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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR THE LETMBRIDQt DAILY MfWALO, MONDAY, AUGUST If, int. The Ladies' Store Acadia Block WE SELL FOR CASH Get your share of the Special Economic we have provided it this Store Opening Investigate the New Stores Idra of Vmlue-Gifini daring THIS INTRbbuCTORY SALE h v ci.s- mbM a splendid array of up tu date styhs in women's saniieiiis. of handsome-dress ma- (.1 tlu- uiosi urpeiulable of table lioi-is. towtJUuir, towels, sheeting pillow cottons, flau- HunfllefUv and prints; of hosiery, underwear, .corsets, ami gloves; silks, ribbons aixl mji-: wanted, worthy accessories of many otlu-r things' of which you are in need at present. All these stocks are absolutely fresh, new and entirely trustworthy and the prices- they're new too! They a forcible story of a ''different of merchandising, presenting money-saving propositions rto unheard ot in Lethbridge. If you're ready to buy come in and look round. You'll fm.iH by the visit and we'll be to show NEW A vt-ry pretty square of tlif popular aen-'t-v'ii colors taupe, navy, brown .and block. Special .1: the .25c FANCY "Handsome, goods for house -owns, dress- ing .-Jacques, .kimonos. otc., new drums' in colors navj-j, green, cardinal, pink. sky" irrav. Splendid values at .......___............ 20c oods' FINE RIBBED 30c Lovely wool children's and sizes; extra elastic tops, spliced heel .find toe, double sol-. colors block. creacnv. 'imd--'-piidv 4 :to JS 1-2' ins. qualities. priced to -from'. to 45c In the Section representative., though 'UOG by complete, range of newest- suits, skirts and .jU'jnts that-'varw sewn, thoroughly perfect-; in representing most at the very. :modest prices. CHILDREN'SI CASHMERE 'wool, fino cashmere goods in a com- plete range of all th-? want- ed .colors.. such as tan. blaclc, sky. cardinal, creara and kind's- that suit the little miss to per- f-ecrion. Size 4 to G ins. All the OTK- price-... .'1...20c NEW brffECTOIRE A in .df'l. in 'style'Vyi. cut and .perfect fitting. Medium bust, Ions' hip and mad.-.- of fine summer p re'de. hi white v'lily. Ha? two- p'air v.'lri! grip supporter--, sides. A special- FINE CORSET to A complete range of very.heat ai-d dainty 'in. fine Swiss and cambric goods, full in. widths in 'splendid weaving and .intr edges.' Qualities a little brit'T usual at ...........25c, 35c, 50c, 75c, SOc and fj.QO SURVEYORS FOR THE CANADIAN WESTERN! At Pinchtr Building Ex- this Year Pincher Creek, Aug. rail- way survey party of .Canada Culgary to Butte. [Mont., the route of which was given by the Herald some time ago, took u few holidays last week and spent them tenting iti the precincts of the town. They returned to their; duties j yesterday and -expect to have the sur- j vey completed as far as Vmcher j Crt-ek within another week. The ad- vent of surveyors in town begat the usual ascendency of hopes, uot to Say roal estate prices in some instances. The railway, situation with regard to Pincher Creek will look considerably better and more substantial with the completion of a railway survey, but the question incc-ssantly crops up as to when thi- work of construction on the sakl .railway will commence. No-! thing in that direction is expected this year by any interested in. the natter here, and what developments another year may bring1 forth; time i alone will i One of the most enjoyable "hops" held'in this; .locality for some time i took.place at the Alexandra Hotel. ?l'iueher Station, on Friday night jlast. There was .u good sized crowd, 'good music'and a good time general- jly. It is stated that after a little j these dunces will, bo every two i he. storekeepers halt holidays, which commenced on Wednesday' June and endeS August 11, are of course j matters of histo.ry now. The scheme I was a good and sensible one, being i (adhered to by the storekeepers, and; business men of the town without ex-; jcept.ion. The. success attending- it this year is a. preitty, sure guarantee that j it wilt be repeated in. 1910. The Citizens .Bund has posters out j announcing- ..a concert and dance in the, oPera house on Friday. 