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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1914 THE LETH.fcniDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE CROWDS! CROWDS! Promptly at nine Saturday the doors were flung open, and the ingress of enthusiastic bargain seekers flooded every aisle. All day long the buying was fast and and to those that we were unable to wait upon we owe our apology I No wonder the people who read MacLeod's advertisement responded with such spontane- ous alacrity, for they know that advertisements are truthful to the letter Great Bargains For The Entire Week. Come in and Buy Your Winter Clothes Now At Less Than Cost Opportunity is Knocking Meet LUKE MacLUKE at MacLEOD BROS. The Great Clothiers of the Great West Before the close oi ttc present week the pennant -winning clubs o! 4110 Am- erican and National leagues will meet In the opening games of the world.s championship struggle o 1914 The Philadelphia Athletics play the Bos- ton Braves at Boiton Friday and Saturday m the first; games oi the "TWENTY-THIRD TIME This will be the twenty-third series for premier baseball tenors, Thirtv veais have elapsed smca the initial battle for the world's championship of the baseball diamond was won the Providence, R I Grais, champions, of the National Lcaeuc m 1884 when they took three straight games from the Metropo.itans, me standard bearers of the old American Association of that year To date twenty-two world's championships have been decided, unavoidable lapses ,havimj occurred in eight o( tho in- tervening seasons, the years in which there were no competitions for the title being 1891, 1898 to 1902, inclusive, and 1901 nJTom 1884 to 1890 the contests, were between the winning teams of the National League and American Association and from 1811 to 1897 the Temple Cup series kept the an nual contest confined to clubs m the National League Then there came a lapse of five years until 1103, the post-season the Boston American pennant win- ners'inet and defeated the Pittsburg champions of the National League. The championship of 1904 (went by "de- fault to the Boston Americans, as the New York IMationzl League club refused to allow its pennant winners to tne American League chain During the winter months of'1901 S (the two major leagues .oamo to an uidarstaniilng ana National Com- mission assumed control of the cham- scries making it compulsorj the pennant winnint'clubs to have their teams annually in a sevon- eame series, the winners of four of 'these games to toceivo the champion- ship pnrnant and each member o' the Winning to be presented with a suitably inscribed gold button govettimg .the disbursement of the eate betwwn the olavcra, 'club owners and the National Com- mission were adopted, and everything lo the most miniito detail be ng ar- ranged satisfactorily, tho champiotj- series was established on a 'id MSB, and since 1903, tho post KialOT sltusigles for the flag have been Iplajcd regularly attracting InieresC'carh succeeding year In IWi the New York .Nationals tiir Vthletirs of Philadelphia, lour games to one, under the new conditions., and the lug 5 ear rival Chicago clubs had the issue be- tween them, the title going to Chicago Americans four games two. Chicago and Detroit [ought AUTOS' TO COLLINS ANP'-EVERS Voted Winners of 1914 Detroit Trophy 111, Oct 3 Collins of tlic Philadelphia club of the league and John EverVof the Boston team-'of the "to-1 day were declared winnerb of the 1914 by a Detroit manufacturer -to the plai ers services were the most valuable to ie clubs Each will re- ceive an automobile as. apprize ae a result of-the .competition. The vote of the trophv com mission was hereto- day, with the result that Col 1ms rcvelyed 63 o.it of a pos- c.bla U4 noints, while Eh ers re ceived 50 out of a