Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
MONDAY, MAItCIl 10, 1917 THK DAILY HERALD] Canadiens Cop First Game From Seattle Metropolitans; On Long End of 8-4 Score Seattle, Canadlcna of .of DID Niitlmuil lice key association, In Hie first ganio hero tonight, in a eorlon for tlio Hlnn- Icy cup, cinliloinadc of (lio tfiainiiJcn- pliip oT Ibc'ivfrM, UcTealed KoatUe, wimcr of tlio. Utlo hi Ilio Pacific Const Hockey iiEaoolaUoiij Ly a score of A to Nearly fans saw Uii) Caii.idlcns outplay anJ outalipot Uio SuaLtla RCJJ let, I "or two porloda tliu eextcni rrachs gol tho rulilmr puck liy Holnicfl, tlic a cult I u penile, nearly ul will un lone sliolu frtJin center Ice, bul ULQ final trtDto ficaUlo, ilrlvoci almost to ilosijcnillf-n Ly thn CanaiHena' lead, fotisht scored tlirco tallies. Jliiljpy llolnica, HeatUe'R coolie, seem rd to tic uffcclcd u'itli siagc fright, nnil could nol fathom Uio. [oug snots of Llio (jQimdEoTis All but .hvo or visit orb' acorCB >vcro inado on' loiifj nnU Holm03 Iii iJroUinlnary gaiura nan handled such caelly. Thu vlelHutf gonlfo, Vczlnn, dlsytayoJ otto of DID bust, games of nol guard Ing Urn1 (tio Seattle fans have ever aoen, uml again lianl close n Bhola wtlli apparent ease and tlic cun accord him most of Iho credit for loiilght's vlolory. 'J'hc vlcltorH BUflcred from 1 03, llioJr nion Ecnl off tlio Jco olglil dlffoienl occulons. Tlig Hc- RltlD no tenuities wore pluycd a clean c, am] upon (liciu. The Monlrt'M (S) Seattle lr. AlkiiiH haii imrohiitcj n now engine and (ilouglilng JUlM Mr. wrjnl (o Tuesday Jlrs. Carnlni.' ivoal lo Mre. Jake Sdilll Icfl for .Monday, .Mr. (JonEl Im purclinspfl of al the ranch Ti Ati-s. KHh Hoxtfjn Thur.siliy McCnJIum wnnl lo New Dufrich] farm noriJi of town. Mr. and Mra. Rusk and daughter, followfiiff hnuylU at ilie ThuvHday, Mr. .hnikln-, Mr. >UCnHuni and Mr. Juki: Sirhill. ?.lr, John Furs-Jin n nli Ihc I Mar: li 21. .Mr. I'cli; Husk made a ljuslncf-K tall t ihri Welsh ranch frlday. t'imiipcK, -March 13. Displaying more finishing ability, belter stick ami more system, IJjc Toron- to Ucntala registered a 9, to C victory over Iho Winnlijeg Vies Friday even- ing tit the Amnhl-lhcalro rink. The Ontario have a high class exhibition ot hockey and took a 3 goal lead In (he final two-game sories for Ihc Allan cup, 'emblematic of the Can adian amateur hockey championship. The Toronto men outplayed (he anj deserved their win, but they hard- ly were entitled lo n li-Ronl margin, [because it was only In the closing iv-.o- mcnts that the cuii-scekers had a big a'dvantasc over the Illsons. I'OKSers Yankee Recruit Throws AI Wal- ters of W. C. L. Fame Out sit First of oil leases aud demands whlcli have menl of liavc inaylrcd lEpveral of fiibn in toba rules, having; an advantage of a Oli industry (o petition whlcb 'J-EOal lead, and displaying real class.) forwarded to llic ijoverunient thn Toronto brigndc lookc like sure asking thai money whicli has been winners on the series und cajmblu of carrying eaal. the coreled trophy Today's rinnl game will be played Macon, Ga., Mar. Bank- ston, a yomigslcr of Darncatlllc, Gn., miles from here, (Kslln- guslicd liimsclf in (he six inning prac- tice "ilie regulars and (he rookies yesterday. The recruit outlieldor came tearing madly in for AI Walters' line rtrlre In tbe Mfih Inning, cauglit tlto ball on llic first bound, and made a perfect throw to Lee Mngec, ivho covered first. Laac for the rookies. YOIIHE Wallers, who hurried (loTTiii.lliDi base lino just AS' fast as INK short' legs could carry lilm was c'reatly surprised nvhcn Joe Kelly waved Mm onl. Out1 tlic decision was not even close, as life ball bent tlie catcher to (he liag.by more llian a1'foot'. U was by far liiu of Use game, and even if-the yorrtigsler does not slick u'llh the Yankees he will have something to'ho proud of. "That's tho Prst lime .I, saw. that twenty said "Only a.few outfield- after coming'lo tenns and when (hey crs havo bad Iho honor