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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 25, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1915 THR LETIinRinCE DAILY HKRALD PAGE THRER Professional Hockey Title and Stanley Cup Will Go Vancouvei This Last Night 8 to Got Away to Good Start but Latterly Declined Vancouver coming n two-goal lead in the second period the second match of the world's hockey series, the defeated tho Ottuwas' tonight by a scorn of goals to :f, and practically cinched the championship. Eastern rules governed tonight's play, and Vancouver proved superior in all de- partments, Ottawa. Blurted off strong, and .had two goals lend at the end oE the first'.period, but Hie Coast cham- pions cause, back strong, and before the'second period ended, had the lead by G to 3! All .through this period the Pacific Coast champions had the East- erners beaten at their own game, and tho'result 'was'never in doubt Two more scores In tlie.fJnul period gava Vancouver a commanding lead. Ottawa roughed it up In the last two periods, and'Ross tried hard to ffet Fred Taylor; the latter was going ulrong until within two minutes of the finish, wlicn a stiff body check into the -boards caught him and he was curried off the-Ice. The Ottawn pluy- ers checked hard, and were pulled up for rough work. Neighbor, Taylor and Miickay starred for Vancouver, the former giving a wonder display. Leh- man saved many times in the first period, but in the last .two sessions the play centred on. the Ottawa, end, and lucky to keep the score down. The the visi- March lora at the western game again on Prldtiy mglil, und ;iro 2 to 1 in betting lo win again. The Ottawa p'iaycra electrified the fans with their .burst of speed In I'ne first period and they secured tivo yoals, and bad Lehman, Vancouver's goaltender, ilimcing in all dlrectibnB, llicre was not much enthusiasm .tils- played by the Vancouver fans. Qtta- W.L really played u wonderful 'gamp in this period. But 20 mJtmteB of-jCast work proved the undoing ol the visi- tors against a team: of puck chaeurs of the calibre of tho const' champions, ami llic Ottawa pi avert, saw inore pucks and players in the remaining periods than in any other game of tbe The teams lined up as follows: Lehman Patrick Cook Taylor Neighbor Alaclray Position Goal Point. Centre Wins Ottawa Benedict jllerrin Ross Union] DrofidbeiU Geranl ilallen, Stanley and Seabom. Otta'wa: Shore, Dar- ragh, Grabam and Hebert. P.eferec: Tom Phillips; judge of piny, Fred Ion. Havana, Cuba, Match hitin Jose of the citizens' committee working in con- junction, witb the promoters oi the WJ Hard-Johnson IiatfJe, scheduled- for Havana on AnrU 4, has received UOK-: itive assurance irom President Meno-' cal. that the executive officers of the republic of Cuba "are iu fnvof'bf ike- fight: "I'talkeU -with the preKjdent In his! private Esti-'amyes -said, i "As a, cpngressman, you are free to quote me JIB saylcg the president-la in i favor of tJie tight, and will not let any-.' thing interfereJ with lioldlns it. He wHl attend the fight at the race track iclth Ills fanllly and members of his! cabinet, anil moreover -will buy hia seats and 'hot be a guest of the man- agement." President Menocal has visited both Will aril and Johnson in their training quarters" and after looking tlie pair 'wants to .bet on Johnson. The president made a bet of on Johns an whoa he saw the ehampicu training- the lirat day.. This wag be- fore wlllard arrived. After Jeas put in an anpearancej however, the presi- dent watched him working, thinking he to change hia. betting tactics. -He still remains, however, .a firm believer In Johnson 'winning the battle, believing.thai the negro will be UP GUARDS AND AT 'EM The guards at the detention camp are convinced that llioy have en- ough rttii soccer talent for a. high class team, and are anxious to dis- play tholr proweas. They imve Is- sued a challenge-to the members of the 20th UnUery. The Battery- hoys, iLlwnye willing- to try conclu- slons, -iceepted the to combat, and the tilt lias been, ar- ranged for Loniglit at the Exhibition grounds. It promlaea to be a hum- mer. The guard's, motto, "Up 'and at will be the dominant .spirit, of the .game, >aud a lively contest is promised. The guard's line-up goal; R. Smith- and. Corp.