possible 64 points out'in 1907 and 1908, the Chicago Nationals, defeating their Anwncan Leaine opponents irorn Detroit both The following vear the Pilte- omgh Nationals forced the Detroit Americans to experience defeat for a successive time In 1910 the Uhletics of Philadelphia won the- scrics from the Chicago Nationals four games to one, in 1911 Con me Mack of wiped out the defeat of 1906 by successfully de- fending the title and boating the New four games to two A jear later the York Nationals succumbed to the Boston Red Sox of the American League, and last year the Athletics brouflht the world's, scries flag to Philadelphia lor a third term by. scoring a decisive vun ovel AlcG-raw's New York Gi- ants foui games' to one ELEVEN PHOUD CITIES Since it was tot won bv the Pro- vidence team, the ship emblem has flown over flag-poleb on pUving grounds in eleven cities, biluated in ten different states Neu York has had the custody of tne an- The medal winners in the amateur e1; pennant four times, fchiough thej bovmg touinainent here last Labor ellorte of the Kational League Clab's Dai mai go to h Lwart, the Dialers, and Chicago_held the honor jeweller, and rcieivr thLir prizes ine for a similar number 01 jears, hut New 'vork (.V LI. Cleveland (N L Baltimoie (NT I, Ualtmioie (iN L Boston (A L 1 Now 'i.ork UN L Chicago (A. Chicago L Chicago (Pi L Pittlb'irg L Phllailelpliia V. L Philadelphia L Boston (A L Philadelphia v L WITH AMATEUR BOXERS tne tredit for inning between the National it was divided ociu een imd AnnTicin Lcajue the former hav ing cap tured it three times, and the fllulc Sov once Three times'.has it Poated over Boston parUs, its first vis.it there hemg credited to the National League club of 1892, white in and 1913 the American League ictH custodian The Philadelphia Ath- letics, who mre have possession o! the pennantcfor a third term, hope to keep it for at, least another jcai Way back in the flag found its way thp Mississippi river for one season when It wai unfurled lit St Louis, ,aml m addition to floating for the HfSt.vcar at Provi dcncc the championship banner has fluttered for.a Ite- ttoit, Louisvills, Clevelaml and Bitls- The winners of tlw world's cllam- pionship since 1881 are as" (N L 1881-Chleago (N.L 1860-S1 L6uis (A 1888-New YorK (N L) t 1889-Ncw Yotk (N.L) (N L meJals anived from the cast this morning and the engraver was. at 'work on them this afternoon ;The winners, of ine hrst medals A Nor- man, Gco Paisons, Urlian Parr, -I Morgan, D Dlinlop, V McColmack The winners of the second medalb A J Cnaplin, )oe JIcGumness, Earl Welch, Lush, Honnic Mcuohald, J, L Outside vvmneis will have their medals, sent to them bv registered mail The line-up of talent for the Tnaiitsgiv ing dav tournament will be announced in a dav or two A bunch uf good1 boxers luve s'ignod for the bouts Monday's, Wedneidavs and Fridays are the training Vignts for the bbys iei.o care to take advantage of "the training quarters provided bv the promoters the Accadc at 7 30 tonight The crovfd that.proihiscs to attend tie bouts Thanksgiving mght will 'surpass the Katior Daj attend- ance The advance sale of tickets will be put on at the Cigar HOFPE DEFEATS INMAN IN FIRST OF SERIES FOR BILLIARD CHAMPIONSHIP New-York, Oct. Hoppe-of this ,city, champion balkline billiard player of che world, won the international combination English and balk-line mauai ioifigTritrneafcing Mel- bourne luman of Twickenham, Eng- land, .by a total score of 4285 points to 3_703. The.match consisted of Jive 600- point games at the :Englisa style, and six 500-iioini sessions of 18.2 balkline. Each man scored 3000 at his own stylo hut Hoppe proved more ex- .pert in playing tlie game that .was for- eign to him than Inman n'as at balk- line Hoppe, in the live English games, scored 1285- points, .while In- man made only 703 in SIX balkline contests. Each'showed during the week here that he was worthy the world s title at his own game. The match just ended of a series of five, which wilUbe continued at Chicago and three Canadian cities within the next five weeks.