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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta iCETWEI.VS THU LETllllPJnGE DAILY PAT MORAN' REDS FROM FRONT PAGES Rath struck out. James got i ,lh m tho three and two hole and jiped' the third strike over on hjni. lubert up. Tlall one. Uauberl filed Groh up. Strike one. oh called for the ball and examined but the umpire ruled u vas O.K. ml, slrike mo. Dall one. Ball two. Hi tul.ie. Groh singled lo Gandil- le latter pot the ball back of first. it cc.bld not get up In. time. Groh !rcel his ankle wten he stepped on rit base and play ivaa delayed for a :iv minutes, but he resumed his posl- ou on first Rousch up. Ball ie. Ball Housch doubled '.o It field, scoring Orch on the hit; but was caugbl between second ad third wbeu'Ueuold threw to His run. U was the longest bit made dur- ing Its series at this park. Xcile. who was playing deep, backoj up to the fence and waited for the ball to to orer his Felsch Kopf took Felsch's grounder tossed lo Daubert for tho Ihird out. One run; one no errors. FOURTH INNING; First crowd gars Jack- ecu a great hand clap as. lie loot hts place In left field. up. Itari- den lined into Gandll's bands for the first up. laier was bit by the first pilch and trotted to f-rst. Hath up. Foul, strike one. Ritb. attempted lo sacrifice, but the ball rolled foul. Dall one. foul, strike two. mil two. Hub. sirgled Ihroush second. Rlsierg man- au iiiuu muiij n.a- seccuu. ujnii- and hi the run don n Schalk and to stop it. but could not recover ,'eavcr Eot asslsU. wailo Edile Ccl- i( iu umt ,-or a pii out. lating ns tinally pat Iho ball on blm. ,n; Iwo no errors. SECOND I second. Daubert up. Ball one. Foul I strike one. Dall tno. bauberl singled lo centre and Kller was caught at the up. Ball ooe. Slrike Eiale when Lieaold made a wonderful den scored. Stale reached Ihird and Harldcn second oil Jackson's .n row to tho plale. Kller up. Risbcre .hrew out Eller at first. making n >retty throw from deeu short. One one hit; no errors. EIGHTH; SECOND II Chlcaso UeboM up. Bill one. Slrlka oue. Strike two. Bill Iwo. Foul. Ball three.- Uebo'.d. hit a Ily to Nealc in deep right, tddie Collins up. cuuVis singled through; the pitch- er's boi Itousch retrieved the ball. Weaver up. Koul. strike one. Weaver doubled to right field boj seals, put- tins Eddlo Collins on third. Jncisou up The ouirield moved tor Jackson. Ball oue. Jackson doubled. scoring Kddle Collins aud Weaver. Felsch up. Felsch popped an easy one to Dsutorl aud ,'acksdu held I Chairman linruch. Puts Dan Forwiiril ul Conference on Behalf of Public Privileges Enjoyed by Soldiers To He Extended to Widows of Men Killed second. Candil up. Caudil tripled to .corta.. OcL A national OTTAWA. Oct. bill lo intend luo Civil Service Act and lo conErru the re-chisslncation of (jut- side r.nd inside civil service whirl) his cceu occupying the attention of a special committee of tho commission right field. Jackson scoring. .Neale iruco to continue three mouths ,M fc under tho chalrmansh! lost the ball In the siio and it landed was proposed in a resolution offered j'.' mnorlpj ti rmm him. Ho'.. a., in.tav hv ot liaa- v-as rcporieu u fully three feet away from him. Ho tno industrial conference today by did not locate It until It had bit the j uernani Llaruch, chairman