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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, 7, 1920 THE LETHBRmCE -DAILY HERALD WOUTOU1ME PAOEK1NR .stores and asked. Calgary 3. A. headquarters had td tho Loihbridfe S. A, to uilit, tad 'iifulry made to of CMattt let the lit from the Ray- nioid Second following a Toe ATMJT- a amall- WELCOME ERQMZiA Board Holds Btiag xrvnted. The Hand woifld sot deal I Tft PA committee on the muitc, till 10 ne _ a wae received from fcoard. The secretary taid one had been aent, (From Our.Own Correspondent) "olaer. be' niailad. aaklnc TABER. July Fair JhB U" 'wo of .the., put on .Saturday to continue 'he arrangements, there being a good lbe tendance. Tbe advertising committee reported-the big, lithographs from about Winnipeg recsired and posted. Autd tKe di.lrlct to U'-H-O, "I had u tttink of Jfttfing 30 bad IhatmyciotbwwouU through at For four moaihi, I terribly, I eoul'd jet no rtlirf I iritt (tickers .will, be put out at won as I they arrive- The requett for a to Eureka Cqunlil OH a JleraUfad tent through the cor- brought reply giving rates. The tbard while desirous of advertising. fair, are- naturally' hampered -by the amount of funds, the bunkers feeing cautious, and it was place a headline Insertloii for Saturdays in the Herald, the full page one The'Herald corrsspondant teing pruent; va'i asked to take the order which will appear In duo course. The president of Sbort- lioru Rreeders'r Association; In: reply to Roy Judsoii no assist- ance could b.a'given this year, but re- pfiee lisi.' The eoinmiltee ion A'e S. A. concession will go ahead, A1it lu the of walt- ihp.'p'i-ovisioii of d Heljw Make Men and Iron i> Diiperited By All Druigi. FGZEMA You arc not" cxricrfDient- ing when liso Chine's Ollit- mcnt fur 'Kt7.ema and Skin Irrifji- HOJIS. It rcHevfi at OTICO and gradu- ally iK-aisHie fklii. Sample hot Dr. (liniment Irrc if yoii mention Ihls EjjJtr.nriil for postage. rfiW. ox: iilldealcrs or l-Mmansdn, Bales Co., Mroited.Toroiilo." to be 1230 The town baa not been i-anvasscd. The Pret. laid a check (or J26 from a booster cm the table.; A dolegatipn from the Women's lustjiuie allied per- If name the judges.on ladies' Ibpartrcent.' Privilege granted. -Trie President and Secretary" were author.- tied to Hie coulract with Cupt. McCall, the aviator at }SO a day.- Con- traqtor Hudaon presented plan's of tho horse da comiQif tee' will dis- cuss it with IVorfc-will be start: after A committee Was named to stock par- ade, sfoetf wilTbe allowed (in :tnei'g'rouiidB, Awhile and second pmewinuers miist all1, go in the none alloired. No fee will. Be, charged .'in' the cham- plo'nahlp; ported 750: mailed jniniedl- aiely '.a-prbdlgious from !far ;away points. People-who had-'obtaihedrcoples were after, more. .'iThe'-dcmand'.was greatar this'year than'eVer-before. K. Whit- beck. Inquired rtoiit .baseball: The matter' .was referred to sports Ihe.lioard adjourned till next Saturday, "A commit tee'ori the horse barn early In the week. Stands': a part frorii the grandstand and concessions will .'One- of ,tKefhockey', defence heat us to Herald ad.- Roy Carleloo and Miss Lillian Wilson, both y.-ell known in Taber, have form- ed a life-partnership. .Their many, friends wish' .them every happiness. what about the charivari. Taber Intermediates are to figure in the baseball tournament at Coal- dale. Wednesday. Harold Brown 16 visiting friends -in town.' lie is'stlll a resident "of D'rum- heller. Jack Campbell, for- merly of. .th'e: ripiieer yard and now- manager or.ihp Citizens' yard: at look-place 'last CalgaryUo' Miss form'erly of the R: Patterson act stated 'to'be arbiind Taber aulo parties have been sight- seeius around and quote the officials as saying rotary will be at w'prli or Jt is'said take out.a sir-inch core.'t Accofd'inff'tofth'e IhB company'sJfinaY'Sffort in-the Banu well r-X 1 --Seqretary Sii'ndal.'of district, has-'' addressed letters President liarnoch, the Seed Pur- chasing Commission, .the U.F.A. Cen- tral, Calgnry, and the farmers of the Iron Springs and Sundial districts notifying them considerable lupply of seed rye will -be-available, ere long in this district, as it is ex- pected that crop will be cut nbout July 10th and threshed Aug. 1st. In. rjulrle's have 'hceri 'received from tbe Department of and the A. !'