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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta fAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD AUGUST 1917 ROYAL YEAST Bread baklxl with longer UUM ttwt with any w fit a fun Jiut DUDE IN CANADA EWGILLETT COMPANY 1JMITED MtTSTJipca MQNTg G1RGBPRESS BEENMIEN BYCJ1 Lemieux Says Fads Wont le Likely Conies Today that the press of CanntJa been aud would not tell the people the facts iu regard to the mat Job Some Good Exhibits Seen At Annual Magtitli Fair irrvnl Our Own fair vas hold here oil Krlday attil Saturday but wilh 10 many condi tions going against il the attendance was not as largo as So many nf the farmers are Imsy In the grain having cut ling the lalter part o the Ftiday a gooJ ralu storni passed bier the commencing about It rained heavily and mado ttio roads too muddy for cars aud uo sports held on Friday and very few ladies would good IKf chiol winners Miss Deu ulk H Tdecookfug dcnnriment wns first class but toe exhibits limiteil to Most ot tie prizes wtre won ly Poulsei sud The chil drens cooWne was prizes ueing won bv Hariny Hose Olive Hodgo anil This is one section of the fair which need never be a failure it tho plan to di vide the house toaigat on George Grahams amendment to the sec ond readme ol the Canadian Northern railway bill calling tor foreclosure pro did not the de bate was continued until people attended the On Satur day the weather was ideal Bud a good wy crowd attended iu the in the abscnce otlwaeu a good line ot races was pulled Kobcrt replying to They were few but very good question by Rotlolphe Lemfeux in the commons tliis said that BrydonJack had been ap pointed superintending engineer of the public works department for Mani Saskatchewan and at a salary of a The he was not recommended by the civil service coniuussloii or ihe reason that the commission liasi Saddle horse Jlra Harker no jurisdiction in tho the post 9 The horse races resulted as Team and wagon Har ker Half mile Lund Halt thorough breds Kinsey Hoys pony Kinsev Fred belonging to the outside civil Frank Oliver read the tele gram sent to fie prime minister aoi nimself by the nonpartisau league of Alberta protesting the action of the board of grain supervisors iu prohibiting tue export of wheat of last years crop to the United The league also objected to the fUuig of a maximum price on wheat unless the tie adjournment was moved by I price of bacon and other articles Bennett of and the house The debate uiH be pro ceeded with on Thursday and the vote Apart from MMdleboro of North and of South both of whom approved the proposed action of the govern the speeches were ail made by opposition MacDon aid said that the government should tell the house who is to get the mon ey to be paid for the stock to be pur The he should consider whether the government bo justified in paving out mil lions for something that could be se1 It was considered best that he should cared for Rodolpte Mac kenzie and McCrea all maintain ed that under the legislation of 3911 the government can lake possession of the Canadian railway as Eoon as there is default in regard to the payment ot interest on the guaran teed and that the payment of anything for the stock Is not neces who spoke late to that the winthewar meetings being held throughout the country are being presided overby pledgees and bondholders of the Can adian Northern These patri ots he were holding war meel ings in order to divert attention from the Canadian Northern railway pro Lemieni also asserted is also Oliver also referred to the fact that I cash Tvheat is quoted Winnipeg at while Minneapolis and Duluth quota tions are from to In view 01 tLese figures he asked If it was the intention of the government to main tain the maximum jjrice for wheat and continue to prohibit its Sir George Foster said id reply that the prime minister had referred the telagram quoted by Oliver to his department The matter referred to under consideration and he in the course of a short make a statement in regard to the matter i do IMPORTANT CONFLICT British Front in France and Bel by the erable numbers of German prisoners are beginning to arrive in the col lection The new Rritish front has been es tahllshed on a triangular line like a pair of shears points are Co the north and south cf In the first stages of the fighting tbe Canadians met with comparatively small hut as they pushed the Lens environs the defense ol the Germans WTjatever