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•RECORD OF ATTENDANCE AT
WORLD SERIES NOT LIKELY ! TO BE BROKEN THIS YEAR (Continued from Page One) land is approximately 20,700, while that of the Chicago White Sox is in the neighborhood of 35,000. The larg est series game at the grounds of the White Sox was 34,379, the official attendance of 42,620 estab lished at Roston in 1916, and even with the blue ribbon event of base ball being decided in a five out of nine series, the conditions established last year, it will be improbable for the parks of the National and Am erican league winners to combine !o ^ beat the attendance record ot 251, 901 in the series between th; lied unusual conditions and interest. After the coining world's scrims will have been concluded it is ex pected that the total attendance at the world series games since they were inaugurated under modern reg ulations in 1903, will have gone be yond 2,500,000. Up to and including the series between Chicago and Cin cinnati last year 2,253,842 persons paid to witness the contests in a total of 94 games. This makes an average per game since 1903 of 23,- j 977 persons. The attendance figures by series j since 1903 (no series having been Sox and Giants in 1912 exceol under played in mil) roiiow. *1903 Pittsburg (N. L.l vs. Boston (A. L.l 8 games 100,429 1905 New York (N. L.l vs. Philadelphia (A. L.l 5 games 91,723 •*906 Chicago (N.L.l vs. Chicago (A. L.l 6 games. 99.845 1907 Chicago (N. L.l vs. Detroit (A. L.l 5# games 78,068 1908 Chicago (N. L.l vs. Detroit (A. L.l 5 games 62.232 1909 Pittsburg (N. L.l vs. Detroit (A. L.l 7 games 145,295 1910 Chicago (N. L.) vs. Philadelphia (A. L. 5 games 124,222 1911 New York (N. L.l vs. Philadelphia (A. L.l 6 games 179.851 i **1912 New York (N. L.l vs. Boston (A. L.l 8 games 251.901 1913 New York (N. L.l vs. Philadelphia (A. L.) 4 games 150.992 1914 Boston (N. L.l vs. Philadelhpia (A. L. 4 games 111.009 1915 Philadelphia (N. L.l vs. Boston (A. L.l 5 games 143,351 1916 Brooklyn (N. L.l vs. Boston (A. L.l 5 games 162,859 1917 New York (N. L.l vs. Chicago (A. L.l 6 games 186,654 1918 Chicago (N. L.l vs. Boston (A. L.l 6 games 128.483 ; 1919 Cincinnati (N. L.l vs. Chicago (A. L.l S games 236,928 Total games played, 94; Total Attendance 2,253,842 ' * Not played under National commision rules. * *.s Record series. DRIED FRUIT COMING FROM AUSTRALIA SAX FRANCISCO. Oct. fi (by As-' sociated Press).—Australian dried fruit exporters plan to compete against California products in the. American market, according to Peter, J. Duffy, local importer and ex porter. who just returned from Aus tralia on a steamer bringing 1030 boxes of Sultana raisins for the New, ATork market from New Zealand. This is the first shipment of Australian dried fruits to this country, Duffy, said. California apples sell in Aus tralia for $6.50 per box. while the Australians ean sell their apples in America for loss than halt that fig ure, he said. SEEKS TO DISPOSSESS JAPANESE LAND OWNER YIF-AL1A. Cal.. Oct. 0 (by Associ ated I’tvssi. The state of California is seeking to disposes* 11. Suniina. a wealthy Japanese, of land valued at half a million dollars, in a suit pend ing brae. A petition was filed today to lake the case from state to federal courts. Now! Now is the time you need a checking account. Every payment your business calls for should be made by check. It is the only absolutely safe way. It is the most convenient way. It adds dignity and tone to your business. If you have no checking account, you should open one at once, and grow with your bank. We can offer you some attractive reasons why you should bank with us. TOTAL RESOURCES OVER $1,000,000 Largest Capital of any Ilank in the Territory COURTNEY AND BRONELL—TWO MEMBERS OF THE ELLIS VAUDE VILLE COMPANY WHO PLAY TO-MORROW AT THE EMPRESS. Sixty Steam-Heated Room*, Electric-Lighted Hot and Cold Water in Every Room With or Without B»th Cordova House DOOLEY & GREENIG Headquarters for Railroad and Mining Men Satisfaction Guaranteed :: Rates Reasonable BUY YOUR WATCH FROM AN EXPERIENCED WATCHMAKER. I CARRY A COMPLETE STOCK OF Howard, Hamilton, Waltham, Elgin ALSO INGERSOLL WATCHES PAUL BLOEDHORN, WATCHMAKER FOR CORRECT TIME PHONE 132 NEW WOOLENS ARRIVED! YOUR INSPECTION INVITED COME IN AND LOOK OVER THE NEW FALL AND WINTER LINE OF WOOLENS JUST ARRIVED. FINE BLUE SERGES. BANKERS' GREYS. AND HANDSOME BROWNS, ALL OF THE FINEST FABRICS HARRY NELSON (NORTHERN HOTEL) MERCHANT TAILOR :**?•** FIRST ANI) IN1VEUSITY STS. SEATTLE I AKLUNGTOJN MOTEL The Home of the Pioneer. ThisHotel is net and never has been owned or controlled by Japanese $1.00 ONE DOLLAR ROOMS $1.00 BUSS MEETS ALL TRAINS. J. J RYAN. Prop. ROBT. KELLY, Mgr. YOUR FURS MADE TO ORDER Beal work guaranteed. Low est prices. Over 2.000 Alaska customers. R. W. Drew Tacoma's Expert Furrelr Hth and B'dw'y, Tacoma, Wash. PEYSER. THE TAILOR will make your old hat look like new with his modern hat-cleaning out-fit. Bring your suit along with the hat or just TELEPHONE 188.— Advertise in the Daily Times WE SOLICIT YOUR VOTES FOR THE FOLLOWING DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES DELEGATE GEORGE B. GRIGSBY Democratic Candidate for Delegate to Congress FOR DELEGATE TO CONGRESS GEORGE B. GRIQSBY FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL FOR ALASKA J. C. MURPHY FOR TERRITORIAL SENATOR JOHN NOON FOR TERRITORIAL REPRESENTATIVES (Vote for Four) ALYCE E. ANDERSON RUSSELL R. IIERM ANN E. E. RAY | THOMAS M. SHEEHAN 1 ATTORNEY GENERAL J. C. MURPHY Democratic Candidate for Attorney General THE National Democratic Party in Convention pledged itself to the development of Alaska's Resources. THE Republican Party in its Platform failed to mention Alaska. WHICH PARTY WILL YOU SUPPORT ?