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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. OCTOimn -1, 1917 THE LETHBniDGE DAnVY HERALD PAGE THREB 'BRINGING UP FATHER" iy G. McManus SArt-VU FIVE LOOK WELL- >T VOOLO TAKE TO FIND OUT tOO WUZ btCK iO- WEL.V. I wot BKTTEH FOR THE LAST TALK1N1 YOU SOME THttVi EV Big League Baseball New York NATIONAL Lost Bt. Louis Cincinnati Chicago Boston llfooklyn I'ltleburg SB 87 73 77 "3 67 05 C9 71 7S '3 79 .029 .573 .531 .510 .167 .327 AMERICAN iVon. Loft. Chicago........100 lloston......... 11 P.O. Cleveland Detroit...... Washington' New York St. Louis Philadelphia 39 7D 73 51 63 54 Gl Go 71 '78 .155 S3 86 SB .J2S .372 .350 Divided Them, Brooklyn. Oct. divid- ed today'? double licarter, the Braves taking the (IrsL ganio, 9 Lo 3, aoij.lhe lioijic team the socond 3 to 1. First UoEton 10 1 Brooklyn 12 5 Hutloiph an'd Tragresaor; Cheney ana Miller. Second JJdslon 'iBrooklyn 010Oil 10 0 Tyler and Jlyera; JIarquard and {Crucger. Giants Finish. Phlaldclnhtn, Oct. York vround up HID championship coason here today by winning .two' games, ihc scores hclne 11. to 1 and G to 0. Rchupp pitched for Ihe first gamo and illtl no! yield n hit, while New York out hits for a total of 2S liases off Lavender nnd The Yprk team left here lonlght for Chicago, Broke. Even (CnnaJLan Press) Chicago, Oct. pf.lho reserved seats for the world's, series games al White Sox park vrcro dis- tributed today. Those who had beon awarded tickets uero notified two days ago to apply today and get their admission cards. The wulte cards bearing the notico were numbered and ILIs number corresponds with the number on each tlctet. A record of each ticket sold has uccn. kept and with this tile r'ib ofTLclals hope to stamp out ticket scalpfne. Scalpers, up to today have been advertising that they would have plenty of appeared to nave lost EODIC of their confidence, and 'refused to guarantee tickets for any o[ the Games here. They stilt contend, however, that they will havo "some tickets." hut admit that the supply -will not equal Ihc demand. The WHllc Sox, after a day of idle Ncvr York, Oct. Tlie Yanks anil ncss yesterday on account ot rain, aro _broke even here today booked for two days of slifr practice. G 0 002 401 15 0 000000 173 and McCarly; Lavender and First name- >.'cw York J'liilEdclphia Killlfer; Scro-.ul game New 'Ycrt Philadelphia- 000 000 Anderson anil Gibson; Oeaclig'of and Adams. tho -.vhlle the Yanhs took tho final game, 3 to 'f. In each Eani6x ilio winning team scored two, runs tu the eighth. inning. Philadelphia New Hork Noylor and PIclncI- Plorcy Haul. Second 'hlladelphla _ N'oiv Hork 000 010 S 2 Jlycrs and Perkins; McGran- and Nunamalitr. Senilon Win. Boston, Oci, Johnion piloted Washington to a 7 lo 0 vic- tory over Boston loaay. Johnson was ..presented silver trophy lor his triumphs. The cup was offered hy the associates of tho I U. S. A. formerly the Massachusetts, to the pitcher of the wlnulne loam. Manager Rowland said tlial ho would 15 CHAMPION SWIMMER HONORED. Montreal, del. Met, Geo. nllchlc who has been men- tioned ill rtlsnslchcB, is a 'son of T. K. Ifoilgsoii, Hits city, and Is champion swimmer o( Canada. rcp'rescnled the.Montreal Amateur not send the team to Wccghman park lo see Iha Chicago and New York Na- tionals play 'lodayr ag he considered practice more essential thau say lines get on llielr opponenls from seeing them playr Eddie Collins, Eddie Clcolte and KIJ Gleapon who saw the Giants play Tuesday In Phil- adelphia, gave the White Soi Ihc benefit of their observations yesterday In a long tnlk. Many thousands of applications for reserved seals have necessarily refused as the capacity of tho park is composed-of 17.000 reserved and non-reserved seats. President Comlskoy of the White Soi, impressed regret that so many persons vrould be disappointed. "1 never knew it was possible to lose so many friends in 30 short a saju Comigkey. "Letters ot protest nro coming Into our office in stacks Some arc from old friends, and stll! I have not found a way. of handling a crowd of in a park that only take care ot 32.000." Washington Doa ton Agnew. 