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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27, THE LETHRIUPGE DAIT.Y HERALD PAGE THREE, A It OR PRESIDENT OF FEDERAL LEAGUE MAKES STRONG INTIMATION AS HE LEAVES NEW YORK Now York, Oct. there was a revival here today o( the ruiii- nj- thai, Brcsnahan of the Chi- cago National League Huh, had sign- ed" a contract as manager n! the Urooklyn Keili'ials, no one could lie found to verily it. President Gilinore, Charles Wcegh- r.ian and other officials of tile Feder- al league left here for the west, litil not one of tliem would substantiate the report. .lust before lie stepped on the train for Chicago today i'lTSidonl (iiluiurc Mid "Within a month 1 will hand some jolts to Oovcinoi: Tcner, Han .loJin- son and Garry Herrmann, as I have at least four big surprises in store for them, anil the baseball public of them before, as many weeks .have rolled by. 1 can assvirc you that our activities within the last few- days have seriously affected Hie pen- nant hopes of one American and two National league duhs." Famous Second Baseman of Athletics Picked to IVSanane N-2W York Am- ericans in 1915; Would Boost Farrell's Club Chicago, Oi't. to-re- "PROGRESS" KENTiSi-l.WEN SMOKER INDICAT- ED FIGHTING SPIRIT OF MEN OF. LETHBRIDGE St. .Mary's Hall was packed to the idoors last night with one of the enthusiastic crowds ever gath- ered under a roof. The occasioii was the Kenlishineifs smoking concert, and the proceuj were advertised go toward tin patriotic fund. thcic. were two good reasons why theit should he a people knew that they would hear .somethint', in tine way of music and entertainment that for pure amusement would lie ports from The j hard to surpass, anil they hail UK; tanous secoiid baseman of the Phila' satisfaction that the price of aihms- A. Frcftich paper's saliru on civilization. LOVE HER, FATHER; ENOUGH TO Id'elphia Athletics, stands a splendid chance oi being aplimnleil manager oi the N'cv.' York aiikccs in IJ15. i HI: ,.m. mv, Collins had a three years' contract of "tiod Save the and a tuast with I'liilailolphia fur' SlS.ilOII, but to thc King. The program was .sion, though small, was to nalcd tfwa'rd a splrndid cause. The concert opened with the sinpi (luring the past season he was made a oiler by thc and he malic Manager Mack give him a new i-unlratt calling fur SH.OUO a year. AiTonling til' the report, Mack is illiiig to let 'l.'iillins go to .New although it would break up his womlrrftll infield. It is said Athletics, for Cclliiis in charge of the Yankees would a big boost for (be anil a money-mater lor the entire circuit. STARS THAT HARDLY TWINKLED IN BIG SERIES COLLINS AND BAKER MAKE A SAD SHOWING IN COMPARI- SON TO WORK IN 1913 During the series of lillll, Collins and Baker cither scored personally, or drove in sixteen of the twenty- three runs made by the Athletics. In the 181-1 series, Collins and Hater scored, or ilrove in, three of the live runs made by their, dull. TheVnre still the backbone anil the standbys oi the team they still pound in (allies made by the Mack- what a difference, both in their own totals and Ihe totals of their squad Collins was up seven- teen times. He drew two passes he struck out only once, and that was Jlis last hat in the last inning, as the death rattle, sounded. In liflecu official "times at he clinked only three hits, all oi them singles, and one of them a giit from Umpire Byrqn. -Avcrags sach showing against his mighty work, a ycur ago. He stole a single cushion. In, the field, he had eight put-outs, ten as- sists and one error. llaker has always heen counted a tremendous hitter :iad a sluggish fielder. In'this series he gnardtxl third as it is sr.ldom protected anywhere. He had eleven putouts, fifteen assists and no errors.-A magnificent showing. At he at least did better than his partner, Collins. In seventeen itimes up, Baker drew one pass, -nick- ed two singles aiid mashed two dou- hits in sixteen official "at a percentage of .250. Three itimes he caressed the unresponsive at- mosphere. Night School Will be Held If Demanded of stellar quality, anil every number was heartily applauded. .Mayor Harriie received a rousing reception when In1 walked in a trille raii.ils i bctaled, and was immedlalely called J are uucii.fur a speech. '1 lie Mayor arose i wimnr. wi to the occasion with one of classes this winter, they will given the opporumiiy the surne as HIGH SCHOOL BOYS WILL PLAY RUGBY make another alter- hovs ........