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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2-1, 19M DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE TONIGHT ONLY 'THE MILLION DOLLAR MYSTERY' TONIGHT ONLY Princeton Student Did Trick, Then Got "His" at Hands of Parker Seeley Greenwich, Conn., Sept. terday was one oi the suiprises in the invitation golf tournament of the Greenwich Country club. Ill the morning round Francis Ouimet oi Au- burndnld, Mass., amateur golf cham- pion of the United Stales and France, was defeated by a.Princeton student, Grant Peacock of Pittsburg. peacock was beaten in the after- nor.n round by W. Parker Seeley, the Connecticut slate champion, while John G. Anderson of Boston, who wns the runner up in the national championship'last-year, was put out iby Max R. JIarston, lialtusrol, N. ,J. in the second round of match play. Reginald M. Lewis, who tied with Maiston the day before, and .was leaten in the playoff lor the modal, won both of bis matches yesterday. Hamilton K. the home club also was a ilouble winner, so that Marston, Lowis' aad Kerr, who had the best scores in the qualifying round, together with Seeley, make up quartette of survivors, who will meet in the scmi'final round today. Clever Amateur Boxers to Meet Here Again Thanksgiving Day There arc .boxers lined tip already for .the amateur fcoving tournament here Thanksgiving day to ensure at least three classy Ijouts. Danny Dunlop oE Blairmore, and Ronny McDonald oi Commerce, (the boys who put aup the tit-bit per- formancc oET 'the evening'on Labor at the Sherman theatre, were among the first to signify their hi- 'tention of entering the lists again. Caplin and Norman, the bantam fcattlsrs, who put up an even and en- have stated their will- ingness to get together again. They, Dunlopjjjurl ,'McDonald, .believe 'that would settle e. "doubt which- seems to "exist as which is th'e best, manipulator with .the .padded 'mitts That is notrall in the doubtful class Jimmy Lush is anxious to demonstrate his skill with Red gan of Ooalhurst, 'again, and Red is perfectly willing to give James all the There will be., new. .boxers in evi- dence at the Thanksgiving tourna- ment, judging-by- the enquiries made to date, besides- the' best' of'tiUe" old faces. It is not the purpose of the pro- motors to advertise the bouts as a patriotic-serving enterprise, but they purpose devoting a percentage of the receipts to one of the several char- partiotic funds. Tiic medal winners in the boxing held, here Ufljor Day have no occasion-to feel anxious about re- .ceiving their 'prizes in due time. AH fthe medals were ordered fiom Tor- onto, 'through local jeweler, immediately. after the tour- nament. They, were'due here Tuesday, judging by. the time it took to se- cure the sample .medals previously, hut have not arrived yet. As soon as received, the inedahV willbe engraved and sent-to tho'wfnners withoutrde- They. should 'be hero this week some ..time. "We opine that after Jawn. McGraw has spoken .words Marty O'Toole, Marty and go but behind the clubhouse.'and Hympathlzo 'with other. L AWcTw COLLAR DUB HCTOiER lit________. MAKING RED SOX PENNANT POSSIBILITY Here Is the boy who Is practically next to Bender as the most effective twirler in the American league. The most recent records show Dutch Leon- ard with 19 victories and but 5 defeats to his credit. Leonard a southpaw pitcher secured by the Boston Red Sox last year froni Spokane. He Is young and has a thing or two to learn about big league baseball yet. When he ma- tures, watch his smoke. TITLE-BOUT IS POSTPONED K'llbane Injures Meet Attell About November 1 Los Angeles, Cal., Sept. 20- >uilll -tight'-for the featherweight championship, between the holder, Johnny -KUbane, and Abe for October 15, has been postponed be- cause of an accident to Kilbane today while horseback riding, in which lie in- jured his left thumb. The new date will..be set, arrives hero from -New. York tomorrow. It