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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SIX THK LETHBUIUGE, DAILY IlKIULD WKDXl-SIUY, SEPTEMBER 10, 191't UP FATHER" By G. McManus TO KNOW IF COULO I I'D UKff TO V S 1T- IN LIVERY We Meet All Hospital Cain. Phones 428, 369, 1556 Special I lilies Country Trips SPENCE BROS. All.. 3oulton's Auto Livery WE MAKE TRAIN CALLS Office Phone............ 1205 Night Phono 13S6 and IM3 The Sport Page American League Magnates Are Having Troubles Galore Harry Frazee and Col. Huston Train Their Guns on Clark Griffith, Who is Supporting Ban Johnson .NE1V YORK. Grif- fith, manager and part owner ol ibe lias routed 'the ire of the revolutionists ol ihe American league. Harry Krazee, pres- ident of tbo lied Soi, and T. U. Huston, half owner of the Yankees, have trained their SUDS on ;he "old fox." recently broke into prinr ed (tie orders ot the var department. After reading the statement in the press it was decided by Mr. Comiskey. Mr Griffith and myself that I should glre a. siatement (o the press wbicb bad discussed. "I issued ihe statement to Ihe As- sociated In the presence of Mr. CrifUih and live reputable newspaper .men, in reference lo .Mr. Johusou. a statement defending Ban John- which Mr. Griffith supported. When son and declaring (lie request ot the I asked by the newspaper men present. board r-f directors ot the American whether ihese were his TICKS as well for an accounting of Lhc league fends vas an insult lo Johnson. Frazee rebuked'Griffith'for ating an interricw gitcn out by Com- Iskcy, Frazee nad Griffith in Cleveland In August. 1915, in which Griffith join- ed wltii the oLliers _in strongly criii- Johnson. FYAz.ce speaks ot an unauthorized loan of made bv Joluiton in behalf of ihe American league lo the Washington cluh, and in- tinialtd that thai is Thy GrUnth'ia how a Jolinsoa Booster. Trouble Over Lavan Case L HUE ton confined his attach on Grif- fith for permitting "LaTan lo force his LrabErer lo the Si. Ixiuis Nationals last spring, a more col much differed .frem the transfer of Mays from Boston to Xe-r Yorii. Frazec's staleniEUT To Hows: "f am not surprised at Clarke Griffith supporting Ban Johnson in, his un- warranted and unusual action in the Mays rase because I hare bad siame prcTlous experience wiih Mr. Griffith Mr. Johnson was concerned. Since ho has seen fit to enter the con- troversy in this way I will relate some "Afler the American league owners had decided at a meeting in Cleveland as mine, he replied 'Yes, and if you to, as far as I am concerned, TOU can rnatce It as strong as you like Later Griffith denied having badvauy connection- with the statement "and would not stand sponsor for same In Is certainly through.' aav way. Loan to Griffith "In ihe 191S rioter mectlDE oE the American league, held in Chicago, iir. Minor and Mr. Griffiih of the Washing- ton club appeared1 before ihe meeting and requested a loan of from They explained thai there tbo ul Lin-Jilier school Ijvau reported to the Washington club! u ilu- nocil two- Cleveland and declared iliac he would not play j gril6ol3 ilt 'of owr. Ueiroit baseball ill all ]f he could not ulay HI trow-ded sinslf room Si. Louis, where he had SJDIP sorl o broushl homc ,0 lhp Jclloo, si. Louis medical rwctico. lie positively rclMsetl o( our rurjl b0ul soaioiis. TO continue to pldy wiit ashman.: in n number of our i-ouu- Griifiiu uipL-Iiiiin? iiEiiiT iiojtry districts we have huil ono teacher j Philadelphia did not. He comniiiniciueil ivhh i In The Major Leagues AMERICAN Chk-.lgo Won. SC 71 71 C3 CO 47 3D Lost. 41 ivr. .015 owner? all over the leasuo requesilnfd