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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TITB IjETirnRtDGE DAILY October 18, Record of all Live Events of; Interest to Western Can- ada Readers Music and RAIN AGAIN Fourth Game of World's Championship Series Once Postponed-Play Tomorrow CLEAN1N6THEM UP Easily Defeated Paul Abe at Montreal Rough House Mill Philadelphia, Oct. i't.-Rainjtb- day huised another uc-iipotvament of placing the fourth same''be- PKiUuieYphia and XiiW i'orji fpr the world's baseball diamuioii- ship grounds -were J.nVa sogg'v1 condition; and as a light rain was fatting, 'he- umpires oT the Nation-, si Commission in New York and informed them of conditions. It was'decided to call oft" the game will bo played here tomorrow if weather conditions permit. Thoroughly rested after Tuesday's sensational battle on the I'olo grounds Montreal, Oct. 'lhe wrestler of France, who t'eerns to bo almost invincible, again i rlvfralod -luhn Paul Abe. lighter j is badly felt. The playerp of the two i great busobiill machines had hoped champion for ctearer day mid fast field. A, seems to j heavy playing ground makes footing ami flowing a problem.; ft lit; two team? have yhown them-. selves'to be fts evenly matched as; I any (hat have met in world's series. j' the slightest "break" duo to im- perfect condition of the'ground might Jose.n game und possibly ,the series. Philadelphia's betievw they will in lie the next iwg games and the series. The is'ew York aggregation is rely- ing on Marquard to hold them out of their present situation. New York phiyvjrs admit that one game lead is a great advantage to u team that THERE'S MONEY IN IT in World's Series''-Will; Receive Not Less Than Apiece This Year in New York, both teams were anx-1 aessea it but they lee! thai they have into the fray "'again today, j more than a chance to win the cbam-: us long periods of rest do npt help Pionship. They poim 10 thu fact xhat the average baseball player, and one j Mnnimird jiitcht-d a grand game. In ,day layoff has just heen about Piifll-' this city last .Mo-nday and exjmct he; 'dent; and-the second disappointment can repeat the performance.' New Oct. who will share in the splitting of the receipts for the world's set'- ies are assured of enjoying the biggest slice evfer handed out. In previous years was a high water mark, but when the pres- ent series ends indications point to Individual players drawing down as much as apicec. For the three games ajready played the receipts have totalled of this the players are due to receive and .the Same tomorrow, the last in which the players share, should add at least to the purse. This means close to the mark for each of the winners, and at least above the best mark cf previous world's series. HOW THE GATE RECEIPTS ARE DIVIDED Tim dividing of the gate receipts of I nectary to play six games to de- LIVE W1RELETS FINDS SNAKE.IN PLUG TOBACCO to Mount Vernon Chewe'r Threatens Sue Manufacturer Because of i When He B'it Monut Veriion, IH., Oct. Vernon tobacco user Uirealsned to bring suit against the j manufacturer of a well known brand) of twist tobacco, because in taking a j J. chew of the weed, he bit the head off :i siiafce that had been wrapped up in j the twist. The experience made him sick and caused him to swear'off the habit. Some time ago another ".obac- .co drawer found a mouse in a piece; of plug AUSTRALIAN RUGBY TEAM BEAT ALL-ENGLAND London. Oct. tour- ing Australian ruaoy -team yes- terday beat All-England by 11 ..points to ii. The match was played ;it Graven Cottage, Ful- hain. catch-as-catcb-can match in straight falls, first fall was iu less than thirty seconds and was of the fluke variety, while the (second 'and decisive tumb'ie was brought about, only jifter Uiirty-seve of i be worst rough house been -jeen at the park. '.lie world's championship baseball :--Miies is jitsi now rfn Iterestlng: topic. A crest (fci.1 of uncertainty and mis iNtnnmtiioii exists regarding the fin- u ml i-inchinicnts; germane to the id's svi'cs. In a :seneral way the ubli I hat jche plueis of compHmit teams.! .share _ in the coin utken in the the great' nia- it if the fins undeistind that the divide th'Ie ner can't: fo tf e u ntic i and pei cent to the i Y.