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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEUALD PAGE THREE A dandy ISWALTER GOING BACK Running the gauntlet of lead Shorty Escapes Matrimony 2 reels of Western thrills BACK TOPITH'M Latest Batting Averages Show, Georgia Peach Leading in American League Chicago, Sept. Uio slugging Georgian of the Detroit j club, batted himself to the front during the last week, according to] figures published here today. He is now leading his nearest rival in thi: American league by 27 points, and at the rate he is going there is little' likelihood of his being headed. The averages, as published here, shew H hitters.in the .300 class. They are Cobb, Detroit, .375 E. Collins, Philadelphia, .318 Jackson, Cleveland, .3-17 Iloblitzeil, Boston. .347 Speaker, Boston, .328 Crce, New Torlf, .327 Crawford, Detroit, .331 Baker, Philadelphia, .310 C. Walker, St: Louis, .307 C. Mitchell, .Washington, .306. though the safest beating is in that stone Milwaukee, Sept. Wol- gast and Joe Mandot fought 10 rounds to a draw hen; last night be- fore a big croivd. The first round was even, ami gast followed with a shade In the I second, third and fourth. The fifth was even, wibb the sixth to Mnndot. The sir. cut h was even, and the last 'three rounds were in Mandot's favor by a-s'aade. Mumlot carried the light to Wol- gHst all the way from the fourth roundt the Michigan hoy heinjj con- tent to protect himself and land hionally. Xo severe fighting was done except in the eighth and tent-h, when Mandot fesmed to have a shade. Man- da I was the aggressor throughout, hiil Wclgast's superior defense earned him a draw. CALIFORNIA TENNIS STARS WIN Run Away With Ohio State Titles at Cleveland Tourney Cleveland, Ohio, Sept. nii (minis stars ran away' with state ttnnis titles today. Alias Mary Browne of Los Angeles won the women's singles title by defeating Mrs. R. H. Springfield, 111., Sept. Bob Burumn broke two world's records today at the Illinois state fair, 'vrheii he travelled 20 miles in 17.10 3-5 and 25 miles in These re- cords for a circular track were formerly held by Louis Dla- brow, who made 20 miles In 17.57, at San .lose, Cal., and by Barnes, who did "n miles In 22.07 at Portland. Ore. Burman a'iso broke the one- mile track record, making the mile in .49 4-5. Philadelphia and Detroit continue to lead the league in club batting, with figures of .270 ami .255. The with a first division club than he used j Williams, Philadelphia, and Los An- to lose'with a seventh placer. He Imsjgcles, Miss Browne and lost a. lot of close ones anil has pitch-! Mrs. Williams won the 'women's dou- FOfiiBALL London, Sept. war office authorities, having recommended the continuation of the foottball games un- der association rules, all scheduled matches were played today and at- tended by 'enormous crowds. First Division .Aston Villa 2; West .Bromwich Al- bion I. run honors remain with .Philadelphia, who has nine.-Mais-el of' New York, leatls in base steals, with 62, while E. Collins ol Ph ladelphia, pressing him close with 55. IRWIN LEADS NATIONAL The Brooklyn club of the National league is still honored with the bad- ing hitter. This is Tex Invin, who heads a list of 13-hitters in the -300 class, with an average of .348. The others in this select group are Dal- j ton, Brooklyn, .328 JJaubert. Briiok lyn, .324 Backer, Philadelphia, .321; Wheat, Brooklyn, S. Mageo, Philadel- phia, and Conneolly-, Boston, tiod ..311 C. Miller. Si. Louis. .308: Brooklyn, .305 Phalan, Chi- cago, and Wiiigo, St. Louis, tied with .304.