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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 4, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JULY 4, 19t7 THE LETHHRIDGE DAIT/V HERALD PAGE FIVE. Used Cars SHORT PRICES FOR QUICK SALES. FORD. 1914 Model In good running order .......... 9200.00 FORD, 1017 model, hai had very little uee .............. $400.00 OVERLAND, nearly new. $700.00. Speak today to snva wiehing tomorrow. Motor Sales Limited "The Home of the Dodge Car" I. AT LAST ACTS TO FIX UP FAIR NONE LOST Paris, Juno 30.-Not a man was lout during the transfer of the American forces to France and there wus not. oven a caso of serious illness, said Major-General Porshlng on his return to his headquarters today after a quick trip to the pott of debarkation. "The men landed in splendid morale, with keen, confident and eager spirit," he said. "Their physical appearance Is truly inspiring. Thoy are exceptionally well camped and cared for,1' , A NEWT SMART MODEL T O O K E COLLAR 20c. each, 3 for 50c. TOOKK BROS. LIMITED Maker* Montreal For Sale CARY 8AFE, Inside dimensions 19x27x16. 8 FT. 3TANQING DESK. SINGLE DRAY. All in first class condition. Disappointing delays on the part of the government in the work of restoring the fair bulldingn, at Henderson Park to their former state resulted In Mayor Hardlc wiring W. A. Buchanan, M.P., at. Ottawa, as follows: "When government took over Agricultural Buildings It undertook to restore thorn to Former condition. Government Engineers have looked over buildings and sent strong recommendations to government to do the work. Cannot understand delay. Wo need buildings for fair and other purposes. Please try to get the government to have work done at once. "W. D. L. Hardie, Mayor." Mr. Buchanan wired today ns follows : "Department assures me money for their share of work will ho voted in day or two and work undertaken Immediately following. Officials here have made recommendation. All required is formality voting money. "W. A. Buchanan." It is estimated that the work of restoration will cost between five and ten thousand dollars. RAYMOND I From The Loader.) Tho first, loss from hall thin year was reported l>y Delos Lund, who slates '.lint, the storm of Tuesday beat down life crop considerably. At Well-lug \\. hailed quite hunt too. Chickons and geese were killed by tho strength of It. lluildinK operations continue brink. Holmes, barns ,'iix! granaries are being put up In every part of town. Paul, the five y�ar old son of .lohn Hon/iigor, of Welling, passed i;vay Monday morning, lie died from the effects of scarlet fever. The little child of Ted Gourlay, died at the family residence lust Sunday. The Interment was in Temple Mill cemetery. SECOND DAY EVENTS Phone 1384 P. O. Box 53S 1(>M> KING EDWARD TRANSFER and AUTO LIVERY Offlcc Phone 052 Residence phone 1341 DRAYING Phones 1345 or 1356 Turner & Witchell Office at Kennedy's 410 13th St DRAYING Of AH Kinds WesternTransferCo. Limited Office-C. P. R. Freight S'.iedt PHONES Office ____,...... 1163 Stables .......... 1064 BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY Lethbrldge, Alberta We know the country thor ouahly. We have had the experience. -It is paid for. TRY US. Phone 1200 Hemm's Auto Liver} 24 Hour Gervlce Capable Drivers Phone 1312 Dallas Hotel The Auto Livery A BIO 7PA8SENGER CAR STAND: PALACE CONFECTIONERY, PHONE 668 "Meet Ms at the Palace" (From Our Own Correspondent) Pincher Crook, July 3.-The second day of tho celebration easily excelled that of the first. The weather was again very favorable and the crowd steadily gathered at the fair grounds from shortly after 1 o'clock anil with everything in first claBS order tho races got off to n good start and tint Agents Say FRENCH STEAMER SUNK. ,has boon Mink as the result of ah' Paris. July !. -The French stearner ' explosion in the Mediterranean. One) Himalaya, of the .',!"ss.i:;erie;i Alari- , hundred and seventy-nix persons! ' times, with 211 i passnuKPrn and crew, i w raved. AT THE h.MIMirlSS Jerry's Mrilllniil Scheme :ii the Km-press tonight. Jerry is thrown from Hi" premise:; by father and the cnitnt, when he comes to call on Tiny, and realizing tintt. persuasion has little effect upon father, who Insists that his daughter marry the count, he decides upon ilil feient tactics. lie hires four ruffii'ins who 'kidnap father nnd take him In a desiTli'd shack-where father still under the influence of chloroform, is deprived of Ms clothing and Tim, one of the nilliaiiH, makes up to represent him, and is taken by Jerry and the rullians back to Tilly's home. There ho Imbibes freely and is sent to b"d by Tlny's mother, who never suspect;-, I lie deception. GREAT CELEBRATION AT FOREMOST (From Our Own Correspondent) Foremost July 3.