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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. OCTOBER 1 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD "The Million Dollar Mystery" Episode Leap From An Ocean Liner PAGE HB, TONIGHT ONLY INITIAL D On Tueedav. X.MV York GiaiiU I BOW their hope of winning tho tional league pcnnnm for JDH enlir so Ihe IJosiou 13ra-vea will' fruiijfli; with the I'hilinlelplila Itillcs for l.he world's Therefore It behooves [HB dopCEtM to lay on thfi from now until period of eventful happenings, What IB Dope'' Dope it; a domestic unniial that is found in various umions of the Un- ited Slates. It snlisi.siK chiefy unon the imagination inul money of the baseball fans. Unlike many of the domesiicuted anlmalu, k awaits the Spring before going somli. Dope Is not faithful as the man's best frleml, but is more on Uie order of the feline, turning- anil tin i; HB friends at tho slightest opportunity. With this slight inlroducl'lon, Tnaledlctlou, we will prc.rped with.the ON THE .ERIES hi a regulars arc hitting over iO nmrli, wlillo Connolly oi the is tlie only regular owning a within the cliarmoil clrcu of real rs. Athletics Look Best Irmsldcrln? the leani Jroni all anglc-j trie the pitchers' box, the student [form la 1'orcetl to iuni toward thu tics, no inattur lu what direction sympathies Ik1. '.And yet, as was alibied in the first liaragruph, dope is nue of tho must de- ceiving of all obstacles deep con- iGmplaUou; treacherous, eel-like and a-s flighty as a Georgia, colored citizen who is fired with the zeal of an evening's soinu Those playinj with the gin bottle. form, up douljt, '.vill examination of the tho dope in thecasoofi pick the AthloticB with exceeding c.ire ponderous those who believe in the of may hup; may string along tliu and may win. between Cornelius "MctJillicuddy ml teams, ,'ancl George .Tccumseth (lie TERMS 111., Oct. 1. Pro- slUent Gllmcre of. Die Federal league, declared last nlgbt that his organization stands ready to end tbo present dlsobtrous baseball war on "rah- and lion- bralile" terms, and said he would welcome any notfotla- tiona to Unit end. He emphatically denied tnal terms had boen offered to or- ganlzed baseball, such us talc- Ing cure of Chicago, and Brooklyn clubs. v Made Threat Against Judge Gets Four Free Treatment Piles Somplo tretitment of Pyramid Pllo Ihmiedy mailed free for trial givui quluk relief, stapi itching. blOL'dlnir or protruding iillt'S, bcmorrholda H7id nil .mglal troubles. In Lhu prlvncy of your own home. Pyramid KODiody IB for Biilo ob all druffffluts, 60c a. box. Large Crowd at Carmangay Fair CONTINUED KKOS1 KKONT I'AGH Mail this Coupon to thoFYRAMID DRUG COMPANY. GIG Pyriuiiltl Uldg., Marshall, Mich., with your full nnmo und wcldrcRH on ii Blip of pit per, and Mimple trent- nionc of Hie great Pjrunild Pile Itumody. bo Heniyoiintonco by mull, Fit BE. In pluln wmppor- Bask., Oct. ut- tered threats of violence against the Judge and the r-.i when he- should come up for sentence, Barney Dornn, convicted of a serious crime against n little girl iu ihls city, was, though Ibe custom of (he court la handcuffed when lie appeared before J-jztlcc. Lament this morning. He re- ceived a sentence of four years. '.That's he muttered and the danger of an outbreak passed. .Barney Doran, late of Winnipeg, is NATIONAL First Iloston In the matter of club batting the' preponderance of the dope seems to :a trainer of prize fighters, and on sev- fiivor the tall tactician o' the City of prai occasions has proved himself -a Brotherly Love. are hitting to the lively and enchanting umo of .263 as opposed to the smoother bludgeon refrain of .'244 113 wielded by the Hnives. In (lie matter of club fielding, the