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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta srx THE LKTUBRIDGE I1AHA' HERALD MONtHY, MARCH 31, 1819 "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus OOF A COLO NKHT 1O il KITT to THE CAT OUT SO at HAVE TO ouvxouru HMET04D DOWHAtHD OPCNTWE DOOR TOUR The Sport Page STANLEY CUP HISTORY Edmonton biiketballen art Al- berta ehampieni for 1918-19. They won the hanors without a of a doubt whtn thty triumphtd over the Raymond quintet on "Y" floor here en Saturday niaht by a score of 50 to 27. The previoua evening the two had fouant a-33-33 tie it ftaymond, and then decided that death game be played on a neutral fLogr to it, Saturday mght'i game remit, and the defUive. Edtminton hat a sterling team, and deserved the honorv. Biff Cro- zler in centre was a whole whilt pulling for the Mirth, glad to a former player, NUrcua_Duntworth, on'the capital city linc-Ov. gyrn packed to suffocation for the .game. Tfct Edmontonianc are go- ing now on a barnstorming trip to Winnipeg- Word was received on Saturday afternoon thst Etimotjtoa and -Ray. xmmd would play .off. their tie game played iniRayinCmd on Friday nleht, ana so liere was rery little time to advertise was nevtr- lielets th'e people saw one of the best games ever played oa the "Y" tyra. floor. The first half was tho slowest part, as each team was saTicg up all Us energy Tor the last naif. The Edmonton guards, Doc. Irunsworth and K. Crazier, held their mtn to one field and broke up many of the Raymond combinations. Stauloa and Jchn Cro- rier scored some very pretij- shots in this bail. The score at the end of the halt K-is ?4 to 12 in favor ot Ed: monton. Second Half The second half was much letter to watch, each team playing a hard ie. The lUrruond boys had very hard luct in their shouting in this half, but during the last five minutes they made thtnrs hum and scored ser- 'basVeU. John Crosier played a whirlwind game this halt and for a lima it a. case of John vs. Ray- mond. Parbey got In tome very sosd combination work and at tbe same time some pretty shtAs. !Met- dram and WJUker -the Raymond team did a good deal ot the scoring, hardly missed a foul during the Tttole game. Stevens played good guard game and started many a combination play for his teani. N'at- der had old John to watch and had his hands fall. He made several attempts to acOre, but somehow he could not get nls eye on the basket. Buhler played his man hard, bai capped by a Sprained atiVle which he got In-Friday's game. The ISne-up: Ednientgn. Stan'on-.. Raymond. S- Meldnra SEATTLE, March ance won another great hockey game here last night and tied the race for the world's champfon- Coming from behind after being outplayed for two period's, iht Montreal Canadiens defeated Seattle Mcts in the second over- time game of the series, 4 to 3, before a crowd of Tr.e finish was as spectacular ss Wednesday's affair. The Seat- tle were exhausted when Jack Mae Donald, the visiting sub- stitute, skated down the ice and hung up the tally, which won the great contest after 15 minutes and of overtime play. I, OF LEAD WIH Parney.........S Waiter S J. Croiier-----..30 Nalder......2 Docpunswortb. 0 Stevens ..r 0 K. 4 Buhler.......2 Total.........50 Tolal......3T i'. Should Have Won From Carson 'times. This Tras not done, however, until after the felloes were dressed, then it israa tooUate to the tie It proved to piav the tie orr Saturday ntght In tfce same hall, but osrins to the "flu" and a possibil- ity that the town would be closed, that couldn't be arranged tor apparently the hoard of health had been very in- Wait Basketball .'Championship Settled DoriBj the Coming ......-Week By Came Back Strong Hoefeey of Montreal. of Winnipeg beal Vic- torias of Montreal, Vlc'.orias of Montreal beat Vic- torias of Winnipeg of Montreal beat Capi- tals of Ottawa match. ot Montreal 'oeat Vic- torias of Winnipeg. of Montreal beat Victorias o? Winnipeg. of boat Shamrocks of [Montreal. of Winnipeg beat Wel- lingtons of Toronto. Montreal beat Victorias ot Win- nipeg. I heat Victorias ot Win- nipeg. Ottawa beat Rat Portage. beat "Winnipeg Rowing club, OUawa_beat Marifeorougas of Toronto. Ottawa beat Wanderers oJ Mon- Oltawa beat Brandon. beat Yukon. Ottawa beat Rat Portage. teat Queen's. Ottawa beat" Smith's Falls. Wanderers'beat Ottawa. Wanderers beat Xew Glasgow. beat Wanderers. Wanderers beat Kenora. beat Victorias of Ot-1 Wanderers WTMaple Leafs. Wandereti beat Toronto. beal Edmonton. Ottawas beat Wanderers. beat Wand erers; bpaf Ottawa. Wanderers teat Berlin. 