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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PACJKTYV'tU.1VJT 1 III-; lA'A mmilKiL-: DAILY 11KIIAID, SATURDAY, OCTOriER RING BLANKS SOX play up. (Continued from From get ihe ball and mude i ot it. No ruiif. One Hi, No THIRD INNING KJRST Neile up. N on1.. Weaver .to Strike sein a leaguer slns'e-.over second. R'cj: up. Foal, strike Rhip attempt eJ 10- Facrifice. bui fouled it off. Koul. Ftrike His second r.uenim also wear for 3. foal, Hins (akiur s. swing at Ih'u final strike, but min- ing. Rath up. Hall one. Koul. strike Jackson ..was way in r.nil would have got ilis hjd ii cuisine iho bleachers. Hall erf. "Wineu OUT. s leal j as, St-halk TO F.dJu- lield bounder. Duncan up. Uall one. Weaver uuile a gjvji stop of Dun- can's drive :md got him out IT jfirst wlih a preliy throw. up. I Hall one. Kept oJt. Kteberg to Gan- No rani1. No Mis. No errors. SKl'OXl) uv uut. fiiritw King hit Sohalk wiih jJi's forces, imJ conuJfttider-in-chlef llio Cauaillan forces bverseas, Was ttolcuuH'il u ibis city early today. A guard ft honor ot members) of tlie famous S.uJ was Uravo up ouisido iho anil thou- biinjjs of anJ clitiem pacherej uulstde tKe tlepot sdouied ihcir welcome to ihe T-naiiiau coiu- Qiauiler. Mayor -tfsle. on bebalt of Uhe cliy. presumed Geu. V.'urrio wlih lati 10 whk'li ibc eeueral uuidc suitable rcpjy. Al uoon today Gen. Carrie xvas the guest ot the Canadian Club ai lun- cheon. Pskov, iio.ir (lie KsUioiiian frontier. 1 in the rey'on southwest o( IMrogrid. i It Jccliirert trut despite lho> stub- born of'lbe ItuUbovIki, 11 villages hail been captured and that lhc was continuing. 'REPATRIATE GERMAN PRISONERS DIRECT ihe ilurJ pitch the latter hurried CAIXiAllV. Oct. accord.iiKv 10 r.Tfi up. Strike one. their yolK'y pf condui'titig drill- tx'tie lifted 3 iiisu ity 10 Kaih. Schalk! his uvl.5 t'.iroaghout lhe fiM1- livlJiiip first. LieboM up. HaH ODL'. hill country, in an fsje.ivjr 10 prove Sirlkt I.: ibcM hoisted-to Ilousch of oil. iho- lniiicrL.il Oil no i rouble i-ai'turins it. has drilling in ;be LVllins ui> Kddle Cal-, fooihilts TO the ta-Jthwesl pf Calgary' I'AlllS. Oct. wireless Ihis' and reiireJ hioi wiih miles west of The towu of Nanton. ,errj0 ihruw 10 Pauben. i ChaKi's K. 'I'aylor. superinieudeiU No runs. No No errors. Of Jevelopiaent (or the company, lii? el EIGHTH INNING j been iti (be EC-uili country STOCKHOLM, Oct. Tlu> or ol tLe dsiy of ttie uoriluvost army oil Ot-uiber I' tisiej iliat BOD'.c furiKcr preparation a geiu-ial ol- j against the Holshcvskt vvouM NORWAY >VILL JOIN LEAGUE OF NATIONS CHRI4TIANIA. Oct. pirlU- me tit a ry ctmimitlee. aypolnlcd to dli- cuss iho cutrjuce ol Norway Into the league or jiatiuns, Ima reported unau- imotifly in favor of Norway's JOIIHIIB ihe league-. 11 Palterson-Bell Hay and Grain Company Vnlou Bank Cbftmbers. Lelh- brUgp. yeraoiwDy superintend lhe their HAY AND GREEN FEED UQder government free freight. Tliey do not leave It lo the oth- er fellow. begin, large KIHST Rill one. 1 [or ihe drilling operations v.rike one. ?trihe two. I'loouc ihrew poini. which have been sinned on ealc out at 'AVingo up. Sei'tion J'.'