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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta CHICAGO WHITE SOX WIN, 5-4, IN EXTRA j v GAME VOLUME xn. LKTHBIUDQE., ALBUITA. TUESDAY, OCTODER 7. 1910 NUMBER 251 Kerr Again Wins His Game, WHen Reuther Blows Up Count in Series Now Stands 4 Played Uphill Game and Won Out in Weaver, Jackson and Felsch Had Baiting Togs Most'Exciting.Game of Series is Charged to Pi idicr Ring. 000 013 000 5 10 3 Cincinnati 002 200 000 110 and Schalk; Reuther, Ring and Rariden. Oct. cago won the- ilxth, oame of'the. world's series here today, making a great uphill fight and it jn !hc tcr.ih by a icore of 6 to 4. Kerr pitched the full game, despite be- Ing hit hard, for his teammates were alBo In a hitting mood.- neu- ther, who wen the openlng'game of the series for was knocked out of the cox in "tne sixth the score stand- ing four to" three In the Reds' favcr, no.-ouls_and a' man on sec- ond. A tifnely hit brought'this man the tenth'a double Into right and a single sho.rtly afler enabled-the American Leag- uers to put across the winning run. Box score: THE GAME IN DETAIL FIRST INNING FIRST J. Collins "Ball. IwA. Ball three, ond.. Sirlka'two. .1.' Collins popped lo Ilalb. Bdriie' Collins up. Ball one. Ball. IM-O. Strike one. Strike two. Ko'useh came and Col- low lly. Weaver up. Foul, one. Slrlko-tvVO. Ball one. Wearer THE SCORE Dominion Ganners Supplied' Soldiers With Rotten Beans Enormous Copper Development For Canada Is Assured Charge Made By -Opposition Leader Who Asks Thai Papers be Produced CONTAINED TONS OK GRAVEL .tCHICAGn- V A.B.R. H.P.O.A. E. J. Collins, rf. OTTAWA, Ocl. thai tho soldiers at tho front were supplle.il with adulterated canned food by the Dominion Canners, of ITDuillton and Siincoe, were made 'In tho house to- day. l D. D.' lender of the oppo- sition, said lie was informed (hat canned goods gupp'licil by this compauy and supposedly containing pork and beans for_.con5uraptlon by tho-troops, were found on opeuici; to contain rot- tea a proportion ui pcijulei BULLETINS REDS CAPTURED Ocl. capture of 15.000 Holslic- viki (hiring operations around Voroncszh-'by Gen. Dcnikinc's Iroops is claimed in a comniuni- c.'ilion received" by wireless froni Hie general headquarters today. WILSON IMPROVES WASHINGTON, Oct. ident Wjlsort "showed fnrtlicr E. Collins, Weaver, 3b. Jackson, l.f.. Felsch, c.f. Gdriiiil, 1b. Rlsberfl, s.s. v Schalk, c. Kerr, p....... bo Id, r.fr iniprovcinnct this morning Jnl Icr. a very good nigh'l." and is the aggregate Ihe blones ublcli were nnvmnc; In mil Innt In found invthe canned roods' supplier! ,IJaCK 0 6 1 1 2 0 0 I arose on Hie presentalion ot o motion 5 2 by Mr. MeKenjio calling for Ihe pro- Totals 35 5 10 30 19 CINCINNATI 0 0 by'tho coinpauy would probalj'ly be 0 some carloads. 1 I The1 discussion of canned goods 1J1" 0 3 1 4 2 0-jduoYloD of all papers and 1140 cnctf having any Bearing on contracts 00.0 between the government and the Do minion" Canners, Limited. McKen- Rath, 2b. Daubert, Ib; Groh, 3b. l.f. Duncan, l.f.' Kopf, s.s...... Neale, r.f. Slriko! Rariden, p. Ring, p. 1 2 B 1 -S, 1 .5 1 2 0-2 3 3 t 3 'l 1 0 0 lie read a series of kLLcrs tbrshoV thai there were pebbles in cans .sup- A.B, H, H. P.O. A. E. ikised to conlaln pork and beans: Therg 0; was evidence, lie said, that'elulf White Houscjofliciais said. canned which should not have' i lieeu sent as human food lo auv jier- 0 j son mucji less lo the boys front..] 