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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SEPTEMBER 25, 1020 THE LETHBRIDGE, DAILY HERALD PAGE THIUTEEM BIG LEAGUES IN SUH RLK5BV SEASON OPENS1 Bpeaker and Nlrtiolsou Making Streauons Efforts to Cop the Honors CHICAGO, Sept the major league clubs svicg Into the final two weeks of. the peonant race, George Sis ler, star first baseman of SU Louis, eeems certain of carrying off ths 1520 chimpionship of the Amerl- LHQ league. according to fig- ures compiled USday, Is showing the way with an of 405 wilt Tris Speaker ot Cleveland six points be- hind liim. Joe TactEOD of Chicago Is Jn third place with .381 and Eddie Col- lins, captain of the' Chicago club, fourth with .371. The averages ih- cludo games of Wednesday. "Babe'1 home run me arch, who went home runless for a >veek failed to shake off his battiug slump, but managed to cling to fifth place in tbe list of'leaders with au average p.f .367. although he made only .one hit in six'gaiues: Rice of Washijigtou is iu no danger pf being deposed as Ihe leading base Etealer.; He'has 55 ihefts to his cred- "Diamond Dyes Dye It Don't Spoil or Streak your Material in a Poor Dye Kacli package of "Diamond con- tains directions su simple Uiul au> Ionian cati a new. ricb x fadeless color into gar inctits. draperies, .coverisigs, -cr thing, whether wefll, silk, linen, cot Ion or mixed goods. J Buy no'plJier. I; perfect even if xou hafc licf .Druggist lias color .card, .sliovyiriglj Lift Right Off Without Pain NEW YOKK, Sept. playipg of Hairard. Pennsyl- vania, Syracuse and West Yir- giuia football teams in the- opcuing games of the season this atternoou will furnish the chief Interest for the followers of the aulumii gamp. while KUler Is next in line with lirty-seven. Other leading hatters: Jacobson. St. Louis, .Stfi; Htce, Vashington .341; Judge. Washington S40; Tobin, St. Loals .33Sf Weaver, 'hicago .337; Chicago .i37: Meusel, Kew Vork .353; Coob. Detroit The scramble for tha batting Cham- ionship of Natlooal. league has eveloped into a tujht race between ioger Ilornaby ot St. Louis and Nlch- Ison of Pitttborg.-with Kornaby top- lug the leagne with .355. who- led the race a week ngo is. a Mint behind -the St. Louis slugger. Young of New. York Is third with .352 nd Housch of Cincinnati fourth with 310. Williams of Philadelphia, tbe lead- ng houie run hitler on the league, xmnected with another four-JJase drive, bringius bis totil up to fltteen. n'base stcalinit lias Carey otritls- mrg continues, to Bbow the way with a total of 48. Other leading batters J. Smith] St. I.ouis .329; Wheat, Hr6oklyn .325; Williams. Philadelphia 319; Scolt, St. Louis Uollocher, Rise and Fall of Teams in J Major Leagues in 1920 NEW YORK, Sept. rise and fall of the major league baseball .Iwms in the 1920 Is snown in the appended table. The figures Indi- cate position of each team from Saturday to Saturday and where the same figure occur? in a column the teams were JOT that place. Brooklyu and Cincinnati ioverert i. top of lie National League throughout the season. ThR New York G.anU were among the talK-nders until July and appeared doomed to the second dlvlilon when they uncovered the spurt that carried them up for the present struggle with the.Heds and PHUbarjh, Cbicago'and St. Louis each made tids but slipped oack gradually. Boiton got near the top after a month's play aud then went down while Philadelphia was out ot the race as early as May. Iii laa'Ateericari-League, Chicago, Boston and Cleveland'set u good pace for The Red Sox and White Soi fell back, however, while New York slugged its way to the top and In mid-June seemed as though the Yankees and Indian; would fight it out between themselves. The White Sox recovered and got back Into the struggle when the two leaders slumped and went Into first place last month. Chicago began to draw away but a'losing