anrt pupilg 'and ,Ws lhat ihey ivaivo thai he could place Through a. feeling or good feltoivsni'i und desiring to help Griffith out of his dilemna the various clubs waived claim and Griffith sold the player to the St. Lcuis National league club Tor Similar to Mays Cats "Griffith neither inflicted nor _........... IP-I ___ ___ Athletic Recruits Win lo Lavuu soj sulo of emphatically does j PHILADELPHIA, Sent. hini elseivnore. nol (cuj towPTlls particu- j delphia irith six recruit players de- larly m our now Knglish rtismcls. Numerous applications arc ccininj in teithe Department of Kducinion tor j Detroit HIP financial aid promised by iho gov- Philadelphia ernmrnt In districts wliers a sccoml room was established. This help con- sisLcd ol a doubl-u given lo ihe i second teacher employed. and grant NATIONAL York P'Usliurj; Drooklvn Uoston St. nu 50 Lost. 40 .fiSi .MS .375 R DeiroiL lodav. 4 to Ji. H. 13 4 S 2 Ayres, Leonard and Ainsmith; Ziiin and Perkins. Trim Walter EVEREADY SERVICE STATION ALL MAKES OF BATTERIES CHARGED AND REPAIRED All Work A Written Guarantee for A Tear and a Hill MBIT Du- (erics. J. D. THOMPSON 718 3rd Ave. S. vocatcd nor naked for any punishment i or given towards tlie of Lavan Tor breach ol the second room, providing it bo a similar case lo that of Mays.! furnished in a manner approved by Moicover. President Ban JohnEOn in-jjhe department which insisls tliat flictcd no punishment on Lavan, bul.lincso roomi bo equiuped wiih remov- on the olhcr land, sanctioned the deal.I aoie E0 they may be used as an "As to Connie Mack's expressed sup- auditorium or sor'ia! cc'ntre for Ino dis- port of Johnson, added Col. huslon, trict to Mr. troaliles with a (ailcnd club. Connie's Idea pi discipline Is well evi- denced in the Scott Perry case." RUTH MAY BE HERO OF MOVIES ihe l were several matters Lo be cleaned up in iha bink. a notes lo be up, etc. Tlie league agreed to loan tbem ibis monejr (or the purposes stated, la view o! the bard times, prcrided the Washington board cC directors and all officials Tould indi- vidually endorse the uote. endorsement was never made but in spite, ot this fact Baa wrote them out ihe check for Later, I understand, he renewed ii without any butborify. Immedialely. or TFithiu an hour or so. after Mr. Grif- fith received this he made an announcement that Ihe clal) had purchased players livan and Thero lias been some opposUion lo ihis plan of tivo-raomen scliocli on ihe frrounris that they interfere ViUb. tslabUsliiug of consolidated school districts, but it tnU bo readily teen that there is no danger of n clash between these types of schools as each is established lo meet entirely different conditions. idaicd schools aro formed to concen- trate the nnplts in districts where the attendance is very small, while two- roomed schools became necessary tvhen one room will uotJicconimodBtc all the children in une.distjicl.. From the stand poinf'of the isolated teacher "these two-roomed he moving picture people arc after; schools are bound (o be very popular. rather strong. If he had gut into" the world's series again the intention was lo build a hero film around the big boy. As it is, there are several scenarios wailing for bint. But he has not signed any agreement He Is a Chances of a. city sorics bct-woen .he Red Sox anil lie Braves in Ocloler arc good. URbc Iluth, wllh the of big money beckoning to him In tho early fall, is (he cnly one of the Red Eox not definitely committed as in iavor of a city series, and it goes with- out saying that the Unrres are keen to show what th'ey can'do1 agaihst'ths American Ruth says good business man and is waiting to