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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SIX THE LETHBIciDGE DAILY WERALD SATUHDAY, K'y, 1 BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManns AND -TIRED t.HKVE HEA.OA.CHE'b AT 1 ND MY ARE WEAK: I ED DO VOO XOO OON'T SUPPOSE MY y-j. i ANO I ?J'J- JUifC- KtCPlTIM THERE LVTTI.C FOR TRY The Silver GriB NIGHT I Sign GOOD EATS SPECIALTY IN-STEAKS We A'm to PleaM OUR COFFEE BEST IN TOWN Bth 8t and 4th Aye, f CLEVELAND ALL AGOG; I COUNTS ON A VICTORY; I PUT UP COVELESKIE] Great Throngs Invade the Federal authorities and the ;Cily-Thousands .Will Not i poltco iwero also on 'Juty BROOKLYN'S CRACK PITCHERS Be Able to See Game SELLING AS HIGH "AS 540 'Oct.! Baseball pri'ie. smouldering in.. the hearts Cleveland IMS. through' 42 '.years j speculators. t Although no arrests j were made. yesterday, scalpers were selling tickets 111 the hotels, cigar strres and'other places at.prices ing from.JlSO to 5250 for sets of four j tickets. Individual tickets lor the various games sold for to ?40. Members bl the Cleveland club, af- ter a refreshing sleep, showed no evi- dence of .being disheartened at losing two three games at Brooklyn. Tbo players themselves look for a big championship 'aspirations, into f--.-.-- a fury o! ercilement today for the spurl on the. part of the Indians. Man- J tttn.mnct onihllaTn c. fourth game of the world's series age r Speaker was the most enthusias- liyeen and Cleveland. I "I1- "W confldencfl -'Since lS7n when Cleveland first tnat the series-will be even after to- day's, game. .From then on we "Will eep out in front." Members of the Dodgers shared the confidence of Manager Robinson that went into organized baseball, it had tdfhe content with standing by and 1 patching Us major league-rivals carrj' ;roB the championships. ;0ther cities "have been accustomed lo'wcrldV ser- perhaps. But.this is Cleveland's and everything has been-forgot- eicept one 'livery incoming train and suburban car dninped Us ioad of fanf into'the supply of new pins and .has put a lot of work on the to" get 'them. Into first-class.. ...sbape for tluaVseasou. letics. defeated thev fading Chicago Cubs. .For.six 1911 to-1910 the w_6rld's baseball champion- ship Vas decided Ih tbe and-then came two iutersectional eil'py 'an all-western seriea between Cincinnati and the Chicago Sox last ;j-ear. .The.only time that cham- pionship, has been made, a city affair the National and American, lea- gue have'been contesting for. the title was !n 1906, when the lesB Wonders" defeated the Chi- r.hanCfV- the American league hoiusto.ver'-tbe The first.series un- der the- 1005 was litlweeti two eastern; cluhB, the jS'ew. York .Giants ;rlefeatjng..'lhe, Phi'l- "forV four years the big' gamps-wenT played en- tirely in' the' 'Ch'icago teams clashing .IS Chicago Cubs and Detroit in 1.907 and 130S, and Pittsburgh and IletroU'.in East and a world's series for 'the -first 'tinto, In COAST LEAGUE Seattle 'If bos Angeles 3, Vernon B; Salt 'Lake S.j Portland ,3; Oakland-7. r San, Francisco.-2; .Sacramento 3. HELD 'TO A' DRAW- DAYTON, 0., Oct. Britton welterweight 'champion boxer, was held to a draw by Jack Perry in a fast 12-round bout.. WARM, GOOD LOOKING SWEATERS Put on one of these sweat- ers; you will like the "feel of it You will like the snug way 'ifc buttons up and the way it allows full freedom1 of the The.way it feels and looks .when you flrst pnt'lt on la tha way it U going to look and feel'ill the time. It willnold ib. shape, aid la warm enough for the coldoat day. BERT KESTER'S MEN'S SHOP HOME OF 20TH CENTURY'BRAND CLOTHINO ALEXANDER .HOTEL BLOCK ..'ON THE''CONNER Front Page) MORE TRUTH THAN POETRY THE CHEERFUL JOURNEY By S.-E. K1SER. Tbe leaves are turning red Upon the. wooded slopes, And still tlio. -way Loads oil to brighter, hopes, ,Tlic nestlings..all.have, strayed To regions that ire.wlde; Wo ceose to haunt the shade, And Eeek (lio sunny side. Tlie dews are cool and deep, Sometimes the are steeji, JJut'sllll there's laughter whora the slreama O'er rocky ledges leap.