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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta COWA PERFECTION is the most 1 economical that a? .you. can buy. I IHalfateaspoonful will make a cup Vy- cocoa rich, fragrant, the delicious flavor that is characteristic of Cowan's. THE COWAN CO. LIMITED, TORONTO. 132 IULL1N WAS STAR PERFORMER iy _____ 4" Yesterday s Game At De- I troll-Struck Out Ten I 5 Pirates PITTSBURG The Man From Home A Novelization of the Play of the Same Ntme right. fcy A By BOOTH TARK1NGTON and HARRY LEON WILSON LEADING AGAIN (Continued from Front Page) SECOND INNING Detroit: Wilson caught T. Stanage struck out. Summers also struck out- No runs. Pittsburg Gibson beat out a hit to Bush. Adams sacrificed, Summers to Delehanty, sending Gibson to .sec- ond. Delehanty made a wonderful one-handed pick-up on what appeared to be a safe hit by By-rue and him out to T.. Jones went to third. Gibson Detroit, Oct. defeated Pittsburg 5 to 0 today and evened up 3 the count iff the World's Champion- ship series, each now having two vic- tories to its credit. Tbe game was played with the mer- p cury at 34 above zero, but persons braved the chilling tempera- ture and freezing blasts. The Amet- balls. League champions outclassed i their rivals in every department of 4 the game and the pitching; ,of Mullin 'will make one of the brightest bits T_ ID tne-oaseball history of Detroit, i Mlller was out' It is hard to conceive of any pitch- having his opponents more at his to wfl_ than he had Fittsourg today. 1 rtiti" Kticn TQ irLiH- and Gibson scored on a wild pitch. Leach sent a high fly tc Crawford. One run. Detroit: D. Jones sent a long fly to Leach. Bush struck out. Cobb out, Byrne to Abstein. No runs. Pittsburg: Clarke base on Wagner singled to left, and Clarke went to third on, a hit and run play. As Clarke started for sec- ond Bush ran to cover the base and _ not absolute master of the sit-; fixation, and he was at his best with! on bases. Four hits represented the ability of! Detroit. Crawford out, Wagner to visitors and no two of them were i pittSDUrg iade in the same inning. Mullin per-' IQ T Jones" formed a feat in the third inning, will live long in the annals of felfcaseball and was'fro? en on the minds iarity hit a hot one to'Miller aad was thrown out to Abstein. No runs Bvrne out, Moriarity Adams fouled to Stan-. flied to D. Jones. No FIFTH INNING- Detroit: T. Jones doubled along the left field line. Stanage struck fout. Summers also struck out. D. Jones sent a high fly to Clarke. No -of those who saw it. In this inning 'ie struck out the mighty Wagner, Vk-with two out and men on second and third. That was a mighty feat, but. previously he had 'struck out t Clarke, a hard hitter, withi T Pittsburg flied to D. Jones. Clarice beat out a .hit to T_. Jones. Clarke stole second and 'Stanage's throw went by Delehanty" but he fell against Clarke and prevented the CftiOU TJLVUALLJL Ut UilJLtTt 4-k-r t tatter in trving for third. Wagner strikes in this inning, giving Mullin, Jr -r If v r out, Bus-h to T. Jones. Clarke.going three' strike-outs in one session. All n i to third. Miller out, Moriarity -to told he struck out the" visitors ten' times. Detroit scored because it was able'to hit when hits spelled runs.! SIXTH INNING Stanage, Jennings' young catcher. Detroit: Bush struck out and Gib- distinguished, himself in the second son dropped the ball, but picked it on first and second. A double -''steal on Clarke's third strike moved them on to second and third, where when Wagner came to bat. '7 Leifield was also a victim of three (1 Inning by sending Detroit's first two i -Jf runs' across the plate with a drive' just out of Miller's reach. In the t fourth Bush's double into the over-' Hour crowd in the left scored an- -other run, and it was immediately' by another two-bagger into -the same place by Ty Cobb. The by Detroit in tfte" second fourth innings drove Leifield, "Pittsburgh left-hander, from the slab iand he was succeeded by the veteran who was able to stem the though, they pressed hard in the eight inning. Eight were made by Detroit, six' of came in, innings when scores were made. Only