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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY IMS 1 THE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN LATEST NEWS OF LETHBRIDGE AND THE SURROUNDING DISTRICT LElilGEGETS ALBERTA MOTOR Local is Second Vicepresident Pass Resolutions July Motor League members will dp eVery thlng in their power to win the They passed a resolution at the morn ing meeting of the convention to the effect it was incumbent upon one and to extend to the eovornment all possible assistance and cooperation In its wnr Other important resolutions put through were as follows That the nUontion of the provincial government ngain should be drawn to the matter of legislation for a width of elelgh in the Interest of wint er That there should be uniformity of hoiirlllKhts in the western provinces and that the several governments Hhould be asked by the associated leagues to take it That the provincial traffic laws the right of way to cars approaching from the That jay should be niade illegal and pedestrians required to cross tho regular gtroot intersec tions v That the government be asked for an extension of the time allowance for ylnltlng monitors from neighbor Ing provinces The convention city next year will be In whose favor tho mooting decided of Medicine elected president for the coming with ag and honorary president Three vice presidents were chosen follows Calgary dnd Pres idents of local automobile clubs affil iated with he provincial league also will be vice presidents of tho EXEifllES TRY El Producto Pcrfecto 15c El Producto La Flor de 2 for La Fraosa Perfecto lOc WHOLESALE REPRESENTATIVE THE LETHBRIDGE Exemption appeals dealt with yester day were as follows Allowed till Blane Medicine Hat John Blackie Stanley Gor farmer Herbert Ellas Lethbridge Oowald Whitla William Whitla Albert Ha Wheat Centre Herbert William UedcliEf Sidney Howard far Lethbridge Thomas far Del Tlonlla Archibald McDow Beaver Mines Arvld Jac ob Queenstown Al bert Ross Medicine Hat Martin Vul can George farm Brant Hope Judson Lawndale Alexander Medicine Hat Robert j Brant Thomas Bowers far Blackie Ivar Htzlkoin John Ezra j Reid Hill Ingvald far j Lomond Percy James Hearnleigh Raymond Glen i wood Purple Springs Al Lawndale Samuel Vulcan Fran cis Mossleigh Allowed till Medicine Hat Charles Louis Taylorvllle Charles Norman Earl Medicine Hat Elbert Timothy Bed Box Springs Aron Twin Butte Joseph Hugh plastering contrac Lethbridge Thomas Mark Medicine Hat Earl Rus ReidHill Axel Paul me Ronolane Alexander manager of sheep Lethbridge Douglas Harvey munition work Medicine Hat John Cameron Mac Vulcan William Henry Etzikom Alexander farm Warner George Thomas grain Woolford Station Norman Nell Por Medicine Ronald grocery Medicine Hat William David Coutts Erick Ingemore car Raymond Brvine Jennings GALAXY OF RIDERS FOR BIG STAMPEDE One Conies All the Way From New Here Also That there will be a galaxy of the riding stars of North America assem bled for the big stampede hero is evi denced by the daily Last night brought Jim Mansey all tho way from Las New Massey Is not unknown In six years ago he performed at the big Calgary winning first In the riding and at Las Vegas only a few days ago ho won second at the monster stampede Mike Hast last years winner here there fore has his work cut out to win Massey came Henry who fourat every day at the Las Vegas frontier Jim Mas besides being a rider who thrills the is also a bulldogger with a great nichard T and Aubrey Uingllng are also entered for the trick riding and roping There will be a little bit of Old China at the fair this Patriotic Chinamen The Chinese National which lias made quite a local reputation dur ing the past has taken charge of the main dining hall under the grand stand and will serve meals during ex hibition The members of the league will do the work for nothing artd half the proceeds above actual ex penses will be donated to the Major Jack Ross Chapter while the other half will go to the This solves the restaurant problem at the grounds in a highly satisfactory man McNab the City Harness Shop has donated a man ufactured by the Calgary Saddlery tor the maverick the details of which appear in the stampede adver tisement in the Herald This promises to be one of the great races of the Those having rooms which they will let for exhibition week are asked tto telephone Raymond Arthur Stanley farm Bow Is land George section fore Brocket Thomas Ross Nanton Leslie mixed Beaver Minee Patrick Maycroft William Davies bridge Letli bridge William Medi cine not to be called before Francis Olestes Mc barrister at Dis not to be called before Harold Edwin baggage mover and Lethbridge Alex ander insurance not to be called until men in B are required or in any event before Homer far not to be called before Lloyd Wil liam Welling Rancher Returns After Cruising Red Deer Country Much Range That there is forest range west find north of Calgary to summerrange several the number of sheep there are In the and that this range will never IK opened up until it is first pastured off for several years by sheep Is the statement made to the Herald this morning by of a wellknown sheep rancher of the south who has just returned to the city after cruis ing the forest reserves west of Leth bridge and also north uiul west of There Is an unlimited amount of feed for sheep in the territory I cov ered said tip in the Crow the amount is and there arc several bands of sheep in that dis trict this But up along the valleys of the Red back in the foothills behind the ranges where rattle there Is a si rip about 21 miles wide which would make the sheepmen This