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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 6, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, FEIIRUAKY 6. 191! THE KKTHBUIDCi: DAILY II K H .X i. PARE F1VH INTO THE in a series of remarkable experiments conducted under ihe direct control ofonc nMJie n'ny.si- of the amount ot Bovril projiortioriaw to the small black diamond Ins proved to produce an increase in flesh snd mtiscic correHioiid'iig to Urge outline diainontl showing the body-building power of BOVR1L to be from 10 to 20 times the amount taken. WILL. CROSS THE WATER AFTER j Bjviil is th- cor.ccctrattj {ocintsj of thj It is i T The -A [il.syor v ii'.'afiiiaC I lie Turouro C'li.ini Kit- efcov.Til extraordinary fnnn Local Bonspiel Reaches its Mac- leod's Strong Aggregation Spelled Waterloo of Clark's and Boyd's Invincibles Rinks From Macleod Downed-Taber Rinks Stands Good Show-Some High Class Curling N..MACLEOD WINS GRAND CHALLENGE One I'leco at least of the thiuaro up i for competition at ihfi fourth annual] will remain in j i Norri, Jlaclwd'a rmk von cut in tlie Thw Mjicleod In Three Finals t1 wins jut Macleod in tUc ials In yll ihrce cumuli lions. I and in each case lie- ilrauu as- t'lark'ri hurt Ifnalft or the Grand Chaltenue bud a winning sia-ak ah ilirciiijii ihc over Herchmer of Fcrnte 'sjiiet. CEaik went down in the Iho score or 1M1, so" that ihc Me Graml t'liallr-nac ruirt ttic I'asnuelo. irophy donated by the Summit Urn, in Klcli- Tho -Works. remain hero for ;'pur at lessl. The quice was llirilW, ihe first rart belli" nil- t ami not a few of .'lot-al I1beifl lie was two up at I'IR end of the eleventh, Chicago, l-Vh. guc has lurrnni iis atUnlion t Geo. Vvenleas A. Scott D. Uyfl X.T. Marlsod, ship Tlie acoroby ends: f-laclcod......001 110 COO Herchmer.....21D 002 012 Though fewer games wern played the fact Ihat the 'bpie! was rearing tho linals in (he three main comrilltJoTig Kept up thft excitemp-nt. Three days' steady curling is liaid work at any time, and in. a bonspiel. with the added excitement, of a win or IOEB knocking a rink out of- the rest of tho competition, it is still harder, and some of thc rlnKs breathed a sigh n[ relief even when they ivent rtrfwn to defeat. X'o rrio il aclcod's T] nk was the Ihorn in tho ilcsh uf thc lioyd and C'fark ngcregations Twico rilrt ho meet Boyd in tho eights: in tho I'.rewery and the Grand Challenge, coming out ahead 11-5 In tho hitter, and 14-9 in tho former. This was Hie Ibtrd time had ilowned Hoyd In Iho elgnis, r.avfnt: jircvfrnisly rtc- Mm in thc Pagnuulo, 10 6. Mack-oil came along with three in thy hvi'ifili. .Marleod Clark had not, at u'jon. Friday, off ibc semi- finals In the and as thf jinx has jierclicd on C'lark'ij shonMeMn (Ii3 last few games, a lot ol ihe curlers are I'Utling for him to win. bo that he mar Ret into tlie finals, after i-nt ujt s'jcli coiKHdteut games right up to tlie fours in all the conv'Otitiona. -Taber in Finals Henderfon, for the visitors, In-1 tent on carr.viny as much as-ijosaihle i of the silverware batik to Tnbor town. Ho is now in ihp finals of both the Pagitut'io and tiif Hrewcry, nr.rf will meet -Macleod in rasmielo and thc -winner of the Mnclecd-Ciark in i tne-Urewi-ry, llcinlerson went in 101 the finals hi (he hru by in'g of Fertile. 