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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY HERALD LOCAL MEN HAVE IN CITY LIMIIS i Moit ptoplwthoifiht they had and Wwlly west ret erafc Add ft ot tht city H aeifOrl ani ot Aipubllf a thfllUfvtMi morning that brought back ftNty days of the whiskey runner and the buffalo WhDe coming to wrtrk from In Rlvervlew they notlCftl a pwvlfar animalin a vacant lot on Street south juit off Seventh Ave ivlth number of ferocious looklni keeping a healthy and respect ful distance Investigation showed the visitor to be a full grown Wildcat or i by alt of which names It Is Black and fltlokley hurried back to the latter house attd secured a little rifle and coming Stlckley drew a heM and The bullet just grac ed the marauder which made a quick getawarbrlth the dogs In full pursuit A rtlpectful Cornemd It The for the old auditor ium building on the ball and entered for Messrs Black and Stlckley followed and Black with tN rifle entered one of the doors Ad came which eWithed tor a hM etperience with made a to the lynx efore It got hllH aid succeeded In put a Bullrt i WM routnt tft lUt where t the cHltfB all day wKaliava called M three feet al Kaiser Bill of ftinl stand off o hundreds of o get the itor ong with Mtets to tie man or beiet tt IB thought that It ame nlown the rlf er moun in the city iMt night in of something to Throughout te night tje dogs of the neighborhood en It on tte alert and still had It tills morning before sup rlor humaft pro ended Us wan erlngrt BE CAREFUL Itt rour choiee of an An Interior ointment Is worse than hbtte at because It Irritates and and sometimes even ilie piace it Is Intended to and In using ZamBuk you take no as Us sooth healing properties have been proved by thousands of and Its purity li vouched for by the famous English Lascelles who eays I have made an exhaustive analytical examination of and nnd It exclusively of vegetable With none of the Impure and tfrliatlrtg mineral drugs and animal fats found In ordinary olnt men The germdestroying poweri of ZamBuk eiceed those of carbolic yet it does not In flame evefl the most sensitive I have no hesitation In certifying the purity of and Its value for skin diseases end ZamBuk Is best for running old scalds And ajlskln S for all druggists or ZamBuk Send stamp tm istnao on Ti BIG PLANS FOR FOR GIRLS NOT ALL OF THE BEST HERE Margaret Inspector un der the Factories Is In the legardlng Lew s says My business on this trip has been o investigate the conditions under vhlch wotrien are employed In The Fsctpries Act requires that proper provision be made for the comfort and health of workers In these and while many of the businesses In the city lave made arrangements which are in many other places women areworking under conditions which are Insanitary and not conducive to good I noticed on Wednes day the splendid parade you had In in the Interests of Better but we must begin by safe guarding the health Of the girt work ers of the who are tho mo thers of by seeing tha their working hours are spent undei the best possible conditions of sani tatlon and With regard to no girl Is per mitted to work more than ten hourr a Employment after 11 I except by a special parmi in writing from the wage must be at least six dollars a weel for and nine dollars a weel after the first Board and lodging costs girls In Leth bridge today anything between and a mostly the latter The recent permission glcen by th chief Inspector for stores to exten the Saturday shift to on cond tion that they give their employe the Wednesday seem likely to work out to the satisfactio of it is possible tha the present arrangement may remai in force for the I am greatly Indebted to the cit health department for valuable an courteous assistance in the invest gmtloto of It ha possiblefor me to complet tliIpwork this but I expect t do so next IN FAIR WEEK Ray Knight Has Confidence It Will Be Beat Ever Staged x Kay who is honorary presi dent of the amalgamated fair and Is associated with Day in he management of the stampede at ractlon which will bo a featuro of the air on 22 to 27th told the aeruld this morning ot plnns which are under way to make the stampede absolutely the best evar staged in Al We are trying to get he a hunch of the worst buck ng horses In the and have arranged to have several riders at the fair grounds on May 24111 to try out the bad ones that may be brought In on that We Invlto farmers and ranchers to bring along their wild ones on their and If there Is merit In them as real barfones that will give the boys a ride for their life we will arrange to buy Hyssop are putting their very at our dtspos il and I can assure the boys of the tall hat and the jingling spur that they wont have any gentle old plough horses to ride at this Branding Contest Knight also told the Herald that the branding which was a feature of the stampede last will be better than as a defl has gone out to the branding outfits of Wyom Arizona and clear dowr into old Mexico to produce their best and send thorn along to compete witH the Southern Alberta The branding corral will be larger this year and the roper will have to reach out for his Arrangements are also being made to build new corrals and chutes so placed that the bucking horses will do all their performing on the track right In front of the An effort will be made to have the number of each rider flashed to the crowd as the horse leaves and by refer ence to the program the crowd will bo in full possession of all the infor mation about each rider without the need of announcement by megaphone as In past Knight Is working hard to make the stampede a and he declares the attend ance will break all LARGEST ELECTRIC VESSEL May first electric ally propelled merchant ship ever built In England and the largest elec tric vessel in the world is now under going Its finishing touches at a British shipyard and will soon start on Its llrst The vessel Is designed on a system In which a combination of Bteam and electricity Is The Importance of this type of vessel under present conditions is