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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1911 THIS LET-HBR'ID'OE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE, BOSTON BREAKS BASEBALL ATTENDANCE RECORD Baseball gtatistiulims are at. odds is to whct'nnr the aUcqtlanco at the Lahor day afternoon Rame at Doston beU-eca the New York anil Uoston Natiwia'l Iciiguc clubs was a rcconi gathering. The major league clubs do not issue tho oIliuiaKaUend- uoce figures, but it was generally us- ..imatiid that the attendance at the loraioou was approximately 000 and the afternoon game There is no question hut what the totiil oi was.a'new record foe a aUcmhvucu. There is .some disputation rcgurrtmg the being a. game rev.- onl, however', and oflioial figures arc not available lo settle the contro- rersy. The a Mead ana: figures at the world's scries are oflicial and these show that the greatest crowd that ever witnessed a single world series game, gablicred for the first New York-Philadelphia game of Uio 1911 series, at Polo grounds, when paid admission. The largest (fathering at Fenway park during tho Now York-Boston series of 1912 was at the tour lib game, when drap- ptfd coupons in the ticket boxes. CROWD ON PLAYING FIELDS Stringent ground rules prevail in the world's however, and sev- eral t'houKtuid extra spectators can easily bo cared for in either Von way park" or tho Polo grounds when fans upon certain parts of 'NORMAN Tho NEWEST i t-ho outfields. II was claimed that I fully spectators witnessed .the. jiimous playoiV game between the New York (Hauls and tlie Chicago Cubs at Die grounds on cents for all other seats, in- chiding chairs. Boston, therefore, I IS CONNIE MACK THROUGH? Now York, N.Y., Oct. When the Philadelphia Ath- letica tafcn the Hold next year, Connie Muck will not be on the bench as manager, it is report- ed. Mack is now 51 years old and is said to feel that lift is entitled to a rest. The expect- ation is that bo will secure a controlling interest in the Ath- letics and become president of 'die club. Hurry Davis, it is ex- pected, will succeed him on bench, with Ira.Thomas as his chief adviser. Davis 'was a fai'i- uro as manager of the Xaps, but it is said that his heart "was not in iiis work. Dave Smith, with Richards and Prin- gle's Famous Minstrels. Sherman Theatre, Saturday, Oct. 24. took abu or It pays to win. Oct. of for a 20-round fight be- tween Packey McFarland of Chicago, j and Freddie Welch; the lightweight champion, or for MeFarlaml land .McCiibbons, were mariu to 1'ack- p.v yesterday bv Denver sporting men. .McFarland 'is "here with bis wife. i If Welch turns down the offer, the promnU'rs will offer for the i inatcb. The Huston. Oct. Lang-; promoters guarantee to put up tli? day the articles are signet, GUNBOAT! Here's how thirty feet of celluloid cost When the moving picture action for Louis Joseph Vance's new and sensational novel "The Threy, being outlined something happened.r The producer pointed out seven places in the novel that he claimed could not be portrayed in pictures. BUT THEY WERE! It only took thirty feet of film to do it, but it coil to the negatives. See if you can find in tho ttory and tho They are just one thing of the many things worth looking for By Louis Joseph Vance Author of The Brass Black Lone Wolf, etc. See the Pictures at Starland Monday Next per cent, of the gross, ford, the negro heavyweight, of Ijos- REPUTATION WINS BOUTS SAYS PACKEY Chicago Packey McFarland says lhat reputation Is naif the battle When it comes to ring work. "Tako .Ritchie, for he 'declares. "As champion o? the world, he would have the. ordinary fighter half scared to .death before .entering the1 ring; "But with tfcft title gone, the young fellow coming up is going to feel tihat as long as somaone else beat him he can do tho same thing. "I know it has "worked out hi my case. Indeed, I-remember vivid- ly one tough youngster in tho Middle West. I was giving him j every-thing I bad and still he was j coming in for more. IIc didn't know j tho lix I was in and I didu't propose: to lot- him. So finally when there was nothing else to do, 1 gritted my to make appear savage and 'told him the next round J was to heat him .to death. He just natur- ally jumped out of the ring and away to his dressing room. "Manager Thiry wanted to bring hut I said to Irt him go. I was satisfied with what had teen idope and didn't want to take any more chances.'1 BOXER DEAD FROM EXPERIENCE IN RING .s.wo minutes after .receiving a Icnockout blow: The fatiiHLy at the start of the second "oiuid 'of a contest stag- ed at Tollcsicn.'nenr Gary., last night. LeVcKtipivski was__toockcd through tho'ropes Uy a blow to the stomach. Ringside spectators pushed into the ring, col- wii. Physicians said bis death Was caused