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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta EIGHT THK LE1W5R! DAIL7 HERALD TUKSDAY. JTLY {3, 1920 Story of the Misadventure of Letfibridge Crew (Medicine Mat Sews.) re stout. selected, l.ethbrldge Braves, in the early stillness uf the dawu.'stole-stealthily our vil- lage full primed for battle aiid Intent lo sain those sacred l.ctti- bridge scaHvs Inn recently suspended stK-ii i.-rtMuony by our sreut hiKb priest around vur wiit- wani walls. them signs seers foretold success and we. .deseru'd our great hish Could Ijir. lament the threatened for- tunes of ii'ir aTjc-ient me. Strong hearts. took hold. The battle cry cntyhed through the early hours nf lise morn; all day mstnp tumult swept the hills, and In the glory of tlie setting sun but ouo lone l.ethbrldge brave remained to tell a vanquished a vanquished Hear .Mt'Killop. perched .uiwn n distant buite. still waved taken each meal. Reing a Bcnnine nerve litilldcr and. not a slhriiilanl or hahlt- fbrmiug rlriiK. Bilro-J'hnpshate can be eufcly Inken by (ho most delicate sitf- fdref, nd'rt Ihe results following it. use 'are often -simply, astonishliig. By Rlrongthcnlrig the nerves, weak, lirci! pcoplo regain energy ami vigor; 'Ihinnex and angularlly give way to .and..curvcs; sleep returns and chce'r- fulness, and; glooih; dull, eyes .ln'come.brlyht and', paie, ajinkcir c.lieeks' fcgdir, "ih'o pink glow of .hcnltli. use of flhtc.h IB' In'expcnsive, also ivonder- fiilly'. nrfttiioteiT the sssiru'llstion of many pcoplo (iains of weight In a lew' weeks. .Those taking H who do not (lesire'to put on flesh, should use'citra In avoiding fat-producing '..'-Atlveilissmtnl.' Two thousand five hundred dollars will lie given' in purses si the -Medi- cine Hal Agricultural Society's fair on August 5th 'and .according to a program received iiy Herald. TDc program of horse races will prove In- teresting and entry foruis can be oh taioed .from the offices ot Ihy l.etn- brMge Bpafdot Trade. following is the iirograni Special- Rules 1. In all harness races, live or more to euter four or more to' start. 2. Kntries for: harness races .close Aligu'sl 1st.- Kntry fee 5 per cent, of purse and 5 per-cent, deducted from money, winners. v ._ ugs, 4 to 3. 3. Kntrles for'runniug races. ?5.00. Score: There will he no deduction froni noney 4. -.Entries for' running races close '2 the day of 5. Uariiess races will be decided by old system, best 3iu'5. B. Jloney .divided in harness events. oO per 2J per centl and 10'per cent.' Money divided in running races, >0 per cent., 30 per cent.; and 20 liar cent. Four to enter ihd three to start. Harness avents i-oijdncled under rules of American Trolling Associa- ion. Thurkday, August 5th, 1920 lace t'- i 1. 2.-10 Pact or 2.35 Trot.Purse J250 2. ;2.15 i'ace or LMO Trol.l'urse'J400 3. Open Rim. V mile...'..Purse 4. "Medicine' Hat {Jews" mile. heats. 2 Oneu' to liorses fo'alei! within wifTadd a Silver Cup, value {15.00 to 'the purse, of owner win- ning same. Cowboy Race .........Pursp J75 '5 yards each way from the starting point, face east, swing to-left, at post turn to right, second to left, third lo right, and finish at starting point. Where more horses are entejei! the same, person, there must be different, riders, to', each horse. second. Must he at least four starters. Entries clos( in Secretary's 'office. ,'5 p.m.'day o; Entry'fe'e'sS.OO. C. Cowboy-'Relay Hace' (1st heat) Pome Tills is 'Cariartfatl Championshij Kvent, for J'inile 'race.' 1st', J150.00; Entry fee, UO.OO. Four lo enter and three to start. 