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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1914 THE L'ETHBRIPCE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE Jn'clock Sherman Theatre ETery' (Empress Theatre '6000 feet of the world's best photo I play showing for last time tonight Militant II .1 ._ I. Ill...........HI ,lln _ I Empress Theatre Five massive reels. Every man, woman and child in the city .hould see this great Palhe production A masterpiece in every sense of the word Where you are always comfortable NEW RECORD BREAKER Your Services May be Needed at the the Rifle Club "The call to arms" ie the most im- portant movement in the city today. 'Every man fee'is the necessity of be ing prepared in a case extremity. .Many are availing themselves of tho opportunity to learn the soldier's art, tut there are still many more who hv a same sense oj patriotism, but have'not the inclination to affiliate themselves with corps, as yet; but who, In a case, of strong ne- cessity, will surely be in line. .To-these, in the meantime, here is an rtnpnrtunitv to learn the Liggost (actor in a .soldier's equipment of ,-knowledge straight shooting the '.value of which very, very dearly from the Boers in the cam- paign on toe Join the Rifle 'club and learn to shoot straight. .If iyou have not Joineli the drilling siiuad, ,mak9 your initial step in the call to arms movement by affiliating with toe club, or do both. Believing tbat many would-join the Bifle flliib and avail themselves of tho clean, inexpensive sport of rifle shoot- Ing If more were known about it, we propoie to outline it briefly as foi lowi Rifles are issued by the government, one for every three members. One hundred rounds "of ammunition are is: sued free to each member annually Who pays, the regular-fee of (3.00 per 3 ear After these 300 rounds are spent, ammunition is purchased at 2 cents per round. A fee of 25 cents is charged members at the shoot to pay the marker Alemhers may usa the rifles, with the open sights Issued, or may fit them up, with other approved sights .Tnst'at this time when man feels that it might be a good thine to know how to handle a mill tary rifle, it would be well to remem ber that the practice at the lange is exactly what you need There are al- some oldei leads present who ulll ;wlllinglv "coach" you on the jse of the rifle, correct handling ot sights at the different ranges, etc The meihfaership fee, is reduced to 50 for the remainder of the season Regular practices are held everv Sat urday afternoon A new set of targets is being installed tnis week so as to provide ample accommodation for all If interested look up A B Stafford, Major Burnett or T JIcLeod, or come to the range on Saturday, and you will be looked after Championship Events of th? Province-Open to Amateurs Leonard, who. won less than half of his .games last year for th.s Red Sox, established a record this year by winning 16 games, while losing three. He also performed the remarkable feat of pitching 190 Inn- ings during which his opponents scor- ed only 28 runs against-him, an aver- age of less than otic and one-fifth runs per nine inning game Leonard owes his wonderful development to Bill Carrigan, catcher-manager for .the Red Sox. Carrigan has worked patiently with Leonard, and has developed him into one of the wonderful pitchers of the present season. And- it must be remembered that Leonard's record thisseasdn has been made with a team back of him that is weaker than it was last year Edmonton, Sept. 2. On Monday next, September 7th, Labor Day, the Edmonton Canoe Club will hold their Annual Fall Regatta at their Club House, Alhert. commencing promptly at two o'clock in the aftcr- I noon. An elaborate program has been j prepared, embracing all the various races as staged by the most up-to- data canoe clubs in the eaat, und this will doubtless be the most complete boating day ever held in the West. The great majority ol races will be open to any amateur and will he em- blematic of the championship at Ai- lierta. Amatiurs must haw their cariis that they are in gourt i standing. Over a dozen championship cups are being donated and. .'