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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 2, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta V THE DAILY HERALD Wednesday, July 1D13 COFFEE and BAKING POWDER You TORJT the cook in but if iro'j UES It poor you caiinoi gei sails- factofv-FMults. Blue ptbbon Baking Ponder-Jt.makes ibc lightest and best pastry and Ribbon, the elmdard of qudily Tea3, Coffees, Baiins Povdere, Jelly Spices, and Extracls, i SAND SPENT HAPPf DAY Immense Crowd Witnessed one Best Program of Sports Ever Pulled Off. e'. to win.v each i The first ganie '.was -toft eta BO.W Island and Ilutdttt. rrsullmi; in a win (or-thf home twin a score of MEDICINE HAT Errors and first diss "plays were made throughout the game ami it was very hard to pick the' The weather man i-ouUn t [jni.-iid, liurdelt's new-classy i handed out better than ht pjirher. pilchtd gond. ball, and did av BOM IsUnd for the ed-hard to win, b'lt ft nunibfr o! cr-] celebration of 1'aiud.i's supporters lost the i The vv'calhtr conditions were more than could'be hoped 'tor, and was jubilant over his generous dealing. By noon th: and streets wftf nearly dried [up', after the- soaking they received [last week, and with thf Old Sol still t beaming, thr citUens had one oJ tbc tbcst celebrations ever witnessed, in that growing" little town. this ideal day and a good pro- gram of sports. It "hardly need be said Ihnt tic ccltoution was sue- The line up Uowlblaad _ Sjnilh, s's.; Sickles, 3b.; t'jrpenlier, lb.; Armstrong. 2b.; J. it.; fraser. If.; D. For- tune, o.; E. Bejuin, ct; A. Fortuac, P. rf.; J.-Eiusrd, p.; .Which all justice Stuart Addressed Canadian Medicine Hat. June ceislul Fully" fifteen" hundred peo'plt jenjojfd and drove, game in the evening wcs from a radius over fifty miles tojtween two eicnly matched te taie part. H was arranged to haie I I alf tht ]yCdiCinr IIat c.; c't. Score, by tunings Bow Island guide tt Thorpe lb.; Uwi prevailed {and no accidents marred the. pleasure 'of th'e holiday celebration, t The parade in- (be morning Vas -'the- .greatest ever Veen, .being both'.in- and'amusing to'the thro'ng- the fiver stop at (iussy LaU and these Bame was exhibition of bal of the three games and both teams 1 streets and parks were gailr 4ecor- their fans and fanettes looting final jaleu." Horse races b> Jocal horses proved good sport in the'atternoon, while tract spoils on .the track. _Big Crowd From all- Pails of Country Enjoyed Well Ar- v .-ranged Program ________________________Burdctt io that people.fiom towns misfit bt present. ___ ___ ___ _.._ ______ IT ft 1 ft JK ft ft i Decorations elaborate on their rcspccthe sides. The fina A I I ft U Ull ft III I A V !main buildings! Canadian Pags, L'n-i score resulted'in a win "for Winnitreu r H. H 11AK HI I llH I to" Jacks mi in small mauin of 10 to 6. L Ml UniUlinilUni Uanre. and presented a fine appear- The Grassy Late players tooV de-itVM a and r. _____ "jancc when the visitors stepped real sports, and are getting lay sluggers tallied another lu thsftne east-liour.d fljfcr in the ruornins. every game they play. Tbry the evening closed in tlie greatest celebration Carmaugajr can .cettaJnljr celebrate. .The. tOTin.wAfi fullpf people and they came In ?s, fax. .out as sixty .T.he.re.'sris. s.owethjng doing had a toed full The. aguatlc. shorts inno- i'1 Its the -i Val- and ill Sp'orU :v. At o'clqck-in the'morning 'tVc'-couBtryMOla. egnrding" tho ;is your Correspondent .wouldn't risk' of publica- r, j Three Rl.vers, June supre- iacy oi-the church in matters .moral hd religious, jts right to .be the sole ma am ice' in the dels- gates being prtFent from all parts of the 'The hall was.' filled with citizens of-the-town showing-great Interest. -The" morningl'l- eesfibno .We're .opened "hy Maurice tie? who-welcomed the dele'galej.- on'the i part' of the Three Rivers. VVON HONORS I cities are "i window i i; nVi'r-rl are (o bt :_ Fernie, and relurnlnc the coal fieldi west of itinerary calls.for, a stop at Regiria on." Sunday morning, August irrlvalat Blairiuore on th'e IStb, and IE k stop 'could made here" for a couple of hours' It would be'an'easy matter to take the''visitors nh a trip by. auto to the mines anil about l.elh- bridge, giving them a view of the cou: leea bridge, and aoinft of lire-farm.' Ing.coiintry to tue east, The matter lias been b.-ought to the attention of the boards of trade, the ilway officials, the .Natural resources panment of'the C. P. R., _jvcrnm'eot at Ottawa, and It h likely that something can b6 arranged along Oie line that Is wbich appreciated by th.e people of-fhs coal towns and elites alMg'the Pass route. '.v ;'j, HEAT PROVED FATAL June Hugh lock, about fiO, of Orangcburg, S. C. fell unconscious from the heat here tcilaj in the public, square and flirt on the lo tho hospital, (rector of the. education nd.'the a' lihiled Ca.th- ol.ic. hi ..Canada' Initca'd ..______ ___, IjIb'craU .and Consor-'lthe Juvenile horaewofnari from'Can- t'" -e' 'the..doc- ada, won' the ptfawa'cup'fe.aiurday at- M'l.nie.d, at .'the'opeiilnf.. o( the Inlern'atiorial llorw the, aseoclatlod ofJOIympla. ;