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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 11, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, APRIL 11, 1916 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE RED ^JMRi), BICYCLES �piKST to enter the Cannd- inn l3eUl. Bllll In llio lend.  Sturdy, siniincli. Unlit-run-nlnir, liciiilpiicd wlli "Her-ciilea" Coaster llrnUc t AK Price ....... 4J� s CC.M. Model "P" �35^ Matte in Canada bu Canada Cycle & Motor Company, ��"" Toronto. 85-A '^:^1iiiiiimi.............................I"-.....- FOR SALE 3Y ,THE LETHBRIDQE CYCLE CO. 110 5th St. S. BOSTON SMS $10,000 lY TRADING S'PEAKE That Difference in Salary Between Red Sox Stiir and ^ His Successor MS OF MILITARY AGE SiULO NOT ASK SUPPORT FOR ATHLETICS IN TiES LIliE THESE President of Alberta Amateur Athletic Union Maketi Plain Position of Governing Body During the War Period. the �Boslon, April 10.-The IruiiHactlon In Now York by which Trlstam Speaker paasort trora the Rod Sox to tho Clevoland Anierlcuii ranks aniong tho greatest, tinanclally, in the history ot tho game. Although PreBlUeiit Laii-nln of the Bostou club would not the figures. Information ohtalnud here placed tho amount ot the cash consldoratioa with tho release value of the two players wliich CleveUiml turns over to tho Red Sox at approximately ?20,000. In addition the deal yepresents a saving of another $10,-000 to the Boston club as the differ-once between the salary which Speaker sought and tliwt which liis successor will receive. ClarencQ Walker, purchased a few days ago from tho St. Louis Browns, will cover centre field for the Rod Sox AVith u batting record almost tho equal of Speaker's and a strong tlirowing arm, tho newcomer is ex-j)ected by the management ta go far toward ' fllllrig Spoakbr's place. In yielding it is expected the ranging ability of Hooper and Lewis^wlll be of nsaistance in covering the ground over �which Speaker was master. The player who will come to Boston from Cleveland with Pitcher .Tones probably will be Arthur A. Kvans, an Inlielder. Kdnioiiton, April 10.-I'rof. W. Muir IMwarris, president of the Amateur Athletic Union of Aihcrla, In an interview liore made plain tlie altitude of the governing body regarding the suspension of senior athletics until tho end ot the war. IJrIelly it might he summarl/.nd by the statement tliat the Aniatinir Union does not believe that civilians of military ago, sliould ask the public i to support their sport at tin; ))iesont timp, in view of I he niany other calls which are made upon tho public and that which there might be special cases where men capable of com|)ct-ing in senior atlilnlics have good and Kufllcienl reason for not enlisting, in the majority of cases athletes of military age Bhould bo in kliakl. Me also made it plain, tliat unless the executive of the union gave special sanction in some unusual case, that registered civilian athletes would forl'eil Ibolr amateur standing, aufo-niatically, by competing in athletics where, a gate or collection is tulcen. After tho war registered amateur alliloteK who have competed and have asked the public to support them, will have to apply for reitistatement. Trouble in Calgary The fjuestion arose over the agitation and apparent misunderstanding In Calgary over the ruling of the union. 11 seems that effort is being made in Calgary to organize a baseball league and tliat an invitation is being issued to all baseball players, whether professional or amateur, to attend organization meeting. It has also been stated that after expenses were paid the profits of games would be turned over to charitable and i)at-riotic funds. AT TRAINING CAMPS OF BIG LEAGUE CLUBS Professor b;dwards madr: it plain in Ills Blateinont that suy buying their own uniforms and outfits, and not ask the public to contribute. "Before the war an amateur who took part in an unsanctioned meet, imniediutely lost his amateur standing. The same is true now, only wo are not issuing any sanctions." 'FORTHE& KIDNEYS Why They're Bought "I cm certainly say the Gin I'ilU tavc doue a lot of good for uic. Some fonr years ago I could not walk up stair.s, my feet and anklc.'i were so swollen," but I took three boxes of Gin I'ill.s and the trouble has never rcliirncd. My mother, 82 years of age, is wking them ttud feels fine. MRS, J.n. SAI^SnURY, Camden F.ast." GIN' I'fl.LS arc ."jor. a box, ot 6 boxes for i2-.5osBlbly Injure the hair. Simply, moisten your hair wlUi water and rub One or two tea- ______,__________ ____ _____ _____,Bpoontul6 wiUmake an abundance of eral towards the end ot the week. Ther>lch, creamy lather, and .cleanses the-... land is in splendid condition, full ot moisture. Tliere is considerable plowing being done. CARMANGAY Carmangay, April 10.-Spring op-orations In the districts along this line are in progress under favorable conditions. Some now land is being broken, but most effort is being directed to getting broken land Into shape, and In seeding summerfallow. PINCHER CREEK Pinchor Creek, April 10.-Land In tills district is still rather wet for farming operations but many fanners have been on their land tor some days EOINION HOUSE A VERY MILD CIGAR "DAVIS" Makers: NEW RACE TRACK AT WINDSOR Windsor, April 10.