.pwarils ot iorty medals, all .being suitably c.i- graved. Entries must be in no.t later than September jih, 'all events except the ladies' singli: biaile siiigle, for which post Mil'irs will he accepted. From the- number of contestants now entered it Junks as ii. every event will prove a L-attle royal with an exoU-ing finish. Entries will, be received through the Sporting Editor of this paper, I who will mail same so that they will I reach Edmonton not later than the above date New York 2, Brooklyn G. Boston 7, Philadelphia 5. Boston 12, Philadelphia 3. (Second game.) Chicago 3, Cincinnati 4. Pittsburg 4, St. Louis 1. AMERICAN Detroit 6, New York 6. Chicago 4, Washington 4. St. Louis 9, Boston 0. St. Louis 3, Boston 7. (Second gams.) FEDERAL Brooklya 1, Buffalo 3. Brooklyn :5, Buffalo 5. (Second game.) Kansas City 3, St. Louis 4. Indianapolis 2, Chicago 0. Baltimore-Pittsbure: Rain. MINER BROWN TO BROOKLYN Chicago, II., Sept Brown, succeeded GS manager of the St. Louis Federals by Fielder Jones, j became today a member of tbe Brook- [lyn team ol the same league The t Brooklyn club assumed Brown's con- tract, which, it is said, ca'ils for a sal- lary of a year for three years. BOSTON SOX STILL BELIEVE THEY CAN CATCH. ATHLETICS "Don't let anyone tell you that the Red Sox have given up hopes of landing the aald Manager Bill Carrigan we need is the change of fortune that puts the hit in at the right time The team haim't been hitting hard, but If the hits came at the right time they'd be sufficient to win a 16t of ball games wr us The in- field Is playing greal defensive and the pitchers are going Manchester, Vt Sept 2 -Ths first of the favorites for the national am- ateur goh tills wab eliminated in the first rodnd of match on the Ekwanok links afternoon, when Claries Eiani, Jr cf water, wiitern champion in and a prominent figuie in the recent t open championship tournaments, was, eliminated hj Ebcn M of the. Allegheny Country of Pittsburgh r-liiimpion in 1906, and run ner up in 1802 and 1103, liv a score of one up Dyers won laigolv because of his ability to plav his approach shots dead. I Jerome Tracers, the title holder, was caincd to the seventeenth hole refore he could win from J B Schlollnian of Dctioit 1'he cham- pion was in good foim, go.ng out m 36 and tavmg 32 foi the ciflit holes coming in, when he won, 2 up, one to play -Travers will, meet: Byers tomorrow 11 what is cipcclcd to lie the fea- ture match; of. the tournament. Francis Ouimet, last ear's open champion and the Flench amateur title holder, had to play the full rcond to dispose of H K Marston, of Bdltusrol Ouimpt went aroimd in 74, taking a two for tin. V-irtfemh hole, while Ins opponent made the course, in 75. Old' records for lh'9 national 'ama- teur golf championship tournaments were broken WliSn the qualifying rounds were ;flnished this morning. Lay R Gorton, liracburn, and Fownes, Jr of Oakmont, establish- ed new figures fgr holq quality- inn total with'141 strokes apiece Tip best previous record was 148, hy Walter J. Travis, m 1907. FATE OF 3ENNETT CUP (Calgary Albertan) Edmonton Callies would not play. Red De-sr scratched to Cal- gary Callies. Lethbridge beat Medicine Hat, and then when it found.it was once .more in grips with..the hereditary anemy from Calgary, would not come through. Result Calgary Callies champions of Alberta. It may be a very un- satisfactory way of becoming champions, and it Is unlikely that the Callies will accept the trophy known as the Bennett Shield, for the reason ,that'although they won it consistently.for five'seasons In "succession, the promise of a pre- sent of individual.medals from the donor was not lived un-to. It.is commonly stated that Mr. Bennett wanted the trophy to go to Edmon- ton; and when it was won so often by. the Invincible Culgary., Gallic: team, he withdrew, .the individual prizes So there you are And the Callies.are again Tonight 40 All British INTERNATIONAL Jersey City 0, Rochester 4. Providence 0, Montreal 6 Baltimore 3, Toronto 1? Baltimore 8, Toronto 1. (Second jr.ni? L Newark 3. Buffalo 1. Newark 1, Buffalo 8. (Second game.) AM. ASSOCIATION Milwaukee 8, Ixiuisville 2. St. Paul 2; Columbus 3. Kansas City 7, Indianapolis 5. Minneapolis 6, Cleveland 1. Minneapolis 4, Cleveland 5. (Sec- ond game.) WESTERN CANADA EASY