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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta '.'1: VOLUUK K. SATURDAY, OCTOBER J, 1919 NUMBER-2-10 Ring Blanks Sox; Cicotte Loses Again Cincinnati Reds Make ihe Count Three and One in World's Series When Ring Holds Glcason's Tribe 16 Three Stingy Cracked in the Fifth Making Two Hits Which Resulted in Two Runs. Pres. Wilson Critically 111 HadaGoodNight'sRest Cincinnati Chicago R. H. 000 020 2 5 000 000 000- 0 3 and Wingo; Cicotte and Schalk. CHICAGO. Oct. Ring, by pitching phenomenal ball today, held the White 3ox scoreless, while his teammates, profiting by the home club's errors, amassed two runs and won the fourth game of 1Kb terles, by a score of 2 to 0. With the exception of fielding errors, Cicotte also pitched well, hut hie twirling by no means of the quality served up by the Cincinnati pitcher- The- Box ool three hits elf King's delivery, while the Re-Is hit Clcolte safe five limes. Beth of Chicago's errors are charged, lo pitcher, while two Cincinnati fielcJero erred. n toss to TUsbers. who relayed lo (jandll, gelling Daubert for a double- Groh up. Urou Ilicil to' KIs berg. No runs. One.lilt. No errors. SKCON'D has Bon behind the clouds and a rather stiff breeze lias Dlown up. Llcbold up Foul, Klrlfcc one. Slriko two. Hal one. Hall two. I.iebolcl seiil a fly lo Dauberl. Kdilie Collins Hal THE BOX SCORE Daubcrt, Ib. Groh, 3b.___ Rousch, c.f. Duncan, Kopf, t.s. Neale, r.f. Wlngo, c. Ring, p..... Totals CINCINNATI A.B.R.H.P.O. A. E. 4 0 1 5 11 4 0 0 9 1 0 .400231 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 2 OO 00 10 0 0 00 0, Llebold, r.f. E. Collins, 2b..... 3 -.Weaver, 3b.......i 4 Jickson, l.f.......v 4 Felsch, c.f. 3 Gandll; tb........ 4 3 3 3022 30012 .....SO 2 5 27 8 2 CHICAGO A.B.H.H.P.O. A. E, 5000 I '0 0 0 0 0 one. Foul, strike oue. Eddie Cflflin popped n liiEh ono to llalil. Weave up. Ball one. Weaver filed to Nealo. King kepi the ball over flic Inside corner and all of the ouls were by easy flics. No runs. No -hits. No errors. SECOND INNING FIRST Houscb up. 3 5 Oj FIRST Ko'JSch rtouEcll 0 3 P Hticd a high one that Jackson easily 0 1 3 0 0 gathered in. Duncan in. Sirlkc one. 0100 0 Foul, strike two. Duncan popped out 0 .1 G 0! Co Eddie Collins. It was high, but Rliberg, c.s. 3 0 0 3 4 0' easy for Ihc Chicago second baseman. Schalk, c. 1 0 0 4 3 0' Kont up. Foul, strike one. Sclialk Clcdlte, 3 0 0 0 2 2 went clear to the grandstand to get a 1 00 0 0' 01 foul from Kopl.'s lal, tut the ball 'ivenl stand'by a few inches. 0 3 2T 18 2 for Cicotte In ninth. Two-base hits: Jackson, Neale. Stolen.base: Rlsberg. Sacrifice hit: E." Collins to Rlsberg to Candll; Cicotte to Rfiberg to Gandli. Left on bates: Cincinnati, 10... Bsset on Hit by pitcher: Ring, 2. Struck out: By Cicotte, 2; Ring, 2. Tlma of game: 1.37. Umpires: Nallln, behind plate; Qulgley at Evans at second; Rlgler at first. Ball one. Strike two, .Foul. Kopf fanned. No runs. No hiUV No errors. THE GAME IN DETAIL FIRST INNING FlilST up. Strike one. Foul, strike two. Kpul. foul, 'Hath started the game with n single over Weaver's head. Jackson was playing In nnd retrieved the ball iiiilckly. My. Dau- rfsUrlvo to Edd'.c Collins, Hath iv.is lorccd by MONARCH WANTED IN HUNGARY BUDAPEST, Oct. city suddenly become placarded with large posters the people regardlen of race or creed, to rally to the monarchy 4nd demanding an Immediate meeting of Ihe national assembly for the purpose of bringing about a monarchy. Tills IE the first open