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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta L t'AOL TiETHBRTDGE DAILY H3RALD THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1920 BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus HOW YCO COME IN MOTHER. THE IDEA Or IN' A, LOW NECK I M-I xo TELLME -vou IN THE PARLOR LIKE THAT? ON -HOW TOLD XOO MOT TO CON1E IM HERE ONUE XOU FOR Quick Servkef Best Attention TRY OPEN DAY AND NIGHf. Sign EATS R SPECIALTY IN STEAKS We Aim to Pltase OUR COFFEE BEST IN TOWN' tith-St and 4th Avo. Left Hand Pitchers In Today's Battle 'Btrnie Neis, Welt Known in Western Canada, Likely to Figure in the Game Wood, rf; Sewell, O'XeUl, C-, Jfaila. p. son, ss: Johnston, 3b; Neis 'or Grifntb, rt; Wheat, It; Myers.- cf; Kpnetchy. lb; -Kildufl, 2b; Miller, c; Smith, u.' NEW YORK, Oct. into the third game of Cue world's series at .Ebbel's field Ihia'afterhobn, Cleve- land, the champions of the-American League, and Brooklyn, -champions of I NatipiLaUliague, were" an eveu terms, e.ich luth one victory. The iu the nature of-a "rubber." Atter'today's battle wjll be Cleveland' Saturday. Fair weather again gre'eted the base- bail fans early loday. A slightly log .temperature'.and a brisk were predicted for this afternoon. The contest! In all probability, will he a. battle between leflhaud pitchers Smith and Walter Mails. The latter joined the Cleveland club late in August and 'by winning six iu a row, lifted a big burden off of JJagy and Coveleakle in'the final dash for the flag. With the teams travel! ing tomorrow it will enable Coveleskie to have three which will put him in first- class shape to pitch Saturday. iBernie will be remember- ed by Western Canada fans for Ills 5' splendid plajing with-'Saskatoon "in i 1910 protidbb will make his debut in the world's series this .afternoon -It "Manager Speaker uses Malls. Xeis is nght handed hitter-and plays right even if they have not been parties to them. _' .After the club owners, with the aid. of the Cook county grand havej cleaned the diamond of the tew dis-' honest players who have been or niayi be eiposed, let those same club own- ers do a little house cleanmg in theb- own ranks If they want to .retain the j confidence of the newspaper's and! through them of the public. Bought for One Racer Won in Stakes TRIS SPEAKER .WILL BECOME INDIAN CHIEF TORONTO, Oct.'7--T-The MIs- -itssauga Indians of the reser- vatlon north of Peterboro, are planning to make Trls Speaker an "honorary chief of .their tribe when he makes his annual hunting trip to the Kawartha Lakes dlitrlct upon the con- i elusion of the'world series. The Indians celebrat- ed 'Cleveland's capture of the American League pennant and are closely following tne chsm- plonship games. Chicago Tribune Baseball Ex- pert Suggests Plan Whicb Sounds Good I. E. Sanbora.) CHICAGO, Oct. the flenncia- baseball players suspected of collusion with gamblers aud in anath- ema hurled at professional betters nonVare. more- bitter than, the club owners, they are only reaping a harvest part'WrWhlcb. grew from seed of professional ;all, the club owners always been square in. their dealings.'with field alternately with Griffith, the lal-! each :Have there neT" yler filling the position against right) sharp-practices indulged In to gain hahders bis'left advantages br. methods which wouM is'generally considered to be Manager Robinson's choice. Be. .wormed, up (.rimes vesterday and it was not ,ust before started that 'primes MS finally selected. -Jri the Smith pioving- ineffective- the Manager Robin-, son can snitch to right hand pitching V.aiiig either or Cadpre both 'did.well in the'last three innlngg of the opening game. lu accordance with'the rotation plan o.f assigning the umpires, the officials. ID today's game will work aB follows: O'Day; NallonaTLeague, behind the; Dineen of the American Lea- gue at first base; Klein, of the Na- tional League, nt secornl base; Con- not be on the diamond? Have the .club owners always told the public the.truth about their dealings with each .other, and with, the players! How many clubs are there some o whose, officials never ..have lied to a newspaper 'man 'about, attendance figures. Owners Square There are some clab owners wbo j hive never rtorie any of these things bftt who have been fair and square sportsmen .all .their lives.' There are ball play.ers who never threw a bal game, or, were even suspected of IL In fact, there are a lot of such players, and even If! all the players, yet sus- pected of.collusion with garih'.ers are vnolly, of the American League, at, third1 base. 'The probable lineup Evans. If; Wambs- ganss, 2u; Speaker, cf; Hums, lb; PHONE 666 Wants Them Held There Every! original investment of 'u___v____' i Ten Pounds was the pric owner over has been kicked out of baseball for prom- ising !o live up to a salary limit nnd then breaking that promise. But tho club owner who'trles to win a pen- nant by cheating his competitors is just as bail an enemy to the national pastime as is the player who cheats In a ball game. Is It any wonder that a few playera who have been parties to these viola- tions of salary limits In minor leagues have had their iileas of honesty taint- ed! They have seen club 'owners cheat and get away with salary limit violations without being punished. Why should the player alone be ex- pected It ho tho soul of honor? Players Knov; of Violations All the major league stars of today with a few brilliant exceptions have come up through tho