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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY THE DAILY HERALD PAOE SEVEN LATEST NEWS OF LETHBRIDGE AND THE SURROUNDING DISTRICT N01 READY TO DIE SAYS DRAFTEE But This Excuse Did Not Hold With Exemption Board Other Cases urn not ft 1 am not tretJttrert to I dont want to Thli rather unusual reason was glv Cn by otto of the applicants for mili tary exemption whose caso wag Sldered yesterday by the local re view The reason was In nnd was a Needless fro It dMnt weigh with the members of the Fiftyfive cairns were disposed of yesterday with the following results Allowed Nov fftfttidr War farmer farmer farmer far mer farmer Wheat farmer farmer Deerlng farmer Dal Wheat farmer farmer farmer teamster farmer Hobbsr farmer Badger farmer Norman AT YOUR CALL you will always find ready this undertaking establishment to do your bidding on any and ALL MORTUARY OCCASIONS Prompt attention willbe given to cemetery Inter ment or shipment of Bills rendered are always reason MacKAY MacKAY Phone 1802 803 3rd farmer Wheat fafmer farmer farmer farmer HA farmer farmer Lar farmer farmer farmer f far mer farmer farmer farmer farmer R farmer Han farmer Dick Pictufo farmer Medicine farmer Finisher farmer Stephen farmer Keif ftanch farmer Fred Eyre farmer farmer far mer farmer farmer John allowed till July 15 allowed till 1 jtlloWed till 1 Implement Bow not to be call ed till 16 Blair allowed till 1 allowed till The following were disallowed farmer farmer NEVER CAME Local Man Says She Disappear ed in Looking For Her Two weeks ago Monday an automo bile with yellow wheels appeared at tho house about fouroclock In the Since that date his wife has been That the gist of the story told the Herald by 6th one of the night baggagemen of the with the request that the Herald aid in local ing the missing Chief Hardy has aleo been given all the Information Hardy as to his wifes disappearance and the city police are putting forth every effort to locate Hardy was a for mer guard at the provincial jail Hardy was in the public some years ago as the girl shot by George Southwlck on 4th one Sunday Hardy has been prosecuting avigorous search for the past two weeks but without success and has now called on the police and the press to aid AND THEN YOU HURRY TO THE DENTIST WHEN you can no longer endure the maddening ag ony ot and gen erally you lose the tooth be cause It is too far decayed to permit of anything else but ex But why wait until your teeth are Do it now applies more to the care of the teeth than you And it you have lived in dread of a dental cast your fears Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Richards Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott 4 Doors from Lethbridge ALBERTA CALGARY EIGHTH AVENUE EDMONTON CRIBTALL A Lift When You Need It Is what many of ui are look ing and tbata what our work In TIRE REPAIRING really We are ready to make prompt repaJrg when you need the beat service when you want Try patronizing us or AUTOMOBILE Lethbridge Tire tnd Repair Station i Proprietor 309 Sixth Strut SERVICE THAT SATISFIES NEED 400 HEAD OF STOCK FOR DIG AMALGAMATED Thai It will take between 400 and 00 head of slock to stage the Leth brldge stampede July 22 to 27 wan the statement made at the meeting of the board of directors on Friday afternoon by Ray who with Ad Day is directly responsible for the arrange Two hundred and and calves will be needed for the branding contests This event IB ono at the outstanding numbers of the stampede and thofle who see the competition one day will want to see It every It Is a bit of the high life of the cow camp transferred to the city for the the To see a roper and his crew of branders bring to the fire ami brand 26 calves in 11 minutes and 19 seconds Is the exhibition of speed that is worth going a long way to As for Knight and Day claim they have the roughest aggregation of doubletwisting bad actors ever brought together at one They are coming from from from Raymond and from Medicine Hat with a few specially picked from other Knight gave an Idea how bad these eqntnes are at the meetlng when he said at a pri vate exhibition in Raymond when the best the worst were being picked from the Knight Sugar band of Mike winner of the shield at last years was thrown wide and handsome on two oc and lie was pulling all the leather he could the Well Reports from members of the direc torate fa that the fair and stampede are well and monster crowd Is On Pioneer July It Is expected that the mayors of the three south towns will declare civic Cardston has already done and the whole town is coming according to Ca A special has been arranged to take the crowd back late at leaving Lethbridge at 11 The rearrangements of the corrals so that all the events could be staged on the track directly in front of the grandstand will cost in all about and this expenditure is author The whole stampede will cost within of An expendi ture of a further on the grounds for fair purposes was So far has been spenti served has been considerably The directors present at the meet ing were Bingham of King and Pawns of Ray Harris and Duce of and Moore and Fairfield of One Taber Man Had Over Order There is a difference of opinion as to whether the Dominion government issued an oider requiring that farm ers market all their wheat before a certain Inspector Piper of the contends that such an order has been Others claim that the order was not made to extend to the but applied ouly to the elevators and but that the far men were on the patriotic ground ot the allied to market their surplus of 1917 Inspector Piper states that the at Taber have not been overactive in forcing the farm ers to market their In one instance an investigation was made a farmer and son had bushels ot old wheat they had not They did market about bushels and are holding the re mainder for seed next But con sidering the crop conditions Inspector Piper claims that his men