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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TOLUUE III. ii, ALBKtlTA. THURSDAY, OCTOUKU 9, 1919 NUMBER 2o3 OE- jPat Moran's Reds I Stage Swatiest, Win Fifth Game Plan For Prince Would Be Congress In 1920 RANCH IN WESTERN. CANADA y v CAUGHT RANCHING FEVER IN ALBERTA Mayor Returns Trom East With Plans For Larger Industrial Congress OLD SESSIONS AT VANCOUVEK ALSO (Kpetaa] lo Herald) CALGARY, Oct. a p'rapos- cJ fund o[ the most, of wliiuli, is noiv in sight, plans >verc' yes UrJav for an IniltiBtria'l Congress'for1 Alberta next year on a far'.larger scale llHL' tl'al held this year. Members of the provincial nieruttve at the city hall here, there being] Dean Kcrr of Edmonton, j' Williams and "Big Bill" James Driven from Mound Under Avalanche of Hits Which Drive Across Ten Runs in in Final GameCinching Championship for Cincinnati National League Count is J-'ive Games lo Staged Great Rally in ihe Eighth in Vain. R. H. E. Cincinnati 410 013 16 2 Chicago............. 001 000 5 10 1 and Rariden; Williams, James, Wilkin- son and ScKalk. Rj ,T i i i 11 I iL 1 L I Marshall ol Calgarv and Commission- ed; are, the champion baseball team ot.lhe world, having'cl Meecii ot i.ctiibridsc, and others. defeated the Chicago White Sox here today for the fifth lime! inc'ude lhc in the world's series of 1919. 7 Today's score was 10 to 5. The Reds indulged in a hit- tnig.iield two Chicago pitchers'from the mound and hitting (he onr? hard. The American Leaguers stag- ed a rally by combining several clean hits off Eller with an unfortunate .error by Cincinnati when Neale.lost, the ball in the sun, and while they tallied four runs they were still far behind. Reds made 16 Hits, the Highest .total for one riame.made during the series. This game was also'the longest, lasting two'houVs arid 27 minutest :V' THE -GAME IN DETAIL Iffl; FIRSY t' -Slrihc one. The first ball by Williams but Ratli di-t not malic en Slrikb Foul. Ilalli opened the game lylth a pop fly that nisbcrg got In short left. Daubcrt Tip. Slrlkc one. Dauberl singled lo centre. II r.-as n line, drive that Llebold made a ureiiL effort for, Iral could not quite reach U before It touched tlio ground, tiroh vp. Strike one! It ivas a Toul. Hajl one. Foul, strike livo. Groh fouled Ihc third ball into tlie lefl field pavil- ion. Groh singled to r'ghL 11 waa a Bliort lilt that cleared over first base-, llaubcrt going lo .second, Rousck up. THE Rath, Daubert, Ib Groh, 3b AB'R H..PO A-E 2 6. 2 6 K opf, is 3 3 E 4 Dur.cSn, If Neale, rf Rarldcn, c Elltr, p 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 Edmonton, but also at Vancou- ver. It is proposed lo bring promin- ent industrial men from the British Isles, from tho United Stales, anil from Eastern Canada. Mayor Brown returned from- (he east recently, ana brings encouraging reports of sympathy extended Ihe movement by eastern "captnlus o[ in- dustry. He has been promised" active L financial support by the large, bank- ing interests or country, on'd' also .has the promise o[ consideration o[ pro- posal to .hold, the. annual .convention of Canadian'-.manufacturcrs In Alberta next'year Immediately following the. industrial..congress, which' sure Iho attendance ol most ot Can- ada's prominent" Industrial .'