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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THUUSDAY. OCTOBER 11, 1917 THE LETHHRIDGE DA.ILT HERALD PACK THREB "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus If THAT DOCKET ION OF A> MWM OAX.VVTER OUT 111 bENQ HIM TO THE BAIIIE EXPECTED TO-DAY New York, Oct. New York j Qlants, flushed vlUi their victory of yeslc-rday, and the Chicago Wliltc Box stung ilielr defeat, were pre- pared for a battle today In tbo of (lie world series for the baseball championship of Hie TTorhl Tbe two- lp nothing victory has greatly hearlcned the New York play- ers nnd-baseball sharps would not be surprised If Uiey carry tbc fight right homo to Iho Wlitlo Sox nnd lengthen the series (o seven games, Tlio fact IhaL Ihcj- were nblc lo get the masler- ly plIcMiifr of Cicottc, Manager Row- land's heit iritclicr, has done more to revive waning hopes of (lie Giants than .anything else. They admit CI- cottc was uol lill la any cjcloiiL ciccpt Jn the fourth Inning when Robertson's Holke's double and Burns' infield nclcd two runs, hut llicy fccl'lLu-rteleal will tcml lo Is Idol of'Gotham hBfco CtcoUe'6 confidence In hlq. abil- ity (o hold the New Yorkers It he Is again scot against them. Tho Giants are more (ban anxious to lake today's game. To win the fourth contestJvHljjmt them on even terms with.their western rivals and give tliem increased confidence In (he ames to come. Fans look for Manager Rowland to send In Ilcb Russell or Fabcr to the pitching liox Oils afternoon. The Gi- ants would like tq ECO Fabcr pitch again. He won His name when all tbo Giants' pitchers were being hit hard: sod New- York followers feel he vill not have na easy a time In the unit Came Back Strong and Look to be in the Running Again New York, Ocl- 11. It was an- nounced that Ihe official attendance yesterday was Following Is the box score ot the first shut out BASKETBALL A big doulilc header is schnl- clud to take plare M (Ha "Y" U-rabrrow even'113 in basket- ball circles. 7he Heds and Die -X In jlu-ii1 inillal cu- roLiiter the? Mnnarclis ar.il the leim real- Ues tbat to 3os? a would be' dhrifilrouSj and by H-Ioning1 it frill announce the team taking Ihe lead. This, wltiioul a doubt, will be v the best basketball encounter Ihls year to date nnrt those faithful inns who have scea 4- Ihe city league games thus far IJR.TO made no complaint. A v small tee will be charged to de- Iray expenses. Davis Cigars are made each month. WHY? piinc lie tirlrls. WcGraw's choice will j Clcolte, -ji probably be Schupp or Sallee. Whlch- crer one does not pitch will M licld' Totals In reserve for Ihe filth eama. Jackson, rf Felsch, Gandll, Ib Weaver, ss Schalk, Tho .Chicago Sox cannot see Qjibo picked by many as John bel against the "Wlillc.Soi, lived up to Mpoclallons ho lei Die Chicago champions down with nro Mis, good Jar sk nat the favor- ites nnd putting S'cw Turk "uiiilc In running.' had B record rll througli Iho. anmmer. Ills win over (he famous Cicotte baa made him the IJol ot another victory today Ipr the National Schupp .was'liDocked out of Ihe hoi in Chicago last Sunday' and they feel sure he cannot come back so soon and beat them. The Sox have looked over Saliee's pitching end ex- pect to lilt him next time lie works. Chicago supporters point out that with (be exception of Jolm Collins1 Helping yesterday, when he drojied two comparatively easy flies off Denny Kauft's bat, the team played very steady ball, As usual Manager lit- tle to say. "I Jjarc a. real ball club, before lae series Is over the White fTai will aware of that be .olil hb friends. York tans are disappointed al the showing so-far made by Benny at. KauR In tfrelrc tiroes at the. bat n'ihreo games not chalked up a bit. Zimmerman baa alao been at bat n dozen limes in the three games and yesterday hs made hla first hit. Bolb iro da natrons men with the stick and their weakness lsrthe surprise ol the series, Tho Glaots'.vlclory has roused the drooping spirits of the .local root era ami crowd la expected, to oat number thit .which BIW yesterday's ame. Fans In large numbers jren out ear- ly walling for the to Brush 3lad- lum lo opeo. Today's game wfll the last In which the pliyera share In the re- ceipts- BeglnnlnE; with the flftli nil-tho receipts go to Ihe two clubs 1th the exception of Ibo ten percent that goes to Ihe national commission and a certain ipercen'tage to tie two apifea. After today's gmraa lie scene sblftE to Chicago where tho, fifth pirns will be played an Saturday.. If a sixth la necessary It will be played on Ihe Polo Grounds Monday. The probabla baUVflfi 'order for to dny'j "game foJJows: Colllna.