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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY; OCTOBER 1, 1919 .NUMBER 246 ds White Sox 9UBNE fMPMHEllCTOiU GE1S It? Row Into FigKlmg nd Italian PC, TV A _ iciare They Never Intended to Enter Fiume-U zio's Troops are Being Augmented. IRISH RAILWAYMEN ARE STIUL WOF wars are slill avralUnt li lions "Iron There Is a'jrtat cpheest eoods liere, slilps havii down Oielr'serVice.holwei The Prince is a Baseball Fan too Situation Greatly Improved from Government Point of H. Thomas, Railwaymen's Leader, Declares He is Trying to Confine Strike To Its Present ment Prepared to Meet Conditions Even if' Transport1'. -Workers Go Out.. WHEX H.R.H. THE PRIN'UE OF WALES WAS.1X KDMONTON' HE ATTENDED TUB _____ i! BETWEEN THE. EDMONTON VBTBIIANS CALGARY HUSTLERS .IS THE SEMI-FINALS POIt fHE .iPHovixciAi, CHAMPIONSHIP; -HU IS-SEEN-JIEUE MINGLING WITH THE MEMBERS OF THE EDMON- TEAM. _ i Too Much Rfuthief Cause Sox DeJeat; Cieotte is In the fact that SuperinUndent rennVfather not received -official V instruction, il w in. mounted -furnlthirig honor his Wn' taken on by the' veterans, 'and forIthls purpose the men vnill be Mcmbl.ed.ia Ihepi Into In .th> short time 1- 1FWF1 Declares Farmers Wil thing Received Ov of 1 "mperi.il1 Veteran of Tears' Serrice GireB Be fort OTTAWA, 30 and cognate Interests -v fore In' the c'ontmom Goorfe Foster's' resolulli arc based bills. W.-conll for a time after' Iha'-c peaca the nrheat bMrd i :raln superrlaors an peeling the salaries Ot if the board of com'merr rlcullural represenla.tlv to put fom In 'connection srun resorntlqn, the minister ftiingof the price for C emphasizing Cho point Canadian farrairl will thing abovo Ihe Bied irio United States- far celve the fined price hope AnyV Chicago Cincmnati 010 MO 1 100 9 n 6 14 1 Wflkimon, and Schalk; Reother and CINCINNATI, Ohio, Oct. won the Intial game of the world's scries 1919 today by the overwhelming icore of 9 io 1. .The heavy hittiru of the'National liaguerj combined with the fact that Eddie Cicotte, the While Sox itM twirler, was forced to retire fttood ovt featurei of opening The niftEnfl of .Walter' Reuther was the outstanding'brilliant performance of the touthpaw getting three hitj out 'cf th'ree' times at bat, including two triplet. Reulhcr'i pitching wai also of the higheit claur. OTTAWA, Oct. lal house on soldiers c mi re-eBlabHiihinonl "h, Canadian product, Wheeler, president of, tliaB th the Imperial Veterans In Canada- 1 warned.the committee thai there MS Snlberlan t ccmaiUon ot unrest In -the Ihal millers, lilted forward wllh mn with lho coming winter. A damise wldlehiVlabor'partr had been formed d> the in the west and II tvaa. Mil tame Up fi -lain ITOWth. "Ninety cent, ot lho mm .are conscripts culture 5 Ihe Sir force lion of board .ill re- led az- ____ oppnr- ard sorje's ilh Ihc ill.o the J2.15, 111 re- (O'.heM bo con- Iho 3fort db- anadisri e under -others PREUMJNARY DOPE -ON THE FIRST GAME THE BOX SCORE H. MCDONALD TO BE HERE TOMORROW NWord has icceiTti tlial nrieadier-General McDonald, Officer District champions c.f. of the -League, an3 the Chlr.