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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta EDISON PHONOGRAPHS NOSDHIIWER PIANOS ASSIN1B01A MUSIC CO., LTD Musical" LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD KHAPttH FUTOG Kro the. doctor! for'ilck We have the most up-tfr date equipment in Southerrt Alberia for Rim C'j't- Broken. Beads'our specialty. Re-treading is done by ex- perts, plain or non-skid. All work guaranteed, Out of town orders paid one way.. PHONE 1EE4 712 3rd Avenue Soulh i BASIL E. CHAPLIN, Mgr. ED. CHAPLIN, Prop. FISH Also Cured, Canned and j 'Smoked, Food The Vancouver Market Milt Block Phong 343 Applied erase Three Killed __. miies ol the oOO-inUe AUtomobilR race had been fun at' ihe'. speedway ere today, three ha'i teen -krlled, one eriouslv' Injured and' tvo -se.rlonsly hnrL' Lecocq and Ms .mechanic. both of, Los Angeles, were burnaib'to. death he 96th lap as it made tbe jotfiueast curve, turn- ed ovor and' they were, covered, with naming gasoline. TheV burned for five mlmites'befora the guards v and spectators could put pill the .blaze. The flaming gasoline covered the track .ud. while the blaze was. being (ought i ither racing cars the: Vrthnr Thurman, of Xewart, in Ills first race on a brick'track, v-'as filled when his machine turned; over on the north turn soon after he had gone. 100 miles. His machanic was seriously in- jured. J. Chassogne, relief -'driver for Bablot and his mechanic, T.'are injured j 1 but not seriously, when their machine went orer on the nortU turn. Thn j speed maintained up Ib the 27.vmile, point was greatest' in-lhe 'history ot tho speeOway- ItJayeragepV.91.311 miles an hour. De Palma, .who. hart j malntalnea a lead most of the'tiffle.m the firsf half of iheTace.-lost.25 miles when he had to go (o. the pin for a change of tires. The crowd attending the races was estimated by the man- .gement At '425 miles ofUhc first 10 was ame as at 400 miles eicopt Alley, who ad gone from fifth .to fourth place and oux was running fifth. H. jrijlion Coopor and II. IcVay look the wheel from llefno; .nnouncemenf, was madc-al the hos- lital where Mollnnr was laken, H was jclieverl that Molinar .would recover. Wilcox stopped at the pita.for gas anil tires and when be resumeil was two laps ah.iad. .-Sherlock Phone. 555 Control License For. ANY SORT OF A CONTAINER can be ordered here. Wi raakq everything in tin ana slit-el metal worfe frorn email can to a big tan.it. jfu'i no natter what It "is we guarantee it not to leak anil la hold its shape uven when used. Let'a :have your order- for the utensil you need and we'll fill it to joar enilre satisfaction. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. FIFTfi STREET, REAR STAFFORD BLOCK PHONE 1W I I The. Pioneer Wholesale -Che.mWi Phones 1515 aod 322. CITY, y. May Mlantio. Cili- is ont to land the cohVenljon of the Inter- national Association" of Rotary Clubs, and to that end yill.Eend a.reptesent- at'.Iea'st a score In riumb'er.to'ihe Conventioii'of the In ternatiorial organization at Salt Lake I City In June. will make the trip to Hie city ivlth delegates from lithe Fifth District ot Kotary, leaving Harrisburg, -Pa., oh a special train, j styled'Ihe "John.l'oole in'j [honor .ot tha International I on Wednesday, June lllh, and will: mako several stops en route to ex- (change greetings .with Rotarians in I western cities and to boom the Allan- flic City movement. The ilelega. 'tlon will bo hcadM by City Clerk] a past president of the Atlantic City Club, as chairman, who ivil! carry with him to the Salt City meeting a personal Invita- tion lo the International body to meet Cify neit year from Mayor Ilarry Bicharach, who Is a Rotarlan, and from the entire city commission. X Tho prospect of having the Rolar- ians'for'the rt'sort guesU next year has secured the enthusiastic endorse- ment of the civic and business organ- Ualio'ns of the city, including the At- lantic City Hotel Men's Association, the Resort Publicity Jlurean, which will- be represented In the delegation by.Esecullre. Secretary. C. P. Sllne, and by Ihe Cnamber of 'Commerce. Atjsnttc City Is primarily a Canven- tion city, thoroughly equipped to i handle the largest hoily of visitors vfHhout dislutbing tho uorojal accom- ,or guests a con- contrar, to .n. 1. JR cointortj Us railroad facilities are sinple, nwl include three lines to the shore, Hie automobile state ,re n June and the temperature of Hat Is C6 degrees on the avtrage For oivCTBion there Is surf.bathing In the ocean 'on a reentls shelving beach protected hi a corps of eiperl IJfe Guards; 'there' is boating anc fisliing airplane riding and on ,tho ive mile stretch of Uoartwalk that pleasure 61 toller chair riding. Atlantic. City, bases its claim upon :ho corventlon on the fact tha Int'enffl'dohal nieellng has eve bien beta on the eistern Hoaboard, Th movement-.for.Uie.'convention !s there fore backed iiy al! oXtbo eastern clubs nil assurances been re- eived from many clubs .in the north, vest and south of support in the luat- er. The Atlantic 'City 'club points to he fact that the International Asso- ciation met south In Atlanta In 1917. n Kansas City In 1918, will meet n the far west In Salt Lats City Dili rear. "Why riot East in JUlintic City n "is tho1 citinpaljh Brockvillo ratepayers enclotaed a by- law for the purchaslfco.l for Iho establiahmcnt of the Ottawa Furni- ture Co. Tho dead body of Mrs. Decker, ot Saiidy found In a.tree. Sho lia'd been niisslng from .Uie-'bo'spilal, Atout 50 tons'of horse meat has been seized in Quebec, which was in- tended for local consumplion. Navy Cn.t" Cigarettej.'Wrapped ft SEASON ABIE GOODS REASON ABLE MrfcCLARY GAS RANGES to r PURJTAN OIL STOVES M iwo japs Saskatoon G.W.V.A. are In favor of At 45D miles, the stands was Wll-l a cash bonus rather than a iand grant. MI. llerne. Ooiix, Boiyot. Chevrolet pulled in She pits M. llartin. has issued :i writ three wheels at this time, the wire [or damages againat. Stratford, across lo. the time board )for injuries received by a fall. snapped, leaving score board In bad -t------ condition. A Kussian, Ueo. B. Morris, .was The posiMon.i of; the other drivers i found murdered on Port Col- below second place was same at 450 home. miles. The average speed had dropped to 87 84 miles an hour.' dominion BxpreA Money Orders WIIcox still led by two laps al AU are on sale in five offices miles, Home second. throughout Canada. McKinley's Music On salo'.lodav anil week 5c a sheet on 6 lor 25c ROBERTSON's[ 1BOOKX STORE! HOTEL BLOCK 2 3 Burner 4 Burner n 2 Burner ICE CREAM FRKZERS 2 Quart 3 Quart' 4 Quart 12 Quart 6 Quart' 6 Quart 10 quart 112.75 S17.00 i 12.00 1560 1 Quart VACUUM ICE CREAM, FREEZERS Vf.50 2 Quart to H1CK-SEHL HARDWARE Co. UENEflAL HARDWARE, AND HIATINi PHONE 762 Is the very.kiind you bate at Kome-yWe're to the same ;.principles of-purity as you use the same bake CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER W79 Equipment The Underwood Typewriter, National Typewriter ana Edlson-DIcK PRINTING, PAPER.RULINQ ANt) SOUTHARD THIRD AVEN ;