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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WHITE SOX HIT THEIR STRlBE, WIN 4T01 VOMJMK Xll LKTHBUIlXili. ALBKnTA, WKUNKS1UY, OCTOBER 8, 1919 NUMBER 252 EDDIE CICOTTE IN COME-BACK DEFEATS REDS N .________________1____. Redeems His Two Previous Defeats by Pitching Masterly Game Featured by Sallec's Being Driven from Mound in Fifth Pitches Fine Brand of Ball in Last Four Fielded Wretchedly Making Four Errors. R. E. H. Chicago....... 101 020 4 10 Cincinnati 000 001 1 7 and Schalk; 'Salle'e, Fisher- Lunm and Wing-q. CINCINNATI, Ohio, Ocl. Chicago look the seventh game of the world ceriss hire today by a score of 4 lo I. The first two runs scored by Ihe American Leaguers were Ihe result of clean while the second'two re- Ircm two errors by" Ihe intermingled with two nils. Cicolt: pitched his .first winner in the series drop- ping two lo the National Lea'guers. The Cincinnati club fielded although with Cl- cotle pitching airtight ball, it can not be eaid this cost them the game. The Sow hit Sallee hard bul were-able to Jo little vy'.tti of Fisher and Luque. The Reds caused some excitement In Ihclr heU of th- ninth by get- ting (wo clean hils after two men were out, but al ihls juncture-Gl- cotte lightened up and after gel- .three .balfs and two strikes' ori .Rath forced- him to fly lo Fvlschi 'thus ending tlie- game. wen the, H necessary, be played in Cincinnati. THE BOX SCORE BREAKS WITH LABOR i CHICAGO A.B.R.H.P.O. A. E. .323100 .412361 1 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 J. Collins, E. Collins, 2b. Weaver, 3b.----- Jackson, Felsch.'r.f. J.. Gandil, 1b...... Risberg, s.s. Schalk, c......'. Clcolle, p...... Totals ..........37 10 27 13 1 CINCINNATI 1 A.B. R. H.P.O. A. E. 1 0 0 THE GAME IN DETAIL HIIST Collins up. Slriko "one: Ball 'ol'ic. Collins singled through second base.. Edflle Collins up. Ball one. Eddie ColV.ns sacri- ficed, Sallec to Daubert, .1- Collins going lo second. It was a'beauU Inml. Weaker up. strike .one. Foul, strike two. Weaver h.olstcd long Ily lliat Iloufch got under, 3, Col- lins holding seionrl. Jackson ap. Foul, strike one. nail one. Foul, two. Ball Iwo. Jackson sin Bled lo left, scoring J. ColPns. Jack- 0 0 1- 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 3 0 10 1 0 0 000 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 WON'T ALLOW MILLERS TO JUMP PRICES TORONTO, Ocl. The price of flour in Canada is nol lo be. raised. This slalcmcnl was made Ihis afternoon' by C. D. Walls, of Hie Canadian wheat hoard, after a conference with representatives of millers. The millers wanted an crease of 30 cents n. ban-el. The liricc'is 510.90 at present. James; Stewart, of. Winnipeg, chairman of-the wheat hoard, presided over the meeting. DENIKINE FORCES NEAR TO MOSCOW LENINE IN TOILS Reported Trolzky Ordered Arrest of His Petlura, Ukrainian Peasant Leader, Said lo Have De- clared War on Denikme, Whose Troops are 265 Southeast of Moscow and Advancing. PREMIER LLOYD GEOHGB. .0 0. 