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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 28, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY. AP^IL 28. lOffi 1'HF. LrynifiHiixii': daily iirhald PAGv: TiirmE New York Untrolt Clfvoland . . Hi. Louifi .. Wilsliingto;! :.i:r MEETING WITH SUCCESS ACROSS THE LINE r At Koiiosliu -.lolinny Couloii, formw Imntnm chiiiiipion of Ihc, world, lant liiBht (loteiit.ed Jolijniy Hlt.cliio, iiword-iiiK to ciificH at tiio riiiKHlde, no (lo-(MKloii lieiiiR allowed. Tim wa:i fHfit MiroiighoUjt. tho Icii romul.-:. NEGRO AGAINST NEGRO .\t St. Louis-Harry WIUh. of New Oclenii.-j. defo.Ttert Sain Lansford, ol' BoHton, on points In an Bight-round boxlnf,' niatoli hero last night. Tho nu'ii are lieavywelKhtB. Manaoer McGraw Fresh i Hoston, April 27.---Tylor hold tlir OlaniK to (lv(i hltH today, Boston winning W to 2. Hoston want after Tcs-riiRu in tliH firRt inning, getting two niBB on IhreB nlnglen and an nrror hy jMcKechnlo, (lOWdy'o aliigle und Tyler's 1 I'hiladelpliia douhlo added another run In (ho , UnKliltiKtoii 6T. PAUL BOXER BY KNOCKOUT At Boston--Mike O'Dowd, of St. I'anl. Isnoelced out .loe iCugan, ot' IJor- 11 0 Cleveland ............ 15 7 1 Kahcr, UuHKell ..ml Schalk; Mitehep. Klepfer and O'Xeill, BillingK. Tigers Hit Ball Hard St. Louis. Apri: 27.-Detroit earty ed hits off .Tasper and forced his retirement in the fourth and then eon-! routed \Vei!rna'n, aiul Daveniiorl, who llnucd their attack against R. Wll- replai ed him in the fourth with two from the on ba.se.'Anurio" of Doctor Piorce'e. is found to bo !i7 tiivios more active tlian lithia, for it dissolves uric acid in the system as hot water does sugar. Simply ask for Dr. Pierce's Anurio Tablets. There onn bo no Imitatiau, JJvery pnokago of "Aiiuric" is snre to be Dr. Pierce's. You will find the signature on the package just iia you do on Dr. Pierce's Qoldon iWodiciil Diecovtary for blood and stomftch. WOJUIY, aCSPOtlDEUeY. Kldiipy Ui.�('a3(> is siispoctod by medical mon when iiatlonts complain ot biickaoho )v suitor with Irregular urination, dls-urhedj too frequont, scanty or painful lassago. The general symptoms are rhou-natlc pains or .uouralgla, hoadachea, li/.7.y spells. Irritability, despondauoy, .'oaltneaa and gohoral misery. Worry � a frequont caiiso and soinotlmes a .ipptom ot kldnoy cllsouso. Thousands ,av6 tostlfiod'-fm inimodlato relief from tlicsu symptoms Uttor uslus Dv, Pierce's Aimrlc Tublwts, FARMERS ARE NOI OPPOSE!) TO CONSOLIDATEO SCHOO Nobleford, April 27.-The goodwill of the clerk of the weather helped largely in making li:aster day the big ; success it was here. The morning and evening services were both well attended, the evening service being Especially big. Special ]3aster liyninu were sung and a quartette by Mrs. C. S. Noble, �Mr,'!. Martii. Messrs. K. R. 1 Hunt and A, S. B.u:-han was grcaty ; appreciated. It is hoped to have ' some special music at each evening .service In future. I A tennis club is being organized I this week and an invitation Is exlend-j ed to all to join. ' it has boon suggested that a num- ^ ! ber of tho farmers are not in favor | : of a consolidated school because it ! would result In a sllshtly increased ' taxation. We have lived among far-I mers for a long time and ^vish to i strongly repudiate such an insinua-; tion.' � We think we know the farmers well enough to be satisfied that they are only too anxious to .give their children tho best povrjiblo ed.u-i cational facilities, and two or tlirce i dollars a year in extra taxes would j be to thom the best inveslmout tbey ' could make. Further, we understand that a number ot farmers tiro just waiting for some definite steps to be ; taken in the matter, and .we are as-tuirod they will be only too pleased to co-oi)or:ite. The accommodation of the school house was taxed to its caiiacity on Tuesday evening, wlieu Hov. V,'. F. Ciold of the Alberta Teniperanee and .