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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1914 Til ELETH BRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE Chicago, Sept. 17. A chance (or (the Federal League, to participate in a-he world's series was asked an a let- Hcr from Jas., A. Gilmore, president of the Federal League, to members o! .tiic National Baseball Commissioji, In a for a Iruce'ih of tupRbrten of the game, Mr.. Gil- more declared that tlie National figtfwneut did not prohibit the clubs in organized baseball playing outside club's, the claims of tho Federals to .fee n .major league and that no club cnuld rightfully cla-lm. the -world's uritM it haft met the j pennant, winners of the Federal Lea- PENNANT NEVER LOOKED SO GOOD TO HIM BEFORE saw on j Harvard, Cliaries Deal will be 23 on October Yale Princeton and still in 30 Jle was born in Pa 'the running Church the Princeton ttaHer MaunuIIe will be 22 oiijcaptain and 1912 title bolder, waa November 11 He born in Spring- iuclvy enough to land at the top of the .Operate on James E. Sullivan New York, E. Becretary-treaaurer ,r.of_-. tho Amateur Athletic union, underwent an operation today for an intestlna'l oh fltniction. condition was report- ed tonight as satisfactory, with no -complication? i. Manager Herzog Suspended Cincinnati; Ohio, Sent. of the Cincinnati Na- c'ul> flas heen Indefinite Ij suBpended b> President Tener of the-National league for disputing a de- cision of'the umpire in a game played hat Spilled, but Unhurt Sept. Ixiuls Dia- tirow, the automobile racer, capsized In a racing machine on the Norfolk truck while tuning iin for lo i racM, but escaped unhurt. Mass. Outfielders Joseph Connolly was 27 on-February 12. Fie was horn in R.-1. Joshua, Dsvore will-be 27 uu H He was born m "Murray Ohio Collins was 25 on Mav 7 He was horn in PuIasIU, Tenn. Ted Gather on 20 He was born m Chester, Pa Oscar Dugcj will be 21 on Octobu ,25.' He. horn! in Tex. IjEBlie will be 22 on November IS.1-. He. was born in Lincoln, Neb, bracket, nhile Willidms was at the bottom Therefore, these old time rh ftls prouably will not meet before the semi final round at tue earliest EVERS' DAY IN BOSTON Boston, Mass Sept 16 bat Ung and 'briKiant fielding enabled Bos- ton to 'win from St. uouis toj 2....It-was the local cap- lain beingipresentcd with a silver ser- vice by his club assistants. KILBANE MEtTS ATTELL Los Angeles, Cnl, Sept Tohnnj Kiibone and will fight 20 rounds at Vcrnon, on the night of Qct- )ber' 16, for tho featherweight cham- pionship of the world, it "was annqimej ed fodai lost his title to Kil Tbe Royal Canadian Golf associa- tion, Lcunbton, has cancelled the Championship meeting, intend- ed to be hc'id at Lambton during the weelt'of September 23 Federal league is putting up the closest race or the season Chi cgao ind Indianapolis are going to and' tuck and are now on terms 1 he> tied up Tuesday, and yesterday's reaiilts failed to make anj change Then take a glance at the other right on heals, followed clostlj Broo'Uvn and Buffalo'; AM. ASSOCIATION Louisville 89 Milwaukee Indianapolis Columbus Glei eland Kansas Cit> Minneapolis St PdMl 85 84 71 80 77 77 76 79 74 83 i4 102 .574 .55G 543 ,523 .500 49L 172 Dont overlook tbe race in this league Louisville has a comfortable little margn as league leader, but they have got to keep up a killing pace k ixvep ut jet be over- hauled Five clubs m the 500 per cent class is a worthv showing at this slage of the tace, and it is sel- dom I eaten outside oE the American Association, German Fiends and Their Deeds CONTINUED PROM FRONT PAGE foor Belgians in their (struggle tor freedom and for Jhctr homes It is harl for anjonc to restrain from tears when he hears of all the inno tent victims of those bafbarous Oer- manti. old nion and oven lit- In pounds 1912 lie children are rulhleislj shot with- out an) cause "S ouni; girls are at- tscfccil' andi violaitcd (or the. Uatisfac- They will weigh 122 i tion of thoie bruf's I know ot caste, whtrc those -.vlia. beasts Tillages