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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETTIBRTDGE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, JULY 3, 191? 3b: fcetbbrifege fjeralfc letbbrtfcfle, Hlbeita f 9 A I LY AND WEEK LY Subscription Rates: Daily, delivered, 'per week......10 Daily, delivered per year ......$.">.00 Dally, by mall, per year.........51.00 Weekly, by mail, per year......$1.50 Weekly, by mall, per year to U.S..5-.00 1232 1224 fair form of taxation, because ft do>?s not take away from a man what ho really I needs. Rut It must he borne In mind j that if you have too severe an In -1 come tax yon do impair the liquid \ capital of the community which i.- yard dash.- 1st, George Young; 2nd, Slophcn Vane-lcnak. Hoys' under 10, 7.r. yards dash-1st, J. Watson; 2nd, M. Swcndlsh. Old .Man's Unco, fin yards.-1st, Mr. Harris; 2nd, Mr. Kairhurst. High Jump-1st, George Young, a ft. I In., silver cup donated by D. 11. Klton; 2nd, Percy Irwin, 5 ft. II In. Half Mile Foot Race-1st, r>. O. David, silver cup, donated by A. J. Ulackburne: 2nd, G. if. Parsons. Ladles' Race-1st. Miss VaBelenak; 2nd, Miss M. Piscoo :!-mllo Motor Cycle Race-1st, Q. Miseaolln, bronze cup, donated by Shepherd, Dnnlop and Hice; 2nd, Al, Prodlchlok, searchlight, donated by Uiiullm Auto Co. 120 yds. Hurdles-1st, Marcus Dunsworth; 2nd, Wynyard Kvans. 100 yds. Dash, Open- 1st, Loon Dunsworth, time 10 '.''>, silver cup donated by W. S. Hull; 2nd, Marcus Dunsworth. 20 yds. Race-1st, Leon Dunsworth, silver cup, donated by C. H. Rownmn; 2nd, Marcus Dunsworth. Broad .lump-1st, .Marcus Dunsworth; 2nd, Leon Dunsworth. While space would scarcely permit tho publication of the names of the very many workers who aided in ninking tho day a success, it is only fair to publish thu names of tho committees who have chnrgo of tho events, and a word of praise for their efforts, a� woll as those of Messrs. Ritchio and. Blackbitrno, tho hardworking secretary and treasurer respectively. Tho committees woro as follows: Sports-Trades & Labor Council, (A. K. Kilmer.) Baseball-E, Downing. Dancing Pavilion-Great War Veterans' Assn., (F. W. R. Downer). Sldo Shows-Big Brothers' Class, Knox Church, (N. Higinbotham). Children's Nursery- Big Sisters' Church, (.Miss L. Canadians ginally. with whom he served ori- Dr. J. C. Biddle, surgeon-in-chief of the State Hospital at Fountain mile, finishing with a sprint that resembled something more like a ICO yard dash rather than a distance run As tho mop contest failed to call forth any entries it was called off, Springs, Pennsylvania, took a five-inch | This was probably duo to tho fact ON JULY 4TH Warner, July 2.-Preparations for tho big July 4th demonstration nro well ..under way and everything is pointing to a record crowd, arrangements to taku care of which nro in tho hands of a strong committee. Thero is a shortage of gasoline in town, but the local garages are making arrangements to take care of tho business by having a good stock brought in for tho hplldayg. Tho horse races are going to be a fcuttiro, there bolng several entries, and good racing should result. MRS. WILSON SIGNS PLEDGE Washington, Juno 80.-Mrs, Wood-row Wilson today signed the woman's pledge to assist the food administration by practicing economy in the homo and assisting in conserving tho food supply for a successful conduct of tho war. Virtually all of the big packers cf the United States have approved plans, piece of bone from the shin of fl-year-; that the. most of the people were unsanctioned by the government, to pro- ] old Klirabeth Haley, of Tottsville. and j acquainted with the nature of the tect owes anil ewe lambs from slaugh-1 Planted it in her spinal column, to, competition. ter, for th" purpose of increasing the ' replace a diseased bone. The opera- The prizes, which wore of splendid supply of wool. I tlon will relieve the gir! from being a value, were presented to the winners _ ] lifelong cripple. I at the close of the sports by His j Ing to explain the people's will was j wheat from abroad this year, and Mr Tho Bank of Montreal has rejected application of the city authorities