- The way ahead Is Hut something.In the air Suggest a hopeful jbng And urges us to dare; And'now and then a smile From sornfc courageous, friend Still makes the, steepest mile, Como quickly to an ond. .The. leaves that-hide the wall .Will soon begin to fall, ihil, crimsoning, lite far htlls'Joul: loveliest after alt. Vftiy look nhe.-idiwitli -War Or lag upon tho world Is full of cheer, Blown on from yesterday; Still eager hearts are thrilled, And fruil Is ripening Where Autumn lias fulfilled The promlcea of Spring! Why hall or-den r.sino? Come, brother, fall in klrldc; The world Is foil of loveliness That Surnmer has supplied, THEY DON'T SEEM TO HEAR WELL We can't help wishing that some candi- date would 1160 n magnavox for tho purposo of'letting the profiteers hear a few things that might enuM them to change their ways. Irishman, coromnnicated to the press of the United 'States and' f believe to the 'English pres's and in an inter- other day, in which he ahow- ed great. conCerii-" it the prospect "of what he-thpugb't til be an attack upon ills I do not being con- cocted: against his lite, but 1 never eaw-a word from-Arthur Griffith' dis- playing'any.indignation -at the-killing oC N if there was a slate'of war in would give the soldiers.' and .policemen a fair chance arid-'.they.'would give a good account of. themselves. Ho demanded to know''whether' the police were .to b'o shot "down-like'dogs without any Attempt to 'defend themselves, and de- clared it was more than human nature could tolerate.- lie contended that dominion home rule .meant conscription for Ireland.'.. The that Ireland had assisted the German submarine campaign and declared that, although little had.teen said about It, Ireland was -Britain's chief worry during the war. Had any '.aaa ever proposed "such -as to allow Ireland to obtain her independ- ence with her own array, an'd'navy, and her capacity for assisting Great Britain's enemies. No one wanted, to manage Ireland's domestic affairs; the premier said, o'ut dangerous weapons like armies and navies were better under the con- trol of the imperial parliament and the government would resist tempt to give Ireland an army and navy.' The present'home rule bill, he de- clared, would have given Ireland every possible facility'to manage her own domestic affairs. George un- derstand-any sympathyjwitb. ttie idea that be. siren' because it would bring-good but hot because "a gang of.-'assassins bad bull led the government' Into It.'' "It was-all very premier continued, "to talk about a dominion form of Ireland de- manded an in dependent re- public and even that would not satisfy the Irish." He declared Ulster woaldnflt hare an Irish-republic. "We do to negotiate peace with civil war at our very door." The premier flald-that If.Ireland were given complete .dominion home would mean she could' have congcriptrD.n and thenr-Kngland: with her army of-a hundred might be confrbntedovith-an _Irish. army ol halt a 'million: LADIES PLAY GOLF. CLEVELAND, Oct. Aleia Slcrling of Atlanta; Gs., Canadian and UnUed States and Mrs. J. M. Kurd of Pittsburg, former today iu .the serrtl-finals'of the woman's na- tional golf tournament and will "meet tomorrow for the championship. SenSce Station K-W Magnetos. All nirtei ot generalori. re- paired. V' Fall stock w- rled. All' MAGNETS RECflARGED The Roy; Hklrfc Co. sis'4th PHONE LL is LOWEST? Thai .of the prudent, far-sighted man who considers not the price on the tick- cost per season. Clothes that wearvmariy days beyond .the aver- look well even to the last day of .WeaV.V.Ytiu will.fiftd kind of. clothes here, Nothing The ex: planatioji is found in the exceeding care given to our buying in obtaining the best values. It is economical to wear Fashion Craft Clothes. SUITS and OVERCOATS to LOUIS KEEL SHOP OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES and THE FLORSHEIK SHOE OLIVER BLOCK, 318 FIFTH STREET ;