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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 19M TO-NIGHT A Strong Link In Chain "of Myttery 2 MILLION DOLLAR Alao Other Big Features Players of Evers and Collins Calibre Sure to Start Something New-Scramble for Seats for Big Game Commences New York', N.Y. Oct, the com- ihave just been.through their first real ing series of the world's baseball test in the; poiiii.nt race which closes championship, the Infields of the Bos- ton r Nationals and the Philadelphia Athletics are expected to contrnmte many sensational... pluys both of Blrely and defensively- during the struggle for premier dianiond honors. ID fact, it would prove most extraor- dinary if the reverse should be the case since combinations which include players of the type of Johnny Kvers, Eddie Collins, "pabbit" JIarmville, "Stuffy" Mclnnis, "Home-Run" Baker and Heine Schmidt, -execute thrilling catclie.s; throivs' and stops in every game of. tlie present sohedule. A com- parison of the two; infields shows that, tooth the American' and National lea- gue championships clubs have classy jilayera stretched' around the base- lines tBat.are'cutting; off runs. Back of the plate; where more games have-been won'and lost than almost anywhere else, 'Connie. Mack's Ath- letics- will have advantage over Boston's newJy-nin'l'j in the coming combat for the Tjig flag. The superiority will be most .lharked in the 'matter of experience under fire. Scha'ng and Lapp, of the.twice world's champions, already have stood the test of tho big doings with great cre- dit to themselves, and there will be no danger of stage: fright on their part: Gowdy and Whaling of the Braves today. They have yet to stand out there with the eyes of the whole world focussed on them" and with a lot of coin depending on what kind of a ball they may call for each time they bend their knees in the familiar squat. Rush for Tickets Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. tho public sale of world's series base- ball tickets does not begin until 9 o'- cfock tomorrow morning, a line of prospective inn-chasers half a block long had taken up their places early tonight in the" department store where -will'be. placed on sale. One enterprising chap camped on a Goapbox at the "head'of the line at 7 o'clock this for a 50-liour wait. He is Joseph Banks of.Camden, N.J., and says he and his brother, by taking turns in-holding the coveted place, hope to secure tbe first tickets disposed of. They are for his father, who, he said, had not missed a cham- pionship series for many years. Several uf the men and hoys-in line did not hesitate to say.that they-would dispose of their places if they- received a fair MSny' the 'waiting line had come prepared to spend the night, as was evidenced by tbe lunch boxes and cushions, they carried. Crowds of onlookers. surrounded the line and a detail of police .was on keep order. L. Charles sou of the thippewa ftill nndoubted'y IJG called Upon b> Connie MacK for sen ice in the first tame of the worlds series the Boston Braves Bender is. tlie man .Mack declares has never failed him m i pinch Bender the man MacK haa aeeu October fl. Bender will be used in that game. Saturday Plank will be just about ready, nitd. on Monday Bender will be'in shape tq go back against Staliings' men. in a pitching senso, the Braves will have advantage over the Athletics, in' that.'they will-have three depend- able men-in-JameS, .RudolpLi and Ty "CHIEF" BENDER, INDIAN PITCHED OF CHAMPION ATHLETICS BOSTON MAYOR TO LEAD ROOTERS DANNY DUNLOP Th-e Blairmore boxer, who is going to appear in the Thanksgiving Day ama- teur boxing tournament at the Sher- man Theatre. >He won out in the wel- terweight class herb last Labor Day. He has plenty of speed and strength to go with it. Ronnie McDonald of Commerce will be one of his oppo- i nent's again The special 140-pound class at the Thanksgiving Day boxing tournament will see two star performers in the ring seeking the honors in their're- spective Lush of lo- cal fame, and "Red" Morgan, the cow- boy from Coalhurst. -Morgan got the decision over Lush in the last tourney after three fast, even rounds. Lush lost out because he failed to come to the scratch for extra time. His phy- iical condition was responsible for this. He was not up to the mark then, hut that will Vhot. be the case on Both men are training hard for the bouts. There may-be others In their class, too. Many Bantams At least