Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 9

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 12

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TUKSDAY. OCTOBK1V7, 1010 DAILY HERALD. PAGE NINE7! KERR AGAIN WINS (CONTINUED FflOM FRONT PAGE) most lo loe left field crowd. up. ncrldeu weul back to the stand and jiallcd Jackson's hlgU foul. FelBcli up. Strike one. Felsch singled through ilie pitcher1! box. Gandll up. Bali one. Ball two. Ball three. Strike cue. Kopf InrBtr out Gandil. No mas. One hit. No errors. SECOND up. Js'eale tripled to rlpat centre. There was an Argument that Neale did not touch one of the basy, but the umpires did 1101 allow the claim. Rarlueu up. Karl- den out, Colllus, to Gandll, Ncalc bold- Ing third, Heulber up. Hall cue. Strike one. neuiber doubled over Iho third tai'k, (ha bull billing the left field scoring. HaLh up. Hath drove on easy ono lo Hlsborg. but the latter hit'Souther going to third, In hls-attempt to.put-him out mil Iteulher scored, Ruth taking sec- ond. Hiilh stola- third. 'up( Hall eye. Dali: two, D.iubert hoisted lo Jackson 'and Hath was caughu at Lite plate for 2. uauble-plar, Schalk ecUlug Iho put-out. It was a great throw by -Jactaon. Two runs. Two lilts. One error. FIFTH INNINQ FIRST up. Ball one. Ball Iwo. Bill three. Strike one. Rlsberg walked, Reutier fall- ing to put the ball oier the plale. Schalk up. Dall one. Foul, one. Ball two. Foul, strike 1 wo. Ucll three. Foul. Schalk walked. Kerr up. Hauler appeared to be becoming unsteady. Dsll one. Kerr tingled, ad- vancing both a bMe, Rlfiuers taking third and Schallr. golni to sec- ond. Rlcherg orerrau UilrJ, tint Groh failed to touch him. J- Collins up. J.' Collins out lo Rousch and the letter's throw was EO [ait that Rlsberg who bad started for home turned back and held third. Eddie Collins up. Ball ono. Ball two. Foul, elrlke one. Ring began lo warm up for Cinclnnall on the side Foul, strike two. Foul. Eddie Collins filed to Rouicb and His- berg scored. Schalk failed lo (a lo third on the! play and1 Kerr ran down to Eecond. Groh seeing the predica- ment ran orer and touched Kerr, ROUKI getting an aislsl oa lb purity and alrenglh. Iluy a hoi lo-dav, what you require, put Ihc remainder awny. and whcft neit you nccil It, H will be Justai cffectlreaswhcn first bought. That why Zam- I Bnk li always Ihc choice of I lhe house-keeper. AH Xlllinl and heals In Ihe ihofteit time possible. Es much inilely and oflea expense hy Inimedlilcly applying _ Mothers can lave thcmielvea much anilely and oflea much'needless tin .in .Eecond. ;nisherg up. Ulsbertj lined o Kopf wlio throw io Ilath at second, One run.' Thred'hlts.' No errors.- SECOMD Housch up, Striko one.. .Eddie Cplltas.llireyt-.oul Rousch- )uncan up. Duncan out on 'n foul to -behind ;plnlc. Kopf up, Collins Ihrcw out kopl-at first. .No runs... No No. errors. OTTAWA, Oct. TI. nurnham I'elerboro, has hnndcd In Tor tho tier a rcsotnllon whlcb dcnls with. Sir Robert Uordon's recently re ported pronouncement of policy. Mr. Durnlinm cllos In-full the re- porl from tho Ottawa.Morning Jou In his nnd proceeds follows: "Whereas, the above report o! the recent govornmtnt cfiucua flppcRrei In tho Ottawa Morning Journal-' 01 October 2, and "Whereas, In tbo .ntovo ruporlei pronouncement of policy and In.th official word concerning prolectlo or protective tariff Appears Dnd n mention of Ihc same -is