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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE TKREC APPEAL TO SAVE GIANTS ONI LOCAL Interesting 'Stage of Contests Dr. Mason be; Able to Raworth Cup The interest of, the players in the tennis tournament at tiie city courts ib now being centred on the finals of the -different series, and some exciting and matches will, inevitably take place. The greittoat triumph 20 ?ir the victory of Mrs. Alec Oliver over Miss Edna 'Henderson in the whJJe credit IB to Mrs. Oliver as having tiie best style play of any player In AJberta, eitb.e lees her opponent is an excellent ,-pluyer and Bought to have done bet- i'ter. Finals Raworth Trophy 'in the Men's singles for the Raworth jcu-p, Oliver; and Mason have worked 'their way into the finals by careful and i play. This event will bring out the best of.the resources of both i players. ;Mas6n ia'the present holder of the cup, and naturally we would pc'ct Oliver- to put forth, his best cf forts to wreat the trophy. to Date The following are the scores brought to date since Wednesday: Ladies' open tie- I feated .Miss Henderson, 0, BRAVES -LOOK LIKE SURE OPPONENTS OF CONNIE MACK'S MEN Boston Team Now Seems Certain to Cut In On .World's Series Coin (By Hal Sheridan) New York, N.Y., Sept. I'os- ton Braves are no'w pointed for a head- on collision with, the Athletics in the big tussle which will open on or about October 10. The Boston athletes haven't the Jojh of standing up before the guns of Balt- ;r, Collins, iMclnnis and a, few others .bsolulely cinched yet, but, something terrible must happen if they fail to make their cut-in on the world's series swag. I .At the Polo grounds there appears j to be a fair assortment of hats, gloves, a playing field and grandstand, but IH- j lie else when it comes down to con- j sideling possibilities of the (.Hants un- horsing the Braves from the lead they now have la the dash to'ward the Na- j tiona! league flag. all eyes are concen- trated on tha Braves and the Giants and the Athletics and the world's series, watch out for the Hed they inay nose the Ath'ietics out and j upset all plans. It is possible, though I not likely. CHAS. TESREAU To make a last stand against the tide of defeat, pitchers Christie Mat- heweon and Chns. T.esre3u had a spe- Ainf defeated Miss Sang, intsrvfew vy-lth marja0er John Me- 6-1 Mrs Oliver has to play tile "vin IGraw' offering to twirl ner of mutch It _J is altogether likely, therefore, that Mies Air-1 arid Mrs. Oliver will meei. and we predict a close in the final finish here. Men's open singles (Haworth cup) tee second .round Robertson de- feated Kinney, Oliver de- fanted Newcbmbe, Juclcson, K..V.W.M.P. defeated Davidson, season. and Mathewson are the Giants' only reliable pitchers now and the only hope of the Giants in son fifth place nut counting Engman 'and Wiitzs, who precede .them, but I have only played in one game. eventually cominn back and beating out the Braves and copping the. Na- tional league pennant for the fourth consecutive time for a league record. iTb; hope is a faint one. 1 The most recent records qive Tes- rcau third place in the standing of fr-1 Maso-i defeated P.iwo-tb ill a leagie pitchers and Mathew con tested ma-tcl tin the senii-fina'is. OHver defeated Hob- ertson, JIason defeat: eil Jackson, In the final of the Raworth Cup, Oliver mte-ts Mason, and in.the final of the ladies' open singles, Miss Aird Oliver. Men's; featert Oliysf. j Ladies' handicap Kin-.Juniors Failed to Result He> won fioni Miss Haniahaj and Will Play Off Sudden Deatn Mens doubles Mison i and Stewart will likely be declared the winners. OCTOBER 10 TOO LATE FOR BAN PLAY- ING ARRANGEMENTS Chicago, III., Sepi. in the world's championship baseball series probably will start on October S, ono day after the American and National seasons ar.c brought to a close, according to President IJ. B. Johnson, of the American league and member )f the National Basylmll commission, 'resident Johnson asserted today that here was no truth in reports that October 10 had been decided en as the date for starting thy seriuE. "It'is our .aim to start ami finish tlie as early as Johnson iaid. "I believe we can arrange to day, first, gams on October 8. "here is no reason for ilejay." la the event that Boston Nation- IB and the Philadelphia club of the American league are contenders for he tiWe, two games will ho layed consecutively in each city, in- tead of alternating each day, as was lie case between New York and Phil- liifia-. The place for the opening; ame, it was announced, will be decid- d by the flip of a coin. VENGEANCSi HATREDI U'T'lL T1 I he I fey o The Most Sensational Si-rial Story Ever Produced in Pictures 15 COMPLETE STORIES COMING SOON SWITZERLAND AGAIN TURNS DOWN GERMANY Home, via 'London, GiortitUu d'lUilia pub- lishes a reijort from Basel that Switzerland'has refused a re- rjnest fi'om tlie Germans to send throe German army corps across Swiss territory. One of (he Olo.st Thrilling and Spectacular Productions Ever VON STEIN FIRED ST ANDREW'S TEAM WON SENIOR S.S.F1, TITLE Ladies' doubles Aird arid Miss.Stewart meet Miss and MrNabU. Mixed, doubles and.