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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 10, 1920 MB LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD "HYDROPLANE FLYERS AT TORONTO mmm PAGE FIFTEEN YOHK. Sept. 1C.-The eyej of Iho baseball world tov.-ard Abbott's fleld today where Brooklyn aiid Cincinnati clash iu tbe lirst of: the series or three that have an important bearing oa the tome of Iho pennant race iu tin. X. lonal league. Brooklyn, now leading. Ihe league by a comfortable margin, i has. 12 more j-auies to play: -If they' break'even ia these contests they wlfl! Iffiish tbo teasoit with ninety victories 1 01 defeats. Cincinnati to out j Brooklyn under these conditions have to capture 15 of its ]i) games, while New York would have to r win 15 out of 17 games. The exciting for first honors Ju tho American league also held the close attention of fnndom-. The Cleveland has, 17 and c- JUST TO REMIND YOU ____' i The second week, of ihe Herald Footboll Competiliqn closes tomorrow night. Have you sent In your guesses? Het- ter do if now. Tbe more en- tries bigger Iho prize money. Cut out the entry form, make your selection, enclos- ins It with twenty-live cents In fin envelope, anil ilioi> in ihe Herald box. or malt it Friday sure. iVlll; Cricket Season Ends; Puts MINER'S LEADER I BOOTLEGGING SUSPECTED- CONDEMNS MOVE FIND WHIWEY INBOOTt LONDON1, Sept. resting fact most ar- the coal strike is the condemnation of the miners' demand (or a reduction in' coal prices Sept. was some evidence of bootlegging in a liquor case in the provincial court today. Kihvard Ixing. wbo was la Thomas Speitier. one or their own ___ charge of tbe West Hotel in the ab- The miners argue that enough pro sence of tbe proprietor, was charged ills were bs'itig made by tha owners. with having liquor the premises bul officials poini out that only tire} A bottle ot whiskey was finmd in .1 areas showed any prolit and the total I pair of ions rubier boots and these was only eislu million imuuds sleii-1 esiiibils were produced in court. .A i fine of ?40l) and costs was imposed. LONDON, Sept. (Canadian As- soclated A a brilliant cricket with Abovo are shown tlie mlle-a-ralnute boats starting over the course off the Canadian National Exhibition sea- j Largest .inilu'slrial eating, place iu .Iho of feeding 3.100 jier- at one tinic. is operated at 'tlie 'jpliiut at Piiisbttrg. Say Designer interfered Too Much Vanishes Prompt-Permaxent-Reltel CARTERS LITTLE LIVER FILLS never fail. Purely v'ege- surely but gently oa tbt liver. Stop alter dinner dis rtct indiges- tion; improve .the complexion the eyes. The Joy-Of-A Perfect Skin 'Know iht Joy' end o one Uiru possessing a .-sliin .of purity, and bciuly. ;Thi sofr, dis- uished appearance it 'closing event which emlcjcl in a draw. Middlesex made 31S and iSi for tottr wickets anil the rest of Enytanti declared at COS for five wickets, llobbs, for the rest of "scored 215. Ileudren for Middlesex, heads the batting averages for uii. tirst-elass matches wilh.51.AG per-innings. Hobbs conies second with 65.89. R. Hods of Yorkshire, has Ihe .-'jest' bowling Qg- i iwifkeL m 13'16 of Shamrock Resent Crif- ieism of Their Seamanship SOUTHAMPTON, Mr. I Nicholson, the designer of Shamrock I IV., arrived in England, he placed the' seamanship of tho flesolutes' I captain and crew among the reasons' for Iho uhallcngor'a failure to lift the America's cup. Members of Ihe Shamrock's crew who have returned to England, 're- sent the slur which they consider .Mr. Nicholson has upon their ef- ficiency as yachtsmen anil declare that the Shamrock's faulty Imndllnj; largely due to'the interference of Mr. Nicholson. Arthur Diaper, one of tbe crew, saH in an Interview with the Associated Tress correspondent It was a case of too 7iiauy cooks and he pointed lo tlie Tact 'that1 on the only occasiiiii Cap- lain Diirtoti was free from interrup- tion and advice the Shamrock won. Diaper said all of the crew felt con- vinced that had a professional; skip- per been in full command Shamrock would have won the first-three .races. Il.e .claimed, that .Bite could point as into the winiKas the Resolute, bill the latter was .superior in reach- t SCOTTISH LEAGUE -FOOTBALL RESULTS TODAY'S RESULTS LONDON, Sept. 16.- As- sociated Press) TT Scottish league games played today resulted as fol- lows: Ayr 3; Dumbarton 0. -Midlothian .2; Clydebank 1. TORONTO, Sept. Uiioflieial j standing of tlie .International league: i t'lnh: Won. Ixist. Pet. TlaHimore.....