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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta NI'SDAY, OCTOHKU 3, 1917 Tins urrnrmiDGE DAILT PAGF. THIXEE "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus HOW LETTERS WUi THERE' League Baseball May Pay World Series Men In Liberty Bonds This Year New York I'lillailclnhla .SI. Louis Cincinnati Chicago _ lloston Iteaoklyn I'ittsburc NATIONAL Lost 04 r.7 50 71 7S :s 7S 103 P.C. .CM .5SU .531 .5 in .477 AMERICAN Won. Lost. cago........100 01 lloston ;u CO Cleveland S9 C5 Detroit........ 7D 74 72 7S New York...... Gl R2 SI. Louis....... fii Philadelphia 52 S7 .578 .5 Hi .427 ,37'J Chicago. Ocl. mulls In the contest between President Coml.ikcy ol the Chicago Americans, and'the National Commission on one and ttic ticket scalpers on (he other, arc cxneeicd tomorrow when llic delivery of world series tickets to successful applicants is made. Not- ces have been sent to the fortunate ones asking them lo call al the South- side and receive their rcscrval- 11 s. Scalpcrs, loo, liave informed tltcir patrons thai tlicy will be ahle to de- liver tickets tomorrow hut their high I rent expenses. BosLon Won. Ocl. von llic first game of the fJnn) scries ivllli Hrooklyn loday fi to 2. lloston ft 0 Brooklyn 000 001 !i Hanics and Tragressor; Plotter ami Miller. Broke Even. Philadelphia. Get, Rnd New York broke even here today. Now Vork winning ttic first gatno in i 12 Innings 5 to 2 ami the home learn potting ttic second g to 1 The sec- ond gamo marked Alexander's thir- tieth .victory o[ Ihc season, Die third.'successive year lliat lie lias reached' ,lhls mark." Clcolle. Eddie Collins and fileasnn of ttic White Sox tho- conies I. Kirs I New--York l( 3 Philadelphia 72 Pen-fit and .McCarty; IMiDy and A dam 9. Second New York'.. BOO 001 001--2 7 1 Philadelphia 000 OOf, 12 4 Demaree and Rarltlen; Alexander anil Kilmer. Other, teams not scheduled. to iiurchasc Iho.se for customers. ('resident II. II. Johnson, of (lie American League, is in favor nl pay- ing in Liberty bonds ilia iiluycrs ihe world series instead of handing Diem the customary hank cheques. He said today, (hat he was opposed, lo investing Mir. National ('OMImission's sm'.c of the receipts In Liberty boiula, as I'resident August Jlerrmann of (Hy Ihe Canadian OVCTFOHB Correspondent.) Canadian Army Headquarters, Oct. Canadian fall alhlellc meet- 1ns managed by llio Y. 31. C. A. under amateur athletic association rules, held yesterday and attracted ;i front of the enemy's phell holes. Trie winners were Preston Lobb, Manf- lotia; Andrew, Johnston, artillery; Iloland Silstera, Central Oniarlo. found class, J. Price: pounds, L. Mct'l.-m-hy; 13.', pounds, II. IlKctiiii; pounds, H. McDonald; 13S pounds, Pete Taylor. One quarter mite: Gunner Logan Dlades; artillery; Gunner Varcy, ur- jlillcry; rrtvalG" Latchcm, Ilrilish Co- titnbin. Tiniu Half mile: r. II. McCulTouRli, cea- tral Ontario; J. L. Tall, annuunitlon column; Arthur Kilwurd Woods, cen- tral Ontario. Time, 1.57 4-d. Hroad jump: Lieul. I'arker, Allierla; Frank Kelltc. Saskatchewan; Milton K. MuCliu'lita. central Ontario. Dis- tance, IT. feet, G inches. lssioii, hccnuFc he hulieves llic great crow'd ol spectnlors. Among j money will be lo defray cur- prices Indicate an Inadequacy of sup-j A meeting of the National Commis- sion Is to be held here Saturday One box scat for llircc Rames nnoteil at by the ncalpcrs. The Recruits Won Out. New York, Oct. York, with a team of recruits defeated Phila- delphia here loday by a score or :i to 2. The two teams will close tho season with a double header tomor- row, Thursday's game being moved forward. Philadelphia C 1 Vork -----001 5 1 -Tolinson nnd McAroy; Brady and tucl. Divtded Them. Dos I on, Oct. and AVasli- nglon divided their double header In .ho opening games of (lie final scr- ies of this season today. Washing- Inn won thR'firs! O'to 7 nnd Dos ton Inc second. 