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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THR LETHBIUWiK DAILY HERALD SATTIUUY, OCTODF.n 1'BRINGING UP FATHER" PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE By G. McManSs L ;f vs.i-i.-rvE riiEo' I THJ CriOM io I I py iSall Lake OaWaud San Francisco Portland it. Angeles Verilou ..i..................... 4 (Oqlv Liree Esmcs pltyed.) EASTERN HATS t GLEASON WILL SEND CICOTTE BACK AT THEM-: TOD AY CHICAGO WHITE SOX GOT ALL THE BREAKS IN'THIRD GAME OF SERIES Register imd Thanked the Club Kor Splendid Time He AYas Shown CHICAGO, OcL 4. -I by a 3 to 0 victory over the Cin- cianall Reds in the third.game of the world's scries, Lhe Chicago AYIHe Sos today declared they were back .up-Eddie ,Ci-. colle, their one-Lime battered TTilh the fighting gpirit Ibat brbtiiht Uictn-the pennant, iii tie American. ip the series at '.Thsi Reds, Viang by "ibe first shut-oat ol the scries after tiro victories on their'home field, d'.d not beliere they csain wonld en- counter such mysterious pitch- ing S3 shown by Kerr the midget hiirler of Ihe White Eos, and asserted their expectations of hay- ing no hard time the "shine" and "fcDiicXle" baH frldle CicoUe serve up 1C she" shbuM be Manager Gleason's gelccllou or any of the other Soi twlrlera. Got the "Breaks" Soi players yesterday, in .iddi- tion to LonaSde world's series pileblng b'y.Kerr, ihe ''breaks In the game'1 and broughv the s'ef- fes to 2-L They Claimed-Lha Reds won the two games at Cincinnati only through but-lhe vis- I10T3 rldIcbU4 fetfch. claims. Having familiarized ttcmFelres with the breezes, rhado-.vs and sun spots of VCumisker Fark. Manager florae's winners'6[ ihe National League "race "Were conii- dent ol a. belter, Crowd Saturday always lias been a haseball day" in Ihfi- crowda that bajan forming about tbe park before midnight last night indicated -Ihal-lhe r.apaclly enclosure -would be iaxed today.: The. approiimale-. ly vacaol in ine bleach-- era yeslenjay. cqiild' not be_..re-, garded aa lodlcailYR of the Ininr-' rat (JI'Chicago-and otter Vuiddlif western "faus" in tho according lo the though: 3uch a. situation plainly was was no oTcrhow pn lo the playing lisH and Ihc'only ground riilcs wees- jary Ehould" a fair ball bound into Ibc "Jjoi'fCAla .along thellehl end'Icn field foul ft should be held a'two base hit. The Snppreiblon' of ticket Here arc the CbL-ajo EIEhite ea act np for priit with the CtadniuQ tbf world KTle.1 From -EU'- Glusoh down thli coDsctloi of CoK cbanplorv5 are primed POT [bY with Pat Beds. In tbe accompaojlDE pktDcn the ClftlKOD Ll with hti crew of stir Kid 2, Ed- die Clcotts. p.; CUafle )ir It llama. Diet Kerr. JBHIM, p.; Q, IrrlDg Fuber, p.: 1. Scbalt c.: "Blrf" Lynn, t; GendU, lb.; 10. Collins, Sb.; 11. "Swede" H.; 13, "Dacf Wearer. Fred McJInllLo. K Joa oiiiflddtr; IB, Jack Felch, ontflelder; 16, "Komo" Lelbold, ont-1 17, John. Collins, o Members of the American champ! ons, who will make desperate effort'Loflay Lo turn Ijack Fat'Moran's-CiriclhDatrrfeds and eren up the series. scalpers'1 by _ government officers, board proflteera f in downtown hotel the was admi.-- vOlayV" Anncunced v No either 51 an- ager Glcaao'fi, of'the1" Sax (Jr Manager Mtiran." or.lhV.Reifi, was fortQConjIuK I early.'loiiay'-agtlo his fikhing felec- i tion, but It was that C'kolte would be .ncnV tack lo (lie rtcils and either P.oj'.lier or Kller Would to thoTiads' rtoiindaman.lv Eoi supporlcra floured on see- ing Hcullier pikhin? ovor his left BULLETIN SERVICE ON SUNDAY GAME Arrangements .have baen by the Canadian lo carry a complete- bulletin service on. the Sunday world's .iprit'3 Rame Chicago, and nil wealern" pnpeM are .supply- ing this In UK- fans by means of a bulletin service1. Thp. JleraM will therefore bul- letin the Sunday paniR as ug- ual starting about 12 o'clock. Dauberl. }b. Groh, Ko'jsch, c.f. Duncan, ].f. Kopf, 5.3. Nealc, r.f. c. j Ilcuther, -p, fm, Chicago: Jv 1 J.'Collins, r.f, .V B. 21i. j Wcavei-, 3b. i .Tackaon, f. Frlsch, r.r. fianflil. Ib. HOW THEY'RE BATTING How they're balllne up to tbe en of the third game: C1NC1XXATJ: A.U. H. P.C Reuther............ 3 3. 1.00 Kuher 2 U ff tf s% A f "AND.Y'S" Rwliator'Repalr We have the equipment and'tha "know flow.'" 418 Fifth Street South Leihbridge hand Fltinls In or hpav; victories and the defeat of a Vianfier. Cicol'.c salrt he was unnerfca by hitting ;i Ijaisman at j Cincinnati and told Manager GleaEOii he again T.