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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PIANOS PHONOGRAPHS A3SINIBOIA MUSIC Everything Mutlcal Street South Phone 1145 LETHBRIDGjE miLY HERALD j HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN MtALS MOM tO Our Cooked Meats NEVER MORE SERVICEABLE OR ACCEPTABLE THAN ON MONDAY WASH DAY DELANYS Meat Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Why Do Without a Good Fountain Pen when we can offer you one that is at prices ranging from Everyone knows a Waterman Fountain Pen is an everyday and having bought one we know you will never be willing to do without We always carry 150 or more pens for you to choose THE KENNY ALLIN NEXT DALLAS HOTEL 2 Store PHONE 1487 TO DELIVER GQQbM That Rounds hut after n thorough Investlg atlpn we round tlmt deliver goods In the last twelve That me ant that on ajl goods we delivered wo lost money and it had to he made up hy those who took their g oods with besides there waft the extra cost of running u credit which hnvo now rl saving we make we take off the price of goods and pass It on to It will pay you to trade here under OUR NEW CASH SYSTEM WATCH OUR BUSINESS JULY CATALOGUES ARE NOW READY HighClass Cash Grocers THE GOOD CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 8599 Phones 525 For the Boys At Frank DESTROYERS FIGHT AT LI LOCAL BOYS AT FRONT Action Broken Off Before Any Results Were Ob tained June British peilo boat destroyers fought a long range engagement with a German deJ stroyer force off the Belgian Coast on i Thursday Tho action was j broken off before any decisive results were An official statement issued today hy the British admiralty recounting the affair says j On Thursdav evening four of our j destroyers while patrolling off the Belgian coast sighted eight enemy torj pedo boat Our destroyers proceeded on an easterly course at j full speed engaging the enemy at long After the action had lasted a nuar ter of an hour the enemy was joined by three more torpedo boat destroyers j whereupon our force fell back on their The enemy did not follow and the action was then brok en No damage was sustained by any of our BERLIN June admiralty to day announced that German torpedo craft of the Flanders flotilla engaged British destroyers on the evening of June 27 off The clash took j place while the Germans were out on i j it is observed on two of the enemy The 1 British it is withJ drew after an engagement of a half steaming out of sight ata high j speed through a very heavy The j Germans sustained no casualties and j no damage to their The text i of the statement reads j On the evening of June 27 port Ions of our Flanders torpedo forces your read magazines and periodicals to The Herald for the soldier boys invalided at the Frank A shipment will be made at the end of each Do not send old period Send those your have re ceived during the after you are through with MARKETS and when patrolling off Ostend were en gaged with British About a hours and the enemy destroyers escaping in a Hits weJte observed on two of the nnemy Our boats return fid to their bases without loss or dam The Best White Cooks in the city are at the Silver You will enjoy the hot menu served You will en joy dining when we Prepare Your Meals Served by all white TheSilverGrill 4th 5th June and of has the credit of hav ing destroyed German and having driven down six others out of Next to Major Barker probably more victories to his credit than any other Canadian Captain Barkeris 23 years He left Canada as a pri vate in the Mounted Rifles in got a commission in flying corps in 1916 and has since been decorated five times for gallant June cash grain market continues dull with very little demand for cash of which all stocks will be placed against July con tracts on Tuesday Spreads were Offerings in all j grains very The crop outlook is more promising this week end on re ports of good rains all over the coun The markets here will be closed j Oats closed 7s lower for July and 1U lower for October flax closed lei down for October and ly down for WINNIPEG Open Close j July SoVi i October July 376Vi October Va Stil CASH i I 3 Extra Feed 1 2 76 Vi i IIS 4 Rejected Flax 1 2 3 348 WINNIPEG June the Union Stock Yards today receipts were 350 246 hogs and 21 Cattle and hog trading was very quiet as the offerings are held over tor Mondays TAKE A KODAK WITH YOU No matter where you are go or what you