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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THK DAILY I1KP.AU) FRIDAY, OCTOlYrcn 3, 1910 BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManug ort LILY10 EUR OR FISHER IN Trom the box in the fourth iDiilns of Red Legs Invade Sox Terrtlory With" Two Game Lead and All Eyes Now Centre on Kid Gleason, Who Musi Pull Something Off If He is Not to Be Snowed Red Roolers Accompany Team. I jihe f'rst gamp, and I'rban Fiber, hero ol the 1917 arc considered the1 foremost, KaLer, how- ever, has pitched only indifferent ball 'ihfs season. Kerr is facing his first world's scries mid das iust finished jhia Ilrtl Ing league season. The tact that he is a fouthpair, Jioivever, may bring him the assignment, because of the manner in which "Lofty" Wil- liams yoaierday hMil down the Reds'J despite the loss of the same.. For the RedF. Manager Moran un-j donbtediy will pick "Hod" Kller (Ray Fisiicr. hcf.h righc. bacdcrs act! ilioth stars oi the Heds1 pennant cum- Ipsign. I In ivhat iilile bPtiing was reported j today in the series the Reds were S 1 to 5 favurites. On today's game there [were some bets at feTen money, but In most the Sox followers demanded odds. Tha probable" line-up and baiting order for today's game folloivs: Chicago: J, Collins or Lieliold, r.f. K. Collins, 2b. "Weaver. All Records Being Players Will Cut a Juicy Melon CHICAGO, Oct. few tiftht clouds were visible this morning, but according to the wealher forecast there win no rain un- til night, giving promis; that the {hind gams of the worltfi ierles "would not be Tnlerfered with by The "partly cloudy and some whs er, followed by showers ait itiotJt." Xalional leaguers, the .followers o[ Comiskey's team were confident that today's coolest would be the begin- ning "Tripaing slrc-flk Tor their Iaforite.5. began gathering ai Ihe Areeball purt last night wait- ing in line to purchase the gene'ral ad- -tlctcls placed on sale 9' o'clock'this morning. The tlrst Tan appeared "-at, the', park at S.SO'.vesler- day .afternoon .and- shorllr afterward CHICAGO. Oct. a two- By raidnighl more Kama lead, the Cincinnair-Reas-today 'nan and nil night the invaded the home territory .'of ihc- ticket increased In numbers. Chicago TVhlle EOT for the third con- Special, delate of -pslsee car- .Murt! credit Is due lo .Mr. D J Schor- >lr- I-a''v- ot Ilul11- i5 Coal- lield and lits hsnl-worklnE staff (Into looking for a location, leathers. Thcr tho task ol rot! Tlle Aid met yesterday and only projiarlns their own pupils -for imcio nrransemcnts _ ._., ol '1 ol Vantage M for the tfard Eamc. t j HOW THEY'RE BATTING How they're batting up to the end series centred lot ibe second game: largely given the CINCINNATI: A.ti: Ti. 'P.O. asEignmenl by Manager Glea- j Reuther son pi the Although Manager j 7 CHea'son artDounced last nigbt in Cin-LVeale 4 select I Duncan r> Diet Ktirr.lbfe sensational young lefL-j Rath bander, there WBS a general feeling t Grab t irould called ,'Wingo on al such a critical ,Lime and lhal Housch lhat l Gleasoa would switch to one of hia relerana betofc game tlrrie. Ctcolte. leading hurler of tha lost two straight'games to the' American' Vuo wag pounded The PAL IF you were to hive a hat made to your order, you could not well se- cure one with more distinction, style and individuality than the Stetson hat for men to whom Quality is more important than price. CTETSON U HATS iJOHN B, STETSON COMPANY 1 PHILADELPHIA, U.S.A. Koct................ Team baiting...... M CHICAGO: liandil............... S j.T. Collins S IB. T I Weaver............. .S Wilkinson Williams Team II. I 1 1.000 .167 .2OT .133 .300 .H2 .333 .SCO .375 .ono .157 .253 .000 .000 fil 16 .200 PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE Sacramento Seattle Angeles Vcrnon It. 