27th instT. The band funds need replenishing and the -.members hope to see a material j thi'" alter this en-i tertaiimiehtj The boys are of encouragement. ._ '1 h.. H'txfer.- expert inechan-i ie. was here for over a. week dem- j onslratinjr'- automobile I without the- rubber. He was repro- senti-n-sr -the makers of the machine -in i SPORTS THE BEST AMMUNITION is required for. good shooting, notice how particular a crack shot is about the land of shells he uses? He knows from experience. TAKE A SHOT out of his locker and buy your am- munition here as he. does. "We sell to the best shots in town because they they get the best here. And we 'don't' overcharge for it either. BRANDON GOT WHITEWASHED Lethbridge Rah Away With the Game it- was really cruel what the Miners did to the Angels on Saturday in the last game of the series. It was enough to make Angels wec-p. 12 to WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE STANdlNG Won Lost P. C. Medicine Hat Calgary Aloose Jaw EETHBRIBGE iBrandon ..42 ..36 32 ..31: 22 24 30 34' 36' 38 42 51 50 .671 .639 -55S .538 -48fi. .432 .378 .306 0 .is just about representative of the play for the Brandonites were not in the game for a jVtenzel. the new slab artist was on the mound and pitched a good game although be struck out only one man. He was steady and -made them hit; into the air or little punk scratches around .the diamond. The great-and! mighty-Heinrich who has the reputa-j tion of being of the best .ever was j away -off color. He was touched up] for many, hits and his support was j rotten. Rogers and Eonesch were j away off arid she rest lacked pepper, j Tlie Angels got within hailing- Townsend' Chicken.- ;2b p out. By innings. 3 1 0 SI 3130 o 4 00 03 29 12 11 10 by batted ball. Runs 000 Hits III 4 Runs 313 Hits 402 runs, taiice of the tally-pi5fcage two or three BASEBALL JOTTINGS Sinister is.; booked- to umpire the j times. In the first with two Winnipeg-Lethbridge: Aeries. J Thompson made a' nhe two saeker Games commence at 6 oclock oiow was caught at the plate when he instead of 6.30 --to avoid havine tHem j trfed to make home on ah overthrow; HILD.WIFE CAUGHT' V. IN CHILD LABOR .go. Stano, Aged IS, and Who Makes J "Ho a Week, Held for Em- ploying Juveniles Louis. Stnn'o." the child replied ing a other girls are 'working' for] Children's She wilUbe' ta'kei.' there- today. But that her lip- hw p'rn- Ch ica ji o it T instruct K. J.tohbie, the agent, in the intricacies of-this rubberless auto mobile. the way. can cer- tainly go some. ;Funds are :low the iHej.thc Mimiorial Hospital, but let us called before nine innings on count of "darkness. Winnipeg plays three games here, tonight, tomorrow night and Wednes- day umpire that Gh'esty Cox and -Jack Corrigan had so; much trouble with Jack eorrigan 'atid Sinister- love one Wo took three games from Winni- peg when tli ey were here last time. base hit, Ronesch; 2 base hiti m; sacrifice hit Lynch, aacri-' fly Lynch: stolen bases.. Wheeler Stingle, Stanley.., Joe Heinrich 3, off Menzel hit by patcher, Townsend, Jack Chicken; .struck by'-Merizel 1: passed; ballsl S'tiharle. left on bases, Brandon 5, Lethbridge 7: time 1.30: attendance SOO'- ika- the next spasm K'ohe'seh smaahed: out a over Coxr's head three stations but never got home, i In the sixth Thompson got around to-j third, by a series :pf "happenings but j .there... Tfee locals ail the tiine BASEBALL RESULTS National inade a unique taly- Jboardt ;a3; put; vp 3 and 1 times-. That .was soihg some. .At Four nits and a sacrifice fly made-j Pbibago 2 Cincinnati .1 Boston 1 gvainie 1-h the fifffe 6n: account of --rai-a-. At four rahs easv. A pass, a steal, a i a Ltdi, cl here principally to{ They look as easy to us now as i wild'throw and Eozers' er- u L i j_t...._. .