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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDQE DAILY HtRALD, ATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, By eating clean, well-cooked and wholesome) THE ALEXANDRA CAFE Theonl} White "Restaurant in tho city. It costs no more than the cheapest place iu the city. 'furnish the best, the market affords for the least possible cost to our many Our h guiur three-course Lunches and Dinners 25c. oOc. 35c. 40c. .-UK! 0Mc. includes u full line of Vegetables aud N. H. MURRAY, Prop. Corner Round and Dufferin Streets SPORTS FOOTBALL. Correspondent Criticises Ac- tion of Caledonians and Makes a Suggestion. No. 100 George St., Sorel, Quebec. "I suffered from womb disease for seven years, with dreadful pains over the front of the body, over the back and down the legs. I had indigestioa and chronic constipation, and the constipation was so bad that I went sometimes for ten to fifteen days without any action of the bowels. I was ill in bed for one whole year. At one time I was so low that everyone thought I was going to die, and the last Rites of the Church were administered to me. I was treated by six different doctors without any benefit UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA WINNIPEG Session 19094910 Courses leading to degrees in Arts, Law, Medicine, Science, Civii and Electrical- Engineering. All university lectures begin on Oct. 1 Matriculation examinations will commence on September 16 and May. 23. Particulars regarding examinations, entrance requirements, cuuisfs of fees, etc., can be obtained on application w D. M. DUNCAN, Registrar LETHBRIDGE l OF g COMMERCIAL J. George Harper vSji Director RIPENS AS Trinity College School Port Hope, Out lesHfrfil Healthy tioti- Fmptoof Buildings. Extensive Play- grounds, Gymnasium, Skat- ing- Rinks, etc, Boys prepared for tlie TJoiversitiei, Royal Military College, and Business. Special attention given to younger Next term begins Tuesday, Sept. 14, apply to the Jf tSWAtt ttGBT. M. JL POUT MOPt, OMT. AN ENVIABLE RECORD The Garbutt Busiae1-, Col Itjgt- Sv.-ifffii I Block only been in tin- city j. littli ivu-r half ye.- cj-id "ha- won thf confidence of th.j eommumtj to such an extent that it, is enabled to guar- antee positions to its grad- Foi iniTtnktNu free prospectus phone or write Geo. J. Schmidt, Prin- fjpal GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE Phone 263 P. O. Box 1291. AUGUST 30th, 1909. Expert teachers in all branches. Glass and private traction. Choral, String, Orchestral and Dramatic Clubs in connection. TUFF'S ELK., the Barracks. NORTH POLE DISCOVERER IS NEAR1NG HOME Copenhagen, steamer Hans Egede with Dr. F. A. Cook, the American explorer, who is said to havt. discovered North Pole. >on board, passed Cape Skajion. the nor- ihem extremity of Denmark, "at 2 o'clock this afternoon. FATHER OF THIRTY-EIGHT CHILDREN IS DEAD ipoh-., lntl fc fiirht children im-urii ihr- death or then tht-r Jo i 1 Milltr im-ii 76 who di'.'d today at the County Uonu li re Ht li -t n nrr ,-'e foi i- Tii.irried four om- "wifv surviv- ing him. Here's Your New Collar! BEDFORD FAMOUS CASTLE BRAND-3for SOc. At2iar25c.yoacanl-iy 3, this shape in Elk Brand g {To the Editor of the Herald: j That the Caledonian football team made a big mistake when they al- lowed their match with the Sons oij j England-to go by default is the gen-J I i-rally expressed opinion of most i football supporters in the city. Many inquiries have been made as; to the reason- why the Scotchmen al-j their doughty English oppon-1 eats a walk-over. I am in a position to state that the executive of the city league at a meeting held lastj Tuesday that tho Caledonians! S. 0. E. should endeavor to set-! Lie- differences Thursday last, Mid in the event of the game coiii- i ID :i decisive conclusion the win- j -u-rj .-h'ukl meet the Foresters ouj Day. It appears that Cal- I v'doniuns' were notj 1 present at the meeting and when they barned the executive's decis- ion thr-y mightily claiming- that it was unfair to j pect rhe to play their i men so soon after their visit to Cal- j ga'ry. from wher.c by the way, they so long ago as last Thursday The S. 0. E. executive were by the Scotchmen with ai view t-j cliibs coming to a mu-! agr.