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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBIUUGE DAIT.Y THURSDAY, OCtOUKR "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus IT'S LOVELY- I'VE IN WIVvT'b THE DON'T THE TKKT CESTAJNLV Ii 6EAUTIFIJL CRCSXHT COT HIM THE. KI OH: Hi. HER A PRESENT AN' SfiUARE. ME WlCE BEEN IN JAIL io VDO'O BETTER CALL A.T.THE. LIVERY We Meet AH Tnlns. Hospital Calli. Phones: Special Rales on Couctrj Trips SPENCE BROS. Lethbrldge, The Sport Page HOW THEY'RE HATTING they're baiting up to the end of the first game: i Ciiicinnali: AH. II. r.C. Keu'.her ____....... :l .100U illauhert 4 How They Stacked up in Past Series Here's the way they stacked up In past series: The WINNING CLUBS THE LOSING CLUBS. Defeat Calgary Hustlers Twice, Making 11 Three Oul of Four Housch Team batting Wednesday's Game Badly Upsel the Dope Bui While Sox! j.' Supporters Still Receipts Break All Fans in High Replaces j J. Collins'in Lead Off Position for Chicago. CINCINNATI, Ohio, OcL hienls from Manager Mbran ql (lie Reds, and .Manager Gleason of the ,Wbite Soi, indicated that the winning of the first game had taade the home learn more confident, while it had the of making the losers even mere determined to rejiin tlic ground lost. '.Accordingly. Gleisoa announced tnat ha would piict Claude Williams, star left-hander, and -iloran said '-Slim" Eallcc.would os on mound. The winning of yeiterdaj-'s CIKCINXATI: RaLh. 2b. DaubeM, ,lo. Groh. 30.' ITouFch, c.f.' Duncan, l.f. s.E. Neale, r.f. Harlden, c. liisherg i Cicotte I Wilkinson A'Ofl .you .1000 .500 .250 .000 .om> .000 ..000 .000 Team balling .....31 5 .153 MEDICINE HAT. Oct. Hat Monarchy won Ihn senior amu-1 eur baseball championship of Aluerin j cday when they defeaicfl the Calgary Hustlers in two nine-inning games, and 9 to S. Both games were i edded in tbe final inning. The local i layers had the edge on their visit- j 115 opponents and deserved boUi vic- ories. Today's triumphs and the arr.e which the Hustlers forfeited at Canary last Saturday gave the Mon- rcbs three out of the four games and tie championship. The winning run n both games was the result of Cal--.j. ary errors- .Medicine Hat oulbalted .nij oulfielited Calgary on the day's ilay. Owing io the injurTjOf Frank Lewis .nd the absence of the Huat- ers had to shake up their line-up and Sallet, p. Weather Fine CIXCINXATI. Oct. en- thusiasts were greeted by had one noticeable feature and I skies early today and It appeared that on., the Cincinnati Tans. The railrcnj weather conditions nould not inter- i oftfces Trtre crowded all of last fere with (ha playing nf the second i by local baseball enthusiasts eager to game of the world's series between Cet accommodations to Chicago to' Chicago and Cincinnati at Redland i the threci games to be played jlield this afternoon. The local wealh-[ n15 dc'eat. raaps of those guys who Del their Black utihly oiiUiFlde.-. playmg short OT1' (he Sock3 or Lalgarj- m the second game, made I nce it was to j our errors, and h.s nislate in the it haa Deeu won by lt wonW ninth inning the second same. 9Ji_so tQ sn lbat Eddif) iflv I QTt-Fc 1 flic liar? -snrl fVVnill 1 _ there Friday. Saturday and Sunday. er forecast for He day That yesterday's game npset the j and warm, predictions of the followers of the dope T45 indicated fay the fluctuations of'the betting odds, money on I the Beds finding few takers and here I and there odds were he'ln; demanded tho.