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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 30, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta ftilllilfifi of the best Land in Alberta for SIT.OO PER VERY EASY TERMS GIVEN. WILL SELL. IN 100,000 acres to select from if you buy from inc. BUY THIS-2 lota on oomer of Goortland anil Ashmead for caah at a very low figure. Gall at office for price. Dealer in Alberta Lands ahfd Lethbridge Properties. Room 1, Southard Block. Phone 122. The World of Sport  ' (Concluded, from page 2) StUIMARY. , Earned runs,,Medicine.Hat 5, toth-bridge 2; home run. Perry; three hasG hits, Fenningtoa; two-base hits HaiiUlton, Bfenny, Fogarty, Ilogers, Morrison: bases on balls, off Pennington:!, oft Werts 1, olT Schurch 1, ofT Morrison 2; stolen bases, Kippert 2, ISgan; struck out, by Pennington 2, by Werts 1, by Schurch 1. by Morrison 1; left on bases. Medicine Hat 7, Lethbridge 7; wild pitch, Pennington. Ilit by pitched ball ofj >Schurch 2, Hopkins, Benny. Umpire E. M. Knowlton. /kirlag lb. . Perry s.s. p Uoglan an .. West r.f. ... Benny c. ^, Fox p. ...... Pennington p. u.;. 1 13 0 0 aa 3 7 24 11 3 I^THBBIDOE. AB.R.H.PO.A.E. SWEET REVENGE TAKEN. Lethbridge Takes Last Game of the \ First Series by 9 to 3. With the arrival of O'Dea the lineup ol the Lethbridge team was completed and the game last night showed it. Every man was in his place and fielded it. The sharp nclding of the locals wan 'the feature of the game, - Mack'in. Bucs and Foster doing some lightning work. Fogarty pitched winning ball all the way after the first innings. The Miners Imtted ferociously forcing the 'Gas-^ tens to put oil three pitchers. The visitors scored two in the first and looked like winnDr.s, but Fogarty pitched a steady game ami prevented further scoring until the sav-, cnth when three singles produced a ; tally. Morrison's men wore easy for the first three inniags as the tnly way they could reach first was by the free route. Fox lieing very generous. But in the fourth the fun started, ' Kipjiert, Rogers and Fogarty, drew � compilmentariesi Foster's single scor-, i'd two and Mackin's two-bagger another. Nunzie tried hard to bring ; in the other two but the right flold-K^er nipped his aspirations. lYinee singles in a row^ a life, two outs and another single, in the flfth ' away up, net/tlng i four nin� end: putting the 'Hat's sec- , ' ' Tbe aeventb lew "two more chalked . up cn OiMs' double, a free one, and /f'oater'a.vciiinfle.'l'he crowd cried quH�i ao no: more scoring was doae. Now that the local bunch is conk -- '>YPlt. he approved. The feature of the game was the "sti'llar" like rushes of the Maple licat wing mon, who, with their siieed and comhinatlcin play and . a little niore accuracy 'in shooting are an aggregMtlon to be reekoned with on any field. The toanw lined upas follows: Mac|eod:-half JMcka. Coffee Addison, McOowan, forT�nls, Pattesou Harris, St. Luke, Murray. The Herald's sporting editor sow Okotoks ploy the, Calgnr>' Cali^on-ians in Calgary on Victoria Day. The champions were trinnocd to perfection until the last ten minutes, when the score of 2-0 was made-a tie. Neither tean^plaj-ad B�MJd_foot-ball and of the cracked up can put up no better article of the-'Maple Leaf supporters can see. the championship convins their way already. It was only the bad gen-jeralahip of the Okotoks team that lost them the game. LACROSSE LEAGUE FORMED. The citorts of Senator DoVelier to form ' a provincial lacrosse, league came to a highly successful conclus -ion on Monday and Tucixlay at Calgary. Delegates from, Edmonton, Strathcona, Calgary, High 'River, Medicine Hat . and Lethbrtdgc as-Ncnibled, organised a League, elected cfRcers, drafted a constitution and ]�rranged a schedule. Senator DeVolicr is Prcsidunt of the association and Dr. Stanley oi High River is secretary. The by-laws ndopteti are ' very stringent with regartl to professionalism and "ringers." In the main, the rules of the (J.L.A. were followwi The cluta wore divid&d into two districts, Calgary, Edmonton and .Stntthcona in the northern; and High River, Medicine lint nnd lethbridge in the Southern. The schedule is as follows; SOUTHERN. June 14-Medicine Hot in Ijethbridgv 15-Medicine Hat in High River 25-High River, in Ijethbridge. 