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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JULY fl, 1018 THE LETHnnTDGR DAILY ITERALD VGR SEVEN LATEST NEWS OF LETHBRIDGE AND THE SURROUNDING DISTRICT eONA FIDE FARMERS Fitly cases camo boforo lUo local ro-vlow tribunal yesterday anti of thoso 18, or S2 por cent, wore illBiillowca. Dr. Coiiyhearo and Mr. Symonil.s, mom-bora ot tho tribunnl, aro scnnnliiB nach caso very closoly, and In tho caacs a! farmers they nrfl not (lueatlonlng the exemption of anyone who Is a bona-fldo fanner, Hut llioBo who are using the form a cloak for escaping military service are finding It hard to convince tho members ot tho tribunal tliat cxomptton should bo granted for Another day. i Tho following iiro tho results of yesterdoy's session: Allowed tin Nov. 1-It. D. Rice, Bovon Persona, farmer; 'n. Barbor, Surtleld, farmer; H. A. Moore, Medicine Hati'me^-cliant; P. J. Cutler, Reld Jim,.farmer; A. C. I-!lh-bridge, dairyman; U. L. Schnild',! DIackie, clerk; G. A. Miller, Walsh, farmer; Goo. Barrio, Noliloford. far mor; R. Rooo, Carmanguy, farm hand. A. Sacco, Redclitf, laborer; G. Davis, An\othysl, farmer; W. A. Kouler, l.'j-mond, farmer; W. W. Walker, Hoso-moad, farmer; H. Oadd, Tabor, car-ponter; r. Rodtnan, Alderaon, farnipr, not to be colled before Sept. 1; K. .!. McKlUbIn, NenilBcam, farmer, Thob. Cunllffo, KIpp, farm hand; L-jwis Held,. Cnrdaton, rango rider; V. .M. IJ.iUey, I.�montl, farmer, n;)l to W. called beforo Oct. ,11; M. H. Duhamol, Travers, farmer. WINNIFRED '(FYom Bow Island Review) Tho members of the local Red CroRn aro to bo heartily congratulated upon their Buccesstul- work during the jiaat tow months. They have done splendidly, fur better than many of the towns In Alberta. On June 2Gth an auction sale was held at the fair grounds, when tho following were disposed of: Hog, donated by O. 11. Cooper, sold for $20; steer, donated by. H. A. Long, sold for $25; horso, donated by Paul Buehrln'g, sold tor JF)0. During the month ot May $200 was sent to Calgary keadquartors. Mr. Howard PlBtt,*who has been holding meetings and lecturing in tho intoronts of the Unfted Grain Growers roturnod this week. Ills circuit embraced nortli ot Edmonton and west of Calgary. He roports having had some very successful meetings, and at nearly every ono farmers joined up in large numbers. MISS STINSON MAY FLY HERE FROM The Emergency Brake in Business 16 Practically every business firm carries fire, burglar and accident insurance. What about Financial Insurance - a protection fund to provide ready cash when sales fall off or collections are slow ? Start one. Put part of the yearly profits in a Savings Account in The Merchants Bank. Then, this Reserve Fund of undivided profits will be instantly available to carry the business safely through any financial stringency. TH? MCRCHANTS BANK Head OflRco: Montreal. OF CANADA Established 1864. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH, MONARCH BRANCH, NOBLBFORD BRANCH: R. J. DINNING, Manager. V. A. EBERLY,. Aotin12 when Kly, w.'tli ii.'K Curllsa biplane, staged an exhibition at llondcrHon I'urk fairgrounds, Ely wuH killed tiie next fail al Maoon", Gn. Purebreds CominB. .Xlanager Mniro lef thia artornion to- i-.dnionlon where lU) wlli lail.i'i l.\l-:;ig the en.vies ot t'.ioae llviisD.k Dim ot the regular ciicuit who s',;ni-flod their Iiili.-'.itl-in oi ..>)nilng t;i ij^tli-b.idge with Hiu'r lie'-ds. Mi-. Mou'-e be on.- lie iof'.. announi ed that 'Dc .\Ibnrta champion $2(�,000 lierel'orl bull "FalrfaK" owned by Frank CoKi-cutt of Crosstleld would be shown boro along with several more of the leaderi^ ot this great herd, lias 750 head '^of purebred Iterotorda on hi.s ranch west ot Croa.sfield, and hia showings bore are bound lo attract a great deal ot attention. Cleorgo l,ano with iiia Percheron .-tnng will also be on aeck foi- lii'i bcr!-.> show, and espetlally for 'ho Pe:cheron futurity which is lic.i judged in Lethbridge this year >:�:.' D;,f'frt, llio Lotlibridgo iniporlei-, will al.v) exhibit Percberone and a clj.