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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 23, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, MARCH 23, 1915 THE tITttlllDGI DA1LT RRRALD PAGE THKEB FROM EASTERN CHAMPIONS Ottawa Outplayed in Initial Contest for .Stanley Cnn at to Exhibition of Hockey Vancouver, C., March 'J2. He- eoilvcr increased tlirir lead, Mad lore seven thousand hockey fans the' scoring alic-r evading the entire ,00- Vrijicuuvfra, Coyst champions, tawa defence. j' Ottawa in Hit1- first game ol .the series tomtit by a, score 1 G goals lo 2. Leaving brilliant goals Lo i from slar I'lay was clean al- iliougJi llje checking close and hard. Art Koss was bad'1 -wl'th roni start to (iniKli and rushing the western fans by IU'B aggressive Ihc Senators hard ill tlie last two work ;uid drew a penalty, in the' Ili'st. periods, Vancouver easily was the I period, while Merrill was penalized best team on Mie night's play and arc warm to win tlie champion- ship in three s.traight games. It was the fasl-esL game ever play- ed in tlie west. Ottawa surprised the crowd with Iheii- end-lo-eiul rushes in the first period, which was thrilling and .i-enlcte with sensational ivork. Playing under western rules handi- capped the Senators, but they Rave a display that was ;i credit to the N. H. A., arid after tlie 20 minutes oE the fastest hockey ever served up here or in any city in the Coast League circuit, they left the ice after the first period tied "with Vancouver. It was in the second period that the secured the jump on Ottawa.. Playing brilliant combina- tion and taking advantage oi all op- enings, Vancouver gained a comiorl- ablr. lead, with whirlwind rushes'and when I he period ended had the game cinched. Hoth teams, made numerous changes in the final period, but Van- Iwjce, Neighbor started, ipr Vancou- ver alonii; with "Cyclone" Dufoi'tl was the only .player on the Ottawa team who played up to'Iqrm. Broaribcnt was bottled 'up and-.-'''was unable to yet through th.2. 'Vancouver defense. Both goal tenders- made ssn- sational saves, but it was 'Vancou- ver's combination that beat the Ot- tawas. The tcama play again on Wednes- day night under eastern rules. Vancouver Lehman ............CJoal....... Cook ...............IJoint........ Patrick ............Cover....... Taylor .............Rover....... ...Centre....; Mackav Ottawa Benedict Merrill lloss Gcrrard ...r. Duford XeigMior Broadbent Stanley .V...........Left............ Graham Mallcn Darragh Seaborn..........Suds.... Shore, Herbert SUCK TO IT MAKE IT A POINT TO A DIOU POM QIPILI OF "Y" CLAIIIt fi'adlnf of the two ladiM' n'm- namum classes at Y.M.C.A. has been satisfactorily armaisd, and with regularity In rMulti will IOOD be evident. For It Is necte- iarjp (or oua to bit nciilir IB OM'I ex- ercise. eating, sleep, recreation and all other liynieulc htblts. There I" payslplof leal economy In It. Irrfgu- larlty and 'lick, of si'item will one hair the poHKlbie There been a doubt In Liu mlndl of several of tlie memben u tc- wheth- er tte waur In the rwtamlnc uulle fresh. The management wjshaa fo five the assurance that the a'wlw- mlnc pool !s -filied with fresh water every Wednesday mornlug, for this elass. The day's order for the junior class at 7.10 be: graded apparatus ex- ercises, fancy marching, dumb-cell drill and fancy steps. The senior class at 8.30 will have a Klmllar programme, with the exception of apparatus exer- cises, finishing with 'gymnasium gam Hid Ottiwi, aUich ai.-The following Hit ol among members ol the Cenadltn jijwdftionary was oeuuvd militia department thli nornMc: MRST-BATTALION K1IIM In Action LIMit. W. Mi Utltujher, March 20. No not ol kli tU record. lib, Corporal Nathan Charles guishot toun.J. Next ol I.' fcJ. C. (rfaU'mau, .mother, BATTALION fn.'Action Private 0. Kiirls, 1. Next ol kli, rsan'v Kails, mother, Co- Ontario. T. Newman, March 2. I ill-, tyrs. A.Pclioollo. Osh- awi, Ofct.'