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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE MSTHBRDDGE DAILY HERALD OCTOBER 14; BRINGING UP FATHER THtM I MOST I yrooiEOiN i DILEU, -__ tt-i By G. McManus I r fJAflD CAN'T 1 p EVER' J I WISH YOU A, CAME. OF CouF I f> -WHILE i EA.T: FOR Qukk Service Besi Attention li' ci'l F "11 i The Silver Grill OPEN DAY AND HlCHT. I Sign GOOD EATS j SPECIALTY IN STEAKS Wo Aim to OUR COFFEE BEST. IN TOWN 5th St. 4th Itthbridge, Raymond; "Hi" and K. A; Athletes Will Compete On Monday next, Thanksgiving Day, the High School Athletic Society is staging the first Inter- athletic meet In the i.history of Southern Alberta high jchools. organization which hat In hand all the athletic activi- ties 6f the High School, will stage a program of events at Hender- son Paf-k fair grounds 'at: which athletes. f rom. mond and, Carditim. high schools and Knight Academy Raymcrtd -will There a cohiplete list ef events, contested, .Including the, hundred, 220, 440 yard dailies and half mile ''high Jump, broatj jump, pole vault and probably hurdles. In the.evenlng there .will be the first basketbal I game of son between the: Lethbridge H. S. team and the Raymond K. Pi. team, itfilt will be hei.d in gym, and a big crowd Is expected. field meet it'the' big svent of the holiday and a big crowd of porters of. the various high Ktehbola will'be on 'deck to'cheer their respective com-; plete list of'the events will tie published tomorrow. Word received this fore- noon after the'above was-Writ- ten that Hat would bt the meet by team of112 athletes-- had his team'in tha thick of the pen- nant race from'the opening day of tlie'Eeaeon. Speaker' succeeded Io the mauaKC- of the Cleveland club on July 19, 1913. Ho had been Dee Kohl's lieutenant in directing the play ot the Indians'and wheji Foal did not have the success which Owner James C- Dunn felt be should have had change was decided upon. Speaker had previously -declined to take the position-but when ho was assured that his refusal to take the place would! not result., in the. retention of, Fobl Trls accepted. Ho has since been in ch'argo'ot the team. Speaker Was born'in-1SSS at Hub- bard City, and. he .still, makes his tbwii. school town Speaker entered Worth INMSAND BATTLE Scenes at Eubetts Field, Brooklyn, during tho. second game of the world's series. tnset'Is'a play at second, where Gardner of Cleveland was caught'napping off thV base by a quick play. Grimes to.Olsoa. Polytechnic Institute and-was a of institii- mppo sionoUbair-wlth tha-Cle- x McBurnoy; secretary-treasurer, Mr. first the-Cle-Ujia'E 'MS bnrnei'i.'teiirai of .'.thoMNorth 'iTexas league.vInh'iOOY-.hBtwasCwith Ho'uston Oulmetle; auditor, Mr. executive, Mr. George. Kel- ouimefte, A. at'. Mdrrisdn of the Texas league' and batted .314. Ho ;was purchased by the Boston American league club in 1907, turned tack-in; the spring to the Little Rock cluurdrine' Southern association and repurchased in late summer by the Red.Soi. 'Speaker played his first baseball in the major league with the Red Sox in 1908 and was a star of the team for the neit including 1315. On April 1916, Joseph 1-. Laonln, then -owner of the Red Sos, sold; Speaker, to Cleveland for anu two Pitcher J3am Jones and' Inflelder Fred Thomas. Cleveland baseball was at'low ebb when Speaker joined tbai.team presence so rejuvenated -the Interest iii that city. that the game baa been a big success ever since, 'in his first year with the hung up a batting mark of entire Amer- ican' league in, baiting. In puly one ybaV: since ;he became a regular .vjith the Red Soi in 1009' has Speaker failed "to'-bat .300 or better. Morrison is haying install- ed ah service' Et Ills garage Wdn't Control Cleveland Fans1 The in 1819 when he ted 295.' mar since 19lOt ks (Cvew Tris whp the of the'Cleveland'club in the world's series of 1920, is the youngest manager In the two major leagues. He has spent less than two years at the head of n club, having bad no managerial experience in the minors, but he has shown marked ability to! lead men and match wits with the older and more experienced leaders of American league teains. In his brlet regime at the head ol the In- dians last season he had great sue cess .with the team, Cleveland giving Chicago a hard run for the champion- ship honors. This year Speaker has Herald Football Competition EN TRIFORM QAME8 PLAYED OCT. 16. CLOSING -DATE OCT. 16, MIDNIGHT First Division Cheltei vs. 