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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Vkf NORtMtlMtft HANOI ttOltON PHONOOftAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUlfC Everytning Mirtleal It tut Bftiith Phone LETHBRIDGE HERALD BRING QUICK ANSWERS The Home of Quality Meats Direct From the Farm to Your DELANYS Meat Opposite Dalits Hotel Phone 452 Women Who Know Say That Penilar Vanishing Cream is the Ideal choice because It is fragrant and a splendid It leavesthe skin smooth and and protects It from sun and It a disappearing cream will please yon In every particular Penslar Vanishing Cream will afford you a superior prepara Sold In two 25 cents and SO THE KENNY ALLIN NEXT DALLAS HOTEL Store PHONE 1417 E STAMPEDE CHAMPIONS Champion Broncho Buster Slim Parker of Medicine Champion Bulldogger Mike Hastings of Champion Steer of Medicine Hat Champion Maverick Heap of Champion Bad Champion Calf Roper and Klnsey of Ray Well its all and from being a frontier town for a week with high hats and jingling spurs to the settles back to the garb of 20th century What was without doubt the best stampede ever staged In Southern with the strongest collection of performing cowboys in is and thousands of people have gone home voting Lethbridge the leading round up ot Western Were all coming again next year said the well be here cald the So its all Stampede Next Year I expect well have a stampede in connection with the fannext said President Fairfleld to the We make it a threeday and tor the other days we will get special attractions of a different nat The crowd likes a and every summer they are ready for The championship in the bucking with saddles was decided on Saturday With the riding for posit ion in the Friday day went to Slim Allen for first Dave White for second and Tom Three Persons for the bucking cham pionshlp had narrowed down to three Dave White of SUm Parker ot Medicine Hat and Walter Whitney of The judges unanimously placed Whitney third on the but as neither White nor Parker had been thrown it wasnecessary to make another The two worst horses in the corrals were these being Reservation and The riders drew for horses and Reservation tell to Parker taking White mounted old Reservation and the gates of the chute were thrown Reservation lived up to his He bucked dir ectly the track towards the and came back to the mouth of the chute he made a quick turnwhich piled White directly in front ot The horse bucked right over hut with real cowboy luck White was not though the horses hoof grazed his Parker made a beautiful on and being the only rider who pras not thrown during the week he was awarded first During the afternoon Mike Hastings had again demonstrated Tils superior fly in the bulldogging and hating won for four days straight there was no trouble in deciding the Other Winners Other winners for the day were Steer roping for special ten dollar 9 Indian Bareback Donald ChiefPoody Maverick jMaverlck Three Two Mile Tommy Lethbridge Sam Heap of who won the maverick race twice during rfhe was declared the winner of the and the 1150 saddle present ed by McNabb of the City Har ness of features of the days pro gram was the attempt of Joe Peters on winner the calf rop ing and branding contest last to the time for the event which had been established by Rollo Kinsey on For bulldoggers he had Hanson and while Tom Alfred and Jim Smith handled the Joe didnt have the success he had last year when he turned the trick in 11 minutes and 19 making 19 misses during the roping of the 25 The calves were logev after the making them hard to so that his for the event was 13 minutes 17 seconds against Kinseys time of 9 minutes and 3 seconds made on Joe says he will be here next year and he thinks it is safe to say another worlds record will be es Altogether the stampede was all that was expected of There was a galaxy of splendid plenty of bad and lots of And no one was seriously So good were the horses that Mike Hastings has been commissioned to gather a car load ot the best of them for the Pendleton Round Thats the repu tation the Lethbridge stampede has gained throughout the Western 118 SHIPYARDS WORKING HARD July great cham of ship manufacturers is approaching Therq are now 118 fully equipped ship yards in the United States and 44 other partly completed of which 23 are more than 75 per fin lehed and only six less than 25 per ready to begin building ton X Ill The STAFFORD BLOCK Metal Work Te Order Cornices in tin or galvanized iron Well build you anything in tin or sheet metal from a tin horn to a corrugated iron Ask for our estimate on that next Our work stands the test of Sheet Metal ALBERTA Superior Supply BUILDING AND RAILWAY SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS AVINUI AND THIRTEENTH LETHBRIDGE THE MORE THE Thats the way we feel about the elttra new Customers wo hate beeti letting since Starting our new Cash The elimination of Bad Delivery and Collection costs Means Cheaper Goodstor WATCH OUR BUSINESS RASPBERRIES TOR expect an extra lot These are now almost at an Order per NEW Big lot Just 4 tor Per BLUEBERRIES nre now coming In from We expect shiptnflnts every second owing to A short crop these will not last very long this Lowest market prices tHE coop LIMITED HighClass Cash Grocers CANADA POOD BOARD NUMBER sstt Phone 525 CARRIED STAMPEDE WEEK During of the stam fair the street railway sys tem carried just over passen according to figures prepared by the accountant of the department af ter having worked almost steadily over the week It was the great est