on this di vision are doing nothing to force any faraiur to market any surplus crop he There so many different government orders that mts takes are easily Ah investiga tion of the Taber report published bf the Herald yesterday to being by InHpector Mali a celestial who has been doing six months at the provincial jail here for stealing a pig at Grassy broke jail this morning and was still at large at Tol would have been a free matt in any event qn July 26th when his time was and he was not under very close so just walked lie was thought to be heading towards North The city and provincial po lice were both notified and with jail guards are instituting a vigorous The Chinaman formerly op orated a small truck garden near Grassy He is thought to be slightly NO DRAFT July the Impres sion his been created in seme clr eles that a draft of nursing sis might have aboard the Ltandovsry the hospital ship recently sunk by a German of the has issued a statement which makes It per fectly plain that drafts of this na ture have never been sent on any of the hdsplUl ships which sailed from Canadian FINDS CITY LIABLE FOR DAKS Judgment for the plaintiff for and costs has been handed down by Judge Jackson in the ciwi of Hickey the of a suit for out of an accident tp the plaintiff in which tho plaintiff slipped on an icy in giving Judge Jackson said In this case I find that the plaintiff used all reasonable care when walk ing on the sidewalk when he was in The real cause of the accident was the fact that ice had gathered on the sidewalk from the drippings of an awning stretched halfway across the This awning Is a permanent awning made of corru gated The city stood by and permitted this awning to bo placed over a sidlBWalk in the princi pal business of the city or a permit was granted for In either I think the defendant is liable In permitting this awning to be placed where It Ice was not formed on the sidewalk In the nat ural course of If the awning had not been there the ice would not have formed as It Harris for W Ball for the LOCAL BOY Dispatclies todayslate that Wyn yard of Lethbridge has been successful in passing the examina tions for entrance to the Royal Mili tary College at He is IS years of and its the son of He has been active in Winning several prizes at the celebration last and a fine sample of hia patriotic spir it was given in his action In return ing to the Veterans for their the amount of his LITTLE GIRL IS FATALLY Little Greta McLean Dragged by M in Hospital A most regrettable arclrtonf oconrr RC yesterday in thfi city which result ed In the death of Greta aged ft Tho child was out plrkettliiR a horse when In some manner she wrapjied thn chain around her and the horse drugging her a long She was rushed to the hospital but did not survive tho In juries Greta was the daugh ter of Louise 211 20th Street and was very popular among her many She was a member of the Methodist Sunday About a year ago her father Archie an oldtinier of the city The remains are at present Fetterlys Tho funeral notices will appear of Medicine who wont overseas with the 17fitli has died of FUNERAL OF LATE The funeral services of the late Les lie beloved wife of took place yesterday after noon from the 614 5Ui A very large of peo ple were In attendance to pay their rospents to the deceased who had many frimids In the Curtis conducted the seYviee ahd spoke very taking hla text from the word of A good name Is better than precious oil and the day of than the day of ones He mentioned how they gathered In the shadow ot the greatest sorrow from the view point of those who are hut there Is greatest hope for the one who passed from the viewpoint of Gods Word to Death brings all to a keener sense of duty to our la shown in the flora the friends who have gathered for this and the words Of Me said that Sister Seaman possessed a good name by the testimony of her the members of the church nf which she was a member and community in which Death Is gain to her but all who aro should be of service to the Master Thorn wore many beautiful floral follows Husband and family and Alex pillow and nnchor find cross the order of Railroad Conduc Ajar members of ladles aid of Christian wreath from ind Wai and nnd and and and and Mrs Brown nnd and and Seaman had been 111 for a long and having lost both her son and had never fully recover ed from the of tho death of tho latter which took place a year Seaman was 64 years at and though born in Ohio was an oldtimer In having lived here for 27 She was an inter ested attendant at the ladies aid of ths Christian church and a member of that Seaman altme alir vlves her and has the sympathy of many friends in his sad Luce of sister of Seaman was In the city to attend the El Producto Perfecto 15c El Producto La Flor de 2 for La Fraosa Perfecto lOc WHOLESALE REPRESENTATIVE THE LETHBRIDGE Every Modern Device to produce bettor quicker and therefore cheaper work Is used in our production of We employ both the trained bands and the most modern products of human ingenuity in our So wo ave preparod to execute the most elaborate or the simplest Lethbridge Monumental Cut Stone Worki lth ff CIGAR 407 a NOBLEMEN among Have you smoked one lately A satisfy ing kindly to the and mild and uniform in Davis Sons Limited EMPLOY OUR QUICK RELIABLE SERVICE OUR BIG FURNITURE VAN AND AUTO VAN INSURES CAREFUL HANDLING WITH NO JARRINQ OR SCRATCHING YOUR PIANO OR CHARGES n THE McLEAN TRANSFER 313 SIXTH STREET SOUTH PHONE 1007 PUY5 P1Y CLOTHES AT HOME apofooies WOOL AND A LITTLE CHILD SHALL LEAD THEM Are values in our community shrinking our neighboring town getting ahead faster than ours Are we making a poor bargain Have we cause to wish we had done differently Then this old familiar picture one of the best known in the world may start us thinking on the right Home values are bound to if our policy of trading is We only need to bor row the wisdomof a child to appreciate the value of trading at ize the Home 4 ;