'Western league, breaking tailing that names. Vt'llnoH'a remarkable record of gather- ing at least one h-it in each of slily- Inlne successiTC'-.conlesls uiay never i IJQ equalled. this new mark jWilhoit shattered, (hf record formerly ;hcld by jack Ness of lhc Pacific Coast 1 loagUQ, who lift safely in forty-five j consecutive games in 1915. .Wilhoit j compiled a hitting average of more; than .500 Trtille on Ibis walloping spree. The Boston.lied Sox have purchased Ihis ami Wllholl will report to Sox about September 15. Willie Kceler, that great HUlo hllttr n-flh the old Orioles, Brooklyn and Yankees, .placed there where thf-y ain't1' in forty-four straight games back In 1SD7, "while with Iho Baltimore Natiooal. league club. V Cobb came along 'In 1911 and ran out a string of forty consecutive games. Ty hammered out eighty base hits, too. Speaking of consecutive liillin? there Is nothing lo enual Balic lluth's performance this spring In an exhibi- tion game agalnat Ualtimorc. Tlio mighty shlggcr of lhc Red Sox drovn out Bi-t liomc runs over the fence In succession. Quito a day, men! "Big K'l" Delchanly made nine hits nine limes al hat In a double-header on July 13, 1557. WHhert now manfiger of Iho Hrooklyn club, holds tbc hlghcsl htlling rccorrl for .a single game. When liohby a slender'youth with, thul HAllimoro club lie up seven limfjs and cracfccd out seven hltn, one of them a Iwo-baFgcr. This happen- ed on 10, 1832. a few playcra have made Eli hits in six times at hal In one game fjeorxc, now with I'jltsburjj but then uith IHo Brooklyn club, coriiTillFhcil IhlB fcal Aug. 0, 151S. Hobby arid ljelehanl> made four home runs o'nrl n one game. Lowe made two borne runs In one Inning. Halter up! the buL.also of getting the school buildings equipped with liie ecessary tables, etc. They ed hard but must feet fully repaid for heir work in the success thai attend- I the fair. Of course v.-e rio nol need to mention r. A_ Mitchell and the enthusiasm iat he brought to the (ask ol lire- aration and execution Jn llio matter t the school fair. IE any flattering hings' can be said aooul the Echool nd its success, thore" compliments eflect directly upon Jfr. (he hairman of the scnooi ooard. lie might almost be regarded as part of he educational system of .CoaJdjJe. Through good and evil report he has teadily promoted belter education, .nd is now rewarded by the success if our really good consolidated school. We were really glod to" see Moclcan chool get .the first placo for school hariis. There 13 Bo greater need in ho average- rural-school ilian Iho dc- o[ the ainglng inlenl ot (he juplls. Mrs. Cameron has certainly .olvcd lhat problem at Maclean. How- :Tcr. It may be lhat Jlsclean had only M pupils In the chorus, whereas had lad, of ivll ogta from to 17, ao lhat technical perfection was Impossible such a large and group. We liked to hear lhal Jnc old sons, "Ve Mnriner.s of aitd.1' NTo more lilting song couM lave been chosen, for if It had not bcoii for them wo should now bo com- pelled to "Uculchland Ubor Mr. T. II. Dunham has been on Iho efck list for a few days 1ml is now able .o be around again. We'arc glad lo be nhlc to report Hint Mr.'All. Haley is vory much Improv- ed anil I.H now able IP dispcbse with ils crutch. O. I. Harrlton has undergone i ecrloua operation In Kocncntcr, Minn., but Is progressing very favor ably. Mr. anil .Mrs. 3..1. Loftier aro airay on a visit lo friends In Montana. The Iliiri) tutting ot alfalfa Is noiv add another Salt Oakland (Only threo gomca played.) ABE MITCHELL WON LONDON', Ocl. Mitchell hfat Oeorge Duncan in lhc Jinal for the EW6, Xrits of lhc World's gold by one hole. AVIATORS BURNED TO DEATH IN CRASH LORRAINE. Ohio, Oct. Clarence Brown, of Ahron, Ohio, anrt An- thony Schuelkr, 20. ol this city, were burned to dea'h In lhc wrecking of an airplane wbirh ffll feel lasl at Iho Ohio aviation flying field, three miles cast oMit-re. Th'j bcdits irere biirne'l hoyond recog- nition. 