by internal injuries. Morris referee; and Porter Mayhew, cnyner of the (hall Ui which the contest was.staged, were arrested. The dead boxer, who lived in Michi- gan was 19 years oM. knocked out Gunboat Smith of San Francisco in three rounds here last night. It was the first time the white hope" -of this country, u'ho gained a decision over Larigfonl he-re a year ago, has been knocked nut. The negro shownd his superiority throughout. His pmmds were he- liiitd the solid punches tcfurc the Jirst round was half over and a swooping right failed Smith fct g count oi seven. Smith was thi- lirsl round ended. In the seirond again umk the aggressive. Leading a left, he a right home to Hmith s jaw, crushing him to the mat. Smith sprawled there for nine seconds, stag- gering to his feet barely in time save himself from being counted-out. Feinting and landing with left uitd right, Langford rocked Smith with his blows and-floored him again. Ref- eree Jack McGuigan of Philadelphia, had counted fnur when the boll g-ave Smith a reprieve. Protecting "'himself as best he could, Smith lusted through nearly two min- utes of the tihird round. Then Lang- ford again pointeil his left menacing- ly and drew Smith's guard over. The negro quickly drove his with terrific force to the white man's jaw. Smith sank to the mal, where. counted out." _____ fifteen'clays before the light and the remainder" the day brfore tlur light., Mt'Karlaud has -agreed tr. put up aj J5000 forfeit for the Welch fight. I Tonight Last Time BIJOU Commencing Tomorrow AT Y. M. C. A. Rcyal Bank Bowlers Win Thn Koya] Bank team put it over the Knox squail hi-sfniiilit in the second ir.atch of the Y.M.C.A. league. Tlic set was easy pirkiug for the hank j team, but' they had to pull out to car- ry the second ;lash. which was only won hy 22 pins. Here are the scores: Prouse t Murray 112 "s llcnnell 12'! Royal Bank Hausch JhixweH I Sloanu 128 1S1 14S 102 Tell Your Shoeman to put Gatrs Paw Rubber Heels on your new and on your old ones. Then you will walk safely with a sure footed tread. Don't ask merely for'Rubber Heels' Insist on having "CATS MAIL THIS COUPON lo Wnlpolc Rubber Co. Limited, S McGill Col ISc.in silver or receive B CAT'S PAW S elf-cl o si ntr Tobacco Po made from Pwa Rubber, -153 Tiin liigh of the evening was Capt. Sloans brigade, with flu average of por game. LookeUp Schedule The sclieilnlo of the games is post- ed at the "Y." It be changed 1'rom its present form in- include an addi- tional team from Cammieli, Home. changes in tlie i schedule wiii not affect the dates up in October 26, inclusive. The schedule, j KS It is how, also carries more games [than Intended, and will be chans- .Jed.in that respect. .HONOR SULLIVAN'S MEMORY Panama Exposition Officials Will Not Give His Titl.j to Another 50c. attached First" "CAT'S PAW" Heels will help you to stand up straight for Canada. They are made in S Canada by company, to make ".I, walking: life more comfortable for all who wear them. They-cost no your dealer. Walpole Rubber Co. Limited, Montreal CUSBION RUBBER HEELS MADE IN CANADA San Francisco, Gal., Oct. of 'respect, for the memory of tlie late James E. Sullivan, his title of or -of athletics of the Panama-Pacific International' exposition will not be to another, according to an- nouncement made by exposition offi- cials. i J. 'who bas been as- i's-'oeiated with Sullivan since the St. Louie Olympic games in 1B04, has ibeftir unpointed assistant athletic di- rector, "and he carry out the pol- icies of his late chief. Pathe Weekly The Two Vanrevels A Charming Story of Old Virgiu- ia with Beautiful Scenic Settings 1000 Feet oi? Laughs it's .1 First Class Programme DANIEL PRESENTS The Spitfire A Nautical Comedy Drama of-. Lauglis and Thrills If You.Liked THE ONLY SON You Will Xot Miss The Spitfire Prices' and 20c THE EMPRESS 'Quick Sands' THE HOUSE OF QUALITY Wednesday and Thursday THE STORK VISITS SLIP- PERY SLIM Some IFor- A 2 Reel Kalem Feature All. V And Three Other Reels Surpassed by None. STOP, READ, AND REMEMBER THE DATE Friday Saturday, "The Gamblers" BY CHAS. KLEIN The 'Most Successful Drama ever staged in the Movies. A Broadway All Star Feature in Five Complete Acts, A Special Attraction Par Excellence. The Hobo Tenor will MacRee, Hear MORAN SUCCEEDS CHARLES. S. DOO.IN Will Manage Philadelphia National League as Coach Fitchbnrg, Mass., Oct. .T. Moran, who has been acting as roach for the Philadelphia National j league baseball team, today was el- ected manager of the club to succeed j Charles S. Doom, according to a teje- I grain received from President William Is. Raker of the Philadelphia club to- night. DONLIN TO LEAD '15 YANKEES 0' HEARTS'- CAUSING 15 EXCITEMENT i Public Eagerly Waiting for the First of McGraw's School on Bi2 Job Uesides'-annexing National league