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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT i HERALD SATURDAY, OCTODEH 2, S920 PHOTOPLAY Records for Attendance Cannot be Broken Now Capacity of Arenas Same As World Series Crowd Was in 1916 NEW YORK Oct. ing the general increase in baseball throughout the country it is unlikely that In the coming series lo the orld's championship that new- cord's will be made in attendants r a-single game or for he reason fo? '.bis is that the capa- ty of the parks where the games arc "be played Is insufficient to erase 'rom the record the top Igu'res that have beeri esuiblis: errious years. The largest crowd thtvt ever witness; 4 a single game in a world's series as which was the announced ilie llklihood -f a new record for tho series when' paired with the compar- .vely small capacity o! Kbbets Fieid. Tho seating capacity of the park at Cleveland Is approximately 20.T05. that of tho Chicago White Sox U in the neighborhood of Tho largest number .thai has attended u world's series same at the grounds of the Willie Sox was the offi cia'l 'attendance at the fifth game ol the series between the While Sox and Cincinnati last year. Thus it Is apparent that it wi.l ne impossible for auy'of the where CAND STORE CLOSES WHEN RUTH ARRIVES CLEVELAND, Oct- There Is a little candy store on Lexington avejiue, Just opposite the ptuk, the proprietor of which is a believer of the "safety first" motto. Every time the Now York Americans come to town the proprietor of the store puts up heavy screens in frout of his "Babe" Ruth has broken three windows and one wiadoiv frame. When the .New York series ends down come the screens. rlbbou event of baseball being decided In a five out of nine series, tie condi- tions established, last will bo 'of the Xa -EtbstB .Field, the homo grounds of game since 1303 of 21... for the American league pen- The'attendance figures by series ranrs'how'no possibilities for-new at- .stace 1903 (no series having endance figures for a single game-, or ployed in '1903 Pittsburgh, (N.- vs. Boston. (A. L.) 1903 New' York; (N. M.fva. Philadelphia, (A. 19CB Chicago, (N. vs. Chicago (A. L.1 Cbipago, (N. vs. Detroit, A. L. Will Engage Counsel to Figh Period Extended CHICAGO, Oct. order er tending the period ol the Septembe grand Jury indefinitely lo permit con linuatlon o! its Investigation of th baseball scandal was Issued today b Charles Ik-Donald. The gran jurors will meet again Tues-Jay t bear testimony of John McQraw, Fre Tor.ey and Benny Kauff In connection :Y NATIONAL irooMyn........'... ew York........... 6 1 Grimes aad Miller; Barnes awr aston. First game: 'hlladelphla......L. 271 Boston............ S 13 3 EnzniaoD, Wheat; Mc- Quillan and O'Neill. Second gtine: 1 8 .1 Boston 284 Hubbell and TrMressor; Scott md O'Neill. game: Jincinnstl 13 'ittsburs Fisher and Cooper, Qlas- ner and Schmidt. Second game: Cincinnati...... 7 PillBburg 3 No batteries given. tkroufh a rigid condemnation pt those- vroo hate not followed Its precepts. Miu Talmadge. playtag the part o( Sanderson, goes to' the wife to get her to join In an effort to cave her husband from a lite o( dissipa- tion, (nga'a appeal to her sense o( righteousness brings the retort from he wife that "'le wants to spend the ereafter with her friends. TbU la one of the many dramatic Huatlons .which go to make up the lory unfolded !n "The Woman which will be the attraction t the Empreta theatre, beginning Monday uext. serial Jack." Colonial Concert Orchestra of elx la 'v'rchcstral Eelections. 18 S 14 AMERICAN LEAGUE Hrt game: Washington......... 7 11 I Philadelphia...... 5 7 1 Courtney and Gharrlty; Staspey, Moore and Wlngo. St. Louis 12 '.'