_ Kiev a tor Co. liain fell here this morning, enough lo lay the and take the rusty feeling from the'air, Everything looks freshened. "Joe .Molntyve hag accepted the post of shift; engineer at Conlhurst. .Mrs. Stackhous'e at Blaokle, who has been visiting hef son -FT Stack- house-over the. holiday, left for" home Saturday'. latter .leaves for l.othbrldge on .'Jlonday, his term of relief 4nian here': having ended with ,ntlPort t A on tM arijan Pacific steamers; fan Pacific stea ASSINIBOIA..-i' M4 GREAT LAKES SPECIAL to Fort William. .particulars anil GORDON TICKOT AOBNT PHONB 511 I of two B.' and am enlireir G. W. HALL. Both taiorite rcuwdUa an by Uwtrn at DOc. a box, for orient oa receipt of pries by Fruit-i-tires limited, OiUwa. "Fniit-i. tiffs" put Uipiu a trill which Mils for the arrival of a new man from Bow Island.' The the Hex, played. to crowded house, fur Mondav The ftank Hani man, the eight year old ,8011 ,'of Dr. place oil Sunday at p.m., Rev. F." D. Leacroft oflielit- ingv A large number attended the rice held In St. Theodore's from which interment .took place lo.Talier cemetery. A number youthful com rades were present four of whom bore the while casket, from tbo liearie to the graveside where numerous wreaths were placed upon It. W. 0. DUUibwk. p. W, TW aMMMiMt took a tkw M Ml ter tw vai Svnut 1 Celebrations Were Noteworthy Games and Races Pleased Everybody. Correspondent) OHION, Julj' June ilVth was observed as Patriotic Sunday. In the Sunday. School at the Union .Church a program was rendered, the title1 being' "A New Canada." The Jaa. a short the school-and Ihe recita tions: from were given by the School, Mr. S. Eggleslon -also' addressed ,the school on the.part the, would. have to-take'in Canada. Tho services In the church were the'Rev HO sermon on I'atriot- iBm, emphasizing- what was true and .what, was, The preacher imen- .tioned :the of. the (arly Special, mnslc by tne choir, which Included a duet by Mrs.' Miss Cress. The Orion consolidated school biafd have decided1 lo have the school tion in August. U In connection' with the Sundav Schools of the district, there is to be a .united picnic three miles east or Orion. The Sunday Schools 'join- include Orion, Manyberrics and Mlnda. fixed for the-event Is. Thursday. July loth. July. Isrwill be remembered as an eventful day. On the previous even- ing and in the early hours of the morn- ing of the first an of workers had made accommodation around ball ground In the form p( permanent sittings for those attending the ball games. In the town streamers anil largo flags notified all that it was Canada's Dominion Day, and right well rttd the two .tliniiDAiid and more enjoy Ihemselveg. The YIrather was warm but temper- ed at tlmca by a cool breeze. People came In from all parts of tho wide district, Foramost, Etzikoln, berries and a company from Medicine Hat, -which included Col. Nelson.Spen- cer, M.I'.P., who competed In one' of the men's races, but found two Just In front of him at the finish only two or three inches dividing the three. Foremost Band was in attendance and from Mum to time gave some selections of a pleasing character' A photographer was also In the town and seemed to do mitte a thriving trade amongst the young folks. Refreshments were looked after by the. Udles' Aid, wlio nad a booth on the, ball'ground and also through, the kindness of Mr.-.I. K. White served punches and soft his garage Jlr. 0. Kcleoy ami .Murrcl 1'eck also entered for tho crowil In town and on'tlio ball ground. The hoard of trade hail Iho.maifflge- ment of. the whole business nnd to tholr credit everything went off smoothly nmi fn good drder. The sum .of J1I3 was put up for the various races. (Up., and to this was added n special prize of 45 donated by Messrs. Davis and. lirown of-Medi- cine Hal. The special prize 'was won hy V. Wagner In tho men's race of 100 yards The ball games of course ftUractlon to the great crowd, "And the first game was played as ed at between Orion and Pore- inoit, tho game was a mnch...b8tle'r game than the barn score shows The OMoh-lMm huve not had mucli practice this year and their play suff- ercil as n rcauH, foremost winning by 13 lo Foremost as winner of the first game bad (o mcel Etaikom In tbe final. Kach'sMe put up a good game for the winner would take tfie prize home at the finlsh'of the last gamo Klzlkom was the winner with tho score of 3 lo 2 by Foremost. During th't dny racing, foot and horse, Jumping, clc...iu facC from the start of Ihe ball game In ihe morn- ing until about sunset (here was ono continuous round of events. Tho chief malingers of Ihe evonls' were Messrs. J. r. If. Fccic- 0 race, to ill. of Soaatrt'.fcy Itatii and fcowa, Medicine V, Kit ruea'i C. Me lot Bt-yj 16 L. 2 L 11 A 2 Ray, ladiM' (no tie i Oiiltow tiirla under 1C years 1 T. Krlck- 2 Jeciina: Bowlei, 1 Morris I R Jackion j. and A. TeUlatf. 