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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 30, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 BUM ... . *t4�ia*MMMIt� of the best Land in Alberta for S1T.OO PER HCRE VERY EASY TERMS GIVEN. WILL SELL IN 160 ACRE TRACTS. 100,000 acres to select from if you buy from me. BUY THIS-2 lota on corner of Courtlaml and Ashuiead for cash ut a very low figure. Call at office for price. -^Bft Dealer in AJberta Lands and Lethbridge Properties. Room 1, Southard Block. Phone 122. The World of Sport. (Concluded from page -> SUMMARY. Knnied runs, Medicine Hot 0. L*>th-hridgo 2: homo run. Terry: three base lilt.**. Ponningtou; two-lmso hits JlumJlton. llonny. Kugnrty. llogers. Morrison; bases on bulls, off Pennington 1, ofl Worts 1. oil Schurch 1. olT Morrison 12; stolen bases, Kippurt 2, Egnn: struck out. by IV'nnington 2. )>y Worts 1. I�y Schurch 1. by Morrison 1; left on bason, Medicine lint 7. Lethbridge 7; wild pitch. Pennington. Hit by pitched hall oil Schurch 2, Hopkins, llonny. Umpire 1-:. ]t. Knowllon. 8WEKT RICVKNUK TAKKX. Lcthurhige Tokos Lust Clnmo of the First Serlos by l� to .'I. With the arrivul of O'Deu the lint-tip ol the Lethbridge teiiui was completed and the gnmo lust night showed it. Every nutn was in his place und fielded it. The shurp fielding of the loenls wus llie fonturc of the game, Maekin. Hues nnd Foster do  ing some lightning work. Kogurty pitched winning bull till the wny utter the first innings. The Minors butted ferociously forcing the '(listers to put on three pitchers. The visitors scored two in the first and looked like winners, but Fog-urty pitched a steady game uwl pre vented further scoiing until the kuv-. enth when three singles produced iv tnlly. Morrison's mou wen' eusy ( Hog inn Un ............ ;| o 0 I 2 0 | West r f.............. 3 1 1 1 O 0 [Kenny c ,........... :i o � 2 2 1 ; Fox p................. 1 (| 0 0 0 0 Pennington p. |.f... a O 2 1 0 0 na a 72111 LKTHIIRIDOE. AB.n.H.PO.A.E. Foster c.f..... ...... -I 0 3 2 0 0 Maokin 2b. ... ...... 4 O 13 4 0 Nunzie r.f..... ...... .1 0 2 2 0 0 O'JVa lb....... ...... 4 I 1 14 0 0 Klp|iert l.f. ... ...... a 2 12 0 0 Hues ah......... ..... 4 �� 2 2 3 1 Kgnn b.s....... ....... 2 2 0 13 0 Itogors c........ 2 1 0 12 0 Fogiirt.v p..... 2 1 0  0 2 O ao 0 10 27 14 1 lly innings: .Medicine Hat . .. 200000100-3 Hits .......... .. 201000HO 1-7 Lethbridge ... .. 0O034020 x-9 Hits ......... ...0 0 0 2 4 1 2 1 X-J0 Humors ,,n lhl. ,(!,(>( point to n i renewal of the hilior I roubles in the illy if care t� not exercised, 'I'lie i Herald Is informed I hut President Sheriimn nnr-fectlon until the lust ten niinuios. when the score of 2-n>i*>t time eralshlp of the Ukotoks teuni that 'aunr ho Hoiitd make an nnnooiui-  lost them the game. 'uienl ami ivinuikiii (lint if any talk was oil the siiv.-l it htt\o Kot out from the othoi' side as hv had said nothing. The ollWrs of the local union know nothing of t|u, matter and it |,ooks as If the district ollUers wero looking ufler th,� interests of the local miners without their knowledgo ,r consent. Tin- U-mieux Act provides that the Conciliation Hoard shall bo formeil only after the employers nad employ. ii>s Ipave luibsl to agree at eonfor - olios hold. As yet there lias boon no uivvtiiiK l�etwivn the company ami the miners mi that It i" not prob-  , V luhle that the Coiiciliolion Htmrd has stringent with regard to profession- ,,.,., ,wkP(| ^ ,)e . alism and "ringers." I, tho ,ml,. ,w|lllHll>r ,, ||||Mir |H (,xct.t,H,B ,,,", llw rules of the C.I..A. were followwl |11(Ii,l,1.,ly> ,,. l|M, )liBtricl o�1i-I�Ih The clubs were tlivhk'd into two idlstrlcts. Culgnry. Kdmontim and More Rumors Afloat. j The N�w Knox Church. LVUltOSSK LKACll F, FORMKP lite efforts of Henutor IX>Yulier to form a provincial lncrosse league came to a highly successful fundus -Ion on Monday and Tuesday ut Calgary. Delegates from Pxlmonton, Htruthcoua, Calgary. High 'Itiver. Medicine Hat ami Ijothhrklgo us- | |sembled, organized a League, olected oUlcers, drafted a constitution and ! arranged a schedule. I Henator IVVelw is President of ! the association und l)r. Stanley i ' High River is secretary. j The by-laws adopted aiX' ' verj Tin' plans and s|e built of brick with stone trimmings, having a frontage on lltirdett St. of (111 feet mid on |Imftfiin Street of HI feet. At .the corner will ls tlto main entrtince. Us- other entrance l:eing In n sinnller tower nt the other corner. ^ The auditorium will have a seating jciipnciiy of four hundred nnd the church will be built so that a gut -! ler.