streak ot seven games eoablwl Its two rivals to catch up HOW BASEBALL FAN ACTS WHEN "BABE" RUTH HITS HOMER Gambling Charges May Lead to Indictments Grand Jury Hints NEW YORK, Sept.. neu- rologists have been'busy analysing the sensations of the baseball fan when labe is hinging out' a homer. The average fan Imagines he gets up and yells'on Buch occasions because wauled tu applaud a "good swat. N'ct KO. TLe fan, It Is imposed upon by th'e vagaries of his nervous system. Bubo's home run "swat, the neurologists, declare, brings about ful- fillment of concept of anticipa- and, to be a trifle more explicit, 'the sympathetic nervous system over- stimulates the endobrine The suprarenal gland effects the Inso- luble glycogen to glucopco. Tha thyroid gland attests, prot'eid the new pfoteid substances broken down by the emotional explosions, pro- longing Uie WOODBINE --O.PENS I', ON TOrtONTO, 'gfept. regard to. quality and quantity of horses and .purses, racing in peaK" iii; the taeef 7ivhich" opens ihisVfternoo'ri, The largest surb horsemen at'one meet- ing in Canada'-is offered: The famous- racer. .Will ;.ruh. for the -Toronto carrying the Hop weight Commander Hoss, Bonifacetis also entered, and will carryV125 ppu'ndsf Among 'the other -Bondage will carry 1'0'S pounds CHICAGO, Sept. Indictments based on charges of conspiracy to de- fraud may be the result ot Ih6v Cook county grand Jury's investigation oi' alleged crookedness by the playe_rs in last -fail's world's series, it was Indicated today by Henry H. Brlgham, foreman of the jury. "There seems to be more than suffi- cient evidence to support Mr. Brlgham "declared. "Jn connec- tion with Brigham's thai Arnijlil'HoLuatbiii, tun- man and chief owner of the Havre De Grace racetrack had been subpoenaed, it was'learned toflay. that B. B. John- .son, president of the American' lea- j gue, has been In New York for two days, investigating reports involving New York men in the alleged plan to "fix" the 1919 world's series so Cin- cimiati would win and -onahlc the gamblers on'lhe "inside" to win large sums. Denies Benton Charges CHICAGO, Sept. to 16 charces made, by "Rube" Benton, evv York National league pitcher, be; ire the Cook county grand jury, hllip Hahn, Cincinnati racetrack ookmaktr, in an affidavit made public ere last night, denied he had given enton the names of White Sox play- rs In connection with alleged "fix- is" of the world series. d he would present he grand jury which' reconvenes :aext uesday to "resume the baseball gam- ing -1 He declared specifically thai hejhad ot mentioned Eddie Cicotto and Brooklyn Cincinnati' New York. Pillsburg Chicago St. Loais Boston April 1724 41 1 1 4 5 NATIONAL LEAGUE May June- 1 S 15 22 28 2323} 1 1 1 2 1 2 S 5 6 5 7 43414 77541 5 C 7 6 S 5 2 3 7 S BOSTON, Sept. Cosmo- politan Trust company of this city with a savings acil banking depart- ment and agt'nck-3 abroad, was.closed this morning by Bank Commissioner Jos. C. Allen. combined general bankiug anci savings depart cieiit. Cause of Suspension BOSTON. Cosmopol- itan Trust company of this city was closed today by State Bank Commis- sioner Joseph C, Allen with nearly of deposits iu hs banking and savings departments. Slow loans and inability'to meet heavy with- drawals of deposits was given by tha commissioner as the cause -of the bank's difficulties, and the reason for his action. The bank commissioner. In his for- mal statement, explanatory ol the clos- ing, declared that no other bank or The Cosmopolitan is the fifth bank] trust company was'Involved in any way. His action .today marked 'the sixth time within a year, and the fifth within two months, that the doors of In this city to be closed by Commis- sion Alien Iu the last five weeks. The Cosmopolitan has advertised Us capital and surplus at J3.000.COO and Its resources at for the a banking Institution In this city have been closed by him. Cord or Fabric. Cleveland New York Qhlcago St. Louis Boston Washington Detroit .April] 1724 3 3 -3 4 1 1 .3 6 12 7 5 7 S S 8 -3 3 5 7 8, S AMERICAN LEAGUE Mav I June j July S15Z229-] 6 IS 19 26 1 3 10 17 34 51 L.I 1 1 1 S i 11 1 3 2 ,2 2 4443 6- 6.5 C 3325 5 5 IS 4 688 S S 7 7 3 1 5 6 1 2 4 2 1 1 1 4 4 3 2 3. 