'Conditions 1. This is for' Canadian Champion ship Title.... 2, This is a 4 mile race divided in to two I2> mile heals, one (I) hea each day for-the two (2) days. horses entered in this race must be saddle Horses, no breed o horses barred. Stock must hi I used-not-weighing less than Iwemi five (25) pounds. Ordinary cinch and i laligo in list he used. N'o patent de- vic'es'siich as buckles, elastic cinches. allowed. The r.arite horses must be .used every day and no change will be allowed e.xceut In case of injury or and then only with the per- iiission of Ihe judges. Bach rider must compete the full two miles every anil no change in riders will he except-in case nf injury or accident, arid.then only with the per- mission of the Judges. 4. Contestants must each have lwo( (21 horses, riding one horse first-half f changing to sec.-ond'horse second! half mile, changing back to'tlrst horse for third half mile, and final half mile tin second horse. Bach contestant will be permuted to hare one helper. Helper to hold horse ivhlch nl is. not using. a. Any assistance rendered the con- testant, by. helper outside of.-holding the iclln Immediately dls- conteslant-and his string. The duly of helper fs simply lo get extra horse on and off the Irack. will not be allowed lo'asslst in any way in saddling, unsaddling ori mounting. Helper In getting extra' horse on and oit Ihe Irack muy do s.i (n any way they see fit. as long as animals are mil abused. Any Infringe- ment .i-t these rules will Immediately disqualify'Vonlpslant and his string. Helper must not. touch incoming horse or interfere with him In any way un- til -rnnlpsliint Is on the ground Special .Iiiilces-Dr. ,1. Margrave, W. A. Taylor. Graham Manslngill Harry Jllnor. C. A. Millie. FRIDAY, AUGUST 8th. 7. 2.20 pace or 2.15'trot, purse: X. Free for all .'.--------1'urse i !l. Five furlongs, open run, I 2 In 3 10. -Open nm, 1-2 mile, 2 in 3 11. Medicine Hat "Derby." mile linals. 2 in 3 Purse }l5n! Open lo alt horses owned within ai radius of 100 miles of Medicine Hat BASEBALL Major Minors Results" and _ League Standing. NATIONAL LEAGUE Cincy Wins CINCINNATI, July won the dpeniEig game of the series1 wllh Phllartcliihia toilay, In ten Inn-! and K. Smith; sines and t'lenibiif'. Dilhoefer. St. Louis Wins BOSTON. July IS-Sl. I.onls took ihe .last game of thp series from Bos- ton d to 2 today. Koslon outhit the visitors aud tad 1G lefi en bases. St. Louis 3 S Ol Ilostou 2 12' 1' Burwoll. Soth-j nm and Harper, Fortune and Walters. Homer. Only Run PIHLAUKU'illA. July Eddte Collins' home run siiired the only tally of todjy's game which Chk-aso won 1 lo 0. Threo scratch hlis were all the hvals could get ort Uerr. II. H. Chicago___........... 1 Philadelphia 0 and Lynne; and Perkins. Othei teatns not scheduled. of 10 cent, or i fivd with and are taking is awarded to employees of the! vote on.ibVujuestlo'u. No statement Wiiinljirfi electric, railway by J utfge from the railway company In avail- Myers' arbitration butrd. it Is learn-1 able today. K. 4 1 3 1 Ferry AMERICAN ASSOCIATION St. Paul P, Coltiiubus 4. ToleJo 4. Milwaukee --3. lu'cilanaiioliF 7. Kansas City 7, Louisville 3. K-: Cincinnati u .Batteries Smith. Causey andi and U'ingo. Dogers Take Two CHICAGO. July. lielding coupled'with the weak pitching by: Martin and Hcndrlx. enabled I'.rook-: iyn to win both games of.a double i V-'T." header from Chicago ibtlav.