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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta f V k ft i f V I ii fME Begin the day with A P7s Itself a Food9 A delicious drink should also be considered a valuable adjunct to a as it contains a large ahiount of nutritive matter in an easily digested Its use permits the saving of other and more expensive foods TRADEMARK ON EVERY PACKAGE Booklet of tent FREE w WALTER BAKER Uted Established 1780 DORCHESTER KILLED July Ross of one of the best known hockey motor trap shoot ers and all round sportsmen in died in Bostontoday as the result of a motor cycle accident Announcement of the I tragedy was received this af i if j ternoon in a special dispatch j to a local The de4 tails of the fatal accident are i jj not but it is understood Ross left a few days ago on a weeks vacation S with his The i body is being brought to Moni J treal for Black Tread Red One Diamond For Every Three Cars In America MOTORISTS buyingDiamondTTires in such numbers that over are now in one for every three cars in This patronage is significant when you that the big demand for Diamonds comes jsnotorists who have used them in previous years and insist upon Diamond mileage Such demand can be commanded only by tires A Diamond Tube is likely to outwear your 1 car Made in Gray and in sizes fit any make of the 4Mamond Rubber Ca Incorporated OHIO Local BAALIM MOTOR BCJVIAH How Canadians at the Front Celebrated Firif Special Cable to tho Cnnatllnn Pfesfc July France within pound ot the with airmen hold ing the air a treat meeting of anadlnns celebrated Dominion Day and welcomed tite nuke of ate governorgeneral ot and Sir Robert prime minister of In a great natural amphi our national holiday was cele brated with an enthusiasm never eq ualled at home and an event and ja programme unique In the allies Llko a scene from ancient said a famous Polish o the commanders of the Canadian as he surveyed the vast multi tude of soldiers watching the picked men from every in every known athletic Swinging around the track came four hundred athletes representing each picked men eager to uphold the honor their Overhead a famous Canadian aviator thrilled the crowd with daring turns and dropped a rods sage of good luck to his unl sped away to lead his squadron across the German lines to hold the Hun while the national day was fit tingly Following the athletes came massed jipe two hundred play Ing Bonnie halting In front of the Duke of Connaught and Sir SobeVt each division al band entered tho enclosure playing the divisional Massed in he guests and all the thousands of Canadians present bared their heads as the bands played O Representatives from every allied army there and all gave credit the Maple Leaf men of giving the greatest and most unique holiday ever seen In It was a wonderful Canadian men of Pes Vlmy and Passchen daele met for the first time since they went against Huns on those glorious The nursing sisters ame from base casualty hospitals and hey were cheered by men who had been brought back to health and strength by their watchful care and de From the British army canie many great leaders to do honor to the Canadian force and witness the Can adian The navy was rep resented by prominent officers who iad commanded Canadians in the naval Like Derby Like Derby was the com ment of a British Perfect weather permitted Canadians from all parts of France to Early in ihe morning men from all parts mov ed toward thegreat gathering The prime minister and his colleagues arrived from Vlmy and received great The Duke of Con naught was received by one of the finest guards ever paraded In The guard was drawn from a famous brigade commanded by an officer from the first who lias had a great record In the The guard cheered by the whole proud of their The A football and ten nis were all carried on at the Mine while the famous circus ot the Western brigade furnished humor ous The baseball game final went won by 3 to The game was witnessed by the Duke of Sir Robert Bor den and the of and of played a draw in the tennis while Foulkes and Maynard won the doubles from McAvlty nnd The hundred yard race was run la ten seconds and the mile was done In four minutes and fortyone During the sports aeroplanes photo graphed the The pictures Were developed and the dropping them in the grand The grounds were splendidly arrang ed and it is claimed were better than the flrtt stampede In The grand stand was tOO yards with special stands for distinguished vis The Canadian urnlflhed bunting and other decorations And paid other Sir Robert Bor den says it was the greatest day of his and Calder re marked that he had seen many thous and Canadian gentlemen gathered at one point in Arthur Meighen could not comment on the program as he was too busy meeting old friends to witness the No unfavorable incident marred the Despite the Immense crowd there was no wrong act or sign of Rowell was Impress ed by the