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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHRR1PGE DAUA' HERALD' TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 192Q BRINGING UP FATHER By tMcManus '7 FOR Quick Service BestAttentioE .TRY OPEN DAY Sign GOOD EATS "SPECIALTY IN STEAKS We Aim to Please OUR COFFEE BEST.IN TOWN 5th St. and 4th Ave. Goveleskie And Marquard Are The likely Mound Selections For Seventh World's Series Game Indians Declare Today's L .1 Game Will Be the Last- Dodgers Are Still DOMINION 'ALLEYS OPEN TONIGHT CLEVELAND, 'Or-l hitler. ed and brpfcjed Brooklyn Do'dgerj and the Cleveland'Indi2nsuyrith .three vic- tories over their National Leajuo rivals in as roam ready to face each olher todc.v vu.the ,1th! game of the -world series Manager Robinsoi. of -the Brooi- Ijns, and Tns SpeaXer, guldiiig-hand Of OA IBdiaas, wera undecided early In as to what hurlers tbev would select, hut indications were that "Enbe" Alarquard face the sluggers of the .American League that Stanley 'Coveleskie -would .ha given the task of caTrMnK'Clevehud through 2., _i3 year's of 'as aVm'eni- her of tHSISfear's 'freshman Iclaiij' He has ;fi'fe'languages and wdrkc problems" In 'calculus with facility.'.'He Is also rep'ute'd to be a budding. The oltlest'prpVofgttn'in'tke' believed to havu.lieeiij'ina'de .in J765, was ,pfe Sen ted. to a'; Jii tltfr ch'tirch. NEW TORK, Oct. -Man o'- War meets Sir Barton -In 'their match race at On- tario, tomorrow, he will ruu'the .last race of his Vun or lose it is [the plan of'his owner Samuel 9 Riddle, to "retirei the great'Son of'Fair. Flay to the stud; that bia bloodiraay enrich the: bree din g ind ustfy of' tho country. .The decision will cause surprlBGrand dlsapnolntaent'to a-pabllc which has j groVn exceptionally fond of Man War and which hag looked forward to {seeing him race In the handicap divi j siou ilexi season lion ever, Mr Riddle iliac considered the future ot Man o War from tne point view ot tho breeder rather than that of a man racing horses, and believes that great er- benefit-' will accrue to the turf .with" Mail o_War standing at a stud than. if he conlidueTs his msrvel ous powers on tie trart Sir Riddles intentions were dis- closed whenrlt vyas proposed to him by a friend that Immediately after the ra'ce w th Sir Barton in case of' a successful Issue for Man o issue a challenge to all the world for a race against an> horse or horses at any Riddle States "Ko. that would never Riddle It would not be possible in my opinion tor an English BVencll fiorso to become. acclimated in'1 less than and the same would hold true If had to go abroad That would mean loss of a year to thi breeding Industry of this countn Th What is needed is a greater de gree .sportsmanship. There ls.no disgrace in being beaten by a Biiperlor horse in a contest where the scales balance trnly, and the disposition tho various racing organizations lo increase tfte number of weight for age races shoi.H] be encouraged to the fullest The piiblto, which furnishes Willfert-Rohluson, manager of tho Brooklyn. Dodgers, who is optimistic, of MB team's success In the aeriej MORE TRUTH THAN POETRY THE CHANCE AND THE PRICE Ily 8, B. KISBR. "111 never1.be' young'KvH he sa'd -'.'So I'll game is viTicD I'm bid I. as I fimh the rosy sue wh'nt .youth.'iias (ho And when I.'am-gray and wlso i I wjll claim a thrill io-Jtne memory n Of'the'niystcry and surprise.' Ho was -wlldi And, withered anil .weak and gray, at lie sst alonO, but he seldom smiled As his thought Vent back to the joyotie v past. V Hla thin and his marrow chilled When he should been eager and hopeful yet, And, far. from thrilled, lie learned to wish that he might forget. "I'll 'nevej'.-Jjo lovely said she, "Tho'beauly that's mine will fade: All that 1 asfcithey will bring to mp, And llio price is easily paid Why should I yield to a foolish fear, Sfnce: only the' weak shamed, Aud learn to sigh. In'; romo fiitiire year For tho'pleasures I might have v Whern the lights were bright and the paco WM fast; Her jewels gleamed, for n iittlo while, Dut tha mirth died out of her laugti it last And she watched in .vain einllo. WlOTa .hopeless, heart'and a weary sigh She iffered r her pencils, murmuring. Aud when passed her slid wondered why People ever were cursed with memories. grealesl consideration, for without it the and hrcGJIng industry would soon become a'mcmdry.j WON RACE HALIFAX, Octl qwned by Captain-Thomas Simallman, of Lunehherg, ,X. S., today wen the <6 mile ocean race for the champion ship of the fishing schoo- ner fleet and a purse of {5000 ROMANCE OF TURF ndian Sportsman Buys Caligula, VYin- ner of Leger. of Caligula against tOiSiw'ere aid in the St Leger at Doucastcr races, Is auother romance tun Mathurdas for whom Caligula was purchased (it lsvsaid for as recently as Before the race, has never seen the iorse, for-he-is. an- belonging to a community whose mem tiers are forbidden to ocean The stake money (o the winner.of the race exceeds r Mr Goculdas is probably the best known native owner In India where hs has acnioved greal imported from England and it is probable that Caligula will be shipped to India. The Victory of Callgnia''1s all tliu more remarkable in.that'he is a son of 'The, TetrarCh, wh'osA- progeny have hlthertp'failed to' win facca of a'groat- er distance than one mile, Tho St Lcger course exceeds 1% mlltn 11 length. News comes from Kansas that there are. more school teachers than '-Jobs there, K-W Service Stitluti Serrlce Station for Us tamoui KW Magnetos. All makm ol magnetos, cotli re- paired. _, i Full stock of tepiir car rled All work MAGNETS RSd The Roy 'Bedrid Co. S1S 4th Avenue South J PHONE- MEN'S FINE LOUIS KEEL OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES TUB FLOllSHElM SHOE OLJVUfl BLOCK, 318MFTH ST ;