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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAY 16, THE LETHBRIPGE DAILY HERALD PAGE TORSI WEI.SH-RITCHIE PICTURES 4 AUTO SPEEDERS HAVE NEW SENSATION FOR PUBLIC ENTERTAINMENT H.-Hitting the hay lias a new meaning when applied lo automobile racing, as the spectators who witness the speed contests at, the Interstate fairgrounds will dis- cover next Monday and Tuesday. Hit- ting the hay originated with the Van- were waiting at the lite were waiting at the stli- I'lttsburg .....2CO 1.00 1 tjou Ior their train to Cleveland'. J.j Philadelphia 12 b Baker put in his appearance. I Mamaus and schang; Chalmers; j.Ie tojj Connie Mack he was ready to I Hixey and Klllifer. again with the Athletics, under I gulurly _ the league 7 2 Boston ........100 S '1 Bailee, Rdblnson and Snyder; Hughes and Oowdy. AMERICAN National Detroit Decker, i New York 1 lie i erhood, as it was better known was the one season 1880 sanded.. He discovered this use Ralph Riplev and his merit on tl e gridiron soon attracted the attention of the big moguls at Toronto and he was induced to the Queen City where he met with great suc- cess with the Argonauts He won the esteem of all his fellows .and was; elected to the captaincy of the cham- pionship fourteen The future held much for the clean living athlete but he gave up all to sene Ms king and, country. He kas attached to the machine gun section of the Queen's regi ment and while m Fiance showed the, same coolness and daring in the fight it is said of him as he showed while piloting the double blue (.olors of the to many h-ird lotlgllt victories 'His molhei "reside? In IWiiSaS, "and Thomas :iiinklcy, of the local jewelry firm of Klein Oinklcy, is a brothet Virginia 13 Winnipeg 0 Fort Williim St. Boniface Hawkins -and Fusner Gi vey and Sliellman. Fargo 11- 1 Duluth. f> 3 Superior s Grand Porks 10 .11 NORTHWESTERN Spokane Vancouver Victoria-Seattle, postponed 30 -11 rain, Ford Touring Car Price Your neighbor drives a don't you? We are soiling more Fords in Canada this year than ever 'be- because Canadians demand the best in motor car service at the lowest possible cost. The "Made in Canada" Ford is a a luxury. Runabout Sr.iO; Town Car price on application. All Ford cars are fully emiippcii. Including electric head- lights. No-cars sold unequipped. Buyers ot Ford cars will share in our profits if we sell cars between August I, 1911 and August 1, 1315. THE FORD GARAGE VIRTUE 1232 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 633. First in the a Leader. Braiitford Bicycles It is better to pay the price of a Good Bicycle than the penalty of a poor one. Standard Hygienic Cushion We also stock a Wheel at complete, fitted with-Hercuie. Coaster- Brake, --3- CM- Pitch One-Piece and Tires made by the Dunlop Tire Co. TWo or Three Speed Gears Fitted. CYCLES OVERHAULED, PLATED AND ENAMELED, Lethbridge Cycle Go. 110 FIFTH STREET SOUTH. CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE At Warner Warner, May started here about il o'clock Thursday morning, and-fell steadily till the .middle of the afternoon. The clouds appeared to have a plentiful supply and though little rain fell during the evening and night, there has been a steady, fine rain this morning with no sign of a let-up. This rain is just what is needed, and will undoubtedly pene- trate to the old moisture, enabling the grain to get strongly rooted, be- ides which it will bring life tp_thc grain sowed in the dry topsoil. When the weather clears again, consider- able more wheat be sown, and besides oats, there is a probability that some barley, and flax will be At Bow Island Bow Island, May' 15: has The e French troopers found comfortable home in a rabbit hutcl near the battlefront Each compartment holds a man Buying an Indian i MOTORCYCLE Means keeping the money in the country! THERE IS NO WAR TAX PRICE ON THE "INDIAN" Indian Motorcycles BUILT IN CANADA One, Two and Three Speed.. Prices Fronu to Vanadium Steel Construction The Indian recognized ac the leader throughout the world- other makers copy. D. E. MacDonald Bicycle Repairer 4 Guntitiith Phone 1032 5th Street. Bow island, JD. nam uas j been falling' steadily here since 9.30 Most of the w al m. Thursday, and --many, farmers aomi. from the outlying district around f s .Wiiinifred i heat is upland is. Maleb, Windy T.ber, Mav 15 -I. three hoursyes- farmers have been holding back the lerday afternoon a total o. feeding of their barley and liax quarters of an inch of rain fell, ao- waitinc to see if it was goin? to cording lo government records The. S They will' now go rain has been continuous since 9 am. right ahead and complete their seed- Thursday. BLACK WHTTE CO.. LTD.. T. ;