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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta f AGE SIX TllK LETHB1UUOK DAILY SUAY. OCTOBER 23, lUl'J j UP FATHER" By G. McManus CORRUPTION CHARGED -MKLDOITJINE. Ol. Sraator t'errlck. spciklnt in Ihu sen- aio yesterday, accused Ibe oOlclnls ot (hp northern territory with gross cor- ruplluD. Everything is uow reported I quiet froii Port Darwlo. IN THEtJWORLD OF All doiibi a? tu Thomas Murphy tc-.il, ihe hitler being leading money winning driver of 191? was cicarctl a way when !hs landed Ihe last race ni the iion mec-Tlng wiih Hoyal Muck In Prince Loree, the Transylvania winner, anj Heir Rtuper struggling Anuilla Dil- behind Mm. the last" I wo Two Hard Fought League Games Usl Night Go To liolshies und Shams Jasl Shamrocks A. Kane, forward Irnin, forward................ Baieman, centre Harvey, guard ......___.-------. Smyth7, goard weeks' slanJ in Ihe Blue Grass country he won rates, and Hoyal Mack beiug creiiiud while Direct O. Oircctum J., jind Don de Lopez, which he drove the run. Hetty Ilhcklock-Rtitl IVtt-T Kl- liott ;H Flemings Takes Several Races The members of ihe Fleming fam- ily, ivinch dominates American rue- ing .affairs from were very Hudson mucli 13ar lu evidence l.einigton. Victor, who gets Ins mail ;n Uundais, Out., during ihe, winter uiuiilhe, aiiJ does most of his raci'jfj over the hoHrnik1 trucks in lauded two eveuls for Gctrs, eac'n won one. Ibo hsLj Louis GniUou, and gave A few psople uamcd trotting in 2.05Vi- (II scare with Jjjn Todd. white Saaardo wdui-ed his wiurace arij slim n1' of 2-Opii. .ind in hi? second race looked WDn a division llajl if he could liavc beaieit IUJHHIM Cul' Ior HiMnudale Farm vWi Selta. icro bad bct-n n chasfcil Edith Carter Total Monarchs P- Ins in, fonvard C. forward Judze, centre Total..........., Yooug. LEAGUE STANDING A surprise was night" in "the basketball league the Bolshles. "led byv. Goo. You cleaned up on the Stars, Tlie 22 was fast" froru start io I side fJaylrtg ;i gobd game. The first half the Stars had I Gilltspie, suard......... ol the play. Ridpalh and Green Inn! UacLcan, euard tuany shots but fafled to lind :he i Geo. YOU'D? and 0. Young-plarefl sco.l} combination and made mosi o! po'.nls for iheir The score al. Lhe etui of the first lull -was 13 to 10 in favor of Ibe Bolshics. Tlie second v half was more' Duelling and much ins- ter ant Ihe two out in xho !asl niinate and finished same with of (o :'V. BotsMes G. Young, ceiilre t.......... .C- Young, forward............. G. Morns on, forward S. Hnlt. euard 3f. gnarJ Tolal Stars G. McKillop, ccnlrt- Ridpalh. forward .A. Green, forward l1. Snow, guard A. Wesley, guard 4 I ciser a heavy irack if anything la carry Iv-m. In his pres- [ent form the Francisco geldins "'looks like the bright light for Lhe frec-i'orall events next year. On the other liand, slalile com- panion, Dlreci C. Burnett, niter win- nine 'n acted as he had Iraintd off. anil on Ills second ap- P: was beat en very by out in the Purse witli N'ed- la, in in UID nibd. and AVIlliain won a ihrPt-year-old race with vicky June, in 2.1 uimer with Frank Grace Direct. The TJUI up a splendid baltlo [with Diiocium J. in llie' Josi by ihe narrowest of margins, attcr a lerrilk slrcicU drive, Stars 1 Monarchs 2 Next panes lo tie played cpit 52 Races and The score ai. Lexington juinjttil j Murphy's wjnnwjg mounts for Iho 1 >'ftir to "c'. antl the. cash rolnniu lo At one lime it locked if lie wouM sitJicr in (lie first money in