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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta AH EVANGELIST PICKS THE BEST NINE BASEBALL PLAYERS theatre NtxtJoor to HtraUOOer MO 0000 HOMIER a pewt ft. He cam if H. art We QET YOOH OUN it wiii be a feed MM. May atflea and pdeeet kot vwt ta4 a poor in the lol AMMUNITION vakh eany fc el the beat, awl piece an rifht. HO WARD CASE 4 CO. GUNSMITHS LCTHB1IDGE x _ALTA. REFUSED ENTRY. Ottawa, Oct. January 1, undesirable have been refused entry to Canada from and the United States. W. A iMndey. a WeW f vaogMfat FaMMrly a eua ftaH Mayer THE TEAM, d. If. rf. Lajeie, St. p. Cfcafice, la. WaMi, c BratAaHaA. e. Sullivan. e_ aftd utility SUM, REAL ESTATE BARGAINS t Lota, Block A, Hig- inbotham Addition, corner Dryden and for Lot 1, Block 5, cor. of McBetL and Bail- St. X mile from North Ward School........tTSt Lot 3. Block1 A, with food 5 roomed house between Smith and Roaad fits, only half mile from poatoffice ..........MMe Westmin- ster X Vmilfr from Central School-Capable of sub-division into 10 full sixed lou ..........taet S-Eaat half of Acre Lot 4, Block 7. cor. of Me- beth and Bailey Sis., for cash ................1450 Lots iu Block 15 Duff Addition, X mile from postoffice. This Block fac- ea on Crabb St, each the above on taiy T. E. PATTESOW Room Block (Collto'a Weekly.) Name au That's no easy taek, for the field is" full of are by far a larger number of the two major leagues today -tlsOi at any other pre- vious time, and tk-pkk be about as, easy M taking a bone away from a bulldog or revising the tariff, and I believe even more diffi- cult than revising the tariff, because more of the rank and file are inter- ested in baseball. As a fellow allows the splendid re- cord of man after man to pass before birn for criticism, he feels mores and more the danger of reflecting discredit Motion TJD to r, Prktt. tfe Be BUILDING THOlOtjQHiV STEAM HEATED _ Don't forget Gold ve viil give away Oct. ti. See ttatt at Wright's the Jewifer your covpoM TMTTAOKS Street, in company with U measured by heart bj- grey bain and a bald spot. V aj0 back oc the diamond! Hike Kelly on the coaching Hae, yelling like a Indian! at bat! Everybody breathUssS Hie ball out over the fielders, the winning rua crosses the plate, the shouts ol triumph rinf out, and we father up our bats and to to the clubhouse. But I have not my interest and iove for the oidjcahia oat Iowa. A feeling irre- shot through me, and I bowed acme ball players whose namea are worid renowned. We dropped into a tusked up, lewd down to the corner of State aud Van Boren Strtcts, "where we sat ou the curbstone some men and women stood on the street- eomer singing that I had hearoT my old sing ia the oW game have ever been intense, and true.. believe baseball to be the cleanest sport in America, and. I never miss, an opportunity, to go on record its uncompromising friend. have never been able to creep in and spoil the game. Men in control; both magnate-and play- ers, have-always been united in the effort to keep the game clean. All this talk about.baseball being crook- ed, 'the game being decided before it is played, ia all Such a charge ii an unmitigated lie. This is my conviction, and I would back up my statement with my reputation and all I have. J love baseball. I know the game-is- clean, and will not allow go unchallenged any false stabs Oct. of Toeaday, Two well Libefain of the city of Wiwup.f, WiiUaat and MacLeod, apent Bandar tha provincial jail, A Oiird, E. nan, waa arrested in the morninf at his own hoiae at 7 JO aad bronfht to the, jail. arwmt of made, about S o'clock Sunday night in LfeUnd cab. arrwt- ed at oicbt> aft.r midnight, and news did, not get around till the Biorninf. .All to tee Canon Sunday night felted, but promptly at 3 o'clock: in the moniing E. Lr How- ell Qru] T. L. Metcalfe were at the my head to the tears. Then I said "Good-bye, boys, I am done with this .way of 1 dropped into the Pacific Garden Miwke, it 100 East Tan Bttreh yielded myself' to God.' 'But the battle when I joined the church, and'the papers printed, columns of comment.) I dreaded to go to the grounds to practice for fear the "horse the boys would give me; but, imag- ine my surprise, when I walked in the-'first man to" meet me was Mike JCeilv, _ Mike had la heart in him as big-as a woman's heart. He said: "Bill, long on religion, but provincial" jiil and the machinery of the law, for thV p upon men who are worthy the high- menlr. Then, too, the game is not est praise and fullest In-only clean but favor- the choice of men for some positions itea here.' On the bleachers and in there can be no question as to whom the grand stand all meet on a corn- man "should select; but, after all, level. The "old-time fan" may his nyming of an Ail-American team