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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 17, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta \ D b THURSDAY, rEBRUARY 17, Wlfi THE LETHBRIDGJi; DAILY HEKALD PAGE THREE BARGAINS IN EVERY ONE SALE COMMENCES ON SAT. MORNING, 9 NO REASON- : I ABLE OFFER REFUSED HARDWARE COMPANY A. OLD STAND, OPPOSITE THE HERALD PUTU STOU LETHBRIDGE BASKETBALL TEAM BEATEN BY 36 POINTS TO 23 -VISITORS ROYALLY I, ENTERTAINED l.-Mlibriil.no ^�.M.l^A. boys' busUi'l,-liall tPum cami' liuck Uoiu Hiiyiuond lliis iiioniiiii'. lii'ffdtol l)Ht. iioi (lis-/iiiiiyc.il. They losl Iti tlu^ Kiii(;lil's Aciiilctny ti'iim by jjnints lo :1U Inst iiii'Jit, anil tll(nit;li foivcd !o ad-Jiut tliB KiiiH'rlr.rity tit Uicit woiUiy aihi'iHuwps llicy ail" well satisfied Willi the .sliowiut; lliey niadc and arc luiilidciiV of vii'lorv the. w^i lime they ii'cl't the Kayiiioiid team. 'I'lic- lii-.sl.lialf ojideiiiii favor of tlie Kayiiiond team liv 'li points to U. Ill the .second half LethbridKC played Raymond a more ei|iial ,i?;amc and there was little to elioose between Uieiii at any linie. l,pthbrid)!;o in this -half seored 12 points ai;aiiisl la by Jiayinuiiil. Classy Exhibition "i'liere were no Hies on tJie clash be-fwcoii the l.i'tlibridice and Uavmond leaiii.s;^ hen' a cniiple of weeks a.no, liiit till' boys say tlie }',ame lasi nislu liiiocked ihe .spots oh the furuier un;-lor class. Ivoujcr Lund, who substituted for i .liiiiniv Caiiiphell in (he second half, proved a sensation anil a siiiprise. lie Wat; all over the lloor doiiij; spectacular and ehculive work for the I.etli-liri(li;e team. Girls Play Fast Gam.e A clever Bitnic of ha.skclball was also played by two {girls' teams, called the Sonthiiiores and' Commercials. 11 look 11 period of live minutes' overtime to establish a verdict, aild tlie Commercials came out on lop ii to J1. Hospitable Treatment The I.ctbbridne boys were accorded "while" ifcatnient by the Uaymoml team. A . VuUKWovUi, c, (()); *.J. Campbell, .r.g., (2); A, Kane, l.g. *r;tind played in ('anipliell'.s place dii tho second half. 1 -A packed liou.si?- saw both ot the panics.-' � -THIS IS CRUEL � Vou ask why Freddie Welsh � was allowed to iGiivo Tingland and hss Dnrcy .Mrcedvinto the armv. AVnll, JJarcy.ls a lightor.-Soattle Siar, TWENTY^FIVE THOUSAND SAID TO BE PRICE PAID.FOR NOTED BALL PLAYER .\ladi.son. Wis., Feb. li;.--.Vxc! IJiuidricksen, wlio )ias dflieil dnath a liuudrcd tinies in looping the looy on skees. ycsliMday submitted lo llio ampiitaliou of bis rleht Ic^ al)ovo the knei\ Mo was in-jarcd last Friday. no matter Iviw lonjr ur how bud-ko to yuur drUKKiat toiiriy iiiid act a. .TO tent box of Pyramid Pile; Ti-eutnieiu. It AVlll kIvo run hitler by making two circuil drivcsi which'virtuallv gave his team the championship. In 1911,. his last sea.son, his batting average was .31!). Brilisb shilling l)all. BRITTON OUTFIGHTS KID LEWIS .New York. I'pb. n;.--.hu'.k BrUioii of Cliicago ontiiointed and outfought Ted i"Kid") Lewis of ICnKland in a-lb-round match in Brooklyn tonight. Honors were fairly oven in tlie llrsl Mvo rounds, after which Hritlon liad a decided advantage. Ijritton weighed lUtVi and bowls IIP.^ pounds. : : : : : : : ? ? : : : : : : LONGBOAT ENLISTS FREE SAMPLE COUPON RiOl'yrauiid Bklir., iliivslmll, MlcU. Kiiully eeiKl mp n Free eninpl'i of Pyramid PiloTreatment, In pJulu wriipper. ...... .State. Kilties' Recruiting Area Extended to Red Deer Edmonton, Feb. 15.