._' -.Help Irrigation Perinancrit offlcca-nro lo he opened. In 'Calgary, almost at'bnce, and a'pur> licily commissioner and secretary are In be engaged to carry on the work of Ito'congress. It" irf proposed.not only lo develop the induslriareud of-' also an ac- tive agricultural development branch. This branch will give active support to nil schemes Tor irrigation-Ill I'm southern any movement Will .Complete Ralificiilion Of 1'cacc Treaty So Far As UrUain Concerned THE PBINCB OT WA I ON -DAji''i) RANCH WEijT-OFHioii 24-noun VISIT TO THE DAIJ u BECAME .EXiMOnED EASY LIFE OP-THE RANGE AND COME A ItANCHErTHIMSELF-. '_. _ WILL FORWARD SIGNED THEATY COPY TO PARIS LONDON, Ocl. The King's copy of the German peace treaty will probably' bt signed by King George tomorrow and forwarded to Paris, Jt was learned today by the Associs.ted Press. It is expected that Ihe signing by the king will be' fol- lowed by his peace proclamation. (This vvouH complete' the'rafifica- lion of the treaty as far as Great Britain Is The instrument lo be signed by Kinfl Gtorns is printed en vellum and bo-Jnd in leather, decorated In qotd. For the first time in Great Britain's" history, wafer w li be used instead of the'ponderous hanging Genls at- tached Lo former treaties. .The J, doc'umenl will be-.tied with rib- bans in the. colors of the yarlo'us rcyal orders as the Order of j the Garter and the Order of the ,BAh. :v: All 1-OXDOX, Oct. j ratification-of-Ihc treaty, the foreign office says, only (he King's proclamation. All Ihc .domln- ions treily, the. Aus- Iralia-i on September lu, hc'Eena'lc" Oclobcr-15: Totala Llebold, cf E. Collins, 2b Weaver, 3b Jackton, If Forech, rf lliat has for its aim tlic agricuHurnl 38 10 16 27 6 2 AS R H PO A E Hall one. Strike one. Rousch doubled Gandll 1b past first lo-lho right Held pavilion, Risber'a Gcoriug Daubcrt and putting Groh oh c third. Duncan up'. James Is p" log up for Chicago. Foul, strike one. -jamid p Duncan doubled to- left Uvilkln'ion, p' 0 Z 0 9 0 2 3 6 3 00000 20000 002 000 Totals 33 5 1027 1S 1 .baUed fop )n the' ninth. Hall one. ficorlng Groh nnd a lino driyo over XV'eavcr's This I wag enough for Williams find "llig Dill" Jaracs went Into the box tor Clcason'3 White Slockins lirlgadc. ICopf np. Dall one. Ball hits, Rousch one- 'Slr'.ke two. Hall three. Unll j Eddie Weaver, Jackson; four. James could not locate the plate Unree-baso Kopf, Gandll; home Rnil walked ICopf.' llnnran retained j stofen baets, Ncale, cccond. Neale up, Strho one, Strike Ra'h, Eddie Colllnt; tacrlrice hits, two. Ncale look a terrllic swing all Duncan, Daubert; left on-baiu, Cln the- cccplld Rlrite but missed. Rail cinnatl 12, Chicago 8; bases on balls, one.: Nealo fanned, Hie tbrrd ball be- :oiT-Eller 1, off 3, off Wilkinson Ing callcrl biLliim. Ilaridsn up. Dallj4; hits, off Wllllaml 4 In 1-3 Inning oric.' Hall Iwo. ..lamc.i almost mfldo Jamcc fi In 4 2-3 Innlngi, none oul wllrt pitch liul Schalk recovered ilxlh, off 4 four Inn- Mil before nny.damaBo could no hit by plliher, by Jamei Rarldcn llltcil B Texas leaguer Wilkinson by- Eller first scoring Duncan, nnd put j (Murphy) tuuck eul, by Jimei 2, by Kept on third. Eller up. Tho crowd Wllklnion 1, by Eller 6; lotlng pitch- development ol Iho province, as the Laslc Industry. The Ires jilnQLing sclicrne for prairlo farms will also bo actively taken up. SIR H. DRAYTON TO RUN IN KINGSTON KINGSTON, Ont., Oct. is officially announced this morning that aa a re suit of the numerously signed petitions presented to htm by influential citizens of King- ston, Sir Henry Dray_lon, minister of finance, will be a candidate for the coming bye election In the Do- minion house. Official news to this effect came this morning from Sir Henry at Ottawa