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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, AUGUST 5, iOIS Tire OAttf PAGE THREE THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S Wellington roou'-p DO JUSTICE ID FJS FSmHRES! BUT FRiENv-ft SCULPTOR. ft pRoatcnNcf STONE- WTEK-SPOUT, OFTEN m WP FORM-; CT A MAN. E 15 COM1S5IONED fD Do. PHONE HIM I HAW] SEKORIb PD6E fDfc HEEH, I Tho fallowing are further poultry awards made at the Lcthtitidgo ex- hibition: Poiands, Duff, 1st and 2nd; hen, Ifil; 2nd and 3rd, J. H. War- Tington, Cornwall, Ont. Sussex, 1st, hen 1st, J. H. Warrlngton. Hamburgs, Golien, 1st and 2nd, lien 1st and 2nd, J, H. "Warrington. Hamlmrgs, Silver 1st; lieu, 1st, J. H. Warrlnglon. Hamourgs, 1st and 2nd; hen, 1st and 2nd, J. H. Warring- Ion. Hamburg! Silver 1st; hervlst anil 2nd, J. H. Warring- ton. Hamburgs, Golden lit, tea 1st and 2nd, 'J. H; Warring- ton; cock 2nd and hen 3rd, 1. H. Em- menon, Lethbridge, Alia. Bed lat and hen 1st, J. H. Wan-in gton. 1st and lien 1st, J. H. Warring ton. Hantams, Game, Biack, 1st and 2nd, and hen 1st and -2nd, Huraphriea-andHamlHoh.'Lethbridge; hen, 3rd, J: H. Warrington. Bantams, Game, Brown, 1st. 3. H. Warrington; cock 1st, hen 2nd and 3rd, Humphries and Hamil- tickw Bantams, Cochin, 1st and hen 1st, J. H. Warrington. Bantams, Brahma, 1st J. H. Worrlngton. Bantams, Brahma, 1st and 3rd and hen 1st and 2niJ, Warringlon; cock 2nd and hen 3rd, Sam Jones, Lethbrldge., Bantams, Booted, 1st and 2nd and hen 1st, 2nd and'Srd, J. II. Warrington. Bantams, Rose Comh, 3rd and hen 3rd, J.. jr. Warrlngton; cock 1st and 2nd and lien 1st and 2nd, Weslbrook Bros., Leftbridgc. Bantams. Hose Comb', 2nd, J. H. Warrineton; cock Isl, West brook Bros. Baul.uus, Silver 1st and lira 1st, J. H. Warrjngton. Bantams? Golden 1st and 2nd, J. II: Warrington; cock 1st and hen 3rd, H. B. Keller, Spring Coulee, Alta. Bantams, Whito 1st and hen 1st, J. H. Warringlon. Banlams, A. 0. V. 1st and hen 1st, J. II. Warrlngton. Bantams, 1st and 2nd and hen 1st, J. H. Warringlon. Pen of Plymouth Rocks, Barred- 1st. Westbrook Bros., Lethbrldge; 2nd, H. E. Kelley, Spring Coulee. Pen of Wyandbtles, 1st, Sam Jones, Lethbridge; 2nd, R. Scott, Lethbrtdge. Pen of Wyandotles, Silver or Gol- James Benton, Lethbrldge. Pen of Rhode Island Reds, S. 1 at, John Hamilton, Coaldale, Alia. Pen of Rhode Island Reds, R. 1st, Geo. Jones, Lcthbridge. of C. B. H. Young Son, De Wiriton, Alia. Pen of Leghorns, R. C. Bam Jones, Lethbrldge.. Pen of Dark Hum- phries and'IlarcuKon., r, Pen ot Wijite D. 3Ic- Pen of Orpingtons, (CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE) the U-boat Immediately headed for her. Whether sho sunk tho steamer or not I do not know, as a. haze soon camo down and wero unablo to sea any distance." ivas blown up by an enemy submarine, twenty-five "intles south by west of this port, at noon yesterday. They said they were bound for Lockport. at the llnic with pounds of fish from tho Lehavo Banks, when they sighted a submarine L about seven miles away. Tho U-boat did not fire at them, but' camo up at full speed, reaching hailing distance in about fifteen minutes and ordered the crew to take to their boats immediately After sinking the Nelson A, the sub- marine disappeared. "At 11.30 o'clock said Captain Sims, "n-e sighted a submar- ine about.seven mites away coming