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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JULY.G, 1918 THE MVrilBrunCIF, DAILY HEIULD PAGE SEVEN LATEST NEWS OF LETHBRIDGE AND THE SURROUNDING DISTRICT SAYS OWE But This Excuse Did Not Hold With1 Exemption, Other Cases Ml am not a Christian. I am not prepared io die. I. 'don't want lo ttgliL" This rather unusual reason was sir- en by oiio of the applicants (or mill tary exemption whose case was con- sidered yesterday by the local re- vlmv TiiD rcasou was in writing, considered a gem, Xceillesa to stale. It didn't weigh with Ihc racnibers of tho board, 'cases vroro disposed ol yesterday with (he follcm-Iug results: Allowed jni Nov Coals C. H. McN'eely, War lier. farmer; U. Batfvrbee, Chin farmer; C.' A. tamondt faruior; B. Johuson, Vulcan, far jiier; Wm. Gribt, Lomond, farmer; J. L. .Molt, jWJieat Centre, farmer; A Anderson, AldersTHU farmer; D. E Taylor, Bering District, farmer; Palton, WheaI-Centre, farmer; A. D Amethyst, former; A. B Greanman, Tnivcra, fariner; H. G Dinning, Lethbrldge, teamster; A. J HcHovang, Milb, farmer; R. Hobbcr Blad, Amtfttirat, farmer; G, Hanger Badger Lake, farmer; Norman Long Major-yule, farmer; W. S. Lawaon.! Yheiaf Centre, B. MuMahon. >laleli, tarmer; J. Odlaoil. Hosemeade, A> Rounds, Travera, farmer; B> Lomond, farmer; M. f. Hanna, Jxiraontt, farmer; 13. Lar- son, Armstrong, iarmsr; C. Larson, Travers; fermer; H. Travers. far- F. W. Travers, faruier; EdwarUs, Klnuoudale. farmer; U. S. Garta, Viking, farmer; B. O. Marllu, Maiiyberrles, tarmer; L. R Slirumui, Coalflale, fanner; C. I. Man- sen, Lelhbrldge, farmer; T. B. Dick- out, Picture Butle, .farmer; A, H. Wrowu, Medlclae A, Andereon, Aden, fanner; J. Anklll, Pincher Station, farmer; Stephen Williams, Mllo. farmer; I. Coldren. Ujiiiond, farmer; J. Pf Keirap, Raueh- jrllle, farmer; Fred'v more, farmer; li. C. Jackson, fa tutor; A. ,H. Ilannd, lar- meri'.-'R. il.'Blake; fanner; A. Armstrong; Ijompnd, fa John Lomond, farmer. S. J. allowed till .tuly T. GuUUord, rancher, Cardston allowed llll Oct. 1; T; S. Uosseen, Majorvlllo, farmer, .allowed Ull Sept. 1; C. 0. Jamfeson, Implement dealer, Dow Island, disallowed, not to be call- ed tlH Sept. 15; li, Rhodes, lilair- more, miner, allowed till.Oct. 1; J. F. Dugdalc, Bellevue, miner, allowed till Oct. 1. The foil owing were disallowed: D. Coulter, Dimuipre, farmer; Plant e, b'cau, farmer. J. Mahoney, NO DRAFT TorontOj July the Impres- sion hat been created In tome cir- cles that a draft of tigratng sis- ten might have been aboard the Cattle, the hospital ship recently sunk by a German submarine, Col. ]H. '-C. Bickford, G.O.C.-of MIC district, has issued a statement which makes it per- fectly plain that drafts of this na- ture have never yet been sent on any of the .hospital ships which have from .Canadian ports. AT YOUR CALL you' will always find ready this undertaking establishment to uo your bidding on any and ALL MORTUARY "OCCASIONS Proni pt attention .will1 be' fclv.en lo bmbalmt n s, ce mete ry Inter- ment or- shipment; of ,bodies: Bills rendered are always reason- able MacKAY MacKAY Phone 1802 803 3rd Ave. S, Lelhbrldje, Altj. Local Man Says She Disappear- ed in Looking For Her Wllii the local- Two weats ago Monday an n'utoi bito with yellow wheels appeared at the house about folir'o'clock in the afternoon. Since that date his ivife HAS been missing. Ttial ,is the gist of tho slorj told the Herald by A. B. Hardy, Cth Ave. B., one of the night baggagemen of the' request that the Heraid'aid in lug thij nilssing Woman. Chief Hardy given all the Information Mr. Hard> has as 10 his fife's disappearance and the citj police are putting'forth every effort to locate "her. Mr.. Hardy ivaa a for- mer guanl at'the provincial jail here. Mrs Hardy was In the public eye some.