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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta CINCINNATI TAKES FIFTH GAME OF THE WORLD'S SERIES VOLUME XII, LtiTHBlUUOIl. ALBKhTA. MONDAY. OGTODKK C, 1919 XUMUEK 250 BRITISH Hod Eller Blanks Sox; Sets Up New Strikeout Record Cincinnati Takes Fifth Game Pitches Unbeatable Cracks In the Have Only One More Game to Win to Cinch and Rousch Do Good Work With Strikes Out Nine. TTLE R. H. E. Cincinnati............. 000 004 540 Chicago 000 000 0 3 3 and Rariden; S chalkj Lynn. Williams, Mayer and CHICAGO, Oct. won the fifth game of the world's scries from tha Chicago American League champions here today fay a score of 5 lo.O. Ellen's pitching (or the visitors wai almost n perfect exhibition of twirling aklll.. He allowed the American Leaguers three h'iLs scattered Into HE many Innings, retired nine of them by the stride and was himself in the plays in IheT'sTxth Inning that netted Cincinnati four runs. In this round he got a double and by good base running "landed on third. The support accorded him by his teammates -was flawless.. On the other hand, Williams, while he allowed but four Kits, wag slightly- wild. His teammates did not support him as as Hie Reds cupported Eller and the visitors succeeded In getting hits off him at nn opportune moment. The series now Elands Cincinnati, 4-1. Chicago, 1-4.' Arkansas Negroes Planned a Big Massacre of Whites HELENA, Ark-, of In southern County, ol which this city Is the1 seal ol government, had planned a general slaughter cf white people in. Ihii" locality today, according to members of the committee of seven'appointed by cuil authorities with the eanclion cf Governor B rough, who announced .yest.jrday that confessions made by come of the captured ncgryes and oihcr information indicated a wide- spread plot. Members of the committee said the p'ans of the negroes Included an uprising in the event of certain demands r.ot being met. British Railway Men Go Back To Work; New Agreement tobe Negotiated; Both Sides Satisfied O NEXT MONDi.Y IS THANKSGIVING DAY Italy to Ratify the Peace Treaty by Royal Decree PARS, Oct. EG a dispatch from Rome, a royal decree ratifying the peace treaty Germany will be signed today. THE GAME IN DETAIL F1R3J INNING Haiti up. Strike bite. Ball. one. Jackson played .hear the "four Hoc while' Hath was, 1iaCjLinK.WBa11-.Lwo.' Strike two...Ball' three. -Bath started _lhe -'gaihe by yi Dauber lalil i.'down a sacrifice. first, -Rath play." Groh ;ip. fly lo Fclscli and' Hath "held' second. IlauECh. up'. 'Ball one. Strike "one. -ilouscli oul, GflnJil the foriner 'going' over .toward .second lo fiCl the ball ivliile' Will'mns. hurriml over to and received the throw. funs': No" hits. Xo tfro'rs. .LAST- up. The THE .BOX SCOUE Rath, CINCINNATI .-JA.B.R.H.P.O.A.E. 3 1 2. C 3 1 -.4 2 .1 '0 0 11 0 1 1 ,2 Grqh, 3b Rousch, cf Neale, rt Totals Claimed Jugo-SIavs Are Mis- treating Kalians and'- DC- straying Ilalinn Properly RQ.ME, Oct." dispatch to. -Ilic liluj, Xiizionale froni Epakvlq says i to the recent trouble-'at (TrKU. Jugoslavs are destroying; Ilal- Ian properly and "mislre.AjIng Italian girl' was-killed' 1n tli'o i street because she-wag wearing tho 'Italian tiie "dispatch 'adds. Italian sailors, Tvhq landed for siip- Jl _j ll _1 pljes, had lo Lc escortt'il by American sailors in order that they might Lc j protected from the insulls ot Hie mobs. 1 o. 10 1 o 0 4 0 Litbold, r.f. E. Collins, Weaver, 3b. Jackeorij l.f. ......'28 -5- -4 27 11 0 CH1CAGO- -A.B.R-H.P.O.A. E. crowd yelled encouragement In Hie i c.f....... Sox'as Ucbold came to bat. Hall one. 'Gandil, '1b. ..I JJall two. Strike one. Koul, strJXe two. Hall three, LiclioUl started Hie Schalk, c.....'.. SOK naif by walking lo tiller's .l.ymi, balls all were low anrt on the outside. (Williams, p. Eddie Collins up. Ilall one. Hall two. j Eller aecineil lo getting .Mayer, p....... It over nnd Dauhert came ID" the box; 0 0 0 0 0 .2 0-0 0 0 0 '0 0 0 0 1 0 0 bo and tried to steady him.