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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE snc THR LETHBniDClE DAILY ocroijEn 9, UP FATHER" By G. McManto IVNC.E. AT HOME -111. HAVE TO AFTER nv GOVERNMENT NOT TAKING OVEH THE MoARTHUR ROADS OTTAWA, Ocl. to a question A. jlcKtc lu.tho houso ipday.-lion; J. U. Hfld, nitDliler'ot railways, said IBat' no Hrraiig'cniects Miavo been mode for tho taking over o( tho J. D. McArlhur road In Alberto, tho KOrnooton. Dunvc- pm mil British Columbia rail- way. ort WEDNESDAY'S STARS n r. t j JOHN COLLINS, .trtio conlributed Kid liJeasons Crew be given ine honor, j much io tlie Sos od To Even Up Series This u lo Afternoon WEATHER IS UNCERTAIN CHICAGO, uci- ot the -world's baseball championship by virtue ol tlieir 4 lo 1 victory over lie old lime form, dough lie was virlually on the retired list season. Few Teasers on uie outcome of the series we're reported today. Prevall- ring'oiids on the series apparently were 2 Lo 1, in favor o[ Cincinnati, and even inoaer on today's fame. The' probable "line-up and "bailing oriler follows: Iteds. the Chicago .While to Conrskey Part today -to irjake a determined etlurt lo draw abreast -oC. Ihe Reds in the.mailer of games won Regarded ac out of tic race for premier baseball hon- the Redlegi.took the Jirsl two of the, series ID .the Ohio and Ihta won Ivo here, the American League pennant winners ap- pareVjlly found Ihelr loog loel'baUIns eye-and Ihe.Lvo victories they ham dcred.imt on snccessfre days on for- eignjsoil.brought a'relnrn ol the prt- series confidence in the ultimate ont- conic to Uejr, supporters .here___ Needing but lie" single .game to brfuj: hlj" team. Ibe VcbarnJHonjhiiJ, Manager Moran iras "'expected io seiu? "Hoi" ball-pireher.'io toe in ihe eighth game of the .'.series.. Eller. established the ._ of eii'successive "l strike outs Trben he held the White jSos to' three hits, one a EcratchT in -fide game here- Monday 'when Clncrn- uali won, 5 to 0. Clande "Lefly" Williams, twice de- t the but holding them Jto'an aggregate oC eight hits In liie 'two was expected (o be .Man- ager Gleason'e selection for mound duly. j Both Managers Confident Williams' p'tchiog was o" high _. dc-r, bul each time he opposed I .that Ihe While Eoi heavy flitters TIT- tually were powerless before. With flue assertion that "hla had re- tovtred ihelr batting eyes and fighl- J'TIJ spiril, as'17as evidenced jester day and Tnesday when they batted from the box Readier and Sallee, who overcame Hiem la the first (wo bat i ties. Manager Gleaion was con (id en -his star left bunder would pitch a comeback game, ai did jftEter- ;day. Manager Meran, wbllo somewhat 1 surprised that his cbargCJ had fatlerl in two attempt! to usnra the National -league champions possession ot the I 1919 world's championship, merely pointed lo the breaks of Ibe game as responsible for be leaned the He was confident that they "win today, making un- necessary the playing of the ntnlb game at Cincinnati tomorrow. Showers were (deluded in Ihc olftc- Jal weal her forecast for today, making uncertain-juil wjiat brand ol weather the eighth game would draw after days ol unparalleled ive_alher. Moderate temperature wa forecast, however, and It was slated thai the gamo irould be played unless there was a heavy rain at 2 o'clock, Renewed Interest Interest in the series at Chicago was by 'the comeback the While SOT sUged and wllh" two dlayg o' ticket aalea Tor today's game the pros- Dficl was tbal a capacily crowd would he cut. "Red" Faber, herft of tho 1917 world'a1 aerlee, was mentioned as a AYTilU) poi pitching p03BibllIlr today, bul the consensus ot opinion was thai CINCINNATI Pith, Mr Daubeii. Ib Oroh, 3b: RouschV ct KopI, ss Eller, p. Lleboia, rl E. CpJJins. 