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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FR10AY, AUGUST LETHBRrPffE DAtWr PAGE THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S Wellington CEDRIC5 HAP AM ACClWtft; FONEBAL OF LATE cr Sunday from a motor trip to Leth- ridge. A party rI seven cars left on TUPS- !ay for Calgmy. Among moioi- ng tlio followinns were noted: Mr. nd Mrs, H, S. Bcalllc', Messrs. T. It. Falrbalm. J. W. Held, Carlson and Sir. A..WEuldcll ot Burdctt was a vis- tor here oa Saturday. (From Our Own Correspondent) Bow Island, Aug. funeral of the late Joseph Hodgson, who eil away at his home east ol here on Thursday last, was hold on Sunday from llio family residence to tbe Win- nlfred cemetery where interment toofc place. The funeral was largely attend eil, the deceased being so well known and highly esteemed in Iho district The sincere sympathy o[ tho com- munity is extended to those left to mourn Mr. Hodgson's departure. Sir. and Mrs. J. Nealo ot Burdelt were visitors here on Saturday. Mr. Chauncey Morey has !jeen sue cespful in securing an artesian wet! on hL. (ami southeast of town, at a ileritli S30 feet. Mr. Ixl. Rennie returned on Sun Jay frois Lethbridge. Mrs. Iv, L. Stone and daughter In company with her parents, Mr. anil Mrs. L. Uurlburt and Mrs. B. Fuller loft on Wednesday" by motor for Car inangay where they will bo'the guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. Hurlburt over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Conquergood have re turned from .Letnbrfdge. The many friends' of Mrs. A. "W Owen will'hc pleased Jo leam that-RDC Is progressing very. Satisfactorily aUe her Vice ent" ae' nines r Mr.i .down froth .rLethb'ridgei'on com Mr. motor cd to LrlhbTldEe on Friday. llip.y remained over wetk.end, LU guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Header son, 1 Friends will regret to learn ot the Furious Illness of (the youngest son ot Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Thompson at tho Jiouse of hla grandparents, Lethbridgo Avenue. Mrs. Reatte and son were week end guests of. Mrs. Keeter, Winnifreil. Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Wilmot return- ed on Sunday from Lclhbrhlge. A very sad accident occurred on Sat- urday on the farm of Mr. John Xabk- cr while his two boys were examining H gun in the farm kitchen with Its barrel pointing floorward the gnu dis- charged, the shots hitting the floor, then bouncing back. The' boys wore both Injured seriously. The smallest was shot through his arm between the elbow and: shoulder, learing'his flesh completely away. Tho larger boy not, escape so'lucidly, the shot enter- ing hla face. Tlioy were Immediately ruahcd to town Dr. Munro at- tended their wounds. Both are progressing; favorably. Mrs. Dowe returned to her homo In Burdctt on Tuesday after, spending the week end with her Bister, Mrs, Halpln, Broadway. Tiio bympaihy of her many friends Is extended to Mrs. Koss in the loss of her son who passed away in th" Stales last weeck. Mr, and Mra. Wesley Potter have returned from Lcthbridge, where they were guests during tho Stampede. Miss Tena Sclionert haa been ap- fcolntcfl lo flU the vacancy in tho school for the coming term. Wo under- fttand tho four teachers or last term wIH resume their duties In tho school. I'ltblado of WInnlppeg was a piest hero'on Tuesday. Mr. ,ind Mrs. C. II. Bell wcro vis- itors In Lethbrldge stampede week. Mr. and Mrs. A., Caughcy wcro guests; ini Lethbrldgo over the week end. Mrs. Oatrum, and daughter Greta, 'returned on Tuesday from Med Hat Friends wilt be pleased to know that Mrs. Oatrum (3 progressing most .satisfactorily after, lior recent Illness. Mr. M. Harlfortl was a visitor in on Saturday. Council win meet In the.conncll 'chambers at the usual hour on Friday evening. Deputy Mayor Brallon will pros Id o and it Is-underatoood has aef- eral interesting topics to bring tip for discussion. Mr, S. Y. Hurst spent Iho week end In