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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta OCTOBER i, iais THE LRTimmnci; DAILY ADDITIONAL SPORT AGE NINE? OF SERIES TO MIE Illy Ale Kemp Iti the Spokesman- JlcvlenO J'ralsc of. Walter Reuthcr today rc-sounils throughout (he United States. K.'cry niche where Jho genus bus Is wout to vocalize on all mailer o the national past lino finds iho name ot tlio pudgy jiorisldo (JleiiciiscT uppermost Iti all discussion. San -Francisco's favorite eon occu- pies a place In t'je world's series ball of fame lhat la unequalled In the an- nals of these annual (all classics. H 13 not KU much Iho fad (hat be ac- complished iho bHter downfall of the hennlmicn of Oloaaon. liul the manner In which ho nltalt.cd llils end. World's Ecrles history is replete with superb twirling wizirjy oT various curve mer- rliaiits, liul of thorn qullc reach (he mark iliai tlic phlegmatic son of lhi liny City snnd pastures set yester- day. "Dutch" Was Abnormal To say thai Ileiitlier was "right" Tvouiil not be stating ihe facts; he was abnormal, llurlcre, whether they fling the cork coreil pellet wiih a ti.m unfit and wanting. bsiit or led handed, stoco We But in the press box Iwo' years Lime immemorial have he en called ago with on Ivory hunter drawing ujTOii to exercise whatever black eow] pay from Ihe PhlladelphEa magic on Hie pill llicy could musler', tlub wo saw Heulbcr strike out 1_4 place In some obscure comer ol the ball yard, "f cd yesterday. _ Better (ban that he connected atju.0j the right lime. All of bis bits caused trouble. Ills Ivo triples produced tallies and his single was linielr. j one ot I'at MonmV leading Four Each Ohio, whfere the orhvr tud ol (lie world's series be lied with California lor (bird place in the lilt of contributing Elates It lays claim to nierdtienj. The lluck- eye state quartette are all morubprs ol P.ais. llcr.ry llroh, star thirj baseman, anU Earl .Vcale. o-jtJieMc-r o( Clucicuall. and Harry K. aiul Henry w. Scbri- bor. utEltiy iuMaldcr Calirornii is rcprojonteJ in tie friy with a split delegation, three ot Its I'liyen bclut; memlieri o[ American League club and one jho National Lfagu.i aggregation. Tim trio 01 Pacific coapi rjjeo with the Oleasca outfit arc Josciih o! Iho same. Patrick u'ho pllyte-J llio Cincinnati UNABLE TO FORM NEW JUGOSLAV GOVERNMENT IJKLOIt A UK. Ol. 3. (HavaO Htolim 1'lolllch, t-f Jugo-Slaria, has In dis t'j form a rt-v; c ali-i'.-t t-i lake ttle or Ihr; NLkn rcs'gDCi a suort llinc aiio. I (a victory, the National league representative, while John "Shaoo" Collins. outfic-Her, member ol the White Kox for tiio past ten yean, C-: represents (he Junior organization. 0 Urban "RcrV Kultr, who was a alar vlfor the White Soi "In Ihe n-orld'a v; series against Ihe Now York Giants in 1S17. U the Iowa repre-outativo in lhc premier event. Three catch rr. former licuienanl Southern Stilts outherj atatea will be re- Iires'jnled In the Georgia. Ki'Dluciy and SoMh Carolina. Toe first naoicd state contributes one member each to the Reds and the White Sox. Ivy II. Wlngo. first siring ariljt. and leading ou Lie Box Harry LJebold, albs "Linle ihe 5 i ft. C In. dlmunliivo outfielder, and fill! JaruCG. HIP C Ic. 4 ]-2 ini'h also hall from Michigan. I JvJdit' Kouficb. out- tJiuo a member uTj L v "i T iiuuiviiaiii jn me thf Chfraeo :nid now iht> Icalcber 'or tQe Iledp, makes his home Dutch certainly connect, j United States oversow; iffiag omlEelder of ihe HMB- llwlnl hl Williams, -hortiop; j A. Harden, furiiu-rly'a t-aic-Ji- InriGldtr. or of the New Vork are i3ie Jlooslera ou the (Jarrv Herrmann nav- roll. J The Others Two hive conirilMiteJ two numbers each. are Tessa and whirh .RO "Wiy- fifty." Ly sending one nirmljcr each .Win II. llouihfr, former member of produced Ih3 NallonMs anJ now one of Keulbcr'B glory Ibey will liavc to complliili a miracle. Local Fim Elated Spokane baFouall tana are Michigan and Indiana Michigan ami Indiana will IJB ror.ro- I lra' Oophcr wcuscly They lake a per. g sonal Interest Itcuther's accora- :iiled by three meinberB each. The ia solid for state' while (litr Hnosltra pllshments. due to Ibc lad lhal the I left ander-pitcher lor Spokane 1S1C and In reality it was til; drat successful season. v Now tbal Ilculher has reached a place la baseball that stamps him as a real topnotcher and none can take his glory away from him. we are re- minded. of ail avalanche of