j have a Wall Street broker, a college calls forth personal opinion, and president, and a few others gather him or sit close in order to get pointers and listen to his but that's not favoritism' It is this democratic spirit and this cleanness that have given baseball such a grip on the American people. and Pait. There has never been witnessed uch% a magnificent contest as lias been fought this year. No woudor ometimes that personal opinion can lot be taken too seriously. For example: In naming my men he list filled long tefore I had 'ex- austcd the line of favorites, I look my All-America, and I caunot ismist even one me are men whom I would men good as the very 'iny ist is full. Place Your Orders for DRAYING ....WITH.... JUS, MM. The boys laiow that all kingly meni the_ strain proved too much for my sit upon a and with knowledge of other worthy men proceeded to enthrone a few J as Mi-Americas. Now f hare named my men, and, as I finish the task I feel the old base- jail fever churning in my veinsl'- It is the best, of all I am twenty years younger today as I thint my war- backl into days of old; the valiant deeds of the "gladiators" of the diamond of those days are forever enshrined .-in Tny heart. No lapse of time can ever ef- face them, r am not an "oidtirner-" amTyoung in heart, for time friend Frank De Hasa Robinson. I do not believe the individual play- ers of today are superior in ability to those of twenty years ago. Who can surpass such giants of the dia- mond as Ewing, Kelly, Conner, Keefe, Bennett. Anaon, Pfeiffer, 'Brouthers, Galvin, Clarkson, -Rad- if old rcan help you, let me Pieif- fer, Williamton. fact, eWfjr man gave me.the "glad hand." Thai day we played Detroit, and in that game I prayed, my first prayer. Clark- son, was Kelly catching. John could sail them over so fast the thermometer drop two de- grees as the ball whizzed past the batter. Wejia.d them bea} last half ninth, two .were on bases, two out, Charley Bennett at bat. Charley could not touch aud in" ball, but could "kill" a low one. John shot one over ami it went Charley caught the nose" and out to right centre she came. It was up to me. I turned and ran with al tny might, and. I said: "0 ,Gjxl- If ever you helped mortal man in your life, help me get "that ball, ajid you haven't much time to decide.'' _ looked over my shoulder and ball 'shot out my left hand Vntaits Bank of KSAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-ap Capital...... Uadirifed Picftto. .4.267.400 BOAP4CV OF Jonathan Hodgaoo, Eaq. Sir B.Moutagv Allan R Hoemer, Baq., Thoe. Long, Eaq., C. F. Bmith, Eaq., j Hogu A, Allan, Eaq., C tf. Haya, Aiei. Baraet, F. On Ltfwit, Eaq. E. F. Hebden......................... .General Manager Tbe Bank hat 119 branches and agenciei diatributed throughool Canada. New York 63 .and 65 Wail Bt. SAVINGS BANK and apeciaJ atten- tioa ia paid to email depoeita. laiereat at 8 per cent, per amavB, compounded four tinea A Money Orders and Tetters of Credit, payable iu any part of the world, at current ratea E. W. McMULLEN, MiMfcr at getting the mea ei liberty. Although a Judge was soon, found to sign the papers in connection with ihe bail, and the bondsmen-were all ready' shortly after 8 o'clock, itji lu.SO in the morning' before the men were" givcu ihejr. The jailers at thV-provincial jail _ evidently hid nstruciious to report I to some. higher he attorney general's department'of he provincial every >tep in connection with the was questioned and delayed by ilitieb that are not'usually enforced n connection with the ,At- 8 o'clock Mr. HoireU aud Mr. Mr. Howell, on the men being re- leased, told Col. Lindsay, that he in- tended to, question as to whether'there, was; any authority for confining men arraited as these men have been in the provincial jail. A Fact, A strange thing About these war- anU is the fact that the one for Mr. 'arson was dated Oct. 21, although it put in effect.Jate Sunday The-same applies to the other kfetcvlfe. and a Free repor were allowed to enter the' company with them were Thos. Mere- dith, lumber merchant; E. J. Rochon, hotel keeper and a prominent Conser- vative, and Leyi Dingman. The former two Vent on the bonds. eaan the .three prisoners for a surety of each irveach case. Mr. THngnvin was prepared to go on the bonds if his services in respect-were not necessary as the other "bondsmen were considered -suf- .fictent. Mr. brother, Joe Carson, was also "Had ta Judge Myers -who had been "asked to arrange the matter of bail, was pres- ent and the three sureties were made, out and signed by him. He then left The guards: at-'the jail-irefused'to. do the---ball Struck, -and sfuck.- "You there, was delay Awaiting rt. f _ __ -_ wnvinW'.ine God afiTuot help him- LinSay appearta. in bourne; O'Hourke, GoasidEsy- mejhaf (Tav, because I tried to "trot I hour orrso, __ -j __ rrv.i.