-Mifis Harirahah'meet Dr. Allen and Miss Nimmpris. All be played off in the next couple of dijs A flood, washed'.away the Kansas City Fed .park an'd- probably most, of the league .owners wish it had washed the franchise-away, at the same time. Shooting Season 1914 Tiie executive committee of the football section of the Sunday School league held a meeting-at the Y.JI.C.A. last nig-ht. It, was reported. that St. Andrew's seniors the shield for 1914. I" the junior section the games all ended in-a tie, and it was agreed to play off the junior competi- tion on a sudden death, principal, and the draw resulted as follows: West- minster vs. St. Cyprian's; tho winners tc pla) St Anditm s in final NATIONAL Boston 5, Cincinnati 0. Boston Cincinnati '2. St. Lcuis 4, Ne-vv York a. Chicago G, Philadelphia 3. Philadelphia fi, Chicago "1. Booklyn 3, Pittsburg '1. AMERICAN AVashington 5, .Cleveland Washington 5, Cleveland 0. Philadelphia 0, Chicago 1 Uoston St LOUIS i INTERNATIONAL Toronto G, Rochester a Newark 5, Jersey City 4. Providence 4, Baltimore Buffalo-Montreal: Rain. AM. ASSOCIATION Coiumbiis H, Cleveland 1 Indianapolis 2. Louisville Indianapolis u. Kansas City 8, St. Paul o. Kansas City S, St. Paul 5. Milwaukee 10, Minneapolis 0. AT THE BUTTS Reduced Owing to Publication of Fatss Official Reports London, Sept. Times says it is interesting to learn that General Von Stein, who as quartermaster-gen- eral cf tiie German army, has been re- sponsible for the publication of false official reports of the fighting, has been given command of the llth He- serve Army Corps. This is learned from recent German newspapers re- ceived No mention is made of his successor. EARL KITCHENER, RECTOR EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY 'AT THE BUTTS London, Sept. avoid a politi- 'The -last competition for the Do- cal contest at this time for the rector- minion ,of Canada prize will take place ship of Edinburgh University, for jut, the usuel time tomorrow afternoon. Transportation arranged as before. which Sir Edward Ciirson and Sir John Allsebrook had been chosen can- at Hick Sehl Hard-i didates, Lord. Kitchener was invited ware. to become the rector and accepted. "B One Of 2OO" Durk, Cur- lew season opened Aug 23 Closes Jany 1st GIOUSP, Partridge and Chiofccn Season opens 6ct. Fiist Closes. Nov. Bags may be pected at AVilson Hiding, Stirling, lialey, Cardston, Moiin- lain View, 8t. Marys, Chin Coulee of Acccbs fiom Furthei infoiiuatioji on applicatioji to any Agent, or Dm Pllltngtr Agent, Calgary MATCH W1LLARD AND JOHNSON Syndicate Would Have Big Men in 5- Rounri tlo" A big sporting syndicate is seeking to match Jess Wlltard and Jack John- son for .a 45round bout for'the world's heavyweight cliampionship, and al- ready J10.000 has beeiTput mr to go as a side1 wager. Cables have been sent from-New York to Johnson in England telling him of the posting of the side bet and asking htm to it The syndicate handling the plans for the bout include Tom Jones, manager of Willard; Lawrance Weber, Harry ?Vazee and Jack Curley, well-known "York sportng man.. Jones ia act- ng as -business manager. FASTEST HARNESS-RACER CANADIAN-BRED HORSE Toronto. Ont., Sept- harness-racing a typical: American it is a matter- of eongratulit tion to Canadian breeders that the fastest; performance ever accom- plished in a stands to the; cre- dit' of, a horse bred in a Quebec town, and-reared and educated and developed In .this country. This record was established at Detroit by the pacer Prank Bogash junior, bred at Sherbr.poKe, anil faced .with unbroken success-on the tracks of eastern Canada and New England until, two ago, when he was bought by Ed Baker of this-city for a patron of Tommy Mul ph> the fa mous New York driven'-- Up. that time Frank Uogasliijunior- had nev- er seen a mile track he won 'the second 'heat of a .race in 159K the first time two mln ntes hai ever bpen beaten in a men between horses: at d'iicr "it BOSTON FORGES AHEAD loston, Mass.1, Sept. double header resulted in Boston ei-iut- ting out Cincinnati, 5 to 0, in the first game, and a 2 to 2 tie in the fiscond, darkness causing a suspension of the last contest at the close of the eighth inning. As New York lost to St. Louis this afternoon the home team increas- ed its lead in the pennant race to sev- en First game: and Glpckson, Rudolph and Gowdy. Second game: and Gonzales; Crutcher and Gowd. GIANTS- CONTINUE TO FALL' New York, N.Y.