Philadelphia, crowd Is one point be- hind the Hoatonese, thi> StaHhiRS crew possessing a club record oT .SlfiC. Philadelphia, has. up 10 the present scored 11-12 runs the 485 scored by the Boston tram. Philadel- phia bus maiie 117K hits as opposed (o 102-1 manufactured by Boston, anil thP Athletics have stolen 100 bases ngalnai, the 101 thefts ot the National leflgue leaders. Baker, Collins and Mclnnls of Urn Great Is StalllngB :ind brainy and tremendously alert is John J. Evers; and yet witlilii the brain centre of Connie .Mack works one of the most crafty baseball minds Lhac this old world has ever sdixiriiiKly upon. If we should and the choosing is made with the weigh ted knonlcdse that a short ser- ieB IE the most uncertain thing in the world. .In a short series the pitchers mean a .large per cenl. of I3os- ton. has conclusively proven that it liae the pitchers. LOBEHT MAY MANAGE PHILLIES Third Sacker Expected to Take Dooin's Place in 1915 ..Philadelphia. Pa.... Sept. reported "iii baseball circles here lo- day that unless there is an unexpect- ed hitch, John B. Lnbert, third 'base- man of the Philadeljiliiii National lea- gue team, will be made manager of ihe club at B meeting of the directors of the organization lo be, held this CHIFEDS CAN'T PLAY NEGROES Rube Foster's challenge to.the Chi- cago Federals to play a post-season Berlee with his colored team will go unanswered by President Weeghman. "Foster has askod several times for a .post-season series, and f told him left Chicago that the could not said President TVeegh- man. NORMAN" The NEWEST mulch Tor four fettered. constables, when un- FAMOUS BALL PLAYERS SECURE BOYS FOR "Y" Tcsrcau, Schauer and Johnson, Hecond game- Boston..................... New York Batteries ami Oo Meyers i of MeadoVbrook won the 'specia'l prlzp for the ItusL display ot1 'veKQlableB. Mr. Kins took 1C first and seconds. The display of ladles' work, dom- entlo products, lionise dairy products, etc., and qf children's work, was somewlLaA sinull in cotriparlHon lo last but olie (jualiiy made uji for the derlciency Theae claasca were most efflcienlly judged by Miss Hanmi and Mrs. Owen of High Hlver. The poultry building curried Sfiveral good exhibits, but the number was not up to the standard. Mr. Miissey of Hlffh River judged. The most noticeable feature In con ncctlou with tho fair, was the loya JEuuport accorded the directorn of the 'Agricultural society by the people in I the district. A-fair cannot be made a j success, no matter how bard the di rectors work, unless the people I port them, tmd (Uib can be truly 3aii i of the farraure in the Carmangay dis j j ti'ict. The crowd was beyond .a jiueclatiun. and was truly grgtirying v Visitors from all along the Aldersyde including Lethbridge, as well as from the- line from Calgary lo ilac leod attended, and If a vote could be taken all would unhesitatingly cas Crutclicr ajid Whaling anil Mathewson, 0'- Toole, JIarquard ;and .Me.yeis. Eight innings, tic, called Hrooklyn 2, Philadelphia 1. St. Louis 1, Pittsburg 0. AMERICAN Philadelphia -S, Washington 1. Cleveland fi, Ohicago 5. Detroit 0, Bt. 'Louis 0. LAJOIE MADE BASEBALL RECORD Hans Wagner, tlie world's greatest 'hall placer anil famous short, slop oi tlis PiltshuuR Pirates, helped out in n membership campaign for the Piltsburg Central Y.M.C.A.I Two sides representing the two major! leagues, the Americans and the Ma lionals were chosen. Hans signefl.up with tbe ''Amtricuns'' with .a. ini- iijuc contract drawn in iniprcssivtj form, with the "In v consideration of a salary til FEDERAL BnlTalo 10, Pittshurs 1. Brooklyn S, Baltimore .1.' ludianapci'is 3, Chicago 0. a ballot that would ho complmentary The attractions were run oCE wlthou delay, and -were of