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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta fsk if AGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAltV HERALD AUGUST Hmdtey discussed Iu an able xuunuer Uie making ot democra cles of tlie and showed only DOW were the awakening to a sciisq of their real Im It would not be fce to merely cruiii the falser in tbis U the German people them selves did not end the war by crush iug their autocracy and settlug up tho of the common then COSTIXTJED Hands us public Spea of ere the But he we hail done only hall the The tho Is not receiv jug the support from the man who vot to uses the hotel for the conven himself and hut when meal time he goes to some res And the churches themselves Isr than iu but mosl It was natural that the fight lap In the cause freedom sbouM themselves demand He ex plained what the awakening ot Hus sla meant to Canada in ttie opening of SVar a Stimulus The reign of the common people had received astimulus la Ihis war that are guilty in tils When con1 it had never received before and paying the of the delegates Even in England the government fo that they can live at the tho j had put radical laws into with billeting committee gels This is j Euch ease that even the common peo jiot fair to the men whose Investments pie themselves were It had have teen valuable by the been King George might be advent of i the last monarch Britain wonld ever speaker concluded by stating j If was to be the that ce no tear that lue j King George would go down In history vest woutd not meet the test after as the greatest democratic monarch the war with a Canadianited public cror Xever had he interfered an uncontrolled press and a with tte Britain had ear free ly national government Mist Ward Sptaks j irrespective of party and Canada Miss Ward received a tremendous t should have one The greatest ovation when she came on the platform j geniussi of the nation had been call lor o short She said she had to national and this should been the moral and been done in Canada long gious attitude of the boys at the Marvellous things hud been done in They are on a mans she but The control of the railways they are doing their parts like men by the the and otl third uut ot First 100 yard 1st JSO Ktilrance 10 per ot first Seond yard 520 J12 Sri Entrance tea per of first Third yard 1st S 3rd Knlrance ten per of first Me Lou HORSE RACES Wednesday Harness pace or mile best 2 la 3 heats 1st 2ud 3rd Entrance from 5 from J3 from 3rd yrtte Egg 100 I ono prize Entrance moucy ten per of threeeighths of a 560 525 Entrance money 3 from Ono Mile J75 J35 Entrance money J3 from priio Pony halt H hands and 1st J30 J15 En trance money from Thursday Harness race mila leats best in 1st 5S5 Entrance money 3 trorc Quarter inile saddle horse race horses Jsl J30 nnd there is nothing to fear for their spiritual welfareMiss Ward then went on to tell in her own Inimitable er the regulation of food The common after the war would be in a position to say way some of the things she had seen have done these things in times at the how the brotherhood why not In the name of rea man laps over the religion of the how services are conducted In the llt Uo Flacders sometimes in tents right behind the where all creeds worship In the same place i tiroughotit tho Miss Ward ap pealed to the mothers to have no donbt about the boys at the front they made of the right and though r they may be innate good ness of them Is ever to the They are fighting the battles of men like she and that is the best proof that they are right at 1 heart son can you not do them in times of peace Denounces the Profiteers The speaker denounced the profiteer as a traitor to his He de nounced the man or organization who opposed conscription once It becamo law and a national The organ ization or men who opposed this 3rd Entrance money J2 from Fiveeighths of a mile 60 J25 3rd Entrance money from Relay race half mile 535 En trance So and S3 deducted from Friday Three minute trot or half raile 1st 130 3rd En trance money 2 deducted from Half mile saddle horse race horses barred 1st 3rd 10 Entrance from win Pony 14 hands 2 inches ana 1st En trance money deducted iroio prize winners Theequarter mile Fronv Oar Own CoiwsiwnJjnt Victoria Mllhng are eectinf a large eleva tor This mates the elevaj tor in The Imperial Oil has erected new oil At the tiros conducted by an interesting and practical lecture was 5ri from The lecture handled the subjert ot and graluerowiug ia a nusterlul The principles laid down In his lecture j were In practical accord long years the iority ot a audience cipresses j ilselt favorable oo a lecture in such lecture must nave hit tho j basic j The plots at the experimental farm are looWus Summer shows a stand that will go 30 Is