of tho del- ground. Klsbcrg up. Slrike oue. Hall representing Iho public. All one, Slrike Iwo. Rousch fumbled ana lockouts would terminate HlsbeTg's Ily wii Gandil el rolled over the plate- Rousch wavered when the ball got into the suu. but finally got It and then Blade a fumble. Schalk up. ne. Gandil line filed lo Daubert. j to Schalk." Rath reached th'rd I Ralh tossed out Schslk at first. Four llsbsrf up. Ball one. Hall two. Lu.j Dartert second on Iba play. hree. Slrike one. Eller had trouble, Un. Gruh popped out to Col Katlcg the piate and walked IVsuerg. xo two hits; no errors. icd the urapire, but It ivas relumed o Eller. ScV-alk un. Ball one. Itari- j i Isn dropped Stalk's- foul and m a ful] Elven an error. Strike one., mf. Uall ,wo runs: four no errors. NINTH; FIRST up. error. Strike Strike twa. Koul. Foul- Sctmlk ariin ianled the umpire lo esamiue the jail aud he tosssil it'bacX to Filer. two. Schslk siilgled to left. Dun- an came iu fast biu tie ball the jro-and lireL reicbins lames up. James hit a hlsp foul lo Girh and neither runner Hiivanced. up. Ball one. Rath singled over second, Risbtrg nianag- r.nrtil hniMM i knock hls Lut Gandil hoisted I M[ get K lo llmc Dau. bert sacrificed. to Cimilll. immcuiately. Imnivdiato arb'iiratiori OCTOBER 9, Draw on Your Customers through the Merchants Bunk. With. Branches in all parts of Canada, and corrcs- abroad, this Bank is in a position to present Drafts promptly, have them accepted, and collect payment, with least possible trouble and cost to you. The Manager -will be glad up this matter with you. MCRCHANTS BANK OF CANADA Head Office: MonlreaL LETHBRIDCE BRANCH, MONARCH BRANCH. BARONS AND NODLEFORD BRANCHES, Established 1864. R. J. DINNING, Maniaer D. R. M.cKAY, M.nijtr, M. A. KILPATR1CK, Mincer. to tho house. Some amendments of imncrUm-a drafted by.a sub-ooniuiiljpc were In- corporated in Iho bill as reported. OHO cileuds Iho privilege enjoyed by sotil- o, ,h. strike was to tho rosCorenco- by President Gompers. ol, ,0 widows 0, the American Federation cf Labor. f lives partlci" meut 01 "bor also was presented, by pre.en-cs tho Mr. Baruch, oj pnMBl of civi, up s.rite Liebold up. Strike oue.. sinks Hall one. llisberg struck out. ibe Ust strike be- ins a foul lip that Barideu held on to. Schalk uu. Sirike one. Foul, strike two. Groh gathered iu Schalk's grounder aud threw him out at first. No runs: no hits; no errors. K1FT1I up. Kddle Col- I. lins cot nousch's crouuficr anil.threw first-base aud reacting Ihe eilreme corner before Felsch re- covered. Neale up. Dall one- Strife ...J threw him out at first. KoplJlp. Ballone. Weaver came over fail, get- tag Kopfs grouiiler and throwing to J belweel] and Gandil for Ihe put out. Xcale up. Ball K up. one Ball two. Foul, strike one. Ball three. Slrike two. Foul. Ncale. Hath Uklcg seVond. Croh up. Strike one. Bill one. Groh hoisted lo Lie- bold, Rath holding second. Housch up Weaver threw out Rousch. Gandil lattne the throw. Xo runs; one hit: no errors. SIXTH; SECOND Murphy battli'E for WESOU. ilutphy. up. Uall one. Uall thiuking ihc ball had been touched before It rolled foul, stayed on first, and tie crowd booeJ Jiim_ He resum- e'd his place in Iho batter's boi aud fouled (is nesl hall. He Ihtn drew his fourlh ball and waited. Kariien' ii'p_-.