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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta .VOLUME xm. LZTHBRIDtiE, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 6, 1920 NUMBER 252 BROOKLYN EVENS UP WITH INDIANS laise xz Buroa I Lmte, Sb 0 Speaker, ct ........I Smith, it 4 Gardner, ___.. W Johnston, lb ,4 Sevell, u 4 O'Neill, 4 Bajby, p 2 x Graacy 1 zzz 1 AB R H PO A K 401 28 80430 460 000 4 1 National League Nine Got Their Hits in land Failed to Had Only Error in the Teams Recorded Seven and Bagby on Mound for Hits Off Bagby. Score by R. H. E. 01 o o GERMANY MUST EXPLAIN BURNING OF NEW SHIP PARIS, Oct. interallied commission'in .Berlin will be fequest- j ed to investigate the circumstances ot _________ Iho homing-at Hamburg of the Ger- man Eleanor- Bismarck, was RIGA, Polish at In -the port of communkalion received 5 Hamburg and'iras to-nave been the says that to tha lei ment- manufacturers, asked that In order to avoid disaster In Jhis indns- ry'that tiie, present tariff bB.main ained on garments. If, -Le said, the dnty.on pants, shirts, overalls and macklnaw clothing were Items To BeBuel on the Polish Eleven Points Declara- tion TERMS OF.ARSHSTICE PRELIMINJ.RY JCO PEACE RIGA, Oct. agreement for th5 signing of >an armlttlw preliminary to peace, not later than October 8, was reached thla by and M. Domb- skle, and Pollah delefatftiwj respectively. M. Aaaoelit tjiat, fhi details aj reem t nt made. I c that" tfee Pojlth '11 .poKrts beglnnfna of tho'.-jjftsa comerenee1 after M declara- tion. AB Olson, BB 4 J Johnston, lb Griffitb, rf 4 Wheat, 11......... 8 Myers, cf 3 Konetchy, lb..... 8 Kilduff, 2b........ S MlUer, o 3 GrhlJM, p..... 3 H H PO A B 1 1 S i 0 1 .0230 0130 0 1 Z 0 0 0 10 1 0 2 0_ 0 3 I I 00000000 10101000 7 7 1 0 Cleveland........ Broddya........i UHe and and Miller. EBBETS FIELD, Brooklyn, Oct Grimes fitted a fine coat of whitewash to the backs of the Cleve- land-Indians, today, and champions of the National League, walked off the field with a 3 to 0 victory in the second game of the world's series. Grimes' spit- ball tied the backs of the Clevelanders in knots, while Brooklyn's hitting was timely, the National League club getting their hits m clusters which meant runs. A perusal of the box score shows how Cleveland came a cropper, and Brooklyn evened the series. Bach club now has won a game a piece. '_______________________. PArilS.iOcl: oh the., sale, and .consumption, of meatiare being considered by the government Officials 'dare "it seems'necessary to place the people of Paris on rallons during tho winter. WORLD'S COmTSNTION AT TOKYO, WILL PROCEED NEW YORK, Oct. ot tho world's Sunday. school aasocla'tiot 'convention 'in 'Tokyb. 'will' proceed with tha program unchanged, despite destruction by fire yesterday of the hall in which tho convention was-to be held, thjs bffoct being re ceived bore'today at: of the association. No one was inlured in the fire nuurber of Canaalan delefeateB are In attendance at the convention, the BBS slons of which, will, continue uitl Thursday of--neat week! Octa Sapieh, he Polish foreign minister, has left for Riga says a Houter'a dus h'from Warsaw. r- Exodus From Petroflrad -LONDON, Oct 6 to the: Exchange Telegraph and the Central! News, from Helsmgfors, I uote Russian reports of an Incretwing) t xodus from Petrograd in order to es ft0 Violent Slump in Pnce tt 111 capo threatened starvation The dis- _ Drnlers patch.saysHhat persons havel He fermittea, ueaiera Overalls onu mauMiiavf removed or lowered, it Is- certain that .bo'-United States manufacturers would, mako. an attempt to .capture this trade At.the present died .figures to show'United States goods arc on almost a par as rcgorus coot, with Canadian goods, but thai if tbo tariff were American companies would under-BOll Canadian manufacturers. Keep Up Search For Missing Smal GET STRIKERS BACK; MINE OPERATORS WILL NEGOTIATE CARRY STRIKE VOTE (Spsclal to Herald.) FERNIE, Oct strike'vole last nlgnJ. was carried and the mlries both here and at Michel are working with' a reduced force this morning. The .rnanagement .think work will soon oe