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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE WORLD SERIES TOMORROW iBetting. News. From Bean City Greatly Favors Athletics Name Position Age ft.lu. Gather. .T. C., If.. CoereluKl, E., p.-.. Connolly, J., !f... Cdtlrell.jE., p. Crulcher, Ft. 1j., O.' A. jr., p. Deal, G. A., 3'6 Devory ;j., cf.. utility 5.11 C.Oi 6.07. 5.U S.OS fi.ll U, rf. (Jpwdy, H. H., c, Heis. O'.. n. Main, :J.-, of. W..M.1 -2i H. O-, of.. SchroHft-C- J., ft, Strand. -iP: Tyler, Q. A., 5.07 6.61 8.02 S.03. 5.D8 5.0F. Ibs 162 182 100 145 168 138 160 ".14? '180 .175 112 118 171 169 IBS 168 Boston, Mass, Oct.. ou the Athletics to win the world's series 'were more pronounced today than at any Umo since the Braves and Mack- men clinched tho pennants in their leagues. The injury to Smith vvna reflected in a odds, de- spite ManUBur StalllnBii' optimistic as- sertion that Dealj vyho Is to Smith's place, would prove an equal- ly good player.ou The odds 100 to 40, with the Macbnan Prior to SrnlUl'B injury the. betting was prin- cipally on tlie. basis of.'100 to 66 and 100 to fiO asked, with and th-en a bet of goodly proportions at 2. to J ofy thi Athletics. All who had Athletic offering -'J to 1, without vvhiifl was no am- ount of Boston money in sight, even at 10 to'V.' Many ireak bets are being A Boston, fan has placed; 11000 agiinBi i i tbsut will not win j tfour straight somes. The first of- the series starts at _ I Philadelphia -tomorrow. Who the jra 'will-be Is-problematical at FINAL GAMES Baker, T..F., 9b Barry, J. J.'.'as Bender, C. A. D Btiab, L. J p O61HEI, B. T.. Ill W-.i "-p. .B- 8 J W, c J." SJnrphy, 7 E, ef Oldrlm. B. N, ef Or, W J, K .Penaixjlr. H 7 p Pjank, B 8, p Sohaag, WjH., o ffliawkey, R. J, p Sjfeunk. A' A of Thomas; T. A., c. Walah, J. C. of. WyckofJ, i W, t> tn H.ln. 38 6.11 5.09 3.10 WASHINGTON, BEAT RED SOX Oct. woat-ll tol 4 in the final y gamft'ot Boasoa today tho fonper c-lteaw gain ug third p'oce in tlie lea pie s'snrfng tv tlio v ictnrj The v la t. 81 PI-EH GOT HIS Pa., Oct... their AMATEUR BOXING TOURNAMENT Open to All Amateur Boxers in Southern Alberta PKIZfiS: COPS m moms For Firsts and Seconds Amateur Boxing Rules to Strictly Prevail, (..'lean and Bouts Assured A 4 Million Dollar Mystery 10th Episode You must see of the strongest links in the chain of mystery I] TQPGHT ONLY Ibf. 175 S.09 6.00 S.ll Blil 6.66 185 12 173 185 170- ISO 170 148 160 184 172 final fame of the season, the Phliadel- nhia Uam line eiliibiteil the rorni cf 'he'r tunint, up eyhibi tlons for I world series, and defeat 7 efl New York by 10 to 0 Plah was hammereu hard. FEERAL 171 13 ltd 178 169 17o 174 CUBS BEAT WHITE 30X Oinow, 7 TAe Pitbsburg 3, Pittsourg i, MIUP, called 'BaUmnDre 4 (Sec in eighth, darkness) (Second Buflalo 4, HrooUrn 10 (Called in eighth, darkficss) ____ _ BROWNS WON SECOND' GAME OP 8T LOUIS SERIES St Oct 7-'Pitchers on both Sherman Theatre, Lethbridge Admission: Reserved seat tickets at Alexandra Hotel Cigar Stand until Monday, then at the theatre Bigger And Better Than The Last National League Hitters Found Braves' Star Twirlers Hard to Wallop Ihe Jlippv One ga-.c his warden the slip last nignt, snd took another hrodie into the "dope." Diipv Thought that bv into the records aga'jist the Boston team's big