-aa ready Id start against the National champions, Manager Oleason as usual seemed lo be willing lo trust, Cicotte'3 word (hat ho was "reaily.1' Alrcarly past Ine SD.OOO mark on altcnclantc snA tho slagc ir. Ihe Krosa receipt.', ihe serins gives nr1fr.af.lons of breaking (he rrcnrdi for iOth The Ix-tlins Is DOW in favor of tho While Hoi. fu ovent of Manager Moran hi.i star Kcutlicr. John a rirhl-hnndcd liillcr, will displace Licbfjld in liglit firld. ('ollins WAS sick during UK last Kamo at CEncinnnli, hut rcporls he hna re- cove-red. If Klttr or another rifiht harder the c'noicc, LicboH will hcafl ihe Folloiring Is the line-up for today: Cincinnati; Itath, 2b. Cicolto, p. Comcrcial Cable Co. announces it will again accept messages lor Odessa, Xcale Duncan Ralh i. Groh WIngp' V.... Hnusfih -t jHarlden Magee j "_tfe'a'rd' ba'ling CHICAOO: -Radii I E. Collins Jackson.......... Ivelsch Inreljnrg........... icicolte iSc'jalk Wilkinson Williams Kerr Team balling -10 8 10 8, .1, S 10 Oct. Hoyal High-1 ness Ibc Prince of Wales. )ionoreil ;ba j Maclcod Golf club by paying a visit 10 i tbe course oT the Macleod GolT yesterday ntloTimon. I Ills Royal lllglintss ivcconipan- Icil by Admiral Sir Lionel lla'.soy. I Col. Grlgg, Tho Honorable1 Piers anil they were rcaiivo.l D G. MacKeuzie, capialn of llr- i club. Dr. A. IT. .X. Kennedy. J. H. arrow, C. P. McGladdcry, and olliur mLcrs. Immrtliclrly alter arrivnl ii Prince toox riirl In a. oursorac, by Caplalr. gainst Sir I-toi'cl HHsoy and 5. His Iloyal is n oo-l 'player, an I Captain null !ol Grigg nrc bill! excellent ptnycrs, j had An in- j Lrietlng and cxc.i'r.s Rsma joiiilltJ i n D. halved I After [lie game thr? I'rincc nni !iny signed tho vlhllnrs book, ;uid he Trlnce personally Hie itnibers of tbe cr.ib rr.r On aplcinlld imc Tic bad on tiio The metnljeTs o( the Ucif :lub have working most strtnit- on the course for inc paat week, have thiugg in. cjccellenl shape. Major-GeneraU Burslall and Col. O. tL niggar also bad a name tlarlns :lic afternoon. General Burjtall wag vie- orioua by Q small margin.. Both bcsc players also expressed! them- Delves as delighted with lha course, and intimated lo some ol the members i wish (hat they could have stayed longer. LIVERY Ws Metl All Trains. Hoipilal CMs. Phones: Special Tlalcs on Couutrr SPENCE BROS, Ltlhbrldgc, Alia. Boulton's Livery WE MAKE TRAIN CALLS.. Phone............1206 Night I'hones 1336 and 1U3E MANITOBA TO ENFORCE SUGAR REGULATIONS '111 Take Action Against Merchants Who Infringed Order. WINNIPEO, Oct, by the attorney-general's department ul retailers overcharging on sugar will probably -.b.Q-commenced1, very shortly on ntuiouncenierit nudo last nfelil.-'-TV.H. pottinEham, ilepul assistant attorncy-gejicral, sUtnd thai a letter ivtirnlng retailers aRainst (n iringcracntS'of .th'e'sugar order ls.be ins sent to the tlclnll Merchants' As soclatlon to Ihc effect that violation will be immediately lafccn up .by tho department. II 12 11 7 fl 1 Iti 1 1 n 27, ,-iD Al .tfi .12 .20 .1C .253' P.C. .303. .125 .181 .250 .000 .300 .000 .250 GATES airvicn, 3tBtldfi TIRE SERVICE COMPANY SECOND AVENUE OPPOSITE FIRE HALL Just the for warm weather when there's only cold water available. fti eocxl irilh eolil u with hiL RETREADING DONE BY EXPERTS Get Next Retread Dona By Us. SECTIONAL BEADS OUB SPECIALTY' We arc specialists in Vulcit-' Waders. Lethbiidge Ydcanizii; Wlfc 712 Third Avenue South PHONE 1BM Character what we build Into every' lire thai we retread or Class quality a ad ihe Objects ol'our dcavor. Tho matter pt'Vnlup.- givinR ia our as much'ris" ivc do hl3 business. Our ehbp la OPP. ELLISON MILLS EVEREADY SERVICE STATION ALL HAKES OF BATTERIES CHARGED AND REPAIRED All Work Guarsntud A Written Guarantee for t Tear and a Half .irilh Kew Dal- terlei.' J-'D. THOHPSOM Phone 1966 71i.2fd-Ave. S. AUTOMOBILE OWNERS Get -your ceiiiMflilij' In nnl curtains rcpajrc'd betorc the cold weather.- THE BRIDCE, AUT.O TOP. REPOT' si'h ''einti' Kext-lo Hcwld o. T. BLUNT, PROP: WELDING Car Repairing AGENTS FOR GRAY DtfRT CARS ENGINES7 'the-Liwfo'ril-lleldliiy COMPANV 2nd opp, Lcthbrldflt Hold The MecbaDical Garage UtM cars tonRlit and tali. General Repairing Corner ar.djJrtf. 'tt posy Boiler Rink, Pbne .1191 K1 Service Station ;3.Grvltp Slollon (or-.tKc fti'nioiil '-K'W All makes ecncralora; Knlf, sfoiic .ol .'car- >rjil..All MAGNET6 REchAFttitb The Roy Electric Eta 41 h Avtnue South PHONE 7M ;