will be your holidays will be much more enjoyable if you take a Kodak We have all sizes from the Pocket Kodak to the Post Card Also Brownies and Premo 1918 Catalogues just Call or write for a THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK Successors to Jackson Telephones 555 and 1232 Sherlock Building CITY AND DISTRICT Later Knox church will open evening ser vices instead of churches will retain the old Baptismal The monthly baptismal service will hulhelrt at Wesley church at to Annual meeting and election of of ficers June All mem bers will please make a special effort to Court Star Monday next being a tho above court will meet on the follow ing July Bowling Tourney The Lethbridge Lawn Bowline Club is holding a tournament on Monday and request all Iho players to be ptos cut at 10 oclock Band Concert There will be a band concert on Sunday evening at Lake beginning at provided the weather is favorable Motor The supply of motor which cover membership in the Lethbridge Auto club and the Alberta Motor ft almost Motorists who have not paid in their for the good of flic cause are urged to do Memorial Service The two local orders of Ancient Order of Foresters will parade to j Marys church tomorrow Sunday I where a memorial service will bo Members of both courts are asked to meet in the Oddfellows Hall at ONE CARLOAD Barbed Wire 2 point 4 Consumers Hardware Phone 1212 VULCAN FARMERS PROTEST Vulcan Advocate At the meeting of the Vulcan local 22G of the held in the basement of the hall on Wednesday about 125 farmers Of the district gath ered to consider recent calling up from tho farms of men between the ages of 19 and There was much discussion ot the and the meeting criticized the first resolution of the Calgary which was aent to Ottawa during Woods ab Following the discussion ot tho military tho following res oliitlon was passed and forwarded to Crerai1 Whereas the BACK AT WORK Moose June dian Pacific railway machin ists were out on strike returned to work last night after receiving notice that the trouble at Winnipeg had been satisfactorily Metal Work To Order Cornices In tin or galvanized iron Well build you anything in tin or sheet metal from u tin horn to a corrugated iron Ask for our estimate on that lext Our work stands the test of The Dixon Sheet Metal Co REAR STAFFORD BLOCK Superior Supply BUILDING AND RAILWAY SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS SECOND AVENUE AND THIRTEENTH LETHBRIDQE KEEP ABREAST OF THE TIMES j The success which attended the Medicine Hat Fair and Stampede in 1917 has been an incentive to those j responsible to put forth a more unit1 ed effort to make the 1918 Fair and j Stampede the greatest Summer Fair attraction in Western The I exhibits of live stock will be well worth seeing as the best cattle sheep and swine that are produced will be here for your A poultry exhibit of one thousand birds is already The latest and best exhibits in every department will be so that visitors will be able ta see just what their neighbors and the country generally are Our entertainment programme is very For the kiddies we have provided an Eli Ferris Wheel and the ever welcome three horses abreast all cost ing For the ups we have secured a very complete consisting of Ted Mets Wid Illusion Will lards Temple of Circus Side shows and many all new and novel and absolutely free from all ob jectionable Platform attrac tions direct from the New York horse anil tlie largest stampede ever staged in Western In these strenuous days of anxiety not only on the part of individuals but on all the civilized a break in the everyday routine enables one to return to their respective calling and take on anew their duties of citizen pack un your troubles and come along and enjoy a wellearned owe this not only to your city and district but you owe it to Ample eating and sleeping accom modation at reasonable rates Is pro vided and everything for the comfort of visitors luia been Keep the dates in 10 AFTERNOON 24 EVENING 79 Higiobotham Co Limited PlaMtf and Retail TELEPHONE 32S Pool Room Pool room licenses have been grant ed by the Attorney Generals depart ment to the following Tho Arcade Pool conducted hy Robert Wallace The conducted by Lee Basson The Arling conducted by Packard a two months license was granted to the Pastime Pool to enable them to dispose of their at Commerce at Coalhurst at present conscription offarm labor is developing a situation may