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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 30, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta B HERALD CO.. LTD. Wlmt Lelhhritkt; oiigliV U� ilnv- ;s ijiiiictiui wheri'^ lie xvhs holit lur Uol-i,,.^ (vns the gjiiiii' With |>in.vs; Scliuitli to Fiigiiily; UsI't on a Y.M.C.A. or some such institution ^ the ttny. A/tor n drive of forty-live where young men of all crwcds i'?u>.l miles ho nuinugctl to cnteli the exlni Snthed-iii the evenings for cxerris��, 'ami arrivert here nlwut 4.J)0 in nny- \ AUSTIN, eiltor �ai Maufer. SOBSCRIPTION: EnAdvanoa ' 91.50 a year k^i^^Otharwlaa - 93.00 a year tVi^--'-�- AOVERTISINQ. . i�ar Uonth - l.OO Per Inch OUR POINT IF VIEW The Herald, on Bcvcral occa.sion.s, has urged ufton the Dominion Gov-cmment the great need of a post office building at this porint. It is true that our enterprising postmaster built a very substantial block, in which the poitofllce now occupies .larger and more up-to-date quarters but w� think that Mr. Higinbotham will agree with us that the growth of tlK cHy will very boor, if not at the present, warrant a larger and diatinct building (or the postal baai-tiesa of thia city. The turnover in the postofficc here each year is only e.xceeded by the cities of Calgary and Edmonton in this {Movinoc. These citiaa and Medicine Hat, with a �mailer revenue than ours have build-ingSi or are about to have buildings, lor the accommodation of the postnI business. Why not Lotbbridge? The only way to inipi-css. the government, with, our needs is to vontin-ually keep them btforc it. The postmaster general, on his western trip Should be urged to visit this city and made to understand that a post-wlflce is a necetsity here. Mr. Sim -mons, our energetic local mcniibcr has brought the matter to the attention of the Minister of the Interior and it is now lip to us to get after the Postmaster General. nmuseniont and intellectual advnn c -niciit. A.s it is now thoy have no place apart fconii their rooms and ,.l-.e streets to pn.ss Ihe evenings. It Is inie there is n Voimg .Men's V.ub in eoniiocliori with We.sley Church, liut while il. is doing a splemlid wolk it must t>e iiilmittetl It does not rp-|ienl tu all the .young nion as n properly ce to do his usual s'tunts in the hall gnme last n'jgiit N*w C. P. R. Division. Calgary on Snturdny night, the en-| Imths, t^thbridge ,10. Atud the phue three tim��s in the rest A Calgary despatch sn.vs that n new division is to l)c mafelsrldge. A. Al.laii, chief tr4iin | despatcher will hohi a similar po.si - Tlit lion at Medicine Hat. r The Worid of Spcrt. CBICKEr LKlHimilHSK vs. CALOAHY. score:- * i.rrniHniiMJK. An.iifiij'O.A.i;, We still cling to tho opinion that .the projier place for the location of our public buildings is the Public fjquare. Many of our citizens want to see the square held for all time to coinc as a park Init the presence of several public buildings there would .still leave, plenty of open .s[>ace for recreation purposes. Nothing wc.uld enhance the appearance of our city more than tlie presence of its public buiUiings on a square, surrounded by irees, and tvith paths, lined by rows of flowers and large green spaced dotted with flower beds and trees.' Such a scene would be a vast in� -provement on the square as it is at preseni. Do you ever compare Lt^hbridge with other places in the country? When you proud to hiwtio for Ihc'City. We can take fii-st place- against nil comers. Tliat is truth, not fiction. Foster c.f. ... Mackin 2.b. K'ippert i.f. Nunzio r.f. .. Hues 3b. ... , Pognrty s.s. Schurch lb. .'fodgiers c. .. An inteitjsting gnmt? of cricket was | played at l4>thbridge on Mn.v SJ-lth, ' nnd resulted in a win for lA'thbridge on the 1st innings by 9 runs. CALOAllY. n M Hoskin b. Hings ...... !5 Vincent b. Unrber ........ ............. IH Drysdale b, Uarl>er ..................... 