-13 -to 4 extljele ,V and 10 to and ICdward Hay. Hri First game: n. H. Ilrooklyn 10 Chicago 4 S Second It. H. K. Brooklyn JO 13 '0 Chicago 2 3 ;4 and Krueger; lieu-, drii and Kllliter. Pirates In. 11th. INTERNATIONAL Balilrapre Vbiiffalo 5. Syracupc' Rochester 5. Jersey City l.'Ahron 5. Heading '4, Toronto 2. WESTERNCANADA Winnipei; 5. Calgary 3. Moose Jaw 1, KegEna 2. Kdmonton 2.' Saskatoou S. lilUTISH 1'ROFESSIONAL TO. REACH U.S. FRi. FOR THEIR TOUR I Canadian Ihat Harry ilisti pro: will arrive from fessional 'golfer's, Kngia'iid oh Friday, but the liner is not expected to liock before Saturday. On Sunday. ;at Biwatioy they iwill begin their tolir which will carry tliein into nioit states and into several Canadian 'provinces. I Wrentham Store of J. Hafl Walsh is Burned innings. In the eleventh with livn mi-n out. Nicholson halted for. Adams arid. purposely, filling Ihe but Filllngim could, not get the ball] over the plate for Bigbee, thus forcing! w'Mlis in .wilh the winning run. CFn.-n WltKNTHAM, July number in the vicinity have been' sick of 'Cifthuin, !y ,T.-. A I E-Ihui Ih'e kreater was a coiupjclci of. I .-I and Gowdey; Adams and Schmidt" .i'_ Giants.Lose in 10th. ST. LUIS. July Louis de- feated New to; 3 in 10 innings Ai'd met with IVIraJJ Locn'eus last ThurEd.ty and accepted an ivitatiou to nice; with (iriflith in Nejv 'ba'rton on Tlnirsdav- July 22ud'. Fill your caddy with LANKA In compliment to your friends, to do true justice to your hos- Lanka wheh you gather for tea. Each cup embodies the perfection of fla- vor achieved through skilled blending of Ceylon's finest growths. BRAID CO. .X'uncourcr, Canada 12. Cowbcjy Race (same condit- ions ys .race No. 5 of previous tlayi.....Purse Cowboy Helay Hace 2nd BIC JAIL DELIVERY ASHKVN.I.K. Tenn., July' 13- Seven pvlsoner'a. all charged with ser- ious escaped from the comhe county'Jall early today by saw. Ing their way out ol Individual cells and then dropping, with the aid of blankets tied together, from K third floor window, where walling automo- J biles carried l_lein !n frccdora, Oh! How the Housework Drags! docs not-know women and young girls who arc. continually in who always sec the dark have frequent (its of melan- cholia apparent cause? Dr. Picrce's Favorite Prescription cxer is a wonderful power over woman's delicate sys- tem. It is an invigoi.'at- ing temperance tonic and is prescribed for'the pccnlvir weaknesses of Tt is prepared in Picrce's branch Laboratory in Tiricigclnirg, Onl., and it can be procured in liquid or lablels at any drug store in Canada, Dacre, am more tlian pleased with Dr. Picrce's 1'ayofilc Prescription. I was nm-down. and so nervous thai 1 could not even slay in (he hoiise alone in the day lime and tried every kind of medicine''V heard "f hut got no result, One of. my friends advised.nfe to take 'Favorite said that il would cureTine and it did. 