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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THR LETUimiDGF DAILY HERALD OCTOBER 15, BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McMauus FOR Quick Service Best Attention TRY: The Silver Gri3 OPEN DAY AND NIGHT j Sign GOOD EATS I __S SPECIALTY IN We Aim to OUR COFFEE BEST IN TOWN 5th St. and 4th Ave. Refused Almost Half A Million Dollys For His Horse; Man 6'War TORONTO, Mail and .Empire' this morning- pub- lishes dispatch from Philadelphia: existence tg take Man out "There is enough ntoh'ey in of this country." i With these Samuel D. owner of crash.es the hopes of Anierfcan >ice-goers that Men O'War will voyage'tb England to establish the three-year old's supremacy on the continent. Mr. Riddle said he had just re- fOsid'.an "offerof for the champion. .'It came from a Cana- dian, Who wanted the horse for breeding purposes HOTLY CONTESTED EVENTS IN MONDAY INTER-SCHOOL MEET Should Be Most Important-Ath- ietic Event of Should HelpJJj At- tendance lli'aj -Medicine'- Hat- Illsli School athletes'are coming-ia force tbvcontest the athlete meet :at; fair grounds on Moiidaj has resulted In a great of Interest In evcril With i [ho Irlige, 'Medlcme Hat, RaMiiond, Card I slou and Knight Ac-idemy entered in tha big events, the rrteet promises', to bo the' most -important' ever s'aged liej-o lie L.niled, arid interest, The Herald hcarlliy endorses the efforts ot the Hi boys (o create greiter interest Ia sport, and Ibe-beginning of j metis should result In t producirg some fine athletes in South- [High em Alberta There should be? a big! crowd, to townspeople ou for tho event The deserve to be en-! couraged j -l-'ollosiris are the svonts of the meet Boys Seniors, V2i anil-bver. Juniors, 120 J.nd under. Runnius broad Juniors Stqridhig broad and juniora and and '-juniors Standing hop, step and iors' onl; Hlyh and jun rolo and juniors Shot and juniors. 100 and and juniora. 4-10 aad 'junior" 380 only. iteaeb-Ul and junior? Relay, H mile, i men irc'3 end juniors SeaiorS, 115 and over. Juniors, 111 and under Standing .broad jump. Running broad jump. High jnpop. Hasebali throw. 100 yards Btipplng. team, evening Lethlifldge Keltle owned Alfred Hoters ft Toronto won two out of three Blorls at Iho autumn of the Ontario Tockcs Club and1 onl> beaten _ lliisle March1 in Durham is hailed as j the best Canadian, bred racer ot the i: CALEpONrAKlVTEAM. j THANkSQiVING .DAY 'HI" and Aicademy-'.teams will clash in opener School Athletes Should Consider Stalling Game at Monda) Meeting The following Is the'Cale1 doman team for Iho game iwth the Fragments." 'on Thanksatv- ing Day at Adims oK y.SO p.m. siiarp. Duulop, Clark "Easlon, Wbj tc, A Tonnar4 McJNrlaiie. Mcljnckle, Enrl. -'Jackson, Whltelield for. .and Tigers, was man- agios the LittleiHock Travelers of the .Southern Association. .Finn got.many. yeer for Speaker, who de: velopod-- rapidly into a and though .written agreement lesion about reluming the play f-f eK Finn fell tli'at fiofilon should-havo first cull on -Tria, lie. turned -down j all uftors; put the case up to- John I. Taylor, then the owner _pf lher Hed p.tid Shaker was rppTirchased. So the gyound rectal Boston owner is now 'the niiiii- a new spurt In. Interest In Old Country foot- ball and. the Herald football com petition Is manifest this week, t-att week entries almost reached the hundred mark, and if the fans get busy today, and get their com- petitions In before midnight to- night the total should-go over the, mark for this week; There is no reason why the. the winter" Is over should not reaeli 600 So sit down as soon as you read this, make your-choices on .the entry' form on this page, dig up two bits and send'In your entry.' It-Is your competition. Every cent gbts Into prizes, Who'll be first week' SPEAKER AS JGROUND RENT Cleveland Manager Was Usett 3 Settlement at Little.RockJn-1018. Vve i'p not i.ncrss the possibili ties are. but the Herald would sug- gest'to tho local High School Athletic Association ttmt, when athletes of and Cardstou. Rarmond and Medicine Hat aro here on'. Monday they should Efet together and talk rugbr football. There has been' talk ot-' starling j rugby loolliail in Southern Alberta for a number- of, years-but nothing ever' I carao Nothing ever will come of until 'the game is taken up In the high "ICvery 'llttlo town -of Herald Football Competition ENTRYJORM 'GAMES PLAYED OCT. 16. CLOSING DATJE OCT. 15. MIDNIGHT FIrit Division Chelsea vs. 