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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta the f.jrrH6ite^te daily hrrald SATURDAY, JULY 20, tfllH Xetbbriboc Deralb tINa! dOMPANV, UMiTID m>fth,�trMlt Seutiv Lathhrldf* PrwArat �ad MAniftiic DJr*ctor TVLPPHONK* BaitSMi Ottic* .............. Ufl PUtortU Otflc* .............^ U14 ukMrl^len RatMi �mf, e�UTer�d, p�r wert .*�,* Dally, d�UTmd. p�r r�w .....f>oe Mly, by mall, per yumr ......1*00 ,WMkIy. *y mmlU per y��r .....I1-�J IWMkly. by m*ll. p�r y�*r to TI.8..I1.M d�teB of esplry ot nbiCrtpttoBi pmr dally on ddr��t labaL Aeoapi-ot papers tMe. asplraUttS data li aathorlty to contlnua tka lub-acrlpUaa. out before Lethbrtdso cnn get back ca tba eizbdbltlon nap, and until LethbiidKe is back on the map In this regard It csuinot bo known for what It really U In the way of a Urostock aad grain producing district, Magrath, Raymond and Cardston nro el'osejr linked up wlUi Lotlibrldgo in Ihia matter. Wliat advertlaoa tho products of one district advertlsea the whole district, ttnd Sotithorn'Alberta oflnnot atford to continue without its nnnual exhibition. It is thoroforo Important tbat there should bo a large Attendance tJil.'i year In order that tho dc-licit can be wiped out, and wo have no donbt that it will bo. The Uay-mond-Magntth pooplo in a hurrlodly-ataced etampedo last Year wiped out a daticlt ot 12,200 and plied up a surplus. TSls year, with four towns cooperating and with everything under-wken on o larger scale there should be the biggest crowds la tho history of the city present. The outlook for the exhibition and stampede week is good. Lethbridgs is '^PICKED im PASSINGMl Wink ' Practically $400,00 T^as received.i-for ilio Red Cross in Saskatchowan in tho recent big "drive,, fifty wioman in JjQtroit are combing Ihci office buildings to eecuro recruits for tho United States nnvy. Slaughter of caribou by timber wolves ie said to have been heavy In tho northwest provinceii last winter. C. H. Jnrvis, who farms near Dakota, Man., while driving his team, ran over a wolf and broke ita back. �Winnipeg Is askl.ig Its citizens tor 5|,OO0,OOO tor tho wator project. The efty will pay 6 34 per cent for tlio money. All draftees of categories under A" are to be struck off tho strength ! of tho C.E.F. according to news from prepared to entertain, the visitors In i Ottawa, a royal manner, and when It is uil ^H� progress r the Wa*�. ' K total of priaonere of 77,00b and a ||l�ln oC from two to six miles Is the treooni the new allied offensive for 4h� firat two days. The battle rone �f Hhe new drive is being extended by th� American and French forces, and the Qerman flanks are becoming ser- Tho superlorose at Rosay hall Edmonton, has been called to Kingston, i Ontario to take up tho dutloa of tho head of the Order of the Sisters of Providence. Both Mayor Davidson and Controller J. \V. Cockburn, vico-chairnjan of tho Board of Control, are said to bo mayorality candidates tor Winnipeg at next election. \ Wl^ile the famorteLewiB ceae of"R. ^ Bennett ot^ Calgary Isv'stiU sftW ^dice. the .country may oBce.^iiiare breathi^ easier, A serious ;^1s1b 'baa jhwn paased. It baa bad an;-ill-effect jeji^ecialtji^iiii 'Quebec where.i^e peopte ihiid aettjei^ down to accent^ the ^MfH-tifty Service Act W a truly patriotic nanner,- but we may hope i that th� - WroniPt action of the highest court df .tie land In npbolding the honor ;an4 Idignlty. ot the-foremment wHl }i.aT�tliB �ttect of once more impressing on all ftkat Canadk ic at war a^d'toeana to' l^e it throvigb;. . . ^SEBALL NOT A ' " >JtPCE$SARY OCCUPATION. .Major and. njlnor leagjieV baseball players in the United States must ielther work or fight