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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUHOAY, JUNE 2!), lOlS THE LETIIBniDGE DAILY HERAI.n PAGE SEVEN*! LATEST NEWS OF LETHBRIDGE AND THE SURROUNDING DISTRICT ROSS WINS IN SyHOVERTH lOIS LETHBRIDGE BOY SAT THE FRONT Personnol jif hoailquartcrs Htarc oE tU� 7tU biigudo, which has bften two iind a half yoara In Franco. Toi), loft to right: A. U. McCullough and A. R. Morgan (Bon ot Inspector Morgan). Uottom, lott lo right: W. Brown, U A, IIIIl, H. Richards, R, H. Waro. mm mm 0 HOLD Tl SELESS TO m 10 ESTliJE CRO Some Fields Are Good, Says Mill Manager-Praise for Our Roads Jiwlgmanl handed down by Mr. .Tur-ticio Scott In the supromn court lliis morning, practically declare^'tlu' right of Walter Ros.s tor a HpccitIc; i)c;foriii-anco ot an agroernont under wliicli he was supposed to have purchased the famous Stovall property at.the corner ot Sovontli Street and Fourth Avenue, opposite tlie city hall. The case was a dispute over llio sale ot the property between Mrs. Stovall. A: tl. Baalim, who waft also bidding for the provtorty. and ^\'aUer Rohk who claimed to have paid a deposit on the property and lo iiavo first rights, jfr. IJaalim catered into actual po.sses.sion of llio property some time ago. Mr. Uoss iirac-tically wins the action, ho having al.^o been given the right by tli(i Judge to apply for an order to set aside tlic Haaliiu agreement. Royal Bank Wins Judgment was also handed down in tho of Royal Bank vs Lalhrui).. in wlilch the Royal Bank is winncn-, and is given judgment for %'t.2'Mi.'lion this winter, blame it on lo ilic; lack ol' men. It will not ho that tlu' niiiu'k are not otherwise equipped (u lundnce iIk; fuel. That Is Die statcinc'iit made by Ad. iteid, superinteridi'Ul of llie Chinook Collieries to the ilci-ald this morn-( ing. "Wo have ii.") contract miners working at the face, and we nre gelling out from .'ino to KM) tons a d.-iy. Ihit our development Is at �ucli a ln-iglit that we could accommodiiic l.Mj men at llio face and IncreaHc our oiitiiut lo 700 tons ii day. Hut we t-an't get the men." Tho outlook for raihvnr transportation is briglit, .so fjir tlie coal movement is concerned. It i.i not exiiected that the crops will congest llie rail-way.s tills fall, and if iiiincr.-i can lie found to keep all the mineti working to cainicily then" will lie no danger uf Winnipeg freezing. Coniiuissioner-clcct Meecli win--sworn in flii.s morning by t'ity i.'leik ijittf, and is now all ready to enler on his new duties. Ono ot the first proiileiiis he will tackle after taking over his new duties is tlie scavenging department. Tin,' city is now Kerlonsly conteiuplaling awardiiig^ji contract for the collerfion of all gnrbngo. Thero Is a iiorlirin ot tlie garbage wlilcli is useful for hog feed, while moat of it must ho hauled to the city dump. If a suitable contract Clin be made with some iiarly to take euro of the work it is likely liiat tho city will award it, and ihiis rfc-niovo it from the worli ot tlie public wiirks doparlnient. Mr. .Meech leaves on Monday for the conference at (!algary, while .Mayor llardie leaves Tuesday for tlio I'oaBt, so no further action will ho taken until lato next weeli. LOAN TO ALLIES Washinglnn. .June 20.-The new boiiil bill, which passed the liouse yes- terday, providing $S,000,000.000 for domestic piirjiosoa and $1,500,000,000 for Uuins to tho allies, today was approved by the senate finance commit-' Ice and without amendment ordered reported favorably. Tho following prisoners are repatriated: Jlajor A. 1). Carter, Ueuten-ants I). A. McDonald and O. A. Clotit-ior; No. ilTitllli II. Ilognn: No. 3fi!)l. A. .M. Thonuis; 74.'i(i;i7 II. U. Carter; U.").s;i:i.i T. hove; .-iFiOlSd P. C. Bush-nell; .12.-)71!t W. W. .Mackie; 2)1547.") 11. IJaiicen and lilS Corp. D. J. Al-kerslream. Taylor Slatten. the -national secretary ot tlie Y.M.C.A. for boya' work in Canada, and tho originator of the now well known Canadian standard of efficiency tests program, will address two meetings in the city on Sunday jicxt. In the morning ho will speak at Kno.N Church, while in tho evening he will address a niocting in Wesley Churcli. Mr. Statten is probably tho best known man in lioys' work in Canada, lie was formerly boys' .secretary ot the Toronto Y.M.C.A., then became secretary tor Ontario and (Juehec. From that lie took up the duties of national secretary. lie has been a deep student ot boys' work, and largely through his efforts the C.S.K.T. program was evolved. Ho was successful in obtaining tlie co-operation ot all the churchea in carrying ont the program. Al present -Mr. Slatten Tias been retained by the Canada Food Board to promote national production by promoting th^ Soldiers of the .Soil movamont as national snperintendont. His addresses will be alone tho line of building Canada's lioys. it is e.