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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATLMDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1917 LcvniimmpE nAiLt .PARR THRKB "BRINGING UP FATHER" G. Me Man us TWO OCLOCK VLU THE DEOCE 1 HOME- THEM IN THE MORN IN'! TO TELL -XCU PrTOPLE HE WIFE il .HERE When 400 pounds of betf and brawn, with n healthy sprinkling of the science of the scissors, the nelson and the half nelson, the hanitnerlock and the toehold, clashes an the nrat in the wrest- ling ring there, ars some exciting moments. The mat gnme is to the ring game wh.it rugby footbnll IE" to hockey. It Is more cumber- Eome, there Isn't quite the same Epccd to It, but nevertheless (t It fast and there ere enough ex- citing moments to make 11 a game worth watching when ore FE assur- ed that it is on the level. So Lethbridge and Southern Alberta fans, who haven't seen two giants go to the mat since Warner of Idaho, threw Jack Tay- lor here three or four winters ago hy pitching him bodily over his tilde r, stunning Jhc Lelhbrdge man, will have a good chance to enjoy lh- sport when Heln and Anderson meet next Thursday ev- ening. There is every indication that the t-.vo pre evenly matched, and it will be a matter of condi- tion pretty Anderson Is not afra'd of the outcome, and he will be only tea willing to take on Kid Sandow of Medicine if he comes out winner. Sandow Got a lot oT stuff off h'rs chest about being able to trim anything on the hsrosene circu't. son says he may still be in the kerosene circuit class hut he Is on his way up as he will show Ucthbrldge fans. And Lethbrldg: fans will be sat- isfied if he can put up one of those great battles ori the-. ma I which made Jack Taylor the Idol of the south. AH they ask Is a chance to sec a real -good lin'g male-h again' Has Won 9 lo 5 of World's Ber- the rival pennant winners, (he count showing rarly-lwo victories for Ice Aiitciican League, iflirty-sbc Tor Ihc National, and livo gnmes ending in Lo the scries of 1310, when Hie jAtlilctic triacnlne first licgnn to show. sign3 of ils Hie Kulfonal League iield Ibo upper band In world's series Four ol Hie sis chum- Kitclien fj Mystery JACKSON HAD BEST OF IT Xe-.v York, Ort. His Harlem AVSlllo Jachson ot NV.v York liart all Ihc better ot n ro'Jiitl bout with Toiauyv Tuu- ot Falerson. Ilclnlczlm's balling [5 like Our bowling. i He hits 'cm round SCO In practice. r And round 1 20 Jn a pinch, Well, Hciolezim admits, t And so do vro. ies Championships up lo Present pionslilp clashes, played up lo that season resulted In favor oljhc oliler ImL since 191B HIG Amer- _________ lean League has been In tlic ascend- _T -__ _ __ _. ancy as far as Ihc world's scries EO. J.OW York, Oct. 27.-Thc vhlorj, 0flQ in a lonff of the American League champions in sitcccssoa sinco. 191 -1, the world's scries Jusl closed lias fur- when tho National League champions. thcr widened-tlie gnp- separating Llio two major baseb.iU organlzntions in iiumbrr of scries triumphs. In the early days of llieao nnnucil cliam- ploitstiips the honors usually rested since tbe Pirates took (lie mcasura of the senior of late years'the lurncd in fav- or of the American Leaguers, j Tho last series was (he fourteenth Iho Boston Braves, scored a cleart-up against Ihe winning four straight games.. This Is Ihc only ser- ies captured by the National League (ho Timers luck hi 1909. American League iiol able loldraw away rromyis.-riyRl hi these nnj.ll 'the, past "MADE IK CANAO, between llio pennant winners or Iks; three years. The cloHt ot 1911, the two leagues, and Ibe American ndw-i two leagues were on, even terms, cacli leads'In dumber or trlumiibs-by nine 1 having four series... Tn 1912, (he ID five- In .