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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 30, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta RIDGE HERALD f wmm co., lto. w.' JOtftAN. Sept. of Jofc DcMrlmenl. What Lcthhrltlf.* might hi nav.. Is '.liitielltit n Y.M.O.A, or some such IntHltnlion the tiny. After n tli-ivo of forty -live whore young men of nil creeds eimbl .miles ho managed to cnteh the extra Knthetrln the evenings for exon iso. 'and arrived here about 4.HQ In any- ft. AUSTIN, Utter aee Maimer. amusement nml intellectual ndvan'o-meiit. As It Is now thoy luvvo no place apart from their rooms a\\(\ ,!:c streets to pass the evenings. It In true there is n Young Men's Cub In connection with Wesley Church, SUBSCRIPTION: J i,ui while it is doing � splendid wotk ttt JkdV�no�a  91.60 a year'it must be admitted it does not rp- whetv he wits held it|i for -sei'lcs- was the giime pla,\i�d with'piny*; Schurch to Fligiirly; left tin Calgary on Saturday niirht. the en-| buses, U>lhhi-iili;n 10, Mudlcliie lint ihusiiism and exeilcmenl of the local j'�. iiltehdnncu 7."0; umpire K. It. fnns were nt fever hent, nml the In- Knowlloh. displayed win* never nllowwl j In one if the most rugged pomes to lag owing to the closeness �.( the of bull plnycd  nl. tho Athletic thing but good shape to do his usual stunts In the l.nll git me last nlghi hUw C. P. R. Division. Otherwise 3.00 a year 'penI to nil the young men ns it prop erly ctptlppcd and well conducted V. MCA. w.utld. He believe the organ-ADVERTISING: i�.ntion of such an institution here Is Month - �1.00 Per Inch feasnhle. I., the first place the --; ('.I'll, wotdd fivo llnnnclal assist- T"* _Jance as it is customary for the mil  ~ ronds to encourage this institution | in plupes where they hnvn u imuuliei' of men employed. Thcnngttin j we have some eitl/.ens, who nre Inter-jested in seeing that our young men The ticrald, on several occasions. nrc, intt�|e t(, ,t home ami stir-has urged upon the Dominion tlnv- jumndftl l>y gooil influences. They crnment the grcnt need of n post of- would gradually contribute towards scope. The race stalled ivllh the first jllrniinds this senson Medlelne Mat Innings when t'lilgnry stnrted the took llio second of tho series With scoping by i-rossing the plate twice, 'the locals on Tuesday night. Knelt while the locals tied the score In ,club used two pitchers, Schnrch ofthe their half of the inning"- From first locals l>cing untied'out In the second  ill last the funs wen- kept upon it ml was replaeed hy Morrison; while their feet owing to the ureal excite- Pennington of The lint receive-;! tho meat ns neither learn was more thnn jsaino dose in tho si.xth, l�t>lng re OUR POINT IF VIEW A t'nlgnry despatch says that a new division Is to lie made on tho C.VMt. and that n general superin . teniKmt will he put In.charge with headquarters at Medicine lint. .IS. 'om, nln nM,,,,| ,, ,nv stupe of the'placed hy lVnnington. The locals Lawrence, now superintendent of the ' yn)|1, ,,,, llllls m,rhed their prai-tically 1 st the gnmo In tho first Nelson division will he the new of- j,.