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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER H BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus IT WAANT FOR jcsrice Best Attention TRY The Silver GriD OPEN PAY AND NiGHf Sign GOOD EATS SPECIALTY IH STEAKS We Aim to OUR COFFEE BEST IN 5th Si and 4th Avc, c I i% I ItVSlJY lilicc vjcuaco I U I U V. A iaitf ucucs, Thrown' To Cincinnati By Eight Members of Chicago Americans I AMERICAN LEAGUE I vVuu jx'ai J Iciovelani Si counter-proposition that would be handed the players at 'the end of each losing game. Burns went-to the Sox players und they seemed satisfied oiuu rein oimi i LIU (Continued Krora Frcal Page.l Under the present martial law In Cork any one oot of doers alter mid- night without u military permit IB ar- CARRY tUNCH "CAMPAIGN IS ON IN TORONTO TORONTO, Sept. your-lunch campaign has Toronto although-the re has reached bean organized effort to promote it here. rested. This Irishman not an ex- papers today pnhllsh articles to ception and.he .was taken to military headquarters and searched.. The Brit- ish authorities found iii his pocket the Sinn Fein court summons, signed by and learned from these BASEBALL Major Minors i pitching masterly ball, Chicago con- I linucd their-victorious march lu-the American league pennant race, defeat- j papers when and where the Sinn Fein Ing Detroit 2 to 0 toilay in the final court was to meet. They kept him In ;gsme ot the season here. It was Chi-'prison three days and then released Results and League Stan NATIONAL 3rooklyn........ Vcv> York 77 Jhicago St. Louis......... 7; Boston.......... CO Philadelphia CO- I'd .coo' cago's tenth in tho last eleven games. Detroit............... 0 6 2 i Chicago............... 2 40 i Ayers, Dauss atid; Stanage; Kerr Land Sc.halk. In Fln< Form i PHILADELPHIA, Sept. pitched Bhutout'ball today, and New 1 York shutout Philadelphia 3 to 0. New York 3 70 Philiidsl pbiii............. 0 6 0 i Mays and Hoffman; Kommell 'and I Perkins. I Boston Wins Two 11OSTOX, Sopt. made il3 .position at the toy of the second division today by, fating -z. him., _Jn the meantime MaeSwiney was ar- rested when the Sinn Fein court vras raided. After MacSwmey's arrest, Itte 'military autliorlties posted the Sinn Fefn summons to the boare of this poor Irish with lha note attached "maiiy thanks." ,-When the postman delivered the letter it fell into the hands of his wife, who opened and saw the note from the military thanking her hiisharid and returning the Sinn Fela court summons. This letter ahe turn- ed over immediately to the Irish Re- publican Volunteers and denounced her husband as a traitor. Found Guilty as 'Traitor" the effect that many thousands of) Toronto dqwn-townera who formerly" patroniAd the rcstauranLs have now returned to the "old-lashloaed dinner yail" in. various forms, In many caset it is merely.a "snack" in a piece of whits paper'but the movelnent Is mak- ink an appreciable hole In the receipts of the restaurants..as the result of which more of the eating houses have made.extensive 'cuts.in their prices. On the following day he was arrested SS double from Washington 2 to 1 and to 0. j1', 1. 9. 2 Un the Ford factory and imprisoned in IJostuii 2 9 6 institution for the insane where Shscht, Fisher and Ficlnich; Jones 1 the Sinn government was de Giants Out of ftace NEW YOPiK. Sept. York was nut out of tho- lo-jgno neunant race today the second same oC-u double to 2. Tbe Giants won the first contest 'I to i 1. Boeckcl's home rail in Ibe niDtli b'chanff. Second game-- .i. Ericksou and Gbarrity; K. Waltefa.' T .C i Homer Cinches Game ST. LOUIS. Pent. gave Boston its victory' after N'eiv j York hiuV tied the .score .in the o Boston 1 New York '3'., Towiisenrt and O'Neill; Xehf Snyder. maintained Us -half game lead in'the with 'this new arrangement. Second "anie "We all bet on Cincinnati the first Boston day and won. The next morning Xew Yo'rk Burns anil I went around to'Atfell] and Govvdv; ;in'l again at his neadquarters. I never j Smith. I saw so much money in my life. Stacks i One-Sided