made; "Therefore, In the opinion of Ihl houso It Is desirable that tho Icade of Ihc government should fcnotf lha n projier dcsrco of protccllon Is' n< ccss'ary to tho progrcsalvo ond vro: taTnncod rtovclopmcnt ol tnnt no policy Isnorlng Ihe protccKv princlplo In .n Canadian Lnrlff will b acceplnble or for Ihc general hcncfr of Canada." -.The IhC'board of concllln llon'vtWenllfeDr'.'BCccptatJle" lo tlf Duclpli radial railwny'e employees, belter healtri'; and clearer corhplexionsbyusing Beecham's PUJs.; ,They give you tlie very lielp you need, and aid to the stomach, .liver, bowels and blboti; .Gehtle and positive in action, without any disa- greeable AUCTION AT THE EXHIBITION GROUND STABUES, LETHBRIDGE Oi lOtk AT ONE P.M. This Livestock 'aid CjTaUlcs jhipped from and-! 'yeari -1 team Clyde'-marM', 3 and 4 years old. 2700 Ibs.; 3 years old. 2700; I teani'Clyde geldings, J years 1 .team Clydt 7 jcare. old, 1 and 4 y'eafs, years old, teani grey gelrtins's, 3. and geldings, mated.1. 1 teara teldiiixs.-.Sjod .4 l-Clids male, j ...6 years, 1500. 1 mare; 7 1 1 gel.rr ing, 3 years, 1250; mule.' being shipped u'rVh.e: er. I'hefo'tb be sold. Tli's'.iasl be -.-.TERMS CUBti' GEO; P. Auctibneer .Phone PIUS are worth a y; guinea a box BlTRO-PHOSP IS GOOD FOR THIN NERVOUS PEOPLE A 7'rench Eclcnllst has dlscorcrcj 1U organic phosphate whlcb should a very effecllre remedy for weak nerves, sleeplessness, thinncas 'and lack o( and rigor. Ha substance Is described 'by spe- cialists as identical in composition with cotlofn vitalo elements natur- ally found in'brain and ncrvo .cells and one which when taken Inlo-tho human Byelonvls quickly .converted Into hcaUhy-ltYing.tissue. This phosphato'-ls Alretiay.-'.wldely known among' druggists in'ihts coun- try as Ultro-PhOsphalr; and eome rhy- slclana .claim lhat through' lla U'EG strengtW, energy, rigor a.od nerve force are frequently Increascd'lh Iwa wceks'Ulrao. Dr. freilorlck Kolle, Vlilt6r o! New York rhySciaris sftyi H'shonlil prcjcriljed'hy cVer'y doc- tor and usfd In In (lin United Slates. As Ihere are variety of So-called phosphates, tlipso tp lest Ihls. suustandii ahbukl-ue sure lo set -.the genuin'i Of Stock, Implements Household Furniture HAVING RECEIVED. (NBJRUCTION9 FROM Mh. IRWIN DAVIt.: WHO HAS IRRIGATED FARM AND 18 RETURNHa'.'.' TO U.NDERSIGNED'WILL SELL BY WITKOllT RESERVED At His Farm. NoHhwMt Quirter of Stctioa 36, Tp; 8i Rge. 19, W. 4th' M., milfc oif School House two milts South and ntHn eait of Coaldile Station, On Monday, O'CLOCK The eclnlpment arid furnishings of roomed t'.QqCkihuU double disc drill, InlernatloMJ.; illsc harroyaj 1 Sang plow, U breaker and atubhle'bot; lomsi'J JuntorOterBhot, Blacker; z Jenkins bull rakes; '.I'Mamr: Harris binder, 8 [L; 1 Daihe B ft.; 1 John Detre Walkln'i plow, 12 In.; 1 Chatham'fanning :cart; 50 Leghorn chlckeng.': 1. DeLaval'.cream-separator, motot... cycle; 3 pigs; Ip head of mules, comprising; 2 2-year-old, 7 fyeaj- about 18-year.old, weighing about 2 4-year old weighing about 1500 2 dry cows; J mlli cows; 2 2-yeit-old steers; 2 2-ycar.old helfera; 2 geldings weighing 1500 Imported Oiydestlate SlalllOn, 1 StBndaVd.Bred Pacing and m'any small article1! c loo. mira'crbuS to -._ all-amounts up lo ?2i.oO cash. On tfre balance, Uric oe glycrl unlll .Oct. oil approved notes LaVALLEY, Auctioneer' D. J. McSWAIN, Clerli. Address, c-6 Dowiley'Liind Aflency, Lelhbrldge, ;