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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta fUESDAY, JUNE 2G, 131J All sizes. Tan or black for men, women and children. CARDSTOX [From Our Oira CardstoD. June forenoon programme of patriotic speeches, etc.. has not yet been made but all arc assured B profit- arid pleasant time. S. 5. Newton )rk.nE bard with the tanil boj'S L up fine programme of special The sports and racing com- e are out wilb a big programme IIow.s: for Da minion Day game at 10' a .in. img races: and girls, under j years; prize dlTidcd, Boys1 T lo 10 prize rtirldpd. Is'. 7 to 10. prize 51.50; divided. s1 10 io 13, prizes 75c, 25c. 1s, 10 to 13. prizes 75cr 50e, 25c. 075' 33 to 15 prizes 51, 75c, 50c. rls, 13 to la, prizes 75e, 50e. General, spoils: Fat incu's race 220 Ibs. or over, con- cealed prize., iding bi-oid jump, ?2. nn.Dg broad jump, ires" fus-o'-war, east side concealed prize. vards .rree-Tor-all, prizes 31.50. Ticeloarrow relar race. J. T. nn et al vs. Duer.et al; bzdge lies', nail driving contest, 6 each, 51, SOc, I free. Apply Chas. chairinaD, rtuue telliDg" booth on the ground .A public, able to get l Dall Youc BOTS Girls' Boys' Girls. Girls, Stai nu Ladie. west s 100. 53, Whc Bro to Ladie: prizes, Alls raa Portu Programme for-July 4, pay pa me at 1 p.m., ilnsralh TS- CiJdston. Horse races following at the feh grounds. Halt mile mnnlujj, free-Ior-allr prizes Enumeration race, tree-for-all. prizes ?5. !3. Boys' pony race, quarter mUe, 1 hands or under; fS, 15. Team race, half mile; J10, Indian rare, naif mUe; ?5, Backet race; J5, ?3. Running race, quarter m.le, free-ror- all; ?5. Carriage team trot or'pace; free-for-all; ?a. llunnbg three-quirier mile, (rec-for all, ?16; Runntng DaK mile, saddle horses, never entered before; ?5. Ladles, saddle horse race, half mile, ireefor-all; ?5. Consolallon race, no entrance lee; ?S.-K Entrance left' for all races, except the last -wUl be 10 per cent, of the prize money; three to enter at-least two to start. See Dr. V. V. ChrisUe, chairman, for making entries. IMMOGEI ANN Sip BY NDil YEAR (Frvoi Our Own i, MagralB, June Co4Hr- eil and J. K. Shlnnlckt iaftnwr of tic of railway coaulMlonen. camp" ed overultht lu the railway yards In Ihelr private'rar. A receiv- ed beforehand bf officials announced tho purpose rlslt- Some lime Ihe town auHiorUles reglstared a cofaplilat lo the railway commission, oa tho of Insde- quato station facllltlrt, hfnce the csuie of tea Ms.vor Bennlon, the. town council, of the O.vA. and business meu ot the towq, mel the vis- tors at S o'clock, an open air meeting was held, spedil car. not being large enoujh to accooimotita tbe crowd.. 5Jr. Suinnkk .asked tie, aggregation for a wbal of Ihelr complalnls. whlcn" ably'ac- complished by Mayor Bennloo. The matter was anerwaroa dllcuMd pro and con, until Mr. Shlnlick IB a con- cluding speech stated he could designate that certain llterfUorii be nade in the station suck u being en- larged, and moved tick the proper MAKE YOUR FOR CARNIVAL DAMAGE BY GALE 'Stoor o[ dollars of dtraaee Svas'.doae.in this section'today by a 90 miles'an bobr sale! Huudrcdb ot oatbaildloss were wrecked. Wir'e ?errlcs Traa complete- ly tied up for several llu Red Ornlvaj -itfeHi-'ylll E. Fliier. chslrmajiVef ;f tlw HenU pfdM'tmy up 111) July-Sad, or will be lakenjsl the grounds on day ot 4 An. 16 ceolB'will'ieJobarjeil for'Ua t first live oa Ihe .'pfa, BIG ,pnrc OdllON GIVEN ON ITALIAN FRONT. Home, ZB.