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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 5, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THREE Tire organization meeting ol the Alberta Gun dull oi l.etlibrulKC. held in tlio llick-Kclil Hardware store Sill- unlay evening made it apparent that the pioneer trap shooting body ol the province means liusiness as usua! this .season. A very representative number of claybiril enthusiasts turn- ed out and much substantial liusiiicss was accomplished. was tm; il1. annual meeting oi Hie dull, winch is the oldest in tlie province. The election of patrons and olllcers or the club resulted as follows Harilte, H. Mic- bach, K. A. Wright. Hon. Prcsidnnt-r. Xaisimth. I.v H. Oliver. Secrctary-J. II. .McDonnell. M. Jluir. Green. A. n. Stafford, II. Chapman. Directors liobt. Livingstone, J. Uvingstonc, 13. J. Salil, 11. Pilling club will hold a shoot every Thursday evening. A cordial Invita- 1ion is "extended to everyone to at- tend the shoots and participate. The club will sell shells to visitors at the lowest possible price. EDMONTON'S PROUD RECORD AT THE AMATEUR, BOUTS Ten out of thlrleen Alberlii mna- leur lioxini; and wrestlinK 'jlmm- plonshlpa for IflKi ton as a result of tho tu.irnameni held ill the capital under the plees of the Amateur Union oil 11- day and Kiitnrday nigbla of last week. This Is a record w ncll a niuntcn can well foul p'Wid oi. I hu manner In which the wero conducted and the represent- ative crowds In attendance were also sources or pride to the olfic s not confined to any one division. out of seven box m., tlileB and five out of six wrestling titles were capUired by tl em. t also worthy of note thai. two boxins .hisses In which e eharnpioiishipB wont out ot the city, not iui Kdmonton boy com- Edmonton Journal. NATIONAL UAICGTIP MAutDlib mm sui Next Monday-Tuesday, May 10tli--1Uli Philadelphia Boston..... Cincinnati.. St. 1 Brooklyn Iritlsbnrg New York CALGARY YESTERDAY a picture, thin production is Ijoyouu criticism. Tho pliolonraphy and f1 "K superb Them is not a noticeable 11 iw II till' from lirsl In last. The Binning s "mil' tho offMls line, ami Uio details are lavishly supplied. As to its moral of- fuel and the of the eharacters Dieted It Is a personal and one wi.ich liiimra on a temperance discussion. A Fine Question There are lliosi; who claim mat ihe of tho boy '.vho is Ihe victim of cir- cumstances and' whisky. Is not an average tvpo, and a liood. dual could bo Ulioted to support this story, but on the other hand ihoro lire many who could attempt to prove vith equally scnslhlu arguments that the character is very "John Hurley- corn" is ;i Him that moviiiR picture lovers will not fail lo appreciate for Us technical beauty, 1C not fur that ot its moral lesson First Knielil. The widely photo-drama of the day-Read what Calgary Critics lay about John Barleycorn THE STARTLING INDICTMENT OF THE LIQUOR .JACK LONDON You must sue it-You really cannot afford to miss it PRICES 15c; Children lOc CALGARY YESTERDAY Jack London very 1'Cst'TOln In this story. The tf.lo In replete- with Mn- cliiaUiiR adventure, none of which IB ovei- Srawn or exacted, and there Is a rue, thorough' human ntmosiihure lliniiishout. Aside from Iho Ihrllllng IndJctment of John Ilarlnycorn, and the panoramic por- invil o! Iho vast rainltlcutions ol tho tiil- Ho tlio pictures ar beautiful and interest- liiu- But it Is 'he strong and virile prosell- wl ore ft'great moral has been openly point- ed and urged, artistically and entertaining- West. Scats on Sale Tomorrow At Ilcdley Drug Co. I'itlsbnrg (failed in eii-htli, Perdue and Snyclcr Harmon and Schang. AMERICAN Detroit..... PREMIER RACING STOCK OF AM- ERICA TO PERFORM ON Washington THIS SIDE I Ucston _________ j Clcviilaud. i Philadelphia Toronto