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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK SIX TMH LKTHBIUUGE DAILY IfERALD OCTOHEH 15, Ifllfl BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus DIDN'T JUST TELL "coo i wur. VflTH NEL WIFE Ti.X V LIVERY Meet All Tnlni. Hospital Phones: Special HslM on Country Trips SPENCE BROS. Lethbrldge, The Sport L. A. A, A. Calling for TendersT For Ue South of Curling Rink WJihtn the course of 5 few Weeks, a skating rfnk will be in operation in the city. This will be due to the efforts of the Lclh- brldoi AmaL-iir tion, who will bear the cost of erection. The rink be., at the rear of the curling rink on Fourth Avenue, South. Tenders for the rinV: are being called for and work in regard to- the same will he possibly started Ihjs week. The rink will be in sixe 70. fee( by 160 feet. It will be- an optn one and in addition to skating will be available far hockey. There will be covered dressing 2 bind room, and a pay office. With the new facilities hockey ana skating as winter sports will be given every en- couragenient- Tales of Big Stakes at Metropol- itan Track Stir Public Against LONDO.V, Oct. or to- day's football irauies vete; RUGBr IVortriern Union Bramler 4 II. Hrouglitoa 0, Leigh 0. Devrsbury ]0. WigGa 7. C3. Keigbley 0. Hull Kinsstoa Iloreii 5, P. 0, IluU U. Oldham 7, Halifaj S, Accepts Twelve 'Chances With- out For the Series u Game CHICAGO. Oct. "Happy" Felsch, who plays centre field for tbp White Sox against the ClnciunaU Heds, is (Lo bolder of a new record Tor major league centre On June JSifl, ivhtle ibc White Soi Cleveland, "Happy1' accepted 12 chances without a slip. Eleven of his chances were files aad ope an Jimmy Slagle, while playing right field for the CblcAgo Nationals In record for as iar as put- on.3 arc concerned- j 1S77, Scbufer, who played right for the1 had seven put- outs and four assists Hornung, resolution proposing that ihe coufer- co cudnrse Ibe following The" recognition without ijuallflca- In the almost hysterical excite attendant to racing this year, and the numerous in regard huge "winnings and losings r- ufrcertain mdiridnals, it is. p.oi hard to discern a Very grayc fl.aDgQr, Tniles J. C. Cooley. Some i years ago when racing at its heighU around the .metropolis, a cer- lalb'fjDreroor of New York in that the laws were being violated. He cfl'rnpaigned EnccessTnlly against IJiQ-gatabliiig and Khen be overthrew hbtlmg on the part ot the pub- Jlc he almost wrecked the racing flaslrr.': I am not one word la ot his acts. Ai I under- stand it, h's attitude was in DO sense Inimical to actual horse racing But he vcrj- emphatically protested against pnblic betting, which he zpDlcndcd was against tbc laws ot 'ho comioonweallh ot which be was Jho head. Gcncrnl belling was stopped and, Us., they rouldnH ljet, Ihe public ceased EO In the rarest public patronage withdrawn, tbc' racing associations had lo curtail their .'ETerylhiiig felt the effects. Breeders got small sums ior lhat many or them ceased lo and for a while ilic L V' rfioltf fabric oE-the tliorougbbrej in- iuslTT toHcrcd. it was built bp again, and in the fast year it sctms .