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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIOGE DAILY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER IT, I9M Appointment Tt KINO Obey Umpire In Havana, Cuba, Nov. tour- ine Tigers learned a lot of things about baseball to-day, not only about I the but about the Cuban atti- tucie toward forfeiting. It, is no un- uscal for 'ballplayers to be ban- ished bv the umpire, fined by either arbitrator, or manager, or suspended 'by his club, but it.wasn't until to- 1 day that any of the American League champions had been threatened witht arrest if they -did not- resume playing j when ordered to do so by the iudica- j tor handler. How-It Happened This is the way it came about: In j the third inning of to-day's game j against the Almendares club, the Cu- ban umpire, whose ideas of the rules are somewhat dizzy at best, called aj balk on Willett and ordered the na-1 j tive batsman to take his base, j i though there were no runners on at j the time. Allowing the hitter a f'reej trip to the initial sack under suchj circumstances is something undream- ed of in the philosophy of the Reach and Scalding guides. However, thel umpire never has met anv of these i D. O. Roblin, Toronto, authorities, and he insisted that what "Black i White" JUNES BilCHlMN Co., Ltd. SCOTCH WHISKEY DISTILLERS Sole Canadian Agent 306 i 'he said went. GREAT AMOUNT OF WATER" ON THE EARTH It Mattv Mclntyre, et al. was too much for the Tigers, j Great Lakes Contain One-Tenth Per Cent, of Fresh Water of the World and they declined to continue the. game unless the man 'behind the plate could interpret the cade a la United Washington, Nov. exists as a vapor in water the at- mosphere if precipitated would cover i States. Finally the tourists began 'picking up their bats, telling Mr. Umpire that all was over between them. But there was to be another chap- ter to the story. Enter the dusky Havana police force with an ultima- of the earth to a turn that unless Matty Mclntyre et the whole area depth, of "an" inch and the ice -in the Polar regions, if melted, would cover the whole area of the earth, five feet deep, according to the hydxogxaphic al., continue the game the whole out- fit would be arrested and taken to jail. Here was a stunner On the one hand the prospect of playing against office of the United States navy.. j the handicap of comedy umpiring, on "estimate made in an official the other the certainty of passing the computation amount of water night in the bastile. it is probable that as much as one- Easy to Choose Here tenth per cent. of. the fresh, water in j Anyone who knows Cuban prisons the world is contained' in the great j cannot blame the Champions for lakes, and their tributaries, the of-1 electing to play it out, even though ficial estimates- give cubic] the arbitrator insisted on handing it miles as the quantity of water in the j to them at every angle. Better defeat oceans of the world and cu-jby any old score with a good supper bic: miles as the volume'in the Great] and a clean bed than the filthy jail Lakes ;ind their tributaries. why detail the horrors. j Tlvy tist.im.ate of the free j As for the same itself it was a hor-j waters held in the earth's crust jrible exhibition on the part of thej would ba equalled to form a sheet Tigers, who fielded miserabb- hit j over lifts entire 197.. 163.793 square j feeblv and ran their legs oft chasing1 miles oi the total area of the earth's jWillett's curves after they had re- surface to a 01" about 100 feet, j bounded from the Cuban's bats. De- This, however, according to. the hy-jtroit made but eight errors, just as dcographic office is only three-sev- many as its hits, while ihe Cubans enths of what V-an Hist' lias estimated it to be and about one SL'Vfiity-fiith of the amount postulated by Delesse, 'estimate has been re- lied upon. found Edgar safely 15 times for 13 runs, and only managed to mess up four chances on defense. "Silk" Welcomed Munoz was in the box for the home j team, with G-onxalcs behind the bat. NARROW ESCAPES j Mattv Mclntyre's home run in the AT REGINA Fl RES' seventh, with a man on base, saved j T, the. tourists from The