-lf.; McMullen E. ColJlDfl, 2b.; Jackson, rf.; Felach cf.; Qtndll, Wearer, S chalk New Herrog; 2b.r KanfT, cf; Zimmerman, 3b.; 'Fletcfcor Robertson, rl; Hollie, Ib.; RarJ den, c.; 9chuppj p. Umpires; RJgler, Ermna, lln KIdD. Burns, II Herog', 2b c( Zimmerman, 3b letcher, sa nohcrtEon, ke, Ib jiarlden, c Brltidler-Oaneriil Hlmm Chltten U.S.A., retired, has died In Seat lit, aftor a brief LUneia. Ka was 5' reara A Man Saw a Mitchell and he had to have it, so he left us bis Chevro- let (o 8ell. It is easily worth but the man vAth the Mitchell saj'N you can put ymir price on it. And .still they rave about Uw High Cost ol Living. Bijou' Motor Parlors 31 0 .5 24 0 3 AD. II. 11. PO. A. E. .401100 .401110' 400000 1 0 3 '0 0141 3 1 0 0 1 15 1 1 0 1 Totals 33 2 8 27 14 2 Score by Innings Illicago lew York ____ 2 Summary: TVo Lase Holkc, Weaver. 'hree HoljerlBoii. Stolen Iloberlson. Sacrilice Rarlili-n. Uonolo Rarldcn anil ICTZOB- Left on bases CMcago 4, Vciv York S. First base on errors S'ov.' York 1. Eflrnert njns Off 3lcolte, 2. Struck By Cicotte, I; by Benton, 5. Umpires At m; first base, O'lxulgnlln Gccond jase, third base, nlgler. Tlmo, 1.55. Home-Ru'n King Is Slipping, but Will Salarj- Anolher Year t New York, Ott. Gfb- aon, manager.of Benny Leonard, and Dan Morgan posted today ac for the welflht and reipectTvely of Leonird and Britton In a ten round bout 'at the Karl em Sport- ing club on October 19. bout, being one of the mart Important staged In this city ilhce the Inauguration of legalized box- Ing, hai attracted nation-wide In- tereit, Aa soon at Gibson and Morgan potted their forfeits Leonard and Britton tcvrrled off to their train- eampt. Leonard hiked to Grupp'i while.Jack Britton nd a of ihowed up at the Polo A.A- In Harlem. George Engle has always been chief director of camp. Dan Morgan will Britten's Wlieu a ball player who Is slipping and has a contract Tor another season calling lor something like sues an ulUmalum lo the club owners, it la possible IhaL the ball player will he taken, ut his and cost adrift in the cold, cruel world, says tho Phil adelphta Public Leafier.- In oltisr wordB, ivlien a high-priced perEormer Imagines that h6 indispensable to a ball club aiid lakes' It upon hlmsolC toylssue his own orders regardiag himself, he makes what is known as a' bonehead and stands-a swell chance of losing out altogether. Frank Baker quit the Yankees In a huff i short lime ago because no was "call- ed" for not playjng.a Sunday exhibi- tion game. "home run kins" hail not been, playing Ms game Ilirs year, and iras laid up sereral limes because ot injuries and really did not earn his salary. That being the case, Colonel RupperL had a swel' clinnce lo Ret rid of overhead expense and attach the tinware on J Franklin. M was a good excuse and with a couple of In ft ciders could he sccurrtl.' Bluff Worked But It' now looks as il Dakar's bluff was taken, hock, line and sinker While Ihc Yankco leam was playing at Dill Donovan and Hup liert got together and II Is said thai Ihey fiiefl thlnKS tor Baker to return to tho fold without losing any money Frank la not In baseball For bta health and never .was. lie had his eye on the contract, which had one more year, to run, anil there was just as much clinnce of his quit- ting Iho game as thero ia In' the Giants handing the-world's acrlea (o the White Sox on a rorfcil. Tho Trappe farmer needs tho money and It Is not'yct time for him to go Into retirement. Itoppert 'eMdcntly orcr- lookcil a bcl. Mack If Vfndfcafed This present trouble recalls Connie Slack's experience with Ilia tempera- mental alar. Jimmy laamtngcr re- calls tho old trouble when.legal con- tracts were lorn up by Connie and new ones calling for more money were- handed to -Baker. Tho llilrd basemnn never was sallsflod) and quit cold when Mack was being thrown down by every player ho'had made. 11 13 ft belated vindication