3 4 5 6 5' 6 1222 4465 Good company on a tourney the way item thorter. 7-77 1 7 3 Sj 8 Doesn't hurt a bit! Drop a lltllo on an aching.'corn, instant- ly that corn stops hurting, then short- ly you lift it rigiU oif-with fingers. .Truly! Ytrar_ druggist sells a tiny bottle .of for a few cents, sufficient (o remove every hard com, soft corn, or corn between the toes, and the cal- luses, without soreness or irritation. f PLAY GOLR-300-YEABS _ IN ENGLAND is a golf 312 years -old In Great -said to be'the.oldest In iHe world. It was founded In. 1608'by King James I.r and still exists at Black- heath, the home pf the Royal Blackheath Club. This organization was established 'iZ7 years prior to the, Edinburgh Burgess Golfing and 146 years before even the Royal'and Ancient Club-was formed. The Bourse .today- Is similar to what'it was when .James his cronies went-'there. The layout consists of seven which have to be played three times for a compfete.round, THOMPSON SAILS SUNDA' TORONTO, Sept. Thdmp son of the Canadian -Olympic trac' and field team who won the world' championship at Antwerp and who re inained in "Miglnnd at th empire club g'ames wiH tail fron Liverpool for Canada on ''Sunday. When a Screani Startles You your heart jumps up in your and'you know one oi the children is rmrH- run to die medicine foir the bottle of AbsprbineJ Whether it is a cut hand or a gashed knee torn arm, burnt finget, sprained ankle, bruise or open woundj-appiy ABSORBINE JR." full tlrength. It may for an it will cleanse the wound, destroy germs, prevent infection, the pain promote rapid and healthy healing. For toothache, eolton with "ABSORB1NE JR." and place In the cavity In the loolh. Tdenrubtho wilK thii reliiUe llopj the piin. !f the children get throat or tonnlHii, mike wilh "ABSORBINE JR." You lee how uichil, how handy, how neceisary it I) to keep bollle of "ABSORBINE JR." slvr.yj tri lhr tot W. F. YOUNG Inc., OTTAWA, Sept. ot the re- Eults, ot the shake-up in labor circles here following the secession oi the electricians'and-butchers from inter- national affiliation, is a movement which Is said, to be taking definite Bhape for the establishment of a Pro- testant labor party In Ontario to meet the activities of i.he Catholic labor- movement >in Quebec. in Toron- to' are' saidVlo he'' opposed to such a step.-the Introdnciion of sectarianism time is view- ed' with by many of them: No definite announcement Is laude.Williams, .White Soj pitchers forthcoming from any Quarter on the nd baseman nndl formation of the new Protestant party Happy" Pclsch', ibutrieltler.'rin. cq.n-Jlbiit.lt 1a being much discussed In labor of circles. world's 'series, j v ad said iri his-statement.-Halm also knew nolhinE oi any at-j ROBBER TOOK TIME empts to bribe playcrH on either team .title, world's scries. ENOUGH TO SELL TICKET GARRISON, N. two rob hers were looting the ticket office of Garrison-West Point ferry boal line two-patrons appeared at the tick One of tue burglars Im his regular opera ferry ticket fo each pf'.the; COURT POKER GAME HAS SOME SPEED BUT CHIPS GO TO JUDGE (VESTBURY, L. for contempt of court." "Make it ten, judge." "I'll make It "See your fifteen snd raise you "Fined for contempt of ciiurt.V shouted Justice of the Peace Arnold P. Kohler, wallop- ins nFs desk with his gavel. Theodore Maewaski, 45, a bak- er, thought the Judge good for one more tilt, so he taunted him again. it an even hundred, judge." By this time his honor was boiling. "I fins you he shouted at Maewaski, "and if the law would let me, I'd tine you n thousand." Maewaski produced the 