10-S, aftcrncon. In'the Pagnnrlo, and win- riing from Herchiner-of .Vernie last nfght in tile Judge FOn of Cranbrook had hsrJ yes- erOay afternoon, gociing knocked out in the fours I'1 the anU also in the Grand Challenge. Macleod Rinks' Hard Luck Tlic- Maclend rinks had haul hicfc, knocked out o' nil iiofore renchin- the scini-flt.a'.s. Play pioerosEcJ fairly well in nne n! (iic-11 K.ilfs' tlit' .nji.vi- ivtv.iM-. in'sn 10 Ol uOfJ-'S .1 and will onerod places ago in J7 roiwl-i. All Ijmils will oitr l.osrrs oi ur. tlic cirtuil. for n i., Itr lk.il olumnatiuii Lorilc.l _________________ .for the chain- (on ship. M tt'ar (liy's sup n i o r mid liis clean kncivk-tiown n tj.e ti'iiih round, gave him Ir.ul. clm-cly k'il SOIKZ iiatd hui Mc- too The Iirsf, v KING COLE o TURNS BACK Xew N.V., Feb. L. Cole, who recently jumjied organtzeii basc'jall a three- vear contract with the Chieauo J'edtral le.igue club, has jump- ed back to tlie New York .Am- ericans. Pole signed a ou-2- u-ith.ibe Yankees today for J3SOO. iho figure named" by- Colu to ProMdent Farrcti on December. 23, which Farrell duly accepted, MAGRATH BASKETBALL TEAMS BEAT CARDSTON scored i a safe anil iLiii' SENIOR GAME WAS CLOSE BUT INTERMEDIATES DASH WAS j'' A RUr.'A'vVY Eourtli, HOPPE DEFEATED GEORGE SUTTON BALK LINE CHAMPION SUCCESS- FULLY DEFENDS TITLE AGAINST CHALLENGER end ot [tip Ellison Milling Co.'s trophy (Irnw, McNabti rimming up threu scoro nf to r.-lns. anil uutliii- liiinsclf ji, Iho finals, lie beat hc tho prolmunary roun.1; look lirucrt ho mnde scalp. in tlic oishls. and put Ainl: strin- of Hi away In tliirtccnlh in ttic srnii-1 finals, lie had to play Ainl tho extra! ralT Ja New- Vcrk. N.V., fei. tin; liaik hllllard ilefriKled liis tllle as.iiiiit ticorsc Sutton of. Chi- rngo-hero List nislii. vjntihig' Ity n n ]T imiiu.cs. In cajiablo. lei tho run of 1--'. ttie tculli ar.il twelfth, Upgcr? lUn lead in ________ !thf riehtti ar.il clfvcstli. In Mir (rntli 1 larjlcfl a terrific: h'Ft In Ihc j Majratli. Jan. two jn.w. Rogers golnR fnr J. local learns, (he senior ari'l interme.- fount. Hr was grtiKi'wl.cii I.e iliatc. iourncjnl to Caidst'in to plav Sdiimlcil. artiiv prac'tii'.illv unniarK- i. the leinplo C.Hy-taskcthall relutjiiuo with two stLct.iliJ victories lakin.; scrnc iiai.1 tiieir pnir.es ut-re 'I'hc decision ui of j exciting, ana" de'iiioTislrnlei! iact Unite, mrt M'iih njiprov.il. McCcrtliy that Cnrdstoii has some gooii muter- .weighed atnl- Holers 170 jionmlK ial in course of training. The sccrc McCarlhv shov.s cre.tt iniTirovejiienl: in ihe intermediate ?arue was 2i-3, ai'l nov.- lias a elp.ir to (lie I nnd-hi the senior tilt, 20-2S. .The northwestern ihampionsliip, v.iiitlij locals. difHcully in title he stamls reaily to deipjij. The: working ip so small a hall, and eoi- t-hamiifreiship liclit was I srqurtitiy was no last Iniiibe here, anil in tot C'anisloii] ch.'.rartrr oi thc bonf met played a fir.e. hut liis [r.irftil ciitl'iisiastu: reierilion. Kiglit'fans tenijicr, if left 'Lrichec'nCii, will i "U over Miintatia were hert1. day prove his Xo slellar I plays were .1. 0. :Hriilge, ci' reictced. end, winning out by Iho narrow mar- gin of lfl-0. In this competition young lost to' Kreoir.an, and Xorrie Maeleorl, who was busy with thc hjg competitions, defaultcfl to Unice. Jas. Aircl got Into thc semi-finals by dereM- Ing 1'cat in the cifihls. OEVORE GETS WAGES RAISED riiiladclpliTa, I'a., Feb. cd contract of 'Moah" Dnvorc, tlie out- flclrlcr, was receive J lotlay nt the Philadelphia Niitionrfi league club. Hevorc given an Increase in sal- ary. was a M in the thiri] inning. Score: 0 bC> 2 4 0 1 CO 59 70 4 0 0 55 50 CRANBROOK HOCKEY TEAM UNDEFEATED DOUBLED SCORE ON BLAIRMORE 'SEVEN LAST WAS FAST El. ot thc fnsfr.it Teh. hi erer -sri-n _ 0 i f.'r.inlironk to dale, Cranbrnok j TABER AND 'MEDICINE HAT LADIES PLAYED FAST HOCKEY HATCH Medicine Hal, Alia.. Feb. 5 The local Ladies' Hockey club de- feated the Tabsr 3 to 1, last night, The game was fast with good hockey. Line-up, from The Misses Millsr, Campbell, Dcuglae, Lulu Dick, Brown, Alice Beck; Sim- mons, and Marshall. Medicine Hat: Thc Miss-s Lloyd, Robertson, Gordon, McGill, Moore, Fountain and Fallow. champions ot EOi.lhcrn Albertn, eHit _Averasc, 135-17; hieli nms, 