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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIS THK DAH.Y UIJRAU) MONDAY, OCTOBER 27, VJrs) UP FATHER" Bv G. McManus MH. M.T- i TO 1 res 'KR.O'Wb-l CAME HERE I TO "bOMC THIMG- lit HtLU THROW HIM iHE WOOLDM'T WITH Mg TtllNq. nnt INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION OF LABOR WILL SIT WASHINGTON. Oct. ad- journed Besstou ol the International federation of trades unions, which IDOL lit AniblenJaru Ust July, will bejhi here Monday anil conttauc several days. M MANAGERS ARE LIKELY JUSTIFIABLE HOMICIOE Llpforc1 tbe judge the1 youns mau iicJ hua? his head. For tie haJ eh a in -t fpltotv tind Icti him colil anil doad. Anu as ihc1 i'jrlst was aboiii. 10 hand the vouch Ills lirae lie >AiJ: "Young fallow. iell me why yru pulled ihis h'jinous Aod as In? heard tLe fcinfll) voice ilie young man raid- ed his head. joe was pednliuz pc-auuts ai the baseball yard.'1 he1 said; The base? all were full uf men. the si core siooil 2 to 2. Atid as Pai Duncan swung liis bai ihis rummy blocked my view." guilty." snid the noble judge. "I sec you free. Ann If you get a change go ami slay a-few for me." Ontario Uranch Amateur Union" Voices Protest al Annual Meeting HOLES.IN-OME Ily Itobert L. Hipley. One ol the nmhillona of every golf- er to nuke n bole in out1 eliol. This leal, which is a. combination of skill and luck-, is altogether uncom- mon. but never fp.ils 10 cause a mild sensation, and in the good old days before prehlbish It usually caused n pleasant I body 'Jt tbc expense golfer. of for cvery- lucky Ecciulrer. TORONTO, Oct. rlie lentln annual meeting of the Ontario bmncli of ihe of C. here un Saturday; v-nishi ibo members placed llier.iselves' on record as deprecating tbvi whole- re In sta lenient of a numbtr jprofesEional hockey by romo of the western provincial branches. The reported actlou ol these branches Rumors 01 chaoses iii the major ague managerial ranks may be dc- imded ;o follow the close of each ;asou just as surely as Autumn fol- tws thf- Summer. Already reports are circulated ubout sis' oE Ihe Ihir- :en pilots who were in charge ol failing to repeal in the pennant race Lhis year. Persons close lo Ihe! popular with tbe St. Louis oirner as Chicago club, iuliiuiilu Lhal a. sbakeuplbe is vitb Ihe Cily fans, nnd may bo looked for, but that il will not I the sluiup of the closing la tbe closing in nUemptmg lo reinstate such profes- sionals Mickey. MacKay, Uarney Milchsll. May Cut Selling's Salary The case of Stallings is a bit difier- ___ ____ lajor leagae clabs when the Ttie boss of the Braves has cat on came to an end. In two in- tances the'ramor was spiked by the igning for 1920 oE the manager who! ras supposed lo be on his way. Occasionally the cltise of Ibe season urnislics Eo positive "evidence ol cb.3nse. in the iC a ball .club, but the campaign just los-erl 'had.' no-such indications. From 'iltsbWgh ojnies-.a .story thai Hugo Jezdelt isr.iD retire or b'e supplanled, he result being ihe same." Yel there i3s Ijceu nothing defioilc on which. in base a. conclusion. 