-i i d art- you, >fe. York., whose 18: A ft-atlier fac- to .be -j .busitsf-ss.' she fni-L "If the-eiri told him. "And sarr J will stop working she 1 f tins business is all nay own, Nobody explained, and will hire. sr-own "We make j men. to do tho work. I 'will .Hill little girls from, twelve to -fifteen '.years-.old. came-to the notice of f tory Inspector C. Daniels. Mr. at No. 161-.East One Hundred.'and .Sixth street, 'an-d'whvn he dropped in !.-to look it ovrr-there wasn't a prown-_ up in sight. "'Who's tin1 of Daniel.- looking nVf-r riclu The group of busy 'childrr-.n. j A bright looking arose} iivim nit nt -whidi! thf-y alJ and "T f aivi." i who ;trt- the inspector; .'asfctv.1. i can tlnd any fault with it. ft-ather. plumes, and I pay the liigh- est.-.'wages in town to my girls. Last ivwk I made out- of rny business. -r before I raadS and can that much nearly every Danieltj' bri.dit little girl, but Pfiiifcssrijlv tinder the arrest the 'i'- she was ase sKe had sit desk and 'be manager. work-woman." Then the young busi- Bosi.on. sr TO hnve the first i before ..hope iti .of an'.-appeal P.u'lj.lic the stringency 01 the ruTtning1 expenses of.-.bbat institution will be removed..: Toe: remains of Lewis the unfortunate victim of Porcupine .boulder affair.' were- to his brother in Ohio. Bros., successors to Cook. 'cKc-rricher Co.. have opezied' out .nt-ss. woman-started-Lome ;tft tell her! in .busings m the lite'- Can's old seventeen, year olct husband-. >vTn, is istaacf. a trombone' -pluyer, nil i.-ibont. ii. ..The council' wrote''premier i I-aiirier relative to their wish- to se- cure the -Janrl reserved for the H. o a.s to mjake u park of i-t. -.hi. the worW accordio- fo an That he-would dn. they yvor did. Wianipeg has a" siightly changed Line-up since they bere before. Krueger has been from sec- ond. a pitcher- has also been addetl to the staff. Secoiid Chicago- York 0. ror brought Joe" nonie safely. Me- Af St. Lynch's; a St; Louis 3 Brooklyn 9. pass t-> crack on Townsend'sj Second game- head, nnd 'Chicken's peach of a Louis 6 .Brooklyn .2. American gle to centre choice on Townsend managed to get At I j-n netted the second three. i Clfeveland 1 Boston 5. THE Hts, a steal, and'a passed ball BOXWG CONTEST '--nabled Jack to do the 'trick. m-thel'5t- J-ouis i Phiiu-delphia 2. (12 The moving 'pictures ,oi7 the-remark-! "Wlieeler mn.de'a: star caich'j At New .-cHe -encoimter which- 'took--.place'--'at j'-wne.P- Be ran back of "to .petiCKi Sydney, .Australia-., Synch's fly at this stage. 1008, between Tommy Burns of Can- ada, the wHte champion, and'. Jack Jolmson. -of Texas; the- colored en-will be: exhibited: for- the first time in Lethbri'dee at the Lyceum -Tent -Theatre- Friday- and Saturday (two of'nest addition to got all off'.the trolley -in. and the .fans'had all kinds of fun-watching; the.Miners run-''the! at will Cox doing a-slick stunt wheri lie robbed Joe of a: two-bagger by u great run and catch-over towards right.. 7 New York 3. At Washington, g JDetroit St. Eastern (11 in.V 0. iclu to i.s-ork, and since her employ-j announeVmeivc madri .today- by Char- i a. U lib were .minors, be was oblitr j J. Glidden, the woil known sioro- MagisTrnte j nnuf and in Powt''r l'y rho town-. have these lauds 01 tn-e- lig-nt- it-i 'the pfciiires-..s-how some of t-he i cept Realities of Axrstralia, the j convfct made; roads -over At 'Toronto 6 Baltimore 7. j At Jersey 5; Jersey City 1. iKochostei' I'r t'-t tuo her befor Huusv' in. -the Harlem, Court. "Thi.-; i> uot a case for have to take girl before the said Mrs. Stano. aged St- said this .-icci-'ntr-d. "A married woman, and mak-1 Sir Charles Tapper In a lon jn The- Times challen-ges the accuracv i of statements-.' made by a Toronto-j correspondent in that paper -in a let- ter in the Times oti "Atagust 7. i score would indicate- inerc .liitfe excitement in tlie game he'crowd were-' anxious to! Angels McGarryj candy kid getting three sin- spo cha-mpjon. trained in the mom- i -les Chicken dTd some stick- "V1- i- ing- views or the "beautiful.