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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 9, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY HERALD Welt Oniarie 'iMMhaat Hat Faith Becauee "FrvM-a-tlvu" Cured Him ton, Klojd Anderson. Ethel Annable, Elv'l.-a AMtlyuattl, Ualfour Arrcs'- U'ilton C. Armstrong, Gilbert Asbby, Nellie May Atteberry, Elsie M. Avery. Thomas .M. Baker, William li Hat- er, Jessie Eallantyne, phel V. Barker. IJoys who are fortunate enough'to bo booked tor the Y. M. O. A. camp this'year will au ex- perience that they will cot soon for- get Mr. Koletti has Initiated several now and catchy every one of will not only be source cf I pleasure to the but wilt tend to 'build up his moral'llbre, make-him. manly and I efficient for life's great taiki. The standard efficiency teits laclud d In tho routine of' caiap .life are aksn from the teet'committee of the 'programme. An tlnerary of the different fol The Order of the Blue Rig Betides the" Individual competltloa each tent, will compete with every olher tent lor teat hooori. The tent winning the jreatwt number ol polnU daily will bVaiven a large blue flag to be put up on their flag pole. Each a ujmpltte can U mj OK oJ Kieuaatiam, that kid at lent five 'yean itaadiag befoie I ewamcnctd 'the treatment. The riht hi s. to win this bar. S91bs. a'cd under: Striding Broad ?In. Runulcj; Broad 4ln. Running Hop, Step and 81 to' 95lbs.: Broad 51n. o e pu boy in the wloSni'.tent-wIll be given ,'.__- trt lift principally m my right hip the pirn'from it waf ataMtt tuKadurable.' Not.being able to aleep'on that ride, if I chiaced to, turnoo my rifht tide while asleep, the vooid'iaaaediatrly awaken cat. TUa'kMt np until I'ltarted.Utiag I taking. or two a Urge of wata-.'la tie iorniag before breakfut OTcrieactdptoncioiicedreUef very iboctly.H After a continued, treatment iey. er for about sii months, I.nitcwd and- amww.ia health. 1 hitrtUyricomaitnd jour ranxdr to any Khemn atic suffeim. BOB60N. jee.ox, .'At dealeri or, Mat postpaid "on rtwipt of price by a large' blue-'.hac'dkerchltf to tie around his neck. For''thli day he be" a" full-fledged .member of the Order of thrj Blue Hag. polnta'to be won Intent competition will be for prompl- neai at the rice and to-the dining table aid for tee-best kept :Tbli' latter; con eel'carriei an unuaual aaount of la 'with' It At a certain: time of the day a teat held. A er the bell rings'-no allowed, o do anything.towerd'Udylag up all! ent. 'They must "itep wide, and al- ow the' to' paii through aad give-their deouUnn.- year ie competition-became, so -keen that a decision would almost reit upon .a misplaced boot or a fsw straws on. the floor'of the tent A Regular Soyvllle Government 5 Imroediately. after geltlng into camp and after tents are ii'p and a hearty meal has been Indulged the camp election -is Need to there preceded this event an ,un limited amount of el.ecUotteertnj. and dareiay a few hotly dliputed ar SumentsVof-'a politlcai' Be- fofo'iihe ballot li taiien'each c'patetl- d lmi Running Hop Step and 2Ut. 90 Standinig Broad Punning Broad 41n. Ruur.lng.IIop, Step and Ktn'nlng High Ill to" 126lb5.: Standing