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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE iE OCTODEn 3, Hall one. Slrlke onr. Eddie roMln-i drove'a hoi uno lo IcTi for a single, j Kojtt mido a high leap uuo Uie uuj ii louchoj his lingers, coins by. but he co-jlJ rol hold. ViVaver up. j one. The hit and run game v, is worked poriectK, geitlng an easy fly Through thortstop 1 Kopf ivom lo second as Collius Jstarted to steal i ou first able Injurks or many others 011 ihe s'ow nxiJ towards voinplotc lor imr'iiil recovery. Tho work ot re- disabled uten ami cT placing liohins on second. Strike cue. Javksuti. anemy'tlng lo buni.iuca or oihenvise. and Those at popped an lly back of first tlut meeting not caring lo shoulder look ;-aiv of. Ketech up. whole responsibility coulJ tlo no (From thp Echo) Again tho ?itizens (ailed t-> show a sufticieul interest In wheitier tho uesdiy half-holiday was to be couliu- ibe ike i? held eiihcr s acnouiiceJ .PA.B1S. Oct. No the supreme coune'l will b today or tomorrow, ii wa this mornlEg. By Royal Decree PARIS, Oct. receive-1 by. the peace conit-rence (rom Runn1 DuniMi) Uuo flied to Hisberg-. have persuaded th-? members o[ tbe icsftd to E-Jdie (.'ollius, doubling Groh. supreme t-ouaci! Italy will ratify 1 No runs. No hils. No errors, the German peace treaty by royal do- J SKCONJi up. Geoh cree. The general opinion in ihe took Uandil's easy grounder and FOURTH INNING" on tho subjeci. KIRST .lAI-F-ttroIi Hall! one. f (h pilichef Mall Mnta one. UalL three. k f ho Alta Teachers' worked Kerr for a pass. Rousch ju (ho up- on Saturday. October Jib at 3 Programme discusitnn o( followiDg: (I) General Ccaventioii ol Albcrla ItfafUers' AHmuco helJ in Calgary Apiil, 1915. (2) Xew Contract Form Tor teachers. 13) Pension slow bounder and barely got him at j first, Groh going to second. Duocaii I S-.rike one. Foul, strike for teachers. Refreshments council is thp.t surh a rMHimrou him n throw to under (lie Unlian i-cnstiiu-1 Kh-berp uy. Etrihe oac. Dill one. tion. ilie I.Tiav iloes not involve i losl control and thre'iv it to tbe auy Italian lerritcry. ibnukstop. Itisberg tripled to right. Advice to Juno-Slavs The ball got aivnv from Neale aud 11 PARIS Oc: -n-H.h ro'.Iwl almosi lo (he fence. Schalk tngsfstions by oi Iho su-, up- Kisberg scored on Schalk's easy premc couucil'. the goTcrr..! that bcundeJ awav trom. Fisher meal hac Kivn Immicilom to all i for a single. Kerr up. Strike one. Ju-o-Slav otri.-ers to afold clashes Sdjalk out siealing. Rarlden 10 TCilh Italians The precaution was ad-! Ratu. Ball one. Ball two. Kerr was because tlere appears to he a! thrown out. KopC to Daunert. gene-al belie.' aTnonj the- coc-: One rnu. Two hits. No errors, f'erencc delegates that certain ele-t FIFTH INNINO will bo served. SCTODS the llallins are KIRST up. ing trouble vilh the Jueo-f-lai? as an Strike one. Kopr Tor seliuro uf terri- tory, along ihe Dalmatian coasl. to right. the land, loa.ii 9 10 slock their required a heavy Altogether Si' iH'r cent ol Ilie rvijuircil this year will ue expouilrd for the advuntrigc ot tlio returuPil soldiore. Tke rest will go toward BtnbillEing business conili- tlous lu Canada o'.t hard times. The neeil lor monry is Insistent. 'I'lic spirit uf thi- vconle is still conl'al lowanls tlu> army ani undoubledly the opportunities tlio Ixjau uffords bo welcomed. THE FEELING FOR THE ARMY None ol the picture galleries In Europe or the United States ever ap- roacheil ihe reconl'of 19.000 paying visitors in one day and 100.000 in two weeks. Such was Hie count Rt (be turnstiles of the Toronto KiMbltiou Art Gallery, during the Xeslc up. Ball one. Ball ITVO. Siriko recent display ot the plclures for the one. Xeale drove a grounder to Gata- Canadian War Memorials commiEaion. iCbXTIXUEiJ THIRD INNING oil. who threir to retiring Kopf. hut Neale .reached first safely. Rarideu up. Foul, strike one. Ball I one. Kddie Collina took Rariden's bounder tossed to Gaodil. retir- ing him. XeaJe reached second. Fisher up. Hall one. Ball Iwo. Fisher's drive (c Weaver ivas easy, the latter throwing him out at first. Xo runs. One hit. No errors. SECOND up. Ball Strike one. Liebold hit to H is understood that Mr. Kennedy, the English expert in charge, was so fis- icnished early in (he exhibition by an attendance of 10rOOi) in oue day that he cabled to -the British galleries claiciins a record. Two days Jaler the figure of was reached. The (act is mentioned merely to give I ?n indication of the keenness of Can- adians about the Tvar, ihe soltliers, and ererythiog relating1 to them. -All; pmt'ng Iho plate but ;hey i oce. Strike oae. Liebold Wi lo tLe Trjrc low Ball lUree. Strike one. j bert, retired unassistf d. Lddie Col- o[ Canada gave the Slriko two Weaver got Rariden's I "P- UaH one Ball army ;firs-t in (hcii. j irou'nto and Dim ont at Firter took Eddl rishcrup. Strike one. Fisher rounder and rtrew lnm 01 II .1 short hi: toward third that Kerr but Icll down in atterapiing to field. Kerr almost caught Kishcr olf first a moment later. Hath up. Strike one. Bath hoisted an easy fly to RisbGJg. Daubert up. Strike one. Eddje Collins grabbed Daubert's bounder and tossing lo Risberg forced Fisher. Xo rnns. One "hit- Xo errors., SECOND Collins up: ath was out, Ilisberg to Gandil. Tbe wp.5 wild, but GandiL made an excellent eaten, 'DauberL np. Ball ne. Hall two. Strike one. Dauh-2rt eat an easrfly to Jackson. Grab up. Look at TQngiie.lvRernpve Pois- ons from Slomach.