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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LET H BRIDGE DAILY HERALP PAGE THREE IHE CALLIES JKWNIASIE DEFEAT North Lethbridge United Won Football Match at Athletic Park Last Night by Two Goals to One North Letlibrldge Unuod carried off the honors of victory In a regularly schodnled league fixture nt ilie Ath- letic Park last evoniiiB. The Calllen tlio vietims. It wasn't exactly a well-earned one witli r streak or luck inserted at Ule el- eventh hour -which decided tlie issue against tho Scotsmen. J.ust before Hie end ot the game the United waro pressing Lush, the Oallle goillio. anil on one occasion He ovorstoppoil him- self in saving a goal and was; spotted toy the eagle eyo o[ Referee I'lilpun. who declared a foul against till) Cal- lies, which culminated in tho winning toal for tho United cloven, and sent the Scots down for the count for'the second time this season, in as many games iilnyed. J. Tennant kicked the winning goal. A good-sized crowd, considering tho threatening weather, watched the imc. The Callies began with two men short. They picked up two in- termediate players, Buchanan and Knox, who showed up well among the seniors. The game was not electrifying: tho Ciillie team was certainly not in their old-time form, and the Unlteds were Mot any hotter. Uanlug and Breimau jilayed the sains all the tlmo tor the Callies, while Fred Slrnm was the ptar'of the North Lethbrldgti scored the first after fourteen mlnutos of play. 'J'ho hall was bounded back and for- varil. and the play was fairly even. Slmin. however, gathered the pigoKln from a play in centre, out o Campbell, who made u good run for he Ccillie goal. Ho easily tho raclis and had no diffi'-ulti' in locating 'TI'IC 'piny from then till half-time) was pretty much in favor of the les Their forwards kept batterlnc the -N'orth defence almost continiliillly, hut many nice rushes were foiled by a big kick by Holland, who WHS playing a swell game. Second Half The Callies scored their only after eight minutes playing down and up field. The forwards made :i rush anil al- ter a nice bit of combination Ph'-y. Bjichanan made a kick, which landed the hail in the nei. The same up till tho last goal was was even. The Callies rmicle several attempts to score, with no success The United beKan to do a hit of rushing and to pester Lush Several nice shots were warded off. The line-ups of the teams were as Lush; Cameron and Bell; viuMijlelli w- Binning and Brennan; Buchanan, bush, Ramsay, Knox and binning. Lieut. Geo. Bone Registered on Honor Roll It in with deepest regret that the leath of Ueul. llone' Callies' football player, is recorded n three columns. Ueul. wna kilting fo'1 the a'mmis Hlnck Watch regiment m and had bran through many of tin- hottest flglila. Mis death has been ollicially announced by the war ollice atcorilini; to Information re- here by friends oi the late lieutenant, lie was killed on Alay J. Once before I'.itut. Bone was report- ed killed, but the report was later denied by Hone himself in a letter to Jack ilaii of this city. Tho sttcr was piihlislied in the Herald and sub- secimnUy other letters from Hone throwing lijht upon his rapid rise to lieutenancy anil the lighting in which ho took a' part. There seems to be no doubt'as to the authenticity of the latest report of his death. The following forerunner of Lieut. Hone's death appeared in the Ayr- shire Post May 21, which was .out before official news was given out at the war office Mr. William llone, 10 Eglmton 1 er- race, Ayr, has received a telegram from the War Office intimating that his son, Second Lieutenant G. D. Bow 1st Black Watch, was reported missing on May The message add- ed, "Not necessarily killed or wouml- cd Mr. lionc joined the regiment as private in 1JW5, and after serving seven years- went on the Reserve with Ilie rank of corporal. He was in Canada when the war broke out, and being called up proceeded to France with his battalion about the end of November. Shortly afterwards lie was promoted to sergeant, and in March he obtained his commission for services at (Hvenchy. He also look part In the lighting at La Basse and N'euvc Chapellc. In a letter to Mr. Hugh Bone, bro- ther of Lieut. Bone, Lieut.-Colonel the 1st Black BASEBALL NATIONAL Philadelphia.................. 