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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 19M THE DAir.Y HEUAT..T) PAGE THREE TONIGHT ONLY llth EPISODE OF TONIGHT ONLY FEDERAL LEAGUE BIG BUNCH OF PLAYERS FROM NATIONAL AND AMERICAN LEAGUES Chicago, Oct. score of Na- tional league ball players have teen taken by the outlaws on the lates Federal "leapic raid, according to story published here today and cre- dited to a stockholder in the Chicago Federal league club. As many Ameri- can leaguers haw been signed, but aside from Walter Johnson, according to the stockholder, the names not he announced at this time. will INDIVIDUAL AH. K. II. Ave, 101 ne amiuuiii.tu nn From the York Nationals, the Brooklyn ciub has taken Tcsreau, Burns and Fletcher the Philadelphia Nationals lost Dooin, who may man- age the- Brooklyn Federals, Lobcrt and Sherwood Magcc in addition to Perritt and Wingo yesterday reported to have deserted St. Louis, the Car- dinals lost Leo JIagee and Dolan and seven of the Pittsburg Nationals, in- cluding Koncchty have been signed by the Federals, says the story. AND- A TOO 1 Cincinnati, Oct. ivas re-, ceivcd here today from Pittsburg that Federal league baseball club of ithat cil.y had-announced, ibat Marty Berg-hammer, utility iniielder of the Cincinnati team, has sjgned to play Wyckoil, Athletics dowdy, Uraves ShawkeY, Athletics livers, liravcs Rudolph, Braves Maranvillc, Braves Schmidt, Braves Slrunk, Athletics Mann, Braves Baker, Athletics Collins, Athletics WhiUfd, Uraves Murphy, Athletics fichiiug, Athletics .Mcliinis, Athletics Deal, Braves Connolly, Braves Moran, 'liravcs 1 0 11 3 a 0 1C II 13 17 1 7 16 H 0 14 a Hi 2 12 1 12 2 1C 1 0 1 15 2 Athletics 14 Oldring, Athletics 15 0 'Gilbert, Uraves Bush, Athletics Plank, Athletics Bender, Athletics Lapp, Athletics Pennock, Athletics Gather, Braves James, Braves Tyler, llraves Devore, Braves PITCH KUS' W .lames 2 Rudolph Wyck.otf 2 1 4. 2 5 0 2 1 2 1 4 3 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 0 1.000 .5-1 5 .500 .437 .333 .307 THE MILLION DOLLAR MYSTERY COMING-Oct. 26th "THE TREY OF Which Rivals The ATHLETICS WERE LIKE CHICAGO CUBS IN 1906 world of invinc baseball has world UIIUUIL-L Jll Clalioi of mond, Ind, and Geoige Chip of iNew castle Pa who weie to bale fonght 20 rounds here the last ot this month was called ott todas when Clabby wir ed that he positively refused to al low Chip to weigh in at at 3 o clock in Ihe itlernoon Clibbj asked that Chip weigh 111 at 6 0 clock on the night of the fight and guaranteed not lo weigh more than 151 hlnibelf Chip had diff'cultj m making the weight in his hst bout here, and refused to meet Clabby's terras. jo accepted in Us entirely ,for under hat code a round lasted until there vas a knockdown. Imagine Freddy VelBh and Jack tlritton under those The mob would die of emmi." But supno'-iiig, Tor instance a good air knockdown end a round hat would otherwise run three min- ites. The fallen man -would have .11 ull minute to get his bearings. There would be no dispute over a short or a long count. In the ease of an alleged foul the referee would have plenty'of to save himself from rash derision It might, of course, be unfair to the man scoring the knockdown, because mder such rules it would 'be quite pos "ihle that a man be knocked out sey eral times in one tight and still come lack and win with one convincing wal- op, but neterthelesb as knockdowns count more for points than several rounds of cto er a man able to score a few of them in the course of 10 rounds' would have little to fear of the popular unless that one coma clout, should happen to land on him so that he couldn't after hl minuto's rest. "NORMAN" Tk. NEWEST GOWDY'S PARENTS BARRED Unable to Secure Tickets to See Son Pla.