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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 5, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1914 THE LETHBRIDOE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE ROGRESS On the Home Stretch-Clark's Rink Making an Enviable Reputation-Macleod's and Boyd's in Limelight, Likewise Herchmer's of Fernie-Great Contests Tlus iiioriuiijj; wlicn llic, tliird day ni' the fourlli aiiiiUul boasiiiol ^;ot an-way, tin-' liig coaipptiticiiis \v('r(> loanticd' down until tlic .jowelry was in siglit, and as a i("sul(, \\w. play idday is iiveii mure k(.-en llian during the lirst two days. 'I'lio lours will have heen. reached by Thursday aftcrudon in the I'aeuuelo, Irand (,'lialleiige and the Brewery iMinpcUtions, and the line-up (if the rinks entered in ihesc show locals iiiid visi1c)r.s fairly well divided with sven chances for the grand honors. KOC.VL IN KIN.M, ^ \\i the Brewery, t'lark ot l.eth-hridge, and Hcrthnier of l''ernio, were in the ifours at noon, Thursday. :\\yt\ lost to Hender.son of Taher, in the �iglits of this competition. McLeod 'uiil Hoyd, both of Lethljridge, who seem to have been tjucking up against each otlicr with sweet regularity all llirouirji Die. 'spiel, will light it out in the eights today to get into the fours, .so that the semi linals will lie played between (lark and Boyd, (jf l.ctlibridge, and llerehmer of Kernie, nnd lienderson of 'i'aher. The finals will therefore be fought out between a local and a visiting rink. HOT STUFF Two vjsiting rinks and two local nnkr. will meet also in the semi-finals in the Pagnuelo. lleLeod anil Clark will clash here also, McLewl having defeated Boyd in the eights on Wednesday night after one ot the hottest exhibitions of curling in the whole 'spiel. Henderson of Taber, got into the seiui-linals in this competition also, and will stack up against Judge Wilson of Fernie. Ct.AUK UNBKATEN MeLeod and Boyd have been hold-iJng up the, Grand Challenge also. They:.' stack up against each other in the rights. Wilson, of Cranbrook, 'and llerehmer, of Fernie. preached the jewelry class last night, and will meet in the serni-finals. Clark, ot Lethbridge, continued his string of imbroken defeats in the main events nnd is also in the seini-fmals of this competition. He will meet the winner of the Boyd-McI,eod game for the Iniiior of fighting it. out with the v.iimer of the Herchmer-W'ilson game in the finals for the big cup. Clark has been about the most consistent curler so far. He is in the fours in the Pagnuelo, Brewery and (T.rand (^.hallcnge. It is one oB the peculiar things about the bonspiel that in each case ho will play the winners of Boyd-McLeod matche.?, the latter pair being pitted against each other in the eights in all three competi-1 mns.' i:lliso.\- Tiiopiiv The .VU-Coniers games were played last night to decide whether local or Clark . . .Mc.Xalil). Pagnuelo 8.00 p.m. WEDNESDAY All-Comers McLeoiJ..................... 1;; Wilson, (.'ranhrock............ 1 Clark....... Bruce, .\facleod Mc.N'abii............... .ludson. Taber.......... Grand Challenge llerclmii-r, Fornio....... .\ird................ 10.30 p.m. WEDNESDAY Grand Challenge Clark . . . Freeman Wilson McNabb , -McLeod . Boyd ... Pagnuelo 9 a.m. THURSDAY Brewery Hondeison. Taber........ Aird................... Bruce, Macleod .......... llerehmer, fi'ernie......... 12 ',) M '.I i:! AVIATORS TO RACE AROUND THE WORLD Prize Totalling $300,000 to be Offered for Air Voyage of 22,000 Miles During Panama Exposition-Must Cross Two Oceans-Limit Placed at Ninety Days .S.iii P'rajicisco. Cal., Feb. hundred thousand d select a candidate. They also iiasbed a resolution thankin.i; Mr. Chamberlain for his servicefj. and regretting his determination to sever Ills eonnection wtli the division. Austen f^hamberlain will undoubtedly he the choice of the Joiiit-comnilttRe ! though his Conservative supporters of I'^ast Worcestersihire dosire liim to continue to represent them. Suggestions continue to be made as to the commemoration of Mr. Chamberlain's connection with West Birmingham. Thf) latest proposal is that a fund should be raised, to bo subscribed to by only those -who are really fellow-citizens, and that a set of orna-montnl gates for his Hlghbin-y res-dence should be erected-to be all the work of Birmingham workmen-with l.ronzo panels hearing the Colonial shields, as representing his Imperial policy. A Wte of this and a ta.'ste of that, �11 day ' long, dulls the appetite and weakens (h� ' digestion. Restore your stomach to healthy vifor by taking a Na-Dru-Co Dy.ipepsia Tablet �fter each meal-andcutout the "piecing'. Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets ire the best friends for sufferers from Indigestion �nd dyspepsia. SOo.  