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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, AUGUST 5,1018 Tire CBrmmiDOB oattjy rmrnvcn - ."AGE THREE THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S By Wellington ...1vKIN^ FOR. a hO0ELf=DR A Qi^J3(ian� J HE \5 COniSSIOhJED P DO.l imU'PHONEHinl HAVE Cf A ^ROTTESQUELJi'SHAPED MAN, FURTHER POUQRY AWARDS AT FAIR Tho following aro futtlier poultry awards made at tho Lothbrldgo exhibition: Polands, Buff, liaced-Cock, 1st and 2nd; hen, Ist, 2nd and 3rd, J. H. Warrington, Cornwall, Ont. Sussex, Red-Cock Ist, hen let, J. H. Warrington. Hamburgs, Golden, Spangled-Cock 1st and 2nd, hen 1st and 2nd, J, K. Warrington. Hamburgs, Silver Spangled-Cock, Ist; hen, 1st, J. H. Warrington. Hamburgs, Black-Cock, 1st and 2nd; hen, 1st and 2nd, J. H, Warrington. Hamburgs, Silver Pencilled-Cock Ist; hen, 1st and 2nd, J. H. Warring ton. Hamburgs, Golden Pencilled-Cock, Ist, hen 1st and 2nd, J. H. Warrington; cock 2nd and hen 3rd, 1. H. Em-meraon, Lethbridge, Alta. Red Cap-Cock 1st and hen 1st, J. H. Warrington. Silkies-Cock 1st and hen Ist, J. H. Warrington. Bantams, Game, Black, Red-Cock 1st and 2nd, and hen 1st and 2nd, Humphries and Hamilton, Lethbridge; hen, 3rd, J. H. Warrington. Bantams, Game, Brown, Rod-Hen 1st, J. H. Warrington; cock 1st, hon 2nd and 3rd, Humphries and Hamilton. Bantams, Game, Duckwlng-Cock lat and 2nd, hen 1st and 3rd, J. H. Warrington, Cornwall, Ont; hen 2nd, Humphries and Hamilton. ' Bantams, Game, Pyle-Cock 1st' and hen 2nd, J. H. Warrington; cock 2nd And hen 1st and 3rd, Humphries and Hamilton. Bantams, Game, Birchen-Cock 1st and hen 1st and 2nd, J. H. Warrington. Bantams, Game, A O. V.-Hen 1st, J. H. Warrington. Bantams, Cochin, 3uff-Cock Ist, and hen Ist, J. H. Warrington. Bantams, Cochin, Black-Cock 1st and hen 1st, J. H. Warrington; cock 2nd and hen 2nd, H. E. Kelley, Spring Coulee. Bantams, Cochlie, White-Cock 1st and hen 1st, J. H. Warrington; cock 2nd and hen 2ntl nnd^Srd, Westbrook Bros., Lethbridge,. Alta. SCHOOL SIRL TEL13 OTHERS How They Can Find Relief From Periodic Suffering*. Nashua, KiM.-" I am Dinataaayaan Id and eveKjr mootb for two jears I had Buch paini that 1{1 would often faint and bava to leava aehool. I had such pain I did not know what to do with niy �dy to give your daughter, who luffera from luch painfol periods an did Uiu llartia. Tlie reason so many girls mita >Lydia E. Pinkham Hadicine Co., Lynn, Mass., for advice, is beeauaa from their 40 yeara experiencO they have a store of kaowlsdga which is invariably helpful. Bantams, Cochin, Partridge-Cock 1st and hon 1st, J. H. Warrington. Bantams. Brahma, Dark-Cock 1st .1. H. Warrington. Bantam.>i, Brnhma, Light-Cock 1st, and 3rd and hon Ist and 2nd, J, H. Warrington; cock 2nd and hen 3rd, Sam Jones, Lothbrldgo. , Bantams, Booted, White-Cock lat and 2nd and hen 1st, 2nd and 3rd, J. H. Warrington. Bantams, Rose Comb, Black-Cock 3rd and hon 3rd, J. H, Warrington; cock Ist and 2nd and lion 1st and 2nd, Woalbrook Bros., Letlibrldgo. Bantams, Rose Comb, White-Cock 2nd, J. H. Warrington; cock 1st, West brook Bros. Bantams, Silver Soabright-Cock lat and hen Ist, J. H. Warrington. - Bantams, Golden Seabright-Hen 1st and 2nd, J. H. Warrington; cock 1st and hen 3rd, H. E. Kellcy, Spring Coulee, Alta. Bantams, Whito Japanese-Cock 1st and hen 1st, J. H. Warrington. Bantams, A. O. V. Japanese-Cock 1st and hen 1st, J. H. Warrington. Bantams, Polish-Cock 1st and 2nd and hon Ist, J. 11. Warrington. Pen of Plymouth Rocks, Barred- 1st, Westbrook Bros,, Lethbridge; 2nd, H. E. Kelley, Spring Coulee. Pen of Wyandottes, White-Ist, Sam .Tones, Lethbridge; 2ml, R. Scott, Lethbridge. Pen of Wyandottes. Silver or Golden-1st, James Benton, Lethbridge. Pen of Rhode Island Reds, S. C- Ist. John Hamilton, Coaldale, Alta. Pen of Rhode Island Rods, R. C- 1st, Geo. Jones, Lethbridge. Pnn of Leghorns, S. C. White-Ist, E. H. Yoiing & Son, Do Winton, Alta. Pen of Leghorns, R. C. Brown-1st, Sam Jones. Lethbridge. Pen of Dark Cornish-Ist, Hum phrles and Hamilton. Pen of WItlte Cornish-1st, D. Mc Cartoo, Taber, Alta. Pen of Orpingtons. White-1st, Stanley Hingston, Calgary, Alta; 2nd, E. P.Tuson, Lethbridge, Alta. Pen of Orpingtons, Black, Isfc and 2n(l, E. P. Tuson, Lethbridge. Pen of Minorcas. Black, R.C.