Mav Forty-live Amen- can owners, including N. I'. Whitney. .V L Western, Hike Daley, Sam Loins e st. Id MEET FAILING MATCH WITH WILL TAKE ON McFARLAND ET AL AT 142 Chicago, May Ritchie, for- mer lightweight champion, arrived in Chicago from New York to open a. week's engagement at a theatre to- day. Ritchie's act will consist ot dancing exhibitions and short talks on the present pugilistic situation. "I have tried to secure a return match with Champion Freddie Welsh, hut the Englishman has reinsert lo meet Ritchie said. "As I am getting heavier 1 intend to go aitcr can owners, .V L Western, Hike Sam Loins and Billy Cahill, now ratios at the American tracks, have announced Jollnsoll aiiil Ainiinitb their intention of coming lo Canada p0.stcr and Thomas. lor the summer. Melville Allen, ol the O J C secured a list at Bowie oi Detroit 8 0 i about 200 horses which arc coming ;st LolljK 1 f> 2 ito the spring meeting at the noon-j umi Baker iinil McKec lliinc. AmosiTnrncy will bring Water- i nalnliton, James, l-loeli and Agncw. I bass the winner oi lust years lor- I onto'cup, which is now ill good form; Klcburn. Olint, Balke, liol- ahi Anxiety, Uurwood and Mimico, and a number of two year olds. H. Chicago T Walkin's string will include Bar- j ncgat, lioxer, UlacUiord, Holton, Ncwar: nc, Campbell sad Clilt Bdgc. U S WILL HAVE DAVIS CUP MATCHES TO THEMSELVES will he no Davis cup sanies this year, for lack of chal- lenges; all the countries that getting heavier 1 intend to Bo aitcr Icnges; all tie co mines UU.L itho welterweight title, ami I am will- compete for the cliany o c ing 'to meet anybody at 143 pounds, world, namely, Great Br tain. Be oium, T Irnniv Pmni-D. RuSB a. Australia, New ringsidc, Gibbons preferred. I know- lie will have trouble making this weight, but as it is the legitimate welterweight poundage he should light at this notch or relinquish whatever claim he has to the title. "If Gibbons cannot make the weight then 1 am willing to meet Fred Gil- more, Willie Schaefer, Packcy McFar- land or any of the other fighters who can make" the welterweight pound- age." IMtchie is booked for two months on the stage, hut takes workouts ev- ery day in the gymnasium. TCUiiu, muucij, Franco Russia, Australia, New ._ land Canada, Austria and Germany, being engaged in the war. So the Lu- lled States wiB have the field all to themselves. From present indications it may ufi some s'ears before any further com- petitions take place, an practically every man who has represented the countries mentioned is at the front, as well as the mere promising of the OLD COUNTRY FOOTBALL SEASON IS CONCLUDED younger players. However, events in voungcr iawn tennis circles move rapidly, even in such times as the present, and in SUCH Lillian "o ....i. all early termination of the war, it may be that next year W'i'H Bee some chpJlenges for the famous trophy, em- of the championship of tne blemalii world. HERZOG AND RIGLER -London, Jlay Four games were played Saturday in the Southern league, 'winding up the chequered football season in England. Tile feature of the four games was the victory by Southend over Plymouth Ar- gyle which determined the sal- vation of Soutiiend. The re- suits were: Crystal Palace 0, Brighton 1. Smitnampton 5, ilillwall 0. Portsmouth 0, Norwich 0. Southend 3, Plymouth Ar- "yle 1. i __ i fJaaeball Manager and Umpire Settle Differences Out of Court St. Louis, llo.. -May legal phase of the fight between Manager Herzog of the Cincinnati Nationals and Umpire Hlfiler of the National league, which'took place at.the Cin- cinnati-St. Louis same last Saturday, lias been adjusted out of court. An attorney is to make pleas of guilty on behalf of both, and nominal fines are to be imposed, and theso presumably will be remitted on payment of the costs. TONIGHT First