Broad RunnuiE Broad llln. llunnlng Hop. Step and Hunnlng" High Jin. Unlimited: .Standing Broad 6la- luuutcg Broad 10m. Running Hop.' Step and Bar No. 3: Group ..To-qualify for .this bar the boy mult be a member ID good stamJing.of some team entered la a three or' more In any one of the follow- ing, sports, .and must'play not less than five regular league games Base- Indoor baseball, lacrosse, hockey, playground tall} rugby, cilcket, soc- cer, aril, basketball. or president'.of tie league may be oce o'f the Judges.'who, with two of the tea.1) must sign a' certificate' slating .thai the applicant has. played the required I number.of league games. Bar No; The Swimmer: Diving start allowed except iu back I winvnlng. SOtbs.- and under, ability to 'swim obtt .No contest allowed! 81 to 051bs., inofl. in 4teec. _ 06 50'yards' In 45s_-r. ill to yards in ICCsecs u members ot the National Organiia- sette. Mary on ot Wearle-Willles and Tie-Walk- ra are cordially Invited. The Ituor- te dish of Jlalllgan-ala-toroato-caa will be Kfved to all official ertlflcatet ot awmberthlp. Weather permitUng; the delesates will take a oy rids to Ullage, where aa- tcrtlce v.ill be held, extending to the cew members tie risht liand.of fellowship. vieHerft1 Day Vlsltori' been eet for Wed. Auguat 20. Parents and friend's are cordially invited to stead the diy-at thelcamp. AiTangements ciu be telephoning Into the Y M.C-A. for a party vi to take advarilage of special railroad rale. Call up the'V-N.p.A- before Tuesday, August 19. Order'of the aed BeverWge, Gordon David Bishop. Ernest E. Blals, .The Alpif.eCte Club was organized ast' A number of difficult cliffs ihd mountains ascended. A re- liable guide secured and there was pftctloaily'ao' danger attached to this interesting' recreation. This rear fie club, will organised as the Or- der of "the Red Bag. A boy must quaL Ify to becenie'a member, and must make all-the that have been- outlined by in order to retain the biEdana, wbith is the ol tidal emblem-of throuihout his stay' A' tingle failure to reach-a'-eoar set-will mean the for- feliu'ro-ol and the E. 'Blals, John 1. IJowman, Ruby Boyer, Arthur N. Boyce, Sarah R. Boyspn. Carman B. Hradley, Clif- ford T. Bradsliaw, Viola Bramwell ileiritt Braylon, Ailce il. Bar ron M. Drown, Allan Bryan, Clara William S. Budd, Donald A Bull, Dei) Fores.1 Burforil, Ethel M Burgess. Cclia 3. Caldwell, Robert Alfred Cameron, Lorao D. Campbell. Bever ley C. Carr, Slildred F. Carritt, Gwei doline Carter, Richard B. .Caspel Grace Chadsey, Beinice-W. Clatidler, Jessie Cheeld. Teresa Chisholin, Rae CMltlck, Mary Chrislopherepn, Catherine, Chrystal, Mildred Emma Clark, Harry Wilton Cli-'k, Karl T. "Coffin, Edna Coffin, lack F. 'Comer, Robert John Connell, ant" for' office la an or oce a lo outllio' he intends -tc carry out .In his department'.should 1 UnHmlted, breasl stroke 50 yards In 45se'cB.'; i on bact SO'vanls In 5'Osecs- yards in 35seca.' Shot Putter and Ba Each, contestant trial's.' 