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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBWDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE NtN2 LATEST NEWS OF LETHBRIDGE AND THE SURROUNDING DISTRICT BIG PROGRAMME III Miners nnd and Lnbor Men Plan Big Day of Sporfo The next big holiday is July weeks from Monday when Lethbrldge expects to entertain vlsl ACUTE NERVOUS El AH Treatment Proved UNfeM UWI iU Trtod Gilbert In the year hud Nervous Prostration in its worst form was reduced in weight from 170 pounds to 116 The doctors had no hope of my and every medicine I tried proved useless until a friendf induced nif to take 1 began to mend almost at once and after using this fruit medicine for 3 or 4 I was back to my normal state1 of I never had such good health for twenty years as I have enjoyed tho past six Wo are never without ft box of Fruitatives in the a 6 for trial sine At all dealers or sent postpaid on receipt of price by Fruitativea torn from alt points In the and especially from the centres be tween taller Crftwi Vis itors are also expected trom Drumhoi ler for on that date the Hocky Mountain Branch of the Canadian Mining Institute g joining with the labor and the of Lethbtldge to ttftge the annual con tests In mine work and first The local committee in charge of this work have been holding frequent meetings and program In now in excellent Local merchants have also been generous In the dona tion of prizes for the events of which there are about and Hender son Park fair grounds will be crowd ed for the biggest sports event staged In the south country this A new feature Which been add ed to the program ir a cbntest for physical classes from the schools and a valuable pplie for annual competi tion has been put up by the It is possible owing to the large number coming from Crowa Nest Pass points that a special irain may be run In the morning from returning the name Permission to run such a has been asked from the proper authori FRANK YEIGH TOVISITCITY Will Lecture at Luncheon on Tuesday to City Organ izations Loth bridge will on Tuesday be vis ited by Frank secretary of the Canadian War Lecture Yelgh Is a speaker of note and is doing a great deal to keep up active Interest in the He has wired to Judge who is Jn charge of the work of the War Lecture Bureau and as a result a luncheon is be ing arranged In the for Tuesday evening at when Yeigh will be and when he will entertain a number of Lethbridge organizations with one of hls Arrangements are be ing made to have present the barris ters of the whom Judge Jackson has named as members of his war lecture committee in the Board of Trade Council and Rotary Any others desiring an invita tion to the luncheon asked to communicate with phone 16iC before six oclock The locai branch of the War Lecture Bu reau is consistently active and Yeighs visit expected to increase local interest In the Rock these Grates Shaking down a range fire has gone out of Kootenay Range duplex grates need only be rocked x If you have used the old fashioned jolting shaker you will hardly believe the fire is really shaken down when you rock the Kootenay duplex Kootenay range grates let all the ashes fall into the ash pan but they keep the clean hot fire in the No ashes can cling to any part of Kootenay That is why you get a clear fire and the full benefit of your in the Booklet This is only one of many fonttiros of the Kootenay KnriKe described in a beautiful little Service in the which will be mailed free on It tells all a woman to know about a ranee buys McClaryis Montreal Wiuuipcg Viiiiioiiver Toronto Calgary Ediuontou Hamilton Saskatoon For Sale by TAYLOR HARDWARE Exhibitors Taking Up Entries Pile Will He Good Five weeks from next Monday the Wg amalgamated fair anil stampede will throw open the gates at Hender son tark fair grounds nnd five weeks from Tuesday the exhibition will be well under the first big crowd on deck for the four days program being staged by the fair societies of Raymond and The main dates of the fair will be 25 and To the Herald thls morning Mana ger Moofe stated thftt tlie first agri cultural had been and George thc famous Percheron breeder of the Bar II has the He entered a string of IS of his Per and states that he may en ter still The fact that the Per cheron Futurity Is to be judged in Lethbridge this year is causing the Percheron breeders to cast their eyes this and the entries In that class will be largo In Space Filling Space In the main building is being rapidly taken by local concerns and by the end of next week there will little Twothirds of the upace wasgone when the Herald call ed on Moore this Stampede The stampede end of the exhibition la well Ray Knight told me yesterday that the stampede com mittee could be ready to stage its program on said Moore as showing whht this important com mittee is Ad who with Knight is taking charge of ithe lis going to for the stampede there on 4 and and he expects to sign up a number of the leading Entries are also coming and even from