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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta 111K Brooklyn New York Philadelphia Chicago Boston Cincinnati Pittsbure St. Louis KUALD PAGE TIIHKF. FOR SALE, BY D. E. MACDONALD, GUNSMITH 407 5th'St., S.' Phone 1032 MOUTOF1IW AND KELLY HAS iPES Philadelphia. June B. Kcl lylof tile Vesper Boat Club ol' thi city, seems about to win a long-sought honor, when he will strive for the championship senior single sculls title at the national regatta at Duluth In August. There will be none of the daugei cms opposition from Canadian club with which American oarsmen have lad. lo contend at recent national regattas. Dibble and Butler of Toron to have monopolized the sculling hon- nrs of the United States and Canada for some years, but both are now in the Canadian army. With the Cana- dians out of the way Kelly, who has been beaten by both Dibble anil Bul- ler, will have a good chance to realize his ambition years. The Philadel- phlans heat Waldo Smith of the New York Athletic Club and Hooney of the- Raveuswood Club of -Long Island, bath of 'Whom are eligible for the Kelly -will have his final test before the national regatta In the Fourth of'July meet here. All National League games postponed .on account of rain. Burns Walloped the Ba Detroit, June it. Detroit rallied in the eighth anil ninth innings and net- teil live runs and made possible a. (i to 5 victory over Boston today. Burns led the Tigers' assault. He tripled with two on in the eighth and scored himself on Young's single, and in the ninth his single, after two were out, Vought in two runs and ended the game. Ruth was taken out in the ninth alter the first two men up had hit safely. Boston's fielding was ragged. _ Boston Detroit ANENGLIf llu ;ll GOLF TITLE Mrs. .Wiii. Gavin, Who Hunts Big Game and Also'Takes Flights in Airship CHARLIE HERZOG of Cincinnati Reds, who r carried off, the field un- tie was hit on the head .'hiladelphia, Pa., June In a heavy mist, which at times amount- ed the 'third rotihd of the championship singles dim the second round of the .doubles in the w'omens national lawn tennis tourna- ment were completed todaj on the coiirti ot tie Philadelphia Cricket clilb. Moet'of th'e favorites survived their 'matches. In the- similes Miss Evelyn Sears, the 1905 national champion, won from Mrs Roberta Pope Nsv Yc-1- b, de fault She will meet Mrs Alice Pat -teredn of Philadelphia in -a fourth- round match tomorrow Among the other survivors are: Mm. Barger-Wal- la'ch i Newport' and New York, who 'defeated Miss Edith Handy, Staten Island MISB Eleanora Sears, Boston who beat Mrs T H Cabot; Boston.' Mils Molla Bjurstedt and Miss Elea- Sears, Pennsylvania and east- ern states' doubles title reach- ed the-fourth round.'in todav bv taking one match by default from; Miss Katherine..Force-and .Miss Elizabeth and then defeating Miss Elizabeth Ostheimer and W? P.-Newha'll. Philadelphia, liempstead, L. T.. June There' will arrive in New York tomorrow from England the polo pony Stable of Lord' Wimborne. .Lord Lieutenant .of Ireland, who was the backer of the last international team from England to croBB mallets with the American team', whom they defeated after two 'former unsuccessful efforts As polo-lias -about ended in Eng- land for some-years .owing to war conditions, and as a number of offic- ers .who had planned another Ameri- can invasion have killed or wounded. Lord Wimborne decided I to send the consignment to Long III I and to -lames C. Cooley, the polo man- lager at Meadow Brook to sold j Faulkner the head groom of Lord is .ill- charge of the1 ppnlei. which weie purchased of the world with the idea of capturing the international cup again There are twentv four in the string Over half are ponies purc.hafl ed In and .-England. Some also came from California Kuth and Cady; Dubuc, Coveleskie and Stallage, Baker. A Disastrous Split Cleveland, June'9. Cleveland's only error, a wild throw by Mitchell, prov- ed disastrous, as it gave Washington three runs and allowed that club to win, 7 lo 4. its first victory since May 37. Washington 7 7 1 Cleveland S- 1 Johnson and Ainsmith; Mitchell, Morton, Klepfer and O'Neill. Thirteen Innings St. Louis. Jmie Sisler's hit ill the 13th sent Austin home with the winning run, and St. Louis defeated New York today 3 to 2. Xew York 2 B 0 Si. Louis S 7 2 Mogridge, Shawkey A Nnnamaker: Davenport, IVeilraan and Chapman. Philadelphia-Chicago, rain. Boston, Mass.. June l-'or the I'irst time in the history ol1 ilio tjnS Kastern f Calgary Regma Used Rifle Till Discarded. Then Fell Fighting Germans With His Fintg Ottawa. June stories ot the desperate character of the-Canadians' light in the Sanctuary wood and'of the grim steadfastness and laloi ot the men havo come to Major General Sam Hughea in the meagre cable die patches so far received the Ca uadian Eye-Witness at .the front. Full, details of the-fighting are not avail able-for; a few days. In a-.niessage1- received .today hy. General-" Hughes these tuo incidents ale told The chaplain of the 1st Mounted Rifles in General Williams hrfgade Captain the Rev H M Wilkins, a -ft setrpfL rifle When the Germans-rushed to front line tren- ches. He fired away at the advanc-. ing foe until they were on him Then he used the Finally weapon discarded, he went at the en I em} with his fists and fell thus light ing to the last A survivoi told the story Mr Wilkins is well known in the territor> covered b> the South Alberta Anglican mission Before going to the front Mr Wilkins Mas at Bow Island j 0 of RingsviUe, Out, aged 60 died as the result of being struck don n by a street car in Detroit, KEEP YOUR SHOES NEAT BLACK WHITE TAN ;