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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY-HERALD FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1 BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus It THIS WHERE WORKS? I WANT TO HIM FIND HIM IN HIS FOR Quick Service Best Attention The Silver Grill OPEN DAY AND NIGHT IN STEAKS Wo Aim to OUR COFFEE BEST IN TOWK 6th St. and 4th Avt, P.M; BANKERS VS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBAll LEAGUE TOOPENTONIGHTWITH HIGH SCHOOL-BANKERS Speedy Bunch of Youngsters Will Represent Seat of Learn- ing V- Bankers Will Make Them Step Lively. Lethbrldge'i official baikitbill season will open tonight ine Y.M.C.A. floor. The High-. School will stack tip agalntt the the High School boys consider they hive a fart .team thli-yeir and they will be'called upon to-' night to show their mettle. The High School showed their superiority over the Raymond visitors on Monday night They bushel or two of good combination against a team of players'who wire much smaller than Tonlsht they 1 will1 be tp against a team that will'likely have the edge on them for weight and It will prove a big- ger according ent. Indications are not a team which can be trifled with. Percy will be seen in action to- night and agalnrt him will be George Young, two team mates of I ait year's championship aggrega- tion of Southern Alberta. VETERANS Will HAVE GOOD HOCKEY TEAM School League is ,_._- JInlA- tion Meeting Within a Few Days That Lethbridje will be on the hockey map again Ihlt winter seems assured at preient. Al- though nothing tangible hat been done except to start work on the rink, there has., been sufficient talk going the 'rounds to that hockey Is a real live subject, The veterans will be on the Job "again. A meeting will be called of .the sports the 'G. W. V. A: within a :to'discust hockey. The-dlicus- sion is not expected to be whether or not a team will be put on the Ice but will be as to perion- Everyone Interested around the G. W. V. A.'-club rooms ex- prcECfS the opinion that a team is, a fact but'ai to playert'there is some speculation. Junior hockey will probably re- ceive more attention this winter. Efforts, are being made to have the schools get busy and form a league. Should they decide to do this It would be a very wise move and would be a big plank In the present :athletic program being conducted In the schools. Every- thing that will engender sports- manship between the schools It something 1o, be desired, -STANDING HIGH SCHOOL BOWLING LEAGUE W. Parsons 5 Cheeses'...... .5 Rosebuds............ 4- Pedagogues 2 Teachers.........I.. 2 Ilclnics.................. 1 Niggers.................. 1 1 'ewoes................. 0 Greenboya............... 0 Herald Football Competition ENTRY FORM Girls Only three games played to Cato. rlneiands ..........'3 -0 Irishmen 2 0 Milestones 3 0 Airmen 0 CrawHPords............. 0 Macs: Druggists Scottlea Proctorites Clints' LASKER PLAN ADOPTED BY FIFTY BALL CLUBS CHICAGO, Oct. 23. Lasker plan for. .lhe_; future_ conduct of baseball has bean approved by fifty club owners, according to A. D. Lasker.'fath- er .of the new plan. Under- the arrangement baseball twlll be controlled by a civilian com- mission of iliree men' of nation--- al repute. The chairman will 't devote his time exclusively to the work and receive a salary of annually. The other j. two members of the slon wil! be paid SlO.OOi) annual- ly. The commissioners are to be'elected by a majority of the clubs. The plan was adopted for a tenure of twenty-five years. Further details of "the agree- ment will be worked out In conference with representa- tives of all minor leagues. Plan New Major League Split in Baseball is Imminent Clubs Threaten to Launch Twelve-Team Circuit Unless Five Remaining American League Accept Proposal for Reorganization of Came and Appointment of new Civilian Tribunal 4 A 9 4 -Tonight midnight or first mall Sat- urday morning sees the close of'the elith week ot the Herald Football competition. Entries are -coming in fairly fast not quite fast enough to enable us1 to Increase the prize money. There is no reason why this competition should not be as large as any competition of a Ijke nature in the province, hut It Is entirely up to thb fans .to make it so. All entry money goes to swell the prizes, there- fore cut put and fill in the coupon appearing on. this with 25 cents Eii an.envelope and drop in the box at tho Herald. Do it now! Don't put it off until It is too late. Address all entries Football Competition, Lethbridge Herald." CHICAGO, Oct. the action ot of the chairman was filed at not less eleven major league baseball club own-, than a year. The board ers Monday night In going on record have all powers of the present national as