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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. .lULY 18, 1918 run LETHBRIDC.R DAILY tfER\LD fagk'seven LATEST NEWS OF LETHBRIDGE AND THE SURROUNDING DISTRICT � Kllcven appilcal Ions were dlBiillowod Ijy tho local roviow triljuiinl on tlio jJiiHt lUiy of its sltUuK ycstorclay. Diir-'jiig Uit! Umo the trlbunul liiiH hnoii Bitting nbout 150 cliBuUowancos liavc luenii iiiailo. It Is not Ilkoly llio triliunal will ro-Fiimu worlc agnlit until Nov. lnt, wlion tlia cneea iillowod until tlml dalo will I again have to bo doalt with. } A question of Importance discussed j by tlio board hero wn.'i the Htulns of I farmors, wbo arc oxoiupted as such, but who aro compelled ijccause of the Btlil)rldge, not (o bo called before Oct. lil; .1. lioKan, farm laborer. Carmangay; N. .1. Hon-tin, farjner, Orosmont; A. .lonBOii, (armor, Lomond; II. A. Hudson, farmer. Cardston; P. E. Coultry, farmer, Lculi-brldge; F. M. Weed, gas ongiaccr, Picture Butte. LEMON JUICE TAKES OFF TAN Girls! Make bleachiiig lotion if skin, is, sunburned, ,. tanned or freckled SquoQzo the juice of two lemons into ,a bottle containing three ounces of , Orchard Wiite, shake w611, and you have a quarter pint of the best freckle, sunburn and tan lotion, and complex Ion boautlfter, at very, very small cost. Your grocer has the lemons and any drug store or toilet counter will snp-I)ly three ounces of Orchard White for a few cents. Massage this sweetly fragrant lotion Into the face, neck, arms and hands each day and see how freckles, sunourn, windburn and tan disappear and how clear, soft and white the skin becomes. Yes! It la harmless. SUPPLY WATER FOR GARDENS Is there to be seme effort ninde by the (ity !v',itlio,"i\',t's to supply water to the vacant lot g.irdcns v/hlcl\ ai'vc no water connections for sprinlilim; liur-roc.ts? ThiiL is v.'hat the vacant lot garilenera v/onid .ike to knov At noon a telephone call came to the Herald I'l'oni a man In Notth I.c'.libridge who aai.'it tliiif \\i lit.-, a worV.Ini; man v ho had aonn to con-siderable tvoulde aiid expena; to nj:int a vaei.u*. iji in potal:)e.s. riicy have giown fairly well but they need water badly it a crop is to result. Hq states that in Ciilgltry and Vancouver and MoTicine Hat the fire brigade is undertaking to water sucli iota as cannot be water;;;! by i'lCiins of exi.iting connectioin. and tlilnks tlie city Hhjtild iinderttike tlie same tiir.n hero. >lo says ho would be willing to pay for the water, .lust tit present tlio city is pumping nbout .'?,000.000 gailoiis daily, which is the capacity of the plunt, but it is thought that each of the vacant lot gardens might bo given a good soaking, and the conimissionera are being asked to consider the plan. ES PICTURES EDE Chas. M. Russell Will Paint Here-Other Notai)Ies Are Coming BERFARIR TRIED SUICIDE Was Prevented By Friends Crossed in Love-Is On Trial Charles M. UnsscU, the grnatcU of the great western cowboy artlsl.-t, will lit! a visitor to the city next week to attend the monster stampede. Mr. KusHOll is !i Groat Falls citlz.'ifl who lias made a wonderful name for him-soli as tl painter of western life scones. Ho is also a great friend of Hay Kniglit and is well known to many other Southern Alberta old time ranchers, and the news that he Is coming lends the stampede an air of tliat frontier breeziness v/liicli Is the drawing chavaclerislic of all such attractions. Mi^. Russell Is I lie artist who paintt'd the well known picture "Pike's Peak or Bust." It is not, definitely known whellier there wlH be an exhibit of liis work here, liut this will be arranged if at all possible. There are to be many other notable westerners hero tor the sttimiiedo, and one of them will be ,Iesso Knight, father of Ray Knigiit. Mr. KnigUt is one of iho pioneers of Utah, and his wealth is rated well up in the oiglit figures. He will bo accompanied by Ills wlfo and his son-in-law, R. R. Alien, wife and family. The [inrty left Tuesday ni.oniing by motor from Provo, Utah. Their coming was a complete . ; � ? ? > BANK CLEARINGS ? This week ......... J'.Mfl,r,l7 ; Last year ......... S^fi.illl ? > : f :� : : * : : : : > > NOTHING ELSE LIKE IT IN LETHBRIDGE VE HY E^l Tlio Grsal War Veterans' Association iire staging an exhibit.on of war trophies at tlio stampede, ami all citizens of the city or dlstric who have suuvoiiirs of this war fliui ih'n- would loan to tho association, are rofiucsted to phone tile secretary, II. P. .Maddi-son, 'M. HTL', when he wil) c;ill and collect name. The greatest care will li.' inlani of all exhibits. They will \n; c:;u-efully handled and a guard will h>- '.viih tliem niglit and day. The loain'rs iii;:y rest assured that they will be iis safe in the hands of the associutitm as tiiey would be when at home. E. S SL !LY WOyiED That Brig. Gen. J. S. Stewart. D.S.O.. was slightly v,-ounded in actitni on July 10, remaining on duty, was the in formation conveyed in ;i inessage from Ottawa today. Mm. Stewart received an intimation to the same effect u couplo of days ago. After being sixteen days in the great ice floes of Bering Sea and one month and thirteen d;i.v.