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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JULY nip, LETHnmncE DAILY PAGE SEVEN LATEST NEWS OF LETHBRIDGE AND THE SURROUNDING DISTRICT Manager Moore of Ihc big fair camo back from MoAlcltw Hat last nlglit with" tlio eonlracl for two flights ly Miss Kathcrtae Stiuson In Ills nockel. Tlio IHllo birilivoman who Uirilted the west by Vr (cat ot flying from Cal- gary to Kdmonton, In 2 hours and 5 minutes will make two nights lu Leth- on Saturday, the last day ot tho fair, one In ttie atterrioou aud one In HID evening. SJie will also drive a racing race against time. At Slio lowered Ihe track rec- ord to 1.04 and it Is expected that she .will lilat this mark here. With a pro- gram of slumpeJc, Indian Couimlsstorie- Freeman fs also ar, ranging- the'largcst crowds ever transported op railway systoih, will run to the nark md In'order to keep them nioviug without the.usual excessive ot ;ho red line, a crows' ncsi haa been erected opposite the pavilion in Hen derson Park from ivhlcli cars will be semaphored where to stop and where to p.ass. By this method It ts expected This is Suggestion of Prof. Adams At Town Planning Commission Meellrfg Commissioner Mcech returned last night fro on the second conference held In Calgary dealing with the govern- inent's proposal to remove certain suMlvislous trom the limits of the four large cities of tho province. The con fere nee. was in connection with Uie town planning convention, and Mr. Adams, of the Dominion commission of conservation, was" the principal speaker, Mr. Adams, according lo Jlr. Meeth'fi report, is miner favorably in- to bo able lo1 carry one-third' more clined to the proposal to kaep farm features provided tor Saturday, tho last day o( the fair promises to be one ol the best and a ME repeal crowd IB sure to be pji hand. Big Crowds Mr. states that great crowds may he expected from every point nlong the lino iiom iis ta' cast as Medicine Hat, while even Maple Creek Is also sending a delegation. From Great Falls there are a number of auto parties corahlg through, while Cranbrook and Fcrhle people have been waiting tor this opportunity to the city. Tho news of the excel jence of last year's stampede has spread far and wide, and the prepare (Ions (or-the event tills year; wblcl will he staged wltMii 100 feet ot Instead ot a couple 1'undred yards away arc going lo prove n big attraction.. Mr. Moore states that the performers at Medicine Hat were of Titgli quality but llie wore so far from the grand stand that tho crowd didn't gel a chance to see everything This Is the very thing that-.lias been guarded against here, and on that account the stampede at- traction will rank a little ahead of nnythtrig in the nature ot a wild west sh'ow ever Western Canada. The midway which Is providlng.tne sideshow attractions at Mcdiclno Hat Is the best thnt ever attended the fairs in the smaller cities in the west, says Mr. Moore, anil this feature alone will be worth the price ot admission. The. free attractions In front ot tho grand- stand which will be combined with the fitiimnede and the horse races each af. ternoon ami evening, vrjll provide, pro as full of. thrills and actlon.'afi Aceomrfiodattbn from the Major Jack-Rosa Chapter I. 0. D. E. niter accommodation tor. Hie visitors show that Lcthbriage.'ouEht to be aulo to lake cara ol tho crowds In good style. The fair board management and the city-will brook nothing In the of excessive cjia'rge.l during the lair, and this fact will prove a draw- ing card in its elf, -This was the plan followed last'year, arid it be Iho case this year again. NEWS Onofour.Muly W. Chamuera, -weed last week "but found IU was loo dry for weeds lo grow.'- Ixiiila Demuolenaere has returned from St. Kilda for Wallace Ross. The 4ih of July celehration at Com- rey was attended by Onefour and thoroughly enjoyed by all. A prairie, firo started on Iho west aide of tho Lost, lUver Saturday, Iho hut by ,lhe efforta of tho selllera il-waa driven dpivn'onlo tho peninsuU between Loal River and Milk Hiver, And beaten out against the cut-'lmnks' and "bad lands1' out doing any serious harm. 13, rvllahson, of Aldcrson, came in Wedncadiiy to visit his people at Greenq'a. ji-A" ofltce Is'proposed at Anthony's on Section 15-3-7, and Sam- u6l Cross, mail contractor, has been asked ,lo addv It to.hla roule from Jianybbrrlea." passengers, -Good transportation lo Lhe. grounds at.five cents each way 13 