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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY fHE LKTHBHTOGE DAILY AYGE SEVEN LATEST NEWS OF LETHBRIDGE AND THE SURROUNDING DISTRICT A trip to the fair grounds today loav A one with the Impression that the I visitors to the fair this year are to see more for their money than at any event over offered In the This morning there were at least 1000 peo ple 6n the grounds and their main business waa to prepare to give the visitor a good Everybody was working doublequick Exhibits being rushed up In the main Stock was being put In Its place in the The stampede managers were buey corrallng the bad and the midway people with full paraphernalia were on the ground getting set up for the For ev erything must be ready by midnight Tomorrow the fair proper and It will be nothing hut rap id fire action from Tuesday till ten oclock Saturday And visitors are beginning to pour Into the first nnd there Is who lias made himself famous by nalntlnc characteristic sketches of Just such cowboys as will perform at tho stam pede during the next five Tom Chlttlck is here also from Ho Is a well known dealer in live Lowes and Oal bralth of the judging staff are also In the Henry Meyerhoff of New who IB furnishing the midway nnd the free grandstand attractions also arrived As a matter ot Cact theyre all People are coming in strong from All parts of the said i local railwayman to The Herald Ive been all over the division and theyre all Lethbrldgn is the stampede attraction ot the west thir Following Is a comparison of the entries of the 1914 fair and that of this week 1914 1918 Horses 337 271 Cattle 347 Sheep 89 242 165 187 Poultry 891 EOS Drains and seed 70 34 Sheaf 42 16 Hoots and vegetables 12 0 Fruits 3 3 Plants and flowers 25 14 0airy products and dom mestic 51 37 Red 180 Arts and crafts 106 136 School 234 44 The Chautauqua By A Patriotic Rallying That is the way that the Chautau liua people put It this WhoT be here Did1 you say something about that greatcharacter Edward Trefz chairman of the United States Cham ber of Commerce and a member of the United States Food Administra tion Whom President Wilson has sent through the Allied countries to get direct information tor his use bid you say he would be here he is among the and that eloquent of the front taken prisoner at remaining a Germ an prisoner and finally that fellow whose personal would ie worth the price of the whole he vlll be look at the pic ture ot the Chautauqua ind then look them The Hampton Court singers and the Kaffir and ihuch It is Impossible for me to give you in idea of the good things coming in the Chautauqua this I only men tion the above to indicate the char We may have more to say but you secured your tickets Have you made arrangements eo that you can attend that week It you tnay have to pay twice or three times is much by You had better Bake arrangements WAS UNSUCCESSFUL July German airplane made an unsuccessful attempt to roach the region of Paris H driven off by the French antiair sraft in Parade Tuesday Of oeurw therell be parade for the always and It Is always feature of the blfl frontier And this years stampede with all the and the and the and Ad Day anil Ray Knight and all ths rest of them will take place on Tuesday morning at ten oclock In the bu siness Section of the Every one remembers last years parade with Its jam of people in the down town this years promises to beat It In sev eral different The band will be on And there Are rid ers and Indians So If you want to see the real start of the be oown town tomorrow morning about ten oclock and youll think lothbridQe was still the great centre of the cattle ronching country as It tnlrty years Knght and Day will head thn procession In full war July Leffing returned this week from a brief holiday at Letting well Is remaining at Bantf for some time A large number of Wurherltes at tended the Red Cross social at the Holroyd farm north many going on afterwards to the dance in the new barn Just completed at the George Rutherford ranch in We are given to understand that the Masons and Woodmen are going to try their mettleon thebaseball diamond In the near in aid of the Red If this event cornea off it will be the first ball game to be played in Warner this and some excitement ol this nature will draw a big crowd and banish for a time tho blue devils of pessimism and make us forget the thoughts of sudden drought and other things which do not make or cheer The anniversary of the Modern Woodmen was celebrated in the lodge room here on Thursday when a large number of and friends were present