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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MiESOC THK LETHBnroC.E.JDAHA' BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McMahus MMEM HE xco so ME PICKED IT OD )T HERE LIVERY W. utret All TriJiij. Hojpltal Cllll. Special Hslss on Country Trips SPENCE BROS. Lilhbrldge, AltL Bookon's Arto LJrery WE MAKE TRAIN CALLS Office Night Phono 1334 ind ITO The Sport Page Herald Plans Fine Service on Series Games Tomorrow afternoon sharp at iwo o'clock Umps will call "Play ft all'' in the first game of the annual baseball clastic at Cincinnati. Gleispn hai announced that he will likely start Eddie Cicotte, his pitch- Ing" whlls Moran Ts expected ID shift the pitching burden on the hauldcn of "Slim" Sallee, who has during the .season won 20 and last Slartlng at two o-'clcck Cincinnati lime meant two o'clock fa; I time. .which being translated lo Lethbriifgt standard time means, U o'clock. Mr. Fan, If you want to be' on th'ft job for the first news hot off the ticker jurt be rtlcfclna round In front of the Herald office about on Wednesday forenoon. Then if you want to miis your lunch you can get the whole game hot off the wire by the tfmc you flo back to llttie job at one o'clock.. As Herald will give up tc-lhe-minutc service on the series over its lewd Wife. There will be a tielcer rjght from the playing field Cincinnati to' the Canadian Press cffice at Winnipeg and 'thence to Hertihl of each inning will be told as it Is 'played. will be bulletined in front of thte Herald orfite, hut W absolutely can't make one of crowd thai will line .Sixth St., phofle''l224 arid you Will-get 'the" very: litett t Don't Wednesday 1 1 e'cTock at Herald office. DOPIN' 'EM OUT Leu or bust. "Hol'p-in-One" il a Red for ihe next ten days. v Tommy Evans I always Tear Whits Soi. "Earn" Cincr hain't fione dry 1 know how -I- I'd bet. As It Is, shut your E.TPS fuc-ss. Eph Downins- Medicine Hal v team ihat can beat them there Giants can't he heal. v I'll bet oil the teem that has Ihe f'luck-" Bill Moore. is it they boirl? FuHerlon ei- v pects the Reds LO cop. Just watch those While Hose. v MISPCTRIS feoxer, is Trying in Vain lo Cross the Atlantic tlngland's seusatloual flyweight mitch'ea against "Pal" Moore ot. Memphis nnd Joe Lynch r York have to'get d. glimpse; re I nglish "phcnom" in iclfori; will iv p obAbly" arrive In-'this In it was learned Royd McCormick, light-heavyweight champion nf Great Britaiai and holder of'the Lord- Lcndsdale chaniplonshln belt, 13 aufbonfy for'Ibis stalcment! The rigid Rntorcenienl of emigration' LEAGUED Sham- rocks and Starts October 14Lh EVEH SEAT White Sox in Cincinnati For Hig Scalpers Are Bnsy CINCINNATI. Ohio, Sept. With the stage set for the opemns of the world's series lomorrow. Cincinnati assumed a gay ntllre today, when throngs of visitors hcgan to arrive lo oess the Initial slniggle of the baseball classic. Hotel corridors' were jammed lo Ihe .trait and Ihe crowds w greater as the day advanced and the special trains began to ar- rive. supporters or Ihe Cincin naii club naturally concerned over "the prospects oMheir favorites for victory in Ihe Mrsl game, Lhe oll- pDEtanr Quesllori OIK- almost., every- body's lip's "Who baa ati ciiru T i Wlih every one of the 35.000 seat! I sold. Lhe unlncky applicanhi for tick- els were TriHin'e.to pay 307 price lor n scat for the" ope pink -.earn e. If ticket speculators had seats for sale they, did not adTcrtlsc, llielT Trares. Th'ere werfcuj boV- ever, who 'demanded ?75 for R Vet of box seats tot'lhrcc games, Tbe" face -vsluq ;of was of In The Major Leagues BIG LEAGUES CLOSE AMERICAN Chicago Cleveland New York Detroit St. Urals Boston Washington Philadelphia FINAL STANDING TVon. Losl SS 52 54 NATIONAL FINAL STANDING Losl. SO SO El 60 66 3C 55 GO 72 71 i< 104 .629 i Cincinnati .609 JNew York .575 .571 .482 AH Can't Lose Any More NEW YORK, Sopl. York defeated Philadelphia, 4 to 2, today in the season's final 'game in this city, clinching third place. New York Philadelphia Mogridge and Ruel; Keefe and Per- kins. Chicago ritUlmrg......... 