-M. C. A. MINER ESCAPES AGAIN loser. Tin adftie jmijoim tat foi he interest of the pi v minutes to the last is that lub i ion_ ib s ib e so TS to mcitase the [sue of the melos that is cut .up at iM conciti! ion. I To combat this tendency to suspic- ion on the part of the sport lovini public, the rules which govern tin 5 A.M. Business Molested Por Months b'y -Admirer London, Etig., Oct. A ronmrk- I Classy List of For Hockey The Y. M. C. A. of thia'city is going I A strong aggregation.of i been coralled for the team (.bar. represent the institution in any able charge was-brought at the Sir.it- that is formed. They are: lord P.olice Co.urr, by MlE-s Etlwi Mer- jglesworth, T.R. Shepherd. J. W. rinian, of Cowley road, Wangled, ag-1 u- -M. Christie. Dewey Wedd, D. i al'nst Henry William Hinder, aged plareh, S. C. Rroolts, C. R. forty-five, an eiigrneer, 'Jiving at Er-< K. P. Stewart, Do'osonl lam road, South Bermomlsey. Stewart. T. R. Shepherd is and W. C. herd and K. P. Stewart, tli'a executive j board. H. Nicholson is appointed i manager. i iliss Merriman goes, to business.at "For four months, it was stat- ed, Hiuder has stopped irer every morning, using endearing At length she became so frightened that she informer! the police, and he. was arrested. "Pie eiootl 'in my path, so "that I con Id -not said Miss Merriman.-. "Fie handed me letters and I had to I take them to get rid oEJnm." "It is one of those of 'annoy- ances that must be stopped." remark- chairman, in 'hinding Hinder; oyer-to keep the peace.' Calgary, Oct. Bill .Miner has again. This is the that was ieoeived here today, day lie made his petl-awVy Troni" the Gcersiu prison vtiere be mio'l-rsoing a 'oiig sen- tence for" his latent efforts 'at train, robbing. The C. P. R. secret service is getting .ready to M'reef tiio olti imni ii" ho should by any chance make an effort to i'jturn to the Do- again. This is scarce- ri likely, though as he 1ms an tiTfserved' term in the New Westminster penitentiary wait- ing for him if ho shou'id ever on this side of thy line. jf A ,j, t't s the pennant, and in the bat- fie lasted the full seven- giimos. Players Divide Four Games The players do hot divide the income from The first four games of a series. Far from it. Their pool is i mnde up in this w ij I rom tl rtceipts, of cich JO i ai cent ib deducted for Lhe national commis- sion, which conducts the series. Af- ter, that deduction, -the Venmining- iftl per cent, is divided into two portions. Sixty per. cant. Is put into the; play trs pool and the Qthei 10 pei tent into the-coffers of the "two club own eis ft ho split then share half pnd half. To illustrate: .Suppose.the gross re- ceipts, of the fust gaim, amount to The first tliingrdo'ne IK to de duct iuurhaud.it.to the'national commisinn. That, leaves- -of cent., or goes pool to be distributed', am- ong the players, ami goes to the club owirars, each of them taking GOO for his share. This is the method of parcelling out the coin For each of the first four sanies played. Commission Gets Share If the gross receipts were exactly when, a series lasts .over four games, t; .1 lor. each ot thoi-a days, K can in v IJIIUMI, LUV nnes tviiiun tri n coniniiqioii Th ft distribution of the money fram- i winch GO per c .J. Jed so as to giveUhe players uo inter- into thg t j est in the world's gerus after four i