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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 1018 THE LETHlfalDOR HERALD Lethbridge Fair and Stampede Will Provide Much that is Both Instructive and Entertaining The big amalgamated fair and stem fcode to be held In bethbrldge July a2nd to presents an attraction whlcWwill eclipse any previous event of this nature held In From far and near entries for the reservations of seats ana enauirles re have beert pouring in and Leth It safe to will be called upon during fair to en tertain the biggest holiday crowd ever prepared Every preparation possible nae been made to secure accommodation for the visitors and prevent holdup prices The Major Jack Rosa have house to house oanvaes ot the and by tWs have secured ft UIIU uy in large number of rooms which will ne available at Reasonable An In formation bureau Is being maintained by the chapter during the situated In Gait close to the railway where the sseker for accommodation may The ho tels of the city agreed not to raise their rates above normal during the The entertainment which will be offered the visitor to tlle talr wil isatlsfy the most The man agement has spared no effort in an endeavor to procure the best perform ers of the and many of these have signified their Intention of tak lug part In the various In connection It is announced tha Chester who is generally con to be the worlds champion trick and Tex who Is an aspirant for premier wll nettle the question of supremacy a the Lethbrldge These boye have been in receipt of flattering letters from all over the but it re niained for the Lethbridge manage ment to get them together and ar range for the This attractior it may bo confidently wil be worth the full price of The cowboy bucking contest wit saddle with Us purse of is als 1o be a feature A number o real bad horses have been the ability of the best riders to in the saddle will be severely tested Practically all the Stampede event will be pulled off on the race track thus Insuring a close up view from the grand In addition to th Stampede the platform a tractions will be fully up to the stan clard of other while a good pro gram of horse races will round out a performance which will be replete with excitement anil The program been to some dlfficutly to make up the time itable for the various the spec wllVlmaglne himself atf a three ring with a performance on the race track and centre field all vlelng with each other to en gage his Every day will he a big day from the time the opening parade is start ed on Tuesday morning until the cur tain is rung down on Saturday The The midway will consist of some dozen or fifteen shows and rides which are the best to be procured any where and which for some have played repeat engagements at many of the largo Eastern No confidence of any description will bo allowed to operate on the grounds or In the and should any be found at work they will receive short notice to The The exhibition side of the big double 111 is not being neglected and It in onfldently expected that the show ng of livestock and poultry will ex ell all previous Lethbrldge as the reputation of being a good elllng point for high class so hat many breeders are planning to xhlblt The Canadian Percheron Horse Breeders Association has awarded heir Futurity Stake at Amalgam ated Fair and the two classes ifor yearling stallions and yearling fillies vlll therefore be Judged This will ensure the presenc at the Leth rldge Exhibition of the majority of he Percheron breeders of the with a correspondingly large entry In the regular classes for The Fair and Stampede is being ex advertised throughout the Western Provinces and and are employing a travelling agent who s touring the district by motor car and arranging for display Over twentyfive different stylos of posters will be displayed to advertise big Special rates of fare and onethird will prevail on and the man agement is also endeavoring to make arrangements for special trains from Medicine Hat and The Industrial Building will be full of interesting exhibits and many laborsaving appliances will be de This la in line with the policy of the exhibition to encourage such exhibits rather than those cer tain brands of foodstuffs or Many exhibits will also be lined up on machinery row and should a suf ficient number of tractor dealers wish to demonstrate their a tract of land immediately outside the main entrance will be placed at their disposal for this Everything possible will be done to ensure the comfort and safety of vis itors to the Numerous rest rooms In convenient locations will be while there will also be an emergency hospital with capable nurses In A day nursery where the little tots may be left while their mothers see the exhibition IB also one of the many arrangements made to make a visit to the fair en Child Educational exhibits will also be given their due share of The child welfare shown by the Social Service and which wherever shown has been crowded with Interested will be at This exhibit Includes a number of lantern slides depict ing the various phases of the work of he league in Its relation to child wel It is also expected that the ex hibit of the Provincial Government Health Department will also be on ex The Canadian Government has re served space for a large wool while the Provincial and Dominion Departments of Agriculture are co operating In an exhibit of poultry pro ducts and methods ot marketing the The