7 Brooklyn Hoslon 6 St. Lou'.s Philadelphia .GSR .621 II. K. S 1 FOOTBALL NOTES BV HOVER RETREADING DONE BY EXPERTS your Next Retrfud Dent By lit. SECTIONAL AND BROKEN BEADS OUR SPECIALTY We are specialists in Vulcan- Jiiufi Lttniridjt 712 Third Avcnut South, PHONE 1664 The Lethbridge BUEfcelhall Club met laws In England will prevent Wilde IaEl niB'ht aL llle and in from joming loJJUs country beforejia Otaer business, a city basketball T _ i _L November, according to McCormick. The little Welshman naa accepted one of the many lo era tire otters made fcy American promoters, and U pre- get his passport, Is aniious to visit and. deinonilrate hla ability before your followers 'ol the said Mc- Cormick, "faul'T doubt whether be will before November, if then, un- less he Is exlremely lucky. I say this from the experience. 1 had in, coming league was formed. After a canvass lo the probable number ot players in Iho icily, it was decided to strong teams In the league. There is 'sufficient material to maintain five I teams, but the chances of all ot them i finishing the schedule would be email With four teams the competition would be keener and aa each team has set era! men, a full Jioe-up Iran assured thing at every game. I iraa' all ready (or thi (rip ln efc'ooslag (be tapMos lbe choice my' naturally (ell to the tour senior natel ketballers wh'- on (he shlpicity. namely, r ill weeks, before I m ssports, and tlisn 1' was lorlunate! kctballcrs who al. present in toe ercy .Irwhi. George accomodalJOT on (he namely, Percy .Irwin. 'SMS. Tho demand for ship! SlcKMlop. Irish Kane aud allonjs remarkahle. HiC-ems Young. Their teams arc res From first to last stropping shav- ing cleaning the blade remains in the razor. Is coming lo-Atmrica.. Juat before tailed'! fiaw Wilde's rannafcr, he Informed me ho had accepted American offers Cor boals. and preparing" for (he Jounrey lierc. But at thai llmo he'had nol begun lo ar- range for paasoprls. He'll haTe a hard time geUing these here Friday! and Hum McCormlck ar expect E to leave tomorrow afternoon (or San Frsnc'lseo; inhere he will talte Georgf. the .'Jlonr.rchs, Stare, SliamrocVs and Ilolshfes. On account o( there helne other activities going on at the "V this winter, IVednesday crening is tfie only night open for basketball, fuirt. it was accordingly dcc'ded lo plaj doTjblt-hcao'crs on that night through out the schedule, the opening game to be staged-on October Each team will play three games wllh each a ship for Australia. British. rlrM, which -will make a. total of IS crutBCr weight i champion has games In the schedule. signed for bouts In Ihe Antipodes. ]n 'order''to have uniformity in which will be held Jo a of color, sweaters for the four learns arc months. .McCormlcfc plans to return J (0 be ordered by the club and the mem- __ ._ kera Qj oack leam wm required lo declared that for BO tiuch interest lu a -wo'rld's series and regretted that fledland field.did not hare a soattng capacity o( in- stead of Merabe'ra or the White SOT. under the leadership t of 'Manager 3Ieason, arrlve'd from Cblcayo early ,oday and went directly to their hotel. The White Sox will tike' a light workout at Redlind" Field Hits afternoon a( the invitation ol "Pal" Moran. manager of the Reds. The Reds will also have a light practice to keep Ihelr muscles limbered up. While Manager Moran has not dc- finitely picked his pitcher for tomor- row and did net care1 lo make any official announcement. It is generally accepted that he will start either Walter Haelher or Slim .Sallce. Sallee pi'chctl two games agafnat Chicago in the world's aerlea of. iwo yeara'ago and Moran belicres that hi3p9tyle give Ihe Wlllc Sox tho most Irouhle. That Eddie ClcolleT- tho pllchlnj ot he White Son' staff, will be Manager Glcason's eclccllon lor tbe opening game E? accepted as a cer- tainty.' Manager Gleason, however, expects lo make no announcement ot hls'selectton until the llrae for slart- Ing the game tomorrow. The EjiglJsh Football League has again got well away, alter four years j lapse to (he war. It Is again 1 the old league under Ihe old laws, hut hinder sllghlly different surroundings, Tbe H. C. of L. has made itself fell even in tbe Englishman's gamo of games. Tfic "sijcnennj' eatc" lias ffiv- en way lo the minimum charge of shilling, including entertainment lax, in so for as tbe Football and Southern Leagues