-, Grant, New York, .302, and G. York; .300. lot of had Johnson, jlr, 1H13 he was the greatest pitcher in either league. But in 1014 there ije eight or ten beyond i Club hitting honors go to Brooklyn, .with .270, with New York next with 2t4 Vic Saler Chicago, leads as the honfie run king uith 17 ulnlc the h nors for bape stealing go to Burns 01 Heu 2 BENDEIl BEST-A. L. PITCHER American league pitchers who lead] thrir league': Bender, with 15 and 3 Leonard, Boston, 19 and Plank Philadelphia j 15 and 0, The Boston cluh of the National league has the leading pitcher. Ke is 'lames, with 24 "and (i.. Rudolph, his teammate, is" next, with 22 and S, j vhjfe Doak of St Loui is tit id with 16 and 7 Benriie Katiff is the daredevil ol th> Federal Ipagiie in both bitting and! base stealing. He leads the hatters with ami-his hase stealing mark- 16 61 NATIONAL SATURDAY GAMES Chicago New York Vittsburg 3, Boston 0. fit. Louis 0, Philadelphia 7. St. Louis -1, Philadelphia 7. (Sec- ong Cincinnati 0. Brooklyn fi, Cincinnati C, BrooMvii S. (Second No National League games Sunday. bles over .Miss Florence Best and Mrs Harry Bickle of Toronto, Eiia Fottreli, San Francisco, defeat- led lid. H. Whitney of Harvard. for the men's singles titl Fottreli and E, R. McCormick will com- plete tlielr match Clarence Orif- i fin and Robert Baird for the state {doubles champiouahip on Montlay. Two sets were played today, Fottreli and .McCormick iviniiing the first, :iud losing the second, HARVARD DOUBLES TEAM IS WINNER WMIiami and Harte Defeat Church and Kldder of Princeton In Finals Philadelphia, Pa., Sept. won, "the intercollegiate doubles cham- pionship for the second successive year today, when K. Wllliama national champion and former col- lege .title-holder, apd Richard Harte defeated 'George M. Church, the new Intercollegiate champion, and A. M. Kidder '-.of Princeton in the final match of'tbe tournament at the Merton Cricket club, Haverford. Wlltlamg'and llarta won easily, tak Ing the lirst two set oy the same fi to 2, and only having to work bit to the third sot, Concentrating their attack on Kid der. the crimson pair gave a.fine ex liiblllon of tennis arid never were-in danger from first to last. Summary Championship doubles, final match N. Williams and Richard Harte Harvard, defeated G-oorge M. Church and Ai M. Kidder, Princeton, 2, AMERICAN RDA.'i CrVMTS Cleveland 5, Best-on 1. New York 4, Chicagc- 1 Philadelphia 4. 4, St. .Louis i. 2, St. Louis 3. (Second game; SUNDAY GAMES Washington 3, Chicago 1 Washington 0. Cleveland 1, Philadelphia 1. Boston 10, Detroit 3. Boston 7, Detroit 2. (2nd New York a. St. Louis 3. SXJUKDU G-VHI S Buffalo 4, Iiidianapolis 3. Chicago 7, Baltimore fi St. Louis 3, Pittsburg.10. 1 aisis City 2 Brorihn (i: Kansas City fi, Brooklyn 12. (Sec- ond hi Cr UiJ S Buffalo 2, Indianapolis 3. Only games today, JAS. E. SULLIVAN LAID TO REST Thousands Pay Last Honors to Form- er Athletic Head New York, N.Y., Sept. E. Sullivan, for more than a decade the ilomiiiaiit, figure of American athletics, was buried this afternoon in Calvary cemetery. Brooklyn. Along the mile the funeral train tra- versed from the Sullivan jiome to the [church, the streets were lined with j schoolboys. Fifty medal whmers in public school ath'ietic events march- led 'before the hearse, carrying an Am- jerican flag draped witsli black. Twen- ly-eight honorary pall-bearers, all of thorn notable in the field of athletics, marched 'behind the hearse. Many of the athletic with whom Mr. Sullivan competed in his prime more than 20 years ago, were tn I the cortege. INTERNATIONAL Rochester 3, Montreal 8. Newark 4. Jersev City 'A. -Newark fi, Jersey City 1. (Second Providence 2, Baltimore I, Buffalo 3. Toronto 6 GAMES Toronlo Montreal 7 Toronto G, Montreal 6. (Second game called end of 7th) Newark 14, Baltimore's, Newark ii, Baltimore, 4, Proudencc 11 Jircej Citj 4. Only games today Boston New York Chicago St. Louis j Philadelphia {Pittsburg Brooklyn Cincinnati NATIONAL Won Lost 78 55 70. 59 72 60 71 73 74 84 P. C. .587 .'SliS .522 .CIS ASS .418, Bolton Wanderers 2; Manchester City 3. Bradford 2; Sumlerland 1. Liverpool 2; Sheffield Wednesday 1. Manchester United 2; Blackburn Rovers 0. Midrtlesboro 3; Chelsea 0. Newcastle 1; Bradford City 0. Oldham Athletic: L'; Notts County Shellield United 1; Everton U. Tottenham Hotspur 1; Burnley 3. Second Division Bariialey 0; Orimsby Town 0, Kulham 2; Derby County 0. Glossop 3; Birmingham 3. Hell City Clapton Orient 1. Leeds City 2' Blackpool 0. Leicester Fosse J; Town 2. -v r Notts Forest 0; Bristol City 1. Preston North End 2; Bury 0. Stockport County 1; Arsenal 1. Wolverhampton