___ion was Thursday night by tho Tlie board lias not 1 tun, ill ii- ii .-i...... (jutilnmil vt i LII uni ui ut.i i womlrrflil infield. It is said juristic patriotic addresses, ami; be ule that the other seven clubs of the Am- ilis Km. cheered to tee echo. i crican Ir-amm. would compensate the j a Popular note, when he voiced the opinion, that although thc "l majority thought that Great BrUain' would win the present struggle ter and that it. entirely with the men now under if she j t, took advan- ililln't, lliil-e were plenty ol of sufll instruction. If there arc Britons ready tf> ma-reli forward pu'plte'apnly for instruction polish the Kaiser anil the remains oiiln ciaases.'ilie school board will bis troops into dreamland. There' omluct them, .the same as last year, were cries of hear, hear and "you I lne exception that the teachers bet your life" when thr.mayor made lvin bv tlle Rugby is going lo debut i'n this town. Tomorrow Bin' -1 trcmhliu the Y. M. C. A., are go- hl-ard it ing li) gather at the Mounted Police barracks for the purpose oi getting thc gridiron game on its feet here. Mr. will lead one team and Roberts i he other, llctli arc ex- ponents of the American style of rugby, hut they are endeavoring to enlist tlie services oi an instructor or two in the Canadian style of game. Volunteers for this work plv lo -Mr. Roberts -at Inc. Re there at tomorrow aitcr- noon, your, oiliest clothes. the assertion that if necessary, every man ill the hall would do his duty if called upon. The cheer that went up would have smitten Ihe Kaiser couiti he ..........._ by the boar numeration will have to come from )juplls wllo instruction. HIGHLY ENTERTAINING FILMS AT THE BIJOU Those who require a I'iiie tonic, suitable to all temperaments can find the same at thc Bijou Theatre. Here ,1-lioeil iioiini ltllu programme started with a !V fine selection of pictures, appealing to t (ic.ciueu 10 al[ Comedy and romance of the beat order figured In tho films shown. A touching romantic episode is thai of "The Fatal splen- didly played, bringing into prominence the feature in modern surgery of thi; transfusion of blood, and giving a climax to a beautiful story. Fun ran loose in the sketch of. "Rastus' Riot- ous Ride." l-Tere there was a comic i element which could not but help j t up thc teachers will have to make with tlleir own arrangements In this re- havc'l And an unworthy father, too! say you. Not a bit of it. Sea the pictures or read the story of the "Trey O'Hearts and you li say it was the most natural thing m the world. You'll be doubly glad you have eyes to see with if you use them to read the novel or see the motion pictures of The Prologue and 1st Instalment of this Great Serial Story to be seen for the Last Time Tonight, nmlly ;l lallgh. I other pieces lent variety to a well- seiected bill which met with an agree- the i able response, and afforded relaxation pleas- pacious auditorium of the Empress FANS TOO BOISTEROUS Cleveland Police Captain Crabs Ama- teur Boxlna Show JACK DUNN RECEIVES FOR PLAYERS Manager ind Part Owner of Baltimore Internationals Cleans Up by Disposing of the Beit of Athletes Baltimore, Md.. Oct. Dunn got more than for the pick of the 'Baltimore several of have failed to make, good with their new employers. Twombly and 'Daniels, who were sold to the Cincin- nati Reds for J15.000, fell down in hit ting. Shortstop Derrick, handed over to the Reds for and subse- quently sold to the Cubs.for the pur- chase mice, feil down. Pitcher Ruth, bouglit'for by Red Sox, did not come up to expectations and was Bent to The Red Sox, bo'ivever, purchased a valuable man In Pitcher Shore for while the Yankees gav.B up JSOOO for Cree. Dunn received for Third Baseman Midkiff, now- with IxiiitavJllfe, and for Catcher Mc- Avby from the Athletics. Jawn to- Be Pitied- Mustbehell to live on a year. Jawn 'McGraw aays he. can't .dig up ?300 to pay his personal property tax. DOCTORS HELPING Men Who Drink The busy- doctor, has neither the time nor P-LACB to give proper and needed attention to his alco- holic or. drug-patients. your doctor knows that he cannot cure you of your