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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 1920 THE HERALD s 'it PAGE ELEVl Last Year's Series 1912 WorU'sSctka Holds Reo did For bteiestinc Figures t NEW TOSK, Oct. werWa lories tut year between Cine limit! of Ltho National League and Chicago of I Amertcaa League was the first fiTe'olit of nine aeries under the Nat- I iooal Coanlulon'a Jurisdiction Only eight gunes, however, ere' bare J19S2622. Purse for Cincinnati (24 I men) 73. i Purse for Chicago 9i i Each .Cincinnati player i Sacb Chicago piajcr J32T43 Puree for second place teams' {abont. fllty, men) IPiirse for third place teams (about fifty men) 9 Each second place player (abont) 5 goo 0 Each third place player (about) .v "CORNS" lift RigKf Off Without Pain .WON WOMEN'S CHAMPIONSHIP .Oct. Curttss bl-planes are competing this after- BOOU In the first aerial races ever stag- ed In new aviation field at the old Polo Grounds, St. durent, In nights to St. Lambert aiid lack, a distance of 16 miles each way. Tie ratee'.wlll ,be a handicap event pen to all firing machines ot the land ype for holding cerli- ica'.ei. .'.''or the., race the Montreal iranch' of the Aerial league of the British! Empire is offering a ha'udsome silver competition cup. There .are our contestants, all Montreal men and .the races will be run in two heats and a' COMMANDER 4. K. L. ,ROSS )t Montreal owner of Sir Barton the entr> for tte turf lumpionsUlp of th? -norld The race wUlbe at Kenilworth oa Octolier 12. Cincinnati club's sharo Chicago club's national League treasury American League treasury VallonaiCommlss ion's share. 41.40 World .Series Oct 1 at 9, Chicago 1 ftuelher >s Cicotte, pitch :rs 2 at 4, Chicago's., Salee vs. Williams, pitch- ers Oct. 3, at 3, Cin- cinnati ys'. at 2 Chicago 0. Ring vs. Cicotte; pitchers Oct o. at 5 Chicago 0 Eller vs, Williams pitch ers, Ocl 6 at 6 Qlnclm-atl 4 Kerr VE Ring pitchers Oct. 7, at Cincinnati 1. Cicbttfi .vs. Salleo ijitchers. _ _ Oct. 10 Chicago i i Filer Williams', pitch ers i Snapshots of Brooklyn Nine CLEVEIJUro; Oct. Alcia Sterling ot Atlanta won 4 the''women's national golf 4.championship for the third if conseeutive time when she de- Jeated Mr6. J. V, Kurd of Pitts- burg 4 to 3 at the Mansfield club here today. Miss Sterling alto holds the Canadian title. TWO BROTHERS ARE OPPONENTS IN BIG SERIES' NEW will play. brother :'thls year iiV the (World Series between the Indians a condition whlcrr did ric2 prevail In any of trie'pre- vious series the pennant' winners of- the National and Leagues.' "Jimmy" Johnston .will' hold down third base for the Robins, asd Wheeler Johnston, better known to the' fans as will: guard first; base' has-been "puillng" for Brooklyn.. Once the World Series gets u'nder way each of the broth- ers will work hard, to bring about' defeat of the other team. CONDUCTOR JACKSON i .CLEARED OF CHARGE Chief Justice Hun- ter, hearing the appeal case-of former C..P. R, Conductor Joseph Jaclson, ot this city, whose casu sas heari at Nel- son some time ago, jointly with that of former C. P. li. Conductor W. P. has: overruled tho convic- tion made at that UDIO by the magls- gothMessrs. Jackson and 'Cam- e'ron were 'convicted of "knocking the witnesses being The conviction against Mr.'Jackson has been and the Cameron case Is set for hearing on Monday TO INVESTIGATE TANKER' EXPLOSION; SUSSING MEN WERE LOCATED, ALIVE Nationals, has which so far as NEW YORK, Oct to. determine whether any '.'culpable negligence" caused the explosion In the British tanker G. R. Crowe which killed firo and Injured more than i a score of workmen, .has been started. The three ml sing men whom It was believed bad been' killed by the ex- plosion .were located alive yesterday. TARIFF: COMMISSION REACHES REGINA RBGINA, Oct Members of the Tariff commission arrived here from Saskatoon at a.ra; .