2b .Weaver, 3b Jackson, U Felscb, "GandlJ, It) CHICAGO Weather Uncertain CHICAGO, Ocl., S.-It was slightly clbndy here early today and a cool was blowing. Showers, with moderate temperatnre, was the offic- ial wealbpr forecast, mating- 11 rather uncertain Just whal the weather might be at 2 o'clock when the Cin- cinnati Reds and Chicago White Sox were lo claih.ln lie eighth game o! tlie'TrorJd series. HOW THEY'RE BATTING How they're batting up to '-he end of the seventh game: Reuther Fisher......... DauberC .V..... Xeale......... Dancan lUlh......... Drob'., Kopf......... Hariden Magee Ilins Kller Bailee......... Luque....., Tesm batting Mclfollln...... Gandll......... J. Collins E. Colilns Weaver Jackson Felsch........ Rlsberg Clcottc Schalk........ Williims Kerr Wetold I.ynn......... Murphy AD 6 25 25 23 1 23 21 3 1 ..213 ,tsday by banging out three hits out t three times np. bo four ruus. He scored lno o[ Edmonton anri Cow Town Hav- ing Another Row, This Time About Soccer Glasgow Evening In OH" Season lUy Tom Ihc Toronto Telegram) The folioiving by "Uedouin" io tho Glasgow. Evening Xews. will inlerosl Canadtnn footballers: "f had a visit ihe oilier day from one ot tlie leading mining engineers ic Canada, This man, who works miracles wilh heavy mining informed me that Canada wauls a HrHish tram on Cauailian soil. "The tour could, only be undertaken in Ihe season, when (oolball men ure Tree agents. The programme of malches would be. of limited dimen- sions, so as (o avoid long; and n-earl- some railway Journeys. My friecd as- sures me such a tour would pay. Plan Was .Spoiled "Many years ego hail an invita- tion from -Mr, Korsyl And (his is tow it all happened, according lo Calgary.- week ago last Saturday ihtse teams met In in the first oi a homc-and-homc series. Lo decide Uie provincial championship, (be under- sending al lliat lime being thai Ihe it is loday. Th. Edmonlon team'would rnafce the trip descent Ilonrls! tho Caaa .lo over a Scottish eleven to ihc land of Ihe maple leaf. Waller Arnot't'and I put.our heads together. Wo secured pledges from Hie leading players of tho day. About the same time the Corinthians were approached. "Canada -then was different to what ie Canadians of French UnlTCTElly men to Calgary Ihe following andltrere more acceplable vlsilois than a play Uie relurn (Iilurc. Swilts did nol] side of brilliant.inlernaiio'nal Scots of. the 'Shawf-Ield Aoademy' or 'Pities So onr cher- ThcCor- south) (here was'.'.iio other sport at-1 and wound up Ibeir lour at" the traction in tlia'city, SGO tickets bad J Louis Exbibilloii. been sold, and because Lhere was no game Ibe team lost heayily. Bul just shoir up and (he HillTiursts claim Ihe championship. TTic.gaiiie was widely vreem Unlvcrslly' type. advertised la Calgary (they're always I5hed plan got a rude shock, rocUess wilh money in "the. iulhians qrosaeil the 'herring lo show their magnanimity of spirit, llilljiursls aro ready and willing lo en- teriain the Sirifts ceil Saturday in a Call of the Blood civilizing Influences of sport arc' far-reaching loday. Canada Ms ripe for international football. But for the great ivar tlie S.F-A. probably liaUIcfor the honorq and split the have yielded lo the call of Ihc receipts fifty-fifty. So Calgary has It. r-bicod from Ihe other side and spon- The report then Lakes a. new line and' sored a team to lour Uie land