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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta 15, HERALD SECTION Twenty-five Rinks ori Deck for Sixth Annual Bonspiel of Gfpivs Nest Branch; Thirteen Represented With !S 'I'ln'ki.mi Ihe Ice, of Ilicm Train' ontslilo points, Ihc-srxih nniinal honsplci of (lie Crow's .Nest branch Hoyal'Citlcilonlan cliih scotla'hrl eol under way -Ihis morn- Ins for what lU'anHe'M- lo ho 'iho VurlerB'of IbC Crow'Jlno. herd frci.n Medicine' Hal. Tuber. Macleod.'.Fernle.' Cranbrook aad nijnmV.'-This'Is Ihc Ilrst.'tiuiu In ycara-''Medicine-int and links haye'.lnvitded KcllibridKe. 'The first draw was mode for 10.JU at .ferule against Sliiiii- HOI, nf l.clhbrldue In Ihc tiraiid thai- lence. l.'6we if Fernto vs Clark of Lelliiiridgc In'l.lio Wnlkcr, and llcrcli- Ciller of. Kcrnlc yii.Cranlirook So. a, In Ilie Mas'ralh Irophy. .Tho Ice Is. In 'fiimd bhat'f- "'-c hot Midi-a 'w'ScH Vsjo 'levelled M lininps ai'id'lhe cold siuy since has al Irnvp.) the -management to net foul wheels of the iicafand keeucsl kind o 'ice ready for Hid' fay. It looks like a four days' .'spiel and If'the Ico holds Walker' Trophy 161, .1 dub bans, -presented, by-1 Co.. Ke-inlc. ;fid, I He "1C '-01 4 qenlE' umbrellas, by K. Co., KCIIIIC.-. m'p -1 Y ball, robes, TH? Co.. llio Wooil- SlllllUB Co., Ferule, ,nu, enlry fee for I l.'olfeo by. the llcl. pay your Ogllvlc Milllns' Co., I'ornlc, Ith, I by Ilio Cuiiiiu.u.. solldalcd Iluhher Co.. Fern c. romiiellllon .to'nil rinks..' C. A. Magrnlh -Trophy f .v Id. I elass brmlB, Co., l.clhhrldse-1. 2nd. eui lllass .hoiyls- and i iychlim A. Jeweller, l.cthlirhlge...', .Illi i bedroom clocks, ny. Dull, 'l.tthllrldge. Onen compnllllon. lo all rltiKn Maclcod Trophy .'_. 1st, I lilcccs ot cut aliiss, CnfllnR Club. :frd, 1 military. I chib. pieces cui club: by Tatie by '.M'flclco rinks r..... ship. A rink not ready lo play "I llnle drawn, shnll forfeit.-one point tor every len.inlnuleii II Is late. All Icoplilcs Khali lenmln ihc jiio- cirlv u[ tho Crows Nesl llmiK-h, but Hie uinnnrs, If they sec III nuv relain them for mie year upon ample security for Ihclr return The bonspk'1 commillec acknow froi he'rullowlciB for sets at in I Hums t: Co., l.clliljrldBu Herald, It A.-WilBlil, Jeweller, S. Hal fc-scj, McKclvie Hudson s lla> Co, Ilvlands fi Co., LellibrllBc and Aleiandru Hotels, 515.00, A- MacDon. aid Co. Ulhhrlclsc CO..SIO.OO. Campbell, Wllsor llnvnc (1'ioin Oifr Own .Clar'DSholns, Jan.'ia-Afier iovir days of nwl Southern. A.UVila Chinook wo arc having a, touch of Ihc Hudson Hay Chinook whlcli has brought Joy t.r all ice sport lovers with Hie possi- ble exception of Ihc curlers' wives. The dance given by lln; Ciarcsholn 'ilMnch of the Daughters of Hie Km Ijiro was largely attended last nlBhl There- were peo'ile from a radius o 25 miles at Ihth dance, and by all ic ports they all got Ilic lyii'lh ol Ihei iiioiiey. '.Music was supplied by th Clarcsholm band. I'li'lei- Ihc leader shln-of- VV. n. Shanks this band is Celling a reputation of Ijolns able lo liiply first clnss dance music. 