it high order. consisted largely of horse races, anc everyone took an Interest in them. When Cleveland, beat the High land era in the first game of a double-header Monday, v Napoleon Lajoie of Cleveland made, his IlOOOth hit, it bcins two-base hit, the ball hit be- ing taken out of play and pre- Lajoie as aoon as he reached second. It Is expected lie will be called upon to play. "no more tbis year. _ V WITH AMATEUR BOXERS The Alexandra sample rnoms were I-'available last niglil for-tho efs so the hoys went elsewhere anil had a good''workout. The promoters announce that tho prizes will consist cf cups and lucd- als for lirsb and second in each class. wm- v It will be optional wilh Lite ners whether they take a cup or medal as 'a .prize.' E. wired i-o Toronto an worth of good will oi the Youny Men's Christian Association." Tho j New York coiil-ract was to he forfeited to the! St. Louis "Nationals" if they led during 'the campaign. Heedless lo aay, the "Am- Brooklyn liricans" kept Wagncu on. their side. Philadelphia The idol oi the PiUsburg fans cnter- just into tlie game with heartiness Christy Mathewson -did the Briauclifi, N7ew York, Boys' Membership campaign, and Clark Griffith with the members of .'the Washington, D C., Boys' Division, when he told Vnem that just what they urere getting in the "Associa- licR1' ---'.vas what every baseball player "a gooii physique and a good character." INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE .IN. HOCKEY EAST Miqniry ,anc.iit thu last tournament riiedals, and found that a mistake had tocnjsnadc in the order, which causes delay: They will be here Monday at 1he it is expected. I Tom Lu'BJi.-tlie genial trainer, is get-ting the hoys in good shape, for bouts; Thanksgiving. No two of Montreal. Quc., Sept. 30 RenresentEtives of the .National Hocliey club of this city, Bos- ton and New last week met, and are said to have prac- .tically closed a deal whereby 'these two ckies will join in a pfofeSBlonii'l hockey league. It- is said to be (lie intention of the to try and place a club in Ottawa or Quebec, and. failing this lo s'tnr't club in Jlontreal. i lie same weight are allowed, t-o hox Bros. TO-MORROW Watch To-morrow's Paper Pittsburg Cincinnati NATIONAL W. L. sn su SO B7 78 Bfl 75 73 72 75 72 7fi IH 83 58 London, Oct. 1- Tlu'rly Mornioi missiunaiiBS appeared in the oflices o: the American reliel committee today having arrived in London after mud: trouhle iroin tlie various vv-ar .Most of tlicm camo from Germain and Austria, but a few are from Bel- gium and France. Those who had heen in Germany and Austria hail been arrested 'as English spies -and they exjiericnceil some dillieulty in proving their na- tionality. Two" hundred .Mormon .missionaries, headeti by Elder Hiram Valentine, will remain in. Europe and make their -135 headquarters Basel, Switzerland PQJ i from..which point they will carry on J their work as far as possible. Pet. .814 .544 .531 .507 .190 .-187 AMJEftlCAN Ph'ladelpliie Boston Washington 77 71 Detroit 78 72 St. Louis H8 82 New York ,G7 80 Cleveland SI 100 .658 .603 I .520] 520 .453 I .45K .338 WINNIPEG TO HAVE TWO BASEBALL CLUBS St. Boniface Organ- ization..of Northern Minneapolis, Sept. Pinchsr Sept. Lieut.- the North'ern league magnates finish- ed their re-organization work today Lhere was not much left.of- the .old Northern league! It will be a .six- town loop in "the future, and Duluth and Superior Ere the 'only American towns lefL St'. Boniface and Port Arthur are-JLlie Canadian en- trants. Fargo-Moorhead, Grand Forks, Wlnona and Virginia have been.poop- ed off. The new league is put on a ten-year basis, and John Burmeistar will reign as president for that period. Col. Hasscll and Capt. .Jplliffe, oi the Imperial army vcic heie on Mon- iday and. Tuesday purchasing re- mounts. 