-" Strike one. Eddie Collins -was out, Kopf to Dan- bert, but IJcbold made second, The Totals. 30 p play a! flrsl mas very close.- Weaver Cincinnati for wmiams'lri Score by Innirtgj un. Strike one. Weaver alnglcd and Deltoid dashed to third. Jnckson tip. Slrike one. Luriiie started lo warm up for Clnclnrmll. Foul, strike two. Chicago Summary; Two-base hit: hits: House the Turkish- cablnei fallowing' Hie oc cupaUon by Turk Nationalist troops 3 27 7 Konieb, an important cily.c-r-AsIc eighth, i .Minor, connected by railroad trains I with Smyrna and Scutari, 15 consider (HM French circles as creating a ........000 000 j situation In Asia Minor .and tbe development of another importan hit: Eller. .Three-base. problem for the pence conference Stolen base; Tne .Yoiing Turks arc lhouBlffI6 be J-'elsch-np. strike one. high fly IhaL Duncan'captured. No runs. One'hll. No errors. SECOND INNING In eight Inning's; 6lf Mayer FI1IST up., Eller none In ont'Inning. 'Struck oul: By EQcmed n hit ir.'ld. out liinuolf jWillil'im 3; by'EllEr 9-.. Passed ball: out of what rippearcil to be a barl hole. iSchalk. Loalng pitcher: Williams. Slrlko one. (Btrike Iwo. lioll one.'Time of garrie: 1.45. Ulffplrea: Rlg the plnfc nnd captnrcd. Hath up. Strike one. Hall one. Strike Iwd. Kalh p'oniwtl nn cnay.Coiil to Ganrtll. Wllltemg .seemed to be working Jn form NO rims. Mo hits. No errors. SECOND. up. enc, by sail water thrown Into the air. BULLETINS 'viri n i r Uct. b. FIVE ARE DEAD IN REAR-END COLLISION Oct. arc dead ancf 1-1 Injured, threes serious Wages To Be Not Less Than 51 Shillings a for Any Adult Worker While Cost of Living is at Present Level Sides Claim ment Reached on Sunday Go Back to Work at Once. LONDON, Oct. strike of railway men, which lias been in progress on-the British railways since midnight, Sept. 26, was settled today. Settlement followed a meeting between Premier Lloyd eorge and members of the executive board of the .National: Union of Railwaymen, which was arranged at last night's conference between Andrew Bonar Law and the conciliation committee of trades unions. J, Raspberry, "South on, Liberal, Sam Car- Icr not pledged to sup- port De war L) WASHINGTON, Oct. Wilson's Illness bas cast a deep gloom over W.ashlnglori, Ti'hich Is 'intetisilied TJT Ihc'knowleagG thai his condition IB: fat the balance ot ol came_.wheu Dr..F X. Dercum; lioted aliemal. was called Into copaullatiob. Up to that time there-had been a general misunder swndlus -aL'-lbe president's ,lhe 'newspaper cor'res fjondents who TVCFC on the western tour 'and witnessed some Incidents foretold the collapse that .came at Pueblo, Col. From the'moat reliable sources il is learned that "those 'surrounding Mr. Wilson's bedside feel that his condi- lion is extreme, in fact, llial no recovery.can be expected to progress -beyond invalidlsra. JL.was said today by CEG-.regarded as re- flecting the Inside or Uie While House lliafaliouIdMr. Wilson survive the present, illness he' will not be able again to-lake the reins aa president, House Hurries Home PARIS, Oct. E. M. House, of the American .peace delegation, ac companied by flfrs. Uausc. left Paris for the sleamer Northern Pacific. It. by Col. llouge iha I' his plans on arriving in the Uniled'Staies were'uncertain. He ei- pccla to. see Prcsjdfctit Wilson as soon as the .able lo receive visitors nnrl said, Vic was ready lo re-! lurn or do anything else' tho pTesideht'wisnea'hlin to do. Col. llouso sild Lhe supreme coun- cil probably will continue Us sessions In Paris for an Indefinite period .and that'President'Wilson, alter ratifica- tion of .lhc German _lrealy by three ot Iho would call tho. .Jeasuc of nalipna executive council, to be held In Paris, as II would be Impossible for the mem- bers lo go to Washington for llfcsrtonlghL They will sal] Lhe Unlled.Slales Monday on THE BASIS OF SETTLEMENT LONDON, Oct. official terms Of lhe .settlement of the. strike are as follows: (I) Work will be resumed Im- mediately. (2) Negotiations