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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 23, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY; jfAJiVMY 2S, 19XS THE LETFRRTTIGE DAILY HERALD "STAMPEDE" HERE NEW M ft ANiAL BONSPIEL CROW'S NESI ASS'N Deferred Event Commences Next Tuesday Morning-r-Rinks Coming Vtom Calgary, Medicine Hat, Crahbrodk and : Points Intervening-Splendid Prize List ^ Hoping for suitable weatker, the (Letlibridge Curliiig club hare pwpar-ea to stage tlie touith annual bon-spiel of the Crow's Nest' btandx of ;thc Royal Caledonian Curling club here next Tuesday, starting at 10 a. m. The bojispiel was originally scheduled to commence last Tuesday, but iiad to be postpon�d on account of 8ott weather. Not less than three days and possibly tour days will bo devoted t-o this event, a red letter occasion in the season's curling of eoutherii Alberta and. extern British Columbia. Curling rinks from as far north as Calgary, as far east as Medicine Hat and as far west as Cran-lirook will be here. The greatest hon-fc'picl in the history of Lethbridge and of southern Alberta is anticipat�d if only a fair break in weather conditions obtain. � Hard times in Lethbridge ; not on your tin type. Take a squint at the �window next door to the iewelrv Ktore >oi Mr. U. A. Wright and mii delusion will be dissipated inskantei^. Mi. Wright's window couM not hold the galaxy of prizes put up for " Co. MA SON-Iil SOU TROPHY Presented by Masoh-Risch Piano Limited First Prizes-Four travelling club bags, $100, presented by Cranbrook Curling Club. Second Prizes-Four cut glass pieces, $75, presented by Cranbrook Curling CluU. Third Prizes-Four carving sets, $50 presented by Cranbro'ok Curling Club. Fourth Prizes-Four amber briar pipes, $30, presented by Cranbrook Curling Club. MACLEOD TROPHY Presented by Macleod Curling Club. First prizes-Four caruet stands, $100, presented by the Hayr Hardware Co. Second Prizes-Four pieces cut glass, $75, presented by the Taber Curling Club. Third Prizes!-Four tobacco jars, $50, presented by the Lethbridge Hotel. Fourth Prizes-Four curling, brooches, $30, presented by Taber Curling Club. MAGRATH TROPHY Presented by C. A. Magratli, Esq'. First Prizes-Four cut glass water .set5, $100, presented by P. Bums & Co TAYLOR BEAT ROLLER Saikatoon, Saik., Jan. 22.- lis , a clean, fa�t, wrestMug match, Jack Taylor b fthls city, defeated Dr. Roller ot Chicago," 4� taking two falls out of three..  Roller took tho first fall in 21 ? minutes, and Taylor came back > with the second and third In CD minutes and 13 minutes. Constifiation- In Bout WitK Clabby Thursday Night at Milwaukee-Fight Rpund.by Round MELVILLE HOCKEY lEAM NOW LEADS LEAGUE MelTille, Sask., Jan. 22.-In one of the fastest and cleanest games of' hockey seen here this season, Melville defeated Moose Jaw Leafs by a score. of 5 to'2 last night. A proof that the game was clean is shown that only a one minute penalty was hand-;, ed.out and this is the minimum for such a' game. The score at half time was 2-2. THE STANDING frames Goals' W. L. F. A. Melville.......................... 5 Rcgina............................ 4 Moose Jaw ..................... 