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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta BRINGING UP FATHER THE LETHRRJDGE DAILY HERALP By G. McManus liaii 1 Sign GOOD EATS 1 g SPECIALTY IN STEAKS We Aim to Ptease OUR COFFEE BEST IN TOWN ,5th St. and 4th Tur rimmm; -mwui.iu iiiL. ruiumil pcsr before him. Friday morning. At the time, he telegraphed to Chicago evidence avail- able there. there It anything wrong with this world's series, we are >ui ?i f. 1 16 5 f ;o ti- ll' NEW YORK, lept. a Chicago Qrand Jury is investiga- ting charges that the 1919 world's series was "fixed" New York authorities today started an In- quiry into reports jhat the same ring of gamblers planned a crook- ed series for 1320. Acting on h newspaper story to Hie effect that members of the Brooklyn Nationals, winners of .-their league pennant, were to be bribed to lose to the Cleveland Indians. District Attorney Lewis of Kings county, summoned' all members of the local team to'ap- ar going to find It out before it is too said, Mr. Lewis, "I in- tend fully certain ugly rumors which have come to my attention. -I -feel this Is a duly I owe t9.the followers' of baseball. jr the games ais to be oh leVel'w'i wrl'l'VltaoUsh'that fact and Is crookedness we will pros'icut'e the 'crooks to Quick Service t i I I WHITE S LAWYER SAYS jcjil inves- c gat 11 o tu Chicago White Sox world scandal was temporar- liv delajed tod as wo'rd wasVreciSv- ed from 'UacLav Covna, mate's attb'r- now m lork to hoiil np pro-' qeedings until his return: The grand jury has tlso completed examination of witnesses on hand-and are awalt- lug the armal of other baseball play- ers ana sporting celebrities who hare been summoned An official statement to the gram jury from Happy Felschiifni. tarpecj Herald Football id, 43? ENTRFORM GAMES PLAYED OCT. 2ND CLOSifiQ DATE !OCT.' 1ST. 1 MIDNIGHT First Division Sheffield vs Newcastle. Sunderland vs iHuddersfield. Spurs vs Manchester United.- t Dsrby. Second Division Leeds vs Blackpool. Stoke v: Burslem P.V. Ham vs Csrdrif. Notts County vi Fulham. Third Division Grimsby vs fleadlns. Mlllwall vs Portsmouth. Merthyr vs Swindon. Southend vs Watford. I enter the Herald Football Com- petition .in accordance with the rules and conditions announced and agree to accept tho pub- lished doclslop as final and legally binding. Signed Address ed loddy. 'II" was eipected' to have coafesseii. Cicatte In his statement to Ae sald-taat.Pelsch got a. injthe alleged cohspir- '.or a tell fromtSsiMiie. g e ing racers .on the home stretch .with tba suddenness of. .''U.V't- conspir- to Fel- sch yesterday "said thai only one mis- play could have been .charged to him! In, the. series, a muff a fly -ball which-was unintentional.. !fu -ybsleidift--1 eft ;f or eipcctbd fo return -arid Fred- r.Toney, members of his club.' Kaufi is alleged la have been Involved in a game last summer on a deal with Hejnie Zimmerman. Indictments, It is h4f brought against'three liiore'iJlayer's and six or seven gamb- lers.. .-Altod S. for the White Sox club, declarell overtures had been maOe to him by some of the suspended-players whovhave not con- fesseu but ''wish lo. tell what they .can. promise almost definitely Ihat' these 'men' will, go b'efore the make detailed state- said Austrian.- The testimony of John A. Heydler, president'of Uio Natlbhil-'league, be- fore- the grand Jury yesterday may also load to the summoniDg oi meiii- bera of the National league clubs, It was suld. men from tte 'tt'arhs named and a I least their wmhbag qual- ity disappears. ..'_.-' Ruth-was not; of the New, York -team, but ho was their best drawing, card. -As canhe said for Cobb.- i -But. TrlniSueaier, even more. than Cobb, is 'he. llle and sicew an3 win- ning With Johnsun.Bone the .Washington .evf tt dangerous.' you tahe. the figures trighf' down .line, in fact you will pretty come to the conclusion that the .pne-nian. icams'' are not tie1. .host taings In the world when it epmes to steady winning. Take the winners of yeir, thd Cincinnati Reds WJiite Sox, who had sucli 'R, fine h'itjle for world honors. Neither or: them can be classed as a one-man team. TJoth were in charge -of veteran managers, men who. Jcrog: since quif the playing end of It. 