That is the dlc- \. tljn of the secretary of the States tor ,war as expressed yesterday, and the ijeath knell of league ball during the tenure ot the war was thereby rung. It la eyldent that Secretary Baker, . while be considers amusement necea- - aary, does not oonaider it necessary tbat husky man, whether of draft age . or not, are properly employed when they giye up all their time to playing baseball for the amuaomant ot the public. They must be employed in aome necessary occnpation, and that . being the case they cannot spend their time travelling about playing , tmaeball. . There weoref*ry. There ara many, ina&y plaoea in Canada and the United '; States which haye not been able to boast profeselonal 'baaeball aince the jDommencement ot the war. These l^iaoea hare been content with the .'Biiataur brand, which ia played dur-tatg the apara time of playors who aro ragularly easaged in eome needful oc- |bupatlon.. secretary Baker does not i|i^e agidniit'baseball, but ' he does ;ive affMnat'it ai an .occupation. It y^||-;a liizary to be Indulged In after j' W da^'js worjt is done,, �^iSVT THK ^AIR '^-llfXT WtKK. tnot overlook the ezbiblta. They Uvthe' boiaiMKof �A oybiSlflo* Vi||tfthaM tiisea wftrntnted. So aee the ^'jiiilWbtta. ! oouna, you �n� going to the fair. ileti-'weV iir�itl�r''reiait'(i�-lii * dlit jtC IM09- 7A�t nut be .wipe^ Bn&leVovlnc^" Barons, Jyly 19.--^fr. Halliday, inspector for the Hall Insurance Board, Calgary, and father of H. H. Halliday, federal member for Little Bow constituency, was in Barona on Friday inspecting crops damaged by the Btoran a week previously. The Barons local of the United Farmers of Alberta and tho local braneh-of^the .Woman's Institute have arranged, to hold a joint celebration on the 6th August. An extenalve program has been prepared, including two baseball games, auto 'races, horse racea,,foot racfis, etc. Pro7islon Is being made fdr'the entertainment ot a very large crowd and a big time Is expected. Prizes are offered for the V.P,A. local and the Woman's Instl-tut� branch having most members in parade. Barons barred from competition in both cases. Mr. and Mrs, E. R. Popham and family, Mr. and Mrs. C, HoUinbeok, Mr. X3, Welsh, Mr;and 1418. Stanley Welsh and Mia� Made.Welsfe.are spending a JiolidaT at Waterton Ijake�. The Maetaall aub haa, at.last, got tPKOlOiecra: tood.rtekm. Carmanxay vlsr Ued y� pn pridsy evening and went Uqtne defeated by-a score of 10 runs '"tb'9f aiid Oraniimleam-acrdsa to conquer on Tuesday evening, to return defaated,^..tl>e score being 7 > to-6, In t^e-lat.ter prohibiting the apoaking of the German .language over th.e � tele-phpnes'in South Dakota. The.ordei also prphlblta this language .beini spoken anywhere. In public or pplvate in a coavenaatjion in which mors tban three persons ate'eng�g6S^"'" A Portland ordinance impoaes a penalty on drivers of delivery wagons or others who drop broken bottles or giasa on the streets and neglect to gather , them up. The Ipss caused to auto owners through carelesaneas in this way amounts, to tboiisands ot dal-lars yearly. � : . , That the eteeV rails r^nnatved from, the G.T.P. tracks that ijaralleh-'the. C.N.R. are now - bein^r iWed by the' German forces In France is tho statement made by WT, A. Rae, M.Li.A., for Peace River, Alberta. Jlr. Rae points out that the rails removed from tho transcontinental lines were sent to the districts occupied by the kaiser in his 1918 spring drive. Premier Lloyd George In a few words moved, ex-Premler Asqullh seconded and the members.of the house of commons unanimously adopted this resolution: 'That this house attend St. Margaret's, Westminster, on Sua day, the 4th ot August, It being tho fourth