- years' ago as: ihp girl: shot by George Southwick on 4th SI S one Sundar Mr has been prosecuting eoarch for the past two nveeks Ibul 'without success and Was now'called on the police'and the press to aid him AND THEN YOU HURRY TO THE DENTIST WHEN you can'no longer endure Ihe maddening ag ony ot toothache, and gen- erally you loso the tooth be cause It Is too far decayed to permit of else but ex- But why wait until your teeth; are ruined: "Do It now" applies more to; tho care of the teeth, than'you Imagine. And ir you have lived in dreart of a dentil operation, cast your fears Dentistry As We Practue It Is a Gentle Art. Drs. Bnmer, Richards Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott Blk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, LETHBRIDQE, AtBERTA l tAI-QfRY EIQHTH AVENUB f. EDMONTON ORI8TALL BLOCK, Thai It will take between 400 and 5UO head ot alack lo Blagc the Lcth bridge stanipedo July K lo wie the itatemeut made al the meeting of the board ot directors on Friday afternoon by Ray Knlglil. who with Ad Is dlrcetly responsible, for the arrange- ments. Two hundred and Jilly COT.-J and calves will bo needed for ihe branding coiileils alone. Tilts eveul Is oua Of tho ouUlandlng numbers of Iho stampede program, and whc seo Ihe compclltlon one day will wanl to sr-e U every day. It Is a Oil ot Hie high life ot liie cow camp Iransterrei) lo the city for Ihe amusement.of the visitors. To see a roper an A his crew of brandore rope, bring lo Ihe fire brand. 25 calves III II minutes ani 19 seconds Is the exhibition of spew (hat Is worlli going a Jong way !o se? As for broiiCB. Knight and Day claim. iey have roughest aggregation t double-twisting bad aclors ever rough! togelher at one point. They; re coining from Hroofcs, Vulcan, om Uaymond and Iron! Medicine al wilL a few Epecinlly picked from ther parts. Mr. Knlghl gave an idea ow bad these equtnes are at the icetlng when he salfl .at a'prl- ale nslilbltlon In Ilaymond when the cst of (he worst w'era being picked roni tho Knight Sugar band of 500, tke Hastings, winner of the shield last year's stampede, thrown igh, wide and handsome on'lwo oc- asions, and "he was pulling alt (he ealher he could al.the lime. Well Advertised. Hepbrls from members of the orale la that the fair and stampede re well advertised, and 4 monster rowd ts expected. On Pioneer uly It is exnecled lliat thi nayors of Ihe Ihree south towns lylll eclaro civic holidays. Cardaton has Iready'done, so, and the wholfi town s coming up, according lo G. C. Ca- oon. A special hag been arranged lo ake Ihe crowd back iato- at night, eaving Kothbrldge .at. 11 o'clock. The rearrangemerfis of .the corrals o thai'all Ihe eveirts.could be staged n thearaeli directly in front of the randstand will cost ,in about 2000 anu tills, expenditure is alilhor- zed. The.whole stampede will cost vithln ?10f> of An o.xpendl ure ot a further the groupds of fair purpose was authorized. So ar has been spenti Tho re d Etcllou has-L'een conslderablj ncreagecl. The directors present at the meet D. H..Bingham of.Magrath, D. King and ot Ray- mond, Messrs. J. md Duce ttl Cardston, and Messrs. Knight, Hamilton, Hrymner 'reeman, Whitney, McNlcol, Long, D.'King, J.McD.