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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JUNE II, IIM. Under New Management TO-NIGHT Prof. Willey The Human Mystery Hypnotist. Mind Reader and Thought Transmission Billy Ellwood Co. Comedy Cartoonists Ardell Bros. Acrobatic Acts George Lavender Comedian Lyceumscope Latest Picture SPORTS Lethbridge Won Hands Down Brandon, Juno The Lethbridge Miners jfavi- the Angels of this city a severe drubbing here'today by hit- ting fc'iie ball opportunely anil hard. The sluggers mercilessly welted the first two pitchers of three who were pitted against them and won hands down. Brandon 4 Lethbridge 020 207 Batteries Uoosevelt. Ciumnings, Morrell ami S tingle Pieh and Lynch. BASEBALL RESULTS CHINESE RATHER THAN THE JAPS AFTER PEOPLE'S SHIELD Buffalw. N. Y., June mid clashed on the- question reality of the "'yellow peril" at today session of the imniitrration section of annual conference of charities and correction, A. Gates, secretary of the board of charities of SLUI Francisco, duclar- that the yellow peril was moiv i-f menace today than at any tin1.'.- in the past. "It is also gravely I home m Arthur 11.. 'ticilii Silk is rustling business j for this well-known firm. j Mr. Sainsbury, of the A.R. I. 'inc. who has lately rct.urm-d from j phone the Trainmen's convention, gave us a today. He sa'ys the people arc jpriichard. Medicine when A.W. Alberta, government tolc- managf-r, of this city, was united in marriage to Miss Miriam Gludvs Trite-hard, formerly of G roes- secure lands in Western anxious to Canada. Mrs. Lena Austin and two (laugh- Myles tcrs of Frank Austin, returned home ami Ian, Wales. Will Mitdu'll sold 28 horses to Mr. of Pinrhvr Creek last week, T. B. JenkinsoTi sold a McKELViE McGUIRE Sole Agents for Lethbridee. ;