and took the maror anil scorts of the most important citi- zens, placed them against a uall and shot thorn so excited that thev gave birth to children right on the street the villages were reduced to nothing but corpses, were burnt Tan you blame a man for taking up in defence of his poor ccuntrj t" Cal'ens communicates with his friend here almost week Mr Van Heck has consented to translate those messages tehich any bear ing oa the war, or which carry a touch of human interest so that Her- ald readers n'jH now he able to get the truth from Belgium at rect from" the line The lefetet is dated at Ttneltr, i Situated among picturesque sur Foundings .near Colorado Springs, Colo., stands the Union Printers Home, an institution typifies the humanity of intelligent trade-un ionism. TJiis noble institution was built, equipped and is maintained by the International Typographical Un- ion for the accommodation of its mem- bers who are stricken down toy sick- ness, especially by tubercular trouble, to which the printerman is somewhat liable. In its arrangements for the treatment of tubercular disease, blie Home IB without a rival on the Am- erican continent, and Its percentage of cures" is remarkable. Sustained sole- y by the members of the International Typographical Union, among whom are numbered the printers of Leth bridge, its doors are open free of.all coat, to sick union printers An interesting series of slides, illus- trating life at the Home "wIK be ex- ilbited, by arrangement iritb the man- ager, at Starland' Theatre on Friday and Saturday, and every citizen o! Lethbrldge'is urged to see them. "THE MILLION DOLLAR MYSTERY. TO.NIGHT One of the added attractions to be seen at Starland theatre tonight will be the seventh episode of the million dollar Thanhouser photo-aerial "The Million Dollar Mystery." Mr. Pete': Murphy, who IB more than pleasing Starland patrons will be heard tonight singing the very latest song; published, viz., "When it's night- time 'dofwn in, TJie public is, invited to.hear this great song tonight, not" after every- body is humming it. Everybody will soon be singing It, because .it's the most captivating, most entrancing, most magnetic ballad published in tears. It has'a sentiment that grips and a melody that holds. No.mention need 'be made of the. cdmedy. sfde of tonight's programme, as Starland is in a class... by: itself when it comes to se.- curing the best laugh "producers'In the moving picture world. Taking the hole programme from start to.finish, tonight's bill will be one that will long be remembered with pleasure. DICKENS' COMING 'TO 'BIJOU The types in "The Old Curiosity which will be shown at the Bijou on Friday and Saturday, are a'd> mirably Inasmuch as they are easily distinguishable and seem [o fit into their places without a lot of make-up After the play gets well started, its construction is very much Setter than could be where characterization --is the main issue. There suspense .ntroduced for-a- while, the "single sentlemanV" pursuit of Little Ne'il and her grandfather, Dickens diverts attention from the main Issue con- stantly, very In the rela- I Empress Wednesday and Thursday "The Curse of Greedw A MASTER PUAYER8 PRODUCTION IN 5 PARTS "Bunny Buys a Harem" And Stanley Jarvis IN "WHISPER AND I SHALL HEAR" BIJOU Friday and Saturday The Old Curiosity Shop GUARANTEED TO BE AUTHENTIC IN EVERY SCENE. v ACTUAL SURROUNDINGS AS THEY ions of Dick Swlveller and "The'Mar- but the photo-drama fol- ovvs tbe central line of interest, mere- y introducing ,tlie types they necessary. The play will pi-ease Dickens' many lovers and deserves high praise, because It gives a living picture of epoch in com- plete and (trtietic composition form. ,l "The.OId ter photo-play which assure a big crowd for tlie Bijou for two days. The standard of quality because based on long experience and built of best materials McClaiys Gas Ranges Built to burn natural 'have every convenience, every time and gas econo-, mizing device. See the, McClary dealer. ,_ Sold by McKeown Hardware ;