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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 1920 THE LETHBBIDGE DAILY. HERALD MARKET REPORTS 1 tn W1NNIPIXJ, OcL a firm opening wila' tolrly general, weakness derelooei after first Your and brqke atout three itfBti ttom the high tpoU. This was onlyr; tein poriry, hovever and prices cember opened tt to 1.98 and March to l.SS. The .movement brought out a flood of selling; nnd thb reaction was suick, closing around yetterdayV-finish -with December at ..9354 to 1.93.- Oali followed other griinn. Decem- idrauee en unchanged to !4c lower -short coverings over the 54% to 64% and'May %c higher The volume of business was not to tad Anerican allleri were The market firm at the.itarl In the market Ui_r for uub. off quickly wjtbi May pals prnUiuK. increased Ic. With good demand for oaU, barley and iho were active today wMh firiem ihovlnc labitar.tlai ad- October wheat closed 5'ic higher, higher, oats for October, Tic for Dewmlxr and (or bay, higher for OctoVer, Vic' lower for December1 and 3c up for May; rye 3e higher for October; tut .llie higher for October, Joww for November and 2Hc hlgh- Close. Open. OcWbtr'., ng QdiAet December May Octopei; December t May .Oc'ober October November December 106 68 U 6! 66% "5 206K 62% 67% 104 93 U 97 Chicago Clow, CHICAGO, Oct. futures: 198 34; March, 1W. 85 j-8; May 88. 6-8; "May HAY MARKET (Prtwe fnrnUhed by Farm 1 Timothy No. 1 MUed.Tlmothy and A1-, _____ No. 1 Alfalfa (Prices f.o.b. 'cart Coaldale.r, 3C.M -VIM or Old Counjtry Football Scores PAGE ny' ANOTHER VICTIM .170 172 CuK .291 294% .'2J3 293 No 1 Nor 2'9U No Nor No 3 Nor 21-fc No 4 Nor No 6 Nor 198K No 0 Nor Feed Track Manitoba Track, Saskatchewan Tract, Alberta.............. OATB-f No 2 OW No 3 No 1 feed OSV4 No 2 feed No. 1 feed.. 68% No. 3 feed Track No 3 CW No 4 CW Rejected 1-eed Track RYE- NO j c 223V! 208S 178% '22U 221% .221 61 .C8S 69 VS 103 91 83 104 172 t. O w No, 3 C.W...2SOH No. 3 Condemned. .244% Track 293H New Yo'k Stocks NEW YORK, Oc.t.9 Sales: C R P 'liGV, v S' Sleel S preferrM m% bid Bur Sllvir NEW' YORK, Oct. Bar silver do- mestlo foreign 89H fjernand Sterling NEW Eichange irre gular, 'demand (sterling cablet 53.51. Canadian dollarr S'.j per cent discount. Chleaao1 Grain OHICAGO, Oct Attempts to stlffeni tht wheat market failed a1 the opening .at. today's .board of trade Besslon. ;Wneat waa .active and 2 to -IUc higher at the opening, but rather slight trading 'being influenced by Interpretation of the United Statei government crop report -.Ue- ------------i Oct. Canadian Associated summary of he results of soccer -games" played oday: SeotUch League Aberdeen 0; Hibernians 1. Airdronlanp 3; Raith Rovers 1. Celtic 5; Queen's Park i: Dumbarton 2; Rangers 5. Falklrk 2; Ayr' United 2. Hearts 1; Albion Kilmarnock.B; Hamilton A. 0. MoUierwell 1; Dundee .2.; Partlck Thistle 2; Clydebank 2. St. Mlrren 3; Clyde 2. Thin! Lanark 1; Morton 2. First Division Arsenal Bolton W. fl. Aston Villa. 1; Preston N. B. 0.. Blackburn R. 5; Westbromwich A Bradford 1; Burnsley-3.. Derby County. 