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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta BRIGHT THE LRTimniDGE DAILY I1KUALD AtltUSl iHoracs Were Exceptionally Not So Good From Our Own Corrrsponrtpnn Cbres tiolm Fair is over for another and although the exhi bitsin some of the classes were not up tTi standard of other yrnvs owing to conditions brought by the drought the fair on the whole was a great Great praise i due the who in I lit1 ace of great difficulties was untiring In his efforts to give the best to the The show of horses was ex ceptionally while the sheep nnd hogs were not as pood other years owing to shortage The poultry and ladies work was better than years while rarm products and garden truck fell f down In the sporis line the main attraction was the baseball I tournament in which Chnm Stavely and tlaresholm took In the first round Cham pion defeated while Clares holm wou from In the secj ond round Claresliolm drew the bye and played the winner of the ChamI pionBarons Champion winning by a single Some record scores were run up in Champion iook money and in doing so scored 70 runs in the three game they played therereceiving for the first money was The games were umpired to the salisfac of nilby Charles Christ of Cal The horse races furnished some pxcitomrnt for the spntntorrf Al though there not ns ninny outside horses as The 4ayiiiR concrete side wnlks is nhmit completed on Main street and Third nnd Is a great improvement to the looks of the Wheat cutting has commenced on several fnrins in this district nnd will he general on all laud nnd spring The yield on these will he from M to while Hitsnniniprfiillow will be from to Crops Fairly It is really wonderful to see crops such is we have in this Ink ing into consideration rainfall we Your correspondent has noticed by one of the Calgary papers that a Gilbert who handles real estate north of Calgary in an inter view stated that in his trip of Inspec tion gave ns its opinion that the best crops were within a radius of sixty miles of Gilbert should have taken another day nnd come far ther south is he would certainly changed his opinion and at least given us the benefit of another or 40 miles in tho urea are sorry to hear that Miss Hem who until a short time ago was engaged in tlie Claresholm post has died in a hospital in Sas Thedance given by Stpbbin and Vanhoni in the new garage was a great The large building was filled to overflowing nnd the sum of was raised for the Ogden Sol diers Albin Swanson and formerly COULD NOT STOP 1HE HEADACHES Until She Tried From Fruit Juices 112 ContTRo I feel T must tell you of tho great benefit I have received from your wonderful I have been a sufferer for years from riotent and Could pet no permanent A friend lulvised me to take Truit ntives and I did so with great success mid now T am entirely free of thanks to splendid ALKXANDER a i for trial size At all dealers or sent on receipt of by Fruttatives Mtindy of Moose is Coming Here USERVE The GurfleyrOxforf SENIOR It is important that you conserve fopd and Save both by Using a Famous GURNEY OXFORD RANGE Come in and See the latest Gurney Oxford Coal or write for TAYLOR HARDWARE CO iigSuccess GURNEY OXFORD AGENTS LETHBRIDGE of Clarosholm lint now of are visiting friends here at pres One of our speed merchants has en tered his car in the Stavely which will be held fair James of tho Bank of Com with his family hat left to spend a few weeks at Gull They are accompanied by Gar diner and Shanks and Moffatt spent a few days in the hills fishing and were successful in landing their limit They bring back tlie same old fishing etory as usual with a few Stnjt Sergeant Mumly of the Mount ed Police will arrive in the city short ly to tivko over hi new duties as In spector of O division of the to which he has been appointed by the police Word received at the headquarters of ihe division here Is that Inspector Mutdy should arrive during the first wirk of Inspector Mundy lias been a member of the famous Mounted Police for 13 j j during much of which time he i been stationed at Moose ns I staff lie has tievor been attached to K his service having been mostly Actiuglnspectnr who has taken charge of the division since the promotion cf Inspector Piper to the post of assistant will return Mediiine Hut on Inspector Mundys Requests From Thrce Direct Are Granted Power House to Pay for City Subdivis ions Being Made Coal to the power house is to be charged in future at the rate of per ton as against as The increase in price is brought about by the imposition of a five cents per ton tax by the provincial