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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE IJBT.KBR.innR DAILY OCTOBER BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus FOR Quick Service: Best Attention TRY. Tk Silver Grifl OPEN DAY AND NIGHT SPECIALTY IN STEAKS We Aim to OUR COFFEE BEST IN TOWN 6th St and 4th Ave, I GRAND JURY BALL v. PROBE IS REOPENED CHICAGO, Ocl. ;.by the special grand jury of lib alleg- cd of lha 'as well as otber'-phases of baseball gambling, was resumed today. The last session was held--Just before" tho world's ,11 was Indicated'that'special; atten- tion would topdld-lo baseball pools and the to make souia As to make some as to The Football Compefition Kinds' "an From Man I whether or not they: are a form Manv in Iho atrement of Hirers Tester- pmbllng harmful to professional base- Many in the Divide First Prize K. II. janics and J. Mat-sou are the winners of the nrtt prize'money in the sixth, football conipetllton, w'lth ten forecasts. There was again a large entry, but we are still loolting tor a few more to enable us to increase the prize money to have had ths Scot- tish future for the, week competi- tion but they'are not" yet to hand.'.. M day Had Great Career atremenf nf DWrs gambling harmful to professional base- ugement 01 ester- ball. Assistant Stale's Attorney Hep- logle Fald It was possible-.thai there mishUbe' additional 'Jndictme'ntsr but said it was of lhe men who, played in-the major, leagues in 1920 would be .Involved. XJlugh .Ambrose Jennings who re- signed as manager of the Detroit Tigers yesterday, has been in base- bail- for thirty" years and during that .time has become one of lhe greatest Hugh just tarn-. od'50 years, and he was born I in fifty years ago on April- 2nd this year. He Is inches high and weighs is a righl- i.u.i iucj me; uvn >et 10 nanu. ii "eisns pounus. is a ngui- inv compelilor or''an has a copy'bfj handed inrbvrer and bats from lhe Scottish League flx'urcc would be 'right'e plate. glad to' have the loan of the samo in order that ire can iucludo those games is 13 Confirmation of gimes plaved Oct. two accomplish- hand bis name '-lias nienls whleii will ____ _._ ____ idowii lo1 baseball posterity.' The is. the fact Unit at the cited. The government .had vopenly exempted the profiteers .anil, taxed the 2nd is now to hanJ the winners oet-reen the following each getting woa pennants three years JG.OO for ten correct B.'ll.- James, libx ST. cftv. J Masson 110 Sth St south city. The second prize of !S 00 13 divided between 'ho following TIX competitors tor nine correct Jach >vill O Ross 1619 ilrs.- Claude. Dalna, 212 IGlh St it> 510'18lli St. e'ly r. McJ-'atlane, 109 21st St !sV city. 19th SI N clt! Dink 306 10th St J Lush Mmy Ridge Confctt'onerv, Clt} F Lcc 615 7th St S clt> John vRoblnson, Lundbreck, Alia. Herald Football Competition ENTRY FORM GAMES FOR OCT. 21 MIDNIGHT Pint Division vs. Sheffield-United. Newcastle vs. Bradford. .Spurs Burnley. Huddersfleld vs.' Albion. Second Division Blackpool vs. West Ham. Bury vs. Forest; Hull vi, Leeds. Stoke vi, Coventry. Thtrd Division Reading vt, Pitiee, Soutliampton Southend vs. Northampton, Swantea Queen's Park. I enter Ihe Herald Football ptllllon in accordance with ihe 'rules and agree to accept pub- Ilah4d decision as (inol and .binding. Signed Address -league car- eer In 1391 with the "Louisville1 ,ciuh of the American -.association.' The tiest' year :h'o' went lo the Louisville cluu of the National league with which organization he remained until, when he went lo' BaUiinbre Just in tima Ihe Orioles win Ho stayed with the Orlolea until 1S99 when he to Brooklyn and played first for Wo seasons; He -was with- tho Philadelphia-: team, of the National league In'1; 1961.. and 1902 and then went-to Baltimorn iii tho. Eastern league' International) ,for four years '-until he" was drafted by the Tigers... -ono the greatest shortstops that the game 'has erer offensive year was when he hit for 392 In 127 gahios. That Was the last'yean that the-Orioles WOE the National league Championship... sentative of: I.uuenburg. N. o'r lhe representatives of Unpeople followed, Mr. Kennedy nnd preceded the liberal leader. Mr. Duff trained his gims ou Hon. Mr.; Dallantyne... minister of miirjno nnd fisheries and claimed that.that gentlemen was try- Ing to get all-out of lhe government and the'-pe'ople that he could. >He' also charged Ih'al Mr. Ballantyne was operating in interests.