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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta .IV. JTHE LITHBRlbqi DAILY MIBALD, FRIDAY, OCTOBER'22, IMA. The some dealers offer "something just as good" as PROGRESS BRAND GARMENTS, isr'obvious. The less there is in a garment, the smaller the cost. The smaller the the greater the profit and there are some merchants who are i out for the large profits, even if they have to look for new customers every day. PROGRESS BRAND CLOTHING affords the dealer [only an honest, legitimate profit, plus tlic gain that comes from satisfied customers. SPORTS Look for -the PROGRESS You will find it in an honestly-made garment, and in the hands of an honest clothier. Every garment guaranteed "satisfaction or money CO., UNITED, Sold with a by 51 McKelvie MoGuire, Lethbridge. AVERAGES MADE THE WORLD SERIES Detroit, Oct. to the unofficial averages of the world's championship series, the defeated "De- troit team ..outbatted Pittsburg, but. the National league excelled in field- ing., Detroit batted' ,254 and Pitts- burg -231. The new world's cham- pions fielded .958 while the Detroit average was .949. Hans Wagner did the best; hitting of the series, getting' nine points-..at 24 times at-bat, for an .average of. .375. Those who bet ihat Wagner would outbat Cobb woirj by a large margin, as the latter' of: the league has onlv.231. x I f i Deiehanty was the star American league hitter with .346. Following "ar-e the unofficial, batting tot left Me ALL OVER THE WORLD of housewives Sunllf tit Soap erence to any other, because It the clothes more thoroughly, and'at half the cost without injury to haiMU or fabric. Follow ,j tfictctiou. Lifebuoy Soap .is delightfully re- freshing for Bath or Toilet in 'hot weather. washing unctorclothing it is unequalled. Cleanses and is 'The Shirt Comfortable You can't get away from this Shirt is the easiestTfitting, most correctly tailored shirt you can buy to-day. We are all, alive on this shirt make shirts miles ahead of the or- dinary kirid. Weinaketfae Bright Collars toof Look for the J? mark. 217 and fielding averages fbj the games Detroit: g ab r bh sb sh Deleha-nty ......7 26 2 .'9 Bush......... ...7 23 5 7 Moriarity ....7 22 A (i D. .Jones 6 S Crawford ....7 28 4 7 JoTt'es ....7 '24 3 (i Schmidt .........6 17 0 0 Cobb ............7 26 3 6 POLICE MADE STATEMENT ON TIVERTON "CASE Oct. Inspector Medley, who is at work on _[ Stanage .........2 5 >0 Mullin ..........6 16 1 WilleU 2 0 O'Leary .........1 2 0 j Donovan .........2 4 0 j Mclntyre ........4 3 0 j Sunlfhers .......2 3 0 Works 1 3 0 0 M) 00 00 000 0 0 0 0 seven j tfie Tm-rton murder case, made the j fallowing announcement just before noon today: .3461- "We have discovered bloodstainec .340 furniture and, 'other articles which .273 I establishes the fact in our minds be- .267; yond a reasonable that an .250 I operation upon Miss Amelie St. Jean, .250, of Wora socket, I., was perform- .23-4 j' ed unsuccessfully in office of Pro- fessor Frank Hill on Bedford street, a Aveek ago last Friday afternoon 'and that she died theiK. and her body was .200 .187 KING PRESSED Montreal, Oct. Edward Tuberculosis Institute; gift of 'Mr. Jeffrey Burland and sisters, opened here this afteimoon by King Edward by pressing a button in. West Dean Bark, cally connected through. British Post Office telegraph lines, Commercial Cable Company and C. P.- Railway telegraphs. Sir Charles Fitrpatrick represented the governor general.' It will pay you to with in. Pioneer Lumbtr Co. WEDNESDAYS RIFLE PRACTICE At the regular semi-weekly Asso- ciation practice Wednesday a few of the scores were: Name 0 0 .000 j subsequently dismembered in that .000 shop. A vehicle was then secured .OoVJund the body was taken to the town M Tiv.Tton, across the Rhode Island boundary, and there distributed along the' highway known as the Bulgar .000 .001) .000 Totals 232 28 52-10 4, .254 Pittsburg g ab r bh sb sh ba Wagner.........7 24 Leach .....7 25 .Gibson ...7 25 Miller :....7 28 Byrne Clarke Abstein Wilsgn 24 ...J 20 ...7 26 2QO ..