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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Jl'NK 19. DAILY LATEST NEWS OF LETHBRIDGE AND THE SURROUNDING DISTRICT E Frank Yeigh, Moled Ledurer, Tells Local Men of Value, of Work Canada lias already an army ot 1000 five-minute men in nearly tureo hundred 'ctlfes aiftl (owns enrolled tn HID Canadian War Euro Uuroau of which Sir UoUcrt Fal- coner Is honorary president aritf Mr. Frank Yetfili is secretary. U Is" a ?reat Biieafclcg ago'ucy or an ctlui-utive ami stimulative nature, recognized by t'anadian.KOvernuient, and coming antler the department or tlio I'rlvy Council. It (s 11 ossidle through this organization to reach total audiences Jf about a'week, and tti this not only can Insidious Gorman propaganda lio i-ombatted, but im- petus is in all flip such as those Tor lory Loans, flic Ued Cross and the Patriotic Fund. Guest at Luncheon Mr, Yelgh, secretary ol die organ- 'ratlon wns in lUe city yesterday ou a Jour of iho west where he Is furthering '.he work of the organization, anil while hero he was gnesl of the local bureau, which up to tlio present has been composed of the local 13ar So Holy, Jufafe JacUoii as local flia1nuu.il, vljlllnj official of lUu bureau the guest at a luncheon in hla honor, in iho Y. M. C. A. lust ov- fining which was Allen Jed by the mini- ol the bar society, ml a number of the members ot" eai-fu the Uotary club anj the board'.of I rule council. a very interesting ad dress Mr. Ycijjh nointetl out tue need for such an organiiuliou1 throughout- Canada aikil.tolJ of the yreal yorfs being uc- complhihed in many ttiitreg. In itilroduciufi JlrJ'.Yelgh, Judge Jackson declared Hial was already considerably on 1 lie niftp in all war Qfforln, haviufi sent H.por toni. of her population tp" the. froqt, and having done pyljrlolle cam- paigns to raise nioncy-for war work. Mr, Yclgh said lie to find u going concern In Hie dVv of 11-elhln'Wge where. much has been rdOMu for (he war. The Juovcuie'nl lit charge of liia" bureau dMen't'Cast auy reflect Sou on x'lho patriot Un) of any town or city, Vui Is.calculated to keep war efforts at the highest nltch. One of the nbjocls of ..the bureau. bul not the clilct object, rfs to cohihat German propaganda, ami 119 matter what one may thtnli'plj; the blr.nders of (Jcrinan diplomacy, thefo hail been ;io blunder hi.theji' propaganda campaign, One had only to Ilusaia, lit the insidious campaign-df propaganda which nearly destroyed luly last fall.'at the efforts'in U. S. A. which luive rccenljy bt'cn so ruthlessly ex- posed In U.; SJ magazines. In China too, great hnrm ts b.eing done at pres- cnl. the Germans being very anxious (o stir up strffc'tficrc and'succeed in gaining a back door into China thus threatening Hrilish India.' is seething at the iirescnl Time because IMPORTANT AUCTION BALE AT WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS FRI. NEXT, JUNE 21 AT TWO O'CLOCK FRANK WADDJNGTQN WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, AS ABOVE, A QUANTITY OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE And effects Including: Very handspnie turned oak dlnlng'euitc comnrislPB diniup table; bultet and chairs; pair ot very ImndBom'! Den chairs, allovcr tapestry brass hod, complete springs and leU nia'ttresa; Very tnaliogany parlofisnlte; set of solid oakf diners; solid oak terv ?feb'6q 'single complete; leather upliolslered lounge; sniall' sized ;REFRIG- ERATOp; deti lounge chair; two brand new Cohgolcinn line large gas niuge; veo' f'nc Stanley PIANOFORTE In MAHOGANY CASE, jierfecl tone; numerous smaller Hems.. ARE REALUY HIGH CLASS GOODS IN THIS SALE. ROOMS OPEN THURSDAY EVENING TERMS CASH. PHONES Depot Snl.'Avc. arn! ftth