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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGS HERALD Editor aU of Jok a year Otherwise a year la Advance peruse the hiiurre and Math erskite adxcrtisemeuts of the VVcst era Until the enterprise assumes a really commercial appear and its arti tin ged with businesslike common Calgary may xvoll jts The suggestion that the city should with the object of advertising its manufacturing uttrtic tioas is n good And such n bureau in considering tlw claims of various industries not take f everythiny for lioiith Per Inch The World of SpcrlJ Several of the Kastern papers are One interesting visitors in town today is Senator of in his younger days the senator did a few notable stunts in i he skorting line andit is cosisu ciucntlynot to lx surprising tjini the more staid middle age yet be Ioujul witha youthful heart and a wholeeome interest in amateur The senator is here to preside at u mooting of Jncrcsse up the grouch of some fresh young pliucr uho IancieN Jje has een in The tho aud the public have mutual Artie ODoa does not run as if he were going fast buthe is a hard man to catch on bases just the the Medicine Hat cutclier is good but Jiis throwing to second would catch a school Eastern enthusiasts in the hoard of track roomstonight calleil for the OilR POINT IF VIEW lacrosse 1 iot about he also much lllc kolitical ni the city is to have a jiuirtbering of why should not tiie streets receive attention also Sooner or later the antiquated uum ing rof our thoroughfares must be andthesooner the iAs it is noxv tbc names of our beaVno relation to each More than the terms streets avenues and roads haxc no trying io stem thi of pupuhilion to the Hv of organizing a provincial WHiting imports that tuv 7 knows a whole able to and passing vvr the ors anr endeavoring to sttttliMiUiit of t por tion oi their own They IVideutly forget that the prosjKrity of one part ti the means all The treal which is noted for iti siuwness on Canadian thus tin s and Ford are tho pick xvith odds in favor of reads provincial papers a lec wheat belt says the Witness is tho one spot on which the eyes of the arc He can knows of Can and Alberta in as aspiring candidate would put it but when it comes to spcrt the talks with equally great because he has played the gnsisi nnd A Southern Alberta basiball lea giie has IKOII inclmlTn Lta itigh River and Kocretfiry of the West ern Canada Haseball has ro see neither the industrial nor the agricultural possibilities Canada neither can he that Canadabeyond areas is a country of resource of and But al though he speeds towards his Winnipeg ory without a glanco other than curios at our eastern he is just as much a factor in the future wont propose a of eastern Canada as lie is in that residential oualification and thir the district he Inter adopts no his j He con If and is an assit xvorth xveight in gold to the country large and to every individual Action t uf vnst area of the and Jo not polite to com with scinv that part of Canada that is standing as a monument esled Euroj to the millions of coh Bompns Argylc Ayenuo and JRoad are el cutting Bartlett street and West minster Road at right What is there in the miming of the streets to guide anyone Why not discard the okl names and number the Streels One say llcdpalh or Round could ije tak en as a The thoroughfares numbered as they are dis tant from the Those running directiou to be called streets aud in the The difficulty of finding and remembering the location of houses and iotsxvould be reduced to a and tiie city wouldbe uptodate in this im portant To the axerage presentday of Lethbridge the names of the streets haxe no Such as or Wood have no meaning to him and there ill be no regrets because of the passing of the that in theearly days may have had some significance and bearing on the his tory of the placeAt present they are a rank confimion and a sore vex ation of Its time for a Let us have We notice that a Japanese friiuv is to pass through Canada on his re turn home ifrom The papers tell us lie is to stop off Ottaxxa and Winnipeg but not a wojrd of a to Now would like to make a gestion to the Lieutenant Goxernor this province that lie invite the Prince to bo his As the Prince is travelling on the main line of the he could not Ije ex lected to branch of at Calgary and go north to the Gubernatorial head iuarters but the Lieutenant Governor can afford to go south to the Alberta and tain the Royal Guest the nezd of all this fuss oxer a for eign some of our readers1 may we possess an idea j The Kasiern provinces and States that very soon Japan is to be one of having winter all siix played it In the olden days were few amateurs cculd manipulate nrs lietter than the Lethbridge man and as for the sprinting he was a This summer there will be a strictly amateur lacrosse as in Alberta