2r> Chicago 2.1 Brooklyn 23 Boston Pittsburg St. Louis New York Cincinnati New Yort St. Louis L. Pet IS .568 .MS 19 23 21 22 22 22 22 23 24 17 22 17 21 .523 .iiOO .500 .489 .480 .415 9 3 BEN MacLAREN OF CALQARY WON AMATEUR TITLE AT OTTA- WA WITH A PERFECT SCORE Ottawa, June MacLaren, of Calgary, won the Canadian ama- teur championship at the Dominion trap-shooting tournament liore today. In two events nt 25 birds each Mac- Laren turned in two perfect cards. His fifty straight comprised a record for the tournament. MacLaren was tavored by a heavy wind which blew up after lie had completed and Uius made things bad for the other shots. Montreal, HamilUm and Toronto men were well up. Bills, the Chicago professional, hail a forty-nine. Plum- mer of Swan River, was also right behind the Calgary man with one break. Joe Jennings of Toronto, won the sweepstake prize, with George Barnes of Hamilton, second. Barnes and Jen- nings also v.'on the high gun events. Walter Kwing was among the lead- MORN'INO RESULTS Today's program at the Dominion trap-shooting tournament consists of ten sweepstake events at 15 targets 17 0 six of which events were shot I'vci-nan Wendell and Smith: Doak this'morning, and tht amateur cham- ic_a tonrott: u-llifh will nnfc and Snyder. Brooklyn '2 in Cincinnati J .Dell and McCarty Rale and Clarke and Wingo. Boston 1 B 0 Pittsburg Hughes and Whaling Harmon and Gibson. pionship at 50 targets which will no be reached until late in the aitcr- noon. The best scores uf the forenoon were made by Joe Jennings of To- ronto, ex-amateur champion, and George Barnes, of Hamilton, prose id.e-Hewitt: Seaman j will, tt illetts, Holberton and sai AMERICAN W. L. Pet. and Holland: Willctts, Holberton am Dunlop: Breeze, Bannerman, J. Ten nnnt, Simui and Campbe'il. MATHEWSON UP Famous Pitcher Conaults Specialist of Pain in Shoulder Chicago, 111., June -Mat- liewson, famous Giant pitcher, con- sulted a Chicago nerve speoliVitsl to- day. Members of the reported flatty was unable to alocip because of 'pain in his shoulder. McQraw sent Llm to the physician immediately. REGINA BEAT MOOSE JAW Heglna, Sauk., .Tune (Rough Riders made it two straight In l.ho Southern Saskatchewan Lacrosse Beagne by defeating Moose Jaw, 10 to C, tonight. Twelve hundred people Xatched the game, which was the cleanest In the history of the game liere. Moose Jaw made the ucore st.x each In the third period, hut the lo- cals 'by superior com-Mnation and suck handling added four more In the final posslon. PONOKA LEADS LEAGUE Ponoka, Alia., June good game in the Central Alberta Amateur Baseball league -was played here on Tuesday night, when Ponoka defeated Bed Deer, by 8 to 6, and took firat .place in the league standing. Ponoka Jias now registered two straight wins and has yet to meet defeat. WHITE SCORED KNOCKOUT Boston, Juno IWliite or Chicago scored a knockout Victory over Charley Thomas of Phila delphia in the seventh round ot r. bout scheduled for twelve rounds, to- Bight. irofound regret thai I have able k> obtain definite information is to the fate of your brother, who las been missing since he led his pla- iiuir _ u_ toon last Sunday afternoon (the 9th Cleveland mst.) in a charge.of the regiment in st Louis which we took a German breastwork, j jihiladelpui: and for which we have received much i praise. One or two men speak of his Heine wounded when halfway between Hughlo, with the wonderful ol Cobb and Crawford, Is putting the De- troit Tlfierfl ueck-to-neck with the Chi- cago White Sox for the leadership of. tho American league. Jennings is one of the oldest managers in the big leagues. NUMBER OF BIRDS KILLED IN WASHINGTON LAST YEAR Spokane, Wash.. June re- port that State Game Warden R. B. Wales will make to the United States department of agriculture gives 840 ducks and geese, as the nnmher killed In the state of Wash- ington last season. -The department of agriculture is gathering statistics on the number of water fowl killed In the mtlre country, and" Is enlisting the Chicago Detroit Boston AVashington New York :n 81 23 21 20 19 18 17 our lines, but the ground has been searched and searched, and I cannot think he is lying there. If I get any e news'I will let you know at j Detroit once. He has proved hiniself a useful, fearless, good oflicer. On be- half of all the regiment, I wish to express our deep sympathy his family in this anxious time, and most sincerely hope that I may yet receive good news of him and sec him doing good work amongst us once again." 17 19 17 20 23 25 2S 31 1 11 .646 .620 .57f> .512 .485 .432 .391 .334 champion, each losing three out of 90 3 birds and each scoring 87. Two professionals, White of Otta- wa, and Bills of Chicago, also broke 87 each. Kd. Shust of Hamilton, who tied Jennings at 99 out of 100 for top place yesterday, 'scored 86 this morning. Walter Swing oi Montreal, a form- er Canadian champion, lost five, his card beiug S5. TRAP-SHOOTERS' MEETING Ottawa, Ont., June the annua meeting of the Dominion of Canada I trap-r.hootins association held here tonight, it was decided to hold the next championship tournament at Co 1 bonrg. Ont. R. A. Slbbitt of Ottawa Hagerman, Walker and Egan Wye- WM elected president. koft and Lapp. It is generally conceded bridge that George! Bone best football player that had ever struck these parts from old sod. He played centre forward for the Callies last season up to the time he was called to the front. Ho probably scored more goals for the Callies than all of the other players com- bined and ever in the forefront and an outstanding figure in all the games in which he played. Boston Covaleski, Boland, Caret, 2 Baker, 11 u S. S. ATHLETIC LEAGUE Dauss and'jttcKee Shore, Leonard j and Cady and Thomas. Chicago