.I 1 1 i Kerr and Schalk; Baynes and Walk GOLF MEETING 'NEEDED Without uneatlon golf in has not boomed during the season now closing, as anticipated by tlie support ers of the this city. In every other city In Canada, i has, if reports to be credited, bee: Native Dance In Griffith Picture TONIGHT AT THE EMPRESS ATTRACTIVE VAUDEVILLE AND 8ESSUEHAYAKAWA AT COLONIAL MONDAY-TUESDAY No flner show has ever been offer- ed at the popular Colonial .Theatre han the bill which will be offered on. Monday and Tuesday. The Hippoaromo Vauderillo show be topped by Iho Klvo Cranes lu a spectacular singing and musical act. This is "tb.9 .biggest act that has yet jeen seen ori the Hippodrome Circuit and should create a furore here. Madge LU.eas, premiere daneeuse, will be seeu In: an elaborate torpslqh- orean speciaitj act. Dancing one's way Into the heart of a man is an ordinary experience for graceful woman, if fiction writers ara to he believed, but Marr, the ward of Old Thomas, .a fisherman widely known In. South, Sea Is Jr.nijs, danced her way to the know ledge i of which, one, of two1 young men's hearts, she wanted to occupy. This dance lo one of the most faecl nitlng scenes'from the latest photo drama production of 0. W. Griffith entitled "The Idol which ill be the attraction at the Empress theatre for the last times tonight. KIrV and :l offer their own orlglnar comedy sketch eiitlllp'1 "The Woman ail act which for sheer unadulterated fun has no equal. Morris and Adeline will be seen (and heard) In one tit tho snappiest and happiest sluglng and dancing acts at the year. Added to tho fine vaudeville altrar-> lions will bo a wonderful program beaded by Sessue tjayakowa In liii greatest ,dramatic '.Bensatlou Devil's Claim." :This is describ- ed by critics as .''a dramatic thunder- for it Is without rjuesllon Haya- kawa's most wonderful work.- Other, good photoplay features aud i no..Colonial Concert Orchestra will round 'out .the Phow. GREAT WEEK END SHOW AT COLONIAL LAST TIME TONIGHT with'allegations that Hal Chase, just the reverse. Practically every clu ilagee and Heinle Zimmerman were has had a large iricreaw playing dropped froni the game las', year be- cause of gambling. "Happy" Felseh, who was reported membership. Many hare found money, easily available, for very con- siderable improvements to the counts On the splendid week end show which, will he offered at the Colonial tor the list times tonight (Saturday) will be seen the following attractions: ''.-Harry Carey in "Human one oi the -finest productions Carey has erer been seen in, Montgomery and Rock In "Throbs and a riotous Vitpgraph comedy. "Jack Dempaey in the sensational bv a local newspaper last week as and their club houses. Many new clubs having made a statement that he re-: have got under way this year and hate J5.000 to holy lose the series, acbteved wonders.'Golf never was as- loday denied the charge and "said that, popular.. Nor haa'more spaca.been 7S.OS8 1 he would Join "Buck" and given, to It as a universal sport Unn 1908 Chicago, (N. vs. Detroit, (A. L.) ISM Pittsburgh, vs. Detroit, (A L.) 1910 Chicago, (N. vs. Philadelphia {A. York; (K. vs. Philadelphia, (A, L.) J912 New -York, (N. vs. Boston, (A. b.) New York, (N. vs. Philadelphia, (A. b.) 19H Boston, (N. vs. Philadelphia, ('A. U) 1915 Philadelphia, (A. vs. Boston, (A. 1916 Brooklyn, (N. vs. Boston, (A. U) 1917 New York, (N. Chicago, (A. b.) ISIS Chicago, (N. vs. Boston, (A- L.) 1919 Cincinnati, (NT. vs. (A. 145.203 179.851 rolo92 K-3351 102.569 Charlie Tlisberg In employing counsel to fight the case. Not played under National" Commislon BROOEYN MANAGER IN THE Gi NEW YORK, Oct. tert Koblnson, who for the second time In flvo, years has led the Brooklyn rintionai k-ague dab's player5 cessfully as pennant winners to be contestants tor tho world series cham-, pionship struggle, was horn at Hud- son, JIass, 56 years ago. For years Robinson has been Identified with the national game. Away back] in 1884 he was catcher for Ibe Haver-1 ill, Massachusetts team 'for '.rhlch at -that time John klnley Tener was one of the club's pitching staff. During 18S4 and tho following season Tener 'and Robinson proved to be a very ef- fective battery. Slany years later Pitcher Tener 'was elected governor of Pennsylvania and afterwards be- came the chief executive of the Na- tional BacehrJl League. In 1886 -Robinson Joined the Phila- delphia Athletics of Ihn American