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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUKOAY, AUGUST 9.1919 DAILY PAGE N1NR (Kiom Ojr Own CdrreBpoadent) j RAYMOND, Aug. for the R ay ci out] fair are beginning to come lu. Have you looked orer thij prize list ind elected the enlraiili you are going lo make? The ertries must ba all made on or Saturday night, Auguit Sib. No entries will be RO capled alter that date. The fair clns ou and Ibe bwlrs must all be up bsloro ihei date. Re- member not'later than Saturday. If you have Jiome good looklaK material, anlmalB or stuff, bring It along, you are sure U> tet somo prize for tboro re nearly two thousand given and Lhe prize Itself ranges from la depirtment A there are JDD Ihe registered, heavy, TUodium Buil Ifehl Added lo that thero Is ihe agrlculLural and general utility dlTbltms. One of ihe beat ulBplari of horses -In the province will bt Depnrtnicut B corcrs the cat tit Is divided Into the Islered divisions, the beef and dilrr breeds and tho common or grada mflk cow IB alsq given several prites. Sheep are clvei a boos ear because more of U" faimora ftavo few titBi of noir tban aver cfore Tbe (olluwinl ara Iho Lretts or which primp tlric: Shrop- lilre, namboqletle, .Bomney Mirih, Word and Lincoln. There are alio rlie.s (or the twit fleecy ol fine, met- un aod ID coonei-tloa with all ot the animal Iheie are cooteaU or hoys or Eirli slitwu or under, wlio an Interest In (he, Judjlne Dl ones, cilllo iheep or hogs. Dr. A. C. Qreenwas- bffera a special irlzo lor the belt trade beet caked Ince Jan. lit, .This competl- Ion li tor lioyi or llrla under 14 earj. In deparlmeDt E, the' poultry sec- loii, there are 130 cltaseij moro Uian 50.00 la pricea. The Grains nad Oniiei dcparlment or which lamoua, always contains a zreal -number ot couipell- o're. 3 Hayniopd dlltrlct. is mom vejclablst lhl most likely, due its all'round advahtakear The men will likely he Bifllioncd within the noit two months. .Other East Koolcnay points lhat will be'simllarly favored arc Cranbrook and The united Influence of the board of trade and the irrigation committee of Lhe farmers' 'institute has succeeded ID having an; engineer of the water rights branch' ecnt here, and who oa Morlday commenced work on the com- plelc survav'of the Arrow Creek-Cres- ton Irrigation system. Ills instruct- are to remain here until 'tho wh'ole work Is complete and to Ihen start In on the compilation of a report, -jcludfnr Installation cots, so liiat those interested can decide on wheth- er, the project shall be undertaken early next season or not. A. Ijlndley of the B. C. Fruit Market, LelhbrJdgfi, arrived ycslorday to look tKe'ranclicrs'up with a view io book- Ing his supplies of tomatoes and other DROWNED WITHIN VIEW OF POLICE EDMONTON, Aug. was believed lo have been committed on Fraser Flats Wednesday forenoon at '11.Q3, aiid the police found Mra. Tina Madaams, not dead, but in au un- constlous condiilcn, sufferiiiB from blew in the face by a smoothing Iron thrown at her by Bill Steflutf. The woman, recovering conscious- ness, slated to the police that after Stcfiuk struck'lier with '.he iron, he Juuiped on her with his (eel and dc manded mbn'oy. Seciiring tbe booty ho left the placu. and when holly pursued by the police, made (or the river. Stefiuk-himself Is dead, having flung h.mself into the Saskatchewan river and drowned In slghl ol Iho po llco, who pursued him. PILES Cause Many Disc wes end you can pour all the Patent medicirta down your threat that money can buy; Vi you can use all thVsalvea or so-called pile cures to your heart's Yet you will NEVER be rifl of Bucli conditions until PHS3 ABB KILLED. proof of all tbis li that nothing you have ever dona haa given you permanent, re- Ill 111! jvor not ulrm urloui jou rau rtltiro boait latlda ucrk aval set nudr (or HOW WILL'' YOU HMD THIS STATEMENT? WE KILL AND MOVES, ptrmaneuUr, every ___ cl PILES, that we handle Tritli a mild ELECTRICAL CURRENT, _; or you Need Not Cent. No Chloroform, Morpftni tr to bed- From DESIRED RESULTS. If you can't Writs DtpL L. MENTION THIS PAPER, DRS. AXTELL THOMAS B03 Mcgreevy Black, 258Vi Po Ave., Winnipej, Bin. vegetables, as Veil as lo get informa- to the" possible dimensions of his -ciien'ls apple crops. A' nurqber.of Alberta slockucn 'been here the past week looking Lbo Vallej' over for a possible Bupply of bay. piven the usual long open fall (here may bejenougb here for local needs, but certainly none (or export. Trouble With Indians Tn connection with the hay cutting nn the flats, Indian Inspector Dilch- burn of Victoria Mvas here over (he week end, looking .Into the trouble caused by -Hie Siwashes utllining tho whitei' hay areV for .pasture ID order 'to permit the reds bar lauds lo come along" without' 'being needed in part 'to pasture" their own slock, and along ffllh Indian Uflibra.lh of Fort Steele J3 reported, amicably arranged matle'rs. 