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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERAU3, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1909. Sovereign Brand Clothing' Individual in Style Perfect in Fit IS in Workmanship Made of the Finest Fabrics I Ask your Dealer for Sovereign Brand Clothing It bears this label If he does not keep it, write us CLOTHING The inside construction will bear the closest scrutiny. It is the secret .of the shape retain- ing qualities of Sovereign Brand Clothing W. E. Sanford Mfg.: Co., Ltd. HAMILTON HOME SWEET HOME OFASQUATTLR Twelve Miles South Of Bow r Stays Shined. Dust won't dull it Rain won't spot it. Dainpproof and waterproof. Keeps out moisture. Softens and preserves the leather, just put it on, rub two or 'three times with a brush or.cloth and a brilliant and lasting shine results.. No substi- tutes even half as good. A CONTINUED ROUND OF PLEASURE The usual good bill that is always to be''seen, at the Eureka -will be ex- ceedingly strong next week. It doesn't matt-er to'.Al. whether there WAGNER TALKS AT LAST Quiet Man Island to sell two. btg loads of hay. Both are sod houses, kept neat, clean and whitewashed. house are in the background. The Getz oxen and democrat and j Presenting the beautiful comedy drama 'For Her Brother's Sate' A great scenic production New Songs, New Dances, and all New Specialties Night AdultBoOc Children 2oo Afternoon v Ghiliren loc Adults 2Sc: Show Qrbnnds Cut bill Street. Barracks 1 aren't machines. If it was like a i machine it wouldn't be any more fun I than watching a rolling mill turn out rails." That's more baseball than Wagner usually talks for a season. room is also used for a bed room. Comfortable in All Seasons Such a house is quite comfortable winter and -cool in summer, and the steep roof sheds the rain quite easily. A Whitewashed Coal Shed j The stable is built of lumber and A serious clash between the mem-j painted, but the hen house, coal bers of the Detroit and Cleveland! house and root cellar are made of a baseball teams was prevented only mixture of clay and hay. They are ANOTHE Clothes that last a you do not outgrow them in girth or In the mailing of fine Dress Clothes excel. We rest our Physique type system and Its proof upon the Dress Suits and we are able to sell these al wholesale prices Suits at S25. ar.d Tuxedo Jackets at SIS and Frook Coats at '520 snd The varying represent the difference in the quality of the black vicuna and in the and quality of the linings used. These are which you often, want and ours is a store where- you caik get what you want when YOU want it. j by the intervention of cooler heads just after last Saturday's game with i Cleveland. Through the courtesy of j the Cleveland management the De- troit players were permitted to dres.s in the club house beneath the stjnd. After the game the Tigers j hastened to the dressing room to pre- pare for the trip to St. Louis. For- getting, the fact that they were guest? i of the Cleveland management, sev- each whitewashed the outside with pink whitewash. The root and chicken house are also whitewashed ir.iiiuo so as to keep the roots nnd roosters derm and healthy. It would whitewash the inside BASEBALL RESULTS National At Cincinnati 9; Xew York 12. At i eral of'the visitors berated the Cleve- i land players alleging the Naps failed j Chicago 9; Boston J. I to play their best against Philadelphia At Ar- A. SOUTHARD, AGENT, LETHBRIDGE; AUBERTA. and then turned in and used every j effort to beat the Tigers and .them out of the pennant race. guments resulted and allegations fol- lowed allegations. Bill- Donovan and j Trainer "Doc" Payne soon "were in- volved in a row and Payne denied the assertion that Cleveland was ttn- j fair. There were threats of battle and I for a time it looked as if a free for all j fight would result. Some of the Tig- j ers were for giving battle and some of the Naps were just as anxious to wipe f up the floor with their erst- while' opponents. Cooler heads da both clubs prevented a serious fight. PR9F. FRED of Piano and Harmony. MRS. FRED of Violin. We everybody who takes lessons of us, rapid improvement in a very short time. We use the very best of methods. We will call at your homes. Present address fi24 Bur- Phone .320.. Pittsburg 2; Philadelphia I. St. Brooklyn 12; St. Louis 6. The rain stopped all American and Eastern League games. AGENTS: McGUIRE -will be open for business ON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER. 28, Carrying a full line of NEW SECOND HAND FURNITURE. Five carloads Have arrived from the East, and the goods will be sold at EASTERN In addition to New and Second Hand Furniture; Stoves, Ranges, Heaters, Carpets, Linoleums, Granite- Crockery, Blankets, Trunks, Valises and all kinds of household goods will be handled. The Company will BUY, SELL OR EXCHANGE During Opening Week, every cus- tamer purchasing worth of goods will be given a Those purchasing worth of goods will be given a Pillows Free It means money to you to deal at the MAX. WARHAFT, Prop. Road, beside Arlington Hotel ;