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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Letltbridge Daily Herald, Thursday, September 29; 1010, Ate Unwisely? Sometimes people do, and suffer, because the sto'mach balks. relieve the discomfort at once, and help digest the overload. The lover of good things may feel quite safe with a box of NA-DRU-CO Dyspepsia Tablets at hand. 50c. a box. If your druggist has not stocked them yet send 50c. aad we will mail them. 34 d CkemicU Co. of Montreal. FROM LIVERPOOL TO MEET FIANCE He Was Not at Edmonton Girl's Sad Plight Sept. and ilone on the streets of Edmonton.and a-coping Nellie Taylor, a oretty English found on Sat'' irday night, by the clerk of the Pen-- iennis hotel. "Between her sobs she explained that she Liverpool to meet husband in Edmonton ;o find him. Her corre him carried the letterhead of the Al- berta Hotel whither she went imme- diately on her arrival. Inquiries hero and at other hotels failed to locate TWO DROWNED IN ONTARIO WILD PINCHER RIFLE SHOTS ORGANIZE Presentation to Major In- vest igati on Complete J> Port Arthur, Ont., .Sept. M. Coleman, of Renfrew, and Albert Dixon, of are reported to be drowned in Gull hake one hun- dred and fifty miles north of Sioux Lookout on the Grand Trunk Pacific on Saturday. The sole survivor of the drowning was Nick Elhvood, who clung eight hours to an upturned canoe and then walked- sixty miles without food to report the iatality to Sioux Lookout.. The three men. wero going to Cat Lake trapping for the was on Gull Lake adjoining. Cat Lake, en route to the Hudson's Bav post to get a substitute to Elhvood tov join the party, tho boat capsized iu. oLuci noims isiuiru KJ ioiwc him and it dawned on her a long struggle to cling to .i.-j. _i_. __ ___i tlie boat Cmerrmn vnn DiYnn lot that she was absolutely alone and practically without; money in Edmon- ton. her tearful state when. tlie boat and sank, oleman never Dixon let go again. Ell- wood managed to cling to the hoat until it drifted ashore eight late at night on the streets, il eiSnt hours The clerk had her cared for at the f he walaea sixty 'miles and afterwards sent her up to Sioux Lookout in three days to the Immigration Hall, where case to Dominion spent-Sunday., .What she was to (ki j e and Provincial then was a "puzzle'no her, but she I Constable ttiutc. Pincher Creek. Sept. 2-S Association was organised by the mem hers of 23rd A.R., at the King Edward Hotel on Monday j night. Aitw- the association had been duly organized, Captv Wright in a'" neat speech, presented Major A. C. Kcnirnis with a 'silver salad dish The present had the crest of the regiment engraved on it, together with the in- scription. "Presented to Major A. C. Ke-mmis from the N.C.O.. and men of D Squadron, 35rd Alberta The presentation was a thorough sur- prise to Major Kemmis. who made a suitable reply. Several speeches were made hv other members of the com- pany, the meeting closing with the singing oi the National Anthem. An investigation oi the charges pre- ferred by Councillor Tucker against the town constable took place by the closed doors and pub- committee tenders its report at fne next roeular meeting of the council. TABER FORFEITS GAME Mr. of the Ta'oer- rooohall club, informed a Her- ald reporter yesterday that .they had decided to forfeit, the semi-final game with the Cal- lies in the Wright cKarity Shield series. T-his leaves the Uailies and S. 0. E. in the nnais. McGKAW PICKS CUBS TO WIN THE WORLD'S SERIES RROM VHE ATHLETICS. a, Sept. Me- uraw, tae famous manager of the New Giants, picks the National .Leagu-e team tc 'via tlie series her 21st. They told M. Further intelligence regarding the fatal accident at Fishburn "on Tuesday states that the deceased's clothing was stripped almost entirely from her body and her face fearfully -disfigured. The funeral takes place on Thursday. The age of deceased was thirteen jr j years, not fourteen, as your corres- found a friend in the inotorman of the car, on which she went to" the hall. His; wife called this morning and of- fered her'a temporary homo. Mean- while she is making inquiries as to "her must be somewhere in -the city unless she has been grosslv misinformed. secretary to commissioner of pendent had been incorrectly iniorm- SLIPPED ON WET RAILS UNDER A LOCOMOTIVE Fort William. Out., .Sept. ious injuries were inflicted on' S. H. racKman in tae Canadian Pacific Ry. yards at tea oclock -by yard engine No. 2314. The unfortun- ate man. who was a checker in the Dominion Police