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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20, ,1914 THE I.ETHIJUIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE SHAKE-UP OF-MANAGERS NEXT, SEASON IN BIG LEAGUE BASEBAlLj By Much S. Fuilerton) Frank Chance retires from baseball v.-ith a iinUjiic record. Ho quit rather tluiii take money for auoiher year that he believed -under the conditions 3m could not earn, "lie was right. The New York club, if it pcrehsts in trying to win with.chcap minor leasue rather tlmn spend money foi iiood experienced men, cou'id gel quite as good from a mana- ger, us from a one. li ihe maunder is to be a imiro fig- ure tinad. anyone will do. Chance and taken but ho is not that kind. Several Manag-erlal Changes Clmnuo's departure marks tiie be- ginning of thu managerial changes. perhaps six, of the major league clubs will drop the old pilots and Itike on new ones next season. Joe Birmingham, having failed at Cleveland, is to be superseded by John 'who stands about as much shew of improving tho club as..foe Jackson would do. Conditions there nre outside interference (prevents any -manager from succeed- ing. Gnnzel was rather a joke at Cin- cinnati and a failure as a. player in Chicago through r" fighting spir- it. HG has been a Vlialu In the small puddle, and his success them, in view ol' his. failures in the foiir show, is Hard to. understand. Jack Dunn probably will succeed Chance. He is an old-time and a .hot-headed, impetuous 'leader. iHis appointment would be something of a reward for losses he has suffered in the minors. Comlskey to Promote Callahan The other change that is probable in the American la with the Chicago "White Sox. Jimmy CaHuban proba- bly will ho succeeded by Klil.Gluason au luiinagor. This wiK be lathe na- ture of a promotion for Callahan, who, according to rumor, is to remain with the Sox, as President Comlskey's health is not guoili and the nervous strain of baseball haa prevented his complete recovery I'rom tho, serious lllneiW that attacked htm during the tour of, the world. Charlie Donlii is done at Philadel- phia. The club has failed to notify Mm of its intentions, and lie has been flirting with the Feds. Dooin has him, as no man could have brought harmony in that club. The Phillies are torn by dissensions and hurt by lack of discipline' and by failure to obey training rules. The new mana- ger, whoever he'Is. fansa-a'desperate task and a house-cleaning. O'pay Draw 'Can O'Bay is 'through at Chicago. This Is authoritative.' It has been arrang- ed by National league leaders to clean the Chicago .stables entirely. There !H talk ol' Ja-ck. Uemlricks. but.before that came up 'was informed as to 0'- Oay's and Hendricks was not Uii) man.- Of course, if McGill succeeds in buying T-aft's Jlen- dricks may get the job. There is a persistent rumor- that .Fred Clark is going to retire from He has npt announced it, and it is probable he could stay with Pittaburg as long as he wanted to He was ready to retire fiv WM. JAMES OF BOSTON Leading pitcher of the National lea- gue and a hero of the Series. James is credited with two victories in the biq scries, and he was greatly in- strumental in putting the Bravss at the top of the National league. He had a percentage of .818; winning 27 and losing 6 gam-as, for the season. He was secured from Seattle in 1913. and is only 22 years of age, but is big and real athlete BBECHER AFTER CROSS Chicago, III., Oct. Beech- er, New YorK lightw.elgbt, and his manager, passed through this city yes- terday on their way hack east. The setback Beecher received with j Johnny Dundee, in Los Angeles, is at- tributed 10 a raw decision, and his years ago, hut was persuaded to keep manager declared that is why they re- on. Clark Is rich, and prefers his to longer dally in the west. family and his ranch to He Beecher wants Leach Cross In New would not quit DreyCuss if Dreyfuss needed him, but he .lias been so long In harness it is galling him, and there muy be more than rumor behind the story of