tw o j wasted. "Outside of Mullin them no stars on the "Detroit team, their ensemble work was fine. one fielding slip marring the perfect performance. The cold apparently affected the Pittsburg fielding far more than it' did Detroit's. The National League -champions put-up a miserable field-! ing exhibition in that division. Six were -charged to the fielders Only one of them, however, figured in the scoring. The conclusive victory of Detroit. up in time to tag Bush. Cobb singled to left. Crawford doubled be- tween Leach and Clarke, scoring: Cobb. Delehanty hit a ground-er. to Wagner, and was safe on the big German's wild throw. Crawford got home and Delehanty was able to get second on the throw. Moriarity flied tp'V Clarke- T. Jones fouled to Ah- s'tcin. Two runs. Pittsburg Abstein popped to Bush and Wilson grounded out to T. Jones unassisted. Gibson out. Bush to T. Jones. No runs. SEVENTH INNING Detroit: Mclntyre batted for Stan- age and grounded out to Abstein un- assisted. Summers but'on a grqund- er to Abstein, who touched first. D. Jones; out, Byrne to Absfein." No runs. Pittsburg 'Schmidt catching for Detroit. Adams strucTc' out. Byrne singled to left. Leach singled to left and Byrne went- to" third. Clarke hit a home run into "the left field stand; scoring Byrne'and-Leach in front of him.. Wagner was "hit: Lbv a pitched ball and fell to 'the'ground, fie appears to be hurt as he has nor arisen and the players., around him. Wagner has arisen and Horace swallowed or twice Mrageiy and then a heroic tort to keep down the radiance that waa choking him, made" two effectual labs at his eyes with the handkerchief he took from and responded Joyfully, though brokenly: "She baa. Indeed. 1 aasure you i am quite overcome, my dear friends. Really, i assure you." With a silvery laugh Mme. de Cham- pigny stepped backward from him. making a little courtesy as she did so. The earl came forward with out- stretched hands and grasped one of Horace's between both his own. "My dear young friend." he said. "Not at at all." As the remark seemed a trifle am- biguous; Horace looked at him inquir- ingly, but, reading reassurance to bla face, replied instantly: "I aasure you 1 am. 1 assure you I am. If a quite overpowering, isn't With a look of commiseration the eoantoM regarded him and sald-aoftly: "Ah, poor JL From hia sprawled attitude in the j chair honorable Almeric drawled j a protest. 1 "1 Don't take it that way, 700 know. She'a very happy." j Horace recovered himself instantly j and crowed the terrace quickly to grasp the hand of the bridegroom to be. The fact that it was as limp as a Biackerel did not worry him act instant, i "She's worthy of worthy of j it! 1 know she is! And when will it be, St he said. j "Knchantlngl" cried the countess en- thualasrically. "So clear is hia grasp of the case, Hawcastle flashed her a glance and turned to Horace. i "Oh, the he said doubtfully, i T dare say within a i was another little cry of pro- test from the countess, and the earl J glared at her menacingly. Horace j started, too, and seemed to be about to enter a positive objection, but he i contented himself with "Oh, hot 1 say, you know, -isn't} Chat putting it jolly far off? thing's settled, isn't it? Why not say a month instead of a "Ha-hnmr aaid the earL "Oh, if yea like! 1 don't know that there is any real objection." "1 dot. returned Horace. here! Why not let them marry here in Italyr Hawcastle could scarcely conceal his satisfaction, while de picay executed a bit of a pas seal be- hind Horace's back. "Ah, tin dashing methods of you returned the earl smil- ingly. "Ton carry things on sol Next you'll be saying. 'Why not here at Sor- renter" "Well, and why not, Horace instantly. "And- went on Hawcastle, smiling, "and then it will be. 'Why not within a "Right-of cried Horace. "And why not within a Almeric sat up and stared at bis no- ble father and brother-in-law to be, bnt the earl smiled once more that cheerful smile and waved a deprecat- J ing hood. j "Ah, you wonderful people! 