monar- ch Til manifestation since October of list year. The government haa Juit made public figures showing that the jovlet rule In Hungary coat the country crowns. Order of Kalian Military liiockade Only Exists No Obstacles Now In Way Of Irrigation W. A. Buchanan, M.P., Assured by Premier Stewart That All Difficulties Are Rapidly Will Be Ready to Act as Soon.as Lelhbridge Northern System is Ready to Ask for Finnacial Assistance. (Special to The Herald) OTTAWA, Oil. Premier Stewart hid a highly satisfactory Inter, view with Hon. Arthur Melghen on Irrigation question, and W. A. Buchanan, M.P., It satisfied that practically no obstacles row stand In the way of tho development of Irrigation In Southern Albert'. Premier Stewart assured Mr. Buchanan that Mr. Melghen Is willing 'to go as far as possible to co-operate and provide the funds to ascertain the guaranteed supply, suitability of the land, etc., and Mr. Stewart Is very optimistic and lays the difficulties are disappearing rapidly. Mr. Buchanan realized that Mr. Melghen was enthusiastic over Irri- gation development and was prepared to do all he could, and urged tha premier to confer with him again, and the conference certainly has been helpful. Mr. BucKanan has no doubt that the Lethbridge Northern prolect csp be undertaker- as soon as Ihe district is ready lo put the financial question before the government. HOJ1E, OcL 1 that 111? blockade o[ Flume bo lilted have been issued by the government and Italian authorities in the vicinity of Flume have received an order to allow mail and foodstuCfa lo pass into .tho city, according to the press. SfR HENRY DHAYTON I TO HUN IN KINGSTON KINGSTON, Out., Oct. The Dally Standard today !n an editorial not only acknow- ledges that Sir Henrj- Drayton will be the Unionist Candidate for Kingston for tho expiration WASHINGTON, Oct. dent Wilson had a somewhat bet- ter night last night, While officials said this mornfng. .Or. F. X- Dercum, the noted neurologist of Philadelphia, who called into consCiltation Thursday, Isi ex- pected at the White House; at 11 a.m. and will again see; the President, A bulletin was Issued byr Dr. Grays on, the president's personal phys'cian, at 11 a.m., as followi: "White HouseF-Oct. 4, 10.40 a.m.: The president had a good night's rest and his condition Is more favorable." An unconhrmed rumor came over -Vordine.to Ihe newspaper, which s" uo i Iho decision via taken alter thc gov- i .j A A A ,_ eminent had examined and discussed i a protest from the Fiumc natlooal council. Divert Food Ship VE.NMCE, OcL steamer P'rlnce Hohenlohe, under the inter- allied Dag, a cargo of foodstuffs consigned to 1 :i'a from this city, has t- 'f ff altered Us. course and is heading for (he -wires 'on Friday OTcniris that i Flume, according to the newspaper President Wilson T-TIB dead.. This was El Temp. denied shortly nitervfards by a dis- patch that the prefildenl was critically 111 and'lhat his lamily bail been called to. his bedside." SECOND up. BMko one. Jackson, doubled Ho centre. 'It 3 a high Ito'JEcfi misjudged nl flrtt panning hack and then rtfsJilng forward mndly, but missing' it. -Felsch FejEcli to Hath. Jackson [OOK ilitrd. Gandil up. Strike one. Rath covered first. OD tho-last play. Gandil popped to Rrbh In front of the halter's box, Jackaoti remaining j at third. Rlsberg up. Ball one> Ball I two. Hall three. Slrlkc one. '.Strike two. Foul. Rislcrg walked. Schalk up. Hall one. It -was a pitch out. i Ring almost caught nlsberg oft firpL' n snap Hall two. oerg stole second. Ball three. Dall four. Schalk filling tho bases. Cicotle up. Strike one. Hall one. 