-Gu'Jett, backs; Fcrmani Corp. Bennett and McGoTan..half-backs; McVean, Lowe, Sterwe and Andre WE, torwurds. The Battery team has not yet been announced. They are keeping it dark. Tbe sond citizens of Lethbridee are cordially invited, to.attend ,tbe affray. Admission free. Former Letlibridge Football Flayer, Erroneously Reported Mis- sing at Front, Busy Fighting German Many Big Battles With "Black to Friend Here Georte UOIIQ, former o[ foolbu.1l club of Lutlibrldge, Is halo am] hearty, at Uiu front. Newii readied Home weeks igo that celebrated local football star was tile missing-, and 1L was so reported In the Herald. No, Jcorge IB very much alive, und hue wen tlirough many frays and big bat- tles with Iho famouB "lllack Watch" regiment; to which he btiiangB. Newi IQH Just been received here from Bone Jimaelf, contradicting the former In- elllgence about him, and the Herald akes pleaaura In publishing JJone's extremely Interesting latter. it fol- ows, tho name of Hie party to whom I 'wan sent being omitted by request: 14-2-15, "Set. Q- Bone, C Company-, "Jet Blauk Watch, 1st Brigade, 1st Army Corps, France. "My Dear No, Jack, i alirc as ever, and hope .o continue so Tor a good number of to come. In fact, I don't think he German Is born yet that can wipe nib out; Harry Smith must have mocked up against either our 2nd or tti Battalion, probably the latter, and lib cove red someone of the same name 'v Lselor. Klck- lict-I RESULTS POSTPONED London, March are the results postponed league football games played yesterday OB the grounds of the, first named club: FIRST'01 VISION' -i Liverpool 'A, AVeatbromwlob Albion Bradford City I, -Oldhim -Athletic p. "r SECOKD DIVISION Hirmingham 3, Uuii-Cftv NORTHERN UNION Uerchdale Hornets 3, Swinloii 0. ball. In the first innings the Herald scored seven and they repeated the clfcnsc in the second, but it was the third that they made their op- ponents tick the bucket. In that eventful innings the Herald made 20 hits, stole 40 bases and scored 17 runs. It was sweeb -revenge for the Herald fur s former defeat. The game- produced a plentious supply .of ..exciting incidents .and -the. arguments ,ivere not few-. Score' by innings Real Estate ......3 I Herald 7 17 2 The teams Real Estate Me Pisner, Rufeledge, Carson, Iloss, Cam- eron, Johnson. Kane, Frcy, Carlcy, Nicholson, Buchanan. and MeArthur, Car- ley and Kane. CHECKERS cidcd to organize %'club to bo known as -St. Augus-tin's; Tennis Cluh, and the" following officers were elected Hon. Jackson, C. Ilaworth. R. T, Urymner. N. W.. Allin. Ashton and 011, and Messrs. G. W. Robinson and "All .members and. adherents of St. August IP'S cliurch arc eligible Tor membership. The fee forjhs season is two'dollars for both" lauies and gen- tlemen, and should be paid not later than April 15. Will all those members please notify the Sfic.-Trcas. immediately, 1203 phone 386. DONALDSONIMi Large) Twin-Screw Steamers. Sailings to and.from Europe. licdiiction II Cabin Rate. All Steamers. From From Glasgow- May 8.. CASSANDRA ..April 24 June 12___ATHENIA___May 29 June 19.