As- jsoclatlori arid In his first major league "gamo as scored the only, run made by his team, which was beaten, to 1, by tho New York Metropolitans. Hobinson's fame as a catcher and as well as a fast basernnncr NEW Attell, former featherweight boxing cham- name has, been connected with rumors that the 1919 world's ser- ies was "fixed" by a syndicate of gamblers, will bo forcibly brought to Ihe office .of District Attorney Swann this year. Last season, in this city, saw orer 100 paid members actively Identified with tha local club. This year there are; less than 60 fully paid their dues. Several.reasons can be found-that would help to explain the present stag- nation of the gams in Lethbrtdge. Those coming first to mind are, late start, unusual 'growth of grass dur- ing the summer. Extremely, hot arid i windy weather dirlng June, July and! Augnst. Poor condition of coarse generally. Another that pres- ent conrse'is there Is too great a monotony of Klmilir holes as the 1st, 2nd, 3rd The competitions have been a ftitle. Members bare given but little support to make the game go. The commit- tee as a have done their best but Sunday Evening P.M. ORCHESTRAL CONCERT Augmented Colonial Concert Orchestra of New York for questioning, if there ban no headway bein'Bia can be found by detsctlves who are ]a plain words son remained in Baltimore and played for several seasons with the Inlerna lional League club there. In the development of pitchers Hob- j inson singularly successful ssd] for several seasons he assisted his oid friend McGraw In this department, 'le made several Irlps to the spring train- Ing camps of the Giants after he ceaeed to be an active player. As a pitcher's coach with Ihe New York Nationals he brought out Riibe Mar- niliiril. whni rnnfrjhnlpfl his to the winning of three successive pen- nants In 1011 and '12 and '13. began his management of tho Brooklyn team In 19H and two years later made them champions of their league. He persuaded President Ebbots to secure the services of Mar- iiuard and Marnaux when these pitch- ers were on their way to the minor leagues and they are still with him now that he has landed his club for ihe second time as a. big factor in the world's series, Nover'a martinet with his men Rob inson seems to have an Innate power of controlling" his players, dlsplayini sort of fathorly interest In them am searching for him. District Attorney Swann in announc- ing this said he intended to prosecute cd through "any _ scheme connected with last'.year's There is a special law under which hn declared, 'and any persons here who profit- ;h gambling PilllUr as well 113 1 taai u burl Ul IfllliJllJ' jpi is closely, allied with Baltimore where by establishing a bond of confidence .he spent many years of his. baseball 'career. Back in the 90's with Mcdraw, Jennings, Kceler, Kelley and others. 'Hoblnson established an enviable rep- .'ntatlon fls a great player when Ned Jfrinlon's famous Orioles won the championship threo years In succes- on. After i became manager of the New York Giants In 1902 Itoliln- and camraderie with them gels tin best that Is in every member ol hi: team either on or oft' the playing field EASTERN FOOTBALL At Toronto: Half (To 11;, 0. At Ottawa: (full 4 Hamilton Tigers, 2. POST TOASTIES you at once understand why the package bears the Superior Corn Flakes Some who like corn flakes have never had the best because they haven't known POST TOASTIES are superior corn flakes. Best Corn Flakes Sold Jdition, he thought the crime would orao under the grand larceny sta- ute. Sinister gambling'after the game hail been fixed" would constitute grand larceny by trick and e said. No course is more ideally located for quick accessibility, and nowhere In he -world could golf be played for little cash outlay. The real -boosters find out wtiat' HorE6't: is the matter wittv the "Sick fT: cpninieiiclng this i fall, some real life cannot be injected VON'T PRODUCE ATTELL UNLESS CHARGE MADE NEW YOHK, Oct. Mc- lee, a partner, of William J. Fallon, :ounscl for Attell, said today