toward us from a southwesterly direc- tion at full speed. In about minutes sho stopped a short distance away from our stern anU tho order came to us to fake to our, boats as quickly as possible. This we did. launching four dories. Acting under instructions from the commander ol the .submarine, I look one dory auc two men alongside- Ibe U-boat and. we rowed Ihe commander and two men over to the Nelson A. They had with them several hags', containing bombs I suppose. The Germans went aboan and ordered mo to 'come wltii them CHEAT PRAISE FOR m 1st: and. "and Hamilton'." L' "t Bantams, 1st and hen 1st and 2nd, i. H. Warring- -Uanlams, Game, A, O. 1st, They took hauled one our end log of- It line am under thi J. H. Warrlngton. Cochin, and hen 1st, J. H. 'Tarringtbn. lat, Bantams, Cochin, Black-rCock 1st and hen 1st, J. H. Warrington; cock 2nd and hen E. Kelley, Spring Coulee. Bantams, 1st and-hen 1st, Warrlngton; cock 2nd and hen 3rd, Westbrook Lethbrldgp, Alfa.' SCHOOL OTHERS How ThfT Can Find Relief From Nwtat, I un Hri .month for _two ywij 1 bad lachptiM tiat al would often fsuit iud to LrbMl.. I hidwch I own 1 did not kixrw Stanley Kingston, Calgary, Alta; 2nd, B. P. f Tuson, Letbbrldpe, Alta. Pen of Orpingtons, Black, 1st and B. P. Tuson, Lethbriage. Pen ot Minorcas. Black, Sam Jones, Pea of Mincrchs, Black; S. A. G. Spenco, Lethbrldge. Guinea H. War- rington. i Pigeons, lat and 2nd, hen 1st and Calgary, Alia, Pigeons, 1st and 2nd. hen 1st and 2nd, Stanley Hing- fiton, Calgaiy. Pigeons, 1st, and hen Iflt, Stanley Hingston, 'Calgary. Stanley Hingston.; 1st and 2nd and hen 1st, Stanley Kingston. Pigeons, 1st ami hen 1st, Stanley Kingston, Calgary. Pigeon's, 1st and 2nd and lien IsC Stanley Hingstdn. Pigeons, Homers, Red or Red 1st and'2nd, Allck'SErat- cr, Lethbrldge. i Pigeons, Homers, is I, AHck Straker. tried K> wen of DO I to tiio Dddwdedtotrrit how I fowl Rlirf fna and uf the .Scots, reached dur- ng these operations the highest ex- pression." WILL Kill MORE FlirJS THAH OF ANY STICKY rLy Clean to handle. Sold by all (istej and Gener KING REPLIES TO WILSON'S MESSAGE London, Aug. George, slying to a message from President the bccasion of the anniyer- sary'of Great Britain's ehtrj- Into the war, says: "I am proud' that ray forces those of the United States are'fighting side by .side and jrpu may reat ed deterniination to. continue with all our; strength un til; a vt righl over wrong is achieved." King George wired appropriate messages to the heads of all the alUei states, expressiag a delermmation t< continue the conti denco that Ihe dawn oE a Victorian: peaco is nol far distant. ANDY REPAIRS RADIATORS ALL WORK GUARANTEED. REAR DALLAS HOTEL (Upstairs) Jj KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. Phone 1832 710 Fifth Ava. 9. The Handsome Stones on viow not EO einen- sivc as you may imagine. Wo prepare Iheiu' -when no Immed- iate orders are on hand, for that ;reason you'll find Ihelr cost vefy'- reasohable and their .artistic ex- .cellcnco unassailable. Lethbridge Monumental and Cut, Stone Worki R. Needi, Prop. ath Street S, Reliable Shoe Repairs THE CITY BOOT AND! SHOE REPAIR SHOP H. 408 2nd Are. S. Phone.lTSJ Next Fire Hall Hay Feed Cor. 2nd Ave. and 12lh St: A. PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE I ELECTRiCAL, AND AU. KINOB OF JBICAL .WOllk. THE PROVINCIAL