0 0 0 0 o o o o son. overnvn (iral and was caught be first and second. He got out of the tangle, however, when Dauliert fumbled loss. -Fclscli buutcJ safely nnd .lackson took second. Qan- dil np. Felach was forced whoa Gan- dil drove to Kopf, who tossed him out et second, Hath taking the put-out. l-'elBcli playing right and J. Collins centre field [or Chicago. Duncan and Kept and llalli ECU assists on Daubert'a error. One run. One error. SECOND Hath reached first when I'idd'c Collins allowed his grounder to 'go through. Dnubort hoisted a hi'li lo Kddic Calling Groh up. Hall CRO. Strike one. Strike ,lwo. Oroh struck mil. Inking a Bwiiyp at the Ihiril one anil inisalng tL Ilouscn un. V'oill, strike ono. Eddie Collins" grabbcil Housch's drive anil tossed to llalh. No runs. lilts. One error. SECOND INNING Zb........ Daubert, 1b..... Croh, 3b. lousch, c.f. U. Kopf, s.s........ Neale, r.f........ Wlngo, c........ P- p. Reulher-......; i-uque, p......... Totals for Fiiher in fifth. i-A'Batted.for.LufiUe in "ninth. ninth. 1 Two-base hits: 'J. Collins, Groh. Sacrifice hits: E. .Collins. Double- play: Kopf to Daubcrt. Left Cincinnati 9, Chicago 7. Base on balls: Cicotte 3. Hits: Off Sal- lie, 9 in 1-3 innings; off Fisher, none in 2-3 Innings; off Luque, one In four, Innings. Slrick out: By Ci- cotle, Fisher, 1; Luque, 5. losing pitcher, Salee. Time of game, 1.47. Empires: Quigley-behind plate; Nat- Lloyd George Denounces Recent Railway Strike As Sheer "Prussiinism" Did Not Fight For Anything Like Waisfell of Calgary Examined Startling Speech al Luncheon in Honor ofc Coriqueror of it Was Effort bo Hold up Commun- ity and Strangle -it Into fylust Be Master in Own House, He Premier Def- initely Broken-Wilh.Labw Element? Strike In at first; Rlgler at iceond, and Evans at third. LONDON, Oct. Lloyd George surprised' his countrymen, at he frequently does, by denounc- ing the rait road men's strike as and "another elfort- to hold irp the community and strangle it into at the' -lord mayor's mansion house lun- cheon in honor of Field Marshal Alfenby yesterday.' The occasion wag an unusunl one for such a topic, but has a habit of doing, unusual things at unusual times, him sat EmII son of King of the in white'robes, and the Archbishop of Canterbury, with an array of other military and civi- lian notsbks as such as only Lon- don can nuster on ceremonial oc- casions. They expected nothing more sensational than compli- ment 5 lo the conqueror of Pales- tine. "The nation means lo be mas- ler In her own Mr, Lloyd' George declared. "A just mas- ter, a generous master, but al- ways master in her own hcrjsc." Proclamation of Victory mnlrcs an. important- speecli, Iry to read between the incs to discover his i political 'pur- Joscs, -.-The. general inlerprelation of speech Is that-the premier.-has wilh labor unions aud wants .to draVr to.liis supporL (he middle classes, to drop away I.rom.him ns n result ofj the recent cam- paign upon- Lhc allDgcd _ government eil'raragance- 1 Railway Leaders Blamed George H. British (ond controller, speak'ng. last night, laid llic blame for a. break In the negolia lions on accusing OTTAWA. Oct. last session of the soldiers' civil rr estab llshmenl comuiKtee a letter was read from Lieul.-Cal, C. S- Uullock, organ Iztr ot Ibe United States Lesion, J.K.F., protesting against the proposed cheme o! bonuses ori the ground that man should nol he pall Cor having his own fireside. The Amer- can'Legion dtil not figlit Tor anything Ike Lhat.aiid pay for heir .Wberal pensions to Isablcd men and- dependents were lecesyary, but a "bonus ol any_'klnd was opposed. -The letter referred to he unwarranted demands made upon be resources ol bonus The Great War Veterans' Assoc'n- .ion delegates were recalled. To Mr, ?arclec, Mr.'