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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 27, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1915 THE LET If BRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE 10 A SILL HOTEL Jack Johnson defeats WilJan] when they meet in tlicir tor- ly-fnc-round world's championship brittle on IMuuday, April ft, he will re- iimin in Cuba, become :i citizen of the and ungugu in Uic hotel busi- ness here. Already n syndicate ul Ha- business men compniiy to hack JohiiMwi in ;i llc hold and health resort, in Ha- vana. Vancouver, March their a new team ;uul swept the vii-itcrs off Jliird straight victory, the Vancoii- their feel. The play WHS last anil rcr, Pacific Coast huukcy champions, j checking hard hut only a few pemil- limighl defeated Ottawa by the over-Hies ivrre Jiamk'd out, and ilicsu were i-iiMmiiiT score of twelvu guals to Jar minor oncnccs, SKltllflS SCCW15 3B TO S On the series Vancouver scored to 8- Altar the game tonight Smith, ot the Ottawas, tjaid he hud no excuses to onrr. "We were beaten by llic team we ever played. Vancouver played Ihe best hockey iuiii deserved to win." The Ottawa players will leave lierc on Sunday for Sim Francisco, where they will lake JM Lhe fair returning homo. Vancouver Ottawa Lehman Item-diet three und won the .Stanley cup. Six thousand fans saw Vancouver turn Ihc trick. It was Uic twelfth straight, goals to 8- Altar rictory .for (lie champions, coiiuLiiiji} Coach Smith, nt tin previous exhibition and league match-" IE. OttaM'as. Tor twenty minutes cliani- >ions, held (tlieir own and were even R-Jth Vancouver wJicn Hie first period nuled, but they were unable to main- lain the pace "set hy the new cup- aoldcrs and in the remaining periods outplayed in all departments. Dnly Benedict's sensational work held Last Night ot Harry C. Willis and Jerry and Sarah As time goes on I will not rest, till my good is better and my better is the BEST Always a warm welcome from Harry C. Willis at Tonight Raindrops and Girls Tonight Universal Weekly The Circle of Gold THE MASTER KEY JjilSl ot Hazel Dell The Nineteen Year Old Chicken Havana, Cuba, March fight between Jack Johnson and Jess Wll-i fsrd, which had been scheduled to take place here on April 1, for the heavy- weight championship of the world, has been postponed until Monday, April 5. 'ORPHEUM1 VAUDEVILLE OF QUALITY AND PHOTOPLAYS DE LUXE ihe .score down. The play was con-i Patrick .............Point............-. Merrill riant to tlio Ottawa end and the! Cook .............'...Cover............... Our aid Keimtors had four men hack on the Mnckay ............Centre.......... Darragh lefcnse trying 'to stop the rushes of XtjigJibor Ui'oadbpnL HIP Vancouver Rav'c a wander- Stanley ............Wing............... Graham lul display and the issue was never )n doubt, Two goals at tljc start was ivcrcomc bv Ottawa -before the first periods.closed, but after the ten MIJH- rest Vancouver started 'out like Mallen and Scahorn Ottawa, Henerl, Shore and Dnford. Hefercc, Tom Phillips. .Iiulge of play, Fred Ion. HOPEFUL BOXER BEATEN Harry Bingham Stopped by Frankle Fleming In Fourth Round at Montreal Montreal, Quo., March Binglmm, a local fighter, and one of the raoat favored as a contestant for the Canadian featherweight champion- iliip, quit after four rounds in u sched- uled ten-round bout "with Fran hie Flem- ing, the title holder, tonight nt Ihu lUantrcal Sporting dull. BiDgliani was badly cut up himself, but landed on Hie champion seldom, ana1 then oniy when the champion left an opening to gain one himself. Bingham wti3 hang- to the1ropes nt the conclusion of the fourth round, trying to avoid pun- ishment. When the bell rang for the fifth, he refused to go on, conceding Ills defeat. TRAP-SHOOTERS, ATTENTION! The Alberta- Gun club wli'i open Its 27lb aeaeon with a practice shoot on Good FridH.i- afternoon at 2 o'clock.. All the club in 13H are requested to he pre- sent. All shooters, if members or not lire always 'welcome. JACK BR1TTON New York, X.Y.. WON March EASILY BriUon, Chicago lightweight, easily de- feated Ted (Kid) Lewis of England, in n ten-round bout here tonight- The Englishman had a shade the butter of the first three rounds, hut Brltton was greatly his superior throughout the re- umimler of the bout- Roth men were overweight, Britton Ml and Lewie ALBERTA HOCKEY PLAYERS DISTINGUISH THEMSELVES IN BIG CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES In its comment, on the first sheet wherein Uic name of Btoadbent ihe world's scries.between Vancouver Joes not appear at all demonstrates JT i- how we he did it. Earner