-. CASSANDRA ..June 2 Full information from any S.S. or R.R. Agent, or H. E- LIDftfAN, .eral .Agent. Winnipeg 349 Main Street i Vancouver 531 GranviKe Street j Ewihg Springs New Issue on the Legislature Powell Hands Back CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE Only two contests were played last night in the Wright cup checker tour- nament at the. Y.M..C.A. last night. they resulted as follows Johnston S, Wright" 2 Young 8, Wheatcroft 0. Games tor Friday-: Wripht vs. Johnson vs. Stewart; vrnpre vs. Stewart Voung Vs. Hairi- ly Forrest vs. Fullerton Johnson vs. Wheatcroft; Fullerton vs. Wright. CUPS WON BY CALIFORNIANS Take Fait Polo Game from York San Francisco, Cal., .March The lands ome silver Conferee cups wero. won. this afternoon by" the -Mid- (Paaadena, Cal.) tekm CooperHto'wn iN.Y.) lour, in the flaa' games for the trophies bv a score ol to 5H gcile. The match was played on the Pin- ama-Paclflc exposition stadium., field and, was one of the beet contests 'yet played in universal polo tourna: meat being held under the that The. New Yorkers conceded four ala to the California team handt cap, and thiB lead WSB more tlicr ould overcome, tbe Callfornlans bold- ng the visitors a shade better than ven on the fiat. _. QUtBEC :AT NEW YORK Now York, NT.. March The hcckey team defeated the uebec team. 'tonight by. a icon E 12 to 6, in the first game of a ame conteil In which the total icons decide the victor. In the tint period the teams played venly, the score being 3 and 3, but 13 Wandererrijioved tome rait irork n- the second period, overwhelming lelr opponeutfl-6 to 1. The Wander- rs scored In tlie third period to McCarthy, 'the Wand- rer goal tender, made many beautl- "ul'atons. _.', ;_ IS.- I 'Apply Cram in Ni Open Up Air Pu Ah! What relief! Your clogged nostrils open right air naas- ages ot your head are clear-and you can bniaUie freely. No more hawk- BnutnfDE, mucous discharge, brea'th it ioiffht, or catarrh Don't stay stuffed .up! pet a small bottle-of'Ely's Crtam'.Bulm from your now. little, of: this nostrils, AOIWCOLTUHE IN SCHOOLS Tlic minisLcc explained his.policy or introducing agricultural education in the schools. The handicap to date is in securing teachers qualified to teach tlfe subject. This difficulty is being j solved as rapidly as possible and teachers now employed are being as- wishing to become sjstcu by the'institution' oi summer fy the Sfic.-Trcas. Scii00is at the university-. For teach- 6th Ave. S. or er.s ot the future, a- course is.being introduced into the'high schools. EK'IIsG- REPL-DIATES SHANDRO A. T'. Ewing, Eilmontoa, lollowed and devoted the first' part of his ad- dress to the Whitforrt election. While advocating biJiiifiualism was contrary to the Conservative policy it was not unnatural that. llr. Krcmar should advocate, it. He caniu back with a quotation from au alleged Lib- eral Russian paper quoting Mr. Slian- dro as-favoring hilinguaJisin. -In the absence if Mr. Shandro, Mr. Uoyle stated that he was positive that Mr. Shandro iierei: authorized any such nonsense. Mr, Ewin'g lead an affidavib irom Kremar denying that lie was a STationaIist candidate, or advocated Nationalist schools. Mr. Doyle re- ported thai oath" was ap- parently DO better tlian his word. THOSE RAILWAY GUARANTEES ilr. Ewing.declared liimsEli against Dualism .and, .proceeding, dealt railways, condemning tlie RQV-" erainent'For. relieving the guaraotsed railways of taxation for fnteen years. Ifc also covered the well-worn theme about bulk estimates and -other thor- oughly -'threshed1 out questions. lie included-by moving tbe amendirien' CROSS ACCEPTS NEW ISSUE Hon. C. Cross followed and ;retted his inability'.- to 'Jiursdny when- Mr-. Tweedic attacked he land titles Before replying he wanted to deal with a of Mr. Swing's arguments. Iif as ilr. Bwing srtid, -the next campaign was .to ,be waged on the integrity of the Prem- ier, th'e Liberals would accept the. is- sue with, pleasure. Me would.-te'glad to" take issue witli Mr. Ewirig