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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta ocTonrcn o, PAGE THREE ".BRINGING UP FATHER" G. McMani' Ty Cobb Is Leading Batter I flilcaeo, Oct. (ho DC-I Mays, Uoaloll Itroil tlar, ami Kiljllc KouflCli, (he tmnl' Kabcr, Chicago'' outfielder with Cincinnati, are TlIis lB17-hal'.inE champions of llie ma- jor Colih, wllh an nvcnigc of .350, fin- llulh, noatbn Uagby, Clevcluml Avers, Washington Leonard, Boston 3-5 22 31 40 16 13 1.S5 41 :M 13 1.91 40 23 13 ___ 33 JO 10 l.SS 37 1C 17 2.10 U5 15 6 2.U Italic (1 wltli a lead of twenty -two points Ilussell, Chicago lover Tris Speaker of Cletelaml, wuo i Johnson, Washington 47 23 1C 1 1 CM! the American I.eaguo tn 19IG. nc-l ihc Xatlonal league, Carey of to iinofllclal averages relcascil piusburg, finished far in front for Itouscli showed (lie way to lliei base stealing honors titiy thefts League bnttcra wllh .343. 1 to lits credit. Including Wednesday's jiolnls ahead of Roger Illornsbv of 31. Loula, his neaic-sl rl- Iral. These llie final of the season'for the- vreslern cams. ni the American 'League- Uie, figlit or'baso a teal! UK honors resulted in surprising shake-up. Chapman of Cleveland going inln Ilic lead fif- hy-four. In four Games Chapman stole his bases, I3obhy Huth, Chapman's kenm niate.-who held Ihe lead a week tifrn, stole fifty-one aurt Couh forty- pilac. Chapman nlso lopped Hie sacrl- picc hitters ivllh Cobb was credited with 224 hits In 1.163 games. 'Ho'cracked them out for Craralh of' Philadelphia, anil tlobcrlaon, pt New York; were' lied In liomc runs, cacli ha'vlnff Irolrc.'Duriu of the cllainptonshili New York dull, lirought Ills lolal or runa scored up lo 10J. Ileinlo Groli ot'Cliiciimali, trail cil liim willi 91. Deal ol Chicago, tup- lied the sacrifice liittcra with twcnty- nllie. Ilornsliy, SI. Louis sliurtslon who finished second to liouscli in Iral i'3331 .Ills re6ernl [three Iw.enly-four triples 'and Jslx lio'mc Tunsl Pipp of .Nrew York, jlioiTcver, leads in circuit liav- Ing made nine up to October 3. I OwnlG -Uusti; the'Detroit EkprtElou, tn possession of fcavlng counted 112'ihbos ivltli Colrti V-fx runs'behind him. Detroit clung I balling honors with .259 with championship Chicago outfit flvo Leading who played In lialf br more of'.their club games: Cobb, IDelroJl, -3SD; Speaker, Cleveland, .3 St.'L-ouls, -34V; Veacli, Oclrclt, Felscli, Chicago, .308; Melnnls, MiiladelpWn, Lewis, Hoslon, Harris, Cleveland, JaeKson, Chicago, .303; Chaimian, Cleveland, 1209. Leading nltchers pnrUcipallne In hhirly-Avo or -morn games, rated ac (cording lo corned runs per game: G. W. L, Kr ClcoLlc, ChlcacQ W 2fi 12 1.5 fcovclesklc, Cleveland 44 19 U 1.78 riilc-REO. Ocl. a of (old anil ralji skies cleared this morning nnd iho prospect lor tlic first ynnto of the world's t-hamjtlcmslili) games Let we en the Chicago Americans and Ihe New York Nationals was for fair weather and a temperature cf alwul Ei3 degrees. Great Crowds. Chicago. Oct. is Ihc great day of all Ihe bascljall world. Tlita afternoon at 2 o'clock, the New York GLmls, cliainnions of the National League and the Chicago White Sot, champions ot liie American Ler.guc, aro to meet the world's cham- pionship. All night long a line of two or tlirec hundred 'persons, Including a, few iromon stood In line walling for Ihc (Ickct office to open M 10 o'clocfc Lhls l when (lie. fifteen thous- and remaining pavilion anJ bleacher seals were to bo pill OD sale. It was cold and most of Ihc night there was t 1 r HIUaL Ul lilt: IJIg.Ui- I n tic naa HiiB. slretchpd Ills hlls for a total ot n rain, punctuated Ircm V- lj- Er- AmlcrEon. New Vork S9 10 3 I.5C I'crrUt, New York'-----35'17 5 1.87 Alexnhder, Philadclphta n5 30 IS l.SS' New York 35 21' 1 1.