are concerned. This has been caused by tbe Increases sanctioned In players' wages, which may now be as much as fifty per cent, over and above j the amount the player was'receiving lin 19H-15. The season, has been extended and now commences on.the last Snlurday Detroit team, m or nl AiiBUEl ana ends on Ihe Brat Sal- American league balling champion-1 ,ulr.dly Mnl ln lbe tollolvlnK S'ear- ship (or the 12th .time in 13 Cobb, according to unofficial av__- iortay Is leading the race' with Character whal we bullrj into every tire that wo retread or rcpalr. Clasa quality abd durability arc lhc objects o( our highest en- deavor. The matter ol value- giving is our chlrit concern. We appreciate n man as much as we do his business. Our shop Is OPP. ELLISON MILLS Ty. According (o Unofficial .Averagefc is Hitting Honors to Cravath CHICAGO, Sept. days of ths hasehall season .finds Tyrus Raymond Cobbr etar outflelier of the these Saturdays at their mark ot .373, points ahead Veach, fits teammate., The fieurta Include gamts of Wed- nesday. The only ypar In which Cobh was deposed from the batting cham- pionship during his major league career in 1916, when Tris Speaker forced him ouL "Babe" Ruth the home-run marvel, in seventh place in the list or bat- Ins Readers, with an average of .323. RuUi, whose achievement of driving out 23 homers for a world's record; cada the leaguo in extra haso hlttins, jears. UIQ first and second divisions the southern league have increased Iho of' MATTY LIKES REDS tralian and seek ring honors aialnst American holers ot his weight. Peter St. Cyr and Lewis Herman jttrt arrested In 51. John a charge of JTFlntjllnj A, Thomas of OH BOY! SOME JAZZ! DANCE By the Cannoneers Jazz Band NIW, PIANO, BANJOV3AXOPHONI, XLYOPHONE, COflNET AND fa the K. of R Hall Tuesday, Sept 30th MMnMft bANCING FROM J.OB TO Pint Lldltt 21 buy their Bvealcrs from tho executive. If anyone leaves town he ivlll sell his team sweater to the plarcr tak- ing his place- For Ihe lufgrmatlon who were unablo lo nltentl the meeting last nlghl, ,'olloivlng IB lbe league ichedule: Ocl TB. Stars; Uol- ihles vs. Shamrocks. Ocl. u. Shamrocks; olBhles TS. Stars. Ocl. TB. Uolahlca; Slara T5. N'ov. va. Monarchal Sham- facfa vs. Holshles. iVov. vs. Jlonarchs; atara vs. Bolsblea. KOT. TS. Monarcha; Shamrocks vs. Stars. MOT. Uolshlea TS. Shamrocks; Monarchs vs. Stars. vi. Slars; Mon- archa vs. Dec. TS. Mon: archa vs. DolshleB. I 1 't 'r 4 QLEA80N LIKELY TO StART C1COTTE CHICAGO, Sapf. ager Olpason or the "White Sox announceil tonight that ho prob- ably would slnrl Kddlo Cocollo In Uic game of the vrorld'n Bcrlcg nl CInclnnall next nesriay. Opinions of the members ol Ihe .Vew Vork Clanls KOUM seem (o favor the While Soi lo win the world series, although 'all would .lo .see. Cin- cinnati win. One however, in slronBlr lor Momn'a learn lo win tho rhainpionahlp, and thai man In Christy Malhewaoti. "Tho Cincinnati team la a fighting team and has iron games hy coming from behind than any team In the National league In tho last ten said JIallj-. "Tiay have a bunch of real hlttors, distance cloulcrs and men who can placo the ball where It shotjld be placed. Their Innncr defence Is a sraoolh-jt orVlnr; unit and I'al Mornn deserves credit for tills. A icholQ lot ot people IWnk that the hare the cdgre on IhB pIlchlnK. but they're rnlsliken, C'lcotle and Williams arc (rest pair, but Moran ttaa dependable era. Don't he Eurpnsed It Hod Bllcr provea one of the sensation's of Ihe Etrios. They Ihn American leasue ivaa Iban Ilio Nftllanal a couple of years ago, but Kller beav Clovcland In Iho post-season scries, and heat Irlcc, both times convincingly. Slim Eallcc will.be In hla -prime against the Sox and should win a game. Fisher Is number of their clubs from 20 to 22. Three Ixindon clubs are benofilling from tho change, Chelsea and 'the AT- icnal are elected to the First Divis- ion, and West Ham lo lbe. Second Division, nnd tho London fans will havo three football .league, matches each Saturday, ono of which ruust be a Firtit Division game. M f Irnl b Hellman Well Up Eddie Collins, the Chicago second baseman, is topping the base Blcalcra with 32, ivilb Gcorgo Staler of St. fxinis neil in the list with 28. Other American league