viewed with n canvas ot th country reveals the fact that woi teams have been turned an tractors are standing TJie taken by the present are absol utely Wo therefore pets tion that all men drafted in tho 20 to 22 be given a hearing before a tribunal or a trial j LADY LEBLANC IN June JIaJor Victor Pellclier and with local figured In an automobile accident on the QuebecMontreal highway Friday when their car skidded on the mid crashed against a post a few from a little bridge spanning a deeij t of Mountain is probably the first abama woman to receive a baby by and is justly proud of the i The youngster was brought j into Mountain Creek by Rural CarVier tht stamps were cancelled at the local post office and the a dressee was given her In Memoriam In loving remembrance of my dear j Harry of the 113th who was killed in Some i where in June Un til the day breaks and the shadows j fly Fly the Citizens are urged to remember that Monday is Dominion Day when thou sands of visitors are expected in the Every building boasting a flag pole should have the Jack fly ing bright and early Monday City j The City Band has a week j Tomorrow evening there is a I concert at Henderson On Moft j day they will play at the On I July 3rd and 4th they are going to I Sweet Grass to take tho big July 4th celebration at that Personal Lathrop went to Spokane this morning on land I who farms extensivc i ly at Iron Springs went to Spokane I He will visit Portland be fore of Pinchcr1 is in the city TANKS WE MAKE THE BEST IN THE COUNTRY The SASH DOOR FACTORY Phone 663 Del McQueen Vulcan Advocate Del Mc who is now in has written to the Advocate giving a brief outline of his experience in lie says You will have heard that I have been here nearly two and am getting pretty well used to the Life hero is not at all We gets lots timn off and spend a lot of it walking through tho beautiful country around I am very much taken mienevy and for it Is certainly This country is 1ino for a vacation but out side of that Canudu for One can have fine times here as long as the money but when that is gone you have to go hack to Canada to make The people here are very optimistic over the war The big push hasnt come while we are waiting you see what tlioy are doing tu the Fritz doesnt appear to like his tactics but he will have to get used to expect to be in Franci very soon Motor The Alberta Motor Leaguewill hold its annual meeting at July 12tli and A number of cars are going up from Lothbrldge and dis joining with other clubs en Among those who will take part in the meeting will be President Calder of Saskatchewan Motor Pre sident Banfield of Manitoba Motor vice president Canadian Automobile Good route legisla and other topics vital to the western motorists will taken and also tho fornfation of an inter provincial organization comprising all the western motor BORN June to and MacMH 1S02 titlt u DESIGNED FOR YOU HAW CUTS WESJBfboK Opposite Bank of Montreal The Sanitary Shop KoSLiiUt t COMING TO THE EMPRESS MONDAY Big Holiday THE SUBLIME NAZIMOVA IN METROS REVELATION In New Auditorium The Sunday school and Sacrament meeting services of the Church of JesusChrist of Latter Day Saints of Lethbridge ward will be held at the usual hours on June 30 in the newly finished auditorium of the All members of the Ward are invited to Visitors will be The Stake Presidency expected to be present also visit ors from other Wards ofjlhe An appropriate programmeis being arranged for the In Memoriam In loving memory of our dear broth Harry Sherwood who fell in action June We do not forget him nor do we in We think of him dally and will to the We mourn him in sorrow and silence j And dwell on the memory of things have From his Brotherln law and and The HIGHEST In QUALITY BUT NOT IN EVERYTHING FRESH KILLED Coultry Phone 492 The Alberta Meat Market FEW CARS FINEST TIMOTHY HAY FOR SALE PROMPT SHIPMENT WE CAN SUPPLY 1 Turkestan Alfalfa Seed FROM STOCK HYDE Phone 1244Lethbridge 514 FOURTH AVENUE Pictures of Home Curry warmth and comfort to the heart of a MAKE AN APPOINTMENT Smiths SttVdio 906 Third PHONE73 FOR THE CARLOADS UPL MIXED Tl ALFALFA AN WRITE OR WIRE US FOR Saunders Hay Grain 1221 2nd Avenue South Telephone 7M The Twentieth Century Book Sto EVERYBODYS BOOK SHOP DROP IN PHONE The National Portable Typewriter SUCCESSOR TO THE PEN j Two colored back spacer weigljt 12 Ing cage for Price EVERALL FRANKS OFFICE OUTFITTERS FOURTH AND FIFTH PH ;