tlirowlng ____ on ackual (icvcloptuent be ouplied on rentals. U is pointed out thai most o[ (lie leases were taken uj> In 1DU, and. since under O.II.A. nilcs, vvhirli gives Hie the oulfjroak of (Im war-It Iia5 becu Dentals more nf nu advantage. fouad very difficult, practically im- II was a thnM.iag struEgle whicli nossiljle, to interest canilal in "devcl kept fans on edge for llic whole work. Consequently the mou- sixty minutes of play.' The largest !cy which has hce'u obtained which I of tlic reason on ami I nalurally be dcvotrd (o ilevel-j the conlinual din of noise onmer.t will'liave to be paid, fur leas-i cd how keen rivalry is between iuc worK reduced by1 ind West. Plenty of scoring ami tm-jtliat amonut. .Many'6f flic men who certainly of the winner until two mlti-'havc invested money in leases and oil utcfi of time, further tcmlc-d. lo keep companies affected aro uow.at (the In both Scries "18" FOUR anil Series' StudeL.nkcr lias conccnlralcd in refining, perfecting, and strengthening one of (lie ht-st full-floating axle systems evci; jnil under a car, regardless of price. In qualities of steels; in development of clcsign; in accuracj'of .manufacture, Studc- bakcr coulfj nol improve on its construction, even if it jiiamifactiircd ;i car lo sell for Tlic weight of llic car; the strain of stopping, starting am! driving llic car; tlic strain of aide-thrust in turning corners at high speed, arc all absorbed by Ihc giant strong axle housing, and till of these strains and the weight of the car, are carried on. this housing ait bigTiinkcn bciarings. in Canals" I1., FOUR .................S137u SO-il. P.. 7-Passcnger SIX K. O. n. Walkervlllo The Studebaker Garage _ 322 SiKth Opposite HeraEd. J. T. Graham, Prop, Lelhbrldqe. Albcrla About 1500 first clpsi ewes In A 1 condition. Tills is n lot. P. Fleming t CAHOO.'J HOTEL, CARDSTON Or Phone Calgary. 73 -C AND ALL KINDS OF ELEC- TRICAL WORK, PHONE 037 718 3rd Ave. S. i Express ;uu( DRAYING OF ALL KINDS COAL C. 0. D. X- Phone 1050 OFFICE AT ARCAOE BOULTON'S AUTO JLIVE RY Closed and heated cars far country trips. We make a specially ot hos- pital calls. Quick. Hurry calls si night answered promptly. Try U3. DAY OR NIGHT Phone 1206 Mar- Freddie Welsh, cliampian of Iho world, and Ucnuy Leonard are match- etl lo linx-tcn rounds before the Man- liatlan A.C. on the night ol JlF.rcli 22. Harry PoHolt, Tor Welsh, ainl Ilihy Olb'ron, frtr'Leoniird. signed 'ar play made 'in Cajit, Huston, signed n nice MUlo rumpus was kindl cd. U Reams that llio Leonard anrt Welsh bout tvns scheduled as a "luluro" Madison Square Garden hy firant Hugh, Browne, llrowno did jiot.si'En with clthc-r son or Pollok., but It Is understood; that both agreed to let their man box for Browne. Tho ojd verlj.il agree- mont again! Drownc can JioM llio.ljoicrs or tlielr managers lo that agreement If it was really, made, nncl tt must hive Luun waiiu, ulnco Olbson nnrt PoJIok "calleil (ho hpnl off' iwlic'n tlioj- that James 'r Joy Johnston had been TC- oi'lnhliElictl as major domo on Ibe old sh'ow spol'. Drownc will KiircJy ranko an effort toVlnko Ibat hout away from Iho Man- liatl.'in. A.C., because of his prior claim 'on the men's, services. Ft Is a good patch, ono of tho best (hat la Jell between llshlweljjhls. Notwith- fact that (ho men liavn mot twice, IhflTe is Kllll a great deal of.rivalry between them, boln having won a popular decision. This houl Li moro or leas of a nibbcr arid It .le sure lo bo a coot! attraction. Pollok Is ono of the managers of tho Manhattan A.C., and Jncldcnlalb1 one ol tho members of (hs "Jsmos Joy Johnston boycollers." Nice MUlc a runnej- out at Ilrst" TO-DAY'S Sport Summary the spectators en con r a gin their fa- vortlcs with tlieir checrluu. v STANLEY CUP GAFflES SINCE THE YEAR 1913 front and ate nbt'Ui a to pro- ect llicir >vhich they must eventually 1O5C if. the government is to insist on .rentals being" paid. i A iictllion is now being clrculalcJ in LothLriilgc