-All roads led to Foremost yesterday and a more perfect day could not have been aBkcd. People commenced to arrive as early as 5 a.m. and from that time it was a steady stream. The hearty cordiality shown by the Foremost people to their visitors and their efforts to cun-tribute to their comfort was very marked. The committee consisted of A. .1. Donahoe, president, Jack Gillis, H. S. Beatty, IT. A. Wiltse. Joe Wats and R. A. G'llis. Their untiring efforts to make the day a success was very noticeable and the people of Foremost should extend to them a vote of thanks for tho work and time they have given to make the day a grand celebration. Sports Events The sporting pi-eiits ononed under the direction of J. M. Hillis with a baseball game between Lucky Strike and Kt?ikom in which the score was 14 to 2 In favor of Lucky Strike In the noxt game Foremost defeated Uuidett 13 to 9 and In the evening Lucky Strike played the winners, being defeated G to 1. Tho relay race was a clean and exciting event between Foremost and Etzikom. Foremost winning. The Foremost team consisted of Howard Leslie, Andy Yerx, Robert Sharp, Cap Hardl-ker, Herbert Strong and Paul Mld-iturst. The running high jump first prize was won by H. Packard, making 5ft. Gin.; second. Andy Yerx. In tho pole vault Andy Yerx took first prize, making 8ft. 3in.. on his pump; second went to J. Emmert. The. entries tor tho quarter mile pony race, were as follows:. Rex Far-rell on Nowhere; Lacquer on Stut; Berg on Lady, and Al Cameron on Dolly Blue. Rex. Farrell taking first and John Lacquer second, Half milo dash was won by Royal Signet being grandly ridden by Al Cameron. Tho 100 yard dash had eight starters. First was takon by Charlie Patching; second by Andy Yerx. In tho boys' race of 00 yards 14 yours and under tho first wns won by Clarence Hallihan and John Hallihan was second. In tho girls' race of 50 yards, 12 years and under first was won by Mablo Thorpe, second by Pearl Sires, and third by Greta Muiheral. This was a very close race the first two ctosb-Ing tho lluo almost together. The shot put was won bv Fred Schnnol, 34 ft. 11 in., second by J, Koynolds, :i3ft. Gin. In the 120 yard hurdle Andy Yerx took first nnd second went, to R. W. Henderson. The hop. stop and jump was taken by Joe Emmert and Andy Yerx second. Running long jump. Joe Emmert first and Jim Emmert second. In the free for all running race for farmers' horses tho entries were:! Prince owned by H. Becker: Danger, owned by T. C. Peg and Smoke, owned by T. Goin. Smoke taking first and Danger second. These events were followed by a bucking contest on both horses and mules. Two picked teams gave a fine and instructive exhibition f lacrosse, a game that very few people knew anything about In the west and it prave a great deal of pleasure to all. Foremost winning 7 to 3. The Ladles' Red Cror.s bad a very successful tag day and very few escaped being tagged, realizing about $300 for tlio fund. Mrs. Dr. Campbell, Mrs. Gillis. Mrs. J. A. Gillis. Miss Mc-Intire, Mrs. Bergman, Mrs. Black, Mrs, Beattie, Mrs. Schinnour doing the tagging. Over four hundred autos were driven Into town and at one time over two hundred lined the half milo track, a sight one does not very often see. The committee have done an immense amount of work in making the half mile track and fencingjn the grounds, together with building tho immense agricultural building. 100x30, where tho dance was held; music being furnished by Ober'i; orc.lic.3tra. AT THE ORI'HEUM "IDLE WIVES" DEFENDS THE SAC-REDNESS OF THE AMERICAN HOME "Idle Wives" the t'niversal sociological drama which conies to the Or-pJiouni on Thursday is built up about the sacredness of the homo. James Oppenhelm wrote the novel which was produced at I'niversal City by Lois Weber and IMiillips Smalley. "Idle Wives" a powerful film sermon. It was Judge Swann who said in one of his articles before he became New York attorney, that discontent wrecks more lives than whiskey or the devil. He drew his lesson from tho pathetic grist constantly pouring through ihe busy hoppers of the divorce mill, and fie same lesson is taught in James Oppenheim's novel vhHh was used for the. powerful film play, "Idle Wives," which comes to the Orpheum theatre tomorrow, Friday and Saturday. A cloth wrung out in very hot water and applied often will remove discoloration from bruised flesh. The sense of refreshing cleanliness that follows the use of a real scalp prophylactic, is comforting1 in tiie extreme as^HERPICIDE^ Applications nt the better barber shops Cuarnntced by Tho Hcrpicklc Co. Sold Everywhere SPECIAL AGENTS-J. D. HIGIN-BOTHAM & CO., LTD. On Lot nigkts when you can't sleep -Shake Men- nen's Borated Talcum generously between the sheets. Get back into bed-Yawn-sigh- Then wake up refreshed in the morning. HAIL INSURANCE Yon can't afford to entry your own risk. The companies we represent can afford to carry it for you, because HAIL INSURANCE Is their business. Insure today. H.GALVIN Room 7, McDonald Block Phone 1425. Lethbridgc, Alberta The original and genuine treat- jj ment for chronic diseases of women and nervous complaints. 