Ecouls, players, touts end managers who looked the indolent norlcider over a few years ago and pronounced BO strong lor the Hod Legs. Kach of thefe stales [3 the home of stars. Michigan _ is ihe home of Ktldic V. Clcolte. knuckle and "shine ball" It. II. Wilkinson, pitcher ol Ihe Son. will eet a chance lo lake an ac- live part In tho series, as be Is Just a youth, and has been, with iho c-ub but a shorl lime. James J. nine, an- other Xew York representative In Ibo jerics, Is one of ihe leading twirlers ot lae He-is, an! Carles II. Son, an ouldelder la from Long Island. Connecllcut has ojie representatli-e on Ihe National league club. Win. Kopf, the shortstop. Wiscoiiiin claims only one raemof; in the baseball, classic thti season, lie Is Oacur "llapiiy" Pelsch, star out, fielder ol Ihe American league Cuba will have its representsllra I a Ihe person of Adolpho Luiiue Pilcher, whlso home Is In Havana. Luijtie li a member ot ihe lo Ihe White Soi ;aiil ihe artl Krrr. left haiiclcd I-one Star slate Coiaiskcy's club, c-hell, also a DKT Toias member of lite Hciis! Massnulmsctta has nrodurcj teds. Hich- lU-lier. is tiio on while A. liov MU- artist, Is Ihe I leading soulhriiw of Ihe American ilc-asue. represents that state on Com- l iskey's club. Joe Jackson, hard-hiilinf oulfieldcr of the While Sou, bails from Soulb Carolina. Jlar- voy .McClellim, tho litlle utllliy infielclfr, Is from Kentucky. Vermont has Eenl Hay L. Fisher pitcher, lo tho and Missouri is on the same club by Nick Alien, catcher, i-nd one lime n mem- i her ol (he Wliito Sol New York Slatt I S.Vew York Btatc is the Lome ofj three of tho parlidpants in the big' conflict, bul 1L Is vcrj- unlikely With the Quality sealed in the Can fn tf. I, RnJ 2 iJnji_in [jeani grounj_ for percolators. Write for toollet: "Perfect Cpjfee-PerfKtly CHASE SANDORN MONTOEA1. or get aivay v-itli, but it was or- dallied lhai they should slnsl] their brother litavers' orrerlnga wlLb" a fury til tit IB savago, Reuthcr did what was expected ol him and what wasn'L It was agreed (hat If Iho vertebrates m Ills crooked functioned proper. y he ivoyld bo unbeataWo. Tbo box scoro proves conclusively they functioned. one expected HeuLher suddenly lo cauEo the to forget Inat David Of pill busters. or Dvtn to he classed with him, yet. dispatches from Ihe storm centre Indicate thti fiiicti comparlFons are being made. _' "Will be Series Hero Tltnther never was whal'you-couM tall, in all fairness a good hitter, but lie was always dangerous, lie .look a licMlhy swipe, and when bo con- ncctcd lhc tall usually sought a resting Little Friends of the Liyer The liver is Ihe regulator of health. II ..the liver bul once you your liver to get torpid and ilug- giah, life be- comes a cry. Dyspep- 4 Ei a, Indiges- tion, Bilious- ia.active and health mfea CARTER PILLS Ccnnipal ion, jchei acd Mflan nsul you, in Uii of energy, lois ol meiaon" and ill hulih: but remember Link Urer tpucli ihe Hrer and correct DE. CARTER'S PILLS, Nature's great netre and blood Ionic lor Anemia, RhenrcaUsH, Nerronsness, Slceplsssrets and Femaie prince George ftotd'. TORONTO InConlfOoFShonpinq end Business Dislrict 250 ROOMS EUROPEAN CuticuroWOlHelpClear leSoaptoQeanse The Ointment to Heal Eo.T; (a lim ici- nna and rDnchnesa, dindrufT and liriuiion. Prevent Ihem by maVing thu 'wondoiful fikin-clcanng com- plexion soap yonf loilsl toip, lasted bylouchea of Cuilcon Oinlraint to Iha fits! signs of little Aln ar.J scalp troubles, on J dialing 9 of Talcum, a fascinatinf IndtlkaliCuli'.ura'tthW- Icatlon Tho CuUcara Trio Is woTxier- fui. Sample eich freo of "CuticurlL, H. Colon. U. S. A." bailers. The Itfl-hander's flLov.-lng didn't make an impression on the Bcoul. Worse than thai, be accused Ilcutlier of "not having Q Ih.ng." pessimistic, one must admit it nltt'faer has sonietbtDg wbeo bo can fan li Tbree or four managers have lie- aptlred ever amountine to anything a pitcher. It shows that even the vrlscat get fooled. Halt Off to Nick In this connection we'must doff our Inter lo that blond diamond generalissimo who at this moment Is nlbernatlnj" In Portland, Kick Wll Iiani3. It was iN'lelt who really look holiUof Hcutlicr when the' latter had a reputation for Intemnnnnce and made him remain on tbe aqua pura chariot Ions enough lo win tho pen- nant (or Sliokane. It was Nick who ahi-ays contended that Jome daj Iteuther would shine forth as' a sen- sation anil Nick's confidence