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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THK Un'HBUllHlE -HALI.Y JtKP.AU) Bv G. McManus UP FATHER" IN XHEJWORLD OF CT3BTTP, Canada Won Six Out of Won thc Anvalgamalion Resulls in 3tajor League Plants Being De- serted for Season '1TKSDAY, NOVEMBER LABOR GAINS IN BRITISH MUNICIPAL ELECTION! Twenty-five Returned In Woalwlch Other Notable Gains Are Made L.OXDOX Korj from muuklpal elections-held yesl" day generally alf uWrttbfc cq'u'rilrjr fp-. [lit1 first llmo since (be war art Knuwu, ;lnH, those already armcuiHvc show uoublo yufns- for Jabw caudld captured, nice out of suit: in near Louden. In bledon, labor secured two unoppostt seals and defeated three At Ricumnud they Improvid then j standing aud won four seals lu Ensi bam. At Woolwich twenty-five labo members TTLTO returned against 11 municipal thp previous po Islilcu being '21 reformers aud li labor Tho Laboritca gatucd 15 scats ai IJrernool mid tour out ot eight were successful at Portsmouth.' By process of two anj possibly tbrea LONDON, NOT. arc (ho results of Saturday's and Scoltisb. fooib.ill FJrst Division -Aston Villa 5; IHackbum Hovers i; Evarlcz _. Ilolton 1; Sunderland UradTord Cily l; -Vrsenal i. .Chelsea -1; Bradford 0. Liverpool 0; HuruJey 1. IMnnchcsicr United L-; Shcfiiol v 0 v v a v i major leasue baseball plaiils will be L'ulted 0. C1' d'smantlcd next season, according to] -Newcastle United i: Presioa N'orlh EASTERN RUGBY v i the most authentic information ob- Thi! Is to the effect Ihal: Con my -I- v v v [by ihc lime ihe cuilain ou Ilic Albion 0. West flroniwich championship season Chicago; HennKon Tigers 9; Toronto -oe only dl7 wWeh be iasted lo patronize, two bis league! Montreal lo; OLLavra 6. :bal, park- Regina IS; Winnipeg Ucs 0. j The is (o in McOlll 16; o. Philadelphia and Jloslou Varsity II- 10; Unlremly lhf. IJQe_ ago by the Two major leagues m New GRAND RAPIDS, Mich, Nov. 4. of Cornwall, N. Y, brother of Willie Hoppe, the world'x champion bMHardist, eel a nsw world's record here last., night, running 112 balls at U.I style of pocket billiards in an ex- hibition match. Tht run was when Hoppe had reached hfs 125 points snd it was ed. He defeated his opponent, Harry of Grand 123 to 1C. The record was form- erly held by Morton Phillips, of a mn of 74, which was nude Tn 1913. Capitals 15; Beaches 1. Toronto R, F- J- 27; Hamilton R. Yortf lhe [Jala .3 are oc- cupied jointly by the National and American League lea-m's, although the on the lot and tille to lhe .plant ]are held by the owners of the Giants. 'For.several years lhe two New York teams hare played oil the Polo I grounds wiibouL friction aud bate 'reduced the overhead cost to each I club, Park Sharing Likely Before another season opens it ia more than probable ihe St. Louis Na.- liuna I League club will be shar the plant of lhe St. Louis Browns and In every oiher city Chicago' hich has in Hie National and I Aincricaik lyngues ihe baseball parkj r ,are located in the section of ihe Lipton lo Mac- newspapermen this In St. ilic sarao Cldliam Alhlc-lic 0; Derby County 0. Second Division Blackpool 3; Kosse 0. Bristol City l; Coventry city 0. Clapton Orletit 1; Lincoln City 0. JIuddercTield Town Fulham 0. Hull City 4; Urimsby Town L Hothcrham City 1: Stoke 3- Eoulh Shields 0; Bury 0, Siockporl 1; Bumslc-v Tottenham ijolspurs 2; Durslem Port Vale 0. West Ham United 3; 2. amp ton Wacflerers 4; Not- lingbam 1. Southern League L Meeting Thursday Red Ct-oss Meets On Wednesday m.oming .op., th'af be MADISON, former champion heavy- weight and the original Lewis, died at Dodgaa- villc, an MJntss'cf two years. wha 58 years old, retir-d from the mat thirty years ago. .hla arrival eiplamine a pat in 'a few days In America. Sir Thomas eaid that he would' proceed to New York on the Cannania and ivoiild remain there for da'rs. "V.'hilc in'Xew York." he said, "I wJll set just how cup mat- ters slacd "and will over the Shamrock there, Neil spricg I .will send ojer a 13 metre trial for the Sir Thomas that he m'.ghl have time on this trip to pay a brief visit to Toronto, and added that he would shortly return to America lor a long- slay in connection wiin yachting mailers. VICTORIA, Nov. PLAY YANK CAME3 IN CHINA Football car line serves uolh i which' are anything except, crowd without orer- oaly half a mile apart. The Brawns have a modern concrete plant capable of handling world's series llowinr. The Cardinals' plant is an old- 1 fashioned vrooden affair, part ot j which -ras horned year, and the rest of yrhich cost a lot o' money to, keep it in good favor with tbe build- 1 inr commissioners oE St. Ijouis, More- over the ground on which the Car- dinals' park is located is valuable as a Quick asset. Boston Mas problem A ticklish, situation exists in But- ton, where bolh National and .Amer- ican league clubs aie stniggUng to jlirt heavy ovcrlicad charges, due lo, and. Baseball Are Introduced cost Of plants. The Airier- at College i Iran" leaeue club. haTlng huilt its i bAN FRANCISCO, 4.-Amerl- [planl vpara aROi SJ can football and baseball cave beenitn better ns to its successfully introduced at Tslng Uuajthan ,ne Is. coJlese- PckJD, China, accorrfjnff us grounrtb" arc tictfnr siuoted Ming S. IXJTTC, registrar of the comTIierjcai piirposeF. in thai who was liere recently ta route.hean or W tbc ran Cyclono Taylor second to Chba alter a tour of the TJnttert Kcd Sox park JG bsKtr to .for Indmdnal scorns honors In the SLatea. baseball because il is more compact .Pacific Coast Hc-chey league, Trill en- Ligbt years ago Lowe left for Hun Ibc plant occupied by thc ileaYor to Elage a come-back with the'China, "after having graduated from ;uraves Victoria team tbia ieason. Tester the University of California, where 'PilricX has secured the signature of ;ttc waa known aa an all-round athlete. Ihe-rormer OUawa player, who since 'After bis arrival in China he ob- jolnlug tie coast ranks baa put In'lainecl the aerrlcca of an three years wHh