going with a full..working force again within a aee, J Jolinston; double play, Card er to O'Neill to Johnston to O'Neill; loft on bases, Cleveland 30, ;rooklyn 4, base on balls, oft Grimes off Bagby; 1; hits, oft seron n 6 Innings; .off-TJhle, noho in two nnlngs; struck out bj G'lmes 2, by Ifhle S, losing pitcher, Bagby; time 1-55, umpires Connolly (American) behind plate, O-Day (National) at irst, Dlneen second, Jlem third. attendance pran M 23.8SH, thexsame as yesterday. NEW YORK, ;OcL C- shipment of ten million dojlars in gold arrived here today tie steapmr Olympic from Southampton Most of thft.bul llofl was consigned bj the Bank of England, to the rasorv e baaV The rest was for Kulin, Loeb and company Five.) TEN MILLIONS GOLD REACH N. Reached Mark Jnst Before the Market Closed Today elt-.the toriner that out :oing: trains are crowded. .Fighting With Lithuaniani EIGA. Oct Polish armistice negotiations .are being.rush- ed to a speedy conclnslon, but the ..Hhuanian-Pollsh situation teems havo become more acute. The Polish official statement recelr- id.this'morning reports severe fight- ng'with Lithuanian divisions in the vicinity of Orany, about midway be- ,ween Grodno and Vilna, and adds .hat Lithuanian troops arts fighting alongside Bolshevik troops. Moscow Reign Soon Over CONSTANTINOPLE, Oct. is feeling that the Moscow govern- ment's reign -nill be finished this said Peter B Strove, foreign minister in the' government of Gen eral'-Wi'aiigel in South Russia, who Is fearing Constantinople, for Paris to tafca part in Polish conference "General Wrangel is satisfied with ills present progress. Wo are 'ooldng lowaM holding what we have got We not yet eveu dreaming ot taking Moscow'though we know that the rcrts realise, lion critical is their position "We are working step by organizing as wo go along and try ing to get the confidence of tho public, and only1 with force will the soviet collapse" BLACKMAIL LETTERS TO MORMON BISHOP BRING BIG REWARD MacSWINEY'S CONDITION CONDON, Oct. 6. Terence MaeSwmey, lord mayor of Cork, .passed rather a bad nltfit at Brlx- ton orison, according a bulle tin Issued uy the Irish Self Deter- ninatlon League morning, A physician Is 'quoted as saying MacSwiney's pulse rose a little, which mlfiht bt due to some little excitement, and adds that gener- ally- speaking, the condition of the rriayoe was unchanged today. This' Is'the fifty-Mill day of hunger strike, SALT LAKE, Oct. rewaVi wnn offered Info' Friday- by Charles W. Nibly, presiding'bishop'o( the Mormon'church nnd general man- fcgo.f "o'f' Ihe Utfth-Iilahp Sugar'com- pany, for tho apprehension of tliej author of two loHers received him] threatening .doaljj. unless nrt oW building near tho Salt Lake flats.' HEAT UP OR TO PRISON .NEW YORK, Oct. year In prison awaits apart- rne'tit landlords who fall to give their tenants heat of M. degrees froip'slx a-m. to ton p.m. when ihe temperature outside Is '50 'desfees or lower, tho; health cVmmlssloner 'annpurltsd yes- Declare NEW YORK, Oct. turn Ing point .In men 3 clothing prices in tho United SHtes has been reached but the decline must necessarily be gradual, it was pointed out yesterday b> EH Slrouse, presl dent of the'National Association of Clothiers, representing the manufac- turers of mens rf-xtuy to near cloth ing Observers in the industry agree 10 said, that no violent slump in prices will be permitted Price uncertainty reselling in cur lallment of production, Mr Stronse worked great hardship on he industry. and re- allers will take lo-sses, but pre-war >rlces are far away, be said An invMtlgatlon ot restaurant pricei o determine the truth of the charge hat there has been a profiteering cam- paign among restaurant keepers In York has been promised by A. R llley. of the department of justice. Lower prices in tho linen trade were ndtcated yesterday by an advertise- ment in a trade paper of a largo city firm here, to the effect that the tlmn md (Wine to make a re-adjustment 6 prices: ot .plain white linena, to, meet in other lines ct testllc's WRANdEL MAKES A BIGCAPTURE CONSTANTINOPLE, Oct. (s jporlcd -froifi Sebaslopol lhat the