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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATIWDAY, SKPTKMHKn 20, 1917 THE LRTlinniDGE HERALD PAGE 1E.EHIEF Soft, Sine-All Stin Comet Wlli Of Additional Sport HOrUH WATSON GU'DnyloQ Ave., Toronto. Xov, lOlh, 1013. A hrauliful complex ion 11 Jsnme Woman's cl lief glory and t he envy oflier less fortximitk-. rii'ils. Vet iifoft, clear only Me imlitrat rtsult offurf Stood. "1 was a considerable timp. ivitli a dijjifriring n-hich corrrr'l vlilcli 1 iiso'J :md without relief.' After niinu ItTOs" for one the rash Is coiil- plelcly nni'dccply thinkfu! for the relief and in 1 he future, In ill iiutbe without KOJIAIT AVATSOX..- fiOc.ahox, G for 53.oO, trial sizr, At dealers or senlpasLpiid on receipt of _ price rruil-rx-l (Canadian Press) New York, Sept. of iho out- laudlns features of world "serious" History has been tlio fact that almost every contest of (bis baseball classic developed one or more so-talleJ wlio Lave uncovered what 1ms teeu termed a superman, type of game under e Ires a aud exilte- mcnt of tbe struggle. Certain names flied Jo Ihc memory of Ilic tans In connection with specific scries long after Hie general result and pe oC tlio competing clula have faded from recoiled Ion. Tbo pitching ot Christy M at Lew F on In the aeries against the Philadelphia Athletics In 1904; the heavy battles of Franklin llaker ayalnst Ibe Giants In llio I'lilladelphla-iVevf YorX contests of 1911 when he pounded out two home runs at critical pcrlodi In the- play and drove In five runs during the series; cannonading of Hank G bal In the Boston Dravcs1 victory over tho Athletics In the struggle of 1914 tlie llraves' catcher startled tlio baseball world with hla tcrriflc hltlfiig that gave him an average ol -515 and an assortment of drives vhk'b con- sisted o[ one liotnc run, one three bag- ger, three ln'ta five in' eleven times at bat. all made vui M series history. Tbe same can bo said ol Uie field play of llorrr-Jlooncr In the famous What the Press Agents Say ourg and Philadelphia Nationals in ILiuy and 1915 when these teams voii ,lie right to play the American league l-cimant winners 'or tbe irorld's cham- 'Fliero Is also iaurb promising ma- terial among the younger ol the tcaraa and It lt> uot alt unlikely that une or more of these untried In the premier diamond con- flict, may prove tho deciding factor In either u gamo or iho scries as a Certainly somo o! them have records to support the sup- iwsnton. Denny Kauft. (he Elar bat- ter of the defunct Federal league; Jim Thorpe, tlio famous Indian athlete, football player and former member of several innjor and jntuor league cluhs; Pitcher fr'red Anderson, Walter Holte, am' others oi Ihc younger Giants all appear to posse possfbllltfe? in Ihia dirr-cllon. Tlie White Sox rosier Includes the ntiiErs of players who have sprung Into baseball prflmlncncc with- In the past season or two anil It may ho thl-j list Uiero ivlll appear one who by a spectacular Belting feat, j Uon mon dolIehUul comedy hit or brllilaut pjcco pi base run- will bp seen al Die nine will earn a plate In tho world .Monday. Lionel Harrymoro and Jreno hall of fame at a bound. In-1 ]jowjey are cosiarred in this five-part fielder Charley Illsborj; and Oulfieldtr I feature production, which was written Oscar Pclscb have played remarkable by channlng Pollock and Jlennold Useball this season and should main- airecled Oeorge I) llak- antl night, Norton and Jui-., Will offer the patrons of the M-aJesttc the merry munlcal comedy, "The .Mil- lion Dollar Doll." Tills new music a I AT THE EMPRESS Clara Him In II Youcg Is comloK to this theatre Monday and Tuesday hi a ueiv aud wonderful picture1, "The uhU'b has Leon In ]irc- {laruifoii during lljs past four monDis. hi all that tiiiio (Tjra Kiniljall YGUUK 'has uot liccn scey upon Die In all her splendid career as an acinus she bns Jierur enjo.vtd