that Mr. had Informed the district at- orncy's office, that he will not pro- his client unless there is a charge placed agalnat him. If he (At- ell) is Indicted, he will meet the In- dictment in Nfew York or Chicago Mr. McOee said his partner had ho district attorney, adding that At .ell Is not going to volunteer any If his counsel can prevent inti the game so thit next spring real j pep' arid backing wlllnot put beth- brldge en the golf.'nUp ta big typo. Vr'bat is wanted a well-attended. general meeting fto a full discussion' of the "Kicks" but with the KicXs sup- plemented by some real constructive I criticism. i If members thlnlc along this: and have some definite sugges- Ions to for the good of golf ini bethbridee it would be a big .help. j It Is the intention, to call a general meeting 'within the next ten o get an active com- mittee empoweredj to start work for next year. _ POSTPONED AGAIN CLEVELAND, Oct. 10-round bout between cbaniplori welt- erweight anil Heriiiy iham- plon lightweight, was Indefinitely post- poned late today because of cold wealher. N.Y. Wife Prefers PICK UP SOME OF WINNIPEG'S HOCKEY STARS WINNIPEG, Oct. hock ciubi have grabbed off three mor hockey stars when thrco of them lof last nii-'ht to Jotn.iihi) Calgary anil Saa katoon clubs. Jocko Anderson of tb Kcltlrk club will play at Calgary whit Hobby licnson and Kllm Hnlderson starring Norma Talmndge, as (tie cliiimpion Talcons will, perform nt to whether religion has loat Its grip Bnskatoon. Thesa players are lo hnvfl rnrolrnil offers oven more nt- tractive than that offered hy the rat- ricks of Ihe coast league. Mlko Coort- man, Ihe champion skater and mcra- of the Falcons, (3 nlso.considering u'l'Brs from llio Patricks and tho Sas- satoon club. An Interesting cj'JeBlIc-n Is rAised by sin unfaithful wffo in "The Woman The Auctioneer Phone; Auction Rooms Residence 409. JONE3 LEADS BARNES ATLANTA, Oct.. Tonos, Atlanta, nmateur and southern golf chnmplon, lock the lend from .'lim Ilarncs at the end of tho first nino holes of today's. play, in the southern open pull championship. Jones innrle the firat half of the morning round In 36 compared lo 3ft for Harncs. Tlieir totals for the -15 holes played stood: Jones. 1S2; Darnes, 195. ATLANTA, On., Oct. 2.- Colifcy Jnnca mid Jim Harncs were all square today .it tlio end of the third round of llio Boiilhcrn golf championship wilh 231. Douglas Ktlgar, Canadian champion, vllli Clarence Hackney were tied lor oiU iiusltlcin wltlf 234. It Is. a National Duty that all should SAVE! how much you can afford to put by every pay day. Having determined the amount you can save, roolve that that amount thai I taken from pay and deposited. AN ACCOUNT NEXT PAY DAY IN TfBOYAL BANK OF CANADA LEtTfSRIpGfe E. MACK AY, Manager alto at Magrlth, Cafdston and Taber. Last Times Tonljht (Sat.) HARREY CAREY In "HUMAN JACK DEMPSEY In and AND THRILLS" cbrjjedy. MONDAY AND TUESDAY HIPPODROME Circuit VAUDEVILLE ALL STAR FEATURE SHOW SPECIAL HEADLINE ACT FIVE elaborate singing and Instrumental act. and best The season's biggest MADGE LUCAS Premiere Danseuso MORRIS ADELINE European Comedy Novelty KIRK AND WILSON In ttia 1920 sketch, "THE WOMAN, HAtER" Eitra feature photoplay SESSUE HAYAKAWA in the dramatic thunderbolt I'THE DEVIL'S CLAIM" The master artist of the. screen in .a spectacular drama tof Bohemia which is proven into 'a fantastic narrattvQ of Eayp- tiau superstition and intrigue. COMEDY SCREEN MAGAZINE CONCERT ORCHESTRA .Same popular 60 cents; cliildren 2Rc. Three shows 2.30, 7 and 8. EVERYBODY SMILES When They tee how much monoy I set for their Furniture. Only last client re- ceived aixty more than nil highest offer before consult- ing me. It will pay you to talk to mt before you Phone me and I will call arid explain my sys- ttm of doing butlr.en. FRANK WAD 1GTON If 770; PICTURES :ALMADGE s.s Sondersoxv-'Th.e Model, GIVES" by Johnsorv Down In the Strett of n Thousand Sorrows she met with an cxpirlcrco low llvlna vwmen have underabne. Tho.dramatic Intensity of those momenU will long In your memory. ;