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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY JJEftALD JULY IMt Announcement of Special Interest to Visitors e Big Fair and Stampede All Next Week OPECIAL BARGAIN ATTRACTIONS for all Outsideof City Customers who have been unable to take advantage of the many SPECIAL DAY SALES we have been putting on throughout the Specials will be here all Fair THE GREATEST VALUES YET OFFERED WILL BE FOUND AMONG THE BOYS GIRLS WASH SILKS BY THE FINE CREPE DE SILK GLOVES AND WE WILL ONLY MENTION A FEW OF THE PRICES THAT WILL PREVAIL ALL FAIR WEEK AT THIS THESE WILL SERVE TO GIVE YOU AN IDEA OF THE MANY GENUINE PRICE REDUC TIONS YOU WILL FIND THROUGHOUT THE s Cloth Suits Values for Serges and All pure fine wool Well silk ColofS Fair Week Special Womens Fine Waists of Georgette and Crepe Big assortment of styles add colorings from our regular lines that were selling up Special for Fair Week very special line at 95c Crown Brand and Radium Hosiery in colors sky and Sizes 8V2 up to Special for Fair 95c Boy sClothin at a Big Saving From our immense stock of boyssuits we have selected about thirty suits that we are going to make a big noise with for fair week Values up to All on at per See Our Swell Line of SILK SKfRTS at 20 OFF ALL SUNSHADES AND PARASOLS 25 OFF GIRLS AND BOYS SUMMER HATS We bought early and took delivery at a good saving in securing the very best quality skins which cannot be had later in the season from the even at ad vanced The Simpson IST8N FARMERS HAY Frpra Our Own June Tapp of toeDepartment of met witfe about two hundred of the farm from the Cardston and surround districts Jn the Gaboon ball on There were Waiy prasont Interested deeply bay tjie survey of the northern parjt of tta frovloce has not been completed a04 therefore very definite if not yet iTwp the numerous enquiries go the information available goet of the farmers preferred to and ship in the M wag evidenced by the orders H o Tapp as 6COO tons of hay and only about 1500 Q itock reported tor to be fed on the northern principal of Clareaholm School of Agriculture and Qually representing the Al berta headquarters at were also present at the As the good work of the Claresholm school is not sufficiently known in this Stephen kindly consent ed to come down and address the peo ple here sometime in August so that the young people could ba informed as to the opportunities for advance ment along the lines of domestic arts and agriculture as presented through these achQolssp3clfllly arranged for the boys andgirls from the It is also desired the people In the dry districts who do not meet the government Appointees touring the desire feed for farm write to the department of ag addressing Meyers who is charged especially with this work of getting the feed to those who need While there may tie much more feed available hore it late rains come than now the situation is suf ficiently serious to make all appreciate the effort being put forth to the feed to those districts needing The very large attendance from all outside points shows how the farmers aad owners view the A number of sheep and cattle men have already gone north hunting graz ing or hay where feed may be obtained for their It will be a week or BO before any of these return and reports can be had from them direct Womens Institute The last regular meeting of the Womens Institute was a very tm port ant one as the attendance showel and the many important points passed up Mark Spencer was electod to fill the position of convenor on the constituency The big membership drive for this organisation is to be pushed soon and prizes of are to be awarded to the tmost successful The most Important Item tne housewives and their daughters to makft note of is thfl Short Course School in cooking to be held on July 28th and with Miss Uay ward of the Claresholm School of Ag riculture in No fees are to bo charged and committees from the Womens Institute here liavo jaon ap pniuieii to entertain anil arrange tor the welfare of ail adies wno wish to attend Irom the surrounding settle A hearty welcome awaiting ail ladies who can attend from Cards ton and the country The annual plcaiu this practical organization is in be turfled into a sewing session of the Red to j ba held at the vourt This sbows appreciation of the war condit ions There will he a good program and a very somnle time as as due attention to tha Rejl Cross James Anlor son was elected vicepresident of lui society owing to the permanent removal of Cooperative Marketing There waa a his meeting yesterday of the members from Cards ton and all surrounding over two hundred being The was in the chair and in addition to the hay question already attended to there was a fine address by Molyneaux of thn Grain Growers or ganization who spoke very Intelligent ly of the feed situation and also ex plained very satisfactorily the system to be followed in cooperative mar keting of live slock and other farm products as well an the buying of far supplies The formation of a board of man agemut in connection with pro ject and the loial elevator purchased by the farmers was proceadel with and the following directors mim ed Mayor chairman all ot 9l Hill INDUSTRIAL HALL STAMPEDE FILLED One of the most interesting places to visit at the Lethbridge fair is al ways the into In Industrial and this year will prove no The feature of the main building has just been announce Manager It wUl be an alfalfa and Bert Quinton of with John secretary for the board but not one of Us meuv Shipments of live stock will bo ar ranged for weekly through this or ganization and it will be a great factor in Die farmers to sell their produces to the best yd vantage as car lots can thus be made up and handled 10 the best advantage through the Grain Growers selling facilities at marlwUatj built entirely of alfalfa by the mem bers of the CojilrtaleUetlibvUlEO Wa ter Users Tim which will be typical of the Magrath RaymondLethbridge irrigation dis trict will occupy the whole central portion of the main Work on it has already AH tha space In the main building was gone many days anil so many were tho dcmandu tha tho automo bile who desired to make large were forced to accept po sitions In addition to the in dustrial exhibits there will be shown In the main building the grains and the dairy domestic horticultural Red Cross school work and the arts and It is Interesting to note that there are 150 entries in the Red Cross competitions as against 20 each at Calgary and Following are Jthe business firms making displays in the main building Dlxon Sheet Mqtal The Crystal The Taylor Milling The El lison Milling and Elevator The HickSohl Hardware Becker and Yates Lumber Tho Ashdown Hardware Winnipeg AsMowns Lighting Winnipeg Jumes Stewart and Winnipeg Everall and printers Willis Salmon Gerhard Heiutzmauji Sloan Hoy Electric Delco Lighting Mellis Imperial Oil Leth bridge Iron Works Simpson and The Marinaro Macaroni factory Tho City Parks Department The Manitoba Gypsum Winnipeg The Leth bridge Monumental Works The Can adian Government exhibit Tim Canadian Government egg Outside the main building there will of course be many industrial exhibits In the shape of tractor ma chinery and The ma chinery and automobile men are tak ing full advantage of tho monster crowds to advertise their ARE July surviv ors and the crew of British transport sunk by a sub have landed at a channel All are In high A quantity of white was found by women of tho Rod Cross chapter at in a roll of bandage While the substance sent Portland for killed a guinea pig chemists have been unable toideiitity any poisons or The mass snems almost onlirely rice pow Chemists havii en Hod for a larger amount of tho which will bo subjected to thorough tests betoro tlm material released for bandage mak ;