4 1 2 1 2 0 O 2 2 2 O X 0 0 1 III n 1 Tt 0 0 0 in the 1st with two injn an Uixhoh Perry hit the first homo run of the serist past second base. In tho sixth The Ifot wns rctii-ed O o in one, two. three order, while tho 2 Ojlocals caino strong in their half: 4 I |Hogors the first man up hit for two 0 o.bngs, Morri.s(m doiitg tho same scor- 1 0 ing Hogwrjl, Foster went out at flrsti r, 0 Maikiii got a life on error, Kippiut --.hit scoring Morrison. Niinzie hit to �12 CAl.O.VHY Uussell I.f. ... Tayior c.f. ... O'Xcil r.f. ... O'Donnell lb. . ^ , ... t, I ^'handler ;i!>. , Doughty c. Nourso, b, Hings ...... Farrell 2b. (1 9 27 1 2 center fioKl Mackin scoring oh throwj-in. Dues hit scoring Kippcrt, Kgan hit. Fog-arty out at first. Scvre 9-4 AR.n.lI.PO.A.lC ^" "^^^ ^"'^ sot one on a  two-bagger by llcnny and a single by I Hopkins. Tho locals failing to tally Calgary should have Aid. Oliver in its Council Board. He would soon have a by-law passed prevewting lo -comotives from disturbing tho peaceful, sluukliers of its citizens by un -earthly whistles. Owing to the congestion of trallic the May consig-ninent of spring wea-I'ther Was delayetl but has now. arrived nnd is on the iiwrket. Bruce, b. Barber ......................... 15 Bryant b. Hings ......................> O MacU'od b. Barber ...................... 1 .loseph c. Stewart, b. Barlwr .....1 O Dangcrfield, b. Harlier Adams not out ......... , Hxtras ........... ......... Total ijorHumiK^K. That rain on Tuesday was worth a million. The wheat is growing fast. Will Assitt tike Farmer. Now is the time to consider these matters. Nothing like making good plans lor the future. Sooner or later the city will have.to erect a sub-t^tantial municipal building. Prob -ably next year the erection of a nev court hcuse will be undertaken by tho provincial government and if'we keep pounding away a postoflico building will be granted us. Now is it not desirable that all those buildings should stand cn the present public square convenient to every -Jiody and in the heart of the busi -ness portion of the city. A traveller remarked the other day on the wonderful growth of western cities and in doing so expressed the hcipe that none of them ever suffer from cliques and political influence in the management of civic affairs. He instanced the case of an Ontario city that had practically stood still for the past ten years owing to the lack cf unity on the part of the people and the doiainittipa in the manage-iiMitt cl ciVic oflkiri of a clique, anxious to prontote the interests of in -dividuais in preference to the ad -^uuemeat'of'tha city. The west is a new country and has the opportunity of benelitting from the mistakes of older countries and in no one more than in the matter of civic govern -ment and civic advancement. Not only does the scheming of cliques and politicians enter municipal, life but Ivcal organixatio||8 of all kinds, also. These are used tO advoncc selfish in-ttreata to ttaa jeopardy uf the pur -poses originally iatended. To Lathbridii-eitiiMis we would �ay, "Keep Tofettber." Join hands aitd'-lMoM tha city: You can't do too ounll^ot it a*: I�t}>bridge I is uncqualU d at a great cantre of industrial kad-conuiMrcial importance. Soua'l its'pMJtai every ^ day to the Strang -i-rs.: Vou mast. Acclaim its greatness In, cVary letter you write. It pays lo ttooitwbtn you have a goodsubst.ii tial thing to bbost. In the first C.P.R. crop report all that appeared opposite Lethbridge was the one word "favorite." Certainly the cr^ps look favoiabio but surely the man who sends out those reports from this city could have /given the outside world some idea of the num|bnr of acres that had l>ocn :H�od�d.' Mr, OMp Iteporter give as 'puch infonnatiiDa: as^ you powibly can: Iloa;t ila hvil tali ike truttead )tou will ba iiloinc justlea to the i�p- irdiy advaaeiBC agrloulturai interasts M tbis'dittrlct. Hon. W.T. P'inln,v, Provincial Minister of Agriculture wns in the city on Tuesday nnd in conversation with the Hcrakl said that he wns here