if the senators vill it generally The senator is starting out ighl He wants to encourage the development of athletics in the towns of He xvill oppose mporlLd players stol en from other towns just because hey happened to display exceptional Promises of bonuses and fat signed owing 10 pressure private business Fred Johnson of has appointed team in no sooner arrives am helps ioVina gamethan a finger and is out of the gameagaii for a Medicine Hat got fojir hits ant fcui runsVhile Lethbridge hit safeh eleven crossel the panon My three Hard or poo j jobs The senator tonight rule fixing a thirty I tydays in the club U the swctiter to play a This should prove an effec live barrier agninst Calgary stealing Jlied so oil throifgh The Methodist system of removing i pastors as tiie end of a four term is not popular with the con gregation st Lethhridge at the pres ent Xo could have en deared himself to the people more lie a clexfi preacher and 11 good pastor ami luring his pastorate here he built up the church until today it is one of the strongest in the prov Amongst all classes in thecity Uughsou was admired ra Me in allgood causes und his is ivgivtted by IlLs is in the xxest and that he will return to thit proxincij iti a few iears is the earn lest xvish of out the It is not proposoi to form an association entailing heavy There xvill IKS no sal The only will be trav eUing and hotel The nweting tonight xvill Ixj a large Jach club has asked to send lone the xvisc impression ame allowing 4he hardhitting Min ns only four of which Nun ie got Morrison was on1 lab uiKi eight The iiM had no Sop re LoohbriOgc 10 0 P 0 0 0 0 Hits J 000 I 00 1 tedicine Hat OOO 0 Hits 1 001 Fridays gamo was close but was hiefly noted for the differences of opinion by the umpire and of the iJtthhridgu was handing out shooisuml pirinitteil only fjve men to touch u while gather ed seven c ff The last game of the series was a For eleven inn ings the re xvas fast uharacierixcNl by hard hitting and fast fielding which kept the score down to JLeth i the first ami tho the Kip bridge it Hat evened up in The Busy Boosters fats torn u ftrfc Strttt but the necessary It seems to bi tho Miners fate It be left on agati il f bases nre full single is not The team are hardhitlers but do not seem to e able io land safely ut critical The local baseball fans are not at all discouraged lucause the team continues lose oftenor than it xvins The city has faith in the hunch and that wiiea thoy gather them sehes that iliere ie not a league that can stand We do not knock the and 1ennington were tha oppos ing1 Umpire the game to UK that trying io the After their strenuous time at the Gas ourrepresentatives jour the capital and openci ui that series with the Jxjst giuiva of the At the end of innings the game xvas f Schiiicu pitchetl u star game pittcl against the stellar jterfornier for the gamo was called on account of The score 00000020 rjois The gatuu vas xvith sensat ionalevents that kept the excitement The Sontherneeswere easy on Tues day night falling down before Whiles 7 loam doss not soeiu to be j xvell Few errors are recorded against them and they The Club is already fairly well organized for On Friday executive juot 11 ml appointed some of tho commitUxS tnit ns the attendance was somewhat limiced it thought to appoiu at another The executive again on even ing in lilakia and Matthews he Jiiy Council ndjoiirned to attend The remainder of the were The commit lees appointed Local industrial chairman Freeman Mayor Hut chair Attraction Tor outside amusements and chair ng uuiKrs had an elVectivc coal couuuissiou were able to teH what wVnted and why they than uny their fellows ut Leih Tiieje were three all employees ntericuu Like the mliwrs heard at Jjelhbrulge stood wtronjly for an cigiit hour banktobiuik and a u it of that tltey wilt sure of time to irio Humph ries appointment of a Reception com induce of Ion of xvhom shall be was left to a commit including Ives Wood the Nat Heins Street Carnival addressed Jthe meeting in the interests of his attraction offering most alluring for appearance in tiie The show is a carnival stari get ninny hits but the necessary runs are not forthcoming and the other That big ad of Shepoitls in last Saturdavs Uimiipeg ProKs a big boost for this erings hot nearly as likely to businesslike as the but Jn coiixeisatioij uitli a tivo of the Daily News Senator veler outlineil of ninateur and there wont le for grafting if his wish meets xvith the cmlorsation of the iiKHMing j The senator not all He found opportunity between goals to in laudatory IXMnarks j Lethbridge and its Leth briilge is not living on a is experiencing steady growth houses are springup like mush only a little iiiore the eiwis with the springing are buying up tiie farms n round the collierv ii t pace management or the plnxers because tlmy are having