-. Duncan, l.f: White Sol. pennant ivinnL-rs 'lho American League, will do r.f...... In the firfit game ot what wlngo, c. nine game series for the ball championship. f; Tho for hive been completed. Announcement Chicago: from hefldnunrters ,ol both cluu'a gave' j, Collins' rf out posltlve'Information Collins, 2k. abothnaiv, "would oppose Glcotte, while Weaver 3b. Ivy Winpo '.Till backstop Reuther and.; jackton' ff..... Ray Sr.halk will do the CRtching lor Feleeh, 'd, Chicago. Ib. Sox Are Favorllea i Bliberj, M. There I] no doubt thai.Ihe White Schalk, SOI wifl iplnto the tray this Bflnmn-in-Cieotte, p. slight fayori'.es. Tho lillle. bctllng Wllklnion, p. that'has baen recorded showed ..the .'McMullln odds of six to fire tc to fiy.e-ln p. AB. R. H.P.O.A. E. 321420 3900 1 O' 3 0 0 2 0 3 1 3 4 3' 3 4 4 3 3 ...21 14 27 12 1 A.B. R. H. P.O.A.E. 4 4 4 3 4 2 3 1 1 1 IrjB fir-1 Chicago's jlaror.. Considerable, While SOx money was In evidence, but even ord; aro Hnre In i com- readlng ucn'rul- lied. Mr. Hulherlan "he Vrank alaas thou Ihc board should fflftlency (lines wfore their salarlci IUIM proposeil. R. L. Richardson gtre board The alloitlpn [OTemment had do< :he He were (vying to- constlfncncles. S. W. 'Jncobii del ciprmlnR the vl irorK. the h.ll! was I MINES 1IOU6HTO.V, copper men, iHnotinccd-ll ench his been ct to hlmself'a'Ufa- able Io any mnncy ilsmimilcrl irith: lew la' era. nolli teams are confident.''' The lire teams took iheir final ptoc- llce yeatcnlny afternoon and irlll thh morning. 0 0 3 0 0 0 .0 0 0 0 i -o Total .31 1 I 24 16 1 for Wilkinson In the hrta: Rain. Three-bite hits: Reuiher biu. ibert. Stolen bate: Routch. Sacrifice oVpment culd. Im O'Con- ds were the ob- longuc- members alo their ir ilQlles d nt U.ei house (o ike itood. i nnd Ihe l nanilns Ith Ilieir board, II ilolng The XiClonsl Eajcbjll Commlsalnn hits: FelKh, Path, Rouach, Wlngo. -will meet pi VO o'clock and their 'Sacrifice fly; Oroh. flnn! jnatnicllons (o Ihclr ump.'rBS and Rliberg to Collins; Rliberf to E. Bgreo upon Iho grounil rules Tiltli to Candll, L'efl on bam: managers. j Cincinnati 7, Chicago S, BtM en built: Every Sold ;O1< Cieotte 2 (Routth, of 'Thnrn will be no sale of seats Inns-; Lowrfermllk 1 (Grohl: off Reuthtr I mHch as .every Ixkot. hna btcn Hlls: Off, Clcetle 7 In and delivered. Probably 50 podnlc 32-3 Inrilngi; off Wlllnhion 5 In 3 1-3 at lho gales nil nlghl the; (t were (olneil by sovcril hundred early n _ _ In the morning, within.an .hour by yflnklnton, Winge. Hll by pitcher: By .Cieotte, Rath; by Loudermllk, Oiu Declares Effort of Labor To Secure Control of Industry 7V Perilous WASHINGTON, Oct. 1. If unlona control Industry In the United'Slatei "1C rneafit decay and the dropping of Judge chairman of the board of tflrectcri ofjjfce United Statei-Steel dtclir. ed today In presenting the corp6ra- tlon'i lidt of the ttitl to Investigating' commit- _tee. "IT mtani this country can not keep up.' In1 the race .with the said-Mr, Gary. 