2 to 1. First Wnshlngton 2 face value of such a reservation Is only for three sainc.s. Grandstand seats Cor Iliree games which cost JJ.50 at the box office arc quoted al by the spcculalors. The fact that no prices nre quoted by the brokers on non-reserved seats has led (lie White Sox lo liellera IbaL no effort lie made DONOVAN PICKS WHITE SOX Will 11 2 inorninR nt which details of the world scrips ivlll be disposed of. The Chicago Amerlcaiis came home this morning and this aftcrnon vill play an exhibition game -with Cleve- land as a final tuning up for (ht! worhl's series. Manager llowlaml ol the White Sox plaits to use his world series liue-up against Cleveland, working bis pitchers cautiously a feu- Innings each. over with Harper and Henry; Leonard and ilic rumicrs and junipers anil in the lacrosse, fnnlliall and baseball teams, were many o[ the best known ath- letes of the Dominion. The principal events and prize winners were as follows: One hundred yard Sydney Hrccn, Central Ontaiio; T. H. Car- jienter, British Columbia; Frank Keltic, Saskatchewan. Time 10 220 yard tiunncr Logan Dlades. artillery; Caplaln MacCallum. II. K. C.; Albert IMley, Brit- ish Columbia. Time f5. One J. B. Keener. Manitoba; A. R Woods. Central OniaTlo; C. rr' Petrofirad, Tohanoff, an ciiRineer and Intermediary between Ibc ways and communicating depart _ menl and the American railway com rrnlsslon bended by John V. Stevens, In are lining under! a ken, which, he says, will be nE enormous help when they ire concluded. Trie government has appointed Assistant Minister Oust- rougolf to cooperate with Mr. Stev- ens in his work. Storey ihe boy's man of Canada ami the man behind ihe 'tccn igc; hoys conference lo Lo held hero November, will lie in l.cthhrirlgo Saturday, Sunday and Mon-lny next. The local conference executive met In the mayor's office yesterday and arranged for all comniitlecs to meet Mr. Storey on Saturday evening sit S o'clock in tho mayor's office, when all details and flunl arrange- menls uill be perfected. Mr. Storey lo iireacli in si. Cyprlana church in the morning, In Knox at and will address a mass meeting of Iho 'teen age boys of the clly in Hnll at -1.15 on Sunday. The Gothnnr' plajnly 'shoivctl Mayer. Second Washington 100 000 UgsLon.......000 200 Avers and Hejiry- -Mays and new. [Game cailcd, No others scheduled. Ag Yankee Manager Thinks They Beanthe Giants. Illll Donovan, the manager of tho Yanks. Ihlnks Ihc White Sox will take ri- tiirtjils overboard In the world nTirt he gives some solid rca KOJLH .why he Jl BUTCH Chicngo (o win, "The Giants aro a high strung team." said Donovan. "When ihe Phillies were In New York for the thai might have settled things am tohl Ihe Ufants were worried. Tho Jlctirow team had about, a nlne- lend, and yet the I'hlHlea had them nusLcrcd. A world series InTies steel 11 or ccs, so much counts on every jiloy In EO short a scries. Tho play- era nil realize that a boot, R poor throw, n failure lo hit when the bags nrc loaded series. "The While Sox will not carry Ilia mental burden. Hddtc Collins Is an old ttmcr at Hie world -series game, nnd he will bolster up the Infield, usually the first thing lo flivver In n big1 series.1' PLAY MUCH FOOTBALL Ncu- York, Oct. a mecllng of football officlata, coaches and play- ers belli here for Ihc purpose ol Inter- preting the rules governing the game, Walter Camp, of Ynlc, who presided, sahl lliat from Iho activlly displayed