moroly looking after the Beef Coni-mi.s.sion investigtition which will be held,here on .luno 12 and 13. Com-plaiats had been made b.vthe farmers and small stockhohlers that a coin-bine existed among the larger hohl-ci's that was detrimcntnl, to their interests. TitL'y want to know al.so the reason foif the dilVoi-ence �>etween the prices paid farmers ami the prices paid butchers for beef. The Honorable Minister said that the Conuiviss-ion had power to make a thoroug*j iiivcs'tigation nnd would -do .so. A great deal, however, i-ests with the con>,plninnnls who must nttenil the meetings nnd present their case fully H is therel'oic nf the greatest im-pcrtanio that those interested should bo on hand. Sfieaking of other matters in connection with his de(mrtmont, Mr. Finlny remarked that there was a demand that the government take up tho aork. packing industry as they had the creamery and poultr,v busi -ness and with such success. He thought it was hardly practicable yet but ithat the hog-raising industry was receiving every encourapBinent. The coming of Prof. Campbell of Kansas, the dry farming e.\pert, will bo a groat benefit to 'the farn^rs of .Southern Alberta as he will address meetings and grant interviews on the subject of dr.v ami irrigated farming. Tho stock judg.ng schools were u great help to young fanners iu tho choice nnd purchase of stock. Tho department has secured Arch. Mc-Neilodgo of Glasgow. Scotland, tho famous nuthtrity on Clydosdalo horses to visit tho Alberta .fairs this �summer. Ho vlll cojidiict an oducal ional campaign along his line. When questioned concerning the Agricultural College, the Minister said that nothing had l)ecn done. First Innings. .lohnstonc b. Joseph .................. SIndo b. Daniel........................ Whitton b. Joseph ............... Hings c.' Bryant, b. l>angerfiei^, struck outi by Perry s.s. ... Morri.son �, liy llm-iistead 7; left on Poglan 3b. .. bases, liothbridge 9, f^nlgnry 5; sac-|West r.f...... rificc hits, .Mackin, Fogart.y Taylor Itenny c....... stolen buse.s Mackin, Pognrty 2; Kus- Ponuington p. sell.. Chandler, Farni!, Shine; lime , lVert.s |>, 1.45. Mi!:ni("ixii: hat. AD.K.II.PO.A.E. ..... 4 2 2 3 1 1 Total CALCAIIV. Second Innings. Daniel c. Hings, b. SInde .... Ho.skin h. Slada ................... Adams c. and b. Hings ....... Dry-sdale b. Ma.vnnrd .......... Vincent, b.. Hings .......... Bryant not out............... ftrtice Ii. Hings ................... Macleod c. nnd b. Mnynard Joseph, not out.................. E.xtras ...............1............ Total (for siBven wickets) .... 21 13 tl J I o i) 4 lly innings:- Calgary ... .... Lethbridge ... 1 2 3 4 5 0 7 8 9 2 I OjT) 0 0 1 10-r, 2 O O 0 2 0 0 O 2-(i 4 5 4 4 4 4 4 3 2 0 O 2 3 0 112 1 10 a, 1 3 2 4 O 0 0 I 0 o 2 2 3 1 0 O 2 (�: 2 0- 1 0 38 10 11 27 12 I LETHBHIDGE. AB.U.H.PO A.E. A S*ral-M.Jy OitM Suit, wilk .11 nik ^ UcinI, in tint vicuna clolll. fur |�9. , Oii.?i> ,1 ISO ,,i %a. . Tbc Si�Mi of Suiity.  That tlie " Semi-ready" system oi tailoring must ultimately prevail, iut tlie manufacture of the finest hoota have vanquisheJ the old custom-niaJe'boot, is the universal belief o{ the maiiy who have watched the splendid growth ol the idea. one difficulty which Semi-ready tailoring had to surmount was that of conveying in words the exact meaning oi the many mnovations and improvemenits ^ introduced under the one name, " Semi-rejidy. ^ This difficulty was oflset by the enthusiasm o{ all who bought Semi-ready garments and told their iriends about the Pliysiqtie Type System, based on height and weight measurements, and meetiiig every variation cauled^ environments or physical temperament. S emi-teady Tailoriiig A. SOUTHARD, - Lethbridie 1;^ 3^1 1 MI'lUE'S BANK DECISION ES GAME. A iS- 75 ' Since the Provincial Qovernnusnt , liM appointed a provincial bacter-iplofist it is up to ths VMsrs. nnd 'Vissss Bacteria to Jump our co-ini v, Farewell Sctvicee. Xext Hundny will furnish the last opportunity