whose the provincial authorities come in for a panning and charged with Incompet- ence, the Insinuation being lhal tho whole executive is dead from the Deck up- ifA'i iri.chcr who yesterday am" In tho last CHICK" "GAHDIL, Sox first biisc- n, who Is playing a slnr uaine at man, who Is playing a slnr the initial caek and hitting (imcly. "Mr. Uattrum, secretary of the Cal- gary league, was Jn Edmonton dayr Tuesday and part ot and claims lhat he Ipld President Small thai Hlhhurat was agreeable to play off on Saturday, and this ID denied by the president." What Small Says Thev fads. Mr. Small stales, arc these: On Ihc occasion of the [irsl game here Ihe presidenl had a con- versation T. D. Williams, sccrc- lary of Illtllnmt, and the dale ol the return iiilurc was tentatively fixtd for ihc followliiK Saturday if ihis was agreeable to both clubs. At ttiat tlruc, so President Small stales, Williams eald he would wire Harry Smith, sec- retary of Swifta, on ihe Monday whether or not Ihe date was suitable. No'wire came lo hand. Then BaIlium town, called Tom Davles on tho phont' Tuesday night and told him ihe game would be on Saturday. Ncit morning (Wednes- day) Dnvles called up President Small and advised Mr. had nolUfed him that Itillhurst eipcctod Sivifts, Saturday. As Uie arrangement lad been lhat Williams was to wire Bmilh, I'resMcnl wire (9 JliJJhiirsl secrclnry for conflrrnallon as lo whether or nol the game ivas lob? played. This wire cent Wednesday morning, fnil It Vas not until Thursday noon llial a reply was received. Jnformeil thai J they were cxpectcrt jtp Irflvel Friday night, Kwitis very properly claimed Ibal Uie rollcc ivna nhort, as they had itiartn no nirangtnienls to get Ihelr AnJ (hero you arc, Killie; to Blame the whole vnitd rjuesdoni over linparllally. It would appear lhal Ilillliurst were ai fault. If Ihc- ar- rangement was lhat Williams wag to w'rc Rrnllli antl mil him whether the Saturday lo lilrn to do so. When no message was received 11 was nat- ural enough for Swifts to aaaumfc that the dale had been found unsatlsfao, lory. The prcsUk-nt stalw Ihfit Uie ar- wtrc left entirely In 'he hands of thy clubs concerned, and beCauxe Ihc Uhlhurat did not ,wlro 33 agrccrl upon, ho hn.i clcclnrcil ilia'I the claim of Uie Calgary tfeam to Ihc championship cannot be upheld. Furthermore, a. wire lias licen Bent to the imilnirBl .fldcrelary lhal the fiily-fJitr proposition put up .to (be will not he acdfrptctl, ani Iho packers will south this coin Ing Saturday only If thirteen railway _. _ _ mineral wealth when disclosed ivlll eclipse anything Ihe world has "The big mining 'man from the other side .will sec the 'Blue Peter1 hoisted before September fs out. Ere his departure he will bnve received encouragement for the hoys over there. On senllmental grounds the appeal Is irresistible. "llrillsh football cfubs ami-English international teams liare toured the continent and South Africa, Scots men must nol be behind when Cnnada calls. "The ICvcnlng Xews' Vill eifend support lo a Scottish-Canadian root ball team. Wliat a welcome tno Judg? H. D. Gunn hfls been protnol ;d to the Judgeshlp of the county 01 aoa ine iiign Courl of On :arlo. Probable Starters Today (Knini-CUr Own CorrciBoruJcnt) Oct.. Sargent, Ir. AlfnL-J. Wrjjncr and'Mr. and Mr.i. .Hnl Sunday. -Mr. Wcgijer home, is w-.fer jm -yp- Ha-i.and'Is-fccov- rins rapidly now. .Mrs. Chapcnau aud Mrs. Drown went o Medicine "Hal last Chaimian expects to have an operation vhile there. Mr, and Mrs. Henderson wero rUU- ?rs at ILe lattcr's home nt Foremost Sunday. Jolnmy Nolau relurneil hontc Insl reek his hricle. Quito a crondj caftcd on liim die ulght he got j Vlr. nnd Mrs. Nolan gave a. dance In UK'S hall lasl Friday nigbt. Every- body had a pood lime. Dun'l forget the sale at Orion oa .he I5lh. The Pure nred Sloct association had a meellne at Mr. Hincs1 Monday nlghi. Tlie -Manyberrles Draiualic Club Is giving a "concert and'dancc here io- norrow evonios-- We liopo a. gooi crowd will turn out. as the young pco- lilc deserve it. Charlie West got a. surpr'sc last ivcek.