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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta TH1 LETH BRIDGE DA I tY HERALD; THURSDAY, AUOUiT II, II fOUR We still the usual GOOD MEAL at the IBTtttttT MAROONS TOOK THE FINAL GAME We're Proud of Our Cook So are the people who- eat at FORD STREET Next to Post Office Block Eat in mud be secluded at the New England (H (he SUNUOHT I New Hill Block 1 Jj Electric Fans Good 3 They All Say That Hazelwood's Ice Cream It the beet We tell it Chow Sam Co. How did it happen? Well, ?oni.? blame it on Shuster and others give aiina the credit. -.Possibly it combination of the two. The deci- sion was pretty close for Larry Piper on third- in the -seventh but- Shuster gave it to him and we must say that Bhuster has been pretty fair through- out the games here. That was whet; Winnipeg won the game-anyhow. It all happened in the seventh, who.-, those five jruns came in to supplement the one in the second. "Except for that wild, innings the Miners ha-1 them going, and, even the star pitchor Collins couldn't keep down their ba't ing averages and Collins pitches a pretty ball generally. did. pretty well most of..the time giving the (Maroons ten hits it1 all" but he wasn't up to his usual niark by any means or Winnipeg wouldn't have had a look, in. Joe Corrigan started the ball roil- ing last night in the, first with a two .base hit, and made a repetition; ttox's play on Tuesday evening- with the exception that Joe slid safe a-id Avoided the technicality that out C-ox out. -Beattie, who walked in the third, got to third on Holmes' fly and scored for the Maroons after fly had been caught. .But Lezie was not the- only man who let the batter -.vslk last night. Qollins had his too letting Lynch.to first on balls in the second. Anderson made a lovely throw to sec- ond and spoiled the game here how- ever. JTothing doing in the- third- iaut good fielding for the Miners and Mar- oons: But in the fourth, the Miners got busy and landed two runs and things looked easy for a third victory over the Maroons-. Cox and Jack Corri- gan, the leading with a two- .bagger and Chesty with a sacrifice, crossed the-plate. It was the fateful seventh that told ttie tale however. The Maroons seem ed for the first time to locate Lezie's ball here and did some tall hitting. Collins led with a safe hit and Larry Piper worked that little bunt -ind .beat it to first. Anderson got anot.Vjr and Bond and Beatty the heavy "Ut- ters got a three bagger each. All fiv.e mad.e good. It was painful but it cauldnt be helped. They stopped there. They couldn't have got ano- 'ther in a_weelc. Lynch scored for the 'Miners in die seventh, making a beautiful two bag- ger and getting in on Holmes' error on third base. That ended it. The eighth brought no results and Shunter called the game as it was getting pretty hard -to. locate the leather irirthe gathering dusk. That's all. thpy put up ball anyhow. AN EXPERIENCED HOUSEWIFE that Suallfhl Soap a wonderful saving of and labour in houst- cleaalnf. Whether with hot or cold nothing the dirt oft to quickly and without tajury Soap. UM It Sunlight way. Follow directions. HON. MR. FISHER SOUNDS WARNING ft FARMERS (Continued from Front fruition of their highest .Lever Brothers, Toronto, will send you free a cake their famous Plantol toilet soap, if you mention ibis, paper. TWO SWEET THINGS in .-your girl and box of Chocolates, .Caramels or taste- that-lrngers taffy you promised her last night. Take her OUR PURE CONFECTIONERY Maids, --wives and -widows sing its. your best girl a chance to sing them too. Popular prices. Rochon's Kandy Kjtciien Confectioners and Ice Cream Specialists BREAD, CAKES PASTRY from tbe HYGEIIC BIUHY On Sale at Bradbeer and. Oo.'s Store The Good Oo.'i Store JL Macdonald and Co V Hon. G. P. Graham Ifi Oliver are passengers on of Ireland, due in-Quebec 5; struck out by- Collins G, by Lexie 6. .Double play, Jack Corrigan to Lynch to Bell; left on bases, Winni- peg- 8, Lethbridge 3; time 1.45; at- tendance 500; umpire Sinister. the i'deal.s. "Tho farm is not the place for man of no education. A man with best education can devote it fcll to agriculture and find there abund- ant scope for "all his aspirations ami desires work-ing out the agricultural problems-that confront him. Farmers' Problems "The farmer has lots of pro'jlocis. Sometimes it is the problem of not having enough moisture -oil it is that of having too s Foresee Problems jto look the world in the face, proud "It is our duty to "see what is com-i to call ourselves Canadians. Wt