Score would be inleresled in ihls proposi- '1 said I would go to Philadelphia and see what I could do. Bnrns said he would have to go to Montreal to doss an oil deal-and that he would Herald Football Competition ENTRY FORM GAMES PLAYED OCT. 2ND CLOSING DATE OOT. 1ST. MIDNIGHT First Division Sheffield vs Newcastle. Sunderland vs Huddersfleld. Spurs vs Manchester United. Albion vs Derby. Second Division Leeds vs Blackpool. Stoke vs Burslem P.v. Ham vs Cardiff. Notts Caimly vs Fulriam, Third Division Grimcby vs Reading. vs Portsmouth, Merthyr vs Swfndon. Soulhcncl vs Walforrt. I dnler Ihe llcralti Hooiball Cora. In with the rules and innditions above, and .agree to accept Hie iflib- Jishcd decision as anu binding. Address of bills TTftre being counted on dress- ers and tables.- "Again Attell stalled us off, lie said he wanted to keep the money 10 net. We'grew suspicions and asked Abe It RoEhstein was really iu the deal. Then Ate flashed.fhe fake tele- OTarrell. grain. Tt read lAbe Attell, Sinton Hotel, Cincinnati. Hare wired you twenty grand and waived identifica- tion.' ''Tbe wire was signed with the ini- Hals We learned later that this was a fake telegram and Iliat somebody had wired to New York lo have- it sent. The telegram used the expression which is gamblers' lingo tor a thousand. As a matter of fact ttoth- stein was never invplvcd, AtteH was lying. ''liurns felt sore because "he had noj mooey for the White Rox ami he me that he would turn over worth of oil Block to the players ns security. 1 persuaded him not to take this step and thereby saved him that "After tie second game we again; found Attell and his confederates. At-: lell again made excuses about needing! tho money lo make further wagers, but did place on tbo table. He] said: 'Give that ,to the. players.1 j "Burns agfced mo to take the rtintiey and I refused. He finally look it him-i seU and turned It to one oE i the players.1 j "Burns told me tbat he saw tho j players were restless and wanled thoi (ill! amount, and he was afraid thsy would not keep tip.thn, agreement. "The players.'however, told Burns CHICAGO, Sept. St. Louis ever- whelmed Chicago today winning 15 to 1. -r St. -Louis 16 25 1 j Chicago i 7 Schunp ami ClemouE; and j Pittsburg-CIncinnati. rain.. {Xo others schednleil.l talriing its prisoners. From there he was removed to a barn in the country 6 !0 'and.called.before a secret Sinn-Fein 5 2 comimartial, charged .In- iriwr formation to the enemy. This court found him guilty and ordered his'exe- cution for treason. :bn the following morning, which was the timo.set for. the death pen- alty, he was'informed thai because there was a slight doubt about his materially guilt he would be banished from Ire- oMliB'.local pit- land instead of Two days later he'yaa escorted by four Repub- lican Volunteers to ft steamship, put aboard and to return. 11 ,0' -'This man now is In London seeking i.'Louis.............. 4 ID '--3 work. I hare his name and haTB fully Mails nnd O'XoHl; Deris, Boehler, [authenticated His story.. Tbe question lone iiatnraliy wishes to "Would j American league pennant nice today us SI- 1-ouis S.to 4. Cleveland aiiil materiaily hit chers. Jamfesou1 Cinch'jd 'the.'game iu tbe eifitb inning tfrore out a wii u" two on bases, :Srore and Severcid. (Prom'Our Own, Correspondent} RAYMOND, Sept. ChriBtian burial was given SvTamani, a well- known Japanese farmer of the Ray- mond district; who died FVIday ot heart disease. The funeral was from the farm horde of the deceased to the second :ward D. S'. to the Temple Hill cemetery. S. the first ward presided.