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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST 1HB dtrfrf nil IWir THREE THAT SONINLAW OF PAS f I iy Wellington THEE5FRIENT iMOOELroR E COfHSSIONED TO A OFTEN AWARDS AT FAIR The fallowing are futther poultry awards made at the Lethbrldge ex hibition 1st and 2nd 1st 2nd and War hen 1st and hen 1st and Silver 1st 1st and 2nd 1st and Warring Sliver 1st 1st and Warring Golden hen 1st and Warring ton cock 2nd and hen Em Red 1st and hen 1st and hen 1st and and hen 1st and Humphries and Lethbrldge Warrlngton cock hen 2nd and Humphries and Hamil 1st an4 hen and hen and 1st and hen Warrington v cock 2nd and hen 1st and Humphries and f 1st and hen 1st and Warring A ftnd hen 1st and hen Warrington cock 2nd and hen Spring 1st and hen Warrington cock 2nd and hen 2nd Westbrook Lethbriclgcv SCHOOL GIRL TELLS OTHERS Hew They Can Find Relief Fran Periodic tf I nineteen yean and evegy month for two yean I had such pains that 11 would often faint land have to leave I I had such I pain I did not know I what to do with my Iself and tried so I many remedies that I were of no I read about Lydia Pinkhams Vege Itable Compound I in the newspapers and derided to try and that is how I foand relief from pain and feel to much bettor than I use When I hear of wy rfrjl I did I tall them Sow LUa Pinkbwna Vegetable helped i 20 Bowers Lydia Pinkhams Vegetable Corn made from native rooto and contains no narcotic or harmful therefore is a perfectly safe rem edy to give your who from such painful M did aliw The Yeaaon M write Lydia Pinkham Medicine for is because from their 40 yean experience they haye a store of knowledge which is invariably 1st and hen 1st 1st and 3rd and hen 1st and Warrington cock 2nd and hen Sam 1st and 2nd and hen 2nd and Rose 3rd and hen Warrlngton cock 1st and 2nd and hen 1st and Westbrook Rose Warrington cock West brook Silver 1st and hen Golden 1st and Warrington cock 1st and hen Spring White 1st and hen 1st and hen 1st and 2nd and hen Pen of Plymouth Westbrook Lethbrldge Spring Pen of Sam Lethbridge Pen of Silver or Gol James Pen of Rhode Island John Pen of Rhode Island Ptin of Young De Pen of Sam Pen of Dark Hum phries and Pen of White Mc Pen of Stanley Alta Pen of 1st and Pen of Sam Pen of Guinea War 1st and hen 1st and Stanley 1st and hen 1st and Stanley King and hen Stanley Stanley 1st and 2nd and hen Stanley 1st and hen Stanley 1st and 2nd and hen Stanley Red or Red Cheq 1st and Allck Strak Allck Blue Cock Stanley cock Alick andhen 1st and Stanley Kings 1st and Stanley over 1 year and un der Alan Leth Andrew Lethbridge Young Andrew Graham Young Young Young Fekin Losey Indian and Neil Alta Warring WILSON IS GIVEN GREATER POWERS i house of rep resentatives Friday approved the sen ate amendment to the obligatory mi litary service hill empowering the president to send to France regular troops he deemed together with all WHAT success July fr can troops who have been em 9 ployed in the battle have shown themselves to be thor ouglily good remarks the Berlin correspondent of the KoelnUche Volks That enhances the success fr which our brave troops and their commanders have at he CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE was blown tip by an enemy twentyfive failles south by west of this at noon They said they were bound for Lockport at the time with pounds of fish from the Lchave when they sighted a submarine about seven miles The Uboat did not fire at but came up at full reaching hailing dietanco in about fifteen minutes and ordered the crew to take to their boats After sinking the Nelson the sub marine At oclock said Captain we sighted a submar ine about seven miles away coming toward us from a southwesterly direc tion at full In about fifteen minutes she stopped a short distance away from our stern and the order came to us to take to our boats as quickly as This we launching four Acting under Instructions from the commander of the I took one dory and two men alongside the Uboat and we rowed the commander and two men over to the Nelson They had with them several containing I The Germans went aboard nnd ordered me to come with They took our log line and hauled one end of it under the ships making it fast to the main Then they proceeded to keelhaul one of their It was evidently timed as the Germans seemed in no hurry to leave the Demanded The German skipper demanded my papers and flag which I gave He then asked what fish we had on board and demanded some lhalibut which he took and put In the Then he took me into the forecastle and took all the provisions there that he considered worth After he had removed about every thing that was movable he ordered us to leave and take him back to the I asked him if he would allow me first to get a pair of boots he granted then rowed off from the Nelson Tha other dories had proceeded amile