|ji,uix in the ninth when Die local two Innings ns The lint only cross-flelnl. A. Ilobwlrk. rotid foreman at ,l(,n|l, nm()), , garrison llnlsh and |lllv ,,,, mn|1 ,|0\vn. In the 1st with two iikmi on bases ,"nrK0'l-ethbritlge. A. Al.loii, chief train I I'erry hit tile first homo run of the despntrher will hohl a .similar posi - The score:- season mnklng three tnllles for Tho lice building nl this point. It is true that our enterprising pi st master built a very substantial block, in which tho now occupies1 very larger and more up-to-date quarters but wo think that Mr. Iliglnbotham will agree with us that the growth of the city will very aoon. If not at the present, warrant a larger and distinct building for the postal bttft-nesa of thl* city. The turnover In the postolhcc hero each year Is only c.xreedcd hy the cities of Calgary and Edmonton in this f�ovinee. These citlaa and Medicine Hat, with n this cause. The association would have to start on n small scale but it would work up Interest and Influence lion nt Medicine Hat  � � The World of Spcrl. i.KTlllHtlDtir.. Illnt. In the fcocoud four hits, n wnlk rapidly. lio you ever compnre lA>thhrldgc with other places in tho country? When you do are yon not satisfied that you live in the most up-to-date city In the west? What Ktter has Calgary or IMinonton to offer? We have gootl schools, the finest wotcr- CRICKET t.KTIIHHUHir. VS. CAMJAIIY 1 l-'ostel' c.f. ... Mackln 2.b. Kippert l.f. Xun/ie p.f. .. Hues !tl�..... 'Kognrly s.s. 1 Schnrch lb. juodgvrs c. .. An interesting game of pricket was \j(,n.jM)l, a ."> 1 1 2 t tl :t n t u 2 It I ployed at l^thbridge on May 21th. ami resulted In a win for U-thliridpe on the 1st innings by l> runs CALtlAHY. l-'irst Innings. C M.liAHV works and sewerage system in the country, a splendid electric lighting Daniel, b. Mings ......................... , Ihirlier ..................... 1 lor the accommodation of the postal [With such magnificent possessions Wc | Doughty c Nourse. b. Illngs ...... H business. Why not Lethbridge? shouhl nlwn.vs !� proud to hustle for Uruce, b. Ilarber......................... !."� jlheclty. We can take Aral place ag. | Hr>-ant It. Hings ....................... r Adams not out ......... Ilxtras .................... Total Will Assist the Farmer. and made to understand that n post- |havc a by-law pnssisl preventing lo  office is a necessity here. Mr. Sim - jcomotives from Wisturliing the peace-Hums, our energetic local member bus 'Ut\ NlumU-rs of iVs citizens by uu -brought the matter to the attention earthly whistle*;, of the Minister of the Interior nml it J � is now Up to us to get after the. j Ou iiir to the congestion of trullle J'ostiCASter Oeitprnl. 'the May consignment of spring wwi- bmw ther wus delayed but hus now ur- We still cling to the opinion that 'liveii mid is on the market, the projwr jdatv for the location of j -- our public buildings is the Public Tltnt rain nil Tuesday was worth a Wi|Uare. Many of our citizens want 'million. The wheat is glueing fast, to S4t> the square held for all time to rome os a park lint the presence of several public buildings then' would still leioe plenty of o|>en S|�nce fori - recreation purposes. Nothing w-(>ster of Agricultuiv was in the pit., I more thnn ttie pretK>nce of Us public on Tuesday and in conversation with " buiblings on a square, surrounded by i1'"' Hr.iltl said that he was here t trees, and with paths, lined by rows merely looking after the IWs'f Com J of flowers and large green spaced j mission investigation which will be l)ttli|,.l dotted with flower IshIs and tnn-s. ihehl hen- on June 12 ami III. Coin-Such a scene would be a vast im - i plaints had lieen mode by the formers' provement on the square a* it Is at |"'>d small stockholder* that o com-present. bine �\istml among ihe larper hobl- M�i !ers that was detpiiin-ittnl, to their in- terests. Tlk\V want lo know also the Now is the time to consider these ;m,s,, ,,,. ,,. (lj,r,.,.ll(,. ,,.,,.,., matters. Nothing like making ��'"d the p,i,-..s paid fanners ,,nd the prices plans for tho future. Sooner op lot !,,,,,, |,,u.,,.ri, for ,,,.,_ ,.,,. ,|omir . alii.