- When be went out Thursday evening lo bulclitr a Llg steer he had purchased lu (he morning and put in lie corral ;il ihu Slater lie "oiiiid Ihe jumped, the five 'col corral KOIIC, Charliu spent Sunday looXiue; for K'm. Mr.. and Mrs. Frank Watrcij wero also visitors h; Medicine UaL lasl week. Harry Foster from Gran lea vofi a visitor in lowu Thursday and Friday. Charlie JtiKey .1111! bis tlster from roEpy were In io ibe dauce Frldny ulght. Mr. and Mrs. Tliorpo returned rhomo from Friday. They were the prince while tneni -Mr. Dolph' Morris -has, betn busy putting up Itay down south this last week. 'i OTTAWA, Oct. J. G, llulher fod, racing commission or appointed by Ihe Dominion government (o Inquire into conditions pertaining- .lo Ihc Jockey clubs and racing associations In Canada, going lo Calgary, Ed- monton, Hegina and other polnla'ln wliere parl-rnutucls nro used In connccllon the harness races at the annual fairs. lie will also vlsll Vancouver ami Victoria to Investigate racing conditions along the coast. Dr. Rnlherford will mako junoraonal Inspection ol each of tho .Canadian Lracks, so Ihal ho will have fuel hand knowledge of the valuations .of .each Ilia report, will be nrescnlcA lo the before the next session opens. faros n'ro na 'is'lho' u'auaf "HOD" ELLER, rcnmrhaljlc on Monday t-nnacd to Tck him lo hurl the crucial (Tfimo lo- WILLIAMS who will cn- to rlo an Ktidlc Clcotlc ccnie- today nml win for ihc aoj after having lost twice to the Hods. If ti'; wins he will make count OTT AUTO LIVERY Special Seivlce on Counlry Phones 787 Residence 12U) WELDING Car Repairing AGENTS' FOR GRAY DORT CARS .Ihe 1 Welding COMPANY Ind Off, Hotel 1M4 LIVERY Wa Meet All Traini. Hcijlltll Phones: Special Hates oa Country Trips SPENCE BROS. Lethbrldge, Mi. Boulton's Auto Livery WE MAKE TRAIN CALLS Office Phone 12D5 Night Phones 133B and IMS HAVE VOIJH RADIATOR RE-CORED Eclcre Iho Huab, ANDY I THS HflDIATOR MAN 418 Firth St. 9. RETREADING DONE BY EXPERTS.. Get your Nmt Retread'bant By Ut-' SECTIONAL AND BROKF.N BEADS OUR SPECIALTY "JVC arc specialists in Vulcan- Character what we huild Into every tire (hat Vo rat read or repair. Class quality and durability are Ihe obJccU of our hlchest en- dDafor. The> mailer otjTnluo- giving Is our chlsf concern. Wo appiecialc a man'- as much aa vro ijij his business. Our la OPP. ELLISON MILLS EVEREADY SERVICE STATION rtLL MAKES OF BATTERIES CHARGED AND REPAIRED All Work GvarantMd A Written Guarantee! (or Tear ind a Hull wilt New Bit- Icrlea, J..P...THOMPSON. Phone HM 4- TILird-Avm. 8, AUTOMOBILE OWNERS Gel yotir ccllululJ lights In am! cnrlllns repaired before Ujo coJil ivcithcr. LETH- BRIDGE AUTD TOP DEPOT Elli Street Xeit to Herald fi, T. BLUNT, PROP. The Mechanical Garage Uteil bought ard gold. General Repairing Corner 4th Avenua Jnd 3rd At Roller Rink. Phone 1190 -Service Station Service Station lor tho famous Mfgnelot. All makes of .inassnelos. generators, ji.ilrcd: Full stock o( car- ried, work guaranteed., MA6NET8. BECHAflQCO The Roy. Electric Co, 618 4lh A'vehua'South PHONE ;