'There wore .a large number iof horsrs shown and in all, 38 were purchased. The price paid ranged from J125 5150. Several ranch- ers refused to let their horses go at. the figure offered, pmbahly think- ing a larger, price would the officers return here month.. Tic district is CHIP; BEAT.- MURRAY San Francisco. Cal., iSepL Chip or Newcastle, knocked out "Fighting'; Billy Murray Petaluma, CuL.'ln the fourth round of a.schedul- ed 20-round fight here tonight, it was the second meeting of the Chip having .knocked out Murray' in 14 rounds on July -1. weights. Both are middle: Ty Cobb say the pennant looks ae-. the AtlilcticE. 'Ty. ought to inow; he 'made It that way. RINK HABIT RELIABLE HOVE TREATMENT ORRINB Drink Habit c> liite confldence. for TTliiBkey, b itlnmlinti. Th (ully'uied It K lo Href of Can be giran Mr box. It from ORRIN Qbhay: will. free booklet Red Crou blpcl msnt lor uaed with febio- Ititroyi all deilrc other alcoholla ida have aucceai- ive been mtored uiefiilDBRf. only Jl ill to set remlU. your __ Afk lor Jl about ORRINB tore, Ltd, price >yould be paid when in about; a over oleven dollars richer by sale. A large number of .the: horses rwcre refuEod on account or poor condition; also a- number .were, too springy in the Prohibition Campaign Here Was a Success The last petition in favor of prohib- ition went forward to 13dmonton yes- terday, and the united petitions from electoral divisions all over the prov- ince will be presented to the legisla- ture when it meets on October 7. The petitions circulated' in .Leth- liridge.bear over 700 names, and as Ihe minimum hiimhef Vequlred from this district was. only some 290, it is apparent'" that a very "strong temper- ance sentiment is developing here. The petitions are signed .by all .classes and the names of sohib of the most prom- inent Lethbrldge citizens are inscrib- ed ori the same aheet with those of the: humblest foreign-born laborers. 'Practically every man approached seenia' to .have tlie feeling ;that time, has for some radical ac- tion 'against .the traffic In intoxicating that it is not a. "problem of the 'end- to "be attained, but tlie method'.. the a tern- ancp! worker. eipecUrt.thaL the legislature will present the 'whole question tor a- vote tile, people within the .next ten months and as this means eliminate all party lam. InVcpnnectlon with tbe problem, It a j on Id be n good test of' the real opinion of the coimlry rcg peeling prohibit loo. Finger Prints The moat sensational Detective Story ever written, will bo shown for the LAST TIME TODAY, AT THE EMPRESS BE SURE TO SEE IT Friday is our PATRIOTIC DAY. 20% of the day's receipts will be donated to the Belgian Funfl. Gather up all your IrlondB and help a. worthy Clause We are showing en that d3y "Nina of the Theatre" The first of ihe AJke Joyce Series COMING MONDAY AND TUESDAY: A Ml 111 Oil Paid" The great 1J road way Star Vllagraph Feature In 5 Parts. MONARCU ivi THEATRE L L TO-NIGHT "ACROSS THE ATLANTIC" Featuring the universal favor- ite. King Baggot, and the world famous British and Gorman Av- iators, Claude Graham-White and Gustave Ham el. "MADE IN ENGLAND" DONALDSON LINE TO SCOTLAND LOW RATES; GOOD SERVICE. One-class cabin, oniy to Glasgow, and from Glasgow; hlrd-clasa, closed cabins, Rates subject to change'without notice. SAILING FROM MONTREAL. S.S. "LETITIA" October 31st All information cheerfully fur- nished1 by authorized agents, or H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent. 349 Main St., Winnipeg. STARLAND HAS GOOD FEATURES TONIGHT In to "The Million Dollar which is being offered; at Starland tonight, there ivWl also seen tbe great Ilex drama, entitled "At the