of Montreal for a loan of one million dollars, which application was made after the bank had offered the city a loan of ?500,nnn. The Canadian Associated Pre??; understands that a prohibition has been issued against Canadian soldiers in the British rifles entering boxing competitions for monye prizes after August 1. Class, Ivnfjx Young). Fortune Telling-Mrs. Ashton and Mrs. .las. Horn. Kxhibit of Red Cross Work-Mrs. Stoltze and Mrs. Hicks. Grand Stand-Malcolm Young. Fans and Novelties-Ladies' Aid Church of Latter Day Saints, (Mrs. D. 11. Elton). Tea, Coffeo and Sandwiches-Hcd Cross Society, (Mrs. G. H. Harmon). Fruit and Candy, etc.-Major Jack tinsa Chapter, I.O.D.K. Popcorn, Gum and Peanuts, etc.- St. Patrick's Ladles' Aid, (Mrs. .loo Tcnnaut). Ice Cream-Alexander Gait Chapter I. O. !>. K. Cigars and Cigarettes INSURE NOW You cannot afford to flambl*. We have always received fair settlements promptly from the company we are representing. Alberta Securities Balmoral Block Lethbrldge THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE positively sickening. Here are a few of the gems hurled in the faces of the electors of the province last Wednesday : t Crown Prince: "Vater, dit you hear der news?" Kaiser: "Vat 1st?" Crown Prince: "Ve capture Saskatchewan complete." Kaiser: "Goot, dot vill offset Mes-Blnes." It is to be observed that the Liberal party, which professes to be progressive, secured its largest majorities where they knew least about the English language. Moose Jaw did not let the old flag fall. Regina returned Premier Martin by nearly 900 majority. Still, what could be expected of Germantown? j Great is the power of the German- i Canadian Alliance in Saskatchewan. The Conservatives nibbled a little bit at the Hindenburg line, but like the British, they were unable to break through. Hon. Charles Alphonse von Dunning got the usual large Liberal majority In the Gravelbourg and Bayard polls. Any section of the press that will prostitute itself to the party fetish is not worthy of recognition by the public, and the Moose Jaw News will learn as much before it gets very far on the way to journalistic famo. Its very apparent endeavor in this case is so obviously misleading and dis-g-.tstiu* as to utterly discredit it. A few more exponents like the News of the art of waving the old flag for party purposes will probably result Jn Western Conservatives steering clear of that form of political exercise in the future. Of course, if that is the News' purpose, it has done much towards accomplishing it. W. J. Black, Canadian commissioner of agriculture, estimates that the United States and Canada may not be able to supply more than 200 million bushels. Tho supplies from Carlyle Blackwell of New York. Is a Romeo in reel life, hut not in real life. Justice Ford ordered him to pay , ?110 a week alimonv to Mrs. Ruth possibility of getting j Hartman Blackwell and ?1,000 counsel other countries, such! feoK she Js slljn3 for a separation Argentina, j charging cruelty. as Australia, India and would seem to be remote Canada has an abundance of fertile! At their Baltimore convention the land, and there are also possibly hun-! Federation of American Zionists have �dreds of thousands of Canadian citi- j pledged half a milion dollar fund to zens at present engaged on less essen- equip an industrial army to go to Pal-tial, but more profitable, work. The cstjne and p' epare the way for its oc-right way to increase production is to I ,.,pation bv Zionists, make it more profitable to engage in ( - farming in Canada. This can be help-1 Instructions have been given in ed by taking the taxes off farm im-jpranoc t0 forbid the sale at, retail of SIR EDMUND WALKER. C.V.O., LL.D.. D.C.L.. President H. V. F. JONES. Ass'tGen'l. Mincer IP&JOHN AIRD, General Manager ,. BROWN. Sco't of Central Western Cranchei Capital Paid Up, $15,000,000 i Reserve Fund, . $13,500,000 .uiu i.miiniinis - Girls of j Alexander Cult Chapter I. O. P. 10. Purchasing Coinmiitoe-It. .1. Patterson. Temperance Drinks-.1. N. Ritchie. Pony Contest-H. .1. Smith. Klectric Ijlght Committee- Mr. Freeman. Punlicity Committee-W R. Coc