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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 29, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THR and a select program you'll surely enjoy. Watch for "Lucille Love" W1ES1BIG DAUBERT HITTING BALL Chicago, Sept. Daulicrl it UK real batting leader of the Na- tional league, according to figures jiiiMishtil toss Saturday, and Includ- ing tbo records ol all games up to TlmrsiUy. The Urcoklyn man has a percent-age tif S30, and' though Erwln, Brook-1 lyn, wlUi .348, and. Stcele, Brooklyn, with .333, precede Mm, they have nlayed hi only 20 games each, to llalibeiii's 12L In addition, the Na-l tioual's hixters include Bror.dlyn. .S2i fleeter, RhUa .322 Mitgec, Hrooklyn, .31? Connolly, Boston, .ill, CONNIE MACK Connie Mack is tlte most popula j manager fn the professional bascbal i ranks. He is one of the few manai who succeeds In getting the best ef forts out of his men without resortint to bulldozing. The Athletics slipped a i con in 1912, and "spoiled a chance to Ptelan, Chicago, .d04 Burns, I a record in Fprofegsjona, base Voiik, of five cor73ecutlve the American league flag is going to float from a Philadelphia mast this year, as it has done four times before since 1910. However, this wit! mak-s the sixth pennant for the i they won previously in 1902, 1905 1910, 1911 and 1913. Connie Mack as- surtied the reins of the Athletics Brooklyn and New Voi'k lead in Waiting, with -272 ami .262. In home Kins, Saier, Chicago, is ahead, with 18. ISunis, New York, loads in stolen bases, with p-L Loading pitchers arc James, Bos- ton, with-25 won and li lost; Ru- dolph, Boston, with 29 and 8, and JJoak, Si. Louis, 17 and 0. COBB WELL'IN FRONT Ty Oobb's spurt has put him well 5n rront in the American. The Dc- ftroit.sttir is Jutting .381. Next to ,Wm tho league's .300 batters are: Collins, Philadelphia', .344; Jackson, 1 Clovcland, .339 ''Boston, .323 Speaker, Boston, .327 Cree, Kcr York, Hoth, Chicago, Washington, .318 (Crawford, Detroit, .317 Molunis, i IMiilade-lhia, ,31-1 Baker, Pihllatfel- j phia; ".308 Waiker, St. Louis, .307, In club batting, Phihidelphia, with t -270, ami Detroit, with .255, are Baker has the home run rec- Maisol, New York, the stolen base'mark. Best-pitchers are Bender, Philadel- ph'ia; with 16 and Leonard, Bos- jtoh, with 19 and 6, and Plank, Phil-, julflphia, with Wand 7. i FEDERAL LttAGUE I Steve 'Evans of Brooklyn lias hat-j .led hiiusel! ,KauR oi 'IndiSapalis with Bennio (or Ite 'baiting league. 1901. He is 51 years of age. H'ERZOG KEEPS JOB AS REDS' MANAGER Cincinnati Club Officers Are Sat- isfied With Young Pilot's 'Work and He Will be Retained for 1915 Cincinnati, Ohio, Sept. an- nual clmiijje of managers of'the Cin- cinnati Reds 'will not occur this fall. Charley continue to lead tbe team, though underpins leadership the team this year will probably fin- ish a tai'ender. This statement is made by a person in authority, who makes it known that the matter of Kerzog has been settled, with the exception1 of signing a contract, and no controversy Is expected over that In fact, the club officers are well satisfied Herzog, and expect to show their appreciation of his efforts n a substantial manner. FINAL STANDING IN .of "the is' hittinjc -3G1. Next comes INTERNATIONAL .Buffalo, .866. Indianapolis is W. in -'Ifcat in team'hitling, with .38-1, [Providence 95 Him .Baltimore KauffjBuffalo......... Sf) Jfiaiis titfi base stealers, with G5, ami I Rochester twilling, of Chicago, has'most honio Toronto 74 riiiis, 13. Top notch -pitchers are: Newark 73 Chicago, wjth 27 won and Ford, BntTalb, 18 and 6. and KaJserling, Indianapolis, 17 anil 8. i Jersey City Baltimore Montreal GO 48 10U P.O. .R17 .593 .691 .514 .487 .483 .403 .312 "SMOKY JOE" WOOD HAS GOOD PERCENTAGE HOPPE IS OUTCLASSED New York, X.Y., Reitt. fiourne Innian, of Twickenham, Kng- liind, world's champion at ICnglis-h btl- iiirda, scored points in the first sestjion of thu international match tonight. Willie floppe of this c-ity, holder of the worm's title for Kill: line billiards, who was In man's opponent, made 301 points. The game played on a 0 by 12 English table. I-Ioppe's showing wiia tousidercd gocyl, considering his un- 'amillarity with tho English style. The match which begun tonight was .he first of a series of five to De Ue- :idetl nere and at Chicago, .Montreal, Toronto and Winnipeg. The match iere and the Chicago contest, which vill take place two weeks hence, will jonsist each of eleven games of tiOO joints each at English billiards and ;ix of 500 points each at balk jine )illiards. A money stake of a ide will be involved In each