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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta "Friday. Odolior U, Tin--; IK DAILY IIKUVIVD DEVORE SAVED GIANTS' SCALP YESTERDAY With Men on Bases Red Sox Catcher Drove Hard to Right Field and It Appeared to be all Off With New York but Little Josh Saved the Day With' One Hand Spear Giants overcame I lorn on Iteil Sox today hy ;i score ol lo 1 in Ihe third ttamu of tht- world's haselmll club hub now won a victory, ilie hcnoiul me having ended in n tie. ICi.llUO iiuoplu '.viUie.ssed ilio Iiitchor.s' batik1, in which ihe ('hints' loft hander, Rube Maninard curried suoro on Alorkle's muff oi' l-'Jotclior's throw mi Warner's grounder which the honors. Speaker's Fast Work Speaker limped through ihe with ;i wrenched ankle, bui thai did not pro veal him in New York's half ol the ninth I'toin raC'tng over toward the temporary fence and taking GREAIEST CROPS IN U.S. HISTORY CEREALS THE GRANARIES TO OVERFLOWING AMD ROOT CROP IS BIG Washington, Oel. before liavo this Hresit eorc'iil eropa of Uia U. K. heen I'M hoiinilful as llioso.of this year. Records of production for al- most every cereal liavo been surpass- t.'d, in sum e instances hy millions of bushels. Tin; Octohur crop report of the Do- I'li'tincnt. of Agriculture issued yos- terday shows spring wheat, bar- ley. rye and hay all liavo exceeded (ho best record productions, whilf; the crops of coin and potatoes from pres- ent indications iilt-o will he the jfrual- O'M ever Iwrveslrd. The [failures of tho report' are the cnrrmons harvests of corn, oalK and spring wheat. .More than throe billion bushels of corn, almost a billion and Kieichcr's drive, labelled for three Of oats and Ihree linn- bases. whi'i'HiiK on tin- run and thirty million bushels of 1 ittle I osh lievoie the hero of ''vllL't'lilu; IillJ ni" dred and thirty million bushels of bitUt l-Obli UK liuo ol ,wr qujthiy uircw to rilahl and whe-K hive heen "imvn The the day. The onuifMder made ,rt f MOUII. I lie- I, tlml Hmm.hecl vie- h'dm n, lory rmm M.C Jit "'K lllc Krcatcst cr01'B CVCT lo dcl'mii. Tho lied Sox made a ties- I here. pt'rato rally in ihe ninth, and there! were iiion on second and third, and j iwo cm when Cady came to the hat The Boston catche Herzog's Coaches llerxoH's rapid fire la Nort.li Dakota bush- els spring wheat, tho greatest wheat, harvest ove xit.j tho Giants infield wus tate, was produced. The yield per Hi-re I here was increased from c'rlvc between rIKhL and centre, and bushels, lasr year to' eighteen this Tvhh his B loved hand on ihe dead run. ending the game. Marquard Had Speed Miiniuan! wag a to ihe 'led Sox. His fast ball-sped over ihe plate wiili the swish of a rawhide lash .and hit; curves were under pood control. He gave only one base on balls. In IH-.iR keyed to a fighting pilch. Hoi'xog brought Murphy home on a sacrifice i ho second and lie .started the trouble for tho Hod Sox in the. fifth by out a iwo baiter, 'scor- ing a few miniiity later on a hit. McGraw's Opinion "Hostoil sot the start on said only one inning did tin- Rrrf Sox hitve j Maililger AIcGl.aw toniyiu, "Inn. .we ilanwrml in trouble, and f.hat was in tho ninth, when Boston made its last j Hand and scm one nm over tin- plate, j "f'mm tile s' ['he Giants' boxmun did not allow ibciof pjav jn ilu, ]ast thrue ..Anws caught i.heni today and now the front. The Giants Ti- lled Sox batters ;o .uanier more than one- hit in any inning until the final! lally. "Mucli" O'Brien held Yorljj hits, but of them were! when they counted for 0'- Urion !'ounci himself in trouble in the sixth inning, when .Murray led off with we're the producers. In each or these states the yield per acre this year WHS almost double last