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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 10, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta .. J-'-^-' l^AGE SIX THB LETHBKIDGE DAILT HERALD SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1914 Oe PHILADE Deal Doubled in Ninth, Stole Third and was Hit in by Mann-Score 1 to 0--James and Plank Twirled Great Game BQSIJ nr 0 000 001 - 1 ? 1 ptmicoo 000 000 - 0 2 1 BATTERIES : James and Gowdy ; Plank and Schang, BOSTON ATHLETICS Mann, rf. Murphi', r.f Evers, 2d b. Oldrinci, If. Csther, If. Collins, 2b Whltted, cf. B=ker, 3b Schmidt, lb. Mclnnes, 1b Gowdy, c. Strunk. cf. Deal, Sb. BaPry, ES. Maranvllls, as. Scharg, c. James, p. Plsnk, p. between the bases, but Schang's throw n-as a little wide so that Mc-Innis was not in position to throw to second before Deal got there. Schang threw wild to catch Deal oft second, but Barry skived him an" error with a high jumping catch. James fanned. No runs, no hits, no errors. ATHLETICS - Boston outfielders played out against tihe Icnce for Baker, but he only fouled to Sohmidt. followed by h!� steal of third and j James worked a fast one and a quick iL.---.. I___^..-t,* I- n�.��,.. '*'^'''i^'iE spittor on the Athletics. Mc- Manne elngle, brought in Bo.ton  innis fanned. Strunk also struck out. pun. James was given a cheer wrhen he A; PITCHERS' BA The Box Score The box score :- AB. R. H.PO.A.E. BOSTON ...... 5 0 Mann, rf...... Bvers, 2b..... Gather, If..... mittod, cf. ... Schmidt, lb. . Gowdy, o..... Maranville, is. Deal, 3b...... James, p..... Total ............ 33 1 7 27 14 1 AB. n. H.PO.A.E. PHILADELPHIA 0 0 2 1 13 8 2 2 0 Shiba Pork, Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. 10.-^The Boston National League champions, won the second game of the World's ssHes today, by beating the Philadelphia Athletics, 1 to 0. It was a gruelling fight to the finish end Boston did not put their run over until the ninth inning. A double by Deal, substituting for Smith at third, THE COMMERCE MINER The Athletics threatened In the ninth inning, with a man on first and second with only one out, but a double pisy ended it. James' pitching was simply baffling, went to the bench. No runs, no bits, no errors. THIRD INNING BRAVES-Barry threw out Mann, it v.as a slow roller and Barry oaly ; got the ball after a hard run. His ! snap throw had beat Mann only a few feet. Evers singled to centre after having two strikes called on him. the Athletics being helpless before his his second hit Evers was al- most picked off at first base by speed and fast-breaking spitters. Schang but Mclnais drop�>cd the ball. � 1 Gather out on a Uy to Ba'.ier. Evexs Murphy, rf. . (~;liirmg. If. ., Collins, 2b. .. Baker, 3b. ... Mclnnis, lb. Strimk, cf. . Barry, ss. ... Schang, o. ... Plank, p...... Walsh ...... Totals 2/i 0 2 27 14 1 "Batted tor Plan!; iu the ninth. Summary-Two-bnsc hits, Schang, Deal. Sacrifico hit?, Maranville. Stol-.:'en bases, Ueal 2. Barry. Double GUNBOAT n BEATEN Kew York, OoL t^Battllng L�t1ii-Bky of this dty outpointed and outfought Ounboat Smith of California In a ten-round bout here tonight. L�-vlnsky weighed 172%; Smith ws 10 pounds heavier. Smith did all the leading in the first four rounds, in eaob of which he had a fair margin. The fifth round was even, but from the sixth on Levlnsky had It all his own way. BOSTON THERE BEFORE Have Had a Cut at the World's Series Twice Before �While PhlladolpliiR has enjoyed a bijr sUco o� the honors which accompany the right to be a contender for the world's baseball champioiship, Boston has not been wanting for a sharo in the glories of the annual championship series. This- series marks the fifth time that Philadelphia has entered such a struggle, and It 'will be the third for Boston. Had the