St. and, J3lh Sti 2Ifl( f Fair OrontuJs ,.f. got to do with Canada? The raitilic-allous of German American societies In the Stales shuuM-be our! warning. "U Ve Oiluk Germany lias en. If wo tUink It's harmless wo'rfc mistaken. If we think It U uiH-wcev sary lo offset it with the truth ne'jrR mistaken." Constructive Side Thai Is cue phase ot the uyrfc. The oilier phase is on the rouatruc'livc HS an auxiliary to wtiat Is loltl from platform aud tbe Time ure still BODIC folks En Canada who tmed informing as to >vhal fifhtlng for. There are many who need to he kept keyed up. arc not in the position of toohing'on' al thi great war .'over >re-lti It- Slimulaiion is 'necessary that; wo uiay not las- unO oijr iivo ntlnole. ipeakers, who are idenlltiil with- Iho tout-minute men In iho U. K, on wiiom von vailed at the outbreak of ibe i One Young Did Not Have The Highl Kind -i Some.Fincd got youf he Uomhilon ppilce man "YPs." replied the civv. he hauled out a This rather amusing in ctrrlfd tor cttn'iige.1 M. CommlssKihcr 1'uhflc Ulllltlcs People's Foruhi Comnmhication3 under thla heading must bear tho signatures of., tbe writers. THE CIVIC ELECTION- June 17th, coming municipal election should he consldcrecl-a happy one. The people of have reason to congra1 Ijilate themselvca on being permitted lo choose 9 Coniniissionpr Public Works between two of its very begl citizetis. H is rarely that two men of such high quality can be made aValj able to chooae from. It ts true In genoral lype, age and perhaps expcr lence, there Is n wide difference, bu1 In-integrity, honesty, purer motive and filgh purpose, there is no Mr. Oliver, with his many years :o: former service and experience In ran nicipal'affairs, his residence in his ,modest hut splendi" and successful business career, vfoulu make hta services very lo thft city, eapeclafiy at Ibis the city has great need of expansion careful hut conslrno live (level op men I flnd maintenance consistent with economy It Is seldom hnlccd that a mau ot sncV ma I ure 'judgme.nl, calmness of mind reserve, slrengttr'of character and fin anil ai Ihe sam pitivt1 lie form o( contracts between the railroad ail in in 1st ration and ihe new Consolidated Rxyress Company" without some provision for restoration' or (omptetioii alter the'war. i froJU o'clock till afler six. Tlje n. jjowevei- did not reach an far lavo bgou taken up. Most of theanj u us nor as far oas, as flliej- while nr Medicine Hal. At the Kxperfmental Farm here raiii felt for about ten minutes, the precipitation recorded be- Altogether the sitiialioii is mve been handed pvcr u, ihe Military uIliortlieB, hems Fiioiv why tiey were not. In khaki. One of fhcso a wlio Uad ao ar evaded ihe operation uf the act. iu Proof of Ag- lo assume serious proportions A nuniber ot haturalfeciL cfMzcns of Hie whole of Soulfieni Albcru. ten-enemy birlh seem to ihiiih thai} farmers are tiol (Jisgulshis Hie fact thut la necessary is to tarry Uielr thai the hot weather has already had lalurallzullou BUL-II effect, anil no bumper crop is uow vas this morning fined ?S iitid costs for. However, there are many .r failure la-have proof of Mi wliere all is needed is a i his person good rain and boiler ihan an uvcragc With regard to unmarried men, win be harveatetl. while eren iti ]i-opf of age rnuut >D L-arried. This the direst rfislrfcls heavy; rains now nay bo secured fa'throe vaiys. A j would ccrtHlcato from-the reg'DUntr of atatlsUcs may be secured. If thin is i not- available, a .cerfffiVatfl signed by wu roimtable parties''Maiing lliot thej jerson-is a certain age is sufticienl.j Jr fin alfldavlt taken liciforo atcom-; rulsslouer by either o! i1m parents will] suffice. The Dominion p'plice have been