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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta .TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1914 THE LET H BRIDGE DAILY 11 E K A L I) PAGE THREE BOSTON (JONTENDEKS JfOK WORLD'S'BAMEBALL CHAMPIONSHIP M i i, infill. Hrnts from tilt cellar nosltioil to be 01 Id Serle contender In lici n udtcliul In baseball fan- even where fills Is ihi of the! llonal L-a-ue Jennnni Fourth 1.on, the left m the bottom row n, -oidolph, the pitcher, although tinned by lolin IlcGraiv has won twenty-four victories for Boston, defeating New York twice in two successive days. Top row 'left to right-William .lames, age 22; Ted.Gather, 25; Charles Deal, 23; George Davis. 25; Ensign Cottrcll, 26; Eugene Correham, .C; Otto J-less, 34; Leslie .Maun, 22; Harry 'Oowtly, 24; Charles J. Sclimldt, 27; Bert Whaling, -26. _ ..Middle' row-George n. Whltted, 2-1; Oscar Dugey. 34; George Tyler, i5; Paul Strand, 20; Joshua Devore. Lawrence Gilbert, -'.i; J. Cail.sle Smilli, Bottom'roSoseph Connolly, Milchcll, Connors, mascot; Richard .Kudolph, 28; Walter Maranville, 22; MaHili, 21; John ,I. ISvers, 31. ..._...' THE MYSTERY EPISODE NO. conspirators believe I'lori'iico drowned. Tlic'ir next movu IK to dlpcoKe of Xorloiv. Lacking [Us usual ke'jnness, through IK: is curtninyly hired to an olii tenement, is hammered into inseiislbiiily, robbed, .bound and beaten. He far out at sea on an old Iraini) Florence daringly reseller a maji drowning in thy ile proven to one of tiio conspirators. Dbcovtr'jd! Braine acts himself. He recaptures her, carries her on Ijoarii a palatial yacht. l''ii'e at sea! "To tile 'i'lle yacht's rnrvivors rfscned Ijy tramp freighter. Fato brings Florence and Norton toother and love fearlessly plans a miraculous escape from thfir enemies. A Strong Link in The Chain Of Mystery. Don't Fail To See this. Richard Crutcher, UPSET Ti Reversal of Popirar Opionion in Many Lines of Sport Has Been Frequent of Late Followers of baseball in all parts oi the -country '.Unlay are-figuring out tli; chances of the two .teams which will engaged -in the series for i the world's championship, namely the Boston -Braves ot: the National Lea- The Noblest Roman of Them All "This was the-noblest Roman of deal" hut to the disciple of fair them methods lie was always a warm His. life was'gentle; and the elements; fricnd-and he could distinguish with So m him that nature might t keen stand up 1 thy sav to all toe this discernment lielv.ecn thy and the unworthy. was I His generosity to the cause I sport was unsurpassed. His hand was I never slow when a donation was so1 By the death (if C, J. Eckslorm i liciicd, he that what it may.- An the community lias lost one of its eloquent illustration 01 his generositj most popular 'and progressive citi-' may he indicate, 1m the [ice use o zcns til in many .walks, of life his' the .Ubiety Partly the foothalUml MANDOT DEFEATS RIVERS Outclasses Mexican in Twenty Rounds at New Orleans New La., .Oct. After 20 rounds, of slow boxing .here today, Joe Mandot of New Orleans, was1 awarded the. de- cision over Joe Rivers. During the .first 10 rounds Rivers did not extend .himself, apparently waiting for a chance for n knockout, and from the Tlth round, when he attempted to meet Mandot at boxing, he was care iroin me paim 01 mi: "f f storm stood out" in rcliei-in er boasted or made any cheap bid for our little kingdom of sport here lie; popularitj-he _ known by his was the noblest" ftoinan of them all. his riyit hand _knew. baseball was his. hobby, and during his life in Lethbridge he has always been associated with the nought of his left hand. His charity was great in all things TOMMY PLAYS FOOTBALL luted most generously to and'and a _ favorite quotation of CUllLLllmucU imlov support. He was one of the original promoters of the Western Canada] its ham Lincoln is becoming oi him A lira- i British :Soldiers Tired of Inactivity in and "peripl'liiances ______ Die when 1 may- League in 1907, when the four prin-jBut I want it said by those.