ta i-cd mul Ottawa, the tuning. first goal ami bu'was out Province has the following on the o[ lucl{ JH not several oth- thrcc former .Alberta players, Cook, crs. lilackay and Stanley Jlictcy Mackay held up his end in Lloyd Cook was a prime favorite centre in stellar fashion, and though M'ftli "the gathering, and lie cJisting-Mie lias been in the limelight more uished himself by some splendid puck- conspicuously on other occasion, be carrying. Lloyd's most impressive dirt everything was asked ol him feat'from the standpoint of the night and then some. Slickcy tators was when he brought Duford [scored one goal and helped to score turc MuiiLi! Cuilu in the holsl, hatlis, swimming jiunls with scill, water From the Oulf oi .Mexico, a gigantic gyni- far men and anolhf.T for wo- iiitn, and a liotiM with at li-asL TiOO rooms at reasonable charges. jers antl chcls will he hrnugijl from I Ihc United Slate.1; and Lin; hotel will lijivc ily own truck garden and dairy outside Ihu city. I expect to make it (he most poMul'tir hotel on Hie island and more; than already has hecu pledged toward the project." .Johnson has receive1.! assurances that after he is in I'ulm for one year Jic nil] alioived to take out litsL citizenship papery in the island re- public, j FED DEAL RESULTS IN TANGLE Involves Brooklyn, Newark and Kan- sag City Players New York, N.Y., March the result of the transfer of (he Indian- apolis fiub or the Federal league to Newark, end the return of the Kansas' City team to IhHl city a tangle involv- ing the players of Lhe Brooklyn, New-1 arfc mid Kansas City clubs developed today. The makeup of all three clubs is likely to undergo a change, it is saM, when the league officials meet here on Friday Lo adopt, a schedule, promulgate the U-.-.nsIcr ;md settle dis- putes. According" io prominent Federal lea- gue men Robert, D. Ward of the Brook- lyn club, ns settlnnienL of a dsbt of arranged for the transfer cf Fred FnlUenberg, mlcher, and Kenny Kauff, star outfielder, iropi ludian- ttpolls Lo Brooklyn. In consequence, when tlie'league gives Hie Indianapolis team over to Harry Sinclair and 1'at- rick Powers, the Newark owners, it wij] not include the players named. Powers today insisted that ho would not accent Ihe Indianapolis club un- less It included r'alkcnberg and Ktinif. LAST TJ3I13 TONIGHT Lionel and Winston in The Boy or the Regiment" A Real Dramatic Sketch that pleases everyone.. Dolly Freedman Canada's Nightingale in Popu- lar Song Hits Hand of the Law A Thrilling Western Feature full of Live Action throughout. ALSO TWO REELS OF LAUGHTER COMPLETE TO- DAY'S PROGRAMME BUCKSHOT up sliort in the third jipriotl and scor- anothcr and between time rendered noble service to the defence. Altogether Jt was one grand even- ed that six-second goal by a louc rush. Fml Taylor dazzled the Otta- was hy his great rushes, and though they checked him as closely as pos- thej" eouhl not prevent him Rood all round and the majority of getting goals, two oi them coming'the spectators left the rink pretty from his stick. Barney Stanley, with well satisfied that the historic Stan- only a month's experience in proles- ley cup is due for a sojourn on the sional hockey, was called upon to Pacific coast for the first time since look after Ottawa's champion goal-: Lord Stanley presented it for com- gcttcr, .and a glance at the score i petition some twenty-two years ago. We are receiving the usual news from (he Chicago White So.v. After almost a month of training the players nre in worse condition than when they left home. The courts are atlll delaying their decision, but'we notice that George TOWN WITH FREE PRO. BASEBALL (By Hugh S. The idea would mean the biggest across the hreasis. The Florida rod hug has attacked the Philadelphia National players. That's the uniy one Lhoy didn't have before. Smith of the Chicago Whales TVRS hit on the licnd so bard he sprained his proving himself Lhe equal year .by reason of their victories of Heine Zimmerman. I In the seml-tlnals. Chelsea Everton on the Bob Fitzsimmona is going to be mar-1 Aston Villa grounds by the score of ried again. We hope he gets a spar-! 2 goals to 0, and Sheffield United won. Coming Monday BILLY STEWART Comedian from Brazil, where all the nuts come from. LA VALUE AND RAB1NEAU The Dainty Maid and the City Chap. Sacred Musical Concert Orpheum Theatre Tomorrow, Sunday Evening' By the Orpheum Con- cert Orchestra Under the leadership of Rube- lisky. Doore open at 8.30 p.m. Silver Collection. Next Mon.-Tues. March 29-30 LAURETTE TAYLOR'S GREATEST SUCCESS Irresistible in its Fascination. Popular OC CA 1 rices tfUl, Seats Now Selling j