-., i Corporal- 'F.' prelfiner, March 3. ejt of kit J: K. Brenmcr, -Renlrew, 6nt. W. A. C. MacKar. March 2. ffext oi kiii, A.'-'C; MacKav. Ren- ircw. Oiii. Wounded Sergeant.J. ijarkln, March 13, ?un- boot wound. of tin, Mrs. J. Lenin, Renlrn-, Ont. Sergeant W- Mantle, .llarcd 13, gun- shot wound.. Next Mrs. Rosa f" O o H h HAMV C. WILLIS SOLE PROPRIETOR COUS1.V Drama THE MAN IN THE Thriller THE Komnnce THE GIRL AND THE Story THE WOULD-BE Heal Comedy FIXING THEIR -Blot of Fun WILLIS AND Entertainers ncs. Exercise regularly, vigorously I'wllh enthusiasm. Give It ill your Serjeant 'W i) Licey Marc irsr. Enjoy it to tlie full. gunshot. wound. Neil 'of kin, irch- 15, Mrs. llessle Laoey', wile, Northampton road, Market. Haruuiuujli, Leicester- fcnjland. Pilvati W; Hamsay, March 15, gun- shot' Next o! kin, John F.' Harasey, Ont. KOlittTH BATTALION Sapprr D., D. Bristlcn, at first .eas- tern general' houpltal, Cambridge, There's a. murmur in the air which JO. "Keit.'pl Jlin, Mrs. dennie ndicates something doing In baseball. jBrntlen, Ont. The boys who play Hie game'here I are pulUnir llielr 'heads -togetlier and jappcnd citls, RtehnioWd hospital, Dub- HEBE THIS YEAR iutUnr their 'heads -togetlier and jappendicitis, hospital, .nt-lng views on.the possibilities lln. Next of.-.SinfrEdilh Hug and probabilities of this season. Amateur ball will likely prevail. That aemi-proresslona] stuff that wife, Erltli, tnglaad. 'SEVKNfTH "BATTALION PrititerJ.-.'Mllror, admitted to r H O i z o E H mat aemi-proiessionai stun mat was -iniii.w, attempted nete last was a fall- 'hospital Kent, March Ueicrce, Tommy Phillips, Vancou- uro. vcr. Judge ol play, Fred Ion, PENNANT FIGHT IN TENER'S CfR CUIT BERTS BETWEEN BOS- TON AND GOTHAM CLUBS Xcw as Llie open J Jig .day draws noar, docs it ap- pear as though tlie Giants and I iveic going to.stage a.inerryj little war all hy, tlicmselvcs tor the; league pennant.' They, arc tlie class bi the league' and" from this tliert doesn't SGCIII to be a ttic circuit that has even a chance to cheat them out. Critics who a few.weeks ago were howling that MctJraw didn't liavij a i Idling stall arc strangely silent' now. Urit-ics-who at -the.close of the! last season howling that his was shot to-pieces.crawled in- to their holes when -the "Little Na- out and pralihecl Houus LobcuL. They burrowed still deeper he. went out and grnbbed fot himself I'ul Pertitk.. Alathcwson, Test can, llarquarrt, .Chalmers, do thoy look'V Kudolph, Tyler, James, Hess, Da- vis, do they look li there are any pi the other six in the league boasting such ag-. Cremations' they have yet to blare forth.. Getting dowii to hair line distinc- .paper the Giants even scei'iii lo'-have the edge of the hated Hostbnites. however, are odious, as was proren conclusive- ly last October when, the dopcsters began comparing Schmidt to Melnnis, Uoal to Uaker, and Gb'wdy to Schahg- Schmidt', and AlertJc, Dpylc, Fletch- vr Mageo., Cpniiplly and U wasn't productive of .a class I H, cire to write about, and, furthsrmore; It Heft III In tha hole financially to such an exteut-that many a long day. will in- tervene before baseball on the.'aai Neit-o[ kin, line again EIGHTHi BATTALION tionary No. 1 sta- huijfitai; -St. Omer, March The simon-pure annt.ur stuff Is 'mark- ikrtpisil wo.und. Next of ed up on the boards for 1S16. Ikln, Btatrice, Bachelor, South Vick- It Is altogether likely a citysleague I ers street, Fort'William, Ont. will be formed of three or more clubs, i C. Henry Pain, Northamp- That Is what the majority of. players i March 14, gun- In the city appear to want, and there I shot wouid.: Neit-of kia, C. S.