t the battle already has taken a place in list of the most import ant conflicts in the war through the capture of Hill Auto Dresler 3Joan Fool SIsonson Tho exhibits in the stock were as good as Magrath being noted for her good horses and this part of tho fair was up to iiost of the prizes In the Percheron class were won by Lcvl Harker and The chlet winner la the Clyde class was Edward Frizes for the shires were won chieflr by The light breeds were won chiefly by Kinsey acd Lund of Bingham carried oft several prizes iu the driving Saddle horses were won by Jim Har Binghatu and The grades classes were divided be tween Hodges and The chief winners in the cattle de partment were Prydo and In the sheep depart ment the chlet exhibitors were Bradshaw Mul drurn some Tery good sheep were shown In all The poultry de partment was exceptionally good this the priie winners were Wood Men Ririe and Grain Classes In the grains and grasses very few entries were made as also in tho vege this being due to lair being held so early and the season being The chief winners in the veget able classes were Levi Wm Palmer and the veget ables shown were The cut flowers were indeed beau entries were made In every class and they were all very pretty The prizes were won mostly by Sari Poulsea and Lcvi The preser fruits and pickles were few hut of must not oul mentioning made by Amos She carried off all first prizes in this sec1 In the ladies work add home mami acturo tho exhibits were good but not up to Iho standard ol some pre vious The wort of Miss CMp all took first It all being A 1 work other prizo wlnuers were Sarah Sler Rich and while Baxter was chief winner in knitting and Wood its Red Cross The chiUrens work was sewing by littles Alice Delois Bennlon and Vade Tbe boys work was also some good carpentering and carving being exhibited by Lolaver Meldrum and Springer Toe school work was very work being done by every grade in tbe public Tha Ladies Aid had charge of the Ked Cross lunch rooms ou Friday and Saturdajafternoon In ttie Heath ershaw About 5100 was taken In and nearly all of this will bo the expenses being very nearly all of the refreshments being donated by the The officers xvlsh to thank all who helped and donated so The affair was managed by A of Magralh people at tended the rcgiilar quarterly confer held in Raymond on Saturday and nled by his and lierg of Medlciuo suent Iho weekciuV hero tiie uuests ot aad of s vlsitlug her Among tho passengers on tho excursion train which arrived here ou night were the Misses Allia and Idell Jeuseu and Roy Jen of Utah Farren aui aud Mark Olseu and Norma of Salt Cooks mother aud Kro sisters of auij many 1 Jared Mercer has returned home after spending the summer with her parents In yuite a heavy hall storm passed ith on mage put forth an Wei tho country south cf Magrat ivo thisdepartment withFriday sonic dai ing he delicious candy to the In Ma stam Wednesday was a holiday grath so people could alien pede fn en James Stacey and of are visiting the JormerV Woolley hasTeturned home after spending some in Salt and Mark of SaJ are visiting OIsens par Fay Cook to after attending school In Utah for ths past the music department of the Utah is spending a few days with his slstei ProfJobnsoi expects to leave In a few where he will visit before return ing Our oW Roy former Ir of Macrath tint nowof Rfchmoud is for a few weeks looking afterMs he Is FKpyr PAOI Tlio shooting from a car was lone from a Huvck Butch Semel also did some butt dogging from tho but owing o the steers deslro to icep out ot it took a lialf mile run 10 accomplish life The Judges The Judges of the events are of Medicine Charlie Fur of Let It and TCJC whocame here to take part in the events but was unable to do so owing o a broken collarbone received three or four days s The stampede was i3 largest and nost pretentious ever staged many farmers are har and cannot take in the lut the crowds arc Tho mid way Is a fine aud with the dance in the main building fa the amuse me at Is furnished crowd from noon till The1 Raymond second ward is cater ing to a large number in their booth tinder the grand oul the citys eat tag facilities very con siderablyThere M no charge from any quarter that the crowd is being held up for what It buys in the A Suggestion If there is any criticism whatever to offer it is that the announcing has riot been and the crowd does hot always know who is H Ms could be overcome the inter fist the crowd