New York liant. After the game the Boston rooters led by President Gaffney of the Boston club, Captain Johnny Evers, and former Mayor Fitxgeraid of Boston, paraded around the field, while the band played the Boston battle song, "Tessie."' The clubs leave for Boston tonight The World's series now stands: Boston Nationals, 2; Philadelphia Athletics, 0. FIRST INNINQ BRAA'ES-Plank's first ATHLETICS-Barry (lied out to Gather. Schang also flied out to Gather, who took the ball over near tho line. The crowd gave the veteran Eddie Plank a big hand when he came t-o the plate. Plank went out on three strikes. No runs, no hits, no errors. FOURTH INNING BRAVES-Wliitted out op a fly to Stnmk. Schmidt smashed a single to right field after the count on hira i was three and two. Gowdy out on a I fly to Murphy. Maranvilh sent a single to right, Schmidt going to sec-, ond. Barry made a wonderful stop cf 1 Deal's high bounder and touched sjc- Plank G. Passed balls, Schang. Time. 1:56. Umpires, At plate, Hil-debrand ; at bases, Hyron ; left field, Klera ; right field, Dinccu. m eO! FOE THE BOXIHG IOyP.?!Alfi , Everything has been shaping iip in ond, forcing Maranville The blow ^ ^'^'^'^^''^'^^ ^*>'^^ amateur box- was almost a sure hit on which ''iS at the Sherman the- Schraidt certainly could have scored atre Monday evening. Outside a few BK-Avn-s-fianKS nrsi serve was easily. No runs, two hits, no errors entrants suiicnng from slight a ball, the curve breaking wide of the ATHLETICS-Jamcs took Mur- '^?^'^''' 'f'''''^'- sow thumbs, plate. The next one came over for a phv's weak roUer and threw him out .T''^ received m traming they are m Dr. Mason has been retained to pass upon the physical fitness of the default. strike. Maun out, Collins to Mclnnis. Oldring could not fathom James Collins took the ball back on the speed and struck out. Maranville grass and made a fast play on the. threw out Collins at first. James' runner. Evers scratched an infield pitching was gilt-eaged. He had not ent7ant's'"for"~the' cuntcsts and will single which Plank could not get in allowed a hit in the first four in- jje at the theatre at 7 o'clock Mon-time to make the throw to first, nines and had sent the .-Vthletic hat-j day ni^ht ready to* cxaniinr the toys Gather fanned on three pitched balls, ters back to the bench in one, two, i before "the bouts or thcv may call Vfhitted*walked. Plank making a kick three order. No runs, no hits, no er- upon him at his* ollicc in the Sher-when Hildehracd called the last ball. rors. lock Block in the meantime. , FIFTH INNING --------- BR.WES-James beat up the air and struck out. Mann shot a hot No Schmidt flied out to Strunk. runs, one hit, no errors. ATHLETICS-Big James sent up an inshoot waifh was too lov.'. His second one v>-as a strike. Murphy walked. Jan-es got himself in a hole on the batter hv trving to keep the ^lann. No runs, one hit, no errors, ball on the coraers. Murphy was out' ATHLETICS-Baker flied out to when James threw widely to Schmidt' ^^'hitted. wlio quickly recovered the ball and THE MAIN SPOKES Tlte officials hav? bean appointed as follows : Master of ceremonies, B. B. single over second. Evers flied out to McCarty ; Referee,, \V. \V. Tuttle, Strunk. Barry took Gather's ground- Macleod ; Judges, Alf. Hoz.elton, Urn. er and tossed to Collins, forcing i Howes ; Timekeeper, Ghas. McLen- ' nan  Supervisor of bouts, Tom Lush. " - 8 ronnie McDonald Entered for the v/eltcrweiG),L cUss (145 pounds) at the amateur boxing tournament here cn Thsnksgiving night. He lest to Danny Duniop, the Blairmor-s palntir, on a fou', bsforc. threw'to Maranville who touched out Murphy. Olfiring out, Deal to Schmidt. Deal also threw out Collins. No rims, no hits, no errors. SECOND inning BR.WES-Gowdy was given a hi', hand v.hen he cam'e to bat. Plank foolfd him on the first one with a slov.