proba- bly nill be about November 1. CURTAIN RINGS DOWN ON BOOKIES AT MONTREAL Montreal! Que., Sept. -lun- cheon -was tendered today by the di- rectors of Dorval Park Jockey cluh at the closing of the Dorval track and among the guests of honor were Sir Wilfrid L-aurier and Hon. .Rodolpho Lemieux. A percentage of the day's receipts, amounting to ab- out ?1000, will go to the patriotic fund. With this meet, Ijookmaking disap- pears from Canadian Racing associa- tion tracks here, future meets will be under pari-mutuel betting. Playing Role of Hero-Georges Andrea, Prominent at Olympic Games (By Alan Bordeaux, Sept. ath- letes have been distinguishing them- selves in the lighting line. Two days ago a notice appeared in an official gazette that a corporal named Georg- es Andre, who was mentioned in the despatches, had been promoted to be a sergeant before the members of his regiment, and recommended tor a military medal. The newspapers sug- gested "that this might refer to Geor- ges Andrea, to whom the French 1'remier recently alluded to as an all- round athlete, and the best Rugby three-quarter, and who was second to Pestle in the London Olympic games. From inquiries I learned that this is indeed the case, and the following is the story of how Andrea, who is with the French army in Lorrain, won his honors. With six men he went into a village to ftnd rooms for the officers. In the market-place was a large band-of Germans who, imme- diatcly set upon the small French de- tachment. Andrea snatched a sabre from the German nearest him and killed two men willh it. By this time he saw that his companions were dead or captured. He grabbed a flag from the Germans, and, putting it under his arm, he raced ,through the village street as though attempting a try in Hugby iootball, with a r.um- her of Germans following at his heels. After sprinting a quarter of a milo he left his pursuers far behind, and later he rejoined his regiment with the (lag, having been lucky enough to escape injury from the hail of bullets directed at'him. Some days previous he wrote to a sportsman friend; who 'has shown me the letter, from which I take the following ex- tract "This is .hell We are Tying in trenches under the German artillery fire, hut are not allowed to reply. This is the only time I find to- write my correspondence." SYNDICATE' MAY PURCHASE CALGARY BASEBALL CLUB Calgary, Sept. are now under way whereby a syndicate of ten local .business men may Pur- chase the franchise oi the Calgary Baseba'il club in" the Western Canada league. Sam Savage, the present own- er, is 'willing to part with the property for 55000, and also offers to take one- tenth interest in the syndicate. E. W. 1Mb is at the head of the syndicate. YALE AND PENN. TO LOSE THEIR COACHES New Haven, Conn., Sept. Yale find Pennsylvania oarsmen will probably suffer through the European war. Each college has introduced an English Guy Nickalls, and Pennsylvania, Vivian Nickalls. Nothing been .beard from either, but ills believed that they are both at the front. Charlie White Offered for Three Big Fistic Encounters (By Willy IhCharley White will sign his name to a contract calling for three lights in Milwaukee, dates and opponents to le picked up by the National Sport- ing club- Frank Mulbern, the match- maker, will deposit in the bank subject to White's call in three "This was the offer made to the American champion's manager, Nnle Lewis, by Frank Mulkern yes- terday. Included in the three battles will be a clash witli Freddie Welsh, the conqueror of Willie Kilchic, and the oilier two men will be picked (com Ad and Jimmy Duffy. The' Cream City promoter refused to say whether Welsh would he the first or last attraction, and this may caise a hitch in the arrangements, Lewis' contention being that, should White defeat, the title holder, his val- ue in one battle he worth more Ihan the sum offered for the three tilts. To overcome th'.s dispute Miilkern offered lo cut Wbita in