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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta i I ,1 I t '. 7 (1-1 IP I NOaOHEIP/IER PIANOS RDISON PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything Musical" 6th Street South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN UEAL9 FROM t.OO A.M. TO 8,UU P.M. Our Cooked Meats �ARE NEVER MORE SERVICEABLE OR ACCEPTABLE THAN ON MONDAY WASH DAY DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Why Do Without a Good Fountain Pen when wo ran offer you olic tluit is Kusrantccd. at prices ranging from $2.50 up. Kvoryone knows that a 'Waterman Fountain rcn" is an evcryiUiy necessity, and havInK lionght one we know you will never bo willing to do without one. We always carry loO or more pens for yovi to clioose from. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL ^3^^ft4^Uf. Store PHONE 1487 8 TO DELIVER GOODS That .sounds? hlKh. luit after a thorouRh InvcstiK ntipn we found (hut that^wns'-what It oohLms to deliver goods In the last twelve months. That me ant that on all goods wc rtellvored wo lost money and it had to bp inade up hy those who took their k oods with them. husidDs (here was tlio extra cost of running a iredlt busluess. .whleli wo have now el tmlnnted. The saving wo make we take oft fho price of the goods and pass it on to you. It will pay you to trade here under OUR NEW CASH SYSTEM WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW-OUR JULY CATALOGUES ARE NOW READY High-Class npUfl? r\f\r\ r^f\ PHone* Cash Grocers i lllll ViV^ULI 525 CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 8-599 ? For the Boys At Frank AI LONG RANGE Aftion Broken Off Before Any Results Were Ob-lained LOCAL BOYS AT FRONT end your "read" magazines and periodicals to The Herald for the soldier boys invalided at the Frank Sanitorium. A shipment will be made at the end of each week. Do not send old periodicals. Send those your have received during the week, after you are ^hrough with them. I.umion. .Tune 29.-Kour British tor-, pedo boat destroyer.' fought a long' range engagement with a German de- { stroyer force off the Belgian Coast on i Thursday evening. The action was j broken off before any decisive results i were attained. ' '' An official statement isjued today i by lUe British admiralty recounting! liie affair says; j "On Thursday evening four of our] destroyers while patrolling off the Belgiiin coast sighted eight enemy tor- \ pedo boat destroyers. Our destroyers '� proceeded on an easterly course at J full speed engaging the enemy at long ' range. i ".Vfter the action had lasted a nuar-' _- � --.r-^^ ter of an hour the enemy was joined : ^^.j^^^ patrolling off Ostend were en-hy tnree more torpedo bo.-u destrojei.s , ^ ^^i^i^j, .i^strovers. About ^'^i^'-II''-^?.""" =1 .l>^lf I'our's fight, and the enemy destroyers withdrew, escaping in a fog. "Hits wef^ observed on two of iho enemy destroyers. Our boats returned to their bases without loss or damage." MARKETS Corp. J. ;.ong. Pte. W. .-Vitkeu, and ; Pte. V. J. Hilling. . j Winnipeg. June 29.-The cash grain market continues dull with very little demand for cash oats, of whicli all stocks will he placed against .luly contracts on Tuesday morning. Spreads | were unchanged. Offerings in all ; grains very light. The crop outlook is more promising this week end on reports of good rains all over the country. The markets here will be closed Monday. -, Oats closed "i lower for .Inly and I'l lower for October; fia.x closed Ic down for October and ly. down for July. WINNIPEG MARKETS. GREAT RECORD OF T their supports. The enemy did not follow and the action was then broken off. Xo damage was sustained by anv of our vessels." BERLIN REPORT. Berlin. ,iune -The admiralty today announced that (Jcrman torpedo craft of the Flanders flotilla engaged British destroyers on the evening of .lutie 27 off Ostend. The clash took place while the Oerniaus were out on patrol. Hits, it is stated, were observed on two of the enemy destroyers. The British destroyers, it is added, with- j drew after an engagement of a half] hour, steaming out of sight ut-'a hjgh i speed through a very heavv fog. The j --- ^:'^^^Z^^;'l^r^^ tS? l ^^;;->"'^^ 20.-Captain W. 0. of the statement reads: [Barker, D.b.O.. M.C., and bar. of "On the evening of June 27 port-jQmphin,/Man., has the credit of hav-lons of our Flanders torpedo forces j ing'destroyed .27 German machines. - -' { and having driven down six others out ~ of control. Ne.xt to Major W. A. Bishop, Barker probably has, more victories to bis credit than any other Onadian airman. .Captain Barker'ls 23 years old. Ho left Canada as a pri-'� vate in the Mounted Rifles in 1915, got ja connnixsion in the flying corps in 1 191G and has since been decorated five times for gallant conduct. Oats-July ... October Flax-July ____ October Open Close: ...............