- Minister said that the Couuniss-, ion had power to make a thorough i invest Ration and would do so. A court httisc will be undertaken by i tho provincial government and ifwe c,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,^ wh, mUKt ,llu.n(1 thl, keep pounding away a postolllce , ,HvU,KS ,,,, ,,,.,,,, ,,,.ir calit, ,,,lv building will bo granted us. Now is u jM ,K.ri.f,ll,. ,|( n,, Bri.ntl*t im-It not desirable that all thoso build-,,,, ,,,,.,. ,,m, lhl(S(. ,,l|inw,,, ,ht)uUi ings should stand Ln tho pn-sent |K, na|)|1 pul.Jlo squaiw convenient to every - I S|�..,klng of other mntU-rH in con- Ueilion with bis departns'lit. Mr.  I'inlay ivmarkod that there was a de i'liiiml that tho government tnko AIV11 II.PO.A. llussell If...... ..... 1 4 :t 2 2 o 1 n To,\lop p.f....... il tt 2 it O'Neil r.f....... ."> 1 :i o 0 " i  VDonnell lb. A 0 it S 0 . ... 1 11 tt tl 2 �l l'orrell 2b...... ... 1 o l 1 2 2 1 Shine s.s....... .... a 1 tt 2 2 0 Uuiun c.......... . . i 1 I 8 1 1 | Ilnrnstend p. .. t It l 2 1 1 :tt 8" 2.1 11 1 1 l.l'.TIIIlltllHM'. l-'irst InniiiKS Johnstone b. Joseph ..... Slnde b. Daniel ............. Whit ton b. Joseph ....... 1 lings p. Ilrynnt. b. Stvwurt b. Joseph Ikir-et b. Joseph ... Maynntil b. Joseph.................... Walsh li. Joseph ...................... 1 * Only i ne man out when winning rim was scored. SPMMAIIY. and Inlield uroumler netted The Hot Ml.lUII.PO.A.K. 'four more, while they got two more :i i 1 2 0 I t past sepond base, i) (i 0 U> In the sixth Tho Ifait was retired 2 2 () in one, two, three order, while tho 2 �i 2 (l (locals came strong In their half. 10 1 I Hogers the first moil up hit. for two I in o o bags, Morrison doing tho same scor-1 ft 1 tiling ItoguM. foster went out nt, it t) tt S ti Mackln got a life on error, Klp|H�rt ______.hit scoring Morrison, hit lo :t2 ft 0 27 Itl 2 .center lk>M Mackln scoring on throw in, Hues bit scoring Kippert, K.gnn hit. Kognrly out at first. Sovre It-i In the Tilt Tne lint got one on a two-bagger by llenny nml a single by Hopkins. The locals failing to tally � hough they had the bases full with iwo out, but, Xun/ie went out nt ftrst. Scow 10-I. In tie eighth, 'Ihe lint was blank, il while the locals got. two on Kgnns tlrst on error, Fogorly's two Img -get- and Morrison's hit. Score 10-�1. In the ninth both shies went out In the one, two, three order. The score: mi:dicim: hat. Ilopkin c.f. ... lO.uned rims, Lethbridge II, Qalgury 'Hamilton l.f. three base hits, \unzie. Hussell. T'dmnli �b. .. �!��'Ncii. bases ..n balls, off Morrlnon ]'/.urlng lb. ... �I. olT llnmstca.l s. struck out I ^'Morrison it. by llarnstcad T; left Dangerlleid :�2 1 |,,s,.s, lethbridge '.�. Calgiu.v sne- er the city will have to erect a substantial municipal building. Prod ably next year the erection of u m-v Xourse, li. .Dnngcrfs'lil . Uirkhiim not out ......... O Dollllell b. IJnilgel'tield l-'.Xtras CAI.C.MIY. Second InniiiKS. Ilillgs, b. Slmle ... Iloskin b Shuk' .................. Adams c. and b. Mings ..... Prysdolc b. Muynard ..... Vincent, b. Mings ....... Ilrynnt not out .......... Ilrtice b. Mings .............. Maeleod c. and b. Ma.Miard Joseph, not "lit ................ i:\lras ..............!........... by Perry s.s..... ,, Moglnn 2h..... West r.f....... lillee bits. Muckin. Taylor ("�nny c........ 1 'stolen bases Mm'kiii. Kogarty 2: Ibis- I I'eniiington p. sell. Chandler. I'mii I', Shine; time Wefts |>....... 1.1.-.. 