-VTIie artillery Mr-' HE WM fenerally. weak." ssyt today's war office 'statement'on bo operallous along Ilio Auslro-Uat- an froul. "Minor eiicouuteii Volwecu occmnoilrlui'turllM v'acc. An (he-'Jiaclwr valley was cully J June The largost s lot 'cpiitribullotf'lQ Caru.angay brapch o' the.rdtrlollc Fund was Rlven'to: ttc treasurer. "'D, U TclTer, last The Palrlollo Circle has paid In to Ihe lund aEQlficehl sum' or three Jhuu- We tho mm IRWL DISMISSED Circle on work 'and worthy object 1o vhlch H has contributed BO liberally. The Jubilee of Confederation Is In this way bc.ug fecogulzcd lit Cur- man ear. errlcei Wlnnlper. June A. J- counsel for defense. In the Roblln trial, read to the court yesterday tet- ters from Dr. Barker and 'Dr. f R. RJchards, of Winnipeg. 5 Latin i that health of Sir R. Hoblln was pre- carious and that he was In no condi- tion to slant! the strain" of a Andrews staled lliat It was In't ould! bai lual vny 01 lu" l io satisfied with It, Dot would suggest ln thai the matter would be held in abey- 3HC3 until neit when he could assure those present a new standard station would no built- A motion was put and unanimously that tho people be satisfied wjlh! the present condition until neit semaon and have an up-to-dala station. Mr. Colterell spoVe of the great diacilly experienc- ed in securing mechanlct'al this lime" to carry on new Those' present vere'Tery Ith Mr. Cotterell's pleated and the desire he eipreued 61 doing everything reasonable whhli hit jjw- er to benefit the patrons ol the During the evening the'vlaltdrs .Vis- ited the business section of.the tcyn, feeling well pleased with-wbal Iber saw, especially tbe and ,ihrtrt- bery which has canied.lor ioe Htle of Garden OTTAWA SCHOOL; A APPEAL DISMISSED. Toronto, Jnne appeal" o( Sam Genest.'chairman.bl the separate school board from the" refus- al of Mr. Justice Kelly g.uaih> the proceeding's in the nomlnklion" to com- mit him for Injunc- tion granted hy Mr. Jo slice Lennox in restraint of alleged procedure regard- less of the Ontario edaciitloial regu- latiODs'in the'difectfon.'of (h'e Ottawa Kpftjate schools, dismissed. V 't il.tlon than Sir Hodmond. hysical con- H- the. trial was proceed, however, It shonlfl on DOW, he MJd, slxjce It was not likely that the health of the defendants Would Improve, especially with pending. "r R. A. Bonoar, for the crown, slid ho bad t alien .the matter up with the at- lorney-f He was conylnced qt Ihc truth of (he lUtenients made by Mr.; Andrews. responslbllllTT on the crown In iLe QYeni '61 the trial proceeding and anything pcnJpg, tad H had been decided to matter to the Judge. '_. Mr. Justice Uie liliuUon briefly, and said that if the crown desired. to enter application lor a nollo proseqiil It would itabct. with his approTmJ.- Mr. BOTIBT linaJe tha fqrmal iaodovvhlcl! was gritted..1 HM' lordihlp 11 varthe Hrtt the "matter of no further pros eyn( Ion had been'ineationed to and he (ormtlly discharged the who hands -with Ihelr ud left ihe court room- The Irlaj luft aammer, and after; a TieannK'Jastl'of aeieral weeki thc'jarj- "disagreed. Also Sunday special rill be held ID tLo churches. I church is holding spec- al services holh morning and even big, wlrfc special music. The spirit ol the service will be In keeping with hie historic occasion, Tile departmental examinations grade XI aftd grade X have coma to an Today the examinations for IX and VIII commence. Mr.'x. P. Crlspo, the principal, who as a presiding "examiner in Leth- has returned; whllo 'Mr. Crawford of Lethhriage.Hlgli School, was "presiding over tho examlna- Ions In Carmangay, has relumed .Signs of growth are sttll to be The Terwlllfger elorator Is be- ing taken down In order that a larger building may be erected. The new elevator will have a capacity of will lio glvcu (or the best dleptay of carrots, aiirlne ouloua auj arrows. VEGETlEIJiESI wasd 'al? Hiowins ol ve .bios at Die (Irst {ouiiwllllon held In connection vllh tUe' abovo Associa- tion last evening. :PolnU will be plv- cn ihrpucliout" Ibe'season and.tllirer- vegelaLles cadi nionlli. U. Balnea Hie niosl polnls for mO- Islies, with E, llojell for lei. luce, wltli a close second in each raontli DemandUxlay dSOT CANADIAN SALT CO, LMITC D bushels. Where Ihe grain Is, there will 'your elevators be also. Two more elevator we under- are contemplattog'.bulldtng acre. "Congratulations are belni; extended to'lfr. and Mrs. Walter HllcKay upon of a son.' liftj holiday Eeason lias cocdmenced i many people are spending, a few der-i. out .of town. Mrs. C. D. Ajllng Is visiting friends J. X. Asplb, of Holmes t. Aspip'l box manulacturerii orMontreal, wai found lying on Ihc floor" In his office ITO bullet boles in head, ly (wo chainbera.of which wer lay. Mrs. (Bey.) D. H. Telfer and tough- er, are'spending two weeks' at Mr. G-.-'vi'ebber or ihij Bank of Com- merce Is spending 'his- holidays at Pincher Creek. The Methodist Sunday school is veiling to .hold Its .annual general Sunday school picnic on July -lln. Ereryohe ia Invited to Join in making this a day of real enjoyment-for all... The spot chosen for the'picnic Is in the river valley near the railway bridge-. All who come are asked to lunch baskets. During the next twelve mo nibs Uie U.S. poTflrnraent will require two bil- war purposes. NOTICE! The British Remount Commission 1 Will Purchase r ARMY HORDES ij'tatt thie: following poiiits- July 3rd. Cocliyaiik, July (Exhibitioii Grounds) July (i ami 7. REQUIREMENTS i' HEAVY ARTILLERY HELD Heij.hz Weljhl ARTILLERY- I 15-1 lo 16 handi 1200 lo 1350 t lo 9 yeira S1900Q All dark colors might 152 to.16-1 hands Wcl9ht "00 Ibs. Age 6lo S yeara Price Price V S1900Q All colors while, Hgnt g'rey and light buck- Colora All dark colors The above pricct mean landed-at Wjnnlpcg, which will be approximately Iris per hud at point or'thipmiht. of Aoricufluri: .Will supervise -'the loading and shipping of i all horaei bought' j CRAIG, Deputy Minister m BE SURE ANDJtEAD ABOOT .THEJHQME IN UNTIL JULY 10th li I I I The Home Book of Fashions A paw-book fall of colored fagliion plates llluilratmg every new idea ID summer dresses, -trsJEts, sftirts, etc, also coa- tamlrjg many patterns for child- ren's wenr. Any pattern and book of fashions for for Book and Pattern 30c TO INTRODUCE TO YOU THE FINEST AND LARGEST STOCK OF WOOL MATER-' IALS.WE HAVE EVER HAD, WE ARE PUTTING ON THIS SPECIAL TEN DAY SALE OF YARD GOODS. EVERY NOVELTY THAT- WAS FOR. SALE IN THE AMERICAN MXRKET, TOGETHER WITH THE BEST OF CANADIAN AND ENG- LISH STAPLE MATERIALS WILL BE FOUND HERE AT SUBSTANTIAL REDUC- TIONS. A Special Sale of Dimity This !B one of our leaders for He Day Wash Sale. A splendid. qoaKtj'fine W1iHe Heat stripe or checfc. 