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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST PAGE THREW THAT SONINLAW OF PAS By Wellington n CEDWCS HAD flN AIMT HO USE INrv TACT CONDITION TrVNE FUNERAL OF LATE or Sunday from a motor trip to Leth A parly rf seven cars left on Tues day for Among motor Ing the lollowlnng were noted and Carlson and Waddell of Burdett was a vis itor here on Prom Our Own Correspondent Bow funeral Of the late Joseph who pass ed away at his home east of here on Thursday was held on Sunday from the family residence to the Win nifred cemetery where Interment took The funeral was largely attend the deceased being so well known and highly esteemed in the The sincere sympathy of the com munity is extended to those left to mourn Hodgsons and Neale of Burdett were visitors here on Chauncey Morey has been suc cessful in securing an artesian well on farm southeast of at a depth 830 Rennle returned on Sun Jay Stone and daughter In company with her and Kurlhurt and Fuller left on Wednesday by motor for Car mungny where they will be the guests of and Hurlburt over the week and Conquergood have re turned from The many friends of Owen will be learn that she is progressing yery satisfactorily after her recent serious Bcattie motored down on Sundayin com pany with and Henderson motor ed to Lethbridge on Friday where liey remained over the week the guests of and Hender Friends will regret to learn of the nerious illness of ttho youngest son of and Thompson at the house of his Lethbrtdgo Reade and son were week end guests of and Wilmot return ed on Sunday from A very sad accident occurred on Sat nrday on the farm of John Back er while his two boys were examining a gun in the farm kitchen with barrel pointing floorward the gun dis the shots hitting the then bouncing The boys were both injured The smallest was shot through his arm between the elbow and tearing his flesh completely The larger boy did escape so the shot enter Ing his They were immediately rushed to town when Munro at tended their Both are now progressing Bowe returned to her home In Burdett on Tuesday spending the week end with her The sympathy of her many friends la extended to Ross in the Io3s of bar son who passed away In States last and Wesley Potter have returned from where they were guests during the MiflB Tena Schonert has been ap pointed to fill the vacancy In the school for the coming We under stand the four teachers of last terra will resume their duties in the Pltblado of Winnlppeg was a guest here on and Bell were vis itors in Lethbridge stampede and Caughey were pufstij In Lethbridge over the week and daughter returned on Tuesday from Medicine lint Friends will bo pleased to know that Ostrum is progressing most after her recent Hartford was a visitor in iiothbrldgo on Council will meet in the council chambers at the usual hour on Friday Deputy Mayor Bratton will liresldu and it IB umlerstoood has sev eral interesting topics to bring up for Hurst spent the week end In of the Union Bank left on Monday for Barons to which point he has been and Bowen re turned home after a pleasant trip by motor to Buffalo Lake where they ware the guests of Bowens par ents During their visit Bowen purchased a farm In that district Lackenby who has been visit ing friends here for the past few wcRka has returned to her home in and Louclrs return pd on Saturday from Qstrum spent the week em in Medicine and Stone returned RACES SEEN CLARESU FAIR Racing Up to The Average and Finishes Were Mostly Close Special to the Herald annual race meeting in connection with Claresholm Exhibition took place on the 30th and 31st of July and consid erably added to the enjoyment of the visitors to Claresholm The rac ing was up to the average seen at Claresholm and the finishes were mostly The results First Half bred race for half breds that never won Our 1 b Pretty Baby 2 b Also ran Redwing and Won by a lengths 2nd and Local pony Ramage and ch g Goldy1 gr Eric ro Rob Trlxle threw her Maiden b Fair 3 Watt b Bal sarroch 3 The pair ran together Fair Ella winning by a short Second Free for trot or br Homer M 1 br Montana Belle 2 New bl Kavencress 3 3 Nashwaak cup for halt breds sired by b Pretty b b The first and second raced together until Excelsior shot his bolt and Pret ty Baby won fairly Claresholm 1 bl Fort 3 bl Our 4 b Fair 3 Fort Macleod under restraint made play from Fair Ella for nearly a mile when Fair Ella showed signals ot dis Our which had trailed 100 yards in the came away with a great spurt and passing Fair Ella forced Fort MacleocTs jockey to bus tie his horse up to win by three After the race Miss Bessie the Derby presented a sllvei mounted riding whip to Hafley who rode thewinner and fastened a ros ette on the winning horses bridle The Derby Queen was presented with a bouquet of flowers and a souvenir locket on behalf of the Exhibition As Open pony ch Ramage and ch gr Won by a short An objection against the rider of the winner for foul riding was overruled by the Cowboy Won by Herrold Chamberlain on Romeo Cowboy Won by Charlie Sharpies on Romeo Ladles Ethel first on Cora second on Named harness mile 3 in ch Alba Mc J 1 ch Minnie M 8 2 Ranchers b ch Pretty Babys saddle slipped and she threw her rider and stampeded but without injury to The summer school ot rural leader ship is started at POLYGAMY NOT I Degradation of German Morals Shown in Order on Prisoner oE Ger manys methods to restore the falling birth rate and mantain annual man power that boon nnt vaguely in news was made public today by the The committee on public informa tion has received from the military intelligence section ot the war depart mentdirect evidence of the official admonishment to the practice of poly gamy and to be Disregarded The bureau has in its possession a letter from the Head Office for the Increase of the Defense Power of Ger many that was written to one Bruno Schneidel of Not only is the direct statement made in the letter of the of the government that its man power production be maintained with dis regard for the conventions or moral but the allotment of women to be visited by the recipient of the let ter is a Would Treble Birth Rate This is the in accurate trans lation as a result of the the greatest part of the manhood of the country capable of bearing arms has called to the it