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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta HtyULD PAGE SEVEN LETHBR1DGE AND THE SURROUNDING DISTRICT mm FOR ARE 1 SWEDE thO return of Manager Moore to tho city this afternoon from the Edm6atKi the work of speeding up tho orfiftnlzatlpn to be ready the of the gates of the Leth brlilge tunalgaffiated fair and stampede mati tveelt frdm Monday morning was put uflftk1 way and Moore IB atilte confident that everything will by that tltto for biggest event staged In Southern which will draw crotrds to rival even tho monster crowds herbduring tho Congress In and stam pede returned to Lethbrldgo the othar from the Mlssoula stam pede With five riders In These include tha redoubtable Tex McLeod and Cheater trick ropers who will fight It out hero for the worlds championship honora Intrick With two and Mike Hastings on the there will bo no lack of riders to nut on the special exhibitions while everyone knows the galaxy of Alberta riders and ropers who needtakeof f their hats to none in the land when it conies to a simple mat ter of Backing to the hurricane deck of a bucking A bit of special news is that there likely be a maverick race this who have seen such an The Joy of feeling fit and fresh rewards those who heed the kws of and keep the habits fa tof fa Sold exhibition it Is worth going miles to Those who haVe not seen It will go miles to see It It It hew and novel so far as a stampede In Western Is And in the south country Is coming to Lothbrldgo to see Kath erlne Her feat of lying from Calgary to Edmonton in two hours and five minutes tor the first long distance flight ever attempted In Western Can ada has made her dear to the hearts of the people of Alberta and there will boa monster repeat crowdhere on July 27 to welcome the little bird Stock Entries The stampede and attractions end of the program forthe week lsnow so far advanced that the fair organization Is turning most of its attention to the exhibition and entries have been pour Ing Among of entries are the all of whom have made large entries Win Holstetne Holsteins Laycock and Mc Thurbrori Red Polls Lethbrtdge sheep Shires and Aberdeen Angus Card Belgians Arnestad Stave Perchorons McKay and and agricultural horses Romney Marsh sheep and swine Dy Percherons Percherons Hoov er and Bittern swine and sheep Oxford sheep Aber deen Angus Western Stock Oxford sheqp McEach Clydes and Shires Angora goats Stony swine George Percherons 250 chickens Canada Land and Irrigation Medi cine a car load of sheep nod til addition to the above there are many small Moore Is also bringing with him froth FAtAQn ton the entries of qnlte a large num ber of the circuit and It Is that Prank the noted Hereford will ship n his whole show Lethbrldgos reglftraton returns of whlih were announced by George chief registrar some time will probably be Increased to tho 8000 mark when tho final re turns are Porter states that lome farther returns have been received since tho publication of tho first one bundle of 200 cards having been brought The reports for the whole constitu ency should be available There are two or three points from returns are expected Considering the Lethbrfdge returnsin the number of vottfrs In the December election it is thought the returns for the constituency will run close to the LAWRENCE GETS IHREE YEAR TERM July years Imprisonment was the sentence imposed by Magistrate Campnell this morning on former paymaster of the Welland on a charge of stealing about from the department of railways and counsel for the pointed to the clients long years of service and previous good record and asked The in passing sentence said that the thefts had been system atic and it was out of consideration for the service and age of the prison er that the punishment was made as i light as i Owing to the shortage of increased cost of the price of furni ture has advanced Our stock today is the largest we have ever carried and being bought before the big increases took effect it enables us to sell at lower Anticipate your future needs and save Solid Oak Dresser Filmed finish with plate glass Two large roomy two small Bawdens Price Solid Oak Chiffonier to Match Above Dresser Has three large and two small drawers with plate glass mirror Bawdens Price Dining Room Suite Of eight fumed of five small and one arm choir with pad Buffet top 48x30 witn glaB8 large linen two small drawers and roomy cab Pedestal table extending to six 45 inch Bawdens Price MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PER SONAL WE PREPAY FREIGHT Carpets and House furnishing We were never In better posi tion to look after your Interests than we are The largest stock of draperies and coverings in Southern Al berta and our prices are Get our prices before Saturday Specials LOOK THESE OVER CONGOLEUM Three 9x9 CA Saturday CONGOLEUM Two 6x8 fiA Saturday NEW PROCESS 6 patterns to select Sat per lineal t CA yard I 24 AXMINSTER 27x54 A good looking service able l 1 C Saturday BRASS CURTAIN Ex tending to 54 inches with brass QE 2 for PRINTED A hard wearing floor three pat lineal Beautiful Ivory Bedrobm Suite of Five Pieces Made up of dress ing hairdresslng chair and A well finished suite at an exceptionally low Bawdens Price Mahogany Finish Dresser Of attractive design with plate glass mirror two large and two small A good Bawdens Price DressingTable to Mitch Above Dresser Has 18x24 plate glass mirror with one drawer in Bawdens Price Furni ture Southern Albertas Greatest House Furnish ngs Bight etemptWtos reviewed by the Jooftl review tribunal on Thursday were These included teach commercial and whose occupation not consider ed of first tho tribunal holding that WonWrt or men of low medical dUtegofy could nil Fol lowing nBulls Allowed till Klnnl farmer farmer Bow Wwndcfarmor fanner farmer farmer farmer farmer farmer Bow fariher Bow firmer farmer Sev en farnuif farmer Bow farmer Bow farmer Ta farmer find rancher Seven farmer Seven farmer far mer farmer farmer farmer farmer Medicine farmer Medicine brakeman farmer farmer Medicine conductor Arrow farmer hand O Medicine manager farmer farmgr Reid Hill farmer Lawn Picture farmer farm er farm Allowed till farmer Winni farmer farmer far mer Medicine far mer on ground he is not liable to Bow Is farmer teacher imple ment dealer clerk farm la borer not tobe called before 1 Medclrip traveller manager Home Grain 7 SALE