�\lor;il itel'orm League gave an illus-1 rated lecture on the subject of prohibition. Tho ladies' aid have begun to make arrangements for a special oiitertaln-meut of a novel nature, icr bo lield in the near future. Nearly, if not ciuite all the members, will take part, and the ladies am busy preiiarlng for wliat will undoubtedly l)o a most successful evening. Further announcement will 1)0 made later. Rev. \Y. F. Gold Of Fdmontnn, was a guest at the manse on. Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs. TacUabcrry and Mrs. A. S. lin-Chan spent the Bastcr week-end in Calgary, returning on .Monday. The usual services will he held mornl.ig and evening at Noboford and in tho afternoon at Nowlands. 'I'ho subjects for Nobloford will ho: ILOl) a.m. "Tho Only Security''; 7.30 p.m. "Worshipping tlio Unknown." It is hoped that tho largo sorvicos which marked last Sunday will bo reiieat-od. A Sabbath school will bo organized on Sunday at Nowlands and a large attendance of parents and child-dron is desired. J::. K. SlcDowcll rejoined hi.-, regiment in ]x!thbrldge on Monday.' AHhs Miligan spent Wodryssday and Thursday at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. F, W, Hunt. Removal ~H, G. Kilner NEW ADDRESS DONALDSON BLOCK, 414 13TH STREET N. The Iioine ol tine solid leather boot.s and .shoes REPAIRS A SPECIALTY. COAL AND TRANSFER C. 0. D. COMISKEV A PATRIOT Tho record crowd of some ;12,000 fans whi.stled the "\\'earing of the Oreon" v.iien leaving the Chicago White Sox park on the opening day of the baseball season. Owner Com-iskey, who is a most iiatriotic Irishman, thought it would he a bright innovation to paint all tlie grand stand and bleacher seats at his palatial ball orchard, a brilliant .lircen. Said idea was carried out to tho letter, but the paint had not fully dried on opening day. when the game started. Htm-dreds ot spectators rejiorted to the office after tho game, displaying grcon paint on their gr.rments v.hllo the phone was busy with fans filing tboir complaints to the management. President Comiskey said he was sorry that the paint did not dry and promised to settle with all those who became decorated. Charlie Comiskey the most popular man in Chicago and that prob-abl.v explains wlty the fans whistled "Wearing of tho Green" Instead of wrecking the stand. USE "TIZ" FOR SORE, TIMED, ACHING FEET No More Puffed-up, Burning, Sweaty, Calloused Feet or Corns .lust take .vour shoes off and then put those weary, shoe-crinkled, aching, burning, conl-pesterod, Ibunion-tortured fool ot yours in a "Tlz" bath. Your toes will wriggle with joy; they'll look up at you and almost talk and thou they'll take another dive in that "Tiz" bath. When your feet feel like lumps ot lead-all tired out-Just try "Tiz." it's grand-it'!-, glorious. Your foot will dance witlt joy; also you will find all pain gone from corns, callouses and bunions. There's nothing like "Tlz". U's tho only remedy that draws out all the poisonous exudations which puff up your feet and cau.se foot torture. Get a 2ri cent box of "Tiz" at any drug or department store-don't wait. Ah, liow glad youi' feet get; how comfortable your shoes leol. Yon can wear shoes a size smaller If you desire.-Advertisement, convention will also convene oa the above dates. FORMER HOCKEY STAR .....MEETS TRAGIC DEATH Roglnii, April 27.-In tho death of llai'oid Thompson at Toucliwood yes-toi-day in a railway accident, Saskalch-owan hockoylsts will lose one of tho most reapoctod membors ot tho frti-ternity. Thompson was a member of the champion Melvillo hockey team ot recent years, and was a. very popular young man In the town of Ills adoption, Aa a playor Thompson will bo romoraborod with iirldo by tho mon who opposed him on tho Ice during the long struggles tor the Allan Cup, Thompson was killed yesterday at Touchwood when he tell from the engine under the wheels of a moving freight train. He had boon tor some time employed by the Grand Trunk Paclflo in the capacity ot brakomitu. We Have Everything required for Working in the Garden or on the Lawn The Goods are Right and the Prices Lower 310 5TH STREET SOUTH, The Store That Saves You Money. 196573 5185 9528 ;