would be held much rnore The managers of the EtampeOc are trying a different scheme announcing the events dew this will no be u pjeai benefit to the spec V v LIKE SVftE OTHERS Houseflys warned that1 a Cop ermluo brought from the uouth of tho Coppermluc river bv he yatrol to testify gainst Stmilslak aud Who vro belcg tried for the murder of to Oblate Pore leoiix and Pore was the tar witness t morning mcrober of the same village ss the accused Koeba detailed lo eveuls leailfng tip to tJie filing of arrival in the illage during the winlef of 1U3 and heir departure some flays That vas the last lute they were seen a fuH bopaed and a special officer o the best known and used talcum In the an Eskimo named Kormlk at Dem artl In the Dolphin and acted as ond before Union Straits on March transmitting questions to Koeha Kn route to Bernard Harbor in Ihelr ilaccd him under oalh with tho folhunt for the ho police vlslt owiug words cd Bevcral Eskimo and fin Whatever you speak you speak j aj a Vlc Dont speak will two torla encountered tho who was taken into cus Constable Wigat later In strucled to the neighborhood court that thfs oath was considered for traces of the mi5Sfng and binding was in findtag Father The docs not look unj RouvSeres sled frag Ilko a with small beard and vnetits of clothing aud tho jaw of a straight black hair reaching to the jhumaif ten miles above Bloody Identified photographs of I Three empty cartridge shells the two priests and also recognized jof lie same calibre as the rifle found Inspector La loformed daughter of mine of tbt and now end jot mashed an old 3iloi views of the cabin formerly occupied by lie remembered when they were With much difficulty Koeha com puted the number of winters that had passed since the counting on his making circling motions that Indicated the passing of lie saiil the priests had a muzzle loading gun and two Al cali bre Winchesters with them wlien at I the mouth of the and later Identified a rifle produced in court as tho property as one ot tlie j I To the question Did you erer see the accused wiih this replied that he hod seen Uluksuk the oilier nccusefi trade the anbfter Eskimo named fpr oitf gun of similar Before the court adjourned at admitted he had not seen any Eskimos follow the priests when set out along tho Jamieson eitUIsdthat stains on a piece oj Roman submitted hint for weroc human blood stains and Con stable r BfaceVoIthe BWore je purchased the Garment from in the Eskimo were picked up at Bloody The constable then relumed to Great Hear Lake to the Mounted Police base mid did not ECO tho prisoners again until tho mile trip to Edmonton was com HAY Wanted A few loads at the follow ing prices N01 T1MOTHY ALFALFA 1 MIXED Farm Products 201 SHERLOCK Phone BUCKING CONTEST Riders tise their own horses Purse BASEBALL TOURNAMENT Purse No entrance fee While in Cardston stop at THE HOTEL SPENCER EVERYTHING CLEAN AND FIRST CLASS CAFE IN OUR ATTENTION POPULAR While at the Fair visit DUCE TOGGERY DEALERS IN CLOTHES AND MENS EXCLUSIVE AGENCY FOR HART AND BELL i For Car Accessories QXLEY LOW Dealers in Ford Cars and Farm Machinery of all Prompt attention given to Cairncross Sons in John TiulliopeAndcrson ami liirimersoh Case Threshing Dodge Motor SEE US Andy Heppler BEST BARGAINS IN RANCH August M7 SPORTS PROGRAMME First Day Bucking Bucking will be staged between iach Trot or 2 in Mile Running Race Troi or best 2 In Half Mile Running Race open Second heat Trot or l Half Mile Running Race for 3 year olds Second Heat Trot or 1 Mile Running Race Open Half Mile Indian Race No Extranet g Cardston Investment OFFICE CAHOON DO YOU WANT LAND SEE US FOR x Guaranteed Values and Square AftervU for Hudsons Bay and Corpora tion Leading Land and Loan PHONE Second Pay Bucking Bucking Will Be Staged Between Each Trot or best 2 In Haff Mile Boys Pony or Pace best 2 in 3 Half Mile Running Race Second Heat Trot or Stake Race Second HeAt Trot or Mile Running Race Open Indian Half No Entrance moo I fee 10 per of prfze Three to rwo fo Entrlet mult be mads lo Secretary before 1 ori of or phone Secretary lor Entrlei to Bx SPECIAL RATES ON fnt The Bouser Carnival Including Wild Animal Ferris and other attractions will be in attendance Cahoon THE PEOPLES FAIR FAIR Cardston and The Cardston Implement SOUTHERN ALISEKTAS LARGEST HARDWARE WHILE ATTENDING THE FAIR STOP AT Tfie Gahoon Hotel Courteous Good Popular AUTO LIVERY IN The Old Chief Cafe FOR GOOD EATS CLEANLINESS AMD WE AIM TO PROP ;