OF SUNSHADES SATURDAY DISCOUNT ON ALL SUNSHADES AND ALL NEW STOCK THIS A BIG VARIETY OF STYLES AND GET YOUR SUNSHADE YOU WILL NEED IT FOR FAIR AND STAMPEDE SO SAVE MONEY BY BUYING DISCOUNTREMEMBER FOR SATURDAY Stevens Says Stockmen Plenty bt Hay From North Country In a letter to the board of trade re garding feed conditions in the pro livestock com missioner says While attending the Calgary fair early part of last I was ask ed by a number ofiyoftr stockmen for Information regarding the securing of hay privileges in the north I have written to these personally re garding information that supplied to my office during my The information thus farreceived convin ces me there is an abundance of hay in the north The problem will be to connect the southern stock men with It The the names of the parties who report the largest amounts Snoop of can fur nish 1000 tons In the Lesser Slave Swan River and Drift Pile which he will sell on trade for or allow parties to their stock also of is in a position to supply Information re garding meadows that will cut from 500 to 2000 tons Conroy of is in a position to give cutting privileges for approximately 1000 tons of This hay according to the terms of the leaae which Conroy must he fed on the In connection with the above there are also grazing privileges sufficient for 600 head of cattle for balance of the There is running water adjoining these Stevens also states that tho superintendent of district agents is also having a systematic canvass of the situation to learn the neted of feed and also the districts where a surplus Is so that definite in formation may be available TOURIST Tho volume of tourist traffic from the United States tlila year has been considerably lessened by misleading press dispatches appearing In Amer ican and Canadian papers regarding the Canadian Registration It was unwarrantably stated that visitors to Canada from the United States would lo compelled to re gister at a post office before they could secure accommodation at a hatelj that passports were absolutely and more recently the absurd rumor was widely circulated that women from the United States would not be allowed to return This latter ridiculous report la speci fically denied by Superintendent whp officially designated it as absolutely without any foundation in Senator Hdeon brtr of the RpmivUft wud Danger of Strike Trouble Over Producing Much Coal Though It was not generally a few days ago a tense situation ex isted between the coal operators of the North American continent andj the United Mine Workers and the possibility of a general strike affecting all the coal miners in Can and the United States was immi This fact was admitted yeeter day by solicitor for the miners of District who declares that the trouble Is all past and there Is every Indication of uninterrupted work by members of the union and the coal supply for next winter is The miners of the Lethbridge dis trict are breaking all records in tho number of tons per month being rais and shipments from this point are Chairman of the Registration is equally positive In his denials of tho other mischievous The actual facts according to the official statement of the Registration that the Registration applies only to people permanently resident In Canada and does not af fect even remijtely anyone living in the United States that nt registra tion at K post office is and that no passports are The possession of papers showing the hold ers to be American citizens Is all that Is necessary to cross into At International boundary line the holders of these papers are given an identification card by Ihe Canadian immigration which enables the visitors to travel freely where they wish without any interference on the part of Canadian Senator of the Registration has announc ed that neither in the instructions nor the for Can adian registration te there anything that would Indicate desire or Inten tion to Impose restrictions upon Ani eiiicans or travelling or leaving The experience of those American visitors who have already come to Canada verifies Senator Robertsons but there are many across the border who have not read this aftd may still be influenced by the false re ports to stay spoil their va and cause a mutual Iwu to themselves and to Reports froni the Crow are that steam coal is being raised in large The total output is In the neighborhood of 200 cars dally besides what la nsed In the mining This is a mark which Is sel dom equalled before November of any and is about the daily average in The bperators hope to keep the output up to that figure and later to Increase it to 250 or even 300 Afew miners are drifting to this field every and with steady work in sight they are likely to As a result of the unprecedented activity in coal due to the fact that the Western Canada market is wholly open to the coal operators of this thousands of dollars of new wealth are pouring Into South ern Alberta and southeastern every The output at present represents about tons which in terme of dollars and cents is round the In the coal movement is keeping the rail ways fairly adding to the pay roll in that The coal indus try between Taber and Nest Is worth at least a month to the so that in spite of crop conditions Lethbrldge and Southern Alberta may be considered in good financial An Indication of what may be look ed for a few months later in the way of foodstuff prices is given in the ten ders or supplies for the Edmonton childrens which have been opened by the city commissioners and contracts On the of the prices quoted In these there will be two advances in milk and but ter before the end of the but on the other meat will be July Corres pondence of the Canadian Lim France the final competi tions on Dominion Day resulted in a decisive victory for the first The winners in the principal events were Indoor 13th battalon la Fifth cross coun try Fourth Division pole pillow Private Inglls sack Temple one mile Joe Keeper 440 yard Phil lips mile Leask half mile Captain Mitchell tug of 29th Battalion medley Rankin obstacle Blue 7th Canadian Engin There were seven boxing and seven wrestling competitions all keenly con The tennis singles were con tested the following day when Foulkes won from The football game was won by the 44th and Schaefer led in the 220 yard winning in 29 A RUSH SPECIAL Just Arrived for Saturday Selling SO Cases of Prime Peaches TO SELL AT PHONE YOUR ORDERS ;