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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBUIDGE DAILY HKIULD llorses Were Exceptionally Not Clood (From Our Owa Clartahoim.; Aug. Clares- holm Hair Ms over fur another year, anil although the, exbi- ia some of the clasps we r? not up tb standard of other years ouiug to condition? brought abeut by the ;drougbt the fair on the'whole was a (Ireit is due Sir Ills L'liuris iu me in-si iv> public. The show of hordes ex- 'teptianallv good, wblle oat tie, ibeep-And hogs were not as good acx titled ivllh arch shape mirror 10x20, 4 nice size drawers. A man's furniturd, built 83 a man wants it. O1) CA At only And we do hereby strictly wftrii and solemnly impress upon all such men and as- well" (hose who employ, harbor, conceal otr assist them in their disobedience, that if they pqrsist iii their failure to rcporU absence or desertion until the expiry of tlic-last mcnlion- ed dny they will be pursued andipunis'licii with all the rigor and severity of the law'subject' lo the judgment of our couris martial, which -will he convened to try such cases, or other competent also that those who employ, harbor, conceal such'men will be. held strictly accountable "aX dft'eiidcrs. and-subject lo the pains, penalties aiul for- feitures in that behalf by law provided for their said offence. Trovided, however, that nothing contained in this ouv Proclamation is intended to release the men'aforesaid from their obligation to report for duty as soon as possible or to grant them immunity from ar- rest or1 detention in the meantime for the pur- pose of compelling' them to perform their military duty, our intention being merely .to'forego oi" remit the 'penalties heretofore in- curred forvfailurc lo report absence without leave or desertion incurred by those men nf the description aforesaid who shall'lie in Ihe proper discharge their military'duties on .or before the said -fwcnty-fiutrth 'day, of :-August, I31S. Of all of which, our loving, subjects and all others whom these may concern are hereby required to take notice and govern themselves accordingly. testimony u-Kcreof.'wc Iiavc caused lhe.se our .tellers (lie GreM Seal'of .-Canada io, be liercunlo affixed. Wiincss, Oiir right Irusly and-right entirely beloved eousln and coun- sellor, Victor Christian Wllllajn Duke of Devonshire Marquess.gf Earl of.Devonshire, liarir-. "against tlie men win Oiir Military'Sfr' disobeyed our liavn no'jice from any.- otrour.-Jicgi trars or D.epufy Registrars to report for duty 'onia day'now. pbst.'and'liavc failed so to re- port, or who having'reported, and-ipbtained leave of abscncO'liavc.failed report at'the expiry of thci.r leav'e or have'become ers from pur Expeditionary jhcj dutv on or before the fourth dav of August, 1918 ynto-Socrtinr ol Ortler of The darter, one of.o'ur most Honorable -M 4j I At our Government House, ln'6ur: o [his first day In of bur Ijord Onc'Thoiisanfi Nine Hundred and Biehteen; anil in the ninth year of our reign. ISy'command, (From Our Own Taher, Aug.- Citizens of Tabcr will bo pleased to hear that -Mr. b. K l.ynd, R.A., B.D., has hcen appointed principal of tho important consolidat ed school at Coaldale. The Taber Hchool Hoard ia re-open- ing the South 'Side School In Scptenv her.' This is a decidedly just and pro- gressive, step ami one that will meet with tXe approval 6i "the ratepayers at large. If the hoard In addition, can only land 113 a top notch male princi- pal anil also Invent a cheap and com- fortable van for carrying to and from the schooj Tn cold Weather the children living In the Johttslon Atltlh csrn (he ion, Library Table Library-Tahle, {I2.S5. JIado of sollj oak tbroughouf, lop 2Cx42 Inches, vith drawer, negular ?15 August Special ItnOJ I fl I Quality Furmlure and Kitchen Cabinet As all snow enamel, ISegular fiJO.'-.' Special >'f the citizens ar.d go down In history s a Johnny-on-the-spot board. Despite the dry, hoi, windy weather mr garden truck is doing twice OS i-ell since Dave Jenkins, Jr., and his Irelcss Indian pony liavo heen lolnteu" constables Tor Impoundfpg nt jighl all cattle and horses foirail rang- ng on our streets. hope Iliey pay Davy well tor Ills invaluable services cannot see how they ran well get out of giving Mm a gold meiliil cslclcs at Iho cart ot the year. TalWng ahout dogs, ,we vvoulil isug gcst that a lax of lite dollars a monll Imposed upon those that bark al night. To-roll a man 61 slceii, "That talw up llio ravcll'd sleave ot care. The death of eaclt (lay'e life, sore labor's hath, Balm of hurt minds, great nature's second course. Chief nourished in IKc's feast.'' Is