-S9 S 2.07 quit, reappear before Through. Ilic Ions hours a ghostlr iiie Jenglh aloDE the fence of Comiskoy Park. The reluctant gray ot the morning hail iiot nprearccl when naws boys onably scrlaln Ihat Cicolle wouM fur Cliica'go and Hchupp for York. Second choice was Fish- er for ihc locals aurt Pcrrltt for the invaders. Thu papurs helped won- derfully to while auay the houre until actual [layllghl, which was lull of promise, as llio rain soomed lo have erased definitely, and spirits rose. New "arrivals ca.me now in Kroups and the lines Grow rapidly until they wound but ot sight of ihc ticket windows around corners Into side streets. Vendors ivUh penn- ants, horns aud ot.her noise making devices began lo appear. By seven o'clock, fifteen hundred persons were In the linos. There were -probably (Mrly women nmong (Lent. They were for the most part well dressed nnd prosperous .Appearing. -At tarpaulins were removed from the base lines nnd Iho grounds pronounced reasonahly fit for the. game. It appeared Increfrom that the line-up of gfiinc would te as follows; New York If.; Hcrzog, 2b; Kauff. Zimmerman, Schupp, p, Chicago Collins, rf.; McrMull, 3b; E. Jackson, about Iho' world's and were relieve! of their supplies in short ordcr. papers. It appeared, .were rcas- '''All Kelsch, cf.-, Gandilr lb.; AYcavcr, ss.; Srhqlfc, c.; Cfcoltc, p. Umpires Evans nnd O'Loushlln ol Ihe American League; Idem 'and niglcr.'ot Ihe National League. Xo One JS'cvv Uiiylon Patriotic (Fiom Our On-h Correspontlcnt) Xcw Dayton, Oct. niighL luvo lircti a IKU! accident occurred last week while Mrs. John CFJES. Mrs. Jacob Suhill ami'.Mrs. J. P. Morris- on wero oiil auloiufi when the car ilpivcn by Sirs. Cress turned turtle 1ft the ditch. Xone of ihe occupants were seriously hurt. Mr. Illcaklcy, our local preacher, hid ns farewell last Sunday and left Monday lo resume his' s'ludlea In Princeton During his. short stay here lie mnde many friends. The'vacancy we understand is being temporarily filled by Mr. Griffith. It Is lo lie hoped when we have n permanent man hero, he will be able rouse the alumber- Rrs and perhaps.he able to get then] to believe there arc on" or two other things In this .world oilier than 50 hnshels lo the'acre wheat crops. A liHIe church going vrJII hurl no one and there .is room for a lot ol im provciuenl in Ihc church attendance here even nniongst our .semi-million. nire wheat .'The ladles ,'of, the Red Cross held their usual monthly incctlne Saturday last'when the sum of ?27.aO was clean cd may not Imvo any side walks-lo Loast of hero yet uul we sure have a bunch patriotic ladles who don't hate to lake seat Irani any point Iri-lhis connection. lloljerl Sfeellli, son of T. E. Skeith, acridcniallv got Ihc polr.t of Ihe hi IJogcr on his righl hand cut off when the school door slammed on Thursday last, and is under care oi Dr. McCallum. t (Jo Gee, our local Celestial, has bought o[ C. P: R. lota and vJll erect-a siibalanllal store nnd rea- ArrnnRcmcnlg Imvo now been com-" iilctcrl far the big Held day for the clly scboolfl 10 be held at the grpunds on "thanksEtvlng Day, ihc balance of ihc school pot already run 'ftf[ Will he bold. I Mayor Hnrrtlo will atort Hie first ahTifn. -A special. street will leave Ihc corner of Cth Avc. Imd ?lli Slrcbl at dfie o'clock. The Gall Chafer I.O.11.17 wIJI Tho iavo a booth bn Iho ground v band hn an '.r n lilflclula. ore Announcer, II. KUon; at. DunawortJi; llmckccper, L. 'Tliinsworlh; acorer, ITas. Judges nt Ihc rlnlsli TV. J.' Nelson, Canon McMlllen. micv. C'rnpg nnd ono of the ot- of Hie 7Slh batlery; Hold Judfies ilJ Fleet-wood, C. B., 11. 11. Unjcc, Gray, -Mr. Sharnlea, Mr. Crnivford, Miss Gow, Mrs. DclmUcr. Mlaa Hardy, Miss Ilrodlc, Mra. Itli- clilc. poslng guards could not hold down, hence the-lrigh score. The game started out wllh Ihc FORMER CHAMPION DEFEATED TWICE Boston, Ocli Evelyn Seirs, former .woman's nallonnl tennis champion, waa dcfe.ileil twice In the flual events of the wonmn'a patriotic: tennis" tournament nt the Lflngwood Cricket In the Itnnla of Iho singles she went ilown before Mrs. U. 