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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THREE THE DAILY HKIULD FRIDAY. MAY 12, RED .BIRD BICYCLES HAVI? you n boy? wlinU'limn Giants Now Won Five Games NATIONAL Won 11 Won 11; 13 Ai hiring. Program oi Sports ioi Saturday Aftcinoon. FOR SALE BY THE LETHBRIDGE CYCLE CO. 110 5th St: S. Not only us a fit til) Kill i ill lit; 1 to u 11 o l eii i i lici'on: t i loci st uid Umi i thosi; are ab to attend tor il.u l Uavo in slum i lio a iireat- anil feature of tilt! i oi" entertainment will l 1 lull b] its I events. Some o! oicntoMe, lids i.isiiKss of dtyc or retaining its shape. All goods marked in plain OLD COUNTRY FOOTBALL As a result ot- watching Britia! soldiery at play, the gallant little Gurkhas have become very fine foot- bailers "Jack" Fiiilfiy of Newcastle United and Airdrie fame, is captain of the ieain of the Scots Guards. The popular? half-back IK a price fav- orite at Weliington barracks, "Charlie ,I5oyce, has turned out with much success for Queen's Park, does not come under the mili- tary service act for the reason .which few, if any, 'first-class footballers in Scotland can put c, he !s under-age. Lieut. Maurice- Parry, the old Liver- pool, Patrick Thistle and Welsh inter- national half-back, has now left hos- pital and returned to his regiment in Kgypt. "Tomy" Turner, the ex-Brighton aitd Ilavvo'tull-back, Kfls hilled at the had Reached the rank dcottiali Rifles. ,'fn a battery match, and Diiver -Too .Holtqn's international forward.' scored 16 goals, his side nint.ing by ;17 goals.-to .__ i The Committee of the Leth- brldge Lawn Tennis Club has decided, not to charge .an en- trance fte this year new members. Pees ar'c; Gentle- men Payable to, Miss E. Aird, Treas., Avc. South school or casual loafer: .hoped, that many soldiers. who_. are partially incapacitated by the. war will be able to earn a living or this method. The old men are .guaran- teed a minimum sum 'of 10 shillings a week and are allowed to keep every- thing they earn in excess of this amount. Provided-that: the weather is.even moderately good, the club js, aeidum called upon to pay the caddies the mitiinium- wage, for all old1 men are sent out before the boy3 given work. In return for this --considera- tion the men are. required to report at the at a certain hour in the morning and must not, leave until the day Is over. So far 'the only" drawback to this scheme Is' the fact that the old men have a hard time to find lodgings near the course. i all the land'available Is given up to expensive villas and residences! TOMMY LUSH-ENLISTS lUcAvoy. i INT, i D nor Fi OM Pu F) i i _ j I The tontni intl f Hude and j MacDoiinoll, Hon. Goorgo P. Graham, I Sir George E. Fred Pardee, F j 1 P J Itneit if1 il other h 2 j members ot the house. f ij iea) ..Expresses Regrets f-1 Sir Geoisp To tci c pi csc 1 iemet f niat the md hr-en mde MI' nct of debate Ino 1 of 0 turn .were being; broken and the supporters pf the resolution would condemn The i nd NORTHWESTERN Vancouver 7 13. Great. Falls......'..... B 11 RusseH'and Cheek; he [not in a position to stite The p ialir owed aiduty ta the childre'ri'in Ottawa were going without education. He thought they were big enough in On- tario to find a solution and surely ionic friondly and conciliatory move co'ulrl he made. There, was a" diffar- of opinion as to regulation No. Brown and Brooks; Roche. Sothoron and NORTHERN Acree drove a hot. liner over' third base, j An English sparrow caihe" E wee pin g, Moore, across the field, but was Virginia S 15 4 S 2, Burdon and Ericltsoii; B. Miller .and the cfonnd'hy tho ball.1 The bird Was