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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 1018 THE LEfHOniDOE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN LATEST NEWS OF LETHBRIDGE AND THE SURROUNDING DISTRICT Katherine Girl Coming Here There were umlles on the face of manager of the amal gamated this morning when The Herald representative called at his of fice In Gait And the reason had just received word that Miss Katherine the wonderful girl would stage an exhibition In Lethbridge on the last day of the This popu lar little lady and her machine lion been a general favorite at Calgary nnd Edmonton during the past two and the news that she will per form at the Lethbridge fair and stam pede Is bound to draw a crowd ot thousands for the last day of the big In addition to Miss received Alex Sloan and his string of racing daredevils would be here with their speed wagons to the motorists of Sunny South ern Alberta a line of speed on a dirt Four of the best of them will be The auto together Sttnsons exhibition will make the closing day of the one of the best of the Com ing on top of this the big stampede which Will occupy the foiir preceding days of the the adveht of the rpeedsters of he air and dirt track will mean one more day crammed full of Shaping Up Everything Is shaping up well for the Moore tlslted the Cal gary exhibition on Monday and Tues day is assured that many of the Urgent stock exhibitors will be here with the aristocrats of the fourfoot ed The platform attractions billed for LetHbrldge are of the And word from Calgary and In tervening points IB that Lethbridge Is to be tbe favored city this Thousands who heretofore have al ways visited the Calgary fair are coming to The stampede Is the big And if the vis itors could see the grounds and cor and sec the arrangements which are being made to stage a stampede within n few feet of the grand stand they would be more determined than evefr to visit Lethbridge during the week of July ARE DECORATED July recent investi tures in London and at the King conferred decorations on Canadians as stated Distinguished Service Major Canadian Military Mack Canadian Canadian Infantry Can adian Mounted attached Royal Air Force Engineers and and Canadian Cana dian Military Augustus Infantry Ambrose Mad Chaplain Captain Joseph Hour1 infantry John Captain Machine Guns Captain John Mc Mounted Captain infantry Captain Sin Captain Charles Wil infantry cav alry infantry Major George Tho following have been awarded the Distinguished Conduct except where otherwise Bay Pearson Cavalry Engineers Artillery Mounted Rifles Railways Smith Stev ens Stone 10394SI Walah Engineers Artillery WJnnebeck 171703 Nurses Decorated July Saskatchewan Quebec Strathconas havi been gazetted to the Royal Fly ing The King today invested with the Distinguished Service Order Major Robert Infantry Royal Red Cross Matrons Bessie Elizabeth Irene Jessie Jean and Nurses MHda Allison Dicklson and Minnie PEOPLE LE1HBRIDGE CITY This Would Indicate a Popula tion of About SUFFERING CATS GIVE THIS MAN THE GOLD MEDAL Let fplks step on your feet here after wear shoes a size smaller if you for corns will never again electric sparks of pain through according to this Cincinnati He says that a few drops of a drug called applied directly upon aching instantly re lieves anL soon the entire root and lifts right This drug is a sticky other com but dries at1 once and simply shrivels up the corn without Inflam ing or even irritating the surrounding II Is claimed that a quarter of an ource of freezone obtained at any drug will cost very little but Is suffi cient to remove every hard or soft corn or callus from ones Cut this eopecially if you are a woman reader who wears high That Lethbrldges population is showing no signs of decrease is well established by the registration fig ures made public today by chief registrar for the Leth bridge who with his hae just completed a complla tlpn of the registration in The show males registered on June 22nd and making a total of people over the age of 16 years in the In addition to those there are known to be about school children In Lethbridge under while it ic estimated there are about more under school Using these figures for purposes of the population of the city is This does not take ac count of the large number out of the city on the day of so the last police census of may be considered to be very near the proper Porter and his staff will now commence compiling the figures for outside utter which a compila tion for the whole constituency will be At the last Dominion election about voters cast their ballots in the ALBERTA TEACHERS Wan in WellNourished Condi to Its Evidently