'Uezdek left the day after Uie National League season closed to take up his ffork as too I ball director at Penn. Slate, anil he Las given no inkling as lo his plans (or another season. Barney Dreyfuss has been sounded on the but lie passes it oK with tlie slatemenl thai he does not plan to sign a new manager ualil he can gel one belter than the one now holding down Ihe place. Dreyfuss adds lhat il Is no easy- task to corral a manager. Other Recenl Rumors The. oilier rjanagers whose names have been mentioned in stories rela- ting to changes arc George Stfllllnga of "llic Braves, Frcil of the Cubs and Hugh Jennings of the Tigers, For a time ihc ram or clrcu- rulatei that Miller Hugglns was to he displaced as leader of the Yankees and tbat Wilberl' Ilobinson was lo ag boss OL ihe Brooklyn club to lake charge of the .Yen.- Tork i oE which his old friend Cap Huston Is liajf. owner. Those stories faded .out when Robinson was signed lo direct the Dodgers again in 1920 and Hoggins signed a contract (o boss the Yankees for al least one more year. As for Hugh Jennings being dis- placed at Delroil there ts little likell- liood of any such thing happening 11 been reported Ty Cobb was elated lo fill Ihe position Jennings lias lield for a dozen years, this caused a smile. Cnhb. cat player lhat ever wore a --piked shoo, may get his chance some clay lo show his akill as a manager, but thai TV 111 not come until hla playing pow- ers-have waned considerably, and he still tops (he field liy a wide margin. It Is doubtful lhal Cobb would be i successful manager, even though hi it i, great player. The alory of Mitchell losing oul seems (o have been the result of the __ed work on one conlracl and i called upon Lo sign another at a Brer salary. Siccc his remarkable season in 1914, Slallincs has nol been a big success, .but he was handicap- ped lo a great extent by inability to get players Trho woulfi strensthen. liis! club. During tie last season Stallfncs' has .numtroas 'changes in .the club and may be looked fqr.but as far; as is known ih'erc i.c, DO te'ndcncy oa tbc-part of Lhe owner (o blame Uie (cam's; failure on the manager. Other, leaders who closed the 1319 season anvcenain to hold their places unlesj there should come a change Ju the ownership of the clubs, -and even sach an event would not displace a few ot the veteran pilols. John HcGraw'E place al the head of the Giants can be classed as a certainly. even if Lhe club should be sold, which 13 nol at all probable. As lor Pal Moran at Clncinnall, It might be re- marked that Le can have Ihe Job as long as good litallh Flicks with. him. Win nine the pennant would have been enough lo make Pat solid for years lo come In Cincinnati, uul that series victory makes it simply a casR of'how long Moran cares lo hold the place. A cbangtf oE ownership, about which numerous atones have been wrHten, seems io bo the one IhliiK to bring aho'jt a change in ship ot tho Si. Louis Rational League Club. IJrancli Hfckcy, who manaecd Ihe club in la nrcsidenl of tbe company controllioc ihe and il may be stated that Branch has not lost any confidence in his abilily despile the failure of the leam in ihe campaign just ended. Gravry Cra- raih will direct the Phillies, ns his conlracl calls for another year OT two al Lhe helm, I Cravalh la a failure as a leader he nol had lime lo show .it, ami lie will remain as boss lu ._ weeks of the lasl campaign has lml been charged to any lick or man- agerial ability." Kid Gleason lias little to worry over, even though lits While Soi fail- ed in Ihe big Lesl at Ihe close of iuo season. charge There is no tendency Ihai failure lo lo SLanley and others lo amateur sland' was regarded as ccntrary to too spirt nnj nnderslauding given ihe eastern delegates before the special 'o conlorm wilh all other provincial branches, ii was the expression of i opinion by tho