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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta 14, 181-1 THE DAILY HERALD PAGETHBEB Boston Braves, Wihrieirs World's Baseball (phaigpionship William Martin, 21; John J. Eyers, 31. A HERO OF THE WORLD'S SERIES Boston.. Uoston Sa- ticnil I club i.omplct-1 the lisitional record in mo Icrn prnfc siojal basclnll hv dcic-itllit, the Phil delphia in the worlds ries with heir rush Irom 1 st nlaca in the stnu league, in the ftst'pirt, ol Julv the leaves have 1 rokcn bndittons and records in tna national spoil with spee i and atjan don during the list, three months lltv emerged lato vsterdiv after no n thimpiofs 01 the universe leav ing a tiail of staitliui; s irprisis and UIE ts m their wake which it will he haid tc duplicate in veils to comt OVLI11 HHOn 01 MACK b M VGHIN I _ Last anil far from-the least of their.] omplibhmcnts was the overthrow in four games o the v o id s finlous baSPhall machine of onnie with its ru idrcd thous ord doflar infield irorie rim heroes n il forps oi skiltnlh blended vetinn1 aid youthful pitching still The new ample, is licit of p ojjc Stilling at" celobwtiri; their as fit, to tile championship thionc I villile the viral, oi the I Insobill juggernaut is houna f tht-i hone of William, Klin andi EtiiuJii 1 b> "the jnlookcd for Lalam il) whch t'nporuil) it least tJ it the co' 10 I lit VIClOUo TtlL. SPOII S lo UK. vicloL r-lons; th" spoils ind tic ii li unCMCt.ti.1 JS wasth ci s nm> ueie t tie took it in snortsnnnh'ie snilt laudllic, the M tots and ottering no excuses In fact "on- arp available for the Bos t i tkl outpH rd iml outDin oJ t..c.r ntnrt. cx.nntnccd opponents in eveij ali e and tlerv depaitment of H WOULD M PI1 S RtCOUD To ciush an 1 dccisivclv ____ _______ the guil comlimal on which has rop resented PhiKticlph a in tnt. Vmeri Braves or aut> u a tie lor inter can in atent v c-rs is honor league honor iinee American League enough for an} nval club anu national league clubs have eapa but trc Braves "irt their vonthful ar won live uiampiou hip pennants ind p el nld even b tn-i for bKVvisa favlALij jltiLNL reconl hy winning in biicc ssion the retLivui '4lrp nes nocessan to clinch the BRESNAHAN TO LEAD CUBS Chicago, I'll.'. QcL with the Chicago team, has signed to succeed Henri O Day as manager of the club for to a story 'printed The form- er leader of'the St Louis tionaha, the story sa.id, had ac- cepted tPrms President Charles Thomas ot the Chicago club would neither deny nor affirm the report, ac- cording to the papers. "DICKY" RUDOLPH Jhe cr-ck twirlei of two season-, n jor league training, who won the first and last "acies of the faeries for his team against the Philadelphia Ubieties i Series vs tue wmnqrs tne bostM The Million Dollar Mystery Is this the end of Norton ;Watch this one closely O.oo.. o ;o H H C sg ga-g w s- M p M 'S' M Z mm o EPISODE NO. OF THE FAST awl Norton start for home by t-ain The "Black Hundred" learn of It. Vropn and Countess OIgn-board-the train. :.Norton spies them. A terrible accident happens. Norton regains con- seriousness, finds OlKa. hut Vrooh and Florence arc -one Norton carries Olga to a rarm learns that Vrdon- with Florence passed tliat way. He dashes to tile rescue, is ambushed by Vroon and his hand, is beaten .after.a fierce fight and carried to the loneh- hut where CTorence Is held prisoner. Their threats fail and they carry Norton, tied hand and foot, to the railroad. Florence makes'a. des- nerate escape. Jones and the police appear, and all rush to the railroad as the fast cipresB thunders- down the line. MANY OTHER SPECIALS TONIGHT. At The Empress Theatre "TRE LEOPARD'S a wild heart of the foi- oat. A Two Reel Bells featuring Kathlyn Williams of the "Adventures Kathlyn" fame. On the same program John Bunny and Flora Finch in comedy; Mary Fuller, the Edson star, and bin Comedj v REGINA CHAMPIONS WIN THEIR DIVISION Take. Third. Game From Moose Jaw by Point a Rouge Regina, Sasfc Oct. taking today's Rugby'game from Moose by a score of (f to 0, Regina cinched tue southei n division of tre S P F U The game was hot as exciting as either of the 'fpimer. igaraes between these two'teamX even if it was more evenly contested.. fl'he.Lplay was of nature than inlthe former games. Regina scored: