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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta Big Program Announced for Championship Meet Dominion Trapshooters Latest Prte List on Record Will Be Offered for Canadian Tournament to lie Held at Uockcliffe Ranges June 8, and 11. Dominion Trap Shoot- Ims Association have announced their program tor the annual shoot, which will be held at the Kockcline ranges, Ottawa, for four days, commencing June 8, IMS. This program carries prizes of money and trophies valued at over probably the largest ever offered for a Dominion shoot. It is arranged so as. to give cood shots lots to try for in differ- ent places on the program. There will be a consolation handi; can, in which WOO is offered or prizes, which the average and indif- ferent shooters will have all to them- selves. On the lirst or preliminary day there will be five events of op- tional sweepstakes, 15 birds, Rose System, shooting to commence at 2 p m. On the second day there .will be ten events of optional sweep- stakes, 15 birds, Rose System. On the third day there will he ten events of optional sweepstakes. ID birds, Rose System, and the first DO birds of the Grand Canadian Handicap On the last day there will be the Man Championship of Canada for the Dominion Trap .Shooting Association gold medals, the Eight Man Cham- pionship for the Dominion_Cai Company Trophy, the Five wan Championship of Canada for the Mail Trophy The members of the winning team m each ot these team races will receive Dominion Trap Shooting As- sociation gold medals There will al- so be the final 50 birds of the Grand Canadian Handicap and the Console tion Handicap of 100 birds open to shooters who have competed in ten icitular events on June Oth and 10th, and wiio have not succeeded in win- ning a high aggregate prize A cut glass bowl will be offered for 'the high gun in each ot the ten sweepstakes on June Oth and 10th fl first THE PAILY'11J5ItALP BASEBALL MADE IN CANADA IWi l W> WIN SI CALGARY and high average, prizes ot ind S5 will 'be offered for 75 targets and the second 75 targets on each of these days. The bowls and liph average monies will bo open to all shooters, whether they, are shoot- ing for the monies or not. The championship nip and a beau- tiful cut glass howl presented by Controller Fisher, will lie the chioi prizes for the amateur championship The Grand Canadian Handicap mil have added money, and the win- ner will receive, in addition to his money prize, a cut glass bowl, to he presented by His Worship Mayor Por- ter of Ottawa. The winner of the high aggregate will receive the Grey Cup an Association medal and added money. In this event the sec- ond man will receive 530 the third and the next 20 men each. Tire Canadian Association ol In- dians arc giving a handsome cut class howl to the shooter making the highest aggregate in all the events, n_ ii_- jiiir (jit CX- hanilicap. bowl for O L including the practice day, but eluding the consolation ham There will be a cut glass boi- the longest continuous run of breaks, a cut glass bowl for the highest ag- m] ,n J hamisome gold locket for the professional high aver- age and several handsome prizes lor the ladies making the highest aggre- gate scores in the regular events. There will be a miss'and out event at a special trip extending for the three days of regular shooting with prizes of S15, Hfl and each day, and a special prize of cart- ridges presented by Messrs Eley Brothers for the shooter having the three highest scores during the three days of shooting, one score each day to count, _ CLONEY TAIT AND CLARENCE HARDIE DISPLAY THEIR CLASS BEFORE LARGE CROWD Calgary, Alia., June Tait and Clarence Hardle, both of Edmon on, easily won their contests tonight it the second the Calgary Am atuur Athletic club. Havdie outboxec ienny Larkins all tho way, floorinl him at the end ot the second round .he hell saving him. Hardie playec with his opponent in tho final round. Tait made an excellent showing nlnst Freddie Swalwell, making ev ery blow count. In the third roun Tait landed a short right upper cu to the point of Swalwell's jaw. Th referee stopped the contest rathe than count the local boy out. Th entire programme was good. Sid McConkey was given the ds it not only th physical but an al rouad Bowling Twen BB attractive and profitable feature of "T" work tnte the season has been justified, for the total receipts were 128060, and the disbursements were J13125, leal-ins a balance of J89 35 The iwwnts bowling this season were S31 30 more than last Fiiepin