Episode of The Paramount Pictures Tonight JESSE L. LASKY association with DAV1DBELASCO Presents the Magnificent Dramatic Classic Greatest Serial Produced Sh-h-h-h-h-; The Rose of The Rancho autifulLenoraf Here is a scene so true to life it leavasyou gasping. It is only o oi thu thousands thrilli-K rr.oraents that a-e craroir-ed into the fifteen episodes of tea Greatsst De- tective Phot op TheB'ackBox. Sec this supremely treat hero for By David Bclasco and dieh- ard Walton Tully, with BES- SIE BARRISCALE and a SPECIAL CAST Keystone Mabel in Mabel's Predicament Tlie Photoplay Serial Supreme, [5jl-j thnufl I'nil Itu tut la! The Lyric Quartette Miss Eleanor n Morsm THEPOSEOF mawaff Helen Gardner in "UNDERNEATH THE PAINT Will Positively 'Be Shown Tonight JOHN BARLEYCORN VAUDEVILLE AND PICTURES FEDERAL Brooklyn....... ,sas City...... St. Louis...... Buffalo........ Baltimore...... Chicago Baltimore McCoimell, Prcndergast and Fisch- er Wilson, Quinii and INTERNATIONAL L. P.C. Toronto.......... Providence Richmond.......... Buffalo........... Montreal.......... Rochester.......... Jersey City.. Newark.......... Montreal Richmond Rochester Providence AM. ASSOCIATION Cleveland Louisville Kahler .and Crossin. Columbus Indianapolis......................... Curtis and Coleman bchardt, Wil- lis and Blackburn. NORTHWESTERN EVERYONE SHOULDLEARN HOW is splendid form oi exercise, judged Iroiii ths standpoint of physiology, resulting in improved health accom- panied by ease and grace of'carriage; it imparts self-reliance and courage, which becomes elements in one s char- acter and finally it may prove tbc means of saving life. Realizing tbc necessity 'or action suggested by these facts, tlie Young Men's Chris- tian Association of this city will un- dertake to teach swimming upon an comprehensive a scale as possible during the coming summer, months. There will he a class for the iion- Bwimmers in the boys division hold everv Thursday and Saturday. On Thursday from i.15 to 4.-45, and on Vancouver Spokane Seattle Aberdeen Victoria Tacoma 5 S 2 506 10 2 All games scheduled yesterday ana not reported above, postponed either 1 on account oi rain or wet grounds. sion, which is held three times week, on Tuesday from 4.30 to .5.00; Thursday from 5.00. to 5.30, and on Saturday mornings from. 10.00 to 10.30. In the men's division individual in- struction will be given by the pbysi- uled. i.yjjjji swininimg class will be during the. summer months. On Wednesdays the girls have the ex- clusive use of the pooi from S.OO to 5.45, and the young ladies from 7.30 to 10.00. Visitors' Day to this class will not be held on Wednesday first. LIEUT. GEO. BALLARD Of Hamilton, the well known foot ball player, who is-among the wound- ed. after the umseinarck battle. of Winni- peg had much the better of a 13- round bout here tonight with Jimmy l-'olc of Minneapolis. forced j the boxing for the first five rounds i when the Minneapolis boy injured his left hand and despite the handicap 1 nut up a better showing in the last lart of the bout. Brown o! New York outpointed Johnny Lore pi Montreal, formerly of New York, in a 10-round boiit tonight at the Roy- al under the allspices of the Olympic club, and earned a decision over his opponent. Both are ligtit- veighls. Akron Johnny Griffiths, Akron lightweight, .outpointed Mat Brook, of Cleveland, in n 12-round fight here tonight, the majority of sport writ- ers decided, Griffiths was given eight rounds, brock two and two rounds were declared even. ED. WALLACE IS SICK I os Angeles-Ed. Walsh, pitcher for the Chicago American league team, who has hern here all spring trying to get his arm into shape, is ill and slichtly delirious at times. His phy- siciau diagnosed his caso as -grippe. Buying an Indian MOTORCYCLE Means keeping the money in the country! THERE. IS