ibo Kentucky Futurity Brusiloff, as he Lad two ;ane in ?.04V> tlie hy a thrtc-year-ohl colt thi idui boclge succeeded in tlip, wJlh Periscope, liTO-hoaL contest ever foals o[ that age. year, Flallras hi in Inc fastcat. trotted by afternoons during the mcei- 111 q. On (he firsl day lio won with Haroii regaulle and Dayslar, cm tbo second dny Unislloff, another product o' hlH cstaWlshuient, finished second in the Kentucky Futurity tu e, after irluubis a hcot I'D MOOSE CARPET3ALL TEAM v This tram will piny mc S.O-K. v team oa KrMay iilglit, Ot'lolier T4. in the .Mooso ball. Iligln liollmm Block. All Iiilciullut; carpctball tennis :iru rcriuoatpd to send n few lo tin's ;is a program, will be dc- L'iduil for llie unncr. (or Forest Pari; j'arm. and g inhered in j-enie tic Forest si Total ;'S P. Irwin. 1 Second Game Tlie Eecond between iht Shamrocks and Monarchy was a hard In passing it can also be adrled that this j.s the last ihree-in-five Iliat TV hi eyer hecn seen in the Finur- i ity, ami it is ctrininly high time thai' i Arrungemerits Are Practically 'sucii horse fciHers were abolished. Ct" Kon division eTiu won second vania Vriiice Loree in :ii3 former uctng nunf.-ced Joan, in 1P10. Hoya) ivaf the con rig horse aud Prince I.orcc dc- rt hira on accoinit of the Hoyal nriey gelding having 1) a nl i-aclng hicV, In tlic first Ihe jjair rubbcil sulkies going nrnund the" [irai nsrn and Rcral ilart TI break. U waa the 'a'ccoiul diurgcd to him during the three yean; thai 31urptiy -rnceil him, As whrn ]ik lirsl :u Toledo last year. Iraa Jay jlistauced him. Murphy made no effort (or the heat- On, ihe next .wilfces JJrewer broke in front of him at the head of Iho Elrelrli. OTK! before he could sot of her 1'rince 'Loree bad length to ;hc good, II gave him the and race in as Hoyal Mack landed the tirit'lieat In DaTiil M. l.ook. the tnviier of Cas- llelon Farm, had ITCO very enjoyable Glove Arc Hard Hit by Efforts of Promoters lo Feather Nests The trieh cosL of puneliing has hit the slovo M-icldcrs, All Ihe scrnpring fellows wLo hnoiv how- to deal ft mean wallop are dead anxious to do BO to pull in a ferc clinkers .ire Hud- ing the going tough lo meet the de- mands of the promoters. are not hearing so mueli (hese days about Iho liohlup promoters arc edging .-into the limelight. The specific case which prompts this narrative concerns four pereans. One. Is a promoter, Dominic Tortorich, of New Orleans, The others are boi- Herman, the bantamweight champion; Pal Moore of Memphis, and Joe Lj'ucli of Nen' York, aiid their rs- licctlvc managers. Now to the hold- up stuff. Moore Starts to Figure Tortorii'h. signed Champion Her. man to fight for him on the after- noon of Tlia n Its giving in the ana frudilorium al New Orleans. He guaranteed Pels J7.500 for bis end, win'lose or draw. Tuen It was up (n the promoter io ]and an opponent Tor Ihe champion. lie after Pal Moore. Moore ivas shnply tickled to dealh al the chance tor the title. He continued (o te pleased untH Tortor- ich wrote out (lie contract Then lie wasn't t let led any moie. VII the promoter demanfled was iliat Moore uox Herman 20 rounds for 50 per cent of the gate after Ihc first hart been put aside lo pay Herman hia and Tor- lortch which wns for "uipensca incurred incidental In making tho 1C iho bout drew and that is- the largest amount ilia I Hie Orleans qlub has drawn (or contest, Moore -would deceive tlie bugc toUl of Enriclters for his JO rcunds' work. Promoter Shares in Earnings But that isn't all. Tlie