-Principal Hidden of Alberta College received word today ot the death ot his son, Lftnce-Corp. Harold Rlddell, o� spinal meningitis at St. Omar hospital, Prance. He had been ill for some time, and his mother left here for Europe about a month ago, and arrlyed In England ten days ago. She was able to see her son before his death. , Harold Rlddell was one ot the first students from the University o� Alberta to join tho colors. At the time of the formation ot tho 3rd Slounted Killcs ho enlisted with C squadron under Major Fane, and went to England in .Tune of 101."). Trooper Rlddell I was through the heavy fighting in 'whicb 0 squadron paid Us toll of men. ; l.ator hp received a commission in the British army, in the flth battalion Buffs, and was under orders to join his resiraent wlicn ho was taken ill with ecrebro spinal meningitis a month af,'o. THE CANADIAN BANK OF eOMMERCEl SIR EDMUND WALKER, CV.O., LtJJ^ D.C,;^. Pf cildnif ' lOHN AIRD. General MaaaEcr H. V. F. JONES, AM'ti be reinstated. (CoXTixuf.u fi;i:iM: Fuoxt L'aoe) b :\likc Gibbons docs . not want his two sons to hi;conte pvofcssiotml tmx-ors. Mike knows that any olil patli liHs its hard knocks, wiyiout ijceking harder ones in thu^ riiig; Willard s�yi=i lie is"a5rry that Lbo piihUc is no't it!;oi'lf(!; In sei> morn light /i;han lliat allowed by law, hut that he IS KoniK to j>;ive thpiw Uic host ipcissible in tho tii)io given. Brantford, Out., Feb. IT.-r-Tom Longboat, famous Indian runner, came to lirantford and enlisted Wednesday, lie returned to CalfHlonla after enlisting to make preparations for his leaving. Longboat declared that he realized it was now the duty ot every married man to join the colors and he enlisted. Sportsmen Rally to Colors hi Great Numbers at Toronto "MADE IN CANADA." mrm IlOW C OLLAR ra^UU'lT, I'mHOHY ft CO. liif,. MDWI'lllMl",' Toronto, Feb. 1 (>.-Witlv tlireo hundred and (Ifty men in uniform' lieforo a recruit was asked fcir oilioially, re-cruitiuK for the ISOt.b � Sporlsmen's Battalion opened witji ' a baiiK last night al a big gaUiering ot,iilh!ctes from all .sjioi ting'aelivillps itj/.'Mns-sey Hall.' It was aiiuount'ed trbni {he stage that .'ian young gladiators had ()Ren atteslfd. The i-esuit � was accoin-plished ill less llian two liours and break.s all Canadian, rcoturting � records. Jt is c.vpeotcd as many more will be signed Avitiiiii;, '4-1 hours. Ijieiil.-t'ol. Dick flroer,\vlio will com-! maiid the battalion, c.vpccts that enough alhlutes will be recruited before Satijrday night to fill the ranks. Galaxy of Talent Lieut. Lou Sclioles, Diam'bnd Sculls winner,; Lieut. Bijb Pibhlo, niamoiid Sculls liiialist, uiifl pvciiBiit Amerluuu and Caiindinn single scull champion ; Lieut. liOU .Mar.'^h, and a number ot other sporting celebrities appeared in their uiiii'orm.s. Half a dozen boxers, recently enlistsil, gave sparring oxlii-bilions, enlistiul bike riders raced on rollers, and tlierc was a long program free to memhers of the athletic clubs. .Musspy Mall was packed to the roof with the llower of tin; tjucen City's athletes. Anxious to Enlist i' When tlio call (of recruits was made there was a wild rushfto, thv stage. 'Gliib-mates' and tjpponei'it.sijilv all kinds ot sport shook hands as tliey reaclied the platform and heck-' on'cd their comrades in the audience to follow suit. They came in bunch; es. .Aiiuiiig thein was Ernie \Ytl)li, the Kiiglish walker, from whom Oeo. (iouldiiu": won the Olympic title at Stockholm. IH-actically all of the men a''^* "hho or less kii^owu to followers of s|iort. The reason tlial Bed Ueer is chosen aM iho norUieni limit, it is imdcr-.stood. is lhal. ICdnioiiton has been authorized to raise a Kiltie liattalion in that city and di.