first rkie on the seem to haxe runs for Tuts Kvery team has ius oil in 1vorv fines and it to luxVe it lbo beginning than at the end of the Chic Toronto lost the Shepnrd believes in he is sjwnding loLs of money in vertising to keep the place at Afore power to and ctty arKl ic cry tho money to pay spot customers for the pro inches of smnv uu tlvs last day of j arc taking their h families on the preferring to live in the city xvhere the children have the advantage cf the fine J The senator also has n coal inanv in ing here a IK wurrantetl clean and The accept ancc of the olTor urgel by Major lielclvcr the chairman ami the Mayor aiwl on motion of and DolHnn was The Carnival will include about ten different shows aiwl a About two hundred jkjoplc travel with UK They are highly iHring engngwi for Winni g the State Fair at Spokane and other tion The eight hour Iwnkto bank system is foljowcd in the mines but the men want it mute law so for all wUiUsses hud worked uinler tiki coin pCiisotion notin Scotland and in tkclariiig if was highly Invariably kept tiki mines in letter TimlKr was tiie machiuery jcncwi in and all fill ed Tluy took to guard and as a emarkably General ilanager Xuismita of tluj init company hud tlecUnyi that lussage of a compensation act would lecessitate an tiie cost of but IWivid Slenedispuieikhis statement and in Scotland had added one cent to the cost cf The Frank min eis arc paid once a They say this is a great espec ially since the cash system is enforc ed in the They urgeil legis lation compelling fortnight OIKJ witness said that if a man wanted part of his wagesin advance he had to pay five per cent 16 the Complaint rax offered against the present method of carry ing Tlie liu of the can containing the explosive was not fas tened ami it easily fel off and al first seventeen and lost nine run ofthe next ten or sonvHhing like and then won thev liuck up yame is young yet theres lots of corn En of our is it not xvise that we Should cultivate Ontario and Quebec in Jim the friemlsluj and good will of a pow erfu and intelligent May in Montreal and snow all over a constantly increasin un as a railroad centre for They have our ihis do not to adjsocs Jtoyond all that he Allxsrtas smiting wheat 1et us have an opportunity to Usllvic people not to go there to stocketi ensuring for him our resources and out desire to trade the people of his Flowery H will do no harm may do a heap of The by imluc ing the Prince to be the Provinces guest for even a wotild do a great because of the severity of their tnis fail province the place in just add in brief tlws great confcileiation called Cnn Daily A certain Cnlgary paper persists in Alberta the are trees out n in Southern inches the xvintcrwheaL is ten and txvelxv inches high atidthe tlc umpire the empire Ixrthbritlgc aims to be n great manufacturing The best xvay to reach that position is for local men to inxcsL all the money they can in We notice that the city of is going tohaxe a car financetl by Thom yns The peoFIe in that ami we ought to realize iteven more realize that if there is one thing J in Canada there isno over j is freight i am flat So they are going to j start manufacture them nnd ex ing grain hides the cclor of the to say nothing of the beauty of thy the booster Club and Club motto or All boost and no looksas if Lmpirc Knoxvlton or that they have if in for or From this distance do not know of the case Medi cine but there must have liecn a great to ciiuse players bearing MojTisons boys have to assault It hojHHl that even should provocation le groat that the players will Icaxctheir disputes with umpire their manager and tho of the rlhe pub of Western not stand forany action that rcsenvbles rowdy Only c I ballplfiyeis can im Terstand the ojject of bullyragging Jbe grtiit majority lUmt give a rwl cent for tiie lietxvayn rs and but xvant to see the game ainl the very best that am be It is to be hojiel the League authorities will put forth effort to uphold and defend the of tiie the authority awl the ofthe Ixwn gjvatly roinfojved the famous Itaisbeck wlio are well known in the first lea gue learns of are brotlkrs and another Brother is the centrehalf on the Scottish International of which he is The llaisbeck brothers are famous throughout all fJrfat llritain aiKl Talwrr wil4 be very strong xvkh theTju A meeting formation of a Provincial Football leaguewill be hrld in High Rixer on June There is a promise of i JUIOO ns a trophy the League if tho league ifarvie of represent the nnd Currie the Mnple Ijnnf Well think he is the whole empire but others With regard to coaching on the base Sporting Life of Louis has the following comment Afcnrbers of the worlds champions are complaining becausethey are foiv jbtddfii to make any demonstnrtion in Fall in Hoist xvith the conchers box until a inan reaches j first Jack Sheridan has the Hid the heavy odor of ciond cattle Hollowing pointed remarks to make the Iroxincial Government on the subject The players have Farm carried this coaching too far ami brought on the enforcement A ball player if gixen an iroxe si th frflors strike the svn lcct to give employment to 500 peo if generally means a hoimj We are up against expensive labor and the distance us of the raw material but still we believe that the nianufacturc of cars could be made It is at a base 1H fivling is xtry strong in that xvhen lovern merit comes inch Viil take a and it isneces snry to enforce that rule in order to keep the cnachers from making gnnirt a a profitable business right in the city I to appoint a hiof for of Coal is cheaper here in Ontario cities and we have the prospect of gas With rea sonable railroad rates xve could get the timber and steel from convenient Think it oxer onyrny and if it looks good make Hotchkiss ought to mako a good license He is n straight man ami bcliexes if we have judged him that every on the statute books should be en And law that is not en forced is merely a farce in the minds tof the Tiie position of umpire in a liase is not by aay nvnns o desirable The players arc go ingto nil they for nothing nncl no players xvill blanio too xvill try to bluff his into favoring their the Wet the oldest I iTno one of the most resivcted rsj of tho judiciary in tms Autocratic niler 5s paid to jhear no fan and to favor no player He has no right to curry of or man ion Satnrdny To Subdivide jor jthrt by Monetary Times f Vancouver Can adas leading commercial organ evid ently does not think very highly of Western which company down Calgary ami located in Xedicine Editorially the Times I speaks thus Calgary is regretting the decision of the Wectcrn Canneries to locate at Ifedicine give Ho will make mis times no The public ingers scpinring his He should know the watch it caglp nml give his decis About JO ncres close to the city wanted for subdivision by purchaser with cash toSlvin excuse but xvheu nn um pay Give price lirc evidently shoxvs feeling eithor and best Box Herald foY or nny player or iU patience is promptly j flayers xxant no partiality jbnt a square deal for all no visible Owner On the other the may haxe same by proving property P and paying Apply Prc LINKS 12 Mile umpire ASfv FOK MIXATIDS Calgary should n square The um but human xvith limitations common to the rest of The axYrage umpire decisions on tho plajs just as he sees them nnd plays no favorites as it is to his interests to give The public should be sloxr in taking The first is Tlve boys are practising Laid intl in the Ivust shape jvos sibloto nicet Hats bunch on that Canadas nat Railroad Superintendent Jamieson Suncrintcmlent Niblock and Ericksbn foriner ly rondmaster of division Imt now superintendent of tStetiiird dio iriot of the Wcstorn division of the were in the city for a few hours on My a issued by Super ntcndtint the West ern dixision is divided into three disr iricts with headquarters at Medicine Calgary and Dls 1 Men Tell the Story of the forriyners at the niine gave statitig he hail worked m Piwsliufg There xvas a fund created by Andrexv Carnegie which pays ihiy sickness or ac cident ind funeral and Sf00 to the family in case of VIFAVSTOF The of the was by manager of the Ciniadian American Coal He has mining years as contract sujwrintenflent The of the mine hen since the strike has been iwocnvfiOO ami 00 tons a It has reached as bigh as i00 Tliecoal is steam coal and is mostly sold the under contract for a CAIl Moore hiul to offer in regard to car He the mine had hoen closed doxvn during last fall and xvintcr owing to thrr a of it to store coal in to avoid a coal fsimin6 ami he ilia id the trict headquarters at cine includes lines connect ing and Calgary to Swift The of this district are superintendent ional game has worthy exnonervts in Medicine train tho present toam nwl Mrtne 1 chief train Medicine illlHJ two sets of ftespntchers one on trains east to xirll Ie soen The Lacrosse League dkl well efect DeVeher Hat nml fSonator is no figurehead presi wcst Lo dent but takes n very in the He must put his peda lhc thor for trains Ijethbridge is shoull huytheir coal ear iy ami not wait until the cold wea Thc has asked him to store coal but he has refused to do this because thoy uora of i famine in cars to carry coal nnd grain thir coming fall and His coal did not deteriorate in val ue by being There ai ways DO coal famines until people stored up 1 in suflicient quanti He thought coal warehouses would work A SCARCITY OF Martin there is a scar city of He could give cm Iowei the to creating u dangerous They thought the lids should be hinged or The suggestion was that shot firing IK done by special not by the individual miners as at U also advunceti that there should Ix a luxv preventing discrim inating by the operators