all her points on rougefa and at-'iio time was in anj great danger of having her opponents score lieginaV: crack half, showed up w ell, hut Abbott and Sam Tav iOr ran a close race for honors For '.Moose .Jaw, Captain. Tovvusend and JMIzevvski were the strong.men. McGILL OUTPLAYS TORONTO 'VARSITY Rugby Champions Make a. Show of Queen City Fourteen .Montreal, Que., up the curtain on the intercollegiate "Rugby football season on the Univer- sitj campus Me iill made a show Toronto 'Varsitv by beatmg'.us u a. score of 25 to 1 Never at anv stage of the play was there anv doubt as: to which was the better team and what the outcome sixty THE PLAYING OF GOWDY If invhodj on earth deserves credit urLLC1 ...Wv for the dev elopraent of Hank GcAvay would be The teams presented a into a vVorld'1! series star It is George J vasjiy different iine-up irom that manager of "the Boston I which battled honors of the Stalling? had Govvdv, well unlon in the memorable game played at Toronto a year ago Natio.ul Coimnis'sion? the ej'u, ouTbnaic Stailmgb this time" promoted 'to court of baseball, took charge of tl'e liml Elwrc 'fas lour um_ the management of the Boston Braves, .mnual auliimn chimpionblup battle JIQOO tath for tlw virlorv of tl.e in 190J BLACK AND WHITE SCOTCH WHISKY Quality and purity cunabinc to mukc Black and White Scotch Whisky the standard of excellence. O. O. ROBLW, TonMt the management of the Boston Braves, claimed oiui Gowdj caught only in- frequently last vear w.ti. lUr.dsr, ar.d Whaling going great This year he has begun plaving the game which Stallmgs believ ed him capable of, ind his world's series batting alone ,is enough to Justify Stallmgs' judgment, Newmarket, Oct Cesare- witch Stakes, the nibst important.long- distance handicap of the season, 2k miles, wns won todav b> tbe light- weigated outsider Sir Ernest Cassel's three year old bavicolt Troubador, by St -which started at C6 to 1 Another three year old, E Hulton's brown colt Green Falcon, by was second, start- ing at 100 to 9 J, P Hornung t four J ear old filly 6 to 1, was third IN HEAKT OF CITY HOTEL SAVOY SEATTLE sin Ihc of tliinci- ifnc sbolutcl> concrete.itecl iiHlnMblf. HOPPE AGAIN IN LEAD Chicago, hi ,fOct 14 Hoppe, champion American billmruist; tOuay took' the lead In his match' here with Melbourne Inman, English champion by winning, 1000 to 2M, at 18 2 balk line match now standi 111' points to 834 In the afternoon Hoppe made the total of 500 with an erage of 31 4-16 t Iiunan'B total-was an av'erage of 1 11-lf.i I In tonight's' game Hoppe totalled oOO, while Inroan made 99 Uverwe was 3oi7-14 and Imnan's 78-i3 I FRED WELSH AND CHARLEY WHITE SIGN I Chicago, 111 Oct 14 Welsh, champion lightweight, boxer, and iChai'ie White of Chicago-have signed I articles for a ten found boxing match on accord Ing to an announcement here today The men will-weigh 13? pound! I at 6 o'clock. f TO DARKEN HAIR APPLY SAGE TEA A few applications of Sage Tea and Sulphur brings back It. vlaar, color, glow and Commoi. garden sage brewed into a tea with sulphur and alcohol will turn grav, streaked and faded hair beautifully dark and lux uriant remove every bit of dandruff, Eton scalp itchhlg and falling hair Just a few applications will a revelation If your hair is fading, gray or dn, scraggly and thin Mhmg the Sage Tea and Sulphur recipe at home, is troublesome An easier way is to get the ready to-use tojic, costing about 50 eents a large bottle at drug stores, known as "Wyeths Sage and Sulphur thus avoiding a lot of muss _ While wispy, graj, faded hair is not sinful, wo all desire to retain our youthful appearance and attractive ness. By darkening jour hair with Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur, no one, can tell, because It doe1; so naturally, so evenly. Yon just dampen a sponge or soft ibrush with H and draw this through your hair taking one'small strand at a time, by morning all gray hairs have disappeared, and, after., an other application orlwo, jour hair he- comes beautlfuilv dark, glassy, soft and Sold by J. D. Hlgl nothaiV Co, Limited. OTTAWA LOSES TO MONTREAL Winged Wheelcri'Will Be Dangerous .Factor.in "Big Four" Rugby Series rejuvenated Montreal team established itself as a dangerous factor .in the interprov mcial football union Saturday