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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta J THE LETrtBRItXJE-bAlLY HERALB MARKET REPORTS r "V Markm iJlo.K; :337, J10.J5 WINNIPEG, Oct. avMacfcrHVIlP to One during the hnr hundred and seven wethers :es heavSy from the: ill made Eighty nine ewes aver-' marks and destroyed wtat other-i sglng 108, have been a strong market No jrery firm'undertone. Tire tut ket higher and made abotit'i'ceats and waa steady ,o major part of the moraine. of trade, kovover was 55 S-S, May, 60 3-8. fct The cash wheat market' Sterling Exchange NEW YORK. Oct. ex- Ive with; a good demand for hogs were Chicago Close CHICAGO, ISJj Siarch 185 1-2. 7-8; May, 80 6-8; Ttteern. '-There was a very nar- it trade in the coarse grains ictiatldhs' wero in sympathy cloMK] and Ic higher; Ic Iowe4 Vf oetobu, lower an4 Wte down for May, Ic lowif.'firr'October and un- ryo 1 34c flax Jc lover for October, foi NowmbCT and Clots change Demand ca- bles KH4 Canadian dollars 8 per cent dto mettle t 7 do- S7 J pi W1NO, MaAifer T. HOFKIRK; Dr.nditi r After Vulcanizing yonr tires look tha eatne M' ,'trtto' out of lha stock, and you kn6w Uu colt .Of, nttcinlzing la only a of the cost ot new casings. Wi'SM nrar M ikoot tobM.and add nwr miles Leihbridge YatcaBizing Works PHONE 1M4 LETHBRIDOE 712 3rd AVE. 3, I'AGE strike 3. Mill) hit Into a double OtMh-to Kildnfl to Koaetchy.-i No rani, one hit, no errors. Brcoklyiv-OUoa np. Ball 1, Lall 2, striki Olson to Speaker, lotiniton np. Ball 1, strike 1, strike 2. JohnMon out, -Nels up. Ball l.'stnte 1. Walls cuHed a wicked jreak and kept O'.S'eill jumping. Nels jopped.out to runs, no iHt, no errors.: SIXTH INNINQ I up. Strike 1, bal! 1. Brans filed to Wheat. Wambs-j Up. Smith tossed Wambsganss out at first. Speaker up. Ball one.i strike li ;Speaker fouled to Kouetchy.j rtins, no hits, no errors. np. 'Ball 1, foul, strike 1, foiil atrlke 2. ball 2, foul. Wheat fouled out lo Burne, reach- ejl orer Into tho spectaiora box to tatch'the'ball with one hand. Myers lip. Ball 1, foul strike 1, ball 2. strike Myers singled Into left field. Ko- setchy up. Ball 1. Konetchy hit Into a double Sewell to runs, one no er- SEVENTH INNING up. -Strike 1, foul Btrike.2'. whlGsd. Gardner 3ardher ouli Kildutl, to Konotchr. Wood up; Ball 1. Kilduff also threw at first. Tha Clerelanders cpmnletely nonplussed by Brnitn's runs, no no .errors. 1 Ball 1, strike 1, ball 2, bail 3. Kilduff got a base on up, Sfiller sacrificed, Malls to Burns. Smith up. Ball one, foul strike' I) striko 2. Smith hit a long foul oTer the right field fence. It was foul'by only a few feel. Smith whiffed.-taking a -vicious awing at tbe tblrd Olson up. Ball 1, ball 2, ball 3. foiil striko 1, fjul strike two. Olaon got a base on balls. Johnston up. Ball 1, bail 2, strike I, strike 2, bail 3. Sewell threw put Johnston at runs, no hits, no errors. EiGHTH INNING up. Slriko I, ball 1." Sewell grounded out to Konetchy. O'Nemup. Bajl 1, ball slrike 1. Strike 2. O'Neill got a Texas leaguer in lelt'centre. Nunamaker batted for 'Mails afid JamJeson ran for O'Neill. Nimamniter hit Into a double play, Jobristpn' to Kilduff to runs, one hit, no errors. pitching for Cleve- Kunaraaker took O'Neill's place behind ihe bat. Nels up. Strike one, ball 1. Nels sent a long fly to Evans. Wheat up. Foul strike 1, ball 1, foul strike g, foul. Wheat's grnund- Two Men Killed in Street Com- Finally, KlUed PITTSBORG, Pa., Oct. men. Including a patrolman, wore killed and a namb'er of jpersoaa wore wounded at Homestead, a snburb, last night, In a pLstol duel between police, firemen, county detectives an4 civilians pa one and a Mexican, on Ibe other. The trouble started when two offi- cers tried to arrest tho Mexican, "Er- nest, Martinet, who was acting In a disorderly manner on the street. Mar- tines drew aad killed Patrol- man Wro. Smlth'and wounded Patrol- man