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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta OCTOBER 2, 1914 THE LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD Umpire Klem Cleans New York Bench on Account of Too Boisterous Goat-getting .New York, N.Y., Oct. Klem established lylmt is believed to a record in haaeball history at the game between Boston and Now York National leaguo In the seventh liinlngi, while the Giants were at bat, Klam' book'.exception to wtiat he re- garded as unusually loud talking on tho'New York tench. ordered; the to lower their voices. Deciding- presently that! ho had not fceen: obeyed, Klem directed thnt the bench he.cleared of everybody, raceiit acting 'managr. Mike Donlin-and the bnt boy. Christy. Jlathe'wson lieMetl the banished players, and they march- ed single file, ihand's on one another's shoulders! Hcrois llii field to the club JIOUBO, indicating in their progress the EC-called lockstep required of convicts In some prisons. IS WOUNDED French Heavyweight Victim of Battle of the Paris, Oct. Georges Car- .-pe'rilier, tlw> .famous boxer, has been seriously wounded 'while fighting In the battle of the Alsne. He is In a hospital at Lyons. Carpentier's latest fe'at in the ring was to win from Gunboat Smith, the American heavy- weight, in London, in the lat- tor part or July! He was prac- tically matched to fight Jack Johnson, but Uie outbreak of the war prevented the match. He is -the boxlnr idol of France, and has won approxi- matdy tn the INMAN .TAKES FALL OUT OF HQPPE KILBANE-ATTEL BOUT OF.F San Francisco, Cal., Oct. Johnny Kilbane refused to post a for- feit for' his appearance in the rlnff with Abe Attel on November 20, the fight scheduled for that da'te lias been called off. Kil'banet is preparing to jieave.for his home in Cleveland. At- tel reached San-Francisco yesterday from-.Los Angeles, and learned of the death of-bis-mother in .this .city. New York, Sopi: of to- day's', third, go, ..in .the international-billiard contest heiween Mtlboiirn Ionian' of England and Wil- lie Hoppe of this city were playcil on ithe-ilxlZ table, and Inman again led American by a total si ore oi 2103 to .1925 for five games, which is 'the total ot two 500-pohit balk line and three 600-point English bil- liard matches. In tonight's session Inman in 23 in- jiin'g's scored 601, points, while Hopjo tallied 301 in .22 innings. During the play..both rncn.found the ivories rathr tho one remaining thing necessao to completely dreg tue grand old game out of the mire into which certain narrow-minded e been thrusting it since time Immemorial It has been pointed out that what is good j for Great Britain and France is good enough for Canada f Prior to the out- break of hostilities in Europe, it had become general for the-presence of large of ladies at the ringside during important fistic encounters. Paris was the first city to encourage the fair sex to attend boxing shows, and the new move was immediately af- terwards adopted m London, where it proved popular So much so, that it the last half-dozen or so big battles in ths Metropolis, female representa- tives of the most aristocratic families in Old England patronized the entertainments. And that it -has been tor the good of tne ga .se nobody can dispute. It is a regrfc.la.ble fact that at even the conducted boxing eh owe there are always a cer tain bunch who make themselves un- pleasantly conspicuous With lad'ss present tills class will be eliminated." DIRECTUM'S NEW MARK Columbus, Ohio, Oct. 1. Directum I., tha New York pacer, driven by Raj Snadecker, yesterdaj afternoon, over the Columbus track, gave to Ike lirat defeat that this Indiana four- year old has taken in a racing career of two seasons. To do so the chutnut stallion was forced to pace the first mile In 1.58 and the second in 200 The time of the first Is the fast- est eve? made in competition, and the race a world's record The for one heat was 1 made two weeks ago at Detroit, by Frank William in tho bet- ing sold favorite at to Af- ibe'flMt beat odds shifted to one' on Dlwctum I. The iwrses had You will "B One of 200" clean, live fellows. The physical work makes strong, vigorous bodies. Swimming round. Lots of fun Pool. the year in Gymn and 5. interesting and helpful Bible study. 6. Good Magazines and Games. down and 20 cents per week (10 weeks) for boys years. 40 cents per week (10 weeks) for years fiO cents per (10 weeks) for boys years FOR ALL PRIVILEGES UNTIL OCTOBER. 