'feoV'e'rai nf Ihe bachelors of this dis- il'cl have laV-cn untu ihcmsclves Hie. iartnci-5 and have done- it in such a way that thi-lv own relatives were 'unaware of the fact until lln couples liad departed on Ihel [loneyhioons. leanl Iwo iroin l.laicsholn will lie represented at Calgary bor sulel ilils.ycar.. S good representative bunch of in Claresliolhi Oildfcllou-.s l.ojgc vlsltc Siivcly'on fliursiliiy nighi to aid tbci Slavely brothers In llielr instaliatio of their officers. W McKenzle and W. 11- Shank to last Saturday an brought back two Chevrolet cars, ALL Kopd lie Those arcs' iilcnly ot keen Those arcs iii .Three rliikn-'fvoin Cranbrook; Kasl- .llcrclinicr, Young- arid Slunr.l, Mnelcoil; Wilsht. Mdllcilie un-l Cook. Tali- cr- and Law, .Carman- -ua'y lioyd "-Shcuhed. Jol'Mon. Me Nali'b! Dulf.vllaailiri, .Wales, Morgan Simiison, I'cal, ol I.Qlhbi-iilne. Tliose are.llie iirUes they are com- IictinK for'.. i Hlnl.5 wlm lewclry class not.eligible lion. ig ..Into' the- .fom-3 -or i Iho OrBiiil 'Challenge play In this compel i- Grand and Ruch Trophy 1st, 2nd, ;lnl and -llh, liy Cranbrool; CnrllilCj Cliiu'...'. ._ Congolation'-'CorhpetllKin Open lo losers draws in Ilic MaBratli .and Wallier. 1st, -I sweaters, by, JlpKclylc nnd prizes, by'The lindsoii's'ilaj Coiniiaiiy. 'HC'OII Krult Co. J10.00, Taylor Mlllin's CO. JIO.OO l.c.liurldge Drew Ing fc Mall. Co. ?10, Mayor a Hurdle A. Freeman b- J- "nclj. 15 CO. ____ '_ liltcc: Dr. M- V. Gal I I IIOUSI.IIIM Ivan Coin. SI. Freeman. L. Clnrkc, I. F.'llninlllon. Jas. Aiid, II. W. Craw- ord. Official Umpire: .1. Woods nnd John liruce. ,ry Sccrclaries: John Mar alin llru llonoraiy noch and A. Aadrew Smith. The annual general meeting of Ihe Crows Nest llrahcll of the will be "held in'Jllie Bliiiibolliim roon of the Chinook club Tuesday evening S o'ClOCk'. Nework Critic jimil to ave.kopl myself in coudilio by lulling -plenty .of Siood food :an fresh air and cscrcise. I peace wilj lie declared soo when over o uinko money following bV W. O. in Ihe'New: York- Tribune: Dear Awklu's: s The .first Teaihe'ln these ere I'; when a lot'or Johnnies were iillcr me. 'as-'lgh1 iw ilivo .thousand poijliils for Hut I clidn't-lakc nonojot inc. ,1'nT'nalt till Ihey'Vcfa ull Iglicr. voir knovv as'pw" Ihe wnr.siioilcil the fight'game in Australia. All of the hoys who used to pay a.nuid or so to sce-a gone to tlie.fron '.and' n lovbf llitm as got killed am .i-oii'tjie able'Jo' B'cl ii iiuicl to see i no more, flu: country asnV been it. by the war. why H's'such a good jilace for i told one of Ihe' newspaper Johan- nics as bw .Hill'Squires went and en- 'listed' I ad'lq'limsh when I thought of old Hill in .silly kliaki Of ;i VQtlOU Mri'lt- Look nl-Uomhsdlcr did' I ain't afraid-'6j 'lliis clloa- Caruenilev. ..He's hat rotten army gruli, ami lie don I -cl no lime to do .'anyx road work johHli'lCS wllp.lmvo.liMn In the arm) say that Hie Iwiiehrs' are dani and .they bvecd: rheumatism i'on know thai 1 always got a lot o fresh nir and exercise, ami snns.iiue to Keep inysellin cqndilloa -A lighte as to do Ihat. It's a duly ho-owe lo) himself arid the fighting same. What 1 like about-this country Is llicre 'ain't much, bloocning- war talli. You know how lhai'annoys a fighlcr vho is iryingjo keep himself in cou- liliou the lim white feathers "and liikms "his uinil off fighting by asking im why lon't so to Ihc war.and fight- In ell.can fight m the loJy's away at the. war.. r is a.iirctly lonjli thing 13 ---..J tighten! bill. 1 am doing pretty well: If you see Old Hill Sctulrcs In his silly kliaki give him Jhe' .for me. Your old oil. i' IJly.ufilll- uatn of these hcir.K a new one and the oiuc ilic properly of -W. J. SK'KcnzIc ha'd his car remodelled. has taken sre