'B. Cole, II., of Ilqston, G-2, 6-2. In Ihn doubles, p.iir- cd'wlth Mra. A, A. SinirilefT, she was on the losing end of a malch wllh Mrs. George W. Wightman. another fovmcr woman's ttlld holder, and Miss It. Hears.- Th'e acoro was G-3, 1 Mr; and MM. WJelifman, fn Ihc rriis- cd doubles, defeated Mtas Elcannrn II. Scars and Harry .Tolinson, Iho slnlo alugles chnmi'Ion, 6-4, 6-2.. Ueda taking the lead. For ten mln- tlio game waged even, then tlic fireworks began. The "Y" forwards M. Dunsworlh, CosgrKf nnd L. Duns- worth' In Ihls lasl part of the halt mnde Bonie brilliant combinnllon play's which coupled with sopie sure shooting turned (lie trick In good style. The team sure sprung -T dark '.-orgc on the tans laat night on Cos- grlrffi first; npcparanco. BrtscbaJl sccma not. to llie' only game ;nt which he shines, lie figured very strong In Hie "Y" scoring. and com- 'ilnatloii, ringing up clean field Ueiil. John Mflchafflc, ROII A. Macliafllc, ol OnkvJJlo, manigor of the at Win- nipeg, has been killed In'ncll.cn. A Man Saw a Mitchell hrJiad have so lie left us his .Jet (o hut the the MiUrhcll says can put your owii price oil it. Hlill (licy rave'iifiKji'ji. ihc, Jligh Livi.ng. 1' v Bijou Paripra V OF SERVICE '_.'.. FIFTH STREET SOUTH LETHBRIME, .Mo.. Sent, sale of the Kansas City .club lo O. YanlamDGbam, hy George Tehean has off because of tho move- roent'oh'thc part nf Iho eastern mem- bers of the American Association ctr- cult IhreatrtiinK lo leave lliat liody and unite' willi TlaUiraorc. Toronto and Montreal or 1'rovidcncc in forming a new league. Vanalfinlng- ham wanted a chili AA and If the present rupture occurs Kansas' Clly 'will Lc back in I he. Western II is salrl Rt. Pnul, Minneapolis, Mil waiikcB nnd Kunsas Clly, with Omaha, DCS Jlolncs, Denver ;md St. Josepl will form the new Western league rlr- cuit, vrilh Thomas Ulckcy ttcnt and I'd. Harrows as president ol the new league In -contemplation; It has now leaked out (hat, the Am- erican Association called nft Ihclr in (erchnngc of sanies with the Inlc-rn.T llonal league licratiac nf (lie (Urorvlciv jaskets. For Ihe losers, special mention, ia od. split, (o Tcbcan, Canl'lllon Kelly, objected. Wntliaui. and James In rtue olso the their forwiml line, diauapblia tire tho leaders In the Miirrny, nldpalli nnn Plckett, nil piny- George. Telcftu IB aurant on Ihcui.- John -Forslyn has Everyone who heard Pi of. Alexan- der's lectures at (lie V. M. C. A. ll.il I Friday night away delighlcil. It. being the general impression ihal II was the best of llio series so -far given. Summed' up- In o few worris Ihc speaker held ilmt mothers .not niinionairo.q were Iho real benefac- tors of tho world, nnd that every boy donned Ilic khaki had muse uml lots now occupied by Geq. Jorelaiid nnd will move into the iDiiso next week. J. A. Ciininiings representing Strong i Dowlcr, Lcthbrldsc. w'ng n. visitor Thursday in ttin liis firm. J. 1'arr, provincial superintend en I of Ihc Alberla Pacific (iFain Co., spent here, lie reports Ihe hua- iness here In his line In flourishing condtlton. If tho plans niiirli aro wniler way ninturc we arc shortly LO havu fi danco liqll and moving picture houso In our midsl. Ono of our cnlcrpvisinfi young Inpja men line llie mailer in hand anci expects lo put Ihc deal through shortly. Threshing, is nhoul over. Serora of Ihc' outfits tied this week. Evcryonp Is busy with Ihc nml as someone rcinarKctl the other day Ihe fnrmor who has not every furrow turned Ihis fnll had icr quit. 11 liaa been a long lime since such n farorahlc opportunity ottered itself for gelling land In shape in the fall and tho farmers .around here nrc certainly taking advantage of II. done ihorc than the rich man who had purchased the given of his wealth. Nol lo do Ereat and wonderful things, ml thoroughly attending ID' the com- mon duties of life. Arousing Hie ing; an aRgresslvc game, but lockius deavortng to buy Ihd Ilcnver, franchise In defenslTe play. H can be said jr0n) Jones for his son. Robert, without dispute Hint the