delegates that all alh- letc? m every line o[ amateur ath- letics should lake up registration cards with the branch. The new officers are as follows: President, J. Ward, oi Hamilton: vkfc-presidont, J. Dcgrucby; second In Boston Ei3. Barrow remains j W. H. Smith; secretary, bigli lu favor of Owner Harry Kraiee, anrt will again direci ttie affairs o! ihe Her Soi. K. Trivett; n. Hunt. Tffll HIE ISO ID 32 (Haymakers of Tro.v, Team "of However, we couimon. henest [ers will slanrt cghasl, or perliaps fall prone al ihc- record sliigJo fJiol made by Charles LUtlejohn, Jr., of Hono- lulu, who holed a ysS-yanl drive from (he tee! KLnndine on Ihe eighth tec of the Moinalua links, Hawaii. Mr. LUUejobj] deHvered his Lrcmendous rtrive that ended in Lhe cup 3SS yards Away. One explanation of this ap- parently impossible shot Is the fact Irmt the toe is oa top ol R hill ?.n4 the cup lies Bt the ba.se. This achieve- ment breaks the recorj hcrelotore ac- credited lo A C. Ladd of the Henley- on-Thaincs Golf club, who holed oul ic OOP Phot on a 330-yard hole These are days of sensational scor- ing in golf, it seems, for a week or so ago, at. Ihe Forest Hill Field club of Xew Jersey, George Stuart and Fred Siiellmeyer halved a hole In cue Holing out iu one shol Is some ac- coiuplfshmenl, but coustdcr, if you please, ihis performance of halving a hole In one! Bui iL is honor oi (he stale oE New Jersey, these gentlemen'both holed Lheir sJiols on toe cisbteenth hole. TUousaniis of golfers wbo have been playing all of Iheir lives hare never cvcp sceu a hole made in a single shot; in fad, some one figured out "'lhat the odds against sucli a per- il Was When Napoleon Reach- ed Paris From Elba Jruiinpli and die hajj- piest eve IK of my Nupo- leon, an on SL. H plena's linrron locks, described his arrival in Purls nfier his bantehnieul lo Klba. It was on Mnrch 18, ISIS, that ihs Corsi- ca n, nt Hit- hivid of a great army ivhich had flockeil to his stun tin rd, nrrlvnd in tlio vtciully of Paris and Kazcrt willi eager eyes upon ike city where hu hnd ruled as master. Ijouis XVIII now sat upon the throne and tht: cro.wn. but Ihe luul HO Inclinsilioii io dispute the- sway of Xapolcon. As the emperor apyronctiod Hie capilal Ihe king called a review of the garrison of Paris. Only a few of the royal gjinnls answered Lhe royal suminons'on Lhe followinK day, and they were drawn oTf ihe Hcauvais. On Ihe n If hi of March 19 mon- arch with his household left the Tuilerieg and drove ;o IJeauvaiF, irnerc, guarded by his lllllc company) jof loyal soldiers, he look post lo Lisle! and fled across the border of, Flanders i lo Ghent. I Napoleon, now masler of all he surveyed, rested for a tiny nl Fon- tainobleu, and on llic LwenlielSi pro- ceeded to Paris. It was in HID ovcu-, ins thai Ire rodo in trutninh through j llic cily bo had conquered purely by the -force oC personality, without slrikiiiR :i blow. If them were any royallsls left in Llic capital ihey TC- Jji the hachsmund. and (be Creal of the people, hundreds of thousands: In number, greeted .Ihc consider Alei Smith, ihc well-known iking, the professional and former champion, j deafening who nas eleven holes in one to h'.si: aloft on I Purchase of Franchise by Ihe I "Home Talent" Syndicnlc is Denied by Frazec Country- Boys, Made Stningc Record in Old Days for some time to come. Fixtures in American League IntheAelmircan In the American League Mack anil Clark GriKUh, leaders o! Iho two clubs which trailed the