- Score summary At English Billiards Inniau September 28 002 September 30 601 September 20 dOo October bOt October 2.....i COO Total.........3000 At. Balkline Jnnian September >S 107 September .29 188 October 1 .05 October 1 56 Octobei 3 119 October .i Hoppe 301 301 320 148 212 Total Grand .total 614 3703 Hoppe 500 500'. 500 500 500 500 3000 4255 GREAT DIFFERENCE BETWEEN TWO STYLES OF BILLIARDS The Inraon-Hoppe matches are won derfuW: interesting: -showing the last difference in the game of Ens hsh billiards and the legulation game ot billiards Hoppe Is more than 3 to 1 Inman's superior at the gama with the Urge bails on the smaller table, hut reversing to the big table and the small Inman is almost twice superior, For the benefit of thosfl'Who do not the dif- ference tn Wio two games, it may be said tint balk line game is "played on'a tOiff table, 2% incb ivory tHa Fngljah same is played orfilSvS pocket billiard table, with Mis, and- combines poc ket blUlaite wall cardan, CHICAGO TITLE SERIES Chicago, III, Oct first game in the annual cltv lerles between the Chicago'White Sox and Cuba will be placed on Wedneidav, October 7, at the of i the, American club on the South it was decided yeaterdav. The club which Is the first to win four gomes will declared the city champion! FLORENCE LAWRENCE And MATT MOORE The Great Two Reel Thriller COUNTERFEITERS NATIONAL SAILRD'VY Boston t, Xew York 1 New York 1, Boston 0 Chicago 4., St Louis 1 St. Louis 2, .Chicago 0. lirooUjn 3, Philadelphia 2. Brookljn 5, Philadelphia 4. Pittsburg 1, Cincinnati 0 SUND VY GAMES Cincinnati 5, Pittsburg Pittsburg 11, Cincinnati 1 St I.ouis I, Chicago 3. Chicago 1, Louis, 3 FEDIERAL SATURDAY. GAMES New York 3, Boston 2 Washington 7, Philadelphia 3. -id 5 St Louis' 7, Chicago 1 bt Louis 1, Chicago 0 "SUNDAY GAMES St Louis, 1 Detroit 11, Cleveland 6 FEDERAL' SATUHDAY QAJiriR Indianapolis Kansas Cltv 2. Pittsburg 2, Bultdlo 1. Baltimoie '4, Brookljn 3 SUNDVY OAMBR Indianapolis li, Kans.is, Cits 5 Indianapolis 4, Kansas Cit) 0 St Louis 1, Chicago 0. SAYS OLYMPIAD OUGHT TO BE DISCONTINUED Arthur Duffcv Sees a Lack of Com- petition for u S Washington D r OU 3. Regard- ng the holding of the 1916 Olympic games scheduled for. Berlin In 1916, Arthur DuHoy, the well-known ath'ietic authority. saysV'WHh all this talk about where the next Olympic's will be held, it has everjhodj stonally, I wouldn't' be, surprised it Ami ftell I to (HMtpoae sucn contests Indefinitely 'ot what good would a set of Oljmpic there weic lib at if UilmEuropean urar Continues committee would Tonight and Tomorrow Night THE EMPRESS A Million Bid Vltagraph All Star Masterpiece In Five Reels An Absolutely Wonderful Scenic Production Sensatibnal Shipwreck On the Same Programme, One Thousand Feet of Laughs, Just to Drive Dull Care Away. SPECIAL ATTRACTION MISS LILLIAN Straight Fropi New YorfcT- Some Girl. LEAGUE SIA11 NATIONALS Boston W L Pet St. Louis Jhicago Brooklyn Philadelphia Pittsburg Cincinnati 91 38 82 89 81 71 .504 74 76 73 78 68 84 59 W 493 .183 447 389 AMERICAN Philadelphia Bostcn Washington Detroit St. Louis Kew York Chicago Cleveland W 87 10 79 80 71 83 09 82 70 81 51 102 L Pet 53 bB2 CO' 72 73 .600 Sli 578 161 .457 331 games bo with Great Britain, France, Germanv and some other continental countries unable lo 'send [heir full strength If Uncle Sam cannot uicot the world In such a set of games have niiy sucb meet at no I RENDEZVOUS 'OF THE ELITE1 TO-NIGHT Home-Run Baker's Double 2 PART BASEBALL STORY FEATURING HOME-RUN BAKER OF CONNIE MACK'S" 2-Comedy SciWnw-2 ;