- curve. Gowdy walked, Plank being unable to- control bis wide curves. The Boston's had hit speed yesterday 2!;d Pip-nk was now feeding them ,on curvES. .Maranville sacrificed. Baker Mclnnis fanned for the second time. Strunk struck out for the second time. No runs, no hits, no errors. SIXTH INNING BR.\^ E3-Wlittted pupped out io Collins. Schmidt threw his shoulder ; Supervisor of bouts, BE THKRE AT It is the aim to have the bouts started at 8 n'clrek sharp. Be there on time-you can't a.lord to m.iss any of them, 'for they.'ic all going to be good in one v. ay or anotpher. The ring wliich has been built is the same stvle as before, though not Murphy, who had to go up near t'le fence t.T make the catch. Gowdy walked on four pitched balls. Maranville was hit by a pitched ball. Baker took Deal's roller and touched third, forcing Gowdy. No runs, no hits, no er- - Maranville threw tossed to Baker who thr.w to g^^^^ ^^^^ Schang got a two- in the wav of a slow ball and start-� quite as large. It was too much like e4 to walk to first, but the umpire' a race-coursj on the occasion of the calledhim back. Schmidt flied out to IF KIDNEYS ACT BAD TAKE SALTS Says Backache Is  sign you have been eating too much meat, which forms uric acid. Wlien you wake up with backache and dull "misery In the kidney region it generally means you have been eating too much meat, says a well-known authority. Meat forms uric acid which overworks the kidneys in their effort to filter it from the blood and thoy become sort of paralyzed and loggy. When jour kidneys get sluggish and clog you must relieve them, like you relieve your bowels; removing all the body's urinous waste, else you have backache, sick headache, dizzy spells; your stomach sours, tongue is coated, and when the weather is bad you have rheumatic twinges. The urine is cloudy, full of sediment, channels often get sor&, water scalds nnd you are obliged to seek relief two or three times during the night. Either consult a good, reliable physician at once or get from your pharmacist about four ounces of Jad Salts; take a tablesnoonful in a glass of water before breakfast for a few days and your kidneys will then act fine. This famous salts is made from the acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined with litliia, and has been used for generations to clean and stimulate sUiggish kidneys, also to neutralize acids in the urine so it no longer irritates, thus ending bladder weakness. Jad Salts is a life saver for regular ineat eaters. It is Ine.vpensive, can-lot injure and makes a delightful, effervescent lithia-water drink. Sold by J. D. Higlnbotham & Co., Limited. jnd Collins he Dunlop is entered again in the e.^.- i tried to slide back to second. Deal ^^J?^^.^ A^f*^This_|s the Athletics^ c!.'.;s '.tole REASON'S FOR USING who touched. Gowdy as lu slide back to second, ^^^i ^ -- . .. , . vj. i second. He was almost caught '^"^ ^it He was almost caught at ^ second, hut a good slide saved him. I Schang w^as out when the ball got =^ i away from Gowdy, which quickly got � � the ball and threw the Athletic catcher out at third. Maranville threw out Plank. No runs, 1 hit, no errors. SEVENTH INNING BRAVES-James struck out for the third time. JIann struck out ; Schang to Mclnnis. Baker threw out Evers. No runs, no hits, no errors. ATHLETICS-Murphy fanned, Evers tossed out Oldring. Collins got I an infield hit. Collins was picked oil first, James to Schmidt. No runs, one hit, no errors. EIGHTH INNING BRAVES-Barry threw out Gather. Mclnnis saved Barry from a wild throw. Whitted was safe when Mclnnis dropped Barry's throw, Barry AT MEAL TIMES "ALBERT.VS PRIDE BEER" is a conceniTated liquid feed. Tea and ColTee are in no wise foods. In countries where