on a per cent, of the gate receipts so as to make the Chicagoan's end iit least for each contest in case he would up- set the ling-lishman in the first bout- No articles we're signed, but Mulkern is coming to Chicago to close the deal in case White decides to accept. On top of Milwaukee offer, the Broadway A. C. of New York wired Lewis ollcring him a tilt; with Harry Sicne before, their, club. They askeii White's lowest terms, which were as a guarantee, with n privi- i Isge of 35 per cent, o! the receipts. j Lew is made the tetms high hcsauso i he is not especially anxious to ap- poar in New York for the reason that, Gotham promoters gave White the cold shouidei several years ago when Charley was struggling along in need of fights. Hilly Nolan, former manager oi Battling Nelson and Willie Kitchio, was in town recently on a mysterious visit., Tl'p. says he has two prominent fighters in mind and intends signing them up under his management while !herc. NATIONAL Boston 3, Cinciimati 3- Cincinnati 3, Boston 0. St. Louis 2, New York I. Sfe Louis York 0. Brooklyn 5, Pittsburg 1. Brooklyn 5, Pittsburg 2. Philadelphia Chicago -I. AMERICAN N'eiv York 8, St. Louis 2. No other games scheduled. FEDERAL Kansas City 8, Brooklyn 8. Pittsburg fl, St. Louis-3. Baltimore 4, Chicago 1. Jndiaiiapolis-Bufialo, rain. INTERNATIONAL Buffalo 4, Rochester 0. Rochester 5, Buffalo 0. Jersey City 7, Providence -I. AM. ASSOCIATION Milwaukee 5, Minneapolis -1. Milwaukee 1, Minneapolis 0. St. Paul 6, Kansas City 4. St. Paul 5, Kansas City 13. LOVE! VENGEANCE1 HATRED! "The Trey o' Heart! ThO Most Sensational Serial Story Ever Produced fn Pictures '15 COMPLETE STORIES COMING SOON NATIONAL W. L. Pet. Boston 81 5'li .591 New York 76 63 .547 St. Louis 75 66 .532 Chicago 74 67 -.525 Philadelphia 68 73 .482 Brooklyn................... 67 74 .475 Pittsburg 62 77 .146 Cincinnati 57 84 .404 LAST TIME TODAY AT THE MONARCH AV1 THEATRE L L "WON FROM THE CLOUDS" A Riot of Thrills featuring huge Lions and Tigers In their native haunts, and a Real Airship. WATCH FOR 'LUCILLE LOVE' AMERICAN Philadelphia............. 91 48 .650 85 54 .612 Detroit 75 68 .525 Washington 73 67 .521 Chicago...................... 67 75 .472 New York 64, 77 .454 St. Louis ...................63 77 .450 Cleveland 06 .310 OFFER LEACH FEDERAL BERTH Chicago, '111., Sept. Leach, outfielder :of. the Chicago Na- tionals, lias been.offered the manage- ment of the Pitts-burg Federals, ac- cording to a story printed here to- day. FEDERAL Indianapolis .........L.... 78 61 .561 Chicago 78 C3 .557 Baltimore.................. 73 63 .536 Buffalo 71 84 .526 Brooklyn..................... 70 66 .515 Kansas City 62 76 .452 St. Louis 60 78 .435 Pittsburg............ 58 VO .415 INTERNATIONAL CLABBY vs.. GIBBONS Chicago, 111.. .Sept: Gib- bons and Jimmy Clabby today signed for a 20-round bout at San Francisco on the afternoon of Thanksgiving Day. Besides granting S1000 to the Can- adian Patriotic Fund, the position of the C. 0. F. with reference to those of its who already have or may hereafter enter into the active service of Great Britain or of ary of Britain's allies in the present war is as follows 1. The insurance and sick and fun- eral benefits of all inemhers admitted to the order prior to Aug. 1, 1 "14, will le good and valid, notwithstand- ing that they serve in the armies or navies of Great Britain or any of Britain's allies in the present war, 2. That the insurance and sick and funeral benefit premiums or assess- ments -of those members admitted prior to Aug. 1st, serving as aforesaid will, during the war or for one year, should the war last longer, Le paid out of the genera! fund of the High Court. 3. This provision for the payment of premiums or assessments is not by way of loan and .will not be a charge on the policy, it is a gift or bonus to those who take up arms in defence of the Empire in the pres- ent crisis. 4. If the war should last longer than one year we hope to be able to renew this bonus. 