government on all coai Commissioner Freeman is endeavoring to have the charge as this should ply only to lump coal owing to the fact that the city does not screen its it must pay on both the lump and slack The mines of the district are not required to pay on the slack coal unless it sells than per Commissioner Meech also stated that he had letters from Ed monton and Medicine Hat to the ef fect that it would be impossible to have the plans of the different cities showing farm lands and outside sub divisions ready in time to present at the meeting of fhe board of utility commissioners during the second week of but effort will be made to get along with the arrange ments so that a further postponement of the governments decision may be Mayor Hardie reported that he had It is the same old higher living higher wa ges and so on up the At least that is whatthe city council lind At this morningis meeting of the council requests far higher wages were received from three The oilers at the power station are to receive two cents an hour ow ing to the fact they look after the work in the filter Commis sioner Freeman says the increase io quite The street railway track hands are also increased from to 3S cents nn thus muting them on a par with the outside men of the other We must pay it to get the said Freeman The track is in bad Hsid this been a wet sum mer the system have out of The ara so rotten they wont hold the Tho other request came from sis men employed on the They asked for 40 cents an hour place of cejlljj which they arc The quit work to force wages but turned lo their this The increase was no the council declaring that 38 an hour was the standard wage set far outside workmen on the citys and the figure could not be changed without disrupting the affairs of the various visited Calgary Saturday as a guest at the luncheon in honor of Prince Arthur of Connaught on that Youll Do Better at Teeples August Specials in the Teeple Store Unusually Attractive Bargains in a Mahogany Bedroom Suite We do not hesitate to call this one of the very best furniture values in the whole is cheaper than you can buy from the eastern mail consider ing the freight Suite consists of dressing table and large size chair and An exceptionally attractive with Adam Motif in a rich mahogany 18x36 with 2 small and 2 largo Back is fitted with 24x28 British bevel plate with four nice mirror Dressing 18x32 One long drawer in taper Triplicate two 7x18 and one 13x head end 52 inches 2 inch posts with 18 fillers V4x7i Rocker and Hair Dressing Chair strongly built and with cane This suite is carefully and a value you will never be able to This complete suite specially i SEE WINDOW Fumed Oak Buffet Here is a practical buffet at a small A neat design easily Made of solid oak in rich fumed Length II two silver drawers One double cupboard aud large linen Ab solutely guaranteed plate mirror Specially reduced Library 3piece Suite Consisting of Library Arm Chair and Table top 28x44 made from very selected quarter sawed and finished in a blackish brown rich and glowing parts of the pieces are rubbed to give that worn and used effect of musty The quaintly turned legs and supports is a characteristic of the with chair and rocker to Upholstered back and auto spring seat and solid Regular Specially re duced to SEE WINDOW Velvet Rug Big values in drop patterns of Only three at this time to bo soid at this very low KngliiJi velvet size Regular value Special at jus one i Tapastry Regular August 2 Tapestry Reg ular Special 4 Grass Reg ular August Special Bed Davenport only Rarely Is it possible for a store to offer such a strong value in hut we are overstocked and we must of at least three regardless of actual It is a useful and convenient article of furniture which can lie used for u bed at night and a daven port during the Frame is of solid oak finished Mattress 40 and is made of pure cotton felt upholstered in craftsman better than 2 leather and absolutely This Davenport at the low price quoted is worthy of particular William and Mary Made of selected figured guniwood in a rich Ky onyx finish with lavender Top 18x0 vack fitted with arch shape mirror 1 nice size A mans built as a man At only f Library Table Library of soli oak throughout 1 fumed top 26x42 inches Regular August Special Quality Furniture and Groceries Kitchen Cabinet AH all snow whito Regular CQ OC Special I CANADA PROCLAMATION Gcorgo The Fifth by the grace of God ofthe United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and of the British Dominions beyond the de fender of the Emperor of To al to whom these presents shall come or