>. 11. Pool Room Licenses. Pool room licenses have beiui granted by tlie Attorney tienerals department to the following: The Arcade Pool itooni, conducted by Robert \V. Wallace; The .Vlexandrn, conducted by .Mesers. Lee & Basson; The .-Vrling-ton, conducted by A. .M. Packard; a two months' license was granted to present conscription of farm labor \� developing a situation which, may bn. viewed with alarm, a canvas of tip' country reveals tiio fact that wor teams have been turned loose, an' tractors are nlandlng Idle. TJie boy. taken by the present draft are absol utely irreplacable. Wo therefore pot . tion that all lupn drafted in the clas ' 20 to 22 be given a hearing before a) tribunal or a trial judge." / LADY LEBLANC IN ACCIDENT. \ Quebec, June 20.-I^ady Leblanc, f" Major Victor Pelletier and .Mrs. Pel ' military regulations, the following ros--kiu;icr, with X. Helloau,' local brokei,', figured in an automobile accident on | the Quebec-.Montreal highway Friday ' when their car skidded on the roain' aiid crashed against a post a few fee? from a little bridge spanning a dcei j brook. the Pastime Pool itoom, (to enable urged to do once A. O. F. Memorial Service I The two local orders of Jho Ancient ' Order of Forester."; will parade to St. j .Mary's church tomorrow (Sunday) I evening, where a memorial service will bo held. Members of both courts are asked to meet in the Oddfellows Hall at (5.30. 2 .Xo. .......37fi-i,o C.W., ;i4Syj The Best White Cooks in the city are at the Silver Grill. You will enjoy the hot .weather menu served there. You will enjoy dining when we - Prepare Your Meals Served by all white help. TheSilverGrill Cor. 4th Ave. & 5th St, WINNIPEG LIVESTOCK. Winnipeg. June 29.-At the Union Stock Yards today receipts were S'lO cattle, 246 hogs and 21 calves. Cattle and hog trading was very quiet as the offerings are hold over tor .Monday's trading. KEEP ABREAST OF THE TIMES BACK AT WORK Aloose Jaw, June 29.-Canadian Pacific railway machinists Yiho were- out on strike returned to work last night after receiving notice that tlie trouble at Winnipeg had been satisfactorily settled. : : :ack' up your troubles and come along and enjoy a well-earned holiday-you owe Ihia not only to your city and district but you owe it to yourself. Ample eating and sleeping accommodation at retiaonable rates Is,provided and everything for the comfort of visitors has been arranged. Keep the dates in mind-July IS, 19 an(l 29. 1918. Percival, at Coalhurst; at .Xobleford. A. Sorenson, Mrs. W. (\ Henilerson, of Mountaliii Creek. .Ma., is probably the first A!-s nbama woman to rec_eive a baby b> 5, I mail, and is justly proud of the dis-*. ! tinction. The youngster was brought j into Mountain Croek by Rural Cai'rier \ R. L. Duffy, the stamps were cancelled eaguo'will hold its annual meeting at Edmonton, July 12tli and lilth. .\ number of cars arc going up from Lethbridge and district, joining with other clubs en route. Among those who will take part In iho meeting will be President Caidor ot Saskatchewan .Motor League, President Bantield of Manitoba Motor League, E, C. Emmett, vice president Canadian . Automobile Association. Good roads, route mapping, legislation, and other topics vital to tlio western ir.otorLsts will ,bo taken up, and also tho fornfation of an Inler-prpvlncial organization comprising all the western motor leagues. BORN . M.'VCMILLAN'-T-On .Tuesday, Juno 28th, to Mr. and Mrs. H. A. MacMll-Ian, 1802 Bth Ave. south, u son. DESIGNED FOR YOU HAlIt CUTS WES3JB�JD0K; BROS, opposite Bank of Montreal "The Sanitary Shop" ' TO THE EMPRESS MONDAY - Big Holiday Program. THE SUBLIME NAZIMOVA IN METRO'S REVELATION The HIGHEST In QUALITY BUT NOT IN PRICE. EVERYTHING FRESH KILLED ' R. Coultry Phone 492 The Alberta Meat Market FEW CARS FINEST TIMOTHY HAY '..... FOR SAUE , PROMPT SHIPMENT we CAN SUPPLY No. 1 Turkestan Alfalfa Seed FROM STOCK F. 6. HYDE & Co. Phone 1244 Lethbridge The Twentieth Century Book Stoi "EVERYBODY'S BOOK SHOP" DROP IN 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE The Nations^ Portable Typewriter SUCCESSOR IJOTHEPEN I ; Two colored ribbon, back spacer tabulator, weight 12 lbs., ln|lucl-Ing cage for carrying. '� ' Price $58.50 EVERALL & FRANKS OFFICE OUTFITTERS , FOURTH AVE. AND FIFTH ST. 8. PHt . I..r. iu >>l' i 27476029 ;