to W. R. Oivens, publisher of the Dally Standard, arfd the announcement of his candidature IE appearing In the local pap era today. SASKATCHEWAN GERMAN LOSES RACE WITH DEATH EH or a hand clnp oTnt'.on when he went to bat..; Hall one. Etriko one. Rarldcn stole second. Ball iwo. Eller ended [nnlng by HytnR oul to yclach. Four runs; flro hits) no er- rors. _ SECOND HALF, CHICAGO- .Thd'Rcda dlsplajrcil llio moat, con- hilling; of the scries in this anning. Their'wallops off Williams V-'oro nU clean lilts. Llebold up, Slriko one. Kller'a Iir.it pitch was over the pan. Llebold started for the Sox wild left, thnt Duncan llcldcd frvst-ntid prevented lilm from Elrctrlilug H Into n double. EMdle Col- lins up. Slrjko one. 15all One., U, Colllna singled to left, Duncan tumbl- ing Iho hit and E. Collins reached ficcoml whlla l.tebold lei third. fns was given n doublo in- on error Co Duncan Accord- ing to Uic official acorcr'fl rullnr.) iWcflver up. Ball one. StrtKe one. Strike livo. WRH'warmlns1 up for Cincinnati. ,AVcarcr ftinned. Eller his strikeout >vhen lio slipped Iho third slrlko over .lackaon up. jnchson lifted n puny fir thut Kopf captured In back of third, Lla- fiold holding third, Kdilli> Collins .nee ond. Fclefh up. t'clsch (rlcd lo Uodgo Iho ball ljul It Ml liis hat. Ho swung fit (ho second one. Kail one. Foul. Hall Uvo, F'eSsch The Sox lo Kllcr at thfe beBlniifng of Iho Inning but Iio tlghlcncd up'and pilch cd himself out ot n had liolc. No runa; two hlls; no errors. flKCOND 1NNSXO; FIrat Hath up. Strike one. Etrlkc Hntl nno. Hall Iwo. llnll i (Cbflllnucd on I'ago r willlama; of plrea, NaUIn behind plate, Hlgler at 2.27; urn- hlrd. Evan i at iccond, Qulgley at ONST.UIK Sir Willinm Hearst Mnkcs Pre diction nt Hrockvlllc Meellng Ocl, Con- tinuing lil.i plalform .campaign.nnd ap- pealing for aupporl on Ilia record of hi! admlnlitrallpn. Sir William Hearst camo lo nrbckvUlfl'yesterday. .Ad- 39lng a largo audience In1 luo opera houso last ho eKpre.iHed the Jiope that lioforo months, exlenalvf) doTelopmonli and works would 'bo under way cr. Ih2 St. Lawrence, which will enable IMs ill'trlrt to be supplied with 'almost unlimited Quantities of electric power, Agafh -lust nTght, 'AH ho liad done al nowmanvllle Ahti Pclorboro carlldr In the week, Sir William. it length the record of the government, p.-ir.Ucularly during the war years. Hlrshman, until recent- y n farmer ot Macklln, Sask.r passed away at the Montreal General hospital, yesterday. Illrshman had -been 111 with cancer for some years and was nd vised lo.givc up work, but war regu- atlona barred htm from lo jermany1, hl3 homo counlry-V arlr TMr'iimnn Montrcnl nnd hooked hla passago for Englanit, en roislo to Germany, de- nositlug J2000 with tho pursers, The ship's doctor noticing Iho man's con- dition, slated lhat he was In no stale travel nnd had his passage can- celled. MONTREAL, Ocl. race with cRlh in his desire, to die In hla liomc- and and among his oisu people sp'ent ?4 hours on Mr George i Lane's ranch at High Riyer- 1- I wish it could be twenty: four years." It was tho Prince of Wales, Ca- 'iiada's Iloyal guest, who dropped this remark nl >racleod, And lhc Prince is likely lo have hi3 part Bt .least, for Ihfl Herald-lias it from the very best that Edward David Wind- Epr. otherwise H. H. H. Iho Prlnco or Wales.' heir to Ihe British Throne; has o's mind made up. to 'purchase a catllo ranch in. West- crii Canada, probably in Al- Tjerta....' When His Tloyal Highness was in 'Calgary he look a day off and ranch