whom the same may iu any ISO A proclamation 6f conditional amnesty respecting men be longing to Class 1 under the Military Service who have disobeyed our proclamation of 13th or their orders lo report for duty or are deserters or absent without leave from the Canadian Expeditionary Deputy Minister of Whereas considerable numbers mon belonging to Class I under our Military Ser vice called out on notive in our Canadian Expeditionary Force for the of Canada under our Proclamation of HUh although they have thus become bylaw soldiers enlisted in the military service of have failed to re port for duty as lawfully required of them under the said Military Service Act and the regulations thereunder including the Orderin duly pacsed on April 20 or have or absented themselves without leave from our Canadian Expeditionary And it is represented that the very serious and unfortunate situation in which these meti find themselves is due in many cases to the fact notwithstanding the information and warning contained in our Proclamation aforesaid they have misunderstood xtheir or obligation or been misled the advice of disloyal or seditious And whereas we if to avoid tlie infliction of the heavy penalties which the law imposes for the offence of which those soldiers have thus been guilty and to afford them an opportunity within a limited time to report and make their ser vices available in our Canadian Expedition ary as is by law their bounden and as is necessary for the defence of our Do minion of know that we in the exercise of our powers and of our good will and pleasure inthat do hereby proclaim and declare and cause to bepub lished and made known the penalties of tlie law will not lieimposed or exacted as against the men who belong to Class 1 under our Military Service and who disobeyed our Proclamation aforesaid or who have received notice from any of 6ur Regis trars or Deputy Registrars to report for duty on a day now past and have failed so to re or who having reported and obtained leave of absence have failed to report at the expiry of their leave or have become desert ers from our Expeditionary provided Jhey report for duty on or before the twenty fourth clay Of UnderSccretary of And we do hereby strictly warn and solemnly impress upon all such men and as well those who conceal or them in their if they persist in their failure to absence or desertion until the expiry of thelast mention ed day they will be pursued with all the rigor and severity of the law subject to the our courts which will be convened to try such or other competent also that those who conceal or such men will held strictly accountable its offenders and subject to the penalties and for feitures in that behalf by hiw provided for their said that nothing contained in this our 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 or detention in the meantime for the pur pose of compelling them to perform their military our intention being merely forego or remit the penalties heretofore in curred for failure to absence leave or desertion incurred by those men of the description aforesaid who shall be in the proper discharge of their military duties on or before the said twentyfourth day of Of all of which our loving subjects and all others whom these may concern are hereby required to take notice and govern themselves In testimony whereof we linvc caused these our letters to be made patent and tlie Great Seal of Canada to be hereunto Witnens Our rieht mid right entirely beloved cousin and coun Victor Christian William Duke of Devonshire Marquess of Earl Devonshire Eari of Baron Cavendish of FTardwicke Baron Cavendish of Knight of Our Most Xoblo Ortler of The one nf our Honorable Privy Kniglit Grand Cross of our most dis tingutshofl order of Saint Michael and Saint George Knight Grand Cross of ourKoyal Victorian Ordfr GovernorGeneral and of our Dominion of At our Government in ourCity of this first day of in the year of Our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and and in tho ninth year of our By From Our Own unrresDondint of TabeJ will bo pleased to hear that K i lias been appointed j principal of the important consolidat I ed school at Tlie Taber School Hoard is reopen ing the South Side School in Septem This is a decidedly just and pro gressive step ami one that will meet with approval the ratepayers at if the board in can only land us a top notch male princi pal and also invent a cheap and com fortable van for carrying to and from the school In cold weather the children living in the Johnston AddU if will earn the lasting gratitude of the citizens and go down in history