Interested parties i will rind ine office A. J. Blacklmrne, until next Saturday. NOTABLE BHITIQH SPORTSMAN. TO" M ipunky. sure. Browne Is So la James Jesse, 10 Is Pol- lok and Billy Gibson won't laka water, so why shouldn't There wlU be. (hero bo a row? HEr OCOTRO Poster has Romo roorcaenUUvo m far lure rn to con- Rnlt with him. DRIVES OUT COLDS IEHULS10H Chicago, Mar. Fiehtr, Dallas, Texas, ItnhtwelghC wrest- ling champion, defeated John Eil- [elier, Toledo, .Oblo, in two straight falls at St. Louis, Leaders In American bowttng congress tournament al Grand RapTdc, Mich., are: Five man teams, Birk Chicago, doubles, McCaughan-Pcach- Indianapolis Indivldu-. alg; O. KallauscTi, Rocliestcr, St. Paul 'American Association Lcam lias'purchased Larue Klrby, outfielder, year with Little Rock of the Southern Association. A glimpse a( HIP rec- ord (o dale will be of Interest lit tins stage. Here it is: 1913, at Victoria Victoria 7. Quebec o. Jt; Quebec (J. Vlcioria fi; Quebec 1- lif; Quebec 1'J. 1914, al Toronto 'Toronto 5; Victoria Toronto 0; Victoria 3. 2: Victoria 1. 13; Victoria Sr 1915, at Vancouver Vancouver U. Ottawa i. S; Oliana 3. Vnncouvor 12; Ottawa 3. S. 1916, al Montreal' fl; Tortland 2. Canarileiw 2; Portland 1. 6; Portland, 3. Cnnailicns OL Portland fi. 2; 1'ortl.ind 15; Portland, 'Played six-man etimc. .Otlici Barnes seven men nnd under western mica. AUTO OWNERS WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE SHIPMENT OF A wonderful sportsman has jiasscJ [away in the person of Lord Harring-j ,011, who rilcil ui (he ago ol s eve Ely- lie always seemed ao youns i rhnt Iho ncivs produced n shock, Lord Harrington was ap UIRH ul the most; vitality. At three j o and ten he huulcd (hreo 'days j iveek and played polo as be had done in Ills jiriine. Besides, hft had many serious interests. There was IK sounder Authority on horse breed- ing iu the kingdom, and vvJial he j did nol know about bounds was nol worth knowing. KG belonged to ,lht! j firmest tyne of Knglish country geutlu-l man, liaripicsl al home nniaug lus people, witlt HUN rural interests, find all that goes to make up Knglish country life of the best klnil- would he loth lo Uiink that be was1 Ihc last of 1m rnce. for hns produced men of bis stamp from the days of Quoen Eliza bolh onward, and we hope will RJ on producing (hem lo 'Ithe end oC tho 1 Life. sizes Our prices on TIKES should iniCLcsl you. liuve large stock. Special Ford Tires BAALIM MOTOR CO. BACK OF UNION BANK HARRY HOLMAN, Mgr. '''OF'ALL KINDS COAL C. 0. PHONE 13 d5 Turner Witchcll Office al Kennedy's 410 13lh SL DRAYING Of All Kinds WesternTransferCo, Limited P. R. Frclflhl Sheda PHONES Office 1183 Stabtes 1054 AUTO go Transfer Goods Carefully and QuicMy Handled. Can riandle planes or furniture' up la 2500 [bs. COAL C. 0. D. Phone t' Flclulicr >Son Office at Alexandra Hold BASEBALL WILL BENEFIT The National league recently pass- ed a nils liint shoulil help baseball. No player can lie sold or traded by ono XnLlonnl league flub (o another aflcr August 20 without first tor Tvalvers. Tliis rule Is atmerl nt the pracllco oT alronelnenlnE pen- nant (adors At (ho expense ot second division clubs. It was prompted by several ileala mntlo last year, nnlnhly llic purchase of Sallco by Iho C.lanla, from the Cardinals; the Itmnsfcr of Uerzog to the Gbuls In csclianpo Tnr Mall.F. and Uio transaction which hroiishl Zlmmcr- nnn to New York fn for Larry Doylft, Hunter Jacobeou. and Ilie swapping 6r Fred Merklo for MrCarty. As tlio Glnuls were irlcntiflcd all of thoso deals U mlfilil lie galrt. that in passing the rule (fift Nntlnn.il IcaRtio clubs have tired a brorvdaido at M'qGraw. THE CAR_FOH CAR FOR P-LEASUBE Canadians who waiil a reliable aulomobile fully equipped wilK every device necessary for comfort and convenience in moloring, choose me Chevio'cl Four-Ninely. TIic rjualily of the Chevrolet appeals to people of 'wealth. 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