-Pain, [eve that not lesi t JeiJi ttami of every rotson to ihiu three 'weivba lanced calibre 'can be orianiivd. There will be a. called in the near future for the purpoEe of ef- fecting or pJanaiof an orfftnization iand all city clubs will be allied 'have a Tha meene will be called by Harry 0. Me- Elyea, at the instlfaUoh of the Leth- club of last leaaon, ol which j Mr. Mcf-Jyea.wai the Btcretary. BAT'i'ALION in Action 'Priratf ChaHto Lapuintt, March I. Next ot tin, Ltfmntt, Mont- PtHate Caatles E. Hunt, March Next of A. Hunt, Mont- real. Private: WOMEN AT FIGHTS '200 Wttntia Hafd 'in half V ChaHty New yprk, N.T., March A. few wMks back It looked Mike efforta. Interest voman In boxing1 had raited. But tht other night, the famlnlne fani .at Reitment artuorv, lo a boxing to una me at In aid: of tha city's poor, pMflmlitf thaiijred thilr j spiel and tiat bugs l be able to maiter (ha LINCOLN BE ACHE V The aviator whp fell to his San Francisco Bay on Sunday, March 14, He was well known in Canada :having filled engagements at the principal fairs in the country. game pretty iobn.' Thfe taurnamut was for charity, and that brought a tit of rvomen who otiErTr-Jre not WANTS TO SEE PEACES- IN BASEBALL REALM Neiv. Jlarch a -fieir ,1 o! settling the differences between1'orr Monui against any ol the. lol-.i ganizcd baseball and. the, Federal loa- lmvmB: guCf President, David'L..Fulti, ol the stiggestr ,i_. roaay bo; famuli. lie appointed by the li the fouegoing battle fronts don't His idea is that sue. offer pra-scason prospects' ol the hot- wrthe little fracas in _the history of-rights pt in addition it boanl .of .wnrrin have attended, but the almon-pure bos- ing microbe atunf some of the jit.that. VANCOUVER REOUftT 18 REFUSED BY QUINN Montreal, Km-' mell Qulno. president of announcBH be li obliged .to, d4ny request of Fnok PatrickVpreililehtVc the P.C.H.'A.. for In Lester Patrick 'to'replftee SI Hths. of' 'Who ll on the alck iror'.d'i Hirtei hockey. Mr. Qulrn t.lle. Uie-pMIUva that It would Iw opening all kladi ol loopboles Hopey, March Next ol kli, George Hopey, Dor- Mwi. Berpwnt Thoniu Moore, March I. Nelt of 'kjn, D. Moore, wife, Montreal. Ckula Malt.y Holt, March 4." Q[ :lia, Xillicait Molt, Dii- THIRTEENTH i ipritate. Wllfrsi .Ckarle. McDonald, admitted BlliUrf ;Shorn- Next ol. kin, .Hisa 'B. IlacDon- Box 1031; Prince Rupert, A. BR1CMDE, C. F -'WohnaVd Uitut Itoseit B. of Msrtba Thadwrar, Rose- elilte Park, Ottawa. NO. a riBLO AMBULANCE Wounded Private T H. C. ilorian, hospital, .j -'--ihot wound in Morgan, To- ORPHEUM VAUDEVILLE OF QUALITY AND PHOTOPLAYS DE LUXE Big Miners' Benefit For tha Aid of Deatltute Mlntrt' F.mlllM. The Miners' Band will, glva aome Popular Seltctloni. Lionel and In a: "Domestic Blizzard" A Family Skttch that you ih'ould Jiught In 15 minutM. Dolly Freedmaii TKt Canada iing- Ing.the Popular Sung IN THE CLUTCHES OF THE .KU.KLUX KLAN A Stirring Thrae Part Fiaturt daallnf with tht decdc of thli famoua Taken thi book of the tame name. IN THE FRACAS A Comedy Fuif of Excitement .and guarantied liughi STOCKINGS Undiluted Laugh- tar that la a aura cure for the bluea. Budget Debate Still Drags CONTINUED PROM FRONT PAGE than tbe market price for the war gift and the farmers' company 3 cents, constituting a loss ol oyer six thousand dollars t-o the province. Hoi. A. J. McLean .explained that there were no oats in Winnipeg at the time, and two alter he boufht the oats Hon. Robert Rogers wired, offered two cents advance on the prices. Continuing the speaker objected to tbe elevators getting the business at all. THOSE BASSANO TORIES Proceeding, Mr. Campbell intimated .hat .the 'Bassanp Conservative execiir Ive bought by a- promise ol a bridge 'to let Mr. Mitchell have at Lcclamation In Valley. Mr. Mitchell defended Bassano Conserva- factions. the grand old game then-all dope is and tlie dopcstars should be sent to Belgium. The weakness o[ the Giants last year, was attributed to" lack of National, '.Amcricau, other Bood pitcher ami a weakness at minor ]MglleSi the .nlayfis and' the third. Both have been niled-and most .pubiic.acting through ably. Weakness of the there voters' .association should outline broa.d-pxjnclplea.foL the future government oi .baseball anil assist in the lorination gdr crning body of; reproscntativcB o' .tt" an go on flghtiuig indtflnlti tho minor leagues cii4 Jimniy'Walsh'is being touted as a likely, first 'biiscmah on 'the Atlletlcs it Connie .decides to send.Stuffy Mclnnes 'to 'base -to replace llaker. ;tlons.are so serious 'that clube will this, year 'be :able cs. players will be working at cuts ol 20 to 39 per cent, on-their last'year's salar- ies.1' Giipij Coached Darius Resta tof Bctory secret ol Rcsla's'b'rllllant driving In .the receot Vnnderbllt snd Urund 'Prix races nt of which he won It Involves liie cul- prelty .rnmaace. A few Yeats ago Kcsta met tbe sls- ler o! Wlstiart -In dear cl' Xunno'u. -Their 'acnualritance- ahip .'wae; but brief, yet 'resulted In a tuVreajio'iluuiice, after ili'ii h'acl agnlu taken up. their permanent abode oil different sides of tlie Atlantic, that Knon oVdlved. Into moru-.-.tliau; friend-. U.-'Waii nut long.'.until' niatrlmQny 'was a frequently dlBcusaed topic 'be- tween the nalr, the oroAu offered a .With the outbreak of war, however; atid :thce conBequ andonment ot rwlnj abroad, 1 unity came, and soon Reita KM on his way to eee hboth'brWe and lune. -..i; The bride came and UIM beinp married immediately after, hla arrival, andlthe rwt U tury. addUlon, ro-itv age to win at grots will he rixvd for Ilwulli of checken lait night at the Y.M.C.A. were fol- Iowa: Hamly 6, Wbotcroft 2; Hatre, Rnd S, Stewart 3. Gamea schWuled for 'WcdnMday Wrilht Jobnttm; Tounr- Hamlr; Moore atevirt; rnlltttM; The taunumwi ol the month, and player, .hoild an effort to flolib Dp' by MalcKW not flltokM oil achwtiited will he Ifit by'iirtittlt Pltyiini their pimei tc wbpn' .they mevt on mraje bun flie4 by tae com- mittee. The ihembertblD.fH of 2f. ceati ll to the: Tquntv-. BOWLIG .Skeith'r learn defeated Jones' in1 IhrteKamj. at the "Y" last night-IB- -tournament: Skeitn wu ibiMJni 'anil Falrhurtt 'played- as'siib-" slltuleV, 21.- IS'. Mcllyeiia 13 jli-' Mawt, 14, junihot wound in -Next ronto. PRINCESS, PATS Aotlo'n. _ _ ___ LiMt: ;f Eardley- 'Horn such and" the sneaker had to withdraw the state The.natural gas company was {next attacked tor raising rates in Severely Wiunded i Southern Alberta, and he said the .vPtljate.O, .M. ;Wriiht, No. should tax this'form ol fcesnltfj, .Boulogne, gunshot [unearned increment. Mr. Tweedie iin--. land. Neit. of kin, O. (moved the adjournment of the debate. Wright, Toronto. ______________ W. j. jiahood, one of-the oldest al hojpltal, l> Tteyort, gunshot business men in Kingston, Ont.. wMkd In "ol.kln, it the age.of 81. He came Btokn, i Canada from Ireland in '61, and SerloMly III; I tired from business in'92. I EMPRESS i BIB The House of Big Things STOP TONIGHT There will be feet of Am us. Ing and up-to-date motion picturet, including a First Class Keystone Comedy AT THE PICTURES TOMORROW AND THURSDAY A great Paramount Picture fea> turing Max Flgman, the mart with a reputation, In WHAT'S. HIS IVAME A unique comedy of itage life. We confidently recommend trili to 1 overt of good clean photoplays Friday and Master Mind, and the ifrat eplaode of the greatest of The Mystery. LISTEN To Empreii Orchestrm MAJESTIC Next Monday and Tuesday March 28th and 3Oth C. P. WALKER.OFFERS A SELECTED COMPANY OF PLAYERS IN 3 If Treaort, lever. Next ol, kin, 'Mrs C. E. Smith. Hali- i'' F Wounded Corporal -Leslie Pucoe, No, _ of, kin, Mr. Cdrawall, -Enj. ound i Your System Demands Hugh -A. H. Nmt ol kiB, Dr. G. S. Londcm, Out. RAOC Mdi poaM tktT plotted M winners failed to; their beak rolls. In ita Kiting tbe bH.gODf In the that's tbe tbe IkMori It depod." A fair Iron wt In in offjce'. In WIMam Inferiaatlon from etf ab. Jones Windllifton Ku'Sitlbn JO tl 27' on win. brpufht out tin "huh bronht