iniir.ii in reading articles In most a ral papers of the wonderful ylel f grain that have lien raised in diffc it parts of (he province. L'i> to da laresliolni. has been practically o ic In thlK regan! as far as apcr -ialk ia concerned, but if I ruth was known this dislriet for t asl two seasons has laken the 'here 'are cases without' liuull i-lic're ihe'yields liavc liccn wonder nd in fact were nil common that ommcnl.was made on same. Th arc several cases lhat deserve spec mention, one of Ihesc being the c of W -J. Clillton. livins about 8 m east of Claresholm. Mr. Cliil nought a iiuarter of lam) lasl siirini f30 per acre. He sowed il all in wl and his average was M'4 liushch She acre, and graded No. I and 2. tho'- present prices even Ihib will into a small fortune. There are alsff several cases where the acreage was noliinllo-Eo'larfe. for a single niece but whefc'lhe yield was oven grealer. If some of the Algeria cities and owns especially -.Calgary; had any- or. .'niaixVvl'iy'nic silly old dear ad to go and cvillal: that .'illy first go. wil, be wiin'-Uie Fienciinian. Caipcnlicr. 1 Lame a couple of year's in Ihe "French army, so ho nmsl'lje'iiolly "well out "of condition Those soldiers Icml an' frreiilllar Bud ll's'ard.for them to keep in con- dition'-" Twas .warned that the sol- dier's life, ain't calthy for. a .fighter. Anyhow soldiers arc. roucu liahlcrs. Foi-mei- Tuber. Goals in Friday's League 'Stunding ;_..' the yields tor Ihe last two cars that, we have-hail in lliis district ijevei- the end of it. Maurice Wall of lliis lown had the his little, son n Friday morning, uul wo are pleased o learu lhat Ihe scare to. all.parlies onco'rned'was tlic serious part of il- Maurico is some driver and your cor- respondent is at a'.loss to know how lie unfortunate accident happened. This is the second accident of tho last K neUIi'cr'onelscriously Svouuded'some monlhs iias bcen'fatal. There lo prevent a "Tile first, competition of the Clares- rnllnlns for Ir liolm: Curling club was finUhed-herd Model equipped wilh All-Weilher Top, f.o.t. OiSiwa The All-Season Car THE Chevrolet "Four-Ninety" car, fitted with an all-weather top, makes it auilable for year-round service. Flexible sliding doors which disappearmto the roof, and side sections which can be entirely removed for fair weather use, are two "exclusive features. The top is light, non-rattling, fastened to regular body irons of car, and is flush with the sides; the exterior is of exceptionally good weather-resisting materta; and the interior is trimmed in cloth" and -fitied with electric lights. In all other respects this model is equipped with Chevrolet standard equipment throughout. Write tor descriptive literature. TKe Chevrolet Motor Co. Limited' Office and' Factory OSHAWA, ONT, LOCALLY BY 'LETHBRIDGE, IT.' i fc TVflA-rniD BAALIM MOTOR ALBERTA. this week, the finals being played lie iwccu nruren and li. K. Moffiill. the latter winning the Reynolds trophy lifler playing 13 ends. (q) ;1 mc, war and why in ell. should e? llie> nlll't paying no kllli) of imrscs over. In Flamlcrsc are Leastways .iliuy aiu'l offering no five thousand pounds. Yo'n mark my words'tis ps-.'tliis.-innu Carrcntier will be soft for me, solng anil liluiEclf all-out of. condi- tion bv breathins poisonous .gas.and etling his muscles set flabby lyins iroiiud in a trench.' 