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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THELETHBRIDQE DAILY HERALD. TUESDAY, AUGUST 3, I8M. Tiivnin'c Piivnifiifn 1 Urpin b rUrnilUlC wil1 be closed Wednesday afternoon during July and August POOL supplied with the BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA And is cool, bright and pleasant. Best Cigars and Tobaccos in stock Barber Shop in of Oliver SPORTS Lethbridge Lost a Close Game The Lyceum Tent Theatre Corrur Redpatb and Glyn Streets TO-NIGHT, AUGUST 3 MR. RICHARD HINCKS and his Popular Company of Local Talent in "DANDY DICK AF POPULAR PRICES SEATS ON SALE AT HIGINBOTHAM'S Ht'ginu, Sask., Aug. Regiua Bouepilers defeated Lethbridge by a I score of tonight. The t-wirler for Lethbridge, Pifh, up to the third inning was banged al) over the field and Lezie was put in tlu- 4th and i he walked two im-n across' the plate I i in the oth. i Joe Corrigan at centre field, fielded I some pretty flics. Lynch, catcher. j found everything and picked out even I wild ones. The Boncpilers made 'several errors in the field, Gardner allowing two to steal in in the 7th Ion wild throws. Loihbriclgr's 1 was directly due to bum pitching. I Anderson at first base was there with i the goods. i The score by innings: j Lethbridge 000 300 Regina Oil 020 Batteries: Pieh, Lezie and Lynch. Farrer, Goldrich and Gardner. TJm- I pire Duff. Look The Part Make the world judge you for what you are. As passing throng you only from outside, make that outside worthy of the man within. "ProgressBranfT Clothing the honest man improves on acquaintance. The rich, handsome appearance but reflects the careful workmanship and honest materials of the parts within. Brand" Clothing gives the maximum style, wear and value. 31 'DANDY DICK" i Popular Ptay Repeated by Local than Ever Once again it was our pleasure to witness "Dandy Dick" played by Mr. .Richard Hancks aiotateulr company and it is perhaps the best criticism of the play to" say that we shall go and see it again tonight. The play went even smoother last night than when it was first present-' ed three months ago, and it must be regarded as a credit to our city to have such talent in its midst, we are looking forward u> the time when we shall .see them in a new play. Miss Hings. as usual, played with much vim and dash and much of tlie success of the play is due to her. Misses Anderson and as the Dean's daughters both looked and acted charmingly. Special credit is also due to Mrs. Kankin .who played the part of Hannah Topping at very short, notice. Richard Hincks played the part, of the Dean in his well known manner. "Nuff the rest of the men showed great improvement over their last performance. The costumes and staging of the whole play left nothing to be de- sired. This company goes to Raymond on Saturday by request where they .should secure a bumper house. WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE STANDING Won Lost P.C. Medicine Hat 42 18 .700 j Winnipeg 46 23- .667 j Calgary 34 31 .523 Moose Jaw 34 32 .515 j Lethbridge 33 .476 Regina........... 28 -31 .475 Brandon 27 42 .391 j Edmonton 17. 43 .283 MOVING PICTURES. CO- ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE 1. As You Like It 2. Too Much Snuff 3. Grilant Guardsman O N e a credit to the town. I'. Hersher. proprietor of the Pal- ce hotel, also Mr. Reynolds, man- ager of the Coal Co.'s mine here, have returned from Spo- Each of these gentlemen has roufht wfth him A fair young bride, extend our hwirty congratulations o the young couplet. Crow's Nest "THE BEAUTIFUL1 The Picturesque Top o' the World Silvery Lakes Singing Brook? Profusion of Forest Coloring Gigantic Snow-Capped Mountain Peaks Trout Fishing -Boating Hunting Saddle Horses Pack Horse? Carnages Tents Dancing Pavilion Menagerie Ball Grounds Excellent Cuisine Bufiet Service NO MOSQUITOES SUMMIT HOTEL Andy Good, Prop. Rates Reasonable EXT-or WILD EXT-OP Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Summer Complaint, Stomach Cramps, Colic, Cholera Morbus, Cholera Infantum, and Looseness of the Bowels MAY BE RAPIDLY AND EFFECTUALLY CURED BY THE USE OF THAT OLD AND STERLING REMEDY Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawberry It has a reputation of 85 years' staddfnc and never to cither or cure. There are many imitations of this remedj on the market that sell for less per bottle. Dr. Fowler's is 35 so be sure and get the genuine. The cheaper articles may be dangerous to your health. SUMMER COMPLAINT AND DIARRHCEA EXT-Of WILD MM. Praxirs, Ont, My year old took Summer ConpLmint, wan to bai u to blood. I of Dr. J''ow- Extrtct of WiW Sttmwberry only bad to girt a fev dotM befort tny wai cured. My hid dimrrha-a three cored biB. I it in my for orer with great reaul and feel tafe in recommending it to ererrone for all kindi of Summer Manufactured only by The T. Milburn Limited, Toronto, Out. The King Edward THE NEW RESTAURANT Is Now Open The cook here is good enough to prepare King Edward's dishes Round Street Between Auction Mnrt and Pionttr Lumber Yard ;