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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, SEPTBMllEHjttl 1 T H B IL E T H B R 1 DGE DAfLY HEKALD HOPPE TURNS TABLES ON INMAN HOW WORLD'S SfS IL BE PlAl First Two Games, Oct. 9 afO, at Boston lo 'LAYED BALKLINE STYLE Now York, Sept. play- IIK two 500 point games at balkline today. Willie Hoppc, the world's balk inc champion, led Melbourne he English billiard champion o( tho yorld by artota, score of .1.804 It nV a Get Next, Oct. 12 Other Gamesi: if ;Any, to. Alternate--Twnfct Wins Fou'i- Game Capturesnampionship Philadelphia, the Athlii and for the plonthip -will be played 'in phi.-. Q-tobtr 9 ind 10. The i and fourth. JJWIWT be .playj Boston on October-12'and fifth game on'Octber 14; ind'tlie'i'ixtb je. In Boston, October. if mqrein 30-4 four' to .decide the series. This .decided today at meeting of.the com mission. The umpires will be Klcm and Syro, of National league and Flnneen and Hlldebfand'-of the American There will be three official scorers: J! G T. SplrnV'bf' St Louis, and oni man'to be picked'by the Philadelphia baseball writers'and one by'the Bos- ton writers. HOLD OLYMPIC GAMff IN BERLIN. IN President of Cottimlttee.. Change Despite European R-tports New York, Sept. Thstlic Olympic game's of lillli will iiald International in Berlin, despite the is indicated in a letter recaivjby the 'American Olympic coimnHtu- from ..Union Pierre dc''Cottin, pic -The ittodij from Havre. and .-addressed' to fjalc James .says "The scat of :the Olympia Sins what: it was anil-'contrary 'Uyhat the 'American papers say, I 'personally make any .proposal lov- er of.a change..We never thosVt-he Olympic games would ac- count of wars, and I feel ;eotiy LAST OF POLO. MATCHES AT COWLEY FRIDAY The South Albovta .Country club and North Fork conclude the season's matches next 1'VI- -picture, "One of .Our had o tell graphically a story with sudi- lent human significance, and has made of It a masterpiece, full of merit. The fascinating stage favorite, Hazel Dawn, as Kate Shipley; enacts the role o perfection. An array of Famous r'lajers artistes been selected for be cast such as are seldom seen to- gether m a production "'One of Our Jlrls" a comedv drama, that closely nter'weaves the interest ot three nighty nations, presents another fea- ure of unusual quality that will iead- rt M jis- whole God's ildreu has tion 'the alwavs been that of 'ideal inuai be personififl the Word must he made nesh befff It "n bo proerful if this iftrui. o( us. all it is far more truej! hoys One u hoi the tight4hero jod vou have done the greatest thm'jou cin do 4or Jam Bring him liner the person al Influence of an olderhlili he cjn admire and folloi, and re will grow like him is ineltibly as the flower srowi louird be sun Here is a story ol falter John son's influence upon a Joy whose first mine is Johnny his tram He holds several bastball records, buch ib pitchmi; lift) con secutive innings without being scored on throwing a baieball at tbe rate of U2 feet a second and stilkmc out the most'men in a.season. He has no known as Walter. Ito nensnipers iuc the terms Itie speed kmi, The human Rattling gun flic big scythe etc but, speak of him as ftal tcr He is b> far tnf most popular man in a citv of great Much of Ins populanh is due to bis modest) and manliness He Ins no bad Habits i Hub is the reason o the influence of such a hero upon 01 e boy IDf U Our hov iilmits that hi. ail nines Walter Johnsoi more tnan he admires anvone on this earUi et he j .........fh H1IVUUI Mtl V.....-------- lor the benefit of iie lew unliuli sajs Walt-er never spouc a wold to atcd we will state Vlu1 1'rari Inrn It iveiilj gave lohiiny the third Johnson ,s the .tar Jitoher of the to find out what Johnson tab baseball teim of the Am 'said or done to him to make him cncm league In the seison of '913 lip pilchcil more compete games thin any other in the United ind won liiori1 Mttonts than nnj other pitther in the American league U (he clos.e ol the season iwafiled the a itoinohile by tlic (Inlnlers ih the in in in the Anicribaii leigin, most lalliablc to worship the min ni he doc the insneis pitcher" 'lip Nrver fusses' Hero lie is j gieat a (juiet man fyerybody speaks that was read at a Y.M.C.A. ban- quet llus is it 'I am no preacher or anything like thai, but, in my work as a ball player I have traM-llcd all over the United States, met .and .mingled with all classes of people. I have jeen what cigarettes and liquor w'iH do to a man, and that's .why i noo't use either. L have smoked a (cw cigars in the last three or four I guess five or I smoked didn't do me any harm, but 'Itiey'dWii't lie. me any good, so wbv should I smoke them Most men ind Know smok ing and drinking does thfm no gowl, bul don t setm to teal he the harm it does ttoem until it's too.late: Ask any man who drinks what hetthinks of it..and he.will' say, 'I wish' 1 never took a Some of them won't admit that thoy ate killing themieUes ind making life more. miserable lor.. themselves and their people but thcv all know it 1 very trill) JOHNSON. BIJOU THE FAMILY THEATRE England Declares War Setnea During The Crisis COMEDY hoy's ideal can find no better Nrver fusses' rverynouy veil of linn 'All the plajn, like field of fertility than the lim' "Viv It's not what he sajs it s whftl be I LT'I I H in II Walter Julmsuii wrote .1. letter once of lilt. C'v lie M C moonipatatlc n pulpnic in I ethhridne should he a mem Lor Hie timi. to join is I At Last They Eat 2 PART DRAMA The Tragedy of Ambition COMEDY I Father's Temper issssga FRIDAY SATURDAY HAZEL DAWN IN "One. of Our Production Printed on strong-bond paper; tables giving strt-iioTli of the armies and navies, amount of war debt, grain .production, .area, population and statistics .of. real interest. Free to subscribers sending in renewal sub- scriptions for 3 months or over to The Leth- bridge Daily Herald. ; lly uphold the high standard set by the Famous Players. The story offers a splendid motion picture subject, be- ing full of Interesting and laughable situations, which are all effectively handled1 uy the cant The aflaptatK is from the pen ot illss Eva Mr. ShulbVrg's scenario staff.- 7--- "Oae of Onr Qlri's" will appear- the Bijou Friday and Sdturday, IVi THEATRE TO.NIGHT "ACROSS THE ATLANTIC" EWturing the universal favor- ite, King Baggot, and the world famous British and German Av- iators, Claude Graham-Wnite aBd GuaUve.Hamel. "MADE IN ENGLAND" TODAY is Change of Program Day at THE EMPRESS AND AN STRONR0 HAS BEEN Orchestra Stanley Jarvis Orchestra We are going to make FRIDAY our PAT- ETOTTCT'DAY, bv handing over of the Day's Receipts to the BELGIAN mWD. Bring your friend! and help to twell the Fund. "Nina of the Theatre" The first of th.. Alice Joyo. will ahown on that day, so you will be well toe helfing a worthr The most so far been offered in TO-NIGHT ;