favoring abrogation of the national t commission and "farther powers afl agreement, which concerns profession-' al leagues, results-In a baseball war, A the responsibility will rest with the five American. league clubs which have not yet signified their intention 1 ot taking part In tho proposed reorgan- ization of control ot the gams, Presi- dent John Heydler, of the National league, tonight, hi'a statement. The eight. National v league clnbs and the three American league New York, and not declare war they advocated control of baseall by a tribunal 'of threo men not financially interested In the game, hut were making r. declar- "ation of principle In order to save the game, Mr. Heydler said. -Prohahillty of a baseball war was freely dlscussed-by baseball men here yesterday, many of them called to titify before the grand.jury investi- tirig the. Complete Upheaval The-, meetlns of RECORD OF THE ST. LOUIS. SOCCER TEAM The St. Lonl.s All-Amerlean soccer team, including'twenty crack players, recently returned from Us' tour of Sivcden. They played fourteen games, winning seven, jpiaylug ties in fire, and losing two. GAMES FOR DOT. 23 CLOSING DATE OCT. 22 MIDNIGHT First Division Sheffield United. Newcastle vi, Bradford. Spurt Burnley. Huddertffefd vs. Albion. Second Division Blackpool West Ham, Bury vi. Notts Forest, Hull vi. Leeds, Stoke vi, Coventry, Third Divlilon Raiding vs. Palace, Southampton vs. Brentford. SoUlhend vs. Northampton, Swanita vs. Queen's Park. I enter Ihe Herald Football Com- petition In accordance with the ruies And conditions announced above, and agree to accepl tho pub' lilted decision as final and legally SOUTH BEND, Ind., Oct. Harry Greb of Plttaburg knocked out Gunboat Smith of Brooklyn In the .first round of their 10-round bout here-last night. Greb drop- ped his opponent with a left hook after but a few seconds ot fight- Ing. The men are heavyweights The piedmont league, which enjoy- ed a successful season this year, is expected to go to bat next spring with practically the same 'roster o! managers and players as closed this the owners of eight National 'league clubs and three American league clubs term- inated here late Monday night with an agreement that may a com- plete Upheaval of organized baseball is it now exists. Axcdntract was signed abrogating he national agreement and a plan was adopted croatingw board -of 'con rol ot tlree members, lone of them to be tipanclalMnterest' ed In baseball. All of the National league .owners signed the- contract. Chicago Boston "and Now Yorit American league club owners also' signed. It tho five other American' league own' ers do not sign by November 1, league, composed -of' the. eleyen'.clnha represented at the Monday .meeting, and one other, -not yet, 'decided .upon, will be formed. An Important'Siep This -stop, according .to 7oho' _. Heydler, president ot the National league, "Is the most Important, fitep taken In organized baseball since Us inception." The board of conlrol will ho elected may he thought needful and appro- priate by the'drafting committee." Ultimatum The contract Blgned by the clnh owners said In part: "The undersigned clubs hereby agree thai if-the plan proposed'in the resolutions adopted at the Joint meet- ingVert the NatiocaV Icsg-js clabs :he-undersigned clnba of the American eagiie, be not accomplished by the by of BETTER CAPS It's easy to say .''better." It might mean, a lot of things. In this case, it really', means even snappier even more attractive, .patterns, even more qualify char- acter than, you'have'seen in caps before! Better look them over.- Try some on and lieu take a look.' Youll want- icceptance of the proposed plan November 1, 1920, by other clnbi __ American league, then the nnder- signed will proceed to form a twelve- cluh league, consisting of tho under: signed ...clubs and a twelfth to je located in a city, to'be designated by a majority vote of.the undersigned; provided, however, that said twelve- j club league shall not be dissolved ex- cept on a vote of nine of the members of constituted, of which at least eight, votes shall be cast'by the eight clubs now National league Canadian Press Is Planning For CaHe Service BERT KESTER'S MEN'S SHOP .HOME OP 20TH CENTURY BRAND CLOTHING Alexandra Hotel Block On the Corner PRIKCB ALBERT, OcL nasked and armed bacdllg entered number of farm houses at Goran ast night and terrified the occupants. t the home o! Horace Snow the atter resisted and was eventually hrown iiito..a'vreil but was able.to ave himself from drowning. ,Later ieveral people .Vere-.held up" and rob- led on the road, the bandits' event- ually .reaching Scmans where, farther mirages -A ere committed Constable Brown pf: the "Strassbhrg dcUchmeht if the provincial police has organized pursuit