Lfcthbrldge, Mr. Slady, ot tho Union Bank j loll on Monday for which point he has been Ininaferred. Mr, aod Mrs. M, Ilovren ibava Jurned homo after a- pleasant trip by motor to Buffalo Lake where they Y-crfl tlio guests of Mrs, Eowen's par- ents During their visit Mr, Bowcn purchased a farm In that district. Mrs. Lackenhy who has been ylalt- Jng frlcntla n ere (or tho paat'; few has returned to her. homo In 'Mr. and Mrs..B. R Ixntchs retcrrn- jed on Saturday -from Lclubrltlge. Mr. Av Oatnini spent tho week fm! In Medicine Tlat. Ur. aad Mrs, H, L> Stone returned Racing Up to The Average and Finishes Were Mostly 'dose ( the IlewH) Claresholm, Aug. annua' race meeting iu connection with Claresholm Eihtbition took place on tho 30th and 31st of July and consid crably added to tho enjoyment of the visitors to Claresholm Fair. The rac Ing was np to the average seen al Claresholm and the finishes wen mostly cloee. The results: First Day. Half hreU race for half breds tha1 never won n, M. Simmons, bl m. Our Lassie..: H. Sharpies, b m, Pretty Baby C. F. A. Leeds, b g, Excelsior.....3 Alao ran Garters, Redwing am Pippin. Won by a length! 2nd and Ramago and Taylor, di g Goldy----- A'. Slrangeways, gr g, Eric Leeds, TO gr Rob Trixto threw her rider. Maiden purse, 0. E. Hoffman, Lethbiridge, b f, Fair J. R. Watt; Claresholm, b g, Bal- sarrocli Fox, 3 yr............... Tho pair ran together throughou Fair Ella winning by a short head. Second Day. Free for all, trot or J. Fur'maiu Leihbrldge, or h, Homer Mac................1 1 J. A. McCulIough, Calgary, br rii, >fontana Bello 2 P. K. Moreland, New Dayton, bl h, Harencress 2.22. Xashwaak cup for half .bretts sire by Mashwaak, II. Sliarples, b in, Pretty Baby...... C. F. A. Leeds, b g, Excelsior..... j, F. A. Leeds, b g, Romeo....... The first and second raced logeth until Kxcelsior shot his bolt and Pre ty Baby won fairly easy. Claresholm Derby, 114 J. Franklin, Macleod, bl hf Fort Macleod, 3 yr, (W. D. M. Simmons, Ciaresholm, hi Our Lassie, 4 yr, U. E. Hoffman, Lolhbridge, b f, Fair Ella, 3 yr, (C. Foil MaciGoii under restraint play from Fair Ella for nearly a mi when Fnlr Ella showed signals of df tresa.' Our had traili 100 yards in the rear, came away wl a great spurt nnd passing Fair El orced Forit Macleod'a. jockey lo bu le his horse up to win by thr .englhs. After ihe rnco Miss 1. ..___ he Derby Qneen, presented a sllv nioiiiiicil riding whip to Hafley rode tne-winner and a, ette. 'on the .winning horse's brirt Tho Derby Queen waa presented with a bouquet of flowers and a souvenir locket on hehaU of the Exhibition As- sociation. Open'-pony race, it, Windlate, ch m, Trlxie..........1 Ramago and Taylor, ch g, GtrangeWays, gr g, Won by a short head. An objection against tha rider of the winner for foul riding was overruled by iho Judges- Cowboy race, Won by Her ro Id Chamberlain on larterSj Horn60 second, Cowboy race, Won by Charlie ShRrjrios on Slim, Romeo iecond. Ladles' race, fiJthct Urien, first On Ladrtle. Cora second on Garters. Named harness race, milo his, 3 In 5. J, Stephen, ch m, Alba Me- aregor RESTRICTIONS ON PORK REMOVED. egradation of German Morals Shown in Order on Prisoner Washington, Aug. of Ger- any's methods, io restore the falling Tth rate and mantain annual man- nver jirrrjuetion, that ban been 1 .it In news channels, was lads jiuhlic toflay by the go-rernment. The committee on public informa- on has received from the military itelligence section of, the Avar depart- icnU direct evidence of the official dmonialiment to the practice of poly- a'my and worse. Conventions to be Disregarded The bureau has in (Es possession a Her from the "Head Offtco for the ncreaso of the Defense Power of Ger- mny" that waa written to one Kruno chneldel of Hamburg1. Not only Is the direct statement ado-in tbe letter of theh.deslre" oE he government that Ita man power reduction be maintained with dis- egard for the conventions or moral- ies, but the allotment of women to o visited by the recipient of the let- er is a corollary- WoiiJd Treble Birth Rale' Thia is the letter, in accurate trans- atlon: "Since, as a result ol the vrar, the reatest part of the manhood of the oiintry capable bearing arms has tq. the colors, it Js the luty of tbe male the nterests of ,the -fatlierland, to take o themselves in loving manner the. 