'V- V -In' the-haseball throiv'-the thrower must not '.cross the 15-foot limit Hue. Standard -weight baseball to be used.' th'e. shot-put tho puller must hot step-out' 'of the- circle .f? feet'dlame- allowed- two an a-regular boys1'1 city 'plan. i'. -S-7 rlsht "much-coveted red _ -Target Practice While fhe regulations provide ihat no'-boy shVll Use tin arms into camp arrangements have been made to taW-'i-.nuinber of_ target ritles which will be'used only under the dl Filmer, cade instructor schools. .Br ery boy irill be given an opportunitj to -aid. should interest .de- mand, a'riHe tournament will be held "The. Sentiiel.'Can.Opener, tie bffi cial orgaa of the camp, will be publish ed daily as usual: Tom Peimefatbe has: assUmed-'the role of editor-In grief. C He "w ill'.be assliled by Roy Bu chanaa and C- Jenuinga two noted all news' of impor anco" flaihed over tie wires to Harry B. Conueell. faelplius Con well. Elizabeth Coombs, Anna B. Copy, Cyril W. Coursey, Edlih Cowen, Phil- lip H. "Cowe'a, Bessie F. Cox, Sluriei Crelgtton, Mac K. Crockett, Olive A.[ Cyr. Anii Mary Dafpe Anuie B. Daley, Ruby Dalkin, Osc-ar D. David, B. Laura Davis, Anna M. De Mlth E. perapster, Lilla May Deiter, Edith J, Dick, Robert T. Dick, Glen ell Dickens. Herbert F. Dickson, ;harles R. Dobbiu, A. onald, Robert 0.. Merrlctt .Edith U Dowler, Grace H.I Allfin' Dunham, Frances B. lAion-B. Uunsworth, Virgil Dyer. Elizsbeth E. Echman, Stuart R. Ed- ari' Ethel Edge, .H.elen.-, B. Edwards, larry Had'den Ellis, May L. Ellis', Carl.G. Erickion, Lyall H. Es- llb; Edna il.-'Eubank, Eleanor K. .Ross D. Fitzelm- Frndkln, iBto In' s ac1 eaWiHea' In '1 bai retired gat j aad ia to u oouatry. AJlr.i Lji'h 4: K-.i ii> i rs. a. d i rPl.i I .TIKTU.f.' i stable. :f. i' ectk if rants .-r :.-i uw t say, :'i durl'.J. i.' nai. cjk! :l Bebc-.'po '.im li -..i; also :.irci al. ,.i..U'} at.- f.'t'.n YOU can kit a high wbtn you are you wont feel fit il'yoi pet yiur alooach iMter aa a J Mr, Nora oratia, Oewda. Ane4brr Woaun Krtotrn. a i t. Buffered-frwr -'j fof.teo bad 1' 'ergVnfcpalna'tiuileomeUaiea 1 woay lie In bej' (ear. oeyi it time, cooM irtt eat art I to 'or- bqtber iae at SoaMtimet l.v I woiM lorTerfeVeeTen hooreat'atime. J Dilteriiit ASctort did the best toy I foWrmerVtJie.atX) I trial and''now I am In gwJ 16 Street, .-r tt th'e.Coleaiaa Bine; a later- in II- an ei are eon- euatlr bvrnc reeeited by the PWthan 2 WcKeni'f W i Jfc'ir fl.i. ' M'-jiiry V.i IcMIllaii 'jimw'MCiMinnii, Mjrtw A. fcNervtn, Heten-B.' ElIa.Mc- tobeita-.'.'Do'usl'as 'Machon, E. Bi -Mararet Grand Union liotel at Athahasca MalcolBi, -Margaret Mal.coloivMarsbair' Mallelt, .pitas' .field s.meel' big etent in the Thls'yeM ta (he iBeetwill caied'oa" those a'ts Anale, Alice N." ; artl n, Xgnes M artlau- A. .Mathfr HARO ,ON fEET NEW. DANCES toa, of Chicago, who National' nf n Natio'nal' as" baving the only feet H Aat-. e'rlci; told Ihe raembwi-M .i.i MBvn uaio !a tot of Kurtae kak- ectfcia, m ck v Ethel Meredith; Margaret elsoi; OeorgeV Jllhalcheon; Ether r MIller, v Tanls Jamee -.-Y. i A X: LIWEH'MAOE: the cotlaie: aV-.iSBiiatla. f nra'ppd He retaraed to Me i Tv., _ ..rt.' -Kea aoaw la fceart Ike dlr. lial rueiobuiaed matai aa4 aefartea. Mills! Char'lM K y. Wija- Moi' Fo.rai L S.i, Koe-rll iby ii l.-' Her Sr. aad 'l Sebif, O'Coaaor, Alice ,4a O'ilrir Pat kratz 1-; mijpu, -ntuij D. Peter, v ;