'Hall two. Strike two. Hull tlirce. C-lcollc went out, Ralli j .to Daubert. Hath came far over lo (Continued on Pnge 12) Another Attfeirat fr. To Settle-Strike Trades Unionist Mediators Meeting Today in Effort to Bring Strikers and Government To- Workers Postpone Strike Till 20 per cent, of Trains Running. In Sole Conlrol Oct. AH the Iroopa al present In Fiump aro ItallaD. .The Freocli forces. and 150 Serbian sold- iers Trtio formed the garrison before Capt Gabriclc d'AnnunzIo broURbt hls-forces Into Ihe city, led Rumo'fT th'ftl-lho blockade of Plume will be made more'-aeTere were aUrled Lhe withdrawal Lhe French and Serbian tropps'ahd these were partly the parluri! 15'motor trucks carablnera for.Abbazla. Other contingents of carabines are expected lo follow.'Brcad is being rat- ioned' In Flume at presenL Not Mobllirir.g PARIS, Oct. Dr. Jlllonho Veen; itcb, 'premier of Jugo-Slavia, saya the report b( the mobilization1 of the Jugo- Slav army is without foundation, ac Opposi- x (ton'Develops OTTAWA, Oct. b'll which has (or its object the amalgamation of Ihc Royal Northwest Mounted Pollca and the Dominion police forces, occu- pled Ihc major part of Ihe Bitting to- day. The bill, sponsored by Hon. N. W. Roivell, president ol the priry council, passed its second reading and ivas taken up In committee, but did not pass through the latter stage before thc house rose. Mr. Itowell explained that II mere- ly provided for the amalgamation of tlie two forces, under the namu of Hoyal Canadian Moimled Police. Ho" thought that an economy would be effected by thc amalgamation. Thc chief objection.to the bill camo v__ i the railroad power plants Jn operation on fln emergency basis. ALL SPECIAL DEPUTIES CALLED OUT Oct. All special dnpu lies wero ordered to report Immed- iately al headquarters by the, police commissioner (hfs morning. UTVIONS REFUSE SEVEN-DAY TRUCE LONDON, Oct. efforts lo bridge the chrism between thc govern-i arisen out of the great railroad strike. Never In toe history of tho British Empire have the people faced R moro gmve liljor crisis. Latest develop- ments In Ihc controverjy gecm lo In- ilicale thc government nnd the union have geltleii down lo a protracted struggle. In tho mcanttmc, some Improvement in railroarl Is reported. Two of the principal financial weeklies, Ihc Elallsl nnd the Economist, -bolh liarlntf great influence-, innke notablo plena for a balanced view of tho strike advocating Justice '.o the Blrikerg and a cessation of Ihc oilier language rlulged in by some newapapcra. GOVERNMENT IS TAKEN "It Is .clear that Iho strike onghl never to have aays luc ICcouOmlsl. "Bui it is by no meana clear, as is loo generally assumed by Iho well-to-do, that thc responsibility lies wholly with thc workers and their leaders. The whole poallfon Is marked Ijy an extraordinary lack of clearness for which NIC gotcrnment Brutal Murder of Quebec Farm- er Bobbery .as Ihe Motive to a great extent responsible. 