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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 20, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta I UNSOUND MIND WAS RESPONSIBLE FOR ACT MARKETS I I S t !J S-. 3 .S- n'c. 'I Si I 5 til t t: t) Si i NVJ 1 IUJ J Iff li'Sl H I'UO Btutll _ 11 5> No i Powell of Canada Won and Scrrwenger Lost in Singles of Davis Cup Ncvr P" Sew bejnt, uer n. .._.. per 31 California per dotoa New Califomli raicoti Ouen traloni, pet Man Who Flung Himself in Front of Traceiy Had Re- ligious Mania CANADIAN LAWN BOWLERS WIN Ascot, England, June race toi the Ascot Gold Cup, oce ol rrost coveted priJes of the Ettlish Jocj turf, ciarreJ today "by aa irci- j st.w dcst similar to that whicb the King's horse Anmer down in th? whta Kmily Wildbg Pavison EOUjht zad fo'j-d death in the cauie ol the ruilitani In this case it Has a taaa, Haxold Hewitt, who eauhted Miss Daviseo's feat. According to the Ascot police, Hewitt was not "connected wttb tte and was oi unsound i T.r.zi, of a type peculiarly liable toj be carried away, Tith the imitative j 5tooa Jut.; The Casadiaa M the of their dclKiicj i ib; is-! ?iQ Uiais lit: Problem What Caused Death of Interest in Trial is Keen tbc He received the same penalty for i Frank Gray leit Edmonton last sight his act as did Miss frac-i for Cilearv to interview his pal at the base oi Ihe skull. jSani Savage, alter which he will go Calrsry, Juce o( Sector who perforroftj tba autopsy ca MiCarry ca J4. tooS tp prae- wbole slifrccon at tte fcf.r trill. Dr. H. H. rematefd sted- fssl br bis ojinioa that EOOIQ external force tad caused the dtelocstion of hemorrhage and the resultant other of tbe afier- lure at ine osse oi me J Sara ravage, am, 5u At a late hour tonijbt he was ly-iotter places, so the despatches say. j W6re Eddie Smith, of Chicago, unconscious in a hospital alter 'Maytf he is coming to Leihbridje to i referee of the light. He said that e ce js coining to to ictnte me ijgau saia mat ea operation in the the Eassstoon trar-chise to the'n" heavr were struck as far as his life aicht be.Joca! niogulj. states tbat contest and he was quite rt appears that a iout-tltib leagtie 1 there w -ill te the outcome oi aiiaits. did his best to divert the horse's course', but failed. Tracery, striking tho'man full in the chest, with bis him flying several yards and came down on'his cose- Whaller shot clear ol the sad- dle, but being-an adept at'tating.a fell on. his-back' aad roiled to safety rmder tfce raOs. In the meantime the other horses caste thundering on, one of them giv- ing tie author ol all the trouble, who lay sprawling, a terrible kick on .the head in passing. Save for some hiuises'ffhaUey -was when the King s'tnt for him he walked stiffly to the roy- al receive congratulations on his escape. was 50 years old'. Accord- Ing to the police he is 'a cultured man, having bee'a educated at Har- row atd is possessed of eood means. He .bad, however, Ehowed evidence of religious 'mania. 'A' Bible was found on him, the fly leaies.oi vhlch were lull of quota- tions, aad also a diary, in which the last entry vas made a few hours Lefoie his mad .act. it was': the wear to stop ibe Geld Cup I fcope I stall not hurl any of those jocleys. These bring out all that is worst in the stretch, August Belmont's' faro- D} ausauKKi DCS colt Tracery, a Eoa ol Rocihand, as they ssy they will. President Grav shot the Icad.'He was going hie withdraw jhe Edmonton club to a well oiled piece oi machinery a tour-club circuit. soon "had the nearest horse lengths j behind. Tracery seemed assured cS an easy victory. Suddenly a rr.aa jumped from ths rails, waling flag tasd and wita tfce other poioliag a revol- ver at Jock'ey who had ths mount oa Tracery. He shouted "Pnil up, pall up, or -I'll sloot you." REGINA GETS FRESH AND IS FINED 00 Edmonton, Jnne A. Stem- son, president of the SegiKi Baseball club, scat to President Gray this telegram "If newspapers are correct we ask that Snslatom. team be reinstated, and games played according to scied- meeting ol the board oi control be held, and official notifica- tion of your-action be "sent all clubs, otherwise we must ask Kegina-team to return home." President Gray wired "You are fined J100 for sending me threatenin telsjiam.y 'Calgary.. snateur and professional., but fo twenty-five years he had beea unable to find out'the difference between a bcilif content arm a prize fljht, The ]5rt wluiiss of tho afternooD was Joe Price, sporting editor of the Alherlarj, who. told what knew of the contest, and described the raricraa blows previous io tha fail of McCVtr. The case tten "adjo-jrued iintil to- morroir. Tfce.ttial attracted a great deal of