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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1014 THE LETH BRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE FIVE ADMITTED IT Gporgo Slallings, manager of the Braves, is lamed for having a sharp tongue, but he plays no favorites, flrcs his broadsides' without discrimination. Almost every man on the team has been "failed" at r.onie time or aiiotlier. In a recent it became evident Unit a pinch hitler might be needed in the ninth inning. Throe bails hail been culled" against Hank ClowtJy, the catcher, and Stailings reimirkoil: "If Hank gets on I guess let old ivory head lake a crack." "Ball shouted the umpire, and beforn StaUiiiKs coulii name 'his pinch hitter five oC Hravcs, {each armed with ;i were marching toward plate. Baseball Freaks In Preparation for the World's Title Match With Inman, English Champion New York, .N. Y., Scjil. 00. -iVl-u- lar interest in uutconsi; oi In- ternational hiU'lnrd inatcli between "Willie" lloppc, ol New York, and Melbourne Inman, of England, is In !is iilaycd under the inanagc- mcnt of Hobcrt H. Benjamin at the Nov.- York, beginning Sopioinlicr 28, increased i-tsttr- league, is batting seci day was mailcf.erican league, .372. at practice1, game of point'.; nt English billiards, lajole. who batted .335 last season mail" 'the remarkable average of lliir.-; vMle tho Cleveland club was is ty-live. hutting .230 this season, "i have rtecp. practicing English bil-; liariis Jjoiirs anil-more-a be j through the assembling of hostile difficult of comprehension to many- forces in American terrlton The us of a materialistic age, but it is suggestion that the withdrawal of it wholesome, even Iramatic in the portrayal. intensely i IMMIGRATION AT STANDSTILL Ottawa, Sept to- conditions immigration to Canada through ocean ports is practically at a standstill at the present time. The onlv arrivals are returned Canadians ofTicpr of thp dp- aartment. The only class of immigra tion ttbich. continues inconsiderable that from the United States: Americans .continue-to arrive n tlie west in considerable numbers, As they are possessed of plen- of monev The movement from the United States to Canada is 'expected to "con- tinue throughout tfie war. The population of Chicago Is now estimated at Uo million and a Iiulf. troops from Canada for service with the Bntish army on the continent of Europe may'be a temptation to the enemies of' Great Britain to make a demonstration on the Canadian side of the border, is supposed to be behind the uneasiness to be telt In con- nection with the alleged s Real Relief from suffering means -true hap-' piness. The trouble due to indi- gestion and biliousness, is removed quickly, certainly and sufely A Mi ;