New York Scott and Sweeney. Schalk 4 Fisher Letli- was the i gj. Louis Baseball Tonight There is a good game of baseball in store for the fans tonight. The Knox team seem to have hit their stride, and .the Travellers have been doing some figuring to win a game. The standing of the league is 111 T Pittsburg Brooklyn Newark Chicago St. Louis Baltimore First game- Newark' services ot all the game wardens in WRIGHT'S JEWELRY STORE Have a Look at our Window Regular Prices from to Overstocked Articles and Goods be ing Choice Owing to the effect the war has had on the Jewelry business, we are offering our new stock of Jewelry, .Silverware, Cut Glass, China, Silver Deposit Ware, etc., at special sale prices. See our special show windows and save money on your wedding presents this month. ml LETHBRIDGE'S BiGQEST AND FINEST JEWELRY STORE-EYE SPECIALIST IN CHARGE OF OPTICAL DEPARTMENT. YasMngton........................... 'J 2 7 1 and Hoch and tinsmith. Agnew; Johnson and FEDERAL w. Pet. .583 .568 .543 .533 .533 .488 .391 .367 The Sunday School Athletic Lea gue football and baseball schedules have been revised as follows JUNIOR FOOTBALL June vs. St. An drew's. June Andrew's vs. St. Cy June Cyprian's vs. Westmin ster. June Andrew's vs. Westmin ster. July Cyprian's vs. St. An drew's. July vs. St. Cypri an's. JUNIOR BASEBALL June vs. Knox. June 17-Knox vs. St. Patrick's. June Patrick's vs. Wesley. June Patrick's vs. Wesley. July vs. Knox. July vs. St. Patrick's. 9 10 I Brooklvn 7 13, Moselej' and Rariden Marion, La- and Land and Pratt. Second game- Newark 1 B J Brooklyn 3 b U Reulbach and Rariden Wilson and Land. First Buffalo b Baltimore 3 10 I Bedient and Blair Quinn and Ow- ens. Second game- Buffalo Baltimore 1 Schulz, Bhmke and Allen Smith and Jacklitsch. 1 0 CONTINUED PROM FRONT PAGE The note iurther declares in viow o the American government's conten tion that the Lusitauia was carrym contraband of war or that thes munitions were exploded by a tor pedo, "are irrelevant to question legality of methods used by th German naval authorities in sinkin the vessel." Primarily a Patsenger Boat But tbe sinking of passenger ship involves principles of humanity whic throw into the background any spc TTtfTlJUAf ATTflTVAT. IJN 1 JiKiM A i 1UH Alj Mfc MIDI CANADA Brimful of sustenance [action -PURE. SAM McVEY A WINNER -Montreal, Que., June Mc- 'ey and Battling Jim Johnson, the iew York colored heavyweight, ought ten rounds tonight before the anadian Athletic club, and JlcVey ad the advantage all through. In the peuing round, Johnson roughed It up onslderably, but alter that McYey tood him off and repeatedly landeil- CONNELLY BEATS IRSLINGER Butte, Mom.. June Con- nelly, Hritish heavyweight wrestler of the British Isles, defeated Henry Irs- linger of Europe, here last night. In straight falls at catch-as-atch-can style. The first fall was obtained in 24 min- utes and the second in 15 minutes. It was announced that Connelly wi'il be matched with Westergard or Dr. Roll- er here in July. Vidtrola supremacy is firmly established on a basis of great things adlu- ally accomplished It brings to you, no matter where yon live, the superb art of the worlds greatest singers and musicians. It U these great supreme in its lifelike renditions w the artists them- selves. There is no other way to become so intimately and thoroughly familiar with their wonderful The Vidrola is no further from yon than the nearejft "His Mailer's Voice" every city and town in Canada. No home need be without a to Victor Records for ten inch, sided. Chicago.....................-............ o n cial circumstances oi detail that ma Cullop and Easterly Prendergast be thou ht to the cases, tl and Wilson. principles which lift as the in perial German government will doubt lie quick to recognize and ac- knowledge, out oC the class of the.or- Riclimond 3 dlnary subjects discus- 4 sjon or. of international controversy. i Whatever be the other facts regarding Toronto I Lusjtania. tnc fact is Montreal that the great steamer, primarily and AM. ASSOCIATION chiclly for the conveyance of passen- the carrying .of more than a thousand souls who had no part or Minneapolis..................................... ]0t jn the war, was torpedoed and Minneapolis...................................... St. Paul Indianapolis Milwaukee u... Louisville Kansas City Columbus NORTHWESTERN Spokane Victoria i; or warning, and that men, women 7 and children were sent to their death i in circumstances unparalleled in mod- 2 orn warfare. The fact that more than 5; one hundred'American citizens were i among those who.perished, made it 6! the duty of the government ot the 1 i United States to speak of these things, and once more, with solemn i emphasis, to call the attention of the. Imperial 'government to the grave re- sponsibility which the government of the United Stales conceives that it has incurred in this tragic oc- currence, and to indisputable prin- First that 'responsibility Aberdeen firsts. 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