heart, stomach, liver, kidney or other serious ailment until you "QUIT" taking more of the poison of alcohol or drugs Into your system, which not only aggra- vate your other ailments but destroys mental and physical manhood. Ask your doctor about the Treatment and the large, five story modern fireproof huilding-formerly the Chicago its experienc- ed physicians, nurses and devoted exclusively to the care and treatment of high class men and wo- men who-want to overcome the nriri effect of uoliic drink or drugs For full Information call or address The NBAI, INSTITUTE, S20 13th. Are. Weal, Calgarv. Phone W-15J5 10 MEAL INSTlfUTM IN PRINCI- PAL sfaction oi all, anil Itanncrman anil gave a beautiful rendering of 'Larboard Watch." K. Paunch was called hack in a huwy after he had given, "It's a Long Way lo Tip- by tlie most vociferous ap- ilaiise, and' the entire audience joined Cleveland, Ohio, Oct fight fans agreed-today.'that iiiuLiiiE killed home of every national amateur champion. Tho Ohio state boxing tournament, held hers Saturday nlsltt was turned into n fnrce when .Police Captain Graul. noting as Mayor Baker's, per- sonal representative, allowed tho show to continue with the understand- ing that "no hard blows be hit" On one occasion a'bout.was stopped be- cause the "cheering was too loud." CLABBY IN CAMP Hammond Scrapper Begins Training Today for Bout With Chip San Francisco, Oal., Oct. Clabb'y and his training party, includ- ing Joe Welling, Chicago lightweight; Frank Macqueen, trainer; Young Jes- siip, sparring partner, and Larney Lichtenstein, manager, will select quarters here .today, where Clabby will prepare for his match November with George Chip for the middle- weight title. Joe Welling has been promised a match with Eddie Moy, 'who recently boxed a 20-roulld draw with Milburn Saylor, within the next three weeks. LAJOIE ON THE BENCH Famous Player Must Make Way. for Younger Man in, 1915 Cleveland, Ohio, Oct. La- joie'will not be a member of the regu- lar Cleveland team next season. He will do bench duty to give.a younger player a chance. Youngsters will bo given more opportunities next season, the object being to inject more speed into tbe team. The veterans will join Larry on the.bencb or be traded. HOPPE LED AT. MONTREAL Willie Hoppe, champion bfillurd player of. easily defeated Melbourne Inman, the English chain pion, in the four days' piny at mixed styles, which closed at Montreal Sat- urday night, by a score of -855 to 2059. They are playing in Toronto now. The final games .will be played in Winnipeg. the singing oi this famous song, f. Jackson brought the house down with his rendering of comic and was compelled to give., several 'ncores. Harry Kent gave a beautiful ren- lering of "My and respond- ed to an encore. Messrs. Cornell, Skelton, Rossitcr, Brown, llcKenty anil others contributed toward the iveaing of enjoyment, and it was a late hour when" the last SOUR was sung.Mr. .0. Kay -officiated at the piano. li. Hagfll and Mr. Wakelin made efficient chairman, "old c-ountry There were about 150 present, and possibly till per were THE RAJAH. FELL DOWN Roger Bresuahun had several op- portunities to drive in runs that might have won the city championship for tho Cubs, .but the roly-poly athlete fatt- ed to deliver, consequently the West Side fans are not so strong for Hoger for the management of'the Taft club next year. KICKED 'WITH DIAMOND HORSESHOE One day last spring tbe stubby toe of Chubby Charles booted Johnny 13v- ers off tbe Cub payroll, and the mo mcntum carried the owner of some distance from that same' iiiay- roll.' After the baseball season, the standing now Evers..................5J5.313.05 Murphy............... PASSING OF BLACK MENACE Sani Langford is. not the great fightr-l he lu an> infcans He wab beaten b> Joe Jeanne-He recont- Iv and Jcannctte also appears to bo slipping back VMlh the passing ol that trio of great colored lighters Johnson Longford the lira" w eights mat' he able tu take down thr championship titlo before another, year passes. spy IN foreigners. Any who desire to enroll communicate with .Mr. .J. H. wood, secretary-treaKiirpr. Training Building, Central should Fleet- Manual School i Theatre to witness the second and third installments of the magnificent "Lucille Love, the Girl of Mystery" serial. This