'Their success, too, was no doubt .due to ttar wide view or teams whenever a" .Weak point developed and keeping- In slock enough -first-class surp'lus-play- Ipg nmterla! to .bolster, their -teams whenever they .needed bolstering and wlienerer an 'accident Despite Efforts' of Super KM Men Defeat Comes to Mediocie Club, ..There are four essentially one-muh le.-'.nis Jn the. Americanrle'ague. They are the Now York with Ruth, the Cleveland with. Speaker, the De- troll with "Cobb 'and the 'Washington with tucir great pitcher, Waller Jolin- .Eon.-Take awsy thoso, super- lieprivcdc them r and use- of the ful player. Few Teams Successful -Go hack farther than last fall and look down the .line-mid vou-wlll notlia lhat but few of 'th'o one-man teams The Detroit'one-man tea'm'won the American league pennant in 1S07 and 1SOS; two of CqbKs best years, bat It has never beeuV.ihe same'.team, since, ick ft, .tu IJUL' U10,' could scarce' called 'a ote-mau team. Althbu'gfr.fn Vibsqiute''.'control of Hack, ''ali- arountl .arKjEizaUAi; thb'ir'i'n anil out fields .-'-their pitching.. flaffj when they irere at tf jlr'best-.: 'Tfiat'-Mack was not''jlroMhe was" proven when he flayers and could never again get'his team back in the front row.'; The one'-nian'Washtngton'lAmerlcan eapue team, depending almost abso- lutely and entirely on Pitcher Waller Johnson to keep It in the running has never yet.besn able to win-a flag. Mathewti'ri Geis Credit On the other'hand, Mathewson was given nearly all the credit for the fine standing of the-.New York National league-team when it'won flags'year after year, but the Giants kept on winning even after Matty had passed the top crest of his usefulness so that the Gianls can hardly bo 'claised as a one-man tesm. Pltlsburg was for a con- sidered a one-man team.. With the wonderful Hans Wagpar.'-the'Smoky won a she has.wou rw. peunanls. since ;then, though her star for.'years' BASEBALL Major Minors Results and '7 L-eagae NATIONAL LEAGUE SUITS FOR FALL AND WINTER Men marvel a the niceties of style and fit in 20th Century Brand Clothes Never EO good as this dred-to choose from. BERT MEN'S SHOP r HOME OF 2CTH CENTURY BRAND CLOTHING 'ALEXANDER HOTEL BLOCK ON THE CORNER" Boston i g i Meadows and Wheat; Gowdy. (No others scheduled.) 'AMERICAN LEAGUE BrJoklyn New York Cincinnati PIttsburg Chicago St.-Louis Philadelphia Won. Lost. Pet 90 60 .500 S5 65 .668 80 C9 73 77 79 77 73 7: 61 61 ;537 .613 .487 .477 .409 .40-7 Split a Double BOSTON, Sept, V29.-33oBtoiSi and Philadelphia divided teainVTrfiining'i- to 0 and 5 ip i; ill header,; '.hour, and five minutes., PhHnd'eipiilii vi. 0 Boston 7 0 Smith and WiUirow; Ocschger and 0'iVeill. i Second game: n. 11. B. Philadelphia Son Herald Football Competition Week ending Oct. close midnight Oct. 1 governing the competition are as follows: 1. The competition will be called The Herald Football Competition. 2. Competitors will be entitled to many entries as they dealrc, pro- vMed each entry fs accompanied by nesrtay and cheques to successful competitors will Ijo Mailed immcO- lalely (n receiiil of confirmation by 'lie Athliillc Hewn. 0. All entries must bo posted or [Ml4al IH1 POSlCIl 0] Iwonty-flvo cents, and coupons lo Delivered to The Herald before Iho number of entries. UHUIB mi i 3. Co'mpelltors must cross out the names ol the duba they think (fill lose and cross out the names of consider a.ilraw win rc- iiiH.L i. Coupons can only bo secured !rom the sporting page of The lier- ild. 5. All monies receiver) wiii Iio re, turned In prizes, The amount anil numbers .of prites .Will be published avery MonSay morning' for that week's games..- Hesults of competi- tions will published every Wed- nlghl on Fridays. A Friday" post- mark from points outside of the city of Lethliririfc will bs considered as tonlainlug a Icgitimalu entry. 7. Tnrj name anil address of the councillor must be clearly marhcrl an each coupon. V, Slauips must not he .13 )ayment for entries. W. fnlrios must ho addict- ed -to the Kdilor, Kootliall Cor-orli. lion, Herald, Let h bridge. 