-Elrife.e one. Sliike twu. Hull ohb. Neale was caught, stealing. Schalk to Eddie Collins. No runs; no h'its; no etrrors. '-THIRD INNING; Second Eddie Collins up. Hall orie. Strike one. Strike two. It was ;--Ioiif. Ball Iwo. Eddie Colluis line Hied It was a hard hii drive but directly into lha hands of Duncan. Weaver up. Ball one. -Weaver hoisleil a high fly that. a circus ratch off. eolns pack- and barely getting it- Jackson up. Ball one. :The moved I back'lor Jackson anil he pat one inlo "he right field-bleachers lor a home one. Foul, strike two. Xeale singled w' second, scoring Rigler examined the ball and then" threw it back to James. Xeale stole second. Schajk's throw was a little wild- James almost caught Xeale with a quick throw to Hariden up.' Bill one. Strike one. 'Foul, strike two. Jlisbp.rs lirew Hnriden out at first. One run; two hits; ijo.errora- S'STK 1NNIKG; First Halt- Cincinnati Eller up. Uall one i slrike one. Eller singled through the boi. Rath uo. Ralh up. Every Cin- cinnati player has now made at Icasi one hit. Ball one. Ball two. Ball three. Slrike one. Strike Iwo. Jsmes got Rath in Ihe thrce-and-Iwo. hole and Iheri walked him ty pilching one ide. This finished James und he w.as ordered Irom Ihe, boi by Manager Gleaion, "Wllklnso'n relieving him on the'' mound. Daubert up. Ball, one first olferlne was estrcme- but Schalk held on lo it. Foul altempled to Daubert bunl Iwo. Murpny waa nit. by me iuim pitched bail euil walked to first crowd was in an uproar. Liepold up. Ball one. Dall two. Slrike one. Housch made a circus calch otNI.ie- bold'; Ily, barely getting to. it and turning a somersault, held the ball. Murphy held first. Eddie Collins up. Slrike one. Ball one Foul, strike Foul. E- Collins singled to 'Murphy going lo second. Wca- er up The umpire agalu eiamined he ball and tossed il back to Eller. eale grabbed Weaver's fly and Mur- ay made third after the calch. ic Collins held first. Jackson trike one. E. Collins stole second. trike two. Ball one. Foul, nath hrew out Jackson at (Irsl No runs; ne hit; no errors. one j, but tmlei USE SLOAN'S? in.front of Ihe plale.and Schal! w-wild-tptcslch .....rcacllin'i'tliert safely, Ralh (aV llns s'ccona and Daubert'first. Groh 'uy. -Slrlkc one. Foul, strike Iwa Rroh fnbncd, sfriWns it Ihe final one Slrikc seltletneDt. Under the eacli group In itie conference would- name representn.- Uvcs to the board. Arbitrate Steel Strike j Del. Immed-' lale Industrial Iruco lo continue I three mouths; creation of an arbitra- tion board-by Ihe president ami con- gress and inimedictc arbitration ol" the national steel strike were among proposals made loday to the indusrlial conference liere. Tho first two ivsrc pTCteuLed by ot the" public and "the last by the labor gronp. Bernard M. Barucb, cbairaian ot the public group, made the proposal for Ihc Industrial truce, irliile Samuel Sompers, president of the American Kederation of Lahor and chairman of the labor group, proposed arlrilralioQ of the steel strike. 3Ir. Gotnpers' plan contemplated the relurn to work ol Ihc sleel strikers pending the out- come of efforts to arbitrate the dia putc. There was a considerable divergency of opinion in favor ot tho houso of commons having control ot ila own PATTERSON-BELL HAV AND GRAIN CO. Union Bank Chambers, can tix you up with your Feed In Quality, Price and Prompt Shipment. 