field, arc in np danger. Each ia a Ing stock- holder, and neither has any idea of .the reins. Tri? Speaker, stockholder, ia Mire to ived an ofier voted i es A- (JaHivan. jments. There are one o[ two teams, such as Ihe Cincinsli lied Blockings and tbe Forest City club of ttocfcford, 111., which have been given more prominence in baseball history, but Ihu Haymakers of Troy surely Ecsscd many unique qualities which warrant n special chanler being de- to them and toeir accomplish When (ho Haymakers were NEW YORK. Oct. Harry If- Frazee of Ilie Boslon Amer- ican loagnc club bas denied that ho was considering the sale of the club to a 13o3lon syndicate. "I have never received from Congressman Jam1 _____ _....._ who is a close friend of I organized in the lale sisllca many of said Frazep. "nnd not nc-lthc players actually were country boys, while tbe remainder earned Iheir living working at I heir Iradcs in Troy anil Lansingburg. To dial this particular section had 1 no fume as an athletic ccu- >ut Troy soon became known llic length and gollaling for Ilia sale ot the club any one." Seek Red Sox Franchise Mass.. Oct. hall club hy a local syndicate If successful, would elect man James A. Gallivan as prcsitlcnl of the club, has b'jen proposed to Presi- dent Harry II. Frazee. ihc present principal owner, ileprcsetitallvc Galli- van announced. Make Boslon Men Owners WASHINGTON. Oct. scntalivc Gallh.m of of Uie i-QHiKry hecause cf Ihc sue- ceases achieved by its "team against Ihc clubs of liie large cit'.cs. The Jlaymukers were an out growth of Ihe L'niona, who firsi p.'aycd on (he hansJnghurg "Green-' That, team originally camo logelhor in IS46. p emperor uproarious chfeprs: When Ihc carriage bearing Napol- eon reached ilie gatus of Uie Tit i] .crraance was to 1, but then. so lately vacated by Iho Ilourbon emperor was hailed wllh g shouts of Joy and, borne __ _ Ibe shoulders of credit. There is Mike Brady who j was carried up Ihc stairs nnd inlo HID accomplished tbe Irick nine limes1, ircccpllon Iiall of the palycc. There Tlie fact is becoming more frequent he was greeted by the ladies of ihe every day. Years ago It was un un-. imperial court and by-a innlliluilG of ijelieveable happening, but now, admirers. There liltlc sleep Lbc ever increasing boats of golfers j ror lhal night. Ills peacc- and the. lively modern balls which, truimph was'more pleasing to him mflke it easier to reach the sreen wilh lhan any of nis won by the the Lee shot, it is losing sonic ot Us and happiness wns appnr- l enl lo all. I On tbc foVlowing day Napoleon set v v v v about the business of rcoreanizjnjj v government, k was soon madi SPORT NOTES -V plain to him lhal while Ihe people welcomed the man, Ihey had Uttlc cn- f. f. s. o thusiasm for Ihe emperor, and Lhat McGilL university will erect n. new hockey rink next winter. AVeyuuru will have a new hcckcy rlnk this winter, and will likely en- ter a team in Iho senior hockey ka- EUCS. would not namo Tloslon fricnrls piaj- ,no Connie he were SDcking to purtbaac the thr giving up while not stick at Cleveland, aa ihe rlu'n did fine vrork under his le.vlers.hip late in tbo 191D season. Jimmy Durks Is ns lioslon Amcrlran I baseball cluh. Tailoring, Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing We Also Clean White Furs, Gloves of All Kinds and Floor Carpels HIGH CLA93 WORK AT LOWEST PRICES, REGULAR EVERY 10% die t Suit preusd presitd only, from... .7) 3-placo Suit preiied only.. iponflo cleaned and Suit sponge from 1.00 and ___ French Dry Cleaned, frorn i i 1 50 4-pfece Suit spo-ge Preised only, frsm.