2(^High Rivv>r in Me-Lethbrjdge in High River, > 19-Lolhbridge in Medicine Hnt Tlie finals will bo played off be -tween the winners of each district on dates to be selected later. Rumors on tho street point to a n�nf�*illV' of the labor troubles in the Vity if 6i\re is not exercised. The Hcaald Ts iniornicd -that President Shoi-rtavn iind Vice-prcsitlent Galviii have proseiitcd certain dcthnmls, pai*-licularly the recognition of the union. iKsfonS the A.R. & I. Co. and that the Coin|t�ny has been asked by tho Lnl)pr Department to appoint a iiK'i'nlwr of a'Conciliation Board. Wlicn a.sked by the Herald concerning the iiimors, P. L. Naismtth, the ai iimnagcr of the A.R. & 1. Co. .saUl that ho had nothing to sayjust 'JicniSjM. t ha U-when .the propct tinw? canie lic^Roul.i make nn announce -meiit and remarked that if any talk was on the street it must have got out from- the other sihe rim>ors have proijobly originated from the fact that a ck'spatch said that a Colcil-atio�i Hon 111 had been askoil for. Tk� Nftw Kaox Church. Tho plan.s and spccificatioiHi of the new kno.x Chui-ch, which arWvodthis ntorning, provide fcr one of the fln-'est churches in Western Canada. The liuilding will \ie built of brick With stone trimmings, having a frontage on Burdelt St. of 66 feet and on Duficrin Street of 81 feet. . At . tl�o coiuCr will Ih! a Inngc square tower in \i'hich u~iil be tho nuiin eifitraneo, the other entrance being tn a smaller tower at theother corner. The auditorium .will have, a seating capacity, of four hundred and tho church will be built so that a gal-Icrj- seating two hiindrod may bo put in without any interference with the auditorium. On the sides of the choir.and organ loft are the vestries and parloi-s. The basemcfit is 12 fcM 6 inches clear, six feet of which is above tho grade. This is vol! laid out tor Sunday School purposes and contains a kitchen, library, store rooma, cloak rooms, lavatories, engine and boiler room as well. ^ J. If. (;. Rus.sotl of Winnifiog, who planned St. Aiigustin's Church of that city, said to l)c the finest in Winni|)eg, is the architect. Ex-Mayor McCarty^ and B. S. Young of Raymond are in the city 'to-day. They say that the crop pros pacts were never better and everyv-thing iiolnts to a record crop, ' this season.: �. ' � - ,.' ALBION. Our school is about'completed and was opened with n big dance on May 21, which was nwst enjoyable. Every lody wont home well pleased with the Albion people. Ccorge Wallace is going back to Ontario to bring out his mother anil brother, as ho tliinka there Ah no place like Sunny Alljcrta. >l'e hojui ff�y will like it as well as; he. - Mrs. Ccc. Walsh hgs been laiWe expect to have a post ofl[lce ,.  jhure pretty soon. Mr. Lynn is;to bo MIMARD'S XmiMBNT LUMBER -Ipofttmaster. It will be a bobm for MAN'S FRIEVD. {this parf. A LOCAL BUDGET. For sale, cheap, a child's iron cot, nnd a go-cart nt the Me�hof improving tho A. R. nad I. yards is,being ra|>idly pushed forward, a gang of flftjl men being under Geo. Seaman's charge there. The Woollen Mill Co. received a car toad of wool this week from Edmonton. The.roof of the factory will fx? completed by the end of the week. A ntiin named Smith from Magrath was in the city on Tuesday with a very tine team of horses which he olTcrod to tho city fojr (600 or to take the city team and"'f200. After the trial of the horses, whiflj 'waa satisfactory and tho. choquo for t2tXI was to lie produced, the owned rued the bargain and took Ms horses; htnie. It is saidivi8ion parpiiieg^^ Jby, porohwier with 6,000 oMh to pay (lovn^ Give loeation, price and beat teriBa: Eoi 8, Hendd Office. . We Owe it to Our Cut Glass Display -To again briog it to your notice. Siaoe we laat apolw to you on.thia aubject w* have aiMed to oar abowiug aoma delightfully ^ttnwtive^j{6oda, and we are anxioaa to have yon aae_ then, It ie impoaaible to deaoribe their beauty-for mere woida can give you no indication of tha aaintillating loveliueaa^of tbia ware. And we can boneatly aay that our to.dav*a Cut Olaaadiaplay ia larger and ifiore attiaetivo than ever before. ~ R, A. >Xr|UGHT. the Jeweler s C C.Baineo spent Victoria � Bay laUigh Rlvor. . Y. S. aheparU went to Calfary 32 ;