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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, OCTOBER, 3, 1914 THE LET.HBRIDGE HERALD PAGE T! That's Little Bunch of Coin Even Wffl Pull .Down This Season Johnny i When Charles W. Murphy, formerly Iffealdent of the Chicago National lea- Rue club, 'let out "Johnny" Elvers lust paved tho way ,for the lat- ter to make dome real money. Now tint the Boston Braves have won the National 'league pennant, Evers' sal- ary for the 1911 season will reach close to tho mark. Evers is paid player In the business. .When he signed a con- tract with'the Hoston management he .was paid for his signature. In addition the Boston club assumed his Chicago contract, said to call for 000 a year. .It also.cnrrled u provision whereby ;Evers was to. receive a bonus of J2000 if the Cubs won the pennant, If the team finished ?1000 II It ran third, and 5500 II it finished .as good as lourth. That portion of -his Chicago contract "was aiso asBumed -by the Boston mhuagc- ient But'Evers wasn't through when he that the ahove.was made legal be- fore a notary public. He didn't believe that.he -was getting a fair deal from laiurjhy, so he insisted that it either or Sweeney, who figured in '.the deal whereby, he went to Boston; irenorted to Chicago, he.should be paid :BOmB more.' Sweeney" reported, and Evers received If the Braves' the pennant ''Johnny" will have for his sea- 'son's work before the first game of ithe world's series is staged. "Johnny" that he picked up his first Uiorseshoe Urn.' when Murphy "canned" MAY CALL -OFF GAME 'Army and Navy Officials Are Unable to Agrsc on Contest Wafihingtcn, D.C., Oct. ing failure of the-representatives of the Army, and .Navy to agree on the Vlase to play at a confeience jester day afternoon with Secretary of ;War Garrison and Secretary it ap- peared practicalh certain theie no_, Armj i y'ear. football JEANETTE OUTPOINTS LANGFORD Yor't, N'T, O'ct 1 lean- fette of Hobokep1 N .1. outpu'ntej and outfought Sera Langford of Boston in 10 lounn bout heie toinsht, are negro heavyweights Both 4> f-" PATRIOTIC FOOTBALLERS Ont, Oct. Dominion of Canada Football Association has decided to set aside one daj upon which all tlon will pla) tholl matches with the proceeds to go to the Dominion Patriotic Fund. CpBB CINCHES BAT HONORS No Chance for Georgia to Be Netted Out Tynis Uaympnd Cohb, outfielder and slugger extraordinary, of tho Detroit 'risers', 'Is again the pre- mier baUianii of tho major leagues. With, a a week, remain- ing to complete the season, Cobb is no far In advance''of bis field that there fa not even a remote possibility of Ills being overtaken. Cobb's pheholhonal .mark ot .381 Is 37 points in exceHS of the average of the nextjiesti hatter in the Am-, erlcan. leaxuo, Eddie Collins being the rimnemrp; it tops the grand average of the leader, in tihe National league by IB .points. So there is littlo; likelihood of Cobb being compelled to jrclinciuish his enviable.position. CHANCE IS THROUGH Pcsrlsn Sayi Ho Quit Baitball for 111., Oct. Pausing here today on his Nmv York to California auto tour, Frank Chance, ex-pilot of tho Yan- koes, repeated his declaration that ho in out of baseball for good, and said ho was heading straight for Me California ranch to "pick oranges." Chance, 'with his wife, will continue the journey from Chi- oago, going west through Oma- ha and Salt City.. of the great muscles ot the gladiators as move nere iff the ring. It is the most beautiful moving picture that the" world has to show It is the thing itself Not oven the genius of a Michael Angelo could evoie lor vou so beautiful and so full a picture Aml'tno set, hard faces o! these gladiators i They fight here in the ring without heal or auger If one of them gets angry ho is done nitm must be as cool and collected as pos- sible For in the game here (Caere is shown the greatest art It is not seconds that tell It is tenths of even less. A man mav lose the fight through be- ing a tenth of a second late. Blows arc given with a swiftness tlat no eye can lollow. There are times when a man falls irom a blow that is to you unseen. Even though you are watching intently, you don't nee til that icsscs, How fair is the attitude ol the fighters towards each other See, that man has just (alien .and tors lei- low lighter cowei forward and helps him up. This courtesy often and ot- ten happens in the ring. The rtra hands at the beginning bout and they shake bands again at within the magic Daily Mirror. Take it to MAC He knows what's wrong with YOUR GUN. Fifteen yean' eT- perlence with the Leading Gun manufacturers ot Europe ihd America. Out-ot-Town work 4lven attention. D, I MacDOIULD GUNSMITH. 'lfth South, honn 1032. P. O. Box pa- tnotic m their stage woia, but thev have proien themsehes bj ofTering giving 20 per cent of their sea- son's profits to the War Fund This amount does not come from the pub- lic alone, lor each memtsr has voluj- tarilj given up 10 per cent o! his weekly salaries to this donation. The "Versailles'' engagement will close on Tuesday evening a repe- tition of. last season's comedj hit, "The Canadian Etprcss Tills piece 'has been supplied tmentftuo new musical numbers, so that thu on- ly resemblance to last season's pro- duction of the same bill n. the laugh- able 'plot, a'td amusing situations. MASTERPIECE AT. THE BIJOU (By Argus) With, masterly portraial of charac- ter and elaborate mise-ea-scene, "One Of Onr at last night, not only ined up to its re- putation, but exceeded the anticipation warranted by a strong cast ot playeis, including Hazel The 'piece was of a unique charac- ter, attractive and interesting 10 a de- gree. With an American and a French girt in the leading roles, there was a delightful exposition of the two char- acteristics. The marriage ,of con venlonce in France was a pivot Kmnd which circled a romantic tale, verging at times to the thrilling Dawn plays der part clmlm Ingly To "appreciate lier it is enough to serf her jarnrise'lhe sinld and djig hc-ia 1AJEST1C THEATRE 2 DAYS STARTING J. 1 O MONDAY MATINEE IJFCU "The Show You All Know" "VERSATILES" Third Consecutive Day in Lethbndgs the All-Star English Musical Comedy Company ___ THANKSGIVING MATINEE AND NIGHT "SCOTTIE IN JAPAN" SURE FIRE SONG TUESDAY NIQHT "THE CANADIAN EXPRESS' (By Popular Request) PRICES 23- 50. 75o and Matinee 26c and 50c Seats on sale at Kenny i Allin Drug Co. 20% the Season's Profits goes to the War Fond. related b- an exhibition of the tango as a masterpiece It is tnrougheut The duel'scene, wltin which tho action jfun_of of the piece culminates, with elaborate ceremony and politeness of our Gallic allies, is particularly inter- isting The plai may well be descMb nUled MONARCH THEATRE J. WARREN KERRIGAN IN The Bolted Door A 3 REEL VICTOR MASTERPIECE MISS MAY GORDON SOPRANO TONIGHT AND ALL NEXT WEEK 9 With a fine comedy sketch added, and musrfc bi the orchestra, the even- ing's entertainment mas one of tfco moat ifleaetng variety IN THE INTERESTS OF YOUR CHILDREN toorang o investment of the I.mds and the punctual payment of tho income. The TRUSTS and GUARANTEE Public Administrator and Official Anignte for tlw Judicial LETHBRIDGE MACLEOD CALGARY WETASKIWlrf iS> Elahth Avenui ;