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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 28, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta round*, UrM iiiglUiika.�ta. air, the representative o(L-thB. considered perfect by experts. T1}W'grain was plant ed and the resuttiag igraifi saved for rthe next year. Oije huTidred grains wete planled 10 in'aj^row, 10 rows to the plot* pi �pcriinent' g^^ the ^ear .aft�r,lllrom the^ first yield. The best .of the.'jgrain was replanted each successive 'seueon, until now the 10 acre field shows yields of from 40 to 65 bushels an acre. "We hardly dare tell the public about this ritarvellbiis yield,." said-Prof; Crossley, "because even the farmers .iron't believerit. But down; in Mahaeka county j let a farmer have a sack of our new ^ain to use, and his yield was eWrmous, too." , The average grain; of'wheat will produiee]30Q to 600 grains on the stalk. 80 each time a grain is dropped in the soil at the college here it means 600 times iis much gobd to other farmers as it meant the first time Prof. Crossley began to experiment. AH the yield will be distributed among farmers. Bo pleased was Secretary Wilaon with results that the government- is [Tiow paying half the expense of opn-tinuing the experiments. W A. Ott left in his auto for the moufitainB yesterday morning. At M' 4tnle;%eDiMJi�^ot�i by IIy/JiaM^^bo iajt^g tb#; oity^'iiiU It* 9m. by FSlUie Aner tion^ #t .Sv pfonipt, tb� aaperidr " ' -- o�k Sideboaid, iTe Oak Dinidi BM" drop heM^ SDiniiiRdbairl; Sail by ns Rann, B�U Piano' itDresiert and Standi' %|inag||aiidinntti^ S�ci�taive, Rnpi >�to.vittao, ; ANOfl buggy Set Work BameNi^dextra Drrr ing ditto. Goodfc on View Mott ^ay from 10 till 4. f 161 oiAninRunaira,! Tablea.McOlaigf:' HOKSE AfteiTy.Cobb For SpikiBJ fbqrcrs - .Chicago, Aug. 27.-President Johnson l^t-'" night declared himself against.'.'what he styled the rowdy tactics* aeeips to be the chief offender ahd^^a word of advice should go a long way. He muat stop that sort of playing or he will have tc quit the.'gami^. Steps will be taken to overcome the possibilities of spiking- players. Jfust what action will bp talkn I am unable to state, but chances are that the players will be made to wear shorter spikes than before." TWOGAMESAT tflE HAT YESTERDAY Lethbridge Lost the First and Tied the Second Kaabit.; Mtel^., Aug. 2T:-'Ty" Cobb;' the star outfielder of the local American League team, positively denied today that he or any other members of the Detroit team have attempted to spike ^Isiyers on opposing teams. After reading the statement of President Bah Johnson, that he, Cobb, must stop spiking players or quit the game] Cobb said: "I have 'never attempted to spike another player, and I deny positively the charge that I have employed dirty Unities. � Of course. I run the base;^ hard, and slide hard, but the base lines by every 'rule of baseball, belong to the runner, and if the baseman chooses deliberately to get in the path and try to block tiie runner off. he does'so at his own pe'nl. I did not inalitriottsly spike Tliird' Baseman Baker, of the' Philadelphia team. I slid into third base and he was on the line. "The umpires whom President Johnson hires, have' Ken me every I'timel have,slid into a base, and the ba^emsnhli's been hurt. II I have munferously and deliberately .tried to putiaay of dieee men out of the game ^1^/ ^aye not the (imlpiires reported niie^-LTher luww perfectly well that theie;lha4 been no effort on my part to injure other players." IE' r#Hd�iiM of |; C. MoraJBgBtiK AUCTION INSTRUCTED by Mr. J. C 'Moniiiiff�tar, who � hMm tlMCitya wiU Mby PublkA^elMtfoB SUiirdJiy iiMit, Soptombw 4lli, it 2 o'dbclc. Ibis watf^biiilt 'MODERN RESIDENCB ContBiniiiif aavca rooim, wandab and built and 12 months; Medicine Hat, Aug. 27.-In this afternoon's gapie the Miners could do nothing with Dunn who was at his best, lu the sixth, up to which time not a "hit- hiut been made off him, Joe Corripan led oH with a two sacker and was scored by Jack's .sin-gle. In the eigiith the (Miners hid a chance to tie up the game, as Pieh and Joe Corriaan got down an errors and made second and third in another heat. Chesty came through with a hit and scored Pieh, but infield outa retired tlie liext three men. For tlie Miners, Pieh was the offer-ing on,the ^lab. After he had walked ojie and had been touched for a three bagger and a single and-hit another, Ke Went to left field, Qqi coming in to third and McGarry going into the box. .As the summary shows he was hit hard but the ,sliaug!liter did not come until tlie eighth when Harper led off wjth a thcee bagger. Two errors, a squ'ecite play and three hits resulted in four rims being tallied. Up to this point the game was a most exciting one. LlSTHBRIDGE- AB R H O A E Joe Corrigan, cf. ... 4 1 1 1 0 2 Gox, H-3b. - .......... 4 0 1 .0 1 0 Jack Corrigan, rf. .. 