-; on the round trip, a passenger liner has completed a voyage to Nome and St. Michael, Alaska from Seattle. omcers of the ship said tiiat conditions in the north wore the wors't In ten years. The liner brought 77,-000 pounds of reindeer meat. 0 Those are the dog days! At two o'clock this afternoon the tliermonieter in .front of the Herald Otilce registered ft!) in tlii' shade. In the sun the temperature was roosting round 120. And still rising! This is the hottest spell of the year in this part of Southern Aliierta. ihir-ing June tlie mercury climbed to !)fi here one Sunday while at .Medicine Hal it hit 102. i\Ioosn Jaw claiming 103. But tills time I.ethhridge is rlgiit up witli the rest of tliem. Tho weather forecast gives no hint of any moderating Inllucnce. So far tlii.'j mnnth there has been practically no rain In this district and tlie ground is dry and parched. It is coniidently expected in some quarters that it will rain during stampede week, but even if it did the populace would be so glad of it that they would tiiTii out in even larger crowds than'expected. But the weatherman would be doing a good turn if he would turn on a chilly blast by way of a change. COLEMAN (From Th(. liulletln.) The att(Midancc at lln^ Siiuini'-r .Sc'lionl and Camp liiis been all thai could be desired, ami h'rge numbers of people from Coleman iinil oihir I'nsfl towns are taking advanlitge of the opportunity to lictu- tiio excellent lectures and addrc?so.'!. John Desjardins, ii resident of Cole-man s-ince last. Oci.oIkm-. climbed llu^ CrnwH .Vest .MoiniliiJn on Juno ;;ilh, m.t..!ng tho asceuf firini the north nklo. At the suinniil ho found iv.-o iiiiiail stone niontiineiils. the tvestc'rii une of whicli contained a bottle from wlii and the habit of saving, grow up into good business men and capable women. The easiest way to teach children to save, is to start a Savings Account for each child ($1.00 each is sufficient). After a child has saved another dollar to make an additional deposit, he or she will have a better appreciation of just what a dollar stands for, and how much work and self-denial it represents. lCRCHANTSBANK Head OfHce: Montreal. OF CANADA. Established I eQ4. LE'IHBUIDGE JRANCH, >  . , R. J. DINNINC, Man>(er. MONARCH BRANCH, . V,,A. BBERLY, Actin* M�no�er. NOBl,IiFORD HRANCM, . M. A. KlLPATRlCK, Acting Mana(er. .�gMp:illllllHIIIMIII '-IIIMMII I---- ---------- - MODEL BAKERY BREAD Is still good bread and conforms strictly to regulations Ask your grocer or phone 1175 and driver will call. N. J. SCHWEITZER, Prop. Gypso Fibre 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 BUILDERS' SUPPLIES MANUFACTURED BY Manitoba Gypsum Co., Limited WINNIPEG, MAN. IMPORTANT AUCTION SULE AT WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS TENTH STREET SOUTH FRl. 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: Handsome dining Bnlte In fnmed palt; very Cine sideboard In-(inartor cut oak; oak extending dining table; largo sized dresser In quarter cut oak; oak ball atand with ovul bevelled mirror; wicker occasional table; child's wicker rocker; 3 burner New Perfection Oil Stove with ovou; two fine Morris chairs ;pair of lounge chaira In fumed oak, loa^her seated; several good rockers; folding cot; child's cot; White Rotary machine; two centre tables; oak umbrella stand; swinging verandah seat; verandah .seat; three very good carpet saunres ;secretaire desk; child's white enamelled rtoak; oak dinner wagon; excellent (i-hole range (Columbia) In good shape; 4-liolo cook stove; baby's chair; two high chairs; lawn niowor; whlto ouamelled bods and coll springs, 4 loot and 4Vi foot. AND AT FOUR O'CLOCK DOHERTY PIANO IN MISSION OAK CASE IN Al ORDER At 4.30 there will be sold a Ford 5-Passenger Car, 1917 Model in Al Running Order. This car will be available tor d'emonatratiou from 10 o'cloclc Friday morulug at the Auction Rooms. ON VIEW THURSDAY, 7.00 TO 9.00 TERMS CASH ! PHONES 770-4�9 WADDINQTON SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE .......A. 73 44 11753? 243 ;