'oung, women. who_have been .left-be- lind with'the object of doubling or rbbling the birth rate. s, 'We believe that In you we havjS ound the right msn, and> that you n this difficult time, will'fulfill .this, icnorable and responsible a' conscientious Penalty for Failure to Obey "The duty with which you. havo icen Intrusted is of a public' and by refusal you will Incur se'vtro penalties under Iho of. war. "You will be informed upon visiting ;his office as to therdistrict'allotted to r'ou and the addesses of the women to >e visited-by'you. "You may use this communication as a The letter was taken from a Her- man prisoner captured April 10, this year, by the third army of Ihe Amer- ican expeditionary force in France. Ottawa, July Canada food board hus removed, tem- porarily, the restriction, on the consumption of pork. Such action been made possible by tlio port production and conservation efforts In Canada and the United States, and the" food board's order, passed to- day, provides tliat pork, inelud- Ing bacon and all parts of tho carcass, may be served at any time- In public eating places, operating1 unticr Canada food "board license. In making this announce- ment, the food board stated that, ns a result pf conserva- tion measures and increased production, net exports of pork from the Dominion have been increased by pounds per annum, which is ,_an in- crease of 571 per cent.'over a five-year pre-war average. c- editors visltiug England were Invited, yesterday morning by Lord Beaver- meet Melville Stone, the head of the' Associated Press, at the Over- seas Press centre attached to the min- istry, of information. Melville Stone, addressing tho edi- ;ors, said: "I know no other country in tho world that has risen to so high i level In public esteem in America during the war than has Canada. Can- ada, nt the outbreak of the war, with- out any legal obligations to Join in tho struggle, did so and thus took her part in the fight for civilization and all It involved" Later lie editors were at a luncheon given in their honor the Canadian Club, (heir, hosts Includ- ing the Duke of Con naught, Hon. Walter Long and Sir George 1'erley. In the .afternoon the editors were entertained at the ministry of infor- mation, where in tbe Cinema Theatre, they saw films of themselves taken in Franco and the Canadian training camps. IB ft m FOR DRAY1NG OR HAY OR OATS PHONE 1779 The French cabinet approved tha Introduction in the chamber of a bill granting an Increase of pay to the non-commissioned officers and men oE the army and navy amounting to franca yearly. Admission thai lie sent mail.' to Germany through secret ilmbst a year until the Untied Stated entered the war, has been made by Georgo Sylvester Viercck, editor of '.Vierlck's Weekly" formerly- "The according to a statement made by Attorney-General New York. Melville? Scone, Head of Assoc- iated Press, Says Canada Held in High'Esteem; London, Aug. Neuter's Ot- tawa party of Canadian ANDY 'REPAIRS RADIATORS ALL WORK GUARANTEED. REAR DALLAS HOTEL I KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. Phono 1892 710 Fifth Ave, S. Reliable Shoe Repairs. THE CITY BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR 5HOH H. LANGLEY, Prop. 4OS 2nd Ave. S. Plione 173J Next Fire Hall Hay Feed Cor. 2ml Avo.'and 12th St. A: PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE The Home Town Spirit Contributed to DominionChauiauquaTalk by NpJ Woodman, 3 of "Life" aud "Judge" Fame. l.rnt Hie pen and gingre In tho bug that I inhabit, I try. to drive away tho wrong. I aeo tlio good anv! grab It. I pavo Iho strep's and light up and keep 'nn; ntcoly laundered. I guard tho put He 'budget so the money won't be squandered. I make a large and joyful noise that all tho world may hear it. Please let me In- troduce am tho Homo Town Spirit. I advocate each enterprise to ben- efit the people; 1 hulld the hrldge, the water 'tower, the smokestack and' the steeple. The factory and hospital arise at my suggcsjion.