0 He flsfced for the fullest Inquirr, slat-; W: ing that he .understood evidence Oj support pt the charges-had been laid 01 with the' attorney-general of- Ontario, Largest Interests in the United Stales to Take Hold of Man itobax Properties JACKLING OF UTAH FAME ONE OF THEM Totals Score, 0 QlbuL no action hail teen taken. 1 0 The minister o[ Justice said he had ----------T1 knoivledse of a contract between 38 4 i1 1I_ 0 j ihe government and'.tho Donilnlonj uridcrslood'that the com- jfad a contract with the.British Belgians Demand That Germans -'-Hand For Grimes At Vfcoigne PARIS." Oct o( TORONTO, Oct li on the eve of a great new devel- opment In the copper Industry through the purchase to be com- pleted in a few days of'the enor- mous Fllnflon "mine In northern Manitoba by Hay (Jen, Stone and company, of'Netf York" and Bos- ton, the biggest low grade copper Tn the world. Associat- ed with will be E. C. Jacklina, of New York, well knu-fn as trie engineer and con- structive genius of the Utah Cop- per company. Toronto mining are in- volved In the sale. The six pros- pectojs who discovered the Flin- 'flon.'own one third. John E. Ham- mell, Toronto, owns one fourth, prank Currie of Toronto, one eighth, -and Alexander Faiken, one David Faakcn pur- one sixth Interest and af- ter; spending on the property received.a further Tnler- eil. The pres'ent owners, ii le ex- pected, will dispose of their In- terests .'.completely to Hayden, Stone and company. GreatcGt in World WINNIPEG; '-OcL 7.-r-Considerabl inlferest aroused here in both goi ernment and-miniDg circles by llie port" that the famous low Kra'de copper mine in northern Man tobA has', been bought by Ilayder Slonef'End compa'Djr, of Boston, at price ruir inW 'a huntlrad_m lion It. .ia fnnderslooa. tlia owners will proceed at once I estimated co: Italian Monarch Issues Decree to Ratify theTreaty ignalure of King George and Approval of French Senate All That is Necessary Now to Put World's Most Famous "Document Into Also Ratifies Treaty With Austria by Royal Will Soon Be Offic- ially at Peace.i PARIS, Oct. Victor Emmanuel o[ taly signed, a royal decree raliyfing the German and Aus- rian treaties yesterday, according to a' Milan dispatch-la he Eclair. AWAITS ONLY KING GEORGE'S SIGNATURE' 0? I'M G-rfT-S" i'Saty by M the Klnn of Italy, virtually complete? the steps necessary for putting Into effect the pact between Germany and the allied powerSj which was signed al Veraallles on June 23, and which atlpLjlated.it would become operative when ratified by three great powers. British parliament haa already ratified the treaty and the document now awaits only the signa- ture George before becoming effective in Great Britain. Approval the convention by the French chamber of deputies last week and the senate js_ expected to take similar action on prlday or Saturday. The royal thr Italian monarch must receive'approval from the next parliament, which will meet at Rome ori Dec. T, but It Is considered certain there will be little trouble In securing concurrence. Italy, by the reported action of her king, Is the. first of the to ratify the treaty with Austria. centre... H.was a. liner that landed ,off_Rmg, 3. lielvreen J. was '5 innings, none out In sixth; off Rlnfl, pUcablc to'returned rctrleTGd the lallcr in 5 innings.: 'fiil' by, pitcher: By List.of Criminals news- SECOND INNING '.FIRST- Felsch up. Strike one. ,Dall onev Ball Foul, strike two. jf'elsch sent n long Tly .almost to the bleachtra tbnl'Keale got under aiitl up. 