troops.of. (Jchora'l 'Wrangoi's Soulh Hiissian govertimcnt, developing their offensive against Iho Russian soviel torccs-hnvo occupied-I'ctrovlkct and) Npvos on tho coast of the Soa of Azov. Tho reports say OenerAl Wrangel cap- tured more than -four.thousand prison- ers, 12 cannon and 130 machine guns. LLOYD GEORGE TO SPEAK ON HUSH' QUESTION Mauni- wa WexfordlsNow UnderArrefct WEXKORD. Ireland; Oct. rd Corisb, lord mayor ot this city, nd Edward Poley, a: merchant, .who were acting an Judges at-tbo'Weiford )orougb ariltration court in the town laU hore yesterday, were arrested by he police, nfter military forces :had urrounded the building. Both, were taken to'tho mllltiry barracks. Liti- gants and witneases in court were searched but were released. The incident recalls tho arrest of Tefonce MncSwineyi-p lord-mayor of which was mado in August under similar circumstances PLEADED 1LIY CEISFBEHEWK Formf-r Victoria Times Publish- er Given Tern in Peniten- tiary For Theft Wheat changed its antics to Jay and decided up'a bit but on the close It Indicated that perhaps tomorrow It may take a fumble aoaln After from c up It dropped to }2 1B5i on the close. All morn- ing It was practically a steady except in one place: where i it dropped from to but it quickly recovered until )t reach-- ed the mark Just before "tho close. Trading throBflh D E Harris' office was rrut Srlik this morn ing although there was a fair crowd watching the board all morning. Both November and December wheat followed October on the upward trend and so did oats In all three cases Flax tried to even things up by dropoing a few cents right from the opening figures. Rya' rambled around a bit and after openjng at J1.72 ed at the same price. Noverhber wheat C went to I6J4 and clos- ed at December .wheat op; ened at went and closed at October pats opened at 66% and closed at December opened at 61 and ed it S25S and May opened at and closed at ed at and closed it two polnti higher than Ra lowest figure "for the day. Talk around the streets -fore; caste wheat down before long with regaining strength') to In th' LONDON, Oct.' Lloyd (leorge w.IJI speak at Ltanelly on'Fri- day nnd is expected to deal at length with tho Irish situation. Ho probably will analyze Lord Qroy's proposals for a settlement and nlso ex-Premier As- (lulth's which appeared In a letter to the Times The'latlers suggestion' of granting Ireland tho status of fin (lutonorhoiis dominion In tho fiillest and widest senso, fa ro- coivcd with' genoral. skepticism. VICTORIA, B.C., Ort. flth R. Hughes, .prominent- news- paper man, pleaded guilty -to, trje, charge of stealing from thc.Cr.vli Spencers department stbre, for which he was account- ant, and was Immediately to five years In the ponl- tentiary when he was brousht be- fore Mr. In the assire court at noon today, The sentence Is five yean on each of the seven' counts of the Indictments but they are1 -to run concurrently. Hughes took the sentence calm- ly. Police removed him from the dock and took him off to 'begin his sentence, Accompanied by his attorney, H. A. Maclean, K.C., Hughes en- tered the court room today. EIGHT TONS OF FOOD UNFIT FOR USE CON. FiSCATEO AT MONTREAL MONTREAL, Oct. .Food- stuffs confiscated by the Inspector of tho city health -department twien-January 1 and SepterribBr 1 ai being unfit to- human 'eon sumption' tons of mtat, fifty tons of fish and ten tons of vefletablei. SECOND DEATH ON ENNISMORE FARM PKTEHDOItO, Out., Oct. A'sec- oml dciith occurred yesterday as Hie rcfult of the- burning ot a'barn on a farm in -'township, o-wried Timothy t'rougir, i'este'rday attei-v noon. The second victim was John: Urlck, old. Erward Corkery. M years old. who had been assisting nt tho barii was the other Victim.', KANSAS GQVENOR DEMANDS EMBARGO ON CAN. WHEAT HAHPEIl, Kansas. Oct. 6-Govemcr Allen, In an arldreis here jes' announced he had lemwisleil President Wllsoii lo mteUlgalc the CnicaBo Hoard of Tradt wllh n view lo preventing hammering down lie has nuked the president to lay an eraburgo upon Canadian wheat which ho said Is comipg into the'United Stales In with. United Slntes wheat! ;