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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JULY TUB LETHiMUDGE DAILY GE "SEVEN LATEST NEWS OF LETHBRIDGE AND THE SURROUNDING DISTRICT Eleven applications were disallowed by the local review tribunal oa tho jjust ilay ol 1U sUlius yesterday. Dur- ing liie time tho tribunal has teen Billing about lot) disallowances have leca made. It Is cot likely the tribunal re- sumo work again unlit Nov. 1st, vv'lion the cases allowed until that date vriU again have to to dealt with. A question ot importance discussed hy the hoard hero vras the status ot farmers, who aro exempted fis such, liut vi'lio aro compelled because ot the crop failure thla year to go elsewhere to work order to raSso money on vhlch to live and ivlth which to put In a crop, .next year. A number such "eases arc known to exlsl In the south eastern part of the province, and tho local public representative of the re- view tribunal Is asking Chief Regis- trar Carson of this military dtstrfct for a ruling on Iho malter. Allowed till Hart, min- er, Elcan; J, II. Fortune, farmer. Fore- most; H. A. WHuorruan, farmer, Hlackle; W. P. Smilh, Nomlacaro. farmer; n. P. Mlttord, fanner, Bow Island; II. U. McKenzie, farmer aud merchant, Etilkom; F. Burgess, far- mer and rancher, Plncher Station; Jno- Mursa. farmer, Foremost; N. B, Hoc, fanner, Lucky Strike; A. K, Thompson, fanner, J. I1. farmer, WrenIham; H. K, Kuhl, farmer, Etzlkom; N. Anderson, farmer, Pendant D'Orlctle; J. V. Fred Vuloan; W, B. Tay lor, farmer, Manyuerrjes; A. West, farmer, Manyborrlea; J, S. McFarlane, farmer, Pakowkl; O. Mo, farmer, Pis- feowfei; D, P. McKelfar, farmer, Rlver- bow; F. C, Hanea, farmer, son; H, A. War wig, farmer, Alderson; A. farmer, Eagle IJutte; H. Uratz, Pincher farmer; A. Mackk contractor, Row Island; W. S. Henderson, farm 'foreman, Now Day H. Kitto, farmer, Vulcan; A. T. farmer, Saflield; J. A. Itylmerson, Wreriham; J. Mocknltz; rfara'er. Mrigralh; H. Kult- sen, farmer. Foremost; P. Jthodes. farmer, Luirfbrecfe; W. M. Garvey, farmer, Wlnnlfred; It Billings ley, [armer. Glenwoodvllte. Allowed till August K. Clark, farmer aud rancher, Ultle Plumo; N. Miehelson, laraier. Stirling; S, Ken- nedy, farmer, OoalLurst; B. H. Au- rswj, farmer, Manyberrlea. Allowed 1111 Oct. McClowan, miner, IxilliliTldRe. MsaHoweih-J. P. Houck .Stavely, well driller; C. K. Burr, Corroer. Many- berries; S. A. Bolster, farmer. Pa- kowki; B. McXeSI. farmer. IV Gwatklu, farmer. Lethbrldge, not to be called before Oct. 31; J. Hugan. farm laborer. Carniangay; N. J. Uou ferjuvf. Grosmoat; A, Jensen, far- mer, Lomond; U. A. Hudson, farmer. Cardston; F. E. Coullry, farmer, Leth- bridge; F. M. Weed, gas engineer, Picture Butte. 3s liiere to be seme effort made by ihis city au'JioriiH'X '.o supply water to vacant loi gardens, no water connections for sprlnklim; pur- posts? Tliiii is what the vacant lot 'gartleucra iiUo lo At noon a telephone i-alt tame lo tho Herahl Ifoni u mail in Ncith Lu'.nbrldge who it a1 that ;p a worXim; hiul gone to considerable trouble and to plunt n vacuit I si in potEitues. L'ltuy have gj-jwn fairl> Tvoil but they need water badly if troji is to result. Htj states that in and Vancouver and MwMclm1 lat the fire brigade is undertaking to water sucli lots as cannot be waterct jy I'lrians of existing conneclioni, and thinks tlio city should undertake the sacio jiiuii here., Me says ho would be; pay for the water. Just at present the city, is pumping about S.QCDfOtK) snllons dally, whlcn ia the capacity of the pltnt, but It Is thought that ol the vacant lot gardens might be given 'a good soak- Ing, aud the commissioners are being asked to consider the plan. I LEMON JUICE TAKES OFF TAN Girls! .Make bleaching lotion if sJun. 1 tinned or freckled Squeeze the juice .of two lemons into a bollle containing three ounces o] shake and' you have a quarter pint ol the best freckle sunburn and tan lotion, and complex- ion beautttter, at very, very small cost Your grocer