252-J BERLIN', Oct. Haase, er of the Independent-Socialists, was I shot today but a quarter of an hour before he eipected to make a sensat- ional disclosure lo the uclional assem- bly iu 'connection with the govern- Liberal-Premiers To men'.V Baltic -policy and -tho'tolerant ________. ______ over know, jiandy. You ivlll -'will out of reach oi Col- use It tor those rnc un EM ODe. Ball for r'elievipg (hat lame back, muscle stillness and r'ns up. lira. to right, scorins Danbert and puttlne Ronsch on'third, ,all sorts of eternal pa-nca'n-' lo'ofe; second on 'lW throw -lo pains, and eiposure aClermaths-. lakes a lULle, applied -wilhoiiL rubbing." Soon, penetrates, scattering congestion, bringing merciful. re: to Ihe'lhrobbiiig, Tiree -Jl.'-lO. Any. drqgslat 1C not, bis name. (Made In Sloans rilling'tht, bases Foil, strike pne; Ni POISON LIKE UNTO Vemon el ftolessbr" ft. Straus, M. 1.1 Ito Boval CharVy Iloapiuil, saj-s, "Ite hi an of goul, rheumatism, ngo, U 'supplictf by the increase 'ol uric add ia ,tbt blood serum, tte rtsul! ill Various causes, Ibs most (req-aent ol which 'a rcnat. Before .an .atlact, oca 'EiuTera Bonjctimej from headache, here nn'J t your liineys'.'Ml htc lonipa o catch Rousch at third. Ko'pf up. Ball oae. Dall two. r'oul, strike one. Strike two. Ball three. Kopf walked, again.-. Neale :up. _____....... ..ealc fouled pit .Ihe first one Inlo'lhc grandsland- Neale forced Rousch it ihe plile, when Wea- Ver'grabbed his drive and threw to Schalk. Ra'riden up.. Ball one. Foul slrlSe one.; Ball two. Foul, slrike two. .Ball-three. Kopt was off second bate by a snap throw Scualk to nisb_erB. Three runs; three hits! one. error. SIXTH IKN1NG; Second up. Fnul, striki ,one. Font, strike-two. Ball one. Wea 1 ver singled over first, Ihe ball taking a'nasly bound and billing Dfnborl on the shins. Jackson up.' Foul, slrlk ;one. Jackson hoisted a long fly tha got. Housch was playing ei- Iremely deep. Felsch up. Foul, strike one.- Foul strike iwp. Foul. Ball one. Rousch also took care pi Felsch's high Ily; Candil cp. Foul, strike one. Ball one. Neale camped under Can- iIVs Ilr aril captured 11.' No rune; one lit; "no'errors." Mrit up. Kelsch took Raflden's fly, Ihe Jailer hitting at Ihe liat ball pitched. Eller up. Strike dnc. Slrike Iwo. Foul. Eller struck oul, strlkiiiE at the Ihlrd one, Rath up Uall one. Ball two. Strike one. Ball three. Slrike Iwo. Bali lour. Ralh walked. Daubert up. Bill one. Strike one. Foul, slrlko ,two. Bill two. Rath stole second. .He got off to a good start and belt Ihe ihrow. Ball three. Daubert also valkctl Oroli up. (iroli hoisted lo I-Iebold for Ihe Ihird'out. Xo runs; no hits; no errors. SKVKSTH; Second up. Ball.one. Foul, strike one. Ball Iwo. Strike two. menl's'Baltic -policy _ attitude German government toward the west HussieVanli-Bolshe- vik This fact gave cur- ren'cT to a rumor thai tiie attempt ag- ainst Herr Haasc's life had a political origin, but a crosi-eiamination ol Voss his assailaaL indicates that he Was actuated by.motives pt personal revenue. H. When the jession-opeuefl; President of Ibe nnounced that Herr Haase tai-beeu Hacked and Ihe at once voted ympathy to his family as well aa to Herr -llaase, accpropanled by his wife was going info the reichstag bulld'ng when a well dressed man