Henry Darls. Tho Mexican then entered a board- ing house, woahded (he proprietor and in the building. Police reserves were called out, and armed with riot guns, they tried to get Into the house but wera forced lo retreat under the fire from the Mex- ican's gun. vFiremen were summoned 'and they sought to drire Martinez from lha house with smoke and water. Finally a fireman, armed with a riot gun gained entrance to the house fron the rear and killed the Mexican. WM glTen In rctponse to approacheV made by the Irish peace 'council, a body of moderates from all'parts of Ireland, whlcb. has just completed a plan for dominion home rale In the Prior to adjournment ot parliament, members ot this council 'InterrieWed Premier Lloyd George, who told them that before' submitting-any' scheme' they iaait ,be able to assure jiun ot support in Ireiatd to guar- antee that tbfe scheme would be work- able. This support, the council claims; to hare obtained, and the Dally Mall the premier will receive a de- putation from the organization nut week lo take the Initial step scheme. The first thing that will ]M done, tbe 'newspaper says, will be the creation of a assembly (or Ireland IB whlci Ulster glren njp i A COLLEGE yOB THE TRAINlSfjtOg.BAKERg Opt, .net for the of Bakers to be Mtab- lUhed at (juetph proposed at aannW convrttjorf'ibf the Bread and Calu Eaters' aEsoolatlow. i here yesterday. A committee wDJ im- port on the matter. President H. J. Meal iof Windsor, referfipfe to. prtsem. bread, said thej- wero not being majority of. tfia bikers were u- ing the old wheat flour, .purchased: when prices were high. WORRY AND WRINKLES MAY STO AM TROUBLES IN IRELAND Seems Considerable Prospect of Dominion Home Rale Being the Solution cr bounced up into Sewell's face and sini LONDON; Oct. Leaders of the it went for a hit. Myers up. Foul, strike 1, foul strike 2. Ulile tossed out Myers at first. Wheat went to second. Konetchy up. Strike 1. Konetchy flied runs, one hit, no errors. NINTH INNING up. Ball 1, strike 1, bait 2. Smith threw out Evans at first. Wambsganss up.. Strike 1, ball 1, ball 2. Olson tossed out Waiubs- ganss at first. Speaker up. Strike 1, foul strike 2, ball 1. Olson threw out Speaker at runs, no lilts, no errors. have Intimated, that al- who niadc'a (tulck recovery. Mails up" Mails filed'Out'to Myers after two balls had been called on him.' Evnns up. Strike 1. Klhlnfl tossed out Ev ans-at-Brut. .Manager Robinson patt- ed Kilduff on the back for his fine: runs, no hits, no errors. up; Ball one, strike 1, strike 2, ball 2., Johnston out, WambsganBS to i Burns. Nels batted In place of Grlfflth. Strike 1, ball 1. Sewell threw out Ncis at first, the ball just beating tho runner to tho bag. Ball 1, strike 1. Wheat got a Tox'as leaguer' over Sowell's his second hit of the gamo. lin. Strlko 1, ball 1, ball 2, foul strike 2. Myers fifed out to No runs, 1 hit, ho errors. s FOURTH INNINQ went Into right field Brooklyn. Wambssahsa "p. Ball 1, strike 1. Olson took Wambsganse' grounder, back on tho grass and made ft q.ulck recovery and threw him out at first. Speaker up. Ball 1. Speaker shot a long hit which went through Wheat's legs and Spoakor ncoreil. It a.two-tiaso hit for Speaker and on error for Burns up. strike 3, slrlko 2, bali 1. Burns out al first, Johnston to Konofchy. Gard- ner up. Hall 1. Johnston also threw out Gardner at run, one hit; ono error. home !folk3 gate Wheat a cheef ag hG came to the bench as a Bold ot 6ncouragemonf. Ko- notchy Foul, strike 1, ball hall 2, foul sttlko 2, ball 3. Konslchy fti (Irst. Klliiuff lip. Klidiiff sacM- need, Matla to Burns. Miller up. HSll 1. Miller filed to Evans and Konolcliy was nearly doubkil at second. Smith up. Strike 1, strike 2, foul, ball i, foul, Smith grounded out (o Burns runs, no lilts, no er- rors'. FIFTH INNING up. Strike 1, ball 1, ball 2, slriko 2. Wood struck out, falling a victim lo Smith's