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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta IGE TEN' TUF. I.F.TlllUUDGE DAILY HEIULD THURSDAY, SEl'TKMDEH 11, IU1B The Rube to See Them Rotarians Play at Baseball And Tells Us All About It (By J, S. K--VYOU Know Me, Al) We didn't pay no Uu lo sea this here alary Club ball game. i( we had we je Trould have gone without our meal lo break even. They d right out it was a ball such we didu'l reorganize it. Auy- becauso they bad a baseball I a that's how they give it a name vlhere wouldn't Ue ni> mis. up as rhero they ivas iutendtrg lo get, Hat was dressed up like tbo first ingeni of the Isycrs union abor day. and evidently Uicy alut uiiied ot their liecause tliey painted right on lhair rear veren- ichere youljt down; wo seed soon Luis because they stwii got tired out and sweating from run- g around Ihe bases. They got 10 runs llio first two verses and atie? Lcihbrldgc defence vreut all to ies. So as it uneipoclcd ex- ons they couldn't talk becauso as v lives on gas when home, they Idn'i seem to get their Tried up Anyhow I guess llier won the they nas about tvenly-eight ad nlicn we got dizzy watching m run liases and pulls oat lor Itolatarious are sure the gay because oveiy one ot was all dolled up liXe baseball players lu borrowed base ball suits, thoy heard that oni? about "clothes make the man" but it don't make ball players to ffear uniforms. every one of them Is uice fellows II you leave baseball off their list of ac- complishments. But take it from me. if. hasoball every run in their families they is at leapt sis generations re- moved. Uaseball and them U about as much on speaking terms as Kaiser Bill was with the chairmau ot tho Peaco Conference. We aim going into no horrid nor prepay no prcs? report inlng hy inlug because tbo only lime Lethbrttlge bats vras when Medi- cine Hat all wanted to visit the wateV pail at one time. We ted once wo dou'l know when Medicine Hal got sll out but 1 noed Lcihhridge, was air In after tho first and no_one was deceived as to what the and indemnities was going to to. If Lethbridse as many runs as they bad styles erf uniforms and socJts they still would of been about getting a. mere Tiest Modlcuio Hal had a score like my golf game. They only had noed o[ two, a pitcher and a catcher. "We don't know vhat the pitcher's name bo was preUy thai ia if Lethbridse wasn't rotten Th-.'ir catcher name wus Lorno Laid- lavv so his lag and ha was a workiug model of I'atiy Artbucklo only he's a lot better ruuuer. every time he cauheJ a ball ho geU down on one ot his hind knees and be loofe- ed liXo he was proposing for a niovlo siren. Hut two follows lic-M Iho game iu tho hollow of their miJ. never oiico got their signals crossed. They was a lady or Em- press or what ever you caM a lady Silk O'Louehlint As an uoipiro ue will say she sure had a uk'u white suit au'tl black sinw liai. and every ouo wauled lu be- the pitcher. Well tc-r our side, we- are soing to show up some of ihcse They saya ib.L'i( molto is service, well SS they also got another motto which says "he'nlsu servos who only stands and waits" bei-aufo then- seem- pj lu by gooj waiters- they waited for the ball to hit them before they got it stopped. Pills Demand was hi the pitcher's bos and he was lulling, liis arm give out after he sllugs ono hundred anfi eighl balls and seveu sirikes. He sura kept his UIU scattcreil. they quit roll- ing in cvory corner ot the campus. Medicine Hat s'-altered them yH orer tho lot. As ;i baspba'.l pitcher we'll say lio i? u -ood Pills pruveyer. John Bass was catcher, well (hey say lie is a fine farmer, we will be- lieve that n? otherwise he seems per- fectly honest in his endeavors, lie I sure ruu himself ragged after pass balls aud catch a couple. Goods You'll Like and Prices That Will Please EVERY THRIFTY SHOPPER Fall Display of -NEW FURS- -----NOT that our slock of furs is practically we annouace new fora ;in_ abundance. All are lullv up to the standard set bj the Busy Store as lo selected and purchased whoa prices ifere lower. Hylands arc orJglnal coaccptlons ot" reliable furriers tbat includes models and effective pra'c- tical adaplalioDS of eiclushe importations. FURS! FURS! FURS! irilrinsic value ot Is proven by iho fact IbaL tiiej are coining from luanuTacl- ufers H you nre planning lo get new furs this season, whether ons of Iho new. small'nochpicces or a fur Is thO'timp to mate your from liiglicst 1 quality.Turf, .ihal are a splendid UNBEATABLE VALUES all the TIME New