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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 1018 THE LRTHnniDGfc DAILY HERALD LATEST NEWS OF LETHBRIDGE AND THE SURROUNDING DISTRICT ACTION WILL FOR THE LIVESTOCK Harvey Expresses Ihat Corner May Be Established in Feed Harvey one of the loading ranchers of Westorn who expects to winter In tho neigh borhood of told the Her tld thin morning that the action of the government and tho railways In frovldlng cheap transportation for livestock and hay would be a great benefit to tho country and would like ly save the livestock though energetic action will have to bo tak en to get results in Harvey is now endeavoring to buy and is also shipping in cottonseed One of hjs chief complaints IB that the hay grovera of Southern Alborta will not eell their so tho ranchers nro not able to provide for carrying their stock over1 He is afraid that much of tho will be nhipped out of this district and sent and that a large percentage of it will hot come in this the farmers who have hay to sell will find themsel ves another year with a very limited It is up to the hay growers to help us carry over our stock in or jrter to keep them in tho country ano ther One farmer I spoke who has 150 tons of told me be eell it until next I told him that it he didnt sell it till then our stock would be either all out of tho country or A little cooperation is needed of all Fear of a Fear that hay speculators will cor ner tho available hay In tho north and boost the prices to a prohibitive fig ure was expressed by who hopes the government will step in and set a price on price on our wool is practically I am sat isfied to have the government set a price on but I want to bo able to buy to carry over my bands without being held E the government lepre sentative has received a wire from the department at Edmonton to I tho effect that a half rate has been I granted on haying equipment going into the north This was ask1 ed for by tho stockmen at a meeting the other The wire also pointed out that the half rate on hay and did not antf railway fis yet but it that it would be marie to do As for setting a price on the stated that the provincial govern ment had asked tho Dominion gov ernment to set a price on hay to ap ply over the It was thought that the price of hay to tho farmers in the Lesser Slave Lake district will be about per ton and the freight rate Is in the neighborhood of per If all the freight is borne by the railways and tho government it will be possible for Southern Alber ta stockmen to lay down hay hero at per which would be consider ed very Most of the hay from the Lesser Slave Lake and it is thought that district will provide tons if labor can be secured to it will be stacked at Swan Saw Ridge and Drift The Chautauqua By A Short It was Lethbridgo that flmt brought the Chautauqua to Western It was to tho enterprising cit izens who signed last years contract that Lethbrldgo owes this They undertook the enterprise after the cities between here and Winnipeg had rejected Today the being held at more than200 in Western Lethbridgo not only took the lead In this but at Loth brldgo the largest Chautauqua aud yet assembled In con Shall we take a second place In this movement If it behooves our whole citizenship to get behind the So successtul was the program last that when volun teers were called upon to guarantee tho necessary to obtain tho Chautauqua this the following named enterprising citizens unhesi tatingly signed their name to the con tract U Cannon Pill John John John Thomas Hlgin Conybearcj Not one of these citizens can pos sibly get from the Their only object is to benefit the j community Surely this is a laudable effort on their Are you willing to do your part FDR HIE STAMPEDE APPLIES TO MI July Canada Food Board started today to mail license application forms to manufacturers using sugar in the manufacture of their products and who are not al ready operating from tho Tho now licensing order applies to all no mat ter what tho character of their pro duct may who use sugar for man ufacturing con bakers and proprietors of public eating who now hold Cauada Food Board aro not required to secure additional unless they manufacture articles other than those included In tho order under which they already aro Failure to receive an application form from the food board will not re lieve any manufacturer from the ob ligation to obtain a license by Aug Ut on and after which date It will bo illegal for unlicensed nersons to two sugar for manufacturing pur Tn addition to the big the horse races and Miss Katherlne Slin sons aviation the free attractions the big fair next week will bo of a high The Meyer hoff shows of New York are furnish ing tho free grandstand also the These aro the same shows as provided the extra attrac tions at the Ottawa and Sherbrooke fairs last and that thoy have signed contracts to return to those places this year speaks well for There be five events on the grandstand platform each afternoon and These include the Ka mamata Japanese troupe of tumb lers and the Frltches in a comedy juggling and balancing Hohson and Nichols in a comedy rol ler skating act and Elwood and The midway Itself includes four rides and ten One of the the is a new one and will prove a great It has been introduced in Edmonton where it caught the fancy of the The other rides are the mer the biggest