four bouts in the bantam ilass will be necessary to decide tlie inner and thej are bound to be fast and clever goes Here ale the bojs Norman; Wilf. Murray M. Sadowaki. Bunch of Feathers The featherweight division is well filled, and, in faui, will be a little tour- ney all in lads comefto the scratch. -Here-iis the line-up: G, Par- ions. J. McGuiness, Roy Inman, Shorty Munroe A. Stafford, A. Adams, R. Mc- lollough. Can these boys go? Well, there's going to something of an eye-opener for the spectators when :hese boxers mix it. Three Lightweights The lightweight-class Is not so well in numbers, but en- .rants in this division are real classy; There are but three contestants so far entered Thev ire Uir1 Weltu, J Woods and The Big Show The 'welterweight class is looked up- on to furnish the tit-bit of the evening, for this is the 'weight that Danny Dun- op ind McDonald will be en for These fierv miners will be n tho nirik of condition, and are bound (to make it interesting for one another other boys lie entered m their class: R. Hearne and .T.Davis Only WlcCormack So Far The heavyweight ..performers are conspicuous -by their absence. Only F McCormack is entered so far but the piomoters are not despairing 1 0 Silk 2 Ladies pony G Rale 1 Miss M Sproed Start and saddle P. Mur- phj 1 1 2 Slow race, horses .and Ad- ams, 1. 100 yards' dash '.for' Me- Cabe 1 O Meisser 2 Second Da' Farmers' free-for-all, pace or trot, (jucrter-mile, 2 Yaggy, Fred McNesly, 2. Free-for-all, trot or pace, quarter- mile 2 L Stephenson 1 2, riot run off, between A: Misensol and W Eittorf Men's-100 yards' Foley 1 P Is." Moreland 2 F Clark 3 running race-r-Miss G. Hale, 1 Fee-for-all running Kinsey, 1 p.nd 2 Potato race (horseback A. Warrrn, 1 J Shaffer, 2 R Hulit 3 Fat man's race (feature of after- Also Tan: C. Silk P Madge J C Paterson, J S Milhaem A KOSS Free Treatment Piles New York, Oct. York and Philadelphia wound up the National league season today by dividing a doubts header. The ex.champions eas- ily won- the first game hy a score of 5 to 1, while the visitors took the seconds to 0. AIcGraw used all his youngsters in "the .second, when Phil- adelpliia had no trouble piling up runs. The scores First Philadelphia....................'. 143 New York........................ 5 10 1 Mayer and Dooin and B. Burns O'Toole, Hitter ami Smith. Second (7 Philadelphia New York........................ Bauingardner and Killifer son, Uuenke anil Johnson. 8 10 1 078 ftrick- AMERICAN York Philadelphia 1 Cole and Schwert Bender Plank, Wvckoff and Lapp. Boston 8 Shaw, Ilarner and .Henry F and Thomrs FEDERAL ITltia 1 Chicago 0 Kansas-City 5, Chicago 3. St. Louis -1, Indianapolis 7. Pittsburg 1, Ualtimqre 11. I'ittsburg 1, Baltimore 1, Buffalo 3, Brooklyn 1. ST. LOUIS CITY SERIES St. .Louis Americans 2. St. Louis Nationals 1 5 2 ii 5 and MAJESTIC THEATRE Oct. 12 2 DAYS STARTING MONDAY MATINEE "The Show You All Know" "VERSATILES" Third Consecutive Thanksgiving Day In iJethhridge ot the All-Star English Musical Comedy Company THANKSGIVING MATINEE AND NIGHT "SCOTTIE IN JAPAN" FIRE SONG TUESDAY NIGHT "THE CANADIAN EXPRESS' (By Popular Request) PRICES: 25, 50, 75c and 25c and 50o. Seats on sale at Kenny AHtn Drug Co. r 20% of the Season's Profits goes to the War Fund. 'MILLION DOLLAR MYSTERY" TONIGHT Starland Showing Tenth Episode of Mystery Story Tonight The following is a short: synopsis "of the "tenth .episode of "The Million Dollar- which is being offer- ed as one of the beadliners an all i feature programme at. the popular Starland theatre tonight. Episode No. conspirators believe Florence drown- ed. Their next move is to dispose of Norton. Lacking keenness, through misery, be is cunningly lured to an old tenement, is hammered Into insensibility, robbed, bound and beat- en. He awaltes far out at: sea, on an old tramp Flor- ence daringly rescues a man drowning in the surf. .''He proves tc be one of the conspirators. Discoverer! Braine acts himself. He recaptures her, car- ries her un board a palatial yacht. -Fire at "To the The yacht's survivors rescued by tramp freighter. Fate brings Florence and Norton to- gether, and love fearlessly plans a miraculous escape from their enemies NATIONAL Boston New York St. Louis Chicago BrooMj n Phihdelphid Pittsburg Cincinnati W. L. Pet 94 59 81 70 81 72 614 ZARA CLINTON MUCH PHOTOGRAPHED Miss Zara Clinton, the charming comedienne of the London- "Versa- tiles" musical cqmpany, is probably one: of the most .photograph- Philadelphia Boston; Washington Detroit St. Louis n ork Chicago Cleveland eu women of the 'For 530 I eral seasons her pictures e been a 78 76 a07 feature ot the English magazines, and 79 487 'after her toui of Canada with the com 80 481 last season the demands of her u'j 448 manager for new to supplj the 60 91 3871 Canadian publishers has Kent her ________________________nusj July number of the De AMERICAN Luxe tlle societj and art snagayine of the w est used her newest Pierroette photo on the outside Miss Clm ton is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful wome l on th" English or Ca L Pet 18 53 91 61 80 73 SO 73 71 83 83 70 84 51 112 523 1H 118 151! 334 HAMILTON WINS FROM TORONTO Toronto Ont Oct R C defeated Toronto-Argonauts, 22 to 17 in an exhibition rugD> game here Saturday Hamilton Ic- ;al players practically throughout the Same. sample treatment of Pyramid frw for i Mail this Coupon f jotttfH- mmrmamitf h yoar full and on tip of paper, and Mmple tier FREE, in plain wrapper.! Four Catchers Will Undertake The Receiving New York, N.Y.; all like- lihood onlj four mnn be called upon to work- at the receiving end ot the batteries tfurlng: the .coming world's championship series between the Philade'phia Vthlettcs and BOB Jton Brakes Each club undoubt i ediy denend upon the two catchers nvho have gHen such a good account .of themselves through the sea- son They will take an Important part laMhe struggle, for as spou as a catcher-dons the.mitt ant) mask of his calling in a contest he assumes an im niense amount of responsibility', in fact, there is. no how many ot the are directed from behind the plate In addition to exchanging signals with the pitcher as to weak ness or strength of the batters, he haa to be a quick thinker, keen sighted, al ways ulert and invariably accurate in catch base- pilfetenl .nadian stage, and her cliarming per- sonalltj and technical art combine to make'her the delightful artiste that she is Miss Clinton will be the featured member of "Scottle in Japan" and The Canadian Express -nil! be given at the Illjestic Theatre on. Thanksgiving Day and on Tuesdav Scottie in Tipan will be given at both shows Monday 'DOLLY OF THE DAILIES'f AT THE EMPRESS TONIGHT What will .undoubtedly prove oneipf the most interesting programmes, ever sten here will he shown at tlie Em press Theatre todav and tomorrow The Call of the Tribe a two reel storj of frontier daj s, is the feature of the programme This picture Was taken in the of Nevada, and there ire Indians used in the pro- duction of this The fifth releise ot 'Dollv of the Dailies entitle 1 The Chinese Fan is also shown In this Dollv, a mvstlc pin, an opium oen, a heiress and a fire supply the material A Message the is a film full of spell binding, rtiamatic real tlulller Hunger Knows Lrn and 'He Never Found Out are on tbe same programme the former depicting the law of and proving tbe old adage that Rijht is miglu the latter is a jLubln laugh producer Nuff spd Lillian Sonstebj the ui.cen of ragtime songsters made her Initial ap pearance before a Lethtfrldge audl enee at tlilb popular playhouse Mon dav Mlsa Snnstpliv her in such a charming mariner that she seems to make evcrj nervt- in your bodv tingle with Joj and life. BIJOIT RENDEZVOUS I OF THE SPECIAL TO-NIGHT Mr L L Asquitli, who lias ]ust returned fioni England, will deliver a slioit ad- dress on Impressions of London during the Crisis Including, peraonal stories ed to him by returned Vounfiefl. ALSO WEEKLY PATHE'S With the Latest War Scenes the E'mpress and hear the latest pop- ular songs suns, in the Sonsteby waj And Tack told me last night that I look- ed sweet enough to kUa And ivhat did you sa> I told him that was the wav I in- tended to look Transcript The NEAL Treatment hat, restored tmny a tail mg busmes" and nroilglit peace 'o many a home by giving back mental vigor and bodily health to thouBands ot business men who had unconscious- ly become slaves to the L.quor Habit Thii Treatment is purely medicinal; Compounded ot vcgetab'p remedies o hypodeiTul iniect'ons are used At the end of three days 'he patient leaves the institute, iven' trace of alcoholism and all craving toi liquor lias been eliminated from the We will willingly refund the money If the patient is not per fectly satisfied on leaving the Insti- tute The Neal Treatment ior tho Drug Habit is equally as efficient Write for A Little Journey To Neal Institutes' by Elbert HuWant IvE <-IJ INSTITUTE- ;