three pitchers he could get a line on the real-security of the Boavesf; 'J hurling It is generally believed that team. were hit hard in the second lca ue taltrag its game el the city serieB today, and I pltcnlBgj 1Sl par appioximateh fcne past three months revealed the following facts The twenty bent hiltert, in tie lea- of 338 7 INDIAJHAPO' 18 WON FED TITLE Indianapolis, T.d, Oct was his best today, and In- dianapolis wen from St Louis 1 to 0 and clinched tlie championship ______ hatted average against Bostoi'l big three James, supposed in he the Braves' hurler, vv as the tvv'otst, V tiding Burns and of the Giants, both .300, .250 and .US -asainst ihe Braves' trio. Doyle hit. 304. A7ios_of the Pirates slugged out a .333 average, hut Wagner hit .125 and Konry Herzo batted .272. .pinch main of excellence, Magee ot the Cards batted .257 against the Boston pitching, hut Miller hit 111 and Wilson record. ''Home. Run" Saier oi :the .Cubs could, do no than .263 against double SM-T'S the Indianapolis manager ari play ikt'lBHe rtiem tte rua, mhiir crs ar.d 3o9d, nerler's rtoioe mi Leaoh's OLD COUNTRY TOOTBALL nexted mere in nfli Lomltn, Oct 7 Tlie 'Bnslian Foot- wougii to wlh 0 __ bn and Bolten CicotU Md Sdwll 2 goals to 1 bail league boat the irish league hv 2 goaib 1 m an hater league game to dar I. iph, vvho was supposed to.be ot the ''cracking btaye several itmei, heliic the opposing big stickfrf to 'a 213 average. HIT 300 Onlv threfi iriesi f-f twenty, batr- Tvler Co., while Heine Zim, the troublemaker, hit ,156. Dalton. and Daufaert, two near- league''leaders, and .285, re- nt the big' spertivelv his per-1 Altogetfnei, it seems liiat ihe Bos ton pitchers' efficiency was certainly n 3. sclieduleii First I Hen W'andwers-defeated Brartfora ted at hurlers. vidual a 300 gait against these Some ot the summing mdi- LIE JQF FRANK LEROY CHANCE Wbai-Fraalf Okaaoe ttrows up tte'collcjc davi he made a hundrel doil- of trc New month or more from plavmg aspi 01 Ti-ith an 'amateur" team on Satur ,Hie end of this season, (jals iglS he was Jt ia 'T'tiethci or not I ]jT the Cubs, starting his big leeder" will COB-I leajup at a salary of a tlniM in h weaali as a yoir HP was irert as a and fortune in bais- outfielder for ,sevoral sears, hut vn tol' and'iewna ,to 4e satufied, but1 ib03 Ire TXUS out at first, and vlwtkiaf or wit Uie ilMuaod for man-! did so well that Alanagei Sflre Icpl of hia stamp will have an in-1 him in that position In 1105 Chance fluenoe bm -n ths gam-' succoedtd as manager' The Cub aid wanfe araTeB ofjmaclnne was thrai a picltj good out- SiSlcult toXArlirff take Frank long to It la tateitst to kaow aomithing get it running smoothlj and m pen- iiidut tU one'of thetase-JBRAt-w.rnmg form Nearlv everj ball landing a star who Btwids (v ear Chance's salarv vv (er-tte beat in the he iias getting flO.OOO a jear monllT "otberwiM Here is a, when nuif ihe Cubs to accept I 000 tor UJ-JBE-U. maVe .a ball team Lwo) "iSiwiicf, pilot ol the'out the Yanks fpi )f Yiitlr AnmdSais, ,tormer, Chance is but one of, scdr.es of big their ertfirmancfta are Magrr and Cravatti, the 'iOO and 125 _ all aot mane at the expense ot weak hitters. Remember this when you are told that the Philadelphia sluggers are going to drive them from the in October. Just recall to mind that the best 