and report an enjoyable Death of The festivities were somewhat mar when it was learned that wife of Postmaster had suddenly passed away at her home gimp son had been unwell for two or three but no danger was apprehended and the blow was a severe shock to and Simpson were only married a few months which the circumstances the more Simpson hag lived In Warner only four but has made many friends by her genial dis The body was shipped to for burial Simp son accompanying the Much sympathy is expressed with him in his very sad A short funeral service was held In the home and many flowers were sent by The funeral arrangements were In charge of MacKay and Miss Gueseck has joined the staff ot the Bank of Commerce and Miss Smith IB leaving this week to take up a position in Miss Marjorle Day is spending a few days with Munday from barrister of Leth and barrister ot were In town Thursday in connection with a charge of furious auto driving at Milk River some time when a collision occurred be tween two Much amusement was caused when one ot the witnesses said that the defendants car was going faster than it could The defendant donated to the government for his ex The village ot Warner has erected an office for the use of the opposite the Warner Oarage on fourth A new Chinese restaurant Is being erected on Fourth In spite of the drought several new farm buildings are going up in the whose fine barn was destroyed by fire about toh lays Is Cham bers Is building a modern residence on his farm close to Albert Manon Is likewise putting up a fine Chris Doonz has entirely re modelled his farm and Bug ler Is putting up a fine OF FEED Prom Otii1 Own forrrspomlinO July continued hot and dry has not improved the prospects of A number of farmers speak as If they will not have any use atall for the binder this Here anil there small lots of grain seem to have defied tho elements and will be worth cutting In the usual The general impression Is that we may get enough wheat for seed but otita are not going to do anything hut make a little Flax and potatoes ore suffering for want of Feed Shortage Farmers who have paid attention to the rearing of cattle have to face a serious shortage in pasture and feed for the winter and find they without hold on to Cattle buyers have visited the district and a good of stockers and have been Hhipped from this dis Quite a number of Orlonltes are taking In the Stampede at the the Orion ball team taking VULCAN Prom The A number of people from Vulcan motored to Blackie Friday and attend ed the Red Cross The program was a good one and thor oughly Among the happen ings there was a baseball game be tween Vuican and Stavely in which Vulcan came out A dance wae given in the evening at the audi The that was donated by the ladies of the Union Jack school dis trict was raffled on Saturday at the Mclntosh The amount raised was and the acknowledges the amount with The winner ot the quilt was Glllis of There has been no rain at all dur ing the past The weather has been hot and dry without anil some of the farmers despairing of getting sufficient moisture to aljow their crops to amount to anything are ploughing the The management of the Opera House has changed Butler nan given it up and it haa been taken over by former ly of BORDER Sweet Grass Construction of two oil tanke which were mentioned The Advocate last are now der yesterday rivlting was start ed on They aie being erected by the Imperial Oil Company and when finished will have a capacity of close to one million gallons of gaso Word has been received here of a very pleasant happening to two booze detectives who attempted to search a wagon belonging to Ji Fitz a Knappen Fitzgerald was on his way home from Sweet Grass and when nearlng his two men suddenly left their place of hiding near the road and ordered him to Without any exnlanation whatever they proceeded to mount the al though well along in years is a man of no smai physique and hardened to the life of the His only thought was of and with a mighty right hand swing he struck the near est as a Canadian would a Hun coming over the top and In less time than it tnkee to telf had given the other one the same a few minutes later dis covered his Later In the week he was hauled Into court at Foremost and owing to the strong plea of the attorney for his he escaped with a light BAD STORMS IN July Violent storms In many districts in Prance have caused severe damage to The thermometer yeaterdey registered 91 Youll like Model Bakery Bread better than any you ever tasted None equal it for its flavor and It is a war yet retains that delicious tang of The family