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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 1018 THE LBTHBfillftto VAUY PAGE SEVEN EXTENDS If S EFFORTS 10 CATCH THE Search Southern Regions of Coast But Have Not Locat ed Them June nearly forty hours hud passed since Ger man submarines preying upon the shipping off the Atlantic loast had disclosed their position efforts of the navy department to hunt down the raiders has not lessened in the least Instead tiie search was being to more southern regions In belief that the German undersea after sinking the Norwegian steamer Eidsvold lato Tuesday off the Virginia capes hurried southward in the hope of finding a locality in which naval patrols were not so Tho location of the raiders off tho Virginia on the other loads tho navy officials to believethat tho submarines may have taken up a position In that reg ion in the belief that in the path of transAtlantic t richer prizes in the form of large cargo or passen Eyes tiring easiK Prove Do not wait till serious trouble Have the strain The sooner the Properly adjusted glasses will do We are experts in relieving eye strain and guarantee HENDERSON SIGHT SPECIALIST AT WRIGHTS JEWELRY STORE FARM LABOR THE PROVINCIAL DEPART WENT OF AGRICULTURE HAS OPENED A BUREAU IN THE BOARD OF TRADE OFFICES LETHBRIDGE To secure and distribute farm Farmers wishing to secure holp should apply immediately to who has charge of this free PHONE 1603 gor carrying vessels or perhaps a transport might be Tbe nnvy department still awaited today a detailed report of the encoun ter between an American destroyer and one of tho German submarines off tho Atlantic The destroyer was still at an far an and tho commander of the naval district to which the destroyer Is attached bud no additional Every ves sel In coastal nearby waters Is he ing overhauled Investigated by antisubmarine GRATEFUL 10 June war council of the American Red Cross has cabled its profound thanks to the British Red Cross for the offer of Windsor Hos pital for American The fact that the British people want to make such provisions for the care of sick and wounded American the council and that such hospitality is to be extended them in the delightful country estate of tlio will prove another means of cementing the ties of friendship and sympathy between the two peo Will you please convey to His Majesty of the apprecia tion of the American Red Cross for his gracious No country whose peo ple are so thoughtful and generous as to provide such care for American sol diers and sailors can be considered a foreign r PEACE SUGGESTIONS This is for FARMERS June TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN This is to certify that 1 was present at the demonstration of the 12x24 HAPPY FARMER TRACTOR which took place to day on the farm owned by which is joining tho town of Cardston oh llio Houth and I did sec tho Happy Fanner Tractor 12x21 drawing three M Inch stubble plows at a depth of i and plow an acre in 47 minutes using 1 gallons of kerosene and pint of lubricating oil and pint of using a Caso The oneino handled the loud without the slightest I also saw the above named tractor pull the same plows ir bromc grass sod on the lot of Arthur Sykos at a depth of n Inches and did flit work ontly without any extra RUFUS Distributors for Southern The Happy Farmer Tractor Sherlock Bids Lethbridge New June warning ag ainst insincere suggestions of peace emanating from Germany through many channels was uttered by Sec retary of State Lansing today in an address here in which he held pro found contempt for the critic of public affairs who is manifestly in spired by political or personal mot by conceit or by a desire for The secretary spoke at the annual luncheon ofColumbia Uni Having entered into the greatest struggle in Lansing to look behind was almost JUDGE GORDON DEAD June Jordan of theYorkton District and Surrogate died suddenly last evening of He was 50 yean A sentence of J500 or nix months Imprisonment was passed by Judge of on alias Angel convicted of fraud ulently using the mails to deceive the public by his circulars which extolled the alleged merits of lore These according to the cir were calculated to make the recipient fall head over ears in love with tho but according to the analysis the powders contained only baking Undertaking 20 per cent Discount As prices are advancing fre we have bought an ex tensive stock In order to protect ho public wo Invite you lo call ant see us before COUNTRY AND CITY ORDERS RECEIVE OUR USUAL PROMPT ATTENTION MacKay and MacKay 803 3rd Lethbridge Phone 1802 Never Closed Foremost Had About Thrte Rain at Macleod Dutch South Africans shared Mm fool ing of EtigHsh South AfnrtitiH In Mils As a matter nr Durton a proportion of tho recruits now Biiliiing were of Dutch earnings of Ihe three principal railroads of I Canada in May were the largest for j any month this but fell slightly i below the total for May a year The decrease amounted to or 1fi per the second monthly decrease of the January figures standing