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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta ItHUBSDAY, JUNE BRIDGE PA1LY HERALD PAGE RERMUDA JflrSOt SALISBURY WILLIAMS: GREENE BERLIN. ONTARIO Olio of the moBt interesting game of lawn so far this season played on the Empire greens las night, when tbe second of a series o matches was played off !The play was BO even that it took th last bowl to decide the contest, tw placed draw shots by Mr. P. Fort gave the Empire club the game b three sh'ots. This makes one Sam each for the'Gait aud Empire clubs The third onp will take pluce on Fr he city are of Indian make and it was decided to call the organization ''The Indian Motorcycle Club." D. E.: JlacDonald was unanimously chosen for president of the club and Vincent" Parks, secretary-treasurer. Both are ardent workers and hot motorcycle enthusiasts and can be relied upon to till, the chief offices thoroughly and energetically. the shape of a medal. FIRST RUN The first club run will be'bcld next Sunday morning. The boys will leave Lcthbridgc at 8 o'clock, going cast to Taber or probably to Grassy Lake. A captain and lieutenant will he appointed to supervise the run. The promoters of the club are elat- ed with the success that has attend- ed their cliorts in organizing, but they are alter more members yet and anybody interested in joining will re- ceive tile glad hand from any of the officials or members. NAMES OF MEMBERS Here is the list of members lined New York Cincinnati Jtathcwson, Schauer, btroud Meyers Benton, Lear and Magrath, June Day will bl) fittingly observed in Magl'ath, the celebration lining under the di- rection of the aKi'iculturiil society. Secretary Matkiti is predicting one of the biggest days in Hie history oi the garden city, and she has seen some lively times in the past. Tbe day will open v.'itli a serenade ot the town at sunrise by tlic Citi- zens' band. At 9 o'clock a patriotic service will be held at the "Mormon" church. This program embraces some of the talent available, bo'th musical and John H. Bridge will deliver the main the afternoon at the cxhibitiui CANADA and Wingo. Boston M.iclcod, Juno with 1 10 With the leaders aud tsU-onders in tbe aiwrnooii ai- me cxnimuon u n 23 30 13 19 L. 20 IS 23 22 28 31 32 .P.C. .615 .593 .591 .521 .511 .417 .380 Humphries, H. Schweitzer, C. Cleveland Schweitzer, F. W. R. Downer, E. Nei- Boston W. Howes, G. Parsons, H. John- son, J. R. Kiscbel, J. Lowther, J. Lloyd. BY THE WAY What a splendid corps of the "Home-Guard" the Indian Motorcycle club would be. Thomas. St. Louis-New TO SELECT TWO BEST ATHLETES IN AUHM If Charlie White continues to flat- Jen his.opponents at his present rate will not be long before the Chicago iightwelght is the greatest drawing icard in the ring. White's decisive victory over Charlie Thomas of Phil- adelphia in eight rounds at Boston, Tuesday night, was his fifth straight knockout. This IB a feat entirely out 1 10.5 L Palkenberg 8 10 1 .0 41 Andojson, aek Turner and j Wright and kept her in _____, r_.t, H. Kindly; sports, j [cr some three vves'is, i Edward Hodges. j tunlly selling her to Otto Btccle, horse dealer for SD5.00. HURLS I Details of Deal BOMBSl mce'.e, who was called by the mer cru-wiyu miu u uuci, Bear by. The Germans were prevent-] years ed by our rifle fire from approaching...... They lobbed hand grenades Into the crater. "All day long this British soldier remained in the hole within a few 7 1 i 1 uao Prendergast and Fischer Ford and 83 Kansas Citv Baltimore Packard, Henning and Easterly Brown, Quinn arid Owens. Pittsburg Brooklyn Dickson and Berry 2 3 Seaton Land. INTERNATIONAL sorn Downs, cancelled this year on account of the war The winner was followed home by Let Fly dale horses start- ed Today's race, was stakes of etch, added bv Lord Derby, and was Buffalo Providence Rochester Montreal Richmond Newark Toronto Jersey City Newark Providence Rochester Toronto Richmond v Jcreejr City W 22 28 22 22 21 17 19 16 L. 14 17 19 21 21 21 24 25 PC., .611 .576 .537 512 500 .447 .442 .390 e can ma finish, the job ot beating out Detroii wi'il be abo.ut all the work Boston and Chicago can carry for one summer. The basic requisites in.the make-up of one seriously essaying