-gamca won Ihc clubs of j clash between ;and ,'tho Han Johnson's organization lead, by Giants TYRS abont aa'closcjasvi EC flea no .inch margin might bu expected, lean go, the decision going'tiavra lo wliHo almost doubling the Rational the eighth game and to Iho tenth in- League tolal In number of series won. n'ng ol thai contest. Though iho Am Highly games Leon played liy.erlcan Lc.iguo won In 1013, anil tho 11raveg regained Ihc waning prestige year later, the series word- almost rvfa standoff. But tbo failures of tho PhllKca, ItoLIrs and Giants In the past Ihrea. scries havo enabled llio younger league lo Jump lo the front. In one respect the National League has an crtgc on Us rlvnl'ln world's scr- ies "competition. Though the rcnrc- sonUUves pi the older league have made a fits appointing ahoiving on more then ono occasion, (I has never reach- ed the, Glage ot a clean-un an Am- erican League entry, 'Twice Ibe John son Champions have goric through EPP lea ivllhout winning a Rame. Tlio Tig- ers lost four lo llio Cubs In ID07, after tying iho Drat game, nnd Iho Ath lotlcj tHtl nol hnvo as nuich as n tie fti 'tho 1914 scrtoa .ow tad, 3 fat 50c. A fiicnd, antl spccii maniac, Hat] Just about decidtit] That he friend WaulO save up For a couple ot -y Stop buring milk: x And roal a And beefsteak And five-cent OESS V And otbcr And buy a Henry. But Ihc other night, Wlicn he road About-joy rtdcrs anues sit While said neighbor Is cunsumlng t Ills, macaroni, He decided It would ba 9 A waste of capital To buy a Henry When neighbor's Mr And gasoline- Are so handy. Even i( caught Ten bones i3 caay, v Cheaper than buying gaa Bor little Henry, And llicn, Thu chnncca 6l ECltine caught Arc slim. r For It's chcnpdr lo rJdo In neighbor's six Than to rlclc In Your own fJUfe Ford. I JJcgnn Ring Career in 18S9 and Was SliU'Ai Ihe Game in 1911 Veteran, Now With Brooklyn, Has licen Mpst Success- ful Pitcher Coluy Jnck Coomhs, veteran pifcJier of tlic Brooklyn DodRC-ry. liaa been (he most suecossrul ivorlil's series piirhor. C'oomls went through three serlcfi r.icclins a dc- In two others he sbarccl iu tiro spoils hut did no Coombs has won five world's series sartirs ant! lost none. However, he Imfl liad a lot of luck him, na hc'.ivr scoring by tho Alliloiicj? Jack's work rather easy tor him In wlu-'ii he won his slury. clofcatinR llio Chicago Cubs in Tlic collapse of (he Cab twirl Ens staff enabled CooniUs lo waUc home victories, as the Ath-j Known as "lUiby. Doh was laid i It-lies scored 2S runs in Ibe three 'in his last.resting p.Iace. It" you don't i games he pitched. Jle won by scores beKcvo It> cast your lamps over Uilsjctf p 3, 12 lo 5, and 7 lo 2. record: lf> Gi-jal Game Agninsl Glanla DicTi Ellis, three rounds. Coombs' Ercatcsl serins Kuockoul, Arthur. X. lipliara. was rUchcd on the Polo; five rounds. Ciroumls In the tiifrd (-anie of tho Dllly McCarthy, IQ nine 1911 soriea. iiatlicwson led, 1 lo 0, One or Uie grandest old scrappers of Hie ages ivas laid away the other day when Itobcrt FUzsiiumo'us, better) to three easy victories, Known as "lUiby. Dob was laid It-lies scored 2S runs rounds. Jim Hull, four rounds. Jack Dempsay, J3 rounds. Bougie, two rounds. Illut-k four rounds. JnmcA Farrell. two rounds; Joe Godfrey, qnerounsl; CUT THIS OUT AND KEEP FOR PEFERENCE Service Price List O.iltcrlcs Tested ...l.No Charge BMer'as Filled wllh No Charge Tires Inflated ,.ND Charge Chain J Pul On' '.No Chargo Chnlns Rcm6veJ fia Charge Top Raited No Charge Top Lowered No Charge Carb'ufolor' Adjusted Whirl adjustment only required Na Charge IMPORTANT: These arc our regular service, _ (roubles lookod aflcr pvoDijtlly ciTieicnlly 'at a I'cusoiiablr. charge..' Bijou Motor Parlors FIFTH STfiEET SOUTH THE HOU36 OF SERVICE LETHBRlBGE, ALTA.- MAY CUT SEASON DOWN Fourteen Games May Be Cut From Big Leagues' Schedules Chicago, Oct. ga...__ probably will be cul from tho schetl ulo of iWmaJor noiTt year and Hi R season shortened to I'.icludt but Hi) aucording lo Flfje menl mntJc hero toiby hy a prorn'nen hnacbuH man wltnlicM nac of Ills name. I Tho proposed shorlcning of iho sc; be dlr.ciuytd al n mccllns o Iho Millcnal Lfiagne hingnnlcs In New I York nnrl there u saJd lo be belle Ihnn nn oven chaucu for Us Adoption Tlio Leasnn, [3 (IccTurcd will f.illjiv tlio acitan of tho'NaMonal A opening nlny 1 an'l con .Unions' fivo manllia Is proposed im (lie nrw War It Is, fieclnre-l .liavi much li; (to ul'.h rht favorablo altl turtc cvldonced Uin new srhom liiilfl evidenced (dwnrd tho new siibcm.6 by the nvig-nPlcs. ,Dcnn of Windsor, England Jlov. Kllol, who Is In hlg clslily Serena tendered Ills rcslg nalloo. up (o llio nicitli inning, v.