___ 103 Buffalo' 92 Akron si Reading Jersey City Rochester Syracuse 59 44 33 -iC 55 5.7 S8 SO 103 112 .711 ,C91 .C2G .004 .438 .299 .22S ENDORSE APPEAL ON RAILWAV RATES Rely on Cudcura To Clear Away Skin Troubles CCZEMA SHS Dr. I- CJiase's Olnt- mcnl for Eczema and skin Irritn- II.1IU. It rcllotcs at once RIU! gnirtu- ally heals tlio fikln. triiuiplo tiox Jh-. Uinso's OiiitTiicnt free IE jon montion It's pflper antlaendHc.stimp fortJOsinBc, OX1, ri. nil dealers or Kdmansoc, Bates Co IjmiteiJ. Toront nto. MOOSE Sept. tion was given the jfrovincial govern- ment in the. appeal against, the In- creased freight rates by the tily conn' ell here last night. A. resolution ex- pressing regret at the Increase and also at the attitude ot the government in refusing to grant a stay of tha or- der until an appeal was heard and endorsing tho action of the provincial government in lodging an appeal was 'passed. HEROKN'E OF TRAIL OF '98 TO DAWSON MAY BE CANDIDATE STEWART, Sept. Kate Tlyan.'one of the heroines ot the trail of '98, lo Dawson. is a likely candidate for the legislature for Atllti. It is _said-that.iiis's Ilyan. will contest the riding as a Liberal. The seat was formerly held by. the lafo Frank Mob- ley, who was'Liberal -whip. GAVE HIM A LIFE MEMBERSHIP, MONTHHAly Sept. a mark of apprccintion for the honors'brought to the Montreal; Amateur Athletic As- sociation, b.v ISert .Schneider, Olympic boxing.champion, the .directors, at a meeting last night granted him a life membership In the -winged wheel as- sociation. Constant Headaches EVERY headache lias a and you nhoTiid heed this warning of nature, if you would avoid more serious complaints. A. headache frcquenUy points to the. failure of the kidneys to perform their natural functions. Gin Pills remove both headaches and cause! by re- storing the. kidney action to normal. If you let the cause go unchecked, you may incur years of surTcr- ine, with frequent attacks of bladder trou- r ?i11s Vrial- 'At, ail frco san'P'e to National Drug Co. of Canada. Limited, Toronto, Ont Inc" U.S. Tennis Team Davis Cup Matches SEW YORK. Sept. ilcial announcement of its selections for the United Slales tennis team to participate in the Davis cup matches ia Auckland, N. December, was made laet night by the Untied States Lawn Tennis Association through George T. Adee, former president anil a. member of the Davis cup team com- mittee. Win, T.' Tilrlcn.II, world's sln- gles'chainplon; Wm. Johnston, R. N. Williams II, and Samuel Hardy, cap- lain, comprise tho team. Mr. Adeo tairl that Chas. S. Garjand of was a member :the team in Bnglaria had beeu an- iiuunceu a nletauer-Qi tho challenge BABE RUTH LOST CASE NEW YORK, Sent. Court Justice Guy yesterday denied the application of George H. liulh, better known as "Babe" Ruth, star of the New York American' League baseball team for a permanent injunction on restraining the Educational Film Corporation and others from displaying the moving picture entitled "Babe Iluth, Flow He Makes His Home Runs." Justice Guy cites a recent decision that the KBG of a person's picture as a matter of current news could not be restrained. team through error.' O'DOWD WON Sejik. IC.-Mike O'Dmvil, former middleweight cham Ho-t .o .v. (Ploii.ouHoiscrJ Sailor I'elroity of.Call- He-declared that. Shamrock wan tornla. in an, elght-rouhrl bout here very awkward to handle, and her can- tonight vas was ahoiit'three" limes heavy] .___________ iba.t ot the llesolule. The hailiards were arranged in such a manner '.hat lite work of tho men was made ex- tremely difficult. What could be done by teft men on the 23-meter Shamrock required 30 to uo on'Shamrock IV. On ona'occasion in setting the "main- sail they had 36 men on the halliards and could not move the sail. said Diupbr, "1-have never before seen such heavy canvas on a gracing yacht." And then, on re- turii of the yacht to City Island, after AN EASY WIN MILWAUKEE, Sept. 15--Bob lloba, of Milwaukee, easily out-classed .Jack n Michigan, in a bout here last night, accord- newspaper decisions. i the races, they found a complete sol i of. liht racin of. light racing' canvas for Shamrock IV., Itored in Jacob's yard. "Attbtlier, Mr. Diaper; "ia the constant changing of sear which was .in progress through- out the period of the races. The top- niast was changed no less than seven times in Ihe course of three weeks and eventually they finished witli tho original one." TORONTO PROTESTS TORONTO, Sept. Toronto Baseball club has protested the three games which Jersey City lost at' Bal- timore September 3, 4 and-6, on the that the Jersey City .team New York newspapers consume'tho equivalent of spruce trees daily. Britisher Wins Two Races When You Travel, Even in Canada carry your funds in Travellers' Cheques, issued by The Merchants Bank. cheques arc often refused. Money, may be lost or stolen. Travellers' Cheques, oh the other hand, are cashed by banks, hotels, transportation companies and stores at their face Values, and enable you to raise ready money wherever you happen to be. If lost, they ara of no value to the finder; if stolen or des- troyed, they will be replaced without extra Charge, Use them for your next journey, MERCHANTS BANK Head Office: Montreal. OF CANADA Eslabiijhooi 1884.' LETHBRIDGE BRANCH. o I ni CALGARY STOCK BRANCH. W T T' NO .