suc-L ojiporluiii- lies Tor Lrllliant varied persona- tion as those provided in 'Tue Durk Silence." ATTHEOIU'HEUM "Ills Father's a Mrtro wonder- play couiblnlug powerful ac- offcrinR has been described ;t jingling, joyful uoii'.rdjr with spark- llog musk- ami ;ireitj- girls. The casi In hcuded by Scott and Hoard man. tsvo comedians who stand In Hie front rank of fuu makers, and aro supported by a cast o( principals, all ol whom iv on recognition In the best mutual comedy of ilie day. A chorus ot twenty-five real Klngers and willi a rightful litle uf "llcauly Churns" make the cast ar.d chorus one of unequalled merit. Cunning, the miracle uuin. hl3 company ol workers, will be the attraction ac the Ma jus lie Tliea- '.re, tnr (ive days atartlnc on Monday nest. October Isl. Kollouing Is what the Edmonton Journal Bald ol Cunning during his recent appear- ance In tliut city; "UeToro an ;aidfcnco held spell- bound by the unique demons I ration of menial Ickpatitj, and which uhut many termed Hie working ot a mind. Cuunius "the man iivlm gave the first of Ills enicrtammenls lor this week lit Kdmontun Monday evening at ilic Kmplrc theatre, main profratu opened wllh an exblullluu by Cunnlag n-liirk dem- onstrated Iho harmony of iriought aud "There was a visible Fllr when Cuiiiiing called tor a number of per- sons ia' pieces of Jewelry In the si'.fc, lie beiiie lime blind- folilnd. The safu was then locked, Ihe performer advanced to tbe centre of the stage and ihcn, to the of Ilic auillcnc-e. Ise named each and trirkr-i placed in the safe and thtd tilFpIay with the nam- ing ol tte owners. 'Tho audience was then treated to a stunning surprise when Cunning, slowly wended his way down Iho aisle picked oul'lhc names of persons seat- ed in ULQ audience, and replied (o their Immediate thoughts. In aOfliUoii ID the regular evenl perrormauceE, Cunning will rlvo inatlnee on Wednesday afternoon (oq both sexes, a special mallnco for lod only on Friday afternoon, and snecial children's matinee al o'clock ou Thursday alternooiL SeaU are at Medley's now. NT" Iain (he during the coming series. In addition, Iho White Sox have many players of iar greater blp league ex- perience, who have never had a'chance TO Figure In the most important, of all diamond clashes and (I would not lie surprising If one or more of these men leaved (o Ibe fore In ilic race fur the world series Tame. NATIONAL TODAY'S GAMES First gauio: Urooklyn ......OOD010001 2 7 and A nation ivlitch declares wa "ROCS discussing whether it lo liave clcclnrcd war or" hot Is liotcnt, imbecile, an.l earns Ike contempt of mankind and the cer- tainty of humiliating defeat anil sub- to foroisn conlroJ. Tjiia-'ircn speaking and nrit- Ing and printing arguments against p 017, nntl agafnst 'everything on tho are rendering marc effective service to Germany Mian Ibcy over could render Ju-tho field -iritli arms in their hanrfs. Anybody ivho seeks oy nrgument or otherwise to slop the execution of the orjlor. sending Belgium -Is simply France and lo prevetil EpvcrEnishl Irom carrjv ins" on aucccsslully.' He U ald- inff Ihd 'enemies of liis counlry oud if he wliat lie is really doing he Is a Iraltor at licart, In all of lljesc countries France, Serbia and Roumnnla) women have -been the remains lo be seen, thousands, by tbe lens of game series between the Boston Amciicans anfl (he N'ew York Nation- al; tbe work of Third Baseman Rohc. of the Clilcago Americans In 190C. wh'en that team defeated Iho Chlcaco XotloaaU lour out of six; I Cleveland 2 7 Kudle Collins' remarkable aboivlng al Washington ..0007400uk 11 15 A second base for th'e Athletics in tlie I Torkelsou anil Dllliiigs; 'Harper anil scries of 1310 ami 1913, and Pitcher! Atnsmlth. Gcorsc WitUc's one Inning aland at. Fjrst -aino- first base lor the Giants !n 1513. The Hat might be continued almost indef- initely it all .Iho slars were to be sjiveii their fluo. It can be aeon