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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta handles 6 room house on Bimlett St., Duff addition. fully modem 8 room house on Burdett Duff Addition. Lot 33 x 175, Water and sewer in a short time. Price for 4 room house and corner lot in Noxth Ward. Some Good Buys Representing handles an acre lot with 7 ro om house and outbuildings- on Turner St., North Ward. modern 8 room house and two lots in. Block on easy terms. Also a large assortment of modern houses and cottages close in. Easy terms. North American Life Askance Co. London Guarantee and Accident Co. Phoenix Assurance Co. Limited of London Othces at Calgary, Edmonton, Lethbridge, High River, Nanton, Vancouver Olson Trader For Pitcher Joe Miller The Lethibridge fans have been at a loss to know what Corrigan it is who has joined the Miners. A letter from Joe 'Lynch bears the intelligence that it is our old friend Joe, of Jast year's-fame. Lynch says is better, than ever; that ibeing the case he will surely do. Fielder Olson was traded to Winnipeg for pitcher Joe Miller. Clarke, the Coast League twirler, nas failed to show up. JOE CORRIGAN SKEELS WAS Regina Shut Lethbridge Out in Concluding Game of Series Hegina, Aug. was the winning pitcher dgain. the locals tak- ing the last of the series front the Miners. Leading 3 to 0, Lezie was batted out of the 'box in the fourth. OTHER W. C. L. GAMES j ROBIN HOODS GATHERED j IN THE BERRY PICKERS j Moose Jaw, Aug. Berry I j Pickers were outhit, outrun and out- n every department today, could >be excused for their as Brown was at his j and seemed able to do whatever he j pleased, but their work in the-field i was loose. The locals hit whenever j they pleased off Nelson and Dunn. saskatoon 25 7 I Moose Jaw 15 4 Nelson, Dunn and Davidson; Brown an-d Brooks; umpire Houston. REGINA TO STAY IN THE LEAGUE .T. _T_ T- V V V Trigger And Traps The Alberta Gun Club held its MAROONS TOOK.ONE FROM THE LEAGUE LEADERS Winnipeg, Aug. Maroons' took the last of the year's series from the Calgary team today, four to three, after a hotly contested game. Jack Collins held, the enemy safe all the next and permitted the winning run. way until the sixth, when The locals made all of their five hits in a '-cluster. With the score tied, Joe sent in and after fanning one man with one pitched ball he made an overthrow to first on the Another was scored in the eighth on weekly shoot last night. The scores made were, very good although the! and light was not very good. J. C. Living-' stone won the gold 'button and gold j a walk, a wild pitch, an infield out flv. Skeels in- vincible after the fourth. It is ex- a couple of hits and a dropped Isbell gave the visitors their three runs. Out- side of that round Carney's tribe sel- dom had a chance. Carney protested the game in the sixth when the umpire V A President Eckstorm has re- ceived word from the Regina club saying that the difficul- ties which threatened to force them out of the league have 'been overcome and now there is every likelihood of them the Jeague and fin- ishing out the season. MONEY DARE-DEVIL BARNEY To Try for New Record at Philadelphia spoon with almost a-perfect score, j pected that tlle loca! difficulty will be refused to allow Duggan, to take an The following are the -scores for i without resort to the league, j extra base when a' wild throw went 25 targets: Stafford, A. B. Livingstone, J. C. Stafford, J. W. Livingstone, R. Agnew, F. R. ___ .Johnson, KL'D. Asnuith. L. L. A second message has ibeen .sent to President Eckstorm to defer any ac- tion. The score: AB R the players' ibench. Oldfield to Drive Big Regarded as Racer on Limit Mile of IT WOULD PAY YOU TO PACK A TRUNK with nothing else but bats, balls rackets, clubs, fishing tackle etc to take along on the family vaca- tion. There would be lots more fun and lots more health than you could get out of a dozen trunkfuls of clothes. GET YOUR SPORTING TOOLS I here if you want them i-jght WP iSo no-: handle the near kind. I The Lethbridge I Sporting Goods Co. For small and large capital we have property to sell which will make you while you are sleeping. Investments v on house property will hring you in from 10 to 20 per cent, interest. Why be satisfied with 4 per cent. Houses and-up wards to-suit all parties. Orders taken for car loads of coaL Fire and Life Insurance. The Golden West Realty Co. Phone Pf Dp YOU now, during general depression is the time-to. invest. We can buy [PHONE 1032 ROUND Philadelphia, Aug. Quaker! CRANBROOK TEAM'S Motor Club ,of Philadelphia has! added a full card of racing to the six-' cf Mackin, 2b 4