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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta T H E 'L E T tl'B HID G E D A IL Y HERALD SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1915 PAGE THESE BASEBALL Buffalo, N.Y., Built. Buf- tnlo won Hie deciding rrom Jersey City mid tile. In- ternutiomil penuttnt today. t, NATIONAL Philadelphia Brooklyn Boston St. Louis Cincinnati... Chicago I'll! stairs New York W 77 74 7" S8 lili (M 117 ill SHARP ATM 0 1 1 I Boston ami Sny- pl" 3 from Frank Schwinn, vice-presiUent, at the legislative; 0 .lames, Boland, Oldham and htau- agc and Baker Leonard and Cairi- g'aii. jiaver; "uusscll and Chicago Kew S'ork Scott and 'Alexander. Cleveland Philadelphia............ b h Morton, Carter and Billings flan and. Lapp. Matilis, sales to II0 manager of the Excelsior. GEORGE WHITTED A LUCKY PLAYER George B. Whitted, who lias devel- oiied into a great outfielder with th Phi'.'.ies this year, and who was utility man for the Boston world's cham- pions last year, will round out his premium. The drivers, not registered, iTSSSrd1? brought out a Poultry Classen 1'oiillry entries were also clown and judging 'was not very iliilicult, A. 1 Vcnlo practically swicning the board, while Oliver Koicc and A. Scliwaiult were as prize winners lor turkeys, ducks and gccsc. Grain Section Onins 'o the harvest still being unclu way the entries ill the Rtaui b( tl in were not numerous, only simples being shown. In the wheat clisscs only S. G. Harrows sent m M Hauls wheat o! this year's Hid this had been threshed by hind The sample shown was grad- ed No. 1 'and was estimated to run li bushels to I he acre. Of wheat in shcil .1. M. Hale showed the only simple o! winter wheat, hut offspring win it lour entries svere in, the lirst in being taken by K. A. Hango a very good exhibit, well head- ed out and over live hot in height, it was stated that the field irom it was taken will go '10 bush- ils per acre. The second psize was liktn by S. Marrows, one of the .bin iarircrs of the district, but his was a long way behind the first bo Hi in head and stalk. I he third went to -I. Al. Hale. whose sample was not >'cry far be- hind that shown by S. li. Harrows. If those samples of wheat seen al the fair arc any criterion al all, the j farmers of ill! district arc to l.c con- Ri-attilateil. In addition, it is stated i by competent people that the aver- age of spring wheat will lie 35 hush- els to the acre and that over bushels will be shipped from here this ..j I iau Oats were not so very good, being the first box last June, and now I am najnlj. grecn side. In thrcsh- irell, after using only three boxes. oa'tE there was only one entry, I recommend 'Frllit-a-livcs' to anyone that of S. (i. Barrows, and oatsm shoaf brought out three, the lirst prize going S. G. Barrows, ior a nice sample, and there was not much choose from between second ami third. Both first premiums for barley went to K. Clark, who showed some fine stuff. Rye and Has only had three entries between them, the first premiums being taken by C. T. Jen- kins and'J. M. Hale. One the whole the exhibition oi grains was vet! poor considering the remarkable growing weather we have had this season, but as stated above this waa on account oi the farmers being so hard at wcrk. Vegetables and roots were well rep- resented, entries being made in every class, the potatoes being particularly -ood M V. Mangin, ft. Bittorf, Cress anil P. Hulit took the majority of prizes. The main entries oi the fair, how- ever, were in the industrial, art work j. cxveerf (32 Gerrard St. East, Toronto., For two years, I was a victim of Acute Indigestion aurt Cas In The Stomach. It afterwards attacked my Heart, and I had all over the body, so I could hardly move around. I 1 tried all kinds ofjiieilicines hut none of them did good. At last, acting on the advice of a friend, I decided to try' Truit-u-iives'. I bought suffering; from Indigestion, no matter how FEED J. CAVUEX. Simple Indigestion often leads to Heart Attacks, Catarrh of Hie Stomach and constant distress of mind and body. pJInJU If you are bothered with any Stomach 'n___LI- ncnoi-IMlv if .e, and especially if Constipation troubles you, take 'Fruit-a-tives'. 50c. a box, G for. trial size, Soc. A4 all dealers or sent postpaid by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. ?s BIG HARVEST m IE Many veteran smokers wouldn t think of leaving a cigar store without a package of OUjiclrtB (10 for MADE in CANADA CANADIAN CHEWING GUM COMPANY, LIMITED TORONTO of the Chilean congress in joint ses- sion proclaimed Jnan Luis San Fiien- tes the future president of the' re- public. President-elect Fuentes, who was chosen for the office at an. elec- tion last may, will assume the presi-. de'ncy on December 25 next. of fire guards ior the C.P.R. There ever, were m im-- arc sjx pl, !d, and ladies' department. The exhibits were nic.l.y placed and. were well , u.orn n rrptllt to at Forcit Hills, W. Montreal to T S.S.V Athenia Oct. 4 T.S.S. "Catsandra Oct. 11 'Carries Cabin PassengMt i only. I 3rd PREPAID TICKETS from Issued at low- lest rates. Full .Information Ifrom .any Railway or Steam Agent, or, E. LIDMAN, Can. Agent. IDONAIOSONUNE SAMTAL O.P.F.SUUF MIDY BLADDER relieved in I 34HOURS We Have New, Attractive, and Up-to-Date Ideas and Plans In all kinds of to :lhpw you ,for the atklng. ALL KINDS OF BUILDING MATERIAL, BUT ONLY ONE'? BEST. Hardwood.Floorings, Wagon Jiakers' Oak, etc., etc. need a GOOD Screen Door NOW! We have it. Say, you CITIZENS LUMBER GO., Phone 363. 134 16th Street North. ;