attention, "during tho'day fho court was crowded with a dense throng, Including' numerous lawyers and doctors, all bent on hearing the espert testimony bJ Dr. iloBbler. It is evident.that the case will re- solve ilEelf Into a battle of medical ei- There were also present In the af- ternoon Rev. J. A..Clarke and Hev. A. who have been promluetit in denouncing boxing from their pulpits in Oalearv. r.. SHELBY HERE-TONIGHT'--SASKATOON MAY COME _.The Shelby ball players have prov- en good rain makers.' May they come here.every year in time of drought. The visitors from Montana struck rain agiln last night They were soh'edulad-to play at Macleod, but the elements were arainst them, and ths game bad Ho be called off. They will try tieir luck here again tonight. The game is called to- at the Ball Park, and Manager Wheeler.'of the local team, reporls the grounds In es> ;s .shape. A tamper crowd "tuiujLjs oi soape. A onmper crowd is ex- tr.ese races. H I fail in my intension j pested .out, as the real article Is to stop ibe i Fectej (0 be by ,he pertorm. ers. This Sheliy team is "some class" "Is ?iid. Bring Quaken Here Manager Wheeler has'a hlga stunt HARVARD BEAT" Regatta Course, New London, Conn. Juce won an easy over Yale today In the '.varsity tour-oared two Bile race. The crim- -Eon-hladed crew crossed tbe finishing line live lengths ahead of He Yale oarsmen. The contest was rowca in a naily rain and the rippled surface ot- the Thames .caused slow time. The offl- cial time'of ihe winner was II min- utes and 52 secocda-.'Yate, 12 minutes and 11 secondj. extending H is a sign of to JohnJameSbn on tap." lie wired the Saskatoon club, which is on the r'outi" is the Western Canada' league, to -come here for games next probably Monday and Tuesday. iVheelcr proposes to use the best players of tha local team Biofijr with the.best be can get from Maclebd and Warner, for. the games. The Western Canada Itagrie leaders would be a great drawing card here. Why Team Didn't Gcr The manager of the Lethbrldge ttam offers tba e'xcose thai U was im- possible for htn to get enough play- era away from their work to'play in Warner yesterday. Wheeler'cdncedes Warner the game He vouches that he will not be caught in tbis predicament another time." PROMINENT IN INTERNATIONAL .POLO l Whiskey M yw Locdoa, Jme firit in this country in the eltailaatioa rounds to select a challenger to uiecl KaglicJ, !ot the Divls Cup, lawn tfcnis tcophy, opjaed toiay at Quito's Part-, West If Sn'tca Cja- ada and South Africa Only the singles, conslitulin? tfeei ftcsl part of ibe nere aecided today. In first match, the Cana- diEB, H. U. uppcsfd B. F. Leslur, She South Afiicin. who loot (he first game, but i'ouell woa ths next thruc. Bsuw was called five times in the eighth samt, which Powell secured, the score 5-3, and thfn winaing his set 6-3, ore game. The Canadian th'f scheduled set by C-3. The second match cr.ded in a win fo: South At- Gauntlet! deltatir.g Schueager a ,11-9, f-3, 8-0 score. --W Iiiternaflpiinl Jersey 0. Montreal .Ballimbie 2, Burlalo Proviiience 1. Capt. K. C. Kitson of Defeated English Challengers BASEBALL National Pittsburg, 5, Boston 4. New York 8, Cincinnati 7.- Philadelphia 2, Chi- cago 1. Brooklyn 11, St. Louis 5. ew York 10, St. Louis 4. Boston 5, Uettoit 4..Philadelphia 3, Chicago 0. 3. American followers of ler.nls re- reived the results o[ the nternatlosal match- belween tho American team and Australians with i great deal of satisfaction. N'otwlih. the fact that tho Americans roo four out of the fire matches, great credit for their showing must >e given to the visitors. Tbe matches not only on .account of their great Importance, but bo- the style of play of the-tiro earns was entirely The jricJin team, composed of ilc- Williams and re- led entirely on the hard, aggressive game, serving with great deal of speed and rushlnj to tho out at every pporlnnlly. The Australians, Rice, Jones and Doust, played the older style of game for placement, driving from he back, court and relying on strat- gy to offset speed of their op- ponents. Association Toledo 2, -Minneapolis 0. St. Pant 3, Louisville 2. Milwaukee 5, Icdian- apolis 3. 