afteinoon bj defeating the Ottawas in the opening game of the season at Landsdovvne park The winged wheelers outclassed Ot taws, after the first period, and finahv winners a score of 18 to 7 They'outWckea and outran the home team, which onh had a few of last ear's regulars m line Besides, Montreal shot through the Ottawa defence for big games on trick plays Coach MoEvenue developed a varietv of fake bucks and combination plays that had the home team bewild- ered at times CHERRY PKEARTON TAKES MOVING PICTURES OF WAR Cherry Kearton, special agent to the Belgian government, has shipped to Canada 1000 feet of picture Him made up eitaeli of actjal scenes, taien during the present isai Mr ruirc 's well to many Old Conntn people in Leth budge and these remarkable pictures are without do.ibt reliable m evers way For one solid week, commencing 'last, this extraordinary reel of war is being featured as tbe big lieadlmer at the Oalgan Great e-edk is due the poiiuhu Starland Theatre tor se curing for its manv patrons tils inter estlng and timelv attraction Although secured only at a tremendous there "Will be no raise In the admission prices when this great feature shortly be offered at Starland TIGERS START WITH VICTORY Hamilton Argot Into Camp by Score of 20 to 5 Hamilton Tigeis beat the Argos 20 to 5 In the opening game of the "Big PourJ' series, before 3200 people on' Saturday. The game, which started under ideal weather conditions, wound up in a fierce thunderstorm, which left the field a quagmire The Tigers were al ways in front Several times the Ar- goe threatened them seriously but as usual penalties for olfsldo interfer- ence prevented them closing in on the champions The Tiers' play did not reveal any particular weakness in spite of the loss of several of last year's stars Their back Held played a remarkable came, aid their line had the best of the argument In line plunging Law- son played a good steady game on the hack division for Argos, and smith andlBickle were good, too Captain Argonaut's best man Davidson dletlngnlshed himself by Don't Fail to Hear Ole Theobaldi World's Greatest Violinist In Wesley Church 21st THE POSSESSOR OF SIXTY-TWO GOLD MEDALS AND DECOR- ATIONS BIJOIT RENDEZVOUS IJ OF THE EL'TE I TO-NIGHT Pathe Gazette War Pictures Me and Bill 2 PART WAR DRAMA Hearing is Restored to Deaf Without Mechanical or Artificial Hear Ing Devicea. Deaf Mutes Hear With Their Own Ears. A Won- .dsrful English Discovery. Thousands of people suffer from catarrhal deafness or poor hearing, who having tried specialists, adver Used treatsiOTf, artificial ear drums, ear phones, electric nbratore and various mechanical appliances with out success have at last theimwlves to a "world oi silence thinking that nothing can ever restore to them normal "earing Yet their case is not hopeless A remark able sctentlnc treatment discovered a little more than a year ago in England is making peopje hear after year, of deafness and is also unequaded for Ouickl} stopping the distressing head noises that are so often the conipan Ions of defective hearing The dls covery is Called Parmtnt and has at- tracted Tvidetpread Europe where reports of the remark able results it has given to deaf peo- ple have come in by tl'e hundred The effect of Parmint it seems Is by tonic action to produce a stimulous necessary to reduce 411 inflammation, swelling, enlargement or thickening of organs of hearing and to stim- ilate the entire auditory Parmint is now being sold Mi> Look at the abore illustration. Mos every one remembers such a scene eourseit wild for food now Fancy yourself able to eat as one o these men can eat a little common sense and MO! at your stomach trouble m a practio manner Something has gone wron; with your digestive apparatus. Se jour foods machinery anght. Stuart Dyspepsia Tablets are Nature's ov to digesting food By eating on of these tablets after each meal yo digest that meal Digesting that raw means casing the work of .the stoB ach, Intestines, liver and pancreas an storing up new materials tor digestmj future meals Eat'what you will and when you wll but always carry a little Stuart's pepsla Tablet in }oar pocket In-" short lime }ou will be surpriBedi tilM sort me }ou w gladsome spirit with vcAlMM BidjrVtfarBhilV FhtMiMifiM.1" ii ;