instantly killed by tho blow. "TIZ" EASES TIRED, SORE FEET RELIEF FOR SORE, SWOLUEN, TENDER, CAL-t- LOUSED FEET AND CORNS Why go limping around with {tell- ing, smffcd-nn tired, -chuf- fed, sore and .swollen you can hardly got ;our shoos on or oft.' Why, doVt >on gi't a box o'E "Tu" from Uie drug store now and gladden your tortured feet? makes your feet glow comfort; fakes down swellings and ilrawH the'soreiiBss'amV niisurjr right out of feet that clmfo, flmart and ('Tia" iiistantly fitopa paiu In corny, callouses and bunions. Is glor- j, for tired, aching, foot. inDru' slioo 9 1 and Fargo Bennett SmiUi. Duluth-Fortr William, cold weather. RALPH DE -PALMA BARRED FROM RAGE jlndianapolis. May da I'atma will her dobiirrtid from international s.wee-iistiil'.os at the. .In- dianapolia motor speedway on Mem- orial day. Word was received1 today from Harncy. Oldlieid that lie wonid not sanction .de ..Paulina's entry. The speedway rules provide that no: car c'nii he stftilcd If not entered by May 1 unless tho written consent, of. all othni1 drivers is oblainm When'do Pfira'a's entry.cnme In txs-g days .Ir.tc, the cilk'talg immedtateJy busy. kno'vhiR that the diunf Ttnllnn-'h a great drawing card. OHlBcUV wired 4iiH nnswcr by ferrinij- to hia entry It wasispeet of tlio 1? and. the lawyers disagreed. HI psttd th it the pas'? i 'enACtment on lawyers could not; d un T inch there .would bo no doubt as to the meaning. Regulation No. 17 had been described as weak. There should ba :ome way of making.it clear. Mr. Grvhara closra ith an apptil foj m unit in the crisis .-George" Foster followed. Ho said li" ltd to hj tin" lutio'n had been.introduced. Ho'could il b ought heie if not for raibclnof It Wo J III c th" frol i h pink of i Iho lit, siul hnigcd with things Thtic 10 one "pJcsenl to foi the Ontario It not at bar of Hit 1 ouw R fer 1115 LO t, iho of Ottawa, ho said tho fauit was because rotuo on'1 p et lint being doit in Ott 1 ibg il whip in nnouncutg thif 'o pi )noied (o >o f 01 resell t ion siid lint in 1S72 ,lr a Con Ind mtio duced1 (i -motion of'similar, lliiew iti re- DM PflPR Km KAbto l nassed bv the found that on this blqnk ho made jlegislrturo of Nuv It had the proviftion that no rust er.tr; "fij nl rt D? bo allowed to start, means de Palina ia out of it. This .Her C iitwnght JIowo fillcv Tuppci olr John Mrgo ND AJIJ fire utmam, in thiee cit e'timiteil it! coupled some uop I'm agp caused hi oit of seer i1 _, un a fourcli and dust riu T i la-it ngi in Noith D-xko i ind Montuia tue" it 11 leudale. Southampton and Uooly were Irnccable to the gale which swept tlib district. The extent of the, .crop damage is still uncertain. Aldus, the light soil d met of tne Pert PhT it is reported that -considerable grail will have to he re-sown. Tlio same ninth m oMii in favahei ind oti or Ear north coimtii s loco j motnt ot fl i on the, Northei Pacific. Castloton branch, was.derail-j rl on runnine; into a pPe of sand ind diiitcd on to tho liackb I 1'ifeskv UK, oiuc t -5 neni in point of Ly the roid as uijjied In the -nc'rtli eml.of the state it1 was dark 'dui'iric the forenoon Wednes1 dav tliat'aulqinobilc lamps were licht- u! m cit s it 11 o clock foil Awhile the wind was at its height failed IT lay tho. dust. Accord- ing to the ouhe huu ui tlu stoim was one ot the worst over known. REMAINS AT CORFU Athens, via Paris, May Albert Of Sorvia .will remaiiv at Corfu for tht the Keneri' stiff of Iho re oiganiT'cd Sennn annj as is trinsport for the Ser mid vlan fleet 113TH OVERSEAS BATTALION, C. E. F. Field Sports and Oilier Entertainments AT FI ril LAl Saturday Afternoon liny Thirteenth, COMMENCING-A-T 2 O'CLOCK FREE ;