has the lemons anrl any drug store or toilet counter will sup ply threa ounces ot Orchard White for a few cents. Massage this sweetly fra erant lotion into the face, neck, arms and hands.each, day and, see "how freckles, Bunnuni, ivlntlburn and t disappear anrl how clear, soft and white the skfn fiecomea. Yes! It Is harmless. If You Have Any Radiator Trouble! When you come to the Fair see, us about your radiator1 troubles. We can any radiator trouble' and atlvlso you na to getting service from your rad- iator, ANDY'S' RADIATOR REPAIR STATION f REAR DALLAS HOTEL Has been for quarter a century; baked with ttcep end lortccr than that mid a with any that full tupply can cailiy bo baking and loaf will bo Jutt 01 good the flrtt, WADE IH CANADA EWGILLETT ONT. Was Prevented By Friends Crossed in Love Is On Trial Because, It Is believed', he was cross- ed in love, Peter Bablne, a hired man worfcin son tho farm of OBO. Pal- frey, southeast ol Purple Springs, at- iDmptert to commit suicide on the ev- ening' oE Tuesday, July 16th, but was prevented Mends from, doing so. Ho was takeu lo Taber, and there committed for trial ou a charge of attempted sulclile, On the night ot tlie attempt Babine went lo lils employer. Mr. Palfrey, and banded him lUs money and lila watch, remarking thai that 'would be enough to pay tor the funeral ex- penses, He then wont and got a rifle, and slamUng off tho neighbors who were gathered at the Palfrey farm placed the rifle to his head. Mr. Pal- Irey antl others talked 16 him and de layed him unlil Scott Primrose could he sent for. On tho arrival ot Mr. Primrose, Bablnq was further talked out of atlemptin'g his rcsli act unli! Primrose got close enough 16 grab him and pinion his arms, ;wMIe John Patterson took tlie rifle away from him. Primrose anil Patterson then brought IBabino into Ttvber where he was tafccn in charge by ot the A'l P. P. inu iiuncai ui tut; vcar J- iu this part of Southern Ailierla. Dur- (j ling June (lie mercury climbed to 9C I 1 here one Sunday while at Medicine The Great War "Veterans' Aesoela- ion staging an of war reputes at tho stampede, and ail citi- ens ot '.he cJtykor Oislrici who have ouvei.lrs of this war (bat they would oan to the association, arc reiuesled o phone "the secretary, JI. I'. Maddi- 011, at 372. when he vrill call and col- :ct sanie. The greatest care will be taken of 11 uxhlb'Us. They will be carefully lanrtled and a guard will he ivhh them light and 'day. The Ibant-rs may reel .ssurtd that they will be as safe in tie hands ol the association as (hey vould be when' at homo. Hat it hit 102. Moose Jaw claiming 103. (his time Lethbridge Is right up wilh the rest of them. The weather forecast gives no hint of any moderating influence. So far this month tliern has been practically DO ratn In thta district and the ground is dry and parched. H is confidently expected in some quarters that it will rain during stampede week, but even ir it did the populace would he so gla'il of ft that they would turn out in even larger crowds ihan expected. But the weatherman would be doing a. fiood lurii If he'would (urn on a chilly blast by way ot a change. That Brig. Gen. J. S. Stewart, D.S.O.. wounded In action on July 0, remaining on: duly, was the In- ormaUb'n conveyed In a message from today. Mm. Stewart received Intimation to the same effect u couplo of days ago. After being' sixteen days in tbc great-ice floes of Bering Sea and one nonth and thirteen'days on tho'rpund rip, a passenger liner has completed a "voyage to Nome nnd sf. Michael, Alaska from Seat lie. Officers of Lho ship said v that conilillous iii the north were 'the wo in. ten .years. Th'Oiner brought 000 pounds OE.reindeer meat. Hurrah! How's This Clnclnrtatl authority saye corns dry up and lift out with fingers. wlik-h he extracted papers containing A vtry IIIPUV wedding took place- on Sunday immiiug, July Ilht at tlie reaiilence ot Mr. J. Stanley 1'izer, wiien Mr. Charlt-A Ouimeitc, son of Oulmutte, heojia ilt- I'ljeriOQ. late ot