tennis de- velopment, might be divided into two classes: First, body-physical fitness; second, brainrmental fitness. Under the head of physical fitness, the first ecesslty is that the successful ten- Is player must be strong, not abnor- mally so, but possessing the stamina b enable him to pursue bin opponent's hots to every section of the court iroughout from one to three hours' rilling slay, and also the strength to Oliver the .punch necessary to is strokes speed and impart a sting o hU strokes, that they may reach aelr destination in the shortest pos Ible time, and be of sufficient peed to make their return difficult Stamina is essential, too, that tbe rain may ,work at top efficiency hroughout, for when one flags pbysi- ally in a lennU match the brain rets at the shortcomings and is as a consequence unable to ful fill Its regular functions as effective- There have been many players he history of the game who have lacked only physical fitness to be come champions In many eases they were par excellence in strokes and tactics, but failed to reach the apex of tennis achievement because the} lad not stmmtaa to play a sus- ained high-class game throughout lard fought and protracted match yards of tbe Germans; nicking tiurling back bombs with. wKn-u was pfited. At night lie orawjed safely back to our lines." When the Germans stormed aud captured British trenches jiear Ypres, a British, officer and ten men refused to retire. Surrounded by Germans, they stuck to their trench and held the'cermans at bay. all day, withdraw- ing at nightfall. wn a or e icking up and i to takl, witnes ith, which tne course oi Buffalo Montreal for horses entered for the Ep- row, ac prorai.Hi, to be t hot one, and is editor 6 15. call- ROLLER BIAT MAN F B RMttr. cbam plon of America, defeated Joan Tigtn In an eiolthig bout at the Hoab. touraunent Rollel threw hii opponent by a re verm Ix-dT loci In fifteen nmutes and forty It WM at the most ,__i._i_ IVA Mitlva iklltul entire som Derby Among tbe starters were August Bel raont's Danger Hocl; and H B Duiyeas Chickamaugua, The betting against Porn mern 11 to 10 against Let Fly 10 to 1, and against Rosen- dale 10 to 1 Pommern was the- winner of the TMO Tho.u'sand Guineas Stakes at Newmarket on April t SNOW MARTEN WINS NEW OAKS Louden, June New Oaks Stakes of 20 sovereigns with 1000 added, one mile and a half, for three- yesr-old fillies, won at Newmark- et tedsy by L. Neumann's filly, Snow Marten, 20 to 1; J. B. Joel's Bright, 7 to 1, wss second, and E. Hulton'i Silvertsg, 11 to 4, third. Sllverteg wss second ind Bright third In the One Thousand Guineas, which was won ay Vsuoluse, today unplKtd. The field numbered il'l sUrtirs. AM. ASSOCIATION ndianapoiis Louisville Cansas City Milwaukee St Paul Cleveland Columbus Minneapolis Minneapolis Columbus St Paul life Milwaukee Indianapolis W 84 29 29 25 24 20 20 10 L. 19 22 22 26 26 27 29 29 P.C 616 57( 57 .43 47 42 .40 CALGARY EXHIBITION Residents of Southern. Alberta will be particularly interested in the Cal- gary exhibition tills, .year, as.-_ tho members oi the 13th Mounted Infan- are to take a prominent part in the :programme, together, with their )and. All the troops are -to be: on the giounds on the opening ili> of tne air On llomlai, the 13th ;roopers, undci the command ol Col vemmis, the popular Pincher Creak imcer will put oh a special' pro- gram, consisting of drills, md marches. There are single the rates oStc.e-1 all through and special exulisicn trains fare fair on Juiv 1 and 5 Ihc band ol the 13th will take part m the military tattoo which is to ic given each evening bj the fne militarj bands massed The batta- lions each give their performance on the dajs of the exhibition which have been named alter them RAIN BOTHERS TENNIS PLAYERS Hackett, Paired With W M Hall, an Winner in Tourney New York N Y, June In terefered with tie Metropolitan ten ais championship today Before the downpoiur, R B MoClave of Pennsyl vama won his Blace in the round pre ceding the semi-finals He beat E F Thomas, jr H H former national champion, contested in the doubles ntth W "M Hull as his partner, in stead of F B Aleiander They beat J Warren and H Vail, some ten or Hamilton vas the first man he had n he had a bill