for Connie. Because we have made good cigars for over 70 years, and of smokers will smoke no other. So sure are we of the quality of DAVIS' that we guarantee our merchandise (o the dealers, on the money-back The word "DAVIS" on a band 01 box of tifan is a guarantee ol the finest quality at the price paid. When you want a DAVIS cigar, see that yotf get one I S. DAVIS OL SONS LIMITED. EVERS BOOSTS OLD TCME STAHS of enthusiasm about play and more of the business Instinct." Says Preient Day Playen Not In the Same Class. Ifcn Powley Wants to Run Sam Rank-Against Lily Fergu- son For If Charlie Klneey Is loofcinp for a chance to lose some of'the money lie and Loss Lund won at matched races here ft Tew vcefcs ago he can have It for (hs asking. Ben Powley, owner of Sam Hank, is spoiling for chance to match his Sara Hank against Kinsay's I.lly Ferguson over any distance' up io five-eJghlhg of a rajle, the horses to weight for age. Ptnrley is ready to post any- IhiDg trom to 5500 as a side bet that _Sam flank. will home a wloner. Here's a "chance Cor the.llay- mond spprls to show the of money. "You don't find teams today lllte the iibg of ton years says Johnny vers, second sacher nf the Phillies. 'Chance's old Cub learn ivonld siaj- ut on the" ball field till 8 o'clock to in a ball game. TViiy, say, I had lo lay to the limit of my powers to keep p wJlhfUiem. -A fellow didn't have chance lo loaf. 1 am tea years older OTI-, I am slower In my nlcld'og, au't lilt as ivcll, but 1 can keep up tbc present daj Eaog of players, old ray own ivlth them. "The reason? Why, I don't ITilnt 10 players coming up are as good as hey were ten years ago. Thcrtfs leas Noel J.-OglMc. euccceds tho lato Dr. W. F- King, C.M-G., as superlntend- flhf. of tho Geodetic survey ol Cnnada. SHOULD BE SOME DUCK SHOT! Trapshoolers InaL Iho real lest of ability In breaking Inanimate targets Is In doubles competition. II Lhla be true there Is no .question as to the abtllty of Clarence D. Platt ot nrldgcton, NT. J. Plall won the doubles Largel cham- pionship of Iho United Stales in the reconL grand American trapshoollng tournament In Chicago. Furthermore PIalt..cquallcd Iho world's record for breaking the doubles, pulverizing 96 In SO pairs, 06, out of 100 targets thrown, one at a lime (3 not a bad score, so you must confess that breaks In 100 'when tho targets arc trapped two. At a time la quite some shooting. DOES NOT FAVOR SCOUTS '''I do.not npnroyo of sending scouts (o Tfalch other football teams play and will discontinue tho practice at 'Pennsylvania llifa says Don Folvellp In-one-ol his signed stories In another column we read that Cap lain Heinle Miller nnil Major Picker Ihg are absent from Franklin IIeld and It Is rumored that they are In At I an la looking over the Georgia Tech team." City officials of Winnipeg, say then la no CAUEO for alarm na lot the prcva lence of diphtheria, Iho number o now cases since the beginning of th mo'nlh fs FIFTH STREET'.-JOUTH HOUSE 0 SERVICE .LETMBRlOGt, ALTA. Haul Grain and Work Your Farm at Minimum Cost We have a few SUudf Mak-A-Tractor Attachments for Ford Cars. For Sale at Jf225.00 etch, f. o. b. regular price is ?300. OFIPERS, ACCOMPANIED WITH DEPOSIT, HOOKED IN TUBH AS RECEIVED, LETHBRIDGE MOTORS LTD. ALIBI FOR DIGRAM Pot manager of the Phillies, Is Ihe firsl to come out tvllh an alibi, lie if Bender had pUcheil winning ball-from the beginning1, as he IE doing now, vthc Phllllca would have von the pen nan L Whlch reminds us of. the man who said lhat if his grandmother had hail whocls she might haVe heeu a trolley car. "Word iras received from Tamptco that the strike which hna been In pro gress since lost vrcck In the oil refln- erics has been settled and Ihe men hava promised to return ID work. Did You See the New Semi-French and Belt- ed Back Model Overcoats That we are'shewinfl. modeli are reproduced from lalesl. Come In and try one on. W. B. KESTER Co 315 FIFTH STREET 3. PHONE WE OUTFIT AUTOS withi everything required for use or comfort TO ATTEMPT TO MEN- TfON ALL THE ACCEM-, PRIES WE CARRV WOULD 'BE FUTILE; SUFFICE TO SAY, THAT NO" MATTER WHAT YOU OR YOUR MA. CHINE- REQUIRES, YOU WILL FIND IT HER'E AT'. ITS BEST AND >T THE LOWEST PRICE. BAALIM MOTOR CO. ,'BACK OF JHE CMEVRQUtt. MARRT HOLMAfi ;