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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUKSDAY, nSE 11, I'.MS ESTiTESCi AREA AIII THE LETHKJiinr.R OAILY HERALD PAGE s^:vE^' a. R. Marnoch's Estimate Close to 2,(i00,0()0 Acres in the liCtlibridgc Division (1. U. Miuiiocli liiiR inatlo the follow-liii; uHtlmute ot tlio crop nrnii in tlio LclliljilUKo (Hvialou: Now thut scodlnK for (his your is rnmplolod It. Is poaull)!c lo avrlvo i>l a fnlrly cIoho estlmaln of tlic ii(:rc:i�5c iinder crop. After careful obsiMvatlon mid consultation wllh tlia I'arinors in tlio various cllatrlctH and witli .Mr. Quftlly the Alborta a!!rlcuUural ro-jircsoutative for tlilH territory uud his colloiiBuo in llu! RilJolninB area to the west, both ot whom have covihmmI the Krounijl thoroughly within the last few woc.lfs as well as hcarinfi the ro-suite ot thii en(iuirles that, Mr. C. I). MacI to l/MhUriilRn on | Wttilnesday and rotiiriHid this inorti-Ing. A very .sorioim accldont hapiienod at | tho Kraiik .Mln� on Wodi\eRdiiy morn-1 Ing. A miner named narnlilU was rid-i hig out of tli� inino on oars. Ho waH -. rolled .mil rru.shmi, hrijnkiiig one 1 |f� assist 111 tno Conservation of p: Send name and address for y, new "Wa^time Cookery" This | book contains mipcs.chosen j,'; by the judges as (lie best and f*; most practical recipes submit- |;l "ono u";I 1^ ted in our recent cash prize :Xn';;:;^wa: | competition, it is intended to % arm, two r.lionhi'jr bludofi and cruslicd j in tlm rH)s on onu sido. II. Is a niarvrl i lie ovor OHino oiit allvo. Dr. 15nyflRltl i is In attondanoo who callod in Dr. i Halior to assist. Thfy hope lo inill him tliroiiBli. Or. Iloas, of rolotnan, wan In town Wednoflduy, loolthiB after Dr. McDon-ald'H patientR in liin absnncc. John K. Stafford ennie up from Pliielier ("reek on Wednesday and fo-turned the same evening. .Mr, Htaf-Cord is an oil driller for oil In Ihn I'e-trnlla field, lie also .spent three years In Sumatra looking after oil interests there. He ean give a eplendld di^scrlp-tlon of the country and oC its inhabitants. llev. \V. T. Young returned Thtirs-'!ay from lijdnionton where he has ! been attending a conEerenee. lie will now lake charge ot both the lllair-mciVii and Krank ehiiroiie.". Dr. IJIile visited Calgary this week. | lie attended a meeting of ilii.' Khrin-' c;rs in that oily, lie; .speaks well of the! joyous lime lie liad with that liapiiy | aggregation. The three' .^^aso^ lodcea of I1k> Pass towns met in Ulainnore last night. There wa.'^ a .splendid representation from Sentinel Lodge, flilcresl, nilt Lodge, Coleman and Rocky .Mountain Lodge, Blalrmore. A carload of \ .Masons also camo up from food and to (fleet savings in liome cooking and baking. Approved by Cani- and shortstop, and Mr. Arthur Bjorklund, pitcher. Both of these men have left to enlist with the U. S. forces, However, the team will carry on and do the befit po.5sible, with tho material Btlll left. A purse was made up hi Orion for both Mr. lloyt and Mr. Bjorklund and iiresonted with appropriate remarks on the eve of their departure. Tliese men will ho mifsscd very much not only on account of their baseball ability but also on account of their good fellow-Hhlp. .Medicine llat defeated the Orion team at Orion on June liud with a score of -1-0. It wa.s a very .snappy and Interesting game. This is the first time that Medicine llat has won from Orion at Orion. The same day the Orion juniors defeated the .Muiiyber-rles juniors witli a score of :!7-G. At Htzikoin on .luno -(lli, Orion lost lo Ktzikom with a score of tl to 17. The tact that poih pltcher.s' arms were out of condition and both teams had a hatting slrealc made tho score look like one made by school boys. PolloNving this game one wn.s jilayed by tho Orion iiiid I'ltzlkom juniors which Orion won by a score of ll-lli. This was tho most interesting gaino of the two. It was very remarkable how well tho boys played. Mrs. A, J. riynii has roturiifd from tho .Medicine lint hospital whore she had a most anccosstul operation for appoudicille. .Mrs. Walter Johnson who la visiting her home in tho States is oxpeet-ot! back next week. Mr. Joe (Jurdipoiii^ wlio has boon at ("ypress Hills since last fall has returned to Orion. .Air. Garclipee was very succosatul last winter in obtaining a timber wolf and seven cubs.