yprjnghili, N.S. united In holy matrimony the Uev. a K. Allan SliiS ALBERTA MAN. Washington, iuly United Stato.? arjny rasualty list today in- cludes liie name of Leslie G. Morrow, 1'onoka, Alberta, died oi Tba list contaias Hfty-acvcn names. Hospital 'records show that ererj :ime you cut a corn you invite lock or blood poison, -which is needless says aj Cincinnati authori'r, who t you that a quarter ounce of a d called freezone can be obtained at III tie cost from the drug" store but is sufficient to rid one's feet of every eoU corn or raJJus. i You apply a few drops of Irpczono on a tender, aching corn, anil soreness is instantly relieved. Short- ly the entire darn can be lifted out, root and all, without pain. This drug Is sticky but dries at once and.Is claimed to just shrivel uji any corn without inflaming or even irri- tating the.surrounding tissue or skin. If your wite. wears bigh .hceis she wlll'be glad to know of At Grounds EVERY EVENING DURING THE STAMPEDP GOOD MUSIC AND GOOD FLOOR HOG PRODUCTION It is a matter of the greatest importance that Canada should increase her produc- tion of BACON HOGS and other live stock as there is at present a world-wide short- age of meat. Good markets for some time to come are assured THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE will gladly make loans to assist farmers io good standing to acquire live stock. LetHbridge Branch- R, T. Brymner, Mgr. NOTHING ELSE LIKE IT IN LETHBR'IDOE Thcro hna never liccn anything In Lothbrldge with (he INSTANT action ot.simple hucklhom Imrk, glyccflnS, clc., na, mixed in AdlcM-ka. 0KB (luahcs, Ihc KNTIRt! tow6l tract so completely It ANV CASE ao'ur slomncli, or con- ndnatlcm nml prevents arpcncijtllb. INSTANTy pleasant action' o( Ad- surprises both doclora Hfeliiboihain ft Co, Teach the Childreri to Save Habits aro in life. Children, and the habit of saving, grow up into good business men and capable women, Theeasiestwaytotcacli children to save, is to start a Savinga Account for each child each is After a child baa saved another dollar to make an additional deposit, he or she hayfl a better appre- ciation of just what a flollarstands for, and now much work and selWeriialitrepresents. MERCHAHT5 BANK HearfOffice: Mnnlreat. OF CANADA Established 1864, R. J. mNNINO, M. LnlHBRIDCEUHANCII, MONAliCtf MODEL BAKERY BREAD Is still good bread and cqnforms strictly to regulations Ask your grocer or phone 1175 and driver will call. N. J. SCHWEITZER, Prop. Gypso Wall Board FOR INTERIOR WALLS AND CEILINGS SEE OUR EXHIBIT AT THE LETHBRIDGE FAIR AND STAMPEDE, JULY 22-27 SOLD BY ALL RELIABLE DEALERS IN BUILDERS1 SUPPLIES MANUFACTURED BY Manitoba Gypsum Co., Limited WINNIPEG, MAN. IMPORTANT AUCTION SALE AT AUCTION ROOMS .TENTH STREET SOUTH FRI. NEXT, JULY 19 COMMENCING AT TWO O'CLOCK PROMPT FRANK WADDINGTON WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION A QUANTITY OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS INCLUDING: Hanclsomn dining'iniU'In'Jn'meil very (Inc sitleto'ard Hr quarter cut oak; oak extending dining large sized dresser In ciuaricr cut oak; .oak liall.aland with oval bevelled mirror; wicker occasional rocker; 3 hurner New Fertectlon Oil Stove with oven; two (me Morris chairs ;palr of lounge chairs In (umeil oak, leajhef sealed; several good rockers; folding cot; child's .cot; White; Rotary machine; two centra tables; oak urn- lirclln stand; swinging verantloh seal; verandah seat; Ihree' very good carpet squares 'Jsecrelalru desk; child's white enamelled oak dinner-wagon; excellent 6-holo rango (Columbia) In good shape; 4-hole baby's chair; two high chairs; lawn mower; enamelled beds olid coll springs, 4 foot and 4jj foot. i AND AT FOUR O'CLOCK DOHERTY PIANO IN MISSION OAK CASE IN Al ORDER At 4.30 there will be sold a Ford 5-Pauenger Car, 1 1917 in Al Running Order. This car will available for demonstration from ID. o'clock Friday morning at tho Auction Rooms. OW.VIEW THURSDAV, 7.00 TO 9.00 TERMS CASH PHONES WAOBtNOTON WITHOUT RESERVE ;