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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta i�AGEsre THE LE'THBRIDGo DAn.tA-f THAT? at IT SPELLED-OH-.HERE �T 1^-- A MAN \JHQ... �:=>  � : MISKE OUTFOUGHT HIM ? ? - ? ? Jersey City, N. Y., July 15. ? X -Billy Mlsko ol St. Paul out- > > fought Bartley Madden of New > > York In an eight round bout ? ? here tonight. Miske carried ? > tho fight to his opponent in every round, using right hooks ? > to the head and body, while ? ? Maddon depended on right and >> loft swings. Miske will meet : ? Jack Dompsey at Madison Square Garden, N. Y., tomor- ? > row night. : > < pleaisantly spent on the lake, which was on its best behavior. Amongst those present were Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Bowman, Mr. and Mrs. George Stacey and Mr. and Mrs. Hannah and over fifty members and their guests. TRAVIS BEAT NICHOLLS. Lawrence, Mass., July 13.-Jerome Travis, former amateur national golf champion, defeated Phil NlchoUs, tho English protessional, one up In an ev hlbition Red Cross golf match at the Merrlmac Valley Country Club today. Travis scored 39-36-76; NlchoUs, 39-37-76. As announced In their advertlse-me'ht on Milndi page the Hudson's Bay have chartered the entire street railway service between the hours of 9 and 12 Wednesday morning for the purposes of the last faw hours of their July Clearance Sale. They invite you to avfiU yourself of the opportunity for exercising thrift It afto'rds.-^Advt. GEIANS OM BACK OVER mm (CoNTiVTJED rnou Fbont Faob) Make our Garage your Stampede Headquarters Prompt and Courteous Attention in AD Matters. BUOU MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. "THE HOUSE OF SERVICE" A GOOD ^SQUARE' MEAL Made right and Served right by AUWhHe Help. TheSilverGrill Cor. 4tli Aye. � Bth St. RESULTS AOOATIC CLOB SPORTS The Aquatic Association were in festive mood last evening and staged a weather of pleasurable events. Tho members and their guests met early in the evening, anil liold a picnic supper. Afterwards a regatta, was held, which gave llio new and younger members of tho club an opportunity of showing their skill in (and out) of a canoo. Many of llie youngsters were very green novlce.'i a few weeks ago, they liavo made vory excellent progress under the gulilanoe of T. C. Hid-path and other nlil hadds, and the sV.owing last night is moat promising for a really good Aquatic carnival bo-tore the end of tho season. The following are tho events and winners: Tail end race, Ist, P. Bowman; 2nd, J. Hannah; standing canoe, l8t, J. Johnson; 2nd, W. Ridpath; 3rd. P, Bowman; gunwale rl(\e, Ist, C. Chapman; 2nd, J. Johnson; 3rd, A. Ridpath- Crab Race, 1st, II. Johnson and A. Ridpath; 2nd, A. Johnson and C. Chapman. Girl's Tandem, Ist, D. Smith and E. Ball, Upset Race, Ist, R. Johnson; 2nil. J., Johnson. J. Thompnon was easily flrat In a thrilling exposition of aubmarlno tactics, and his submerging was excellent. Tho evening wound ui^,wlth. a dance in tho boa:nio\iao, which ha&' -btten cleaVid tor tho occasion, and was vary tastefully illuminated r and the Interval,') of respite from the tripping ot the light loutastic too were moiil ready was heavy, became terrific. The French and Americans, holding the southern side fell back on their principal combat positions. They fought all the way and counter attdcked occasionally, creating confusion in the ranks ot the advancing foe. Then late in the evening the Americans started a dashing counter blow which resulted In the Germans retiring pell-mell to the river. VIOLENT ARTILLERY FIRE REPORTED Paris, Juy IG.-^Violent artillery fire continued last night on the lighting front. Residents ot Paris again heard tho roar and Baw the Hashes ot the guns. There was a dim flickering in tho sky resembling summer lightning, varied now and then by a red flash reflected from low clouds. Tho reports ot tho guns were more faint than Sunday night and Monday and wcco felt rather than hoard. An intermittent dull muttering, punctuated by occasional heavier bombing from tho French heavies kept up during the night. Houses in the suburbs wore shaken slightly but in some places the rocking of tho earth was sufficient to displace pictures on the walla. SPLENDID DEFENCE OF AMERICANS. London, July 16.-The brilliant contribution' of American troops to the allied dotonao at Fossoy figures conspicuously in the battle reports under big hpads and Is made the subject of special mention in the editorial columns ot. the morning papers. "Splwndid men," is the description contained in the Times, whllo WHY NOT GO TO THE SANITARY BARBER SHOP? WESTBROOK BROS. Opposite Bank of Montreal "The Sanitary Shop" AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood System RE-TREADING & REPAIRING By Experienced Workmen. All work guaranteed. Special Equipment for Ulm Cut Repairs. R. D.RITCHIE 208 13th St. 8. Opp. Elllton Mills 318 FIFTH STREET HOME OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES and THE FLORSHEIM SHOE If You Buy Fine Cloth?. Better Buy Now, and You'll Save Money Buy tor a reasonable time ahead, not for hoarding but for economy. Don't buy what you can do without. Buy .what you're going to need now, or buy this fall's needs now. Our plan to serve our customers dates from over a year ago, wo selected then the materials tor the clothes wo are now selling, such goods as we can't buy now at all, some ot them, and all much higher priced. Wo are able to offer you very great advantages, price for price, quality for quality, we are giving you the best opportunities ever ottered. Fashion Craft Clothes $20, $25, $30, $35, $40, $45. Other Makes $15, $20, $25, $30. other papers call the American defense, "the most encouraging feature ot tho day's fighting." No Advance, Cheery Mesiage. London, July 16.-r-It, is regarded bore as being too early to pronounce any opinion on the great battle east and west ot Rholms, but the 'fact that tho Germans this time have not been able to repeat previous successes or make any substantial advance has been received with undisguised relief. This was echoed in the hearty cheore which greeted Chancellor Bo-nar Law's announcement in the house of commons late last evening- cheers which sounded with equal fervor for the American success as tor the tenacity of the French and Italian resistance and in appreciation ot General Foch'8 encouraging words that