Fall Arrivals For Thrifty Shoppers Children's Fall and Winter Coats. Ladies' New Exclusive Style Dresses. Children's i Sweater Coats. High Class Siik and Cloth Skirts. The Latest Styles in Fall Coats. THE NEW THINGS First at RYLANDS WEEK END SPECIALS CORSETS 9) jrair ol'laoles' Coreels In back lace slylf, neatly Iriinmcd and made In sood style, Ironi cieellent material. Uood range of sizes aod Taluep, worth J4.50 ralr. Wdek Kail Special, pair WHITE COTTON j-arils o( pnrc Colloa, (rco troni dressing or lining and ceiling at IMS' Han irliolesalo prices loduy. Regular nn '..Me Week Bud- Special, CAMBRIC A.hemry prlnloJ cambric, 86 Indies wide. tar curlilnj for a wardrobe, boi cor- LADIES' COTTON COMBINATIONS I.adks' llcsb' colored knitted Cotton Com- Llnatlrjns In good fltllng style. .Made tvith no Eleeves and tnyclone Elyle. Xol all sizes un.-l a limited quantUy. Regular ?1-50. 1 in Week Eifl Special 1.1U woighl 25c or comforters. TblE 1.1 splendid value at 50c yard. End Special, ndid l, yd. CANTON FLANNEL Uleachcd Canlon [launel In llfht snllablo for cilldron'a wear. 27 Rejulir lOc Week End yard LADIES' SILK HOSE Ladies' puru flllk liosc in black, grey, cham- pagne and white. Sizes to If. Keg- i uTar ?2.00 pair. "Week Entl Special, pair 1 THE STORE OF BIG VALUES Patterns IT CAN'T BE D101 OTTAWA, Sopt! pio- traded ftiid not always eloquent' flow ol oratory held lu Iho house of commons chambers v may receive a check If the conimoni will the resolution of '.Mr. Levl Thomp- 1 son. uf (J'Appplle, proposes to Introduce. He has given nollec Ibat he will move tomorrow 10 bave a limit placed on the tiuio that members may address iho house nuil committee of Ibi-1 1 ivbole. i i1- France, Aricr r lion to the rlis ot apurcels-' liostefs lUe parly DR. ARNOLD NEW HEAD OF MEDICAL SERVICES KKlilNA. Sask.. Kepi. Or. W. C. Aruold. Lead of lliu medical branch ol Iho department of soldier civil re-cs- for llliecn aiipainlej depulj- director uf services lor I'auada. accordins to clHclal werU reaching here. Dr Arnold bas kecu In Oltawa anil Is ei- peeled back la Reglua OL KrE OTTAWA, Si-lit. XegoiUl between thy goveriiuieiil and Trunk Hallway tllll In gress. hope is the pro- of a r oliaUons have nul IH.TH concluded, They arc being coinluclpj liriu-mm sub-coQimltK'o thu tabluui and Sir AHrrJ Smllucra. who wllti HottHTri Li. Kelly. is reuresi-utlus lUo Grand, Trunlc. v BANK CLEARINGS v Uauk clearings for iho v etsdlug luday were just 310 v Metier lliau a year agqy. v V35. as against O o Ala Rubber Tires I'arks. iras cm first, then ho pitches, a spasm. He' lit 10 murder tho s'jy who toll Uim j ho could play ball, llo ousbteil lo Parked him self before llml game and j IhrowD away tho fcey. 1 Hugh Crawford was on second, wo must Hugh to the line lei itie chiuj j fall where tLey may. No this guy i ncter played for Detroit. Hid fielding and batting Average reads like every- j thing after ono in a'mllliou. Doc Crass was sborlslop. don't know what llio slop Is for, bsoausu he certainly ill Jut do nolMn like Ihat. However he got a couple of nice mnslile shola Tram tho first tee. N'nUce wo treat Doc with a certain amount ot respect. Ho is a member of the han- dicap committee and Lord knows we don't want noiliin tlont, 10 that olc handicap of ours. Tho mau on thin] looks like a de- cent married man. But they wasn't no of big league scouts to iliiMUvk- corner to sign, him on. George Uixon, Doc Leech and Tom HidpMU played lue fleld anJ never niadti QTI error EO Doc tays, never got near enough a rotating ball to touch it. They sure necilsd '.angle- loot to catch flies. Yin Gibbous Is a port irbeeler, and he sure in ad a a hair raiser 01 a catch. H was heatliDK right lor bis newly pol- ished russet boots and he picks it right off his shoe si ring's. That was ihe fielding tit bit of the niiornoon. He also sol a hit or two. lie looks good at the hal but George Fleming says Ins chest has slipped down to hi a hell. some excuse he's been out of the bis leagues almost a year now. Mediciue Hat had; their band, Joe Lenorti was Soussa." The lime we go to see a notary Club hall same ive will stay al homo, Every one of the forly seven spec- tators was looning for the gate keep- s', before ther remembered they hadn't paid no addition. Not payiog no tin was the best pkrl of Ihe contest. dominion ReprcsenlaLive Fore- casts Early Adoption of 'Eight Hour Day DKTliOIT, MEL-h., ScpL Op- position to the One Big Union plan and to Bolshevist agitation among lab- or expressed., by Canadian labor department and