-WaiBLcll eiplained that aid given under 'LHe Great War Veter- ans' Association plan might taho the 'orm of reduction of soldiec seUlemenL oa'ns. There might also he" some Torin of slate insurance which would absorb inrt of a man's grant; EODIC soldier also'wish, to leave their grarii in "the ot Ins government am! accept, BayT Victory bonds payable in 15 or 20 Mr. Calder pointed out llial the carrying out oC'thts or any si mil a LONDON, Ocl. capture of the city of Voronezh, 275 miles southeast of Moscow, by the antl- forces of Gtn, Denikine Is admitted in a Russian soviet wireless meaiage from Moscow re- ceived today. Gen. Denlklne's cav- alry is advancing on Usman, 35 niiics ndiih 01 Voronezh, iiie incs- Gage adds. A message from Gen. Dcalklne's headquarters received October 7 rc- liorLed ihe caiHure of Bolshe vlki "during operations around Voro- but did not definitely announce the capture of the cily- I.enlne Arrested? LONDON, Oct. Irom llelslngfors report tbat Nikolai l.en- !ne, the Bolshevik has been placed under arrest in Moscow, ac- cording lo the Exchange TcleerapU correspondent at Copenhagen. I.eninc is said lo havo ordered arrest of Trotzky, but failed lo secure this and was instead'hlmself taken (o custody. k A Reval message forwarded By Ihe same, correspondent lepprls a" reign of terror against the Bolsherikl ID "Moscow lias been begun by a revolut- ionary parly. la this movement the Bolshevik leader, Jacob Peters, Is reported to have been killed. Petlura Fights Denlklne LONDON. Oct. ol reports Gen. Simon Petlura, the Ukrainian military leader, had declar- ed war on Gen. Denlklno the Cossacfe antl-nolshevlk commaader iu Eoulb Russia, was given [o3ay by toe Uk. raiuian dijilomallc miEsIon in London. The mission slated that it had 7-2- ceived an official telegram from Kam- cnlz-Podobk making this announce mcnt. Wil] Help Dtnlklnt PAIUS, Oct. Han- gin whose refall to Paris from com- mand o[ the eighth army has just LCCE announced, is to proceed to south Itussla and jam Gen. Deaiktnc, tic anti-Bolshevik commander there, ac- cording lo'L'Eclairc today. He will be accompanied by M. KalukoH, Husslac ambastador to Paris, their mission being to co-ordlnalo the- policy oC "the government Ihem of adopting "methods oC swrel anfl declaring the settle meul or wage mailers must- Lc out of the hands of political offi clals. Air. Roberts' last point meets will Hie general sentiment of the country as shown by the newspapers. A pro ject is oa looL (or organti'ng an eicc iitlvc commillco of all "sections of labor to carry on negotiations with fcniployera. An emergency trades union congress may be helil to make ar- rangemcnls ID give labor representa- tives poiver lo approach, the govern- Province Can Only Be Made Dry" By Plebiscite Procedure Aerial POIIERTY.ACTIS Thla was naturally accepted as a rhcnt 1C ncgolialions with employers up. Sir one, Kopf took Itlsborc's Broun anil threw him out al first. It was a "fsjt one. but v.