'Spurs. Bolton vi. Arsenal. Burnley Bradford, Evirton Huddersfield. Second-Division Clapton Orient Bury. West Ham vs. Leicester. Notts Courtly it. Stoke. Cardiff vi. Fulham. _, Third Division Brentford vs. Norwich. Brighton vt. Reading. Palaee Bristol Rovers. Mlllwall vs, Newport. enter the Herald Football Com- petition In accordanco with tho rules and conditiona announced above, and agree to accept the pub- lished decision as Baal and legally binding. Blgnsd Address r CLEVELAND, 't, [land last night paid tribute to Its i world's champion baseball -'team In a public demonstration (n Wade t Park, attended; by approximately i fifty thousand do great i was the. enthusiasm of; the Iball crsiy mob .that be- J'camc: uncontrollable and -broke ('through ropes the stage where city'officials atid'.thc Cleveland American' League, btise- ball players sat, smashed chalrc, i, pushed f several lake and vocally-and-physl-' expressed; tthe. of the world's series. i Special .details police we're I powerless'.'xand not mitll lo.iig after the lights had bear) put out and the players had celtbrstlonVend. Bassoff has gained thirty pounds ince he was arrested 'and outside of a little palor he appeared to be in gond condition.' But lie has not lost ho frown ori his face that was appar: during the preliminary hearing. It ?as there all during the sittings here of the past two days. Today pnfl could got some idea of what -Bassotf ooked like'when he' was 'arrested. He had not been shaved since Monday aud his growth of Mack hair wp.s beginning to mtike'-itself evident. .Us hair v.-ns long aroun'dihis bullet h.ead jincL-WHU W.JitUa. im nglnat ion one .pictur.ti Panama Canul tolls collected In September amounted to inorp, thai 'a record. (Continued-From. Front Page.) df Baes'off'ih'B "Hani' mond picked oilt his 'forirtrtw.b miles west of Plnchcr" Station In" the head- light of his engine. Return of -the'' Jury'' Matheson put up a good fight for his client.. All through today it was plain Mr. Matheso'ii was putting his wholo' lieart Into Ihe flgbt for.the.Cossack's' life. During his addressee the Jury Matheson fought hard to impress doubting one on the jury but the. addres of Judge McCarthy left very little for douot. for .Dismissal Mr. MaUieson discharged his first gain when he applied for a .dismissal on the grounds of.wrongful arrest in- sofar that he claimed no evidence had been given to prove the officers who vrere attempting to arrest Bassoff or finally arrested him had any QUALITY WITHOUT EXTRAVAGANCE Satisfaction cannot be based on. price alone, but there Is another fact vitally important at the present time is admirably demonstrated In our fall showing of men's suits and overcoats. PRICED FROM UP 'SHOP HOJIE OF 20TH CENTURY BRAND CLOTHING Alexandra Hotel Blbck On Corner with doing everything he IB charged with. The' statutes say an-officer must tcl! a man of the charge men It Is practicable. Judge McCarthy rtui' not think it was prncticahle In this case. "If therp Is anything In your objec- he sidewalk where the constable foil. In answer Mr McDonald, .claimed. 3asoff and Akrpff knew the 'constables. were police' officers by their uniforms', and should have quietly submitted to, jurisdiction in the PIncher and Belle- {lion. should have'heen taken betoro vue territory. the piagistrate the preliminary .lawyer.. then: charged that Frewin did not carry out the law In the manner in which he attempted to" make "the arrest in the Bellevuo ca'fe; when sHootins Mr. Matheson claimed that Frewin, through his actions in shoving his gnn himself- hn assanlt- McCarthy taoit-' his MeMt and the foreman in the usual question only answered, of- irjurder." From .wpirien anil, girls in the audience a sound 'of sympatliy rose but tliO'tburt "nothing For the afternoon session tho .was more crowded thcr ing, nearly, as present a3 during ttfe'' opening <'aesslon day. alia girls Were pre- sent this afternoon ses-: si6n ot'.ths cotirt uufihg -'the two days. Lawyer Did -Good Work Bassoff had a g66d; defence, D. J. men, should notrhave hn.d his revolv- er drawn when he entered the booth hearing. A lawyer appeared before the magistrate" WeTceptlona anil it Is .too late'ncw. I douht if thera is ariythiiiK in your ohjectiona and I must rule against said Judge McCarthy. Mr. Malhcson did not Oder any evi- dence for. his: defence and. Crown Prosecutor McDonald, opened his address to 'the' juryy .He opened. his remarks by arguing that Frewin could not have acted In any other manner. In regard to the .difference "Bandits Use.of Guns .The lawyer ntatnlalneil that Fre- wjn's gave the bandits a per? feet right to'.usp-lheir he argu- ed, the law Allows force-to: be nnswer- by.force when used in'self-defence' "These men were assaulted Insteai ot being he chargefl. claim this man was justified-' under the law in repelling forco by force ant (From Our Own Correspondent) COLliMAX, Oct. Colcman Curl'rfig club held Its