20 hitlers m the National league could t-ily hit a 226 gait ud vou will be saved some extravagant thoughts about What Baler i Co v.iil lio to the ball in the world's series. FINAL STANDINGS bt Louis Chicago NATIONAL W 'L 94 S4 TO 72 78 76 l iuladelphia Cincinnati 74 80 S3 CO 91 Pet 814 546 530 507 481 448 387 uniform he showed none of his old time slowness and at the bat hit the ball hard clip It is understood that McGraw is to he favored by the Cuba m a trade of some kind this win ter in return tor hia action in giving up I JO I RENDEZVOUS OF THE ELITE u SPECIAL TO-NIGHT Mr. L. L. Asq tilth, who has just, returned from England, will deliver, a short ad- dress on Impressions of London during the Crisis Including personal stories relat- ed to him by returned wounded. ALSO WEEKLY PATHE'S WitiUhe Latest War NEAL Treatment for Uflimr Habit gets quickly: at the root of the trouble, by eradlcaUhg .from tlie.-.sys tern all (races of-alcohoiic poisoning It operates quickly anfj .effectively and enables the patient to'return'home at the ond'of three days completely mac- ter of himself. The treatment con- sists of a purely vegetable compound, taken internally, and does not include hypodermic injections. It clears the brain, steadies the nerves and restores health arid vigor. The Neal Treat- ment for the Drug Habit is as effic- ient as the Treatment for the Liquor Habit. "Write for "A.- Little Journey To The Neal Institutee" by Elbert Hubbard. XEAL INSTITUTE 820 13th Ave' W Calgary. Phone W.4525. TONIGHT AT THF FMPRFSlSl i "The Call of the Tribe" The moat picture of FrontterDays erer produced. Universal Ike and The School Belle '_ Ike falle In love, and then oat again ui 01 Tha Mysterv ot the Cnlnew Pan solved by "HUNGER KNOWS NO Poverty deaperate .M18S LILLIAN The girl with tto mijnetl allty sines 'T Lore The Have you cver-hvard the Empretc-OrehestraT AMERICAN Philadelphia Boston" DetroiL- St Louis New v.ork 99 91 SI 80 71 70 70 leader" stars wno aavt-svatwM Wt airth-, hase'tall oareers along Pacific da-i 1Mb oE'Iast month, as The list inelhdes Mike Donlm, rdMBh ahow that waa been Chase, "Cactus'' Oravath, .a ,.ro ._ Frank "Chief" Meyers, Buck Weaveri "Ping" pdet of ihciBodie, Joe linker, ia I? Iljkfikv bat been a ckwrlnu downtrodden Yank hut hf to Wauw for tfor Xa polMm btiiaeH oouMn't have won without army Frank Chance the son of a Mt iwal bank ptendmt, Raiain Cltr, and it was eipected he wmiW HmuKler, With a per annum as man- of tne Chance la protaMr a> strong .finnnclallj' as he have Men hai hcatwk to Die BMW ylayfl' blc fltar Ml with a club In Pmano, and Jotned M u MlMrtnl aroimd that, in bis Tom Soaton, !l'Me" Daley, 'Vnan Duflv 'LeMs, Sam Agaew, MlKe Mitchell, Jimmy Wal- ter Kuhn, Bwger, Oeorfje Cut- ahaw, Chick tiandtl Jo'in Williams, Oscar leriy, "Dolly" Orav, Robert Oroom, Dob Harmon, Harry Hooper. Walter Johnson, Mike Mitohell, Orvit Over- all, (Moar Stallage, Harry'WoltSr and George'Stovsll. Not all o[ ttrtse ue nativeisont, but-all ol tbwi flared ball west of the RockT.lbattaiiia be- fore they the mum show, mil tbe list is by no mean! com-. plete 52j 464 155! 