beer is used as a table beverage, dyspejisia is priiclically unknown. So is stomach trouble in general. In Germany beer is more frequently drank than waler-particularly al meal lime. The prejudice against strong stimulants has in no udse impaired the value of "Alberta's Pride Beer," the most uutrilious of all liquid foods. Tills beer is absolutely pure. This is no idle claim, but one that we can back up by proof. Come to our Brewery and we will show you. To those who vahie strong digestive organs we advise "Alberta's Pride Beer" and we recommend il to convalescents because it is a tonic. THELETHBRIDGE BREWINGS MALTING COMPANY, Limited PHONE 554 Montreal, Oct. 9.-Jack Laviolette, the brilliant cover point of the Canadians, is the latest recruit to the ranks of the hockey hold-outs. Laviolette stated today that he has returned his contract unsigned to JIanaj,'er George Kennedy. He said he had been offered a rsduced salary, and would not accept, and added that he could make more money out of auto racing than playing hockey at the terms offered ; getting an "assist. Whitted was forced i l'''"' ^.'^^"'letto lias had a successful � ot c-^r,n,i rviiir,^ c!,i ,,i n-> lucrative season at the wheel of his �ounde? ind tissln^ to fvrrv rnl^'^ horsepower Mercer car, meeting all I comers throughout Quebec and New The committee has extended an invitation to Coiv:raissionprs Hardv, Grace and R.'iid to view the bouts, and the city darls have stated that they will be there. HOLD YOUR HORSES At the Labor Day bouts not a few of the ex'citeJ fans shouted their heads. This was not a pleasing occurrence to the promoters or the police ; so on Monday night the excitable fan is kindly asked to hold his head for the good of the game. LAVIOLETTE IS INCLUDED AMONG THE H0UD-QUT8 The Would Sooner Risk Life in Auto Racing Than Play Hockey for Small Salary Treatment has restored many a tailing business and brought peace to m.Hny a home by giving back mental vigor and 'bodily health to thousands of husinoss men who had unconsciously become slaves to the Liquor Habit. Thd Treatment ie purely medicinal, compounded of vegetable remedies. J.'o hypodermic inlections arc u^ed. At the end of three days, when 'he patifnt leaves the institute, fvery trace of alcoholism and nil craving for liquor has been eliminated from the system. We will willingly refund the money if the patient is not perfectly satisfied on leaving the institute. The Neal Treatment for the Drug Habit is enually as efficient. Write for "A Little .Tourney To The Neal Institutes" by Elbert Huil>bard. NEAL INSTITUTE 820 13th Avenue W. Calgary. Phone W. 4525. dy filed out to -Strunk. No runs, no hits, c�e error. ATHLETICS - Evers tossed out Baker. It was announced that the official figures of the attendance were �the same as yesterday. Maranville! England. RIFLE CLU3 f^EMBERS All members having rifles, pull-droppedllcrnnis"fouL"McInnrs louVeJ I throughs, op oil bottles belonging to to dfeal. Strunk out, Evers to \ the Lethbridge Rifle association, will Evers Schmidt. No runs, no hits, one error. ninth inning BRAVES-Barry threw out Maranville. Deal got a two-base hit over Strunk's head. Deal stole third when please r.iturn same to me at Wright's jewelry store eome time next v.'eek. This is for annual inspection by the department of militia, and rifles must Schang threw to Barry to catch him be presented In a perfectly clean con- napping. James struck out for the fourth time. Deal scored on Mann's bit, v.hich was just over Collins' reach. Mann went to second on a passed ball. Evers walked. Evers was out at second, Barry taking Gathers' smash and tossing to Gdllins. One rim, two hits, no errors. ATIPLETICS - Barry walked. Schang struck out. Barry going to s-conci, Walsh hatting for Plank. A double play enfled the inning, Maran-villt took Murphv's grounder and tjuching second forcing Walsh. Ho then threw out Murphy at first. No i runs, no hits, no errors. III. ^^""e Somers and Comiskey ought llltogo to London-, the cables refuse to permit the Bending of baseball scores dltlon as to inside of barrel and action.