1 44 54 40 31 40 47 : Second Prizes-Four sets military the-brushes, $75, presented by Alexandra, >v'(nMers of the'" various events ot the i Hotel, bonspiei, .so Mr. Wright retained the; Third prizes-Four sets,fruit knives place next door tor the grand dis- and spoons, $50, piesented by the nlav. Here is the list of prizes to ; Taylor Milling Co. - - Fourth Prizes - Four triarmalade iars, $30, presented by the Hudson's Bay Co. In addition to the above the Bon-[ spiel also acknowledges with thanks the following donations to the Bon-spiel funds : $10.00 Each-A. MacDon-ald Co., the King:s Hotel. $5.00 Each -Campbell, Wilson & Horne, Dallas Hotel, C. C. Pagnuelo Co., Canadian Bank of Commerce, Merchants Bank, Bank of Nova Scotia, Imperial Bank, he .seen and the events with which ithey are associated : WALKER TROPHY Presented by Hiram Walker & Son, Limited; First Prizes-Four sterling silver cups, $100, presented by Fernie Brewing Co. Second Prices-Four suit cases, $75, presented by Fernie Brewing Co. Third' Prizes-Four cut glass bowls, )$50, presented by Fernie Brewing Co. Fourth Prizes-Four sets of carvers $30, presented by Fernie Brewing Co. Molson's Bank, the Royal Bank, the Bank oi Montreal. CADILLAC CLARK AND AIRO CHALLENGERS RINK DOWNED WITH EASE Tho Cadillac Trophy was expected LEAGUE A.O.F. DEFEATED C.O.F. AfsiD S.O.E. DEFEATED MOOSE The.third and fourth games In the THE STANDING , Games Goals and the lip." Clark and Aird defend- the A. O. f. and C. b.'f. jresult^d' jjonarchs ...... .........^3 o" ^" ^' Victorias........................ 2 1 to change hands last night, but Carpet Ball League were played last "There's'many a slip twixt the cup night. The first game played between VICTORIAS TOP HOCKEY TEAM IN CALGARY Calgary, Jan. 22. - The Calgary "Victorias put a championship complexion in their race for the honors in this section of the provincial league last night when they defeated the Slonarchs by a score ot seven goals to six, and for the second time won a schedule game;hy an odd goal. The Vies have won the two games they have played and the goals stand 13 scored by them as against 11 scored against them. The game was undoubtedly the best that has been seen on local ice this season, or for matter, many a long day. � ah enemy within the camp. It will [ undermine the strongest constitution and ruin the most vigorous health. �It leads to indigestion,~biUousness, impure blood, bad complesion, sick headaches, and is'one.,of the mo.ot freauent causes of appendicitis. To neglect it is glow suicide. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills positively cure Constipation. , They are entirely vegetatlc in composition and do not �iclcen, weaken or gripe. Preserve your health by taking Dr. Mors*'* Indian Root Pills POULTRY FANCIERS LB I. EMMER80N IS NOW PRESIDENT -NEXT WINTER'S SHOW DECEMBER 28 TO 31 The 11th annual general meeting of the Lethbridge . Poultry Association ; was held on January 19th. There ; were over thirty members present, ; and judging by the interest taken, I the next Provincial Poultry Show, which will be held here, will be the largest and best show ever held in ' Western Canada. A hearty vote of thaiiks was passed to the merchants of Lethbridge who so liberally contributed to the prize list. Mr. A. E. Humphries was unanimously elected president, but owing to business matters,' was unable to again take office ; this was very much regretted by the members present as last year was the test year from a financial view that the association I has had, and much of it was owing 'Milwaukee, Jan. 22.-Gibb6ns appeared to have.'the better of six rounds, two 'wete even, and two were Clabby's.. In the firtt round, Ciabby landed to .,, ,,.......... ., Gibbons' tace and body with stiff I to the work o� Mr. Humphries. The rights. Gibbons .landed right and left | balance sheet sho^v�d a balance of K^rt� .1^.. -.f --.1 . ^^^g year's working. .The dates THE STANDING Games Goals W. L. F. A. Victorias....................... 2 0 Chinooks ...........;.....,...... 1 1 Monarchs ....................... 