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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, .TtlNR 15, mi 8 > ! the u:tmbridge; daily iterald PAGE NINtS LATEST NEWS OF LETHBRIDGE AND THE SURROUNDING DISTRICT E Fl Miners nnd Veterans and Labor Men Plan Big Day of Sports Tlio next big holiday is July 1st, two weeks from Monday next, when Lcthbrldgo expects to onterttiln visl- ACUTE NERVOUS El All TrealmenU Proved UleleM Ubtil llo Tried "FRUIT-A-TIVES''. tors from all points In th6 south, anil CBpecliilly from the mining centres between Taber and Crow's Nest. VIb-llors are also expected from Drumliol-Icr and Edmoaton, tor on that date the lUicky Mountain Branch ot the Cantidlnn Mln^nB Instltuto Is joinlim with the labor men and the OAV.v.A. o( Lcthbrldgo to utnge the annual eon-tests In mine rescue work and first aid. The local commlttoo In charge of this work have been holding frequent meotlngs nnd the program Is now In excellent shape. Locsl merchants have also been generous In the donation o( prizes for the �apoHs events of which there are about 24, and Mender-son Park fair grounds will be crowded for the blBBOst sports event Blagod In the south country this year. A new featufo Svhich hfta boon added to the program ist- a contest for physical classes from the schools nnd tt valuable prigo for annual compcll-tlon has been put up by the committee. It is posslblo that, owing to the largo number coming from Crow's Nest Pass points that a special train may be run oarly In the morning from Kernio, returning the same cvoniuB. Permission to run such a train lias boon asked from the proper authoiM-tles. FOR BIG EXHIBITION � AND STAMPEDE Exhibitors Taking Up Space-Entries Pile in-Stampede Will Be Good OHN A VICE-PRESIDEN Local Man Honored Hy Can. Press Asso.-W. .1. Taylor President MR. JAS. S. DELGATY. 11.R. No. 4. Gilbert Plains, Man. "In the year 1910,1 had Nervous Prosiralion in its worst form ; w.is reduced in weight from 170 pounds to U5 pounds. Tho doctors had no hope of my recovery, and every medicine T tried proved u.sclcss until a/rieitdjndticid wr. lo lake "Frtiil-a-ilves", 1 began to mend almost at once ; and after using this fruit mndicino for 3 or 4 months, 1 was bacli to my normal statfe of health. lnevi?rhad such good health for twenty years as I have onjoyed tho past six years. Wo are never without n box of 'Fruit-a-livcs' in the house". J AS. S. DELGATY. COc. a box, 6 for .fS.riO, trial size 25c. At all dealers or sent postpaid on � receipt of price by Fruit-a-tiTca Limited, Ottawa. FRANK YEIGH TOVISITCITY Will Lecture at Luncheon on Tuesday to City Organizations Lethbddgc will on Tuesday be visited by Frank Yeigh, secretary of the Canadian War Lecture Bureau. Jlr. Yelgli is a speaker of note and is doing a great deal to keep up active interest In tho war. Ho has wired to Judge Jackson, who is In charge of the work ot the War Lecture Bureau here, and as a result a luncheon Is being arranged in the Y.M.C.A. for Tuesday evening at G:30 o'clock when .Mr. Yeigh will be entertained, nnd when ho will entertain a number ot Lethbrldge organizations with one of IvIh lectures. Arrangements are being made to have present the barristers of the city, whom Judge Jackson has named as members of his war lecture committee In Lethbridge, tho Board of Trade Council and Rotary Club. Any others desiring an invitation to the luncheon are asked to cnmmunicato with A. B. Hogg, phone 1650 before six o'clock Monday. The local -branch of the War Lecture Bureau is cons'lstently active and .Mr. Veigh's visit Is expected to increase local Interest In the work. Rock these Grates "Shaking down" a range fire has gone out of fashion. Kootenay Range duplex grates need only be rocked gently. 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 grate. Kootenay range grates let all the ashes fall into the ash pan but they keep the clean hot fire in 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. "Servic^e in the Kitchen." Booklet Fre*. This is only one of many fon:t\iros of the Kootenay UanRo described in a beautiful little booklet, "Ser'vioo in the Kitchen," which will be mailed free on roqueit. It tells all a woman wants to know about a range bofor�*8Ue buys it. London Montreal Toronto St,.John, N.B. Hamilton Winniprg Vmu'imver Caluary Udiuontou Suskatoun For Sale by TAYLOR HARDWARE CO. I'Tve weeks from next .Monday the big Hnialgaiiialod fair and alninpedo will throw open the gates at Henderson I'ark fair grounds and five weeks from Tuesday the exhibition will ho well under way.and the first big crowd on deck for the four days' iirogram being staged by the fair sociellOH of (-'ardston, .Magroth, Haymond and Lethbiidgc. The main dates of the fa/r be July IM, 2r, and 2C. To the Herald this morning Manager .Moore stated that the flr.sl agricultural entry, had been received, and George Lane, the famous Perchorou breeder of the Uar II has the honor. Ho entered a string ot IS ot his Per-chcrons. and .slates thnt he may enter slill more. Tlie fact that tho Per-cherou Futurity is to bo Judged In Lethbrldge this year is causing the Porclieron breeders to cast their eyes this way. and the entries in that class Willi be largo In number. Space Filling Up. Space In the main building i.f being rapidly taken by local concerns and by the end ot next week there will be, little available. Two-thirds of the' space was gone when tho Herald called on Mr. Moore this morning. Stampede End. "The stampede end of the exhibition Is well advanced. "Ray Knight told me yesterday that the stampede committee could be ready to stage its program on Monday," said Mr. Moore as showing what this important committee is doing. Ad Day, who with Mr. Knight is taking chargn of the stampede, going to Missoula, Jtont., for the stampede tliere on July ;!, 1 and 5. and he expects to sign up a number of the leading riders. Entries are also coming from Pendleton, Ore., and even from as far east as New York where some of the best riders the States can produce are located at the present time. Mike Hastings, who won the championship last year Is already in the city, and he states that ho is but a forerunner ot many to follow. Ray Knight, who is talcing a special interest' In the branding competition which proved such a success last year, states that he expects four entries tor the competition, so that one outfit will stage its act every day Auto Races. There is a poEslbility yet thac auto races will be staged the last day of the lair. Mr. Sloan, who stagci the races last year In Calgary, is negotiating with Jfanager Moore with this in view. Altogether the outlook Is bright for tho finest fair and the largest crowds in the history ot the city. It is being extensively advertised, and the thousands who attended las'- year's stampede are expected to bo hero bring thousands more witS '.Uem. ROTE IDE Toronto. Jjmn I!.-Thn officors and board ot directors of tim Canadian Press Association rlccif-d this afternoon, are: President W. J. T;i>inr .Woodstock Sontii!el-Hovi( : ? � ; There's lots of Coal in Alberta, but it is ycit to be mined. Don't freeze this winter for lack of forethought now. Oon(Utions were never like this before and we urge immediate ipladng of orders -for your own sake. EVERY CAR OF ALBERTA COAL IS GOVERNMENT INSPI^CTED Government of th�s Province of Alberta JOHS T. STIKLIHQ, Fuel Administrator for Allwrta. 1: 64 3340 1 ;