promoter apparently Is plurminc to feulht-r Hie nest tbt future, lor the contract also stipulated (hut if the champion is deihrono'l tlio man who tunis tho trick UIQSI pay him 10 per cent ot all hts earnings as chiunplon. There wMt be no IIcrman-Moorc fight TliaukEgivhiff. As for Joe Lynch, the same conditions are de- manded. It Is uadcratooil lhnt Lynch also is balking and wont' accept terms. FIRST BASEBALL SALARIES }H 1B36; TOTAL A WEEK Lawrence Perry says: "This la the fifty tbird Anniversary of the year when i: began not lo be a disgrace lo nccept money for playing baseball. It vrtis In ISSfi that three nicmliers of the Atlanllca of lirooblyn received (10 a week for playing" the game. Ecrery game m'ovtjutiit has liad ils early martyrs; Ibo Irony ot It is that the three devoted heroes bras'ctl calumny and contempt to accept for playlet hascliall arc uukiionn'aiid MAGNATES BUY RACE CLUB XEW YOIIK. Oct. A. Sloneliam and John J, McGraw. preei- tlcnl nnd vice-presldenl, rtsjieclivoly, of the New York National Ltagiip baseball club, on their return from Cuba today confirmed Iho report ihnl. I hey hat? purchased from Hurry D. Brown Iho controlling interest In the Cuban-A men can Jockey and Auto- mobile, club of Havana, which op- erates the Havana mcetmcfc during1 the ivintcr .ipagou. fought ganu-, both sides caecking hard. {Iween Bonny Leonard, For the Shamrocks, Kane aod L. Jrwinj champion ol the Hartford 'opening day of the meeting ivuri Day star, u brother io Drusilolf, id after a fuur-hcnt contest, Ihe A 15-uwnd bout to a decision be-1 fastest on record, in which Mr. Uud ird, jley won the second heal in -.03Vi. -ji fnu ivauc ajju i> M m VUBIIIJUULI me nurld. Qnd jatiii dropped d62.iV in the tbirOP and did most of the.heavy work, and P.I Dundee, his most perslsleut challenger j Natalie (he Great burned up a lot of InvSn and Wellington [or the Mon-j will be staged In Hartford, Conn.. 'In i money which her backers never had archs. Tho first, half coded iu favor! ahoat three according lo ar-la chance to win. cf the Shamroclia, 15 lo 12. The winch arc practically com- Cox also won :i division rf the 'ond half the Jlonarchn .nlaycd They have [ought times Aalilancl with McGrtgur nnrl managed to the, i-core in thfj but always bouts of six. last minute, hut Irish and hia learn j eight or ten rounds. Dundee hsa al- through good corahtnatlon work put! ways claimed he could win Ihc llghl- Ureal, and landed Jess V. In front i a class race. Ills tub al Die rlo or ihe Leiington meeting shotfcrt JX two more baskals anil won the! weight championship jr he could in-' winning races for the season, ami a game, 23 io In favor of ihc Sham- dues Leonard to meet him In a haul rocta. i I over a distance aad a referee's deci- U appear-) thai he have total of for the season, with Atlanta still to be he also reduced litarrt irhilc Princeton's re EASTERN HATS CAPS LAD i (W3 long-sought opporlunlly at KarL-j cord In a trip ngaUiEl Lbe watch In jfotd. ja.01, ite llrat. the mile being Joe the Connecticut pro- meter, has been bidding for the match. for somi time and has virtually clinch- ed it. It Is understood thet both jard Tilll work on .a perctnlagc basis i ard and Dundse will work on a pfjr- [ccnlagc Ilolh hoxers Trill nrobablr at lop speed from tho opening gong ja deciBlon lo be given at llie end of J the llfleerUh round, tilnce Ducdee docs I no: carry a real hnocfcoul punch It in hclieml thai lie will have to depend on polnta lo and will force tho lighting from ihii