Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
Wednesday-, May THE LETHBRIJDGE. DAILY HERALD First Game in District Baseball League Murphy Pitched Winning Ball for Losers but Got Poor Support Score 5-.1 Taber. May opening game field showed the most class, the latter oi' District League yesterday lie- being strong with the stick, twt-eu Cardsron and Taber was won by J The game was interesting from a ti'( home team, the score, being 5 to'spectator's point of view, and except 1- It was a very'good game all thejin the sixth, was very even, Taber way through, although Taber having a little the best. Neither the better game of the two teams, and j team was in good form, and it was f.ombined with a little luck they pull-1 easy to see that lack of practice was f-1 out winners. The weather was of Responsible for many of the errors best and a crowd was on Between the pitchers there was little Ji nd to roof, for the home boys. jto choose, McCommas getting better game was called for (i o'clock..support than Murphy. Behind the fc.it. it. nearly before the teams iplate Lee was better and smarter than took thp field, owing to the absenceiTfiompson, but both teams need a lot of a couple of the Taber players. Me-'of training before they can -hope to Commas, a bis: six-footer. on for league honors. The wea- t'irinc: line for 'Tuber, and he "was ailjtner conditions were ideal, and the to the good, allowing oalv four hits j size of the crowd, augurs well for base- having auite a number of in Taber this'season. to his credit Be had good speedj It being the first game for .these control, only aliowhiE one frepj teams it was to 'be expected tbev transportation. Art Lee was at the would make numerous errors, but De- ceiving end and put up his usual good'fore the season is far advanced they g-niff. will be able to give a good account of The old reliable. Spud Murphy, on the slab for.Cardston .and his The teams lined up at follows: of-benders was a puzzle to tliej Taber Position CarcJstori Taberites. but the Cardstcn boys play-1 A. Lee Catcher' Thompson ed a poor fielding game, and with wilclJMcCornmas Pitcher Murphv ttirows and "boots" there was no R. Lpe vJiince lor "Spud" to win his Thompson, last year with Taber. i TT _5 ant brought an action claiming dam- Cardston 100 000 1 and the paper JEvans. of Lethbricige, umpired and advised to pay, although the ar- TOUGH LUCK the jail to he erected in Sweet Gmss land for which the contract has been let. Speke of the Church of England, has made Coutts his head- the Commercial Hotel, Freriericton, iv B., and broke his neck. Moose Jaw Board of Trade will erect a large factory building in such a wav that it will accommodate sev- quarters, and is holding services at, cral small industries who will lease the police barracks each Sunday. jt- Warner and Milk River are also on Mr. Speke's itinerary. The bodv of Isaac Laidman, G6 bcrs oi the civil service, has pur- years old, was buried bv the Mount- The Civil Service Co-operative Sup- ply Association formed by the mem- Cruickshank and see if he would not allow them to come here. A great deal of discussion took place as to who would be suitable to solicit subscriptions and try and raise some cash as nothing further could be done until money .is obtained. The Mayos- said that he would be willing, to devote part of a day, and with the assistance of .F. Downer he thought that a large amount of money would gave general satisfaction. THREE PITCHERS FOR Saskatoon, May 30.- SASKATOON -The promoters of baseball in this city have decided Leavitt May, XheUeague-games it0 tbe pitching staff of the for the Wesfenr Mutual "have and three twlrlers' with started and Leavitt won the-first game reputations behind them are on with Beazer yesterday. The score, 7 to 5, shows the well .contested game. In the eighth inning the score was 5 to 5. but Leavitt woke up in the ninth _ ;the road to join the Saskatoonians. A pitcher named Case, who orna- mented the mound for one of the reams in the Chicago city league last n season is one of the men. The citv and stole two runs before a man was ft Ig an organization khat plays Sunday ball only, and is Basketball also is coming to the isaid to be one of the ,best organiza. front with the sports of Leavitt. Hill tist was ready to bring forward the model, who sat for the picture, and was prepared to swear that he had never seen the city waitress, who claimed that the picture was a car- toon of her. This is only one of thousands soon be subscribed, so the following j i. chased a grocerv store, and cd Police Vednesdav. Deceased has r launch into other lines of merchan- been living on a homestead by him-; were elected as -the finance commit- self, 35 miles east of Coutts for the i tee Maror Adams, F. Downer, A.. B. past nine months., and was planning G- Hargrave of Winni- Stafford, J. D: Higinbotham and to start a store and post office on his- IJeS' ana Timothy, of Edmon- a eoupls Qf citizens from North ton, has been awarded the contract claim when death interfered. A son and daughter living in Detroit, Michi- are the only known relatives. Kidney trouble was the cause of I death. ofi cases that never 'reached the courts." For these newspapers were assessed j heavy damages for the most trivial j comment. There are a number of j newspaper proprietors in Parliament Secyou-wwe Mfe of the only two men not ioojcted- for taJdrtg brib.es In -youi "Yes. I was away fishing on election-day and the other fellow overslept Mnsdi" LIBERALISM IS GIVEN CREDIT (Continued from Front Page.) and they have undertaken reform of the law. o urge a Harry Koch, a laborer of a G-.T.P. ballast train, was killed near St. Boniface, Man. "However they may grow, whatever their pride, their power, their influ- ence, these things will draw them to the old country with increasing at- traction, with, increasing affection un- til we shall one day be one mighty jpeople, one in purpose and