3'; Mancftester 0. Hudderefleld 0; Evcrton'I. Liverpool 2; Sbeflleid United 1: Manciesler U. 4; Oldham A. 1. Middlesbcro 2; Bradford City 1. Newcastle United'6; Sunderiand 1 Toltenhani H. 5; Chelsea 0. Sswnd Division Blackpool 3; Birmingham 0, linry 0; ClapJon OrleBl 1- Fulham Cliy 3. Hull City 1; Rotherhcm 1." Leicester-1; Westhain Uniled 0. Nottingham V. 1; Pbrtvale 4. Sheffield W 2; Leeds.United 0. South Shields. 4; Coventry City 1. Stockport 0; Bristol City 2. Notts County 0. Wolverharnpton' 1; Barnsley 1. ThirtT Division Bristol Rovers OryatarPalace 1. Exeter City'2; Gillingham 1. Lutohtown Si'-Grimsby 1'.- Merthyr 2; Watford 0. Newport C. Mlilwalll. Northampton 1; Portsmouth p. Norwich 0; Brentford 0.' Plymouth 0; Swimjon 0. "Queen's Park 2j Southend 0. Reading 1; Brighton 0. Southampton 3; Swansea 0. "Come to my arms and klsg ung an actress on a New York stage. An Inflammable yquUi of 19 climbed over the footlight and took her at her 'word. He was arreited. Cord or APPEARANCE is often decep- ho one can tell how much service a tire; will give'by looking at it. In buying; tires you must rely almoet en- tirely oni the integrity of the manufacturer them. You can depend abjo- lutdyonPartridgeTires txcaUae the fac- tory' back of every tire they make. TIRES Gdmeds Their Name H was a fine day for tie sport. Tie up beat down warm and glanced jrisMly on tho ve-lvely grounds of th'B In and outfield. The bleacoerites pectjitors who Decupled the tempor- ry boxes that encroached iutu foul eiritory. A new outfleid stand built right centre grcmued wKh the ro'wd. This stand took up some of bio" playing Held In Trls Speaker's omaln. ,Tlis cruwd was good naturv ed and 'came prepared with tin horns cowbells to make a racket. immense fiorat piece-was pre- sented to Manager Speaker before the ndlans took the field to practice. Tien came more presents for play- rs. An automobile was given to )oc'JchpiUm, the Indians' first bas3- man, and 111 Myers received a bunch of flowers from Cleveland friends. Mil. AMEDCt CARCUU S! Hickory St., Ottawa, Ont, "I was for many years a m'oiu tJmt'urritU aiieaie, Rhasmaihm. wu laid op fcr four months with Hheamatism la the joints of the knees, hips ted shoulders and was prevented from following my work, thatofEleelrieUn. I triefl. rainy remedies sod wu under the care of physician; but nothing did me any good. Then I began to Uke 'Fruit-a-tives' and in a week I wu easier, and in six weeks I was DO well I went to work again. I look upoii this fruit medicine, as amply mcntllota in jAtf oaf asl Kilduff. Brans up." Strike 1; tell 1. Coveleskio vent to second on a wild pilch. Hvaua dngled into Coveleskie scored on Wambsganss' cratch single to short. Speaker up. Sail 1, foul strike 1, foul bail 2, ball 3, foul. Speaker fouled out One run, three hits, no er- Gaime by Innings NNING up. The s'mo ja's oi.amcntirily delayed when Mat- agers Speaker and P.obSnson wer.t iu 0 rlgllt fit'..1 to discuss gronni rultx, "oul strike out, Gardner to Johnston. Johnston Ball 1, bail 2. Sewell thrc'v out Johnatoij at first. Gritlilh up. roul i.'lall I, foul strike 2, ball 2. 