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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 101S THE UH'HBRlDGEJ RALLY HERALD PAGE LATEST NEWS OF LETHBR1DGE AND THE SURROUNDING DISTRICT Miners und Veterans and Labor 'Men Plan Big Day of Sports The next WK liullday Is July two weeks from Monday next, nhen Lclbbrldge expects to entertain vlsl- ACUTE HEMS All TrutzKBU Uwku U 1U Tried tors from all points la the south, and especially from the biftilag centres be- tween Taber and Crow's Nest. Vis- itors are also expected from Drumhcl- Icr and- Ed moot oil, for on that date Itocky Mountain. Branch or the Canadian Mining: Institute (3 joining with tbo labor men ana the GAV.V.A. of Lcthbrldge to stage ihe naaual con- tests la mine rescue work and first aw. local Is charge of this work been lioWInt frequent meetings and the program now in excellent merchants have also been cenerous to the dona- tion of prizes for the eveuls of ivhlch there are about 24, and Hender- son 1'ark fatr grounds Will be crowd- id for the biggest sporla event staged in the'south country, this year. A new feature VhtcU lias been add- ed to the program cfwtcst for physical classes ffdai the echools and a valuable priaQ'fot annual competi- tion has been put up by tljo committee. It la possible that, owing to the largo nurnbar coining -from Crow's Nest Pass points that aj special train may he run early In the niorntng from h'crnlff, reluming tbo, same evening. Permission to run'such a iraln lias been the proper authori- ties. MR. jUS. S. R.R.NoM. Gilbert Plains, Man. "In Hie year had Nervous Prostration fa Us worst form was "reduced in weight from 170 pounds li tb'llB'pounda. The' doctors, had no hope 'of my recoTCO'i medicine T tried prated unfif afiiendt ttsdttffd 1 began to meiid almost at once; after.using this fruit medicine j for 3 or 4 months, I was back io my normal statfc of lieoHh. 1 never liad such good heilth for twenty years as I have enjoyed the paslaixyears.' "WeareneVerwithout a box of ,'Frult-a-tivcs'in fhchoust11. J AS.' DELCJA.TY. i t At aU.dealers or Sent postpaid ;on I receipt of price" Will Lecture, at Luncheon on Tuesday to City Organ- izations will on Tuesday be vis itcd by France Yelgb, secretary of the Canadinn War Lecturo Bureau. Mr Yelgh Is a speaker, of note ani is doing a grcal deal to keep up active Interest In (he war.. Ho has lo Judge "Jackson, who IB Jn charge o the work of 'the War Lecture Bureau here, and as u result a luncheon Is he ing arranged in; the Y..UC..A. tor Tuesday evehing'at o'clock when Mr. Yelgh will he entertained, am when he wlU entertain a number o Ixrthbridge organizations iritti one o his' lectures.-' Arrangements are be Ing madb to have present the t) arris ters of tho city, whan) Judge Jacfcson has named as members" of his war lecture committee In Lethbrldge, ths H6ard or Trade Council and Rotary Club. Any others desiring an invita- tion to the luncheon -are-asked to communicate vrllh A. B. phone 1S5C before six o'clock Monday., The local the Lecture Bu- reau' ts" coiiristenUif; active and Mr. Yelgh's .visit eibiicted to Increase. heal Interest, In th4 Vdrt. AND SWEDE Exhibitors Taking Up Space- Entries Pile Will lie Good Rock these Grates "Shaking down'1 a range fire has g6ne'Out of fashion., Kootenay Range duplex grates need only-be rocked gently. If you have used Ihe old fashioned jolting shaker you will hardly the fire is really shaken down when you rock thiiKootenay'duplex.grate. Kootenay range grates let All' the ashes fall into the ash pan but they keep j the clean hot fire iii the firebox.' No ashes can cling to any part of Kootenay Grates. .That is why you! get; a clear fire and the full benefit of your fuel. "Service in the Kitchen." This is onlj; rmt .of many feiiltirea of Ibc Kobteiidy nnngo dcscribwl in ft licaulitnl liltlo hocklct, "Ssrtfico In tho which will he moilcil frco on nxji tells Ml wxnsn to know bcf Montreal 'foionto N.n, tUmiltou aisip.': Voncraivfr Ciliary Hduiontoo. Sti'Vitoon For Sale by TAYLOR HARDWARE CO. Five we eke from neit Monday the g amalgamated fair and stampede will throw open the gates at Hender- son fair grounds and live weeks from Tuesday the exhibit Ion will bo well undfir the first big crowd on deck for the four days' program being staged by the fair societies of Cardston, Magratli, Raymond and bridge. The main dates of the fair vill be July ?3. 