ideas, in i its devotion to the service of God and Man." (Prolonged cheers.) Ex-Mayor Allan Euber, of Berlin, is seriously ill with, .blood poisoning. of building forty miles of C. P, from; Bassano to connect with the Langdon branch. Grace Methodist church-, Winnipeg, will erect a seven-story institutional church building on a down-town loca- tion, as soon as the present site is disposed of at what is considered an adequate figure. Kenneth Chester, who has for the past fifteen months been veterin- ary inspector at the" Dominion' Gov- ernment quarantine barns, North Por- tal, has received official notification of his transfer to Vancouver, C. J. H. George, V.S., of Toronto, suc- ceeds him. Major-General Rheinbot, of Mos- cow, was sentenced to imprisonment for one year and the loss of his civil rights for misappropriating govern- ment funds during his "term as gover- nor of Moscow. -Ward. J. D. Hig nbotham was elected', treasurer. H. P. May, on behalf of the schools, was requested to look after the hu- rr.an flag. Two samples of Coronation medals from the Hudson Bay Co., were ex- amined and it was, decided to leare the matter over until the next ing on Friday evening at eight o'clock, when all those interested are requested to be present. Among those present were Adams, Major Burnett, A. Rafton-1 Canning, D 'Milne, H. P.. May and secretarv Sidell. Rev. E. Leslie Pigeon, pastor oE Knox Presbyterian church, St. Thomas, will probably accept a call to St. John's church, Vancouver, B.' C., which offers salary, with, an advance to within two vears. -v Spring will be here on Saturday June tiocs in that city. Geist, -.vho was with Lincoln, Neb., 3rd to play basketball, and the second last season, is another recruit, and the league game in baseball. third is Sheridan, from Lowell, Mass. The weather is excellent. Crops are I The new additions win mean a re- in the best condition. The recent Mease for some of tbe players, but it storm has almost insured a bumper j ought to mean a winning streak for the crop for this district. JBerrypickers at last. Challenge The Southern Alberta school teach- ers' basketball team hereby challenge any other amateur team to a friendly game of 'basketball within thirty days from June 1st. This challenge, "is good during this time only and may De accepted by any team south of Loth bridge and north of the boundarv WONT ACCEPT TO MFDIATF ill 1 Ei I'ne. Address all communications to iworld> championship, on June G. The .__ _ i A ji _ _: j i__i 0. Wight, captain of team. COLOR PARALYZES VHTERAN Joe Sellers, Old-Time Ball Player. Meets Queer Disaster St. Louis, Mo., May Sellers, of Lancaster, Pa., who recently defeat- bare-hand catcher of the old Harry Lewis in France, expects to pennant-winning St. Louis Browns, j return to America this fall to lav- was stricken'with paralysis last week, claim to the middleweight channion-! ARTICLES SIGNED IN Vancouver, B. C., Mav 30.-While LONDON the Master Builders' Association-will New York, Mav 29.-lt is announced make official announcement regard- that Billy the American middle! lng tilC thrcatcncd strike weight, and Jim Sullivan, English until aflcr their reSular meeting on champion, have signed articles in Lon-l Mori'lay, individual members have don for a 20-round match for the Expressed themselves as being opposed to re-opening the matter with the -un- ions. They will not consider the pro- posal of mediation by the cil. until the meeting. The electrical contractors have declared an open shop. R. P. Pettipiece, business agent of the Trades anrl Labor Council, say that the unions would not accept th fight is to be for anr] a side bet JUugene Corri will be -the referee. HOUCK AFTER MIDDLE TITLE Pennsylvania Fighter Wants to Papkc, Kelly and Klaus New York, May Houck, offer of. the city council to mcdiat and removed to the City hospital. Sellers glanced from the window as ship. He plans to box either Frank Klaus of Pittsburg or of and try TO make an adjustment the differences between the contrac i tors ana the men. i a brightly painted delivery wagon pass Chicago, to decide the supremacy. The reflection of the sun dimmed Houck is 21 years old, and has been TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Conrad Hasenpfley, ex-warden vision, and he fainted. His. left (In the ring four years. He hopes 10 Pertn Country, died in his chair at Mi s'de is paralyzed. Sellers played a battle with'Billy Panke before the name of John Burns. 'returning to this side. ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER RENEWS VIM AND VIGOR Get yourself into shape'for "that tired that comes in the Spring and Summer, by fortifying your constitution with Al- bertVs Pride Beer. This beer is a tonic and n strengthened A glass or two daily will give renewed life and vigor when you really feel like falling by the wayside. Its purity is absolute and it is a predigested liquid food, easily assimilated by the weakest stomach. It is a boon to those suffer- ing from weakened digestive organs. Alberta's Pride beer is brewed from best barley malt and Bo- hemian hops, by methods strictly sanitary. The Lethbndge Brewing and Malting Co. Limited John Kinnear, aged 80, was foun dead in tne bush near his home in Leeds county. J. W. Conger, aged 72, for 52 year part owner of the Picton Gazette, ii dead. Another visit from the stork is ex- pected by the Queen of Spain. This i is officiallv announced. PROBABLE CABINET -4 CHANGES -O- Ottawa, May Free rress (Liberal) editorially intimates that there will be no cabinet changes unless disso- -4 lution is forced. In that event 4 Hon. L..P. Brodeur will retire O and will be succeeded as min- ister of marine and fisheries by Hon. R. Lemieux. while Dr. 9- Beland will .be taken into the 9- cabinet. Sir Allan Ayles- worth will retire and Hon. William pugrsley will be min- Ister of justice. It says Hon. S. N. Parent will not re-enter politics. 4 c Per Packet igarettc.