Wanderers 3; Lin- coln City .1. comedy A pretly story The Hour Of Youth well told Mr. Fete Murphy and the Starland Orchestra THE EMPRESS MONDAY AND TUESDAY "Facing the Footlights" Portraying a Wife's Undying Love and Devotion "A Trip to the Moon" A Comedy by the Lubin Cartoon Artist "CUPID VERSUS MONEY" A Comedy Drama by the Vltagraph Company "LO, THE POOR INDIAN" And STANLEY ,TARVLS Still Another Comedy OONTINGED FROM FRONT PAGE ihcse words, ''all we know is that the Kingdom of God is coming here on the earth." He made no predic- ,icn. The 10UO years referred to' in the text, he said, was merely sym- cal of the Christian dispensation or age, ami should not he taken liter- jlly. Satan, he said, is not going out if 'the world. He is merely going t AM. 1. ASSOCIATION G "Minneapolis St Piul I Milwaukee 6, Kansas City Louisville R. Columbus 11 Indianapolis 6, Cleveland 2. SUNDAY GAMES Milwaukee 1 Kansas f it> 2. Milwaukee tiU t. (Sec- ond Columbus .1, Louisville fi Columbus 8, Louisville 0, (Second Minneapolis 3, St. Paul 7. 'Cleveland .4, Indianapolis 0. Cleveland, 2; Indianapolis 2. ond game called on account of dark- Indianapolis Chicago Baltimore Buffalo Brooklyn Kansas City St. Louis PHtsburg FEDERAL Won ?7 77 7.1 70 McGINNlTY WITH VENICE JLost P. C. 4S ,fin2 54 ".COG .532 05 .522 73 .471 7G_ .-153 j .449 j Southern Alberta Amateur Tourna- 95 .321 [merit here Labor Day' are anxious, aj0ng wjth others, see another tourney held here Thankogiving Day, P. C. j Oct. 12. The promoters are getting a .562 June on things with the object of hav- ing another tournament to meet the .533 popular demand of both boxers and .S2C patrons. The bouts will, be conduct- jn the clean and open manner 6t 74 .452 which characterized the bouts of La- 58 77 Day, if arrangements can be ef- 5ii 77 AW I fected for a place to stage them. The classes will be 105 pounds, 122, Lost 00 60 62 (i-3 65 gathered in he questioned. PRESIDENT TENER AND 1 WIFE SAW BRAVES WIM Boston, Mass., Sept. Gov- ernor Ten er of Pensylvania, the, Na- tional league president, and Mrs. Ten- er among the spectators, Boston over- whelmed Pittsburg; in the sixth inning of today's game, the final score being 9 to IJ. The visitors made three runs in the second inning, -when Davis pass- ed two men and three others hit safe- ly. Cooper, in the box for Plttsburg, became wild in tho sixth, passing two men, after which hits brought Jn three runs. Conzelman, wtio replaced him, 'vras hit for a double and two the net result of which was four more runs before the inning was ended. oung flood. TJie Vitagraph Co. also bntributes, with "Cupid vs. comedy drama that scintilateB with n undercurrent of humor that Is "tho leans of keeping a-ripple of laughter n go from start.to finish, and vhich is conceded to be one of their est efforts, Stanley Jan-Is, who has his way to popular favor, will slug t each performance. TEblBAU EFFECTIVE IN WINNERS New York, N.Y., Sept' York kept pace 'with Boston by de- feating Chicago in the first game of the series by a score of 5 to: 4. It was New York's fourth straight victory. Tesreau was and was badly sup- ported, but was effective in. the pinch- es and held Chicago to five hits. Hageman was easy for the cham- pions, who batted him for three runs in the first, and won the game at his expense in the third innings, when they scored two more .two hits, a pass, a hit'batsman and a. steal. Saier his his eighteenth home run of thn season-in the ninth inning. WILL heavyweight. AT THE BUTTS I' Boxera wishing io enter the Thanks- ________ Day tournament must be strict- Under conditions not quite favorable to good shooting, the following snores were made at the range on Saturday: McUod 32 Gue.. Stafford Church Harr Skelton Bryans.. Coast Stewart League Team ]Smith.. Portland, Ore., Sopt. Me- jSimmonds Unnity, a pitcher, formerly of the KIrkhara.. York Giants, and lately of the Gibbons J'fieonm Northwestern': league team; Hoy..... signed today with Venice. {rairbrothcr 29 29, 30 18 24 17 24 21 22 4 10 32 32 iifl 2G 2fi 23 30 -12 JS 15 14 in 13 G giving Day tournament muit be strict- ly