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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta _The Lethbrtdge Daily September tmmm Old .00 per bottfe A -r Kigt-class wKisky: line flavor and excellent quality- -1 I 1 well-matured whisky, ot great -age and absolute purity 1- Ijcjubr-" Scotcn whisky, very: mi. and of great delicacy of flavor, matured in. sherry high-class whisky, purposes A pure, unsurpassed for me EIGHT TEAM LEAGUE FOR 'COAST IS SAID TO'BE OFF Portland Will Have' Two Teams Year Under Same -Conditions as in. 1909. Portland; Ore., Sept. That Port- land will ..have continuous baseball next season -was strongly intimated 'by Representative McCredie, who has just returned from San Francisco, wnere be attended the -directors' rneet- jing of the Pacific .Coast League. Local fans take his :remarks to meaii tnat tne proposition to extend ;the league -by making" it an eigh.t team league; is off, and -instead the organi- zation- TV-ill allow League to place as was the case in 1901K the Northwestern club in Portland, said that president of the Oakland and Henry owner of' the L'os An- geles cluro.' were coming north in. ia week, or so to" look over, tne situation relative to the expansion tout botn o'f "them are opposed to" clubs in the north; and McCredie "wili nbf listenitb any five south andJthree north proposition'., such as is advocat- ed iby the California -magnates, EVERS REAL MAD. Sept "Murphy, president of '.the Chicago- National Club, refuses to. .believe.-that Johnny his great second' s'ack- er, wiir'desert the. Cubs' camp-at'the close of.the .1910 season. Evers "is sore on "the whole .baseball orf anfia- tion over" the refusal of the "National commission to allow a few stars to; play.-on an all-star team'which was to -be financed bunch'pf Cin- cinnati "millionaires, and on Tuesday', in the presence of President Ban' Jqhjx- soh, of the American League, the Cub declared that he quit organized ball after this season, and wpuld'jbin the ranks of the outlaws. Miirphy, iust cannot'see where Ev- ers, :could possibly quit his- the Cubs, and -Is busily engaged iteiling-the sport scrib- es that there is nothing to_the Eyefs' story. TIGERS STILL .HUSTLING: BAL1DNESS -tDhe above-respfession istone w.hich -in connection. .with. preparations. Just .-exactly '.what each, -a iiuestibn. ''Baldness is "not., a 'disease Rndihencei does not' 'permit f-o'f ,a cure: result" "fiTariahly to_ be .traced -daiidru'ffl; germ and if-the-con- become that- if is complete" atrophy of the hair follicles, a is' absolutely, impos- '..Approaching baldness, .seen in fall- .Ing-'hair, may always be -checked and not atrophied hair be induced again to TThis is accomplished by regular ap- plications of, j.Newbro's Herpicide which" cleanses the scalp and 'kills the -'The destruction of germ tdoes "la.'way .with the accum- ulations -of -scarf skin and thus elim- inates tie: .most -.common beautiful hair; enemy to hair cannot grow "with dandruff any .inbre than a delicaie plant can grow ash The, scalp must' be .kept clean "and .free trom dandruff. best remedy- for doing this ia Newbro's Herpicifie- which receives 'the highest endorsements firom pro- teasional men, the stage and the best people everywhere. is sold and guaranteed in dollar size bottles by all dmg- Applications obtained at all ijpSrgt class .barber shops and- hair Dressing .parlors. The Herpicide Co.. Dept. Mich., enclosing ]pc in "postage or-silver for sample and 'book- "p. Higinljotham Co., Special Agents. CONNIE -.MAGK TO Sept. t Uonnie Mack, .of ta'e Amencan. .winners, :is to sign -a contract for life; .shortly af- ter -the .world's. Tne Borough Councils- Metropolitan managers of >oor Law andrSickV Asylum Boards Gtaardians (31) Lunatic- Asylums Cbmmit- overseers" oi City Parishes Central- Unemployed' Body Truste'es Sqrs. 3iore moneyris.