games have been played to a jSion. The contestants share-only in j the receipts of the first four games, consequently it is to their inter- i est to finish th-a series as -joon as pos- ,1. sibie. owners profit nios--: v country not begrudge clllb owner thiese nddkinna'l pro- j so that there never be Jl oC over four games if the play- ers were able way. reldbm, howw'eiv tiiat a woi-ld's games, so series exu that the players really are the reat- -est beneficiaries. :Only twice in six j years Itnvc J been required t world's champion. than five games -determine the In was KILLED" AND ATE THREE OF CREW Victoria, W. J. Pat-1 ton, who arrived toclay from Aialo-; cities. New Hebrides, where he has' heen a niisslonary for 19 ytars, said that shortly before he left a French made a raid and aj Dumber "of 'natives were -kidnapped. The natives in reviange attacked the Strand and captured three of the} crew, all natives. These ;were-killed and eaten.' ASLEEP, SHE MURMURS 'JERRY-; SPOUSE, CHAS., HEARS; SUES Chicago, Oct. affectionate Utterances which Mrs. Anna Breitimg, srte slepi, .is alleged to have, made in rogjird to one "Jerry" her I Indignant husband partially bases a suit for dlvor.ce which he filed yes- terday in the Superior Court. Ilre'il- img is Wllkln, Ilreituny Co., clothing manufacturers, 310 M'est Van Uitren street, ftlr. Ureitung-says, city detective. Mr, BreHuhg says that one night lie was awakened by his wife. She was addressing the nir in fervent '-What !s it, Jlr. iJreitung affectionately. "O, yon dearie, replied Mrs. Breitnng, according to her husband. Now, .Mr. UrelUing'a name is phas. rrherefore he aroew and switched on ihe electric light. He saw his wife'y .n.ves were tightly closed. he demanded, shaking her, "who is Mrs. Breltiing open- jfed her eyen'weflrily, "J !e Sirs, Breitnng yawned. "I don't know who he nhc said. don't you go to Ir IT rgt KB EVgMM fEtEtMJI JCTO. be seen iliht cammission '2liare the "four games, and the players' pool would amount, to the sum of; while each club owner would got If the series lasted only four-games. Af- 'ter .'the 'fourth game the split is en- tirely different Tha national com- mission still gets for every taken in, but the club owners divid'e the remaining half and half between them, or a- piece. H is to the interest of every one, except the players, therefoi-a, to have the series go the limit. Players Profit Out of its 10 per cent the national commission pays part of the expen- :Ses of conducting the series. Out of I its share come the salaries and ex- penses of the four umpires and the two official scorers assigned to the! series, the cost of lhe emblems given to the victors, and ot" tlva pennant awarded the winning club, also a small part of the expenses of the na- tional commission while attending the. scries. These the salaries of the players, their travelling expenses, the cost of printing and distributing tickets, advertising, police, park em- ployees, and all. the many other inci- denial expanses arising out of tiie series. j The players' profits arc net, as no part of the, cost of 'the series is de-: ducted from their -nool, aud in addi- tion to this financial reword for win- ning their respective league cham- pionships their salaries are paid pro rata an long as the world's series Players' 'contracts with clubs ordinarily expire on'October 15, t but the combat for the world's cham- j Pionship usually extends :i .week or more beyond that elate, so that each man involved in the battle gets an additional or salary, according to the terms of his contract wHh his club owner. -I. At th? heat nitrture uhows ever Kean'lfiVthlS prosentecl to the lust night nt the vHuroka, AtcCuy, Iho famous. of the. Now York Herald, with iriovlng picture com- ICB, InlerosthiK, and anuising.'Rob'Sledlng