tbat every scries devcloncs pnn or more players who rise to a degree-far In excess of (licit normal diamond work during the play. Various rea- sons have IJCEII advanced tor tills nmrhcd lifting of (Itoir gtanc and they liavc been relcrred to as "star moliey players." "aeries cracks." and other Catlorc anil Miller; Jacobs, Grime and UJacku-eJJ. AMERICAN First game: Detroit.........OD0011020 i 1 Philadelphia .200 030 zlx B 10 2 James and Yolle; Schaucr find Pork- ns. First gamei Chicago ........HO 000 012 S U terms to dtstinKuisli them Irom the men whose ivork In Hie big- ronlosl Is nclllier more or less sensational thcirthelr seasonal play. Another pe- culiar feature ia that there can be no dccurale forecasting as to which man will rise, to tho .occasion In this mati ner. .Many have been canceled to play-'riioat brlllianUy only lo dlsap- supporters witli aa cshlW- lion which, deserved, Iho de- scription term of riieiUacreV .-There is a wlde-flclii of Bpecirtallve possibilities among the players ot the Chicago Amerlsgns and tbe Nationals and the worW series heroes may spring from imeipccted pdstKona in the coming contests Ihcse series stars will rise from the ranks of or 'frbin 'iimone tlie. yqunger mernDers of the 'White 'Sox-'Vn'rt the Glanta only ttnie can tell. In veteran .materfnl tested in the flrc of world series strife the- Nc'iV York hare it de- cided advantage over thftlr rivals from the middle west.-. Whether all of Ihese players will get into iho sorles, how- and who ever heard oC a German sol- dier being punished.for robbery I or murder? These revolting outrages upon" humanity and law 'arc not the cniual Incidents of war, hut are the resulls of a settled policy ot fright- fulness. Ttils is no ordinary war, U Is a conflict between ilic divine right of kings to govern nianklriil Ihrpush armies and nobles and the right of the peonies ol the earth who toll and cn- durc aud nsplro, to govern themselves by law, In the freedom ol Individual It Is'dio cHmnx of the au-., between autocracy and KcTfil. Knox i'.is been admit- ted lo the base KrnTirn, anf- frrlng front gunshot wotmdB In tlio hack, according to word rcccls-ed this inorning by Iil3 parents, who reside nl 411 I2lli St. C, north. flWf falVft FARNUM TMKLBANUP AT THE EMPHE9S TONIGHT YOU CAN DO BETTER- ORYGAOOS. MEHiS WEAR. BOOTS SHOES NORTH LETHB RIDGE CAPSTOTHE DOOR. In ivho addition has leil to Manager lour learns In" Ihc Rlrugglca, 'Tearcau was. n mfemlicr ot Ihc Gianls rleam figured in iilonslilp play ol 13L2'oTid 1013; orjuni) was a lucmbor of the Ctil- Naltonnls whon-that club met the Philadelphia AthleUca In 1010; teller George Gigson Lcblod the Llic.PtUaliuTE team when that plnycd ULC Detroit Amerl- cnns In 19D3 anil IMlchcr-Dernaree and Outfielder Uurns jdayed with (ho hi HID scries or 19ia ngainat-tho Athleltcs. hi falinrp controBt the WliUo Sox liaVo hut. two players who have to any exlenl In tbe base- ball classic, Krifltc Collns, Ihc Chicago Ijascman was n member of MacX's famona pennant and series machine a few rears ago ond figured prominently In (he elea of 1910-1 l-J3-14% Edrtla Wur- phy was nlso a tlie Ath- letics for screra) years nnd wos'n' fac- tor in the sorlcs play. Inflelder Ho- Itcrt Byrno was enrolled wllh Iho Pills- Franklyn Farnum dainty Brownie Vernon In Iho Comcdr Bj YounK Comedy: "The Onion Gale Also Current FRL AND SAT. Oeorgi er for Ilolfc Pholopljys, Inc., lo Lc re- leased on Ibo Metro program. First game: St. Louis.....000003020 5 7 Uostoii.........0002212GX-13 15 Koob anil Hartley; Foster aad Ma AT STARLAND Pnulluc Frederick, tho ycrren's great- est dramatic actress, will bo seea at Slarlancl for the last tonight In "Her Belter Self." Story of "Out_of the Wreck" Jn which the brilliant Mor- occo-Paramount star. Knlhlyn Harns vrill bo EC en Monday and Tucs- day might be known as "The Metnor- Ica of the Forget-me-nols" ns It deals wilh the Influenec or