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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MCE rat THE UCTHBJUlXie DAILY HERAUT, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1.1919 TOO MUCH KEUTHER Pro.1 mi- OM hit. No WOTS. eBCOND waa hit by. nutirrl Rub.' taking-talLrd. H m i drive througn secoid Groi tlM to Jackson and Rath fctat ftrow home. Daabert taaialiir4 tint. out steal- (eeoad. to RUberg Kouich Rauach stole Schalk'i throw was too lor. .on out, Rlaberg to Gandil. OM hit.' No errors. out. Rlsberg No ri s. Two hiu. No errors. SEVENTH INNING FIRST Can.Ul llled-out .10 Neale. Rifbers out. Rala to Dauteri Scbalt out. Uroh to Dauoert. No runs. No No errors. SECOND Da'jcerl Irlpled Into the right -irowd. Groh up. nviJious or neutral, u may Some .rfeconeiUWs vaul to knoK uow they are to reach a conclusive of Canadian Northern making l true capital Investment bull for Others say It an operating tlcil ol more ihau three per ceal. What 11 It bo tie turn around and Ine latter they Ihe more money they 1C it cot Is "J cents loss to take In dollar. Isn't the laipayer there to pay UJ And doesn't the paitry 3 go at once bick Into long as ho has a dollar left to burn, v.-hy shouldn't the laipayer wrllia and lulu LUW ,HUU iuiu; Bill one. Strike .one. tool strike paunch supporter of a western two. Daubert scored oaGrohs single concern bunt Weaver threw wild and Rouscll safe. Croh taking third. Duncan _____ Jackwa's play. Risbirg Io Kd- KopJ, latter threw wild Io Collins to Oandll. Jackson reached second.! Tva jvd hits. Ono error. -Felsch sacrificed. Heuther to Dau-1 INNING iSm.-JMaaon third. _ Oandll EIGHTH INNING Ytotled io centre and Jackson swre-J. was caught slealini. to lor Wilkinson. "Rath. Rliberg walked. filed To Kautch.. V run. One, hit. One error. SECOND fanned. Neil ri'Collins to GsindU: IUI Strike one. Dal one. Strike one. Ball two. McMullm sfn- jled 10 centre. J. Collla up. StnSe cne. Xollins nied McJ ul- No runs.- Xo illsv No errors. i iv THIRD INNING F1HST finned. J. Collins flied Io Rousci. Kopf threw ont Eddie Collins at first. I No rues. Xo hits. iV6 errors. if SKCQXD Roiither -valkei. -Eathvcrj. Balh sacrificed. Clcolle Io i -.'-Gandll. Rcuibcr wcnt-.lo secoud. Dau- V-' tlied io JicVsoc. lleniher rfmaln- ---1H5 oh second, nroh filed to Jackson. -J'.Xo runs. N'o hlis.- N'o errors. FOURTH INNING lln held at -first- Edole Eddie Collins lin slill riding on first basf. flied to Rouscb. Xo runs. One hit. N'o-ern EECOSD ased to refer to its "mnwver" Itf "lurnunder." -llanplly (ree oi lha tsi- barras-ment ot Ihe literary cull, he has given the government's railroad audit- ors a booV heading, accurate and novel .They, should and so should the laiuayers. as facelioui inquirer lor fig- ures says: "If a uipayeivls not to pay these ioies what Is Tie Uut hoV lone can they do it. HRST Weaver on-.. Groh to patiberi. Kopr threw out Jsokson, Duitart latilng the throiv. Feljcn was v. thrown ont, Kopf io Dauberh V? No ra'ns. No hltsJ No errors. SECOND Sousch flied out Duncan Einelcil to right CIcolt tool; Kspfs drlre, ..throwing to >Buncau, .'.ilisbc'rg" latin; the throjy. Ncalc sln- gled to Kopf second Keuiherup. ie. "Bzllone. Keuther tripled e field, scoring Neale. Raih nn nail Rath out, rt-isberg to Reuther holdine Ihlrd. Dau- up Ball cne.v Ball two. Strike Strike Ball three. Dau 19 right, scor- one one bert was hit on the head .by. a p.cchVJ MS ID UP "It. to .be settled beyond doubt pei'lBicntii of ProfMaor G. H; HittoB. at the acricxltmnl aid animal Indualry branrt of the C.P.R department of natiral COB ductiNl at ita exixrlmenUl' farm Slrathmon, that innflowera .the Ideal forme crop of Alberta, 1C. retara a tona per acVe ire any c'rrUrion p crop valuw. Jin and a half to the bulldlngi on the farm irere (own In three feet apart this spring.' Lr- rfiated. aid properly cultivated be- ,ween the and tlie which has just cut and 'P >llo, waa and the re- sult showedi'a yield o( 3S.6 tons to I he weight silo. As there Is moisture at the rate of S2.41 per .cent.'in sunnowers, thlt would give a yield ol nry mailer acre ot !oes at Strathmofe rctWMd H tons uouuds green i o the the moltture tu com 7S.71 per cent., the rclurn lu 4rj mailer was