ferris wheel on earth and a miniature There are ten sideshows inpluding Ted Metz an il lusion the educated Midget City and the monkey Thfr midway will be located In the same old spot between the main build ing and the Christie and his emphasized the absence of any evidence of the pres ence of enemy That there was if loss of life is indic ated by the fact that the ship was abandoned in good all hands remaining at their posts until order ed to take to tho Jiriy Although Captain Ohrlstio of the cruiser San Diego reported his belief that it wasi torpodo that sent the ship down off i Long Island further re ports today show that five or six i Biines were destroyed by warships In j the vicinity last strengthening tho opinion of naval officers here thul enemy submarine was not respons ible for the A statement by Hear Admiral Pal1 acting secretary of the ile gcribecl the gallant conduct of Captiiiu See Andy If You Have Any Radiator Trouble When you come to the Fair see us about your radiator We can fix any radiator trouble and advise you as to getting service from your rad ANDYS RADIATOR REPAIR STATION REAR DALLAS HpTEL HIGH RIVER From Tim Stanley and daughter had a narrow escape from serious In jury on Monday laat when lie steer Inf gear of their machine broke while going at a fplr Bpeed on heavy roads southeast of the The car turned over and both occupants worn thrown but but with the exception of a slight strata to the doctors log they both emerged The car suffered considerable especially the which was The net proceeds of tho Lock Sloy held on Dominion ami contributed to the funds of the Red Cross amounted to the pretty little running mare owned by Felix and well known on the High River track will race no While at a work out at the exhibition the animal bolted from the track onto rough ground and resulting In in juries that will put an end to her The lad who wan riding got a sudden but escaped Irivate of the 8th is spending a well earned leave in High Illvor aftr being at the front for about twelve He received five shrapnel while there and is still suffering from the effects of He experts to undergo further treatment when he returns to Calgary and we hope will be successful in restoring him to his former health Detective Hesketh Finds Body of Young of Macleod While hunting for raitln along the batiks of the Olid Mnn river northwest of Monarch on the oviiiing of the Robert Clark and hibrother camo across tho body of ilnad ohInvestigation by Detective Hesketh 6f the was found to be MRtinBell of the youner of R tt who vj while trying to ford the Old Man river on May 16th Mnunsoll is one of tho Macleod old timers nnd the dis appearance of his son In the high wa ter period In May created a For days tho search wns carried but no trace of tho remains could be The accidental discovery on Wednesday evening shown that the body was carried down about fifteen It was lying on the bank about throe foet above the water On the finger was a gold ring with the monogram while the clothing on being described to the young mans identified ho remains as those of the mlgaing young Coroner Humphries was hut decided an inquest was Tho re mains were rehioved to Macleod for Fifty women in Detroit are combing the office buildings to secure recruits for the United States imobile Cars AND Samson Tractors SEEOUS EXHIBIT AT THE GROUNDS DURING FAIR DISTRIBUTORS HARRIS ROSSITER 112 5th Street Phone 1712 HAS CREW ABOARD July arrival at an Atlnnlir Port of the steamship San bearing the entire crow of the American steamer which wiis sunk in collision wltfc the San on July 800 miles from the American was nnnouiund indny by the navy m nn Youll like Mode Bakery Bread better than any you ever tasted None equal it for vits flavor and It is a war yet retains that delicious tang of The family is sure to relish You can buy our bread at grocers or direct from The Model Bakery PHONE 1175 Saturday Night Specials At Tobacco Section tins Old Chum Saturday 82c Hudson Bay fine Regular per box of Royal yz Regular 90c per tin Large Regular 2 plugs McDonalds Chewing Tobacco also Regular 2 Tobacco beat all kinds to choose Regular 79c 79c 25c 40c Players Cigarettes 50 in tin Regular Old Chum and Sweet Caporal Regular 2 6Sc 25c Candy Section Very Finest Regular 50c 35c Finest Peanut Regular 40c 30c Bars Cowans Sweet Eating Regular Special Best Scotch Regular 35c 20c 30c Visit the Farmers Store when You Come to the Fair and Stampede Here is a store planned to meet the needs of the working We stock everything a man requires to make a complete working Our lines of underwear are what the working man demands in quality the price is lower than he Our finer lines for dress wear are just as We can dress a man up to look well at a much lower cost than any other store for we bought before the latest advance We would especially draw attention to our snecial line of boys and youths wearing You will like Save Your Expenses at the Fair by Outfitting at The PalaceClothing Company Fitfh next Bank of THE GRAHAM MOTOR i Recharge and Repair Storage Batteries of All Makes AGENTS FOR EXIDE BATTERIES Manager OPENAIR At Exhibition Grounds EVERY EVENING DURING THE STAMPEDE GOOD MUSIC AND GOOD FLOOR Gypso Fibre Wall Board FOR INTERIOR WALLS AND CEILINGS SEE OUR EXHIBIT AT THE LETHBRIDGE FAIR AND JULY 2227 SOLD BY ALL RELIABLE DEALERS IN BUILDERS SUPPLIED MANUFACTURED BY Manitoba Gypsum Limited ;