'Reiterating that the shop" Wat tfie blg-lsc'ue .lii the present strike. declared that It wai opinion of the world that open shops mean more pro- better method! and more prosperity, and that closed shops preductton and lesa "Here.with said Judgii to the steel Vortfen'-' committee, belter pay, but never bui.to. ___ _ _ you know.1 nlrifi; eff Lowdcrmilk 2 In 1 In Struck out: By CiesHe, Kopff rjnlri1 ilng. lene; rho ollcy pay- nllor dnyl.Ehl lho crowd had reached a ttvouiand wnfl.ng for the gates to ,bert Losing pitcher, Cieotte.' Unv the bleachers and pavilion, the unre- behind plate; served senls, to open. at flrat; Oulgley at tecondi Nallln Numerous ofTara ot and several third.- Tfme: as high us <1CO (or a hox scat .Mr the glme were made list nlKM, buj Ilic torluiiale fun who had tickets gave no Indication of wishing to profit In a financial war. LABOR CANDIDATE WILL. .OPPOSE PREMIER HUGHES 3YD.VBV, N. S. W., Oct. Itbor parly nl ncldlgo his selected Ifampson, ono p( officials; to oppose in llio.torth- com'ng general ilcctlon. still abrMd In lho Australian lotceV' THE GAME; IN DETAIL WBILL LONDON, Oct. the delegates of Ihe Irani-port fed era- lion assembling today Io de- cfde whether the workers they ftpresenUd go out in sympathy with trie tlrikmg rait- way men of Great Britain, the government's official report on the situation issued at noon an- nounced a continued improvement In actual condilloni. The train hat been bet- tered, the announcement assert- ed, more than having been run yesterday. Inclusive of those in operatfon In the tub way service. Additional railroad .iriAn had returned to work, It .was de-! clarciL-r t bean made, to replace buimcn ctalmerrt ed of wmi 'proceed tag remarkably. s The meeting ef'.theVI'tnnEpert- men marked the ment BO far In the labor brovght about h'y the'rillroad up. The meeting was attended by' reprcKntjftives of other oryVnTu- -tionc invited by .the t rant port men. Theie, EncTuded the Amal- gamated Federation, the Shipbuilding and Erualneering the Operating .Trader, the .Electrfcar Trades, .the Railway new postal federation. and of ..-General Workmen. Most-of the labor members of the houie of alivo were present. II .was expected '.hat the transport would demand a general by aj[ tradei, but a. coniid- erable diftererce of opinion exiit- ed, tome of the detegatei being In- clined to art for a ballot of the mem ben of the organ be- fore reaching a declclon, CONFINE. DISPUTE l TO J. H. Thomii, rallwaymen'i leader, after entering the meeting .wld he waj itltl uilng all hli In- fluence to confine the dlipute to original the flov- ernment and the Enormous crow'ds gathered'out- ftide.Caxton Kail psrt conference wai being held. Whenever any of the showed themtelv'ei they were how the proceeding! were going. Mwt of the delegate i to approached ex: preMed'tne opinion that conclfla- tlon .wat powible. Shortly before 2 o'clock thlt jfternoon tht traniport workeri' meeting adjourned until fi o'clock. IS WrLL OF PEOPLE TO PREVAIL? LONDON, Oct. Premier Vaugtian, 'of South Australlft writes (o the Tfmcs today'staUnp tha ho British- railway BlrJke la hoi' r Queatlon us .or hours, but an Issue to will, of Ih people as expressed In parliament, to He declares Hut Lhc strikers' ahoul bo salted ty relurn io'- work Immc on- HT Lloyd George in a statement on Sal- urday laaL declared ivcre being "used by citremisLs sinister H was announced that 11" delegates from the transport eonrerenc'e thp 3 o'clock. r; the_ delegation visiLetl