is the duty of the male in the interests of the to take to themselves in loving manner the young women who have been left be hind with the object of doubling or trebling the birth We believe that in you we haviS found the right and that you in this difficult will fulfill this honorable and responsible duty in a conscientious Penalty for Failure to Obey The duty with which you have been intrusted is of a public and by refusal you will incur severe penalties under the statutes of You will be informed upon this office as to the district allotted to you and the addesses of the women to be visited by You may use this communication as a The letter was taken from a Ger man prisoner captured April this by the third army of the Amer ican expeditionary force in 4 RESTRICTIONS ON PORK July Canada food hoard has tern the restriction on the consumption of Such action has been made possible by the port production and conservation efforts in Canada and the United and the food boards passed to provides Hint includ J ing bacon and all parts of the may be served at any time in public eating operating under Canada food board In making this announce the food board stated as a result pf conserva tion measures anil increased net exports of pork from the Dominion have been increased by pounds per which is in crease of 571 per over a fiveyear prewar Melville Head of Assoc iated Says Canada Held in High Esteem Neuters Ot tawa party of Canadian editors visiting England were invited yesterday morning by Lord Beavor meet Melville the head of the Associated ut thu Over seas Press centre attached to the min istry of Melville addressing flic edi said I know no other country in the world that has risen to so high a level in public esteem in America during the war than has Can at the outbreak of the with out any legal obligations to join in tho did so and thus took her part in the fight for civilization and all it Later the editors were entertained at a luncheon given in their honor by the Canadian their hosts includ ing the Duke of Walter Long and Sir George In the afternoon the editors were entertained at the ministry of infor where In the Cinema they saw films themselves taken in France and the Canadian training The French cabinet approved tha introduction iji the chamber of a bill granting an increase of pay to the noncommissioned officers and men of the army and navy amounting to francs ANDY REPAIRS RADIATORS ALL WORK REAR DALLAS HOTEL Upstairs TRY A HERALD WANT FOR DRAYING OR HAY OR OATS PHONE 1779 188G KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING Phone 1892 710 Fifth Reliable Shoe Repairs THE CITY BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP 408 2nd Phone 1734 Next Fire Hall Hay Feed 2nd and 12th PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGC The Home Town Spirit Contributed to Dominion Chautauqua Talk by Npcl of Life and Judge Admission that he seivt to Germany through secret chanuelf tor almost a year until the United States entered the has been made by George Sylvester editor of Viericks Weekly formerly The according to a statement made by AttorneyGeneral Lewis of New I put the pep and gingre in the bug that I I try to drive away the I see the good and grab I pavo the streets and light up and keep nm nicely I guard the public budget so the money wont be I make a large and joyful noise that all the world may hear Please let mo in troduce am the Home Town I advocate each enterprise to ben efit the people 1 build the the water the smokestack and the The factory and hospital arise at my I force the right eous settlement of every public ques The schools and read ing rooms I boost by word and action and drop my money in the hat with joy and The best is not too good for tliis community I live for Im the Home Town Spirit and Im not afraid of I gladly sign the contract and I hustle like tarnation to bring big Chautauqua here with all its in To spread the gladsome news abroad Im tireless in my I boost the season ticket sale among my friends and I pound my drum and cymbals and arouse enthusiasm and drive tho pes simistic blues from anyone who has Success is ours Its bound to be theres nothing that can queer Three cheers for I atn the good old Home Town Central Alberta Feed for Southern Stockmen The Department of Agriculture being in possession of information as to certain Greenf eed Supplies made available by the cutting of frozen wheat and other grains in Central Alberta is prepared to answer enquiries as to available supplies with parties who are pre pared to winter If you wish to secure some of this feed or if you have stock you wish to have wintered write the Department of giving the follow ing information Number of cattle or for which feed is Whether stockman wishes to buy feed and care for his own stock or put stock in care of Date limits for feeding Is pasture required also for balance of season What price per month per head the stockman will ADDRESS ANSWERS TO Deputy Minister of OP BLIO TRICAL McKenzle PHONS fW 711 tri THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting ot all Agents for the World Famous Delco Light Country wiring a 518 4th Avenue Box 334 Phone 735 AUCTIONEER Long experience in stock and farm gales ed in any part ot LAVALLEY ALBERTA For and Rates Call The Dowsley Lend Leth Phone 1809 Tractor Repairs We specialize in reborlng gas tractor and fitting oversize pistons and We have in stock at present oversize pistons for all popular makes of gas Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN 216 1st Phont 1732 Roosa Transfer Day and at or Phone 1169 FARM LABOR THE PROVINCIAL MENT OF AGRICULTURE HAS OPENED A BUREAU IN THE BOARD OF TRADE OFFICES LETHBRIDGE To secure and distribute farm Farmers wishing to secure help should apply Immediately to who charge of this free PHONE 1603 Free Elliott Sheet Metal Works Expert Hot Air Work Phone 1713 330 6th 81 Alberta SPENCES AUTO LIVERY NIGHT TRAIN OR HOSPITAL LETHBRIDGE CLOSED CAR PHONE 1324 Phone 1619 Pox 80S CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS EVERYTHING IN ACCOUNTING SYSTEMS INCOME TAX BUSINESS TAX FINANCIAL Reid and Paterson Room Dominion Building 612 Fourth Avenue GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 084 11th Phone Prompt and WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TD OFRER Secy VeteW Club Phooe372 ;