11. The Sporting Editor's decis- ion will be final. 12, Employees of The Herald are barred from, tho competition. Cleveland Chicago Nek'; SU Louis i1'.. Breton Washington Detroit Won Lost Pet 90 5! .640 195 74 73 73 .69 .-.817 06' 80 .477 81 .474 91 .393 4S 102 13.' S': MORE TRUTH THAN POETRY IT IS EASY TO BE CHEERLESS rs. Jloro forlnnato tho cheerful slave Than la tho sullen, cheerless king! No wisdom's needed to believe The world goes on from Bad to woreo, Or sit fn Idleness, anr] grlovo Because one has'a flattened purse It. never, pays lo Jouraey far In .search of or sights; We need not rush where troubles arc To-vindicate our precious rights, Why turn to look through every crack To see what lurk'heMnd? Wo prize too much the we lack, Too often think tho fates unkind. Why not look out for things to praise, Anil be courageous and alert? Who still believes H ever pays To mnirnify th? little Irirt? With valiant hopes awl words of cheer The man whopo purposes are sound Hunts with a vision that is clear Where grace am! goodness may be found. It never takes the fretful long. Hoivnvnr hrlphl M.n 5tv or To flnil. that '3 MlUk aH'' lmth foolish only, think it wise tlicy have had: They cheat Inemseivc.i who close tlioir eyes whjit Is goorl, see the The hoppfu! r.nil lli6 strong ;mtl I'eltoiTO Iho in WE ARE IN FAVOR OF LETTING THEM DECIDE "Women dross to suit Ihems'clveK." says one of Ihem. She may be right. Perhaps they undress for the same reason. STRANGE AS IT WAV SEEM The Governor of South Carolina s.iys ho expects his stale to go Demobrallc this falL Ue may thjit .-m expect Christmas to come a week aheail of New Year's i TO lfon parly's ramlMnte for the Tresitlency reminds of tho aliscnt-mind- cil professor who ROM around Iiuntliig for firs speclaclGK when he hr.s Ihcm on. HER ITHAIUNG NIGHTIt Shn still has clothes to screen her From anl-lc lo her head; But, being vory much In slyJc, She hides her ngufe only while She Is dressed to be In bed Clean Sweep ST. LOUIS, Sept. made a clean sweep of the four-game series with St. Louis, winning today 10 to 2. By winning Cleveland ad- vanced another 'half game ahead 'bf Chicago, making them pie a'nd'a half games ahead of'Chicago for the'league championship." 'Score Cleveland 10 St. Louis...... 2 Coveleskle and Weilman; Vangilder and Severeid. Six Homers PHILADELPHIA, Sept- Sii home runs featured today's double victory over Philadelphia by New York by.scores of 7. lo 4. The second game went 11 innings Lewis' homer. In .the Ural inning of the double started Now York victory. First it -H. B. New York 7 10 1 Philadelphia............ 3 10 6 Collins and Hannah; Harris, Keefe and Perkins Second .Game Now DUO PlilladelriU 4 ID Shaxvkiy and Hoffman Hasty anj alkcr PAC1HC COAST Portland 4; Seattle C. San Francisco C. Los Angeles 0; Oakland S. Salt Lak'o 5-3; Sacramento 7-7.' AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Toledo 10; Kansas City 8. (No others achiduled.) IS FAVORABLE CLEVELAND, Sept.- 30. Bshllj'' Leonard, lightweight champion Jack Britton, holder of the welter weight title, will meet here tonight Leonard is a 10 to 8 fnvbrlt" The body of Kirks i'imlolt, aged 2P; years, and Eon of Rev. W. S. Pimlott former Methodist minister, was fouuj r in a field near his home at Quoyon, n-lth a bullet-wound In his head. H Is-believed to be a case of suicide Station Sonlec St.6.tfpn for the famous K-W Magnoto.B; All makes nicsnetps, -generators, coils paired.-., Full stock of repair parta caji ried. All work guaranteed. MAGNETS RECHARGED. the Roy Electric Gfli SIB 4th Avenue South PHONE 735 PHONE 666' FIFTH STREET Fashion-C raWClothes New Arrival Of YOUNG MEN'S SUITS The'pick of the continent for model built on smart the classy touch- that look are just as good as they look.- We offer these Suits In a wide janeo cf malerlala-every fabrlc.excoriUonaf quality weave-In n host of' patterns-aimethfnK (o please every pye. Maiiy nnd doutjlo'breasicd -Bach model dlstinctlte-lolB to them. LOUIS KEEL SHOP OF FASHIOrV CRAFT CLOTHES ind THE-FLORSHEIM SHOE OLIVER BtOCK, 318 FIFTH STREET ;