at or per hej low those of Large Kiiiiis in and April more than j offset these decreases when tlie years j figures to date are For j the five months aggregate gross earn1 ings are an increase of or u9 per the j previous record for the eslabi llshed in The months results ore mixed both Canadian Pacific and Canadian i Northern reporting decreases from Mny a year while the Grand I Trunk reports a substantial The figures plainly suggest a small move mentof wheat from the West as Ihe main factor in the lower with an Increased movement of goods in the manufacturing districts of the With that it is to be ac in view of the 15 per in crease now in that the actual volume of traffic showed a consider ably larger contraction in the aggre gate tlmu the companies receipts dis FOR THE VETERANS That there Is ampin talent right at home here in Lethbridge to form the makings of a first class vaudeville show will be fully demonstrated on Monday night at the Majestic Theatre when the Veterans Vaudeville show will be One of the most attractive acts on the bill will be the original cartooning act offered by Bob Barrowman will occupy the stage for about twenty minutes In a rapid fire In which he will picture in a ser ies of cartoons many of the foremost topics and personages of the An item of interest in connection with Barrowmans act is the fact that on more than one occasion he has been offered tempting professional en gagements on several of the better known Vaudeville The whole program which will consist of about twelve acts will be full of snap and pop and will decidedly make Monday nights visit to the Majestic well worth HEARS TALE Reports from the Lotlitjridge district us to the extent of Wednesdays rain Indielito that it WHS all the early re ports The rain covered the whole Lethbridge railway district With the exception of the Many berries country and at Milk Hiver and mills where only light showers were ro Tho precipitation at Lelhbrldge wan half an At Macleod the heaviest rain was the being At Medicine on the east fliid of the district lie precipllrffioii was The rain was consid erably lighter on the north end of the district in the vicinity of j although of course that portion of the territory has had considerably morn moisture than the southern end dur ing the MacKfnfosh who viRlledlhe Manyberries line yes terday with Manager Naisniilh of the of natural resources and General Superintendent Cumeron told Die tills morning rain fell for about three hours at Foremost ex tending as far as Pakowki and did great good to the growing The Herald correspondent at Mac leod telephoned noon today that the rain there was of the million dollar It soaked down to the depth of eight Inches on plowed snd three inches in the prairie and crop conditions as a result are even batter than a year ago at this possibly have mistaken the building and he Kings request he Illustrat ed bin words by diagrams of the local Tbe king expressed his abhor rence of the outrage and asked the chaplain to convey his sympathy to the persons Injured in the With the nomination of candidates for the byeelection only a week away people are beginning to take some inj terest in the coming and are sluing up the candidates who arc presenting So far there have been only two announce KxMayor Oliver will be a city as sessor will also be a Two other names are mentioned Hamilton was spoken of some time but no definite announce ment has come from City Clerk j Duff was also frequently mentioned as a candidate but it is hinted today that he may not allow his name to The tight is likely to be a threecornered affair as was the last election for a commissioner of pub lic and fairly live interest in the issues Is expected to be Chaplain Tells Him How Hun Airmen Attacked a Hospital June learning that the chapinin of a British hospital in France whi ii was out by the Germans in was in immediately sent a mes senger to tho asking him to call ut the Th rhapinirl received by the King The chaplain said ilu wo enemy machines first eanie Mie hospital and dropped their two ot which were and fell in the outer while Mm third was a large Incendiary bom1 wliirli drop ped in the middle ol he starting a No sooner had tbo fire broken out than en of the Ger man machines and flying commenced to fin with machine j guns upon nurses and men ulio were I rescuing the The chaplain was emphatic in his statement that the Germans could not Lemon Juice For Freckles Girls Make Beauty Lotion at Home for a few Try Itl Squeeze the juice of two lemons into a bottle containing three ounces of i orchard shak and you have a quarter pint ot ihw best freckle j and tan and complexion at very simiil Your grocer has thp lemons and any drug store or toilet counter will supply three ounces of orchard white for a few Massage this sweetly fra grant lotion into the arms and hands each day and see how freckles and blemishes disappear and soft and white the skin Yes It is Word has just been received nt the office of Hie Lothbridge Exhibition Board dial Mo Futurity offered by