weekin the history of the rail way For the whole week the number of passengers carried was well over the and the to tal receipts over Thursday of course was the best when were but on after a slack the total mounted to so that more were carried on Saturday afternoon than on A few weeks like this would make our deficit look said Commissioner Freeman when he heard the SITE FOR IENT JAOTAUQUA FIXED The big Chautauqua starting here on August 12 will be staged in the huge Chautauqua which is cap able of seating approximately as many as were seated in the auditorium last The site for the tent has been selected on Third between i 12th and 13th opposite the Ford garage where there Is a good deal of vacant The tent Is and hae a wall which can be lifted and the seating capacity extend ed if The accoustic pro perties are much better than in the big so that the big crowds will get better service this CHEATED OUT OF Some excitement occurred at the exhibition grounds on Saturday after noon when a who was winner by more than at one of the games of chance along the alleged he was cheated out of his winnings by the dealer ducking and making his getaway withT the money from the Detectives were his trail and Detective Lobb of the mounted police picked up Kelley and Arthur fjt 204 2nd who are charged with the They were be in hid ing at the aVove place when Kelly and Clark appeared before Mag istrate Irwin this were both until 10 oclock tomor row July on the cash grain market continued un changed from the last few Offerings of all grains were light with practically no demandr Oats closed 2c lower for July Oc tober lower and December c Flax closed lawer for July and lower for WINNIPEG July 88 October 81 December 77V4 July 453V4 October 449 CASH Oats 2 8 Extra 1 Feed 85 1 82 2 79 3 125 4 120 1 2 Winnipeg livestock July at the Union Stock yards today were cattle and Quotaions to to to to to stockera and to to sheeii I and to Stampede Visitors WELCOMEJO LETHBRIDGE Come in and see us while irrlhe You will find our stock is very our prices rea ana our service will please THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK Successors o Jackson A Telephones 555 and 12J2 Sherlock Building BED This is weather for these nocturnal vis i if HIGINBOTHAMS BUG will extend welcome to Never fails to 35cand65c HOTEL SIZES and Higintotban Co Limited Wheleeale and Retail Phones 1519 and 322 This Week MORE Spring Mut Coultry Phone 492 The Alberto Meat CITY AND DISTRICT Death of New Dayton Man The death took place at New Dayton of Abratn Warren aged The guneral in charge of Fetterly of took place Monday at tlrnoon at 4 Death Wlnnifred Man The death of Joseph Hodgson of occurred at Bow Island on at the age of The fun In charge of Fetterly took place on Kentlahmena Meeting Members of the Kentish Associa tion are reminded that the regular monthly meeting will be held tomor row Tuesday Garden pro ducts in competition will be Beans peas onions carrots turnips potatoes Get Your Rent If you have not yet called at the Stampede Gait tor the rent due you for rooms turned over to the Major Jack Ross please do so tonight between 7 and 9 as the office will not be open Attended PowWow Miss Katherine Stinson left on Sun day morning for Red On Sat urday night she was the guest of Pennefather and the mounted police at an Indian powwow held ina big tent at the Indian The dance was visited by hundreds of vis itors who saw the Indians in full war paint executing their famous sun Case now in possession Of Green is not going to give up possession to the corner without a Notice of appeal has been filed in the Supreme Court here against the judgment of Justice Scott in Lhe case of Ross vs The case will now reviewed by the Supreme Court en Under the judgment it was necessary for Ross to make application for a trans fer for the title of the but this action is now blocked pending the result of the Guessing Contest Hundreds of guesses were made by fair visitors at the Simpajm booth at the fair this year to see whocould come nearest to the number of beans in a The number was 2941 and 2950 was guessed by Miss Doris Master Allister Denoon and Emil Johnston of The three parties then drew for Miss Stltt winning which was a silk sweater Master Denoon sec which was a fur and Johnston a marabout neck The competition created a great deal of Had of Booze Lodwlck appeared before Magistrate Irwin on Saturday morn ing charged with being in possession of liquor It seems that Loci who lives at the had secured a casa of good American whiskey which He was stowing away for his own A friend tipped off the and an arrest naturally fol Lodwig admitted the charge and was fined and Tho booze was Detective Lobb of the Mounted Po lice was compiled Uo call lor assist ance on Sunday to arrest a German who got freah with him in Fifth This man was a prisoner of war on and got stubborn when Lobb asked him to show his He showed fight with assist ance took him to the barracks wliere he was sentenced this morning to six to comple tion of POSTAL CLERKS July postal clerke are TUe carriers are still Interesting Case A very interesting case Is being heard in the court before Magistrate frwin in which Walter an irrigation farmer at Coal is charged by the Pawson Lateral Association with his land water In excess of the amount Allowed him under his contract thus depriving other farmers on the lateral of The charge is laid under the irrigation No decision has been but it IB expected that no matter what the decision of the lower court the case will be carried This is the first time in the