'You are whirlwinds, yet 1 see no reason why j it should not be in a fortnisht" "Oh. here! 1 say, you know-" inter- jected Almeric. heaving himsalf .erect in the chair and waving a protesting crop. The earl turned on him in- stantly. "As -I say, dear why he inqnired' suavely, and Almeric wilted immediately; "Just as you say, he an- swered meekiy. "Encnantins! Bravar cried the countess, .and Hawcastle again turned to the' palpitating Horace. "My son is all he mur- the young man with ibis eye. man of tbaf from Kokoso. Ind.. our govern- or fact a sort of guardian of be here at any time. I've heard from friends that he is coming !n this The word had caupht Hawcastle's tttention, and be leaped at it. "A sort of guardian? What sort, h? inquired, seemingly taken aback. "1 really can't say." replied Horace apologetically. "Never saw him that I know of. You see, we've been on this side so many years, and there's been no occasion for this fellow to look us Op. but he's never opposed anything Ethel wrote for. He seems to be an easy going old chap." said Hawcastle doubtfully. "Would he consent to your sister's the matter of a settle- CLARKE GO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 WE SELL FOR CASH Acadia Block We are Offering Every-day Needfuls at Specially Inviting Prices NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY FLANNELS, FLANNELETTES, VELOUR, WRAPPERETTES, COTTONS, SHEETINGS, LINENS, TOWELLINGS, ETC. _ This store is specially helpful to housewives because of its splendid stocks of these every day need-1 fills. Our lines of staples receive particular attention-only goods of highest quality and thorough dependability find admission to our shelves. Just now the assortments their new goods are all in and you assured of finding just what you want in the various lines; values too are now particularly good. These items indicate how greatly it it-to your advantage to supply your needs at this quoted are usually attached to goods much inferior grades. Horace fcatyrheo; cheertnny. doobt of It If he stater he'll be the flnt to Welcome the Alliance, won't "Then when he and my solicitor come they can have an evening together over a lot of musty papers, and the thing will be done. Again, my boy, I wel- come you to our family. God bless He wrung Horace's hand again and turned away as If to hide his but really to wink at the countess. "I'm you ly overpowered, you stammered Horace, fanning himself desperately with his bat "Come, said the earl, and as the youthful heir to his house arose languidly he sidled close to'the count- and whispered In her ear: "Let him know it's a hundred and Then he Almeric went up the steps into the hotel, leaving Horace and the countess fixing at each other fellghtedly. She crossed over to him impulsively I am happy for you." "Think of itr said Horace joyously. "In a fortnight at the most dear'old fetnfll wffl be the Hon. Mrs. 8t Aubyn, fntunt Countess of replied the countess, with- tawing her hands and picking np her farasol, "and there Is but the little ar- rangement of the. settlement between your advocate and Lord Hawcastie's. Bnt JM laugh at such tainga. You are big, BO big. like your comrtryr Horace followed her across the ter- race to the wall. "Ah, believe me. dear he MI id, "the great world, countess has thoroughly alienated me." The countess turned her shapely head and looked at him admiringly and with a touch of Irony at the-sur- prise she was about to give him. "Ah, you retain one quality. Ton are careless, you are and she laid her right hand upon bis arm, and Hor- ace thrilled at the intimate touch. he laughed, "perhaps in those things I am American, but In others I fancy I should be something else, shouldn't She laughed openly at ;hlm now, but earnestly withal, andisaid: "You are a debonair man of. the world, and yet you are still American in that you are abominably rich. The matter as that over which a Frenchman, an -Italian, might laugh. Such matter as set it aside, you Jsngh. You say, -Oh, yes: take For a moment she feared that Hor- ace would fall over the low parapet, so white did his face become and then so flushed, but the boy was game all through. The generations, of simple; Indiana stock came to his rescue, and1 be steeled himself with an effort and; replied quietly: "A hundred and fifty