tho people of this city will have to hoar Dev. .1. E. Hugh-son, the populni- p.istnr of Wosloy (Jliurch, who leaves next week for his new charge in Ingersoll, Ont. In the morning Mr. Hughson will lead the cla.ss nt 1-ing a feature. With the scon* 8 to (i against them the localscamu to bat in the ninth ami then cante tho decision of Umpire Knowlton which aroused the indignation of the fans ami players aliki'. with oncout Egan hit atid "ith him on fir-s-t Biios hit a grouiwler to short stop who throw wild to (ir.st, the ball going into tho blcaclK'is, Egon camo home and Buos .scaniperetl iii nt ati easy pace, while in the jiia,ntinu; someone threw the bailout of the bleaclters to the Hat jjlayer who threw home and' caught Bues coming in and tho'umpire call cd him out, wlvila in reality the ball [was a block Iwll. The locnis lodged 'a protest but flnull.v. played tl�c innings oiit. This makes twti, rank decisions LETHnillDGE. 'thne Linpire Knowltoit, has, handoil AB.U.H.PO.A.E. ""'^ 'ocals, ih each . instance of which, thoy cost tlio locals tlie game. Perry The Hat short stop was put Foster c.f. ,. Mackin 2b. . Kippert lb. Nunzie r.f. .. Hues .3b...... Egan s.s. ... 4 2 4 5 4 3 0 0 4 O 0 0 Fognriy I.f. liogeiK c, 0 o ^ �^'"^""'*''' 1'-y (J 'Morrison p. 3 O I 4 1 (I 4 1 1 3 U 0 I I 3 0 (� u H n 0 o 1 2 t� 0 0 BASEBALL CALGAllY 9-LETHBRIDGE 3. Friday night's game proved disastrous to the locals, who secmofl � to play in the hanlcst kinil of luck all the way through, having men on basus several times with only one out, but it seemed that Calgary had all the luck and they could not score. Schurch pitched good ball for - the j locals, while tl�e visitors used Bar -rett and Shine who were 'batted freely but tho hits were scattorod. while Calgar.v hit ot opportune times. Thee score: 31 (> . .1 4 3 4 3 4 4 3 3 a O O U 1 12 1 yl 3 0 2 1 4 ,1 0 0 0 0 7 4 O 3 1 35' 3 10 27 14 3 CALO.VRV. RusNell It. Tayior c.f......... O'Noil r. f.......... O'Duniietl lb. ... Chandler 3b...... Fan-Dll 2b. ... ...  Shine s.s. & p. .. DriscoU c........ Barrett p. & s.s.. AB.n.lI.PO.A.B. 8 2 1 2 0 0 3 1 O 2 0 O 5 8 1 0 0 0 3 0' 4 13 O 0 5 0 2 2 �l O 4 0 0 0 2 0 4 1 O 0 I O 3 0 1 n 2 1 '4 2 2 0 4 0 ing |>ut on in hi.s place. The score, LEiunniDGE. Great Opportunities 30 9 11 27 15 SCMMARV, O'DEA ARItrVES AT LAST. Artie O'Don, the hero of a hundred #nmes and the idol of thousands of bnsolmll fans arrived in the city last infght after n strenuous trip. Ttiero being �n,A.R. & I.^.vtra going to ^woct Grass, tho ninnng�>niient tele-traphed hint to drive from Shelby F.arnetl runs. Calgnry.3, Ix'thbrWgc 1; two base hits, nn.rrett, O'Donnell, Foster. Hues; three base hits, O'Donnell; bases on balls, off Schurch 3; nfY Shine 3; hit by pitched balll Tay-Tho '"'' st''"'�-''"ts, Barrett, 1, Shino 4, 'Schurch 8; sacrifice hits, Mackin, Taylor, Driscoll; left on bases, Calgary 6, I^thbridgo 9; time 1.30; attendance 700. By innings:- 1 23 4 .".firs 9 ... 1 08 1 1 00O3-9 ,.. 10O0 00O2 0-3 llattorios-Barrott, Shino _nn�t Uris-coll; Schurch and Rogors, AB.R.H.PO.A.E. Foster c.f...... .5 0 2 ii 0 0 Mackin 2b........... 5 0 10 5 0 Kippert I.f........... 3 Oc 1 2 0 1 ,Xunzie r.f........... 5 O 3 1 0 1 Egan s.s............ 5 2 2 10 1 Buos 3b............. 5 10 01 1 Schurch lb. ......... 3 1 1 14 1 0 � Uodgcfs c. ........... 2 1 0 5 O 0 Fognrty p........... 5 2 2 17 0 10 7 12 27 14 4 MEDICINE HAT. AB-U-HPO A-E- Ho|ikin. c.f. ... ....... 5 0 3 0 0 0 Hamilton r.f....... 5 1 0 8 O O Totmnn :h>........... 5 1 1 3 2 0 ZOrlag lb, ..... 5 0 1 '5 1 0 I'erry s.s! ...... ....... 2 10 11 1 Hoglan 2b. \......... 4 O 0 2 :i 0 Went I.f. .,........... 4 2 2 ,2 0 0 Uonny c............ 3 1 0 6 3 1 Wcrts p....... .. .... 4 2 2 0 1 0 Ftioschsel r,f. ,.. 2 0 10 3 1 39 8 10 27 14 3 Calgary ... Lethbridge LETHBRIDOE 0-CAIX3ARV 5, What proved to bo the most interesting' ball gaino of the first two B.v innings:- Mots and Benny; Fog-ttiiy nnd Rodgors. SUMMARV. K-,rnod runs, I,iCthbr,'