wldo curve, Sewell up. 1, ball 2, tall 3. Se- well walked on four wldo ones. O'Neill up. Foul slriko 1., O'Xcill singled over second, Sewell being held fit second. Dalll, slriko Their Sacrifice Would Give Lots of Publicity to Ireland) He Says LONDON, Oct. Gaelic Lea- gue announces that Mayor MacSwInoy yesterday sent a message to his fel- low hunger strikers In Cork Joll ask- ing them lo Join him In prayer "for the intercession of God in behalf of Buffering and martyred Ireland." Mayor MacSwIney adds "Comrades, IE wo 2i go In glorious succession to the grate the name of Ireland will flash llko a tongue of flame through the world and ba sign ot hope through ail time to evory people struggling to be free. Let that thought inspire Passed Fair Night LONDON, Oct. Mac- Swlney, lord mayor of Cork, this morniiig began tho fifty-sixth day of his-hunger slrike at Brixlon prison, passed a fairly good night, but did not appear very much rested early today, according to a bulletin Issued by the Irish Selt-Delermlnatlon league." He was tery weak, but otherwise there wag no particular change In his con- bulletin said. Tha noon bulletin of the leagno reads: "Except that ho Is vary tired there is no change In Lord Mayor Mac- Swiney's condition. Tho doctor who visited him this morning says hd finds the mayor's uody ir. a shocking alato of emaciation and Is unable (o slato liow long ho will live." JEW HAS RIGHT TO HOLD HI9 HEAD HIGH MONTREAL, Oct. do not wish to maintain that the Jew Is hct- tor than any other race, but'wo do say that If ho Is no bettor, h6 13 no .worse than any other declared Mrs. Vfm. U, Sporborg of Now York, when addressing the Montreal Jewish Council of Women yesterday, "Tho Jew tins his defects; every race has Us defects, and the Jew may havp more, because ha has suffered persecution all over the world. But we do say that the Jew has the right lo hold his head as high as any mnn and he has given muck to civiliza- tion." ASYLUM INMATES, WHO ESCAPED, WERE CAPTURED RROINA, Oct. Hammona nnd Snraeut Berkoff, the two Inmates of BattlcforJ asylum who escaped, were captured ynstortlay by tho pro- vincial police- In an outhouse not far the asylum. thougb they desire complete separa- tion of Ireland from England, they would not oppose a bfosd measure of dominion home rule it it can be prov- ed a majority of the Irish people de- sired it, says the Daily Mail. This information, the newspaper declares, Despondency is k thjig'of evil suits. Worry pro- daces nothing but wrinkles and wretchedness. Liet'' the reader put on her desk, and at ths head of her bed, just two worda, __ t _ "Don't Worry is ths greatest foe to the happiness of any home- bold. An suxious, despond- ent face, ft fretful, ing voice, will make every 'i A Jwvw man AM outside troubles. The pa-res are to a the telegraph which surety warns her of any makeup. Doctor Pkrce's Favorite Pre- scription. ijtJwlideal Roman's tonic for sueh conditiona. Vfeit woman eparfcttms of backache; dirziness or when evoy- before her drstsinj: feeimg, or a wth she should turn to this "temperance" herbal tonio, known; as Prescription. It can be obtained hi almost every, drug store m the land and the iagrediente are printed in plain English, on the wrapperr Put up in tablets or liquid. Dr. Pierce'a Invalids'-Hotel. -Buffalb.N .Y., will send a trial size rf tablets for lOcl Also write Dr. Pierce for confi- dential advife and; you will ..receive the medical attention of a wholly without aa cbarfce irhatever. What die 3 O'clock Edition Means To Lethbridge Herald Readers-- town on Crow's ftast, Ordston branch, and Afderayde branch had { giete report jpf the championship game the same day as the match took. place, Because 'The Lethbridge Herald is an enter- prising paper WjUi prompt service to its one of its chief objects. Lethbridge Herald Gets There FIHST1 IF YOU ARE NOT A SUBSCRIBER NOW, BECOME ONE D FIRST, ;