will be re- turned on the understanding that they shall be completed before, the end of (3) Wages shall be stabilized; at the preienl level until Sept. 20, 1920, and at any time after-Aug. 1. they rnay be reviewed In light of circumstances'iherf ing. (4) No adult railwaynien in Britain shall (esc -.than -_ above ths pre-war (5) .The railway union agrees that tnefr work ibuely withMhe men Whb.retur.neci to work'or Who remained'at work during the Norahall there lie any victimization of strikers. (6) Arrears of wages paid on reiumpiiori of work. RAILWAYS IN OPERATtON AGAIN LONDON, Oct. Brit- ain's railway again. in operation today a? the result of the settlement yesterday of the tig railroad averting what threatened -to develop' Into -an ominous spread of the- nation's labor troubles. Virtually every man engaged in railroad work'in London returned to'his duty be- 'fore 9 o'clock this mornTnfl. The various fall services did not speedily reach the; normal however, because of the displace- menl of the railroad'material that had resulted from the tuipenslon of work. In the country dlilrlcti also lhe resumption wai general, except In Iha outlying districts, where telegrams' announcing the settlement and ordering the men to work could not be ed last night. The railroad com- panics prorhlaed today that vlr-. tually regular service would be In operation on their lirea tomorrow. NO VICTORY FOR EITHER SIDE LONDON, OcL and salisfncllon la ezpressed. .bj-; newspapers'over llie'BGtUcnient of. the railroad, strike. A majbrity of newspapers maintain liat neither side Attempt to Arrive at Common Ground For Future of Industry WASHINGTON, afterward, jrhich Ja the period the brought the nation's Industrial 'clean" settlement" and hopes the-' strjke finally ..that- ;epjpt b'y rallvay'ineii to slun Ion will always :1 .The Mall. dccllnea ID .discuss, the lor ins and Bays: "H-tliey satisfy the railwaymen.thoy" will satisfy everybody." 11 ndds: "Although it has been a cosily les- son, It has been-demonstrated that-fi atrite, when resolutely faced, ''must The Chronicle contends the-strike ended "without a full realization of the casaslropbe, dae mainly to the per- sonal knowledge -of Premier Lloyd George.and those labor leaders who realized 1n lime that the country-was disgusted." The' Kewa maintains the coniro-- Tersy was coded, with credit to--all concerned and says: "The defeat of either could nol have been satisfactory. Doth can claim. puce with honor, tho men's gains be- ing far greater than Is 'evidenL in (be concrete icJTES-eJ the flBlUemenl." Asserting thai the terrrii ffo not'dlf: fer materially from those oMercd on the of the'striko by the govern- PqatBaTs: "The strike wan a. disastrous and Ignojnlnous fEiluro-and- destroyed .lhe menace ot the triple alliance to the RAILWAY MEN CLAIM VICTORY The Graphic declares: "The government yielded too while the Herald, labor.organ, says: "Tho attempt of, lhe government ft ml capitalists lo smash trades union- ism "and inaugurate an Tow wages la defeated "'and the Gcddes situation, brothers, (Sir'Kric fleddcs, minister LJ- Ged, Saar valley' _ _ ___ I Col. Ifousc ndded-that this meeting of Iho executive council likely would IJll AppeJIC L.3KC3 only wllh' the Saar valley prob- ...ought lo Q point regarded "criMcRl, of Iransporl, and Sir_ Aucl____ ___ Ircaly allows lhc council after lhc rail- because of Increasing Conlrorcray he-J dcs, rololeter of national service and1 flcallon of llio treaty, lo sctllo the iwcen cnpllal and organized hnre bceri routedi-It' Thursday Inxniion Re- lerng, IcavlnK.olhpr.mftttcrs for a later meeting In RE01NA. OcL an inspec- tion of military find rnminled police barrncks (his morning, (Ko Prince' of Wales lelt for Irom which trip over lhe Qu'Appclle liifcos Thiiraday night. This expedition i3 In tho nature of a relflxatlon from the I official ceremonies connected ivith lhe ia' and there will be no fnnclions of any hind during the next (cw days. The royal parly will.reach