-Davidson, Moore and Falrfleld ol Uthbridge o A Lift, When Yon It Is what many of us look- Ing tor, and what oar work In TIRE REPAIRING rcdlly does W4 lo make prompt when you neel tho neat sbrvlce when you wanl ft v Try patronizing tas (or AUTOMOBILE TIRE' Lethbridge Tire and Repair Station F, B, McKlnnon, 306 Sixth Street S. A Iff. 4M "SERVICE THAT SATISFIES" Judgment for Ihe plaintiff for 5150 aud cosls has been handed down by Judge Jaeksoii in the cafe of Hit-key vs. Ihe City of LelhbrWge, a suit tor damages'arislng out of an accidenl Ip the plaintiff In.which the nlalnllfl slipped oil an icy sidewalk. In giviug Judgment, Judge Jackson said: In tlils ci-sc I find lint the plainlUf ised all reasonable care when walk ng on sidewalk .when he was in jured." The real cause of the accidenl was the fact that Ice had gathered on Ihe sidewalk, from the drippings of an awning halfwaj across ttie sidewalk.' This awning Is permanent awning made of corru jated Iron. The city stood b> aud permitted this-.'awning lo bo placed over a sidewalk in the princl jal business porlloni of tiie city or a permit ivas granted for same. In either case, I think tho defendant is unit a is Nitlle Greta McLean Dragged by in !i Hospital A raosl regretlable accident occurr- ed yesterday in Ihe clly wbtcii result- ed !ti Ihe death of tirela McLean, aged years. The child was out ptokettiiig horeo when In some manner she Trapped ihe chain around her hand, and the horee boited. drugging her a long distance. She was rushed to the hospital but did not survive tho In- juries received. Greta was the daugk- ler ot Mrs. Louise McLean. 211 20th Street north, and was very popular among her many friends. She was a member of the MethodiBt Sunday school. About a year ago her father Mr. Archie McLean, an old-timer ol the city died. The remains are at present at Fetterly's parlors. Th9 funeral notices l appear later. I.ieut. J. H. Carson, of Medicine Hat, who went overseas with the 175th Uattatiaii, has died of wounds. FUNERAL OF LAIE The funeral services of the lale Les- lie Seaman, beloved M-lfe ot Mr. Geo. Seaman, took place yesterday after- noon Irom the residence, 614 oth Ave. south, A very large number, of peo- were in attendance to pay their respects to the deceaiod who had many friends In the city.' Rev. 0. L. Curtis conducted the 'se'r'rlce and spoke very feelingly, taking his text from the word of Solomon, "A good name IE better than precious oil and the day of death, than the day of one's birth." He. they gathered In the shadow ot.the greatest sorrow from the view point ot those who'are left, but there la greatest hope for the one from thfl vleiTitoint of God's Word to man. Death brings all to a keener sense of duly to our. fellow Is shown In the floral cunlrlbulions, the friends who have gathered for this occasion, and ihe words of coratorl; He said that Sister Seaman a good uame by the testimony of her husbaud, the the church whji'li was a member and tho coui'munU'y in lived. Death eaiu to her but all who aro lett should bo of tervEco to the Master while here. Tlicre were many beautiful floral tributes fGllo'A'a: and family and Geo. Alex- ander, pillow; auu Mrs. A. J. Boss, anchor; Mr. anil Mrs. Cleary, cross; the order of Railroad Conduc- tors. Gates Ajar; members of ladifis aEd of rhriatiati church, wreath; sprays from Mr, ubd Mrs. J. Walwbrk, Mr. and Mrs. J. Scott. Mr. ar.d Mrs. (5. Kerr, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Little, Mr. R. Tarry. Mr. aud Mrs. A, AUpiu, Mr. and Mrs. 11. Burgess, Mr. and Mrs. R, Scott, M rs Brown :in J Mrs. Fltmeraore. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Huff, Mr. and Mrs. A. Neidte. Mrs. Seaman had been ill for a long time, and having lost Loth her sun and daughter, had never fully recover- ed from the shock of the death of tho latter which took place about a year ago. Mrs. Seauian was 64 years of age, and though born In Ohiciwaa an old-timer In LethbrEclge. having lived here for 27 years. She was an inter- ested attendant at (he ladles aid of the Christian church anrt a memher oJ that church. Mr. Seaman alone Sur- vives her and has the' sympathy vot many friends in hts sad Mrs. T. Luce of Conrad. Montana; sister