1ST. 1915, Calgary, Sept. was received today, from the trustees .of the Manii.Cup that'.tlie protest of the Chinook against the Vancouver A.C.liad been upheld .by the trustees, and.the been awarded to the Calgar> The.decision came as somewhat of a surprise to the local 'lacrosse hoys, had about gnen up .hope of re- ceiving, 'BJiy, consideration from the trustees. The trouble was started "when the Vancouver team piotested the playing or Bill Marshall of the Chinook team. The protest was not made until the teams Tvere ready to take the field. After- some delay the game was, gone on with, Mai shall being Itept the Chinook line-up. After the Vancouver protest was handed in, Jfanager McKinley handed in a protest against Kendall, who was playing; with the Vancouver team, al- leging that he' had' money for playing the Vancouver would not take thfe protested player Off the field, and he played In both Later the cont ooks umbla and AJberta1 amateiu and Kendall-wag riot allowed tentious of "the, p ftgMast s itlff wind on the against Br'ampum, "th'e' next Are you with us? Yes! Are you helping to make .this town a place which we will be proud of'I Beauti- ful homes, beautiful streets, good schools, good.churches, and 'convenient stores. .We can accomplish this in only one way and, that's through co-operation. We believe in commuiLhy wealth a.nd we believe that you do, too. Why not purchase everything in your home town? Thus we are helped. Have-us make your clothes. Deal at home costs no more; besidesLit saves time and trouble. Its worth while to have a conven- ient TAILOKING ESTABLISHMENT and one that stands ready to assist you al- ways. T. C. RIDPATH Phone 730. CASH TAILOR. 403 5th Street South. JUDGE JACKSON AND W. A.-BUCH- ANAN HAD ROUSING RECEP-, T1ON FROM BOY MEM- BERS gained elsewhere, and added: "It lelps you those Qualities of character that are .so necessary to good manhood." He added! further :hat boys were growing up with 'a hatred of other countries.' "Tils is he said, "for the boys and girls of other countries are not re- sponaible- for conditions. It is those lolding high, offices, who have wrong and are.the cause of >-ar and disturbance." Mr. Buchanan closed'Ma talk by Baying that ha hoped every boy there would loin the Y M.C A. The final rally of the "B one of 200" campaign of the Boys' division of the Y.M.C.A.. 'was a howling success: Nigh unto 200 boss crowded the swim- ming pool jnd gymnasium, every mother's son them bubbling over with determination and enthusiasm. After they had been treated to the greatest time of their lives, indulging in rope-pulling contests, blind boxing, eating competitions, -which only the lucky ones aliened to participate in, and other sports too numerous and to mention, tils hoys listened to wise words ot counsel from Judge ,1 A. Jackson and W A. Buchanan, M.P. The Judge spofce briefly, indicatms the possibilities that lay before each of. the "bojs present, and how- they might make the best of these. In brief, he said "Every one ol you boss think tint Uie school, the city) the country, and the Empire to which you belong, is the very best In ev- iry community there are boys, who fill our penitentiaries, and "there are thole who will load their fellow-men to .lusher things: vho.wlll occupy posi- tions of high esteem. will determine to a larto extent the place you will eventually fill.'1 I re- member two tootbafl play- ed fair and clean sanies; the other played to win, legardlesVof fairness and rules. The men of the first team always' had a and today hold positions of honor, and ai e enjoy- ing life because they are playing fair. The men" of the lattertteam live today the way they played-jears ago En- vironment caused the difference Choose your companions, bojs. Join the Y.MO.A, where you will be In au jitmospjwro of good comradeship W. A Buchanan began by stating that he "believed more In Y.M.C A. tonight than ever before'.' spoko of tho development gained in the gym- nasium and reading room, and In tin good fellowship that BIG FEATURE TO BE SHOWN AT STARUAND For tonight only, the greatest of all motion picture feature productions "will bo shown at Starland This extraor- dlnan attraction, entitled "Circle will be seen in two Wg reels .which; are. made uu entirely of new thrills and new sensations, and is a long to be remembered'by all who are 'ortunate enough to -witness it tonight. There will also be seen at Starland to- night many other productions all vell up to the Starlaiid but 'Circle 17" has the management's per- sonal guarantee of being1, without ex- ception, tha best sensational feature ever exhibited at, this popular theatre Theatre-goen of', Lethbridge wfil re- member thia iblg special is being shown tonight only at usual prices of admission. TODAY PATRIOTIC DAY AT THE EMPRESS The Belgians are sadly in need ot all the help Canadians can giva them, and Lethbridga theatregoers have their chance of helping this brave 1ft- tle nation bj patronizing the Empress Theatre tonight. management have made arrangements with Messrs; Bowman and Downer, who are rn charge of the Belgian Fund, wjwreby 20 per cent of the day's receipts will be Induded as part of tho Lethbridgo donation to the fund, and we are con- fident that members of this commuu- ity do their best. Seats 'rtouli" be secured as early ae possible, rush is expected. The programme to- daj includes the first instalment ofo the "Nina ot tha Theatre" These storlesi are written especially tor Altee Tho orchestra are wilj sing at urevllli; Bnrt'i HoW Scotia bulMlmffl .mn ;