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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Local News Where To Find It JUNI-: ami AUIERTA. HA'JE SKVKIS E POn EPH PARADE DF SCHOOL CHILDREN OF Eflll ___ i rKQJM t Thu inftlD of Tuaaday'd sport ins ut n wider return linn .is ye: ihovra. Tho ussuctstidii :hls year, but, hivtus had to start :rom the vrrj ootlotu, it Iceu aii ir.lnniis task. and there lins nut been lie measure of auccfB6 iu some de- Kutinerus that eieciillva would ike 10 sec. MowflTer, there Is R luue i') the Interest being -J llowevbr, oue of the Lie ot Liu- sssirialion Is ;i Jims ground, with Huuhouiea ai Henderson Park, and It IK 10 swell lLo funds of tin; organization lo Ihe grtfalcM ej.tein Uiai nexl Tuesday's carnival is LeliiE undertaken. The association Is 11 will have in tho Lank :ill ths money so geueruvisly donated by ihc cllliens In Ihe campaign lasl spline, In In addition, so Hint U vlll to !carry out Ilia Inler program, and loofc ahead lo llie lime when a pc-miauem MKDICINK HAT, Juub riani Downlines Projjreaslveii are in- lernicdlate of Medicloe Hat, ilio rlrt-brautls, by Suieatuu. liPhiK dofoated. n 10 J. lasl by the Itoinrlaui, wtio ccorcd Four ruiis lit ttLb Tbt baUcrk-s were: Mlurs mid honaUson for Uie uud Mulhollaail and Moore fur Ihe'V'lrpbrfltidF. (Lad ilie Cltry .rilio Uvi nlfihi, by ibe nen Tuesday they would lirtvt tied ihv for lie honors. year when boiler orjanl- be early In Ihe Hiring. Tlila year Ihc spring months taken up In laying (lie ground- nork for the parent organlzalion. Neil luring this will all he ready for the woik of oreatiltlng Hit-'several and the juniors will re- in the Junior dcparlmenis liark will io fitted ut> in lhL indicates what mlghi be ei- reserved at nei events were lo have started at tf.SO In Ihe morning will: (lie annual road race, Mow ever, il Is doublfill whether Utis even be run tills year. Tlic re is a scarcity ot runners cwitiu lo (lie fact or race. All ponies must In tho r padtlotk 15 minutes before IMO ol UIL- race to IhRt llie ri'ler'ji age can Lu taken, also ttiui ihe ponies cat. be inubsured. Stabling will be furnished, but own- ers nuist supply tLielr own {ceil. The same pony tan compete In all tJirco races providing tbul sairf jiony complies with, tliu rules ol race (o bo run. i No fDtiy fee. Horse Races Girls' Pony Race: Ont-quarler mite ilash, nonlcx W Inches litgh anil under. Kirssi prizu. handsome bridle: second prltt, handjome ijuirt riding whip, (iirl rliters to he 10 ul ago or under. In GrVul Sail Lake- Tubcrnjiclc Delegate Hack from Convention Three Siinullaneous Raids Stag- ed by A. P. P. On Three Places Umnbra Club, and Joliu man- uRfr tf Uie (irteX Club, noi j Kullty Hud were After Ibe raid of ihi- carabliiiK jolnf.i ihf; prort-1 Jfd lo lanml j on polite (jsen working for i Mr. J. Dow. rhtt. ihc Her, vnd I K Mra. Dv-noon and Mr. Basa. re'i-1 i; relented the Kolary flub j ]_v afier mtdoiEbt mnrnlin. wh al ihe Inicrnatioiiil r.utary Aasocia- jMu iht KambliiiK raid In the lion convention held in Salt Lake history of the province. v.tre av- Cliy, nays Mist the ('auwdiin nice wllb n rousing lecepllon. in Ilie'r liiru they iouk their variants. male anJ female. catlic to H heifl shoi j rcsied some liulf a d'jrc appear in court later. Tlrry ur- v.ko will us one of nations assembled big orian In the Tulernaele [i forth "O Canada." and I He ilie rested, placed, in liaitdcutfs, con- vcyrd lo the police slation. Here up o'clock ii: ihc morning Inspector Mundy was Lusy ii xiving bail raup- ing from TO In paid (lon-rr. [ieirctivc Nicholson. o( Ktl- Tndiuoii. wa? in ilie cj'irt. bt-iisg In ilie lily wiiCMl llic raid off. S. J. Slii'plierd iiroscrnlcd on helialf Of lllL- l-TOttll. l.i.