-la If H was as' prosperous as ever. put Ibo reRasceiice ot Ihe thoroughbred Industry lids come again Ihe tales of prodigious gambling and Ihe fortunes .won and lost on the tarf. '_' .Vurt, always'when stakes of noncy arc discusjed scandals creep pi. has never been otherwlss and J do not suppose H over will tfc. GdmbTer Cares Nothing for Horse Tho professional gambler In noL flit; most particular person on earth, when he is staging a greal (or- June, he wllf IKITC no stone onUirncfl lo malcc hU gajultle a Bacccss. ms things happen and the public are uysllfied and'cllsgnslcd.. Their dis: ;ual le, IL fs true, aopn Eorgollcn, tut the seed or discontent, and doubt tas.been BOWT. we Xnow It ilstory -will Repeal Itself and what ras happened before will hap .gain, and this time racing will a blow from which ii will never II il .iras a. qoesUon oL closing a stx trark or two it not miifcc ;o great a difference, bui with rac- ng. goes ILe whole, question ol ihe[ .rouEhbrcd, the vbole future of the horsp in .America} a dependent on the thoroughbred industry- JViihout rarJng'lhc breed- ing of thorpugbbreda will almost die out.' Tno b'est and the best pares will be sent lo other countries where Ibeiiy produce .will letch big prices', and Llie beat 'blood we have will .be" loaf. Stop Gambleri And seems to that .erery- one who is interested In ihe develop- ment of Ihe horse .in this country should proles L against the way Lfaat gamblers are again threatening the welfare of Lbe thorouzbhred In tljis J country. They care nothing whalso-i ever about tbe horse IhcmEelTes. I They are' neTer near a horse and re- gard tbe animals merely as machines Wakeiiild Tritmy 11, Rochdale ilss7 lliade I2 PUlouU. and Ibis is tbe 1 !1. St. Helens ST. Burrow 23. Saltgrd S, Wi1r.es 0. York 0, St. Jlelens Itecrcallon IS. ASSOCIATION English Division JlrailTonl 0, Newcastle L'm'ied I. Burnlev ShefiLeld Uniled 1. Chelsea 1. 0. CottQly 3, NoUs County 1. Ererlon 2, Arsenal 3. Jtacctesttr c, Manchester UiiUcd 3. 1 -Middlesboro 1. Oldljaai Athletic 0. Preston Xorth KnS'S, Aston Villa 0. Shtfiield Wedjiesilar 0, Blackburn Rovers U.. Sutherland 1, Drarifonl City 0. Bronrvrich Albion 4 Bolton Waudfcrero 1. BIGSIEELSIIEBE WASHINGTON; Oct. I demand that tbe nation-wide steel strike he arbitrated was 'reported lo PRINCE LEAVES WEST the national Industrial conference to- day by the committee of 15 without recommendations, but with Ine sugges- tion thai it arbitration Js undertaken the proiwsod committee of six be clios- en Irom of the confer- ence. Thomas Cha'dbourne.. diairman ol the committee, announced that .tho labor Bud public groups in tbe com- mittee resolution propos- ed but that a majonty of all the- mem- bers o[ the committee favored It. Principles Put Forward John Spargo. of New York, offered a -pft fielder for (he same >-iui, saib Jered 10 putouls and one assist In '1SSJ. D-IJrien, of the old ans. had Jl putc-uts in hut mailc an error. Bick Harley, oi the Car- dinals, in 1918, had 11 nutonU and Topsy Hartsel, while Tn'th the Cubs in 13U6, grahheJ off Uie same number- Eighty dollars for baseballs for each. game Clayed, in the world's series! Thai sounds big, but nevertheless, al is approximately-what is cost to for Uie Boid ton's Auto Livery WE MAKE TRAIN CALLS Office Phone............. 1205 Night Phones 13J6 and OTT AUTO LIVERY Special Service on Country Trips. Phonts 78? ResWtncc 1210 WINNIPEG, His lia Tlnrnfln Church met liis eminence; at the station, but, owing lo the lalo arrival of bin train, tbc morning program arranged was considerably curtailed! Following a short visit to llie homo of. Archbishop IJI, Cardinal ilercler wan Icndcr- cd a civic reception al (he city hall this was follower! by luncTeon wjlh members of the Empire Club" and a number of Invited guests. The honorary degree of will hci conferred on him this afternoon at tl'.o University of Toronto. "f am dellghtt-d to come (o Panada in order to express my gratitude lo Canadians [or helping to relieve our rilslrestf under Lbe German occupation iind to my unbounded