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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta 10. IT WILL PAY YOU TO VISIT Buchaiu Big Discount Sale IF YQTJ NEED A3VY Men': OK AS HE IS GIVING 1 Q 1-J PERCENT. OFF THE PRICE OF NEARLY EVERY LINE TILL Saturday Night SEE HIS WINDOW FOR VALUES IN Men's Suits, Skirts, Underwear, Gloves, ETC., ETC. Buchan "The Men's Man" Next to Eureka Theatre Eound Street. The Lctiibrldirc Pally Herald. Friday. iftift: PRATERS DID DEVLIN GOES WRONG The Giants' Infielder Makes a Bad Break New York, July a recent game between the Giants and Superbas at Brooklyn, shird baseman Arthur Dev- in, of the Giants, made a bad break. Irritated by -the persistent taunts of n ipectator Devlin lumped into the grand, 'stand and assaulted a rooter by the' name of Bernard J. Roesler. A figh resulted, iu, which Doyle and Devore came to the assistance of Devlin. Dev lin emerged under arrest, and the spec tator with a pair of black eyes. For a few moments there was great excite- ment. Fans s'vrarmed on the field, and somebody narrowly missed Devlin with a bottle. Special officers cleared the field and play was resumed. On Fri- day Bernard J. Roesler, Jr., a livery stable-keeper of No: 464 Carlcon ave- nue, Brooklyn, whose face came in con- tact with Devlin's-fist during Thurs- day's game, had a warrant issued for Arthur's arrest. Roesler also iastruc- :ed his lawyer, P. J. McGoldtick, to enter suit against Devlin for lomplaiuant avers that he was the nnocent bystander and that Devlin, without -provocation, came up to the and struck him in the face, knock- d Mm unconscious. Roesler says he .ever- called Devlin any names, and hat the person who was villifying Ar- tie was a little fellow who sat right Behind the box occupied by Roesler. 'Ml Schmidt, Gus Whienpole and the larty. WMenpole seems to think that NOT AGREE Damage Suit Follows 'Efforts'.For Peace Springfield, 111., July the. Rev. R. B. Fisher of the Neoga Presbyterian church refused to give the Lord a favorable report concern-] iag the character of Jacob Strohl, he has been made defendant in a damage suit by the latter. Fisher and Skohl had some differ- ence growing out of the. merger ot the Cumberland Presbyterian church with the Presbyterian church, and were on bad terms. The other day following a funeral WOMAN HAD JNTARROW ESCAPE Wile of Foreman of Bo- hriistedt.'Farms Acci- dentally Shot Raymond, July 7 A. R. I. Co. has made a splendid improvement at the station here by putting in an entirely new platform. Miss McLeod, teacher at Taber, is spending a portion of her holidays here with Mrs. Rivers. On Saturday last Mrs. S. Berry, wife of the foreman at Bohrn- stedt ranch, 10 miles south .of here, was accidentally shot in a manner that might easily have been fatal. A new house nas Just been for the they at which Mr. Fisher officiated met to effect a reconciliation. The meeting opened with prayer by Strohl in which he asked the Lord with some emphasis, to give the minister more grace. Then Fisher 'prayea, invoking the assistance of the Lord to "make to to brother Strohl a better man, cause him to pay his debts and have him cease backbiting." Then he related numerous faults of Strohl and asked divine interference to rectify-them. 'You'd beiter make another prayer and straighten things ,up with the said Strohl when the minis- ter had completed. Dr. Fisher re- used. Then Strohl secured the statement of 50 Neoga residents that his char- acter was excellent and that each of the signers would loan him on his personal word if he demanded it. This was presented to the minister. He- still refused to even things up with another supplication and the i foreman and they were moving into it on Saturday afternoon. Some furniture was loaded on the wagon and Mrs. up to arrange some of it, when the hired man carelessly threw the 'rifle On the wagon, the jar discharged the rifle which was loaded 38-55 cart- ridge and shot Mrs. Berry in the thigh near the. body. Dr. Rivers' was summoned and attended the case and reports the. patient as making good progress toward recovery. Dr. J. S. Wray, of, Toronto, has arrived here to assist Dr. Rivets in his practise. Dr. Wray has been' sup- plying for Dr. Saunders at Magrath during the latter's vacation! He is an honor .graduate of Toronto' TJni- versity, and -has spent a year'as sur- ;eon in the Western Hospital, Tor- onto. Dr. Rivers and Wray have op- suit followed. THE MABKET "osh. Devore handed him an uppercut President's Lynch's Action ________ j All of Friday things, were lively in j _ 'President Lynch's office M the St. TOWN SITE ON James Building. Umpires Kiem and (Kane reported what they had seen of jthe scrap to President; Lynch, -whom Devlin called on at noon. The Na- Carmangay, July S.-The- townsite tonal League executive, also was call, of Champion, hitherto known as Clev- ed-on by delegations of rooters anx- iousto testify in Devlin's .behalf. Pres. Lynch also had a personal interview J with Devlin, who called at the office I of