history of the Leth bridge irrigation project that such a charge has been taken into the IS OUR SPECIALTY Wt have up wards of FIFTY STYLES and PATTERNS in POCKET KNIVES of Sheffield and American manufac We have SCISSORS of every style and alias In We have RAZORS Imported from England be fere the as well aa the lateat dlylea and of1 American including M the popular aafetye such aa AUTO OIL and KEEN We have TABLE and DESSERT KNIVES of highest quality Including the new etalnlees We have CARVING KNIVES and PORKS In pairs at modest also an excellent selection In Many of these lines cannot be replaced until after the Better buy now If you the We extend to all Stampede Visitors a cordial Invitation our new We think we have the finest Hardware Store west of Winni peg let ua know what you think of You will find clonkrooms and toilets at your disposal our telephone are at your and we shall be glad If you will make Store head INSPECT OUR COMPARE OUR YOU WILL NOT BE URGED TO Consumers Hardware and Supply PHONE 1212 FIFTH STREET SOUTH west of the Fourth Meridian and that from and after the date hereof the aald district shaH comprise the following namely Sections 34 and the north half of Section 28 and the west halves of and 36 in Town ship 5 Range 9 and Sections and the half of section 1 in Township west of the Fourth The order shall take effect December The boundaries of The Del Bonita School District 3275 of the Prov Ince ofvAlberta have been altered by withdrawing therefrom the following namely The quar ter of Section 17 and the southwest quarter of Section 20 in Township Range west of the Fourth Merid ian and that from and after the date hereof the said district shall comprise the following Sections 18 and 19 Jn Township 1 Range 20Sections the south halt and northeast quarter of Section 17 and the north half and southeast quarter of Section 20 in Township Range west of the Fourth The shall take effect December New School Diatrlcta 34 and 35 in township range west of the 4th meridian have been erected into a school district under the name of the FortyNine School 3697 of the province of senior trus Those portions of Sections J29 and 34 lying north and west of the Little Bow River in Township 13 Range 20 Sections 25 and 36 in Township Range 21 Sections 1 and and the south halt of Section 13 in Township Range 21 Sec ions 9 and and the south halves of Sections 17 and 18 in Township Range west of the Fourth have been erect ed into a School District under the name of The Rosemead School Dis trict 3688 of the Province of Al Senior He appeared before Magistrate Irwin this morning but was on ball till Wednesday Ball was set at cash and a friend of another of gypsy came along with a bill which took the breath of the police He said he had a number more like As in money is worth about in Canadian money today the police were quite willing to accept it as ball Splros alias Bill who is charged with having contrib uted to the delinquency oflittle eight year old Mary Anderson of was remanded till Friday to allow him to get back from where he has been subpoenaed as awitness in a case against another mail charged with the abduction of the Sues Trustees Action has been entered in Supreme Court by Wilfrid Thompson against the board of trustees of Readynade Consolidated School District east of Coaldale for an injunction restraining them from removing the school building at Twelve Mile School District from its present aqd also declaring the election ot the trus tee board of the new consolidated dis trict null and In the statement of claim the sets forth at the election held during the he was the only ratepayer of Twelve Mile District who voted and he voted against the The act requires that a majority of the rate payers In each district must favor the xThe case is somewhat similar to the famous Barons case heard here about a year Alter Boundaries The boundaries of The South Etzl kom School District 3495 of the Province of Alberta have been altered by withdrawing therefrom the follow ing jiamely The south half of i Township 5 Range 9 SHE WAS ROBBED Frank Demetri Is in the tolls as u result of Information laid against him by Katrlna one of the gypsy queens who visited the and who claims she was robbed of Business in the city during stam pede all the merchants ex according to opinions ed by the Herald this bad weather Interfered to some extent with the automobile who didnt care to carry home big loads on the bad but the merchants are more convinced than ever now that Southern Alberta will support an exhibition every year and that all should work In harmony to make It a big The hotel and restaurants particularly did big One restaurant took la over on and bad receipts in like All the hotels were filled up and many visitors were ac commodated in private hut with the exception of Friday night following the rain when manyof the visitors who had come in autoscould not get there was no congestion so tar as sleeping accommodation was NEW LINE July allied line in the BhelmsSolssphs ac cording to advices received here runs today approximately as follows Hill Saint Ija Va lee and Grand where Jt Joins the line running south x VACATION TIME Spend your idle hours in touch with in on hill and by BOOKS OF THE RIGHT SORT portray the best in enveloped midst the choicest spots of The Twentieth Century Book Store IB DISTINCTLY BOOKISH 514 FOURTH AVBNUE PHONE W Office Stationery and Equipment LOOSE LEAF ADDING SYNOPTIC CASH OFFICE STOCK CERTIFICATES 4 SEALS WE EVERYTHING YOU MAY EVER ALL FRANKS OFFICE OUTFITTERS SINNOTT BLOCK 4TH 6TH ;