thousand pounds! Why. thafs 'seven hundred FINE Good weight cloth, suitable lor house dresses, waieta or children's wear; colors cardinal, green, brown, etc., in neat spots, stripes and floral designs. HEAVY ENGLISH -A special line purchased at less than regular value and' passed along to you at a little lesa-thaa our regular rate of profit. Light and medium colored stripes, 32 in. wide., .BEST rENGLlSH most dependable qualifies for 1 either color or wear. A good range of light, medium, and dark colors. We handle but the one best to be r had. HEMSTITCHED. ]Vade in double bed size of splendid quality plain weave cotton, good weight and closely woven, finished at top with deep hem, hemstitched. FINE CREAM FLANNEL...............50c A' lovely soft quality, absolutely pure wool flannel in fine'twilled weave, 28 in. wide, firmly woven. Suitable, for children's wear; guaranteed not to shrink in wash- ing. SPllENDID QUALITY fr Fine white huck with hemstitched ends, or Turkish goods in white .or brown, splen- did weight and made in' extra large sizes, at "the price. HEMSTITCHED PILLOW CASES......I5< 'f Eemarkably cheap for a good quality case made in 40-inch size, -.fine soft cotton; ends finished with two-inch hem and hemstitched. PURE LINEN TABLE Made of fine damask in polka dot, flor- al or scroll designs; size 2 x yards; nice even weave 'and full bleached.- ._ DESERTED GIRL HEIRESS Child Renounced in Babyhood, Adopt- ed by Strangers, Inherits Money From Grandfather Nineteen years ago Miss Mary Job- elius, daughter prosperous busi- ness man at Green Bay, Mich., was secretly married to a man whom her parents had forbidden her to see. Lat- er the young wife-went to Milwaukee on a pretext of visiting a friend and entered- a west side maternity hos- pital and on, "October 26. 1891. a daughter was born to her. At that time her father was an in- valid, and leaTimr that, confession of her deception might result fatally to him she was torn between mother love and affection for her parents. Finally she decided to renounce the child and remain., with them .'..'until, circumstances should make it pos- sible to acknowledge her husband. Albert "Wynoble.. a young commis- and his wife, child- less, took the baby, and a day or two later a.-certificate stating that the child was born to them was regis- tered. Wynoble now says that the "Quite-.so, quitf answered Al- j and say, countess, she meric 'dazedly, and bis father went on: i couldn't use the money to better ad- we dispose of die the for has ousted Pittsburg from its proud startfd for first bast- Miller fik-dTto position as tic favorite in the bet-. The teams left for Pittsburc; also tonight, and the fifth game will played at Forbes' .Field tomorrow. 'The scene will then shift back to this citv where the sisth game is sched- uled for Thursdav. A smirt for w.r.tcr 2' for 25c. IRON FRAME ATTORNEY" for 60c. TOOKE BROS. LIMITED. MONTREAL MAKERS OF SHIRTS, COLLARS, TIES, VESTS -AND IMPORTERS OF MEN'S FURNISHINGS. Wagner stole Hft stole third and scored 'Schmidt's high fan- ned out. Four runs. EIGHTH IXXIN'G Detroit: Bush flied to Leach. Cobb i out, Adams to Abstein-. hit a home run into the centre field i stand and running for the ball smashed the fence and. fell'into the 'stand.- He climbed out a-moment j later apparently none the worse, for little details.at various mi- nor arrangements, and interrupted himself with a friendly laugh and parted Horace upon the back, "Of course as men of the understand there are formalities in the nature of a settlement." Horace, who was in the -seventh heaven of delight at the approaching alliance between one of the "ancient bouses of Kokomo, Ind., and the hon- orable of Haxrcastle. broke In eagerly: "Quite so. of course! I know! Cer- tainly! "Then we'll have no difficulty about There was real admiration tn Frenchwoman's glance this time, she had lost none of the little byplay. and she admired tfce the youngster. So she said: "My friend, bow wise As sbe spoke she turned In time to come down the steps of the hotel with a book beneath her arm and ran to her, clasping her in her arms and kissing ber. CHAPTER VIL that, rov bov. I'll wire ray