of .the robbers. TORONTO, Oct. Important meeting of the board 'of directors of the ;Canadian. Press, Limited, mutual gather- ing agency ot the Canadian dally pub- lishers, was held here proposals for an enlarged British cable service were thoroughly gone Into and the decision was reached to call a special general meeting of the mem- bership in Montreal within fire weeks from dato to pass finally on tho. draft by a majority vote ot the owners of agreement for ouch a service, negot- both leagues who the now I In'.od by the management with Sir contract by November 1. The salary I Roderick Jones of Renters, Mailted. OTTAWA, Oct, Canadian up accumulations of( business prior to the departure of' prime minister on his western tour, tho cabinet council held a meet- Ing thls'morning, when the discussion of the sngnr refiners was the question most at Issue. In, respect to sugar, the government {has not yet taken any action beyond{ L that of maintaining suspension of the[ order issued by (he Board o! Com-1 rnorce, It is, however, regarded as probable that the roflnorg will visit .Ottawa to press Ihdr case. Their! proposals of largo loan oij ot a re-! t adjustment of tho customs duties on (raw sugar are understood to be meet- ing with considerable opposition and there "19 no doubt In official circles If the government will be In a po- sition to lend the refiners any matrtal Duffy, who managed the To- ronto team the past season, is men- tioned aa possible successor lo Dave Fultz lluthe presidency ot tlio Inler- national league post MORE TRUTH THAN POETRY HEROIC MEASURES By S. B. My shoes haro been re-soled and mended much, Jiy hat wan bought before the war began, But one can now bo wholly out of touch Wllh Fashion and remain a gentleman. My socks are darned, for they have eeryed mo long; My tie was new In 1017; Because I hold that profiteering's wrong My collars all have edges that aro keon. Four ycara ago tat overcoat was now. Bill still It's much too good to throw away; The lining seems toneeil a patch or Once hlack. It shows ft lingo of gray. _. Still It will sorve, perhaps, to keep me warm, And it It's out of. stylo I needn't care- Thank heaven, I can be Id decent form, Though of ago are on the clolhoa I we.ir. I'TS bought myself ft UtUo dinner pall, And dally bring a modest lunch to town; II seems to me my methods cannot fall To help to bring tho cost of living down. -I'm walking to and from the station now, i But this has put me In a crue! plight; excrclao I get appears, somehow, To make it hard to curb my appetite. I'm glad that prohibition's hers for I do not oren dally with homo brew; At homo I've tried to hato it underelood That old things can he made as good as now. If luck Is with mo and the plans 1'vo mado Are not upssi, I'll pay tho bills I owo And worry through the tha aid Ot. money that t snrcd len years ago.' discussion today by thoVjembere of tho council of the League of Nations In session here. The views of tho members were- exchanged ;lu-'Strictly private .consultations.. .Even --on- fidentlal Torn the sessions. pet movement'among the Chartered coal miners where- 2.000" men went out yes- crday, probably followed by the railway, postofflce, street car.em- yees and metal arid gas workers, it was labor circles today. The !a one ot protest" against the payment of an income tax. TALIAN ANARCHIST CONGRESS RAIDED ROME, Oct. raid Vlppn :he hall in Bologna where Italian anarchists -wsra-heidlng a congress is reported in a Bologna dispatch to the Messagero today. Delegates from all larts of Italy: were nrrested hy the .Iders. All the prisoners, it Is said, had large cums o! mpnoyin their pos- session. These were seized hy the police. L _ BETAIN8 SEAT ST. JOHN, N. OcL S. 3. Banter is to retain his seat for 3t. John county in the provincial leg- slature, the petitlph'for a recount bt votes at the'recent election having >een raled out of court. EAGUE DISCUSS'iS GENERAL DISARMAMENT BRUSSELS, brganlza Jon of an international court of jus lice and the subject of-, general dls armament were the main topics under PHONE 668 410 FIFTH STREET K-W Service Station SerrtM Station for thr> fa-noni K-W Magneton. All makes ot tnagnetos, generators, oolla ra- Full stock of repair cir- ried. All wort MAGNETS RECHAHOED The Roy Electric Co. 4th Avtnui South PHONE 7U SMART: SUITS FOR YOUNG -MEN This lino Is the pick of tho season for smart design and striking com OB In. a number of distinctive models. Made up In a full lino of Cheviots, Tweeds, Worsteds patterns and mixtures. theso suits aro. built "stand their shape'as they are built by tho best A perfect matter what your build may our own tailor measures you and puts ou the finishing touches. LOUIS KEEL SHOP OF FASHION CRAFT ANp THB FLORSHBIM SHOE OLIVER BLOCK 31J FIFTH 8T, ;