anniveraarj; ot the declaration of war, to Invoke divine blessing on our Just cause." Under the- will of James Douglas, former president of the copper producing firm ot Phelps, Dodge & Co., $100,000 is bequeathed to the Kiing ston General Hospital, Ontario, andl McGlll University, Montreal, receives JoO.OOO for a dormitory. The value of Mr. Douglas' oatate Is not given, except that it is estimated to be more than $1,000,000 in pereonal property; and more than 175,000 In real estate! At Brighton,-England, Bernard Op-penhelmor Is aponding �100,000 on a scheme for employing disabled soldiers and sailors in^ the diamond cutting industry. Ho 1.B working in conjunction with the ministry ot pensions and Is building up a factory capable of employing 1,600 men. A minimum weekly Wage of �2 after fllx wepka' training is agreed upon. The prdject la an.efCort to Rapture thin trade from the,Germans, who almost monopolljsed It before the war. Nlnoty-per cent, of tho diamonds ' the Germans were cutting came from British possesttions. .Albert*.'cittfe won anany prtxes at the..SasMtotti fair. Poison .placed f6r wolves at Paddling Lake,' Sktk., has killed more docs than wolves. Prince Arthur of Coniiaught will spend lour days at Banff on his trip across Canada, ,T. H. Bradburn, timekeeper on the G.T.P. was Sentenced to one year's Imprisonment for forgery. night Lieut. Allan McLeod. Stonewall's young "V.C. is dangerously ill in hospital In London following an operation. A Winnipeg lady had her face badly wounded by a butcher knito thrown at lier by a 10-year-old boy with whom she had been plaiylng, Tho 8askaitoop-phoenix -has  been bought by tjip^ivrt^horn . Publishing Co. headed by'^Chas. Smith, formerly of the Londo^^ Adv^rt.l8or. Commercial production of the Vancouver Island rnlnes in .Tune aggre-gatpd 137.S95 long .tons compared with 143,000 tons in June a j'oar a�o; William A. Ramsay, a resident "of Scotland, fonnerly of Toronto.,;.;,JMW presented $600,000 worth ot property In Toronto to^provlde a trust fund tor hospitals and other charities. For the first time in forty years Sergt. Arthur James Bennett, of the Royal Horse Artillery, ot Toronto, was unablo to walk .1ft the Orange Day parade. He had ' net been In good health tor some time and died the same morning. One hundred and fifty local war veterans sang "Pack Up Your Tro^ibles" 'during an all-night concert at Moose Jaw, whljt; they waited the opening of iBe Dominion Lands ot flee to file land claims early-}a the morning. The' Inability,'to.;s'ocure tonnage has resulted In '\00,Qd6 cases of salmon yalued.at appnglrbately $1,000,000 being tied up.,i6n-the waterfront al tho.ugh Bold; fb bui-ers In Allied coua-triea long ago. salmon la all ot last; year's pacl�-l!nd the Inability to ; move It !threateti['Berlou> loss to the Vancouver 'Interfita. Efforts, have been made to A^e space from grain vessels, but #�BDut result, all the availably'ionnajgaSl being, used . lor ^CovTiNiito; �moM fwixi Pin) 1 Specials for Stampede I THE GOODS TALK LOUDER THAN PRICES Men's Suits in grey tweeds and brown. Special $15.00 One Line of Navy Blue Serge Suits. Special ... $17.S0 Fancy All Wool Brown Worsted Suits. Special $22.50 Men's Gunmetal Dress Shoes in either button or lace, worth lip to $10.00 per pair. Special.....$7.00 Men's Tan, Fine Box Calf Dress Shoes ,in either button or lace. Special per pair................$7.50 One Line of Box Kip Blucher. Special per pair $4.50 (5IG REDUCTIONS IN MEN'S ODD PANTS, RAINCOATS, SUIT CASES. HATS, CAPS, ETC. M. GOODMAN 210 Fifth Street South sey, Chester Byers and all the rest | him. "Cut 'er loose" is the slogan for i hero who can do It to a nice brown he knows he has his work cut out for I next week and the boys and girls aro (turn. R..Evans, S.