Br- ed si-veral shots at him. Haase and L'3 wife Jumped aside, seeking to find shelter behind of the relchsUE unilding. His assailant, 'who Is a native pi Take Gliargerofe-Campaign in Own Provinces BUSINESS LARGE AND SMALL This Hank is equipped to render complete Vank- ing facilities to iudividnals, partnerships and companies, large small. branches throughout every province of Canada, and coires- in ail parts of the world, j-our banting business be with promptitude and at the minimum of expense. OLIT facilities are at your disposal. THE CAN ADI AN BANK OF COMMERCE. LETHBR1DGE BRANCH W'ARNEK BRANCH MILK RIVER BRANCH R.T. BR-i-MNEK. J. H. S. CORDON, Mon.gei CHURCH Thursday, October 16th Ai 8.15 p.m- LEO, JAN and MISCHEL LHERNIAVSK I UNDER AUSPICES THE KNOX CHURCH CHOIR Admission plus war tax. Tickets from .members of.choir. OTTAWA, Oct. At a meeting lere yeslerday of Ihe esecutire CODI- mitice ot Ihe Laurier monument fond I >lans were perfected for the erection jyc-r the grave oC ilie late Liberal chief at Xtrire. Dams cemetry, Otta- wa, oE "which 'is Iff h monuuGiiL, the cost of g he defrayed by popular subscriptions by individual" admirers of the dead statesman of amounts not j ?5. U was decided lo Rflfl to the csecu live, i consists of prominent Lib- f erala livins within easy access of Ihe capital, the JJberal prime.. ministers of the eight provinces In 'which Lib- eral governments are In power and Mr.' .Hartley Dewart, the Ontario Lib- eral leader. Vienna, named Johann Voss, pursued it -nag also decided (a ask the pro- his victim and fired at him. Haase. afterward, was. found to haTo been struck In the Ihlgh. ahdornen and forc- His wile, who TV33 not Injured. her husliarfd, vyho hart .incial prime mlnlstera lo tafce charge of tlie campaign for funds within iheir respective and to organize provincial committees. They were requested lo complete aCCOmpP-niea BUI iiuauauu( iinu j t------ collapsed, to Heidweig'3 hospital. I the organisation of their committees Theatre FIRST TOURING CAR Baalim Motor Local Agsnts. SECOND DIAMOND RING On Display at Wright's Jewelry Store. THIRD DIAMOND RING Same Store. HaasB'a wounds were pronounced not dangerous. Voss. who It El rears old and-a leather worker, submitted calmly to arrest. by Nov. 1. The for funds will he continued from lhat date until Feb. 17, Lhe firal anniversary ot the dealh. I ot Sir Wiltrjl, a period o! slightly less I than three months. -WILL BE KARMER- LIBERAL .CONTEST IN. ASSINIBOIA wlira lie fcwk hurts oi Uieurino ii Soady.'-full-'ft sediment, ot'you aw two or (imes i-bigiiir you suffer, with a'fofj, jrtomicli 1 or ;oa The Hamilton Hydro commission is moving lo larger quarters In the old public library. Ocl'. What uzs con- sidered the last chance lo make the federal bye-election in Ihe. Asslnlhola constituency a' three-cornered fight went aBllmmering today when Sergl. Stuart Gibson announced that ho would not enter the contest as a sol- dier cancIHalo. 