annual meeting In the council chambers. There was' a large turn out of enthusiasts. Mr.' George Kfillock was In the chair. The report of the secretary, Mr. Charles I Ouimette, was very encouraging and j showed a splendid surplus. As the secretary pointed put through the el-1 fort of the members and citizens on I Labor day, the funds of the club were greatly augmented. The committee j are going to put the skating rink into good shape and hope to got someone to run it Independent o! tie Curling club. Tbo following officers were elected for 1920-21 season: President, M. 0. a Whllcslde; vice president, Mr. H. Charles Ooir.iskey, "The Old owner ot tho Chicago YVhito Box, who did not hesitate to shatter his team's chances for the American pennant Ijy nusrendlnR tho seven players accused ot "crooked" baseball. MORE TRUTH THAN POETRY The Ground-Sills of'Good Fortune By S. K. KISER. Life is nioro or lessnuceaam, juu doubtless havo'Observed; Wrecks and riots and explosions keep in dodging and.unnerved, livery day or (wo they tell us llvlnj! isn't (liiilB so But they novor cut. Ihe prices on the things ivc have to buy. There Is no escape from Iro'.ible, for Uiey'vo gone and raised tho fare, So yon can't nfforil to travel if you're nol a millionaire. But ivliy lot your, cares oppress you. why sullen or'dismayed, It your coal is In thfi cellar and yoiir In come tax is paid? There Is liHIo joy in living if you're not a profiteer; The alc.nnlsla tell UB (lolly that calntnlly is near. Fett' men Rtlll respect the preachers, and few llaten .whon they preach; Every payday finds you farther from tlie goal you try to reach. All tho world Is busy Jazzing, gcntlo man- ners arc Ignored; lien and -women want things only that they know thoy can't afford. But you needn't be discouraged, even 'though your coat is )f your In tho cellar and your In- come tax'-is paid. Onco .a sandwich cost a nickel, thoy charge you forty cents; They are jacking tip Insurance, beeswax, mucilage Siind rents. f lyou havo nnleducatlon tliey will whittle down your pay; Do not grumble at conditions, or they'll ehfp you far uway. Men on motor trucks endeavor to upset you in tho street, tho Biigarrthrit you.-purchase' secerns no lonsor; to ha sweat. IJiit you still have ample reason look forward tinafrald, your coal la In the cellar and your In- come lax' Is paid. WHY CAUSE HEEDLESS DISTRESS? "it Is said that the water on tha earth Is rradiially drying said Ihe amatsiir jclentlst. f-i "Good exclaimed tho lady who f tad been collecting recipes from hsrfrlsmls, "tho next Ihlng.wo supubsa wo won't evon havo a chance to fix up horap brow." arrest.. The Judge's Charge Judge McCarthy during his sum- moning up-Btated there, was no grounds cbarge auu he. either be'found .guilty ot allowed his freedom. During his taik to the jury he was very much affected. He found it diffi- cult his papers and when he passed sentence his voice broke. Constables balled '.a' hearse at Hammond, and found the corpse consisted of six'cases of liquor. PHONE as Frewin was not clear as to when the dazed feeling overtook him. Blaming It on Akroff Referring Mr.'Matheaon proposition that Akroff did thp. shooting'Mr. Mc- Donald said that Akroff was 60 Dadly wounded that It would be practically Impossible for him to shoot ctraighl enough to hit a man. During bis opening remarks to the jury Mr. Matheson spoke of British freedom and referred to an Iron cage around'above the prisoner's dock. He hinted that it was not there because tbe crown considered Us case so weak it needed a little stage pUy. The evi- dence, he said, was' fllledVp with con- tradiction and discrepancies and verdict of murder was going to be re- turned, he argued, it Is necessary to have the chain or evidence tight and complete. enlarged on his theory that'Akroff did the shoot- Ing and tried to substantiate this by pointing out that no evidence has been given ot the finding of bullet holes In 410 FIFTH STREET X-W Service Station Senrlce Station (or the. (kraou K-W Magnetos. All makes ot magnetos, rtv paired. Full stock of repair CM- rieu. All work MAQNET8 RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co. 618 4th Avenui South PHONE 735 n fi Young Men Voting men appreciate these; sulfs nnd winter. For these suits are specially designed for young men hy Fashion Craft experts., Keenness, siupplness, athletic lino suggests these characteristics of live youjig men. Tho coot sits sijuarely on the shoulders, The skW "hangs free. Splendidly tailored in -single or double-breasted styles, All the now weaves and patterns In correct weights for fall and winter wear. LOtJIS KEEL SHOP OF FASHION CHAfcT AND THB FLORSHEIM, SHOE OLtVEn BLOCK 318 FIFTH ST, ;