45'ii M4 FEDERAL Inaianapolis Ba.tiniore Buffalo Biooklvii Kansas Citv Hlltshurg St Louis 87 M 85 82 78 74 fl S? fij 84 (12 88 McQRAW'S FOOZLE Art lull, Former Showt Weil With Cub. The sale of Arthur ftuen to the Cubi wan a big surprise, as U thought Ornw had fhlnj the ternntlunal anether trhl wan with Oiir-tn tiro yeara kul KM'a little loo alow. In a Cue If you want a clinking drink that will give you fecl- inf of delightful fi-Mhnui and Tifor, try a Oingtr AU and Wolfe's Schnapps f MUMM din) r W f It la n th. p.1.1. aa the moat dtHc.it cocktail, in stimulating th. viuU organa to htalthy activity. 'DOLLIE OF THE DAILIES" AT THE EMPRESS The shown at_.the .Leth- bridge- popular playhouse scored a decided hit with the patrons of the Bropress theatre The manage- ment some time ago promised the peo nothing but the best, and if yes :erdey and todaj's programme can be :aken as an example they have more than kept their word "The Call of .the is. a. two-reel feature, and Is a storv of love, it deals with an educated-Indian, one who.hag attained a degree of, doctor and his lore for the daughter of his pale, face benefactor On the death of the chief of his tribe. Iris people implore him to (O home and to be Chief He re the Indiana send the beautiful daughter of the dead chief after him The love of kind proves strongei than his passion for his pale- face friend, and he goes home itr- the of the Dailies' prov ed a real thriller, and'.for. today the. photo film Universal Ike and the School Bible' will be shown This is a scream from scream ville Mist Lillian Sonsfebv, the g.rl that put the "Ing" in sing, will sing love the Hear her in this song and vou will love them, too TIWTH EPISODE TODAY The tenth episode of "The Jlllhon Dollar Mvslery" is being offered for the lait time tonight at Starland A WAR PROGRAMME interest featurea of the great world ar were told the last nljtlit by U Aaqnlth. Hit eiperl- enceB on the military training ground and In the military-hospital add IwwHial towsh homo to ua la a way Cold punt couu never do, tbe fact "that the Bnulre la really at war Coming after .Patbe'a Weekly, which ihowi actual In-thi war tone, Mr. Annulth'a lalk on tbe war fllli out a protramme that nhould appeal to wrery BrUlaber.', II li'at iialcjuo u MAJESTIC THEATRE "TCfl 2 DAYS STARTING MONDAY MATINEE "The Show You All Know" 12 "VERSATILES" Third Connective ThoBlcagiTina: Bar tn LetnbrfeWdf'lbei English .Musical Comedy Oo'mpany i jif AND NIGHT "SCOTTIE IN JAPAN" FIRE SONG TUESDAY NIGHT "THE CANADIAN EXPRESS' CBy Popular Request) PRICES: 25, 58, 75c and Matinee 25c and 30ci Seat> on tale at Kenny t, Allin Drug Co. 20% of the Season's Profits to the .War Fund. GOOD REFEREE SECURED Tbeie will be a highlj competent third man In tho ring at the coxing bouts Thanksgivint evenjne W W. Little of Macleod has agreed to re- feree. "Bill" Little is an" Void-timer" round these parts, and is known all over the country as a man who delivers the goods at whatever he sets hia hand' He has piomoted all Iliads of boxlns bouts, handled uromment pugilists and refereed more matches than an) man in the west He knons the game from A to z, an' is aa much at home In the ring aa he riding In the sad die. ana he was almost bora in one The promoters are elated at the sue cess of efforts to secure 'Bill" Little as referee JL number of the boys had a good work out last night In.the sample They will er again tomorrow nltnt. The tickets are now on at Alexander Cigar stand.. O t- .'.4.- ;