'Foul, strike one. Garidll put a Tex'ae lowanl rlghl, but It foil a few Inches loul. Hall one. Foul, strike two. Kopf took {jandll's bounder and .tossed tu JJaubcrt tor the put-out, nisberg up. 33all P.isLerg liolsted d high one J to Neale. No runs. No-hits, vNo crrors.V SECOND up. .The crowd gave Duncan an ovation-as he stepped lo the Jilalov Strike one. Dall one. Dall two. Duncan ivas safe on Jlisberg's fumble of hi3 groundnr, up. Ball one- Dall two, Dall.thrte. Kcrr became unsteady and walked "Kopf. Nealc up.' Nealo'forced Dun- can nl third, Kerr lo Weaver. Is'calo attempted lo sacrifice, but mndc a oXck throw lo Ihlrd, Itaridcn up. ,Eall one. Bnll tW llarldcn forced Kcalc, Collins lo Hlsberg, Kopf tak- Rlahcrg claimed that N'calc Interfered with him, bntv Llic claim -via .not-followed. Heutlicr- Hall one: neither bounced to'Kerr, ivho threw to lirat for Iho pul-oul. I No JiD-ljlis. One error. THIPB INNING FIRST up. Hall one -Bail two: StrlKe'onc. Dnll ihrec tailed to get tho1 ball over am TrtlKctl Schaltt. Kcir up. Dall.onC Kdrr sacrificed, Groh to Hath, Schalk I gofng ,1. Collins up. J, Colling Hew ou( lo ccnlro. Kddle Col-" Ima ap. -Foul, Blrllro one, Slrlko two. JJimran Hiade a grent running and captured Col II no' liner. In left ccnlre. runs. No iilta. N'o errors, KKCOisu Hath up. Ball one. Strike "one. fiall two. The oulh'clrt jilRyctl In tor Hath, Ralh proved easy. Ktldlo Collins taking his grounter and tossing It lo Qandll. UaubcrL up. Slrihc one, pfinbcrt mada n clean[ slngla to Kddle Collins' head. Groh upx. Strike one. Foul, sirlke two. linll one. Oroh slrucV out. llousch up. one', jDaiibert Blolc second. He Bltpred off thb It hut struggled baclf before KdtTIo Collins colild cakh'hlm., Houscfi woa lilt by one of Kerr's faal ones, but he trolled to Duncan up, ono, Dun- tan doubled to right bringing In Daubcrl nml Roiwch. It' wos B mighty wallop. ,K6p( up, Slriho one. Felsch tan away 'bach and caiiR.it Kopl'g (ly. Two runs. 'Two hits, Isfo errors, FOURTH INNING -FIHS'P up, Tlousnh took AVonter'H lino drlvfl llml ivcnl SYDNEY, Dcikln, former prcfaier-ol Australia, tiled Loilay. .wris premier .of tralicL from 1903 to 1908 with Lhe ex ceplion WD[ a short period the .abor parly was in the Aua- Iralian federal parliambnt In 1904. Defeated on a dlyfsloiKln.' November, 1908, Deakin..agaln-as3Ume1d con- !rol of the federal ._ yin' July, 1309, ailhe head-'of a coallrtbn of .freo traders, prblecllonlsls "and anti-Socialists formed against Ihc lab- or-party, He was completely defeated in the general elections! In and reaigned as prfcrnler. compelled to on his this clause not ripplyinij In relumed men. The minister ciplatned Ihat 'eome-'j times, owing Lo.dlsabllily, soldiers were' alilff to residence on me laniJ- ithtn a specified lime. The bill Tvaa renorted. 'SIXTY DIE ft TRAIN 'WRECK V MEXICO CITY, Oct. per- sons arc to have b'ecn killed Jn the derailment of; a. train running from Laredo lo- Mqnico-Clty Kuhdar. It Is Lelleved the death list -will reach "5 or more. All t her dead were among Ihe, on the STOCJillOMf, Oct. An intercept- ed Iliissfan BolsbeviK wireless mes- sage from Moscow confirms port that the, noishevikl forced to nhandon the town of Dvln'sk, between Russia Poland, says a telegram' rece.ived'here froni-Itcval. The Red troops evacuated the p1a_ce afler been 'defeated In vio- lenl fighting.' Berlin advices relayed Ihrough Oopennagen on October G slated that I'olllni forces had carried llie.forllll- cairns ot Dvfnsfc after two days ol hard fighllng