'Spurs.; Bolton .vs. Arsenal. Burnley vs. Bradford. vs. HudJcrjHcld. Second Division Clapton Orient vs. Bury. West Ham vs. Leltestcr. Notts County vs. Sioke. Cardiff vs. Fulham. Third DivUlon Brentford vs. Norwich, Brighton vs. Reading. Palace vs. Bristol .Rovtrs. Mlllwalt-.vi.. Newport.- I enter tho Herald 11 Com- DBtition in accordance, with Iho !j-ules and conditions annouuccd -Above, and agreo to accent tho put. IIsnort decision as flnal asj binding. has Its high school rnshy team In tho United States and In the fall I'lcjin. R- IB tho big sport. It fills in helvre'en "b'aEftball and winter 'snorts, and "serves a 'great need. Ijeth'nridEe; Hastriond, Cardston, Medicine .Slat, Talier, Macleod should all havt high school rugby teams, playing the Canadian Jlonday would be a good time to talk about it anil ECC if Eomctliing cannot bo start, cti, it not for this year, then for 192J, It is a long call from being turned over as ground -being tho man ager of a hall team tut such Is Tris bpaaker The BOB ton Red Sqx-.bousht'.iSjieaker .n 1907 from trained the following: lllot It fretinently happens th'M' a major league grOufid rent foi training purposes Iri'an agree mert to leafe a playcrVheh'lhe fraln ing season ends lhat the SjS terai ty. tbo Boston club of OS v' the Red Sor'statted'for. home Speaker'was singled olit tcrfernain in Lltllo Hock Mike 'Kinn.Jatcr a ncoat ager ot a "AFRICAN IF. DICE NOT LOADED Canadian .ancient., game of otherwise, known can Is not unlawful, proylrf ed the dice, arp not, ma0islrate has ruled Four teen colored men nrtu were haled before the court for ivories were set free when the Judge found the little cub68 were honest. i At the nest ".meeting 61 the New arrange ment will he rna4e for'ithe in'talla tfon of the KaV fotm erlj of Cookejs Cijui-chp Toronto, whc leccntlv )ils pastorate nt the Fort Presbyterian Church nrdidxaj- at', Slrtet, where Ifc succeedlj tho'late barriel Forty-Three Years Ago Since Baseball First Stirred By Crooked Work GET ENOUGH THESE SHIRTS You won't have up tio la.uuirv it you have euout'b of these _thoy'ro -ougUt Id get enough.- 7 shirta'tiiat "feel Special ititcutiou lias been given to their fitting, qii.ilitlfis QGI! iliO tfon of..the material. BERT KESTER'S N gr S H- O "P HOME OP 20TII CENTURY BRAND CLOTHING Alexandra Hotel On the Corner XHW YOllK, Oct. recent investigation by the Cpolt County I Grarid Jury comip't practices during thb-world's series qt.-1010J betiveonj th'e.Chlcago AVhlto Sox and the Cincin-: liatl-Reds which re Bulled in the indict- ment number of White Soi play- ers and professional gamblers, recalls a'gambling scandal Tery similarly or- ganized which odcurred in organized baseball in 1877.'forty-three years ago. The became mixed lip in fit-were as prominent in that early period of the game' as any of ihe men the who IIPTS just been indicted. They "Were all mem- bertrof the LouisTillo club the Na- tional league, and included James stop'-'and- Caplftln O. W. Hall, lelt Helder, smd A. H. Nichols, third base- man. Devlin acled as the middleman he- tweeii the'players and the', gamblers as "Chick" Gandlt is alleged to have done in tho Chicago-Cincinnati got .just (100 for acling in that capacity. So .the story goes: Louisville club RUTH TO BE SHOP MAGNET FOR HOUR "BABE" GETS FOR STANDING IN STORE Tisho Hulh; who has become king ol lias probably found more vnys of Diaklng'money without effort any man in the world. Perhaps the bsst and easiest bit ot money Ibat dies' como--his way was contract iriyen -him-by. a Haven. Conn., Sim storo to'stand In front o! its win- dows from' 12.lo 1 p. m. ono day next week while, an exhibition gamo by tha f ianlir. is'.being played Ho will-.receiyr'> the hour. Ruth Is'also, going to Havana to In ten baseball games them. He wJll-recc'lTc''all e.xpc.iBea and }i.