^.Cr^ak,;Sask. Jim ' Massey,'iV'La3' 'Vegas,: New Jlexlco. Dutch Siedel, putt, Mont, �^llm Alien, Wllcdx, Ariz. i '�>Kay White,'Mlanyberrles, Alta. 'pm Hyssop, fiethbridge, Alta. Tex Smith, DlUon, Mont. J. Mullins, Engle, Naw Mexico. . : S.,^?ander8on,'3Lumpy" puttei  J. O. Ranes,' P*ndletbn; Ore. Pinky Gist, DiUon, Mont. Henry Morirls; Gallup, Mont B. Aven, Grosifleld, Alta. G. L. Oliver, Calgary, Alta. Jim Whltebull,'Blood Reserve. Gebrge Crose.V Browning, Mont Tom Jackson, Browning, Mont. J. A. Pearsons, Paulson, Mont. Neil Campbell, Okotoks, Alta. Chariie King,. Lethbridge, Alta, Lester Work,::Boi!eman, Mont. Olga Work, Bozeman, Mont, Richard T. Rlngllng, Sulphur Springs, -Mont. Aubrey Ring)lnB, Sulphur Springs, Mont. Tommy Goln, Lethbridge, Alta;  Mary Dumont, Havre; Mont; A. E. Dupen, Lethbridge, Alta., Frank Whitney, Lethbridge, Alta, Sfan Whitney, Lethbridge, Alta. Coyote lirown, Lethbridge, Alta. Walter Ilys.sop, Lethbridge, Alta, Frontier fituff. And if those ladles and gentlemen can't Kfve the people ot Sunny ^uth-ern Alberta and their guests f^O,m all parts of the Western States apa Canada the greateet exhibition'at frontier Bluff ever staged In this part bf J the world, Ray Knight and Ad Day will be greatly .mistaken, The stampede this'year Is drawinjf visitors from tar and neanv ;Th^ "movies" of last year's sho.w, ,;'WeriB shown all over, the Western Statea and down into California and attract' ed wide attention. The  people, of southeastern R.O. are coming' ;down strong. And the program is one that will appeal to them. Here aye. the competitions and exhibitions: Competitions. . Bucking coategt ...........11000,00 Bulldogglng ..........;:..... 799,0Q Calf branding'........*____j 500.00 Bteer ropinK ...............300.0,0 Wild horse race........,.....'.JdO.Od Cowboys' i-ulay race .,.....; 375.00 Best bucking horse.......... 150-00 Bareback linrae riding ...... 1^0.00 ExhihitioiiH: Stoor riding, tripk rop' ing, trick i-i(llng, wild steel?  JTOce. cow girl.s' trick riding. ..T^ Hon.- E. P. Barrow and. B., "Va Munro, director of the B.C. provincial land settlement board, have just sel-ectad 6i;000 'acretf 'Of splendid-frfJ-fli lands to be set aslda for immediate settlement.i This rich, meadow; lands Is In tho iiulkleir and Nechako Val �ley dlpirlcts, and In'tho past hpa bean held by "abBenlee speculatorfl, who will sell only at exorbitant prlcos. This liB-g retarded Bottlemont, but tho land Hettlement doimrtment is taking control,,of :thopo .lands, ajid Block 1; 'fllghla. � which coAprlaes 10,00 acres In "the ' 3IlkBaiflpt1]SiiS!!*lp Bulklcy-Valley will now be orterad to ableld, fs>'''feliif|^^ is out to bonatlde settlers at from ?5 to $20 per repeat again this year but against a It has not yet been docidod.-Wh^thor the firtalB win'-be"'run off Pi;l'^ay or Saturday. Friday was the orlgi^^l In tentlon, but the (act th^t thf^:','�uto races liiKi to be cancelled has ,J^, the majiagenujiiL,'! to � consider QX^ejdini; the ufliiai prdgrstm over Fri(f�y;;tan4' roHorvinK iiii)',>;�ittls 'or, Saturday, at: teniQoii wiien'u mohatdr cro#d,'''�'lll bo on hand for Mies Stlnson'a aerial Next Lethbridge Hotel ill PRESBYTERIAN Knox Church earner 4th Ave. and 8th .Street 8> Rev. Capt A. IH. Denoon, Patter Rev. W. V, Burne, Acting Paator. During July and August the evening service will bo held at 8,30 Instead of 7.30. 10 a.m.: Boys Department. 12.30 a.m. Big Slstera' Bible Class. 2.00 p.m.: Big Brothers' Bible Class. 