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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 11, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta ��ttirta$;"taay 11th, 1012 Paget U$t1ro, Backward CbiidriA ihiitimwmiAfHM .� H If. Hmm's li�m mol niit Many � growing boy or girl is set down w conrtitu-tiomlly slow, stupid" or lazy when it k really  question of inactive boweli, lazy liver or aliiggiib kidneyi. The growing child, with a hearty appetite, certainly cannot long remain healthy and bright if the sewers of the body, the bowela and the kidney*, are choked up with impurities that hould be thrown -off promptly. ' Tie msddy - complexion, dragging Kmbi and dialike for mental or physical effort show plainly that the child needs Dr. Monw'a Indian Moot PilU to �tir up the lnrer and kidncya and regulate the bowels. Dr. Mirst't Indian Rt*t Pills do this most effectively, cleansing the whole system, purifying the blood, aiding the digestion and giving plenty of life and , activity. As upon the education obtained may depend the success in life of your-boy or girl-see to it that the general health of the child is such that study is pleasure and not a hardship. Made from roots and herbs by W. H.' Comstock Co., Ltd., at Brockville, and sold by all dealers at 25c. a box. 5 Australian Cricket Team a Winner aV Ktti Wlit Cw* London, May 11.- The Australian cricketers ..easily defeated Northampton; winning by an innings and ,64 ruins.- The' Australian Captain Ore-gory, in thc"ifirst innings made 150, antj '^acArthfey 127. Northampton's high, scale was. made by Thonrpson, who comp:led 60 not out. Cambridge heat ilkl.ilescx. by an innings and 2 rUnS. EDMONTON SPRING RACE MEET The Edmonton Spring Race meet be held May 23, 24 and 25tn, beginning at 2 p.m. each day, at the Exhibition grounds. |5,000 will be given In purses for harness and running events. -Over oneJiuudred horses are now in training at the track for this meeting, and the management are. sparing no pains to make this one of the; best 'race- meets ever held on the fast half-mile track at Edmonton! The entries for the harness events close 011 May 2.1, with the Manager, W.-J. Stark,, and for the running events at 10 o'clock of. the day previous to the race. Reduced rates on all railroads. STOMACH MISERY JUST VANISHES r� 'INDIGESTION, SOURNE98, GAS OR DYSPEPSIA FIVE MINUTES LATER ; Ag there la often some one in your femllT who suffers an attAck of indi-'.eatlon or some form of Stomach trouble, why don't you keep some Wapepsln In the house handy? This harmless blessing .will digest anything'you can eat without' the slightest' discomfort, and overcome a four, gassy Stomach- five minutes after. Tell your pharmacist to let you read the formula, plainly..printed on these 60-cent cases of Pape's Dlapepsin, then you will readily.see why it makes Indigestion, Sour Stomach, Heartburn and other distress go in five minutes, and "relieves it once such miseries as Belching of Oas, Eructations of sour, undigested food, Nausea, Headaches, Dizziness, Constipation and. other Stomach disorders. Some folks have tried so long to find relief from Indigestion and Dyspepsia or an out-of-order stomach with the common, every-day cures advertised that they have about made up their minds that they have something else wrong, or believe theirs is a case of Nervousness, Gastritis, Catarrh of the Stomach or Cancer. This, no doubt, is a serious mistake. Your real trouble Is, what you eat does not digest; Instead, it ferments and tours, turns to acid, Gas and Stomach .poison, which putrefy in th* digestive tract and Intestines, and besides poison the breath with nauseous odors. A hearty appetite, with thorough digestion, and without the slightest discomfort or misery of the Stomach, is waiting for you as soon as you decide to try Pape's Dlapepsin. FOOTBALL Remarks on the side-by "Stavordale" Next Tiiosdny evening, at the Athletic Grounds, the Sons of England will meet the CaledonlSJiB In the opening game of the City Football League competition. That it will be a great same there in no doubt, and he would ho a rash rriftn who would .attempt' to predict the result. Both tesomB are confident of success, and the extra week's training has proved of great benefit to the players.. In previous years, the Scotchmen have Invariably shown themselven to be the masters of (he Englishmen,' and history, as we know, has an awkward habit of rp-pentlng itself, but whether the Caledonians will retain their proud position as champions of Lethbrldgc, ,timc alone will show. v 4* + 4* On the other hand, the Sons of .England" are quite confident that this year will see the end of the