-29 Raven, Watson 25 Bryans 26 500 21 20 29 19 26 600 26 20 14 25 18, Ttl. 76 Maveety 21 19 25 65 Lloyd ;26 18, 44 The next regular practice will be On Saturday afternoon at The members should turn out-fin .force as this will be the last 'practice before the annual matches, which will be held on Monday, .October -WOMEN PLAY GOLF 4 2 5 1 0 .375 .360 .280 .250 .250 .200 Inspector Medlej1 declined to indi- cate what articles had been found, but said nothing but that they "were not articles of clothing. He said that the evidence was found "be- hind a door" and the office furniture, which has been re- -moved to headquarters, iilsj 0 192 bore "coaclusive'Vmaxks. At. police headquarters it- was added that im- portant had to light. (From The Herald Travelling Correspondent) 1 To provide for the complete develop- ment of the Wfst, every mile of land jnll need' to' be to Us best use. The agricultural land will undoubtedly be all farmed, while the land -unfit for agriculture should timber. The reasons for are based altogether on ordinary Business fc re-sighty and in no way where agriculture is possible ani the waste land "detrimental'to the district this should be devoted to tba sjro'w- of for the following rea- sons: The West now .has the snville-it pop- ulation it will ever have. Tiie virgin timber supply o! the "West is greater than, it ever will be again, forces which are increasing the one are-still more rapidly decreaing the other and at .present there is no substitute for: lumber. The mining industry of the west very important and unless mining amber can be had close at hand it vill render mining the coal more ex- >ensive. The extra cost will be paid by the western settlers in the way of a higher for coal. at; large areas belonging both to he government and to mining com- panies'. upon which, no crops can be and'upon which, in the absence of natural reproduction it may be found advisable to institute some me- thod of artificial reforestation. Unless it should develop tliat some mining company is willing to under- take the- planting.1" Lodgepole pine can be secured in large quantities during the logging season. The seed when extracted from the cones "can be sown broadcast upon the snow, and would be productive of good re-' suits. It is believed that the timber on the eastern slope of the Roeky mountains is very important to the east both for its own sake and be- cause of its influence on climate con- ditions and waterflow. It is not known at present how much timber has been burned and destroyd by fire or how much it effects the waterflow. That timber and irrigation admicis- .ration would be assisted by a know- edge of ,the quantity and location of An Honest Policy OvcicoiU. for fall to The Fit-Reform Company puts every transaction between agent and customer on an honest business basis by means die Fit-Reform guarantee. This guarantee goes with every Fit-Reform garment, and says that the Fit-Reform Company will promptly refund the full purchase price should satisfac- tion be not given. McGUIRE Sole Agents for Lethbrkkt. months by a small forest survey party on the eastern slope of Eocky mountains north of the international boundary. OTTAWA GOLF CLUB lv .185 ..........7-27 90002 .000 Hyatt ..........2 4 Camnitz .........2 1 0 0.0 0, .000 being made to tapprehend any; person .Willis 4 ,0 0 0 0 .000 now at It would not be learn- Maddox..........I 4- 0- Q LerfieW .........1 1' 1 0 O'Conner .......1 1000 Phiffippi..........2 1000 Abbattchio ......1 .1 0-0 0 '000 .000 j It was also that -no efforts were n marK. tn onv riorcnn 0 0 -000 j ed from the poiicertb.at.any immediate 0 0 .000 Action was contemplated again the timber, the most feasible methods of fire protection by a study of the inter-dependence of forest pre- cipitation and-stream jBow, and a study of the natural laws