FOR ESKS Medicine Hat, Sept. had it on Lcmli'y and defeated Hatters ten to four. Both teams hit Frink pitched.hig league stuff in pinches. END OF GOOD SERIES Saskatoon, Sept. 2. Tho Quakers copped the iourth game of the crucial series.here this aiternoon after a des- perate the final score- teing 1 to 0. t Retina, Sspt.' won both gamss today, but taileriders put up a tcrappy argument in each. They nev- er looked like scoring against Berg- er's good pik'hmg in the afternoon, but- put up a sterling defensive game 'behind Boyce, so that the Red had to woik tor tlicir runs The scores were 2 to to 5. FULLERTON'S FANCIES Evidently the Pittsburg -team has decided to maintain strict neutrality in the National league war. Twentyfive printers', two ball play- ers, an umpire anil a'bartender got to arguing about the Fed league in Kansas City. One two arrested. Baseball is the only business In the world where the employer will pay. a man a salary because the other fellow wants- him. 'Prank Chance says the tfed. league makes a manager's-, life a hard provnc it possible to paint the Ifiy H. M. S. DEFENCE DREADNOUGHTS SAILORS AT DRILL SAILORS WORKING CATLING ARMY BALLOONS Only War Views BUCKINGHAM PALACE! MEMORIAL TO QUEEN VICTORIA LONDON BOY SCOUTS TARGETS AT SEA TRAFALGAR SQUARE. Million Dollar Mystery also shown loathe Last Time Tonight six massive reels, Monday-Tuesday-Wednesday c- BOSTON THERE AT LAST Philadelphia, Pa., Sept. Two victories for Boston over Philadelphia today, scores 7 to B and 12 to 3, and the defeat New York hy Brooklyn, enabl- ed the former to take the lead in the National league. Boston hit the ball hard in both games. NATIONAL Boston New York St. Louis Chicago Brooklyn Cincinnati Philadelphia Piltsburg W. L'. Pet. 65 51 .500. 63 51 ,553 0-t 58 .525 83 58 .521 54 62 .4.60 55 04 .462 53 63 .457 53 63 .457 AMERICAN Philadelphia S3 38 Boston SO I Washington 61 D7 'Detroit Jl ChlcaKO 60 63 New York St. Louis Clsveland 56 67 39 .686 .583 .517 .508 .488 .455 .455 .314 FEDERAL Indianapolis Chicago Baltimore Brooklyn Buffalo Kansas City St. Louis Pittsburg 68 52 66 54 61 54 58 57 58 57 56 64 54 67 19 65 .567 550 .530 5fll .504 467 .446 .430 GOING DOWN Brooklyn, N.Y., Sept. York dropped out pf first place in tie Na- tional league 2 to 6 to Brooklyn, Which advanced to fifth po- sioitn. Marquard was knocked out of the box in five innings, .Brooklyn making 11 hits, Including five doubles and a triple. You're Not Too Late to take your Vacation if you-go to Southern Alberta's Eamous Summer Resort, '.-with' 18 miles of water for launches and Waterton Lakes Is the place that asnurea you a .good holiday. BEST TROUT FISHING IN THE MOUNTAINS ACCOMMODATION AT THE NEW LAKE HOTEL7 Rates: and per day Stage leaves King Edward Hotel at Plncher-Creek, 'ATLANTIS" AT STARLAND THEATRE ON MONDAY Six-Reel Masterpiece to be Offered For Thre-s Days Only It is a singular coincidence that the Great Northern Film Oo.'s big. produc- tion of "Atlantis" should contain a shipwreck scene exactly similar to the recent unfui'taoate catastrophe, which befell the Caaadian Pacific litt- er, Empress of Ireland; a fine dramatization of 'Gerhart Hauptr mann's novel -of the same name, was written a few years ago. The film production -was completed a few months ago. All tbe'more strange, then, .is the fact that the great author conceived for his stirHn? novel a shipwreck so probable and re- alistic that it should actually happen in. real life some years later. In "At- lantis" a collision. In.a fog occurs, causing the ship to sink within a very short time afterwards, being an exact parallel to the re'al diaaiter. AU the horrible incidents pertaining to the sinking of the Empress of Ire- land that been described la the newspapers are actually brouxht be- fore the eyes In "Atlantis Take it to MAC He knows what's YOUR GUN. Fifteen perlenca with the Leading 'Ohm manufacturers of and America. given prompt attention. 0, I GUNSMITH. Fifth Street South. Phone 1032 P. O. Box An official report from uys that a German cavalry corpa marching towards the forest of Compitgne en- gaged the British, end that the British captured ten gum. IN SHOE POLISHES Black-Tan-White 1 Qg p. r. DALLET Co, LTD. BOTTAIO, K.T, HAKLToicCMir. ;