'TJip.feed situation would bo considerably' helped If the Indians-could bo. Induced to get rid of at least halt (heir horses. TUe Housekeepers! Are you baking your bread this hot weather? Now wouldn't it be more economical lo keep ihe house cool comfortable 'and conserve your own energies by buying Model Bakery J Bread. Why Not Me It Eairj! i anil eliminate one of the hardest parts of your housework which is so oppres- sing during the heat of summer economical from every point to buy v Model Bakery Bread Ask Your Grocer or Phone 1175 and the Rig Will Call nuinbera Hieso All the good features of home-made x bread are found in Model Bakery Bread, which appeals to the bread '.baker al Home. They, of all olherS. know good .tread. Our Bread always pleases I hem and will please .were last at-least 300 iead of hor'se'sVof ,yery poor ciualily..' Can't'Get >aitor MotKbdisLa have about ahan- done'd hope of, ever getting a pastor. The .church has been dark al- most four months due to (he fact (hat minister assigned here hy ttte con- ference has not yet got.hack from overseas. If church union were gone after right now. It. should 'DO easily ucomplfalied as not one of the Ihreo Protestant denominations operating hero ever get a. coiigregallon larger than 30 men, women end children. -.When the formers' institute aban- doned Its trading buslneaa In March to tho Fruit Growers' Union; the in- slltuto fouml itself In possession of a cash eurplus of alinost Insli- tule members are meeting on Salur- day lo conairtor tho question of 'turning over this sijm in whole or in part to help pay for Iho buildings tha fall fair nsaouialion is about to build. Value of Strawbtrry, Crop Including the stuff that was shipped (o the jam factories it' would look na If the Creston -strawberry crop this year would he worlh almost 5CO.OOO. Almost crates were shipped Jb 'prolrle points in Lhe usual way, wlillo well over.twenty, tocs.wero sent to thcjam plant at NelaOn.' Klvc years ago the value'of the Volley's entire fruit and vegetable, crop was little more than IhlE same total. V The Tllal statistics for July show fojirv hirlhs, one marriage-' and one- death. Meteorological recorder, Dr. ilendcrson reports the monthf the dryest in .years, the .rainfall for tbe montMbc-lri6v_harrIiy half nn inch waa 96 In the shade, Doard.of trade IB already plan- ning, for IbV reception'of -Iho Nelson business mefl who will be here for the fBli'.falv and lo look .oror Iho KoOienay flats, In which reclamation the Nelson board ot trade Is lending the locfll agsocJallon overy anf-lal and A bnnciiiet.the cloalng of Iho fair will ho ono of the features of tho visit. N. J. Schweitzer, Phone 1175 MILITARY CAUSES WERE CHIEFLY TO BLAME I1QMK. Ane. In Ilio Popolo Honianl, tha cornmloloti' In- Ibe C'BporaKo rthaslcr o( Ocloler, 1917, the linllan. llhe brolioo by llief great Auslro' (Jarliiaii allhcuBh aJmlllln? tht Ihllueiico'ln (he fatyitjt Eeclnllsl and Clerical .propagmnJa, -especially aftjr the papal mcajage lit 1917, iiro- nltrlbttles- Iho dofaat bhleily lo nillllry. In morale and an Absolute, lack'.ot Tho newspaper (hal flcncivla Cndornd, rsrpllo ftnd Unvadofdiljfbro Records XJust Anotfier Good Man Ooiie Pepfully phyed by the Louisiana Fiwi ..Jazz ;Orchestra, the newest Columbia combination, which also coup- ling "Yelping Hound another, irresistible.fox-trot. "lears Stejv Vania Yama. "Tears (of introducing "I'm Glad I Cm Make You Cry" and; won't inake you cry, but dance. "YamaYama Blues" you danqe some more. Mammy's Lullaby-Waltr r The Happy Sir pkys feet waltzv, ,and the Waldorf- Astoria Dance Orch'estrm this vfampui fox-trot from the muswl: especially composed for Nazimova's grpat new mqtioiBi 'Every Columbia Dealer Has It 68 Splendid Selections the Following Great tarC. Bud Eul FiOo'i KMM KmKT "Oreaean VtMorf-Arfok Duo Jiurlsta Orea _____ -i M At Jttk V tiity COLUMBIA. GRAPHOPHONB COMPANY. Tcnoto 114 Kenny Alliji Co., Liittited i i-Dkllat Hotel The ;