- his friends and business assoclatea-- Mr. Duff put forward lhe clalni, as did'the previous speaker Union governnieat has outlived its mandate, and maintained, backed .by a' general ele'ction should be held to give lhe chance to pass a verdict .on whom they wish to: control this country (ift the next four.or five years. During his'opening remarks he. ex-; tended greetings from his fellow cit- izens of. Nova'Scotia to former cltij who have mdv-T ed to prairie to live. He, contin- ued by giving a message ands of CoiuervallrcE, who he claim', ed, are" "tired and sic'k of Government" are just wailing .a chance to' throw them out of Ths Epeajie'r. referred to Mr. .Ken- nedy's reason's .why the Union Coveni-j ment to the people .and, told the audience that he -was.' golns; to "give, thpm some more, cd his arsiimeuls Svilh [he stateine ent that lie Has 'ho fault to find the' people 1317. voted for the! Union gpve'riurn'eht because whole successfully ejid the f Continuing', he reviewed the men" who wetit from, the ranks of the Lib In Bald Mr. Duff.' he referred to a state- ment o[ Mr. Ballanlyne's In wtilch it was claimed that Canadian Eiilps sail- ing Ihe seas .were making money and after being pressed Mr. Ballantyne aUegecl to tho cred- it; of the Canadian nierchani marine. Mr.j piitf, coming .from7 Nova Scolls thought'he knew' something 'about shipping m'atters .and doubted this statement. He asked questions and finally when Mr. Ballantyno submit- ted a- report he was unable to find that more than half In cash, was m the banks "to the credit of the In, searching 'the liabilities was to locate au.accQunt of per cent." alleged by tHe; minister to be put aside for de- preciatiou.' rSnch "slate of the cold wind irom creeniut; tin 01. BERT KESTBR'S N S S H O P HOME OP SOT'H C13NTURY BRAND CLOTHIKG Alexandra Hotfel Block On the-Corner ITALIAJ? REDSPLAN "ATTACKS OcU police gathered evidence, 'demonstrating that the anarchists ha.v% been plan mug a series tf terroristic attacks on different puhilc'pllicps hefe Xbo'ut ISO anarchists been arrested The AvautI, the radical organ Eais to da> The final clash approaches Be and materially ready to" em- ploy force the red guards pro tect our newspapers and organlza tioiia Let its answer Alolence witn Molenca, an eye for an eje, a tooth for a loolh." The "radical-leaders, Sen-alt arid have gone to Berlin to at- tend a Bolshevist meeting at which Zinovieff, lhe lUissmi- DolsoMk, is to be present, jnd al which It is lo be Intended lo arrange common ac- tion for A communist revolution throughout ONTARIO PREMIER AND PROVINCIAL TREASURER CLASH ABOUT FILm TORONTO, Oct. Premier Dairy, recently put the ban on the moving picture "Open Your Eyes" and prevented It be- ing shown fn city on the dates advertised, Provincial Treasurer Peter Smith, the final authority on censorship has.approved of the picture and it wllf be exhibited No person under 16 years orage will be admitted. BELGIAN TALKING STRIKE IiIlL'SSDLS> Ocl is rnmorcd (bat propaganda is being circulated among the Belgian nilaers'lo the effect that their strike, movement will be .supported by the railnav ana metal workers Thus far thera is no sign that these ci any other workers Intend to Join a miners' strike, which Is not 1; supported by the Christian and neu tral miners who are said to oppose the strike on the ground that it would result in an Increase in the cost oi; living. PHONE 666, A r L Q R TAUOA. 410 FIFTH STREET F U R R E R K-W Service Station Service Station lor tfle'fnmoQi K-W Magnefcs. All niakea: ot magnetos, generators, coils' re- paired. tlbek of ried. All VAfiNETS REOHARQED The Roy, Electf c Co. B18 4tfi Avenue South PHONE 73S uung men, the double-breast- cd, form fitting models half lined off inn walslllne A wldo cliolro for nil lasted In browns, greys, greens PA and fan'cy nlislurcs. At Others at to IS KfeEL. ;SHOP OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES and THE FLORSHEIM'SHOE DLOCK, FIFTH STREET ;