-ell handled by Kopf. Schalk up. Slfikc, one. filed lo Neale. who took it aflcr nSong run field. Cicolle Foul, Blrike one. droll'look Clcotlc's bounder and.ilirew lo Daubcrt for Ihe pul-oul. No runs. No lills. No errors. SKCOM) up. Dun- can sniFabed al Iho firel pilch and Xlio'stod a -high fly to .1. Collins In ccnlrc. Kopf up. Strike' ono. flail ,bno. Kopf drove n line'r Into lefl cen- tre for a clean single. Ncalc up. SlilkE one. Neatc fouled to Weaver, tlie loiter tajilng It near third baae and holding Kopf nf. first. Wlngo'lip, Foul, slrlko one. Hall one. Kopl out Blcallng second, Sclialk lo Ithberg. No runs. One Ml. No THIRD INNING KinST Collins up. Strike one. Foul, Elriltc tyo. J. Collins gol another slnfcto- through Ihe pllcher'a box. 11 a hard hll ball nnfl liounccd out of Sallec'.i glove. Eddie Collins up. Kddlc Collins beat out n. {rounder that Kopf couldn't gel In time, J. Collins going -lo Eocond, Weaver attcmplcd lo sacrifice, but It foul; slrlkc one. Foul, tlrlke.lwo. Kopl Idok Weaver's lap and stepping on tcixinil; forced Mdlc Collins. lie Interfered with his throw lo caldj Weaver, and Rlglct allowed ordcrins SVeavcr out. Jackson up. Jachson singled lo led, scoring J. Collins.. Fclsch up. Ftlscli forced .lackson. One run. No errors. Wltigo up. Hail one. Hall two. SJlrlke one. Hall Ihrce. lost temporary control and walked WliiEo. Bailee Hall one, Strike Iwo. Foul. Sallco o[ Iho groups being ready to present any .business for Ihe indus- j trial conference' adjourned this morn- dcr jjng until tomorrow'aftdr liolng In ses- sion less than an hour. Secretary of. he Interior chairman of the conference, called on (ho delegates Lo Eel acquainted Instead a! remaining rigidly separated in groups and ad- journment was followed by a mingling ol labor leaders, capitalists, farmers ind publicists. Chairmen Named WASHINGTON, OcL Indus- trial cqnfcrcnco adopted unanimously of the commillco of 15 that alternates-would bo accept- ci appctr.tcd bT Iho original pow- er appointing Iho The com, mlllce of 15 announced luc election of Thrjmas Chadbourne, o( Mew York, as chairman.nnd Frank Morrl- Epn o( Waitiinglon and Jonn J. Ras- proclamation of Ihe promier'a view that ihe government won a victory over Itc slrlkers. J. H. Thomas, sec rotary ot Lho 'National. Union' of Rail- ivaymcu and leader of the recent strike, Epcak'ns aL Albert Kail "on SMU- day night, dwelt on the settlement, ns n compromise and yesterday Issued. a ElatcmenL for reconciliation and a burial of' hard feelings. Labor papers appear to differ with Mr. to feomc aspects of the slrike'sclllcmcot. When -Mr. Lloyd m'nals lor rides, fail. The of railroad traffic because of the strike his nol yet been remedied, Al several stations today there ivas displayerl a placard ivhica aniib'unccd the curnpnnlcs' hope lo ro- feumc norjiinl'.lraffic) tomorrow. Thou- plan woulrt mcaft tliat Canada's crcdi must be pledged for t Cnndulalfs in I'icid oflnorlatlon Into that province 6r raanu-, Vain Attempts to Corner Elusive "Overhead Cost" Tpno.NTO, Ocl. Evtr slnco'tho board of commerce co'mroenccd IU til- g3, Col. W. 1'. Price, counsel (or tnc government ,lins Irkil to pin some one dowii ID noincLhlng when It said "oporntlng coslfl and coat so mucfi In a particular bualneas, Ycs- lerday. wllh ChJflcs F. Fell, of Iho 'Oollon Jlllls, Mm- Ited, on Iho elanil, lie chased Iho clua- Ivo unknown, hrrj il About cornered ancl nga'lu complolcly lost IL Operat- ing ami cvorS hnrlt i co.-.ti In Iho Car- accordlngvto evitl- ___ ence were a .day, niartn tip chief- on Ten.) o( ttnproiluclivo labor.'