girls and boys have not been A generous price list has been offered aud entries In this de partment will exceed all expecta In addition to these competitions the board Is cooperating with the Sol diers of the Soil and has provided competitions open to boys who have enlisted in this Competitions auch as harnessing and PER PACKAGE NAVY CU CIOARETT BEAUTIFULLY COOL AND SWEET SMOKING hitching a team of horses to a digging a post and many others are included in the program which will probably be judged on the third morning of the BEQUESTS TO THE CHARITIES PAPER IS TOO PROALLY Dares to Criticize Germans and is Warned of Pun ishment Medicine Hat Summer Fair and Stampede BIGGERBETTERMORE ATTRACTIVE Agricultural Exhibition Live and Poultry Show Horticulture Fine Arts Machinery JULY 18 19 20 1918 Herie Races Base Ball Tournament Special Platform and Midway Attractions Pleasing IN PREMIUM AWARDS Western Canadas Championship Base Ball in REDUCED RATES ON ALL RAILROADS For Prize List and full Write or Wire providing for a number of personal and public be the will of the late John Ross proprietor of the Evening directs that his to gether with its increase during the life time ot his wife and shall pass after their deaths to the Hos pital for Sick Children in the city of In the toward the support ot the in which the late publisher was so deeply in the executors are directed to contribute from the estate the sum of The as a become null and void unless it is maintained exclusively as a hospital for sick and not affiliated in any way with the Toronto General or any other hospital or He requests that his Irving Rob or some other shall have a place on the hospital To Continue Publication The testator furtherdirected subject to the editorial control of John the Evening Telegram shall continue to be published as a daily Independent and un biased in Do minion and imperial The annuities include one of to his Jessie Elizabeth Robert son one of to his late John Sinclair Robertson one of to his Irving Earl Robert son to Douglas Sinclair Robertson and his Julia Delmage Rob each per annum to Stuart Fleming Robertson and Major per and an annuity ot to the Hospital for Sick or such portion thereof as the net annual income of the estate will Bequests to Employes One weeks salary is left to all mem bers of the Telegram together with a gift of to John Rob editor to Alfred Taylor Chad to Michael John William Hew William William Helen Douglas Owen Percy Charles heads of departments in thn Evening he leaves the sum of A number of bequests are made to those who were in Robertsons personal and to several of the executive staff of the Hospital for Sick Robertson also provided for bequests to nephews and To each of a number ot charities in Toronto he left the sum of The principal items in the estate are Building and publishing plant and aud accounts re ceivable of he Bveiiliis Telegram vul at house as sessed Victory Bonds add lite iniuraiuw The crown in Stuart Klver will en are to be reserved fur the USK and benefit of returned men by the iovern uro yet to bo quartersectioned ami in tlui survey work necessary only UUirneil moil will bo Juno Gazette of has again been warned by the Swiss Federal chancellory in connection with its criticism of the Germans incorporat ed in Its review of former United States Ambassador Gerards book My Four Years in The newspaper has been notified that an other article of the characterized to compromise Swiss relations with will be most severely pun The warning cites the follow ing passages of the introduction of the review as objectionable One sees in the author the mem olres of an absolutely honest man re quired to live four years among knaves and other But Germany always has violated divine rightand human Its its inexcusable savagery and the re lentlefas way in which it has destroy ed the most beautiful monuments of the earth and with whicn It has burned precious libraries and museums have dishonored It for The world must destroy it or the world is The Gazette received a similar warning on June The Journal of this city reproduces the without GETS NEW POST June Ii that Major Canadas premier airman and who has the largest number of air victories to his credit of any air man In the has returned to Ens land to take up an appointment at the air ministry the department of the chief ot the air ttatf Major Blshopi record air planes brought down In aerialvCom bats has now reached a total ol reckoned on the same basis of the late Baron Von the champion German who counted a tfpabteiMtM machine as two Majot Bishops total wooM oW century ONE KILLED June Ag ef tM that took part Hi Thurs day air on compelled to tand In woodM area betWeen and Mr man of the two were taken throughout the an author i at tats home in aged ran an ex and charge ot ftt MAN who admires a I a smoothrunning motor at once recognizes the of the new he may demand in motor he will find the Chal mers a good car to a car that handles and He will be surprised how quickly it warms how little it is handi capped by low grades of And this new Chalmers it sibly Two Chalmers Hot Ramshorn Mani the engine its fine action with low grade They give it the quick warm They avoid raw gasoline No one need doubt these The motor proves them conclusively on the Get ia and take a behind the A demonstration will be arranged on Chalmers Motor of Snian Cokiolit Chalmers MADE IN CANADA WILLIAMSON IMS Limnuint iMtnfrl I4JDM torfMfal MUM IETHSRIDOC J ;