McGraw also has turued out quite a few big league managers; In this list are included Roger Bresnahan, Frank Bowerman, Fred Teniiey, Wilber Rob- inson, Charley Heraog, Art Devlin, nilly Gilbert, Joe McOinhity- and now anr.thar ir.av-stcp into office. With the New Yortt Yankees in need of a general manager for; 1915, it. is gossiped around New .York that Mike Donlin, nffiv a member of the Giants, will draw the appointment, from Man- ager Farrell. Donlin was coax'ed out of retire- ment last spring by McGraw, and this season bus been serving as pinch hit- ter and Voucher for. the: Giants. Al- though "'Mussy Mike" belougs to the Giants, McGraw undoubtedly would be 'witting to once great star if. he can obtain the Job of managing the .Yankees Mike Asbury Park, J. Donltn of the. MSw York National league baseba.ll dub and Miss Rim Tiossn, H niece of "Mr. and Mm. Char- IPS 3 Rosfla, were married here to- day honlln's first -wife, Mabel Hitc actress, died about two years Episode "The Trey O'Hearts the greatest. prob'iem plnj will doubt less attract more people to the popu: Jar' stariand Theatre than its rival, "The .Million- Dollar Mystery" ia do- ing. "The Trey O'Hearts" ifi a won- derfully fascinating serial story, to be shown in tifteen instalments. The prologue and firbt insUlirent, whic.li Is in three large reds wiii otteied as 'the headliner at Starland Theatre for two days only, commencing Monday It ia very important that you sec the prologue and first instalment ot this wonderful serial, as you will surely want to follow it fitter hearing UIP many favorable comments on this pro- iduction. in company with other feminine rela- tives, is -waiting on 'board at Calais, iu anticipation ot a lengthy cri'tse, and without -misgiving she-liails the in- truders as her father's friends The hero, being also the rightful propric and 'Stolen- jewels, recklessly pursues tlie thieves, ill timately -wins the lady and the jewels Prices: 20 cents TOMORROW AT THE BIJOU No more ideal type of the dashing, care-free young" American thorough- bred than Carlvle Blackball, the litt est photo-play star to come under the management of the Famous Players Film Co., could be imaijiueu, and he has a role which fits him delightfully: in "The Spitfire This is u tour-real version of tne melodramatic farce by Edward Peplp, and the latest Famous Players' release. Probabilities p'lay a conspicuous part in this irresponsible.tale ot'the The yacht Spitfire, tbe property of an American mililonatre, is im- pounded by a couDie of sxvell mobs- men, in the'absence of itSi.owner, lor the better transposing of and their of fabulous America, Forged tele grnmo pffpritmiiv rirrejye the beauti- ful daughter of A" CLEVER M1NSTREL Glaren'ce Powell, the dean "ot'Etho- pian performers, still heads the fun fountain with.Richards'ft-Prlngle's Fa j mous Minstrels, a position he nag held j for 5 ears j Powell btamls in a class by himself; among rolored performers, to look at him Is to laugh Weighing nearly three hundred pounds, nossessed ot a smile that come off, when he opens has mouth, the audi eii'6 is 'with him" Xlnlike most'col- ored performers he when "to btop He tfres his au'flfence, but leaves them clamoring: for more. Powell is not the -whole ahbw, for he is ablv assisted in the bj such ell-known, comedia'its as-Tom Dave Smith, Arthur Wright and AlonZo wnilams The vaudeville portion' of the pro- gramme seven1 numbers ol sterling worth and merit All in all, it may he eafetv conceded that Richards Pringle will deliver :he best minstrel performance that '111 he seen upon the local stage Oh, yea, Simpson's Challenge Baud of solo "musicians is still with the or- ganization, and will a street par ado at noon, and a concert In front of the theatre at 730 in the evening Don't forget the Saturday qven- Ing.next at the Sherman Theatre, Sherman Theatre Sat., Oct. 24 ONCE ONLY FUN Oh You Lnugh Hutiafyl Eicbard Prfnglefc1 Ccorgia MINSTRELS Are Coming to Town headedSby. Clarence Powell The Highest Salaried Minstrel's Star' Tlis Beau Brommel ot iComedy And 40 Qtherj- A Retention in' Minitnliy YOU'RE BOUND TO iLAUGH! 75o and 85c Seats on Sale at Hedlej's Drug 1 Store TDUNDEE.' BEATS AZEVADO Oaklanu, Cal, Oct 21 Dun- _ dee was the decision over Joe at the conclusion of a 10 round contest Dundee the ag- gressor throughout and won a ma Jority of the rounds: landing almost at will, :but lacking steam to. put-his op- ponent out. DRINK HABIT WHITE SQX SIGN KLEPFER Chicago, 111, Ocl Ed Klepfer, f star pitcher oi the Venice Coast lea gue team, lias been signed bv Wliito Sox klejifer came to the i gra RELIABLE HOME TREATMENT Thousands sisters are ofji loved_ (o "ffinUr OR- J JJJXE only jwr J C Free Booklet in part pajment'of veteran Doo Book who poined tho Venice Block, Thhd close of season ;