8end for free cony of "Universal Guide to Health." MRS. WM. FRANCIS, c!o. Mrs. H. S. Wilton, 102 1st 8t. W., Calnary. SOT. OI N(\ MacNEIL OF THE CANADIANS Says Dr. Cassell's Tablets Cured His Dyspepsia Completely. Edmonton Exhibition July 9 to 14. SINGLE FARE For the Round Trip TO EDMONTON From all stations In Alberta and Saskatchewan. Tickets on Sale July 7 to 14. 'Return Limit July 15, 1917. Full information from any CANADIAN PACIFIC TICKET AGENT R. DAWSON District Passenger Agent Calgary, Alta. Ad. X. MS *� la I -" in AT STARLAND TONIGHT AND TOMORROW. 1ILM SPECIAL ATTRACTION TONIGHT AND TOMORROW LEWIS J. SELZNICK Presents The Beautiful Emotional Star NORMA TALMADGE IN "THE LAW OF COMPENSATION" Duet-"Barcarole," from "The Tales of Hoffman"-By Request ADMISSION-MATINEES 20c AND 5c. EVENINGS 25c AND 15c ORPHEUM Three Days Starting Tomorrow Matinee The screen drama that safeguards the sanctity of the home. ..ny,'^kit.>. WAIT FOR the photo drama of Truth, of life as it i3 lived by the very rich and the very poor! Of the evil of idle live3 and the evils of discontent. From the Novct by James Optcnhcim. Produced by the famous Lois Weber and Phillips Smalley, and presented by a brilliant cast of Universal players. A play that every man and woman should sec. Coming Boon at this theatre.. Direct from the Maxlne Elliott Theatre, New York. The play that astonished all New York. The play that lifts the curtains on society's glass houses. Prices, Evenings, Adults 50c, Children 25o. Prices,. Matinees, Adults 35c, Children 15o - Sergeant Duncan MacNeil of the Canadian Expeditionary Force, writing from Europe (his home address is 110 Pleasant street, Halifax, N.S.) says: "For six years I Buffered from frequont attacks of dyspepsia, often being in bed for days at a time. When tho war broko out I joined the Kxpod-ltlonary Force and came to England. I had not been long there, however, when my old trouble returned, and I had to go to the hospital. While in hospital a friend told mo of IJr Cns-Bell's Tablets, and I decided to try thom. The first box brought such pronounced relief that I continued tho treatment. To make a long story short, a coiuploto cure was effected." A free sample of Dr. Cassell's Tablets will be sent to you on receipt of fj cents for mailing, and packing. Ad-dress: Harold F. Ritchie & Co., Ltd., '0 McCaul 8trset, Toronto. Dr. Cassell's Tablets are tho surest home remedy for Dyspepsia, Kidnoy Trouble, Sleoplessness, Anaomia, Mervous Ailments, Norve Paralysis, Palpitation and Weakness in Children. Specially valuablo for nursing mothers and during the critical periods of life. Sold by druggists and storekeepers throughout Canada. Prices: One tube, 50 cents; six tubes for the price of five. Beware of Imitations said to contain hypophosphltes. The composition of Dr. Cassell's Tablets is known only to the proprietors, and no imitations can ever he the same. Sola Proprietors: Dr. Cassell's Co., Ltd.. Manchester, Eno> AUCTION SALE OF SHORT HORN CATTLE AT RAYMOND on Saturday, July 7th At Two p.m. The following cattle will be sold to the highest bidder. 4 good milch cows. 5 range cows with calf by their side. 1 3-year old steer. 4 2-year old steers. 2 1-year old heifers. TERMS CASH CHAS. BUHLER, Owner W. L. WILSON Farm Sale and Live Stock Auctioneer, Lethbridgc 172-1 i I SI I S! Important Auction Sale WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS S. O. E. BUILDING-TENTH STREET SOUTH ON FRIDAY NEXT JULY 6th AT TWO P.M. FRANK WADIHNGTON Instructed by tho officers of the CHINOOK CLUB will sell by Public Auction and without reserve a surplus quantity of high class F U R N 1 T IT R E Not required In change of premises, including splendid solid leather seated easy chairs, solid oak frames; massive solid oak rockers; solid oak dining'chairs, leather seated;' solid oak tables; BED ROOM FURNITURE, Including oak dressers and stands, single and full size lirass mounted hods complete with springs and mattresses; carpet squares; quantity of office furniture; solid oak office chairs and tnulcs; UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER; brasa bed complete with coil Bprltig and felt mattresses.; large kitchen range, tiled back ami side; gnu cooking stove; CABINET SINGER SEWING MACHINE; kitchenette and many other smaller items. The Auctioneer calls special attention to this sale. All the furniture being high claas and In splendid condition. On view Thursday aven-Ing 7.30 to 9.30. TERMS CASH PHONES 770-469 PPRESC JL| TONIGHT \J Prices , . 10c-ISc THAT GREAT FAVORITE ^'n"rTtiB Gentle Intruder' Five Acta. Also 2-Reel L-KQ Omajl), a 0l� Scream and the L�ta�t ^MtU^ ;