-Col. Page, ot the, O'Jlli HaU., I uas proctilecl ;i sivor.l al n ban- quel held hi his honor nt Calgary. uon llic clilldren's auto ilnkc plate lu Henderson .Lake, where water sports will be lit Id. and llion on to Henderson I'ark fair' grounds. where ilie tulhlcllc events will .he run off. These will he interspersed viilb. horse rnccs. pony rates :ire Tor Ihe boye ntiil sifls, and will decide '.vliu have flio finest [ionics. The races and the rules governing (ho same follow.'so IIRVC- every puny lit the country hero and show the poo- ]ilc that boys and, glrlH have inat as good saddle hprsca as llie, grown-ups, also ihtU you can hold n race JUEL UK well as Calgary. Rules All ponies; must be af: the exhibition liarlt hcfore 2 o'clock. Kutries CHD Lie inadn up till lime Idled HIP van bulldlrtK. The Taber-1 --fliroe ikcu-lmituts of polite simul- naclc, which was built hold six ,-aided Ihe Alhambra Club. Ihousand iwas jaiiuneti: There Kal's Quick l.unch; ihr- prey were addresses made In tour Jue llonrp.dlni on 1U6 5Hi SI., and 110 arrive lu'UuUiniore dOFpkc- The speaker for IMiiiidu was llne Gretk Canadian Club, in ilie Oli-jwiclc ver Ulock. J'oker Riniet: in full suing were goinp on when the police ap- peared, anil Ihe whole paraphernalia of cards, chips, etc., were seized. Tbe j pl P y ers n'cre iu a d ft lo line the v.-all, lundourred in pairs, and taktii lu relays 10 the police head-j Eleven was set Tor the start f of tile trial procecdinss today, wlllj .Magisirale Irwln prcFidiug. und Tore llie doors opened ihcrc was some. Tonight ?t Eck storm Park the Veterans and Ihe ''Y11 crew, lall- cnders in Ihc City Lsague race. vfiJi cidiii ol otfealirrr. teams are in the cellar, neither having a qzrrc, bul Ihera wijl be n to- night for honor of leaving the cellar uodisputedly in tht posses- sion ol the other fellow. On Sat- urday nighl. "f Ire crouncls can be secured, Ncrth l.ethh ridge, City League Leaders, will pipy the Coalcalt Colts at Eckslorm Park. Three uf four persons were serins- injuied and number of olliera. bauly up in a ra'lroad wreck- near l.iniUav nn the O. T. H. uati niue. Spr aci'ldtntally kllleJ coal mlue. BIG MILITARY SPORTS TABER-DOMINION DAY SOMETHING ENTIRELY NEW IN ENTERTAINMENT COME AND SEE SOME OF THE WESTERN FRONT STUNTS TENT BAYONET. FIGHTING. WRESTLING ON HORSEBACK AND OTHER EVENTS BASEBALL GAME BOW ISLAND VS. TABER i AND GENERAL FIELD SPORTS. Follow Ing the lleniteiFon events, which be over by 4.30. tbc erou'd will Me to Kckstorni Park, where the first EIUUC ol to he played in LL-tUbrldgc In .seven years will bo slagid. This ib expoct- cd lo draw an immense crowd. j n thu evening al T o'clock the two' catling i of Ihc cily baseball Ic-aguc tire down lo compete al same jiark. and the and North _ hbridgc will do balllc royal for the j honors. These Iwo Icanis pla.ved a j 4 lo J game the other evening In SO minutes for die nine innings. ,ln (he cvoninn the day -will Ije wound up with a hall al "the main building, fair grounds. A splen- did orchestra Is lielng secured for the event, aim al i3iO wind-tin there I bo a confetti and serpentine hat- ile whicb will be a titling close? tu a great day's amusement. thing In the way ot a first, night per- ftunu-oul patches here and Ihcre. but formancc aL ,hc oti the wholu Ihcre Is nothing lo give uniduE "cause for pessimism. v.