at LliinUimdou. Long Island, siiowins ihu exciting and oxhtlarating wtnt'or sport-j, WHB a'liie uhould not be by "Tho Witch of the is' .unique-story'of ilia lortda and Is one of Sc- Jig's most ,1'ainouB picinrob "Who U'ots the Order" is also an interesting comedy, in prognim i-.i an-'ex- cellent oiie, and the maniusemeiH of the lilnrokii is.to be congratii'.utcd tor tho pictui'es they are showing. "Billy' Tonight at the" Maje.tlc Comineiioing tonight and 'continuing ill Saturday the .Majestic :-theaW will- house n fine dramatic company, when Mr. Sherman sends.us his new stock company which hits -been malc- ig such .u big hit with the-, tire gnera for the p'ast fifteen weeks.. I'hree of the playy which.'speined to lave pleased ..Calgary most have 'ecu for here, nicy are be'prc- 'tcd tonight, and it'will be follow-' ed "Brown of and on Saturday night "Fathor and the ioya." All of the plays mentioned of class a'nd well known to hose familiar things theatrical. Soats now on sale for ouch performance and should bo tiecuml nt once. Tlwy ni'w-on valo at Itochon'i'. A special tmitinoc will be glvon on Saturday when the play will bo "Fa- ther uud 'the thu same hu- intf ropouled in tliu 'ovoning. "Colleen Bawn" at Starland The throTigs, of theatre' goers who attended Btarlnnd. [ieople'ti favor- ite theatre, yesterday wwro treated to a program''of the''.quantity and ity, which' 1ms miKle this houae so popular with the .Lelhbridge public. "Cnilcen1 IB one of the most magnificent of nil productions, the houiillftri of Killurney, the pic- turcBctue peat lioys ,old cawtles, the tyj.-IOKj It Oil B" rows, rustic cottages, aud rugged mountains brought hack fond remembrances of dear old Ire- land. "Iiivthe la-ad where thte ShHin-' rock where hearts are pure the shows, where romance and love, with -the bright stars above, and the song of the bird can be Another picture which was thoroughly appreciated was "A Ranchman's Love for a Wc-itern Maid." a western fea- ture that contains In itself the es- sence of life in the west. These ex- cellent, photoplays f.'lll shown in tonight for the Inst time. On Friday and Saturday the management iuve arranged a prograiif1 of all fea- tures including the drama. "A Ro- uance of a lonely depicting .he most man hunt ever pic- itred, replete wi-'h thrilling incidents ending in an extremely original nanner. MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. SHERMAN. Minager. PHONE ML 3 Nights W. B.SHERMAN PRESENTS October 19 THE SHERMAN STOCK CO. TO-NIGHT New York's Latest Comedy Success A scream from start to finish Fri., Oct. 2Q Brown of Harvard The Real Rsh Rah Play Sat, Oct. 21 a Special VMATJNEE'-' Father and The Boys Laugh? help it. 50c, 25c COMPLETE CHANGE .EACH NIGHT LAST TIME TO-NIGHT "Colleen Bawn" In the land where the Sham- rock'growi; Where hearts are as pure as the 'Snows; Where romance and love, with ..bright stare above; And the wng of the bird can be heard. ATTELL WILL- DEFEND FEATHefcwEIGHT TITLE N-aw Vorlt, Oct. ifl.-r-The of Abe Attell, featherweight cham- pion, and Johnnie Klihanc. announced today that they had posted forfeits binding Lhe. two featherweights to meet al, TJ2 .pounds hefora the club offering the largest purse for world's championship. HUGH ROBINSON FLYING WITH GREAT SUCCESS I.acrosso, Oct. viator Hugh Ilofoirwon in his hydro-nero- plnne arrived hern at S.-IS. He left :tt fi.17 according tto his re- cord, making 23 mHcs in Uii minir'-es. Kohinaon flew nt. an nltltmX? of ItOOO feet and could -he seen hero with glass- es miles away. MR lirntlnd here wltlioul, He hqpea to oii Hock Island before dark. Watch Fri. tor l'ii Lone- ly Island. Majestic Theatre W.B.Sherman, Mgr. Phone 646 Monday and Tueiday October 23-24 'prank W. Hpaly and W. Shirnun Present Its fkmc is racing -Jo the c corners