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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MONDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1920 V BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus HEV LET ME SM-NMS4IE-HOW oo vou THINK I'M was a city which had lost Interest In everything but baseball and which no longer even gave Brooklyn a chance to win Iho series. The attitude of the Cleveland snp porters was indicated in the short ness of the line at tbe bleachers gato last night and early this morning. Of twenty on guard at six o'clock night only four were there to see the Same. The other sixteen were specula- tors holding their place in line for sale. By midnight the line had approach- cd tho proportions of previous days. McQILL TAKES OPENER KINGSTON.'.Ont.; OtA'. McGlll defeated Queens 31 to 6 In the opening game of the.'sen-, B6r-' 4> Experience, apparently had taught the waiters several lessons, tor few were, standing as they did Friday and Sat- urday night.. With southpaws in the box both managers planned to make the usual changes in the lineups so as to in- crease the number ot right-handed hitters. The early lineup follows Sheehan, 3b; Neis, rf; Wheat, cf; Konc- tchy, Ih; Kllduff, 2b; Elliott, c; Smith, p. Evans, If; Wembsganas, 2b; Speaker, cf; Burns, Ib; Gardner, 3b; Wood, rf; ss; O'Noill, c; Mails, p. ing corn -mash led to tho arrest of a, Colorado farmer on a charge of oper- ating a still. K-W Service Station Berries Station for tie famow K-W Hajroetos. All ot mSEcetos, coila re- paired. Pall atock of fartt car. rled. All work puranteod. MA4NET8 RECHARQEO The Roy Electric Co. 618 4th Avenue South PHONE 7U players' sharn, Bhare, club's runs, 1 hit. 1 irror. catch for Brooklyn. went in Gardner 0'Kclll at first base. Bagby up. Ball I, Ball 2. Strike 1. Mull 3. Ilagby filed oul lo Jamlcson up. Dall 1. Strike 1. nail 2, Crimea losscil Jamleson out at first. No runs, no hits, no errors, THIRD INNING up. Miller hit a long single down the left flolil foul lino. Orijncs np. linll t. Orirnes lilt Inlo a iloublo piay. Gardner to Wamfos- ganss to Johnston. Olson up. Olson singled sharply into righl field for his second hit. Tha Uvooklyns were hllUurf the flrat ball pilched. Shcehan up. Strike 1. Klriko 2. Slice- dan fiingleil Into right field, Olfcon go- ing to second. ariffHIi np. Strike 1. Ball 1. Griffith lo Oardncr, No runs, 3 hlte, np errors. up. Kit _ ._...............___ duff ihrew cut HVarribsi'noss Ai firsl. 1. Foul, tttHA I. Milcticll hit Slrlko 1. Ball 1. Oardner fouled out to Krougcr. Johaslon up. Strike 1. took Johnston's easy roller and got him nt first. up. Ball 1. Hall 2. Ball 3. Sowell'got a baso on balls, O'.Vftlll up. Strike 1. Hall 1. Striko. 2. Ball 2. Ball 3.' Sewoll was out sleulir.g, Krcupor lo Kllduff. No runs, no hits, no errors, EIGHTH INNING up. Ball I.FOHl, strike I. Krneger a long singlo Inti) Speaker's territory. Mitchell np CALGARY TIQERS NOW CLAIM CHAMPIONSHIP CALGARY, Oct. Tigers defeated the Canucks of Calgary for the third time this season, the scoro being 12 to 3, and the Tigers are declar- ed the champions of Alberta, The Tigers will now play Edmonton for the Alberta Big Four Rugby union title, the date of play not being decided yet. PROMISE GOOD WEATHER CUWHLAND, Oct. wana weather and no sign of rdln the prediction of Ibo weather bureau for thla aflernoon'n world atrios gaiuo. At 8 a.m. it was cool and hazy but tbe wentlicr forecaster said Iho tempera' lurfj would by game Unte (hie afternoon. not only will the players who Hvo within the 'state bo taxed on tlielr ahnro of the of Mho world series games-played here, but who reside In other Blatcs as .Well. 7ho non-i'csldenl players, it was explained today, arc taxable because :hey rendered "personal services" in New Yorlt. CA.RPENTIER AND LEVINSKY 1 HAVE COMPLETED TRAlNlNQ TOW YOKK, Oct. Carpaullcr, Kurojitun heavyweight boxing chnmploh, and Battling Wvln- iky, Unlled Statts light today 'completed tfrolr tralnlns in preparation for tholr 12-rounil no- declslon bout at Jersey City baseball park tomorrow nlghL COAST LEAGUE OAkinnd Portland (first grime called end 12th by ngraemont.) Sacramento 2-2; San Francisco ,1-1, (seconA gamo 11 Innings.) txis (Angeles 2-3; Seattle 3-2 WHOSE CLOTHING BILL IS LOWEST? That of the prudent, far-sighted man Who considers not the price on the tick- et, but the cost per season. Clothes that! wear many days-beyond the aver- look well even to the last day of wear. You will find those kind of clothes here. Nothing else. The ex- planation is found m the exceeding care given to our buying in obtaining the best values. It is economical to wear Fashion Craft Clothes. i SUITS and OVERCOATS........ to LQUIS KEEL SHOP OF FASHION. OR AFT CLOTHES and THE FLORSHEIty SHOE OLIVER BLOCK, 318 FIFTH STREET ;