of Mr. Seaman was in the city to attend the funeral.' liable in permitting this awning to be placed where it was. Ice was not formed ori the sidewalk in the nat- ural course of events. H the awning had'oipt been there the ice would not have formed as It did. G. F. Harris tor plaintiff, W. S. Ball for the city. Svcno PlUll today'slate that }-ard' Kvans, of Dedibrirlge nas been Eucceesful in passing the examina- tions ;for Royal Mili- tary College al'Kingslon. lie is IS years. o( age, a ltd jls- pTans, Ekvenlh'ftreeU He'has been ttctUe In "several Vnzes at the celebration last Mondav, and il fine sample of hts patriotic splr It was given in liis'action in return- the Veterans for their fund, the amount, of.his prizes'. One Taber Man Had Over Order There is a difference o[ opinion as .0 whether the Dominion government isued an requiring ers market all their wheat before a certain date. inspeotor Piper ot tho A.Pip.' contends thai such an-.order las been passed. claim lhal the order was not mnde to exlend'to .he farmers, but applied only, to the elevatom and Mills, but that the far- mers were the patriotic ground of the allied need, to market ot 1017 whea! However, Inspeclpr Piper slafes that the 'A.P.I'. >t Taber 'have not been orer-active In forcing ?he t.arm. crs lo 'market their, grain. Instance an InVea'tlKafion was made nnd son had 17.004 bushels of old wheat, they had tiol marketed. They did market aboul bushels and aro holding the re- mainder tor seed next But con- slderine the crop conditions'Inspector er claims that his men en this viilon are doins nothing lo'force a'hy larhiur iu niarket any .surplus crop he hna. There however, 9V mstijr iUffcrcnt govcrnmenl thai mis- lakes are easily inve'sttgfc lion of Ihe Tabor report published by Iho Herald )esterda> 1< belie mtde by fnspeclor Pfper. i' TRY EIProdactoPeHectolSc El Pioducto Invincible, La Flor de Englo, 2 for 2Sc. La Fraosa Perfecto lOc WHOLESALE RePRBSENfATiVE R. W. WALUCE, LTD. THE ARCADE, LETHBRIDGE Mail Tol, a'celestial has been doing six monlhs al jail here for stealing n pig al Grassy jaIt this morning and was fillll at largo at noon. Tol would have been a frea roan in, any event on .fuly when lite tliflo was up, an'il ho was not Under very closo.-watcli, to just walked nvtar lie thought' lo bo lieading towards Sorlh Win- bridge. Tho cMy and provincial lico notified and Jsll are Installing a vigorous seafch Tho (ormiirly op- erated a small frticfc dear Grjpsy Lake is Ihoughl to be SKghtr? iltmedlcit I Erery Modern Devke to produce bcllrr anil therofore cheaper jvork Is used in .our proflucltoh of monuments. Wo .uinploy both 'tha -trained and tljc most .modern products .of liumtin Ingemilly In our work. Su wi HIC to execute the most elaborate or tho simplest memorial. Lethbridge Monumental R, Cl-o? Ati 3 I5c. CIGAR frnljc, a NOBLEMEN among cigars. Have you smokea one lately? A rich, fragrant, satisfy- ing smoke, Kindly to the nerves and mild and Uniform in quality. S. Davis Sons Limited MONTREAL. 407 I THE McLEAN TRANSFER EMPLOY OUR QUICK RELIABLE SERVICE OUR BIG FURNITURE VAN AND AUTO.VAN INSURES CAREFUL HANDLINGrWITH NO JARRINQ .OR SCRATCHING YOUR PIANO OR FURNITURE CHARGES REASONABLE. d 313 SIXTH STREET SOUTH' ,HY MAMA PUYS MY CLOTHES AT HOME "AND A LITTLE CHILD LEAD THEM" Ark values in our community shrinking) Is oilr neigHrioring town' getting ahead faster than ours? Are we making a {wot1 bargain? Have we cause to wish we had done differently) Then this old familiar picture (one of the best known in may sfart us thinking on the right track, Home are bound to shrink, if lour pdfejf of trading We only heed bor- row the wisdom'of a child to appreciate the of trading at Home, Pafron- ize the Home Merchant, 4_ ;