Caledonians' supremacy In the soccer field, and that the "Sons" will be returned the winners on Tuesday. They claim to have strengthened their team by the inclusion of new men, and by constant practice and training during' the last two weeks, say they, will enter on Tuesday's match in condition to give the Scotchmen "the game of- thciv life." 4* 4* 4* It Is bound to be a great game, whichever side wins, and every lover of a good sporting contest should turn out to witness it. Football is more popular with the I.ethbridge public today? than ever, and we look to see a big-crowd at the Athletic Grounds on Tuesday everting. �4* 4* 4* 4* It is good to know that the game will be in charge of Referee Jack IMvls. Davis is 11 good all-round footballer, nnd his practical knowledge of the game should stand him in good stead as an o/Hclai, whose task is at the best of times a most onerous one. - . . 4* 4" 4* 4� Another game, which willj. probably be played some evening next week, will be between the Sons of Efngrlahd-Second team, and St. Cyprian's Church F. C. The latter, we understand, arc desirous of entering the second-or intermediate-division of the City 'League, and arc, we presume, anxious to trying out their capabilities. They have chosen a fairly Stiff trial horse, in the S. O. K. juniors, but the manager of the St. Cypyjan's team, says, he his quite confident that his lads will make a good-showing. , - ' ," ]-."'.:v Raaor The busy men who are doing the world's ' big work to-day--who are creating Empires of commerce and finance-have little time to waste with the barber. They shave themselves with the GILLETTE, not because it saves-mem money, but because it saves them time and trouble. ; Besides, there's a keen satisfaction, to The Gillette Safety Razor Co. of C^ada, limited OFFICE AND FACTORY, . The New Gillette Bldg., - MsntresJ. the self-reliant man, In giving himself I dean, oooi, oomfortabte OfLLETTS shot In three mkwtos. Try it yoursetf. CUtuidlan team compete at Stockholm this yemv but wc fear that.;it- imposslh'lf. T3ie: soccer game In this country at present is monopolized by tho Old Countrymen,'hut wc arc hopeful that the next Olympiad will find Canada in line with a team of native-born amateurs. 4� + *P Success, financial or otherwise, will never bo attained by a "Canadian football team in Britain, unless that team consists of native-born Canadians. People over there will not pay to see a so-called Canadian team which Ik In reality made up of expatriated 'Englishmen, and Scotchmen, as was conclusively proved by the experience ot" the Hi 11 hurst team of Calgary, last year, �J� 4, 4. -J. If we remember rightly, the cabled reports of the Knglisli Cup rinal, played between Barnsley and "West Bromwich Albion at the Crystal Palace two or three weeks ago, slated that it was one of tho most brilliant "finals" of recent years. This, however, is not hormT'out by our exchanges which have arrived this weeU. .According 10 these, the game was a most disappointing one, and showed that In first-class football In England..there has been a great deterioration in forward play. The old Idea of a good forward was a maVi who would take up the ball in his stride, go on until tackled, and then tipped It on to a comrade, who repeated Ihe lM-rfcrmance. Now, nine times out of ten, when a forward gels the ball he traps it, and stops before going on, or else "boots" it away first time. That part of 11 second taken In trapping the ball In midfleid play, is just what (he opposing do-fence wants. They dlWne the Intention of the forward, and act accordingly. That was tho West Bromwich team's way of playing in the final, from all accounts, and was, of course, futile against the solid Bai-nsley defence. On the other hand, the forward line of the Yorkshire team is described as being more like a side of second-, class.amateurs, except that they were faster and lasted much better. They ha'i practically no combination, and they simply "hoofed" the ball along toward* goal anil if they were lucky, which, on this occasion, they were not. they .sometimes gjt c goal cr two. 