1911-7-Ottawas beat Wanderers. beat Wanderers. beat Sydney, X. S. beat Victoria, B.C. beat and lost to Yancourer at Vancou- ver, 3 games lnyl. -won league and cup, but lost lo Cauadlens at' Montreal, Z games to 1. won N; H; L. again, hut lost to Seattle at Seattle, James Scott Who Named Pinch- Dies al Home in Seattle (Frotn Our Own Corresponden MACLEOD. Mareli received a few days of the death of James Scott, who was well known in Mac.cod and district, ho havinc come to AJberia in the early seven- ties. Previous to coming lo this coun- try, and while a young man, ho went through the American war, ivhere he received a commission. After ihc war .he look up stock business in 'Montana. land came to Alberta with stock or one of the then bis cattle com- panies, He -was -with the battle Co. for some years, and dur- tho rebellion of. 1SSS he ,was an j Creek, officer in the harao' guards elationed at Maeleod. The home guards compowd of cowboys who offered to protect the settlers during the "ab- sence of the R. W. -M. P. who were Ridge, owned by II. was sold to H. K. Craig, of Baroys, price feiing 111 acre. Mr. Satiiuel Nelson, grain buyer fo the Alberta Pacific Grain Co., Ud purchased 1.H5 acres al norlh of Acme. This ranch is known as the Pine ranch, and ivas own- ed by Rowlands Kichelberger, of Kijip, Alia, 'Mr. S'tlson got one the finest farms in that district, ilc shipped some ol hEs cattle up to the farm laat week and is preparing to ship another large hunch iu a day or Quarter-section at BartihiU. former- ly owned by ,Samuel Nelson, waa sold to Rowlands and Eichelbcrger, ol the price lieiug J40 per acre, Quarter-section southeast of Barons formerly owned by Dr. W. E. Wall win, was sold to S. b. Coon, ot Spo- kane. Wash. Mr. Coon has gone back to Spokane- and will iwve his family lo his new farm next week. Quarter-section southwest of Barons Cormerly owned by Henry Thoraell ivae sold to A. G. Campbell. Quarter-section east ot Noble Eon was sold to J. K. ot Pluche That Al HOBS threw away his chance to win a dcan-cut victory in the sixth the olfects of the hard punishment to the jaw which felled htm in the fifth session. In this frame he dlcched frequently and weathered Ibe three minutes without serious effects, came back strongly from then on and hf.fl a "shads iff most ot the rounds that 3 games to 1. S Vancouver won league being jr0nowefi. last! dulgent to permit thfe game played between, tha two teams lasi TOO Much Clinching I The bout was marred considerably' There has been a taisundfirslandingjhv munh clinching, Carson being about the playing of home and home the chief olfender ID this respect. The; games. The Raymond boys understood 1 boxers, however, lirat the fellows were An- were scparatetl a of times by- the refcrtc as a) Cill Our Own Vbrretpon 3 t .Mar. The ball game 'between- Riymoud Fxl- montca staved ia the opera fcouss last was" that every one r.s'their tour and would Of spectators demanding it [them In Edmonton Slonday night. On I-when there vfas no real necessity for Wednesday .of past week word came that they couldn't play fn TA- mofllbn Monday night, but no reasons Therefore the Raymond iPrt pitchers for the coming season. i-StJE VERY KIND TO THE HUNGARIAN YOUR LIFE INSURANCE OF THE UTMOST M IMPORTANCE .EWICIALLY AT TKC ENT TIME TO YOURlELr AND FA1UILV. Do you know Ihn.the ctpiUl vijue of the at nu, Xur charges moderate. All worlt guaranteed or no mbaey. ONLY THE VERY-BEST OF AUTOMOTIVE MECHANICS Will tit Working on Your'Cir Stcddirt t. Raven Automotive Engineers PALACE GARAGE OpprtlU Pirli HOUI Avenue South the fans apparently orcr- oolted, the fact tl'iat hitting Is ible "with one arm free, From the seventh round on tlic mid- .uni to Hubert Leonard, last of the Yankee hold-outs. the Roulh- procured from Boston In a recent deal, reports to shortly, he will be au sent north to quell Ihe rebellion, lo. :he passing of Jim Scott, one of Ihe oldest and nest Imovrn old-timers has poue. and "bis many friends will re- gret to htar of it. name will ever this" Scott's Coulee, "between Macleod-and Plncher Creelc, iras named after him on account''of his cow- boys there for a good camping ground. He was one of the party who was re- sponsible for the naming rcC PintAer On the build Ing'of. the Crows Nvest road lie was associated with some of the contractors, and on its comple- ion lit; moved back to and became an employee ol (he govH eminent of the U. S. A., and at the. time of his deaf: was