one of the things visitors like about the YfethbWdgefair. It Is not neces- sary to take a jUney at 50 cents each reducing (he cost of seeing the fair. -The Fees Entrance to tho grounds this year will be 60 cents for the afternoon pro- gram and 2E> cents at night. In the afternoon grandstand seats wUl be 50 cents and the reserved Beats 50 cents addlUonal, :EO. that one may have the best seat In'the-stand for a ament there. Calling upon the four cities to cooimouco the preparation of tuch a plan the different kiuds of lands itud the manner in which they sliould be dis- tinguished. Calling upon tutli city to confirm the decisions of Die cun- tereuce ao. that the data ;uid plans may be placed before iln> Board of Utilities at one time at a later date. Mr. Adams promised to make an- other visit to a corresponding cbufer- enco at a later date and to heli> In the supervision of the preparation ot the schemes outlined free of charge. A 'further resolution vas passed asking that the provincial government not allow any transfer.? to be regis- tered unless certificates showing that previous year's taxes had been paid were he conference lasted from 10 to about 5 p.m.' ,Tlte CaJgary Board of Trade enter- tained the delegates at, luncheon.' lands within the city and to use them as such. Mr. Meech's report follows: The morajng session was given over entirely to Mr. Adams, who outlined! the general urinciples ot assessment and mado it clear that ol taxation in Canada was In the nature "of an ei-provlncial. The in here was a. change from what might be called the estab- lished system ot taxation and appar- ently was not sound. We had gone farther than Henry George contemp- lated and it was necessary to recos- nizo that there was no halfway house between individual ownership of land total cost of 51-60. This was less than was charged 'for tho land private ownership.- is a stampede laa'l year' The afternoon1 -1--' programs will start at ono and last 1111 five while the evening programs1 will run from about 6.30 till 10 o'clock, This double program is a new feature of the big fair and is bound lo orovc very populari with tho -city, people .vho, unable to attend In the afternoon, ivhl'.bo able lo visit the fair'in tho evening. One of the features oE the evening program each day' will be Iho calf branding contest which pro- vided one of the'thrills of the stam- pede last-year." Hon. Marshall Officiates Monday la.opening day, when en- tries will be put In place and exhibits created. Tuesday nfternoon the fair proper opens. Hon. Duncan Marshall, minister of agriculture; will open Ihe fair, and It Is likely that- Chas.. M. Ilussejl, the artist will open Iho stampede.. Tuesday .-after- Example Made of Firm Who Advertised Korbidden Quan- tity of Sugar and Flour necessity for production and that does not of food only. Mr. Adams strongly advised having farms outside the city limits and gave numerous instances such as the City of Sheffield, England, which city bad half its area as farms. If the a rears at present inside the, city limits were classified into various kinds of lands designating its use, while this might result in classing quite an area, as farm lands it would have a lendeucy to increase the value ot lots not class: ed as farm lands and so help in the matter of.taking care to somo extenC of the desire, to maintain the "present jtotal assessable value of; the city ad "a whole. Resolutions were passed calling upon the Public Utilities Commission to refrain from giving .final judgment In any of the cases now before II utj- til each of the cities had an Ottawa, July iu disregard of the regulations limiting holdings of sugar 'am) flour wfll not be tolerated by the Canada Fooil Board. Announcement was made by the food board today liiat an example had been made .of .Hyau brothers of Truro, This concern, in a re- cent advertisement Jn Hie Truro Nova advised 'people lo buy a barrel ot lour and a sack of sugar. In the case of sugar, the sis) GUI cut was made '.the, price Is advancing." When the advertising. came to the attention of [he board, tJie latter telegraphed to Ryan r forbidding them lo sell any or sugar for ten days. "Such type of advertising must be slopped at the message reads. oppor- noon' also the judging starts, and aaltuntty to present a plan dealing Bpcc- it Is dayj a bumper opening with the uses to which lands crowd may bo looked for. put, arid the principles of See Andy If Mi Have toy Radiator