match, nid the winner and loser will divide he net gate receipts on a 'basis of 65 nd 35. matches in other cities ft'ill be siiorter. Inman took an early lead, anil never elinquished it, gradually increasing iis advantage. He was deadly accur- ,te in playing hazards. His best ef- ort was in the thirteenth Inning, a un of 123. Hoppe gathered 09 by ine all-round work in his ninth iau- but .he was frequently nt sea when ng, OUiMET BEAT TRAVERS Francis Ouimet defeated Jerome Trovers at Short Hill, N.J., Saturday, t golf. This is the second tiran this eason Ouimet has accomplished the rick. The Things They Say The Gushing Young: 'rofessor, you must come to our af- air tomorrow. All my friends arc oming, though they say they haven't rag to wear! shall be pinion. UJDOLPH MIGHT HAVE SAVED GIANT'S SCALP Dick Rudolph, with Pitcher ames, has been instrumental in put- ng the Boston Braves in the lead in e National league, was a captjv-s of ohn McGraw's, secured from the To- nto club. The ieauer of the Giants Ned to get the best out of Rudolph, nd he was let go, eventually landing berth with the Braves.; If McGraw id kept Rudolph and succeeded in de- veloping him as Stall ings of t4ie Braves has done, York team would land their fourth National lea- gue doubt. It in pitching department where McGraw met his Waterloo. _ PENNANT One of Tying Chicago's R.-cord of Ten The closing of the pennant race in the National toaguu luia caused a {iolving into ancient records of the organization, with the result that several interesting sidelights have developed. Boston, by win- ning the 1014 can draw with- in one point of the league record of ton pennants held by Chicago, 'while, New York fan secure a tie with Boston since but one pennant separates the record of the two cities. These three cities lead by a comfortable margin all other cities which from time to time have been represented in the Na- tional league. The order in point of pennants won is as fol'iows: Chicago: 187G. I8SO-1-2, 1885-6, 1910. Boston: 1ST7-S, 1SS3, 1897-8. New York: 1888-3, 1904-5, mi-12- 13. Pittaburg: 1901-2-3, 1909. Brooklyn: 1890, 1809, 1900. Baltimore: 1S94-5-6. Providence: 1879, 1884. Detroit: 1887. Pittsburg................ 2 7 2 New York...........- n ]2 2 and Schans; Dcmaree, Fromrae and Meyers. Second game (6 iuningu, called on account of Pittsburg ens IS 12 2 Kantlehner, H. Marquard and New York Butter! Kelly and Coleman; Meyers, Johnson. St. 3 G 1 Brooklyn............... 712 3 Niehause and Erayder; AitctiisouVan'd McCarty. Chicago t! U -1 Boston................ 7 11 1 Seibel and Archer; Tames and Gowdyl incinnati..1 ...r...... -4 8 7 Philadelphia............''312 4 ton and Gonzales; Oeschger and Burns. JOB Wood, the'Booton Red Sox pitch. who, with Walter Johnson, was the big noUe in the American league three ago when the Red Sox captured winning seven games and losing two, according to latest records. Joe was disabled after the eventful year of 1912, and failed to pitch up to his Iht pannantf is not displaying his 1912 mark in 1013 and 1914, but Irs is ap- in? U pilcMny CA-1 jjarcniiy corning bacK, tnougtl not 31- eellent ball. He'is next to his team- lowed to pitch with any-great fre- Leonard in value to the Red Sox, quency. TAKE SALTS TO, FLUSH KIDNEYS Eat less meat if you feel Backachy or. Bladder troubles is fine for Kidneys, Meat forms-uric acid which excited and overworks the kidneys in-their efforts to filter it from the system. Regular eaters of meat imibt. flush the kidneys occasionally. You must re- lieve them like pbu relieve your bow- els: removing all tiie acids, waste and poison, else you feel a dull misery in the Kidney region, sharp pains in the back or sick headache, dizziness, your stomach sours, tongue is coated and ivhon th? weather is bad yoii have rheumatic twinges. The urine is cloudy, full oC sediment; the channels often get irritated, obliging you to get up two or three times during the night. To neutralise these irritating acids I and Hush off tha body's urinous waste get about lour ounces of Jad Salts from any pharmacy; take a table- spoonful iii a glass of water before breakfast for a few days and your kidneys.will then act fine nml bladder disorders disappear.. This famous salts is mart.? from tho acid of grapes arid lemon juice, combined with llthla, and has been used for generations to clean and stimulate sluggish kidneys and stop bladder irritation. Jad Salts is inexpensive; harmless and makes a delightful effervescent., lithia-water drink which millions of men and wo- men take and llien, thus avoiding serious Kidney and bladder diseases. Sold by J. D. Higfnbotham und Co., Limited. AMERICAN Washington 3 7 6 Detroit................ 