-LiTer and Bowels Accept "Californii" Syrui> ot Fig 'eavcr up. Strike one. Ball one. Vcaver hit lo Fislier and ivas i ut at first. I No runs. Nil hits.- Xo errors. SIXTH INNING FIRST np. Strike one. T i .iirsi place in le Collins' "on bf. thE familtes >ut at epresented at-lfae fn d Onlsris at-lfae front and every ap-j ical for tho comfort and well-being or I he boys cauie to milling ears anil gen- erous hearts. No one would have be-[ teved five years ago tfaat Ontario had inch a-genius for Millions; upon millions were poured out. Keif sh ease dismissed and In man) [rike one. Ball -one. Ball two. Veaver took Groh's grounder and ITCW him oar at first." Xo runs- Xo hits. No errors. SECOND Jackson up. Strike inc. Jackson, smiDff-so-hnrd'-nt the tall he fell down. Bail one, .Jackson lo left. It was a lob Ihat tcpf couldn't' get, -Strike oiie.1 'Jackson out. stealing Ball'dne. Strike Ball two. Ball Felsch Faster Terr Vild in 'his delivery lor Felsch. nut, Rariden lo Rath. Gandil up. Ball one. Ball two. Ball three. "Itrike one. Foul, strike Iwoi Foul. raadll fanned the air. No runs. One hil. No errors. SEVENTH INNING FIRST Rousch up. Roasch put lip a high which Gandil got Dnncon up. Ball one. Strike one Ball two. Ball "three. Strike two Foul. Foul. Foil. Foul. Duncan fanncfl, taking a Highly STTing, bnl missed. KopC up. Strike one. Kopi popped a high My to Liebold. No runs. No hits, No errors. SECOND Hirers up. Strikf 'f be prepared a.1 home tnd Is made as fnllowa. tieciire from 'your druggist 1 rarmlGt (Double Strength.) Take Ihis and add to It pint o( hot ioyseholds avarice was a rorgotten J- four years of generous, donations, the people were asked by! be Dominion government 10 lake up I he Victory Loan of Many people ilncncd their resources lo Subscribe-1 The patriotic call gave added force' to la'e economic arguments In ot bond-buyinf. -x The s'.ogan "Bring ,he Doys -was irrtsislible. Once more. Ihe .Federal Treasury Fund.. The boys the-repalrialion occupied a full Wear and all EOlfliors !iad maintained and paid In the interim between the armistice and de- mobiliTnLion. Gratuitlei; have been in- creased. There are lads in hospitals, some suferiug from incur- Weak or Anaemic or Nervous or Run-down a blessing new health would be to you who arc weak, anaemic, nervous or run a comfort to know lhal Wincarniscan give you the new health you so much need. When your system is undermined by or your is lowered you feel anyhow your nerrei are" on ilie least ex- cjiion in nm condition. -Your system i) lite a plant lhal is drooping. ihe of water. And jiiil ai water revives a drooping WmcarnJs gives new life and new vitality ,lo a "iua down" cbrudtulion. The reason is easily it a. lonk, a rcjloralive, a blood builder and a nerfe in four-fold combination gives il a four-fold power. It a rates new strength, it helps make new builds up a new nerve force and it surcharges ihe'whole body with new vitality. That is why makes you feel well jo quietly. The benefit begins with ihe very Jirsldose. You can leel il doing you good. That u why thousands of people to-day enjoying health." 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Freemen', wear them. tbe.eoldler risked'his and yon must lend your monfy. ,'Misers fielp theXenemles I of Victory, Bonds are true patiipls. 4 The trips! f'youi can possibly give is the.least you Can afford la lend'your couhlry. The Victory Loan, 1919, enaLIe thoi country lo do the right thing hy the Canidlan Jicroca who helpcil war. j v v v ff SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY ONLY We Will Make You a Strictly Hand Tailored Suit -From a Pure Wool Dark Oxford Vicurha Cloth for This Goods Sells for in.the Regular Way See Our Window, and Step Inside All Suits Tailored in Our Own Shop Saturday Only COLONIAL TAILORS In tlie Colonial Theatre Block SPRING CHICKENS FANCY FOWL TOMATO SAUSAGE If you want something nice (or Sunday's dinner order Lamb, Veal or Chicken. Prices are coming down right and-yon are as- sured the quality of you get at any of our stores b the best on the market. :1 WATCH OUR WINDOWS TOMORROW P. and 1 Dominion Market, Phone 1654 Maui Market, Phone 412 Dominion Fish and Poultry Market, Phone 545 ;