Box at your Druggist's. Made by the l^allon�l Drug and Chemtoal Co. of Canada, Limited. CORBETT HAS WORDS OF PRAISE FOR RITCHIE Lethbridge Carley 12 MacICenzie 20 McKain 0 Roberts -1 Allen 0 The teams Raymond Barrus 6 Johnson 11 Tanner i Stephens 0 Christenson 0 were originally New York, Feb. 3.-Willie Ritchie which is an unusual thing in New is getting a lot of undeserved panning York, where the friends and supporters of a losing seraijper in so important a contest put up a howl that can from the knockers' clubs of the coun try. For what reason? Si.nply be- ^^.^^^ ^ cause Illness has twice compelled ^______.u....... , -1 him to call off matches with "Harlem Tommy" Murphy. If WilUe wasn't .champion the pa- ; if there is a possible chance of getting away with It. That's what I call going some for a champion's first year at the .top of troubles a tumbl*. Sailor Petroskey was forced to cancel the match Tom McCarey had scheduled for him with .linimy Clabby last weeJc, but 1 haven't seen anything in the sporting pages insinuating that the tar had cold feet, or liupugning his courage. But with Ritchie it is different-he is the champion of his class, and as a result is the target for all the shots the scribes feel like aiming In his direction. It helps fill the sporting columns and, after all, really does not do the champion any great, harm. Still it is not the fair thing to roast a fighter of the Ritchie type for doing what any sane person would have ......^ .. ________ ___________ ^_ Clone under like conditions. Snppo.su .visiting rinks shotild have the right | II'''^'''^ BO"*^ i""-" 'he ring with pers -vou-idn't have given him and his ^,,^35 -^yHUg jj,^^,^ ^^^^y. ^^^^ easy marks, it will be noticed. On the contrary he let the matchmakers do the picking and boxed the hardest propositions in the lightweight division. Now because he has been unfortunate enough to meet with an accident forcing him to call off the Muriihy bout for the second time a number of knockers are filling their columns With inBlnuationg and Inuendoes concerning hlB courage. Why, Ritchie is entitled to sympathy instead of knocks any way one looks at it. In t!he flrat pl�c� it isn't very nice to "epring" a bum heel, an accident that would put him out of the game altogether if not properly attended to, and in the second place, 115,000 is.not to be picked up every day-even these times when the purses are prodigal. And the Murphy match looked like easy money for the champion from any angle one sized It up. Truly the path of a champion is not always strewn with roses. HOCKEY AT FERNIE Trites-Wood 6 to 5 - Co. Beat Trading Co. Deor Down From the Mountains to play down for the Ellison trophy. The locals won out by a margin of !(> points in the five games played. The results were : Locals Visitors Ueid ... 7 llerehmer, Fernie Boyd ... M Olson, Fernie . . l.'i Wilson, t^ran. . . R Bruce, Maclood .. 18 .Itid.son. Taber . . 8 ;UcLeonipetitions a chance to rest up, but it; is likely , Thursday night will .see some oi the finals being played oil, and big crowds are expected lo he on deck for the fun. In fact, every night it capacity throng has been at the rinit. The rcstills up lo noon todav : 2.30 DRAW WEDNESDAY Grand Challenge Freeman................ Bruce ...'................... Brewery Bruce, .Macleod..............: 10 Petit..................... S Pagnuelo Wli.'toii, tiraiibrook...........ITi Olson, Fernie ............... 7 .Murphy in poor physical condition and an accident occurred, what a swell chance for the enemies of the sport to gel in their deadly work. Probably the same critics who are 10 now taking the champion to task for ' j "dcdEing" Murphy, without knowing 1 the why or wherefore, would then be 11 I among the flrat to roast the club ofliclals, fighters, managers and every one connected with the mill for per- iijrtiits the champion to enter the ring at all. And there you are. flendBrson, Taber AIrd........... 5.00 p.m. WEDNESDAY Grand Challenge i\tacleo(l..................... 1(1 Henderson, Tabor........... !i All-Comers Boyd..................... l.| Olson. I'Vi-iiie............... 11 llerclimer, Fernie Reld ... ...... 10 I''ernie, B.C., Fan. 4.-The most qx-�clttng game of the season 'was pulled off last night at the rink, bet-ween teams from the Trites-Wood Co. and the Crow's Nest Trading Co., result- ing in G to a in favor of the former team. Harry Weir, goalkeeper for the Trites-Wood Co., displayed great cleverness and skill, and saved the game I for that team. The game was witnessed by about three thundred spectators. Owing to the heavy snowTall, the deer are seeking the valleys, and an elk was seen on the streets of West Fernie recentl.v. that scheduled to play here last night will he seen here next We