minors and have known' of these salary limit violations, .tadium, magnificent and permanent, .thleles from all 'parts ,of the world foulcl compete. It would then ba.pos- ilble to give the games, the character, he beauly, the splendor which'ubey leservc." Such is.lhe plea that will je sent by the Union of Sporting of Baron de Wot Futl Value Tlere, then, wo have a dozen horses, including Isinglass, who collectively won in slakes alone a sum exceeding an average of over ni'jeee. Nor do these fig- ures by any means represent tho full valuo of thos equine "gold-mines" for Flying Kox, after his racing days were ever, was. sold by M, Blanc for KUtnatiuim 01 r tu no I t; n 11 Mr. iicDonough for .eets at Lausanne, ,50; La Floche. COAST LEAGUE guineas as a brood mare. CAN'T TEMPT THE AMATEURS TORONTO, pel. to lure tho amateur hockey players into professional ranks are not meeting with success. George Kennedy, of the Canart- with headquarters in Montreal, recently offered a contract to Charles Lnngclois Sudbu'ry, but the latter de- dined. Conacher and Burcti of To these sums should be added the the T. C. Juniors, and Cooper, Veraon 1; iSalt .l.ake.0. Seattle lj; Los Angeles 6. Portland 5; Oakland 8. San. Francisco 1; Sacramento 2. amounts won by their sons and daught- ers and later progeny, if .we are to ascertain their full potential value. Sired 123 Winners i Take St. Simon, for instance. In Jieaumo and Rolse, of Harail- ff ton Tigers, also have beoa ap- preached. MORE TRUTH THAN POETRY LONG LIFE AND LAMBREQUINS By S. E. IUSER. A prominent physician of Washing- Ion says men would live 'much longer than if shaved. Knoch, Jared and -Methuselah, who had wads of whiskers and lived for htni- droils of yegrs, fire mentioned as refer- ences. ,k A scientist Informs lig now That shaving shortens man's oxlslcnco; Tho patriarchs, he 'saysi'knew how To keep death at a decent distance. "By having beards that lured tho breeze And keeping razors; from their faces Tho (indents lived for, Wo might record a hundred cases." Thanks, worthy scientist! You give A promise that wanted; If, learn to live, Tho future we will 'faco undaunted. Tha barbers may object, .our wives May say that whiskers are unsightly, But, 'being sura of- lengthened lives, Why not dismiss their protests lightly? If lack of shaving was the cause ...Of. Enoch's length of days, I'll never Bo'shaved again, .for let me pause To say I'd like to live forever. I grant you thai tho cost is ,hlgh, Still living has Its At least It seems worth while to try- To lost a dozen generations. Once every century or two We might select, new. wives to cheer us, Thus starting anew Anil-raising children tn revere us. Thanks, noble scientist! You fill with, visions that arc plcas- The Indies, being bcardlesa, .Must keen on dying, ar at present. WE'LL BE TENTING TONIGHT unco it to move than to pay rent, but now you can't get a chance to ilo either. PITY THE PACKERS Tho packers cut their dividends; they raaka no money, they declare. Hurrah for him who still defends tho prices on tlni bills of faro. UNION SUITS THAT FIT PROPERLY lot to you to have Union suits that fit cor- jectly. and give ease and ctimf6Hr you 'are standing, 'sitting, stooping, or doing active' work. Here'are-union suits made to give you all tills; ".They are correctly pro- portioned; they hug the body without Irritation'. They won't pull out of shape. BERT KESTERNS MEN'S SHOP HOME OF 20TH CENTU.RY BRAND CLOTHING 'ALEXANDER HOTEL 3LOCK ON THE'cORNER NEW YORK, Oct. in- quiry-being-conducted here Into local: phases of.the world's series gambling scandal of last year has come: to a standstill, Assistant District Attorney; James Smith admitted today. Smith said his detectivcB failed to locate three alleged "gamblers, one of them -Abe; Attell, former feather- weight a three-day, hunt through the city. Grand jury subpoenas wcre'carrled by the de-; tec'tives. PL-AY ROR MANN CUP Oct. ster' and Victoria amateur Lacrosso teams will -play a' series in this city for the Mann cup at present held by Victoria. The dates for the series have not yet been CANADIAN CHAMPION WON WINNIPEG, Oct. a wrestling match here last night, Tom Johnston of Winnipeg, Canadian police cham defeated Carl Peters of Water- loo, Iowa, in two successive falls. (Special to th.e Herald) TKRN'IE, ln: quest in the case of Edmond J.. J. Kelly, mill engineer Adplph sawmill, Baynes, -Mon- day evening 'by having a chlael with which lie was turning db.wh-a pulley, kick back striking him in the abdomen resulted in a accidental death. '_-. Mr. Kelly was an efficient mill man, aged-G2 years, and leaves a family living at 3920 -Van- couver. Hia remains-were shlpiicil to that address this morning by Under- taker Furgeson. K-W faice Station Service Station for .the famous K-W Magnetos. AH makes of magnetos, generators, colls re. paired. Full stock of repair parts car- ried. All work Eiarantesd.. MAGNETS RECHARQEO The Roy- Electric Co: 618 4th Avenue South. PHONE 73S. MEN'S FINE SHOES If you are particular and looking for a comfort- able' you 'will be pleased with ours. They are made. by' two of the leading shoe the "Slater" and the "Yale new and comfort- abloJines, of'ihe best grade of leather and pf-skilled' workmanship. A try-on will convince you of the supreme, value of our Men's Shoes. WORK SHOES Made on Munson's military lasts, noted for com-! fort and durability. to KEEL SHOP OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES anil THE FLORSHEIH SHOE OLIVER-BLOCK. 313 FIFTH STREET T ;