^ipccted that large audiences will bo present at both meetings and especial iuvitalion is issued to the hoys, CS.K.T. and S.O.S. particularly. At the evening service Dominion service badges issued by tho Canada Food 15oard. will ho presented to those boys ivho have coniiileled the necessary thrco months' service on farms. Mr. Statten will go to Taber on Monday, where, a grand athletic meet has boon arranged under tho auE-pices of tile Soldiers of the Soil. The meet will bo held on tho Recreation (Jrounds and tho contests will be open to all comers.. Baseball, running and jumping. Liberal prizes have been provided. Taylor Statten will address a mass nicotlng. Alliboys who arc entitled to service badges should, without delay, have their certificate of service signed by their oniployers and handed hi at Mr. McKlnnon's office botoro " ^unday. Sorvico forms may bo obtained tliere. EDIIORSWHOARE "It would be useless to try to estimate the Western Canada crop this year," said C;. S. Matheson, manager of tho grain department of the Lake ot the Woods .Milling Co. to the Herald this morning. Mr. .Matlieson was hero with IMr. Ilarglcayes of tho company's Medicino .lint planL They are motoring over tho countrj', but Mr. .Mathcfc'on declares he is at a as to liow to estimate the ]irobal)lo yield. One field will be noted where, with good weather, a fine crop will bo gathered. The next field is probably burnt up or blowXi out. Tho threshing maciiines will bo tho only reliable es-tiniaie. Mr. Matheson states that tl)e Irrigated (liHtrict cast of Lethbridgo is the best piece of country ho has seen sinco leaving Winnijieg. It looks as tho whole country looked in tlio good years. Spcalcing of the now food regulation dealing with the compulsory use ot substitutes for white wheat flour, Mr. Jlrtthcson states that the groat difficulty in. the west will bo to get the substitutes.. The company has a rye flour mill at Winnipeg, hut they have only lOltt) bushels of ryo'lett to grind. The rye crop throughout the west is very poor, and it will not do to depend on rye flour. As for the other substitutes tho problem will be to got tho raw products. Tho barley crop will he short. Corn would have to bo imported. ^Ve6torn Canada will have a much harder task adopting the substitutes for wheat flour than tho U.S. or eastern Canada. Mr. Matheson has high praise lor tlio Alberta roads. They are the best In tho west, ho declared, and ho has driven them all from AVinnipog to Lethbridgo. -LIFT Proclamation Mjg) i Omar Khayyam Temple, No. 141, "-^^o" D. 0. K. K. - out hern Alberta AmalgaiBate The now million and a halt gallon electrically driven low-lift pump for the filter likint arrived tills morning after having been many weeks on the way, and will bo iiL^-.tallcd by the utIK Itics department at the expense ot the Uoherts l-'llter Co. 'I'lie n(^w pum\) will be an auxiliary to tlie steam-driven .'i.OOCOOO gallon pump now in use. and will bo available in case anything happens lo the larger pump. C:oninilsH!onor Frceman'ri department ha.s just cumplctcd loading one '; of the Iioilcrs sold to Hie t^anad.i 1 Starch Co.. and shipment is being imade to the Canada Starch Co. at Fort I William. Tho boiler.i are bringing i .'fl::,0()l) each, cars here. tampede :: Monday July 1, At the Pythian Castle Hall Auditorium, Nobleford, Alberta VOTARIES AND KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS, BE AT THE PYTHIAN CASTLE HALL, FIFTH STREET SOUTH, SHARP 10 A.M., MONDAY, JULY 1ST WITH FEZ AND A BIG SMILE. AUTOMOBILES WILL BE THERE TO CONVEY YOU TO NOBLEFORD. VOTARIES-Hush in your petitions for tho ceremonla) to tho Secretary, He is rt-ady to receive them. WILL YOU BE THERE? AT LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA JULY 22iid to 27th, 1918 SOUTHERNALBERTA^S BIGGEST