-1st Sam Jones. Lethbridge, Pen of Minorcas, Black, S. C-Ist A. G. Spenco, Lethbridge. Guinea Fowl, pair-1st, J. H. Warrington. Pigeons, Turbits-Cock 1st and 2na hon 1st and 2nd, Stanley Hingston, Calgary, Alta. Pigeons, Trumpeters-Cock 1st and 2nd, hen 1st and 2nd, Stanley Hlng Bton, Calgary. Pigeons, Magpies-Cock Ist, and hen 1st, Stanley Hingston, Calgary. Owls-1st, Stanley Hingston. Swallows-Cock Ist and 2nd and hen 1st, Stanley Hingston. Pigeons, Archangels-Cock 1st and hen 1st, Stanley Hingston, Calgary. Pigeons, Dragoons-Cock 1st and 2nd and hen Ist, Stanley Hingstdn. Pigeons, Homers, Red or Red Cheq uered-Cock lat and 2nd, Alick Strak er, Lethbridge. Pigeons, Homers, Blue-Cock 1st, AHck Strakor. Pigeons, Homers, Blue Chequered-Cock 1st, Stanley Hlngstti.i; cock 2nd, Alick Straker. Pigeons, Homers, A.O.V.-Cock 1st, and- hen Ist and 2nd, Stanley Kings ton. Pigeon, A.O.V.-Cock 1st and 2nd, Stanley Hingston. Turkey, Bronze, over 1 year and under 2, Male-lat, Alan Hamilton, Leth- bridge, Alta. Turkey, White, Holland, Male-1st, SUBS SINK VESSELS (CONTINUEli FROM FRONT PAOK) was blown up by an enemy submarine, twenty-five "miles south by west of this port, at noon yesterday. They aid they wore bound for Lockport at tho time with 770,000 pounds of flah from the Lehavo Banks, when they sighted a submarine about seven miles away. Tho U-boat did not firo t them, but came up at full speed, reaching hailing diatanco in about fifteen minutes and ordered the crew to take to tlieir boats- immediately. After sinking the Nelson A, the aub-marino diaappeared. "At 11.30 o'clock yesterday," said Captain Sims, "we sighted a submarine about seven miles away coming toward us from a southwesterly direction at full speed. In about fifteen mlnutee she stopped a short distance away from our stern and tho order came to us to take to our boats as quickly aa possible. This we did, launching four dories. Acting under instructions from the commander of the submarine, I took one dory and two men alongside the U-boat and we rowed the commander and two men over to the Nelson A. They had with them several hags, containing bombs, I suppose. The Germans went aboard and ordered mo to come with them. They took our log lino and hauled one end of it under the ship's stern, making it fast to the main rigging. Thou tliey proceeded to keol-haul one of their bombs. It was evidently timed as the Germans seemed in no hurry to leave the ship. tho U-boat immodiaioly headed for lior. Whether sin- .sunlv tho steamer or not I do not kiuiw. a.s a haze soon camo down and wu wuro uuablo to see any distance." GREAT PRAISE FOR SCOTTIS Paris, Aug. .^i-Tho newspapers print long items from tlieir special correspondents on llie British front, dwelling on the pniise uccordod by General Mangin to Hu! Scottish troops fighting under his onlors. One correspondent says:- "Never has the old thistle of Scotland raised its lioaii more bravely, never did an enemy attack more obstinately, more stiibbornly than the Gernij^ne. In the words of ono of our leaders, who is a ureal organizer of victories and knows tliu moaning of the word 'bravery', the gallantry of our friends, the Scots, reached during those operations tho highest expression." ANDY REPAIRS RADIATORS Clean to handle. Sold by all Drug* (ists, Grocers and General Storea> ALL WORK GUARANTEED. REAR DALLAS HOTEL (Upstairs) /'--^ KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. Phone 1892 710 Fifth Ave. 8L Demanded Papers. 