those Lender flow- era upon tho life of a woman. This story was written espcclaUy for Miss Williams by Maud R. Corsan and was told to the author by n prom- inent attorney as the Inside history ot u famous trial. The attorney told tbe story lo Miss Corsan one night In his oHkc and -vividly dcpcrlhcd tbe inci- dents, ivhlcli hud Lo do with a young girl who Is forced, through tlie death of her parents by tuberculosis, (o earn her own living; with her marrying Ilic man she loves only to find out, when lie Is crazed by drink, that hti I lias a wife living and he.iv to save her I life she shoots Lira, Is acquitted at the trial and eventually becomes a. mla- iieul politician. The tale so impressed the writer that she returned lo her Jioine and wrote tlie story for Miss Williams. QTARLAND All Pnxluctlgni Guarantied. SPECIAL ATTRACTION FOR WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY "SMASHING THE HINDENIJUlUi LINE" SIX REELS SIX REELS These are official British Government Pictures of tlie Big Advance. Pte. Ross Taylor Will Give an Explanatory Talk Each Evening. itt dirk l -JCCJ toUr t Setoiid game liicaEO 3 5 2 New York 4 2 Clcottcc and Schalk; Tofmalilcn and Walera. Cleveland 000 lOi) 3 10 Waslilnglon 002.100 10 2 Coutnlic and Siiaiv Alnsmith. Second" and Dolrolt.... ..111110330-11 H AT THE MAJESTIC On October Glli. matinee LAST TIMES TONIGHT Pauline Frederick IN "HER BETTER SELF' ALSO "POLICE MONDAY AND TUESDAY PALLAS PICTURES PRESENT KATIILYN WILLIAMS IN 'OUT OF THE WRECK' ALSO "Tin Can Alley" A Two-Reel l.uko Comedy I'TbePurpieMask" In jo, lLiUe in rf ctuicltn n n-fil, tinJM br i ELlrj t.a (AHi Grace Cunard MID Francis Ford ARPHEUM V TONIGHT FIFTH EPISODE "ABLAZE IN ALSO CHARLES CHAPLINl IN "THE MiX-UP" ORPHEUM. MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY The Love Story sf a Prodigal See Lionel Barrymorc and Irene Howley HIS FATHER'S Si MMEBTIG Matinee and Night SATURDAY OCT. 6 Seats on tale at Theatre Box Office all next week I'hllailelphln .Ipl 30100G-12 11 Cunningham ariil 'Yelle; A'aylor and Post Scasar.. Games C 0 13 2 Paris, Sept. Paslia, the Lcvantfnc resident of Paris ivlio 1ms been llic object ot a judicial Invesli- galtoa concerning rela- tions with Ihc enemy, WHS nrrealeiT this morning n[ Ill's hotel .where'-lie hod been lo his rooms Tor scvornl ilnys by. Illness.' Jn tbip iiiornlng's issue, ol Ihe Ac- tion l-'mnciilse (he cilHor or that newspaper declares (hat tlie Gorman soverntnciit turned over to Uolo about Iranca, part through Ihc former Khc-Jivc .of Egypt, In Switzerland, and part through v nn AmcrJcnn cbannel- Tbo newspaper stales tbat tlie money >vas intended to subsliUzc Ihe press In [be interest of a premature peace. r., I r NORTON BUNNELL INC., PRESENT 'HARVEY D. OHR'S'SPEEDIEST OF ALL MUSICAL COMEDIES The Million Dollar Doll 35 PEOP LE- THE BIGGEST NOVELTY AND DANCE THE SEASON. CARLOAD OF SPECIAL SCENERY AND ELECTRICAL EFFECTS PEOPLE TIIIKD SUCCESSFUL SEASON AND EVERYTHING NEW 22 SONG HITS 22 IMPERIAL MALIiXQUARTETTE PRETTY GIRLS GALORE FEATURE EXTRAORDINARY 90METmNG NEW1 -'DON'T MISS IT THE ILLUMINATED RUNWAY HAUNTING TUNESI CAPTIVATING CHOHUSI MOST BEAUTIFUL AND EXPENSIVE COSTUMES EVER CARRIED WITH A ROAD PRODUCTION YOUTH AND MAUTV1 Biggest Success in Years Magnificent .Stage Settings Special Prices: ]Sriglit 75c, 50c MATINEE ALL SEATS 5ftC MAJESTIG5SMon.Octlst Regular Mat. Wednesday at 230 SPECIAL CHILDREN'S MATINEE THURSDAY, 4 P.M. RABBITS GIVEN AWAY. SPECIAL MATINEE FRIDAY, 2.30 FOR LADIES ONLY. WELCOME RETURN ENGAGEMENT, DIRECJ FROM TWO RECORD BREAKING WEEKS AT WALKIR THEATRE, WINNIPEG. THE'MASTEK MIND v THE MIRACLE MAN AND HIS COMPANY OF WONDER WQUKERS THE GREATEST MYSTERY SHOW ON EARTH SOLID CARLOAD OF MYSTIC ILLUSIONS AND HINDU MAGIC YOUR QUESTIONS O CUNNINQ WILL ANSWER f'' F' THEM THE SIMLA THE CREATION of, THE PRISONER OF THE MODERN, MjRACLES. 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