. Tosrn.ihip RaiiEo No rur.s. Otie hit No SKCONl) up. Strike one. JJelvIJ drove 10 cenlre- Kin5 u''v Strike I Taylor, ct KJmonton. is nov: hll iiu-'-J bill HliisatwraiiU-d 10 sacrifice but! on iho ground superiaieudius il" 'wea'X nu" tall Ulnff (orced I plaeinjl Or mnteH.l, sissi. i as; ssjs It no' j sacrifice "inpleuos a doub'-c-play. I (or tnls of Iho counlrr, and me Jackson uh -A- -aVVwheP- No runs. One hit. No errors. S drill wiU lie sunk TO any depth deemed I Rath fuffbioJ M- SKCONl) HALl-Weavcr up. Dili i to prove lhe field. U i j Collins 10 third" up Ral1 lwo- Suite one. FouKl It Is the inient'on ol lhe com- t Krl-ch ou'" rrflb lo I strike two. Raih a run- pany. (0 a. larce nymber of weJIs N- No hk- One erro- I IliT1E caich ol Ily near-The ,Q yltinity. .NO One rrro.. jackscn Up. Strike one. FOURTH INNING Ball'one. Foul. Jack- 1 up Strike nQe.Uon drove a foul lhe left The bail hit rne of the fielders Rsth lined (0. Ball thirc. Jackson tanned, lakins a lerrific swipe at lhc liiiril attempt. up. Strike one.! one. Strike irh singled. I Ganilil up. Hall oui i one. Foul, strike tivo. Giiidil fanned. Unndil watched third sirike go )--AH German prisoners still 'J In Kranco will be repatriated direct, elier the reject'on of the pca.cc of having been received treaty, according to Information re- ceived from Berlin. The Swiss lega- tion in Paris, it is stated, sent infor- mation to this effect lo the central of- fice Hi 1'aris for to Ger- ii aJJeJ. been driven imo iht> marsliy where ho must or surrender." A FrelicJ) ivircJrss service inpssn [roin Ilelsingfors on Oelouer! 2 reported that the Hussian nortluvest-j ern army had slarlcd a pcneral ot-1 I fensivo movement in tbe dirc-ction ot Foal, Flrjko uvo. Quigley on tbe leg. easy lo IXiuhprt up. Koul, strike one. !aiu one an front of The plntc, bul was out, Ethalk 10 O.in.lil. droll np. nalLtme. Strike ouc. Groh line Eddie. Colons. Nn runs Nti hits. errcrj. SECOND up. liolli pitchers were ivprkine in almost per- fect form, t-'oui, Mrite one. Gandil sent n high fojl lhat care of. nisberjf np. Koul. strike OTK-. 'lieJ wfco (aii- lured H. Sriialk up. Ball oae. -Strike rnip. n higli Uy. bui Groh took :t cf ihird. No rues. Xo lii-.s. No FIFTH INNING FIRST JJALF--Rousch up. Ball r'cul. strike oce. ..._ tvo. Hall live. was a line drive. W H one. Foul, strike Li ;T! NOPE! YOU CAN'T FOOL 'EM! No runs. One hit. No errors. NINTH INNING I K1KST up Hall otlO.j StrJke one. Ball two. Raih fouled! TO Schalk. tUubert. up. Strike one.! Jackson gathered in Dauben's fly. Groh up. Schalk sot Groh's liish touli by leaning orer into ihe grandstand Presented With Public Address And is Honor Guest at Luncheon When Twenty-five Millions Buy "Cascarels" They Must te "Just Right" for Liver and Bowels Twenly-five million boies of Car- removing Iho toxins, poisons anil sour, carets were sold last year to who wanted relief from Constipation, i'emulating ihe liver and slreusihen- Uilioushness, Indigestion, Colds ing [ilc bowel muscles. They never and Sick Headaches