11 11 2 AJi'res, Harpec iiid Aiasm'itnh; Covaleski and Stau- tffo- v York............ 2 10 0 Cleveland__-............ 5 12 2 and Nunamaker; Barter end EKan. Boston............-...... B 10 .1 Chicago...... 2 9 1 and La- throp, Jasper, Russell and Kuan, May- or. St. Louis Sid OF VON BUM'S DEATH (L. A. In Luiiiluu From an official source I Ivamt the exact circumstances sui- rounding Lhc death of General .Von ituclow :it thr battle ol Haelen. At this battle a lad oi J8, stand-1 ing aioru: in a muss of dead bodies, saw about 900 yards distant an of- Jiccr studying a map. The youngster crawled quietly amongst the corpses uf his comrades; until he was within 100 yards ol the officer. Then he took careful aim and lircd, 'flip officer fell dead. Hushing up to the- body the Bel- gian discovered to his surprise that j it was 'that of General Von Uuclow.' Taking off the general's hoots and 'donning his uniform, he managed to pays through the German lines. As lie appreached the Belgian army he discarded the German helmet and en his own cap in Eoar that hy might j he shot. I Subsequent examinatksi oi Ijuelow's garments led to Germani notes to the value of 13 ,000 francs j being found in the vest i pocket and this money King Albert has turned over to the Had Cross or- ganization. u the jacket was a secret pocket containing memoranda full of inter- esting details about the hatUclield and the future intentions of the Ger- mans. On hearing of the lad's brave deed King Albert, after presenting him with the dead General's horse ai pocket book, gave him on the spol order of the Knight of Leopold. TO-NIGHT ONLY At Great Sfcarlnnd Has Heeurod and will OfTor for Today Only the Well Known in Two Big licols. viz.: A Melodrama of Mystery and Thrills Produced by Otis Turner, with Herbert Kawlinson, Anna Little, Win. TY'or- thington and Frank Lloyd. person visiting Starland Tonight Trill receive a Beautiful Picture Card of MISS FLO LA BADIE, who takes the leading part in "THE MILLION DOLLAR. MYSTERY" at Star-land Tomorrow. CHANGE OF PROGRAM AT STARLAND TONIGHT At great expense Stailand Theatre iaa secured, and will offer for tonight inly, the Tvell-known and popular lovel, entitled "Circle 17." This e.x- raordlnary attraction is a melodrama f mystery and thrills, and "was pro- uced by Otis Turner, with Herbert tawlinson, Anna Little, Wm. Worth- nston and Frank Lloyd. The public of Lethbridge, wlio are following "T-he lillion Dollar Mystery" at Starland very Wednesday and Thursday, will e pleased to learn that every person who visits Starland tonight will re- eive a beautiful picture card of Miss o La Badie, who is the heroine of ilia great mystery story. 7 13 0 Bush, Worden and- Lapp; Agnew. FEDERAL Baltimore 5, St. Louis, 3, Baltimore- 4, St. Louis 3, Kansas City 10, Buffalo 10. Brooklyn Chicago 5. Pittsburg 3, Indianapolis 2. "BUNNY" AT THE EMPfcESS We wonder if any of our lady read- rs ever entrusted their husbands to uy a hat for them, as was "Bunny" in ast night's Vitagraph comedy at the press, entitled "Bunny buys a hat or his Bride." Poor Bunny He gets lie hat, but only after a .very strenu- ue time, during which situations arise hat cause plenty of merriment to the nloolcers. Another comedy, in which there ots of fun is: "The Sultan and the oiler Skates." This shows the result f the Sultan's order to his court to ry roller-skating as a pastime, and the amount of laughter it reduced; was "well liked. The other films on the programme re of a high standard of excellence, id the musical end of the programme nothing to be desired. Stanley arvle, who has been engaged for this eek. sang "Till the Sands of the Desert Grow Cold" In his own In! imitable manner, and will repeat -this song again tonight, when the same blH will be presented, as on Monday. you ever send your husband out to [buy a hat for you If you didn't, fskc a tip from 'Mrs. Bunny, and DON'T, You Should Sea Bunny Buys a Hat for His Bride It's a Scream, and1 the Other Films are Good, -Too. The Orchestra is playing at Each Performance, and Stanley Jarvla is Singing the Sands of the Desert Grow Cold." BIJOU THEATRE The pictures at the Bijou theatre 'were well received last ni ThQ LEAGUE STANDINGS Boston New York St. Louis Chicago Philadelphia Brooklyn NATIONAL w. 87 .......SO 72 71 63 Cincinnati 58 Pittshiirg P.D. .490 .48B .435 Philadelphia Boston..... Washington Detroit Chicago New York St. Louis leveland AMERICAN _-. w. 95 Sfl 77 1 GS 67 Oil 49 57 70 71 SO 80 SO 100 P.O. .1156 .610 .524 .520 .459 .320 FEDERAL W. Chicago S2 ndiannpoliB...... "79 Baltimore....... 76 73 3rook1yn........ 72