Elan. trotted fn Great Race of Early Dreams McDonald fluttered up lo the fool- Hghlg for Ihe firsl thnc this year dur- ing Ihc Lexington meeting. On the opening1 day he won n division ot Iho fValoiJt Hall Cup with Uaron Cegjn- Me In 2. and followed It on the neii. flsy with a inarveUoua rnco. h ivhtch Flarly nreanis, after n let-up of orer u year, -irhnked off in front of Charley Hex. Busy's Lassie, arid I'cter -lune in Jjj tfjis pee tlH; iJrc.irn liorso a handful til word's rccorda, 'tlio wlnnlr.g licni by n grrlOlity. Mic fastest heal liy EI ll-ycar-old troltcr, and the ihrr.o fastest heals a anjonj; 111 tin. Of MrDnnald'H other :it Ilia meeting. crotliteil v-'ith two and Iho ciinvcricd pater Tommy Direct wJili .Molly In Ihc. Kentucky Fuliirilv iindor n..liandirap, his InJiiTicB sustalr.erl in nn acc'netil HI CJccrs camu hack won Iho Konturky ElaXo wllli her from Altnln Putney, in MLC iriu'l. in as ft's ihc illvision of the I To in c- Jn 2.07W. Thli.Jumped lilif n-'n- mcnjnt.1 for iho ynar, notwith- Ftanrtlng his Hrlynr, lo -1. and hi winnings lo fW.lV'j, Krr.il Kgan provrfl at Ixxlnntnn .lohji Q'llcK hi 2.07. anil Ihn; t'.vo-vcftr-oM I'c-icr Volft coU in The latter Is out o' marc hy nrjffhlon, lo Sllko, a Ken- lucky Futurity wfnncr. as welt as thr, Firs ot tlml winner of the blna ribbon of ibo troll'ng turf ChlMi alto won two raco.i with DarortcM VlrgJT11a, Fhilo two ?Rt3 rif brackets placed afier Nat UnyV namo General liurlav? and Jtas- FIT-REFORM The Most Pleasing Clothes in Canada A Fit-Reform Suit or Overcoat is a com- panion whose personality becomes a part of the man who wears it. f> It measures up to every demand of style of distinction of fine and careful workmanship of honest service and sound value. The true worth of a Fit-Reform Suit or Overcoat will be proved many times in the course of the season. the best time to select the new Fall Suits or the Overcoat you have been promising yourself, The new models are choicest patterns and effects are we are ready to serve you. Fii-Peiokn McKELVIE McGUIRE UvTIUJKIDGJi 310 LIVERY We Meet All Trami. HcipiUI Calls. Phones: Kales on Country Trips SPENCE BROS. LclKbrtdge, AHj. OTT AUTO LIVERY Special Sm-iro on Counlry Tril.s. Phones 787 Reildence 1210 RETREADING DONE BY EXPERTS Get your Next Rtlrcad Uoni By Us. SECTIONAL AND BflOXSN BEADS OUR-SPECIALTY We are "pcclallsls in Vulcan- Iiing Waders. Lelhbridge Vulcanizing Works 712 Third Avoni'ft Soulh PHONE 1664 Character what we build into every tire that we retread or repair. Ctnsa quality and durability aro Ihe objects' of our highest en- deavor. The, mailer ot yalue- giving Is our chlcl concern. We appreciate a mail as much us wo do bis'business, Our chop is OPP. ELLISON MILLS AUTO OWNERS We marke Storm Curtains >vilJ] SUES lieMs, and radiator .cov- ers. Everything for the Auto Taps THE LETH- BRIDGE AUTO TOP DEPOT Gth Street Xexl.to Herald Office G. T. BLUNT, PROP. The Mechanical Garage Died cars bought end sold. General .Repairing Corner Avenue apd 3rd -St. Cosy Holler Rink. Phone nee K-W, Service Stain Service Station Cor tha (mnoua K-W MaEnctgg. All makes ot- magneto, generators, cells ro pftircd. alock ot rernlr parls car- ried. All >rork guaranteed. MAQNET3 RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co. 613 41ji Avenue South PHONE HAVE YOUR RADIATOR RE-CORED tlcloru ilia ANDY THE'RADIATOR MAN 418 HIUi St. 8, WELDING Car Repairing AGENTS FOR GRAY DORT CARS RUMELY ENGINES The lawford Welding COMPANY 2nd Avf., epp, UIKbrfdjs Holel j 1M1 ;