customs offi-'j cial in Seattle. In" 1S86 he was mar-; Tied to Martha' MorroV, youngeali daushter of IV'illiarn Morrow, of Bhon-! Creeir, near Fort Benton, -Montana. His wlrtpw, who survives him, resides at Bremerton, Washington. -The weather of the past week has been ideal for the country, frequent showers of snow and cloudy, damp days. The' old snow is melting grad- ually and being absorbed by the soil.. High Price for Land Northwest of the town. another half-aectlon of land hands at'975.00 per acre.' This was Ukeiv over as a going concern, and a section in the aame district.changed ownership Tor a less amount. The a gocd crop gives, the in- centive for more land. Death of Soldier Alex. Smith, who enlisted in in the 13th C. R., went overseas and received injaries that Invalided him home In 1917, and from which he suffered considerably, has spent much'.oi'the time since his return in hospital in Calgary, .where' he and his family have been living. About ten dayi ago be took'the flu, from which, with after be- ing in the hospital only a few days, PARIS, Marci Lentne'. the vessel was safely making lit way of the Russian soviet government has ice floe. sent Ib the Hungarian constitutional ___ commission a draft of a proposed con-1 stitutlon for according to a Vienna. dispatch transmitted by'thc Zurich corre'spoTident lion. 'Infonna- FBENOH WILL GET J THEIR PASTRY AGAIN Maxell teJ' FOR SALE A Nmnber of Hand-Tim Newly and repaired will fin a KOoil repaired lube each or tbeie casings bonjht between now and April lOtb. TIRE SERVICE CO. The Yankees Jiad .two practlceJ Tuesday. Twenty-four players were engaged. As near lo a regular infield as can be on first, Pratt on second, Peek at short Ward at put through prac- tice morning and alternoon. The? pitchers f6r bfcUfnf practice were Qulun. Shaw- key and Brady. Is getting a lot ol work and apparently counted-on as an early season mainstay, died on Thursday, March 'Z7th, 1919. The body" was brought to Macleod, where a military funeral will be held on arrival o? his brother from Hall- fai, who has been on board a man-of- war. He leaves-a wife and two chil- dren. ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 413 FIFTH ST. S. in th that sent him to the fifth. It was a nice, clean left to U.e point of the chin and came when Carsftn missed swing with his riglit. Larson did not appear Is "be In trouble for a second or Uvo, hut after crossing the ilng toward hia corner eanX to hij knees, lie was when ho got up at the counl ot eight, and 1 11033 looked like a tinlH the jhcll ended it. This was the beat round of mingle for Ross, but he' also cut loose in the ninth and chased Car- jeon all around the ring, although he. fa11ed to omnect with a solid punch. Three good preliminaries wen LAND SALES IN SEAMSEINEW mm m MOSTHBAL, Mar wortd's re cord for Stanley cup games and (or professional hoctoay in any aeries established laat night when t'ne. Caoa illens and Seattle tattled for 80 min- nits In the fourth match ct the cham- pionship serlea al Heattle wllhout-fc JJU.ft ui goal helng icored. Calder.rowned by Mr. Sinclair, was aolil ol the National Hockey league _______ Canada, announced foday. Tlie atsgcd. In the {Irst ,Joe llrennan aniljho says, was the rnojl Sieve Coohrane venl four rounds to rort in 'alf nockey annals. preslilcnl I'alder the. opinion thai Ihe match should have been pUy- eA right through unlll a goal -waa scored. In the caalcrn play-off i draw. In the second 'lirunncr KOt tho decision from Al SimpWna, and in the third, Con Hardy won by a. small margin from Young Rungc in four rounds, Harry Anderson and Oeorge Ross were introduced to the aurtiftnCe be- fore put On, In cavo of a draw end 6f lar playing time, the feams play lo a decision. The game list nfefcl under rulea 6''' Important Transfers of Farms Made Indicating Confidence in District sales In the Barons districl have been hrhik during February and IMarcli, inrlicallng the confidence the diBlrlct holds In the minds of invest- ors. Decides many other sales by Other firms, Oranl and Molr have closed the follow Ing'deals to the laal (wo months: 'Borg farm, Eoulhwcsl of Harons, ity A. 0, Montlfinhall nrid W. K. llat- flcld, of Ihls town, Ihc price being per acre. Johnson farm, two mlfes norlh of Sarons, owned by W. solrl to F. Jacobson, the price being per acre. Korly-Uirfte acreii Ue lown of Bar'otrl, by. B. A. Oranl, was to A: C. being per acre. One 'n Pftcc OH! BOY! yt.0 ice roar retread, K It's "DRI KURl" WAV Yonr lire will be built up with