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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lelhbfidge Dally herald. Friday, July PLASTERERS, ATTENTION! Have just car of Hammer Brand Plaster of Paris. There are other brands Some are good, some bad, and some indifferent By buying the Hammer Brand you take no chances PIONEER Main Yard, Round Street, Phone 763 MBER North Yard, Westminster Road, Phone 1063 Yards at Lethbridge N. Lethbridge Taber Bow Island Milk River High River Claresholin Nanton Granum Carmangay Barons Kipp Jet. BASEBALL SCORES i ASSOCIATION At Louisville 3 5 st Paul 4 6 At 4 11 Kansas City.......... 3 5 At Indianapolis............ 2 S Minneapolis............ 7 10 At Toledo- Toledo 0 6 5 12 NATIONAL At Brooklyn............ i 5 Second -PiTtsburg............" 7 11 Brooklyn 0 s At Cincinnati. 2 5 Philadelphia... .-_. 3 10 .Ac Chicago 3 g Boston Q 9 At St. St. Louis 2 7 New York __ __ '0 AMERICAN York- New York 19 15 St., Louis f 2 1 At Washington .'i. S 11 Cleveland.............. l g Philadelphia SHOE POLISH Mo hard work. In 1 iiwtantly hard, brilliant, lasting, waterproof poltoh. no or othor injurious AU.DEALKJt8.1Oc. 1 TMC f. r. DALLftY OOW LIMITED, Hamilton. Cttt., and PREFERENCE BEFORE THE COMMONS A Prize For Load oi Tlie Largest People 2 6 At Boston Boston .Detroit A 110.00 suit of clothes to the man or boy bringing to the store the load of people mat- ing the biggest purchase on the first day of the BIG GASH EAISLSTQ-SALE at CORNELL TRAVIS, LETHBEIDGE Sale being conducted by Parrot Give a yell and Parrot will count "em. Asquith Refuses Consider Balfour's Policy London, July the Commons today Hon. took his last op- portunity before the next Imperial Conference to' raise the Question of Imperial preference. He remarked on the consistency wherewith since Canada made its first appeal in 1843, way as a manager of a business. Port Huron's, next mayor -will re- jCeive a salary of and will j'probably be chosen on account of (business ability more ithan for .per- sonal popularity. Each of the four commissioners will receive a salary of j year. At present Port a may- J or and 23 aldermen, receiving an ag- I gregate of as salary, compar- ed to under the new plan. I At the -council meeting -wihen the To'new Plai1 was adopted was charged to this, and when it was concluded it Over Sunday Bali in j was announced that the gate would be ies Arrested. i opened for five minutes to allow any to leave the Y., July State j League game between Elmira and j Syracuse was stopped to-day by Sher- j iff Day, who arrested 'four of the lo- cal players on the charge of violating the law against Sunday baseball A sacred concert preceded ihe ban You Can't Get The Slater Shoe In Any Store That ..x Does Not Display "The Sign of The Slate." means of otore and The The of The SAtfe is your identifying both the Slater Shoe "Q- Slater Shoe. The Sign of the Slate is displayed outside all stores authorized to sell The Slater Shoe. The Sign of the Slate is sewn mside all genuine Slater Shoes. Dent encourage substitution by "going into other stores and asking for The Slater Shoe. Dealers may say'they have something just as good. Thousands and thousands of men and women know that The Slater Shoe has no equal at the price. We, and we alone, display The Sign of the Slate in this city. We, and we alone, in this city sell The Shoe, labelled with The Sign of the Slate. Goodyear prices as fixed by the makers. W. E. .Bucban, 408 Hound Street, Lethbridge, Alta. one who so grounds. When the five minutes were up 'the gate was closed and an I attempt made to play ball. William I Mack went into the pitcher's box and Stephen O'Neill behind the bat. As soon as Mack had thrown the first j ball Sheriff Day arrested the battery, i It -was thought that the Sheriff would j then leave 'the ground with his pris- i oners, but 'lie did not. James Nagle I and John Clougher. the regular bit- j ten-, were sent in. and as soon as a ball was thrown, they too were plac- ed under arrest. No" further attempt i was made to play the game. The men were released on bail. Sheriff Day's action -was the result of the decision of Governor Hughes in the matter of charges preferred against the county officers by minis- ters or the city, and the Civic Feder- ation, that the Sheriff had permitted Sunday baseball. The substance of the Governor's decision was "not do it again." The Sher- iff had allowed the games to be play- ed heretofore, but the Governor's in- terference was that he would be re- mcret! if he allowed any more Sunday games. It is the intention of the club man- agement to fight the matter out .in the Courts in order to -test the law. every colonial statesman has pressed j on the mother country this policy. He i mucl1 declared the views of these great statesmen are not merely commer- cial. They fcad in view the idea of an empire with mutual good offices in the matter of tariffs as, one of its bonds. The leader of the opposition emphasized (the fact ifliat the colonies had developed into great nations, warning the government -that .they also fully realized toe value of tariff ne- gotiations. j He urged that the results'of Can- treaties with 'France, Germany j and the United States had been a 1 diminution of the preferential advan- jtages to Britain. The government and those who supported them seem to chink that they could remain out- side and not work out treaties -which are more and more arranging chan- i nels whereinto international would go'. Canada had- felt the impossibility of a policy of isolation and it is quite certain .the .great colonies who had entered upon this course of independ- ent fiscal negotiations could not in force of circumstances stop where they.were. The process is just begin- ning to go on. Concluding, he made strong appeal (that the policy of pre- ference should become the policy of all British statesmen instead of the policy of only one party. Asquith's Reply Premier AsQuitih, who replied im- mediately, said he heard with great question 'Which had slumbered so long would be rais- ed again. It had been suggested that the government is insensible and un- responsive