by Iho men at Ihe various training cam pa lliroughoul tho country more football ivould be played Mian ever New York, Ocl. 2. New York fans are not showing Ihc enthusiasm over heir National league pennant winners Jial lins been evidenced in IMs and other clllcs at the winning of a cham- >lnnship. The tvnlh ol the matter, as demon- stralcd by the altitude of Ihr, crowds nt the Polo grounds, that lliere lias iccn Lou much of the taint of money ind IOG much unsavory McGrawtein before. It was clccidctl unanimously to may txirn the cntlro eliminate the approved ruling rcgard- ng the ball sllll being in play 'after L had crossed the side line extended This was the first lime.that any ap irovcd rule was eliminated nt any meeting other (linn a regular one ol lio rules commll'.ce. On motion of Ccach Kanford, rtutgcr, it was decided lo recommend eliminating the possibility of a player being cut down from behind. The Rutgers1 coach also made nn appca Inal the rules committee adopt Ihc "multiple which ho clalraci would be much belter than the "leelng up" of llic ball for, a place kick, allowed by the rules. COOMBS MAY MANAGE PIRATES Jacb Coombs, the veteran hurlcr of the nrooklyti National league club Is slated for ihe position of 1013 man- ager of (he Plttsburg National league club. Ills appointment In (hnl post hlnpes on whether. HIIRO Uezdclr, pre- sent pilot of Hartley Drcytuns' ngsrc Cation, accepL.i-or1 refuses Iho onico again next year. This bit of Interest Ing gossip was furnished by Rube Mar hurling Companion of Coombs says Coombs lias licen offer cri Ihi! Plralc managership, providing llciclek turns It rtoivn. n the 1917 pennanL The Llood of (lie Mew York root- ers has soured on Ihi team. In the first dotiLle-lieadcr between the Giant3 and the Phillies recently here waa a surprisingly large perctnt- that IheyVln not approro of McGraw's! mclhods of boohing rival players victory. They boohed Mugfsy when he stood in flic coaching b6x and tried lo rattle Hendcr by using ugly ges- tures and grimaces. They jeered when he continually kicked to Um- pire. Rlgler orcr lita decision on balls nhdp strikes. Fletcher stepped into a pitched ball which grazed his sleeve and tried lo gel1 in '-first base, claim- Ing ho had been hil. Uphold Umpire let lilm flim-flam yell- ed1 the crowd. "He's pulling old stuff." Fletcher didn't get his base. Ilerzog tried to pick a fight with Bancroft when Davy was out sliding Into second, Ihe Xcw Yorker claim- ing that (he runner Inert to spike him. Hcrzbg waved liis list threateningly, but .Bancroft kciit Ills head and walk- ed away. McRraw nnd his men by their Mo hcnzollern methods have hammered ige of ihe 20.000 fans present who were pulling for MorarVs men to wEn. Of course, many Phtlatlclphlans were llicir way rouglishod to another cham- pionship, but they liove achieved the (Jfstfncllon by tlie foifcifure of'much In the stands, buL they only contrih- of Hie loyalty of NIC town's baseball uled ti small part of the cheering for i supporters. the riillllca. Applaud Visitors tlvcry good play by Moron's team was wildly applauded, nnd no pitcher in recent years lias received greater applause Mian did Chief Bender when he retired Iho Gianis l through the first seven Innings of the early game. Kacli time he walked lo the bench there was a noisy demonstra- tion and even after the eighth Inning, when flcnny KanfT slopped lii Lo llic Saskatchewan, Time S. Laird, Western Ontario; Ilobcrl D. Campbell, eastern Ontario; D. II Foss, Quebec. Height o feet S inches. Tilting tbc P. Xolan, Ontario and B. Tliorne, Xew Brims- wick; R. K. Jonea nnil Kdgar Martin- dale, Central Ontario; Charles Aik man and. Jolm