his retirement. UMPS WON ARGUMENT Charlie Schmidt Had No Comeback On Umpire Dineen Charlie Schmidt of the Braves had taken one swing at a hall a foot above liis head and missed. The next one (lashed along the plate close to his knees. "Strike yelled Umpire Din- teen. "Git 'em turning Ms head. "How. high inquired Diueen. "High enough for me to hit responded Schmidt. "After seeing you awing at that last one, I don't think anyone can throw high And Schmidt was silent. snapped Schmidt, Stewart Indian school at Carson City. ib- 10 years old, -Weighs IfiO pounds, throws and bats right- handed, mid is cross-eyed. HAD MURPHY GUESSING The Athletics were in their club umeu. mm liouse, dressing and discusBlng the Although he has terrific speed, it ia j hatlle. said that his infirmity is lite eroatest "What did Rudolph p tch you' the Th'iu base-runner is at his f second time up, Murph? asked Coi- JOE BEATS BILL JAMES IWins Opening Game of All-Star Tour in Minneapolis i Minneapolis, -Minn., Oct. 19. Joe Hush beat Bill .lames in the first game "between .the tourjng -AH- Americans and All-Nationais here yesterday, the winning G to 3. Both pitch crs were hit freely, yet both had strike out--rn and-Rush Lime trikes. fanned 11 with three Murphy with a home run and a single, led the Am- urirans 11 Diaing Snoagi t i made two'singles .and a double for the Nationals; Score, lAmencans Nationals Flatteries: Hush and Henry aniTKimfer. 10-. 4 James CLEVELAND AMATEURS WIN York, and then will come here to fight in Kenosha. PITCHER CROSS-EYED Base Runners Unable to Tell Where He Is Going to Throw the Bali Reno Nev, Oct. Oakland co tomorrow, according to the '.otter. Pacific Coast league club haa signed and Chip, who is in Los Angeles, will Pitcher Harry Sampson, a full-blood be here at least two weeks before the Flute Indian, and a graduate of the match. WORLD'S WELTERWEIGHT GO NOVEMBER 9 Francisco, Cal., Oct. the receipt here today of a letter from J'isisy Clabby's manager in Chicago, It was anounced that the Clabby-Chip battle for the middleweight champion- ship honor had been set for November 9 Clabby will start for San Francis- mercy, for he can never tell whether the Indian is 'looking at first base or the home plate..': The umpires also have been-having their troubles. 'VARSITY, 21; QUEEN'S, 14 Toronto, Ont, Oct. of 21 to 14 by which 'Varsity defeated Queen's, is it fair indication of tiie "of both teams. The eastern- ers attempted the tactics by '.yhich they defeated McGill. the piling up of single points, while Captain Gags vai led his As in last weed's game, the "Varaltv line was superior to the front rank of "Two fadeaways, a curve and four East replied demanded 'Collins. "I thought that was what: they wore. Maybe I took two looks at each of those line Wab KUJJUUm LU nuui iciun. their orponents f Hsel! tile To OLE THEOBALD1 plunger for the loial team and wyedomosti (Russia) his line ripping was well seconded by Daniels and Hughes. TABER -HOCKEYIST TO Russkia Wyedomosti (Russia) 'Hundreds of people were turned away from the hall last large was tite crowd to near Ineu baldi the greatest In nig Uolmist His erioi iu j art is wonderful and his technique is PLAY AT COAST blended with soul and .passion.. For Vancouver BC Oct some moments after the last selection .icefa ill b" seen in the Pacific Coast u w plaved the people remained in Hocke> this conunt, season their seats speechlesb and spe 1 One of the new plaver -vho will Tje bound a tr> out is Llo'd COOK the big Tageblatt (laepzlg Ger 'Chicago, A" team repre-ppnting Cleveland Ohio on the iu Uoiial 'amateur championship, of .baseball here defeating the Chicago club 3 'to' 2, and gaining possession of the challenge 'CUD for !pne Alia., defence -jftayer, wno tl mil he can mule good with the coast Hick. Irvine, the Wiri-n iirtg centre ib inothei Fe is the plaver nho scored so manv goals for the Monarchs last season, getting eight mione the greatest interpreter -of Paganini. Ole -Bull and Norse music in the world. Nowoje Wreraje (St. Petersburg