Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MONDAY, AUGUST 13.1917 WAR IS GREAT LEVELLER-H1NDLEY ^(COKTINPED fHOM FRONT I'aOB) He declared tlio railways should pay pro rata tux on their propnrtiea to help pay tlio cost of thn war. Ho forecasted the new imprrinl federation when strong men from the colonies will sit in the councils "f (lie empire, in peace as they have in war. To the l)!llnf,uallst and the reliRien-1st after the war, we will say to them. "Hands off the public schools." Speaking of prohibition, the- speaker expressed his pleasure that the movement had had its s from '2nd, $3 from ,'Ird prlae winners. Kgp race. 100 yards, 4 eggs, one prize $2.r>. Entrance money ton per cent, of purse. Free-for-all, three-eighths of a mile, 1st. JiiO; 2nd, $25; T.rd, $15. Entrance money $10, $5, $3 from wtnnors. Ono mile handicap, 1st, $75; 2nd, $35; 3rd, $15. Entrance money $10, $5. 53 from prize winners. Pony race, half mile, 1+ hands and under, 1st $30: 2nd. $15; 3rd, $5. Entrance money $5. ?3. $2, from winners. Thursday Harness race 2.20 pace, mile heats best two In three, 1st $fi0; 2nd, $25: 3rd, $15. Entrance money $10, $5, $3 from winners. Quarter mile saddle horse (race horses barred), 1st $30; 2nd, $15; 3rd $6. Entrance money $5, $3, $2 from winners. Five-eighths of a mile handicap, 1st. $pii; 2nd. $25; 3rd $15. Entrance money $10. $5, $3 from winners. Relay race (bareback), 3 horses, hal? mile each, 1st. $35: 2nd, $15. Entrance money, $5 and $3 deducted from winners. Friday Three minute trot or pace, half mile heats, 1st $30; 2nd. $15, 3rd $5. Entrance money $5, $3, $2 deducted from winners. Half mile saddle horse (race horses barred) 1st $25; 2nd, $15, 3rd $10. Entrance money, $5, $3, $2 from winners. Pony race, 1-1 hands 2 Inches and under. 1st $30, 2nd. $15; 3rd. $5. Entrance money deducted from prize winners $5, $3, $2. Thee-quarter mile handicap, 1st, $60; 2nd. $25; 3rd, $15. Entrance money $10, $5, $3. from winners. Quarter mile free for all, 1st, $45; 2nd, $20; 3rd, $10. Entrance money, $10, $5, $3 from winners. Judges-Levi Harker, Chas Mc-Carty, Lou Bonnell. Starter-D. H. Bingham. JAP SHIPS FOR ALLIES London, Aug. 11.-Additional Japanese navy units/ have joined the allied forces in European waters, the Japanese naval attache here announced today. FIFTH ElMOR FOR FOREMOST (From Our Own Correspondent) Foremost,. Aug. 12-The Victoria Milling Co. nro erecting a largo elevator here. This makes the fifth elevator in Foremost. The Imperial Oil Co. has erected a now oil shed. At the experimental farm conducted by T. 11. Prankish, an interesting and practical lecture was given by Mr. Irwin, from Lcthbridge. The lecturor handled the subject of grains and grain-growing In a masterful manner. The principles laid down in his lecture were In practical accord with long years of cxperi-.Mice. When tlio majority of n fnrmor audience expresses itself favorable, on n lecture In agriculture, such lecture must have hit the basic spots. The plots at tho experimental farm are looking well. Summer fallow shows a stand that will go 30 bushels. Mr. Prankish is having a largo barn built. His contractor is Harry Shaffer of Foremost. The Ladies' Aid of Foremost will hold a sale of home cooking and afternoon tea at the Sugar Bowl on Saturday, Aug. 18th, from 2 to f> o'clock. Rev. Mr. Wlnfleld preaches in Nem-iscam school house next Sunday at 11 a.m., and at Sunalta at 3 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hunt havo left for a holiday at tho coast. Mr. Hillis is spending a couple of weeks at Banff. Mrs. Henley has left for a couple of months' holidays. Mr. ProBser has returned from Banff. Miss Eva Lee has returned from Lcthbridge. Wm. Knauss nnd family have returned from an extended auto trip! They had a most enjoyable time. G. Fulton, rancher from Lundbreck, is down attending to harvesting operations at his farm here. Joseph Watson moved into his handsome new home this week. Mr. and Mrs. Watson are enjoying a visit from Mr. Watson's mother. G. Robert's new house is fast near-ing completion. Mr. Wright held a sale at Foremost Tuesday the 7th. He leaves today for Hamilton, Ont. NEW DAYTON SCHOOL REPORT The following is the report of the senior room of New Dayton Consolidated school No. 5, for the term "ending June 30th, 1917: Grade XI to Grade XII-Goldie Elizabeth Cress, Rose Marie Sehill. Grade VIII to Grade IX-Reva Cress, Malcolm McCalm, Joe Schill, Walter Sehill, John Whitesell. Grade VII to VIII-Sidney White-sell, J. G. Morrison, Thelma Atkins. Grade Via to Grade VIb-Edna Atkins, Robert Nelson, llillus Slater, John Boss, Hystus Kaulf, Francis Special SttractionsL^Stampeile Week Fresh arrivals of new fall goods how await your judgment and approval. Wc strongly urge an early inspection and whether you come to' look or to buy you are equally welcome. NEW SUITS AND COATS. NEW DRESSES AND SKIRTS, NEW