DEPART- MENT. OF AGRICULTURE-' HAS OPENED A BUREAU IN THE BOARD OF TRADE OFFICES LETHBRIDGE VJ f To tecure and' distribute farm labor. Farmers wishing to secure help should apply Immediately to MR. J. A. WEIR, who has charge of this free service. PHONE 1603 could be seen Hut the smoke of a steamer could be' seen on the horizon 'due ahd; FARMERS Get Your Seed Rye v 'This seed is grown by The Noble Foundation, litd., and'is of great value In preventing soil drifting. .Tbo Nohlo Foundation, Ltd., wlH themselves be sowing acres'of this seed. Prices can be obtained from HARRIS ROSSITER 112 FIFTH STREET SOUTH OR PHONE 1412. The Noble Foundation, Ltd., Noble ford. .Phone Lethbncfge Rural 2107. 13S-1 FtnUui MedidM Co., Lynn, WILSON IS GIVEN ;GREATER POWERS avana, 'Aug. bbnso of rcaentatlroa Friday approved tho sen- alo aiiicnilnient (o tho obligatory ml. service bill empowrcrinp tho prcsidpnt to send to Francd all'lho regular (ruops ho' dttmed expedlenl, togelber witli all volunteers, v VVMAT SUCCESS) Amsterdam, July can (roops who been era. ployed In the battlo have 41 sbown themsufrea (o b6 tbor- good remarks the JJerlik correspondent of the Koelnljcbo Voids Zelfang. "That onliancoo th6 aucceaa wblch our: bravo troops, and Iholr commanders JiAve be tddi. Feed for Tie Department of Agricijtare being in possession of information as to certain made available by the cutting of frozen wheat and other grains in Central Alberta is prepared to answer enquiries as to available supplies with parties who are pre- pared to winter stock- H you wish to secnre some of this feed or if you have stock yon wish to bav4 wintered write the Department of Agriculture, jiving the follow- ing mfonnatMnii Nnmber of cattle horses, ages, etc., forwhich feed I is required. Whether stockmai wishes to buy feed aid care for his own stock or put stock in care of farmer. Date baits for feeding period. V Is pastare required also for balance of season? What price per month per head the stockman wil! pay. ADDRESS TO Minster i, Aha. THE ROY ELECTRIC Contracting of ail kinds. Agents for World Famous Delco Light Country wlrlne a- specially. 4lh Avenue Box 334 Phone 735 AyCTIQNEER Long experience In stock arid' farm machinery. S conduc t- cd In any part of Alberta. P.LAVXLLEr COALpALE, ALBERTA For Dates and'Rates Call The Dowsley Land Agency, Leth- v bndse. Phone 1803 Sheet Metal Worki Expert Hot Air Furnace Work Phone 1713 330 6th St 8, SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY NIGHT 1RA1N OR HOSPITAL CAL'LS, LETHBRIDGE HOTEL: CLOSED CAR PHONE 1324 Tractor Repairs Wb specialize In reboring gas tractor and Ijlttng oversize pistons arid'rings, Wc.havo in stock at present ovcrsizo pistons for all popular. makes ot gas Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN BROS.i 216 1st Ave..S, _ Phone 1732. Phone P.O. Box 80V L. A. H. Robsa Transfer We meet all (ralni Day and Night. Set at Depot, ir Ptione15G9 CHARTERED ACCOUNTRNTS EVERYTHING IN [J ACCOUNTINQ IIW, AUDITS, INVESTIGATIONS, SYSTEMS INSTALLED, INCOME TAX'RETURNS, BUSINESS BOOK-KEEPJNO, __'______ FINANCIAL .STATEMENTS. i f i Henderson, Reid and Patenon. Room 6, Dominion Building 612 Fourth iAvenue.S. GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th' iPhono t483 Prompt and Reliable Work pone DDNT WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TD OFFER VeteW Cki ;