W. A. Quibel, and Martin brought the news to Port Ar- thur tonight. TWO MEN LOST ON THE LAKE OF THE WOODS tvenora. Sept. Grave fears are st.il! entertained this morning for tile safety --'of Charles Jones, foreman of the Canadian Pacific- yards here who Stanley M'cCannon left last Tues- day for a hunting trip on the. Lake of the Woods. They 'were to return last Friday and since -then, a search- ing party has 'been actively scouring ireig-lit office, living at the Ogden ho- vicinity of Piche Bay hut with no tet, had ins, left, leg off, the little I nirtner result than" that the launch linger of his left hand amputated and containing Jones' coat and provisions sustained a number of concussions and I, have .been found, the -latter untouched. cuts. Ke slipped on the and fell under the engine. wet rails ne-ws from expected today. tfoe searchers is Examinations for probationers for the ministry are being held, this week in the Methodist church ij'ere. Rev. R. E. Finlay is presiding. Dr. Lureot has returned from trip to the province of Quebec.- Rev. Father. Hetu, who has been on an extended visit in Montreal, has arrived home. Mr. Cross, manager of the Bank of Commerce here, left on Monday for his old home in from, whence he returns accompanied .by his bride. Mrs. Cooper and son Ralph have re- turned from a trip to the coast. a far 'better ieam than Connie Mack's Athletics. ilc (.-raw's nine won from the AtMetics in the series. -YLcGraw arguus this way: That the Unas must -be better than ever tc come on and first honors in the Maubnai Lreag.-e race after losing out in 190a. 'H-i -.vt-b directing the best team-he ever hSd And JMeCraw has tnought air along that the'outfit he is" managing this season is the best In order to taring the books of the Vancouver Lands Registry. Office up to date, a night staff has 'been put on and double shifts, are trying to catch up with several months' arrears of he had since Then the Cubs SOLD EVERYWHER ''The purest form in which tobacco can be smoked. nave further -jpu.nctu.-ei, an old un-writ- ten. piece of baseball law, viz.. that a cnampionship team rev-eats. The Giants Sanded on top in 190-4 and liJ05i Tihe Cubs won the honors in lUUo, lyOT, and Baltimore, tsrooKiyn, Chicago ia the old days always repeated. Then in the American Leat.ue, Boston won a couple of succession, and in lyi'Y, 1908 and 1909 Detroit was sup- reme. McGraws line of reasoning arror-ds (tlie He argues that Chicago be very, very good to come on after losing out last sea- son, ant be'ar. cut PiUsburg, the hold- ers of the WGI let's championship. "1 gave ?v'ew i'ork pennant winning teams in ia04..and -states liraw, van.-d would, -have had severa other championships 'but for Miner tfrown, orvie Overall, Ed Reultoach Jack .Kiing, Frani Johnny; Eve'rs, Harry Stein leidf, Joe Tinker, Sheckard Arthur Horman, Frank- Schulte and se other sjieed boys in Chicago. So. if they come on a.nd win the title, why shouldn't I pla.y them? And ll. I have to get even on the Jetfries-jonnson know, and here- looks IHce the .proper- spot. Con- nie .Mack had the backbone of this team of his against us in 1905, and the 'Atnietics were lucky to win one of me five games. shut tnem out ihree times and Iron Man .vi-cuinnity kalsomined -them once. "It was a fluke, the biggest fluke in the -world, that Philadelphia won a single game. Tlie day Chief Ben-der put it over .McGinnity nothing but a tough break beat Joe and the .boys, uevjin, after receiving a throw from -Vtertes, had Slireck thrown out at me plate by 2'j feet or so, but hit old ussie squaieJy in the 'back with the ant tlut miscue was responsible tor every ru.i scored by the Athletics in that game. In fact, it -was respon- sible for every .tally they registered in the series. "Bender, Plank, Davis. Murphy, Har- tsel and Lord are Quakers of this son who were against us in 1905. I don't think the Cubs can lose to them. ANNOUNCEMENT BY TL I J.LL i I he Lethbridge dales Co. iflJ We beg to inform the Public of Lethbridge that we have bought out ithe business lately earned on under the style of The Harvard Tailoring Co., Crabb Street, and have remov- ed the stock in trade to our new premises on ROUND STREET 1 Door South of Easton's Harness Shop. v We have on hand a large assortment of Men's Suits, Overcoats. Raincoats, Boots and Shoes, Rubbers. Craven- ettes, Men's aiid Women's Hose, and Gloves, etc. Also a large quantity of Hardware, Stoves, Heaters (new and second Beds, Springs Mattres- ses, Lounges. Dressers, Stands, Extension Tables, etc., t Our prices will be found to be unequalled in town j Bender. 