range is cov ered with Cattle couldnt make use of But Klioep would go in there and clean ft and mako it as fine a range as there is in the Eventually it could be used by the sheep would have to range there for several years Not Talking Theory Peterson Is not talking theory He has ranged sheep In the mountains of Utah and Idaho for years and he knows mountain pas In support of bis he cites an Instance of what happened In For years a large sheep outfit used to trail their sheep through the a distance of about 60 miles in order to feed them on the foothill ranges on the other By accident it was learned that the sheep couldfind good range and grow fat in the eating off the weeds and the and the result was that the mountains became tho summer range while the foothills were saved for the There need ho no flash between the sheep and the cattlemen In the country northwest of Calgary declar ed Tbero Is plenty of range for We can use range tho cattlemen cant and Alberta fan build up a sheep Industry many times greater than it Wo ean save our winter range near the big alfalfa districts and the whole country will be the It is understood the South Alberta Woo Growers Association will make representations to the Dominion govj ernment as to the range cruised by Mr Peterson and an effort will be made to secure It this summer In or der to save the feed situation which Is so ELLISONS HAVE BEST CAR FLAX The Champion carload of flax which brough as reported in a Winni peg dispatch is not the rec Tho record ls held by the Kill son Milling of tills They re cently shipped to Winnipeg a carload of precious stuff tvbich netted them The car was handled in Win nipeg by the McLaughlin and the sum of was left overafter the freight and the handling charges had been DROPPED BOMB ON DUTCH TERRITORY The July Dutch government has charged The Neth erlands minister to London to protest against the violation of Dutch terri tory by an airplane on when the machine dropped two bombs near wounding one person and causing material Exam ination of fragments of the it is established that the misslc was of British The government also asks compensation for the damage done by the Raising Pork Behind The Lines ABritiih Army Piffflpry in utiUifld jto produce On be British Western Front ia uwcWaa guu position woicn is holding ALLEN JACK Has opened show sales rooms and a garage on Second Avenue opposite the Fire with agencies for the following GRAY DORT ADVANCE RUMELY TRACTORS AND HARTTPARR FAIRBANKSMORSE ENGINES AND SUP BRATHER HAYING TOOLS AND BARN SHARPLES CREAM GARAGE IN CHARGE OF COMPETENT MECHAN ICS AND SERVICE STATION FOR GRAYDORT Pleased to Show These Lines GIRLS AUXILIARY BERRY RIDE TO THE EXPERIMENTAL FARM Wednesday JULY 17th Jitneys to leava Jacksons Corner from to Return Fare Only 25c Ice Berries and Cake Sold on the at all Drug Stores or from Members of the Proceeds in AM of the Frank You Will Enjoy Your Vacation if you Spend it at Waterton Lakes Canadas Beauty Spot MOUNTAIN CLIMBING Good Accommodation at per Day at the HAZZARD HOTEL HOTEL TENTS AND CABINS ARE FOR AUCTION SALE OF FARM STOCK IMPLEMENTS AT RAYMOND ONE AND A HALF BLOCKS FROM ON July 1918 Sale Commences at 1 No Reserve the Proprietor Has Enlisted for Overseas 1 black seveneights weight 1450 1 bay 1300 1 bay mare and colt 1 saddle mare 1 sorrel mare and all with foal 1 pair 2600 1 team bay 3200 age 10 years 1 team bay 2800 age 3 years 1 buckskin 1700 age 8 years 1 bay 3 years old 1 brown 9 years 1450 1 brown horse years 1200 1 black 2yearold 1000 1 brown 2yearold 900 1 brown 1 black 1 year old 1 black 9 years old 1 bay trotting stallion with Russell Wllmont age 8 Canadian papers 1 Shetland pony 1 brown 4 years old Holstein spotted cows and calves 1 black cow and calf 1 fresh cow 1 black steer 1 red and white heifer and calt 1 spotted yearling1 white calf 1 brood BOW and 7 pigs 2 McCormick bindersl new 3 wagon and 150 bushels 1 wagorf and hay rack 1 new democrat buggy 1 grain drill 1 fourhorse cultivator 1 disc harrow 1 drag harrow 1 Cockshutt 2 bottoms 1 gang 3 bottoms 1 new MasseyHarris bob sleighs 1 cream tubular 3 sets harness 1 good saddle 1 Studebaker wagon box 2 second hand Ford cars in good assort ment of TERMS OF the balance payable on with 8 per on all credit amounts with approved joint or 5 per off for cash on credit Auctioneer Proprietor AUCTION SALE Dairy Machinery and Household Goods July 1918 AT TWO AT RANCH FIVE MILES EAST OF SIX MILES NORTHWEST OF NEW THREI MILES NORTH OF SICK Shire 7 years weight 1700 In foal to Shire horse 1 light 12 years old 1 work JJ years 1100 1 yearling mare French DAIRY pure bred Jersey 20 months Plying Pox strain 1 pure bred Jersey new Flying a great butter cow 2 new milch 5 and 6 with calves 1 Holstein 4 years dry 2 yearling Holstein and Shorthorn milk stock 2 Shorthorn heifers with from big range stock 1 yearling POULTRY AND bronze turkey 25 and 4 turkey hens with fifty young turkeys 15 hens with 30 chicks 2 truck double box 1 with shafts and sjngle twenty row drill 1 lldiic har rnw 1 harrow 1 8dlsc garden harrow 1 McCormick 7foot old but with knife and now a good flaj cutter 1 Cockshutt sulky 16 inch with breaker and new stubble bot tom 1 12lnck prairie breaker 1 garden plow 1 HOUSEHOLD cook stove 2 oil 1 oil cook burner beds and bedding folding couch lounge bureau rugs mirrors clocks childrens double harness single harness Yankee breeching Incubator ami brooders Automatic cream sep arator with engine Corundum tool grimier lawn swing grain bags carpenter tools barrels scale beam wovenwire stretcher Dabcock cream OWNER LEAVING FARM TO WORK IN UNCLE WAR TERMS Cash on sunn under Notes taken for larger ;