0 2 VICTORIAS HAVE �to body at the close of the round. Clabby started the second, peppering stinging lefts to face. Gibbons retaliated with two hard swings to that head and Clabby came back to taCe. ' Gibbons took the better of the on-iighting. and started the blood from Clabby's mouth.  The .third ^Vas . uneventful, the boys ' olinohing and landing few blows. Q R Gibbons drove .Clabby to the ropes o at the opening,of; the fourth aud sent ** �'i I lefts to the "fa;pe:l ;Clabby swung to tiie head andvGibbona peppored his face with short lefts. for the next annual show were fixed tor December 28, 28, 30 and 31. Election of officers then took pla,ce and the'following officers were elected for the present year : Honorary Presidents-Hon. A. J. McLean, Mayor Hardie, A. M. Grace and A. Reid. Honorary Vice-Presidents-^W. A. Buchanan and Dr. Stewart. President-I. Bmmttsou. Vice-President-P.. Ashcroft. Executive Committee-A. V. Gibbons, J. Beaton, S. Jones, Wm. Car- .wind fashion; i^ftd,drove his left to head and body^j^bnpst ^.t will. Clabby drove two to'.'aW-iib^.y and one to this.face and Cr.ibbons drove him across the ring with. rifhi',' and lefts. Gibbons went'through the sixth, placing rights aiSfi lefts to the face and body. The''S'fc'yenth was'slow, t*e Winnipeg, Jan. 22.-The Victorias , kept in the race for the Winnipeg men saving the/jn^lves and'tapping hockey league championship by dis- each other to yfte, face and body, �posing of the Winnipegs ..quite handfly Clabby drove rtiK.dktt|-l$f.t to here tonight by the score of'H td'tf. and body, anJ ^m^m;: cSm^, back The third struggle ot Tuesday night- with hard left tb'j^e'^'face' Gribbons showed its efiect on the Pegs and closed the rounds %ith fast blows to they never had the steam or pep to the head., coihbat the Vies who were all prim- In the eight Gibbons pushed the ed up for victory. The Vies took a ^'''''^Ki b"* the'ninth round was five goal lead in'the fi.rst five minutes tame. .^v. - >' of play and were nevef'Seriously trou- The lasf round was fast, bbth boys bled afterwards. i swinging hard to;the face and body. j.Clabby handed hard rights and lefts to.the face .and followed Gibbons ^wmd fashion: ;BDd drnvp Hk Ip.ff. t.n ___j_j n c__' Spence and R. Scott. Secretary-^P. King. Auditors-J. Bawdto and A. V. Gibbons. The next meeting will be held on Feb. 4th, when birds ot'the Mediterranean breeds will be on exhililtion. IU.fA; CONVENTION WILL BE HELD , CALOARV, -^lilEXT YEAR AT Edmonton, Jan. 23.-After a ses- cd their rights in no uncertain way, sending Boyd & McNabb home with a score ot 33 to 13 stacked up against tbeni.; Clark and Aird arc open to fight at any time to hold this cup, but it will Btay with them now until after the hbnspiel. : The ladies played one game in the afternoon. Miss Aird tailing to the broom of Miss Nimmo^is'10-8. The ladies will have two sheets of ice tonight, (Saturday). . ..  � 7.15 P. M. Miss Nimnjons vs. Mrs. Seatle. Miss Aird vs. Miss A. Bawden. O.P. M. Miss h. Bawden vs. Miss B. Nim-mons. Miss Patrick vs. Mrs, Aird.' WHITE Chicago Boxer Meets HEAVIER on Six J*PMn,d� :. Toronto, Onti Jan. .� .4?.r!-Remem-brance of happier things, that ."i^or-, row's crown of aorrowa," will remain WlthrMrs. William'Axhom of.Toronto iong_;.atter war-racked'Europe settles down to heal Its 'woundtf; Just-a year ago she was happily married to William Azborn, a Royal Field Artillery reservist from the. Isle; of .Wight, England. After eight 1 months of married, .life he was called -r-in'-August laat-:"rtQ.itho-colors.; -On November 12, three montha.Iater; he was Itllled, according tOjK War Office notification, though >nnder-*hat cly-cumi;tanceB it is not siated..-tt I A 'month before ibis' ddath his baby I was born-bom while-the* tathler ijsiftf^^,: under the shadow of'death'thousand �Qf'mlleB away. 28 38 ;