yjlic 'premier it met George'N. Barnes. minister without porlfollo; i secreb'ry pfj the labor ministry, and Sir-RobertV Htevenscn .Home, minister "b[ The confercjice was noL attciidcd tiy represontallTca Ihc The workers, who 'pprticipated) w'eie, a3 in an effort- e gulf Between, ilie! rajhray Scmatc Up And- INNING FIRST J. Collins linked lo irhl, 11 -wis R UDG drlTe thut landed dtrectly In front of Rouith. Renlher (o Kopf. 1-Jddte Collfni-' at- (elhpi6d'la Kddle Wfnpr.0 cntch. Weaver ing to plve Kffect To.Tbe treaty OTTAWA, Sent. nitnt bill effect to Uie Ion! of the peace Irefly, ai AtpU4.1l (o Canada, WM isp (or dhtrsn slon by the tlon for Hfcoird' hn (otUfbt, MO- In making 'MM Jtmei! (hat In rlew ol tat _________ .._ to'-lie el "ctlon whlch.the prlndpai utlons nigh' It to frmme Uft bill irt (hit nienl to (loir by cfutr IB i Dissolution of-Parliament Need" Not IJiec- lion PARTS. Oct. of. (tie Versailles and. St-.JJerraain .treaties will not be prevented'in Italy. Ijy the dissolution ol-lhe Italian ft is unnecessary 16 for venfDg of the new, parlianienl, it.Is'-, said in petce .clrctcaNfli, ftccprdinp to j Brtjcle of the ItaHan constilullon, treaties may.lwcome (orce royal decree wKlcb'fnay bo presented; before, the iiew parllaracdt': tor V Pr'omjet. NUtj's..official inp Victor askfnff for a parllanTetitiwaa dt ruaiid-iLc of. [he of" depuUe.i eirjired IMS. issues dnrJDK tiijai 'comliig election will' f.'. be tlio naeatton's befort) the country, Fiurao and Ibe internal.aitualton cauq- ed by the reYolnlionaRy twdencW; ot Ihe oflliial i BdblaiMa.'; Premier "-Nlttl is" expected I q're ait Ihe dlatolution' de1-' crca to be Jsaued within a in Further Startling Evidemct Quebec HoldupULibcl Threatened nuEHEC. pel. further stnr'tilng developnientji In cbn- in understanding (haulh government will -forthwith Introduce w'lih .United trala bill which has already been promised I robbery inajniuch It.is hoir known! by Premier Lloyd George establishing A rrilnltmim wage In nil Industries -ylth an 'nrbflrallon tribunal patterned a'def the Lcnilcux Act ot Cotiarta. LLOYD OEOrlGe MAYWEET TRANSPORT WOBKEM Oct., loday'slinlned his Uoyd (o meet delegates from (ho WOrkfrg) whose-'renreaenlsllrefl were In session thg 'afternoon Io'decide whelher their .mem- bers shall called national strike. r At the of Ihe first session (rf Ihe (rahipo'ri id- Journed until 5 ,11 was sn- Bouncod by Ttohert Wllllinn. gmertl the transport workers' 'or- Ifanliatkm, that the delegate! tkat Ihe itrlke (TlKsnieiien goreni. H ske wai porelr tnde letting wanes att haj f labor. presi'tial the railway tad pol" -rf thalj bealdei lho (or which George Topping, J-.T- I'roteau.and.J, v B. LsVaaseur are lolnllr held, pack-, i nge ol JeVelry maltod by (ht firm of -1 Henry Birks anrl Soni, of was also stfilert on the morilngibt hold up" of the rcall car. Anfilhtr lensationil' side IMM. af the case Is a threatened' 'action for' flb'el by-.-Peler zg- alnsl two'Qnebeo newspapers for pain llshing statemenlj .wblch they stlrlb- ofe Io Mr- end V In which (Ha. J'udn .wu'.qiMlctl ing for not liralng the to he found II.. DONALD AND LAMH COUNCIL In the fcx U< prince, as irswn nbnhtcd It pliViown M 'f, 'gitteit ;