competitions and threo-men team tournament In ten pins were conducted, which assisted In maintaining the interest. The only outdoor work attempted last summer was the tennis club, and the bos s t.air-p The tennis club had a membership of_ 16_ and finished the season with a balance ot 95 The bojs' camp at Wlaterton Lakes was conducted successfully, without a case of sickness or mishap This site is an ideal tor a boys' and it is recommended that the Board of Directors plan to obtain a perman- ent site at the Lakes, The total re Buffalo Richmond Montreal Rochester 3rovidence 'oronto Jersey City lontreal Rochester Cinsas City Milwaukee Columbus ndianapolis ifinneapolis uhlle toe total dis bursements were a balance of ?2 84 There were 35 in at tendance Owing to the extra expense In transportation, this was considered very, satisfactory. The Phvsieai Director assisted at the Labor Day snorts at the request of the Labor Council, and a few of our members competed with, credit to the total it- lendanc. of 8417, mid th nuW of (.nw WM TM outlw B. association. A new line of work undertaken this year was the inauguration of a young ladies' class by tbe Women's Civic club. Two classes have been organ ized of 40 each, held once a week In addition to this a class for girls from 10 to 14 years has been started, and has an attendance ot 30 All oF these classes Jake- gymnasium work and swimming lessons. This is filling a great need in Jhe community, and should have everj encouragement This movement has also been a fin Uncial aid to the association With a budget Of 00, the phis! cal department disbursed and have receipts of giving a credit, balance of J6134. This Is considered very satisfactory, in view of the fact that the committee com menced the union with tha intention least trying to balance the ac counts" of the department In another twelve" months greater progress may be announced, and tm will to upllf 11 17 MUST PAY Los Angeles, Rodgers, former Portland se'coVd Vtreeman, re- leased by Cleveland, can play in the east for 12500, or not at all, Walter McGredie, mandgei of the Portland club of the- Pacific Coast league, said here today Rqdgers telegraphed that he did not want to return to the coast. McBredie fixed the purchase dissipating rumors that Hodgers had been granted a release. FABRE WON EASILY: Lowell, Mass., May Running at: the finish apparently little fatigued from his strenuous work, Edo.Uird ITabre of Montreal, winner of the Bos ton Marathon, woe the ten-mile race At Bunting todav by a lap and a quarter James Henniagan of Dor- chester was second, and Fred Nsgla, Dorchsnter .third Fabre's time was A map of Lelhbndge and the dis- trict immediately suirounding the crty is being prepared_atJhejward J 10 AM. ASSOCIATION of trade offices by Setretaryj Hay The map, which is about leet snuart, is on a latge scale and includes 36 townships It takes in the territory from Monarch on the west, to Ohin on the cast, and'from Albion Ridge on the north to Ray- mond on the south The map, which has required a tremendous ataount ol time and trouble to obtain accurate WHITE CHAMPION NORTHWESTERN Chicago, HI June 3 White of Chicago was matched todaj to bol Charles "Kid" Thomas, lightweight champion of France, ten rounds In Boston on June 8 Toev agreed to weigh 153 pounds at 3 o'clock TOUGH ON BRAVES Vancouver ._ Tacoma 7 Seattle Victoria Aberdeen Spokane JOCKEY SUSPENDED OWNERS FINED WTT na-rw r i Montreal, Que., June Jockey suspended for the meet and three ownera were fined 525 as a climax to a day of troubles at the Dorval Park race track today Jockey Atton, up on Hose Garden In the third race, cut across the track In the stretch, caus- ing Philadelphia to go down three owners lined were William Mar- tin, Trainer and T The first-named sent his horse Into a race with blinkers vlthoul permis- sion to do so, the other two sent thelt horses in without blinkers with per- mission. "aita, will undoubtedly prove of calculable value to the city and to the public m general v Not onl> are the ordinary features ol maps included m this but there are some entirelj ones it is planned to have the routes ol com- munications, school houses, irrigation systenli, ilngablc and noh-itagable lands marked on the map as well as the railroads, towns and phjsical features The feature of the map that will inobani) make it most valuable is the marking of the owners and holders of all the farm lands m the district Already Mr Hay has label led every quarter-section in ttiost of the districts west, north and north- east of the city and is commencing On