Russia) "The world famous 'violin i conceit here last night THE FALLEN IDOLS OF BASEBALL THE PHILADELPHIA ATHLETICS Sherman- Theatre A VOLCANIC ERUPTION OF LAUGHTER RICHARDS fc PHINGLES FAMOUS MINSTRELS; CELEBRATED FUN 30 BIG NEW NOVEL 10 SVVEET-VOICED CHORAL 20 THE CLARENCE POWELL DAVE SMITH CHICKEN REEL SEAMAN MANZIE CAMPBELL GEORGE WALLS JOHN MOODY BEAUTIFUL SCENIC AND ELECTRICAL EFFECTS GORGEOUS STREET PARADE DAILY You can buy the'bcst seats for 75c. Other good scats 50c. ONE PERFORMANCE ONLY. Children 25c. to a crowded house, lie is six feet three inches tall, but even this big man seemed small compared to the great tones he brought from his violin. When Theoboldi, pluys the music of Ole Bull and Paganini, it seems as though masters of former days were themselves playing. The. Imperial Family enjoyed the concert and pre- sented the artist with a M-reath." A SERIAL OF QUALITY The "Lucillo serial, shown at the Empress yesterday and today, Is a-photo-drama that for once lived up to its advance notices, and If any- thing is much better thin anything that has been said about it, and we as- sure you that as the serial progresses it attains a blghjr standard. Imagine an aeroplane glidjng through 'the air a monster eagls. Tae incessant vibration of the powerful motors keep- ing time with excited heart beau of Lucille as she urged the aviator to greater speed, "put over the blue waters of the historic Pacific they speed. Lucil'ie always pointing to a volume of smoke ahead, marking the passage of the fast ocean greyhound, carrying with it a. mystery that threatened the ruin: of our entire na- tion, the character of a devoted fath- er, and most of all the blighting of two young lives just ready to struggle with the world as mystery that would kill the most sacred tiling in the honest love and de- and the re pect of man for woman. Do not fail; to see the entire serial' as .it is much better than a continued storj, for you see the char acters of the play in the flesh and I blood. John. Bunny performs at the Em- press in father s Flirtation See Lucille and Iau0h wltli Bunnv uno has a pound of fun in 'every inch of big, good-natured face. no I RENDEZVOUS OF THE ELITE u Francis X. Bushman In 2 Part Drama Trinkets of Tragedy Maurice Costello in A Sentimen- tal Burglar Readln-ffom left to right ink rimnas Born, Ponnook, Struak Los tainnfi Dd Mmi'liv %ianate-Couiiio Mack (Cornelius Schang ijcndcr Baker Du 111 i "THE TREY OF- HEARTS" Alre-'d> Mis Madison hab been ad vised by General Manager Bernstein to call a halt and permit some one to double for HPI But breakdown or no breakdown the plucln little lead is not made of the sort of stuff that gives in, and thus far she has absolutely re fused to employ a double, even in the more dangerous scenes George Larkm who pl-us opposite is standing the ordeil ierj -well, but as a result of a swim which he took m Newport flaj, lie was for eral days thiaatened with pneumonia In connection with the production of this uart of the film, it is an inter- esting fart that so far as can be as certained Mr Larkm, at the time of nis swim performed a feat for the story tint has ncier been attempted previousH the boarding of a swiftlj npving hjdroplaue from the "water In the role of Alan LOT he dived 8-> feeU due ever made for pictures) from the >ardarm of a and swam out" into the bay, where an aeroplane him and came to his rescue. ____ DOCTORS HELPING Men Who'Drink The buss doctor has neither the time nor Pi.ACE to give proper and needed medical attention to his alco- iioiic or drug patients. Your doctor knows that ho cannot cure you .of your heart, stomach, liver, kidney or other1 serious aliment, until you "QUIT" taking raore.and more of ll.o nnioon of alrollol or dlUg-i iHtd %our ssstem, uhlch not only aggra- vate your other ailments but destroys mental and physical manhood. Ask jour doctor about the P-iesil Treatment and the Urge, five story modern fireproof ihullding-fonnerly the Chicago Hospital-with its experienc- ed-physicians, and attendants devoted