11 1 000 COS 7 1 and Ruth and KENTUCKY STAKE TO DILLON IN RECORD TIME COK'I Bay Filly Won-24th RenevMl of Kentucky' Futurity. Lexlriglon, Ky., Oct. n. Coi's bay fllly, Nclla Dillon, driven by- Joseph Serrlll, won Ihe twenty fourth renewal or the two-year old Kentucky Futurity yesterday In Epcetaunlar style, equalling theVo'rld1: Allilcli'c Association at tlie lost Oly- record for tiro heats by n twa-yctr-oli inpir. games" 1h Sweden In the summer ot 1912, and won the 400 and metro events', and at the same lime established fon'r world records lhat have .never since been healcn. .THREE-I LEAGUE MEETING SUNDAY Chicago, Oct. fnto of the league, which suspended with numerous others shortly after tho Fourth of July; will be discussed at Ijolter or 1'cUir al Col ilinbus In 1913.' alao in each heal lowered the season's record by trot ling In and Peter June Iho favorite, driven by Getrs was sec ond in each heal, but heaten 'decls Ivclv. Scrrlll lalil In hehlnd unlll the etretch, when he pulled oul and pass etl Peter June with ease. Only two ilarled. The Wilnul Hill cup, a event was won in slralglll heals by Earl> I lie annual league meeting called [or Dreams. In the first heit.hc next Saturday. Several plans will be talked over for playing next season. PAIGE WINS U'AVENPORT SHOOT Davenport, Oct. SS points oul of 100, E. 11. Paige" scored high nn tho rlllo range' yesterday. Ixm Johnson, with SO out o[ 100, was sec- ond. Captain Hennlp scored 'third In the contest. AVIATOR KILLED BY AUTO Jllncola, L.I., Oct. Mor- ris, nn aviator tn federal service, dleil 1 o[ Injuries received when ho was struck by an automobile near an nvla- _ lion ca'rop last nfehl. Two onsljsns In the car snld Morris" vmlkcit In front nt Ihc machine. Morris Kvcd hi Hydro, forced to equal Ihe track record o Early Dreams, Alma Forbes Ima.Jay and L-asslo flnlshec1 hoAds aparL Seven horses barfed. Uaxlcr. Lou .won the pace afle losing Ihc first heat to Barllghl. SI horses tUrted.' The pace was unfinished wilt George K Hullon and Blngen Dlrcc cnch. wllh a heal, to their Twelve coraplelcd. credl TENDLER SHADES DUNDEE Philadelphia, Oct. Lew Tendle of IIils city finished R step In fron of Johnny Dundee, the Brooklyn boxer, In, six slashlnr rounds here list nlglil. Okla. fFrom Onr Oim Correspond-in t) Finclicr Crspk, Oct. rThc animal clinols field Vas licld nils alter- icon and was a decided success In ivery way- IVealhor -was cool, but not o as (o interfere with the sports or to make it unpleasant for llie onlookers. Tlie sports arrangements .were excel- on t and TTCTC run of wIlhouL tedious walls. The day was starlet! vllh a parade led by the I. O. 0 -F. land to the tafr Tho sctuJol children started tlie pr with sonp and then the girls played n baskctliall match, Madeod and Plncli- sr Creek Ijomfj Ihe opposing LCD ma. Mad cod was easily the wlnnor, (liua tnnMng ft two years tin hem. A baschall match was played jy'-local teams and was a gapcl-game. The races came nest and proved ex- ceptionally good. Tho [ollovrlng arc the irinnors In Ihe different events: Roys 7 'aud un- der, 25 yards, W. Jliinc 1, C. lloas 2. Boys 10 and under, 25 yards, C. Mar- celki3. 1, R. Milne 2. 12 and un- der, 50 yards, Hog. Cain 1, Lloyd Staf- ford 2. Boys IS and under, .yards, Hugh Tnylor Marcellus 2. Qltla 7 and under, Agncu Glllcspiol, Betty 2. Egg and spoon, Itouthler 1 Sylvia Ward 2. Sack race, Jas. Hnl ton 1, Raymond Reed 2. Thread anc Needle, H. Glass, anc! Lcvas seur 1, Kd- Marcellus arid Alma Pelle Her 2. Relay race, roile, Tavlor L'arum and Glass 1. Hun ning high TJuftield 1 IT. Glass 2. RminjnE lilghjump. girls, 2." Davis Cigars are made each month WHY? Because we have made good cigars for over 79 yean, and.thousands of smokers'will smoke no other. So sure are we of the quality of Cigars that we guarantee our' merchandise to the dealers, on the money-back principle. The word "DAVIS" on a band or box of cigars is a guarantee of the finest quality at the price paid. When you want a DAVIS cigar, see that you get one 1 S. DAVIS A SONS LIMITED, of Gold 1967, UT6, VETERAN REINSMAN'IS DEAD Tcrre Ilautc. Ind., OcU; ll..tK'nnpp) .McCarllij, veteran irain- or and driier of harness horses died here yesterday of injuries received In a rec'cnl collision with a woman drJTer In a race at CarraHton, 111. From a stable boy, McCarthy, through 37 years ot training and drlv- ISE, recoenllion as .one of Ihe horsemen In the country and ac- cumulated a fortune estimated At It_ was reported McCarthy once refused an offer of to "throw" a Grand'circult