worse than raiding Ills kitchen gar- den. Wo wonder how Aany citizens lako thought to lock up, tin up or mm zlc up their dogs at night. The lax on these discordant steam piAnos would easily defray the expenses ol.tho van for the Johnston Addition children. ?.Ir. Frank Sharman and family left on Thursday night for Vancouver where (hey Intend making their tionic. The great domfind for men In the ship- building industry on the coast as well as the fancy pay Is alluring many of our carpenters from the pralrlc this of (.year. Atcx, CampljeU and family arc camping at present at the Waterloo Lakes. Among tiie visitors at 'lie Taler fair Wednesday and-Thura- day, wo noted'Measrs, Archie Mc- Lean, and C. G. Grof', ot tho Lethbriilge Herald..Both Ihese gentle, men oebaved admirably while in town. The new cooler in'Ine court house basemeril wilh its bSrrcd is a powerful incentive to good conducl. The only criticism we have to offer on Mr. S. Dunham's excellent ad- verlislng of Ciiau'.autiua In the Loth- bridge Herald is' that he presents its claims and merits too modestly. How- ever, we want everyone residing be LolliljfiJo r.nd Mcdlclno Hat lo read every word he pens on llils 9 tho gate receipts amounling to over Willie tho exhibition o( horses, calllc and poultry was liio largest and finest seen in the town and surprised aml'delighted tho judges perhaps Ibc feature that eurprised tho lendcffoot most, was tho'display" of vegetables and grains for a dry year. It was like- an Iron ionic anil sent him out wondering what a .nor- mal.season would yield. There was also a creditable display of plain and fancy work as well as home cooking and preserving. Tiie prize lists will be printed next week In the-tabcr Times. The1 midway was well patron- tzed, especially iho'fcrris wheel-anti mcrry-go-romid. ghijHu noiu thai the police kept all tendencies to- gatiiujltig HI thteh. -We woujd like lo nave seen llic tent labelled 'Strictly for men only, no one under the age of eighteen years allowed In' shoved out of tho grounds.'All aucli i of advertising'arc vulgar, even arc not meant to read every woru nc pens on urn auu-; ,j ject and then to say "o curiosity. There should no tho half has not yet been told. And all on 'J1.0 Ihis for R60 permit ticket nl Tabcr, August 13th lo Ifilh." fn ad- dition to tlie program ndvcrtised we are hoping to liavo willr us on Sunday August IStil, at a union" pat- riotic service, Mr; .1. llcrhaman and tho blon Wells COinirans. Wo Just mention Uih 'en passant1 no thai no ntber place may caat'a covetous eye ilpon ihtse cnterlajncr.l. The has been operating for two, tlr thrco days Mils week upon some of bur leading streets lias done a fine plcco of work.' Miss li'ahor wlio Is In tho hoSpila! will, typhoid is progressing At present we have visiting In town as guests Mr. Airs. Doblis, Mas- ters Clifford ami Bert Wright ami l.eecti. We arc always It) see liicsc old Taber lioyd back. From conversation at the fair with visitors from Purple Springs we gather-that (hero is lo he a largo emi- gration from that place to -Taher IhU (all. Should men like Mr. W. Muma tie concerned In Ihis tMck wo foresee ivliero tho school board will soon have to enlarge pur school. Jbe Dislrkl Fair The officers of Ihe Agricultural So- ciety arc, to bo congralulaled on Ihe which n man could not freely tako iila wife and -family. Tlic slampede feat' urea were good, and. exciting times when Ihe steers charged 'Oh, for a lodge in some vast' wilderness." On Wednesday Ihc' itnchaht baseball learn trimmed Ilio- Oanadji West team A promising huqcli of new- players lo Iho lurie of 15 lo I, and were soundly Irimmccl Hie next .day hy tlie old 'Tabcr reliab- les, tho score being M lo 6. The pro- ceeds from Ilio lied Crosa tagging amovnleil lo antl from tho rafllo of the Red Cross nullt and cam- isole yoke to Tho on Ilio riulU hari previously brought In 563.00. K. S. lliiutroils now sleeps under Iho quilt wlillo Alex. SlcUob- crls wiar3 the camisole yoke. A surso of JOS.OO canceled in a fcw'mln- wo held Ihis ules for Mrs, had 'mln Texan nose cr-arm and Ihrce ribs broken in an accident on the." roca course. On Tuesday JUelvin Orant.while rid' ing a horso on Hie race track met with an accident also. Tlie horeo alum- bled, throwing the the ground, fracturing Ills collar bone. H ,waa found also that'lhe horse had broken her leg and had to bo shot. Virgil Jensen, another young lad, had his collar bono broken on Mondiy wli'lla week In Taber.! On ftvery, Rifle it is helping his father fo, place a pronounced 'Iho heal ycl.' The alien-j upon tho wagon. Iloth boys are doing danco beat out jjrcvlo.us ;