masterpiece is proving lone of the most Interesting photo- seen in Lethbridge. It is Phono 3S13, as. early as a- masterpiece full of thriving rno- Advt. ments, and a story of immeasurable heart serial that, as the plav progresses, will prove of. great educational value, as the scenes are laid In many countries and obtained at great expense. Do not miss this sensational' play of plot and counter plot, devised anil worked oui by cun- ning, alert story that will live and b'reathe'with you. On Wednesday and Thursday all features will tie shown, the first a three-reel Irish love story, "Colleen also a two-reel special photo- drama, and two jolly rollicking, rib- tickling comedies, making a program of the usual Empress stan- dard. TRAVELLED WITH THE KAISER ON HIS LAST VISIT TO KING- GEORGE cent, of these Ive-atishmcn'. The ciiainnun's was decorated with a huge Kentish apple, grown at Teynham, where 40 or 50 of the members of the Lcthhridge Association resided formerly. London, Oct. Daily Ex-: press in a special article, describes the career of Steinhaer, head ot the COMPLAINT FROM DOONDALE Doondale. Alta., Oct. In Thousands of early and certain relief is found for tho ailments to which all are ailments due to defective or irregular action of ths stomach, liver, kidneys or the most famous family remedy, the world has ever known. IU.UH secret Service, whose name eight or ten settlers near the Endon figured in recent spy prosecutions j post office are making an. effort to in this country. It fays he even, tn have an inspector come out to Ihe occasion of the Kaiser's last vrjit I the proofs for proving up their home- to England, stayed as a member oi i steads. One of them is a man over his suite In Buckingham palace. years of age, while the others lino en or eight years ago, Steinhaer was I it difficult this year 10 meet tiie ex- placed at tiie head of the German peuses of a trip to Ifedicine Hat. secret service on what he terms the Their application for an officer of j personal friendship of the Kaiser, who the department to visit themams been gave him a free hand to organize a down hv the Medicine-Hat ag- should not suffer from the lack oE Ho made.frequent to thiom, got into touch with the pn are justly famous because they have proved to be so reliable aa correctives or preventives of the sufferings, dull feelings and dansordue to indigestion or biliousness. If you will try them to cleanse your system, purify your blood, tone your stomach, stimulate your liver and regulate: your bowels, you will, know why so many rely on Beecham's Pills to Insure Health few months hail: appointed paid ag ents in London and in every arsenal and dockyard town, in every import- ant provincial city: anil even in vil- lages on the Knglish and Scottish coasts. Letters for this master spy- were addressed Stcinhaer, Potsdam, nothing more. It was a suilicient ad- tlress for the German postal authori- ties, who had instructions to deliver air such letters without the slightest delay. "It was in May, the Express, "that the Kaiser unil his master spy carried -out their machia- vellian plot of conviiig to London to- gether and using Buckingham -Palace for furthering their treachereyjs ile- loof AwKcdicio. in tie Sold .TOT.rf-.OT. In Si cenu Free Treatment for a-miplc treatment of Pyramid Pllo Remedy mulled freer for trial plvca quick relief, stops itching, bleeding or protrucUiiK pllos, hoinorrliolda uiiil nil rectal truUbluE, In tho privacy of your own home. I'yramlrt Pllo llemiKl.v IB (or salo at all druggists, GOc ft box. Mail this Coupon to tho flYltAMID DRUG COMPANY, US Illdit.. Mich., with yonr ftih naino and on n slip of paper, and citmplo treat, incnt of the Bront Pyrnmta File Slcinodr.wtll then Ixrsenlyou at onco y njiill, KRBI3, In plain wrapper. complete service of spies Britain. In order that the Groat turned down by the Medicine-'Hat ag- ent although promised by N. Spen- but they still hope to have one sent here. T, an, in ,e Sue, C nal, a naj and a try, got into touch with the pnnci- pal Herman residents, and within a 000010 food food to wreck the British Rmpirc. That month teic Kaisrr visited Lon- don for thc purpose .of attending the unveiling by the King of the Queen Victoria memorial. He remained in London nearly a week. One oi the members of liis suite was