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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta J lit: LETIini^IDGE DAir>Y HF.RALD PAGE SEVEN LATEST NEWS OF LETHBRIDGE AND THE SURROUNDING DISTRICT Name Days of the Stampede The fllx (lays of tlio l.ctlilirldKc t''air tiud Slampedo havo been iiniuod by llio fnlr board bb follows: Monday, .Jiily 22.-Opening Day. TuoBdny, July 2a.-Knnr.oi-h' Day. Wednesday, ,]uly lit.-Sfatei' Cllfes mid rionoor Day. Thursday,' July 2G.-Clllicns" Day. Wridny, .Inly UG.-TravoUcrB' and notary Day. Saturday, July Ti.-Kathorlne 3lin-Bon Day. I'lonoor Day will hp. one of the bit; days of the fair. ~ .Iiily 21th la nlwaya R lilK day with the people of the Mornian towns whieli are umalgamat-od with LothhrldKO In staging. the fair and stami)�du, and It Is expectod that their celebration this year will (ako the form of a Holld attendance at tlio fair. ArrnngoinentH a'o being nindc tor a flporlal tiraln on WediiPH-ilay evening to lake tlio vi.sltors back to their hnniea. The fair opens two weeks from Monday, and entrloa eloHo on .Monday next. A calendar of the ontrles Is being proparcd. Slauda arc being e.reeled tills year for ihoao who desire to watch the Judging which will bo arranged nccordiiig to a regular program. The Girls' Auxiliary of the I.O.D.lO. BIO making arranKeiiionl� lo provide four ticket sollors and 12 uahera for the grandstand at ouch performance. When you feci that your stomach, tiver or blooS Is out of order, renew iheir health by taking i Lufut Site of �n7 Medicbs in thm Woild. SeM oTorrwiim, 1b bezot, 2Sb and the money rnlacd hi I his way w.ill go to Ihoir fund for the soldlorH at the Frank Snnltarluin. Tho notary (!lnl) has also undertaken to orgniilzn and look after thh day iiursory, tlio omnrKency hospital and the rest rooina. They are now on the look-out for huly asaislantB. 'J'lio fair board held a meeting today nl one o'clock. 25 CARS, WOOL ALREADY MOVED About Half Clip of This District Has Been Shipped Out About 2."i cars of wool have moved out of .'..cthbrldBe dlvlHlon so far this year, repreaontlng about one-half of the dip of tlic members nf the Snntli-crn Alberta Wool GrnworH' Association. .Most of the wool is going forward to Toronto. The wool Is of ex-collont (luality tliis year and top price ia expected. The average Is f.boiit seven pounds per head. Sheep are being shipped in largo numbers to the .fnninier feeding grounds. Yosicrday I!!! ears were loaded and forwarded, 22 cars going from Milk River, while Crest and Coleman loadftd 11 cars here. Most of them wore unloaded at Hill rest. A new movement in llvoatcck was recorded yesterday when 25 carloads of horsGe worn shiiiped from .Many-borrloB to the forest reaervos west of High River. The paature situation tbroiighout Alberta la becoming serious and ranchora are making full use ot tho forest reserves to conserve their homo ranges for winter feeding. One More Pullr-All Together Men CREDITORS' AUCTION SALE Will Be in Full Swing Again TOMORROW SATURDAY, JULY 6th. COMMENCING AT TWO O'Cl^OCK . Greatest Snaps on Earth in Men's Furnishings. FRANK WADDINGTON wUl^be the Executioner Ppor Old Classman's Last Gasp! "FROM FACTORY TO HOME" � CONCLUSIVELY PROVEN:: Mason & Risch Piano-,a sound investment which assures an instrument in keeping with the highest standard for years to.come. The value, durc^lllty and tonal pertoction of the Mason & RIsch Piano "liavo hecn so conclusively proven that thoy are accepted facts. Tho Mason & UtBch Piano is without tt poor. It iB sola to you direct-you buy from tho re^anutncturer, through a "Factory to Homo" plan that currlos you around tho mldiUeman-you save hla expense and profit. Tlhose who have never In-vostigated th? character ot IManoB wo offer in our Rx-change Department, should do so at oiioQ and loai'u of the rmiuu'kablo values tlmt are offered. Today wo have it AVehor Piano used, hut in ex-coUont conUilton, at the In- ,T".':..''*"^.......$208 MASON & RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL 8tOC|owi.=i, Mild. All. 1. 11. I^. MacSwf^in, Denrini;. .'wIiudI ipucb-or. diaalluwod. -'S.''llavkf'r. (llenwood-vllle. farmer; T. J. Horry, Cardston. farnior; W. Wlest, �'Iriivers. farmer; \V. Simpson, Boundary Crot'li. rancher; \V. ii. CaiibcQk. .Mcdicinn Mai, farmer; N. Yanchuk. .Vow Dayton, section fprenvan. N per cent, and to make them eflective from that date. BASEBALL IN LONDON. London, July 5.-King George saw the American army defeated in a hard-fought baieball game yesterday. The opponents of the army team were picked from the American navy, which won by a SOIPROIESION ES Ottawa, July a.-Although a hearing ot western protests against the twen- Ciean to handle. Sold by all Drug* gists, Grocers and General Store*' score of 2 to L Every one of tho nine innings had its thrills for the crowd of more than 18,000 present. Few sporting events since tho war began have aroused so much Interest and discussion In London as today's game. All talk was of the Americans and their ba8eba,U game. -. SIGNS APPROPRIATION BILL. Washington, July 5.-President Wilson has signed the $3,000,000,-000 sundry civil appropriation bill providing for government expenr-cs, including the shipbuilding programrne during the coming year, and'the naval appropriation bill, carrying $1,609,323,000 and authorizing a permanent increaeo of the enlisted personnti to 131,-000 men, with 50,000 additional for the war. Tired eyes cause sickness Because the eyes tire easily, ;ome folks say they are not well. \n most such cases there is eyestrdn Neglected eyestrain is sure to Modiice sickness. Be wise. hlave your eyes examined. '<;iow their exact condition fron in expert; Con'""ltafi"n frcp. J. M. HENDERSON EYE SPECIALIST AT R. A. WRIGHT'S JEWELRY STORE- PROMINENT STRATFORD MAN IS DEAiD, Stratford, Ont, July 5,-Georgft .Mc-Lagan, head ot tho Oenrgo McLagan Furnltiiro Oiwpany and father ot Stratford's beautiful park system, dropped dead at the office of thp company this morning. Ho was ono of tho ipoBt prominent citizens In Stratford, 'being actively connected; with the hoard of trade and patriotic work lu lUo cUy, . � '. � Pan Day Specials IN MEN'S For Week End Selling 10 DOZEN DRESS SHIRTS Cluett, W. G. & R, makes, in soft and stiff cuff, sizes lAVz to 171/2. Regular $1.50 to $2.00. Saturday....... 95c STRAW HAT SALE Take your choice of any Boater or Soft Straw Hat in the house Saturday fit ^^ Off regular prices. Panamas at Regular Price. UNDERWEAR SALE Two piece Balbriggan. Regular 75c and $1. Saturday S.'Sc 15 PAIRS MEN'S OXFORDS The Geo. A. Slater make. Regular $7.50 values. Small sizes only. Saturday.................... $3.95 CLOTHES THAT TOWER ABOVE THE ORDINARY We are showing Clothes that are the production of the world's best tailor shops, and we have these better clothes very attractively priced for week end selling. See them! McKelvie lllg if l^'g McGuire Largest Distributors of Men's Wear in Southern Alberta Kirkham Block tethbridge 3049 B96A ;