11, Kansas City Western Canada Medicine Hat 3, Moose Jaw 3. Cal- ;ary" 7, Regina 3.' Canaflian St. Thomas 2, Berlin 1. Brantford 2, London 1. Xo other games. Xorttrvvestern Ko games playod. MATCHED AGAIN San Francisco, Cal.', June ager Tom Jones announced today that te had matched Jess for a en-ro'jnd fight v.ith'Al. Williams, of Cleveland, at Reno, on July 4. DOMINION DAY SPORTS LETHBRIDGE JULY 1st, 1913 Exhibition at 1 pm. Open to all amateur athletes in the Province, Fire hundred dollars will be Siren away in prizes. PROPOSED PROGRAM IM 1-2 mile !20 yards Hammer throw Shot put One Mile, Mtt Pole" Vault. Running High Jump. >mlle run (to be. run In morning of (he tfown town) I mile relay raco (tour men) Tug of War (five men to pull on clceU) time .limit. LOCAL EVENTS 'Obtiaclo race for fcoyi under 14. Nail Driving race for girls under 18. Old Man'j race (W'imi over) 50 Fat Mdn's race (200 over) 60 yards. Motor Cycle, race Entriet for evtnti will close Saturday, Jur.e Mititi all cr.quir'itt ,io V. R. Qllmore, Y. Ml C. ntarf of Cortimltfee, _ AuUrallins Unible to cope With Volleylr.j md Spud Two thlnjs Trarj condiiilielr pro en br tbst tho cet (an rollcylnr drlrlij Is superior to tbe older- ftjte of baci court secoca, that team work sill win every time agalnst Individual vrorX Tha Ausrratfan tnd tie doubles match ajilrut Mclaughlin and Ilackett. Karly In the match the vlaltorc discovered lhat Hackett was tho Vcakor and drove everr ball at hid. Although he-fought gamely to up- hofO bis er.d he and hla partoer were unibla to win tbe welt-bal- anced Australian team arid lost out in a five-SGt match. -t Tha Americans" will meet ibe. Ger- rasn teira, has 'defeated tbu French teatnT the latter part b? June s.n'd the winner or Uiis malch will plar the of tba Canadian, and South African teams. The final viclori 'wilt challenge Ibo English tho present holders of the' Davis cup, the world's greatest tenuja prize. The Uavlg cup matches l be played ID England about July 26th. ARTHUR PELKEY WAS BORN IN ONTARIO Arthur Pelkay tie Chioopee boy who knocked out Champion Lu- her JtcCarty, wis bom at, Dofer, South Ontario, October 27, 1S83, the oldest in family of 13 children. Several years ago be went to'live in Chlcopee, where he obtained work as a loomftxer in one of tbe miUs. Hn was always handy with his, fisU and after his -working boura found time to develop the art of Belf-defence, appearing frequently in private-bouts n which he 'got his first, ring exper- ence. His first important bout took place jefore (he Armory A. A. in Boston, December 8, 19J.O, be went ten rounds'to a draw with Kent (Kid) of Kewburyport. He had entered the fight without any training and his showing surprised every one. Encouraged by his showing against Salisbury, Pelkey's friends succeeded n getting him a place on the. card of the City Athletic Club In West- flald. where he met Tom Tracy, Jan. 23, 1911. Pelkey bad dona a little training for this bout, but It was plainly evident when he had been in action only a few minutes that he aad a lol to learn about boxing. How- ever, he had a which made up for what he lacked in science, as Tracy found out u-hen he got in front of ft In the eeeocd round. lie we_nt down acd oat then and there. Pelkey's next bout was a relnrn en- gagement, and this time Pelkey got Ihe decision over Ihe Newbtnyport man. Soon after Hits time O'Roiirke lad his famous while hope ttnirna. ment la New York city and Pelkey entered. Pelkcr wont up against Al Benedict of Boston, and Benedict was given the decision, allhougb Pel- key's friends still maintain that he- was the vlcllm of a raw deal by the referee. The .New York sporting writers were unanimous In declaring that Pelkey baii whipped Benedict.. TODAY'S ASCOT RESULTS London, Jur.o HardivJcke Slakes, one mile and a half, was at Ascot today by Col. 0. Lamhton's four-year-old Lancaster, 4 to 1. i. B. Joel's Blue Stooe, S to 2, was second, and Jas. De Itotheeblld's Forly Foot, 9 to 4, third. The Alexandra Plate, two -illes and alx furlongs, won by' ord Carnarvon's tlivolla, 6 to 1. J. Dugdale'B Htdor, S lo was PCC- and n, M, Ganfs Kicg 150 A 7, third. WOH1.0'S CHAMPION------- TO MEET HARBET60N Ogden. Utah, June 20. Jack Harbeteon, of Ogden, defeated Henry Erstloger, Kuropean middleweight champion wrest- ler, in straight falls, the first In tvfenly-four minutes, and the second in live and a half roln- ules. -Mika Yokoll, world's champion, has agreed to meet Harliertson. .WINNIPEG'S NEW St. I'aul, Minn., June Jones, former manager of the LHtlo Saints, has signed to manage tho Win. ntpcg team In the Northern league, and will take charge of Ihe club on Saturday, whec the club leaves hero to open a home Ecrles In ths llanlloba capital. WARMER CLAIMS GAME .The Warner baseball club has clilm. cd by default Ihe scheduled game at Warner yesterday, -which Ltthbrldgo fullsd to appear fw. It Is coming lo them. Fiiultry- Ctuclcas, live TutVevs. dressed Tuiketi. liva llva Ducki, Live. S loci- live Hojs, dressed Mullen, live Mutton, dressed Cattle- Slwrs, live ,7. Skcii, infiid Cows, live Cons, dressed .11 .it .OS .11 .....OS .U AJ. .41 .._ .11 FRIDAY'S CHAIN PRICES Wheat Julr ._...... 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