EM "what looks the best." MMM ___________ 0 _________ in August, 191S, to close ibe American Shollea ior yiMuc. such information league season OB Senl. 2, .Air. Johnson gave nut- an interview in the Cleveland papers which he intended as a rebuke to.our aclSon la not upholding him. In (his he said he vould not be held responsible for ibe clob action in going contrary lo what ho cooslder- printed in the daily papers NaturaJlj1 he said nothing at that time atout borrowed for pressing needs of ihe club. "NiHr, as to Mr, Ghfiilh'a Idea o[ added Col. Huston, "at the beginning of the 1913 season Player Information ior Auto Travellers Some Places lo Stay and lo Get Supplies loi1 Your Auto. Holel Feraie TV Wrn. Wyatl, Manager Tne Commercial Mau's Home Rales 13.00 aort Up per Car. Feroie, Ilrltlsli Columbia Rooms With Balb in Conr.c-elioo, Seveo Flrsl-ClaEs Sample Itooms. llol and Cold WaUr and Telephone ia Every.Room. King Edward Hotel Plncher Alia. BUJ All Trains. Steam Heated Throughout Special Attfentton Glveu lo Conv merclzl and Transient Trade. O. B. Slplc, Prop. King Edward Hotel Auto Qua and Lint Auto Livery in Connection. Family Cars to Walertca Lakes. Chas. M. Collins, Prsp. PINCHER CREEK MEDICINE HAT Follow the fled Trail from T.eth- Blue Trail (rom Cal- gary, (he Black Trail from Mon- nil lead to the DO I; ofitcial hotel in f.he HOTEL CECIL BAN SITS TIGHT 'AT FIRST HEARING Rellaw Motor Company Service Station for Dodge, Over- land Cars, and Traffic Trucks. Accessories, Gas, Oils and b.illerlca Repaired and Prompt Service, Day, Night ani Sundays. Filling Station Service in Barons Kreo Air and Water. JJeal Lines of Tires, Oils ami Expert Tire Service "HANSEN'3 AUTO FILLING STATION, BARONS Phone 47 "On the Corner" OIL AND ACCESSORIES Mobile Oils, Polarinc, Gasoline. Dominies and Other Good Tirea. Prompl Satisfactory Service at All Times. MILK HIVER HARDWARE CO. F. J. Coatts, Proprietor Mllft River, AUa. ALTAMONT GARAGE Hallery Morvlce, Vulcanizing. IK- rjltlon arrtl General Hcpairg, Service lo Tourists at the line. Hold Maps of Montana. Cencral IntormaUor Customs Office door, atop In anil EEC us. (Jet enough Albert.-, air lo spend you on your way. Roberts and Daker, proprietors COUTT3, ALBERTA BELLEVUE NOTES Own SepL SHU the Born to 51 r. and Mrs. Goo. Christie, a daughter, on Tuesday; "also to Mr. and Mrs. Cosstick on Thurs day a riaugater. Mrs. William Brooter [rom Toronto. arrived in camp on Sunday anil Joined her ousband who has been bero for quile a while. The flower s Bclleyue on Monday last were tho best ever held in Ihe camp, In fact the best in the CTOW for a long ilrac. ?CEW to ascertain ruStuEr Ban Johnson, president of the American league, knew whether Pitcher Mays had been traded by the Boston club lo Nerw York whe'n he ordered hi? suspension as "dlsclpllii- action" failed at Thursday's hear- Z before Irial of the New York club's EUlt against Johnson for dam- ages alleged lo.have been suffered because or the Mays order The'hearing began after a number ol postponements before J. G. Cilles- Jie, referee, and wlil be continued on September ll, to which date adjourn-j into politics al ihe Novi ment was taken. Colonel Jacob Rup-1 tfon.s. It will flp.vote its" pert and 'Coloiiel Huston, ol the Xev York clubj attended-the hearing. Control of the American league Is said to depend upon Iho result of Johnson's [rial, ami the hearing Thursday was regarded as the open- ing fj'un In the fighl (or supremacy between club owners and Johnson, who testified Ihal he had been heart of the league-Cor 18 years. Efforts lo Introduce the examina- tion of the Cleveland baseball club, of which