H- Iloberlson..Alberta. Mile Relay Race-First tcam..C. Clreen, Oliver Sale, P. P.rookcr and G. H. McCullough, Central Ontario; second team. E. Yarey and F. ilcCul- lough, Ontario, Lagan Hladcs, Ilrltish Columbia and Grant Holmes, Nova Scotia.. Time 3.3S 2-5. The lacrosse match ivas tbe first ever played In France so far as is known. The teams represented the artillery and infantry and ihe artil- lery won by [our goals to one. The line-up: Artillery Hubert Chillingford, Earl Malheson, Mike Rrcrfcrlck. Al- bert Day, Archie Macdouald, Arthur Montgomery, Duncan McPhadcn, Douglas Lavfler, Frank Fraser, Wil- liam Kerr McLean, II. Pill, P. K. Kelly, n. Carter, Jolm H. Uiillevnnt, Frank Oliver.' llutcheson Kollli, Lawrence F- lluisc, John S, McCrca, Enrl Slevcnson, STEAMER FOUNDERED An Atlantic Port, Oct. schooner Akonaki, tons, foundered the New England coast last night. The crevr ivas saved. RETURNS FROM WAR. il ovcrKnag a local battalion and was wounded In one of tlio Vlmy IRC engagements In April last, lias arrived home on nn extended furlough. Caplaln Drocklebank was badly wounded with shrapnel, and lost his Irlt eye. HR wns met at llio Rlatlon by a largo number of citiz- ens anil Mayor Chcvrier Delivered Ihe civic address of welcome. Jn tlio evening. Captain llrocklebatik was tendered a banquet by Monroe O.rangc- Lodge. NO PROTEST FROM CLEVELAND in the tug-of-Hjir a British Coluni- lila Imamry ijiiluiauu diiti remark- Chicago, Orl. 2.- Contrarj' (o. pre- vious announcement, President John- son of (he American league linn snhl Hint James C. Dunn, president of the Cleveland club, had not protested ihe ganib' which Umpire Ovrcna forfeited to Chicago. The contest, (hcrclorc, will sland as a victory for Chicago. uble display of endurance, wrested Ihc chnmploiishlp from a Highland battalion ol the same province which held whal until yesterday, was rec- ognized the best Ins of war le.im on Ihc western front. The obstacle race hail among other disconcerting. obstructions large quantities of Ihc wire encountered In Wiiiapd Battery Station We shall be glad to explain THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN OUR STORAGE BATTERIES AND THE OTHER KIND. THERE ARE MANY POINTS OF SUPERIORITY IN OUR BATTERIES THAT THE AVER- AGE LAYMAN DOES NOT UN- DERSTAND BUT WHICH ARE TO HIS INTEREST TO KNOW. IF YOUR BATTERY IS GIVING YOU TROUBLE OR YOU NEEO .A BATTERY FOR STARTING OR LIGHTING PURPOSES, COME AND SEE US. BAALIM MQTOR CO. HOME OF THE CHEVROLEX i DACK OF UNION BANK HARRY HOLMAN, HjA POLLUTION OF THE INTERNATIONAL WATERWAYS OKstv.i, Oct. pollution o[ in tcrnntlonal wnlcrwnys art! tho rcmcrt) question which haa for to ho finally considered by the International Joint commission i wlilcli IIOK.DI licrc loday, Us stml-an-1 mini mccllnc. The Canadian section I Is composed of Mcssra. C. A. H. A, I1: n. Mlgault, ami the United States section by Senator Gardiner, of Maine, lion, James A, Taivney, of >tlnncsota, HTH! cx-Gover- nor Glenn of Norlb Carolina. A Man Saw a Mitchell and he had to have il, so he Icfl us his Clievro- sell. It is easily wnrlli bnf (he man with c JIKchcll says yon can yoisr own price on And still Miry rave ahmil the High .Cost of Living. Bijou Motor Parlors THE HOU8E OF SERVICE FIFTH STREET SOUTH LETHBRIDGE, ALTA, We'll Be Glad to See You! The Lethbridge Hotel IS NOW Under New Management Entire biiililjiig (o be refurnished and redecorated throughout. Rooms to have new.beds and carpels. There arc bright new sample rooms, A brand new ;ihd a first class dining-room. Service under personal supervision of the owner The Travelling Public will Had this a pleasant, comfortable hotel European Plan up J. H. LEE, Proprietor '.V- ;