having a large barn I Ills contractor is Harry Shaffer of I The Ladies Aid of Foremost will j Laid a sale of home cooking and after noon tea at the Sugar Dowl on Satur from 2 to 6 Wlnflcld preaches In Nem iscam school house neit Sunday at 11 and at Sunalta at 3 and Hunt have left for a holiday at the Hlllls Is spending a couple ot weeks at Henley has left for a couple ot months Prosser has returned from Miss Eva Lea has retuTied from Knauss and family have re turned from an eitendcd auto They had a most enjoyable rancher from Is down attending to harvesting oper ations at his farm Joseph Watson moved Into his hand some new home this and Watson are enjoying a visit from Watsons Roberts new house is fast near ing Wright held a sale at Foremost Ho leaves today for should be treated as he 60 2m 525 3rd 15 People were entitled to free speech before the measure became and he had no sympathy with the editorial and others who denounced those who expressed their opinions op Dunham acted as enly ebbut But once It Neison was Fetterly led the big audience is singing of the Reign of Common People Hindley on Saturday even bis spoke upon the Eeign pi Com mon address Sunday even Inj5 being nature of a became those who opposed it were A NOT A Doas your husband enjoy golf I cantsaythat he enjoys it cause he gruffibles so but he ptajs it money from Quarter mile tree for 4 120 Entrance 53 from Chas Mc Lou JAP SHIPS FOR ALLIES Japan ese navy units have joined the allied forces in European the Jap anese naval attache here announced NEW DAYTON SCHOOL REPORT The followins is the report of the senior rooin of New Daytou Consoli dated school for the term end ing June 1917 Grade XI to Grade Elizabeth Rose llarie Grade VIII to Grade Malcolm Joo Walter SebilL John Grade VII to Thelma Grade Via to Grade At Bobert NelsonT lllllus John Hystus Fresh arrivals of new fall goods how await your judgment ami We strongly urge an early inspection anil whether you twne to look or to buy yon are equally NEW SUITS AND NEW UUESSES AND MEW WAISTH AND NECK NEW DRESS GOODS AND NEW FLANNELS AND NEW HOS IERY AND NEW AND NEW FUK NECK MUFFS ANDVUR New Tweed Coats to New Fall Suits to New and Novelty Skirts to New Silk and Serge Dresses to New Crepe and Georgette Waists o i New Tweed and Chinchilla Coat many handsome at to New Duchess 36 inch and NewPoplin Silks All the new shades Finest Taffeta Silk Black and all colors Silk Crepe de Chine All Special NCAV Yetonr New to Waists tO Newest Dainty Neckwear 65c fo Heavy Silk and Silk Hoot Hose 75c to CLARKE New Broadcloth Suitings All New Gaberdine Suitings Lovely range ai New Diagonal Twill All he wanted colors New Granite Dress Goods All Viyella Big variety to clioosc from 85c and THE LADIES STORE Phote 453 612 3rd VII to McDonaldLena Those recommended should write examinations with succeeding teach er J II Plunging head first into a pool of i The page la the Chicago Ptiblic blazing gasoline in tho river t alj school speller which eulogizes Emper William a or Willlarnof will be torn powerful young saved the j out of book when school opens in lives of jnree children In a BUCKING CONTEST use their own horses Purse BASEBALL TOURNAMENT Purse No entrance fee While in Cardston at THE HOTEL SPENCER EVERYTHING CLEAN AND FIRST CLASS CAFE IN OUR ATTENTION POPULAR While at the Fair visit DUCE TOGGERY DEALERS IN AND MENS EXCLUSIVE AGENCY FOR HART AND BELL For Car Accessories LOW i in Ford Cars and Farm Machimry of all Prompt attention given to Cairncross Sons Dealers in John TiidhopeAnderson and Emmerson Case Threshing Dodge Motor SEE U3 Andy ler WILL OfVE YOU THE BEST BARGAINS IN RANCH CARDST0N FAIR August SPORTS PROGRAMME Day Bucking Bucking wilt ae nUged iach Trot or 2 In 3 Mile Running Race open Trot or bett Z In 3 Half Mile RunnlnaRace Second heal Trot or Half Mile Running Race for 3 year olds Second Heat 254 Trot or 1 Mile Running Race Open Half Mile Indian Race No Entrance Fee Cardston Investment OFFICE CAHOON DO YOU WANT LAND SEE US Guaranteed Values and Square Agents for Hudsons Bay and Corpora tion Leading Land and Loan PHONE Second Day Bucking Bucklnj Will Bt Staged Between Each Trot or 2 In 3 Half Mile Boyj Pony Trot or Pace besl 2 In 3 Mile Running Race Open Second Heat Trot or itfkf Stoond Trot or Mile Running Race Open Indian Half No Entrance Entrance fee 10 per of prize Three 16 two to Entries mutt be made to Secretary before 1 on day of Wite or SetfeUry for SPECIAL ON fl Entrlei So Tournament close Augurt 1917 The Bouser Carnival Including Wild Animal Ferris and other be in attendance TJ Cahoon PEOPLES FAIK FAIR Cardston and Glen wood The Cardston Implement LAKGEST WHILE ATTENDING THE FAIR STOP AT The Cahoon Hotel Courteous Good Popular tVUTO LIVERY IN The Old Chief Cafe FQft GOOD EATS CLEANLINESS AND WE AIM TO ;