Johnson la a stockholder, met with successful opposition. John- son testified that the .Cleveland club wiis capitalized at and' now- had n bonded Indebtedness of 100.000, aad '.sports field in BOOZE INTERESTS GET BUSY Plan to Enter Politics at November Elections. YOHK, Sept. lion Opposed to National I'rohiblUon lor.lghi announced lhai.il -would go ember elcc attention-to Ihc election of anil pro hibUionihls governors and mem berg of stale legislatures, explaining in s statement that "legislatures may he called upon lo consider enforce- ment measures and governors lo sign W.-VSIIIXGTO.N. Sept. 9-James had he better of Johnson io a yitchcrs1 battle today and Chicago took tho rst game of tbc series from Wash- nglon. 2 to 0. U. II. K. Chicago............. 1 (i o 0 5 0 James anil S chalk; Johnson and Ag- icw, Gharrity. St. postnoneiK rnin. Cleveland-New Torft. postponed rain. Leaders Set Back CINCIXN'ATI, Sept. Smith hell the league leaders to two pinglii3 today anil PhilaUcljihiii won, -2 to 0. n. H. H. i PliihulclplLta......... Cinclminif i> Pitlsburg Gets Two j Sept. defeated in liolh gamns of u tloiible lirader G to 3, and 0 TO First R. "H. 13. j Ilosum.............. 7 0 i Pittsburg C in 4 j McQuillan. Scott nnd Gowdy, Wil- son; Carlson and Schmidt. Second H. H- K. noslmi 1 C 7 PittsburR.......-.-... r> 10 2 Koaling and Gowtly. Ail- airjs and Schrrtidt. PACIFIC COAST RETREADING DONE BY Get your Next netrrad Dona By Us. SECTIONAL AND BROKEN BEADS OUR SPECIALTY arc specialist in Vulcan Wafers. Ynlcinizinj Works 712 Third Avr.nue Soulh PHONE 1664 .05 Angolcs.............. Portland................. Second game Los Angeles 'ortlanii................ First Scatlle................... Sacramento............. Second Scalllo.................. Sacramento............. Sau Francisco Sail Lake Vernon-Oaklnnd, postponed; railed, lo arrive. Broke Even CHICAGO. Sept- S.-Clilraso and Xcvv York broVe even In n double header today. Chicago ihe H. jfinl gnine, 4 1p I. yiA losing tlie 1 to 0. Klacfc spralncil liis aukle in the firsl came. Ho be unable lo (or sonic time. 11. 0 10 n. ____ 3 i n. 4 c learns 5 I .New York It. 1 I- Martin WINNIPEG READY FOR PRINCE WfNNfPEG, Sept. is in readiness at tlie city liall tor the official civic welcome to tho Prince oE Wales. The platform was almost fin- ished at noon, the electrical lighting arrangements were complete, flags and bunling were there In profusion l the arrange me nLs for the open- ing ol Winnipcis's scheme sed testa. Chicago Pubuc. llaniEs anil Vauglin and Killcfer. .Second New York........... Chicago............. Xehf and Snyrter; Daley. I Bunched Hits ST. LOUIS, Rent, hiLe coupled with two errors Ihe first inning gave St. Louis enoush runs lo j tJeical Brooklyu today. to 3. i H, E. Brooklyn............ 3 C 2 St. Ixjuis............. 4 1 Smith and Krcugcr; Doah, Shurdell an'ri Clemons. EATERS WILL BE WITHOUT COPS cvcnfng roll call, 5.45 p.m., city faced the prospect of1 or veto thorn." It was announced that rjneslEon- BOSTON'. Mass., Stpl. only TC d'sscniing- votes, the Uoslon po kemeri'a union voted lo walk out at and inc. nightfall coming on with only a partly recruit- ed emergency forco available Ivr pro- lection. Rtcause ol this, Governor C'ooltdge and Mayor Pclera considered the advisability ol calling out Hie slatn fiiianl. and II wns saW this action probably would be lakcn during the day. naires would he mailed' to aspirants for legislative oIJice> in slates. Ques- tions fnrludfd are whether Hit date was a member of h legislature j which voted to rarity the 18Hi amend-' II. H. E. 1 7 It A 10 'If GASOLINE OILS AND GREASE FREE AIR TIRE AND TUBE REPAIRS