- spent' oh education "'object, totalling- spent" on the is interesting to -at. -when, a '.famous cross- the piibiic .mind. An Ounce of is worth a pound of cure. As a preventa- troubles aris- ing from a disordered stomaeh aad kidneys cons tip atiojii "biliousness, gout, THt WATER Of (JSMUW is an tin ex- celled speoi-" i. Nor does It derange faac- that 4s pent in the 'pur- suit, apprehension. Vand .conveyance of cost of, the of.. .JSfecw; Scotland, yard, and of service Are grimly suggested -for medical 'and; 'expenses. ;The fire Brigade .'figures '-entirely as a uoiinty and. cost ABDUL DESERTED- WIVES, -Hampton; H. H. Longe- ay Falls; Omer McDonald; Chollis, SHORT ON TWIRLERS Pittsburgh failure Lo.'win the yen- nant is -ascribed to lack. capable pitcn-ers. This shortcoming stands out more prominently" than ever, when it is known that for two monthse. the Pirates have pendence in young twirl ers. He fig- ured that Adams -would 'do- even let- ter than last season, and'that Powell TAKE YOUR CHOICE wnat snould 'be -the odds in worm's series? Even money, and taKe your choice. In Coombs and-Ben- aer, Connie Mack has every as good .pitcners as Cole and Doxmen nave a lot to say about, the winning or losing of a "series, umcago has certain ably -behind tne bat, in -base Tne-1'act that the Chicagos are a "go- and Moore, would, win a "lot of games. jmo" club should -Sept. is re- players in the .profession, ,but Collins ported that a C. freight engine is no slouch at the bat- in the field or blew out, killing a fireman- at Arte on tne bases. Many experts call Coi- lour miles from -here Sat- raornins. uns one of the inost remarkable young not as effective ss it was three years ago saould make the fan Tiie furtber fact that the National .League lias won the world's champion- snip three times running, American's League's chances exceed- ingly brignt. Toe worm is .bound to turn. Wbat goes up must come down etc. BONKAG'S RECENT SHOWING' LdaHq; Less. Coutts; Dr.' Troy, Ohipr, 'Sickler, .Qjregon City, Ore.; -R. D: "Me'dicine -Hati; "W. J. Haycock, -Taherf'll: Ida- ho -'Falls; Davenport, Hamil- ton', C. Jdhiison, T.; Forhes-Wfl1 (From London- Letter in New York -continue to be a source. of .Itrouible to Xheir- number -was., es- to.; exceed including- but the itself con- ex-Sultan's successor 'to the tune of. Jloldiyer, S-- P.. Hillcrest; J. G. John Miner, Brant- fora, Gnu; Calgary; Mrs.'.C. F. Snyder and daughter, Car- J., p., Hoaby, Rossport, J. B: Grosfiel'd, Portland', F.--H. 'p.etors, Calgary; L. JJ- Mc- Lean, Medicine Hat; E. 0. Winte- mate, A. Hatton, W. Taylor, W.'Hat ton, Maclcod; Mrs. A. St'ime, 'Edmon- tdiL; Geo. Rutherford, Raymond; H. H-.1-' -Free, .Otto Giesselman, Milte.-Tliver; A. H. Mill, Wil- liain-'" .Stonehouse. Diamond City; W. H. '.'Gordon, Medicine W. J. ;Wake, High River; H. Billing, A. Kennedy, Calgary; C. W. Griffin, H. C. MeBuemy, Calgary; Ottawa; John E. Ritch- ief, D. Smith, Geo. Houson, Medicine Hat. 'rDAL-LAS Ed. Church, Bowvillc; Mrs. Church. Inksttr, Nf G. Goons, Geo. Coons, V. V. Goons, Jasper., Ont.; H, D. Church, Calgar-yj; A.. Caxier, Cardston; W. A. Barrett, G.algary; B. R. Tommotzch, Nan-ton; H.! Kerr, Carmangay.; R. E. C. i Sfohtague, New D. Maclean, :i SIcKillop, Calgaryi; M. Parks, 'Op- tic: Salisbury, Owasso, Mont.; H. A. Macleod; Mrs. W. P. Walker, Grand The government, :ref used to, pay this sum.