ing. We ivould not deserve any cred- it if after the problem is patent to must hand over the soil, our institu tipns and character as a nation to all, we tried to it. It is for us {the future generations. We can do it to look .ahead -and have the solution j if we will.. It is the duty of the citi ready when the __ public asks the ques- tion. xve have to make zens to deal .with all public matters oh the broad line of general welfare experiments that others think are un- i considering the present aid the future necessary and a waste of time. But j1 appeal to you all and to. aH citi- we must plan years ahead so as to zcns to join in this grand and glor- have the answer ready when, the answer question conu-s. Hence it is that Mr. Fairfiekl and the ..others associated with him at the experimental farm will do much work that you will not think much of and may even ridicule. But they .are looking ahead for the solution of possible-' problems that ma.y confront vou later on. 3 3 3 3 23 9 24 010 100 OGO 50-6 200 runs; Winnipeg Lethbridge 1; 3 base hits, Bond, Beatty; 2 base hits, Joe Corrigan, Cox, Lynch; sacrifice hits, Krueger, McGarry, stolen bases, Piper, Krueg- er, Beatty, Grogan, Joe Corrigan, bases on balls, off Collins 2, offLezie THE BEST AMMUNITION is required for good shooting. Ever notice how particular a crack shot is about the kind of sheila 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 know they can always get the best here. And- we don't overcharge for it either. Methbridge Sporting Goods Co. ious work of building up A nation. 1 we do, we shall succeed and Canada will be great among: the. nations of the world." Mr. Fisher's eloquent and. practical; address was frequently punctuated with applause and the expression of approval at the close showed that those present appreciated his address. Veterinary-Department Eminent Agriculturist "Thiy is only one of the many j The chairman after the conclusion of our work. The veterin- of the address remarked that he did nry department has a most import- not wish to prolong the meeting un- ant work. have had some (duly-but they had with them a form- ality ihc of the'er Canadian professor who was now :ranching conditions by which the an-; one .of the most eminent agricultural imals ran free upon the prairie. It j authorities in America., Prof-. Shaw. has been terribly difficult with i He knew that the members of the I the contagious diseases. Mange has J Canadian Club would like to have a caused ,n great deal of work. It words from him. He expressed been very hard to-get the owners of J the pleasure of the club" in having with them a party of American, edit- ors. American settlers have the stock to take precautions avoid the mange-.. They would not dip their cattle as the department wished and ures were necessary to make them protect themselves.: arid ..other owners in. this way. But it is -decreasing, and in a few years ;'.vre hope to see ir. good here and we wanted more practically suppressed. of sometimes severe raeas- [them. The agricultural editors ty looking over the country vrith an open mind would by giving can-did, expressions of the country, do the country a great service. He asked i .Prof Shaw to speak. Fight Against Glanders j prOf. ghaw accepted the invitation s another disease that and gave a splendid address coatatn- has caused a. great deal of trouble, ing some most practical advice to both in tho East and the West. I tbe community and to the govern- flo not like to attempt impossible nients of Canada and the province. tasks and do not like to ask parlia- The ad-dress, which will be reported ment for money-..to be used in at- fully tomorrow, was received tempting the impossible. I therefore great enthusiasm by his hearers. Tent Theatre, THURSDAY, AUGUST 19 ONE OJf-LY A melange of and Melody. Comedy, Music and. Dancing One of the. musical ever pre- sen ted'in Lethbridge Peopled pretty girls, amusing 'comedians and good singers Prices 50c, 75c and Seats cm sale at J. D. Higinbotham Moving Pictures of Fight on Friday and Saturday- MOVING PICTURES. ADVANCED l VAUDEVILLE.] 1.