- j MiJ'.'for each gome. Ituth Is also the j only baseball M-lth a "personal 'having hired a sport- Ing writer cm. a morning paper for llio I AKUON'WANTS TO IN CLKVRLANI) CLASS WTf H A" CHAMPIONSHIP AKIIO.V. 0., Oct, i city is out. for tho world's twins championship. Acconl- Ing to Ihc'local Bureau of Vital Sta- tistics, ono baby out every fifty jbiirn In Akron is a twin. In forty-six pairs of twins were born here. This year a r.ir record ia promised, the figure'to dale beliig 41 palra. Tho i town Js short of triplets, but will yield i Jto now ottiei' in the mat tor iwuis. MORE TRUTH iTHAN POETRY THE AGE OF REASON Uy S K KISER nccused of being Socialistic In .his .Uioughi; 'And-.hls ono chance lay In devil, lie Tras caught! lie bad effort every ilnl- lar ha He bad hevcr others who were hopeless- Riid'-oppreisen; Weary ohlldrdn -never or -.van (earful whtn be -frowned, And no widow's hopes ImrSeil when hlsi ngtrits tellcd "around. Ilf> was neillicr- fat nor eager to become a s Wieri! (ouii'J- that .joy was meagre ho endeavored :'fo felVa' cheer. N'o one over raugbt him sciiornlng lo In- creases a tenant's .renl; ilo was al'A-ays hlltholy hoamtuK, with 110 time for "Jlscontciit. He would1 pause to-llslen kindly (o tho humble -plea; llo wan nol Inclined. JO grumbift lo elicit it joined' fin' dated, wten the cloar ho.smiled; It lib wif.o Vr-ss lalo lie without seem- ing' to bo wild.' N'oblo purposes 'Imbued 'him, he a Christian's hopes; Hut one day a mob pursued him, cracking whips and swinging ropes; LADY, XolwjlhstandlngUhe ratification of' the .Nlneleehtti AhjsiKlment, 'woman continues "sit nn'the'lloor'wlille lacing -hfir shoea. UNCROWNED KINGS PLEASE 'SWELL O -''TH'E CHORUS t. ll'arding lells auloorot has cs- lahllEhcd' himself in Washington, and Cox IM that a Senatorial oligarchy Is things here. Let its now stand .iDrl-sln'K the t noble aong nbont tho land of Hi o free and llio homo of the bravo. TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE, PERHAPS "I heard such iv funny sCory shs said. "I nlmojt die laughing whoever 1 thinlc of H." "iVhat was Hi" ho asked. "I, don't, rprneraber, but H was somelhins about, what one man en Id to another man, It was a w-omnn. Anyhow, It -.lint there Is cause for mo to gloat; on new buttons, I Can use my last year's orercoat, was perfectly killing." HERE'S LUCK Tho coal- of-llvlng mar bo high, lelt honis oa iU final trip east with the at, good i as-won, withV record 12 defeats. Contrary to-all speculation bv the fans as we'll as officials, the. team begaii droppInjj.gameR. H failed to win ivgajne un the-trip, losing scvon in a nu eleven-ill- ningaie with Hartford. It lost'three enriies iits.Harlford.nud four at Boston, losing; tri.6. chVmpIonEliip to .Boston by exactly.-, seven .'gaines.r The' suspicions of the officials: were aroused yhe'ir' occurred, aiid the 'poolrooms had wagered heavily on Hartford. At that time A. Hulbert, of Chi-' was president of the National league. He was-a'man of-consider- able force..-.a.r.ilt jnitiative. Devlin pitched and ganjcs Ju >Hart- ford on which there 'had been much bQUIrig.. V Tho was started when tbu Louisviljb club returned ilall and Devlin were the ones who L'onfess.ed ,implicating Nichols' and Jraver.'..The.player's, were then sum- mondd before a meeting of tho clirec-. ors club, and Hall, Devlin and Xichols signed orders on tho tele- ;raph company telegrams al- eged to .have passed between them and gamblers. Crnver was Im- nedlalely expelled -'because ho re- fused to sign. .The others' woro. ex- pelled'upon receipt of tbe copies of .he between .he gamblers arid the players. Although a" desperate fight ,-was icle by friends, on their behalf, they were never' -again reinstated. They disappeared one by one. Cevlln show- ed again some yea'ra later, it is said, in !Hubert's office, ragged and wretched and begged the presi- dent of Ih0 his knees for Hulbert would not ni- ter his decision, but gave him and sent blm away.. Hiilncrt died in 1SS2. 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