- Boslon, Mass, Ocl aie hi if hi features about a world series ind features lhal are pathetic Mr and Mrs Gowdj of Columbus Ohio, parents of 'Hank Gowdy the Boston oiteher journeyed east lo see Iheir son perfo-m in Ihe big series Bobbv Qumn business manager of the Columbus club had been delegated to procure tickets for them in Phiiadel phia Bobbi succeeued But no tickels for Hie fean es In Bos ion were available tor them They neglected to take care of that mat'er Asked why did not rpquesl their son lo get them, Mrs Oowdl rather nervously replied Well, you SBC Henry doesn't know we re here 1m feariully afraid tha it lie does learn It he will be BO uei vous that Itiiwfil his play FACTS AiOUT HANK GOWDY Harry M catcher, Tvas bon L Attfellof "9fl fCighs 11.111. at M He Is C feet i% incllss tail anti 182 pounds Its nils andf tlirovls rtght handed His itcool since lows i n _ Lancaster, Ijancaster, O.S.L Daiia's, Texas-L NY Boston, NL Boston, AD. 333 335 4fl3 101 1b CURLING MEETING TONIGHT Don't forget the curling meeting tonight, at S o'clock, in the Council Chambers at the v City hall. MEDICINE HAT BASEBALL PROMOTER IN CITY AV B Finlay, president of the Med- cine Hat Baseball club in the West- ern Canada league, was a visitor in .he city today.______________ DEATH FROM 'VARSITY RUSH Toronto, Oct.- Asquiii of Port a student of the Univer- sity of Toronto, died at St. (Michaels hospital today from peritonitis. De- ceased became sick two days after participating in 'the recent "rush on he 'Varsitv campus, when, it is ae- cla'red. that he niay have ruptured his appendix. RITCHIE TO BOX DUNDEE San Francisco, Cal., Oct. 14-WIllie Ritchie and Johnny Dundee were sign- ed here today to box four rounds on the evening of'October 2H. This will be Rirc'nes fust-match since be was defeated M eight champion bj Freddie Welsh of Enfiand. CONTINUED PROM FRONT. PAGE. vor By Winclicll Siniili, author of Bvowstcr's Millions, etc., .with the Orig- inal Star THOMAS W. ROSS IN THE BOLE HE CREATED AND MADE POPULAR The New York Star said: "The best event at the exposition was 'The Only Son.'" The New York Telegraph said! "Everyone COH" nected with 'The Only Son', deserves Ajlded Attraction BELGIUM SPECIAL WAR PICTURES Usual Prices SECURED AT ENORMOUS COST TIsual Prices LAST TIME TONIGHT Pathe's Weekly 2 Comedies 2 Part War Drama COMING TO THE BIJOU. "The Only Son" in motion pictures is far better entertainment Ihan "The Only on the stage, is the outspoken opinion of the leading critics everywhere. The New York Telegraph says: "Every one connect- er' with 'The Onlv Son' deserves cre- and Louis Reeves Harrison goes so far as to say: "It is the best Lasky has done." There is a fidelity to what is required that really constitutes the highest kind of artistry in motion pic- tures. Ths magnificent romantic stohvfu'il of heart interest, has a deeper i] p drugs instead of getting rid of the tl 76 2'S cause of all the trouble 3! 88 "63 Oot b ''ltlle hlsuralcd magnesia from 74 154 312 voui druggist eat whal vou want al 10 21 2S7 vour nexl meal, take some ot the hi li> 2d 271 siirated magnesia as directed above 35 05 317 and ice II1W nol rieht" ASKED TO RUN FOR MAYOR Medicine Hat Alta Oct W H Alacdonald has been asked to be come a majoralty candidate He is giving the request consideration The engagement is announced of Miss WInona Flett to F J Dison A! P.P. for Centre the mar riage to take place today in the Ccn tral Congregational church Winnipeg A DOLLAR FROM ALBERTA EACH TEACHER Edmonton, Alta, Oct 1 ROM, chief insoector of schools for the province announces that there it a movement on foot by which each of the thrse thousand school tucherl In the province will contribute one dollar apiece