2 A. and 11. KeuleK Men's rare--l'Keasler, V. Jumping, standbg bar lunm 1 Carl Htld v t Running 1 Juo. Hop, and 1 Carl Hijfh 1 A. Kestler. Uorae racing rice, li handa aiid LL. Crsirford, 2 A. Kob- Inaon. Open rate 1 King, 2 H. Lad let1'.' 1 Hilda Johnnon BetluMcFall. After all the sports were ovcr-the band played in the town and latter took 4 near tbe ihoolt Mr C H Hams director of the U.F_V. for Medicine lift constituency addressed the aid gave a fine speech tvhicb. waa well received. The dai was finished up a dance in tho over Ike livery barn. LOSES HIS POSITION EN flOUTE TO FILL IT Hon D R. Hall, who Wat appointed tone. time ago the'-'Agent'Gejwral' In London for New South Wales, for five yean, and who was-in Toronto with wife. and two the mfd- d'e of April, has received strange news from home. In a letter to a relative In this city, he siys in part "Shortly, after our arrival in JVew York we struck trouble. Since our departure from Aus- tralia an election had taken place and. a Labor. Ministry replaced that which appointed me. One of its first-acts was to opncel my a thing without parallel tn Australian history." The Popular Summer Drink is basis of dozens of delicious pfcnfc punches and wholesome, refreshing thirst quenchers. It U ready for is inuch'cheaper than leojons. Lime Fruit Juice 7 is the golden, aromatic juice of cultivated Indian LJmM. from Ihe fresh, ripe-fruit and is absolutely free of alcohol. keeps the liver active stomach sweet and the whole system right. Order it at the a bottle in the house and enjoy tome of the .cooling, refreshing drinks it makes whenever you ate hot and thirsty. Sol J everywhere. National Drag Ckemical Co. p{ Csjuii, Linited 91 It is Dangerous to Use Counterfeit Parts for the allowing your garage man to use imitation parts in ft. repairing your car you not only invite repeated repair bills and more serious breakdowns, but you actually endan- ge? your own life antj the lives of others. Cheap and inferior parts used in ccjimection with the steering control are liable to cause accidents of a.very serious nature. r- You Risk Your Life When You Use Imitation Spindles In a recent test the tensile strength of the genuine Ford Vanadium Steel spindle arm was found to be over 100% more than that of the counterfeit machine steel part, Tpe arms were submitted to shock, and the counterfeit arm broke at -a pulling force equivalent to pounds applied to a cross section. pulling force applied to a corres- iwnding cross section of a genuine Ford spindle arm did not even change its. original size or shape, Inorder to'separate the genuine spjndle arm it was necessary'to apply a pulling force of pounds. The spindle arm is one of the vital parts en- tering into the control of a car, and by using spurious parts in such places, Ford owners aro risking lives and property. Genuine Ford Springs i Imitation Springs Genuine Ford front and rearsprings are made, of Vanadium spring steel having a tensile strength of pounds per square inch, and an elastic limit pounds. Every genuine Ford spring is tested in the factory. Front springs are subjectedt.o a pressure of pounds. In the fatigue teat the average gen- uine spring will stand strokes before breaking. Rear springs are subjected to a pressure of 2000 pounds and the average genuine spring will absorb strokes before breaking. Imitation springs are generally made of car- bon steel having a tensile strength of only pounds per square inch and an elastic limit of only pounds. In ordinary service they soon flatten out, You are merely protecting yourself and avoiding repeated repair bills when you demand genuine Ford parts. Only.Genuine Ford Parts'Can be Used with .Safety Look for the Sign Genuine Sbrd Parts For Sale Here Dealers Lethbridge P. VEALE, Dealer Warner Raymond TABER MOTOR CO., Ltd., Dealers Taber ;