27 Inches wide, per yard .TO ENCOURAGE THE MADE AT. HOME MOVEMENT WE HAVE ADDED A'HOME DRESSMAKING CONTEST, PARTICULARS OF WHICH WILL BE FOUND IN THIS CANNOT SEW YOURSELF THIS IDEA IS A GOOD TO YOUR FRIENB AND HAVE HER.tNTER THE CON- TEST, v Special Sale tf Dress Voiles Right Inalde the'rinor you wlH flor.il 6 Yds Best Scotch Gingham Anollier big special for the Goode, Sale. .These colors are faet. The materials arc oil Im- ipbHe'd tfrglwrns. Cloths that arc worth 20c and 22c a jarcl Use Only Home Journal Patterns Jourual jMtterna are consldcrcil by the of the beit on Ihe market. .All llie'neir palterna arc now In alack. No pattern aver 20c. s Any: Pattern. Novelty Dress Voiles 35c to 95c Tte (inesl lot of novelfr raalcrials thai we haro crer shown. Amongit them will be found "Graf Ion's" blgh grade TO lies, Ihe best that money Till buy. Plain ColoredVoiles. at 45cyard Plain colors such aa rose, Copenhagen, pimpkfn, deir, black, wblter gerauram tnd'sreen iriH .be.rontid In thta Bperfal.Lot of. wide TO An extra fine mesh Tolle'al a low price. Materials for Middies Skirts To help you in yonr choice.of the matrtag of A nlddy'or'' wash fiklrt we raenllon Iheac few materials. M Inch Twill ertra 2Sc, 30c, lie M inch White Cotton Corauroyi and 4pe, He 27 Inoh Fancy and Plain Pique Csrdi ioc a yard Plain colon In Galatea for Be, 1 ard fPalm Peach Cloths to 75c yd, The materials for 'a tklrt are tine Pmloi come In delf, etc., alio rltt amlog llripes and fancy circlo "36 inches 1. v tor Baby Dresses .for the baby's dresaca we are selling ZT Inch Swiss emDroHery Vat thai are worth 75c and Sic Abo 48 Inch. While Orgudle at FUln WWta Votles aad 45c yard, Howe in Prizes Home Dressmaking -Contest Begins on in Prizes-Read Particulars Io enrJMiriige home dressniak ing ire putting on a Home Hewing Coritewt starting Wcdnewrtay, Jnne and ending will be a warded winners of the different classes below. All mnterials anil Home Jounial Patterns be purchased at store. RULES OF CONTEST fht Hunt ftiina] rwnum yoii uxd atid (llpi thi mtterlali with your name to n manjr mwita thay In all any elm. "'.tfm te pnfmlonal fOn.BEST.LADIEr HOUSE Flnt Cash Stcond Prlte Cut Olan 12.60 FOR Flnt Prlit, Merthandlae Second Prln, CM Glaai FOR BEfT OIRLS' Flnt Prfii, MeretiindiM ..fecond PrlM, Cut 12.00 .FOR BEST-WOMEN'S VOILE WAISTS 13.00 Second Prlel, Cut OlaM FOR BESToWAaM Flrtt.Prtfa, Cut Qiao 1300 Cut .OtaM ttor.4 frjA' Clti dlu'i'....... POR NIOHT001VK'- Cut Glaaa NO PRlittWVtN UNLESS THREE OR MORE ENTRIES IN EACH CLASS. Out of Invited to cofnptte, dffferjlft Tfff winning garmentt tt In our All'matarialili laW rngst bt purchaxd li thl, Nt> a Journal Pattern and A'l MI minta to owntra, FOR LADIES' VOILE Flrtt, Fancy Tussah Sport Silks 95c yd Your choice of all Silks, In plain colors such as geranium, leaf green, apple, biscuit, etc., and 'on y (nncy irwrl patlcrns, Worth ui> Id ?1.35 yard ,V Main White Voiles 35-95c k different pieiiis 01 tHuJr--VfMl6 Voiles, also ten pieces of Dlaln., voiles. All new Ihe put month; Sprae new and (llllcrcnl In alrlpcs anil fancy check Materials for HouseOresses Inexpensive iriifcrfola gn I table (or making up a hotjie rircaa, for Lhc maiJo at Potter's Perfect guaranteed iBc, 20c, Scotch Olnghjini, 27 wide, 6 yardi for; Rlppclette, fati needi no Ironing 26t yard' and Nurtcry extra 3Dc yard Fancy TaffetaSilkforSkifts For a scparalo summer nklrt there la nothing rilcor. llian these BlyHali In TafleU sllN> M f l.CO knil tl.95 a yard. Tho plain colors arc navy, black, grey and green al V _ Some of Ihe heat liiivc'cTCr harl in guarantee A matcriril tot rlreascsj.hoya', .blouses Neat palternij. >1 AND r C O Home Drfsimaking Contest. in Prizes W ,'T .c v-t. "M. ;