exclusively to the, care and treatment of high class men and wo- men who want to overcome the cauw and effect of using drink or drug! For full information call or address The NEIL INSTITUTE, 820 13Ui Ave. West, tdlgarj Phone W4525 U NEAL INSTITUTES IN PRINCI PAL Other Good Ones A Prn Fire The Girl You Love in Danger No Way to Escape SEE Don't Miss tlip Erst Episode At STARLAND MONDAY IS HE JOXE.S (The Butler) 1 HIS DOUBLET WHO IS HE! DON'T MISS THIS EPISODE NO. ELUSIVE TREASURE treasure hoi is raiseil by the anchor ot a tramp steamer. A Bailor spies gets It. Arriving at the Bahamas tries to steal away but tlt'hts'and the box falls into the sea. Jones has a mys- terious caller. They arc spied on by Brains and Olga. Braine, excited at the identity of this person, levels his revolver. Florence fires and Braine. shot in the wrist, rushes wildly away. Vrooa learnE about the treasure box and recovers It from tho sea. At a meeting of the "Black. Hundred." iuot as the box is about to be smashed open, the lights go lights are turn- ed box is gone and with it three, members. Who are they? Again the box is mysterious hands the treas- ure chest sinks from view! OTHER BIG ATTRACTIONS STARLAXD CONCERT ORCHESTRA RICHARDS' 4 PRINGLE'S GEORGIA MINSTRELS The Saskatoon Star says 'Richard's' Pringle's famous Georgia Minstrels had'the pleasure of presenting their show last evening tp-a large and. en- thusiastic audience at. the Empire Theatre. Practically even seat was taken -anil, the two-hour programme lengthened by the repeate'd encores demanded The cl.ovr was .very much like all minstrel J.iows, pretty. good in spots 'with a few Tyeak places The first part was particularly.-: good, theie being some very pleasing melodies rendered The end'men were'there every time, and with the assistance ol tho inter- locutor; Mr.' Sldnev 'Kirkpatrick got off some clever skits In the second part there were.several good musical selections by the duartettc, Vino, 'Kirkpatrlcl. and De Acklen, and some clever hoop'rolling by Pearl A saxaphone quartette was also enthusiastically e'nco-ed The show terminated with a nonsensical farco which lasteu tar too long for aK there wai In It of either wit or action The company carried some splendid scenery, the moonlight 'raongst the Georgia nines being beautifully de- picted A very elaborate curtain formed the background for the min- strels during the first part and ,was most effertile. The singers them- selves made a tine appearance A BOA en-piece orchestra gave Splendid as sistance with the musical part ol the programme. Thp" Georgia Minstrels will appear at the Sherman Theatre on Saturday nejt- EMPRESS THEATRE "LUCILLE LOVE" The Girl of Mystery Series A Photoplay worthy of the highest praise; superior to all; equalled by none. Do not miss this play. 'FATHER'S FLIRTATION' A Two Reel Vita-Laugh Feature, starring John Bunny. You will laugh with and at Funny Bunny, the man that spfells fan every time lie smiles. Coming The Gamblers A Broadway Star Foto-Play in 5 Complete Acts. DON'T FAIL TO HEAR World Famous Violinist Ole Theobald! Supported by Miss Stetzel, Vocalist and Miss Helen Keller, Pianist In Wesley Church Wednesday, Oct 21st Popular.' 60 and 25 Seat Plan at Keuny and Allla's REASON'S FOR USING "Alberta's BEER AT MEAL TIMES "ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER" is a concentrated liquid food. Tea and Coffee are in no wise ioods. In countries where beer is used as a table bever- age, dyspepsia is practically' unknown. So is stomach trouble in general. In Germany beer is' more I'reguent- ly drank than at meal time. The prejudice against strong stimulants has in no wise impnire'd the value of "Alberta's Pride the most nutritious of all liquid foods. This beer is absolutely pure. This is no idle claim, but one that we can back up by pi oof. Come to our Brewery and will show you. To those who value strong digestive organs we advise "Alberta's Pride Beer" and we recommend it to convalescents because it is a tonic. THE LEIHBRIDGE MALTING COMPANY, PHONE 504 ;