nnd had nil the city with" Ihc exception of a portion south of [be DTlna river In tnelr possession, Ocl., Disagree- mcnl over the rules proposed for (he governing' of the Industrial conference President Wilson resulted In Ihe donference adjourning suddenly lo- day after Franklin secrclary of the Intcrfor, had been elected per- manentTilialrman. l meet again at o'clock this afternoon. -As pro- by committee, Ihe rales pro- vided that nir- conclusions and dccl slons miisl be arrived al-by unanl< mous vote of the three groups rcprC' Renting capital, labor and. the public, while tho of each individual group would fee by a majority of Ihe menibcra'of. lhal group. j tlui.nile waa objected lo by John S. of N'ew delegate re'pre- BfinllriE Iho public.- v. Turk NaHonklisf- Troops Pr cipitale Crisis Government Cannot-Handle1 Wy Says A; Head OcJ. in7 Ihe plan of thp'Greal Veterans' fort gratuities for soldiers', Secretary; MacNelir pre- sented lo "Ihe cpmmilleo on tlic following summary 'of For-senlce In" number, of, grants, For Ecrvice.in.Csn'ada Amount, For Ecrvico in Canada, England and trance, amount' f 260, T'btal :'_ Deduclions'accoiinl' ercess W. S. G. and C. S. pay, financial aid Cost of administration, two per cent of lolal. ActiiBl ercwa cost From Lno'abOTC it Is nssuraeS thai n Nation 1st troops, number upwar of men, .-and commanded by I Mustapba Ktmal Zem, arc reported lo I liare prcclpitaleu In Asia Minor on a rriajoKscale, a s.lfnllar (o that Tvhicli'arose In palraatla "when CapL Gabriels u'AnnunzIo seized the city of Flume, i There is a'CcclIng that the eltuaLlon In has gone- beyond the control" bfMhe''Turkish government anrl tbat the allied powers are helpless it 'do .anything lo. bring pressure ,to bear and .afford an appreciable Telfdf." There are some qUeBllon .whether the powers arc .sufficiently, Inclined lo In- Negotiations Opened PARIS, Alirtna Pasha, ihe, new Tu'rtish grand vizier, has opened-negotiations Mustapha leader, whose, jrodp's'recently look possession" of Ing lora dispatch, from the "special'cor- respondent L'fnforniaLlon at Con- stanllpoplo. percentage l be' unclaimed, or the of re-establishment be not proY-' eu, Amounting to 25 per cent- -Also governmcn't departments; such as land insurance' add Victory, hojids, -absorb lhe.Jfinan-; a further'-25 -per "cent Therefore, .the actual cash outlay "hoiiTrl not. exceed '-C .p.'j presenting Ibis ".plan, It pomlcd ,'out that Lhese were suggcsLi tons, not demands, that the plan study. Labor Head's Opinion OTTAWA, pel. the sold- iers' cbmrnittcc yVa- ,tcrday, Tom Moore, president ot-lhe Canadian Labor Congress, ,wns questioned by Secretary of tho Great. War Veterans' Associa-. lion. He said ihat lauor felt that ev-" ery as far as possible, should be re-ealablished in llie_trado lio was In al enlistment, Agricultural Committee of Commons Sympathetic To Irrigation Extension ed farming, its sue (Special Herald) occupied the attention of the Agricultural Commil- Commons this'morning. W. A. Buchanan, Lethbridge, at the request 6f wed the history of irrigation in Alberta ihe reason for Were on Lackawnnna Disperse Ihe Rioters' Oct." man were fllghtly'huct and.ono'wfts ftportcd vrounded'by a bullet from a IN'PEEtp WINNIPEG, Oct. Vojj, devel- ops that1, there will'bc-no immediate lie-up of Ihc alreet car service as' a resuR of the Injunction ngainst '1m- TncdiaCe Increase of fares.- Following n. meet ing of representatives of the dlfTerent sections of Iho of Ihe Ilailway- company. It wag offlcfally declared "tfiat they In- tend'lo aVoid laklng Rny.