'dnli ball I] Griffith popped to Gard- runs, no lilts, no errors. up. Ball 1, ball 2, strike 1. Jamleson lined out :o Cadora. Wambsgaass up. Ball 1, strike 2, ball 3, strika 2 Wanibfganss walked. Cadore's curve; are. bresWug wide. Speaker up. Ball 1, bill 2, foul strike lt foul slrlke 2 Speaker singled into centre field going to'second. Smith 1, strike 1. Wambsganss 'on Smith's single to centre __'going to third. On the throw to catch Speaker, Smith went lo sec Gardner up. Gardner filed to Myers-and-Speaker scored on Uie Smith held second. Johnston the score tells in detail how Clevelands dcfciitcd (he Brook-: lyns: BOX SCORE Brooklyn- Olson; SB sir., rlffith, rf Wheat, If V...... Jycrs, ct voneich'y, lb ...t Kilduff, 2b Miller, o .....i. "ladorc, p o AB U It PO A B ilammaur, p ilarquard, p x Lamar Pfeffer, p ii Neis 'amleson, If Syans, If Wamtoganss, 2b Speaker, ct Smith, rf inrna, ib jardneri 3b Johnston, ruDui Tf Sraney, rt Sewell, ss '4 O'Neill, c 2 Coveleskie, p 4 0 4 1 4 0 4 0 3 0 3 0 3 0 1 2 1 0 0, 0 1 Q 0 0 0' 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Ight bird. field, Coveieskie 'going, to Waiubsganss up. Strike 1. Kott'etchy filed out' to 2 __- otf Totals ........30 1 6 24 8 i Batted for Marquard In Sth. is Ran for J. Johiistou in 9th. AB I) H PO A'B Totals 34 5 12 27 18 2 Score by Innings Brooklyn-... .V 000 100 1 51 Cleveland 5 12 2 Summary: Two-baso hit, Griffith; sacrifice hits, Gardner 2; double plays, Jiyers to Olson to Kilduff; Sewell to Wambsganss to Burns; Gardner to Wambsganna to Burns; left on bases, Brooklyn 3, Cleveland 10; bases on balls, oIE Cadoro 1, off Marquard 1, .off Coveloskiq 1, off Pfeffer 2; hlls, off Cadore '4 in one Inning and nono.otit In second; off Maminaux 2 In ose inning and none oilt In Miirquard 2 in three Innings; off Pfeffer 4 In 3 innings; struck out, by Cndoro 1, by Mam- mam 1, by Covoleskfe 4, by Marquard 2, by Pfeffer 1; wild pitch, Pfeffer; passed ball, Miller; losing1 pitcher, Cadore. Jammed the Park PAEK, Cleveland, Oct. 9. The Cleveland tribe sounded tho tociin today for a tribal uprising against their foo, tho Brooklyn Dodg. orn. Twenty-seven thousand persons jammed Loaguo Park to see- .thb American Loagtio pennant winners try to turn back tho Invading Brook. lyms, who hold Iho edge of nn'odd game over Chief Speaker's -warriors. Stanley. Coveleskie stood prepared to pitch for Cleveland. "I( I can gel my 'splttei" brenlilng, wo can put this garao In tho b'al bagi" said Coveleskie. All Cleveland samo to Lc.igtie Park t9flay. Those that did not come stay- ed homo to welcome the' hundreds that surged into town from all oyor Ohio and central wsBtorn sUfea to see Cleveland lake Its world's series baptism. Th'e city IMS somewhat low In spirits over the drubbing nd ministered In Brooklyn and Mayor Fitzgerald Issued an official mation for everybody to got out and root today for Speaker anl his mon. Raised Real Nofse AH faclory whistles blew at noon and flags were floating where flags never flew before, Hundreds stood In line all night (o get in the unreserved stands. B tho early comers found scats as up. Strike 1, (rtriie 2. Johnston srtruck runs, twy fclts, no eirpraj SECOND INNINQ up. Strike one Wheat sent a fly lo Jamleson.. Myers 1, foul strike 2. Myers filed but 'o Smith. Konctchy up. Ko- tetchy went out by the Wambsgans Johnstoh runs, iid hits no. errors.' up. .Sewell wai given cheer wlien ho cami up." Ball 1, ball 2, strike 1. Sewel :drore the ball up against the screen and the'ball bounced back into Grit fitb's hands and It went tor a single O'Neill ;ijp. O'Neill: singled .Uiroug' Johnslbn; Seweil going lo second Cad ore'was taken from the box