or so and they waited for When we gathered together we rested on our pars to see the end of the poor old Nelson but nothing The bomb evidently failed to The Germans got out a boat of their rowed to the schooner and stayed on board about a then returned to the Three minutes later at 12 to be we saw our ship split in two and ifi a few minutes there was nothing left on the but The last we saw of the submarine she was heading At first we thought she was making for a small Lockport schooner which could be seen about five miles But the smoke of a steamer could be seen on the horizon due and the Uboat Immndialely headed for Whether slu sunk the steamer or not I do not as a haze soon came down and wu were unable to see any GREAT PRAISE FOR newspapers print long Items from their special correspondents on the British dwelling the praise accorded by General Mangln to the Scottish troops fighting under his One corres pondent Never has the old thistle of Scot land raisedIts head more never did an enemy attack more ob more stubbornly than the In the words of one of our who Is a groat organizer of victories and knows the meaning of the word the gallantry of our the reached dur ing these operations the highest ex KING REPLIES TO WILSONS MESSAGE re plying to a message from President Wilson on the occasion of the anniver sary of Great Britains entry into the says I am proud that my forces and those of the United States are fighting side by side and you may rest assur ed of our unswerving determination to continue with all strength un til a victory af right over wrong is King George also wired appropriate messages to the heads of all the allied expressing a determination to continue the struggle and the confi dence that the dawn of a victorious Is not far 10 c Packet of WILSONS FLY PADS WILL KILL MORE FLIES WORTH OF ANY STICKY r i Y Clean to Sold by all and General ANDY REPAIRS RADIATORS ALL WORK REAR DALLAS HOTEL Upstairs KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING Phone 1892 710 Fifth The Handsome Stones on view not so expen sive as you may Wo prepare them when no immed iate orders are on for that reason youll find their cost vary reasonable and their artistic ex cellence Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works 8th Street FARMERS Get Your Seed Rye This seed Is grown by The Noble and is of great value in preventing soil The Noble will themselves be sowing acres of this Prices can be obtained from HARRIS ROSSITER 112 FIFTH STREET SOUTH OR PHONE The Noble Phone Lethbridge Rural 1981 Central Alberta Feed for Southern Stockmen The Department of Agriculture being in possession of information as to certain Greenfeed Supplies made available by the cutting of frozen wheat and other grains in Central Alberta is answer enquiries as to available supplies with parties who are pre pared to Winter If you wish to secure some of this feed or if you have stock you wish to have wintered write the Department of giving the follow ing information x Number of cattle or forwhich feed is 1 Whether stockman wishes to buy feed and care for his own stock or put stock in care of Date limits for feeding It pasture required also for balance of season What price per month per head the stockman win ADDRESS ANSWERS TO i ll Deputy Minister of Reliable Shoe Repairs THE CITY BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP 40S 2nd 1734 Next Fire Hall Hay Feed HYDE 2nd and 12th PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE i UECTWCA SUPPLIES AND KINDS QP fMICAL MoKenzle M7 71S tr4 THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting ot all Agents for the World Famous Delco Light Country wiring a 518 4th Avenue Box 334 Phone 735 AUCTIONEER Long experience in stock and farm Sales conduct ed la any part of ALBERTA For Dates and Rates Call The Dowsley Land Leth Phone 1809 Tractor Repairs We specialize in reboring gas tractor and fitting oversize pistons and We havo in stock at present oversize pistons for all popular makes of gas Ford Engines Rebored N1VEN 216 1st Phone 1732 Roosa Transfer We meet all Day and See ua at or Phone 1869 THE PROVINCIAL DEPART MENT OF AGRICULTURE HAS OPENED A BUREAU IN THE BOARD OF TRADE OFFICES LETH BRIDGE To secure and distribute farm Farmers wishing to secure help should apply Immediately to who has charge of this free PHONE 1603 freel Elliott Sheet Metal Works Expert Hot Air Furnace Work Phone 1713 330 6th 8t Alberta SPENCES AUTO LIVERY NIGHT TJRAIN OR HOSPITAL LETHBRIDGE CLOSED CAR PHONE 1324 Phone 1619 Box 80S CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS EVERYTHING IN ACCOUNTING SYSTEMS INCOME TAX BUSINESS TAX FINANCIAL Reid and Paterson Room Dominion Building 612 Fourth GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th i Phone Prompt and Reliable Work Done at Reasonable THE WAR VETERAN WHEN VOU HAVE A JOB TO OFFER Sec duty Hminj ;