-. Practically all the grain in this locality la up and doing nicely, except a small iiroportion of that which wats sowed late this spring. Tho shower of a week ago helped very much. BLACFt SMALLPOX IN KRUPP FACTORIES London, June 10.-A dispatch to tho Times from Tho iluguo quotes a neutral who has arrived there from Gor-nuuiy as HtiitliiK that u^ epidemic ot black Hinall pox Is ruglng among tho workmen of Uuj Krupp plant ul Ksson, with I'our or five fatal cases occurring dally. Vacciuiillon of evorv one is being compelled, Tho outbreak,'iho rilHputch adds, is attributed to undtir-fccdliis uud unsanita,!'"! iWAUUio'iii. good crowd was prc.-'n'. C'nrds and games v.crc ihe jirinci-pal features of the cnly iiar; of ilie evening. About mldii)i;lii the bcLxos were �ol(l. .Mr. K. O. WriKhi kindly giving his services in lyut'iiiiing off iler service tor nniliiiig" ilic whole rouiidailon of liu.-,iiiess ciiiic.s is mi-(leniiined. Such a prnpoHal Is a gros.-i lib(i. A traditional lie. Siicii jiroposals never did built up trade and com-nierci?. Tlie wars of the rudirc for tile w.-irhl't-i trade will 1k' fought and maiiilained witli llic aliilily and in-togrity of its man pov, lu- H..\si-;i) 0\ .SALAIIV. .Now let us takn the oiiur candidate. Here we have a. ymmg man with all the national trails. He has already served the city well. Ha.-provcd efficient in every departnieai. mm MACHINERY 1IAL,PR0H!B Ottawa, June 10.-In furtherance of the restriction of export, the export of macHlnery. of metal of every kind, to .tII destinations outside Canada, has been prohibited exDipt under Individual lic-enr.". Applications for approval of individual licenses must be made to the war trade board. ! ITAI>L\NS USED \ !'E( IJLIAR SEA TANH ! ___________ ; LoiidiJii, .lune il,-.\ccordlng to Vienna newspaper.-; rec(i\ed here, says I I ill' Central .News correspondent at i Am.sicrilam. 'the Italianfi used a sen ; tank during tlielr las) atlai-k on Poln. i Austria-s naval base on' the Adriatic. - The boat was forty feet long, six foe I wide and projielled 'Tiy ele(f'tricity, 1 "Tlii-re is -an endless rotary chair I around the vessel, fitted witli barbs, , v.liicli cut nets and other obfitacles i like the land tanks. The vessel has I two torpedo tubes." the boxes, which he did in hi.^ usual !''^'hat has been this young mans pol- wltly manner. After lunch there wa.-; music of all klnd.s and a iileasaiii linni' was spent in chatting with eaili one'.-^ iieij;hbor. The boxes alone liioiiKlit in a sum of i'.l'J.:;.';-and the c niilributions for tho evening brotiglii up iln- lumi total to $ir,3.S0. The tolhiwiii); day several who were unable tn lu- in-esent contributed the sum o;' .fN.i',"; to the .pre.'^i-dent and secretliry or tin this makes a grand miiu oi very creditable .'sliowi.'ij; for llie spirit of the people In thi- ruuiiiuuiily. Tli'j members of the lu.-^iiiute. both as a whole atid IndividiiiUl.r. are ver.v grateful to all who helpi'il to make such a tsnccess of this nfiiiir both riiianclally and socially, and ihey liope to have the pleasure of giving another as successful in tln' near future, lyast hut not, many thanks are due our kind entertaiiH rs. .Mr. and .Mrs. Do-niey. tor their great sliare toward the evening's enjoyment, especially in throwing oiien llieir home for the evening. i uie .pre.^j- ....... .....^ ........t, ....... ..... .  instiliii(\ I Kc liiglier yet. .\\�\ how is tills t :;i-l 1 .."I'l. a i uttalned'.' By honest effort. Mid WINNIPEG TELEGRAM HAS fJEEN SUSPENDED Winnipeg, June 10.