WAISTS AND NECK-WEAK, NEW DRESS GOODS AND SILKS, NEW FLANNELS AND FLANNELETTE, NEW HOSIERY AND (iLOVES, NEW CORSETS AND UNDERWEAR. NEW FUR NECK PIECES, MUFFS AND FUR COATS...... Xew Tweed Coats #25.00 to Stf.OO New Fall Suits $27.50 to $45.00 New Serge and Novelty Skirts $5.00 to $20.00 New Silk and Serge Dresses $12.50 to $27.50 ' New Crepe and Georgette Waists $3.75 to $10.50 New Tweed and Chinchilla Coating, many handsome lines, at $2.75 to $3.50 New Duchess Silk, 30 inch $1.75, $2.00 and $2.25 New Poplin Silks All the new shades .... $1.75 Finest Taffeta Silk Black and all colors____$2.00 Silk Crepe de Chine All colors. Special____$1.50 New Velour Coats $25.00 to $12.50 New 'Flush Coats $35.00 to $50.00 New Voile Waists -$1.4S to $5.00 Newest Dainty Neckwear 05c to $2.50 Heavy Silk and Silk Boot Hose 75c to $2.50 New Broadcloth Suitings All colors. Special ... New Gaberdine Suitings Lovely range of colors. $2.75 New Diagonal Twill All the wanted colors ... $1.40 New Granite Dress Goods All Colors. At........$1.50 Viyella Flannels. Big variety to choose from . . . 85c and !)0c $3.00 CLARKE & CO. j& THE LADIES* STORE Phone 453 - 612 3rd Ave. S. Boyd. Recommended VII to VIII-Mariani McDonald, Lena Morrical. Those recommended should write Plunging head first into a pool of blazing gasoline in tho river at i Brldgeboro, N.J., William Landls, a examinations with succeeding teach- Powerful youfig swimmer, saved the er. J. H. Fitchett, toacher. lives of tnree children in a launch. Tho page in tho Chicago Public school speller which eulogizes Emperor William of Germany, will bo torn out of the book when school opens in September. BUCKING CONTEST Riders use their own horses Purse $125 BASEBALL TOURNAMENT Purse $200. No entrance fee While in Cardston stop at THE HOTEL SPENCER EVERYTHING CLEAN AND SANITARY. FIRST CLASS CAFE IN CONNECTION. OUR MOTTO-PROMPT ATTENTION; POPULAR PRICE8. A. 4. STODDARD, PROP. I While at the Fair visit DUCE BROS.' TOGGERY PEALERS IN BOOTS, SHOES, CLOTHES AND MEN'S FURNISHINGS. EXCLUSIVE AGENCY FOR HART AND BELL SHOES. For Car Accessories CARDSTON FAIR August 20-21,1917 SPORTS PROGRAMME First Day Bucking (Bucking will be staged between :ach event). 1st. 2nd. 2.18 Trot or Pace, best 2 in 3................................. $100.00 $25.00 % Mile Running Race (open)...............----............. 35.00 15.00 2.24 Trot or Pace, best 2 In 3.................. ----. ...... 100.00 25.00 Half Mile Running Race (open).............................. 50.00 25.00 Second heat 2.18 Trot or Pace. Half Mile Running Race for 3 year olds ...... ,V............... 15.00 10.00 Second Heat 2.24 Trot or Pace. 1 Mile Running Race (Open) ..................,............... 100.00 25.00 Half Mile Indian Race (No Extrance Fee)..................... 10.00 5.00 The Bouser Carnival Co. Including Wild Animal Shows, Midway, Merry-Go-Round, Ferris Wheel, and other attractions will be in attendance Cahoon Bros. Ltd. THE PEOPLE'S STORE. FAIR PRICES. FAIR TREATMENT. Cardston and Glenwood The see OXLEY & LOW Dealers in Ford Cars and Farm Machinery of all kinds. Prompt attention given to all. Cardston Investment Co. OFFICE CAHOON BLOCK. DO YOU WANT LAND! SEE US FOR Guaranteed Values and Square Deals. Agents for R. R-, Hudson's Bay and Corporation Lands. Leading Insurance, Land and Loan Agency. PHONE 92. Cardston Implement Co. Ltd. SOUTHERN ALBERTA'S LARGEST HARDWARE STORES. Cairncross & Sons Dealers in John Deere, Tudhope-Anderson and Emmerson Machinery. Case Threshing Machines. Dodge Bros. Motor Cars. SEE US FIRST. / Andy Heppler WILL GIVE YOU THE BEST BARGAINS IN RANCH PROPERTY. A. M. HEPPLER, CARDSTON, ALT A. Second Day Bucking (Bucking Will Be Staged Between Each Event.) 1�t. 2nd. 2.18 Trot or Pace, best 2 in 3................................. $100.00 $25-00 Half M�e Boy's Pony Race................................... 16-�� 10-�� 2.24 Trot or Pace (best 2 in 3) ............................... 100-00 25.00 Half Mils Running Race (Open) ............... ............. fi0.00 25.00 Second Hsat 2.18 Trot or Pace. I 'Uke Race............................................. 10-00 5.00 Seoond Heat 2.24 Trot or Pace. * I Mils Running Race (Open) .................................. ' 100.00 25.00 Indian Race, Half Mile. (No Entrance Fee)..................... 10 00 ' 6-�� Entrance fee 10 par cent, of prize money. Three to enter, two to start. Entries must be made to Secretary before 1 p.m. on day of races. Write or phone Secretary for reservations. SPECIAL RATES ON C. P. R. Entries to Baseball Tournament close Monday, August 13th, 1917. C. B. CHEESIMAN, Chairman. 8. M. PRATT, Secretary. WHILE ATTENDING THE FAIR STOP AT The Cahoon Hotel Courteous Treatment. Good Rooms. Popular Prices. AUTO LIVERY IN CONNECTION. O. 8. BROWN, PROP. The Old Chief Gaf e FOR GOOD EATS PURITY, CLEANLINES8 AND SERVICE. WE AIM TO PLEASE. C. L. HEPPLER, PROP.