and juanimaui took'iip the pitching dutie .Cov'cleskie up. SlriK foul "strike 2. Cqvelosklo struck buti- Janiieson up. Ball 1, foul strike 1. Jamleson sent a lly to Myers and Sewell was doubled at second, Myers; to Olson to. runs, two no errors." .THIRD INNING i, Foul strike foul strike 2. .Covcleskie fed Kil- duff' spiltors' and struck bim out, ililler.up., Strike I.iball 1, strike 2. Aliller wentout, Coveleskie lo John- Ion: Mammaux up. Strike 1, strike ball 1; Wanimaui- struck o runvB, bits, no errors. Olevqland Wambsgansa ,at bat, Wambsganss got a single into right field, Miitling- thei first pitched ball. Speaker up. Strike striko 2, oiil. Speaker got ajong singlo into centre field, and tho throw to .bird, which failed to get. Wnrobs- ganss, Speaker M'ambs- rariss on third.. was taken out of llio box n lo pitcn. Burns batted for Smilh. Burns up. Ball 1; ball 2, ball 3', striko 1. Wambsgansa scored on 3urns' Blngle to'left field. lumbled tho ball for' an error, Burns went to second, ;Speaker'to .Ihlru. Gardner up. Strike 1, strike 2, ball 1." Gardner struck Wood bat. ting (or Johnston. -Wood up. Strike ball 1, ball 2. .Wood filed out to Myers. up. Striko 1. Sowell got an infield hit, -.Burns going to liird. (Speaker scored with Wambs- CCXcill up. Bail 1, boll 2, ball 3. O'N'cill walked. He. was pur- posely passed and the bases wero filled. Covcleskie- up. Strike. 1. Covclcsklo forced O'Neill at second, Kilduff runs, four hits, ono error. FOURTH INNING went to first fcr Cleveland and Wood went to right flold. O'son up. Olson filed out to Speaker. Johnston up. Foul strike 1. foul ftrlkc 2. Johnston got a line single lo left field. It was Brook- lyn's first hit. Griffith up. Foul strike, 1. Griffith cracked a long drive- Into right field and Johnslon Bcornl. It waa ,1 two baso hit for Griuilh. 'Wheat up. Wheat f.Icd oil to Speaker and Oriltlth wont to third after the catch. Myers up. -Strike 1. Sewell throw out Myora at run. two lilts, no errors. 'batting for Ja- mleson, up. Ball 1, striko 2, ball 3, Btriko 2, Myers made a spectacular ahoe string catch of line drive. 'Wambsganss up. Mnrqunrd throw oul Wnmbsganss at first. Speaker up. Ball 1, striko 5, bnll 2. Speaker went out, Klldntf to runs, no Mis, no cr- o Miller.- rors. SEVENTH INNING up. Strike one. Gardner threw out Wheat at first. Myers up. Strike 1, strike 2, ball 1. Jyers struck out. Konotchy up. Ball 1, ball 8. O'Nein claimed Konetchy sii-uck at the ball and Speaker came o the plate to protest to DIneen. Tnore was a long argument at the ilate but Dineen wculd liot change >ls decision. Strike 1, strike 2, ball; S'o no' hits, no errors. Ball 1, ball 2, ball 3. Burns walked. Gardner up. Ball 1, ball 2, foul strike 1, ball 3, strike 2. Gardner singled up against the centre field bleachers. Burns third; Wood up. Gardner went to second on a short passed ball. Ball 1. Wood re- lieved at the bat at this point, by Graney. Kilduff took groun- der'and on llie run up to catcb. Burne at Gardner ran to third. Ilurns dashed safely back to third and found Gardner there. Gard- ner wts declared out, the play'being Olson'to Miller to Johnston. SeweU up. Sewell popped (o Olson. O'Neltl up. O'Neill was passed. Coveleskie up. Ball ball 2. Coreleskle filed to runs, one no er- rors. EIGHTH INNIKQ went to right field for. Cleveland. Kilduft up. Kll- d.uff singled over second. Miller up. Foul 1, ball 1. Jlillor bit into a double, Gardner to Wambs- ganss Hefler up. Strike 1, strike 2) fbuVball 1. Pfcffer Went out, CovDleskloMo runs, ono hit, no errors. np. Ball 1, foul slrike i, strike 2. Kilduft threw out More Than Ninety Million Bush- els in Excess of Best Previous Year WASHINGTON, Oct corn crop promises to'be tb.erlargest In the history of the United States by more than ninety million busiiils. A yield of com- pared with, the previous record, pro- diiclicB of la forecast yesterday by 'the depart! of agriculture from s. condition of. on October The yield that of last by practically tfi hundred inll'lon bushels Kansas, Nebraska and Miw will contribute practically pll of the crease. Spring wheat, Is poorer than had been Torecwi cause o{ damage, principally front and has proved greater than The yield was estimated nineteen million bushels (but forecast a month n Ing the combined winter and'spr wheat yield to about; 1 MO' bushels bRlow the big crap bfji year. Threshing" of oats confirm earlier forecasts, the indicated yl being bushels, almost i hundred million bushels more-' t: last year's yield. 1 Wamba gangs Speaker up, tiled Ball 1, hall 2, strike. 1. Kilduff threw out Speaker at No runs, no hits, no errors. NINTH INNING up Strike 1, foul strike 2, ball 1. WambEganss'.toi'icd out at first Johnson up Foul Johnston bouncdd a. single eskle's leg Keis ran for Johnston Griffith up Ball 1 Grit flfb forced Nels at ganss to Sewell. Wheat'up.-' forced Griffith, Seirell' to Warabs- rum, one hit, no errors'. SUGAR REFINERS SEEK RELIEF OTTAWA Oct dep representing the Ian sugar refiners, waitedY' the governmeat yesterday'iili- the grounds that on the rising market profits vfere. held down by tKe fixed price of sugar and that therefore on the falling nu ket they should be'protectedj- The government will consider" the request; tftr aee SOCIAL TEA scnrco as a 16.S .prices. soul at ifci year's ilUIIHIHHllllKIIIIHU FIFTH INNING up. Strike 1, strike 2, ball 1, ball 2, ball 3. Ko- nelcliy wnlkcd. Kllduff up. Strike 1, ball 1. foul strike 2. Klldult fatin- otl Miller up. .Strike 1, slriko 2. Miller hit into a double play, Sewell to Wambsganss to runs, no hits, no errors. up. Strike 1, foul a'trlke 2. ball 1. ball'2. 'Burns struck out. Gardner up. Striko 1, slrikc 2. Clari'ior lined out to Myers, who took the ball with his back lo thn centre field bleachers. Wood up. Slrlke 1. strike 2, ball 1. Olson throw out Wood at runs, no hits, no errors. SIXTH INNING balling for Mar- riiiard. wont out, Sewell lo Burns. Olson up. Olson gol a singlo Inlo loft field. Jolinslon up. Foul Rlrlko 1. Johnslon forced Olson at second, gcwell to'Wfirnbsganss. Burns dropped Wnmbsgansff throw nl first M catch jolmstoii. Griffith up. Cut Brier More Tobacco for the Money Canada's best buy- the ECONOMY Package tillllillllllllllllllUI The final earthly deed for those who have passed beyond is a monument to their memory. It ig a last tribute to their departed souls. It marks their rest- ing place for all time and is ever a reminder of the good things done by them in their mortal Jife. Should the occasion ever arise, let us interest you in a monument. 8TH ST. SOUTH, UETHbRIDOE ;