-hon (icd Lht- score for Coombs v-'itli a Jack llrcn iron iri the clcvcnlh inning by n score o[ 3 to Coombs iiermlUcil only thTRD hits iu tho eleven liminys. Coombs another mastc-r- piece Ilio nest (inlo he faced Ihe Gi- Jerry Slallcrv, two rounds; Mil-'ants, but injured himself ijiternalJi' lard" Render, one round. Won, f while pulling all bis strcugUi a pitcli. Mack kept Coombs in despite Peter Mahcr, 12 rounris. Knockout, Jim Hall, 4 rounds; Hill 3Iayo, two rounds; Jaclc Warner, one round; Jack Hick- ley, throu ruuads. Joe Choyluslil, a.rounfla; knockout, Frank'. Kcrinr, two knotkout. Dan Crecilan, two rounds, Al AHisli, 3 rounds. 1'etcr ono round; no decision, Peier Ma- hit- better juflgmenl, and the Giants ivcre able lo lie the score on Jack in Ibe ninth inning. Strung ran for Coombs after he opened tlic tonlh in- ning wHIi a sinGle, and Jn {he second hnlf Plank wns salved far New York's winning run. Last year Coombs haS the gootl forlune to ojinofe Mays, tlio only fietl Sos plltner the. Dodgers got [rientlly wii.li. With his team aliead, foul, I 4 to 3, Jack iclt himself.-slirinftiE in Tom Sharkey, eight rounds. the sevonlh after Gardner Mail lilt him S97_KnockQUir J. I. Coruelt, (our- for n homo run, and relinquished his teen Tounrla nost to PrcfTer, vho held the one-run out hy Jim Jeffries, 111 'cad lo the end. That was Brooklyn's _, rounds; Jim knockout, one round. Dalf, knockout, ono round; Ed. UunkorsT, knockout, two rounds; Tom. Sharkey, hnock- out, two .rovintls." out by Jim Jeffries, 3 rounds. Couchlin, niicckcut, on? round; Joo Gr.'tnni, no decision, als. rounds; George Gardner, won, 20 rounds. O'Diien, no decision, six j rounds. out ty Jaclc 12 rounds. Rosa, exhibition, four rounds, out by Jack Johnson, (wo rounds. knockout, one round. out by BIlrLans, 12 rounds. O. Sweney, no decision, six Tourtds. -Tho largcst'nurEc FKzsimmong crcr 'ought for waa on March S, 1S93, in cyr Orleans, wlicn ho defeated J3m fa'll, In four rounds. Piirso Job received only pnrl of thd money. A COLLISION, "Montreal, Del- cars IrteJ-on the Lachlno to Monlrcnl Electric line this Over one bund red people ivero' occupants. Thirty fivo were Injured. If Stalely Dignity Is your choice for s monument we are ready to submit a Variety of designs which arh sure to meet your approbation. We arc equally prepared lo supply a simple headstone and those who know us will testify.as to the pains vys fake to every monument we turn out here the best (n its class. Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone R, NeeuVProp. 8th Sired S. AUTO OWNERS DO YOU USE Miracle Oil It Will 00% MORE POWER 25% MORE MILL AGE It Js Uso 2 fit. for tho (IraL 4 gallons nnil 1 oz. lo E) R.illona of gag there- after, A quart sells for (2.50 nml Is sufClclent (or 100 gallons. Call nnd lei ua tell you about It. WE GUARANTEE OUR RETREADItfQ AND VULCANIZING, CITY VULCANIZING SHOP lone victory. "Babe" Adams Ranks Second Next to Coombs Iho world's series pitcher ifillj the best roconl Adonis, wilh three rlctorJes nnd ho defoals. "Babe" won all his fames in Ihc 1000 Eeries, when this yoyugster's phenomenal work brought about the cnl of tho Detroit Tigers In seven games. Pitchers wtio have won two -.vorld's series games witliout defeat Ed. Walsb. formerly of the Cfci- cngo White Sox; "Dick" Rudalnli and James, of (he Iloslun Braves; anil Ooorec Foster and "Dutch" Leon- ard of the Red Sox, TRY A HERALD WANT AD. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER. C.V.O.. LLD., D.C.L. H.V F.JONES, Asi'iCtn'I Sup'i-j CAPITAL PAID UP, J RESERVE FUND, Tlie Banlc recommends the'use of "its1" safety deposit boxes for the keeping of valuable Our, charges are -mw Lethbridge Branch-- R. T.Brymner, Mgrj, Aroiand Your Car there is nothing more im- portant than the Tires SHULTZ t RITCHIE, 817 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH, If your car la shod "with InfeA [or "ehoes" then tho "Joy Vof Viiotorlnfl" Is killed because noltil fng spoils Ihe pleasure cf drlv> Ino GO much, as cinclant tiro trouble, We carry only standard makes of llres and which have bech proved good by 'ihe ttsl of tlmo and strvlce, Comt In and hive a talk vflth ua about tires, BAALIM MOTOR GO. OF THE CHEVROLET; BACK OF UNION BANK HARRY HOLMAM, ;