21. 20 and 26. To tlie lleratd this morning Mana- ger Moore stated that tlie first agri- cultural cnlrv; had been received, and Georfcc Ixihe. the famous Percheron breeder of the liar U has the honor. Ho entered a string of 13 ot hts Per- cherons. and slates that he may en- ter still more. The fact that the Per- cheroii Futurity Is to be jgdged in Lothljrltlgo this year'Is causing the Percheron breeders to cast their eyes this way, and the entries in. that class will be larpe In number. Space Filling Up. Space in the main building Is being ipldly taken by local concerns and by the end of next week There will be- little available. Two-thirds ot the space wns-gonc when the Herald call- ed on Air. Moore tlifa morning. Stamptde End, Thb end of the exhibition Is advanced. "Ray Knffiht told me yesterday that the stampedo com' mitleo could be ready to Btage Its program on said Mr. Moore aa showing what this Important .com- mittee Is doing. Ad Day, who with Mr. Knlsht Is taking charge of Ihe stampede, is going to Missoula, Mont., tor the slampeilo there on July 3, -1 and 5. and he expect? lo sign up a number of the leading riders. Kntries aro also coming Irom Pendlelon, Ore., and even from as far east as Neiv York where some oC (he best riders the StalerCart'proauce are located at Ihe present time. Mfkc von the championship last year -is Ircady Jn the city, and he slates tlia e Is but a forerunner of many to fol ow. Ray Knight, who is taking a pecfai the branding com etition which proved Buch a success ast year, states that he expects tour ntrfes for the competition, so that one stage its net every Auto Races. There a: possibility, yet that auto aces will be diy'ot he fair. Mr! Sloan, who staged- acea last year in Cnlgary, Is ialing with -Manager Moore with ulis n.Tiew. Altogether the outlook Is brlgrtt for finest fair and the largest crowds the hlstoryvoT Ihe city. It IB vbe; K extensively advertised, anfl ths who fitter.ded gear's tampedc are- expected _to, ,1m ;here. thousands more wiltf them.; Toronto, Juno officers and >oard of directors of the Canadiau Press Association eiectPd this after- noon. ?fe: President J. Taylor Jlast J'riiildent J, H. Calgary HeraM. Vice Presidents, lirliUh Columbia and Yukon Division, V. J, Durd. Van- couver Province; Albertn Divisioa, Jobn Letiiln-idge Herald; Hafikalchewau, lloii. rt. .j. Lalta. Prai- rlo iVen'8, Oovan; Manitoba, E. H. Macklln, Maultoha Press, Local Man Honored Can. Press j. Taylor President uiuiiiv i Chulrman or "Uio daily section. M. H, Jennings, Jounial; Weekly section, CP. ti, Pearce, ford Star; Trade' and Class section, Acloa Burrows- JCanadtan ItaUway anil Marine World. Toronto. The paper .commission, P. p. osf, Ottawa Joiinml ['ross; Labor 'comniiltec, 1'reston, lirantlord Expositor; Advertising committee, George B. Scroggle. Toronto Mail and Empire; Postal ami Parliament com- mittee, W. B. SmalHicld, Mercury; Circulation commHlee, J. Darby, Toronto JIail and Empire. _ T. >tonc- lon, K.