wonderful order and con duct of the great How About The sports concert party gave an there being present more than Sir Robert Borden received a wonderful He addressed the How about Sir Robert Borden yelled some Every Canadian soldier has long leave to do his best to beat the retorted the prime minister and ten thousand soldiers sprang to their feet and cheered and waved their hats at this There was never such a gathering or program in It was Canadas day and Canadians are proud of its great Before gomg to the Sir Rob ert and his colleagues with corps and divisional visited Vimy The ridge was ablaze with blood red poppies hiding the de They visited the graves of Canadians who died on that glorious day when they swept the from With the were the men who led Canadians over the ridge and they explained operation that brought fame to Canada and hearten ed the ADDITIONAL with an average of The leading have play ed in thirty or more games are 346 De 342 New 339 335 Philadel 332 326 322 New 316 310 Mur 299 New July Cin IE the new batting leader of the National Averages re leased today give Qroh a mark of 350 with Merkle trailing a point Jake the Brooklyn veteran also is batting Max Pittsburgv who is lead Ing the base added seven to his bringing his total to thirty Rousche of Cincinnati and OMara of Brooklyn are on even terms for honors In sacrifice hitting with sixteen Wickland of Boston and Cruee of Louis are tied in home run hitting with Burns of New the leading scor has registered fortyeight Chicago leads the clubs In batting with an average of The Giants are on top in fielding with Leading batters for thirty or more games are 350 Chi 349 349 341 322 320 317 Chi 311 302 Tyrus Cobb has jumped from sev enth to second place among the bat ters and has advanced into a tie for second place with Bobby Roth of for stolen He Is six bases behind George who is leading that The average Includes games of Wed Cobb also IB getting back to his old tricks in scoring His daring has moved him up to within one run of Harry who with fortyseven leads in runs Cobbs mark is In the last five games Cobb has cracked out seventeen hits which In cluded one triple and one and has a mark ot 842 as compared wltth 324 last This Is four points behind CobbH speed on the paths Is show Ing up well and he stole an even half dozen bases during the week and now has credit for twentythree This mark is six behind who in Ruth of Boston before leav ing his club in the week be cause of a reported misunderstanding with Manager slammed out a brace of Jiome runs and leads In this department with Chapman Ot IB getting away in fine style in hit bunting and has acquired the load among the sacrifice hitters with a mark of New York leads in team batting Camouflage m tea f a cAeeyo fantmuA wilt ISO curt today mate mete ttt Estabrooks LIMITED CwitMl UMHM Rtd Rote Coffee it at gcnemuly good at Red Rote Tea Benny has been coming to the front very fast the last six and promises now to develop into a crack erjack ofa He has been fighting around the east most of the time and has battled against boys heavier than himself and ot the high est He has yet to taste defeat and from all accounts of his contests he has won them by cleancut Bennys Frank claims for his boy over such stars as Joe Frankie Dick Loadman and and at Cleveland last week he gave away considerable weight and beat the speedy Alvle of at a weight of 5 Miller was considered one of the most promising featherweights in the country at one time manager wanted to match him against barr ing the Valgar be a pretty handy youth to give away weight to that extent and beat a clever lad like He can make 111 which is considered the but but offers any mai in world up to He is a fetabli mate of Willie another goo lad at 133 Willie gainednoti riety by knocking out Johnny Dunde in a round but since then he hai proven his worth demonstrate that he has the even though hit quick knockout of the Italian stai might have been partly an accident Valgar and Jackson make pretty good pair to draw We were at The city council meeting The other day And they were talking About a contract For getting rid Of the garbage And we wondered And We thought the garbage Had only to see That wonderful motor truck To hump itself Off down to the And we wondered If the contract were let What would become of That famous truck And those little garbage cans i It So weve decided To suggest That before the truck to sold It might be used To move the hotel Off Gait In gAMTAM Fought of Greater Wtight Yrt to The little French bantamweight i Picnic Lunches One of the things that makes an outing successful is a nicely prepared How much more pleasant it r is for the Ladies of the party if they have no trouble with the eating side of the This is possible for we can prepare and put up a picnic lunch that you will find both Tempting and Satisfying Consult us when you are having a little picnic and let us put up the Kirkbys Afternoop Ice ;