12.15 p.m.: Other Department of Sunday School , 4 p.m.: .Chinese Olaaa. THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE ; Rev, E. J. Hodglna, B.A., Patter ' 1271 Sth Ave. N. Phone 1659' 10 a.m.: dlasB Meeting for Boya anj GlrlB, 10 a:ni.: Boys Department of the S, S, in the Hall. ^ 11 a.m.: Bvangellst Rev. H, L. Stevens will preach. 2,00 p.m.: Beginners and Primary De^ partraents'of the S.B. in the Hall. 8,00 p.m.: Girls Department ot the S, S. In the Church. 3.15 p.m.: Adult Department ot the S, S. ;n tho Church. , ' 7,30: TTnion Services at Wesley Church. METHODIST Weslpy Chpi;ch Rev, Cha�, 6. Cragg, B, P.^ Paator. Residence 320.11th S|, S. Phonet:- Paraenaga 404,-Ohureh Study 408 yClau.de.. Hughea, L.A.B., Mui. Director 11 a.m.: Rov., , Wm.- Buchanan 'WlII preach; - . � . ' 12.00, Bible Sphool nnti piblp Glasses. 7.3P p.m.: Rev, H,L..Stevcji'a; Toronto. � will preacb,'Union servlde. Evcryono invited. ' '�; Cer. Iltn 'street and 8th j Ave. Beuth. iRaV, Canon = W. V. MoMillen, B.A, ��w^ : �.'.�;Reeiltbr MatTne^l) m. 9undiiy School, rnd  B,lp|o.Clasof�> � P^tn*, BVBNSOriO .7.30 ,�.�. Holy Communlpnr^Utv'^pd, 3ra Sundays at STOO; 2Dd and it)( Sundays �t-ll a.ni,' �- .� Baptlim-^th pivittjlaiy^'n^,;4p,ni. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHRIS-tlAN tCIENCE' SOCIETY Hull Bleek, 7th Btraat �. Sunday Service at 11 a.m.  Subject: "Life." Tho Sunday Softool la' closed dtirlng , >[uly and August. ,:Wjtkl)i�aaay evening. Teattmooy ntoet .�..IM at t p.m. . 1 � - . � , ,flt'e reading room la, open dail/ ex to 5 p.m. Here, tb.e Bible and author' (;ad ChrlatJatt S^i^pce lU^rati^re may be read, borrowed or purchaied. Tht public ia cordlnlly invited . to at- ........._ . ......._...... tend the church aorvlooa, alio to .wl.t'i a prpfeal^lo average ot |10, galaxy of ridora hpaded toy Jlnj. Mwi" visit tho jroadlng room. CHRIST ADJE^wi^HIANS Meet in the Moosb Hall, Higlnbotham Block. Bnlrnnco OUi'St.and 2pd'Ave. South. . , ' Wortnoadny at 8�p.ni.,'BiblG ClaBS, Sundays at 10 a.m.: To BroaU Bread-in ,. RomembrancD .ot, th� Lord's Death, and at 7.SO p.in,; To Proclaim thoi Glad TldlngB of the Kingdom of G.odi,! 'Sublobt: ;"A'Look Around the''Troub' led World," "i All Seats Free. No Collection, NORTH LETHBRIDGE,,Qp,SPEL HALL ' (Late nth Ave. N. Baptist'ehtarch) Speaker: John Hao, C3C 13th "St. N, Bunday School 3-4 p.m.. s . Evening Sdrvlco, 7.80, Subject: Miracles' in Mark 5 (Con tinned,) "Jalrut* Daughter and the Woman With the Isaue of Blogd." Everybody Welcome. BAPTIST First Baptist Church Cor. 3rd Ave. and Sth St . Rev. C. Baker, Paitor Services will be held as usual: Morning, 11 a.m.; evening, 7.30 p.m. The services will be Qonductod by B A. Robertson, of Acadia University, Wolfvlllo. I>f. S. Morning Subject: "Launch Out." Bventng Subject: "No Room for Chrlat." Sunday School will meet after tho morning service. Christian Church Cdf. Srd Ave. and Sth St. 8. Oliver L. Curtis, Paator t^Z Seventh Street South Phone B02 16.R0: Sunday School. Come early and avoid the rush, 11.30: Preaching, Subject "How tho Rain llluatratea tKe Goipel." Rev. H ,L. Stevens will preach ia the Christian Church at 4 p.m. at Wesley at 7.30. Tho evening aervlco at the Christian Church ia oancellod. Christian-flndeavor at 6.4G. SALVATION ARMY Adj. and Mra.. Hamilton, offioora In charge. Sunday, 11 a.m., S and 7,J0 p.m. Sunday Scbool, 2 p.m. , Monday, Thursday, eat^rdaJ^,  P.�. -Tuesday, t,30p;in., Corp'Ca4�ta.;.^. Wednesday, 2 p.m, Home LeagftlK g-rpm,; Lite Saving flooutt QwvA* The Citadel Band in atwndiOicei, 'Sunday and Ttiur�d�y ServleJsa. - Everybody Welooma , � >ENTEC08TAU;!Asiq�M�Uy m TbirtoWh,ttt.N, . , Rev, Q,;M;,:Nevc, P.a�l9r. " ;� i; , Rin�,iJV 16th: ^t.N, SorvloPB Sunday., 10.80 ami 7,30 p,n.. Tuesday and Thursdays, 8 p,m, KvangollHt R, J. and Mr< Hcott aaiUti ing. A Hearty\W�lcom� to Alb 0164 ;