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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1914 THE LETlfrBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE! EES2T HER FIGHTING Ci TONIGHT All Features Western Canada League Teams Lost Bunch Money Mttlicine Alberta, Sept. Uuuging from' Uic harmonious nature of 'the annual initttiUig of the Western Canada Baseball League yesterday, president Fleming .HKiiIe a good ex- ecutive head ELT the league during the past season..... Deacon White of Edmonton, and Sam Savage of .Calgary, ypming from cities whence the loudest public pro- tests against Fleming's administra- tion came, both souiidml their prais- es Tor the president, while differing from him in certain matters of pol- icy. llmpire Wheeler was the chief bone of contention, Fleming, held that pop- ular umpilM were generally not efli- cient, being more anxious to pioasc fJie crowd than to lue impartial. He said Wheeler was a good umpire. .J All the clubs lost from to I but there was a general opin- I iou that next season would be better, war or no war, and H was arranged to1 hold an adjourned meetiii'g at Me- dicine Hat in February during bon- spiel week to elect oflicers and com- pltte details for next season. 1 During the season SfifiU in lilies was collected, ut which is yH ow- ing. There was some d scussion about lines ot each.placed on Edmonton and Medicine Hat for making a farce of a game. The meeting passed a motion up- holding all the jiresident's decisions and lines imposed. PUTS UP PAIR SHOES FOR I BOWLERS AT "Y" The members of the Y.3I.C.A. dor-( mitory and of Vie boarding dub have' fceen debating ,For. some time v.'ho is ft'he champion bowler. Mr. .J. A. Irving lias decided to settle this somewhat tiuestiouable point by putting "rip" a prize of 'a' pair of elk howling shoes to the member boarding' or living in tlhe building who can get the best aver- age of fifteen games to be played in ilic noxt thirty days. Tbo conditions of the competition are that there must be at least lif- 'leen entries and that each competi- tor will play every other competitor. Wvery game played in this competi- tion will have to be scored on a separate score sheet which shall have to he signed by each player. The best average of points in those gitmes will decide the championship. Entries to be handed in to the phy- sical director. THE TRUTH OF IT really has a soft spot in his heart, for me. do you know says he la al- ways thinking of. me. a man doesn't think with his heart. The soft spot must be in his Judge. Today Empress 'Antony and Cleopatra' A Two Part Masterpiece by Palhe Frcres The Chicken Inspector' and "The Weekly" And Stanley Jarvls who will sing "The Veteran's Song" ORCHESTRA ORCHESTRA TONiCHT BIJOU The Old Curiosity Shop PRODUCED IN ENGLAND BY IN FIVE-PARTS QF UNEX- FAMOUS DICKENSIEN CHAR- CELLED ACTING AND PHO- ACTER PLAYERS TOGRAPHY Men and Boys' Department at Rylands' NOW MEN, HERE IS YOUR CHANCE A Sale of 50 Sample Suits at about Half Price on Saturday Well Tiiildrtid-Suits, made from best quality of Imported Tweeds, colors in- clude browns, lans, grey and fancy mixtures. The sizes range from 34 to there are plenty to select from. Not a suit in this lot worth less than Hard Wearing Worsted Suits worth and much reduced Here is an offer out of the usual, just when jou will be looking for a new Fall grade hand tailored suits from English Worsteds, Scotch Tweeds and -Botany. Wool Serges, sizes in this lot up to and suits, Saturday only Navy Serge Suit, silk lined, with an extra pair of trousers, only Our "Office Blue" Serge Suits have sold at sight. Just think, a fine Botany All Wool Navy Serge Suit, full silk lined, well tailored, hand made button holes high grade in every with' au extra pair of trousers of same material, worth any place Size 36 to 40 only......................----- OTHER BARGAINS FOR SATURDAY ONLY Men's Fall Combinations on sale-----..........1.4 Gauntlet Gloves, regular S5c, Saturday 5 pairs Worsted Socks, black or fancy 5 pairs Men's Black Cashmere Hose for Boys' Tweed Pante, bloomer style Boys' Tweed Suits, extra- special...............Jfl.50 Boys' Combinations, special at RYLANDS CO. INTERS' HOME COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO LETHBRIDGE TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION, No. 511, begs to announce that they have made, arrangements with STARLAND THEATRE to exhibit at that Ideal House of En- tertainment, on Friday and Saturday evenings, a splendid set of picture slides, descriptive of life at the Union Printers' Home at Colorado Springs, Colorado. These slides, besides being works of art, Illustrate a department of trade union activity or which the members of the Lethbridge local of the International Typographical Un- ion are justly proud, and the people of Lethbridge are urged to witness this exhibition of what the printerrnen of America are doing to alleviate ths suffering of their afflicted brethren You can support thla good work by getting your printing done at those houses who employ, members of the International Typographical Union, in Lethbridg-i. These are The Herald, the Mews Job Office, Printers Stationers, and the Quick Print FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHT STARLAND THEATRE CHANCE MAY GO TO WHITE SOX New