-l force eous'settlement of cvtry public ques- tion. The churches, schools and read- Ing rooms I boost by word and action and drop my money in the hat .with joy and satisfaction. The best la not too good for tAls community 1 live In, for I'm .tho Home Town Spirit and I'm not afraid of givin'. I gladly sign the contract. and 1 hustle like tarnation to bring the, big Chautauqua here with all Us In- spiration. To news abroad labors. 1 boost the season ticket sale among my friends and neighbors. 1 .pound my drum and cymbals and arouse enthusiasm'and drive tho pes sfmfctle blues from, anyone who lias 'em. Success la ours; It's bound to he; there's nothing that con queer It Three cheers for roe, lor fain the good old Home Town Spirit. spread the gladsome I'm tireless In my Central Alberta Feed for i i 222 Dr. m, 'Minnie it 3.38. KancWrs' purso, C. F'. A. IxiCrts, b'g, R. Wlndlnfe, ch rn, Trbtlo..........2 PrfcUy.tMA'y'n sacldlo slipped she thfow tier, rider and stampeded but wllhonl Injury' to liqrsoK. Tho SHmmer school, of rpral l slfj Is sthrtc'd at The Department of Apiculture being in possession of information as to certain Greenfeed Supplies made available by tie catting of frozen wheat and other grains bi Central Alberta is prepared to answer eMpnries as to available supplies with parties who are pre- pared to winter stock. If you wish to secure tone of this feed or if yon have stock yon wish to htve.wintered write the Department of Agriculture, giving the follow- ing information: ot horses, ages, etc., for whkh feed it repaired. Whether stockman wishes to buy feed and care for his own stock or put stock in care, of faraet. Date Emits for feeding period. Is pasture required also for balance of season? What price per month per head the stockman wifl pay. ADDRESS ANSWERS TO CRAIG, Dtpaiy Minister of Agricnhnre, .vi Ednmrton, Aha. AND AL.L KINDS OF BLCfr JKICAL WORK. W.L. McKcnzIe Co. PHONX HI 7U Ird Avt. I .THE PROVINCIAL DEPART- MENT OF AGRICULTURE HAS OPENED A BUREAU IN THE BOARD OF TRADE OFFICES r LETHBRIDGE J To secure and distribute farm labor. Farmers wishing to secure belp should apply immediately to MR. J. A. WEIR, who bas charge oi' this free service. PHONE 1603 THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting of all kinds. Agents' for the World Famous Delco Light Country'wiring a .specialty. 518 4lh Avenue Box 334 Phone 735 AUCTIONEER Long experience'In stock and farm machinery. Sales .conduct- ed in any part of Alberta, P.LAVALLEY COAL'DALE, ALBERTA For and Rates Call The Dowsley Liind Agency, Lt th- brldge. Phone 1809 f reel Elliott Sheet Metal Works Expert Hot Air Furnsca Work.', Phone 1713 330 6th SL S. Lethbrtdgc, AlberU SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY NIGHT TRAIN OR HOBPITAL! CALLS, LETHBRIDGE HOTEL. CLOSED CAR PHONE.1324 Tractor Repairs We specialize In rcboring gas tractor cylinders, ntul filling OTerglzc pislons aocl tings. Wo have fn stock, at present ovorsUn pistons for nil popular makes of gas tractors.; Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN BROS. 216 1st Ave. S. Phone'1732 "f L. A. H. Roosa We meet t'l (mini, Day: anil ui at or Ptione 1369 Phone 1619 P.O. fax SK CHARTERED- ACCOUNTANTS EVERYTHING- IN ACCOUNTINS AUDITS, Vs.? INVESTIGATIONS, SYSTEMS INSTALLED, INCOME TAX RETURNS, BUSINESS TAX RETURNS, BOOK.KEEPIN6, V FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. Henderson, Reid and Paterson Room 6, Domlnfon Building 812.Fourth 3. 'J GEORGE MORGAN .HOUSE' DECORATORi '964 1 i111 St. Prompt >nd RellallevWork Done DONT THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TO OFFER ;