Trouble! When you come (o the Fair, see us about your radiator troubles, .no To Cover Workmen in City Taxes To lie Figured On Another new problem [3 iug tho city, and that to the waller of workmen's com pen sat too. At the council meellug this morning, a bin was- (abletl from the commission on workmen's coiupeusatioa for Albena calling on Ihe city to pay into funds ol iha commission on ac- count of compensation Insurance on! city miners (or tho month of June. This .bill Is figured on a pay- roll of per monllu Tbe new Compensation Act passed at Hie last session of Parliament is in cKccL uoiv, anil has been siuce June 1< and the arrival of a bill for compensation premiums on one par- lion ot (lie clly's payroll is a practical demon si rat! ou of Hie (act. Cily Soli- citor Ball was present at tlio meeting of (lie council anil explained the meas- ure. Under 11, the city ts required to pay a prcmEutn baeed the payroll or alt employees lit the coa! mine and public utilities. As this runs about a year the amount tho city will bo called upon to pay yearly will he about ta 53000. For the past two years the city has been carrying its own liability Insur- ance, and It was the intention to car- ry it continuously. The latc.the city was charging itself ivas per cent on tho payroll, willi tho result, that it now has to its credit in a fund for this purpose. As the total debits against the fuud have only been about Iho interest on tlie already in reserve haa been paying tho claims, and the commissioners consider it soro touch that this money should now all go lo the government. However, the city Is relieved of paying greater compensation claims than ?2500 in the case of any injury or accidental death. The bills will be paid as tucy coine in. Another Tax. -v Another government account on which the city must now figure one for live cents per ton fur all coal tak- en out of the city mine. Commission- er Freeman is protesting against tli to the but Caiel Inspec- tor states that no provlsloa is made for suoli aa a mine own- ed a (.-Hy a public utility and vho thy must until it Is decided whe- ther ihe government daslres to uut tli tough ;m amendment. This will in- crease ihe price ol coal to the pc-wer payment of tbe bill as no coal is soldi house from to per ton. THE GRAHAM MOTOR CO. Recharge and Repair Storage Batteries of All Makes AGENTS FOR EXIDE BATTERIES E.AINSWORTH, Manager At Exhibition Grounds EVERY EVENING DURING THE STAMPEDE GOOD MUSIC AND GOOD FLOOR MODEL BAKERY BREAD Is slill good bread and conforrris strictly to regulations, Ask your grocer or phone 1175 and driver will call. N. j. SCHWEITZER, Prop. can fix any (rouble and adrise you ns lo getting service' from your rad- .lalor. v ANDY'S RADIATOR REPAIR STATION REAR DALLAS HOTEL Gypso Fiire Wall Board FOR INTERIOR WALLS AND CEILINGS .SEE OUR EXHIBIT AT THE LETHBRIDGE FAIR AND STAMPEDE, JULY 22-27 SOLD BY At-L RELIABLE DEALERS IN BUILDERS' SUPPLIES j MANUFACTURED BY Manitoba Gypsum Co., Limited WINNIPEG, MAN. Mr Week Price Attractions I At the M's To .who must get 100% value for'eyery dollar you .exjienditure' this year must represent .sound investment rather than .extrava- gknce, a visit to our store. Look over the many price attrac- tions we have prepared specially for fair week only. See the Hundreds of Fit- Reform and Society Brand Better Clothes Suits with a reputation for good service, reliability of materials and a guarantee as to fit. Selling Fair to Thise suits are worth today from to more than we ask: SEE THESE SUITS AND SAVE Pay a Visit to Qur Shoe Dept. In this department you will find many templing values in high' grade fpotwear. We specialize in.the Geo. A. Slater, Regal and other reliable makes. Shoes ior Dress Wear. Shoes for. the Working'Man. Prices, to Price Stampede in Men's Furnishings STRAW HATS, your choice at Half Price COMBINATION UNDERWEAR to Balbriggan'. S1J5 Balbrlggan Underwear, Mesh, two-piece. Regular 75c. To Clear 50c AtHetic, B. V.D. Athletic Silk Combinations............... SILK SHIRTS to Dress Shirts, odd lines in W. G. R., Cluett and other makes. Regular to values. To clear 95c MA'NY OTHER LINES ATTRAOTIVELY PRICECXFOR FAIR WEIK. v CALL AND HAVE A LOOK. Dr. Jaeger'i Wookni, Fit-Reform Clothing, f Society Brand Clothing, R. J. inglis Shirts and Clothing, Chett Shirts and The, Geo. A. Slater Shoei, The Regal Shoes, Carhartt Overalls. McKelyie KirKha Largest Dirfribntors of Men's Wear m Southern Aiberii McGuire Utttrifct ;