bai- ters for 60 games: Jackson, Chicago, .3fS; slsler. SI. .311; Tobln, St. I.miis, .326; Ilcllrrmn, Detroit, .323; nulh. Boston, .323; JacobEon, St. .323; Plag- Btead, Detroit, .320; Wnshing- lon. .513; Collins, Chicago, .317; Pcck- inpaueh, York .313. i (he la club I, ahead in the v-" a grcal latc-iD-thc-year iwirler will glme -Moran a game or twb. and To race for Ihe National league batting title, illhongh the race Is close. The averages show Cravath In the lead with .336, with Jim Thorpe of Boston live points behind him. EddlciHouscli, alar outfielder wllh Cincinnati Is third wllh .322. Burns Leadi Groh Burns of New York, who crowded He-lnlo Oroh, Ihe Clncinnall Ihlrd baseman, out of the commanding po- sition In scoring, managed to cling to bis lead of one run. Durns bas registered 75 scores. Zack Wheat the Brooklyn veteran, and Housch ore flgMIng ft out for honors -in lolal base hltllng, rlousch has a toUl ol 2H, while'Wheat's mark Is 213 Cutshaii- of PWsburt- It In no (tan- ot being dnposed Ihe leading base jlcalcr, his record 'of 36 htlnn high. Blgbce, a leammalc, Is next fn line wilh 20. home-run record of 11 remains unchallenged. Other leading National league Ijat- lers for M or more games: Carey, I'ltfaburg, .312; Oroh, Cln- r.innatl, .311; Mcusel, Philadelphia, .310; Hornsbr, St. laah, .310; Darhor, Chicago, .303; Stock, SI. Louis, .105; Mycra, Brooklyn, .305; Holke, Uoaton, .257; Wheat Brooklyn, .205. This season will nl.io sec the revival of nil the iiiternallonul matches, wilh IhD ciccption of Germany and Auslria, which have been briiTed Tor the pres ent by the Football Association; The j first Inlcrnallonal tfamt h fixed Tor England on Irish soil. The KngJIsh Cup tica aro in Uicir preliminary stages, nnd Iho flrnt round la 'fixed for OclolicrJ IHh and the for December ZOth in lhc qualifying .compcttllon. Tha flral In the "competition hd played off on January 10th and tho final on April Tlie last winners were Sheffield United, who beat Chel- sea at Old Traffonl (3 lo j The recorti attendance at a [oolhall p.imo !n England Is spectator.! the gato receipts amounting to over Thls'was An lhc occasion of i Aslon Villa ftnt EVEREADY SERVICE STATION ALL MAKES OF BATTERIES CHARGED AND. REPAIRED All Work Guirinlcid A Wrlllen Qiurmlea for i Tear and a Hair r.vltli New Bat- Itrlei. 1. 0. THOMPSON 15B6 718'Srd Avt. 8: HAVE YCIIR RADIATOR RE-CORED Before Ihe Ruib, br ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 111 Fifth St. 9. L ftOOSA TRANSFER Furniture and Biggige of All Klrdi. We id) C.O.D. Baggage Day and NInht Service (9 all parti or th: City, Office, 92: 2nd Ave, Phoni 1861 my mind KM Oleason's .big ace It tho brain and baseball generalRhfp of Collins. In i. pinch Collins Is likely to pnll anything, lie ml? hctt a ball club Moran will'match him. I'm for Ihe Reds, aril) Ihlnlt they'll 4 'Mnrmora lai-Vale baa beeii at 45 mills lor.tills year. Sunderland on April Wth, 1913. Celtic r, C. In winning lhc Scottish Lc.igun champlbiishlp, gained Ihe'tlllc for Ihe firieenlh tiniej while the Hang- ers who always ruu Iho Celtic lo a close finish can ninn victor- Sea. Kvcrlon won the first league cham- lonfthlp in the last fleason, 101 playing thlrty-clglil but onJy gaining 46 points. Word was TMdred.al Esaox ol tho death ot Stanley Uolllns, nihalonary In China, Eon-ln-law ot W. Trimble, Amheralburg. TORONTO BREAD DRIVERS REFUSE TO TORONTO, Sept. Bread drhers retujed last right 4lo etrlke In sym- with the slrlkfns bskon wlio arc demanding ilayljihl work, but they lliat none of thtlr men should l.iko the ot the Birthing In tho chirp; ifvtia the cage 00 S'jn-' Jiy. ereglnf WELDING Car Repairing AGENTS FOR GRAY DORT CARS RUMELY ENGINES The Lawfbm COMPA'NY 1144 AUTOMOBILE OWNERS Oct 7our cflluloia ligbls In and curtains repaired bMorc the cold wealher. THE LETH- BHIDOE AUTO TOP DEPOT Sth Slreel .Veil lo Herald Ottlci C. T. BLUNT, PROP. The Mechanical Garage Uned ma bought And gold. General Repairinf Corner 4lh Avenue 3rd Cojy Roller Rink. Phone 1190 X-W. Service Station Service Station for (he K-W Mnfnclns. All o( mngnolos, stncralori, colls ro- ralrcil. T-'iill atnck of repair parts CRT- .rlcil. All work gunrnntced. HECHARCCO Hie Roy Electric C., Ill 4th PHONE 7H t ;