-, Sept. Nivu Yorks lost their fifth straight game to- day, -when they fell before St. Louis in a close contest, the score being .4 to 3. Dolan's hitting and fielding w-sre' features of the visitor's work, After New .York tied the score In the., eighth Dolan drove back home with a double In for St. Perdue and Wingo; Mathewson and.Meyers. Boston Now Vok St. Louis Chicago Philadelphia Brooklyn Pittsburg Cincinnati NATIONAL w 83 76 76 L. 56 64, 66 68 74 74 PC 594 .543 535 i .483. j .443 401 AMERICAN Philadelphia Boston Washington Detroit. Chicago New York St. Louis Cleveland W. 93 SC 75 67 64 63 L. 49 o4 Oliicago :ndianapolis Baltimore, Huffala irooklyn Cansas City St. Louis PittsburE FEDERAL w 79 -7S 73 72 71 62 I, 62 62' 76 78 78 PC en1! .614 469 454 417 315 PC af.O .618. .449 Ho 416 The Y. M. C. A. stands ioi Clean Speech! dr -i Habits! Clean Athletics! Christian Character! Do You Want That Boy Of Yours to giov up with tlicso idcaM His BOYHOOD shape hib MANHOOD His MANHOOD will ho tho somce of Happiness' Sonow'? HEAR Tho Orchestra that PJays to Beat the Band MX. PETE MURPHY THE EMPRESS Friday SERIES NO. 4 OF Saturday Dollie of the Dailies Featuring MARY FULLER Every number in this series, is a complete story in itself, and portrays an episode in the career of a reporter for the American Daily Papers "Tlie Redskins and The Renegades" A Two Part Story of Frontier Days of special- Interest in THS And The Empress Orchestra In Selections, Standard and Popular Music WATCH FOR STARTLING ANNOUNCEMENT TOMORROW. TO-NIGHT Mini] 'The False Magistrate' SEQUEL TO MAN IN BLACK" The Fantomas stories are criticized for their sensationalism. Their champions, replying, admit Uiat they are sensational and are offered as nothing else but claim that the sensational incidents which are strung together are handled in a which makes them consistent and portrays a type of man who, while1 an admitted undesirable, still in every country in tlie wprfflV-Tantqmas steals, blackmails, and murders in the most cold .blooded, and scien- tifically calculating manner, 'but it is remarkably evident that rarely does human passion influence him; his crimes are .all; committed for money. to oLlieis. A Ycai's Momboiship in I ho Boys' Division maj help to detenu me WHIG II Yearly Rates: 10-12 12-J4 500 14-17 700 Bovs 17-21 1000 JOLX THE AE-MY' JOIN THi: NAVi H FALSE MAGISTRATE" AT-THE BIJOU Sensational incidents in the feature to be sliown at the Bijou tonight are the crafty; release by the master thief catcher (Inspector Juve) of Fantomas, who has heen imprisoned for life, but who is needed by the police to lead them to his confederates; the escape of Fantomas from police surveillance, involving a crime which provides the opportunity for the crook to become the "False Magistrate" of the._.sub- tit'ie; the fiendish ingenuity -of -the crook in providing a foundation for a blackmailing scheme-with, the aid of a scientific asphyxiation; the hazard- ous predicament of a fellow crook, whom Fantomas has thought it 'best to get rid of and has left hanging to the clapper of a tip in a church tower, and the neat escape of the hunted criminal irom undei the %ery eyes of the police after, all their care- fully laid plans to apprehend him, are; clearly and interestingly shown. j REAL FIRE PICTURES AT STARLAND. TONIGHT "From tho a .thrilling drama staged at a will be of- fered as one of the headliners at Starland tonight. This-; extraordinary two-reel attraction is orie .of, the most spectaculai photo plajs ovei produced On the same programme" lso he seen other fine photo-plays, all well up to the Starjand'standard. Mr. Pete Murphy, who', is .pleasing music 'oveig of Lethbridgo with his fine sinking will be heaid in tne )at- song hit The Star- jliind orchestra have arranged a spe- Icial musical programme, which will {.please all who attend Starlaiid tp- 1V1 THEATRE fl TODAY "The Merchant of Venice" Feature De Luxe in Four Parts. Special Children's Matinee Saturday 5c ADMISSION which Mary, fuller, the Edison star, appears as and they have proved to the management that the long-drawn, out serial stories, with in- stalments every week or so taxes the patience of the public to such an. ex tent that they have decided to show a "Dollie of thei" Dallies" story-every Friday and Saturday. Each story wilt be n complete episode in Dollle's ca- reer as a reporter for the big Ameri- can dallies "The Redskin and the a two part tale of frontier daj-s, will 'b'e presented on the same programiae ias'tlic' above, and this week's issue the "Weeklj" contains some authentic [war neus that will no doubt prove 'very interesting. The Pink of Health is every woman's but many are troubled with sallow complexions, headaches, backaches, low they learn that sure relief may be found in MARY FULLER AT EMPRESS Series No. ,4 of "Dollie .of-.-lhcj. Dallies" shown "st the Empress loday.nnd Saturday. It will bk. re membered that this is the series in ;