-e contest is expected in tliia class. DO GREAT DAMAGE TO GERMAN WORKS BUfiYVICIIMS OF SIR. DISASTER Peoria, 111,. July fl,-Uesidents ot Pekiu continue today their sad task ot burying the victims of the steamer (.Columbia disaster. Twenty-two funerals were awnnged for the day. The first was held at 8 o'clock this morning and from then until late in ~the afternoon there wi(,8 a Buccossion of such ceremonies at the town's cemetery. Funerals also were held at King ston Mines, the village which lost fifteen ot Its residents in the steamer wreck. Federal, state and county otticials continued tUelr investigation ot the wreck. With the recovery of the body ot Jerry ChioUia, Pekln, found floating near the wreck this morning, the total number of bodies recovered was brought to eighty. According to latest figures ten persons aro still missing. ISLAND DEVASTATED BY A TYPHOON Washington, July 9.-The island of Guam was devastated by a typhoon on July G, Captain Roy Smith, governor of the island and commandant ot the naval station, reported today to the navy department. He said halt the inhabitants are destitute, crops having been destroyed and much material damage done., Stops have been taken to feed the destitute. A SERIOUS CHARGE St. Louis, Mo., July S.-Bruce Cameron, superintendent of transportation for the United Railways Company, today gave bond for $1,500 under the indictment returned yesterday charging him with second degree' burglary and larceny. The Indictment followed an investigation into the theft ot petitions for a referendum vote on tho XJnltod Railways franchise ordinance. Cameron refused to make a statement. He recently had resigned his position to accept a place with tho company operating street cars In Buffalo, N. Y. FRAUD CHARGE Toronto, July 9.-Alleged to have agreed to secure exemption for a man now in the first class of the military draft for $125, Robert McArthur wao arretted last night by Detective Mitchell on a charge of fraud. LEMON JUICE TAKES OFF TAIi! Girls! Make bleaching lotion if skin is sunburned, tanned or freckled Squeeze the Juice of two lemons Into a bottle containing threcounces ot Orchard White, shake well, and you have a (Quarter pint of the best trocklo, sunburn and tan lotion, and complexion bcaiitlfler, at very, very wmall cost. Your grocer has tho lemons and' any drug store or toilet counter will supply throe ounces ot Orchard White to? a few cents. Massage this sweetly ffti-grant lotion Into tho face, neck, arms and hands each day and see ho)v trecUlos, sunnurn, windburn and tan diflapponr and how clear, soft and white tho skin becomes. /Ye^l it is httrmlesi. I- . London, Julys 9.-British naval airplanes between July 4 and July 7, dropped six.tons of explosives on Gorman works at Ostcnd, Bruges and Zeebrugge. Direct hits were made on buildings and vessels. Five German airplanes v/ere destroyed''and three others were driven d.fewn out of control. All the British machines returned. STOCKMEN SHOOLD NOT BE STIPEOEO Will Be Big Market For Stock This Fall-Make Effort lo Save it UN EFFORTS TO GET INF French Headquarters, July 9.-(Via Reuters Ottawa Agency.)-In order to obtain Information as to what .was passing behind cur front, the Ger mans formed "spachtruppe" or scouting troops-specialists in kidnapping Isolated French soldiers in the hope of extracting from them Information. The German army order deah with the organization of "apachtruppa" and the qualities necessary for I'.s officers and men. The tlerman nommanc: is evidently anxious lest in own men, under similar circumstances should be disposed to bj lOO c )minunlcutivo Twa recent ordor.s Hlgned by tk-noral LuVtondorff point om that babblers are guilty of high ir'jason to their country and their eomrade.s. The complaint is nuide that the French pi-'soners evade oxnmination and declare that they hHve jiibf ret'irn- 1 from leave , Tlii;;, says t,,udondor.', t'lould hvi told lo the s-.Jlditrs for f'le fuidance in the event oi: caj);ure. I GOOD SUM FOR RED CROSS (From Onr Own OorrciDondent^ New Dayton, July �.-The fourth of July was celebrated here In the usual fashion, the event of the day being the picnic at tho Cross farm, and the dance in the evening in aid of tho Red Cross, In the John Cross barn, which has just been comploted and i.s one of the best of Us kind In tho district. The sum of |il9fl.00 was taken In as the result ot the dance, which nlso includes tho amount ot 167.00 raised on the "untie" presented by John Cress to tho Hod Cross Society, who roffled it off, the jWlnner being Chas. T. Jenkins, who alleged he had enough of its kind already and very kindly turned it over to the Red Cross again, who put it up for auction, Ralph Atkins being the highest bidder, and of course iho lucky man. Wo are very sorry to report the serious lUnera of Sam Noble, and hope for his speedy recovery. Mrs. BUllngtou, wife of our now bank manager has arrived In town. The hcitel will shortly be under new mauagoment. Mr. and Mrs. Davis of the Miami Farm will move In some ot these days. Mr, and Mrs. F. M. Grouch, F.