4 6 1 I 0 0 McGarry 3b-p. ...... 3 0 0 1 4 1 Lynch, c............ 4 0 0 6 1 1 Bell, sb............. 4 0 1 2 5 0 Townsend, lb..... 2 0 0 11 0 0 Chick, 2b. .......... 3 0 0 2 2 0 Pieh, p.-lf, ..... 3 10 0 11 2 4 24 14 5 MEDICINE HAT- AB R H O A E Bennett, cf......... 3 2 0 0 0 0 Campbell. 21)1. 3 1 0 3 2 0 Wilson, It. ......... 4 1 1 1 0 1 Zimmerman, rf....... 3 3 2 0 0 0 Zwicker. c. ....... 4 1. 2 6 0 0 Wihisman, lb. ..... 3 0 2 9 0 0 Childers, 3b........ 5 0 0 1 3 1 Harper, ss........... 4 I 1 ,7 3 1 Dunn, p......I...... 4 0 1 0 2 0 9 9 27 10 3 Runs by Innings: Lethbridge ,^ ......... 000 001.010-2 Medicine at .......... 202 010 04x-9 Summary: 3 base bits Zimmerman. Whisrnan. Harper; 8 base hits, Joie CorriganV Dunn Zwicker. Whisman. Sacrifice Kits. Pieh. Campbell, yfiU son, Zwicker, Whisman. Stolen bases. Jack Corrigan; Chick, Bennett. Campbell Wilson. IJiouble 'plays, Diinn to Harper to ^iThisman. Hit by pitched ball. Chick, Whisman. Bases on balls: Off Pieh. 1; of! McGarry 4 Off Dunn, 3. Struck out: By Me^ Garry, 5; by Dunn 6. Umpire Shus-ter. Thm Shirt Confortalito" V Yo^ cah^t get away, from it- this ^ORf^ Coat SUrt is 1^ eaaiett-fittiiig. most correctly tailored shirt you can buy tojer. f::; '^gck b. At^'Butkd , Profeeaional h^aeball in Lethbridge Ik a:, thing of the. paat/but baseball still livee. The employes of the O. Dnadheer Co. and H^ck Hardware Co. met last night on the local diamond to vent their haa^ball enthusiasm and put up, a pretty crediUble gainetftoo. The pltohlng: was not of thealyle oLLeiie and McNeill, and conaequentlf there was some heavy !battiiig;;^(|Dne on both sides. The Bradbeer Co. boys, however, aiH>ar-ently had their opponents outclassed as they started in with i big lead, and closed with a much bigger lead; Wedd. the pitcher of the Bradbeer jteam, in^e, the only home run of the''game vlanding a long fly along th�f^flrat' hue line. The play was al-ma�t duplieiited by Mahoney of the opposing team but Mahoney got out at the home plate. Sixteen to eight was a rather big lead for the victors but the Hick boys are not by any; means disoouraged and informec' the Herald last night that they are pre^ pared, to play any firm in the city at football, lacrosse and baseball. The following was the line up: Htck Hardware Co.: Spence. Orice. Shover, Mahoney, Watson, Taylor, Dickson, McGuire and Robinson. Bradbeer Co.: McBeth, B. McKay, Bradbeer, Murray, Posthill, Oeyer. R. McKay, Johnson and WedJ. ; ilie. score by innings- Brkdbeer ;Co. 4tiVS4^le Hiok Hardware Co...... 114 300- 8 The Menu at Ite Merti 111 iajia exteniive aa any in >  tfcecity. * Open day and ni'trht. Ereirytltiaff in aeaaon, t eesbfe...... CHESTY'S GREAT CATCHES The clouters took a. night off in the second game. Lynch being the only man to hit for an extra base. The game was a hard fought one all through for while Campbell was hit more often than McNeill, he passed t^wer men and struck out eight to "Tacks" two. Chesty Cox was the hero of the game, his two singles being- clean, hard hits, and his fleld-ive of bip league character. In the fourth he captured a fly in foul territory behind third base and got one off the very next batter in behind second; With errorless play on both sides the score would have been a oue-one tie, each tpam earning but a single run. LETHbRIDGE- AB R H O A E Juc Corrig�n, cf. ... 3 0 1 1 0 0 Cox, If..............4 2 a. 5 0 0 Jack Corrigan, rf. .. 8 0 I 0 0 0 Ohjfok. 2b. � � For full particulHrs apply: to' nearest agent, or to - J. E. PRoioTOR, Diatrict Passsniikr Agtnt.. a. We^ Fi^d of 0^ I...,. So -'are.. people who eat at Fit^iQfi Cafe ' smmi^mamammamBemmmm FORD STREET Next to Post Office Block We are still serving the usual GOOD meal at the mm mmm The King Edward Restaurant The Place to (iet a Good Meal I 21 Meals $5 Board and Room $7 ai week Candies, Fruit, Cigars and Tobacco Round Street  Next Xnmber Yard UPTONR POOL ROOM . : la an pplied with the' acsT riXTUtts in alberta And is cool, bright and pleasant. Iteat Cigars and I' TobMeoa in stdck ~ I' Barber Shop* {a Comtielifia ' S!aiM�ment of Oliver Block �N0TICE- Thanking tlie public for the credit given to the club cafe for quick service and first class meala, I wish to state that Charlie Gasswettiltannerly of the Caatle Hotel has the complete management of the kitchen and dining room of this high class restaurant using only white help. Hence w^ican further guarantee the'public better service than ever. Sincerely soliciting your patronage, I 'reinain, '  Your servant, 1. V. RODGERS The Dakdii Podl Room On Ford St. opposite � t'ostoffice, formerly managed by W. M". Murray has changed hands and willj Iiereafter be managed by Fred Langley, fofpi--. erly of the R. Wallace Cigar Store. kindly invites his friends to call and see him. an^ assurea them a choice, line of cigara'and^tobacco to choose from. / Yours, FRBP. LANGLEY mm ;