NO WAR. TAX PRICE'ON THE "INDIAN" Indian Motorcycles BUILT IN CANADA One, Two and Three Speeda Prices From: to Vanadium Steel Construction ,The Indian is recognized as the leader throughout the world- other makers copy. D. E. MacDonald Bicycle Repairer Gumunith Phone 1032 5th Streot at Westmin- ster last night and wrought defeat on the Westminsters by 20-12. Tiie game was .a good one, for girls, sev- 'cral runners were nipped at lirst in true professional style, and some oi the girls possess wonderful walloping powers, .four home runs being made throughout the. game. The Batteries weie: Westminster, Pauline Steakley 'and A. .Year'; Fleetwooel, L. Perry, T. Allen. LAJOIE "NOT ..FILLING COLLINS' BOOTS AT SECOND When "Connie" Mack sold his star second baseman, "Eddie" Collins, to the..White Sox for almost enougn money to make up the Athletics' ICES- OS of last season, he chose Lajoie, one of tile oldest players in point of sei- vice in the game today, to hold down the keystone sack tor the Athletics, declaring that a change of surround- ueoifie Kvonrn- >-1111 _.., thinking ol coming man. A comparison 01 uw -j i ,cr although be may not these two stars from the oiiening: of p-s early as Var- the season is interesting. Collins R llo -took part in ten contests with, this re- YOU'LL' TREAD ON AIR AS THE DA'NGING- VERNONS DO WHEN-YOU SEE THEIR. CLASSY SOCIETY DANCES Ireland .SINGING IRISH MELODIES PHOTOPLAY FEATURES "FALSE EVIDENCE" ALSO TWO REELS OF REAL COMEDY ADDED ATTRACTION TONIGHT STRONG BOYS' CONTEST 48 BOYS ever, that George Duncan, who j-witiL-intr ril CO took part in ten coness suit- Times at bat, 25; runs, 1-1; hits, 7- two-base hits, 2; put outs, 15- as- of the intentions of suit- Aiinca w, T J if Taylor, but even if he and 7- two-base hits, 2; put outs, 15; as- j. d" coroc, the presence ol 3ists, 28; stolen bases', -I, and error, 1. Variion Rav Duncan will mate In eight games "Larry" performed I open championship at c _, i ,._.. 1- lilts i i___ ni f.hf innSt sists, hiuieit varaon, lisi I In eight games "Larry" performed I ,f opcn championship at en U, Iis Ibusly: Times at bat, 32; run., 1; hits, Jllne one ..o, he 8; two-base 1; put outs lo; as- ,e in ths hislors of sists, 20: no stolen bases and G orrois ican rlf_____ 1 nf the road DOMINION DAY REOATiA Toronto. 4 live of the day regaUa fs EOCiatlou has decided to run the re gatta as usual this vear The pro- gramme wiil include all the i aces pie Viously run, indndme canoe, rowing and sailing contests The oarsmen look forward to a his entry 51st, includmfc Ham.inon, St Catharines and Buffalo oarsmen Sil- ver cups .'.will be oflered as nrizes, In- stead of medals. SiSIS 'U 11O HLUIell 17aat., To a fellow in the middle of the road it would anpea'r. that Collins is several laps ahead and going fast- British Golfer for V. S. New York-Word comes from Eng- land that'Edward Ray, British champion in 1913, will Harrv Vardon when the latter sails. for this country... Ray, who came with, Vardon in 1913, made many friends in Ibis country, and the gigantic Englishman's Biookline, .where he tied with Vardon .and .Fiancis louimet for the national open cham- pionship, never will he forgotten by followers of American With '.he announcement of Raj s visit conies word to the effect that .James Braid, live' times winner of. the British open title, and one of the Kreat triumvirate, is not likely, to, visit these shores, although the slater, mcnt made that he is not coimng is not made positively. It is said, I .Service GRAMPIAN.............- JJW HESPERIAN GRAMPIAN June June 24 GRAMPIAN............. Juy a HESPERIAN .UMMIH- SERVICED oifeot SCANDINAVIAN CORSICAN SCANDINAVIAN CORSICAN SCANDINAVIAN J" X CORSICAN Ju'l' 31 f I Juno 19 Montreal, Direct to at Havre sWu'SS S trom W.-R. ALLAN, G.N..W. Aaent, -Winnipeg. ;