I 4-5 tons per acre. and oall returnea aeven Ions of green forage, and Ihe moisture le (his crop amounted to U.M per Vent.. Ihe weight of dry tons per acre. R'eaulls as elveu bjr eiiierlments conducted at the state 'arm In. last year allowed n llgh food In suuflowers. giving an equal u being far superior Io ell her or oata for sheep, during this coBhu winter ProTessor llnttou will cocduct caireful al StraUiBore to relative of tfiece various fodders whe'i Milled.. Of Fanners The reamlti will-be watched wltli the" crvateil interest by famicrs rancamen. and (ha public., generally the quesllot'i.icf. forage .to winter .under jlrrlgiiTiou cpudl tlons it a matter of supreme interest. Involving as It does, "the cnpahllity 19 much large proportion of' livestock-to the acr [ban Is under present dllions. v Protesaor. Hutton's tabulation ol lie! qompiral'.ro resuh's' of Ih'c tcstj Is aa'follows: Eniilage Jt Strathmore Snnllowers Yield little over sli tons. Con Not Se Good; Corn raised under similar condl- ver cent. aero- la olslure, ptr KiunJs dry metier. SUFFOCATED IN LINEH'S HOLD Thne ian Frandaco Men Die F.rom Funlgitlnf Vapcrt SAN' FKAXCISCO, Sepl. 1'. J. Coracco and J. Seroeco found [roai ajthyilaUon la the'hold oC the traatpaciao UMT hers today aftel ateauier bad been [umlcated. Tke men wen-said to have beta Uklug I he places of ctevedorea who an idle because o( labor dltreiencei aid to have to the hold wltaout of the Cvalcallac craw, to witness the fwlfatlnc froceai. NDXATED IRQ V. Thai Prescriptioo Works Like Magic." A T Ef Kimrlrol jtronr, Into tee Veini oi Mm lad Say. HuMU rfJ X iron deficiency blilco not to take. .ThereTj n organic Kunled Iro'n, to cr.ficlt the Hood, mal -i Yield iiff.- acre pounds green weight. 79.300; per centTV rnolsture, per acre pounds dry matter, per acre in pouuds green per ceul. mois- ture, yield per, acre dry matter. in pounds and i per aero. 1 I_______: agts. Nn-tjtcd'iron will increase the slrentfh" an'd endnrance oC ireat. I run-down, folks'ia two u maar iuUcces." oTi: NoiaSl fien 3r dr-inut will or jculic-.cicti1 ruriotcc o SOLD CITY BY J. D. .HIGINBOTHAM fc CO, LTD., DRUGGISTS. tall. He dropped as though out but soon recovered and trolled to Hni base. Groh up. Ball one. Ball lwo 1U1I three.. SlrlV? one, Ball four. Bases tilled Rousch up. Rouscn forced Grol, Eddie Colliua to Hlsberg. One run. o bils. Xo errors. INNINC FIRST Jackson up. Jackson to Xeale. FeUch up. Foul strike taieov sinjieu iu o eae. ing Kopf and pnillng Xeale on lhlrd.Jont strike two. Felsch filed to the latter makingaaolher sen- the Ibrow-ln.j ji0J 3 on took s'econd on 'iNeile and scowi -triple'to the centre Held bleachers. S doobleu into the lell field bleich- ers, scoring Reuther. Rath' scored ;'when Donhert Dau- berl tailing second oil the throw, Groh 'i'np. Cicolte on fhepifcber's nound. rtall one. Groji filed Five runs. Sii hits. FiFtHMNNlNa- i.-FlBST np.4 Ball one. i lienlre. ional catch. vi Mb runs. Xo hits. Ganoil out; Ralb. to p.'--Hlsberg Hied lo'Honsth, holding- [Ir'sL-' Sclulk up. Fonl, '.V'atTike Ball one. Groh look V( BckllVi drivel and throwing Hati; riVloned Caadli.' Schiilli on nrit..-WU- BatH nTiassiileti Ko One hit-- No'.errorc..; .V SECOST) up. Stnke i flieil In PHafh. Duncan Xo errors. HOW'LONG CAN is'in ;Canada ciiirsui.opinion that iU'COsls the to get revenae from the rail 'one. Dnncu singled to cen- Kopf np.- Strike Ball oae. .to Hteai, Schalk to Rjjfcerr'. RJsfaiJ; tkrew but Kijpt 'ii 'N'o-'rnris." One ;No eirpra. SIXTH INNING i HALJV-Hooich nude a grtai bl J. Collini1 fly to deep centre. .Eddie Colliae'was .ufe. on 'a .single, which iria" top h'qt for Renther to hzn- remits -tavo been eniajiclpalet capitalistic cbus. A defici ot the {oTMast ftls straightway irlves rlei to coniec ore u 16 relation oi cost -and woalrl'be-it aeiM uf '.'ririihilitrjiUpn rezcb town" Ute 6ur.cwnrGoT pui a Teias leaguer inlo Collins SBC-. On a.-EToaodev to Kghl, field: 'EddM "-ond..