-'.ih the J who were) EXCESSIVE ACIDITY jc al the bottom of most digestive ills. KiMQIOS indigestion afford pleas- ing and prompt relief from the distress of acid-dyspepsia. HADE nV SCOTT S. nOWfiE MAKERS OF SCOTTS EMULSION Stirling, Bow Island iind Vulcan Districts Cooler Todav Tlic long dry spell was broken in some parts of the soulJi on Thursday by flue showers during the afternoon and .evening. Hcirorls received today uy ihe Herald Indicate that a licavy rain fell during'ihc afternoon al ling, Craddock, anil lo Ihc soutb east." Along the Crow line. Bow Island dis- trict waa visited by n heavy, rain which will help the parched crops. crowd, whicb Included those taken in tois-. wailing for Sonic of Ihem were there long before lime and were rooliap themselves seated oil Ihe curb outside. It was close on noon before busi- ness started in the court, as the pifi- cials were busy on thri preliminaries. The first lo appear be-fore the mag- istrate WRS Joe nonfailini. who plead- ed- guilty lo llic charge of a disorderly house Ihc way of a gamb- ling where games of cliaricc were GOHIG on witli a hank run by one or mere players independently of Ihc others. The frequenters of the place (ben rame up individually anrt pleaded guilty lo beiup presem. In the case ot thoae whu were unable lo be aline court, Mr. Uonfrulmi plead- ed guilty on i.ieir behalf. Thc-follow- ing, ivliu on the Don fa- prenitEts. were each lined ?1J and costs. They .were ch'-cflv foreign- ers: John Jurilla. Jir.gcns .lolinson. LAKES Not on Lake Superior! 1 the mtreury is playing around in tipprr cighlits, and you wish Henry Ford would invtnl a lelf-rrfrigerfcting you ever stop to remember thai Ihe icmptralure of LaVc Supsrio- n-vcr rises abcvj 40 degrees? Wlnl if you don't spare the lime for a Ignq holidcy? Canadian PaciFc Clyde-built si cam ships mahc a fivt-diy1 trip from Fort Willrarn ia Port McNicoll and during which you can be at csol ac an Eskimo and as comfortable as a New York clubman. John 3am Larsen. 1.-. liollkolf- akl. A. K. Wnrrpn. Kiirze. .M Kclc- son. Nick Pjifippck. Sieve Paskusfel, Gco. Thereu, .Mat Schwer- in. I.ouls Vnlerio, A. Uenoit, T. Uen- detis, Jolin Dunn, II. McKenly. dec. XortJi -of Ihe city at VuJ- i Kosiiak. IV, GHiam, C. J. rjoaioct. Ten! Kosl. Frank Gibson. JL is This Community Plan Is One queslion (hat was addressed to us lasl week. When we had explained this'lo llie cuslpmcr in detail, he declared that it was not only netv but was just wlial lie as well as others had advocated lor years. Tliis is man says who has been buying lumber in large quan- tities for a long lime. We believe you will also see ihe advantage of ihis new plan if you investigate. We do not ask you to buy, but would like to have you know what ihis is and what we have when comes that you- iti the market for anything. The man whom you will meet .in pur yard is a stockholder and part- ner and needless lo say lhal.his interests reach further than the man's who is on ihe usual monthly salary. He''is llie com- .munily.ahd will spend his money and influence ihere. Il is also a parl of our plan that o'ne-half of the profits made by lliis company1 will be lefl in llie community where the