-' iA trio of male voice? furnished suitable music. _ The service was attended by every member of the.local Japanese Society. The utmbst'Tespect shown their deceased countryman. The congrega- tion maintained a .reverential, moot! throughout the service apparently en- tering 'into.'i the'spirit of :t i whole- heartedly." ..The "floral contributions and cohered the casket ThB_ sneakers Elder -Kimball and tnaer Chas. !Y Eteele, and three leading mop bC tEe, Japanese society, MegBrffi Otake, Obaina and Iwasea, the last three speaking in the Japanese tongue. WHEN it comes to grace of .line arid charm of fit, 20th Century Brancl: cloth- es are absolutely in a, class by. themselves. Yours for the asking and at a fair price, Sold Exclusively, by IfertKeslers Hotel BtocK On SUM Freneisro 2; Los Angclea 5. (Xo others scheduled.) AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Louisville 2: SI. Paul H. fAll others postponed, rain.) MacSwiney-now lie at death's floor I-'olloTjofe. serTice a photo was i prison if this poor Irish work- er had not been chased out of his own liome after ciirfevr Big Program is: Out For City Sehool Pupils; Field Day Offers Many Contents IS Front Page.) Exhibition Grounds On'Wednesday Will Be Busy Place Games Will Commence At 1.30 P.M. Wednesday afternoon..as-folloVs: Time Table S. Eirls, A, 75 yards dash. S. lioys, 100' ynrils dash. S. vonls ilasii. S. boyo, B. vanls dash H. s. boys, Int.. 100 yards I dash, P. K. girls. C. 00 yartli (Tatli. S. gtrls, Int., SO raids skin-, Ping. I S. boys, 101) yards cln.sli. K. 100 yiirils ila'sli. H.-s. girls, Int., 100 yards dash. P. s. jiii-ls. 50 yards skip- liing race. li; K. hovj. Jr., 220 yards dash. P. S. boys. A-. running high jump. U. S. boys. Int., polo vault.; -P. S. girls, D, CO yards 'skip- ping race. S< girls, A, 60 A Threatentd Tn the meantimG, reports from Ire- land tell of numerous threats for far- j ther, reprisals, circulated verbally or hy posters. Warnings aro alleged to been.given several towns In est Clair that tiiey would be burned less Captain Lenc'rums. resident (magistrate ot Kllrush. who has been j missing since Wednesday and who is belioved lo have been kidnapped Is not returned within 48 hours. The town of St. Neyr suffered from a raid at an early hour on Monday. Shots Inlo houses, some of the in; none 3.10 yards egg H. S. girls, Sr., SO yards race. Willlamd, they would not win for Kerr. Ho we went to Chicago and bet all of otir perfmnnl winnings fit the first two days on Cincinnati to win the (bird game. As a uinlter of fact, the Pox got oven with us by winning this game. j "Burns and I lost every r.ent we bad in our clotlicfi. Tho whole upshot of I tlin mailer was that Attell nnrl his cleaned up a forlinifi' and Ihe s'ox players ilnnbln rnwvl out, ot that va's coming to WINNIPEG HOCKEY STARS JOIN SASKATCHEWAN TEAMS j WINNIPEG. Kept. hockey nturs leave this wcok toi join Saskatchewan teams having ac-f replcd positions in Moosejaw mtri Saskatoon. Ilubeu the clever detcnso plnyer of iieikirk team, le.ives for Mnosefnnvand lla-ry Oliver, ecu. tnr of the cnrao tcara, goes to Saska- toon. that it they lost behind OicoUo boys, Sr., running lilgli J jump. S. girls, n, SO yards dash. I S. lloj-fl, yards dash, j S. Ijoys, Jr.. 100 yards dasli.' K. girls, 100 yards dasli. I K. slrls, II, 75 yards dnsh. I race. I'. S. boys, C, zili yards dash'. I'. S. boys, 50 yards sack race. S. boys, Sr., 440 yards dash. H. S. girls, Int., 60 yards raci pgg "If the Ministers of Kducalion in tbo Provinres of Ontario ;ind Quebec will logtthcr and revise our text-liool: history 1 think it will a'long way jlownrd Kftttirig a heller unileriilamllni; in rtcrlnrcd Dr. 1'htlip C'anailinii Trdde Conmiirsiouer to ,K Toronto. H, boys, Int., J20 yards rlath. H. hoys. A, 220 yards dasli. K. boys, II, 220 yards S. giris. C. 51) yards. TUQG. for'hoys antl girls. vcara old. H. boys. C, rannins high i Jump. 2.10- -i'. R. girls. D. yards, Kcil rue. I 2.30-H. S. liriya, Sr.. yds. dash.) S. Iniya, C, i.0 yards j s. Sr., r.O yanls egg) race. i S. hoyi, C, 50 yards, 3-Icg. j Kud ruco. S. girls, A. BO yards skip- pinfi race. S. hoys, Int., -HO yards iiasti. 