Foot of the Stairs." A short syn- opsis of this-atirring-drama IB as fol- lows: The husband learns of hla wife's love for the other roan, hut does not suspect that she is planning to elope. The new maid arrives. The husband, n his happiness, finds time to'be kind to her. Used only to hareli words, tho ittlc muid .heeltales In. ber: plan of then. Night comes. The crooks, un> satisfied 'with, the maid's attitude, de- cide to cciEJclL-- tho robbery them- selvea, The stool pigeon, lias told the police who surround the house. Only a moonbeam lights the room at the !ot of the stairg. The-crooks hear a sound. With the trembling'maid, they lide as the wife comes down' stairs ready for flight The lover enters. The police run in. Thinking the lorer s. the thief, they attack him. In and out of the moonlight'pateh. they strug- The finish of the story tUrilling. See it for yourself? BIJOU THE FAMILY THEATBB England Declares War Scenes During The Crlilo At Last They Eat The Tragedy Ambition COMEDY Father's Temper BIJOU THEATRE Palhe's Gazette, which is showing at .he Bijou every. Wednesday and Thursday, is. proving- as popular as ev-er. A very fins picture is shovn of he British navy flagship, and of King George speaking with some of the of- Icera fleet. There some, very interesting views oE th> Towda in Paris and London, he declaration of war. Gnakell's orchestra is rapidly round- ng into shape, and it is only a matter at' a few more playing to- gether when their musical selections rill lie worth the price, of admission. Wo would advise the pjcture-golnff mbllc not to in IBB seeing Hazel Dawn n "One of Our Girls." It will be re- membered Jlise Dawa played the lead- ng role in "ThePink Lady." This Comedy drama will be at the Bijou on aud Saturday. HELP THE EMPRESS HELP THE -BELGIANS The management-of the Empress is lonatfng 20! per cent, of Friday's re- eipts to the Belgian fund, and as .this s a worthy cause, we hope L'ethbridge will respond. In a .man: er that will be a.credit'to the whoje ommunity at large.'.; Special .music s being arranged; Tor, a'sopd. progrdni r pictures, has been- secured, and Stan-, ey Jqrvls wfll slug at eatli perioiriii- nce. "Nina of the. the tint. f the Alice Joyce series, "will bo hpwn, so that; the fund avc their entertalnmenl -welhprorid- d for. _j ie luanagement: oeg to announce lial "A Million. the great Broad- way star feature Vitagraph Co., 'Ill be shown on Monday and Tuesday in in a raphic manner girl sold herself >..the'highest, bidder to satisfy her lother's -craving for position In lety McGRAW'3 LEMONS: Tamn McGraw lias two lemons, or ghml cost vhlch he 111 trade for a certain Georgia peach 11 FRIDAY HAZEL DAWN IN "One of Oiir Girls" Famous Player Production HELD FOR MURDER Photographer Shot Partner, and .Fat- ally Wounded Son Wounded Himself Quebec, Qua, Oct.' lapres, 460 St. Denis .street, was this morning haldlfoirtthe. arimiUr ni courts by; Its on a, ctiaree oJ murder. Teeter'day Laprep.] Bhot and killed Lli former .partner Jules Avcirne, in the latteria 'Studio, i and fatally wounded Laurie. 'hlinseit may die. .'i, ONLY SIXTEEN, lelli How She Wa. Mada Vegetable Compound, pteirow- New Orleans, La.7-" to expreu my gnti- tads to yon. I only 16 jearaoid and i work: in tiiuea: f actory. I hays been n very rick girl but I hmye improved wonderfollj ilaet taking Ljdis E., Pillkham's Vegeta- ble Compound wid.. am now looking >'clock .W.JI. n'.nla- Leth- and feeling ft', thonaand times AMELIA JAQUILLAHD, hoopitonlos St Pa. mpthur'''' alamied becausa I wu troablrf sappreasion. add had painri and sido, and leyere pimpleBon myfacc, iallow, my sleep was 'dlstut nervous yery.tii BO ambition. ,-LydiaE.M-" ctable Compound bis charm In my case and I In i-ii h.'.y f ;