-D. I. Guc, See.-treas. TO SCOTLAND, LOW RATES; GOOD SERVICE. One-class cabin, only $52.50 to Glasgow, and $52.50 from Glasgow; thlr.-1-class, closed cabins, $33.75. Rates subject to change without notice. SAILING FROM MONTREAL. S.S. "LETITiA" October 31st All information cheerfully furnished by authorized agents, or H. E. LIDIVIAN, General Agent. 349 Main St., Winnipeg. AMATEUR BOXING TOURNAMENT ThanksBivinfl Day Night Open to All Amateur Boxers in Southern Alberta TRIZES: cyp8 m mis For Firsts and Seconds Amateur Boxing Rules to Strictly Prevail. Clean and Manly Bouts Assured Sherman Theatre, Lethbridge Admission : 25c - 50c - 75c - $L00 Reserved seat tickets at Alexandra Hotel Cigar Stand until Monday, then at the theatre Bigger And Better Than The Last BOSTON SENDS BACK $20,000 Over 9500 Applications for Fenway Park Games Too Late Boston, Mass., Oct. 9.-The fortunate possessors of approved applications for world's series reservations were In no hurry today to exchange them for tickets, the management allowing them until Monday forenoon to "cash in." Less than a score of holders of application cards were in line when the box office opened, and at no time during the day was there a rush. Speculators lined the streets leading to Fenway park with offers to buy either tickets or approved application cards. For several hours there was a near approach to a curb exchange, with bids ranging between 200 and 300 per cent, above par purchase price. Tho management reported that 9500 applications for $5, J3 and $2 seats, enclosing cheques and money amounting to more than $20,000 arrived too late. The money will bo returned. 'NEW YORK AMERICANS WON New York, Oct. 9.-Jack Warhop was better than Jeff Tesreau today In the second game of the series for the Manhattan championship, the American Leaguers winning 2 to 1. The game evened up the series between the Giants and the Highlanders. The score: Americans............... 2 8 1 Nationals ................ 1 6 1 CHICAGO CUBS BEAT SOX Chicago, Oct. 9.-Tho Chicago Na^ tionals went into tho lead for the city championship today when they defeated their American League opponents 2 to 1.' The game was a pitchers' duel between Humphries and Benz. The Americans' errors were costly. The series now stands 2 to 1 in favor of tho Nationals. Score: Nationals ................ 2 4 1 Americans .............. 1 B 3 Humphries and Bresnahan; Benz, Wolfgang and Schalk. CALGARY TEAM NOT SURE of LANDING THE MANN CUP NOW Vancouver. B.C., Oct. 9.-N. H. Crowe, secretary of the Amateur Athletic Union of Canada, has telegraphed to Dr. J. IL Davidson, Victoria, re-pre.-sentative of tho union, that Joe Lally did not have tho authority of tho union iji declaring Kendall, the V.A.C. lacrosse player, a professional, and that he had ignored the board In declaring tlio Mann Cup forfeited to Calgary. Crowe saya that the union will Investigate the ease Immediately. The union has received no official report from the trustee regarding the matter. RUBE OLDRING ARRESTED Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. 9.-"Rubo" Oldring, the Athletics' veteran outfielder, was nrraigned before Magistrate Stevenson ye.itorday, and held in ball for court on charges of dpsertion and non-support, preferred by his wife, Mrs. Helen Oldring. All concerned In the case were extremely reticent when asked about It. Oldring's engagement to a Bridge-ton, N.J. girl, was announced a few days ago. 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