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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THfe LETHBRIPOE DAILY PAGE SEVEN SURROUNDING DISTRICT PREPAREDFORTHESTAMPEDE Just one week from this morning e big amalgamated fair and de Monday is termed open day when the exhibits will be iut In and the buildings will be alto the home for one week Of thous mds ot dollars worth of the arlstoc ifacy of the From present Indications all the barns willbe weH In one branch of the livestock BlIVUi Ixhlbits there will bea groat Lent shown and that will be In the Lheep The fair board is tak Ing special account of Southern Al Lrtas sheep industry this an Irom the number ot entries there wll In keen competition Eastern breed hrs are anxious to of the big ram sale schedule lor next Child Welfare Another feature of the fair thisi yea rill be the child welfalre exhibit whlc J 1 be staged under theBandstand Irhls will be fn charge of Dobson Iho visited Lethbridge during th spring for child welfare Th be to cornel tSi her The free attractions Id front of the July Foundlanda conscription which went Into effect six has operated so effectively today the New Foundland regiment Is recrultsd to full war It Is not expected that a second draft eall will be made until autumn at the close of the season for New Found lands vital MANY July hun dred persons are dying dally In Pctrograd from according to travellers who have arrived In says an Exchange Tele graph dispatch from The they is now pre valent In many parts of NHIIURE DIRECT ORGANIZED who has been in the district for Ihe past two or throe and in company with A E the agricultural representative of the r u run Ing the whole force of III field repre sentatives on the hay question and trading in hay wllget a real No doubt the sheepmen will he first handed In getting their share of the alfalfa that It fcolng up and In addi tion to this there will be buying unrt putting up of hay by southern outfits all the way to Lessor Slave Ono or two sheepmen have already got In without going farther north thnn Olds but the large aupplteu of hay arn away the drouth has affected the hay supply as far north as La combe along the and and much farther north on the The depart ment will make progress reports on hay propositions from time to time wav will provide entertainment for afternoon and evening Everything Is ready for the slam cede end of the Many of riders leaving today tor Medicine Hat and they will be back in Lethbridge next week for the best and fastest stampede ever staged J In Western BE LEI FOR IHE IFor Six Months At LeastNew Plans To Cut Down Cost district will help materla y to I olve the feed situation in future if will take hold of the oppor is the belief of Stevens TlthMm tTthe cTtV onestool of this alfalfa with 71 main stems It ed 3V4 pounds when Ifi F Anl President the of Trade returned to the city on Saturday after spending a couple of weeks in the east on matters concerned with organization of the province for coming Victory Canadas be floated about November next with 000 as the minimum and as the mark aimed Marnoch department has a run through the flheep lands ami bands has returned to the city and Is well satisfied that the sheepmen are shap ing along well in meeting the tem porary setback from backward grass In conversation with a re porter he says In part There is a short top or feed on the range for all classes of but sheep naturally suffer less than other classes of stock from short Sheep at present are looking aboift as well as If they are not It is not due to bad range so much as from rather low condition from coming out of a hard This applies to sheep tributary to Taber and straight Reports in dicate that farther east in the Fore most country the bands are not tilling as well as they The point at present is tn look to j winter Hheepmen j are going to get through right this win tor two things to bo done they have to get away from their present range if possible to and they I and those wanting information will get it from There will ho plenty of outfits In the south available for haymaking up The wool growers Association are prepared to finance a haymaking get the outfit together and furnish hay at coat to the small men who nannot organize a haying scheme at long Everything Is looking better for both the sheepmen and cattlemen through the vigorous action of those who are In charge of organization combined with resourceful action by the stockmen AT NIAGARA July Acting for ten men who have been drafted and who arn held in the army under compul sion one of whom already has been dispatched Gordon Waldron is applying to the courts on their be lialf for writs of habeas Tn some cases Waldrotl is acting at tho Instance of the United Farmers The ten men whose release Is sought are mostly at Niagara RCTEAT On representations by the Leth bridge board of trade and the Lethbrldge Herald that Dominion police were erroneously ordering farmers o sell all their western represen tative of the food has tak en the matter and is urging upon the government that wheat now In the country be retained for seed i nounds wnen win Is afso growing sweet clover with Btate9 that the organization Is round excellent results in the dry shape but he cannot Say And despite the belief rauch about It as R And despite the belief rauch about It as R it is relished by the cattle convenor of the Alberta Uorse9i committee and Marnoch expects No contract will be let for the col lection of citys garbage for six months at That was decided on a report of Commissions iMoech to the city council this morn In the meantime a new system of garbage collection will be put int force which it is hoped will reduce th The new system Includesi ajnei routing of the garbage truck and carts and Meech thinks it should re IBUH in a reduction of the A effort will also be made to of Itne hotel garbage to private luals for feed and this may lBO cut down the tn his report Commissioner Meech that the cost of garbage collec ftton last Teat7 was about lot this about was for over Ibead charges which the city would have to pay even if a contract for I garbage collection were This left I u the net cost of actual col lection last If a contract were Jiet the city would have to provide I that the contractor would take over I the citys equipment valued at Leaving only tor the contractor 1 tor his first years The result would be that the contractor would I either lose money or do a poor 1 The proposal to award a contract Is I therefore dropped tor this During the discussion It was brought out that city expects garbage dis posal to cost more this year than last o the Increasing number of IS July con ferenees which continued until oclock this a