at Pckis- yrjlonglrig. lo'George Lane, Jhe velernn.caltlbihan of those parts. wng he with the free lifo-'of the grange lhat he caught Hie 'ranching levej and is now de- IcrrriinEd that he will hflve'a ranch of hla own. It.Is.a fact that His Royal High- ness himself will most readily ad- mit that the licst Umc he has had on Jris.whole Canailiau tour was the 24 hours lie spent.nn the.Bar lJ- In fact when he from (lie coast, he-'.e'egrjiphejl.lils .host at the liar U lo meet him at Maclcod; and the prince o[ men 'and real prince had a chatty time together' there, hs Lint Ac- cepted the. invitation with alacr'ly. So don't lia surprised, Mr. Old tTimer, If sometime when you arq 'riding the range in the- future, you come across critters wearing the iron of.Edward David .'Wind- sor, ranchman prince. But Will Make Further Repre- sentations to K dm on I on to Hurry Matters (Special to Thn Htraldl- RAYMOND, I some phases of delay In the organiza- tion of Iho Southern Irrigation district; were not quite clear, tho untied voice Cardsion Loan District Quota (Spectxl to-.Th'a Herald) Oct was an- nounced Tat' tlfe meeting of the Board'of-Trade last night that the whfch includes as centres, --Cardslon, Magrath and ,witL h- cspccled. lo raise; In the conning Victory, Loan "drive. This inform- .atlon was'N.conyeyed over long by frtr.' Costclto, of Calgary. 'He will be down here next'weeK to.'jfet the district or- ganized and to make Ihc proper appropriations.' J Prohibition, Soldiers' Re-Eslab- .lishmcnt, Railways and Civil Service lo be Considered r _..WASHINGTON, Oct.. peal of thc'Cnnadian Hcciiirbcity slnl'iilc Uic'present.ndinii'iis-1 Irniioii mid whicli dead Icllcr.Ihroiiyh Uic aciipn'of. lhc Cnnndinn purli.nmcnl was lukcn fi'oin .the! "Siilnlc by the present jidminis-' was. approved by I he house today mid IIm hill yacs.lo. the scnalc'ror.iinal passage. of a meeting of delegates southern town a conccrpcd NEGROES AND STRIKERS CLASH.AT P1TTSBURG I'lTTSUUHG. Pa., Oft, 9.-A clash between negro workers nhd' foreign Lorn strikers nt Doiiora to-, day resulted In two men being stool nnd wounded and a number Injured. The crowd was scallcrcd by Iho 3talc police without serious casualties. j. i. 4. 4 ADVOCATES CONCILIATION. POLICV FOR RUMANIA lUniS. Ocl. acorgo 'r from tho held last I the' (own hall, will be.heard from, further representations lo be rnadr: to the government at Edmonton. n view of tho proposed revision of He Irrfgatlon District Act nnnounced in a letter from lhc deputy minister ot public works read by T. J. O'flrlen nt. he mccllnff, Ihe department ol public works fav'ors Ihe postponement of lhc organization until after >lhe changes re'.VjCGn made. This 13 A suggcsllon dnd In no way obligatory. The leaders Irr Uic Irrigation, movement In the south counlry desire certain Informa- tion before deciding lo organize now OF to wall until lhc revision or Ihe Act. Until, lhat Informallon Is forth- coni'ng nothing final will be done. l.tHprs were read nt the meeting trom Iho lion. Arlhur Melghen, min- ister, of the Interior; Mr, Drake com- inissfoucr of reclamation', nnd W. A. P-, In Vnlch..cncourflg. Inf; referc'ncc was made lo a memorial on Irrfgndon- development.