year's yield. "II looks as if we'won't have to im- port any potatoes this sajd Secretary Wilson, in eonnneniing on j record potato crop. fare that, (he farmers will'have t OdiUWO bushels more, potatoes this i year than last whun by reason of the j short crop large 'quantities were im- ported from 1C u rope. prulit by it." Stahl's Explanation .Mannger Stab) did noi break riaht for the Sox today but. he tool; tiie defeat I 0 SETTLE IN- CENTRAL ALBERTA cheerfully. The two chilis returned! a double, which resulted in H -rim on j to tonifrht where the polo n sacrifkx- hit and a san-ilu-e fly; and Iground-j will them in combat to- in :IKJ fifth when Honiog banii-1 morrow. ,tlic weather conditions' per- ittiiijr. 'd out another two bagger, and came liotnc afier Meyers adv.inced him to ihird'on rietuhcr's single. Boston Rallied Boston made its stand in the. ninth. when two runs were needed io IMMIGRANTS FROM .JERSEY'' IS- LANDS WILL GO INTO DAIRY FARMING Tht Strike-Out Victims wertt nine strike oil! linis. O'Brien, fanned" twice. Hoop-: tlu The crowd when Kp-eaker popped to l-'le teller, and hundreds for the exits. Lewis sc.-alcheil an infield 1m an-d Heiv.og rue hod ;n lo steady cr, Devore. .Mur-j Ule tuiri Meyers i Three game, tlie hascs pilforir ytolen iu the done b; ner, JXjvure ami I'ieicher fmmcriFc cSepurlmtm of in Jer- sey, arrived in lOdmotiton yesterday witli 1-! immiyniniH from the Channi.1! Islaniif. They will peiik- on., farm lands in central Albert a anO engaHcJii dairy truck' gardening and poujtry This is Miss Rt'lliiigtoirri f'.Tar Oarcim-r drove a wicked boumlerj The lafgcst cruwd that ever saw i visit to she has been .Mei-kh- alonz tb-.- right fiuhl line, a ball game in Bc-.sioii passed throtich j instriimciitnl in mere. Ihanj and 1-owlB wns n-unding third when the gates at I'puwiiy [-'ark. The Xa- 'MM setters in the western provinces Speaker him. Lewis fought ikwal ligurCH showed a! in ihe. hisl ten years. In I.IIF. eonr.se Speaker off. but half way toward attendance of The crowd rf an Miss Wellington siiul home he heard a warning cr; tnrnrd bark. Where Boston Tailed Once more he ran toward home and scored. Uaydntir on drive. which Mevon; played wit it dtttictiiiy and j i'anie late to the panic aiid ihe i the adults of the Cliannel Islands I did'not really begin to fill an! from I to Hi hcjiirs- a dity. for which i't.-fore umpire Evana called, j they receive a we.ek. There is j a kitchen corner1. The men and women generally are hard i workers, ImL (hey do no; earn enough and would have made third Ir.i in returning io third forced him to i into temporary HI the I'njt- hustle hack to Lewis eel States. Wha, is electing HIM head i lhc WCBt' il11 finally ran it was too late for of a great naiioii'io winninjr glory in' Gardner m advance. Gardner! a world's championship on third he could have easily lied the. mat'jij. NEWS THIRD BASEMAN-WHO'S COACHING GREATLY HELPED IARQUARD TO VICTORY YESTERDAY MILK KJVEK Jlilk Itiver. Oct. number of impvoYiMne.iits are being made in thy town. The school has been re- novated inside1 and outside 'with a double coat, of paini and a new mar! j Moor. Mv. .Jrrhim has llis stable built j Tin- Milk Rher .Movainlllo Co. IM j clKitminn hands. F. H. Ellert has pirr- j (Suited t lie property. Mr. 1'rci-ser and Mr. Schniiili Imvo j inovet! into thv town for the1 winttv. j H. Thomscn has gone to his hoinc- i sieud for the wia.er. Mr. hat; .-old his house and j lot to Mr. Hi-ringer. j The di'iivery of train is heavy i the eiovaior and in cars. I. K. lliehiirdtjon and brii'c home p in a instead of a shower i. Thev go to his home in .tinI roiling country to the Profit-Sharing Gifts for Smokers We Have Decided to Share Profits Smokers of Canada .1 Our new profit-sharing coupons arc not given as an inducement to smokers to buy "Black Cat" Cigarettes. The value and quality of our cigarettes remain as a. matter of the bc.sf that money can buy. 