HOLIDAY"" Education and entertainment for everyone. ALLAN RITCHIE, Secretary LEWIS LUNDY, Royal Vizier. The "Next-of-Kin" Association SOCCER com Tho tollowing Benedicts are requested to be on hand for Monday morning's soccer game: Parsons. Enston, M duty re. Seaman. Parris. Hoiberton, Whyte, Clark, Knight, Lee. Tounant, Holland. Mcllveua. Hutton and Gray. Tho Bachelors will lino up as follows: Rigby, Dorricott. Lnkio or Coffey, Black, Shaw, Black, Westley, Jackson, Thompson, Paterson and MacKny. , Gurr will referee the game which will start at 10.30 a.m. SOMETHING DOING EVERY MINUTE LIVE STOCK EXHIBITS. POULTRY SHOW. INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITS. MACHINERY DEMONSTRATIONS CHILD WELFARE EXHIBIT. STAMPEDE FEATURES. PLATFORM ATTRACTIONS. HORSE RACES. MIDWAY-SHOWS. GOVERNMENT WOOL AND EGG EXHIBITS, ARE HOLDING A Reserved Seats now on sale. Applications for Boxes will also be received at New Office, Gait Gardens. Prize List on Application. Entries Close July 8th. Phone 328. W. McC. MOORE, Mgr., Lethbridge ON DOMINION DAY MONDAY NEXT, JULY 1st Half Proceeds for Sailors' Relief Half Proceeds for the Funds of the Local "Next o.!^ Kin" The "Next ot Kin" ladies are counting on the generous support ot the public in behalf of these two most worthy objects. SHOT HIMSELF. Halifax, June 29.-Confronted 'With a woman he had married two ^ears ago, James R. Reid, 21, shot himself on the eve of his marriage to a local girl. Toroiito, Juno 20.-11 has been announced that tho following, will compose tho parly ot represontatlvoa ot Canadian newspapermen who will proceed to England as tho gne.sts ot thV British governnrent lo make an extended ^survey of the Old Country under war conditlona and also a tour of tho western front: W. H. McCurdy, Tho Herald, Hall-fax; J. L. Stownrt, The .World, Chatham, N.B.: A. Sovnrd, Lo Solell, Quebec; N.^Chasso, L'Kvennvent, Quebec; lion. FranU Carroll, The Telegraph, Quebec; A. 11. Penny, Tho Chronicle, Quohoc; Hon. Smoaton White, (In I'bigland), Tlio Gazette, Jlonlreal; Fernand' Ulnfrot, Lo ' Canada, .Afon-'treal; Charles llobillard, 1/a Pafrio, Montreal; OswaldAIayrand, La Presso, Monlroal; Norman Smith, Tho Journal, Ottawa; W. It. Glvons, Tlio-Stand-iird, Kingston; J. S. Douglas, Mail and lOnipIro,; Toronto; V. D. Smith, .Tho News, Toronto; W. J. Soutliam, Spoc-�talor, Hnmilton; A. ii. Miller, Kreo Press, London; John Wold, Farmers' Advocate,- London; IS. H. ajacklln, ]''reo PresH,'Wlnnljieg; 11. L. Ulchard-son. Tribune, Wlnnlpog; W. F. Kerr, Loader, Kegina; W, A. Buchanan, .M. I^, Horald, Lethbridge; J. H. Woods, Herald, Calgary; M, U. .kmulngs, Jour-luil, Kdnionton; \V. G. Nichol, Pro-vlnco, Vancouver;- J. F. B. Llvosay, fcocrotnry, Winnipeg. , Don't Biy Until Vo* Ses 1^ Hii^d in Don't Waste a Summer-Industry Needs You Girls and boys-it's against your country's principles to have you lie around idle this summer. Make the most of the summer holidays by taking a course to fit you to fill a position in a business office. The demand for help far exceeds the supply. . ' SUMMER SCHOOL Our Day School remains open nil BUmmer. Hours from S a.m. till 1 p.m. NO AFTERNOON SESSION. Work in the cool of the momlnB and have your afternoon tree. garbutt business college OFFICE PHONE 1315 411 STH^STREET SOUTH .LETHBRIDGE. RES. PHONe.1531 COALDALE Will Celebrate As Usual on DOMINION DAY Ball Game, Races and Field Sports in Afternoon. Supper served by Coaldale Ladies' Aid.. Dancing all evening, good music. Everybody come. A good opportunity to meet our new settlers and get acquainted EMPLOY OUR QUICK RELIABLE SERVICE OUR BIG FURNITURE VAN AND AUTO VAN INSURES CAREFUL HANDLING WITH No'jARRING OR SCRATCHING YOUR PIANO OR FURNITURE. CHARGES REASONABLE. the McLEAN; transfer. ^'"WoT^, Vulcanizing! Vulcanizing!! Vulcanizing!!! Our conimodious and up-to-date Vulcanizing anrl Tire Service Station at the rear of Dallas Hotel is now open and ready for business. These premises are catering to a first class trade and are equipped with the necessary modern plant and machinery to facilitate service and reduce pri<;es to the lowest minimum. . Try us for service, speed, satisfaction and prices. Spots, Sectional, Retreading and Innerlining work a specialty. Ship your tires to be vulcanized by J. A. Egger. Central Vu 1 c a n i zing and Tire Service Station LETHBRIDGE ;