1S3, 27. ,o Scene From Ivanhoe at the Bijou Theatre Tonight and Saturday painc this eveninc. Cranlrook play Illairmorp a re- turn game, on tlic tenth, at PACKEY TO NEW YORK Chicago, 111.. Me- i-lirlanil. the Chicago will I NOVA SCOTIA LEGISLATURE Icaru loilny for N'cw York, whcro hc j Halifax, -V K., I'ri. Tna datu of will make an o'fort lo rearrange a the of the Nova Scotia lesis- bout with Mike (liihhoiis. tho St. Paul lature. been fixed for Thursday, boser. I February IS. AN ODE TO FR1STENSXY A wrestler, whose name-is Fris- tensky, Made our grappiers lock like 30c- sky. But when Farmer Frank Gc-lch Crabs him, nnklj and crotch, We'll of him in the past tcnsky. FORESTRY EXPERTS INTERVIEW ED THE PREMIER AND FOUND HIM IN SYM- PATHETIC MOOD gosling .laanaiy or February. This -n-iH hc t-oiriiniiniealed lo the Prime Minister immediately. Thomas a wealthy citizen of Wallaceburg. received a threatening HnniV letter demanding KING GBCROB NAVY PLUG CHEWING TOBACCO IS IN A CLASS BY ITSELF! It surpasses all ollicrs in and (Uvour because ihc process by which it is made differs from i; dcli- ciously sweet and SOLD EVERYWHERE: 100 A PLUQ ROCK CITY TOBACCO Co., Manufacturers, QUEBEC Ottawa. Onl.. Feb. way of correction uf t sent out, relating (o the Iiolil a dominioci forestry ion- vention, .Tames secretary of tho forodtry lilts morrtlns gave out the following statement. "At the session of the nieelJng of Ihu Canadian h'or- associattou, yesterday, it was de- cided tti Iml'l Ific nest forestry con- venlion upon invitation of the government oT XOVA Kcotia, in A'Jg- in (lie of Ai noun (lie waited on f! Hie-Prime Miuisic-r and the Mini-tor of tlm Interior, ami iii'jrpp.std c.ire in (Im of Dorndiion forests and commended HIR govorn- rnenl's notion in oslnlr'fsliing wcort proiiiicts Tlic 1'rime Min- lister In tils sMncytliottc I Hic-in to consider the onostLon of a nationnl forestry congress. Tlity did .so at the closing seaalon, and coa- 1 rlu.led that suth a fiallierinE RO mat Ihty waiilrt thc premier to call at time i'ii was'in session, To Grew Hair on A Bald Head i BV A SPKCIAl.IST Tlion-ands o: pfoptc Baldness and fallfnr irlio having tried nearly ailvortlEcil Iiair tonic aM bair- grovcr without TCB'ilts, re-' themselves to batfnCEE, and its attendant diacomtort. Yel their case Is not hopeless; the following simple home pre- scription las made balr grow after years of baldness, and aUo unequalled for gray hair to its original color, stopping hair from fulling oul, and deslroyiDg the dandrnfl gertii. It iviJl not mains -tbe hair greasy and can be put up by any druggist; Bay RUSH, B ounces. Lavona de Compoaee, 2 ounces; Menthol drachm. If you, wish it lierfumed, add lialf to one tea- spoonful of To-Kalon I'erJume, which unltea perfectly the inpredienU. This prepar- aUou is uljhljr phye'clans and specialists, end U abGolcteiy harniksa, as H none ot the poisonoas alcohol so found in hair CA'J'AKKII BALM OPKXS Ul'. NOSE AM) i Breathe Fretly! Clears Stufftd-up .balm iliiiolvta.lty tlif lit-at of thri ni-6- i Inftamsd Nose and and Steps Panetrelcs and heals Ihe (nliam- _ ,cd, srjcllen rocmbranc which lines the Calsrrnal Discharge, Cures throat; cleans the air j Headache. stops nasty' rliEcharKos and I a feeling of cka'.ising. Eoolhiui; rclls! Try "Kiy's Halm." icoincs imrnedlalelr, (id a small bottle anj'way, just lo Don't lay awake tonight struggling .try a little in Ihc noslriU i (or brealh, with htail stuffed; noslrlla and inslantljr your clogged noso anil j rloscJ, kingx and blowing. (.'at- of the or it cold with Its runntug noae. j -.vlll nlll brcatlio frrdy; I foul dropping into Ihe throtl oun-in.-j itMi-i HKS'C .M from loft lo ilsl-.t: Mrs. Waldran. Mrs. fllvfns. Miss Kn'R (icrdnn. Miss Dallon. lliclr first ?arar ngnlnsl T cess that