abandoned by Its a healthy baby boy of about two weeks of age was found on Wednesday afternoon north of the trades by two Httlo Tommy Me Cormack and Tommy as they were on their way from the business district to their homen on 12th Street The two boys carried their precious package to 1 fire hall to report to Chief and it was taken In and cared for by Hardy until the chief He had the child re moved to the Childrens The spot where the child wfcs found was a father deserted place between the overhead bridge approach and the Y on tbo north side of the used for turning passenger The boys were going home be tween five and six when they heard a sound Issuing from what appeared to be a pile of They thought it might be a at and In they found a baby clean and but clothed only in a Over the childs head was a cardboard while over all waa turned a sheet of There was not a mark or a name on the body or clothing to denote the name of the and Chief Hardy is quite certain that it was a deliberate at tempt to abandon the Not Long That the child could not have been abandoned for more than two hours is the opinion of the His theory is that the mother arrived on one of the early afternoon trains from out of crossed the overhead bridge and picked out a deserted leav Ing her baby and then leaving on one of the later trains for her This le Just a theory but color is lent it by the belief that no one living in Lethbridge would attempt to aban don a baby in the city in broad day No attempt was made to make away with the There were no marks of violence on Its it appeared welf cared its little body being powdered and It was also well for though the chief found Hardy feeding It milk from a spoon when he the body showed no signs of emacia The little fellow has a dark The chief Is Instituting a vigorous search for the mother of the Child desertion is a but had it not been that the baby was picked up during the warm it would very likely have been found dead this following the cold rain last evening and the chill of the in which case a more serious charge would have been preferred against the unknown NE or the tnoit popular brands mads by the Canadian Chewing Gum Company of the fldtlme and presentday purchaeed every day by more people than any other confection on the American ADAM Pure Chewing Oum Punil fftfintrf Flatfrtd Prominently diipUpol In itorn Alia ADAMS arlflnil TUTTI FRUTTl OUM Art and Bert got from 9 to 11 gallons per We also drilled one for Pettings 3 miles which gave 14 gallons per and many We are now drilling 9 miles south of Grassy Will most likely finish is the fore man on that We are organ izing a company to build and operate this style of well We have our patterns all made and one ma chine has been cast off and is almost We will manufacture them in Medicine Hat and the name we have chosen will be the Alberta Deep Well Our men drillers were drtlleVs of long standing in South Da Our machine which is working South of GrassylLake was Imported from South We expect to en gage in the well business on a large scale and will work from 500 to 1500 feet The Welle we are drilling are cased pff with 2 inch standard pipe given good I lookitor great develop ments in the welrscusiness if this awful war is settled and wages of men become normalVttgain as well as material which makes construction al moat prohibitive If you should hold another conference I would be glad to NATIONALIZE July important Industrial enterprlsea within the jurisdiction of the have been nationaliied by a de cree of the Soviet Government according to a Runian official dispatch received here by LIGHT rains were reported in nearly every part of the three prairie provinces during fie last fortyeight houra and the fore cast indicates fair and cool weather for today and SASKATCHEWAN July army cas ualty list today contains the name of William severely LEMON JUICE TAKES OFF TAN Girls Make bleaching lotion if skin is tanned qr freckled Squeeze the juice of two lemons Into a bottle containing three ounces of Orchard shake and you have a quarter pint of the boat sunburn and tun and complex Ion at very small Your grocer has the lemons and any drug store or toilet counter will sup ply three ounces of Orchard White tar a few Massage this sweetly fra grant lotion into tha arms and hands each day and see how wlutlburn and tan disappear and how soft and white the skin Yea It July step has been taken in the consolidation of the teachers organizations ot this pro vince by the formal Incorporation last week of The Teachers Alliance of the Province of Thoee named as the first directors of the new incorporation are George Mis president M or den vicepresident John gen eral of the city of Edmonton