0. R. Gould, the far- mers' candidate, and lion. W. It. Molh- erwell, Ihe straight Mhcral nominee. will fight It out betwecn'Ihem. ZEPPELIN LINERS FROM BERLIH TO STOCKHOLM STOCKHOLM. Ott: Zeppelin air- ship sorvlco between ticro'and Hcrlin was opened loday by Ihe German-air- craft company. The airehip FJodcnze left Berlin at 5 a.m. anil reached hero Bl 12.30 p.m. The. company a regular bl-wcekly eervlce, -the. fare being fixed at 400. kroner per passc-n- .Twentyrfivo pasaengera. can', be .DEWS_OF. EVE No More Gentle than ''Cascarets" for the Liver, Bowels' The following names Tiave been nominated and voted for Campaign up to noon Thursday, I III pTfiy- m 'iai i mncl tii toA uScf dkwlru Ei 1 iml.pe'r one. SchalS fouled out lo Harldcn.! Wilklneon up. Blrllio one. Ball one. Ball Iwo. Strike Iwo. Wilkinson Blruclt ouL! N'o runs; no hits; no crrora. -BIGIITH; FIRST ftoiiscti up. Strike one. noo'ach was hll by the second ball pitched and walked to first. Wllkln- 8on. claimed he .n'aJ Ihe claim wne up. Gan- dil.iKipf up! fKopI Joined: a' foul- to up. 'WcaTcr. Npalo cno, -3. Ball 'three. Striht two. Hill Iwo. font. Fnul. Xealo "dBEoIyb'tlio jwtonoiu ier gelling ..Wilkinson In Ihc Ihrec ._, ,.j_ hole, lie drew another bad Hall nnd ona- It vrill starnp anl] cenli to.Dr. Pierco'a.InvaliaV On0 On0 and walked. HarldBn up, one. Rarldcn alnglci) to Iclt 'Adlcr-l-ka expels ALL gaa anil sour--, ness. stfrpplnR filnmiich distress IN-1 BOTH upper and bowel, Hushing.- HNTItlE alinif-nlary fouli natter which poisons eysleni.. CU1IBS consllpalion. Prevents ap- pcndlcllls. We have Bold Adlcr-l-ka many years. 11 IE a mixture of buck- Ihorn, cagcar.i, glycerine nnd nine oili- er simple Illirlnt'OU.nni fc Co., Lid., CONSOLIDATE-D PLATE DQyou realize that your besr salesman is. a modern up to date store .front. "Zouri" Metal Store Front Construction, Names Vole: Aunie ISO Ma Murray 113 Dcrolhy 125 Agues Bales............. 110 Mary Cameron.......... Kallileen Gricr K'> Mrs. M. W-. Huff 210 Margaret AEneiv Mabel Peacock........... May Lowe 159 Dena Huff J.13 Mrs. A. M. Davis 2M Nancy Madclison 12: Mrs. J. H. Thompson J6r> Hose Nctcaux...... JIl-s P. Sumncr Mrs. Clan lioosa....... Hannah Dalrymple Helen McKillop......... 150 Slella CUIWlR Ill Mrs. 11. Oant Mrs. KcnntU.......... .Maggie Mooro Mrs. Anmc .Meredith Minnie lylpplngwell .lane McKcnzin.......... 11" Mra, MargarEl McMecklu.. ID." llJirlot Iliisscll la. Helen Forbes 13 Mabel Winter........'.... 100 Chailotlq JIIMe'r 14' Doris N'excnnx 12i Kelly J1i Winifred Llngard Hi Miss A. I'Xaiis 13i Marie McKoE9 In nlancho Drooks 22' Jean 2) Klscy Pill 10 Anna Carlaon 11 Clara Wells............. 10 Hilda MCCormick 17 Nr.mcs nzola Ilardic Mrs. 0-csr M'illulg "Mra.'Kima llollmati Mhrcirel Fjiiieraon 'IjiLLIc Mrs. Krnpsl Woods Jin. llsrliart Siminons Il'ixie I.fisllc ila Mct'nrlauil Jlisa E. Cbaylin Mils IJ. Kiilliv-in Nellie Crnljh M. drove KaHrj Ncsroy Lulu KIsfhtH............ Mrs. W. Wade Mrs. H. KllDYv-Ilon'........ Kathleen McCormnek Mrs. .1. O'l.cary 5lppgin llcnlon francos I'orJor.....'..... .1. 0. Holiinfdn...... KV.I r.rcsel Mrs. T. W. A. jMrs. Harry ]na McLcny Jlra. W. A. Wclr Klpic llnpcLt J.nnfo I'isko Margaret Wjlln......... Mary IXirgaii .Mary Itoinolus Florence Donald Mrs, 0. Matlllcwa Voles 111 vu 105 111 591 1S5 133 22-j a 70 2IJ 110 lOD wo 205 135 17.5 ir> 210 100 ISO 101 111 170 n; 105 105 Hi) 11-r isa icl 100 12i 550 ISO 101 Free voloa are given "with ad- -mission Ip Ihe Empress and tlie iatly.sccurinp Ihc larB- cct niitnber by Oct. 30, will uo aivaroc.l the ChcTrolcl Tourirc Oar. Tho second largest num- licr will receive Iho }W Dia- mond lliiig, and tho third larg, cst nunihcr