-erne :it to put the iiuitch off j until Liib-.-.r Day. This the English-! ruen ii'fusfd t do. and later on itj '.vas learned that tin- Caledonians! woul-.l, not turn out. on Thursday and let the S. 0. E. win by default That briefly is tlie history of a very disagreeable episode, and one of' which the Callies have no reason to] fe-1 proud. is not, of the Scutch 'to let their opponents, in sport or in real life, win games byj default, and I venture to say "that the Caledonian's action in this matter dovs 'not meet with the approval., of; thf Scottish section of this city. Nor do I believe :that the S. 0. E. will re- gard the Wright Charity they win -it on ''that pride which they would have been justi.ti.-d in feeling liad they triumph- ed over rhe Scotchmen. Th.'s. sir, is the'first disagreeable in cideni in a very successful football season will go a long way to the good work which has been on.- towards making the grand game so the'people of Leth- Ami that it should oc-i ev.rn'ii in n charily competition is i s'ill inert- -aid whatever; lite sum is which niay b- handed! fjvrr to Gait Hospital the Caledoh ;.ftii have the doubt-! nil satisfaction of knowing that .but) i r their action it might iusyt.' bt-'.-.-n more.. of us were looking for ward io tin- mi'tfthjjr of the Callies S. 0. E. t decide definitely WHS tin- better team, but the MADAME JOSEPH LJRCTTE Then I got a sample of but I had no faith in them at all, and I would not have taken them only my husband begged so hard for me to try tbem. As soon as. I began to take "Fmit-a-tives" I grew better, the bloating; was relieved, the sleeplessness was cured, my stomach acted, and the bowels -were moved, but above all the fearful womb pains were made easier. I bare taken eighteen boxes in all aud I arn now perfectly well again." (Signed) MADAME JOSEPH LIR-ETTE, 5oc. for trial boi 250. dealers or from Fruit-a-tives Ottawa. cKance has gone, at last so far as the .teams having anything at stake in the shape of a cup- or shield is c-'uicenied. Here, however, is a suggestion. Let the Englishmen, '-'r Scotchmen get "osrether on the football field under the auspicx-s of. thji city league executive o'-y on a Saturday evening when the match could bf started on time for it TO btr finished in. daylight, and let the proceeds go to swell the-Wright Chari'.y cup fund for the hospital. The S. O. E. would. I am sure, agree, und if I know the Callies, and I be- lieve I do, wil willingly seize this opportunity to make amends for their foolish behavior of Thursday last. Yours truly, J. Jones. To the Editor the Herald: see in Jast-night's'papers that the Callies had withdrawn from. the Charity competition. I wish to deny that, as the Callies have no in- tention of withdrawing. If the S. 0. E. wish to claim the game they may do so, but the Calies wil be ready at any time next week to give the S. 0. E. a match. They only desire a fair of notics of the match as the last match, as at the last match not one half of the Callies knew any- thing about it. Yours truly, T. Hall. National At Chicago 10, Brooklyn 4. At (First Game) Philadelphia S, Cincinnati! 3. (Second Game) Philadelphia 6, Cincinnati! in- nings. At New St. Louis 'New Yurie 7. American At Washington 3, Philadelphia 10. At land 1, Detroit 1. At Chicago 4, St. Louis 3. Eastern At Newark 3 Montreal 4. At (First Game) Providence 1, Rochester 4. (Second Game) Rochester 5. Providence 4. At Jersey City 6. Buffalo 7. At Baltimore 2. Toronto 1. Northwestern At Seattle- Aberdeen 0, -Seattle 4. At Portland- Spokane 2. Portland 3. At Tficoma 2, Vancouver G. Weste'rn Canada At Calgary- Medicine Hat 000 000 4 0 Calgary 000 000 S 1 Campbel and Davidson; Rush and Sheeman. Umpire Shuster. At Winnipeg 230 020 Brandon 300 001 Speiser and Anderson, Stingle and Wood. FARMERS! Before buying a now wugou for the coming harvest vou should see the Highest Grade 'Lowest Prices Office and Warehouse Cor. Ford and Campbell Streets Phone 248 P.O. Box ill in MI. 'i i i i hi HI