1 3 determined not lo return lo Its prt-wRT position and It Is perfectly (Continued on Pago Four.) KJNO ALBERT SEES N. Y, FROM ABOVE MONTREAL, OcL Jacob Lemay, Romeo Lacoste and Mur- doch Allen were sentenced by Justice Dcty Utl nlghl in Ihe court of the bench to hang on Jan, 23, for the murder of Al- clde Payelte, a farmer, on Oct. 7, 1917, The gang raided tha farm houie for rrlOhey Whtn the farmer refused'16 leM'them where Jt him. Lacoste and Allen.were arrested afterward and the shoot: Ing on Lfmay, who had eicaped, The former .were charged with horse dealing after the trial fln'd cortviclron were sentenced to Ihe penitentiary. Lemay, who was arreited in June, 1919, threw the blame- on Lacoste and Allen. s ln view of the-fact and the workman's "shoes sold at a SO that Itldian uprisings and rebellions ivere a thing of the past. Mr. Ho well agreed with Mr. ilcKcn- zle as to the responsibility of tho prov- inces, but pointed out Ihal Ihe mount- ed polico were primarily for use in cases where federal Interests were Jeopardized. The collodion of cus- toms and Inland rvcnue nccessltaled the use of policemen and they were also Relive In connection ivilb. Indian reserves and the po3t of- fice department. _ F. E. .Klefer advocated eastern ex- tension of ttie Jurisdiction of the. mounted police, and H. W. Mowsit eald thai if this force was, not in resorl would liarc lo made, more frequently to the mili- tary In cases of disturbances. Mounted Police Pensions OTTAWA. OcL auO compassionate allowances lo widows and children of deceased members of the Hoyal Northwest Mounted Police are provided for in a proposed resolu" turn which Hon. N. W. Howell ivill brinp before the house on Monday. Dependents of officers having sen'ctl 10 years would bo eligible. The reso- lution would Incrcsso thc salary of the commissioner of police lo 000 a year. mcnse difference In thc net profits, v.-illi 1910 and 1911. Asked to state the percentage at which other llneg wore marked for re-aale, Sir. Joyner baid lhat men'a clothing waa marked at an advance n[ approximately per cent, on cost, dry goods at 40 per and ladles1 ready-to-wear from 35 to per'cent. One witness did not bare a, book- keeping system by wblch he could give prices and figures for the past few years and. his evidence was ot little'value to the board. He slated, however, that he made a practice ot selling bis goods at an adrancc of iO per cent, on Ihft wholesale cost. further hearing be held this NEW YORK, Oct. Albnrl of Belgium flew over New York City this morning In WINN1PKO, Oct. application oMho Winnipeg Electric Street Hall- way for a temporary Increase In fares was this'morning granted by the pub- lic utilities commission. Under the now schedule Tares will Members of Hell Cabinet Have Now Been Safely He-Eleclcd CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.T., Oct. bye-election In Prince Ed- ward Island yeelerday In the first district, of Queens resulted In the return of Hon. C, W. Crosby, min- ister of public works, by a major- ity of 354- The vote was: Crosby, 778; Wlgmore, 424. v In the general election the eminent majority was 69. The three cabinet mtrrla- ters were elected by acclama- tion, Handley-Page Machine Will Tour Principal U. S. and, Canadian Cities mont and the National Union ot I1all-J4> a'navy hydroplane piloted by WAV me n havo broken down. Tho union has refused lo consider a prop-j-J-. Hlon of Premier Lloyd George1 V3HIUJL ui j ijmyit (.ruuigi: lur n llio gcnnral impression now l.i Ihnl seven day truce fir [ho .idJuaLmc'nL'of Me. King win. jiol bo. opposed at Ihc mailers nhd h congress of all TJoul. Commander Tliomaa B. 'When he- alfghlcd, Ille king fald "fl wag a grand spectacle." hycelccllon. J Lradca 'unions In Great Britain' baa on tho 6 cent cash basis, or nlno 50 cents. XVorklngmtn's tickets i be live for 25 ccnls, under the .tlmo cond'tlong as at present, 4 and school children's tickets at present.' T, A. Hunt, city solicitor, mado ap- 4 plication for the order