Its de creased coal consumption and larger cargo t Brftttlt Committee on Subject Submitted a Report May English Scot tish and Irish committees appointed to Investigate the purchase and control by thef state of the liquor traffic have reported In favor of the feasibility of the The coat Is estimated at than hut less than English dealing with a similar liquor declares the bulk of the stock may be regarded as working capital required to earn a prof it and that the value should be in cluded In the sum arrived by Includ ing the net profits of the concerns owning This committee main tainsthat the trade nhould be brought out on the basis of the profit it was capable of earning before the war In regard to the form of the English committee points the time when the states obligations come to be the conditions of the money market are likely to be very different from those before the and the general standard of capital substantially As the extent of depreciation cannot be pre dicted at this the committee re commends that tho sum arrived at should be written down to the stand ard Of capital values prevailing when the purchase transaction cornea to be completed and that special govern ment guaranteed stocks should be is sued ft a price enabling it to com mand In the market equivalent to the sums The Scottish and Irish committees favor the same principle of purchase n the basis of prewar All le committees agreed as to the in erest Which must be included in the All Include the export trade s subject to acquisition and all pro ose to exclude allied such as major portion of the ail road theatre vessels and dining The cost of the purchase of the distilleries and public with the of supply is estimated at In Kngland and Wales and in Scot The Wish committee supplies only certain data for an PEBMITS PON FLOUR tXPORTS May future Individ ual from the Canada Food Board Will required for all ship ments of flour for Irrespective of Formerly shipments of less than 120 bushels of food grain or 35 barrels of or 125 pounds of butter could be exported on endorse ment by the collector of customs on the Shippers export CITIZENS LIBER HERE Edward president of the Citizens Iumber Which has yards in all Ihn loading towns and cities in Southern and Sas arrlvnd In Hie city yester day from his home In on business connected will the company of which Tlagc Is general Mill nt thn Cnniitllnn liosicl office Konnnlx old Ihn Hcrnld thatx anil In lie vvjiole Of ada through wliich poarcd to making Htrehuous to put In tho ImRest posrlblp aerfcAl in and HIP outlook was v Kvfryihlng la war south the ho and the farmer there arc pulling forth superhuman if forts to Th States is In y to the last man and the last dot hir and will never until Kalset Dill is down and is in a number of banks lit tho Twin Cities and htt8 beeH occupied lately in helping th8 new Liberty Loan a success ef or sT ilnjlt pi o a happy 3USC or tatSt the imprt I t col hell rows ailk Kyle F wear wllk ihlcSnlfh of wool ft lot Trim Track of white China bodice buckle Oi and with utrt haad I for alurnomi the badlcc entire chain nitchiai art I with Wo Clearance Of Keen qualify Suits Coats Only 3 Coati and a Jew tvht left No two of either 1O Per Cent Off to bit without Each suit and exclusive You should see these Alterations by expert dl THIRD AVCNUB tOUTH I wel il Yoa fllgel ave y addwii and ten any trite Iht 5ditorial Fuhioni of be no lor future tiie aafl For Plembef of the For easy attradtiveness and downri wear FLEET FOOT Wear them all the work and for business and Theres a style for every occasion an comfortable fit for every foot a Fleet Foot shoe for every member of the None ganuine unless stamped FLEET FOOT on the The best dealers srll Fleet Canadian Consolidated lubber Company Limited HEAD Ones Stnict Branches i they are FightingDyingfor YOU at are You Doing for THEM S9 t TF only you could be in close to I your think of the comforts you could him into the how you could hearten him for the supreme ordeal of shield him by your from comfort him in him turn his not always downward into the chaos of but upward to the Right we fight and to the higher things he learned on your knee But of miles separate you Not for you are his no visits to camps for no privilege of visiting your boy in if need Few and far between are the comforts you can send across the wide seas Would that you had a friend over there to perform these offices for ypu Thank you have that The is ever at your boys from the day he enlists to the day he doffs his in in the streets of the big in behind the firing and often right into the Right on the heels of the dashing Can adian soldiers at Vimy the men were serving out biscuits and chocolate to the tired said the dis The General was enthusiastic and recommended one of the men for the Military Cross Said Lord I do not think the War could be fought withouttheYJM A general The benefit to the troops is beyond all In the words of Ralph The is nearer to ttye boys than anything Think of the tremendous cost of building and maintaining hundreds of huts with all the thousand and one comforts must be What will you give to show that you care for your boys welfare At least is needed for For the sake of your precious be Generous I WarWork Summary There 89 branches of Canadian in 74 branches in Fund Afftal Dozens of dugouts forward trenches under in needed for athletic equip ment helps morale of saved hundreds of lives at Vimy Ridge by caring for walk ing Over 100 pianos in England and also 300 gramophones and 27 moving picture More than cups of hot tea and coffee distributed daily in Estimated cost for j 8 magazines distributed every Estimated coat used in 1917 to build in Thousands of soldiers decide for tht better sells many needful thinp to soldiers for their if all spent for benefit of Service to boys in Camp Red Triangle Clubs for in Montreal other in Paris and London for men on Out of Red Triangle to be contributed to the war work of the Cost of administration of war work is less than Associal Campaign Directors for Weatorn Canada Brittoh VaMtafW City Cafcry Manitoba UOi ;