Portage" BELGIAN RpYALTY MAY, DURING THE DAY Ircd here today where representatives was a Rreal of the three great elements (n nation- STRIKERS SEEM i al Inbor and lhe public QUITE SATISFIED to sll In conference, thclf} LONDON, OcU of aim, as expressed in Iho Words of National Union or lUMwaymen, Gen; Dcmkinc's Iroops nrc wilh- fii 30 miles of Orel; oil ilic road fo Moscow, aiuMhc Uolahcviki, who Iiavc been him, _ ly la Trfllrle fend Urandon Friday next as lhc FC3t'lL of a rear-fernl collt- 1 for short, lo lhe Manlfobn occurred Saturday: evening nnil Ihcn proceed to WJnnlpes for, arc suiTcnilcring in grcrtl num- bers, lo n wireless dis- palch from -I lie' Cbs.irilk niili- record'for world's series play Unlslicvik received here-- page ten.) on lhc Duffalq Lnkrf Krle traction lino between Dunkirk nnd Frcdonla. r MINERS ON STRIKE JOHNSTOWX, Pfl., Oct. Ihotisand miners employed tn 2G In- dependent coal mlne-3 of (Ms dlsirlct went on strike today Jn accordance with JnntrueUona iasneii ycstcrdfty 1jy unfnn officials. The atrlko is saM to hnvo been called becauso (he rnajorily of optrnlors sjgn AJic union scale. a-four. day slay (here. Preglflcnt Wilson when, he Issued the lhe strike which wag'settled call for the niceMng, will be to arrive declare their satisfaction, nt J'some common ground ol lhe arrangtmfent In a letter to the nicnt and action with regard to -the j Herald, organ o( union labor. future condition of Industrr." "The men stood cut square, The conlerence, ivhlcK ivlll be held'mined'lo secure victory or go do.wV in lhe pan-American bulJdlng, bo nerlarcs J' H, Thomas, cec-- opened o'clock, Wil-'. relnry ol the leader" of. the son, acting for I'res.Irtent Wilson, will strike. "The settiemcnt brings home' lhe meeting to order.and reside -Mr, Thomas nppcals (n' organleallon Is which tho rallwaymcn to consolidate' ihelr will include the selection pi a perma- orgaulzal'ori and to make their forces- rent .chairman. stronger than ever, so as loT'g'ftin for Railways Represented members a-higher alandaM of v lallrca of. all Iho rallTOad. C- T. Crntnp, president ol -the .Ni- _____ Ions, including1 lhe four big brother-'ilonal Railway men's Union, saya In ft NEW-YORK, Oct.. national1'1001'3' wl" parllrlpnlc In Iha Indus- message lo the Herald: een Klizauein n arrlred here !rom Hoslon s lay It Is oxpecte idlan side, SPEED EVENTS POSTPONED motorcycle races scheduled for Iho Sheepslicad Spoetlway here loday were poalponcd .until October If, ow to th'o wcallicf IracJt.'ivIilch maflc Plan Washington Visit KEOhVA, OcL B. OrlpE, mllitaTj-secretary, lo the Prlnco C0mpciit'on at lilgh speed dangerous. of WnlOH, left here yeslerday for >n ty corlfcr with the prince's vlail lo.Washington And Nctf York In Noremher, Floyond the fnct thai'lhe royal parly will spend Ihe. anniversary of armis- tied day In Washington, no of tho United Slates ilsW here been Eel- tlcf] yd so far fvs known by Uie "iTrmcc'e staft-horo.' AUT'O'RACES POSTPONED Ohio, Oot. auto sweepalakeg tho 'CJiKilnnati spfcrl- way today, Vrna poalpOTied unlll next SilurJay, on account of 1 r'afc, "While we did not obtain the .for- we seL.forlh ,ln lhe trial contcrcn'cc which'.bgclns hero'thla afternoon. Tfmoiby Shea, o( the fire- ......______............__________T men, announced after a conference of lutton, wo obtained terms cciually the union heads'. fivhich ivill glvo Iho rail'wayrncn- lhc The 11 road men accepted, the com-jsamc thing.In effect. Our 'men proposal ot Prcaldonl Wilson broken the lhe first attack proi that, the four brotherhoods fiare.-ono delegate each And the iated with Iho American Federation of Labor ue the fed- eration's Berl.M, Jowcll, flfcllng president of the.railway employees' the federation, will participate as' a for Iho public. made upon the.-entire working class and no doubl this apfcndld' stand will save worVera -irbm a degraded stahd-V- ard of- J. Cromloy, Secretary of tho Soclely.-. of Firemen and flcltlfiincnt la tory. There greater Vnlue appears fl I ;