2.SO--1'. s. hoys, D. yards, 3-leg- gcii rar.e. H. girls, Jr., 50 yards egg raco. S5. boys, Kr., pole vault. S. boys, Int., SSO yards dash. S. hoys; A. -HO'yards dash, S. girls, yard skip- 3.3. ping race. taken of- the fnneral to be sent. back to tbe '.deceas'ed'a -.'aged .parents in Japan. Elder Klmbsll officiated also, at the grav.e-side. v Mr.1 Tamani was well. liked by all who knew -'him. He was ot a quiet, peaceable 'disposition, honest and NEW SURVEY ADDS TOAREAOFTHES.M. IRRIGATION PROJECT (Macleod It is given out oh- good authority that a. new survey hu demoiurtnted that water for. tbe South MadeM Ir- rigation project bfl carried mucli 'arther to tie ewtward thin at rirrt Bupposed. The itw area wfll ei- tend about mOM to tha east, takloc In dle- trict in tie territory between i Old thrifty. succeeded -in -paying for a nice farm, which ho leaves to his widow -and. two grown sons. ITEMS (Froth Our Own Correspondent) 27-Miien Peacock. Is .a .visitor up Calgary way this .week, eifd. Mrs. Kirk" Owen, ot the man- ager of the Bank of Hamilton, is spending a. holiday up at Calgary. The Peacock family ot this town lias purchased .the1 fine Chouse lately ten- tianted -by Coehran, manager ol the Canadiun Bank of Commerce bere. They take ,irp .residence there this week. Win. Goodses, ot Eanagban Co. have been sent to Trim and have re- ported on. occurrences there. The bhlef secretary for Ireland Is now con- ferring on the wholo subject with tho military and civil aulhoritftis in Dub- lin and elsewhere with the Ttew to stopping tho raids and the cabinet in London is also taking tbe matter In hand. H is explained there are two forces called "Black snd Tan." One is com- posed ot. English recruits and the other largely consists of demobilized army officers who were'engaged to ar- for tho defense of threatened barracks In disturbed df.itricts of Ire- Doth were- in mixed uniforms of kh'uki and black, owing to a short- Man and Belly and extending down taearrf to their- 'The flrrt boundary 'of 'the 'project On the north, 'bonridaryyllna between lownallpa 9 anil 10 In Peafco rieighborhcod; on tho and Kpotenay" rivers; ori-. the ay. u point about seven 'miles' west of Bwelme- port offlee; east, range lino running 'north and- a' mile from Orton. si'tend about seven miles eastwnffl again. Tbe laklne In. ot this area 'in-, vblve a dulay.or a week.cr'two to or- ganize new territory, and canvas fp- petitiou, bnt. tha promoters of. the project believe" this 'delay negligible and that it will be, better, to bring whole territory in on oaa 'vote rather than to make two bites' ottho' cherry. age p. s. girls, LV50 yards 3-lcg- 1 Dispatches do not dlsclcao which Bed race. element has been responsible for tho II. Jr.. .440 .yards dash. I raids. P. ,S; girls, C, CO yards ship. piiiB rjice. i William .0. McAdoo. former secrc- boys. Sr.; 380 yards li.ish. Ilixry'-of the United States treasury. S. girls, 0 and s. boys. A and Ii, SSO yards, relay ntce. K. girls, open, relay race. S. boys, open, SSO yards re- lay iacv, j tv- D, relay j race. S. girls, A nntl H, relay racn. J marked with nn "V" will l.c rim off in the field. _ j Public sclioul events not marked j with an "K" will bo run oft mi track i No. 2, which is (in the right band sldo I faclnt' oast. _ I The HlKh School events not with an will be run off on track- No. 1. Tho L.A.A.A. aro giving all (lie as- istance possible In tbo way. Of relay [will enter the Democratic national i campaign with a speaking loiir tbat csrry him to tlie Pacific coast, i .speeches In many large cities. Ijl IIIO iv Ul S. 50 yards ,3 leg-1 idylng officials la handle the nport9 ti.r Vi'odnMdav. j Wednesday. K-W Service Station .Retries Station for the famous K-W Magnetos, All makes o( niagaetos. generators, colls re- ralrcrt. FuH stock of repair parts ried. All work guaranteed. MAGNETS RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co. 4th Avenue South PHONE 735 today. E. C. Harper, of San Francisco, Cal., h as taken a position At Peacock's store ere.' Mr. '.Vaodbull, editor of the Cham- 410 FIFTHi STREET pion AdvertUc'r. Is; a Visitor to town. I1 or the men whtj care, pur nowly arrived ship- of Socks arc 105 cent, toiturcd wool. They aro strong- ly and closely ribbed ivltii lhal clean-cut, racy stylo characteristic of their thorough British quality. They In JX.'Vnt olinctOB Thn velUQ3 tL5 V.'C'VO shown in micry seasons. LOUIS KEEL 61IOP OF I'ASHION CRAFT Cf.OTUBS AND THE FLOnSHElM SHOE ;