the southern parts It Is planned to have the prices at tihieh these lands are valued, also marled on the map, so that -settlers coming into the Recruiting in the New Battalion Proceeds-Concert at ......Michel Fernie, June to the boys of the 54th Wtt- ,alion here were "give a taste of baby lunting, (not baby norning, when they were marches up to Coal Creek to aid in a search.lor. the two-year-old boy, son of Willlap Collett, a member of the force, who had requested Captain Motlatt Mm "the search. The little boy had wandered from his home at _ Coa.1 Creek yesterday about. thrueoclajK and diligent search last night to locate him. v The battalion boys made a tpleB- did forced march, hut. some of .the Coal Creek people had found the 0hlld in a sound slumber behind a shelter- ing log about eight o'clock this morn- ing lie was none the worse lor night -iii the open, where bearS-imglit have been his companions .through the night, but his anxious parents will not soon forget the caused by the little straggler- The Fernie contingent of the is now up to the full number ream- ed 100 men, and Captain MoSatt wired for permission to ada to tb.8 number. The captain and several of tie-, town, people, including Mayor UphlUj will go to Michel this evening tend a concert being gited aid in recruiting for the batUlwfci, A smoker was given last Victoria Hall to Kenneth Cprsaiio 0.: Hnnnable, Duncan Cody and f. Cfljlr: ins, boys of the town Who are going with ttie 54th, by their chums -to: town Kenneth Corsan vis the pient ot a case of pipes and and the other receded Ifrttt matches The presentation was bi Bert Black, and speeches wett al- so made b) Captain Molfatt, ColoMl McKay, Lieutenant Barns, A. I. Fisher and Mr Neutiham Captete told the who hate jet enlisted that the Iu7tll needed men to replenish its ranks made vacant by so many of the mem- bers having volunteered for OvttMi service, and this met a hearty response of "we will Tom Frattttii and other- took up a collection which netted to be invested in to- bacco for the hoys of the 54th. 20th Battery is Needed at Front SaysRev. Gordqti An interesting letter hak been ceived by a local gentleman from the Rev M. toldon who is with No. hah Fiiiia tie natt "We shall he ttelightM see.the Lethbridge Battery 1 the other ttooBS that i enu They are all hetddd. I J- lat when they come the- s wtll as their eontte rst contlncent enjoy the wort here rtn during the woie pi uga-gemeht 1 enjoyed It, nl good to heir such tales M oldiers and to ste how ,he wounded paia. ast week Aur division rest, and for eeded M much u rest ook fine tod fit another at 'IIoW ISaf this me SaftWs Uriitthnt isust be one nf attnttoili Germany out, and that long time RtGIWA MEET Harmony in First Coalition Session map, so mat sKiJiiBtb chdnips Hank Oowdy ano h r WIu Tyler already have discovered this fact, to their sorrow They saased and President Tener rrwideni wniuwj then rubbed it In by saying he would Insist upon the plavers paying their own lines, because their language to the ump hai been entiwljr unwarrant- copied, on which a color scheme wil be used, so that it will be practically a picture representing tile Mricultur- al development ot nutrlEt imme- surrounding LeHibriilge. It is probable that -the second map wll include more territory LOQK HERE FOOTBALL MATCH foothaft scheduled for at tho Athletic called otf on account of the rain No Get Yoiir fiaem Home from the Canadian Pacific An immense area, ot the most fcr- tHe laid in Weetetn rjanaua tor Halo at low pMces terms, ranging from to for farm lands ample raiBtall-IWISted from IS500, tarn; MaBce tmcnty years In IrrlBation districts, lean for fatw etc., ut> to also re tireaty year.. Here la ictur itr iwsreaarf rour farm by (etifnt adjolniit or Mcure your friends as neighbors. lltemt' ani applT to A. r. CAMCMON, OM1 lUDi of LsiMa Deal, ef NMHta) c.f.n. CAWARV WIL10NY 8KIITH fc NEGRO PITCHER HURLS 30 Kansas City, Kan, June Donaldsoti, i who pitchin tat the All-Nationals, a team compos od of plaiers qf different Batiks, hi established a pitching record that pro bably never, will bo equalled Dohald has pltchen'SO hUless tunings, Last week held the SohBleUer without a blow In nine InhluM aurin the week he let th'e K Alt-Star down Without a hit, and Week here, aialn held UIR SchmcUPfs hitless In a twelve making 30 conSecutlre In the IMBnings he swuck saw Boiialdsoh pltc in Cuba during his wolld's tour, an made the remark ihttt IfrDonaldao were while he would him. jjy V be no Turf club races ear The club hen Miss Blwicke actress, who twice a wert B This ;