has been vindicated. Do you know that Heuther was lia'.d one of Xhe most dfellclous com laments erer handed a pitcher in a world's series? Well, Some' Compliment In Hie eighth inning with the Iteds Imricg a commanding lead and with a runner onf Ivy Wingo, aside from Rousch and Groh, most (ear cd balsmnn on Lhe club and a rattling Kood ElUEKer, purposely Bacrlflced to let Heuther come up. It was a stags of the garao where Uie sacrifice.was not needed. It was a alago ol lha game where a hatter ot tho Wlngo type should have played hit and run lut Instead he dumped tbfl ball know Ins full well lhat Roulher, a pitcher was coming up nail. "Dutch" singled Pennsylvania Has Greatest Rep reseiitatiph in Classic This Year CHICAGO, Sept has lhc distinction of having Ih grealcsl ropreaentaUon In the world scries this year. Ten players from lliat stale will balllo lor Ihe hlgliesl lioniri In baseball, four of them nrp members' of Iho Chicago WhltefSox. I American league pennant and six aro members of LhQ Cincinnati Ilcrts. flag winners In the senior or- ganization. f I The White Sox manager, William filcason, bends tho Hat of Quakers. Along with tho fighting manager la Eildle Collins, one of tho greatest guhrdfana of tho keystone Back ]n the game. Eddlo Murphy, utility outflelrt- er and pinch hlllQr 'da luie, and J. Eraklno Major. pitcher; are Ihe olher mcmuera Irom Pennsylvania. Tho Reda havo two pitchers. Ray D. Bressler and Ed. Corner, an out- fielder, S. It. Mugce, A veteran of the ff.imc, aud threo- Djnhert first base', Morrh Italh, second base, and James Smith, third mombera from Penn- sylvania flute. Illinois Ha. a Few Illinois, whom ono end of the premier event will staged.-Is noil in Iho llil. The Pralrlo stste Is rep- reicnleil" bj- seven playorl, ill of whom nro loemlicrj of the Whllo Sol, and ono IM on tho payroll Of jtoda. Thrco of tho Sox lire In Chi- cago. They aro Sullivan, Weaver and Oandll. Hay C. SthalSt, sjld by most crlllcs to b'c Ihe "grealesl catcher of Ihom all." heads lhc Hat from Illinois for the White'Sox, Alone with Sctialk la his understudy, Uyrd Then Ihere Is Hie peppery Oeorge Weaver on tliinl lusc. Arnold Qanrfll. nllas Kuardlati ot Iho Initial sacik, and Orover Ixiwdcrmllk, (be elongat- right hand pitcher, and John If. Sulllvun, alias "Lcfl." a former Chi' ingo .leinl-profcislonal twlrler, make up (do others. .11. o. one tjnie was on; tho.Comiakoy payroll, la Iho only member from tho slate of Abr.ihnm Lincoln ami Ulysses 3. (Irani, on lhc Cinc-innall rosier, and 'us he Is Intimately known, I; The Expenditure of ooo How the last Victory Loan was spent BEFORE buying Victory Bonds again you may want to know how Canada used the money you loaned her last year. Canada borrowed the money to carry credits for Great Britain and our Allies. on the war and to provide- For Demobilization CONSIDERABLY more than one-half pf the Victory Loan 1918 was spent on our soldiers. This included for paying them, .feeding bringing them home, separation allowances to1 their dependents, maintenance of medical services and vocational train-. Ving schools. of the Victory Loan authorized Soldiers' gratuities. 1918 was oh -accoutjt of was spent at Halifax for relief and reconstruction after the. disaster. Other' disbursements were not, qtrictly speaking, expenditures, but National Re-investments. For Trade Extension Great Britain for example: was loaned for the purchase of our wheat and cereals. for other Foodstuffs ifor Canadian built ships., to pay other British obligations in Canada. for our fish. x v r Making m all, advanced to Great Britain, ij To our Allies, we loaned for the purchase of Canadian food- stuffs, raw material and manufactured products. The Re-investments 'will be paid back to Canada in due time, with interest. These credits were absolutely necessary .to secure the orders for Canada because cash rjurchases were impossible. They have had the effect ,of tremendously helping agricultural and industrial workers to tide over the depression that would have followed the Armistice, had we not made these credit loans. As far as rmoney is concerned, 1919 has been, and is as much a war year as 1918. Our main expenditures for war cannot be'completed until well on into 1920. Thus another Victory Loan is ready to buy. ictory "Every Dollar Spent in Canada1 by Canada's Victory Ijxn Committee in en oprralion viih lhc Minister of 1'intAci of Lhe Dominion cf Cinadi, ;