-e who still believe the Soi .will ultimately prore the victors. While Soi players promised' lhat they; wonld.ppp. that the tables were turned at todaj-'s game. While Sojc Below Form There la no gainsaying the fact that the Keds outplayed the visitors in ettry .department p[ the game yea- terday, bnl those who hare watched Cotnlskey's aggreiatloD In their pen-, ,.rant fight maintained that the team' will show their true folm before '.he cloudy! Hjg Hander Has Alibi For His Loss of Opener The CTXCl.V.VATI, Ocl. Cl- colle, lha masior pitclier of tile Amer lean JvCaguc, who was driven oui of operitng game of the world's series yesterday under B broadside of lilts', today expressed .confidence in hia ability lei come bacfe at the Jleds whcn- ercr called upon bj- Manager Rleason, Fine Game at Tnbcr Tuesdav al: Cicotte. witb nearly 30 Tlclorlss Io Postponed School Ibis credit this season, is earning Ibo Sports Js over, Mrjes will ilnioet briik all 'records relative amount monoy laken In TABEB, Ocl. 1-On iceonnt ef the junfavorahle weather on Friday lasl. Chicago fans on his should i ers and they have every confidence that he will pilch the Soi to vlclory in two aod possibly three of the remain- Ing games. The master or the "shine" and "knuckle" ball declared today (hat gain. The. finl day's receipts were ore than In excess of the fb record of the firsi day's receipts world's series games, mada wbci certainly the Taher school jports were held on! he was completely unnerved when he to let i Tuesday. A very Interesting fonturo hit Hath, the first man np In the game at tbejof the day wai the baseball match j yesterday and lost all control of the between Ijcthbridge aud Taber. It ball In the founh innlug- Kas a well-contesteil Bame. The al Supporters of the Sox hellere lha ventage the Lelbhridse team bad In j Manager Glcason will send Clcolle In slie was more Jhan equalled the I Io oppose the Hcds In the game ache _, n-_. JQ cnicago jor priday or gatur day. Newspapermen covering the .world's Philadelphia AUlstics plnred at vim an energy the Taber hoys put Into New York In 1911. At thai time the jame. Tie Lelhbridge boys were X" T" at while Dp a, follows: SanE Morrison. yertpriiy J98.M? was the (rross re- Green, Ridpath. Datoe, llutton. Leech, series vrlli for Pblcago lonlBh tnnii, and Uil3 did not Include Ihe war iic.vrt, Keller. Opposed to these were or. a special train at 11.30pm Two -l" tollecled. lUsrricK. B. J. t'ranlien. H.r-1 CuransporlinE editors will be In the Jirso far the crowd Is concerned, Tollon. 0. Vranken. Winslow, j pnrty. They arc paTIIcutarly Interest Ilia i '.dolpho Lurjuc, Ihe Cuban pilch' er vllh the Heds. Tickets (or Hie second jiamc ot (tie series set for today were in even greater demand Ihan yesterday when he business managers can not rfgure I .Malo and C. Hodses. iray irbers Ihe allendance of TurHinaYirno handled (h'e game leriiy exceeded today for in an exceedingly creditable manner. 6Terr seat and evfrr available j Allhough excllenient became intense where a man.ffln stand was Eold. account of the closnconteal. lha verj ever, they do expect i crowd ot u-sl o[ teelinss prsvalleS among Ihe j tho bo> wlh a face V hilayert, and when at Ihe close of tbe I st high as {in nfnth Innings Ulo ,spore slooi G in S In fator of Talier. Ixlhtirldge thesred I them In the echo. This' comiOljnenl :-was returr.ed by Ihe Taber boys. A prlte of filleen dollars was the Taber boys while len dollirs went to the r.ethbridge club. Year. G. R. llosfoii Americans S a? York Nationals 1 1T..