- Jist it Tmt 2. Maple Stfar 3. Ihrry Up, Piease i ii S O N C3- The Songs My Mother Used to Sing PRICES I5c AND 25c THE THATENS In another new-comedy act entitled A Woman's Wit" Neve. Original, Fiumy< Wurnelle and Nelion In an Acrobatic Novelty Act Introducing Julie Nelson, the- famcnis .Norwegian Violin .Virtuoso MADAME DELMAR, Noted Palmist To remain in the city Three Days Longer Mad.mie Delmar is the most wonderful Life Header that has ever visited Lethbridge. She reads your life from your hand the same as from an open book, During the past six weeks she has read the hands -of hun- dreds of our best ladies and gentlemen, and "not one complaint has been not one mistake has been made, v' everybody has been perfectly .satisfied. If you are skeptical or doubt that this remarkable palmist can reveal every inci- dent, of your life, past present and future, ask your friends. They will tell you that they had the most remarkable read- ing of their lives and that'. Ma- dam Delniar proved to their entire satisfaction that palmis- try is an exact science. If you wish to find out -what the fu- ture has in store for you, either in business, love or money mat- ters, call and have your palm read. It will cost you nothing imless you are perfectly satis- fied. Office Hours 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. ROOM NO. 1 SHEPARD BLOCK SOPHY OF KRAVOWA Author Of The Prisoner Of. Zenda" Marknrt took out bis letter aud pre- sented it. with a salute. "Sit down while I read it." said the prince, seat- ing himself at the table. The prince read his letter and sat playing with it in his fingers for half a minute or so. Then a thought seemed to strike him. "Heavens. I never told to General Peter to light fires! I hope he has. Stenovlcs. I You're -wet and Zerkoviteh is terribly nl departure." "Perfectly correct, captain. Tonoor- row I shall give you an answer ad- dressed directly to the king, but I .wish now to a mes- shall ask tbe liable to take cold." He jumped up. king for an are making a new departure this season, and have sell wheels direct ty mxif, __ ocr customers all intermediate By this plan can offer _ Regular Hyslop Bicycles for Thii lurpriiiTtf value in first-class wheels will be import- ant help to the restoration of-their popularity. We hare pUnncd for a big bicycle year, and are ready with the. best machine for the money ever offered in Canada. (ot Folder Limited and TOIIONTO, ONT. -BALANCE OF- Summer Millinery Selling at LESf THAN COST To Make Room For New Goods C. A. COQKSLEY Hill Block Oorntr Stort Dufftrln StrMt. "Excuse me. We have no bells in this old-place, you know." He ran out of the room, closing the door behind him. Markart sprang to the door. He did nof flare to open it. but he listened to the prince's footsteps. They sounded to the three, four, five. six paces. They stopped. A door open- ed and shut Marknrt made a. mental note and went back to the fire, smiling. I He thought that idea of his really I would please Genera! Steuovics. In three minutes the prince returned. "I did Peter injustice. Zerkovitch's fire is all he said, "and there's a good one in your room, too, he tells me. And now. Captain Markart, to our business. You know the contents of the letter you "Yes, sir. They were communicated to me in view of their urgency and in case of accident ID the letter." "Aa a matter of form, repeat the gist to Stenovlcs has to Inform JQQT roya! highness on the king's be- btjf that his majesty sees no need of a pertonal interview, as his ruind is irrfv- ocably, fixed, and he orders your royal hifhness to set out for Germany -with- in three days from the receipt of this latter. No pretext is to delay your roy- CHEESE FACTORY BURNED Kingston, Ont. Aug. chease factory on Bath Road, Collins Buy, was destroyed by fire this, together with the machinery and a large quantity of cheese ready for shipment. i Markart listened to the foottttft. audience. Un- less he appoints a time within two days I shall conclude that he has not had the letter or, pray mark this, has not enjoyed an opportunity of considering it inde- pendently. General Stenorics nut consider what a responsibility -un- dertakes if he advises the king to re- fuse to see his son. I shall await bta majesty's answer here. That ta the message. You "Perfectly, sir." "Just repeat it Tbe terms Im- portant.'' Markart obeyed. The prince sodded his head. "You shall have the tatter for the king early in the morning. for bed! I'll show you to your They went out and turned to tbe Mt Markart counted their At .MX paces they came to n door and It Fonr farther on the prince him Into the room where be sleep. It "wis evident that tfce had made personal inspectiou of state of M. Zerkovitch's fire! "Good night, captain. By the king continues "Dr. Natcheff says, sir, that think his majesty was crer better his life." The prince looked at him for jMt a moment, with n reflective radio, "Uh, and a trustworthy man, Nitetaffl Good Mnrkart did not see much itMM to think that tbe question, the (To continued.) ;