- i the papers said irig, Nash, old 8am Thomp-1 son? However, the game has be- And here is ray heart! And come more scientific; in fact, baee-jhere is my hand and best wishes to ball, or. _at least-the team work, ia the boys and the greatest of all sports now a "perfect science, while formerly I _ it'way a "batting feat." Now, Fn conclusion, I wanlMo say a word to the boya of the diamond, those who are now in their prime. 4 Satisfaction Guaranteed i PHONE 289 t t Electrical Time Clocks Automatically switch out your lights at any hour of the day or night. Electric "Wiring As installed by us gives the greatest power and lighteat metre bills Electric Supplies Of good quality in itock You will not take this as 'a "preach- i: t McKENZIE ROY at close prices. Electrical Dealers and Contractors Redpath St., Lethbridge, AlU. Phone 204 will take the advice of an "old-timer" in the spirit; in. which it is given, for I am deeply interest- ed in you. Ball players, as a rule, are class of hale fellows well met that can be found on the face o! God's dirt. I would not have you be "grouchers" and "tight wads." No; if such, I could not be proud of the men of my old profes- sion, but sometimes a man is a "good fellow" to his own hurt, and to the hurt of his loved ones. Fellows., listen to me I You will not always be in the "spot light." Your eye will grow will get a "glass arm" or a "Charley down will come the "is" and tip will go the and you are all in, and pork and beans for yours. You work hard for your money. Get you i can and can all you get! Pass up the booze like a pay car does tramp, or a W.C.T.U. Convention passes up a brewery wagon. A Quick Decision. Now a clip from history and I'l break my quill, for I am not a scribe j anyway. It was just twenty-tw ago that I walked down Stat WILL MARRY QUIETLY.- New York; Oct'. latest'sen- sational report about the Duke ol the Abruzzi and Miss Kathcrine El- kins is that the couple will marry privately 'and unknown to the public in order to escape the curiosity of tie crowd. Then, after the occur ence, they will announce the fac jfficially at the same time the date o heir union. BAPTISTS ENCOURAGED: Ottawa, Oct. a session o the Baptist Convention here today re ports of committee on Western mis sions and Publication Board jras pre sentecl. The progress of the denomi he -would warrants. The charges are bribery in each case. The warranty were "only produced at the last moment; before the were released "iu the niorn- ng, .and until 'that there was no knowing" of what the men were Arrested lor, except that the Winnk peg Telegram was given a copy, which the paper published, informa- tion against Carson. This, .however, Mr r Carson did not have himself, and iiis enquiries- at. the jail were not answered. Nor could his counsel find out anything about tha_ charges till the moment 5f the release of the three men yesterday at 10.30." WILL HAVE FINE WEATHER NOW Mdsons Bank Established 1855 HEAD OFFICE" MONTREAL Capital, paid in Canada. Agents -and correspondents in all pricsipal cities and towns in the United Bank starts an account. In- terest allow.d and credited four iimes-M-year_at-highest current fate. A general banking busin -ss transacted. K. D. JOHNSON Managtr Branch to see." "He then went to 'the' attor general's "department there wait, dur- ng which Col. -LirSisiy leVnhoned that he was waiting for Mr.-Patterson to come a telephone be- ng sent later from-the "jail Col. Lind- say was still wafting. When Mr. Patterson, assistant at- torney-general, arrived he went over the papers carefully. He pointed out1 that the "action for release.. of. the prisoners was not by the same judge as the commitments were made by and Mr. Howell stated that Mr. Me- Micken had apparently been spirited away as he could not be found. In consequence Judge Myers was asked All Raited Mr. Patterson made several other legal, objections, and finally asked -for. the order-for the release. The order Judge Myers had given was only ver- Albertan.) Howell .Harris, manager of the Cir- cle: fanche, south of the" city yesterday on his return, from a visit to the ranche. ris saj's life recent snowstorm the worst in years at this season of the year, but .that the cattle snf- very .they were in such ?ood condition.., to stand the coming winter. ;The? o Jhe lierce white it lasU Miss Ursula Archer, pupil of the celebrated teacher, William Shake- speare, "will receive pupils in singing voice production. Also, engage- ments lor Ballad Homes, etc." For further information-address the of Music. PfANC Miss MargVret Mr-Fraaer, A.T.C." late of .JThe-JTorpnlo Conservatory ibf Music, piana and theory of the storm the iut bright and strong, and the riders from the glare, wh'ch m. some cases, caused snow