-who cipiil cities oi the province. Leth-; know me best, Athletics bridKC Medicine Hat, Canary and That I always plucked a thistle, n. ......------1 In -And planted a nower, Where 1 thought a flower would ami the Philadelphia of'-the. American league. While it is Kdmonton composed tf generally conceded that on past years when Brandon the '1 Saskatchewan cities cntarud the Trenches Chase the Pigskin appeari'to lie logical..favor- ites over toe Braves, 'many closo oh- tetrers of'the "trend bl sport, this seaso'n predict another startling up- B (i! .Certainly the. records in both and' iriternational .competi- tion this year are in marked contract or those, of 1913. and furnish erounds fcr his .blind faith .ill the continuation Kit the sensational iorm reversals which have marked almost every branch of duiing 1914. 'Whereas last year the United States representatives'won six out of eight international "trophy competitions, fthis'- season. wi knessed the loss of, the jiolouami tennis cups the defeat of American teams" of. players in the British tournament; the Univer- sity of Pennsylvania relay meet: English court 1e.nnis and in the Eng- .lish prize ring. Pour other interna- tional., motbrboat, aeroplane and1 Dalloon races were abandoned owing... to the European war. Th'e victories'of the Harvard second -crew at tire English Henley, and'Jay Oonli' over George-Covey in the world's. Court tennis champion- ship stand out as America's hostj showing. In a number of these con- tests .the victors wfcrc deemed to have .slim chance of winning previous to tiie matches. In; national'.- contests the .samo upsets continued. McLoughlin, victor over Brook'es and Wilding in tennis, .lost his national grow. league and' forme'd an eight club cir- cuit he, was -which position- lie-held -for two 1910- 11, succeeding James Fleming of Me- dicine Oat. His, while presi- dent of the Western Canada League was eminently sane and highly com- the games played while on an east- menriahle despite harsh criticism i ern trip. in some quarters it. was never sue- During Ins term of office in tht, cessfully assailed. Though mainly Western Canada attended strmncntal in'Lethbridge being a At the Battle Front, via Paris, Oct. .Freich soldiers were greatly surprised today, to see their British comrades, after the -long spell in the I retire to some distance in the inflate several footballs tills week, i British battalions had' lost a large pro- Mr. "Eck-'i portion of their-numbofs in the severe member of the .Western "Canada baseball he sympathy i Tents and became with the local club" to. prejudice himiine lorcmost men in in its favor while performing this knowledge of nas. ies in his ollicial capacity of league I mane him an authority on the game, The world's championship .baseball and begin lively games. Some of the scries, which commences was'an event which the la-----. storm followed with a great deal of I battles of. the last week, but the yesl ntcrcst Three vears ago he watched of the men for the sport 'was unabat- ed. Two battalions engaged in a reg- ular match, on the. result ot which some money changed hands. T.he play- ers stripped off their tunics and caps, the big annual convention of- the' but retained their footgear, wHich was clubs of America, held in [covered, with thick layers-of clay from acquainted with [the trenches, baseball. ial! affairs' that- MILE Ill Ills UUII.LU1 Ul _ president. He was alwajs fair to all.' and had the Western Canada His motto was a square deal to'measured to to his sne, it everyone. He btood [or all that was i too much to say tnat tne best in sport. To win was not so' would have been a possible essential to him as to be cleanly in j instead of an impossible one. methods oi