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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta .AM PAGETEX THE LETHBUIOGE DAILY HERALD C, Begin Ihe day wilh "Is Itself a Food" A pure, delicious drink; should -also be considered a valuable meal, as it contains; a large amount of nutritive matter in an easily digested Its use permits the saving of other and more expensive, TRADE-MARK ON EVERV PACKAGE o[ Cfcclce Retires sent'FREE WALTER BARER GO. limited Established 1780, DORCHESTER MASS. How Canadians at Mont "First" (Special Cabld to tho Canadian Press) London. July _France pound of the airmen hold- ing the air marhes, a great meeting of Canaaiaus celebrated Dominion Day and welcomed tho Dufce of Connaugbt, lalo governor-general of Canada, and Sir Robert Bordeii. prime minister'of Cauada. ID a great natural amphi- theatre, our national holiday was cele- brated with an enthusiasm never eq- ualled at home anil an event and ja prograuiuie unique In the allies armies. "Like a scene from ancient said a famous Polish representative the commanders of the Canadian forces, as he sun eyed the vast multi- tude of soldiers watching the picked men.from 'every In every known athletic sport. Swinging around the track came four hundred athletes representing each division, picked men eager to uphold the honor of. their units. Overhead a famous Canadian aviator thrilled tha crowd wills daring turns and dropped a mes- sage dr good luck to his .compatriots And sped away to lead; his squadron across tha German lines to hold the Hun-while the national day fit- tingly celebrated: Following the athletes came massed pipe bands, two hundred strong, play- ins "Bonnie halting in front of the Duke of Connaught and Sir Robert Borden. Later, each division- al bnji" entered tbo enclosure playing the divisional march. Classed in front, the guests and all the thousands bl Canadians present bared their heads as the bands played "0 Canada." Representatives from every allied army .were there, and: all gave credit to the Maple Leaf men of giving the greatest and" most-unique holiday ever seen in airope. It wag a von Canadian reunion, men of Yprea, Fes- Uibert, Somme, Vlmy and daele met-for-the1 first time since they went ngainsi the. Huns on Thoae glorious days. The nursing sisters came from base casualty hospitals siid they were cheered by men who had been brooght back to health and sjreasth watchful care and de- volioiL.' From the British'anh? canie many great leaders to do honor (o the Canadian force and witness the Cah: acHari Celebration. The. navy was rep- resented by prominent officers wlio !iad .commanded Canadians in 1he naval service. Like Derby Day. "Like Derby was the com- ment of'a 'British Perfect weather permitted Canadians from all parts of France to gather. .Early in the morning men from all parts mojr- ed toward the'great gathering placp, The prime, minister and his 'colleagues arrived1 from Vlmy :.and received" a great reception. ..The Duke of Con- aaught was received by 'one of tHe Eineet guards erer paraded in France. The guard was drawn from, a famous brigade commanded by an officer from the first for.ce, who -lias bed a great KILLED ART July Art Ross of one of; theT best Known players motor cyclists, footballers, trapjshoot- and all round sportsmen in Canada, Boston' tod a> i as the. result of a moloir cycle accident. Announcement of tho J r> tragedy, was, received this af- ternoon in ;a: special dispatch to a local newspaper. The de- J tails of the fatal" accident are i not known, but it Is understood, 31r left 3Sonfreal a few daVs ago on nveeks vacation f with his'brother, Hugh? body is heing brought to ildn- treal for burial i Black Tread Red Sidez One Piamond For Every Three Gars In America MOTORISTS Tare" Diamond such nufnbers that over are now in for eVery three cars in America.! This patronage is gignlfisant when you consider j that the big demand for Diamonds comes fromj bsiotonsts who have used thfefn'in previouS'yearsahil insist upon Diamond mileage again. Such demand can be commanded only, by tires i of, wiper-value, v A'Diamond Tubejs to outwear yoor 1 caritielf. Made in Gray and Red, in fit any make of tire. thc45iamond Kiibber Co, AKRON, OHIO Local Diitribaton BAALIM MOTOR CO Uthbridge, Alberta, record In tb? 'fleH. The cheered by Ihe whole army, proud ot (heir Una-showing. Sporti. Baseball, lacrwEe. rootball tnd tfe- ills were all carried ou at same time, while the tarnous circus of the Western brigade furulshed a humor- ous part. The baseball game final went .eleven Innings, vat bjr 3 to 2. The game n-as witnessed bjr the Duko ot Coanaught, Sir Robert Bor- den and tho nilnlelcrs. Foulkes, ol Victoria, and McATltjr; o( St. John, played a draw in the tcnnte slntlca, whllo Foulkcs and Maj-nard woii doubles trom'McAvlly.and BrM The hundred-'yard race run In ten seconds and Iho mile was done In four mlnntes and forty-one secondi During the sports aeroplanes photo- graphed the scene. The pictures were developed and the dropping them in the grand etand. The grounds were splendidly, arrang- ed and it is craltned were better thaa the (Irst stampede In Calgary. The grand stand yards longr with special -stands for distinguished vis Itors. The Canadian Y.M.C.A. furniehec bunting and other decorttlohs anc paid other eipensss. Sir noberl Bor deu'says ifvvas the greatest1 day oi and lion. J. A. Calder re- marked.thai he had seen many thous and Canadian gentlemen 'gathered a! one. point in France. Hon. 