'The German skipper demanded my papers and -flag which I gave him. He then asked what fish we had on board and demanded some diaiibut which he took and put in the dory. Then he took me into tho torecaatle and took all the provisions there that ho considered worth taking. "After ho had removed about everything that was movable he ordered us to leave and take him back to the submarine. I asked him if he would allow me first to get a pair of boots andJie granted permission. We then rowed off from the Nelson A. Tho other dories had proceeded almile or so and they waited for us. When wo gathered together we rested on our pars to 600 the end of the poor old Nelson A., but nothing happened. The bomb evidently failed to explode. The Germans got out a boat of their own, rowed to the schooner and stayed on board about a minute, then returned to tho submarine. Three minutes later at 12 noon, to be exact, -we saw our ship split in two and in a few minutes there was nothing left on tho surf ace, but wreckage. "Tho last we saw of the submarine she was � heading east-southeast. At first wo thought she was making for a small Lockport schooner which could be seen about five mileB away. But tho smoko of a steamer could be seen on the horizon due south, and KING REPLIES TO WILSON'S MESSAGE London, Aug. 5.-King George, replying to a message from President Wilson on the occasion of the anniver sary of Great Brituiiiti entry into the 'war, says: "I am proud ray forces and those of the United States are figlUing side by side and you may rest assured of our unswerving determination to continue with all our strength until a victory of right over wrong is achieved." King George also wired appropriate messages to tlie heads of all the allied states, expressing a deiermination to continue the struggle and the confidence that tho dawn of a victorious peace is not far distant. The Handsome Stones on view here are not so expensive as you may Imagine. Wo prepare them -when no immediate orders are on hand, for that reason you'll find their cost very reasonable and their artistic excellence unassailable. Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works R. Needs, Prop. 8th Street 3. Reliable Shoe Repairs THE CITY BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP H. LANGLEY, Prop. 408 2nd Ave. S. Phone,1731 Next Fire Hall FARMERS Get Your Seed Rye This seed Is grown by The Noblo Foundation, Ltd., and Is of great value in preventing soil drifting. The Noblo Foundation, Ltd., will themselves be sowing 5,000 acres of this seed. Prices can be obtained from HARRIS & ROSSITER 112 FIFTH STREET SOUTH OR PHONE 1412. The Noble Foundation, Ltd., Nobleford. Phone Lethbridge Rural 2107. 198-1 Hay & Feed F. 0. HYDE & CO. Cor. 2nd Ave. and 12th St. A. PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE IB THE PROVINCIAL DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE-HAS OPENED A BUREAU IN THE BOARD OF TRADE OFFICES , LETHBRIDGE , ; r' To secure 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 ]ULECTR3CAl ?J)SUPPLIES AND AUL KINDS OP BLMb TRICAU WORK. W.L. MoKenzle ^ Co. ^HONB U7 71t trd Avs. 8. Andrew Graham, Lethbridge; 2nd, E. H. Young & Son, DoWintou, Alta. Turkey, Whito, Holland, Female- 1st, Andrew Graham; 2nd, E. H. Young & Son. Geoae, Embden, Male-Ist, E. H. Young & Son. Geeso, Embden, Female-Ist, E. H. Young & Son. Ducks, Pokln -^Ist, L, B, Losey & Son, Winnlfred, Alta. Ducks, Indian Runner-1st and 2nd, Neil A. McKellar, Tabor, Altn , Ducks, Cuyuga-1st, J. H. Warrington. WILSON IS GIVEN GREATER POWERS I Havana, Aug. 5.-The liouse of rerp-resentatlvea Friday approved the senate amendment to tho obligatory ml-lit4iiry service hill empowering tlio president to send to Franco all'^the regular troops ho doomed expedient, together with all voluntoors. ^ THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical- Contracting of all kinds. Agents for the World Famous Delco Light Country wiring a specialty. 518 4th Avenue Box 334 Phone 735 Freel & Elliott Sheet Metal Works Expert Hot Air Furnacs Work Phone 1713 330 6th St. 8, Lethbridge, Alberta �  � WHAT SUCCESS? * Amsterdam, July 5.-Amerl- * can troops who have been em- ahown themsolvos to be thor- ? > oughiy good fIghtei-B, remarks > ^ tlio Rerlla corrospondient of "That onhancoB the succoss iPhone 1483 Prompt and Reliable Work Done at Reasonable Prices. :^|^ dont; 5-_FDRCET ^ THE WARVETERAN when you have a JOB to OFFER 1/ ' PleasGLhoNfjitt SecV Veterins' Cfailil Phone ITJlJt^j!: 09 ;