\ seining two hundred may l>e iput lu without any Interference with 'lIn- auditorium. On the sides of the 'choir and organ lofl nre the vestries �ami parlors. The basement Is 12 fefct fl Inches  clear, six feet of which is above the grade. This is veil laid out for Suu-jilny School purposes and contains u kitchen, library, store rooms, cloak rooms, lavatories, engine and boiler room as well, | .1. II. |V w|.lous an(l u ,K bridge in the Soulhorn The schwlule Vl.,.y doubtful imiwd, if the minors is ns follows: ] wuuld obey Sherman should h� or- SOl'THKRN ,,1''r t,u'm "lit. Th" rumors have l>i'oiiubty originatisl from tlu� fact llnil a ik.-sputch said that u t'ulcil-ntion lloiiiil |,ail liecn �inI�'�iI for. June 14-Medicine Hat in I.�thbr.ilge l.'i-Medicine Hat in High River 2.1-High Itiver in Unhhridge. 2tV-|||gh River in Medlcinollat 1-Lethhridgo in High River, A-Lethbridge In Medicine Hut 12-Lethbridge in High River |.Iul> July Aug ALHION' Our school is aboul completed and was o|K>ned with a l�'B �'nnce on I May 21, which was most enjoyable. 17-Medicine Rutin Lvthhrldgo Every lady wont him'" Ploasod 18-Medicine Hal lu High River >with tho Albion js'iiiile. 1-High River in lethbridge. I oeorge Wallace is Bol�S back to 2-High River in Mediclnelwt j Ontario to |,rinK out hi* mother and 1ft-Lethhridgo in High River, brother, as he thinks there is ' no 10-Lethhridgo in Medicine Hut^iad ukc Sunny Alberto. Wo hope The finals will bo played oft >o - 1'^JVi,'LUU..,t "^l*! h� tween the wjnnors of each di.vtrict on dates to be selected later. �� �  � ' Crops �r� Fine. Ex-Mayor McCarty ami 11. S. [Young of Raynvond are in tho city to-day. They say that tho crop pros jiects wore never hotter nml every -thing points to u record crop this season. MINARD'S LINIMENT LUMUEIt MAN'S PRIE.VJ). Mrs. tlet.. Walsh hg� boon luid up with rheumatism of the oye and jt is ten red she will lose the sight of her eye. She is in tho carc uf one of tho doctors of tho city. Will Northuin 1" building � n0w house which will bo a great improvement to this part. Mr. .1. J)urt and Mi�� May Dart. Mr. A bey ana j|tss Hello Walsh wore callers at I), j, navls* on Sunday. Wo oxpoet to h�v� � IM>Nt uflWa jhoro pretty soon. Mr. Uvnn bo postmaster. It will bo ft boom for [this part. A LOCAL BUDGET. For sale, cheap, o child's iron cot. nml a go-cart at the Methodist parsonage. Rev. ami Mrs. Hughson expect to leave ior the F.ast on Thursduy night .luno 0th. Work of improving tho A. R. unit I. yards is being rapidly pushed forward, a gang of fifty men lielug under tleo. Seaman's charge there. Tho Woollen Mill Co. rocolved n car loud of wool this weok from Edmonton. Tho roof of thu factory will Is* completed by thu end of tho weok. A man named Smith from Mugrath wus in tho city on Tuowluy with n very fine team of horses which ho offered to tho city for 9600 or to |tukc tho city toam and $200. After tho trial of the horses, which' was satisfactory and tho choquo for $200 was to )>� produced, tho ownod rued the bargain und took his horses huiie. H is said that the samclenin was offered the city last yonr foe |450. THE new "Quern Quaky" �rl� are unmukabty aristocratic shoe*. Yon imUndy not* an air of quality �bout them. They are the vogue with women particular a* to *yle. But uxrectiashuoMoiuV the beetling of iati�(action in "Queen Quality" Shoet. They � comfortable from the first, became they fit the loot as a ParU-made glove fiu thjB haad. We went you to we the new ttylet we are now ihowing at $3.00 mm $3.50. FRED COW & CO. V To Sub-divide About 40 acres close to tho city wanted Cor Bub-Uiviajon purposes, by purohHHer with 5,000 cash to pay down, fiive location, price and bust term�. Box 8, Herald Office. We Owe it to Our Cut Glass Display -To agaiii bring it to your notice. Sinoa w� laat spoha to you dtt this subject wa have added to our auowttig aoroa delightfully attractive kckkU, nnd we are anxious to have you aaa them. It is impossible to describe their beauty-for mere words can give you no indication of the scintillating loveliueaa of this ware. And we can honeatly aay that our today's Cut Glass display ia larger and more attractive than ever before. R, A. WRIGHT, the Jeweler E. 0. Raines spent Victoria in High River. Day V. 8. Shepanl this morning. went to Calgary ;