as a Johnnyonthespot Despite tlit windy weather our garden truck is doing twice as well wince Dave and his tireless Indian pony have been ap pointed constable for impounding at eight all cattle and horses found rang ing on our hope they pay Davy well for his invaluable And we cannot sue how thoy can well get out of giving him a gold medal besides at the ond of the Talking about we would sug gest that a tax of five dollars a month Ins Imposed upon those that bark at To rob a man aS That knits up the ravolld of The death of each daye sorti labors Balm of hurt great natures eecond Chief nourisher In lifes woiHO than raiding his kitchen gar wonder how many citizens lake thought to lock tie muz zla up their dogs at Tho tax oc these discordant tileum piunnn would eaoily defray the expenses of thu van for the Johnston Addition Frank Sliarnian and family left on Thursday night for Vaiicouvdr where Intend making llieir The great domand for men in the ship building industry on tho coast as well as the fancy pay is alluring many of our carpentoiH from Ihu pralrii his off Camubull and family are camping at present at the Waterton Among the many visitors at the Taber fair on Wednesday and Thurs wo noted Archie Mc and of tho Lethbrldge Both these gentle men behaved admirably while In The new cooler in the house basement with its barred windows is powerful incentive to good Tho only criticism we to offer on Dunhams excellent ad vertising of Cliautaiunui in the Loth bridge Herald is that ho presents its claims and merits too How we want everyone residing be tween Lolhbride and MedicineHat lo read every word ho pens on ihig ject and then to aay O tho halt has not yot been And all this for per ticket at August 13th to In ad dition to Ilia program advertised we are hoping to have with us on Sunday August at a union pat riotic llerbaman and tho filen Wells Wo just mention this en passant1 BO that no other place may cast a covetous eye upon Tho government has been operating for two or three days this week upon some our leading stroetH lAul him done a fine piece of Isahol who is in the hospital with typhoid is progressing At present we have visiting In own as guests and ters Clifford and Bert Wright anil Vivian are always glad to see those old Tabor boys From conversation at the fair wilh visitors from Purple Springs wo gather there Is lo be a large emi gration from that place to Taber this Should men like Minna be concerned in this wo foresee i where tlie school board will soon have to enlarge our The District Fair Thu officers of the Agricultural So ciety are lo congratulated on the successful two days fair held this week In On every it is pronounced the best The alienj danci bunt out previous the gate receipts amounting to over While the exhibition cattle and poultry was the largest and finest in the town and surprised and delighted the judges perhaps the feature that surprised the tenderfoot most was the display of and grains for a dry It was like an iron tonic totoim and sent him out wondering what anor mal season would There was also a creditable display of plain and fancy work as well as home cooking and The prize lists will be printed next week in the Taber The midway wan well patron especially tho ferris wheel and were glad to note that tho police kept all tendencies to ward gambling in We would like to have seen the tent labelled for men no one under the age of eighteen years allowed in shoved out of the All such stylos of advertising are even if they are not meant to pander to a morbid There should be no exhibition on a fair ground into which a man could not freely take hiu wife and The stampede feat ures were and exciting timea when the steers charged for a lodge in some vast On Wodnoaday the lOnchant baseball team trimmed the Canada ttest promising bunch of now the tune of 15 to and were soundly trimmed tho next day by the old Taber reliab tho score being 14 to The pro ceeds from tho Red Cross tagging amounted to and from tho raffle of the lied Cross quilt and cam isole yoke to The autograpM on tho quilt had previously brought in Huntrods now sleeps under tho quilt while Alclloh erts wears Hie camisole A Burse of collected in a few min utes for tho Texan Rose had Tier arm and three ribs broken in an accident on the race On Tuesday Melvin Grant while rid ing a hoiHo on the race track met with un accident The horse stum throwing the boy to the fracturing his collar It was found also llmt Hie horse dad broken her log and had lo bo Virgil another young had his collar bono hrolum on Monday whllo helping his father to place a rock upon the Both ooya doing ;