____________aab-Agency alMprurch ana two Pitchers the major leagues, contrary to the rules of the International league, within tho last 30 days of the season.. GOES TO PAPER OWNED BY 1.0RD BEAVERBROOK TORONTO, Sept. Dono- ivan of the editorial staK of Saturday INighl, this city, is leaving to take a position on the Daily Ej.nrcss of Lon- don, England. He was given a fare- well dinner last night by a numiier of friends. WdRKERS MANAGEMENT OP INDUSTRIAL PLANTS MILAN, Sept. for a law providing for the collaboration of workmen the management of in- dustrial plants which will bo'present- ed at the next session of the Italian parliament, have been placed in the hancTs of a committee- appointed hy Socialist members of the house of i deputies. Leaders of the workmen insist Hint the agreement with employ- crs must adnlit tlie men to .'the man agement of technical .departments, fin ATice and offices for the1 engagement nnd dismissal of meu. They asserl that such po'vers should bo exercised by organisations appointed by laboi unions." Leaders that occupa- tion of tho plants throughout the country will continue until employers' privileges are suppressed and (he new rlgbCs of labor acknowledged. While a majority of employers i strongly resist tlio worknieA'a scheme for .assisting In the work of manage- ment, there is r.n important section which supports .1 suggestion that the i men's scheme bo accepted on general I lines, In order that tho conflict going [on at present iuay_bo ended. This element would reserve discussion n'f I iletallp, which ivonlil be submitted to j a commission com posed of represen- tatives of Hie employers and work- ers. MUCH DEPENDS ON THIS SERIES CHICAGO, Sept. three-game series that may play a big part in deciding the American league pennant win- ner opened here today when Chicago met New York. Chicago entered today's con- test with a record only eight wills out of the played. Dick K6rr, 'left bander, 'was Slated to pitch for Chicago ag- ainst Jack Quinn. t- King's Irish Servants Pray for MacSwiney A. dill, crack KnKllsh runner, who captured both the 800 and metre events at thq Olympic Kames in Anlwqry. BORN TO WOMAN MURDERER AUBURN. N. Y.. Sept, Pearl [1. O'Dell. the Rochester girl j convicted or tlie murder of Kdward Knelpp, a former lover, and now oerv- j ing twenty years in Auburn prison for women, was taken to a local hospital yesterday under a new slate law in [order lhat her be born j outside ot prison. night she gave lilrllt to n Imby girl. Tlie father, .lames O'Dcll. Is now In a rleiUh cell In Sing Sing, uniler sentence of electrocution m Wns not notified. British Royal family household is evincing the keenest in- terest in the hunger-strike of Lord Mayor MacSwiney. Twenty-two Irish maids in service in tho royal household and twelve with the king on his vacation at Bal- moral Castle asked leave to attend the service for MacSwiney in tho Catholic Cathedral in London. When the bouse steward refused they appealed to the King, who not only granted their re- quest, hut paid their fores to London. Nine Irish servnts of Queen Alexan- dra at Sandringh'am asked the Queen that prayers be said for MacSwiney (luring the Wednesday evening serv- ices In Sandringham church. The queen consented, but the rector re- fused, saying that such an action would be equivalent to praying for the. release of the Irish prisoner, and that he could not so without an order from the King. Queen Alexandra im- mediately telegraphed the King, who instructed the rector to offer prayers. However, the King has made no at- tempt to interfere with the officials, baniiling MacSwiriey'g case. An offi- cial statement issued by the Home Office denies that lie Sought pardon for MacSwiney, or reached any breach with tire cabinet over the matter. It is pointed out that the matter Is out of his jurisdiction, and Iliat he Is without power to move should bo so desire. rain up a c in 0 way IIP iliould ana. he i Ideal 1 Fountain Pen Schools open soon then the colleges and universities. Every student should have the favorite pen for the opening. It encourages better writing, and the taking of ample notes, forming habits thai are invaluable through- put life. invested now supplies a lifelong friend Waterman's Ideal Fountain a style that exactly suits the individual .hand. L. E. 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