Miss Coutts of the city of A general aim of the Teachers Al liance is to awist in giving the pro fession a permanence which it has not heretofore had In this and to thereby benefit the cause of Several committees will be at work during the next fortnight with a View to formulating tome definite proposals which it la expected will be made to the department before the next meeting ot A meeting of the is called for July at Alberta College CONSPIRACY July conspir acy at Warsaw againit the Pollth Regency Council In which many leaders of the Pollth party are hat bean dleepvered by the authorities according to Vienna dispatch The news of the reported conspiracy Is published in tha which says it wai direct ad against the Central Within a radius of six miles In a district about 12 miles south of Grassy six wells have been drilled within the past year in the artesian all bringing in A number more are now being The difficulty that portion of Southern Alberta always had in se curing a water supply appears to have been Further details of drilling for well water southeast of the city are con tained in a letter to the Board of Trade from Medicine Hat well on receiptof a copy of the water conference He says We have drilled In all IS wells in the Foremost country and all flowed but one which is 100 feefc higher than The well which we drilled for Wheatley ys mile west of Forerooot ohowed a pressure of 17 That would indicate that were within 34 feet of the top of the ar tesian We also drilled one for ho village of Foremost which gave about the same amount of water as Wheatleys well which waa 5 gallons per As you go south and southeast of Foremost the country gets higher and you get the artealan sand and water but you have to pump the Two wells south of Fore most Just ran aver not enough to supply in urgent time but they can be pumped very easily on account of water standing so near the drilled two wells 9 miles west of one for which flowed one gallon per The most of our operations were ucroes the coulee north of Foremost ami northeast and Our first well in that district was started on September 1917 for We also drilled for his nelgh Being Prepared is the main thing before you take your car out for a long The work we do in VULCANIZING is considered the best and will last as long the GIVE US A Lethbridge Tire and Repair Station f Proprietor 305 Sixth Street Phone 495 SERVICE THAT SATISFIES AIRMAN Camp July Royal Air in train ing was killed thin moroiig as the result of an airplane MfJdent lite next of kin is WOMANS STATEMENT WILL HELP LETHBRIDGE I hated cooking because whatever I uto gpve me sour and a bloated 1 drank hot water and olivo oij by the Nothing helped until I tried simple buckthorn as mixed In Because it flushes the ENTIRE bowel tract completely Adlerka relieves ANY CASE BOUT gas or con stipation and prevents The INSTANT action Is Hlglnbottmm drug Southern Alberta Amalgamated Fair and Stampede AT ALBERTA JULY 22nd to 1918 SOUTHERN ALBERTAS BIGGEST HOLIDAY EDUCATION AND ENTERTAINMENT FOR SOMETHING DOING EVERY MINUTE LIVE STOCK POULTRY INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY DEMONSTRATIONS CHILD WELFARE STAMPEDE PLATFORM HORSE MIDWAY GOVERNMENT WOOL AND EGG Resarvsd Seats now on Applications for will alto Gait Prize List on Entries Clow July Lethbridge AUCTION SALE of USED IIIITOMOBILES AT FRANK WADDINGTONS ROOMS On FRIDAY Next AT THE FOLLOWING CARS WILL BE OFFERED 1 Ford 1917 1 Overland Touring 1913 1 Ford 1917 with convertible truck 1 Ford 1916 1 Chevrolet 1917 model Cars will be parked in front of Waddingtons Auction Rooms on Friday morning at 9 Intending buyers are invited to inspect and try out any car from that time up to time of FRANK AUCTIONEER AUCTION SALE OF FURNITURE On Next AT OCLOCK AT WADDINGTONS AUCTION ROOMS Including VERY HANDSOME DINING SUITE In quarter cut comprising set of dining chain all arm extending dining table and Massive Buffet large sized chest of drawers a pair of grass chairs Edison STANDARD PHONOGRAPH with cab inet of records oak dressers with stands handsome brass complete with springs and felt mattress Singer Drop Head Sewing Machine 7 flat top office desk baby buggy 5PIECE SET in Al order brand new REX never Wen used and priced at kitchen table kitchen chairs and many other TERMS CASH PHONES WADDINGTON SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE AUTO REPAIR SHOP We have opened a garage and repair shop at the old Palace Livery Stand and are ready to do all of auto We are mechanics who understand the business having had of recently with the Ford Oarage of this We guarantee thorough and completely satisfactory THE PALACE GARAGE AND REPAIR SHOP COOK C OKCK 3M SECOND MS ;