} workr too and solid by harbor of Sydney, and also many in two runs i'n the, third] Aberdeen 1; VanccMiver '2, m..) The united forces the StafTorrl: block hereby challenge the- staff of the I-ricR to a -game of "hasehaU. place and Se-ar- if challenge is .accepted'- WE ARE HERE We wish to assist you in your Publicity Campaign as we are equipped with the latest ideas in both Retail and Wholesale Advertising. We can materially assist you and ask that you give us a trial. other interesting- scenes of everyday life in the Antipodes. Many, fnces familiar to Canadians- arc .seen at the j ring side, including high govern-j ment officials, members of Parliament I and others prominent in the .social; and' pblmcal: life of Australia's cap-'j The score: ital. th-us- establishing beyond dispute j Brandon the universal interest taken in Morrill cf world-famed'' meeting. The Wheeler 2b j of this groat contest are now being i Thompson lb j shown in the first class theatres of j the United, States and .Canada at the I Tegular'scale of prices. Further interest is created in these pictures from the fact that, Johnson, the -winner has been challenged by i Heinrich p i Jim Jeffries for the championship of the world. Jeffries has deposited R H PO A Stingle Konesch 3b Traeger If Stanley rf Rogers 55 and nas retired from the stage to go into training. "Ladies can' view these pictures and see for themselves what causes the men to take such great interest 'n these big championship contests. Lethbridge Joe.. Corrigan ef .Cox If Jack Corrigan rf McOarry 3b Lyncb. c Bell W with a svrell <3rive over short. Jack! Western Canada and Cox got .a couple each the At Edmonton-First game- latter, did good work out in the field j Edmonton. 000000000-0 1 3 where he -was kept busy. The whole j Moose Jaw 012402000-9 10- 2 team played R nice fielding game i Barnstead and Gragion Welch and and look good to the- fans as they are Ward. Umpire, Garrison. Sccon-d 002 101 -Taw................ 000 100 OJ Sterling and Gragion Currie; Q Smith and Ward. Umpire, Duff. AtM edicin-e Winnipeg.................. 3 .Medicine Hat 060 000 Nelson and Davidson Cierxasn. and Anderson. Umpire, At Begina 4 Calgary 230 100" 3 Xei-denfeur Quinn and Sheehan. Umpire, Branston. Second Kegina 2 4 Calgary- 400 000 5 O Goklrich and Quinn and Sheuhan. Umpire Grimes. Our lines embrace advertising in its vari- ous forms; viz.: Ad. writing, Distributing of Advertising Matter, Demonstrating, Ad- dressing; Show-card Writing, Tacking of Cards and Signs in conspicuous places. KELLY PFAFF LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Bicycles arc rapidly coming. back ;nto popular favor, the demand this year being five times -what it w-as five years ago. We have planned for it m two by getting the very best Eng-. wheel- we can tbrpopularse'nihjr.and saving to our al! intemjeduncpro- ts by filling orders direct fy mail instead of agents. In this way we can offer of the u-hecisisnnri.vH; nly 5kHled emptovecfin K eqUIpmem is righ, up-to-date and the machines i V f recommend. We "sell Phn is to "make- wieeb serve as A the Send for illustrated folder. and TORONTO, j KETCHELL IS READY FOR LANGFORD j San Francisco, Aug. i will start east today-on j hurried trip to prepare for his bout jvrith Sa.n but received here hy friends say that he. i will spring a big surprise in. the j ing- lino on the easterners. Instead of i taking a vacation in the wikis, JKetchHl writes that he has put him- j self in first class shape and that j thinks he is going to uml Jan easy mark, he is badly mistaken. jKctchcll has followed some of the training, methods pursued by -Teffdea when' the latter used to "train- in the mountains. He_hns been hunting and fishing and in addition has followed his calling of wood cutting. He 'originally was a lumberman, and it is to the use of the axe that he attri- butes the powerful muscles of his arms. He says that he vrill make the middle weight ii rait in the match with Ijangfbrd but that he does not intend to reduce so much hereafter. HIGH RIVER BEAT EDMONTON j High River. Aug. Edmon- jtori_lacrosse team, -which has been itourtny.'.'-Sou'thes-n Alberta. (sticks here on Friday with the local 'team and defeated .by a score of to two. ;