-The report ot plans for a new race track in this vicinity is conlirmcd by D. H. Bod-ford, Victoria avenue, who declines, however, to discuaa, tlio iiarticuiars. It is stated that a syndicate, headed by Messrs. Miller and Orpen, ot Toronto, has. purchased a tract of land between Dougall and tho Gravel road, south of the present race track for racing purposes. Over ono hundred acres have been ucauired, it is assorted, but the consideration Is not known. (i^JoxTiNUEn I'uoM FiioyT Page) WHITE AND LEONARD New York, April 10-Benny Leonard conqueror ot Freddie Welsh, has been offered a 20-round bout witli Charlie White of Chicago, for a purse ot .$8,000 the battle to take place in Denver on May 15. The winner is offered a chance to meet Freddie Welsh, also In Denver, July 4, in a finish bout. "TIZ" EASES' TIEED, SOKE SWOLLEN FEET INSTANT RELIEF FOR SORE, SWOLLEN, TENDER. CALLOUSED FEET AND CORNS Why go limping around with aching, putfed-up feet-feet so tited, chafed, soro and fiwoUon you can hardly get your shoes on or off? Why don't you got i\ 25-cent box of "Tlz" from tho drug store now and gladden your tortured teet? "Tl?,",," nmltes your teet glow with comfbrt'; takes down swellings and draws tho soreness and misery right out ot feet tliat chafe, smart and burn. "Tisi" instantly stops pain In corns, callouses, iHhI bunions. "Tlz" is glor-lou't), tor tireti, iuioljing, sore feet. No inor^,. phoo tlgI'iti)oss-no more toot rr>. loi'tiire;-^Aavertl8eiuont, A sliow ot hands showed a close vote with those favoring, taking in tho outsiders, having a majority. Among the questions were those anont n dismissed soldier for bad conduct, a man who buys his release, and a man who enlists and shortly after is discharged as medically unfit. All were agreed that the bill is a trouble maker and a serious problem, a definition clause is to bo dratted showing just what soldierly qualifications are so as to enjoy the bonottts ot a moratorium. The bill authorizing a two million dollar loan went through with very little opposition, and Mr. Michener and Mr. Tweedio voiced tho objections made on the second reading that the money lying to the credit ot the Cen tral Canada railway belongs to the province, and that there la no occasion to liorrow. Mr. Sltton replied briefly, taking the opposite view, and said the government proposed to retain the money tor rnllwny development as author izod by the legislature. Tho bills resiiectiug the capacity of companies to appoint an administration ot lunatics' estates, to incorpor ate women's Institutea and tho act tor suppression and prevention ot fires, were put through before the day's work was finished, each bill being carefully considered. DECORATED BY KING London, April 9.-Col. Murray McLaren, of tlieCitnudlan-medical corps, was decoratetj by the''. King a com mnnder of.-.ffie Ord^er'of St. Michael and St. George at Buckingham Palace Saturday.""  Col.': McLaren before the war practiced;n't S^.'.iohn, N.B. $1000 BOWLING MATCH Winnipeg and Sasltatoon , ten-pin bowling clubB reo-avranglnB a match ror iflOOO a aide,; h\ilr and scalp thoroughly. The lather rinses out easily, and removes every particle of dust, dirt, dandruff and exoesslve oil. The hair dries quickly and evenly, and It leaves It fine and silky, bright, fluffy and easy to manage. You can get mulslfied cocoanut oil at most any di-ug store. It Is very cheap, and a tew ounces is enough to-las.t . everyone in . the family j fpr, months. '' Adv. and plowing has been proceeding. Seeding has been started In ono or two instances, but will not likely be .. general tor anothar week. Don^t Suffer Longer and allow yourself tb become grouchy, upset, nervous and depressed. These conditions usually indicate a'dis---ordered digestive system, which,, if neglected, may-be hard to remedy. -Remove the disturbing element and put your digestive organs in gobd working order by taking PILLS They gentiv stimulate the liyer, act on the bowels, tone, the stomach-purify the blood and regulate the system. These benefits are particularly marked by women at such times when nature makes special demands upon their vitality. They act promptly and safely. The next time you feellow-spiritedandoutof sorts, take Beecham's Pills. Their sure, mild, thorough action will Give Quick Relief Worth a Guinea � Box Prepirad only by Thomti Boepham.'St. Heloni, Lanoiiliirs, En(Iind Sold everywhere In Canada and IX. S. America. In boxes. 25 oenti. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O- LL.D., D.CL.. Prealdent fOHN AIRD. General Man�eer ' H. V. V. JONES, Asa't General Mnifatrw V. C. BROWN, 'Superintendent of Central Wootern BmnchM CAPITHL, $15,000,000 RESERVE FUND, $13,500,000^ SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS Interest at tho current r^ite is allowed on ail deposits of $1 and upwards. Cai-efiil attention is^g-iven to every .nccount. Stnall siqcounts-: are welconied. Accoiints may be opened and operated by mail.-.' Accounts may be opetied in the names of two or more persons, with�' drawals to be made hy any ono of thorn or by the sui'vivor. WPS' Lethbridge Branch - R. T. Brymner, Mgr>; ' Hi**] 56 7496 ;