achisvoment. He had a; Baseball has lost its best mend RECORD BROKEN loague :0moha; Neb., Oct. A. .JIc- Nell of Minneapolis lowered the a possible success; world's mile motorcycle record today mfghtv contempt for the one not be guided by the "square: lost a dear friend. too so'would have been _ ____ in j instead of an impossible one. i to 35 2-5' seconds. The previous record u a' Baseball has lost its best was '36'seconds flat, made at Los who all branches of sport have j Angeles .by Lee Humiston, also of Minneapolis. All-Rund Efficient Men the Aim of Y, M. C. A. The efficient life" is the life that all i moans of exercise, recreation and the physical department committee merely' education the highest men- to conduct only local tournaments moral efficiency of men -and and to eliminate the representative in the development team. A series of games ior the Class the best type of virile Christian. Trophy Shield will be played off in men should desire. strenuous is not In itself aim, but to be really efficient, physically and intellectuaHyrto-be'able to meas-i manhood. lire up. to standards set by Williams, who in turn was I modern life, is distinctly worth while, (isteatod b) Church a week, or so-lat- Endurance rather than the ability to cr fii: the' Intercollegiate champion- siiip. Francis Ouirr.ct, who defeated Rjy' and Vardon ip the sensational open golf championship matches of 1913, [ailed completely in his efforts to .wiii in the.. English, amateur, chain: put forth supreme-effort is called for by the -demands 'of >city. life. A clear eye, clean.tongue, shapely, body and the ability to move rapidly and precisely in one's daily work are. pio'Ship at Sandwich, as "well as in I some of the ends- to be achieved. th: American open; championship. He cisilv defeated Jerry Travcrs ior the amatiur title, hqwever, only to he defeated a tew days' later at Green- wich hv" a comparatively unknown Princeton student., FULTON B6NNELL WINS HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC CHAMPIONSHIP TROPHY, Fulton nonnpll: agiin yrath Clip! beins 'the champion in athletic wins the High school ...npion in atomic events both last( vcar and this year. Last year he had a hard litiht with Dale McKain to sc; cure the trophy, but this time thimis vere much easier for him, as will be seen bv the number ot points gained: Pts. Fulton Bnnnell W} Otorgc McKillop Tiie courses, offered by tile V.M.C.A. physical -keep'- 'these things in view, and seek to make men physically efficient'- by" .developing a normal a sound-digestion and a free circulation of .the body five games each, the calisthenic drill mat exercises, in-, set of team sweaters. A door'baselall, Volley ball, basket ball, class, league will be organized in the and other rtcreativc games. Jmuor- grade C ass leagues of indoor iVthe 'senior classes which cons sts of the young men and; .the bankers, the plan will also The gymnasium classes commenced yesterday'and the class schedule will gymnastic dancing, graded apparatus te K athletics, aquatics, basket ball- Business men every Monday and and wrestling special periods. i i'h'ursdav. from C. IS members In the High school and business' tlusicla'ss must be over 25 years boys' classes which form the inlermKj of a Young Men's Christian Association physical department to promote by ..lenVho seeli.Us advantages, and is -The juniors will have simple calls-1 from flexible enough'1 to aiisorb and uso the thenics mostly of the corrcctiio type, j High school Hoys from best and newest of modern methods. but less vigorous than for the above every Monday and Friday. H is the object oi tbe-tcthbridgc classes, also gymnasium games, ath-( TJjj ever' letics anil aquatics. Basket" Bi aquatic Ball-It is the intention of Tues- i day, at and also on Satur- day at 4.15 'to 5.15, and also on Saturday morning at CHAMPION ATHLETES OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS Alice pts. Edna Alibi and, Lillian Party, tie for This shield-is given to the class of for second with ftji.y 6 pts. each. Eirls wining tlie-greatest number of Jahtt Mcllvcna .Jean .'Logan .tie points I Ins vcar their a tor the Junior championship with 8 rlosc run Tor "the honor of holding points apiece 'this shield :'or the coming year. X. 2-Oratlc IX High School 3-Mr Hranrtovy, Fleetwood Central FairlmrU run's off with 'the I'ts, I bovb' 30 28', 20J' points, Manin ueognegan com- ms second with'12J .points; Percy Alonib being thit'l wrtfulOJ points championship run very i Hidpath'l'i-J, William tt'att 11J, Ber- tram "Collier 8J. Alan Robertson wins the Junior championship with 13 points anti Ar- thur Ahrens coming second with 9: The standings of tJie schools are: Central School KH i while the Special .Tuniors w on .Thursday'at 4.15-5.15. Fleetwood .School Westminster School Qalbraith School .118 ,65 10- NEW HALF-MILE RECORD Winnipeg, Man Oct 5 Barry's Dan C. created a new halt-riille record for Westei n Canada for three straight heats, when he covered the first and tnlrd In 103M and the second In 1 93H Dan D is a pacer, and made the record In the free-for-all at the The first three" In the Intermediate amateur matinee races here Saturday. The gymnasium is open for general exercise when not in. use by a class. The regulation uniform, wliich can be obtained'here, consists of a white sleeveless jersey, white, knee pants, supporter, and soft-soled shoes, Lockers in .which .to store one's clothes can: be. rented from 75 cents to per year, according to size and location." The particular class in which any uipmher will be enrolled is determined the physical direttoi Allei today, Ot-t 6th, the full schedule of claws will br carried out A copy of the. physical depart- mnnt rejulations, can be obtained at the V M C A. general office, and the secretary in charge be pleated td show )ou4hrough the builduu. no RENDEZVOUS OF THE ELITE n Double 2 PART BASEBALL STORY FEATURING HOME-RUN BAKER OF- CONNIE MACK'S ATHLETICS Screams-2 Tonight for the last time THE EMPRESS "A Million Bid" Vitagraph All Star Masterpiece in Five Reels An Absolutely Wonderful Scenic Production Sensational Shipwreck THE BROADWAY STAR LAST WORD IN FILMDOM SPECIAL ATTRACTION MISS LILLIAX SONSTEBY Straight From Now York. Some Girl. Have You Heard the Empress Orchestra? Publishers of West Convened In Winnipeg NATIONAL First Boston ......302 050 Brooklyn 000 Crutcher. and P. Tyler and McCarty. Second Boston .....003 000 BrooKlyn .........000 10Q AVinnipeg, .Man., Oct. a score of Western Canadian daily pub- lishers gathered in the city yesterday to attend tbe annual meeting of the I Western Associated Press, Limited, i when the President, H. H. Macklin, presented his annual address, and the l-'i- 0, treasurer, L. Roblin, the financial 7 2 j statement, past year. Officers AiU'.hison j for the ensuing year, were .re-elected as follows: President, E. H. Jiacklm; vice-president, R. L. Richardson; W, L. Robiln; secretary, J. P. B. directors: ,E. B. Mac- Hughes Iless and F. Allen, kay Port Arthur News; D. Smith, Regan and McCarty. Pittsburg -4, Cincinnati 3. Cincinnati '4j Pittshtirg 1. New York Philadelphia Fort "William Times-Journal; C. A. Ab- I rabam, Winnipeg Telegram; J. W. Free Press; J. J. Mon- :crieff. Winnipeg Tribune; W. P. Kerr, IRegina Leader; W. F. Herman, Sas- Ikaioon' Star; Thomas Miller, Moose Jaw Times; W. A. Buchanan, M.P., Lethbrtdge Herald; W. M. Davidson, 2 i [Calgary Albertan; J. H. Woods, Cal- '.'.'.010 100 OOx-2 7 Frank Oliver, Ed- Pittsburg Ci Chicago 4, St. Louis 3. New York 4, Philadelphia 0. AMERICAN McHale and Sweeney Bush and Schang. Washington 0. Boston 3. No other games. __ NATJONAL Boston L. 93 58 New York S3 ,B9 St. Lo.uis 81 72 Brooklyn 74 78 Philadelphia.......... 