- Americans 4 2'.' Chicago 19 Nationals t Nationals ..1 34 Philadelphia Arner. ..4 33 Amer. ..4 27 Americans 4 2S Amer. .-4 Nationals ___4 IE Americans 4 12 Americans 4 Americans ..4 L'l Americans 4 9 tic Piltsburs XalioiKlIs ;i Americans I Nationals 2 IS Americans 0 Ii Detroit Americans 1 lu Detroit Americans 3 2S Cutcago Nationals 1 Io New York Nationals..... 2 13 York Xatlonals "1 Xew York Nationals 1 15 Philadelphia Americans ..0 ft FhilaUelplii.i .Nationals 1 lu llrooktyn .Nationals 1 13 New Yoi-k Nationals L' IT Chicago Nationals 1U Boulton's Auto Livery MAKE TRAIN CALLS Office Phone.......____ 1235 Night Phones 1336 and 1U3E RETREADING DONE BY EXPERTS Git your Next Retmif By Us. SECTIONAL AND BROKEN BEADS OUR SPECIALTY We are specialists ia Vulcan- izing WaJcrs. Lithbridgc Vulcanizing Works 712 Third Avenue Sauth PHONE 1664 SUMMARY. Series Won. Series Lost. Games "VVon. Games Lost. Huns. American League 10 5 46 3S 292 National League ___ 5 111 3S 4G 2761 Tolal series 15; lotal Rimes St, including tic games; total runr, 56S v o PUTTING THE "OPE" IN DOPE (Dy 3. S.K.) We noc now why Ihcy calls this here baseball clastk Ibe "world ser- If you could have seed this Stiff? Lewis, Hustlers, and Medicine Hal, pitched the first game. alright 'tern pay draperies must been al ,he' Hustlers. Lewis, .urn p !oarth, who, despite so Injured tad been playing behind the bat. Frank stlers. He gave way to Dodger got n the Hustlers' catcher, who )n rjne cincee n TE way 10 Frank Lewis In luc EsiTe5 ,0 pitched a game from tho 'ourlh O'Neill, pitched the first game 'or Lhc Hatters, rcllcrnd hut ttitj should have pay an admission. Chicago run Tor their money. pretty near run tlicy Lh. We are the best doper you ever sair. "We had it all doped out long ago lhat the fourth ionin the the Hustlers, who threatened to make a runaway of the second game. Chi didn't tvin Cincee would champeeiis. It's old stuff now but (its jusl as our old friend Hing Lardacr Cincee ain't lost, no serious1' ah! (here's the hts danged serious isn't overo'ct. CEcolte may bare had A model farm colony for war vet- Tans is planned for cold, his'- narao sounds like a coiigli or sneeze sn teen vour lin in vour and, don't conimil yourself till after the Slh game, tlien a real good Alibi Ike, can pull off (lie usual old 'tough Four ourseli we has hatl a pre-emp- tion (not a 'You see us it's iliis way, we always hcen against '.rhile socks liicy gel diriy so quick, and we has hail this Flu for flic days past and every litno ivc jicd our intake vMvc we saw Ked. So when you get cold facts, piled ui> j like that why crcn us n-outd bet a UUlc Jack, oil the Hulls on Anyhow it looks like Cincee had the game and eight Mr. H- A. McKillon will act as my boi- ling commissioner as is a guy. Ilole-in-one and 'then goes into a Herald Staff pool and wins in a walk Ironi the Templo ot Knowledge mob. We ain't 'going to loot no Iiorn.'wc are going Io be llhc Ibe'colored gentle- man who fed ht didn't nccrt no horn on his ctr. He had a sign right out in Iront which Ecd "Dodge Brothers." Character ivlial TIC build into every tire lhat ivc retread or repair. nualiiv anO daraLillly arc tlia objects ot our highest GQ- dcavuv. The irjr.uti' of