is sure to relish You can buy our bread your grocers or direct from The Model Bakery PHONE 1176 New July Hoy of he National Bttsetiiill received a telegram this mnrniiiK from President who Is nl announcing that definite arrangements have boon made for nlentiiiK of tho National League clubttwiiers ai Pltta burg on tt the question of tho of this seasons play will he thoroughly dis cussed and finally settled thin BASEBALL MM YE1 BE ALLOWED July Jotmson of the American Just before noon today an nounced that he had received ad vices from Washington that Secre tary of War Baker and Provost Marshal General Crowder would meet at two oclock this afternoon to discuss the question of baseball being nonessential and that pend ing further word from Washing the meeting of the American league here to decide the fate of baseball will be postponed until oclock tomorrow aftar May Extend Order Washington July Secretary of War Baker and Provost Marshnl Urn em Crowder are considering today the advisability of extending tho time of the work or fight ordnr as It applies to professional baseball play ers so as to permit the completion of the HONDURAS AT July wTilch broke diplomatic rela tions with Germany on May followed that action last Friday by declaring The state de partment i was notified today of the SETTLE IT July has been received at the department of labor of the settlement of the dispute lie twoen the Vancouver Oas Company and its In this case a board of conciliation had been but the efforts of the department succeed ed In bringing about a resumption of direct negotiations between the com pany and employes which resulted H f A M JMFFEEi DOUGI AS Free Demonstration Nabob De Luxe Tea OF Nabob Vacuum Packed1 Coffee BY MISS FERGUSON AT KERR CDS GROCERY 313 FIFTH STREET SOUTH When in the city try a cup of the above lines noted for their splendid cup One NEW SCALE WILLIAMS Slightly One Second Hand WE HAVE SEVERAL SECOND HAND PHONOGRAPHS 7 which we will sell at very attractive Do not buy until you see these WE GIVE YOU A SPECIAL INVITATION TO VISIT OUR EXHIBIT IN OUR SHOW ROOMS AT OUR 31S SIXTH STREET SOUTH SEE THE NEW EDISON The Phonograph with a Indestructible Diamond Point No needles to Haines Pianos and Player Assiniboia Music EVERYTHING MUSICAL 315 SIXTH STREET SOUTH ESTABLISHED 1900 1914 ANGOLIA AMERICAN FORCE July are mentioned today for the flrit time by the Arbelter Zeltung of the newspaper saying that the Americana have changed the altuatlon for the Entente nat not only In the political but In the military phases of the con The newspaper says There fa no further doubt that there are a million Americans In The genius of American organization has obtained stupefy ing Germany her self faced by three whose combined population Is three times greater than APPEAL ALBERTA CASE IN OCTOBER fr July Even fr IIIR Mtlzmi snys The rlcclnlori In the Hup romo court In Clrey corpus case will la stat prflvnnt an appeal by the RovernmPiit In the Lewis caae 4 pronounced upon In a differ out way by the supreme court of The how If will not cdme before the court until DESTROYER July British destroyer Marne has sunk a Ger man says an official statement Issued today by thai British Developing and Printing for this week We Have for Your Benefit a 24Hour Service Lot us have your films BEFORE NOON and you can get the best work by noon the next STAMPEDE PICTURES WE ARE GETTING THE DAILY STORY ON POST THESE WILL BE UP TO THE MINUTE PICTURES 7 AT The HEDLEY DRUG CITY Oldsmobile Cars AND Samson Tractors SEE OUR EXHIBIT AT THE GROUNDS DURING PAIR DISTRIBUTORS HARRIS ROSSITER Office 112 5th Street Phone 1712 PHONE 1545 AUCTION SALE THERE WILL DE OFFERED FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE OLD BRICK AT DIAMOND CITY On July 29th AT TWO OCLOCK black 6 years old 1 brown S years with foal 1 hay mare years old 1 grey 2 years old 1 bay 1 yuar broke to 3 and 4 years with calves by their side 4 supposed fresh in the fall ot 1918 11 2 yeats old 1 2 years old 3 1 year old 1 1 year Ojld 10 milk 3 and 7 years heavy lumber wagon 1 democrat wagon 1 single buggy I mower 1 sickle grinder I set double team harness 1 set single harness 1 CASH Meet Me At The Fair SPIRELLA CORSETS Will be demonstrated in a booth at the Exhibition Hall during Stampede Corsets from Parker Martin THE GRAHAM MOTOR Recharge and Repair Storage Batteries of All Makes AGENTS FOR EXIDE BATTERIES Manager Gyp so Fibre Wall Boar FOR INTERIOR WALLS AND CEILINGS RESISTING BQARlL SEE OUR EXHIBIT AT THE LETHBRIDGE FAIR AND JULY SCUD BY ALL REMABUE DEALERS IN BUILDERS SUPPLIES MANUFACTURED BY Manitoba Gypsum Limited ;