'We have obtained the custom of the critical smokers of Canada, and are giving them the best tobacco and the best work- Ol we will never risk our repu- tation by giving them anything but, the best. Our new policy' of gifts to simply the modern step forward of sharing profits. Our good name and the value of our brands is a guarantee of good faith to the smokers of Canada. Cat" Cigarettes Contains a Profit-Sharing Coupon All issues of "Black Cat" Cigarette Coupons the new Proiit-SliaringC-oupons for the gilts described in the Illustrated Booklet, and have the same value as the now Coupons. .Value of Coupons. Instead of receiving a dividend in cash, smokers receive Profit-Sharing' Coupons worth about twice as niuch'in obtain- ing the profit-sharing gifts described in the Illus- trated Booklet found- 'in each packet. All the in the Illustrated Booklet are British-made by weH-known manu- facturers and are of the best quality. Cat Medium for 10 Gents Mild In every packet of "Black Cat" Cigarettes you will find one Profit-Sharing Coupon and an. Illustrated Booklet, giving full particulars and the list of gifts. Save the Coupons, select the gilt, and mail Coupons to the address below. Your gift will reach you By return. Address: 853 St. Lawrence Boulevard, Montreal, Qoe.' CARRERAS MARCIANUS OF CANADA, Limited If you do not find an Illustrated Booklet of Gifts in the packet ujrite ns An Unsolicited Analytical Endorsement The Lancet, the most authoritative Medical journal in the world, published on page 543 of its issue of August 24, 1912, an analysis of various best known cigarettes including "Black Cat" Cigarettes. The report shows that the least harmful tobacco is that which con- tains the least Furfural. In other words The Lancet's analyst has proved that "Biack Cat" Cigarettes are. the purest and best for health. i the whiter in lins not fluently his 'irrivat not s-'iK'niUy. this tnrntli. and h; likely to lie KOmc-j iOlu days last, month, due to car short- v.-oli i'or toit.c ir.onu-s and Ucprs a few loyal t'riemis 'what smaller than usnitl. owitij: to the' use. iniprovi: a J''Si ai a lower al- liuly [-rlebraiod [he aiK-ienr tituile. 'li'' on lhi> i isomh town. I l.ellny hm-ried to ihej ol j in l.otUbridiie for an South un: I lion for apiic-ndicitis. He is s reived ihie ;ilid Iho doctor i Mr. .Sholiiy's son Jiad an arm and collarbone broken by being t'.irown to have a laundry and n room. Itr. Anderson your in Innisfai! ue join in tin; wish of long Hfr and j io the hiupy couple. I A. IX Cami hell, of The Hornier I-'rug iilid Store, is I lie father of a Mosnirtr. .Oel. -.lolin Tbonin j Hue giri. and from the latest reports son. hito of the Hosiner Mines oftieo. n'-oihor and child are doin.q well. staff, arrived on Thursday; Mr. Vancouver, is inorninu: from and manager a; trie li of Montreal, dnr- a short 'o. inj? the remporary absence of .Mr. Ken- ithout a j moriiiiift. io It. T. i'oon, of the P U. Xainral [efionrees1 itapartmont, in inwn nl .subjects Of the i Kini; turned out in tlie rain to see ihf ruriied train iliroiisU Ilosmer, but hi' intt'iui.- inhhe on Monday lo-jthe Ouk.- did not ilid not :i i csi! inj.-s i-.e cast. the. t-ven hesitate. f .Mrs, KiiKlur ItiUuds to spend the doctor, the train late, and consc-J Pay day ;ti the miuya is oil Uic I9thl There's ;i place on (lie DOArrxrox SQUAKF, And ihere it's goinji; lo slop. DOMINION HQUAKK, See Ihe cents io dollars .ffi'OAV. investiiitf. (don't he slow) (let, n slice, for it's it ,n'o. DOMINION SUIT ARE. ;