without being 1 weaken or upset you like Salts, Cal- shaken up and sickened all the ncxcjomel or violent Pills. Cascarets COSL VANCOUVER. Oct. l'-v >vork rrhilD you so lltlle members of the city citizens as alighted from the tram this moroing. Sir -Arthur Currie, K.C.U., K.C. ihrew Ilisberg at Tirsi. Schal.. out, Scnulr: to Gandil, teR -j-ll rolling' Sirike one Ball oue Ball two hall way Ii lhe pnrtcrV Dun-lH u Scbalk talked. Murphy] can up. Ball f.; M.G., now Inspector-sencral ol Can- was safe CicoUo threv; bi> drife wilil i first, lhc ball goius lo ibe siands TJancan reaches second. KopE up.I" Ball one. one. Strike TWO. Ball 1 tire. Foiil. Uopf singled LO IcTt and j Duncan sioppel ai third, but scored j t i 11 -tvhpn Jark5on threw lo ihe plate, i y 111 KopE reached secoad. tCorrectioa.t M Uf the orricip.l scorer give Cicotte I'1 up. Uall three. Scbalt walked. [or Cicotte. Murphy up. Mur-1 c flied lo HouECh. Schalk OQ Jebo.'d lined to Grob. j No runs. No bits. No errors. BRITISH COLUMBIA RANCHES FRUIT LANDS CTTT ANO-OOUNTRY error for muffing -lacKson's throw.I J _ Neale up. Strike one. Ball one. Ball two. Neale seiit one over JnckFOu's head End Kopf Neale reacbeil second. H was a two-bagger. .Wingo up. ouL Eddie Collins 10 dil, Xcale going lo Ihird. up.! Strike one. Strike two. drove i Has Tola! ai vicious Jrive lhat EJ'Jis Collins got I ind. threw him oul It first. Two runs: Tvo hits. TVo errors, SECOND up. Ci- j i cbtle out, Daubert to Ring. Banber: jfen! tuck'zni sal Ibe ball while nine! of September competition ilnrrieaiy coTtred ilie bag. Liebold up.! for. Shepherd.Cup: yoiil. strike one. llall one Bali two.' Gross.- Hep. Nell. Ball three. two. threw D. Hume S6 vild' after. iaXing Licbold's 11. Mcnzies 103 the 0311 goiog-to lhe-5rrand. and l.ie-i J. A. Reid 106 of Ten Poinls Five Months' Hume Second U Scr. Superintendent of Nursing School Says Internal Bath- ing f Gives Best Results -in Constipation. hold reached second. Eddie .Collins I This cup ia awarded on total poinia np. llall one. IlmE's neii pilch hit j gained during June; July, August lhe ground in front of _Ihe plate. September oi 15L5. die Coll las drove ii to Groh, who I result is as tallows. 1 H W Menzies 10 pom 13 throwing to Raili, and Hie latter Hume................ 9 points ting the put out. Eddie Collins unjj, A. Reid___........... 3 poinU first. Weaver np. Ball one. T. Oiland 7 points rirove r. irouiidcr lo Dauberl ,11. Menzie wins the ShephcrJ the latter only having lo step on inoloup and holds it for with bas; to make the pui-oui. Ihe'privi'ege 01 the No runs. No hits. One error. hrinner? In 1320 and 1521 for SIXTH INNING I slon of tfao trophy outright. KIRST up. Slrikc! one. Ball one. Foul, strike t-vo. tivo. Foul. Ratti's easy i T handled by Risbarz, who threw piirflV out at first. Uaubert up. Sirike one. RUGBY 5COHE5 one. Da 11' two. Eddie Collins "threw Danberl out at (Tat. Groh up. j yonL strike one. Hall one. Foul, strike n.. ,K iwo Uall Iffo. Grob ool, Weaver Lo Game over-OUawa 10, Montr.al 3. At quarters, Argoa "NO runs. No hits. No errors. Hamilton 10. SECOND up. Ball I one, Jacksoi) throirj) out at tirsl. Fc.scli np. Fels-ch sent high fly to Duncan who 501 it TV Jib In a feel'" ol lhc kit field fence. Gandil up. Ball one. Strike one. Foul, strike (wo. Ball two. Ball thret. Foul. Gnndil singled second. The ball passed Just out of KopT'5 reach. Kisborg up. Ball one. Strike one. Ball two. Neale gathered in lllsberg's Dr. R.