- .30 nd pressed French Dry Cleaned.. t.SO Fretted Only sponge cleaned and pressed from .55 Skirl French Dry Cleaned, panti iponge cleaned .73 prtMcd M French Dry Cleaned .63 Pretitd Only Repairing Chargo Extra Delivery Free Ovarcoat Cleaned and Prewerf from 1770 LEE 402 13th 3TREET ALTA. frleiuls of mine, who hy the way, are nol In he .said, nF5fced Harry Frazce for his price on the Sox Fomt- time ago. They did nol meet his price, hut made ;in offer. If Ilicy lio-u-.jlil the club I waa lo be olectt-rl president." Gallivan acldc-tl lhat all ol the pro- bpcctlvc jiurcliaser.s lived in lirjston and that Ihf; plan wa.i to make 'home (iilent" ownci-s tjf Ilic club. Just the thing for warm weather when there's cold water nvaiLablc. Ai KOCH Vilh cold locally during ihc tic fall went to Xew Ailanlica, Mutuals iree of Ihc teania In the country al thai period. Concerning this irip Treasurer Spot- ten l i related were K-alcn hy tno but nston'nhcil ovt-ry one by defeat- ing the Mutunls. ylaycfl Al- laniics on In llrooftlyn. nnO -vert taken there in a uoach ilio youthful stow- away 3 running alongside and fol- Herb Gardner, Ihc well-known Calgarj hockey iilaj'er, will not bo In (lit game -winter. Uc is working at the C.P.It, oil .the civil engineering dcparlmcut. Cravaln, manager ol tbc Nationals, ia trying to 5lgn up Dill Perllea, of the Angeles team o( Llic Pacific Coasl league, antl Jack Dfcrghammcr, RCC- of trie St. I'aul loam of Ihc American .Association. Ted "Kid" Lewis Is trying lo get another bout with Jack nrillou. (owing Tin: Muluala camfl lo for a return games The BroTinrla WLTC by picket ?o IhcTt- wag no f'hiirgc for a '1 minion. -The Mutual s rn.ult! nino nms in (he innfnp, ivhile Ihc Haymaker made none, ami every one lo wonder how we heat ihtin in Nfi'y Vork. There n decide el turn in the fnnlng. hoivcror, u-hcn Mir Haymakers tied Iho nnd from that p thi ontl we n-it baucil and LIVERY We Meet AH Tralni. Hoipital C.llj. Phones: Rates OD Country Trip! SPENCE BROS. AKi. OTT AUTO LIVERY Special Serrice oil Country Trips, Phones 757 Reildenca 1210 RETREADING DONE BY EXPERTS Get your Next Relrrad Dont ay Us. SECTIONAL AND BROKEN BEADS OUR SPECIALTY We arc specialists in iring Lelhbriiige Vulcaniziog Works 712 Third Avenue Sn-jlh PHONE 1664 Character what build into overy (Ire retread or repair. Class quality and durability aro llio objects oC cur hljbesl en- deavor. The mailer of giTlng is our chlel concern. We appreciate a man aa much ai ivo do his business. Ritchie's Vulcanizing OPPOSITE ELLISON MILLS republican principles inusl prevail, flls of men lor his cabinet proved thai he fully realized lhat Lho empire belonged lo Ihe dead past, and that n. new regime must be Inaug- urated if aucctsa was lo crown his cfforls. Marshal made minis- ter of war, minister of foreign affairs, and Benjamin Con- stant, Carnot and com- prised the council of Hlale. Th rough- cm France there was a rctiirn to lib cml principles, savt In tho the Iloyallsls were alill power- ful and foslcrctl several popular up- risings. v Napolcon'fl coup arousetl con slenialion throughout remainder of Europe. The allied princes assem at Vienna, engaged In dlvJJlns Kuropo up lo suit iTifcir pleasure ant tnlcrcats, immediately tleclarei] war on Napoleon, and branded liim outlaw, to be buntcrl down like a wilil heasl. The troops of Iho powers had not been dismissed, smr armed