4. .j tf .-j t- MILLER MUGGINS TO MANAGE YANKS AGAIN NEW YORK, Mil- Icr lluggins, manaRor of Ihe New York AmG7jr.ii: league club, has signed B contract lo f.1 manage the team year, it was announced here today. HEROES OF FORMER BIQ SERIES GAMES rollowlng Is a list of Iho heroes o f former world'-5 scrJes: Dlntcn, pitcher, Iloslon A. series played. Mathcwson, pitcher .New York X. L. Kobe, third base, Cbl cago A. IS07- Harry Slclnleldl, Ibin] base Chicago N. L. f.'linncc, firsl base Arlams, pltcner, I- bur- .Nf. .IncX Coombs, pitcher, 1'liila ilclphla A. Frank n.ikor, base, rliil ttrMpnl.T A. IfcrzOB, Ihlnl base. York N'. 3 Milio Colins. second bare I'hlladolnliia A. Ctnvdy, Hoston X. I. i outfielder, tlos ton -A. It. Hooper, outllclder, lie! ton A. Kancr, pitcher. Chlcagn Whlttinsan. oulficWcr noston A. 1 Iteds, so far. QUltti genera] and annual on Nov. 7. also agreed o' undertake n canrpaigu in the Inter- ests of church periodicals in the near 'iilure. Claude Shrumm cihibltcd n pea dno nt lhc school fair lhat measured fi II. C in. We have lots of praciieal republi- cans wbo are practical royaliels today, in Ihcir anxiety to set, hear and if possible, speak witb. the Prince or Wales. They'll find him every inch man. It Is cot true Uint bllnllthlc pave- hus been put down on the main street of Coaldalc, U. S. RETALIATES OMSK, Kept. Fiefs) Graves, commander ot Ihe American forces in Siberia, in retali- ation for alleged arltcles puUshcd in Vladlvoslok newspaper and hostile acts ol Cossack chiefs Jn the Ker h'ast, has held up a shipment of L4.CQD rifles which recently arrived al Vladivoslok Iron) America, consigned lo Ihe' All- Ruasian governmcnl at Omsk. WELDING Car Repairing AGENTS FOR GRAY.DORTCARS RUMELY ENGINES Itie lawtord Welding COMPANY 2nd Ave., opp, Lethbridgc Kolel IN 1O60 -.THE LATE KING EDWARD 3ZH PRINCB OF WALK VISITED CANADA" Of VISITS CANADA IN THErVAS NOW CANADA5 POPULAR CHE-ltf PRINCE OF WALEI1 PLUG CHEWING 'All Trairia? i Phones: Special ItaU'j on Couulty Trips SPENCE BROS, Lethbridgc, Boulton's Auto Livery WE MAKE TNAIN CALLS Office Phone 1205 Nighl Phones 1336 and 103E RETREADING DONE BV EXPERTS Qcl your Next Rtlrrad Doni By Ue. SECTIONAL AND BROKF.N BEADS OUR SPECIALTY arc specialists id Vulcan- izing Waders. Ulubridje Vultaniunj Works 712 Third Avenue South PHONE 1664 Character what we build, into ctcry lire, that we retread or repair. Class quality and durability are Ihe objects ol our highest ert- dearor. jr.r.tter ol value- ElvJne Is our chicr concern. AVo appreciate a mau as much aa we do his business. .Our shop i3 OPP, ELLISON MILLS EVEREADY SERVICE STATION ALL MAKES OF BATTERIES CHARGED AND REPAIRED All Work CuarantMd A Written Guarantee [or i Tear and a Holt with New Bat- leflcs. J. C. THOMPSON Phon; 1966 718 Ave. S. HAVE YOUR RADIATOR RE-CORED Before tho Rush, by ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 Fifth 51, S. L. Furniture and Baggage. KInrfi. Wo Baggage Day and rJIghl.Sery to all parts ot the City. Office, 922 2nd A've. 3. Phone 1B65 AUTOMOBILE OWNERS Ccl your celluloid llgMs in nnd curtains repaired hclore the cold THE LETH- BRIDGE AUTO TOP DEPOT Cth Slrctt Neil to Herald OHIce G. T. BLUNT, PROP.. The Mechanical Garage Uecd cars bougnt tnd sold. General Repairing Cornar 4th Avenut And'3rd 31. Cosy Roller Rink, Phone 1190 II Service Station Service Slallon (or the famous fV .Vj, ,t Poll JpSrlJ (af. MAGNETO RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co, 611