73 79 Pittsburg 09 85 Cincinnati 60 01 Pet. .616 .547 .530 .587 .487 .480 .448 .387 AMERICAN Philadelphia Boston Washington Detroit St. Louis Chicago New York Cleveland 98 52 90 61 81) 72 80 73 71 82 70 84 69 .83 51 102 FEDERAL Indianapolis Chicago Baltimore'............ Buffalo Brooklyn Kansas City Pittsburg St. Louis 85 G4 85 66 79 68 77 68 75 73 65 83 62 SI 03 8C .571 .563 .537 .531 .507 .439 .431 .419 London, Oct. Capetown cor- respondent of the Mornlns Post says that despite activities of G'erman spies and there is ho evi- dence to suspect active disloyalty ill South Africa. General De Wet and a1 number of Herzgovlans continue their operations against General Botha. The correspondent adds that the Boer com- mander in Southwest Africa, who has been raiding Union postoffices, is not reported hero, but Is an adventurer with an inglorious record from the Boer war. GET YOURTICKETS QUICK Get 50111 tickets quick Ior the hox- msr boiitst to be held at the Shcrmau Theatre Thanksgiving Day The tick- et ii> posted at the Cigar btand Tne' seats will hurrv The test seats ate rest 7d.-60 and 25 tchti. ll go in a SI 00, the monton Bulletin; M. R. Jennings, Ed- monton Journal; W. Garland Foster, Nelson News, and John Nelson, Van- couver News-Advertiser. J. H. Woods was re-elected chairman of the News Distribution committee. In the afternoon a meeting was held DONALQSON LINE TO SCOTLAND, LOW RATES; GOOD SERVICE. One-class only to. Glasgow, and from Glasgow; third-class, closed cabins, Rates subject to change without notice. SAILING FROM MONTREAL.' S.S. "LETITIA" October 31st AH information cheerfully fur- nished by authorized agents, or H. E. LIDMAN, .General Agent. 349 Main St., Winnipeg. of the Port Arthur and Prairie section of the Canadian'Press, Ltd., and the visiting publishers were entertained at a dinner by the Winnipeg publish- ers in. the evening. CHAS. H, OLIN DEAD Wetaskrwin; M.L.A. Catled to the Great Beyond OcL H. Oiin, member of the provincial parlia- nrentrnent for this constituency, is dead. Mr. Qlin was elected first in March, taking .the seat of A. H. Prior to' h'is: election Jib- was road inspector for the department oC Public Works. lliyBowels 'Li n Perfect health can only be obtained the blo'od, frequently resulting iaTypl other terioui and lotal diseuei. To keep 'Ike bowels healthy relobr lyou nrat help, BO! drive. Nature by Rei.ll Orderlic. whtch are mild tenU, i.itCii action. neither griping, not any discomfort. Reioll Orderliss wanot injure the delicate and, as they do not it 11 only necMMry M tain thorn tar short tirao to cure conitipation. If after you have tried Rciall Ordotliw yon no not perfectly itisfied with Item, we will return you your The Store J. D. Higinbothaiii Co. Limited. Gfll Sold only .1 the more thin 7000 Bei- all Stores and here 2t this ooe. In vest-pocket tin. 109-B. NOSE AND HEAD STOPPED UP FEOM COLITi.OK CA'JTAKKH, OPEN AT -ONCE My Cleansing, Healing Balm li Clears Nose; Head and Threat Nasty Catarrhal Dischar- ges. Dull Headache Goes. Try "Ely's" Cream Balm." Get a sinall bottle anyway, just to try a little IK the nostrils and instantly your clogged nose and stopped-up air passages of the head will open; you will breathu freely; dullness .and headache disappear. By morning! the catarrh, cold-ln-head or catarrbai sore throat will .be gone. End such misery now: Bet the small bottle of "Ely's Cream Balm" at any drug sfore. This sweet, fragrant balm dissolves by the heat of the 'i nostrils; penetrates and heals the in- flamed, swollen membrane which lines the nose, head and Uie air passages; stops nasty dis- charges "and a feeling of soothing relief comes immediately. Don't lay awake tonight struggling for breath, with head stuffed; nos- trils closed, hawking and blowing. Catarrh or a cold, with Its running nose, foul mucous dropping into the throat, and raw dryness dnrtrMslng but truly needless Put your "BIT ft Cream Balm? and your COM or (arrli win surely disappew. 4 ;