in selecting The men claim that they do not discriminate against the op v President of the min r ers while admitting he was not very well informed on the pro visions of the Conciliation was willing to do without He objects io a third interfering where his said the luinc here was wejl with men having at the present Nicol made the charge that the mine insfjcctor did not inspect the He says it takes two days to properly inspect connection with compensation kct in Turnbull said u tnat younger men were given the preference that casein coun tries where the Act Srtone sakl about 30 Irtish xvere employed The average was He favored the run of mint system anrl to boys under eightean working in a mine except on the Nicol favored legislation compelling opera torsto in the convenient places for the Having to get it he ar gued decreased his They haxc an to that ef fect but he wnnts enacted into Witness statwl that in two ami a half yesirs there hud been acckknts all due to through IxHng huricl in coal in the As a remedy he suggested greater precaution should In taken in drawing of the made a terminal point forthese twojploymont to forty of fifty hands at Roadmaster Erickson is of 3 sup with including Croxvs and Maclood sections and anri Kinilxsrley The local leaves at in f as Tim SooSpoknnc train through here flat on the slight toxxartl professionalism ind theleague IKS strictly anwi Leur xvill know The Salt Thistle Club was formally orgaiii7ed on Wednesday evcaing of Hie officers of ihis formidable organieation are Tjangloj Logan Harxie Up until has plnyed five abrond awi of this piintette xvns not able to call one its Umpire Knowlton socms to have taken a hand in the gome acting as a sort of tenth man for Medicine Tint during the gnnvss So great xvjvs the ire of the against this of1 ten tennis arc lit ficial that they forgot their love of money and gaxc him several excuses to assess A meeting of president O Dis trict of has a two weeks holiaay ami is spending it after his homestead im the of ffis family xvi 11 reside there this suni John is in chnrge of District the present time He the mine to lxv producing 1200 to tons a day in n years Three fatal ncculenus had occurred nt the mine since he took charge and clninvd failure to obey or ders vxas the cause of The ven tilation of the mine xvns He tho mine inspector visited mine but he did not care if he came around In reply to n question by Commis sioner admitted shortage of men might le ilup to th2 fact that nvn ohjwlcd to xvorking in a mine whoirethere was tiiuch of n They preifrred flatter veined perfectly satisfied xvkh the present coal mining legisla Teams the League Executive is being held for request of the Lothbridgo man tohanl grain from the Farm to the Columbia paid cents per bMshel Apply to ageuiont xvhen the case is leing tak en The executive win invest j gale carefully to see if the charges against lc tnie or It is io hoped that jus tice will moted out to all The first gjuuii at theHat went to tho home team bya score of the new southpaw pitchetl a JOHN Cherry COURJICE DENTIST Snccestor to Jackton Office in Hotel Koon I Office tion of I he To wouhllook upon a Saw ns a pen alty upon a particular It IftCftMtt The School Hoard met on Tuesday Tiie incmiters present being am Maclxith ami Prin cipal Hamilton and Architect Rolf son were niso in Applications for on tlw staff were received from Miss Stanton of Miss Oxley of Miss Cox of Magrath and Miss McCulloch of Pearson presented a couv munication from the Department of Education re tho vaccination of his The said that they could do more in the Pearson complained of the way in xvhich his appvarances before the iloardhal been reported in thj morning The said that he was very sorry to see the report because it was most un fair ami that he wished the report er xvas present to TVarsons The IWxxivl passeyl a resolution thanking Senator and the Geological of Canada for the wouhl malcft now the back finc scoloffical collection of the burdensome s During his long cxper ienre he fouml accidents xxere due to of the more espec ially experiencexl He saM that they oniy about six houis actual work under thcVight hour day lank to He said he was in entire nccortl with the suggestion that un ions should le He found nen did not always lixe up to their agreements and they should be incorporated in order to nviko them He put ina kindly xvorrl given the The matter of purchasing a piano for the school was laid The sentiment of the was opposed to accepting money by the etiuients to for the The Hoard wouhi pur chase a piano if there xvas a suit able for Rolfson xvas appointed to in spect the schools and report neces sary The principals report showed large increase over last the for foreigners by saying there wcro A52 as against V3 in many caees splendid May last daUy attcti dancc June work was that of May V1 ;