550, remarkjng: "You win, Judge, pick up the and left the court. CHAMPION TOMCAT PEDESTRIAN uepenaaoie Tires should be your companions on al! your motor trips. They shorten the journey by allowing you to travel ill from the annoyances, delays and expenses' caused by tire troubles. rartndge Tirec, like loyal tervanta, serve you faithfully always, GSmem Tfiefrfifeme HLOOMPIELD, N. field's champion tom-cat pedestrian, has Just completed a hike ot sixty- seven miles from a tarm which its .owner, Lawrence Blarney, sold a yeijr ago. Thinking his net cat would prefer field mice to those of the dom- estic variety, he left Red on the farm. The exhausted feline finally succeed- ed In finding the new home of his mas- ter. Red's claws were worn down to the quick. MltAS, Sent. urns' frinr the S'es- erday'to determine the sentiment o'l working! men toward tha agreement eached at the-instance of the-EOycra-1 nont employers and workers gardlng a solution of the. lustrial situation show.tho agreement has been approve 1 arge n-ijority. It is said syndlcal- sts ana'anarchlsts urgeil their fol- owerS lot to believing, it was mpossi'Ae for thorn to defeat the Qgrcem'tnt. In spile of the efforts of. the presi- dent otltho chamber of labor at en'oa, the' agreement was y a in a referehdiiin' jelrt in :jiat city. At-Vollrl, the agree-' ut vis a to 23. MIL.ITMY FUNERAL TOR 'POP Old ed Pol! the Ur ers wh< nt MWI buried t ary lioi approved by a vote of TIMER: AND EX-MEMBER'R.M.P. Vhmipog Free Pi-essV tuer and for.80 inein- bcr of 10 Hoyal N'orth West Mrtunt- ns well as. Iridiau fighter i ed States. 3iaft-Sergt. I'aul bettor kwsn ri'op'.' Walt nied in the Old echurch on lie ils afternoon with jri, special autbori'.y IiavJrg been-Tf'-eived from Cominis'filoner A. i. PotTi o'f the Canadian Mounted Police A 'Pis' Walters was 74 years old and hM a checkered said. Col. KTight speaking of it a.t the Mounlvf Police lieadquarters, yes- terday. served in the 7lb U. S. cavalrj'frit the timo :OL" the mass.ic4 In bhp'noncd.to.bs in a r'pn'o Siiuadron of the rcsl-' inent tt'lt was.wiiieil oiil by Uie Sioiix. After '.laving Ihe U.S. service ho joined (ue Mountie3 In April, 1SSO, at Reglnii. in 19DO, he served with' the 1st Canaan Mounted hi South Africa, ivhcre he received tho Soiitli African medal and four clasps." He to Winnipeg and held lha nosltloti.qf storenian ordnano.i rtepartrffttit at Osborne barraclis, un- lill 111-lealth caused bis icinoval lo the OWfr'olks' home. 'Pfp' Walters was an expert horsemjji and one of tho finest swordsiien in western raid Mii'or fc-F. Blngham, nn evmemhir of !lio Moimteil Police. 7ho flneral will be Jinld .'it u.rn., frii'-n 111 Chiir.'h'ol Jlngla-jil, Mliidk'- church. {lev. (I. W. '.vill duct Ita service. A special car will leave tie south barns at o'clock.' Col. Kifglit requests lhaf ex-mount- Ics atU.I.J. A Ner, York laslcnb driver restored to a voman licr purse containing wrlh of Liberty bonds and -ABb and Jewelry, which she. bad lefi in hli 'jft, 1 nation-wide friendship for theGray-Dort cannot I 'be based on price alone, for there are cars selling at lower prices! Evidently motor car buyers have determined for them- that the value and thrift of the Gray-Dort are very '_ In than five years the Gray-Dort has outstripped, in demand and production, a dozen cars which have been on the Canadian market longer. It is now one of the four largest-selling cars in Canada. At the present rate of sales, the market will shortly.be bare of Gray-Dorts. The wise pur- chaser', will act at once. BRAY-CAMPBELL, General pistribu'tors for Saskatche- wan and Alberta. Head Office: MOOSE JAW pranchos: Saskatoon, Bdmo.n- loo and Cnlg'ary." GRAHAM MOTOR i CO., Lethbriilge C. F. .Griffiths, Milk River Strvlce GarAge, Warner PRICES ALL TAXES INCLUDED Mode! IS Regular 15M Special 1.5D Ace 10 Roadater Frfifht Onlv Extra' GRAY-DORT MOTORS, LIMITED ONTARIO. ;