solicitor ms shaHmjr up.. Delehanty out. Byrne i tonight "and "he'll be here, within two L said the earl carelessly.' "T." to Abstein. One run. Pittsburg: Wilson doubled between; you wish to consult your own solicitori Crawford and D. Jones, the latter i you can cable bsm, of course." Suddenly Horace geemed taken with a fit of embarrassment; "The fact is. Lord Hawcastle." he Hosing the-Jjall In the sun. Gibson j-played a neat single back of first! base and Wilson scored. Willett now J j pitched (for Detroit. In an attempt cAdarns bunw-d an easy! j pop to T. Jones. .Gibson stole -sec-J ond on a 'third'strike of Byrne. Gib-! son was caught, stealing third.' Schmidt to Morianty: One run. NINTH IXXIXG T. Jones safe when Wagner dropped his pop fly. T. Jones stole second. Schmidt out, Wagner to Abstein. Mullin batted for Willett. Mullin popped to "Wagner. No runs. FINAL SCORE: R. H. E j Pittsburg 8 10 4 6 said, "I've a notion that our solicitor ARGESSE. sweet 'Countess of the woman "Largesse! .And an revolt! Adieu! I leave you with your dear She ran quickly up the steps with a flirt of her parasol, and Horace took 'his sister's hand with tears in his eyes. "Dear old sis! 'Dear old he and she turned a radiant look Be 4; Our Constant "The Book." une nunared in Six YOU ARE CORDIALLY TO MEET The Lethbridge Builders The first Adult Bible Class organized in Southern Alberta WESLEY CHURCH LECTURE ROOM 3 P-M- ANY SUNDAY tor Another IN recording of the birth was unknown to him. Who the person or persona who made the- record may never, be known The little-girl was given, the name Myrtle and she grew to young wo- manhood in .the. Wynoble family. The young mother returned to her father's home at Green' Bay. to find that1 the father of her'-child wae dead Later she becamfr the wife of Jos. Orbe, now living in Green Bay, hav- ing first told him the story of her early marriage and of the birth of her child. Five years ago Mrs. Orbe diecb On her-deathbed she-secured her'-hus- band's promise to seek the child-and look after her welfare. After his wife's death he began the search. In the meantime little Myrtle's arandfather died at Green Bay. leav- ing ,her mother an estate of about and this now goes to Myrtle. "I never knew that Albert Wynoble was not my father and that his wife was not my mother until three years ago." said the girl. "I grew up in thpir home, but they always showed me the affection which parents show to chilrlren. Three years ago Mrs. Wynoble' died. Then Mr. Wynoble remarried. T quarrelled with -him, and one day he told me that I was not his daughter. The news came'an a terrible shock. I left home mud: worked as a servant. Through, in- .quiries made by my friends together with--the aid of information supplied DF Mr; Wynoble I learned, who-my mother s NO- BILL THE VERDICT Quebec, Que., Oct. Grand Jury in the case of W. P. 'Lindsay, of the Levis- branch'- of the B. N. A. bank, accused, of tneft and obtaining money by false prom- ises, 'returned a No Bill today. NELSON TRAMWAY BONDS IN DEMAND Nelson, B. C-. Oct. Tramway Bonds, the successful issue and sale of which must precede -the re-starting of the street railway are already in demand in eastern Canada and it is just question of priw. as only 'nearly par offers will he con- sidered. i It will pay you to trade with us. 1 Pioneer Lumber Co- 242-26 A Stranger only Once. To Hotel" Men, Boarding-house Keepers, Dealers and Others: Important AUCTION SALE At the Lethbridge Steam Laundry Company's Old Building, on TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19th., 1909 at 10 a.m. 'FRANK G Is Instructed by the Owner to. remove for convenience of sale and Soil by Public Auction as above, a large quantity of FURNITURE and Other Effects, comprising abotit 50 BEDS, SPRINGS AND MATTRESSES, Dressers and Stands, Toilet Sets, Two Cash Registers, Telephones and a quantity of SAR FIXTURES AND Pumps Sideboards, Dining and Other Ta- bles, Linoleums, Carpets, Crockery, Awnings, Screen Windows, Screen Doors, a quantity of numerous to men- tion. Goods on view, Monday, Oct. IStN from 10 til' 4. No reserve upon any article. Terms cash. Auctioneer's Office Crabb St. Phone 261 ;