basis of settlement of the dlfficu ties between the Electric Rail way Company and electrical work era and carmen was reached and it Is expected that the car service will be resumed today as soon as the men receive word from their organization heads that they go back to Under the agree ment reached all matters In dis pute are to be referred to Mayor Gale for WAS July in the Philip Schel Socialist said Foreign Secretary Von Kuehl manns resignation had the worst possible effect at home and abroad and it shows itself to be a victory of conquest and power politi His speech had a bad ef fect not only on those who did not want peace by It also displeased the supreme army WOULD BE INCREASE ALL ROUND July to confer with him within a few days as to the provincial Speaking of his trip east MC Mar noch stated that Southern Saskatch awan had a soil drifting problem on Us hands this year worse than anything In Southern We should con sider ourselves lucky he said that we have available irrigation projects which will allow us to water much of our raise hay and clover crops and thus put fibre back Into the The problem in Southern Saskatch ewan is much more Our farth ers should consider themselves lucky if they can get Irrigation water for the proposed projects dt an acre It is easily worth that to be able to grow the crops that will produce F H commissioner of Irri was in the city today from Calgary and conferred with Mar noch on this important matter age must provide greater supplies of both hay and grain feed than H Is to as sume that the sheepmen are in a position 16 take care of them The man a Rlngle unit of a couple of thousand has a forty thousand dollar stake to his talk to the banker and has Immediate revenue in sight from his The saving of the range for winter is not by any means easy in all cases but already there lias been some spreading of flocks from the range east and southeast of There have been from the Lethbrldge district sent to the forest reserves already but there are south of the are being pro vided for however Wenninger has moving towards Peterson lias 3 400 on the way north anil ho hopes to get ultimately into the Park Re k i tU serves south of thei line of the C P Roblhsonj has moved out Of the Chin district north and the Cardston men hope to get or more into the Waterton Park The Dominion government officials are now working on the Cardston propo Even if there is not a con tinuance of the spreading of bands from their home range the food re sources of the grain fields will furnish teed up till Christmas tor ewes and About department is us FOR SALE PRIVATELY Underwood 6 writer Doherty PianoIn mission oak Perfect tf1 or A big snap iplOU Piano Cased CQC by Karn Vacuum Carpet Recent ly cost Ckfk AH attachments Wicker Baby Bugtjy 1C for Via Large Stock Wallpapers at your own for own occu pancy by September FRANK WADD1NGTON AUCTIONEER Building 10th Phone 770 Ownersotjluto Road Guides PASTE THIS IN YOUR BOOK BARONS SECTION Fill up at HansenU Filling GIRLS AUXILIARY BERRY RIDE TO THE EXPERIMENTAL FARM Wednesday JULY 17th Jitneys to Leave Jacksons Corner from to Return Fare Only 25c Ice Berries and Cake Sold on the Tickets at all Drug Stores or from Members of the Proceeds in Aid of the Frank EVERY ATTENTION TOURISTS GIVEN GREAT SPORT ALL 1 Town Planning I The council also decidea to send Meech to Calgary on July 18th to at tend a convention of the Town Plan 1 I VatTon Commission who will bring In certain recommendations dealing subdivision The decision of the board ot Utilities on this matter Las been deferred until after the con so it was thought wise to have Meech present in order that any resolutions passed might have the support ot this It Is expected those resolutions will materially affect the action ot the utilities The council ordered the payment ot the Hickey Judgment against the city 1 for damages and A wire is being dispatched to Mayor Hardle asking that he attend the Western Canada Irrigation Association convention at Nelson next week jf he can so arrange FEED SITUATION SOW ITSELF Stevens and McCaig Are Here Looking Into Matters prico of cost of a barrel of flour and would add to the price of the bushels crop of It also would cause a corresponding In crease in the price ot Canadian the message and would Bry materially in the general high cost ot intbe Churches The feed situation is solving according to livestock commissioner of the province who is In the city today with Mr Stevens Is looking after the Battle end of tho situation wliile McCaig Is looking after the interests of the A meeting of tho sheepmen of the Dardaton district is being ueld on Wed nesday of this week for the purpose o considering the opening up of a certain range wost ot If this ia made available for sheep the ranchers of that will bo safe for tu Sevens is going from here t where conditions ar Ueiui of Russia al wiiii m at 8 Boy Scouts will meet in theschool at adul Tonight at special meo ing ot the girl Tuesday at CooperRobinson will give a Illustrated lecture on Japan in S Augustins at 8 a con gregatlonal meeting in the churc Members and adherents are urg ed to be Thursday evening an ice cream social is being given b the Live Wire class in the church hal Christian at regular weekly testimony meet North Lethbrldge Qpspel Hall 8 special address il lustrated by large Subject The Questions Every body Tuesday Sunday night union Evangelical churches Jn Stevens will at 8 Chris tian Hndeaver social at the residence of Wednesday at 8 prayer mooting tn the The ser vices for next Sunday evening have been withdrawn as the congregation will unite with Wesley Church to hear the next two months the Relief Society will hold only one meeting a month na tnat will take place on the Second Tuesday of the at services will be held for Angua father of Clio week at Antigua BAIT Last year in Fresno there were orders for over one hundred windmills sent to one mail order house In each case the man who bought long distance had to pay the haul the windmill out to his place and stand the expense of erecting if he had been he could have bought the identical windmill at his local dealer s tor the same could have had it taken to his place and erected I without cost or trouble and without the freight from Chicago tacked Let us shun this outoftown AUCTION SALE OF FARM STOCK IMPLEMENTS AT RAYMOND ONE AND A HALF BLOCKS FROM ON July Sale at 1 No the Proprietor Has Enlisted for Overseas as s ment ot 5 per off for cash on credit Auctioneer Proprietor AUCTION SALE Dairy Machinery and Household Goods WedJuly 1918 Kiun 2 truck double box 1 twoseated surrey stretcher Babcook cream WAB OWNER LEAVING FARM IN UNCLE SAMS WAR TERMS Cash undsr Notes taken for euiTH 8MIT n ;