^ J, Morrison and John Korslln are taking in the Calgary fair this week. Ifld. Groeno is organizing a fishing party to cross the lino spnie time this month. Any ono wlBhing/ogo should see Cd., and get him to'tell that big S\r\\>. J.twrv of hU, Declaring that there is a possiljlllty 01' a million dollar loss In Southern AlbertaShis summer if farmers ciiil I ranchers sacrificed their Ktock owing ! lo pasture and feed .sliortng* a well | known stockman of the district tocay ' issued a w-ord of warning lo slock owners not to be staini)eded by pr(!-3>.>nt conditions. "You will notice that the bottom h:.s dropped out (.t the callie market during tho past few weeks. It la a coudi-tlr-n local to Western C.-iiiiula .ind is the result of rnrmer.s llirowing their slr,f,i; nil the i;:'H-ket iiL' l!i:^y -;c.e i food ehortaKo in sifjii, 'i'iio pai-k-(.rs are naturx' / takiii-,; iidvaniai-,.; j'. lif -condition Hut t'-c (�.-. ncrj o! (Jm Stock tliould not be in .i linrry to sell. For thing we iiiay Ij.-ive ji we: 'uM which will do wondfcis U r range gr-'.^s .\lilLh crop w,rch now ajijiears a failure ii-ay come aiong t id priidu.:.-.' plen-'.V (if teed, Aiid, if \oii will notici, the U &. has the bieJ^t:^' '-rcip it br.s liiul b'nce 1915, and 11.(.ro is boiui". 'O 1 be a great dem, itid air}it '.imu aro not so bad as they wore In 1914. The sliorlage of hay is the m(;.^t disturbing factor, but it :b beli-;veu that if there is a.wet full, as was the caso In 1911, therp; y.iW be plenty of feed to see the.jlotU In the country through. CHiTAUP WILL BE BETTER THAN EVER THIS YEAR The Lollibridge fMiautanq\i.-i wiil be held from l:;th to tlu; ITili in-elusive this year. The pi-ograiii is ^aid to be a very superior (uie. The chairman of the coniniitlff, .s. S, Dun-ham, is calling tho commiltec, and all who aro interested and w-illliig to os-sist In the C.hliutautiua, togf^tlier al Uio board ot trade bnllding on Tuesday evening at elglit o'clock. As there are but 550 season ticket!; to be sold at $2,50, parties w-ho are interested in getting the season lici(et at tills price and are interested in making the Chautauqua a surces;*, and aro willing to assist, should be present at thle meeting. After the 550 tick-et,-! at $l.',5fl are gone, there will bo a limited number of tickets sold at $;i,UO, When these are gone, the tickets wlli bo for eacli attraction and will cost the persons buying them considerably more. Tiie Chautamina people this year have provided largo new tents, and it Is , coiiteiuplatod that tho committee will decide to liold the Ciiautai'.qua in ono of these large tents this year, Tiie whole mat tor will bo discussed al this meeting, and those interested aro urgently requested lo be pre.sent. Capt, Albert A, Scars, aged 5.'. a v/ell known mariner of t:.-j British Columb:-, Coast, died al Victoria, WOMEN Suffering from -lassitude, low spirits and loss of appetite will find renewed strength, brighter looks, better health and clearer complexionsbyusing Beecham's Pills.' They give you the very help you need, and are a natural aid to the stomach, liver, bowels and blood. Gentle and positive in action, without any disagreeable after-effects-Uso are worth a guinea a box fiifWlilW�iS*KUiytlMl*WMHa*rairUCl��lM The something you get for nothing is probably worth it. but the poor tea you buy cheap is a loss. Drink and get value Fearisthe Bugbear of Patient and Dentist FEAR of the dental chair Is responsible for the misery and disease / \ -which are the result of bad teeth. 'Fear allows the teeth to decay and the health and appearance to decline. Wo have devoted years of study to the subject of ridding the dental chair ot its horrors and the public mind ot the fear B.ssocialed with it. Wo guarantee re-assurance to th(f nervous and timid as exemplified in our well known saying: Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art. Drs. Bruner, Richards & Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott Blk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARY OFFICE-115A EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRISTAUL BLOCK- -----^ ' "^-i^l Straw Hat Sale ALL STRAW HATS AT HALF-PRICE m THIS WEEK ONLY McKelyie J||[ �2" M'S McG"i^� Largest Distributors of Men's Wear in Southern Alta. 23 04 ;