'K won't to fight a lick when c -cts ere. 1 am sony to say.that a lew otJhe jicoplc ere' are n bit silly alinnl Ihe war lliinsr. so I ad to ,-o for :i soldier ns soon as I nd a cou jilc of bouls. lint'don't get alarmei If you should honpen locomi! acres thai in Ihc papers.- Yon know Ura there is nothing of Hie silly nss anon me. Awkins, old loiv I ain't going I rilin no ligliting career for no sill war flill most of .'ihe licoplc are sci They says aa ow n prclt fo.vy boy to avc kent 'oul of .Hits Commenting mi Friday night's game against Portland, the Spokesman-llc- vlciv says of 1-co Cook, of' Iho'Spo- Manager I.cster I'alrick used good judgment In substituting.L'co Cook for Stliliy Nichols Friday. Sibby was not feeling well ivlien ho went on .the Ice liidklngiis usual speed and dash. The game should do is new; It1 Ihe professional same, a world o ood. It oflcn that n yollllKsle s able to break.In nnd shoot two goal gainst as capable a soal lender a Murray. Tlie I'. C. II. League now I'.C For Ass WLLARD BATTERY SERVICE C'arc'of- Any THE It MOMENT "RAPE'S DIAPER- SIN" REACHES THE STOMACH ACL DISTRESS GOES. lICLKtREON FOOI1 UN MR Ohtf-insliluiion whicli is feelinc Hie icnefitof'the [irosperons limes is the! Y--H C Mayor llardie was sur-i uriscii tlio olher day when the sccrc- lar'v'ot the "Y" handed him a chconc for'sssa lo upifly on the interest due on the loan from thB'city -tti-- tnllou- This was made possible reason of. the facl that during the months, of November and December Ilic were doubled over ot iinv previous months- during luc year and over the corresponding interest is being taken in the -Y" lhail tor a long limn.. During the lasl.two months of 1916. .the senior membership was increased 400 per ccnl and Ihe .memberships al The dormitories are also filled un lo capacity, greatly in anv more mun from culls'l'lng for active service. No Federal hyc'-clectlons, however, aro In'prospect. There arc nineteen .vac seatsTn Ihe House, but no move lo fill aiiy. of them. Possibly at Ihc "csnorai Col. .Crcclman ma> j Jo-a-candidate iii-.llromc -for the Leal of Ihe late Ll.-Cil. Harry Uakcr r-mi SENTENCED TO ONE .snrcrinleadcllt of.lho sysleui, iccciv'cd go. GIRL ,ujllor to "1; Saskaioon, SasiM JaiK '1 tell toot Ilnsion, who was found's'uilty of nmn.l slaughter In Ihc supreme court, yes- terday-, has uecn sentenced lo one year's imprisonment. ber The Cliicago.l-'lal .Janitors' Union, strike unless .'hoir. nUiliiatlim for a ten.per "cent, increase hi.vases is'ljrantbJ. The Lci-'s pull I Dgcl i it us liyforc you i li-oulilt begins, it iiutii-will loll you lo avoid i Baalim Motor HAKHY HOLMAN, MANAGER "lleally (Iocs" put bad stomacV. !r. orllcr'_--re-illj- does" overcome Indi- -cation, dyBpepsia, gas. hrarllinm and sourness in five I'.ilio's Di.ipepsln..- the largest selling stomach regulator in Ihe world: If what you fctmenls into slulibo'rn. lumps-; you belch giu and cruciate sour, undigested food an-.l icld- longile coiled; your liisidcs fill- ed with bile nnd Imllgeslililc waste re- member Ihe moment "1'apo's Dlapep- sin1' comes Ir. contact with Iho stom- ach all such distress vanishes. Its Irnly marvelous, anil the. Joy is Us hErmlcssncss. large fifty cent case of Tape 3 ula- I pepsin will yo't hunirail iloUaro' worlii of faiisfacllon or ro'ir dnifrgist Ihintis'you yoiir'nioncy KicS. I -Ifa worth its.-rolght In gold lo men land women who rar.'l get their sVojii ladiB fcgulcitod. H. bt'.ongs alwlys be kJl'l In