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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 1920. THE HERALD PAGE NtNE AtBolloDiOfTlie Basebafl Scafldal Jackson and Williams Give thai Intimation While Vuutiag JttckscaV. Home TORONTO, Oct. Globe 'mpming-publishes the following die- patch from, Greenville, under yesterday's "Joe Jackson and Lefty .Willlame, two of tha o'lght Chicago playcra In- die led aid who ara repotted to have cijttfessed fo'receiving'JS.OOO each fixing ia the 191? world's by iiotor to K .'erai-tta'yi'ai the guests 01 Jacksor "Barents, ttt thejr Jiome.ln a. suhui-KJpf Greenville. BALTIMORE AND ST. PAUL, IN POST-SEASON SERIES BALTIMORE, Oet pott- seaion betwKn and: St. Paul, pennant the International and the Amtriean AMeclatlcn, respective- ly, thlt altirnoon and victor In five out ?f nine ganMifwlil' the beat club outmlde majors, wry ni AUCOO MFLAitlio >feif" Jockey Stretch Is shown as he leJl from hie raou nt Daudy at tho Woodbine this weeV. Tho jockey narrowly escaped injury from his own iiorsa ana two others close behind. WINNIPEG, According to iu; formation received from Presi- dent Stirling of the Canadian Amateur HpcXey -AssociaUou at Port Arthur, some of.' the 'Hockey players who have changed their addressed tie flail months inay find themselves suspeuaed from theVassocIallon. Fresl- Stirling suggests, a 'thorough in-. vestlgillcm'Iato the .mailer and some" they termed said i'today action; taken once. The Manitoba thiif-if probe associajtlpn mil njeet at an early date find met, to confer: Ihe'acitarro the Brandon _ -v- ___ i_i... I, __ ab m importing several players ironi SOMETHING TO GOLF BUT THE LONG GAME SAYS HARRY VARDON up 'in Vase.ljall it tbe bottom of tho scandal.and.tliey intimated thai IJey may he ted tc- make Kraie eipomres. he was through with fiSsehall' and that he. does not Intend toi flveiv play independent ball. -'i-tirgoiHE to he NECK WAS BROKEN :'V DURING SCRIMMAGE; SUCCUMBS PHILADELPHIA, Oct. vin Keppler, 17 years old, captain of the Lockhaven .high school football .team, died .yesterday frorn-a'broken rieck received dur- ing :scrimrnage practice Wednes- day. Before his death Keppler ijxonerated his teammates from all blame. Arthur and other places: club TiJnil star, was a Visitor 16' the city Saturday iii4J: Is taken him ;to Moose Jaw, Charlie'McVey, of the Victorias. Slim Halderson aid Robbie Hcnsen, of the -Falcone, _re- tiirned from Saskatoon'yesferdiy znd arc back at their old jots here today. WEAVER IN STELLAR ROLE, 'irice Return to White Sox Things Are Looking Up._ A Tiie veteran inlielder, Buck Weaver. who was, listed among' the niost .de- lennlned holdouts last s'priiig, ini the game of his life, and is one: of the main coEs.in the winnin 'tions that is keeping tho suppOEedly wrecked Sox right up Weaver's plan to get more dough apparently- failed. Comiskey told him 'that the limit had been set. Buck TC- .mafned -.obdurate until the season started and then got in' touch -vith the old HqmanT Tliat's what Commy flg- nrfe iie'd do. The raUld boya lii Chi- cago had urged C'omlskey ;to trade or sell Buck.' Corrimy had turned a deaf car to this advice. .Tbe agreement finally reached between the 'owner und star isn't known, but from the vay Buck- Isiplaj ins It is evident ttot matters were straightened out Buck started. at third; and his field. ing and terrific hitting, immediately became the main featurd'of; the Soi battlers. Then Kisburg was hurt and Duck WBS shifted to short and took the latter s place MILK with Natural ;L' Jh belter pro ceis of canning. PACIFIC MILK., relaijiB Us natural flavor, "i It !BJ LIKE FRESH CREAM Pacific Miik Co. Ltd. Factories at Ladner and Ahbols- P Burn's 4 Co, Ltd, Distributers and Alta FINE, YIELD LIGHT. GET YOURS NOW. CAR LOTS. FARM PRODUCTS, LTD. Growers and Shippers COALDALE LBTHBRIOOE NOTICE Half-Holiday Wednesday ALL MEAT MAR- KETS oftim city WILL .continue CLOSE EVERY WEDNESDAY at 1 p.m. to send a. olf ball nillaT> has ruined many a ound. Driving It the most spectacular hot on the links but it is not the only Harry-.Yardofy.J5lx hs'mpidu.' who' 15 cow 'tourirlg; thji puntry, hEs.declared amazement "ve'r the large nuoiber of capalle' drivers in the United who eauwhrte are woefully In-e'alct heir, irons'. The'; xcfpra'li aiiisi 'cuuiitlesfl American -amateurs and professionals and falls'to "recall any one who'doesn't get 4-loiig ball rpra tho tee. But be Insists that their ilay through tbe fairway is away qv their .-.The form- er chom'pion of Great Britain excels with his second Knots, the irous to tbe grceu, and ba this shot the most iru'pOTtarit In tbe game. WILLARD is TRAINING _ FOR RETURN TO RING be surprised If Jets Wiilard soon returns to the former champion Isn't going tcwdpn the gloves again out ofj'pure. love, for the game. It l< ,-mpnpy, big Jess wants. yWlliard-.uved almost -from ring and theatrical earn- Ings, but, according, dropped some -.pf'lt In-oil investmeni. The In- formation 'comes from Jack Cur- noted promoter and once man- ager of Willard. Curley says Jess ie iioW'training on-his farm near Lawrence, for a return match with Dempsey. RACE PIGEONS IN AERIAL FUTURITY, NEW Y P R biggest pigeon race ever held. In the United States, and the second largest ever held Is to be flown to St. Louis on'Saturday. Five thous- and pigeons are to compete. The event, held as a feature of the convention Irf the Missouri metro-' polls of druggists, It In the nature of an ,1 uiurUy." Each of the contestants was born and'trained especially for this rape.'- As an aid to Its recruiting, the Army Is taking active Interest in the event, through the pigeon sec- tion of .Signal Corps. The pigeons are to be released In pairs from 250 ditlei and towns, in a 500-mile'radius of St. Louis. OF q The last days of the buffalo. 4J The first attempt at ranching. Cj The old forU of Southern Alberta. Conflicts with the Indians. Cjj The first school, arid the first church tin Southern Alberta. The first attempt at farming. Q The settlement of the. early districts like Macleod. Pincher Creek, Cardston, Leth- bridge, etc. IN THAELL Unloading Going Strong .There are .Many'ifiore subjects but we outline the above to give an idea.of the topics that we have in mind for trie competition. START PREPARING YOUR STORY NOW The Pony Express and Transfer is now under new management All customers Will receive prdmpl dellvety. Light and heavy ying sncl coal hauling a specialty. A. FORSYTH NefcT TO 0006: i 632. Your opportunity to jave many dollars on seasonable high-grade Men's Wear., We have the and we must unload, hence these startling price cuts.v" cuts. MEN'S HIGH-GRADE SUITS, fli the season's styles and cloths. All. our new" fall. Suits, -reg. AA reg.'545.00 AA sale... Suits, reg. J50.00. Suits, ttt AA Sale WiMv Suits, reg. .460.00. AA Sale _ o'o'b" MEN'S .OVERCOATS "All bur now full lines, jouni, men's form-fit