2 :t t i 2 :t ti o 112 1 1 to n t> 2 12 2 I :i :i i 1 2 i) il 1 -1 2 ii 2 0 2 l� I 2 O . . , 'l^'thbriilpe :w III II 27 12 I 1 2 a I ('. 7 h J 1 ti j> not 1 o-.'. 2 o o ii 2 o o o 2-it LI'VI'IIUHIIHIK. o:t IMPIIIKS IIV\I\ l>KCIStl>\ l.(IS KS tlAMR Foster p f. Mai'kin 21.. Kippert Ih N'un/.le i- I . Hues illt..... -1 j lUiop.. the birgi-sl croud that has I'gnn s.s. ,:' attended the Lull ^uiik-s (li tin' Ath- 11 - 2 leiii (iroumls this season Metli-'' cine Mat look the lirsl of theli' I I 'I O 1 2 1 0 4 1 1 .-. o o 4 o I :i i i 2 o tl 1 1 ii !� o it 2 o n :i i ti i :t o A S�ml.|�.Jy f)n� Suit, �ilK ill lilt ^ fifing, in Tint vkwii vlolli, fuf StfS, ( Oil.... .1 t"0 .hJ m. Semi Tl. S\4mi of Sumy. II That the ' ' Semi-rcaJy" �ystem of tailoriny must ultimately prevail, just as llie manufacture of tlie (inest bouts have vanquished* the old custom-made' boot, is the universal belief of the many who have watched the splendiJ growth of ihe idea. I| The one difficulty which Semi-ready tailoring had to surmount was that of conveying in words ihe exact meaning of ihe many innovations and improvements introduced under the one name, "Semi-ready. "J This difficulty was offset by the cnlhusiasm of all who bought Semi-ready garments and told their friends about the Physique Type System, based on height and weight measurements, and meeting every variation caused by environments or physical temperament. Semi-ready Tailoring A. SOUTHARD, - Lethbridge l-'oparty l.f. Ilnpers c. ... Schnrch p Morrison p. I I I :i n il I I :i o o it n n ii o 1 2 ii o l� :;i ii m*2i; in n j Weils oiil. biiniiil third strike. " 1 2 a I :. II 7 K '.I iV'-di. Ille .. it I 0 I I o 1 tl o-III J^'lbbiidgi' ...... o o ii (i 0 l o 2 o-" il (Conibuns! on (Nipc 12.) Ikm1.v and in the heart of the busi -ness portion of the city. up syn. s bi U'thhridge on Moiida,\ " niiflil. m lulling a hotly coiilesled "xau.e on a rank ilvi'isiou of t'mpit'c " -Km.wll..n. The guns' was u fair ex-I hil.ilif ball all,the way through, "'Ihe h.-avy hitling of both tennis ls--- | Hlg a feature. Willi Ihe score H lo ^1 ujuihi them, the loculscamu to bat , in the nnull ami (hen cairn* the decision of empire Knowltou vhich iiri.Ms.d the imllgnation of the fans {ami players alike, with one out I'.pun hit and with him ou first Hues hit Friday night's game proved .lisas- ln ur,tllltl,.r ,, K,Uip, Kl(>1) wll(, ,,,,.,. trous to the locals, who seenssl to|w||l| t, r|)^( ,,,, goinj; |M,, the Total (for seven wickets) ......... BASEUALL CALUAIIY i�-i-i-rri 1 ItltlIMiK �. |bleaclK'rs. Kgun came home and Hues Schurch pitched gooil hall for A traveller remarked the other day j the aork.pucking industry as they jail the luck and they coulil not score. I on the wonderful growth of western ihad the creamery ami poultry busi -cities and In doing no expressed tho teas and with such success'. Me hepe that none of them ever suffer {thought it was hardly practicable from cliques and political Influence in j>"et but tlmt the hi>g-rninlng industry the management of civic affairs. lie j was receiving every encourag�>iiu'nt. instanced the case of an Ontario city that had practically stood still bathe past ten years owing to the lack cf unity on the part of the people and the domination in the management cf civic affairs of a clique, anxious to promote the interests of in  dividual* in preference to the ad -vVncement of the city. The west is a new country* and has tho opportunity of heneRttinf from the mistakes of The coming of Prof. Campbell of Kansas, the dry funning eX|H.'rt. will '*> a treat It-nct'it to the