--lrlct. The province is tlicrcl'orc: divided in two equal parts. Permanent Recruiting The ick'MVain also convcy.s the in-tiiiuition that Lcllibridgo is to remain a iicrmancnt recrnitiug centre. Tb\s has -been practically decided licforc, but t!;c renewal of the promise indicates tliat Lelhbridge has,done well ill tliG recruiting efforts. It may also he taken that soldiers will lie (|Uar-tercd here long as recruiting continues. ' Coiuniaudin.u Oillcer Pryce-.Ipne.^ is very well ideased with the contents of the telegram, and is uuitc sure that It will not be long before the battalion is u.u lo strength. Things are working smoolhly now. Tlio Kilties will go into barracks vai'ty next week. The recruiting canipai.mn in the outside towns is well under way, while the oHieers are progressing rapidly with their school of ins'truotioii. In fact tbo inachiuery is all well oiled so that, when the battalion reaches the full slrength-.ever.vthing will be ready to whip it into shape for active service, ' Over 500 Mark Another sood .niece of news for the Kiltiij.s today is that they are now r)\cr the adO mark, More than that number have boon sworn in, although all have not yet reported. Half strength will bo reaefied withlij a very short time, lor tlie outside towns are boginiiing to warm np to the campaign and now men aro reporting every day. On Wednesday evening a successful reeruitiag inoeliiig was held at Burden which was addressed by t!apt. Loeoh, Lieut. Scaddeii and Vi'. S. Ball. Three recruits' wore obtain-.ed, these helng D. A. Coliunan, A. Bro\vn and W. Wilson, Mr. Colpman c NAPS ARE SOLD ' dhlcago. Feb. l(i.^Proa.lditnt IJ; 13,.. .iohnson retVirno.d, from c|loy,oiii^(V'^to?. day and annaunced . that .Iht^ .QleVQ-land Aiiioriciiii League tea in had been �bld. , ' : " I'rcBldeiit .lohnson would not say lo wlioiii till) temu had b'eea sold Imt did .ilnnuiince thai com.plute delalls (if tli'e'-snlo \v(Hild bo"lnrtdef'luibllo"tn a low dayii. REGINA VICTORIAS WIN Regina, ,Fob. ID.-rln a one-sjdbd gaiiio Jioro' tonielit vthe Vletorliis de-i'foatod tho, I28th batUillon, AiooBo Jaw, S to 0.  dOMING HE,RE FOR MATCH ^ team of tun plii bowlers from Haronii will be visitors lioro Friday, Tliey wlUplay a team of local trmid-iBi'H at  tho Dominion ' alleys  iiu tUo' altcriiooii, ''FORYHEA KIDNEY9 What They Do Davisville, Ont. "I hiiU trouble with my Kidneys niu\ Uladder so I Biut a sanipio of Oln Pills and followed directions. 1 felt better nfter th& lirst dusc (,and 1 kept taking theni for a month. Onv day, Mr. .Simpson, of ibis town, told ipe nbovil tlio trouble bo bad with bis kidneys, and I -reconimcnded biin to try GIK PILLS, iimd gave him one to lake. Tlin next day, he bought some for binisclf, iinu both lie aiub hls'wifu huvo derived great benclit from them." ., . IIHRUERT H. UAUURJ Gin ?lllH (ir� soc. u box or six boxe.'i for :$:..'^a'at.tU druggists. Sutuplo :seut tree i( , rjcciucileUi 17 /National Drug & Chemical Co. of Canada Limiteci, T^ontb. TUESDA Z FEB. 29th BOOK THE DATEII The Kcd Cross Society is making a special appeal for Fluids lluoughout Alberta on tliis day and everybody has been aslved to do sometliinji on that dsiy to help swell the' Funds of tlie Society. What Will YOU Do ? Many storelveepers and other rclassesiol business nien have responded nobly to the call sent out and have promised a percentage 9I their takings on February 29th. We want to make this day a record day for bilsiiiess for tliem. Will YOXJ help by shopping on Februai^ 29th Jtrom daylight to dark. A list Avill shortly be published of the storelveepers in ' this city who will run special Red Cross Sales on the 29th and Ave want them to have the biggest day's business in their capcer. Remember-There are M0jays and -,.-_-..-_-�-~---.'.��.�'�I':,',; "��-'-'� . Red Cross Day in the month of Feb. IS J- B?/0C ;