blind- ness. -From his observations of-the-sea- for the past thirty years he pre- Jicts that after thia storm aiidTuu >ell passes nation in the West was shown to be most encouraging. The financial side TTSS also very satisfaciorj'. The re- port of the Publication Board -was also very satisfactory, "showing sub- stantial profit on the year's business. Bruascll, Oct. received from R. D. Nehun, leader of the ex- pedition into the Congo-relate that he has discovered rich deposits of gold, tin and copper in the Mcyanwni district. i Get our PRICES i on Corrugated Iron Galvanized and Painted Metallic Siding MeUtttc SUngfes before buying elsewhere have just placed a carload of the well-known Metal Shingle and Siding Co.'t goods in stock MM I INMHI Mil Office and Factory (Sf, INN Hi WfB ITtEtTi Telephone 153 Tvi Swtfi Si FWat a Let us place this range in your Kitchen and end your cooliing worries Get rid of the fret of a sulky range waste of spoiling of ceaseless labor. Free yourself from the kitchen drudgery that goes with a poor range. Let us place a GURNEY-OXFORD Golden Nugget Ranfa ia your kitchen and all your cooking worries end. The Gamcy-Oxford GoMen Nugget Range is built of dead fiat, patent levelled steel, and lined vrith asbestos. It won't crack nor will last a life-time. The. range is lined asbestos millboard and rivetted firmly so none of the heat can leak out. The Gurney-Cxiord Golden Nugget Range is fitted with the Gumcy- Oxford reversible very lalest improvement. This grate will save more fuel than any gralc that's made. When you turn the handle the interlocking teeth of the grate cut off the dead ashes from the bottom of the fire, giving a clear draught and a quick, respon- sive fire. All the coal is thoroughly burned to a fine, white Is absolutely no waste, Ths grate can be removed without removing a bolt or disturbing the linings. Wood burning grates arc supplied required. The fire linings arc easily removed without disturbing the top of the range, That saves money in repairs. S7.5O SS The Gurney Standard Metal Co., Limited This the Gnmey-Oxfoni contains greatest ift ercn oven hrruinn that has tea produced. Instead of the heat being all earned to' tiw twek o: the oven. special it and forces haW orw tW front of the oven. This method fires perfectly even nil over oven. The range is fitted with Oxford rthe COR? naver vet producetl. The OxfonlCanadiiUi inbuilt of the finest rrecl-blue finhn steel, -witli. asbestos lininc- It ii range wonM to tell yon abow and you know about HiKK S7 extra GURNET-OXFORD Canadian bal as this is the universal custom. Although this order was the presence of some of the jail offi- Mr. Patterson would not accept it, and Mr. Howell had to send across to the other huilding, where Judge Myers was to get the order in writing This was finally accepted, and Mr Patterson declared that the men coule have their liberty. Heaped on Prisoners During the 4wo and a half hours wait the jail officiBk weighed th three men arrested, took their- ag and religion, and such other detail as arc usually taken with desperat criminals to identify them. Carson was given a cell by himsel all night, but he was put in a eel with several others to eat his fast. One of the turnkeys came int his cell in the early morning an made Mr. Carson clean the cell up He made him carry some pails jail slops from, the cell and cmpt them. Kc also ordered Mr. Garso to straighten a stool.-in the room that had fallen over but Mr. Carso did not hear. The jailer in a pessio kicked the stool about the room. Carson had the usxial and coffee for breakfast. He was pat in with a man just getting over an at- tack of delirium tremf.ns, and with a man supposed to be insane. This com- pany he kept unti1 he wag released. Everything the men had on them was removed aru.1 their boots were taken away. In the morning, alter the altorncy- genoral's assistant had given the or- der for release the jailers went over everything the men had had in their pockets at the titn? ol their arrest, and look the numbers of the bills and a description of the other articles the men-had in their possession. Each man had about when arrested. artistic pupils. c jPersonal consultation aV The Lethbridge Con. servatory-of Music on sfnd afier Au. 2t per month or six of fine fall weath- This flurry, he just by the hot air election-excitement in the East, causing a re-action in the oe a See Omr Wiadow for Valoe im Electro PlaUd Forka, etc. HYR BROS. Phone 75 P.O. Box 27 M i THE HEOL-A FURNACE P.O. Box 41? Pboot 266 i This was given to them on their re- lease. The case come? ivp in police court at ten o'clock this morning. LUMP SALT for CATTLE An j'quantity. Prices right. Highest cash prices paid for HIDES AND FURS A. CARRUTHERS CO. LTD. FORD STREET, NEAR THE MILLS P.O. Box 60S Pkoae t60 ;