-.iNo sessions are -being held today but the 'case team Tf "athletes" local gram growers and nwnu build 13 con faciurers will be presented Honda) and Tuesday at sessions to be held in he city hali The commission will go from. Regina .to Brandon. Oct Brooklyn Nothing Like Internal Bathing For Constipation If .people'.only knew what Internal Bathing m doing for thousands of oth ers there would he tower Pills and Laxatives swallowed, and very much legs suffering from Constipation aui Ihe accompanying Stomach and Ner voiis .Troubles resulting from; it. .J.i A: Darrach, Copper Cliff, Ont. writes: have -been using your J-- Cascade for the .past' three am convinced1'that It is the nipst 'modern and scientific meth- 'od of'dealing with Constipation that has -ever' been -devised, and I will lose no opportunity to promote use among liny friends, as I cau speak truthfully and as to its merits. By. the proper application, of Na lures' cure, .warm water; by means of the J.: B. L. Cascade; the'lower Intes- kept "free from all poisonous waste.-' .pruge force Nature. Internal bathing assists her. Dr .Ghas A. Tyrrell of New, York, a i InternalsBathing Doesn't hart a bit! .Drop a little aching corn, instant- ly thai corn stops hurting, then short- ly yba lift it right off with flogera Truly! Your druggist sellg a tiny bottle uf "Freezone" for a'few centa. sufficient to hard corn, soil'corn, or corn between the toes, and the cat. juses. soreness or Irritation, emenk ACUTE ECZEMA ONBABTSHEAD Terrible Sight. Itched And Burned, Cutlcura Heals. Bifewis two tBonilu blj iptfcen I aoUocd Bttie pimples on her head. TfNV.fcept getting woiteud spread till her Caur, neck snii arms vtra ofifinuas of ernpdonB; burning, athtajf, and bleeding. I was told It wu 1 hadto sew up her 'arma imd legs in linen. 9he 9. ttrhble light. For one jreu I had no ren night or day. In two she begin to mend In fcw'monihi ibt wu baled." (Slrned) Boonmn, MJ KcDonneU St., Ptta boto, April 19, 1919. Stop the use of doubtful soapl, Uw Cwteort for til toilet purposes, cerned appeara'to be, about right for a supreme test of the Among oldest players of the team are first baseman Konetchy and Shortstop Olson, each 3 years of age That age, is conoid ered young among in virtually Una of ehdeavor except ath OlsoS are ffievsenloni Manager Robinson's entry lioth at bat and in the been an important factor in winning the National-League pennant -for Brooke The statistics of the Brooklyn play- 1 ers. show, that the average, age jvears; 'average weight 178 pounds nd the average height.. about- five eel, 11 Inches. What the -Brooklyn club did In the world's series of 1916 against the Bo's on Red Soi gives little data upon hich' to r b.ase.' 'the 'chances uperbas In the coming series. There re now only' eight men playing with Brooklyn who. took part in the 1916 eries. Hack Wheat in five games bat- ed for which Is far belbw his normal average, and. fielderl for lark of .933. Myers' baiting average and his'nelding mark 'ohnstoh' took part In three games, hit or .300 and fletdcd for .600, having put out and one, error. Miller had a batting average of .125 In two games and fielded perfectly. Olson went through the ;five. hit. for 250 and 'fielded .for. .840.: -The- other hree players in the.4916 series were iltchera Marquardj Pfeffer, and Smith. .not get .a.hit In bis two games, but had re- cord. Pfeffer In four games bit for 250 and Molded perfectly, while Smith n one game got' a -hit which netted him a battipg average :of .200. Ho accepted one put out .and had seven assists' for a'perfect fielding record. None of the three pitchers now .with Brooklyn succeeded in winning a'game n the, 1916 series, -rfeffer'tppk part in three gamfes, nltchlng nings., lie wak chirgeil, wjth one de feat.'- Smith pitched 13 1-3 Innings I one game and was charged with the defeat, while Marquard pitched 11-ln nings in two games and was dh.araijl WON DUKE OF YORK STAKE LONDON, Oct Associated Press Orpheus to the Duke of York ;Chuette, li to 2, ft -was: second and Abbotts Trace, 5 to 1, third Ten ran, Silvern. the favorite, was fourth. wltli defeats In' both. specialist ed and perfected the J B I, Cascade which has done more during the past 20'-years in restoring health .and less- ening-disease-than'all other means combined.- :As6 Red Cross Drug and Book Alta., for book- let, _Whrj Men of Today Is Only 50 Per They will also be pleased" to show and explain the J B L. Cascade toTyou or write to Tyrrell s Hygienic Jnsltlafe, 163 Col Real Help for Tired Feet time of cr falf-ncw to bruk thcM UM HTCDCMbr a lew ;Absorbin-eJ- Ljrman BcriUlnn, MimtrcaL Skin Troubles With Cuttcura AUTOMOBILE STORAGE LIVE AND DEAD STORAGE f FOR WINTER Our accommodation rates and location will Interest car owners In North'Lethbrldge, Day and nlrjht iervlce. Call and see UB. 