in' .clhbrldgo now fgr nearly two weeks, i They worked Tor a week warning before any aifre'sts were made-1 They have fairly welt cleaned up tlwiri job here, BO will commence shortly 1 o mahe Iho rounds of tlie country dis-j .rids. OF CANADA Keep the Partly Savings in a Joint Account hi the names of two or' more Husband and Wife, Brother and Sister, of Father and Son.. It is an all-round as either can deposit or withdraw money, and in case'of death the balance goes to the survivor without any formalities, formine'an Immediate source money; LETHBRlrJGE BRANCH F, W. N.CHOL60N, Manager BRANCH F. V. Caverl, Manager BARONS BRANCH.....J. Blackwood, Motorist Paradise Golf-Fishing Touring Got fresh vim for yonr war your efficiency hy a visit to cool, green, dis- tinctive VICTORIA and wonder-' ful Vancouver Euro- pean Lour in miniature. WftlTE FOR JNFORMATION PUBLICITY COMMISSIONER VICTORIA BRITISH COLUMBIA Changing a rf" Tirje is one of the unpleasant i liings most autoinobillsts soum1 time have to do.. We can save you money on rubher. bills if yon entrust your Ures and tubes lo us for our ivork in VULCANIZING Prompt, thorough work our 1 Lethbridge Tire and Repair Station F. B.'MeKtnnon, Proprietor ,_ 305 Sixth Street S..' Lethbridge, Alia. Phone 496 "SEKVICE THAT Trim South End Ball Team Hy {p I1 Old Timers A team of younp blooils from the north side, waliopctl'iho tar cut of Ihti southsitlc youngsters rtl a ball game staged nlglit, Ihc awful score be'ing 24 lo Ttie terrific for seven The detfiUs are too terrible, to relate, llic pitcher, RMpatli, having the outhendera on his staff from'the word go.. .The teams linctl np as follows: South sicie--Buti. Coffcy, Marlfn. C'ollfcr, Smith, Young, Irvine, Mason, and PuJle.v. North Sirfe-r-V.'aUosi, Ferko, l.akie, Gust, .Mac, JacXsim, Tambor, Jliiljiath ami Ganl. I he North Sitters tiow a challenge against (he olil war j horses, Iho Old Timers, who Imve yet to-lioV to defeat. Jt Is .understood tnc Uankers want a. cnicli tit the Old Timers, who have apparently a busy season ahead. Food Will Win the War Serve your country and'yourself by raising FOOD on the fertile plains of Western Canada. The Canadian Peci fie Railway makes it easy for you to begin. Lands 511 u> on acre; irrigated land up to 20 years to pay. Loan toassistsctilcra on irrigated lands, Get full particulars and f rcc illus- trated literature; from 355 !si St. Eaif, CALGAHV DOES YOUR i RADIATOR LEAK All radiator troubles repaired and made as good as new without i'emoving.the (ins. c W_E ABSOLUTELY GUA'RANTEE ALL OUR WORK and want (o show hnoiv to do a good job on any.- kind of repairs lo au'ld or tractor radtetors. '_. (CALL AND SEE US Andy's RarJiatpr Repair Station BEHIND DAL'LAS I. I'alU of Southern AlberlJ worn vis- itOd by'good rains on Tuesday otter- noon according to reimrls from the Lelhbrldge railway district received by Hie, general offices of the 0. P. U. The district' wns tlie moat favored, good stiowers falling there Slid nl Seven south of How Island about seven miles rain fell Packer of WILSON'S FLY PADS Kin Moet SX AOOTH Cr ANV STICKY TLY fATCITS Cfttn la SoU by all Drur- Oroccn and General Storci- Our Annual Summer Auction Sale 1 s Of Selected Clydesdales Will be held on JULY 4th 1918 AT P.M. by HaWlltlM, hnniU his Men's KurnlshinKa the auf'ilonecr, t Ibc bertoflf Ar lilt 'nniH "i 3 h'i to o 'si'tll io AT VICTORIA PARK, CALGARY, ALBERTA We will offer abont 30 head of higheit class of CLASS SHOW STOCK. 6 Stallions and 24 Females; also a few EVERV ANIMAL A SHOW ANIMAL, 6R RAISED FROM "HIGH CLA Horses will bt on exhibition during Calgary Summer Fair, June 28thJuly 6th, at Victoria Park, Calgary, Alberta. i. r 'a J. f BOX P. M. 'qO, Calgary, ;