valut- .giving is our clilet coacern. We apprccialc ti man aa murti aj we do bis business. Our shop is MILLS MCDONALD KAYOES ARNOLD HALIFAX, N. Oct. boi- uout in this city last night wts won by noddy McDonald, of Glace Bay, who knnrkea overalls and looks wise Snyjadian overseas heavyweight 'sure, I nocd after every game ion, in the ninth round. Arnnlil, Ci, champ- CHICAGO: LJebcId, r.f. E. Collins, 2b, .Weaver, 3b. Jackson, I.I. Felech, c.f, Oandil, 1b. HIe4wrg. a.s. ScbaHr, c., p. Batting Order WELDING .Car Repairing AGENTS.FOR GRAY DORT CARS RUMELY ENGINES TJR Lawford Welding ini Ave, off, Lelhbrldge Hole! flttm MM PACinc COAST LEAGUE First game-. R. Angelen 3 Vernon (11 Innings.) Los Angeles f round of a ten Von DETROIT. Mich., Ocl TJnnny liBhlTeight acornil a virtual knockout over Charlie Mct- ot AtHwauJioe, in (fin seventh nd bout here last v- i No others night, .Vewjfpapermen wld Leonard i won in rvery round. In the sevenlli IPETE STANOfllOGE TO MANAGE THE EDMONTON ESKIMOS NEXT SEASON EDMONTON. Alia.. Ktpl. Slanclrldse. who played with Calgary (n opponent took the count nl nine a moment later was floored ajfafn. The referee had [wo when ot- Hcials Rtoppcd (he boul. White, t'hiraqo, knockerl out Don Curlty. In. Ihe of their front leatltng pitcher j newspapermen declarer! the 10-rounr] In tbe Western Canadsi Icanie, ha? oeen-Blgncd ai playing manager of tie Bdmonloh professional ball team for 1520, Htandridgf; was sold Iiy Cal- gary to tlic Chicago CiibA ;jn1 pitched with thctr> for two years, afterwards j EOing to Ihe Coast league. Xcgolla lloflB haie progress by licacor for 90me time to secure rila and" deal wag closed to- bout helween Hroivn, Chicago. anrl Ccorgc Xeivcaaile, a draw. MILLEH GOES TO PHILLIES KT, UJI'IH. Mo.. JacV Miller, captain and ns.'lsl- ant manager of'the SI. LouiJ ('ardlnals, has Ijeen sold -Io the I'hilaJclphia Nationals, it announced here. SCOTCH TWEEDS From the Land of the Heather we say that these are genuine Scotch Tweeds-imported by Fit-Reform directly from Scotland we said all that can be said about "the Sturdiest many men mosl likable Suits and Overcoats that can be made And these new Tweeds have gained added charm from being shajx-cl into Suits and Overcoats by the, master hands of the Fit-Reform tailors. If you have a preference for Tweeds, either in Suits or Overcoats, let us show you the novelties we :have imported in genuine Scotch Tweeds. McKKLVIE. EVEREADY SERVICE STATION ALL MAKES OF BATTEHIE3 CHARGED AND REPAIRED All Work Guirantnd A Written Guiranleo for a Year and a Halt with NBTT Bat- teries. J- P. THOMPSON Phone 1556 718 ?rd Ave. 5. HAVE YOUR RADIATOR RE-CORED IjttorB ino uuah, bj ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 Fifth St.' S. L. ROOSA TRANSFER Furniture and Baggage of All Kinds. We Wood, C.O.D. Baggafte Diy Night to all parti of (he Office, 922 2nd Ave. Phone AUTOMOBILE OWNERS Get your celluloid lights In and curtains repaired before Ibo cold weather. THE LETH- BRIDCE AUTO TOP DEPOT- 6th Street I Next to Herald Office G. T. BLUNT, The Mechanical Garage Used cars bought and sold. General Repairing Corner 4th Avenue and 3rd Cflsy Roller Rink. Phone 1190 H, Service Station Station for the famoils Jlastittoa. All malica of maKnclos, generators, colh rc- p.ilrctl. Hull plock of repair p.-uls car- ried. All 'work-Bitaranfcctl. MAONETS RECHAROtO The Roy Electric Co. 618 4th Avenue South PHONE 7M ;