- In thla country despatched BOine llm'b.ngo lo Clark, who was sent to Rticliar- csl fls nllleii high comrnlssEon- or wilh nolcg-from the pence conference In Iho Rumanian eovornidchl, favors a policy.of In Won'f Seek' Rd-Elcclion Eilher For or Chamber of IJepulica PAHIS, Oct. Prcmitr Clemen OTTAWA, Oct. of an hour sufiiccd to dispose of business on the orrtc'r paper "which the I gGvernmcnland prlTalo Members were I prepared to go'on wllh" (o'day iu' "the house ot commons. Although the n UC3 M On of silling on ThanksgiTiinv Day, In view ol Ihe jirobabfl'ly Uiil busincas can not "he concluded hy Saturday nlglil, was discussed, 11 dovelojjcd there was noth- ing today. This Is because doubt atlll J exists ea to the hringins dpwn of cer-[ lain legislation, Including a bill relat- ing .to railway Questioned on this point today, the government promised an announcement, by'Thurs- day. RS (o (ho dale of pro- Is also due" lo Ihe clrtum- stances .lliat the "Bjieclal-commlttco considering the bill to nm'cnrt the art relating lo Ihc depnrlmcnt of solJIcra' still engaged In Inking evidence' and must, report GRAND FORKS, rJ. D., Oct. When a mob of over 100 Grand Forks and i East Grand Minn., men reschcd ihe county Jail al Cropkston, early this morning, with the cd intention of lynching Jim Smith, a nenro 'charged with at- catilt and murder of EdnaAVerner, aged they found--Smith" had taken from the Jail and hid- den lii Ihe coCmtry, The Werner fllrl's: found early under the Red River bridge here.with bullet wounds. Tho whole. eour> try near scents of the crlmt Is In a high pitch.of. I'rtlllb, UCt. VilCniCn- 1L1 iiiuok. cean delegation of former sold- lieforo prorogation. Apart from this lera lhat Ke would not be R cnndldale icjiorl. perspective railway. loglslalion (or rc-cTe'cllon .cllhcr for Ihe senate and rhn prohibition or for- according to M.lporlnnt mftssurc allll lo cDmc befoio Clemencc'ati'B'-'newspaper j tho HOUEG. M the one concerning: the Llbcrle. of the civil. serTlcc The anollierlassault j amendments (p Iho Civil Service upon' tho 'cabinet by Iho opposition Act. hns been-Increased by. the-actton of before J. II, Burn- Ottawa. Much sallsfnction expressed over ,the likelihood ot tho province re Iho.control and Allocation of the walor resources ol Iho province n's" announced [n a special 'de'epntch to lhc Ulhbrtdge Herald from OUawa. Ilial country, according to-iho' niakes nclinl extension pns- Journal. fi [slblc n reasonably short'lime, fr ft o 4> the ccneral fccltni. ber Iri plan to hold olcctlona for Ihe chamber In advance ol those for the senate. It Is Premier.Clcmenccnu's'lntcnlioir. nc- 'cord'.ng' (o suppoAlUp.n, to .make th'is retir- ing before the olccilons, should he be dcfca'tlid..'.- the electoral committee of the cham- ham endcaTortd .to preclpilqle n the government's cnsalbn on his resoluUqn''caning fit- ON, Ocl, 3.--Prc- sWtfil AVilaon'continues lo hnlil f tho allgHt -im'provcfiient 'in his said, n today by his tcnllon lo tho absence nf uny 10 prolecUon hi Iho or.tllno of'goVerh- njcnt policy, which nppeared In tbc newspapers, subsequent recent tAndUa, but Iho. not dlspo cd to discos ho IVENS QRAVED AUTHORITIES SAH.VIA, Oct. fact Lhat he .was refused permission by Mayor Ncsbltt lo speak In tiib. liRll or on Iho city bropGrlyi In Ibrla park, llev. IvienS (btilght mccefflfirlly flddreascd 'n Fight Gen. Denikinc'a Forces Following War Dechratlwt By Simon PARIS, Oct. Uhralnfan" irobps.; Burprfsnl and nllacked.'by n Russian volunteer, army and violent j fighting' la hi progrcja, according lo J the Ukralnlnn press bureau at -Basel quoting adylces recited from VodoIflK. It Ts bclicTCd thai Ih'la cnc6untcr Ii Iho first lo follow the reported tloclar- otfon of war on den, ;'Qanlhlne; th' i nntl-nolehevilc cqfnmand.ei' spnlb Iliisgln, by den. Ukrainian m'lltary.leaderi ;