amateurs. Entrier received by Tom Tom Hallldgy or the Sporting Department .of the Herald, Get your name In .now. CHANCE NOT FOR WHITE SOX Chicago, HI., 'J Chance, former manager of the New York American has not been offered the management of tho Chicago AmericanK fo season, It wns .announced. today by; Charles A. Comiskey, of. the club, upon life return, from a fishing Comiskey added that he would make no over- tures to Chance, as 'he the latter was sincere in announcing bis retirement from basabaH, ORGANIZE SOY SCOUTS AT FERNIE Fertile. B.C., Sept. Hooper Is to be'at tho rink on Monday evening to organize a branch of the Boy Scouts, and as jthe movement is ii most popular one, no doubt tho boys of Fernie will be -glad of the oppor- tunity to join. TROUBLE IN VIENNA Venice, Sept. from Vien- na saya that six Slav deputies in the Reichsrath have already been impris- oned. These include Dr. Kramarz, the Czech '.eader. RHEIMS CATHEDRAL DESTROYED; BY FIRE Bordeaux advices itate that the Cathedral of Hheims is in flames, following the bombardment by the German artillery, and that there, appears to.be' hope Of sav- ing thg city from destruction. MONARCO IVJ. THEATRE To-Night Limburger and Schweitzer Two Reels of Rapid Fire Mirth To-Morrow Grand Loads of Fun GOOD BILL AT THE EMPRESS An exceptionally strong bill has las been secured for Monday and Tuesday at the Empress. It contains, imong others, "Facing the L three-part feature production that ;ells in a very interesting manner a ale of love and devotion on the part a ecientist's wife, who, owing to an accident to her husband, is obliged o earn her own living, and succeeds 11 not only doing 'that successfully, but is able to build a new laboratory or her husband. Some extremely good comedy Is bill- ed" for the earae programme, of which A Trip to the Moon" is worthy of pecial mention, it being one of those artoon comedies that proved so pop- lar with Lethbridge theatre-goers a hort 'while ago. "Lo, the Poor In- ian" is another comedy, in which If you were a girl and hated a man mo- tive could make' you try to kill your sister on! his account? Try as you will, you won't and can't strike the; right answer to that question unless you "The o' Hearts at Next Monday and Tuesday ly be shown at the Monarch Theatre, probably the end or the first of next week. This splendid production will appear in fifteen different instalments of two reels each, will ba shown weekly for fifteen consecutive weeks. It Is a tale of international diplomacy and Intrigue, and centres' chiefly around tho secret service man Lou- unter. rescued by an takes 'who haa wrecked a .fearful im home, where among other things, i vengeance on Sumpter Love, the fath- turns on the water, and starts a J er of Lucille and Lucille ierself, LUCILLE LOVE" COMING TO THE MONARCH The first of the series of "Lucille ove, the Girl of will short- the heroine of the play. GIVES FIGHT Ottawa, a letter. to Sir R. L. Bordei, enclosing a cheque for ?10QO for use of the government for defensive purposes, Sir. assiz of says that being over S2 ci ass, and. baying lost arm he cannot fight-for tout is doing what he can. "to aBBist in repelling: the German, hopdea." Mr. Agasslz's contribution hat been: ated to the patriotic funi. REASON'S FOR USING "Alberta's Pride'' BEER AT MEAL TIMES "ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER" u a concentrated f liquid food. Tea and Coffee are in no -wise foods, j f II In countries where beer is used as a table bever-. age, dyspepsia is practically unknown. So is stomach' trouble in general. In Germany beer is more frequenti f t ly drank than at meal time. The prejudice against strong stimulants has in no wise impaired the value of "Alberta's Pride the most nutritious of all liquid foods. This beer_ is absolutely pure. This is no Idle claim, but one that we can back up by proof. Come to om 5 Brewery and we will show you. To those who value strong digestive organs we advise "Alberta's Pride Beer" and we recommend it to convalescents because it is a tonic, THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Limited PHONE 554 ;