'After faking four hollies I felt like a new woman and it isalso the very best mCdiciiic'for a-vvoiiiaii rearing a family. "1 will recommend 'Favorite Prescription' to any one 'suffering like. I did." JOSEPH BEAUDKY, Too Much Appetite When the skin is sallow. or yetiow, the eyes dull, the head aches or steep broken and unrefreshing, the back aches, or there is a pain under the right shoulder it is an indication that the body is being poi- soned by poorly digested and imperfectly elim- inated food- waste. It is a wise thing to take Beecham's Pills to relieve by helping to remove the CTIH Bett-Inttuth; It Deceive a eiUtr u u vilitlon'you eai eta- The Farmer-Banker Alliance go to jour erf or legal advice; to the doctor for medical advice; why not to The Merchants Bank for financial advice? .If you want a ban to buy cattle, hogs or you information u to .h'oW: to invest to those "who iriake a business of financial matters, and are in a position to jfive you sound and impartial advice. MERCHANTS BANK Head Office; Montreal -OF. BRANCH, CANADA. R J DINNING, n Tuejdnyi a'nj VALUABLE DOCUMENTS policies and other val- uable documents at home 'where- they arejikely to be lost or mislaid; ,The Deposit of this Bank provide at a1 moderate cost an excellent means of keeping valuable papers. m THE CANADIAN, BANK OF COMMERCE PAID-UP CAPITAL -REiSERVE FUND LETHUniDGE W Manager The Home Cooks KBOW When Pacific Mflk first came on the matket-we had many professional cooks try il and'give thetr opinions. But really it 13 the recfpea and experiences in home kitchens tliat are most ol. Pacific Milk Co. Ltd. FACTORY AT LARONERl B. C. 1 Steamship F'or full infonuation'i re. iailj and on C. P. B. CUNARQ WKITE STAR AND ALL OTHER LINES Apply THE ROSStreR AOeNCIES Kignbotha-n Block, 1412 Information Northern Navigation Sailings Three' sailings, from Duluth 'Arthur and' Windsor'; 'llamonic Norotnc nnd JIuronic, leai and I rJPK Port Arthur, Mon Vslv xotir local ticket or R ORAWFORD THE HANDSOME STONES On vlow here are rot so er- piitisiVe as you may imagine. 1 We prepare them-ivhen-iio im- niedialc ortlera are on liaud. LethbriJge Monumental EfGHTH STREET SOUTH The Wonder Flour HAVE YOU TRIED IT? ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT, ASK FOR AN OGILVIE COOK BOOK-FREE CUNARD ANCHOR Anchor Donaldson PROPOSED SAILINGS NEW AND LIVERPOOL K.A. Vif. July 17 Caronla 21 K. A.'Vlc. Aug: 14' .Cdrouia i.'Au'g. 21 V isari' July 20 NEVV AND SOUTHAMPTON Aquiltnu Jnl} 31 Aug Irnprrator Aug 12 Aquiktlll I -S NEW via WoVille L tolumbJi July 31 Columbia 'S .Columbia .Se'pt: 25 Columbia .Oct.. U NEW lltlla Salurnia .July 17 .Cassandra .'Aug. 7 Siiliirnl.i ,Aug.21 Cassiimlra .Stpt 11 For full It li. or H. S. Agents, or Company's bffttu SCOTT BLOCK, 270''Main' St., Winnipeg.' 31 EVERY MAN RECOGNIZES- Hie ilnty he owes Id ills wife, and olhcr members of Ills tainilj' soe Iliat c.icli one of them is iirovfded for nftcr liis ilecenso well before, but in imm.v inat'anc'es omlls. to arritugcmeiit.'' HS will cupfiro MF Ihcir Eiffnira being prbijerly tnahngcd after his demise. The sppoinlnicni of this Company, as Gxccnlor atirt Trualee inulcr yniir Will, ivill Kafoguard :ihd relievo llicrn of might onerous to (hem. _..-._ _. dullei which, ntcrvlewfi mil corrpsiioiulcnce The British C a n a d i an Trust Co. 315 FIFTH STREET SOUTH LETHBRIDCE, ALBERTA PHONE 1843 C.P.R. TO LIVERPOOL July 24 .'.'..V... July 28 ..Prince Frerf, William .....Victorian Aug. Aug. 7 Aug. 11 Aug. 14 Aug. 21 Aug. 23 Aug. if Sept, I 8 Sept. 15 Eniprets ol MeUgima Corjican ..Prince Fred, Wm. Victorian Emprsss of Franci Empress of Britain TO GLASGOW: July 31 Sicilian 11 Fretorian Sept. 8 Sicilian 15 Prelorlan application form) ftupplied.) Call or write for full -tlou, 0. P, n. Office, JA3. GORDON Depot Ticket Agent PHONE S1Z Tlcheli on all At- lantic llr.d. ;