- .but that the should -sanction an arrangement by of. the, harem for a" .'ten years should receive Sought o m coast E halr-gallcns at hotels, "bart v stores dining and cafe cars or frpmybrir by the hottlcor is a-'- pretty still thought the ministry' "yayerserierQus, Some of the'extreme. Jeft- "Why -you" thfeni the retorted .'that J. the %ere and wido ws, and -'aecpcding- to Turkish eus'f bniccould "expect to attract husbands-- among the.iaith- i'ul. Other" 'deputies suggested'; that as the wonien" came Minor or 'Albania.. ..they should fae sent back to their native 'provinces to, he cared for .Here the members-. -provinces con-cernea" 'jumped' up 'anid, cut indignantly that the -families; of these jnonthly; .to S21.25, -which, frugal; .Turk- them.ij and ttiar "the; local e -expected tneir maintehanee.- again -firmiy all- for .the.- ex-Sultan's1 so long '--wives- an Otj toman. soldiers :wJib a .smaELjmalorit lor the-- governme'n.t's :p the .women: the hsrein-'mayJ .'to .receiving their--; at all' 19 'J.-- Tui-piu.; .merchant; is m- -the., city' on -business-" Junction, M. S. Hauenitem. Ser.ani.OH, Albert Meadow, R. j J. Richardson. Milk RivenrJ.- J-. Per- T. 'Bargford-, -Winnipeg; S'.-M.. Dudley, .f. Macrionald, Cal- Robert Needs, Medi- cine Hat; W. R. Meglim, Cardst-OEi; H...T. -Thykc-n, Milk River; A. H. TaJbot, Carmangav: E. Sparrow, Lundbrcck; T. A. Underwood, Grassy Lake. M. II- Gorritt and] wife, Dayton; David L. Reid, Macleqcl: Mi-Kenxie Welsh, S. M. Welsh, P. Van Wagoner, Ray- Charlie Pulley, Mr. and Mrs. JJayuir and clrild, Loa- tion, Eng.i; Ed. S. Pulley, Diamond W." H. Mcgicrly, "Diamond Ciiy; H. "Bronon. -T. Lenis. Cran- T. R. George V. Bonhag, the champion distance runner, broke three records in his five-mile race at the annual'senior championship contests of- ihe Metro- politan Association at Travers Island, j prank OswoVd, recently. Bonhag led all the- -way' home in the five-mile'HIE, which .he- won a fifth-_ot" a mile in 1-a, The former record was made by L. C. Carter, of the New York A. C.. in 3-5, September 17, 1887. BO.I- hag made, two other American records King. Grassy CASTLK W. R. Winskm-, coinbe; A. Mt-Tavish, Maeleod, La- FT. Frasev, X. MfPhetlran, Calgary; Mrs. C. W. Thompson, Carmanga-y: P. C. Calgary; Alex. Bautiiier, I-laii fax, N.S.; A. H. Peterson and wife, Rosemead, Alta.; W. C. Morga.n. Tlr- .n me same race, the first beiug gina, R. Calgarvr V :or four miles.-beating made I A.- Xellis. Calgary; C. R. Cuysdah-. by the Jate Wiiliam Day 21 years ago i Carmana'ay; G.' Richnwlson, and the 4 1-2 mile record of E. C. Car-! gary; (rriswoki, Denver; G. ter, made 23 years ago. Carter's 1 4-3, but Bonhag romp- i-1- iii 1.7. makes last M oi! mops, bottlos or no oe- Aoids. The tSncet oT them alj. ALL DEALERS, lOc. TKS r. F. DKLLKY CO., {.SWIITKD, Hamilton, Ont., and Doii't your money buyiug pJas- icrs 'vrlien you can get a botiJe of Chamberlain's- for twenty- five ceuts. A piece oi' risnnel damp- eneii wiih ihis linimecr. is to any pjaster for ?eme .back. in the side oarl chasr and iiiucl; Sold by ali dnjggists. U'alsli, Alts Greene. B.uv- villc. lU-nry lilakpy. Bare Hill; Mrs. L. AvcritI family, Bowviih-; I Non'iO Avrrill. Bnrr inil; James Mr- Guire, .Stirling; B. I.cRoy, (ino. K. LaVisard, .1. Jilnidtr, Purvis. Cni Cov'.jdse. Wav- ARLINGTOX gary; E. A. r. E. Hoilihaj] aurt tUxughi Warner; L. Dclancy. Stcnford. Wm, J. Mqrrisou, "Glen world over than purest form 07 tobacco can fce ;