as far oast as New York where some of the best riders States can produce are located at the present Mike who won the championship last year is already in the and he states that he is but a forerunner of many to fol Ray who is taking a special interestin the branding com petition which proved such a success last states that he expects four entries for the so that one outfit will stage its act every Auto There is a possibility yet that auto races will be staged the last day of the Who staged the races last year in Is nego tiating with Manager Moore with this in Altogether the outlook is bright for the finest fair and the largest crowds in the history of the It is be ing extensively and the thousands who attended las years stampodo are expected to lie here brinsf thousands more wit More Land To Be Farmed Established Farm on Reserve That the Blood Indian reserve of which has in the past been given over almost entirely to will be made more productive in order to help meet the needs of the allies was shown this njorning by statements made to the Herald by In dian Agent Mlworth who is in the Dihvorth states that the Indians tliln spring have increased their acreage under crop to 5500 an increase of 1UOO and that they are talcing hold with a Government Farm on In addition lo this tho government itself la establishing u COOO acre farm on the south end of the near and five tractor outfits are now busy breaking up land for crop The Indians are also loud ing their nit in this Tho government Iras also leased at Gardston some tea suctions to farmors In that district on flvo year nnd the farmers have the right to break the land for grain This I hey arc doing Grazing leases aro also beinf made uudor an arrangement made by tho Indians whereby they release acres fiva miles west of Curdaton and acres on the northern to be leased f6r grazing This is the land Dilworth has been dealing with lu tha city during the pant two He states that prac tically nil the tract has bean taken up A VICEPRESIDENT Local Man Honored By Press Taylor President officer and board of directors nf fho Canadian Press Association oloctfd this after are President Taylor AVootlstock Cast Jrunldent Calgary Vice Brltuli Columbia and Yukon Van lioUver Province Alhrrta Lethhrldge Herald Prai rlo Qovan Manitoba Free Winni peg Ontario and Qhev Le Montreal Maritime John Te legraph Toronto Chairman of the daily Ednionfon Journal Weekly Water ford Star Trade mid Class Acton Burrows Canadian Railway and Marine The paper Ottawa Journal Press Labor Brantford Expositor Advertising George Toronto Mail and Empire Postal and Parliament com Herfrew Mercury Circulation Toronto Mail and Monc Transcript STher brooke Record Henry Le Quebec Hoy Port Elgin Times Canadian Home Toronto B Alliston Herald Ma Western Canadian Her Saskatoon Star Okotoks Review Pentlcton John Imrle con tinue as secretary and JEW NOW COMMANDS AUSTRALIAN t friine Via Reu ters Ottawa Major General Sir John Monagh has promoted to the rank of lieutenant General and was given full command of tralian army This is the highest in British army ever held by a A National Asset ESPECIALLY in these days When thrift is you can conscientiously own a motor It ia a mis taken idea of economy that would prompt you to put off buying Clear thinking men realize today that the automobile is absolutely essential to business and domestic One prominent manufacturer lias said Take the the wireless and the automobile out of our lives and we would retrograde fifty National economy is a thing to be applied with a view to preserving the interests of commerce i and business in the healthiest possible The realization is growing everywhere that anything that will speed up that will serve to get things done that increases mans personal efficiency big national The automobile is an essential utility today because it is doing these The Ford offers the best value on the AII mbjrct to tear tax ittcrpf trvclrf liurf FORD GARAGE Lethbridge VEALE Warner SKOUSON Raymond TUB UNIVERSAL CAR RmMbmrt 878 TooHfm MS tTO S70 OneTim Truck 780 RETURN TO WORK June boll ermakera who huvo been on strike at the plant of tho Victoria Machinery Depot for Hie hint two iliiyH will return work a siirlHluitory settle ment having an ef lu in the hours tmliBluciory tlie Imperkil Munitions Mcuiiil will set uiiri xliKL per day from now rtuluc im to uiii ami will tulu IdliiiK ill u iiiiniliir o nun en gaged in other nlilioiigh the boilernjuVers will lie Uipt howery in her action against the Toronto real iistate dninugrs for hrrach of pro WHO uwiirdiil Delays are Dangerous rv The railways will be unable to handle the wheat crop this UNLESS the people of Saskatchewan and Alberta get n T greater part of their coal for winter use at Theres lots of Coal in but it U yet to be Dont freeze this winter for lack of forethought Conditions were never like this before and we urge immediate placing of orders your own EVERY CAR OF ALBERTA COAL IS GOVERNMENT INSPECTED Government of Province of Alberta JOHN Administrator for ;