Stcinhaer. Steinhaer went to ilnckingham Pal- ace. All the time the Kaiser was professing tho greatest: friendship for Great Britain, he knew that his nins- iti- had (specially Ill-ought, over with him, was engaged in perfecting the organization which hoped would tumble thc Hritish Umpire in. the dust. One afternoon, while the Kaiser was'fulfilling a pri- vate engagement, in London, Stein- haer riiet his principal and must agents: in a West End hotpl, managed 'hy, a German. There, in a. private "room, this gang of spies held a conference' ami handed their reports to: Stcinliaer. That night Steinhaer took his reports to Buck- ingham Palace, .'and it is only rea- sonable :to suppose: that he lost no time, hi communicating them to the Emperor." COL. SEELEY'S NARROW ESCAPE London, Oct. n J. B Seelev, formei seeretaiv of state for war had a narrow escapo from deatli icoe'ntly at tbe front, according to ad- vices leceiveil here Tlie wheel of the motor In which he uas trav- elling Vras shaUcicti bj a German shrapnel shell Good Digestion Importance of Preventing Food Fer- mentation in Stomach Good digestion usually means good health. So long as the stomach does its work properly disease can" find no 'odgnient in the human system; the liver, kidneys and intestines will pel- form their worl: perfectly, and remain 111 perfect health; hut. permit any- thing to interfere with tho proper di- ;estion of food, an unending set of .roubles is set in motion. About the .inly thing that..will upset .the stomach and' interfere with digestion is an ex cess of acid, usually caused by food fermentation." Food fermentation is due to chemical action ill the food itself. This fermentation causes the formation oi' sas, .or wind, as well as acid, resulting In'.'tbe unnatural ills tentioli of the stomach and tlie burn- lug by the' acid of tlie delicate lining tjf tile Medicine and tonics cannot relieve Chis usually -make it n-crac. The fermentation and acid are to blame and these must be overcome and prevented by taking after meals a leaspoonful of uisurated magnesia in a little hot or cold water. Physicians recommend Disunited magnesia espec- ially because it stops and prevents fer- mentation of food and neutralizes the acid instantly, making it bland and harmless, without irritating the stom- ach in any way. Get a little bisurated magnesin, from your druggist and try H the next time your fopd ferments and upsets your stomach. Note quickly the acid Is neutralized and how soon you forget that you have such a thing as a stomach._________ Prologue and 1st Instalment TREY HEARTS Rtarlaml Tonight EMPRESS THEATRE THE HOUSE OF QUALITY Tonight For The Last Time LUCILLE LOVE" The Girl of Mystery The sensation of two continents. The 2nd and 3rd instalments will .be shown, insuring one ot the finest programmes ever seen in the city. No advance in price. Two Comedy Reels of real -worth, that are suro fire hits on same Programme. Do nat Kia: this -serial. If you do you will be sorry the rest of Your .Life.. Wednesday and Thursday will be All Feature Dates as we'.lt when Colleen Bawn" An Irish. Foto-Play In 3 a 2 Act Special and 2 Comedies will be shown. Empress Orchestra, Afternoon and Also The Hobo Tenor will sing "The Song That Reached My Heart" Bijou Theatre To-night ROMANCE AND COMEDY Rastus' Riotous Ride See how the U. S. Parcels Post works in this Irrertatlblo comic sketch. "Slippery Slim's Stratagem" (A Great Fun Raiser) "The Fatal Portrait" I A Daring Getaway (4. Beautiiul Romance Splendid- (A Thrilling ly Played) 110o "'a Reduce the High Cost of Living, By Shopping at the North Lethbridge Public Market Open every Wednesday 8 to 12 a.m. n Saturday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Xorlh Lcthliridge can support a good L'ub- 'lie Marker and farmers Avill bring in their produce quickly as the tiado demands it. There arc five booths handling meats, beef, pork, mutton and poultry. Fish, hutteveggs, fruits and produce of all kinds handled at other The producer handles his own goods there- fore, you get the benefit' of the middlemen's profits. A Public Market in North Lethbridge has, been n long felt Show your apprecia- tion by your patronage. The goods will be theie tomorrow and hereafter on every Wednesday and Saturday- Come and see us at UNITY HALL, !Avenue North. ;