-M. AmrUic. President and Su-1 perinlendenl, School of j Xursiug. Toronto, ivrites: "I have' much pleasure in sending you a letter recotnnifcnding the J. B. L. Cascade. I sball also be pleased to do person-1 allv or by phone. JTroni. personal ex-1 rerlence from my virious pallents who ara using the J.. B. L, Cascade have no hesitation in Tecoramendins it to anyone Tvilh' constir.atioD or any trouble arising Inercfrom. Its benefits in such cases are felt at once, and in my own case as well as others thai lave come directly jinrier my nolicfi. It lias certainlv" been ihe-means of bringing nbout many wonderful cures of and various olhei les. I hare much pleasure in recommending tLe Cascade." It you are troubled with headadhes, lLoustiCjSS, bad breath, rheaiuaUsm, sallow coiaplexion, or any trouble arising from impertect elimination, we wouW urge you (o try Internal Bathing by meana of the J. B. L. C cade. This wonderful' health-glyliii; Appliance is sliown and eiplsincd at lhc CTCSS nrug fc Book Co., Ltd., Phone or ask them for free book- let all about nrrlte Tyrell'a Hy- gienic illistJluato, 163 College St, I Xo runs. One hit. Xo errors, SEVENTH INNING FIRST Ring was pitching magnificent tall, keeping the ball on the comara oi the plate, usually in- Rouscli up. Rail one, Slrik1 AUCTION SALES AUCTION SALE AT THE EXHIBITION GROUND STABLES, LETHBRIDGE On FRIDAY, OCT. 10th AT ONE P.M. This Livestock and Chatties are being shipped from Purple Springs and Grassy Lake on account of scarcity of feed. 1 learn Imckskin mares, 2 and 4 years old, 2SOO; 1 sorrel leaui geldings, 3 and 4 years old, 2600; 1 learn Clyde niarfs, 3 aud 4 years IDS.; 1 '.earn Percherbns, mare and gelding, 3 yean; old, 2700; 1 team Clyde geldings, 3 years old, 2400; 1 team Clyde marcs 3 and 7 years old, 2SOO; 1 thoroughbred team geldings, 3 and 4 years, 2600; I team black geldings, 3 years 2600; 1 team grey geldings, 3 and 4 years, 2100; 1 leam grey 6 rears, 3200- 1 leam geldings, 3 anil 4 years, 2J.OO; 1 Clyde mare, 6 years. 1500. 1 mare, 7 years, 1400; 1 marc, C yeara, 1250; 1 geld, ing, 3 years, 1250; 1 gelding, S years, 1200, 1 mule. 15 head choica dairy cows, Aberdeen-Angus; 6 brcedy Aoer- deen-Angus Etcers; 1 Jersey cow. 1 New Deal wagon, complete. Lip-top DOS; 1 Van Brunt double disc drill; I S-toot Deerlng binder; .l_Jobn Deere gang plow; 1 Mc- Cormick mower; 1 Acme sweep rake7 1 rope slacker; 1 rotary purno. 