Ritchie'i Vulcanizing Oppcsile Ellison-Mllli INTERNATIONAL Toronlo...... Dllffaio......... Krcl Itcadmg Jersey Clly Second Game- Reading Jersey Cily L ROOSA TRANSFER Furniture and Baggage of All Klr.di. We id] Wood, C.O.D. Bagyage and Night Service to all parts of the City. Office, 922 2nd Ave. 3. Phone 1869 Rochester Xewark lUHiDioru U.S. SOCCER TEAM DEFEATED IN SWEDEN STOCKHOLM, Sepl. Uctb- iohcm KLccl foolliall team vaa dclcaloil lit Gotlicblirff ye'alenlay by a score of lo cr he ciplc fiiul If so, he "voted, whclh-l Is in ?yiniialhy with the nriu- Ihe amcndmcnL, "irresptPtivc of llic views ot tils con- In ihe spring of Iflld, he salrl, when slituenls" an'l wliulrer Tavern nn- Hie clnb iras taken 'over from five: lional which-will prevcni j baiikf-T-s In Cleveland, the rlub sale and of tobacco lit Ihe league johnaon IIP, country. a I (bat time, pul up ca-iTi I ami got in stork from the ALLENBY TALKS OM club :mil a like amount of James SYRIAN CONDITIONS! Uumi's stock. He added tlniL he now! J'ARIS, Marshal Al- .oldd ClfrFclani! cluh 5lot-k, [Ipnby, UIH alljcd forrt-.s in Asia Minor, (nlkerl nn rondKlou? In E ATE 3 TIRES BEOISTERIO.. U.S.PAT.OFF. CwwwttMd Punctwa Proof TIRE SERVICE COMPANY SECOND OPPOSITE FIRE HALL HEWITSON QUITS TOHON'TO, Sept. Ilnwil- son. f.ecrelary of the Ontario flus'jy P'oolhall Union, hai tendered his Ignalion to the cxorullvr. Mr. lleMt- Ron staler! that Ihere was not enough harmony among the clubs HnO Eincl that he refused to he the centre of these naver-coa.ilng con- flicts. ff HAT IN BALI. FINALS Syria in an Interview given a! Mar-, illef; on his arrival tlicro yesterday. tlral ti" lias been In agrfte- i ment on all I ith llic rcpreson- j Mcrllcinc Hal giiAlified for the finals of the provincial base- ball championship by winning all lour games from Cardston. They played a double-header at f.'nrdalon last -Frldaj- anrl won 223 and 10-2. Medicine Hat wJll now play ofl wllh the win- v ner of (he K'fmonton Vct3-f'al- gary llnrsllers HrrlCF. t laliiT ot Franm in Syria an-J he Jinll-, ficd Ih? of Kmir SaW at Illenil i rr.cently- Tlif mirshal declared i iho willing ro have the emir re-', i if Ihp, Kroijcli povcnmient rlc- j jrirjpd ir> have him pxiicrJcr) from -Sy- whrrohis b'jh-iylor, the field nur- fhrii rletlartd. r-ouM only lend to ln- duce rti.ionltr Mnrnliiil Allenhy that ho hac] olvcayfi dorfi very hc'3l (o Ihc In'fik of France in MINERS' ARMY GROWS IN SIZK i Va.. Scpl. G.-1 t'ive buntlrnrl miners ivlio lefl Oak! vfGrovo ibla morninc lo march acroan I moipiiia1ns lo Coal Hlver, where j they they mifcnded lo euforcf' unionization In mines, joined al Itaclnc, on the Lltlln Coal river. 6y more men, according lo word received by shorlly noon. jtl the !mc'n 1 Now lake your sig- nal from the Irafic policeman. GRAY-DORT MOTOR CARS Go ahead smoke "ROYAL A smooth satisfying amokethattravelsright to the bottom of the bowl without sling or waste. RUMELY TRACTORS ACETYLENE WELDING The Allen Jack Co., Ltd. 2nd Avf., opp. Ltlhbrldgt Hotel Pfions 1M4 Auto Top Depot jou need your Auto Top ro-coTcrcd or repaired. And up- liolslerlng done. nrid ieo THE LETHBRIDQE AUTO TOP Clb Slrest Next lo Herald Office. G. T. BLUNT, PROP. HAVE YOUR RADIATOR RE-CORED Dcforo Ihe Hush, lir ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 Fifth St. S. The Mechanical Garage Uacd cars bought and sold. General Repairing Cornel1 4lh Avenue and-3rd St. Coiy Roller Rink. Phone 1190 K-W. Service Station Kcrtlto Station for K-W MSBnclos, Full slocX ol narrlcit. Mimotoe of all makes repaired. MAGNETS RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co. 518 4th Avenun South RHONE'73J ;