( Merrill, Sher- brooftc Record; Henry Gagnon, Le Solell, Quebec; E. Hoy Sales, Port 'Elgin Times; G. RooU, Canadian Home Journal, Toronto- K. B; Ktliott, Allislon Herald; Mrs. J. Roo. Ma- W. F, Her- Star; S. R. Tlodson, Okotoks Tlevlew; n. J. McDougall Penllcton Herald. Jolm M. Imrie con tinuc as secretary managcf., JEW NOW COMMANDS AUSTRALIAN ARMY. Reu- ters Ottawa .Monaeh has .been promoted lo the rank, of Lieutenant- General and was given ol This lifghest... positfon -t iu .Ihc British army ever held.' by a s v m A National Asset ESPECIALLY in these days when thrift is patriotism, you can conscientiously own a motor car. Ills a mis- _e____... __ 11. _ t __11 ___I taken idea of economy that would prompt you to put buying one. Clear thinking men realize today that the automobile is absolutely essential lo business and domestic life. One prominent manufacturer has said: "Take, the telephone, the wireless and the automobile out of our lives and we would retrograde fifty yeare." National economy is a thing to be applied care fully, land with a view lo preserving the interests o[ commerceiand business in the healthiest possible state. The realization is growing everywhere that anything that1 will speed up production, that will serve to get things done jr.cre rapidly, that increases man's personal efficiency big national asset The automobile is an essential utility today because it is doing these things. The Ford offers the beat value on the market. A U priea svbjrct 10 irar efMrsfA, frcrfi trvckraiActf FORD GARAGE Dealers, Lethbridge A. P. VEALE Dealer, Warner Z.N.SKOUSON Dealer, Raymond rise vNirens.41. csn C.S.UI. 575 770 One-Ton Truck F. 6. B. ford, Onl. More Land To Be.Farmed Govl.' Established Farm oh' ''Reserve That the Blood Indian .reserve of acres, which has In the jcen given ofccr .almost entirely; to (razing, will be made more productive n order to help iticet the needs of the allies was ehown tills rooming by statements made to tho Herald by In- dian Agent Wlvvorth who la In vjhc city. Mr. Dllivorlli states that the Indians this spring have Increased (heir acreage under crop to acres, an Increaso of liOO and that Ihcy are laJitng.holil with n will. Government Farm on1 In addition to this the government Kself (3 csi.ilillshing GOOD acre farm on tho south ciiil of near -five iraclor'onlflta now busy breaking uji land for crop next year. The Indians are also letni ing Oiolr aid In this projecl.' Tbe government, has also leased at Cardston some ten sections to farmers In thai district on flvo year (cases. Mitl the farmers have. tho right to break'Inn land for grain crops. Tills Ihey are doing row. Grazing leases oro also being mudft under an arrangement made by Iho Indians whereby they, release 4i.OOO acres five miles west of Cardston' and acres on Ihc northern-entl, to he leased for grazing purposes. This Is (ho land Mr. Dlhvorlh'has'been dealing with In Hie city during the paal Uvo day.i. He slntijs thai praC' llcally all the tract has been taken tip already. TitTURN T6 WORK Victoria, il. 0.. June boll- errtakerc wlio hnvc been on strike at Ihc plant of Ihe Depot (or tho his! two days will return l< work loday.' ii snllstadory settle, ineul having leacl'.cd. Iji an ef- fort Io iiiiika Ihc lioiirj siiiftfooiory Iho'lmpcrhll'MunirKSni Hcur.l will ono shift per day from now ou, reduc- ing lo one all 10, and Mils Into (cliln'B oilf u'MTfitic-r of'iiien en- Bused In olber Hades, Ihi will be kept busy, Miss l.owery In her acllftrTagainst II.Houlns, the Toronto real cslald (laniaRCS for'breach of pro- mise, was awarded WWW Delays are Dangerous! The railways will be, unable to handle the wheat crop this UNLESS the people of Manitoba, Saskatchewan Alberta get nV'i'xi greater part of their coal for winter use. afc paper-' !i' "i There's lots of Coal in Alberta, but it ia yet ti Don't freeze this winter for lack of forethought' row, ConcBttoiu never like this before and we urge im'mediiiie plwlng of ordern your own sake. EVERY CAR OF ALBERTA GOAL IS t GOVERNMENT INSPECTED Government of Province of Alberta JOHN T. STJBLUfO, Fuel Administrator for Alberta, ;