'b "4* -I- For the- past three years the Cup final at the Palace has ended in a draw, necessitating another game. It appears that this want of finality Ih causing a good deal of dissatisfaction In football circles in the Old Country, and the probability is that next yjar will see the Cup final really played to a finish at the crystal Famous financier Wins His Spurs as a Breeder JOAKSIKSTOK KIRS ' GODFREY ftMSqU^W  Thomas F. Ryan,, one of the powers of the financial world, won his spurs as a breeder of saddle horses at the recent Lakewood show, Kensington King, winner of the open class for horses ex-ceedtng fifteen hands, having been raised by Mr. Ryan at his farm in Virginia. The horse is a chestnut, 15.3 hands high, of Highland Eagle, a sou of Highland Denmark that Chas. L. Bailey selected for Mr. Ryan to head his stud. ' When the noted financier isold the first consignment of his own breeding-at Durland's last year the practised eye of God-�frey Preece saw in the bloomlike chestnut a future show horse, and he bought him for development. It was Mr. Preeco who brought him 6ut in public at Lakewood. He is a v.eryJjloddHlte horse, having all the quality of a thoroughbred, combined with the striking style of the Kentucky saddle horse. Expect Much of the Carlisle Indian Palace. STAVOTIDAU A CUP OF B0VRIL COSTS LITTLE , but tlie -comfort nnd health, the increased eii-joyrjienfc. and power it will give you cannot: be measured by money. ,s . Lewis- 'I'ewiinuna ot Carlisle finish-cri ninth in the London Marathon, although lie went with the' American Olympic .is .a lf)-niilcr. The little I-lopi Indian lias a son/ewhat wealing style, with little of the Indian lope to it. but can run a hard race on a cool, cloudy day. It is thought thai. Trwunima would make a -good showing in Sweden in - the summer weather, which is bracing and lacking in humidity, and his place on the Olympic team, like that of l)e Mar, is said to he assured. JOHNSON GETTING BU8Y J Chicago, May 10.-.lack Johnson declared today that he will begin boxing at once in preparation -for his Fourth of July match with Jim Flynn in Las Vegas, N. H. Yhe champion has been doing road work for some days. He says the shoulder"which he recently injured in an automobile'accident is now strong; enough to permit boxing. SHORT HITS The Boston Red Sox seem to have a real pitcher in Bedlent.- The youngster has 'faced the world's champions twice and got away with it. Baseball is popular in Honolulu, according to members of the Chinese Hawaiian team now In. this country. L: Akana, one of the players, discussing the game, says: "i'-don't think the people over there could live without baseball. A good week day crowd Is 2000, while on Sunday we draw 8000 or flOOO. Ourt most important games arfe with the Japanese nines. It ia a great, wonder to me that China and Japan have not gone to war just over these games. _ The people camp out on the field the night before the game. When play is called the bravest man in that mob is the umpire. He usually receives about one hundred letters threatening him with death if he doesn't throw the game. Over there we play to a finish; darkness make no difference to player or fan." Zach Wheat, the hard hitting outfielder, has been laid up with an injured ' ankle. The doctors; havie advised complete rest for a time. Tailored Self-confidence, so necessary to success, comes of selfnespect-Hhe knowledge that one "Has the goods'* and looks the part. ' � . v'*rpT\'v^rLTJ, RIDPATH CASH TAILORS AND CLOTHIERS \ 707-3rd Ave, South,. Hull Slock, Ltthbrldg* If S. O. E. Team For Tuesday's Big MdtctH " Writing this afternoon, our football correspondent, "Stavordale," says: While the team to represent the Sons of England, in their.first league* -match 0.' the soascn, against the Caledonians, has not been officially given out, I don't think the actually lineup on Tuesday will differ mufh from the folowing: Cole?, goal; Farris and Firth, backs', Willetts, Chiswick and Lee, halfbacks;' Falrbrother, "Ashman, Parker, Holberton and A. Gurr, forwards. Thai, is just about as strong,* combination of Englishmen as the Calllea have met. in previous matches; and should give the Scotchman a hard fight for the honors. Bobbie FaiTbro-ther Is in the game again, and is satis- fied that he can give a good.account of himself. Ashman Ib. a new man, and much interest will be shown bjr the fans in his appearance for th� Sons. So far as v& known the Caliies have not yet selected their team, and with the many aspirants for first eleven honors in> their -ranks, it would be unwise to venture a forecast oj their probable line-up at this time. Shampoos the Hair Without Wetting the Hair ,In every package of Machela, Nature's Scalp Tonic, which has a record .for-growing hair OS cases out of 1j00-there is a package. of Machela Dry Shampoo Powder, price for complete home treatment $1.00. ' Sold, arid'guaranteed by Jackson Sc. Co. , T� submit to a he��l�che is'to waste energy, time and comfort. To stop it-stonce.slmply take . .- 1* ' NA-DRU-CO Headache Wafers Your Druggist will cirifirmour sts'temerit' that they do-not contain anything thai can harm heart,or nervous system. 25c-a box, NATIONAL ONUO ANO CHCMICAC CO, OF'CANADA. tlMlTCD. 124 ;