farnwrs of Southern Alberta as he will address meetings and grant interviews on the subject of dry ami irrigated farming. The stuck schools were a great help lo young farmer* in tho choice and purchnse of stock. The department hus secured Arch. Mc- older countries and in no one more iNeliedge of (ilasgow, Scot land, the than in the matter of civic govern - 'famous autlu.rity on Clydesdale hoi ntent and civic advancement- Not on-; to Msit the All*>rta fairs this ly docs the scheming of climics ami '/summer, lie v ill conduct an eduiut politicians enter municipal, life but jhinnl campaign along his line, local organizations of u\\ kinds, also, j When quest limed concerning Thes� are used to udvunco selfish interests to the Jeopardy of the pur -poses originally Intended. play in -the ha piles t kind uf luck all tlie way through, having men on . . . ... ,7 jScniniH'ivd in at tin easy pace, while bases several times with only one ,, ,,, llMnUjni. s(,,! Ulri>w ,ho out, but it_ seemed that Calgary had ,f ,h; MeaeUt.n l(( lh ,,. .*. 0 4 15 ii n ; ."> (i 2 2 II (l I 4 0 0 o 2 ll I 1 (l (l I ii ') U I 1 Sl'MMAUY. Karned runs, Calgary a, li'tbbrWIge t; two base hits, llnrrett, O'Uimnell, Poster, lluos; three base hits, O'Don-nell; bases on balls, oft Schurch ii; off Shine H; hit by pitched lialll Tny-riiu ,)r: S'fi1400"18. Harrett, I, Shine -I, ofllrlnlN will in.tke extra prepurnlioiis j Schurch 8; sncriflco hits, Mnckin, for Mm large croud ( uit will coiuo ''V'"'', Driscoll; |uf| on biises, Cal to hear llev. Mr. well sermons. ItiiirliKom'K fare- O'DKA ARItlVKS AT LAST. Artie O'Ik'n. the hero of a hundred fenmes and the idol of thousands of basobnll fans arrived in the city last tnlght after u strenuous trip. Thero l.eing an A.ft. & J. yxtra going to Sweet Crass, the mnimgemeirt tele -traplu-d him to drive from Shelby gary 0, Lothhrtdge �; time attendance 700. lly innings:- i 2 a 4 a (i 7 8 � Calgary ......... I nai tonii 3-0 Lethbridge ........ 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0-H Ilnitiirles-flarrelt, Shine ami Driscoll; Schurch nml lingers. LKTIIIUtl!)(?�: 0-OAl.OAHY a. What proved to be tho most Mopkiu c.f. ... Hamilton r.f. 'JV'ttnun .'lb. .. '/urlug 11...... IVny s.s..... Iloghin 2b. ... West l.f...... llenny c....... Werts p....... Fueschsel r.f. AH-IMI-I'o-A-K- r. o a o it ti a i n h ii o � a i i a a o a o i �a i o 2 10 1 t i 4 o o a a (i 4 a a a o o a j o � a j t a a o i o 2 o i 0 a i MO H 10 27 1 1 a lly innings:- Medicine Mat ..... 0 a 0 2 0 I 0 0 2-K Ijclhbridgo ........ 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 1 1-7 J Hatterios-Werts nml llenny; Kotf-orty and itodgers. SI'MMAHV. IJ.'irnud runs, Ijelhbridge 8, Mivli -cino Mat M; three base hits, Fogarly j/.urlug. Worts; two base hits, Nun/.ie. Ft-'gnrty, Jlopkin; liases on hulls, oil Kognrty I, o|T Werts a; struck out teroallng ball game of tho ftrst two �|>y Fogarty 4, by \Ver�.s 5; doubu. We are now unloading seven cars of Implements, Buggies, Carriages and three kinds of Wagons. We will be pleased to have you see our rigs and advise you to do so before purchasing anything in the above line. We handle the very best lines, guarantee quality and price. Do you want a cream separator? If so, buy a Sharpies, for simplicity in operating, ease of turning and close skimming, it stands unequalled. Call and leave your orders for a mower, rake, binder, plow, seed drill, disc or harrow, gasoline Engines and threshing machines several kinds. Don't fail to see our $25 road cart. You will buy. LethDridge implement Co. OPPOSITE THK ELEVATOR ;