York, Sept. K. Sullivan, secretary-treasurer oi the Amateur Athletic ami Ameri- can Olympic commissioner in recent Olympic "games, died here yesterday. Mri Sullivan was operated on at a local Monday for trouble and never rallied. He return- ed from the A. A. U. track and field championship games in Baltimore on Sunday and was stricken late that ni'ght with the illness which resulted: in his death. As a mark of respect of Mr. Sulllr van, the senior championship games of the Metropolitan association of the A. A. U-, of which he was president, have been postponed from September- to October 3., Jam'es E. Sullivan was no tod throughout the world as an authority an amateur track and field athletics, In his youth he was a famous having won American champion- ship in all-round running, jumping and j toeing 'contests. He was national and sectional- pre- sident, and, in late years, held -the position of secretary-treasurer 'of the A. A. U., as well as being chairman I of the American Olympic committee. He spent several weeks abroad this summer as tSic- chief representative of American athletic bodies at the inter- national conference at Paris and Ly- ons. His greatest athletic fame canie in connection with the Olympic games Europe beginning in 1906..He was appointed special American Olympic commissioner at the Athens, London and Stockholm meets hv Pre- sidents Roosevelt and Taft. Chicago, III., Sept re- port, which could not foe con- firmed, 'was" circulated lierc to- day that Frank Chance, who ycstoi day retired from the management of the New York American league club, has been offered the management of the -American league for next sea- NATIONAL Pittsburg 3. Philadelphia G. Pittsbu'rg 0, Philadelphia 2. (Sec ond game.) Chicago (1, Brooklyn. 1. Cincinnati 1. New York 10. St. Louis J, Boston 5. AMERICAN Boston S, Cleveland. 1. New York 7, Chicago 2. Philadelphia 8, Detroit 3. Washington 15, St. Louis 2. FEDERAL Kansas City 2, Baltimore 3. 'St: Louis. 8, Buffalo 7. Chicago 6, Pittsburgh. .Indianapolis 7, Brooklyn 5. INTERNATIONAL Buffalo 6, Toronto 2. WORLD'S RECORDS BROKEN New Marks Are Set in Michigan State Fair Races Detroit, Mich., Sept. 17. Three new woi'ld'B re cords "were established at the Michigan state fair races I when the Philadelphia gelding R. H.; Breat won the second and deciding heat of the 2.04 pace, in which five, heats were raced yesterday. Breat beat Peter Stevens in a furious fdfive. in the final mile, the time, ing a new sixth heat mark. f. Tie- The race was also the fastest six-heat race ever! .paced, averaging and Breat's I time, is the best ever made in a race by a four-year-old gelding. SAM SAVAGE SAYS HE IS THROUGH WITH BASEBALL Medicine Hat, Sept. Say- age, who 'ias besn the franchise--hold- er of the Calgary club, stated that this would be his last year In the Calgary clii'b, as he lias sold his franchise to a Calgary syndicate. AT THE BUTTS Dominion of Canada prize competi- tion to take place Saturday afternoon at usual '.time.' Those desiring trans- portation will notify Mr. One at 'phone 1383 noon. Members driving cars will oblige by advising early Sat-1 urday'morning'how many they can's commodato, ..Rochester, 8, Montreal .6.: Baltimore 5, ProvMence 6. I Newark 7, Jersey City 1. AM. ASSOCIATION Louisville S, Columbus 6. Otfy. game LEAGUE ..w. 55 69 64. 64 71 71 74 .584 .684 .529 .526 .474 .466 .444 .421 New 74 Philadelphia. Brooklyn 59 AMERICAN w. Philadelphia 46 63 04 63 73 75 .6511 .602 .633 .523 .457 .455 .448 .316 St. Louis New York Cleveland '6t 61 w. 59 69 60 63 64 72 7f. .563 .663, .541 -.519 .611 .455 .436 MS Indianapolis Baltimore 71 (i8 Kansas ALL OFF WITH OLYMPIAD One efiect of the war will probably' to put a final stopper on tliej Olympic games, Kays the London Ref- eree. It louks as if this might be; accepted as certain. International 'iiiosities are smoothed over but slow-i ly.hy the passage of time. Most like-! ly tJie stadium which is being.built1 at Berlin will be as a hos-j pifcal for wounded there; are indications that it will be. well j filled. At any rate, nobody supposes it will ever be turned to the purpcs2 for which it was originally intended, _____ The Referee says: "There are grounds upon which to base a belief j as to tx'ic time when the war will be over. men deem it most unlike- ly that Christinas will find the arm- H'S still in the field, but the Olympic games were to be held In 1916, and it is beyond the hounds of possibility that those few months (hence athletes will be competing at Berlin. That tlie .games when once interrupted can ever lie revived, probably no one sup- poses, and there are comparatively few people in England who will re- gret their cessation. They have dono little good and have done harm in other ways besides the prbfcssionaliz- ing of sport. What was thought ol them by the.'.pubHc at large recelvM ample thetfailure of the sub< scription. to further the provision, ot British teairas. For the games, apart from two or three big subscriptions, only a few {hundred trickled in as a response strenuous appeals, and there were who saw the lail- ure of the- feud with satisfaction. Some nations will he iaclfecd to con- sider the stop-page oi the Olympiads as one of the advantages which havo sprung from the convulsion of Eu- rope, KIRKHAM BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, ;