'North Lcthbridge E, J. 13th St. N. The official magneto'service sta- TORONTO InCenffaof Shoppin and Business Distric 250 ROOMS SAMUEL 0. niODELL Of fhtladelphla', who announces (hat he will withdraw hig Inoronftlibrcti, from racing, 'following the event nl Konllworlh on October 12, when Mano'-War ineola Sir Bar- ton. Justlikeacaielessbpyl Yes, but the cut liad tobe healed and cleanly so he ioiild do his work. Father prevented infection" ty 'antiseptic BctioD. All teell in a few dayt toptriu nerrous burrii, It Ltllk Nmi fa_Ltlttc l Sailings TO LIVERPOOL Empress jif Britain .....Oct. 13 Minnedosa .___... ...'.Oct. 16 Prince 20 Mctagama 23 Victorian ...i..........Oct 27 Corsican...............Oct 30 TO GLASGOW Sicilian ................Oct 14 22 JAS. GORDON PHONE 512 Tickets Issued on all other Allnntlc Linea. iriRllBOE te your jva eu ioodi witiout feu of Isiijwtiaa FUtiilncg Aridity PdplUtfcl i. 'A few tablets of MUitjr, and giving almost iiuUnt {tiki. lirge 60c c CANADIAN PACIFIC OCEAN SERVICES HAVE YOU BEEN OUT SHOOT- ING YET? You can, still get your supplies In time by Mnd- Ing us your prdere. Our It always of the beat. THE KINGSTON SMITH ARMS CO. LTD. 1 Edmonton, Caljary. CONSUMERS' HARD- WARE SUPPLY CO., Lethtridge bocai Agents "EVERYTHING GOOD m SPORTING GOODS' CUNARD ANCHOR Anchor Donaldson Wheat Participation Certificates Payment of the balance due on Certifi- cates will be made by the Canadian Wheat Board about October 15th. Certi- ficates entrusted to us for cbllectioh will V; receive prompt attention. Our Winnipeg, Grain Exchange Bran'jt, will facilitate the collection of your t ficatei, which may be left at any branch. i _ The Royal Bank of Canada Total Resources.... _', 700 BRXNCHES PROPOSED SAILINGS NEW YORK-LIVERPOOt Carmania.Oct.23 K.A. Vic. .Nov. Carmania.Nov.30 K.A. Vic. i.Doc. Carmania.Dec. 18 K.A. Vic. ..Jan. NEW SOUTHAMPTON MauretanlaOct.28 'Aqultanla.. Nov. 11.-- Aqnllanla.Nov. Imperator.-Dec. 9 AquHania. Dec. 1 NEW BOURG Caronia...0ct. 21 Caronia...Nov. 2 NEW HAMBURG Saxonla.. .Oct. 30 Saxon la. ...Ecc. NEW Vfa MOVILLE Columbia. .Nov. 6 Columbia. .Dec. Columbia Jan. NEW GREECE Fannonia Nov. MOMTRB Casonndra.Oct 16 Saturnia..0ct J Cassandra.................. Nov.> 20 For full Information apply to R. or S. S. Agents, or Company's office SC.OTT BLOCK, 270 Main St.. Winnipeg. SALEOFLANDINTHECrnrti LETHBR1DGE FOR ARREARS OF TAXES 1 NOTICE Is hereby jglven that certain lands'In the City of bridge will be offered for sale for arrears.of taxes and .costs .ot Tuesday, the 9th day-ot A.D., 1920, at 10 o'clock In .the', forenoon at the City Hall In the City of that.theV: list of the lauds (p appeared in tho.Lethbrldge newspaper published in the Clty'ot Lethbrirlgeu'in the said newspaper published on.the 25th day of September, 1920n and tho 2nd day of October, 1920. 'A printed list of the'said may be obtained at iny office. '_ :The interest on the arrears of .taxes as, shown. oppositei !s computed to the JOth day of June, AND PTJRTHER TAKE NOTICE that unless .the taxes, Interest anoVcpsls be sooaer paid I will proceed U>'e said lands for taxes at the time ani place above mentioned. Vv5 DATED AT LETHBRIDGE, fnHbe Province ot Aloerta, fUil': 26th day of September, A.D.j 1920. jf. DONALD Ai DUFF, A3 K ;.'.'Ci Notice is hereby given that no furtier agpli- cations for gas service will be received (Signed) CANADIAN WESTERN NATURAL GAS, LIGHT, HEAT POWER CO. '62O7TH STREET, SOUTH _RETAjL CLERKS-AHENTION PLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT MASS MEETING WILL BE HELD IN HARPER'S HALL, MON., OCT. 11 AT 7.30 P.M. AT REGULAR PRICES And receive ail extra PAIR PANTS FREE XValues up to EVERYTHING GUARANTEED SALE CONTINUES JQ OCL fflj OPEN NIGHTS ,v OUT-OF-TOWN PEOPLE'; Take advantage of this OFFER by writing or telephoning for appoint- ments. I will'go to any railway station within a radius of 50 miles of Lethbridge with a full line of samples. G.A: 307 6th STREET SOUTH. LETHBRIME. ;