--' jicksbri' out' Danbtrt. un'i'ysiiled.' Eddie CoUIns on third aid Weaver on second. FtUch flied lo-Xeale. .1- V "Nci rntiE. Two Xo errors. -VSECONTJ Neale singled to ceitre. fanned. ReuUier irfed lovrijhi; 'Neale second .Hath up. Strike one. Ball ooe> Bal two'. Rain lined to RllberV and Xeale. Tiianka In' pan to the pe'ciBarltieVi the Canadian libation -.the icivai Grind Tranlr Canadian Pacifk have cootHhoted Gov- expcHmenl in Ten Thousand Men And 250 Plaits Strike and Lock Oat NEW TOHK, OcL hundred nd YorS printing plants mploying men nnd pnbllihlnc early all pf the' magazines and trao> oarnala Issued in Xew York, as large percenloge of trie books Mnled here, were closed today bjr a imultaneoijs and The lockout ordered lut night by the rinlers' league section' oJ the Asso- alion of Employing Prlnteri is snp-: DOrted by the' InterniOpnal Printing 'ressnien and of the American .Federation'of jbor Is'wiging battle or supremacy over v all "ouUaw" unions. The nniom's involved, art Pressmeii's Union No.-1, .-Franklin Union No; Z3 F-aper Hand- era' TJnion No. 1. and JrA jlnlon No.- 1. The men 'affected br the lockout order, assert Ih'at. they are jio strike beginning this horning and predict that-'they will win demands, which-include a Itionr .Veek and weekly increase ni wiges.. placed. before all ahopfl. -The employers nave laaaed orders thatitheir plants are Io renmln closed kHHaon nnlil inch trie, as be re- ppeied forces ei: elyj of: thejii-.lsrma- 'nnTon M-.' I'' atloa. otber -'canses have steadily SineiS. the pifreettaie' bf. Io erosB revenoe. Today it cent "for' the Grand Trunk and SI per for lite Cahid ian -PacHi c.'- Tbe dlsclosei the shocktne'ecvidal'of. earplug, Van the ,npilftinK inspiration 'of ftf.< Ally, audited and certified Canadian Pacific and Grand Trunk can -still operate 'OB their. OWB; Tin. the.goTernment'roadji not wrclesrly is- not, ia a" matter of friend TI VT he I jiawr b in every can of Seal Brand Coffee J In' Yt poiBwi, I powwi, and 2 fatll er fne fiuuiarf for CHASE SANtOKN. K, i The price of milk will not increase Wilil pennitnon it Ranted by the Board of Commerce for an Notice will given when increase is to take place. Ice Cream is a Delicious at all Seasons Phone as for suggestions for that party or banquet. and tale a brick of Crystal ice cream DAIRY LTD. mmm v S. Action Viewed. With Con- Will Keep Brit- ish Vessels LIVKRPOpL, Oct. evails here M a conseqoence'pf tie rder of the. tinned States shipping oard in itopr-ing the.clearance of res- -Is for' England, owing' to -tbe. strike, fllclals of British' Atlaallc'.lines de- are they will not inspenrl llheif'sall gs and will do toajr beat toinulntajn le volume pf [ood Importj aa long hey oblain coal. TTie shipping board's ction. is. merely reported in papers tre.without comment, and onUlde ol fipprtg circlei' ranch SMILING BILL" PAHSONS DIES Comailan ftvwvmbi finer wool can; be secured and knitting- procrMCs'arc way possible to-CTcei, the quality in "these children's stockings, Cali Wlltoai KC'Smiling tParaons, ron'erllan, -prnidnt' of be -Film died aat a short .lllneis.r He ttiftm old T vVluMjat t.k.n.From But possible to-day.J infants, and ilLittle Daisy "'for children up to 12 years, are the best that .can be made-a bold one that thousands i of women will grant. Your own 'judgmentwill affirm it.' Qnjyjiiie wool u ever used io make these spit stockings. H mothers have ever found .it hard 'to Darling" or Little Daisy there was, a.gpod rcaspa. a1 ijpitKe proper wool; we had to make fewer.of thijse Voricierful No substitwtt v has ever replaced that.wonderful wool.'; LIlTliE DARWNG babies and foLs up to sijken toe and heel. SJW ANTONia, Serit.' 'and aaltnon hare beenjielieii it ware- 1 houan o< Swift t Co, at Bowie and Douglas, Arizona, -by the depirtmenl oC justice. v 'for children up extra strength in heel arid toe.. _ '-Many tlaipty shades and The" CblpOian-HcHtcm NO IKORE TLU" FOH YEAHS DOCTOH v NEW TORK.fOct. be.. nr3 recurreBce .of Inflj- enu for many In the opinion of Dr; .William H. Park, ot N'ew Vork, who apoke- before the International conference of women phyaklanifc -Dr. Pirk aald that there nilgai be "cer- but not an oplrtemle. "We have not y'fet discovered a epvclftc racclnc agalnit Ur. Vtrt, "bnl obserratlovji of the liRt'fefr yeara hare prontfled a 4 moderate protection ifalntl pMomrala, rjrocichllli and plnlory dlseaaes' In general 4 from vacctnatloo with Mveral filed ol Vorganlimii f.-.nni i- 'rcsjlrilory 4 f V 4 ;