and trained men wtre (it Ihcir command to hurl against enemy of Kurope." ICvcrell Scotl, shortstop of '.he Roa- ton Red Sox, wants lo he traded lo tht Cleveland Indians. Cliff Ilobinson, a Canadian Jockey, rode 27 winners at Hie raccj Xnpoleon sent envoy a lo Anatrin mcels, I but they were nut received, lie sen missarics 16 rescue Ihc empress an Coach Al. flharpo, llio Vale nni- versity, has been criticized for mak- ing bis nitjlij." practice too Many oT Ihc alars have been Injured in the practices and have nut hflcn able to play In Ihc big games. Ilciniu Groh, third liaKemrtn aix'l captaiii of the Cincinnati Itcilf, cham- pions of Iho world, thinks lliat- halsinan should lie aHowttl lo o Hal bat agalns'i (he ahlnn hall or oilier our opponents. Thn. final score was jaoinelMng Ilk'; lo 'iZ in our fa- iVnr. The t imposing ihe town's .leailhiB socliil ha-1 [vrranged to Boding IcRallzcd In' New Jcmey ii siipprr lo tht teams, bat Ihe rcturnctl ut ntlen'I." i GERMANS ON EQUAL FOOTING i PAIUK. Oft IK In labor circles that tht Orman faii'l Auslrirm to tbe Wash- ilngton conference, will tc on an. rooting uitli ilioac of other J (.ciunlrlcH- Djspatchcri be- jtwcen Inn French general labor autl tho International .lynOlcal- iisl hi ire an read at a racclInK of (he Itxeftiitive otiiniiiUtco of the federation I'onlghL wore clear re' neat bonus lo Ihc stale lor (Is first 1 ytar. Tho. stalo boxln? comntiHalon ulilch conlrol.s Uie sport, turned over net receipts free nnd cloar of all expanses, for ntlctl Kcpltmhcr 35. tho flfical year CAN'T INCREASE LONDON STREET FARES :he kinp of Home from Vienna, bu Louise refiiscfl lo return lo he insband. Ho lo roncillal Kngtnnd by a irecrco abolialilug Hi trade; hiit )l had no effect Itussia, I'rusEia, AiiKlrla and Groat Urllnln unilcrl thrrlr forces antl en- Icrcd into hn fllmilnr lo AUTO OWNERS We markc Storm CurLaina wllli Klnss-llehU, ?nd cov- cre. Everylh'ma for the--Auto Topi THE LETH- BRIDGE AUTO TOP DEPOT Dili Street XciL (o HOTSH orrlce G. T. BLUNT, PROP, The Mechanical Garage Used cars bought and sold. General Repairing Corner 4th Avenue and 3rd SL Coay Roller Rink. Phone 1190 l K-W, Service Station Service Station for the famous K.-AV Magnetos. All maVca of maEnelo5, gcneralora, coils re- paired. Fnll stock of repair parts car- ried. All work guaranteed. MAGNETS RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co. 51B llh Avenue South PHONE 735 lhat botinrl tho nlJins rfuring" Ibe war JuEt ended, RllpulallnR thai no nation plmuld agree lo peace until Napoleon hart liccn tlestroycd. And no paacc, waa inailn until ho IVBS des- troyed, nl LONDON, Ont., Oct. Kftl- conbrldfio Ihia nltcrnoon quanhcd tho bylaw- recently passed city council grnntlng Ihe Blrcet railway company Ihc rlfhl lo fncrensc HUSBAND HAS WIFE ARRESTED HT. CA'MJAUINES, Onl., Ocl. Mllclrcil Athotl. wife of Ab- holt, was arrtstcd morning at HIP insllgiidoti of lier on :i of forgery, H alleged llml Abbott had forced her hnahnnrt's namo lei in lliu ninounl of hM nc- coanl In the FJnnk of N'ova Scolln horr, J237. and lud cnshtrl (licni, unknown lo him. Thf! discovery came when he bought a horse mid gave his cheque in pnymcnt for H. Tlin clique h-.is rc- turn'etl lo llio scllnr of the horpp. mark- ed "nof auffirlonl fimdB." WELDING Car Repairing ASENTS FOR GRAY DORT CARS RUMELY ENGINES Tiie LaM Welding COMPANY 2nd Ave., opp. LelhbridQC Phont HAVE YOUR RADIATOR RE-CORED Tcforo the Jiuth, tr ANDY THE RADIATOn MAN 418 Flflh SI, ;