to Zoo All wool cashmere sox.........5 pairs urnishings Bhlck Sox..............12 i-2c up Men's fancy cottons, lislcs. etc. 25c 35c to 50c XegTigcc slurts.............. 75c to (.raunilct gloves .........fiOc, 75c to Overalls ..___............. .'.oOc to Men's working shirts. Special line at OOc, 75c to T. M. BRYDEN, Box Macleod, AHa. 'leclared aJirt ViO; Sussex. 251 and 42i CORRECTION Tn the report of the Victoria uay sports at Diamond City :n Wednes- day's Herald, the first baseball game was stated to have been won by Leth- bridge by a score of 14 to 4. If should have read as being won by Diamond City. The correct score was H 2. STRAW HATS FOR MEN Every desirable'kind of straw luil is horc Mon's boater, prices............ to Panamas to Crush Hats...................OOc and 75c MEN'S OUTFITTERS REDPATH STREET ;