.i with f. r. f. .j f. ff ff ff f. f. 111 Seats and More I'romiscd N. TORONTO, Ocl. lead- faclurc in ll'would be proh'blled." Jlr. McLean: "Then Ontario would liave a special referendum this quesllon In order to avail Itself ol this bill." Jfr. Fell's help, Col. Prlco coulrl not mako It more than 975 A day. don't understand confessed Col. Price. "Nellher do said CommUaloiier Miinlock. _ "1 have long bad'n susjilcion Thai lljcrc! la n nlgge'r'ln Iho wood conmienlcJ Col. Price. "My said the commissioner, "fs that thero fs a dollar pront In every expenses charged ng- alnst a dozen s '_ According Lo slalcmcnls the Carharrl concern in JI113-turned otcr a JM.OCO pVotil on a cap- ital. I LYNCH LAW AGAIN MAC9N, Gay Hamilton, a regro untlcr a ytar penitentiary sentence for an attempt upon the life of Charles Tfngle, Jasper county farmer, wat tiiken from Sheriff Mlddlebrook, of county, near here, early yesterday-and ihot'to death at Montlcello. A mob of auout men helrf up the ihep Iff, who.waf-trying to bring Ham- Uton to Macon for safe keeping, having Heard of plans to take the negro out of the REV. JAS, ROSS MODERATOR ST. JOHN', .V. D., Ocl.-. Iho annual mccllng of jfhc maritime I'reabylerlarT synod last nlghl at Kred- crltlon, IldVi llFimca Iloas, of Hntlfal chance ol being elected lo power by PAWS, OcL S.-Thc clghlh and r returning more cnnlidatcs than cither lenlh French armies arc hclng brok-1ol'ho o1''-Parties, en up as units' and Generals Mangln As an earnest 01 the United Farm- and Gerard, who commanded Ihcm, of O.-larlo aspirations, It Is point- have been recalled nn'-J placed al the 'hal "icy have alre.idy planed nf Ir.c United Farmers of Ontario 5Ir- Dohcrty: "Upon a petition thli make no secret ol their ambltinn in government would hold n referendum conEtiluIc Ihal parly the oDlclil op arca lhe province on whoso pnsiion In Ihe Ontario legislature tllc PCtlt'on was made." electing a sufficient number of their I Hon. Charles Marcll: "Doss Iho members at the elections oil Orlotor provide for this coming Into 20 !o seals In tne provincial house, j force on of Ihe lotal voles Indeed ,somo of the agricultural cast, or on a majority ol the voters slilwarls declare that Ihcy have a fair on the t Mr. Doherly: "It Is a provision Ihe Canadian Temperance Acl, which. I Ihlnk' prov'.cTeg simply a ma- Jorlly." i Amend Doherly Act In unofUcial Newsp'apera-. are greatly Interested i'or of the 'ml th measuro' resultC.lg -from the rc-groun- Ing ol occupation groups In the Ithlnc- land. It Is said Ibo clchlh and Iclllh armies will be rc-Iormcd Inlo n slngld corps, which will bo command- ed by Gon. MOVING DAY DEC. 16 Ocl, The former German will remove from Amcrotliten December 1 and will laVo up bis tnldcncc al Doom. ly bo collected to give very strong sup- pott'lo United FurnlCrs of Ontario leaders. The Conservative (govcrnmcnl) or- ganizations now. havo nominated sel- ections for 82 seals and probably will havo candidates for every constituency by next .Monday. The Liberals haye 05 candidates now In Iho. field and In addition lo Ihe Unjtod Farmer? of Ontario, there aro promised, as Inilc- pondenl, soldier or-labor men., can (or 13 seals. wllhoul a pcrmtU-an amendment by 3. Jacobs, calllpg for like Iroal- mcTit tor all citizens', was defeated on a dltls'on of 65 lo 31. M At Ihe evening session the housa considered a resolution b? Mr. Oulhrle to permit Iho manufaclura. and Impor- tation of oleomargarine until August 31 next and Its sale until 1921. 'the opposition of the da'rj'. nien's. fcasoclatlori .wag voiced by'Don- Hi! Sutherland, bill Ihe'r'csolulIan car; rled on a divlsEon-of 22-'lo 15 tnd'rf till ;