Heds have INLAND REVENUE good comhlnallon an any. team In (he league, nlripnth and dtd Iho bulk of Ihclr snooting, the for nicr niRMnB five field baskets and (ho latter four field and sis foul has- hcls. The following Is Iho line-up and Individual scores: Korw.ird M. Duiisworlh 8 "W. Murray ..14 CosgrKt.......10 Jtlrfpath ..10 Centre Dunswnrlli ..21 J. Pfcfcclt r.. 2 Ounrcls CI. Mcfvor......4 J. Sliand Z A. DoMrmhay 2 M. Padmvskl 2 'Total 61 Tolal OeO, McKUlop. LEAGUE STANDING, Monarch a "Y" Btnrs A great Jierd of caribou la reported nl tho head of Fnriy, Mllo river, west of IJflTTJon. Ono "waited, for thrco hours for Iho herd to pass hjni Ff> Ihitl'lm tould make hie way along Iho public- rotttl. Tlie nf cflrl- boil ranging across (he cntlro bfllt of nevoral hundreds of miles It, Bl u or ft .Qtlll Kansas Knnsa Ihc wlu rcprcscutud tty and both. Clly would have been franchise of in llio American league but for Us [jcoeraph- hunger for knowledge and direction the ambitions of youth luto channels ol usefulness would do more Tor llio than simply giving money. Tonight I'rol. Alesaniler gives his lecture on children without Ibe use of ihe rod. Sunday'he lectures at the Slarlaml- Ihe.iLre ib men only at 3 p.ni. and S.80 p. in. on heredity and social evils. The lectures will continue nest ivcek, Monday and Tuesday being on "Health and while OIL Thursday ho speaks .on "Lovo, Court- .Marriage and Jealousy." On his last visit many were unable lo gain Gdtnittancc lo this lecture and' in Edmonton where ho baa been re- cently, th_c crowd was. so that hundreds were turned away. Why Buy Suits or from WE HAVE THE OOOD6 ANO AT PRICES THAT ARE BEAT. 200 PIECES TO SELECT FROM, Prlce'sffroin up.; SATISFACTION Scotland'Woolen 309 FIFTH 3T. fl, L BLOCK V-. LETHDRlOQE Vancouver, Ocl. revenue returns for September totalled 142, an amount fnr In excess ot any In tho hlntnry of tho pprL .As the fgurea ______ show, the returns wero mndc prlncl- location. Dan Johnson, In an in-1 pally on liquor liclng hurried out of Cllv would I liomlcd 'warehouses' prior (o prohihf- nulilrav WaslilnRlou .two fo one, anil j lion coming Into force. Ha record while tu ihe t'cdcral _. and American Aasocladon proves U one of the bcsl baseball towns fn (he country. Whether Ihe fana of Kansna Clly will lake to Woalprn league baseball' ia a nucallon. Thry feel llicy would bo cIclerlortillnB In claaalflcnLlou anil resent llie movement by rcfuafrig lo Slvo nalronago to Hie team. JorKn. on tho other hand, Is' mnk- Ing n fight for a hcrlh in Ihc new league In nltsre ofJJcnVor, and is-ad- vancing iho- claim In loo far vrcat prove A handfcajj Jn- alcad of flri ndyflnlage In thb tontcm- plftlcd leaS'.JC, George -Toboan Is makings fight ,lo ilisrupllon of Ihc Amcrl- ccin "Aasoclalion nnd threatens to.lake' ma JI era Into Court K ncccESary.- .The TaloMrs, leabclla Miller, Porlh, Iftft lietiucRls.of from lo felalfTC-a and Institutions; ami her nombV 'IUrf- plfl.ce, ol Penh to ho nacd as a .home for rdVynH sol-' The Canndiau'Y.M.C.A! Is spcndlnR in creeling 'n (iva elorcy building on Ilic slle of London's form- er .music (he Tirolf. This se- rial cchlrc for Cnnndlan soldiers v.'lll lure 250 beds, billiards and concert room, Information nnd officers sfght- sceJjig bureau, for IrJija nrountl Kng- land, In f.ict .everything soldiers on leave rail .desire, NATIONAL OFFICIAL STANDING New York. Ocl- oldclal sl.imling ol basi- liallcluba tnd of the 1017 jionDAnt racfl voa announced at hcnif- w. u i'ci. York rhlladcittiln SI. J-ouls 'V, Cincinnati Chtcsgo ..'_' llrookljn Plllsbure It 6s :'.572 S2 TO .535 7S 70 .500 74 44 -Ail M SI .411 10' 81 61 103 .391 Battery Station We shall be glad to explain THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN OUR STORAGE BATTEHlES AND OTHER KINn. THERE ARE MANY POINTS OF SUPERIORITY IN OUR BATTERIES THAT THE AVER. AGE 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 OR 'LIGHTING PURPOSES, COME SEE CQ. HARRY HOLHAN, ;