47 feet, inch pipe; 2 sets double work harness; 1 set single harness; seven collars. This live slock is iircedy and in splendid condition and is being shinned up here to lie sold. The last bidder will be a sure buy- er. TERMS CASH GEO. P. PORTER Auctioneer Phone 1692 BY FRANK, WADDINGTON Monday Next, October 6th AT 1717 FIFTH AVENUE NORTH AT one.. Ball two. Itousch out, Kddie Collins to Gaodil. H an In-11 THE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE And effects Including: Oak slclcboard; cxleAaion dining lable; up- liolslereil lounge; rockers; G dining chairs; occasional linoleum, carpcllinga; beds and springs, wllh oali dressera ond Elands; -washing machine and'wrlnccr. waghluha anrt boilers; janlineres; Itllchen chairs; kilchcn table-; Jewel ranpe In fine shapo; lawn mower; lawn hose; sewing machine; Klretchcr and maltresg; kitchen ulenails and. many pmall Hems. TERMS CASH PHONES 770-469 WADDINGTON SELLS RESERVE IF STATELY DrGNITY la yonr chotirf (or a monliment ws arc rfe'dy 'dy (o. submit a .yarlfctf Uthbridge Monumental Works 8th Stiecl, Scvth, R. Needi. i-SPECIAL SALE OF SUPERIOR FURNITURE i AT WADDINGTON'S ROOMS TUESDAY 7 AT TWO O'CLOCK PARTICULARS ON MONDAY AUCTION SALE Of Stock, Implements and Household Furniture HAVINQ RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS FROM MR. DAVIS, WHO HAS SOLD HIS IRRIGATED FARM AND IS T1ETURNNG TO THE STATES, THE UNDERSIGNED WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AND RESERVE At His Farm, Norlhwest Quarter of Section 36, Tp. 19, W. 4th M., one mile east of Ready-Made, School House and Itfb miles South and seven miles x east of Coaldalc On Monday, Oct. 13th COMMENCING AT ONE O'CLOCK The following: Complete equipment anil fnrnifiliiiiR.s ol livu roomed house; 1 L'ockshLill tlouhlc cllfic 2 Inlernalional disc )jarrnwr; 1 gang plow, H breaker anil ctulihlc bot- loma; 1 Junior Ovcrsliot aUckor; 2 Jenkins rakes; 1 Maapey- llarrla liin'ler, 8 II 1 Daine rnnwsr, (I 1 John Dcerc Walking nlow, 12 in.; I Chatham fanning mill; I harrow carl; SO While Leghorn chickens. 1 cream separator, 12; 1 motor' cycle; 3 10 hcfltl or mulea, comprising: 2 2-ycur-old. 7 4-year- oltls, weighing aljoiU 1200. anil 1 K-ycar-oT'l. wclnliing about 1000' 2 4-year old steers, weighing aliout HOf) r-arh; 2 vlll at- tend the cohlercnce In (hotr own capac- ity. Addrcit Any Inqulrfei to The .Convening Committee 60S ELECTRIC RAILWAY CHAMBERS Winnipeg, October 20-21-22 THE AIM To direct public ni- letitlon lo the lunda- mental proulcms of !r. Canada. To consider cducalion in Its relation to Canad- ian cillzeusulp. To un- :tne (eataolfali- ment of a rcrmancnt bureau to guide and assist the educational thought o( lhe cocnlry. Now lhat the days are getting short it is lime lo consider what use you arc going lo lhe long vviiiler evenings. Why not use ih'em to improve your cducalion, and at lhe same lime increase your earn- ing power. If you cannol attend out1 DAY our CLASSES provide1 the opportunity. INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION is given Short- hand, cither Gregg or Pitman; Touch Bookkeeping; Spelling; Writing; Business Arithme- Correspondence; and English, Classes me.el every Monday andlliursaay even-) ing from 7.30 Do'nol delay. Come Up and lalk lhe matter oyer next Monday nighl. OFFICE PHONE 1315 Garbutt Business, College 413 EIOHTH STflEET SOUTH RESIDENCE PHONE 1531 ;