of sale. This did not ap- meet with the approval oi for he at once proceeded less to task, and dur- isi- oi his remarks said me to inform j on that you are a very careless. horse bujcr and will cause endless trouble hid better get- the advice oi sour solici- jr in future.'" In defence several witnesses stated that accused had spoken to them about the mare, but apparently no one had seen her outside of the accus- ed himself. Hamilton also (Save evi- dence on his own behalf and sworo that he purchased the mare some three vcars ago from a travelling man -at ;Lundbieck1...and put her out to pasture in the: bills, but soon af- ter he got into trouble and was sent tO'tErimonton.-; During the time he was absent the mare not away from the pasture and 01 returning to the district he start- ed looking for her, and eventually lound the male, the subject ol the charge, on the reserve. His mare was- branded 7 U and answere'd the de- scription oi the stolen animal, and on looking at the brand he mistook the. marks T W for 1 W and tooK hor away and sold-her. In cross-examination br _fehe crown prosecutor accused admitted there lias no such brand as 7 W in Canada but there was in Montana. Evidence n as also cai ed for thi defence to prove that it would be quite easv for a person who was not a brand reader to mistake the brand been named alter them. a brand reader to mistake tne nrai It, has neier been possible for the marks in question, as the brand wi people of Uberta to see sis. thout- blurred. peope o and trained troops assembled in this Accused Broke Down HIS Honor, however, found ami IA..IM.... prounce before, and this event alone would make the exhibition a success ton penitentiary, the sentence to run will make thf Calgary khaki fair well worth attending HOPES TO CAPTURE LEMBERG BY JULY 1 London, June Macken- sen has telegraphed the German Lrn peror that he hopes to capture Lem berg the capital of Gaacia, before July 1, according to a dispatch to the Bxfhange Telegraph Co, from Am sterdam. GRAND DUKE DEAD Pptrograd, ila London, Tune" 16 Grand Duke Constantmovitch, presi dent of the Imperial Acadomi ot Sci ences and bead of the department of milltars schools, died last night of heart dsease at the aga of 57 He was a member of the reigning family and his ben is Prince Jean Constan NORTHWESTERN Spokane Tacoma Vancouver Victoria w. 33 30 Seattle'.. Vancouver Victoria Aberdeen Seattle Tacoma Spokane L. 32 26 27 il 33 P.C. .693 .MS Mfi .MO .157 400 10 WHITE'S SIXTH VICTIM Sew Tort, NY> lune 17-Charley White, Chicago lightweight knocked out "Yortg" Brown of this cits in the first round ,of a ten-ronnd match hero last ntebl. Brown floored twice with volley lefts before go- u for the finsl count from a left hook to the Isw While welihed 1S5 and Brown 188 pounds This is White's stein victim to ?o down to defeat over the Imectout route LACROSSE TOUBNEV AT COAST Vancouver. A champloiuWp la- crosse toarnniBMt, oeen lo the Junior intermediate and senior amateur teams ot the province, will be held in the probuWy in connection with promy i Ike nhibltlon At the next of the British Columbia Anmteur Ucroaae assocla prellmlMirr steps will be taken to hold fte effort will be mnde all cities repre The tounusttnt will be con bf recently orffinhM la crosM body ch.mptoeihlp em will U offerM In all divisions. on penina, e concurrcntU with a large portion of an unclpired sentence of three years for a similar offence on which accus- ed was released on parole On hearing the sentence completely broke down, and three A oimg ladies who were in court alM wept bitterl} n M Campbell, K O appeared lot the crown antf'Joseph Hicks for the defence. ON JOB AT ONCE London, June 16 Central .News dispatch from Amsterdam rf ports recpived from Cologne state that tbe recruits of the 1916 draft, Trtio weie ordered last week to preptn for service, will be summoned to ors today, instead of Jn October, as had been proposed AUCTION SALE Saturday Afternoon JUNE AT Z O'CLOCK PROMPT AT No. 534 6th Street South Y FRANK WABDINGTON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE nd effect. Including -.Superior Ojk Chtajr CeWMI, -r.hlo Snleodltl Oak Wtnlrobe, douuie uoors, UCCMISSH ining TiMe, Splendid Oak wsrarooe, oouuie t ;