governing the advance reproduction and de- velopment of the forest Such a study could be made during the summer YOUNG MAN ARRESTED ESCAPED BURGLAR BUILDINGS BURNED Ottawa, Oct. Ottawa Golf Club headquarters 'were completely destroyed by fife tonight aild loss is entailed. The beautiful build- on the links on the Ayhner road were found to be on fire and as there were no fire fighting ap- pliances or water supply were within" reach, the whole of the series of build- ings was consumed by 11 o'clock. Hundreds endeavored when the fire broke out in the gentlemen's locker room to save tbe club house but though there was no wind, the task Avas impossible. Some furniture was saved, but all the members effects and paraphernalia went into flames. 'The loss carried was armed 32 calibre xeVolvei Sudbury, Ont., Oct. At noon 'to- day Victor J. Roy, a; young man of Markestay, surprised the crown office ials of Sudbury' by "delivering to them George Jeunette, firmly manacled. Jeunette had escaped from the jail at Bryson, Quebec, in August, where he had been committed to serve a six for -safe cracking in tKe store owned by Roy's 'father at Otter Lots, Getting a Boy hM himself sworn in ,as a constable on Monday and he left, for the timber camps "at Chapleau. From "there, he came btfck to Onaping and" in1" a lum- ber camp found his ThougTi men were known, to each .other and Jeunette took to the bush, a Roy's xiflei halted him and he waa safely fiahdcuffed. 'When caught to the extent of besides 'His woodsman aie. 0 .0001 "Professor" Hill or Wilfrid "Whibaul 0 JOOQ who were -arresteo. last 0 .000 were ord ired held for ten days in con nectiou with the case. Totals .........7 225 35 52 18 9 Fielding Average Detroit: PO A E Moriarity, 3b 7 14 0 T. Jones, Ib ..........70 T 0 Stanage, c .12 20, Mullin, p ..____, 0 10 p 0 1 2 3 without a case of Lethbridge Beer, or a good supply of mineral waters, soft drinks in ginger ale and beer or cream soda, or iron brew, would be to spoil. the pleasure of yourXouting Take plenty of our delicious bottled goods along with you and you can't fail to'en joy and appreciate them. The Lethbridge Brewing and Multiivg Ltd. Mdntclair, N.tJ., Oct. noon'tcRiay, 56 women golfers had! p ij ctttfriori -in' -tiie -ontrdav tournament' of i .Crawford, cf 1-b-...17 0 the Montcl-iir Club. The affair was open to players of. the. eastern association which includes, the -entire Atlantic slope. The contest -is at 18 holes handicap. Among the stars who started early, was Miss Julia Mix, Metropolitan champion, aad Mrs. -John W. Griggs, wifg of farmer Governor Griggs, who was one of the first away. FOOTBALL RESULTS _____ London, ;0ct, results in the Southern League were Portsmouth 4 Exeter 1. New Brqmpton -1 Leyton 3. Plymouth 2; Mili'wail' 0. B day, .pleaded-not his trial j was set for November 22. Bail was i fixed at S500. Cobb "was secretly in- dicted last week. Since timfe county officers have been arranging to, extradite him- In the ball player was preparing, to give __, _.. ____ himself up. -He walked into the sher-1 she ibecqmcs enthusiastic, over-Gin.; Pills, iff's office to-day, accompanied by his atrfcorney and Frank Navin, owner of the Detroit team. went to the court room together where the in- dictment was read and details ar- ranged. It is alleged in the indict- ment that assault on Stanfield, who is watchman at the Hotel Euclid oc- curred on the occasion pi Detroit! team's last visit to Ciexreland an al-! tercatipn took place in which Stan- field was badly -bruised. Later Cobb made a settlement with the night watchman. The county grand jury took the case up mdepcndeiitly. SUITS OVERCOATS HATS AND CAPS SHOES COLLARS UNDERWEAR HOSIERY SWEATERS SHIRTS VALISES f -Kidney Disease ;from wmcn she .Smofct manufac- tured by H. J. Cunninfhim, Leth- bndfe. J 210-f "After ten years of suffering from -Kid- ney Disease, i believe I, ;owe-iny life to Gin ,Effls. Before 1 began .using Gin my'.back ached ;so