1 know, is a great pitcher, and is -bound to give the Cubs. a tough ngnt. i don't know much aibout Jack but understand he is a live one. Plank tidn't baffle my .boys. and. he isn't the pitcher this season that Jie was in iorraer campaigns, to hear tne talent around tae circuit talk. "Mack lias a second-cla'ss catching staff at best. His infield is not. much to Drag about. Harry Davis can hit. bur. that. About lets him out. Barry and Baker have been hustling finely tor Mack, 'but they will find a world's series a mighty tnmg, and perhaps they -will back up. b'ddie Collins must be a -wonder. Mur iphy was fooled by my pitchers. Old- I ring is a new one on me, but Mack's i ftesi outnelter and hitter, I believe' bord played against the Giants." are also in the market to purchase Household Fur- niture in any quantity. Stocks in trade. Clothing, Diamonds, Watches. Musical Instruments, all kinds of Tools, etc. Best market price given. Clothes cleaned, repaired and pressed on ithe premises. Experienced Tailor and Cutter employed. Your own cloth made up. TRADE WITH US AND SATE MONEY x to to loan on personal property The Lethbridge Sales Co; Cr .-.n. Round Street Lethbridge to 'build a larger park. The plans for the park call lor a stupendous outlay. The grand stand will be. a double decker of con- crete and steel of a seating capacity of The open stands will ac- commodate more. The Polo rounds has a large playing field but declares the Yankees' -will he even larger. When it is completed, it is said, it -will eclipse the plants own- ed fby the Pitts-ourg Pirates, the Ath- letics and the Chicago. White Sox. It will be absolutely fire proof. BILLY DELANEY TELLS OF THREE GREAT CHAMPIONS MEW BALL PARK READY SPRING New vorK. Sept. j frank Farrcli. of the New York Yan- Kees is planning to have the High- landers' new ball plant, at Broadway and 2l'5th srreet lung-abridge, ready ror occupancy by the opening of the i ail American League season. Far- rcil stated t.lat it' everything went night the club would move in on April Jo. but it' uiere was a hiich -rhe grounds woulri not. he ready until Memorial Day. According r.o -the Yan- j Kees- execuuve. the contracts will i he !c-t some time this -week. The i vanKees' lease on their present home expires, and as this is too small to accommodate great holiday :uid j saturday -crowds, Fan-ell thinks ir Corbett the Fastest. Fitz the Hardest Hitting Middleweight and Sulli- vanvthe Gamest of All "Jim Corbett was the fastest man I ;ver said Bill Delaney, "and bar Peter Jackson, the only finished )oxer the heavyweight class has pro- duced. Jim was quick with every fibre his body. His eye was like an eagle's, his feer, like those of a "deer, and his hands like a flash of lightning. -Ie could spar like a panther, strike and make a stronger man beat him- self in trying to reach him. Jim lack- ed the hitting power. Had he had the punch of a Fitzsimmons or a Sullivan he would have been the peer of all the fighters. He was a wonderful man and a brainy fellow. "Bob Fitzsimmous was a wonder. Why. at 40 he was an ace as a fighter. He is 48 years old today. How that. old chap could hit. and what a game i man he was when they broke bad: He was the best middleweight who ev- j er lived. He was too small to bent Jack Johnson, but ounce for ounce he j i was as good a man as ever lived. "John L. Sullivan was one of The old school. Dead game was John. He had a right-hand punch that was as heavy as any heavyweight, ever tossed at a foe. Those two things were Sulli- van's best grit and his hit- ting powers. He was an old school fighter, but pitted against the men of today he would be outclassed. He was the best of hie time, and despite the fact, that Sullivan violated the rules of training, he was a wonderful man. in modern methods, be would imosi, beer, unbeatable.'' A pure high-class whisky of fine flavor and excellent quality uaniel Thomas, once the champion oi' Wales, died tbe other tay at Car- flin. at. i.hp age of 82 years, leavin" an estate valued at about Thomas, after earning enough in the ring TO -start In. the hotel business, ourned all his souvenirs of the game, i Stanley Ketchell ssys rhar. he woulc- j prepare to fight Jack Johnson. "I! am through with fighting in the mid- j die weight said Ketchell it A well-matured whisky of and absolute purity A liquor Scotch whisky, very mild and of great delicacy of tlavor, matured m sherry wood. A pure, high-class whisky, unsurpassed for purposes 613 medicinal ;