additional hu- j Kegin.fi, ;Nov. fires within r vi- miliation of a shutout, the two 'being the past 24 hours have resulted mi x the onlv tallies taken by Matty s the complete destruction or one home I and cutting: of another. F. Cork-ss' i t place'on Eastern annex was destroy-! "Silk" O'Loughlin arrived this ev-j ed and the familv barelv escaped. eninfr and umpire the remaining j savin? Earlv this morning on the island. It must havej fw i surPriscd "Silk" to-be received with; badly" gtmed'aml the' i such Demonstrations of joy as those j into the cold with nothing but their night robes. Shannon himself, some- what burned, effected the rescue of his faniilv. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills Pnriiy the Blood and Prolong Life If as much in- telligent care were given to keeping the body clean and pure within as well as without we would see more healthy, vigorous old men and women. The daily bath docs its part by keeping the pores of the skin open so that they throw offmuch of the body simpuri- but it is even more important that the bowels and kid- neys should be kept regular and active. If the bowels fail, as they often do late in life, to move regularly at least once day, the waste matter from the atCS, pClSCJSS that greeted his appearance. After the sort of umpiring handed out here j up to date 'the American leaguer will j be the fair-haired boy with the Tig-j ers. i NOTED SPORT COMING TO MICHEL, B. C. George Jarrad, the good all-round veteran sportsman, has left England and is on his way to Michel, British Columbia, where he will make hisj new home. It was as a swimmer that Jarrad was best known, and. prior to long distance swimming be- ing in vogue, he swam from Tedding-j ton Lock to Barnes Bridge some 45 years ago, he then being in his eigh-j teenth year. Jarrad more than held his own on the running track, and was well known on the river as a member.of Nelson, Surrey, and Old Cobden Rowing clubs. lOOu iCC system and upscis the stomach. If the kidneys arc sluggish the impur- ities which they should filter from the blood remain and cause rheumatism. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills regulate the bowels, stimulate the kidneys and open up the pores of the skim The result is a body clean red a hale and .hearty old-age. Three generations have proved the yalue of Dr., Morse's Indian Root PHls, and their sale is steadily increasing all overj the world. 250. at all or -from W, H. Comstock Co., Ltd., Brockville, One, i THREW CARTRIDGES INTO ASSEMBLY CHAMBER Cancan, Crete, Nov. -cylinder filled with dynamite cartridges was lisi oi oam _ ing was unoccupied at the time and the daxr.r.gc was comparatively insig Nevertheless the report. rang throughout the city and the populace and caused a pnnh. Today it, was at first thought that, big guns ..were-being fired. Tho out- rage is attributed to the ists 'whose object it, is to''break up'a meeting which it tlhft chamber h.uld for' the formation of a new g-n-t'ni- aient to the provisio ad- ministration. f TW Too Busy to Write Ads Follow the Crowd To Our Moving Sale 317 CRABB ST I IN MEMORY OF HIGH PRICES IN LETHBRIDGE Killed By MacLeod Bros. FURS MEN'S BROWN BUFFALO regular Moving sale price MEN'S BLACK BEAR Moving sale price............-....................... MEN'S BLACK ing sale MEN'S COON COATS.............. Worth. .25 per cent. more. IN FUR LINED beaver shell, dogskin lined, brown buffalo collar. A snap at Moving sale pr. IN EUR -wool shell, ge'nuine Labrador otter collar. "Worth in any store in Canada Moving sale price LOT NO. finer quality shell and collar. Worth regularly Moving sale price LOT NO. pure Prench beaver shell: very dark eastern rat lining: No. 1 otter collar. Regular quality. Moving sale price.................-............................ LOT NO. fiinest Prench beaver shell made. No. 1 Russian rat lined. No. 1 otter collar, very deep. This is the finest coat made in Canada. A regular Moving sale price NO. 1 QUALITY BEATER at less than whole- sale price. Special price, this week MEN'S SUITS MEN'S FALL SUITS In.the popular shades and fancy mixtures. Hand tailored and serge lined suits that were and Moving ale priue. This week