'Arthur Meighen could not comment, on the program as was too busy meet ing old friends the nnfavorable incident marred the day Despite the immense crowd there'was no or sign of Ill-teeltag Hon. X. W. Rowell was the .wonderful order and: coa duct of the great -assembly. How. About Leave.' The sports, concert, party, gave an there being presen more than: Sir Robert Borden received a.ivonderiul addressed "How about leave .yelled Sir Robert one. "Every. Canadian soldier has'Ion; leave to do his .best to beat ,th'e Hun, retorted the nnhie, minister and te thousand soldiers sprang to their ftp and cheered and waved their hats a this There was never such a gatherin or program in.Europe. ILwas'Ca.nada' day nnd Canadians are proud of il great success. Before going to the sports, Sir Horn ert and his .colleagues with., corps and divisional commanders. visited 'Umj Bidge TLe ndge was ablaze with blood red'poppies hiding the de- vastation. They visited the graves of, Canadians-who died ou. that glorious day when they swept the Hun.from Mm> With the partv were. the. men who led Canadian the ndgc and thev explained operation 'that brought fame to Canada and hearten- ed the Allie'F ADDITIONAL SPORT jth an.average or269. The leading have play- Ed in thirty or more games are Sisler St Louis 316, Ccbb. rolt 342, Baker, fcew York 339 luth, Boston, Phlladcl phfa, 326 hooper. Boston. New 'York 31C; Walker, Phllaaelphla, Xliir piy, Chicago, New'York Chicago, July Groh, Cin cinnaEi, Is the new batting leader of the National League., Averages re- leased to Jay give Qroh a mark of 350 with Mettle trailing a point behind. Jake Daubert, the Brooklyn veteran also la batting 349. Max Ca'rey, Is lead Ing the base added seven to his credit, bringing his tolaMo thirty- Tour, -Roiische- of Clncirinali and O'.Mara of Brooklyn are_on even terms for-honors In Eacriflce' bitting with siiteen each, Wickiand oi'. Boston and Cruse of SI. Louis are tied in home run hitting with Burns ol New York, the leading scor .has registered' forty-eight- Hmea, J Chicago kads the clubs in batting with an average of 273: The GiarUs are on topjn fielding.with 971. Leading batters "for thirty or more games are; Groh. Cincinnati, Chi cago, 349; bauberX DrooTtlyh, 349 Smfth, Boston, 341; Mann, 322; Will Fh i! ad elph ia, 320; Faekert, Chicago, 317; Chi-1 cagft, 311; Btgbee, Schniandt, Brooklyn. 299.' TyruH Cobb has jumped from sev- enth to second place among Ihe bat- ters and has advanced into a tie for second- place with Bobby Rolh at Cleveland, for stolen bases. He la six baaea behind George Blalcr, SI, Lonls, who Is leading that deport men I, Tbe average, includes games of neSday.- Cobb also la getting batik to hie old tricks In runs. His rfartng has moved him up l6 within one run of Harry Hooper, Boalon, who with forty-seven leads In runs Cobb'B mark is forty-six. In the Cobb .hat? cracked out seventeen hita In- cluded one triple and has a marX of 342 33 compared wltth 324 last week. This Is four p bfchlod Sister.." Cobb'a on the paths la show- ing up well [and hft itolc an even half basHa .during the week and has credU (or twenly-lbroo thefts. This mark is behind Sisler, who la leading. "Babe" Rdlh ot BOalon before IMV- Ing his club fn lha Vcik bo- cauic of a reported ,wllh Manager Barrow, slammed out a brace of fiome runs and leads in this department with eleven. Chapmfth o( Cleveland, Is getting, away In fine Atyfc Io hie hunting and has acquired ihc load among the sicrlflcii hSUera with a MSirU of 22, New York leads ia learn balling Camouflage ou pay ffietAa9ne, waJi tut tea fox on acheap tea-wnicfi witt, wMcA 250 We were at The ciljr council meeting The other dav_. f And they were1 talking About a .contract For getting rjd Of the garbage Andv we wondered And We thought the: garbage Had only lo tee', Thai wonderful motor track' To h'jmp llaelj, OK down to dump. And wo If the What wonM becoma of :f f ThM famous .tfvick, v And those garbige-cans It'had. So we've decided; before truck to sold It might he used To move tho C.P.K. hotel Off Oalt Gardens. t. race. HM Fought Boxt'n of Gruttr Weight to T. H. Estabrooks C0 Rtd ROK Coffct a 0s jehenxfWy good at R td Rose_ TiA enny Valgar, lias been coming to the ont fast tbe lasL six niontlis and' omises now to develop into a crack oft a-featherweight; He1 baa been'fighting around the e time arid'bas against boy3 earier than himself and ol the high %t: class. He has yet to taste "defeat nd from all accounts-of bis-contests e b'y clean-cut'work, cnny's manager, Frank Bagley, lalms Tjictorles for hfs boy over such stars as Prankie Burns, Dick Loadinan and otters, and at' Cleveland last week he gate away conaiflcrable w eight and beat speedy featherweight, Alvle Miller, ol L6'raine'Ohio'at a weight pounds. Stiller was considered one of the moat promising featherweights In the country time and JJmmj Dann Johnn> Kflbane wanted to match him against all, barr- ing the champion t be a pretty handy youth to giTe away weight to that eTlent and beat.a clever lad liko Ilen'can make 1L pounds, which la considered the tam.limit but'offers any.roaj in the world up to 122 He is a fejabl mate of Wlllte Jackson another gocy lid at 133 pounds, WI1116 galriei7iot< riety by knocking out Johnny' in aground but since then haj proven hlsf.worth .and. that he has the goods? even though, hi _quick knockout of the Italian Jstal might have been parti) an accident However, Valgar and Jackson.mike t pretty good pair to draw to A Tbe little French ts t r Picnic Lunches One of