-dclion which might in anr way bo an attempt to prejudice the hearing by court 'on and Ihat ''fut- ure action by the mciuwould b'e post- poned until after the court had .dealt with the application "to-Coiil" Injunction." General Manager A. W. AfcLlmpnL announced InaL no lockout was iemplaled ty tha company, but undeif1 the prevailing circumstances, the pony' co.iilil .not accept -.IhO Math- erS' award lor increase of pay. PRES. WILSON IMPROVING WASHINGTbN, Oct, The' f wing bulletin was Issued this forenoon by president's physl- clans: House, Oct, 7r a.m. Improvement has contlnuedS- His appetite is better and he Ts Ruffln, SUtt." ij_-l_: VONDER.GOLTZ 'JOINS BOI.SHEVIKI COPENFIAGEtf, Ocl. Gen.1 yon, der Goltz; commander o! forces (lie Baltic prOTlncea; 'whoso' activities, thcro have rcc'cnlly led lo. sharp eic hinges between the his powers and Germany, has, with atoff, joined the Russian Bolshevik forces, according to a Berlin dispatch to tha.. National -a rcpori .from .the telegraph) Thero Is no confirmation of tKc. report oblalnabio hc'rt. Stockriren of South Meet in v f i Cardston Friday tojConsider Plans For Fighting Mange A mceMng of all stockmen living, (n llm Mange Committee, Ihe Jlagralh. Spring dppolnled ot this mteling with nnd :Cardslon.dla- W.'U. I RpOrLCa WOUItQGQ Df' a IlOJn a XTTIJUUUIU, niLiiurtii uiiu uia- reTOlver this morning when a trfjwJ Mrlcts lias Seen called lor Friday nlglil oelober al 8 o'clock in Lhs Courl of mcD held lip car's (nlo tee of the House o: the committee the present aailatidn for' extension. He enlightened the committee on ihe nature of ifrigal- l 1 l -ff f 11 1 ess and its possibilities. H. M. Shaw, Macleod, H. H. Halliday, Bow River and J.H. Grisdale, Deputy Minister of Agriculture, joined in'thp discussion and ad- .vanced the claims, of'irrigation. i TITe committde was much impressed and sympathetic federal co-opera- tion in further deyfelbpment <5fjjprigalion between the cllr.Ilnd'anf] Tics and .blocks "rjr concrete riled up on the held 'up first al Cardslon. Thq this mccllne (9 to discuss thc'manee sKuatlon ns II exists In theso districts, find to adopt measures car aijtl ultlmVlelj- .Mocked ck' of listen tho crafllcal'on ot Ibis disease. Ihem carrj-lng yrorkmon to the In Jiino of this rear a meeting o( wdnaa Slcel one of the three nil atockmen througlioul the mange local nIanlsYcIosed by (lie strike. Fvisl-! nrca of Albe'rla was called nt Calgary, ladca'pl'rocks "mel tho cnra as thcylA largo ftlienilance waa'prcstint and came The workmen i rhessurea were adopted whereby tho fought. tm'ckiAnd them, cordlng-'lb' polled Inforfnatlon, used i'e.Tolf era: 1'oHcq- hurried- lo the ficcno 1n n patrol'n'nrt quickly put lo night.- 'ft' stock owners would co-operate with tho veterlnarfSns meth- Otltcal and -conalateril dipping of .all cattle, cradlcalc' the inaneo nnd In eo dclnft abulj'ih Hhe A mango dommSttcc, knbwh at 03 chairman. Jlembcra ol-thls cpihiniUee were selected from different parts of the mange area, and were appointed chairmen, of the dis- tricts of Ihe fnange area In -which they -respectively reside. -Meetings of stockmen In Ihe 'differ- ent dlslrlcis- throughout the mnngo-. area are to be held from time lo and which 'are deem- ed necessary for- 'the particular dls- v Iricls In which lire' nYeclinss arc field, arid Ip co-opcralo' wllh Ihe Manga ComraUle'c [In Doping with this mange j mange area has been In enco, Iwcniy years arid, dun ;