race at Colum- bus. Sllko, _lhc 190S futurity winner was trained and driven Ly McCarthy for John Maddeu. and four monlbs nineteen-year-old Pearl Duquette, a French-Canadian an orphan, irjis Imprisoned at the Industrial refuge here. "During that IlniD she alleges slio worked seven hours a day Intermit ten Hy, re- ceiving neither clothes for hvr services. Uarely ivaa she nllov- ed to go-oulsldc the walla o[ the In- stitution. Until a few days ago she worked there aa an Ironer. Then the craving for freedom overcame her and she made her escape. It tpas not long before alic Vfzs captured and today la the Women's Court, she was charged with escaping from cus- tody. Alter Crown. Attorney Corley hard her statement, he asked, for a week's and asked police to make a thorough- Investigation. i. Girls 10 under, 26 yards, ITnzel S.iwycr 1, Alice PcllctieY. 2. Girls 12 and under, 50 yards, Mary Jlllne 1, Hazel Dribble z. Girls 16 and under, yards, Kale Houlhler 1, 2. Boys' 100 yards, IT. Taylor 3, James Ilalton 2. Girls' 100 yards, Kate Houlhler 1, Grace Murt- land 2. Wheelbarrow race, DufQeld and Dlatn 1, Hallon and McKcnzle 2. Three Icggefl race, Ilalton nnd McKen- zle 1, D. McKcnzle and W. Lcvasscur' War Cross. STOOD OFF BIG SUB f- FOR THREE HOURS Paris, Del. minister ol marine In navy or- ders the French sailing vessel Klober, of 277 .Ions, which on September 1 Etood'iip.lo a big German submarine off tho coast south of IlrKtanr and placed a single gun EO well that her opponent retreated ilia com fitted after three hours of stirring battle; Pierre Monlcr, the hoalswaln, who fought the ehIp after Ihc captain of tlie Kleber was killed, has heeri dec- with the Legion of Honor while Ihe twelve men of the crew, several of whom were wounded, Have been given war crosses. Seven mem- bers of the crew who particularly dis- tinguished themselves also received tho Military Medal In addition lo Iho Winnipeg, Oct. Hon. Mr. Rogers sent a letter outlining his rlewa on Canadian matters [o Boyd, president o[ the Llberal-Con- servatlve Association of Winnipeg. [n this letter Mr. Rogers draws at- tention to the great problems which have faced the government and con- cludes wllh the following, paragraph: ''The needs oE Canada's Immediate future demand frorp el! a. united ef- fort ".and Jn .carrying It out there should be no Lhbught'oE playing mere partisan politics. We must devote ourselves to patriotism, for there Is an epoch impending In our lives, an epoch in the history of Canada that will have results In huge proportions for all time to we do not rise to'day, unitedly and determinedly f In a full appreciation of our oppor- tunity, wo will for the rest of our lives feel IhntVe have lost because we failed at the critical time. mugt not tall; wo must all havo cour- age. Then, when the world. IE ap- plauding tho allies on llielr victory, and the cheers of (he British people and ot all decent people, arc ringing throughout the world, we Ehal! all carry our heads erect wllh mind3 con- lent that In the day of test nml trial ire fulfilled our share saml our pari faithfully and well In assisting to win the day that saved our destiny." KEPT GIRL'PRISONER 3 YEARS IN REFUGE Toronto, Ocl. three years Hard Battery Station We shall be glad to explain THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN OliR STORAGE BATTERIES OTHER KIND. THERE ARE MANY POINTS OF SUPERIORITY IN .OUR BATTERIES THAT ACE LAYMAN DOES NOT UN- DERSTAND BUT WHICH ARE TO HIS INTEREST TO KNOW. IF YOUR BATTERY IS GIVING YOU TROUBLE 'OR YOU NEED A BATTERY FOR STARTING OR LIGHTING PURPOSES, COME ANC SEE' US. BAALIM MOTOR CO. OF THE CHEVROLET UNION BANK HARRY Mir! I A Man Saw a Mitchell nnd he had (o have it, so he left us his Chevro- let to sell. .U Is easily tmt.the man 'with the Mitchell says you can put your, own price oii'it. And still (lic.v rave abimi the i High ipost of Living.' Bijou Motor Parlors FIFTH STREET SOUTH THE HOUiE Of- SERVICE LETHSRKXJE, ALTA. We'll Be Glad See Yon! Hotel IS NOW Under New Management Entire building to be refurnished and redecorated throughout. Rooms to have new bedsjand There are bright new samplc'roonis. A brand new kitchen staff and a first class dining room. Service under persona! supervision of the The Trmllbg Public will Had thii pjetuit, comfortable hotel European Plan up J J. H. LEE, Proprietor ;