-The Winnipeg Telegram Issues today its last edition for some time. Following a survey of the damage caused to the Telegram plant by Saturday's fire, a meetlnfl of the board of directors has decided to suspend publication Indefinitely. icy up lo the present'.' Starting in. no \ doubt in some minor position, increasing in usefulness titep by step. ' Later recognized as an authority in : eacli and every department under liis j per-ionai supervision. .N'ow holding a ' very importiint iiosltlon In which the ' fiuaucial success of the whole city j pivots. ..Vnd what then'.' Honest am-i liition tells thici young man he must I is this to be M idway between an honest start and a sue j ces.^tul future this luan .Meech is j struggling lo get foot on iho rung that I will lift liiiii higher. What is the re-j coinpense for honest effort'.' What I does our mayor, with fitudy. -foresight '; and effectiveness, expect to get as a 1 reward for his labor'.' Does the mayor' and .-Assessor Meech expect to I -stigmatize tlie effort of our forefathers by belittling the duties of a public office'.' Ladles and gentlemen, the reward of honest effort is "bigger pay." Therefore, in view of the tftrong citizens' representation in 'favor of lOx--Mayor Oliver no apology is needed- in furthot' abusing the privilege of a .secret ballot, Hospectfully yours, C. W. .MANSOX. PROHIBIT THEM. Victoria, B. C, June 11.-The city council last night authorized the mayor to prohibit all future meetings of the International Hihle As.soclatlon in this city. ??????????????????????????????????DDnaaciaDDuaaaoaa Cost so little that you can well afford several pairs �pLEET FOOT for "best" wear, or course. Another pair for golf, tennis, or motoring- a third for everyday wear. �It's a true economy to have more than one pair of tliicsc easy, comfortable, dressy Fleet Foot shoes. It means longer wear-and lends - happy variety to your warm weather costumes. "FLEET FOOT" provides styles for men, women and children-for every sport-every use. Ask your dealer to show you the new styles in "Fleet Foot" None genuine unless stamped f'FLEET FOOT" on the sole The best shoe dealers sell "Fleet Foot" CANADIAN CONSOLID.\TED RUBBER CO. LIMITED Head Office, Montreal 28 Service Branches Ihroughout Cannda f3Di--irjDDaaaanaaaaDDD 3IK Daat:iaQL:iDaDDai:icinan In time of need Every woman should know the comfort, and experience the relief of a reliable remedy that can be depended upon to right conditions which cause headache, dizziness, languor, nausea and constipation. At such times, nothing is so safe, so sure and speedy as During the past sixty year�, millions of women have found them mo.'it liclplul in toning and strengthening the system, and (or regulating the stomach, liver and bowels. These famous pills are entirely vegetable and contain no harmful or habit-forming drugs. LTse them with entire confidence iot they cause no unpleasant after-effects, and wiU not fail you Worm � Guinea a Box ^ Prttpiircd onW Tbomas Beecbam. Si. Helen,, l.Mcu!ii!r�. EnclanlL SaXd everrwJiers ia Canada asd 13, S. America, In boak,, 25 cent*. BAILIFFS SALE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA To Wit: By Order of Iwo Distress Wf>nants addressed to the undersigned In the matter ot two Chattel Mortgages Given by WILLIAM A. OTT To THE MERCHANTS BANK OF CANADA 1 HAVE SEIZED AND FURTHER BEEN INSTRUCTED TO SELL THE FOLLOWING GOODS AND CHATTELS, NAMELY All of the Tobaccos ,Cigars, Pipes and Tobacconist Sundries, Show Cases, Cash Register, etc.; also Barber Chairs, Pool Tables, Linoleum on Floor: One Orchestra; also Tiling for Floor. NOW ON THE PREMISES AT 212 FIFTH STREET SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. By Older of His Honour Judge Jackson these goods will be sold by either Public or Private Sale. It is the intention to sell by Private Sale Until TUESDAY, 18th day of JUNE, A.D. 1918 ' At 2.45 p.t* When 1 will offer what is left by Public Auction either in bulk or separately, that is; The Pipes in one lot; Cigars and Cigarettes in anothei' lot, and so on vintil the stock is disposed of. STOCK CAN BE SEEN, AT ANY TIME TEHMS: CASH M. YOUNG, BAILIFF, VOR THE MERCHANTS BANK OF CANADA LETHBRIDGE, 1ST JUNE, 1910. Lolhbrldgo, June 4th, 1918. 1970 7749 ;