tne I Association will lie judged at the Amal gamated Fair in This decision ensures tlio presence at tho Exhibition of all Hie best Perchi crons in as upwards of forty entries have linen made In tlio lasses provided by Ibis In addlton o these animals tlio brooders who art exhibiting lit the Futurity Stake will also be showing other animals in regular classes for so j Ihat the Percherou exhibit at the fail bids fair io cdipHff all previous ex Baron Carles De Broiiueville has resigned the Belgian HAIL INSURANCE your crops against In strong Compan sufficiently able to pay 100 per in case complete Quick and risk placed from date of No farmer can afford to carry his own owing to high cost of putting crop and high price of all Will Insure for per acre and RELIABLE COMPANIES REPRESENTED The Weschester Fire Insurance of New York The Rochester Underwriters of The Canada Security Assurance of Alberta SEE ME BEFORE INSURING ELSEWHERE MABEE AGENT Hull Block Lethbridge Adjoining the Bank of Nova Smile Without Shame you a set of pearly white teeth which permit you to to laugh and give free vent to your feelings without shame or em barassment possessing an otherwise attractive appearance are your teeth and their condition such that you are forced to hide that smile and happy laugh iwhich betray their ugly and oftimes repul sive appearance Then let us restore your teeth to sourtd wholcsomeness and appearance of beauty as nature intended Let no fear of a dental operation deter Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Richards Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott 4 Doors from Lethbridge Lethbridge ALBERTA CALGARY EIGHTH AVENUE EDMONTON CRI8TALL Juno Routers Ot tawa Henry minister of railways and who will represent South Africa at the Im perial has arrived in Kng Interviewed by Heaters he saifl that Republicanism was really unpop ular oven among the Dutch speaking South These people had lived a generation under the British system of government and valued its advantages and which they i were not prepared to exchange for tho problematical advantages of Re publicanism regarding which they were The general outlook in South Africa j he Is entirely The i country is enjoying extraordinary prosperity and tliero was a notable spirit of enterprise both in agriculture and 1ossibilltles of de velopment undoubtedly were South Africa hud made i substantial contribution in men to HID The policy of the South African govern ment WUH now its to do its ut most to help the allies whose cause II recognized us its Despite the socalled Nationalist sentiment the groat majority of the people of South Africa keenly supported the govern South Africa more alive now to the real significance of the war than at any previous time and a large and iunuuuliii section ut Builders Supplies WOOD FIBRE EMPIRE HOL LOW LETHBRIDGE AND MEDICINE HAT ROOF BUILDING AND TAR FIRE PLACE MANTLES AND BEAVER PLATE MURANESE COMMON AUTO MINING The Western Supply Equipment PHONE 1044 FOURTH LETHBRIDGE LEMON WINE Cold Refreshing Invigorating Lethbridge Brewing and Malting TIRE REPAIR STATION SERVICE THAT SATISFIES We have opened a new and uptodate Tire Repair Station equipped with the latest machinery and are now in a position to do all kinds of Tire We would appreciate your All work We make a specialty of Retreading and Lethbridge Tire Repair Station PROPRIETOR 305 SIXTH 1OO Coal Miners Wanted Steady Work Apply Gait Mines Lethbridge Unreserved Auction Sale FARM STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS HAVING SOLD MY FARM AND WILL RETIRE FROM I WILL SELL AT THE BERT PROTZMAN ON SIX MIUES EAST AND ONE MILE SOUTH OF ON SATURDAY JUNE 8TH 1918 THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY HORSES 1 Soyrel 1000 1 Black JSOU 1 Bay 1700 1 Grey 1500 1 Sorrel 1500 1 Bay 1700 colt at side 1 Black 1500 colt at side 1 Sorrel 1400 colt at Brown 1500 colts at side 1 Bay 1300 colt at side 1 Bay Mare 1350 2 Bay IXOfl 1 Brown 1300 1 Sorrel Filly Yearling2 Saddle Ponies 1 Sorrel 1400 1 Bay 1200 1 Bay 1500 1 White H5fl 1 Bay 1500 t Grey 1700 CATTLE IMllk fresh 1 Milk fresh July 1st 2 3yearold calf at side 1 3yearold steer 1 2yearold Heifer 1 MACHINERY 10 Sets Work new 2 new 1 Front Wood uew 1 fifoot 2 3 150 bushel new I Wagon and box 1 Heavy Studebaker Wood Wheel Farm Truck 1 iron Bettendorf make 1 Gang Plow 14 jttuhble bottoms I JohnDeere Gang 12 breaker bottoms 1 4Gang Emerson Disc Plow 1 3Gang Emerson Disc Plow 1 Walking 14 inch 1 Lever Harrow and Curt 1 6 Sectlon Harrow and Cart 3 McCormtck Disc outthrow 2 Uiauel Disc Inthrow 1 24 Doubledisc Van Brunt now 1 22 DoubluUisu Van Brunt new2 11foot 34tooth Pelkner Weeder Cultivator 1 Plowing never used 1 Land Packer 1 Bundle Hack 1 Troy Engine Steering Device 1 Chatham Funning Mill 1 Grain Pickler 1 Stover Feed Grinder Blacksmith Outfit 1 Stock Saddle1000 Bushels Qata 1 Ghole 1 Coil Spring and Mattress 1 SALE STARTS AT 10 SHARP TERMS OF SALE and cash balance 1st with bankable notes with 8 per Five per off for cash on credit LEN Phone Lethbridge ;