organization of- ficials addresses occupied- the entire morning. session of the conten- ion of the United Brotherhood of Maintenance of Way Employees and lailrcad SLop Laborers. Waiter D- Ilincs federal director- general ol faUwaTc, and Secretarj- of dbor AVilliaiu Wilson, who were ex- pected to address the gathering, did not arrive and no Announcement -was made as Lo when they may coot 9. E, X. Coraplou, representing the anaajan minister of laftbr, Gideon Robertson .anjiounccd tbat a confer- ence o[ capiUil n-i labor had been called for next Monday.) He 3 aid nothing on llic Dominion govern- ment's stand on the railway question or the strike threatened by the brotherhood wage increases are granted. Patrick Draper ,secrclary of the Trades 'and Congress of 'Can- ada, and an advl.sor to the Canadian BriLisb delegation at Ibs peace conference in and James Simp- son of Toronto, fin interaalional trade organizer, declared for the Internat- ionalization of industry and against division of the International Iradea union moTemenL Tho latter predict tlio adoption of a statutory eight hour labor day in FAREWELL PARTY AT MA31NASIN On reluming io Mr. Win, Itowloy's, liis hoarding house, on Wednesday cTcning, Sept. 3rd, Mr. Ota. S. Ham- mond. Hie missionary on MaElnaaTn mission Held for the summer, found about forly.fivc or Hie neighbors and frloiids gathered ITicTe (o glvo a farc- surprfso party. The crqnlne spent In music, singing, reciting and gines much In the pleasure 01 cvtryonc and especial- ly to Mr. Hammond aa It cxnreseed to lilni the girjO-wlll of the people wllh whom ho had labored during Ihe liaat montba. During Ihe ercnlog the president of iho Ladles' 'AM, Mra. Itemlneton, Sr, presented 165.00 to tho towarda bla salary. And on motion o: D, D. Ktp- pen, o( KfppenTlITe, and Vfm, Zom, of Maelnaain, an unanimous Invitation way Biyei! (o Mr. Hammond, If poa- j slblc, lo return to tho fame charge In 11520. Mr, HammonO In n lew remarks thanked Ihe MLTHIS for their kindly asalglancc and support lu the n'orl< throughout [he entiro summer, flp Ing highly of his satisfaction with the results, assuring Diem Ilial It ftould almys aftord him pleasant memories ot the associations and friendships formed, promised to remember them all during Uio college term and If pos Bible lo return lo Maslnasln nest year, lie leaves this neck Me homo In Ontario and resumes bis Bludles nl the1 UnlTcrplty of Toronto .after an absoncc of almost four years, part ot shlch was Bpeln with tho C.B.K, in A Snow of Classy Fall Merchandise at SIMPSON'S Coats, Suits, Dresses, Blouses Underwear, Gloves, Hosiery, Dress Goods, Linens Etc. You can depend on ihe quality, and the value at tins stove bcmg viylit, Vvhicli means a little lower prices than elsewhere lor equal quality. Cosy Fur med Coats At Moderate Prices Big roomy' Dolman coats ol pure wool vclour In shades of brown, purple, navy, an'l taupe. Prelly silk linings, dcen fur collars. Our Prices, and Attractive Fall Coats to values in these low and medium prlc' td coats ID a big variety of stylos und All hair Itucd, belted or plain. Materials art kersey, vclour, tn-eed, cliincliiUa and bcavtr. Prices Range up to 6 only, Tweed Suils in green, brown and blue mixtures. Very good plain styles, silk lined. See ihera in our window lonight. Only six suits in (Ke lot, so i! you waul one be here early Friday. Price................................. Richest Seal Plush Coats In Smartest Styles. u2 ID to 50 Inches long. Uolmnn and uthci- styles willi or without fur tolUra, UcUcil or plain, silk lining. Our Prices, up to Serge Dresses as Low as 18.OO An odd lot ot drcssefl we arc clearing, 1C, IS, 36 only. Colors tan, navy, burgrjniiy, brown green. J'ure lyool matcrJafs niailo up In n of styles. i o Aft al Ladies' Fall Suits These iiro wonderful lor I tic ijuulily of materials one] nia-k-o Tlic Coals flrc longer nnil arc inndc on straight lines. Skirts are plain, medium, narrow. Hlzct up to II. New Silk Poplin Dresses or more jjreUy poplin ilresaea hi a Kuod range of tlic Ijusl loading colura: nlso black. Madu nji frotn a superior tiualliy of ponlin- The very In Ihe -j n ir.idc. While they last, ot IQ-DU Underwear, Corsets and Hosiery For The Fall Season Stratfordi and Penman's Underwear for Women, Men and Children. C.C.A. La Grace, Goddets and La Camile Corsets (or Every Figure, Reasonably Priced. HOSIERY FOR ALL recommend Holcproof and Radium brands for the finer lines. Penman's Crown and Mercury for heavier and stronger lines. The Simpson Co., Limited ;