5. We have extended these provi- sions to those who may serve in the armies or navies oi Britain's allies for the reason that many of. bur members are French t reservists and some are and Russia and we feel thafall are'fight- ing in defence of the British Empire. CANADIAN Shooting Season 1914 Duck, Snipe. Plover, Cur- lew season opened Aug 23 Closes Jany. 1st. Grouse, Partridge and Chicken Season opens Oct. First. Closes Nov. 30th. Heavy Bags may be ex- pected at Wilson Siding, Stirling, Haley, Cardston, Moun- tain View, St. Marys, Chin Coulee Easy of Access from L'ETHBRIDGE SEQUEL TO "THE MAN IN BLACK" COMING TO BIJOU The Fantomas features are already quite well known as providing some of the most thrilling and realistic screen representations which have ever been conceived. The fifth installment of what is really the life story of a crook who -has Sir Doyle's wildest creation gaping for breath, is well up to the standard, and will furnish a good topic for discussion-among the patrons of the Bijou, 'where it will be shown Friday and Saturday. "The False Magistrate" is worthy of the highest commendation. The man who drops bis book at home to visit the moving picture theatre in the hope of being as well entertained by what he sees on the screen will suffer no disappointment. When they.mado their first picture in this series, the Gaumont people in- troduced Fantomas as a master crook and set upon his trail police officers equipped with superior intellect and all aids of modern science. While the troubles of the principal character are sufficient to discourage others from following in his footsteps, iif order that the stories may he made interesting and kept on .going, the crook invari- ably proves trifle too shrewd for those who are seeking his punishment. SENSATIONAL FEATURE AT THE MONARCH TONIGHT One of the most thrilling features that has yet been shown.in the city will be shown at the Monarch-Theatre tonight for tho last time, "Won from the in three-reels, is a story of a search for a diamond-mine in darkest Africa, with aid of a real airship. information on application to any Agent, or K.TMWSON Diet. Passsnjsr Agenl, Cijgiry. CHOLERA INVADES HUNGARIAN CAMPS London, Sept 'Venice dis- patch sajs the Hungarian minister of tho interior, repoits that there have been CMOS of Asiatic cholera am- ong the woundod in Hungary, THE EMPRESS WEDNESDAY THURSDAY A TWO PART COMEDY "When The Men Left Town" The Limit a Scream Also Other Comedies The Kmpress Orchestra, under the direction ot Miss AIcFeo, render selections and popular airs at each performance. REAL MUSIC! REAL NO FRIDAY AND SATURDAY At The Bijou Theatre The Police, of Paris vdll try to catch THE FALSE MAGISTRATE" We Invite The LetKbrklge Police and Public to Join in the Chase. REASON'S FOR USING "Alberta's Pride" BEER AT MEAL TIMES "ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER" is a concentrated liquid lood. Tea and Coffee are in no wise fuuda. In countries where beer is used as a table bever- age, dyspepsia is practically unknown. So is stomach trouble in gencrhl. In Germany beer is more frequent- ly drank than at meal lime. The prejudice against strong stimulants has in no I wise impaired the value of "Alberta's Pride Beeri" 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 our. and v.-e v.'ill 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. 1 _ THE LETHBR1DGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Limited PHONE 554 TURKISH AMBASSADOR TO LEAVE THE STATES Washington, D.O., Sept. A. Rustern Bey, the-Turkish Ambassador, has informed "Pre- sident Wilson that he does not alter the recently ex- pressed iii a published inter- view, and will leave the Upited States within-a fortnight. B one of THREE FE'RNIE BOYS WERE TURNED Fernie, B.C, Sept 24 oJ the1 ninety-five volunteers from Fernie for the Oyerseas'Acontingent were ed at Valcartier, and returned Fernie on Tuesday. 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