yards are operal- ing in. r. We prepare sketches and plans FREE OF CHARGE to prospective builders. COMMUNITY LUMBER Co. can and Ensfgn. There were scat- tered showers elsewhere. Today Ihe wind is blowing steadily from the norlh and the hot spell-had been broken. On ".Thursday Llie ther- 'momeler reached S9 degrees here anil was considerably higher in other parls of thu south. rains fell in tlic Krtmqnlon dislricl during the uiglil. from rcpons gathered by tfie Herald there is every Indication that while many fields arc lurnod beyond repair, there are also many fields which conlrl be; saved by riiius during iheiweek-end. The forecfisL is lor showers and gen- erally uiiscllled weather in Alberta. Mike Sav.-chng. Joe BonfadEnv as keeper of the I premises, was fined and costs. Over was galhercd'in fines and costs, and, with ihc odd bill] to frvcc Die magistrate, llicrc is more lo conic. ICddy [larger, the of Lhe Al- Then if you find yau'vc gat more lime than you, counted on how about a week on Ihe Nipigon River, forty mites from Fort William, with guides, canoes and campfires and (white water; under the moon .ind more speckled trout than' yo'u know what to do with? Far further parlitulart and reiervationa, apply cabins, the beat of oil, llioie broiled Laka Superior lea on deck under the laiy E2sgulls agiinst long, northern s and a from a thousand milcc of clean pine woods, on duly Iwenly-lour licuri in th" day. LfcN'DOX June? the Inrjucst into (lie Epsom, station while .Major Ross of the Can- adians was'giving evidence, counsel for Ihc EjiEoni urbin council said: "I put to you thai there were officers in ,Uc crowd not controlling "Thai n in- JlKnaiUly replied Major HOSE. Major Bird, the camp adjnlanl, said lie had twice written to ilajor Coni- for .V larger, forcn of mflfinry police. He Icsh'ficd Hint on ihe night of llic riot Iho camp was disorganized and half Iho men out. CoaldaU LIMITED Barons Cardston Granurn TAKE OVER ST. RAILWAY SERVICE IN TORONTO TORONTO, June On- tario" railway and municipal bourd this morning made an order tak- ing over (he Toronto Street Rail- way Company, and promised to commence the operation of the cars, presumably with the em- ployees now on strike, lor the ruih hours this afternoon. A con- ference Is beinu held between the 'representatives of the mtn 1 ifts clvis snd pravfntia! thoritles to determine (ho basis .on which the men vyiJJ rtlurn lo worK. fl. C. Harrii, Teronlo'i eommii- lioner of works, HJI been named by the board .IE provisional man- ager of the company.- DOMINION BUYS MCN.'REAL HARBOR WORKS FOR notice tins bocn li Man. C. C. BaJIar.- lync of n hHI lor for.slltiilc 'on point a liarbor board for the ol Hi; .Iolni5. N'.n.. arirt to empower the corporation of that ctly to transfer (o Ihc Drjnilnlnu govferrirncni tho time. find Inlcrcnl of Ihe eS'.y-tn, (ke harhr.r wdrka' for H conslilerdllojl of two mil lion tlollin. Hot Weather IN MEN'S APPAREL. For Vacation Wear Light Weight Suits COOL UNDERWEAR FOR THESE HOT DAYS B. V. D. style Combinations, to Athletic style Combination Underwear and up Balbriggan and Lisle Combinations, nude in ihort jleevcs and ankle length; prices to Two piece Balbriggan Underwear, 7Sc, and Bathing Suits to Straw Hats and Panamas 90c to Canvas Shoes in tan and white, price 4 .White Duck and Flannel Trousers lo f Neckwear 35cfo Largest of Wear in Southern Alberta McKelvie THE "2" M'S McGuire Kirkhim Black ;