towards the Belgian relief fund Circulira are tent out with thai object in view, and there li every proipect thai It will be agreed to. ABSORBINGLY INTERESTING PHOTO-PLAY AT EMPRESS The Gold-Seal serial, "Lucille Lc-ve to be slio'wn at the Empress soon, starring Grace Clinnrd and Francis Ford, is, withonl doubt the best act ed most intelligentlv constructed perfectly staged ind in terestinpr photo Unj produced Each -week two reels of this awe-in spit feature will be shown two reels of such intense interest, of such abounding excitemrnt, ot such un cannj imsterj that their ending will make you long to see the next two reels A feature that Mill mike vou wild with curiositv is to tho u'tmile outcome of Lucille and the mysterious package of papers Don't, forget beautiful, lovable Katn lyri Williams, in the picturesque, pow ciful e tingling beautiful production The Leopaid s Found 1mg today for the last time Ole Theobald! World-Famous Violinist In Wesley Church Wednesday, Oct 21st Seat plan at Kenny andAllin's, open to season ticket holders only, Friday and Saturday General sale Monday 19lh GREAT RISKS TAKEN IN "TREY O' HEARTS George Larkln Performs Two Feats Untried Heretofore for the Movies veiv enthusiastic regarding the man- ner m which tne British Umpire natn gone into the war for right and Clear grit to the backbone is everv membei of Wilind Lucao Gold Seal Co in the production of Louis loseph Vance s Trej o Hearts series With the author and his imagination on the ground and with D rector Lucas Ismg aw -ike nights thinking up new and un heard of- "stunts" for the cast to per- form. no one but a; seasoned picture actor would be equal to the ed pi task Remedy Free Sample of moiled Irco tor cor o elQh succeeding installment it would seem that even dare-deul per formance that human minds poultt. conceive IMS been done and the cast holds its breath waiting anxiously for orders ind wondering whether the authoi and director wnl be able to in moie adienture capable of being staged Thus far thev not fall cd to stir uu a new and novel thrill for each of the chapters in order, but the strain has been great, and as a, re suit Air Lucas has lost much ot his foimer good nature, and Air Vance himself appears to be'less jovial than he was on Ills arrival in too %Vest The strain on one concerned is awful, ana it natiirsily tell upon the Sctora The first episode of 'Trej o' Hearts will be offered at Starland on Monday und Tucadav, October 28 and 27 mae itopa Itching Mn niles hemorrhoida and ail Troubles, la the erm plain wmimer. HOADLEY WANTS TO GET PEDIGREES ndmonton, Oct 14 George Hoadlej M P P is mov- v mg for a return showing the names, residence, when employ ed terms of employment, pre vious eraplojment, and salarj paid every chil servant m Al berta AMERICAN'S GIFT TO PATRIOTIC FUND Calgary Alti, Oct S Den nis, assistant to the president of the C P R is tho possessoi of i cheqii" for >26 a contribution to the C.iimJ lan Patriotic fund made Major Richard W Young of Salt Lake Citv, the letiring president of the Iniga tion Congress Jinjor Young who is a grandson of Brigham Young, deeply interested m the war m FREE SAMPLE COUPON FTBAMID BBW 611 Pyramid Bids, Marshall. 3Iicb. Kindly send me a Free sample ol Mmedr, In plain wrapper. Name Street -DRUNKENNESS Is T curable disease, which requirel treatment The ORRINB treatment Can be used with absolute confidence Tt destroys all desire foi beer cr other intoxicants Can be given in the home No sanitarium expense No loss of time from work Can he given If trial you fail to get any benefit from its jour money will bo refunded 3-i ORKiNB Is prepared in two i No 1 secret treatment, a No 2, In pill form, tor ttwm esire to taHs, voluntary treats. r eu JTVVM W ;