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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FKIDAY. -NOVBMREH 0, 1917 THK LJlTHBHinGK DAILY HKMAU) PAGE THIRTEEN Knight is us Slumjwdc Manager lloii appointing as members of the Lcltibrldeo (air board all (ha mem- bers of the amalgamate board who not previously members. The (air will llius be held under ths aus- plcos of ILo Lethbrldge fnlr board. The appolDtnient ot a manager wai lelt. to a commutes composed ot Mayor Hurdle, Peter Lund, A. E. Humphries, s. Shepherd and W. II. tolrfteld, and (he tame commit lee will alan set the dates ot Ibo fair and ala redo. It was decided thai the present of- Ilcera ot the I.elhbrWge fair board should bo constituted the oJficers o! the amalgamated board lo the fact.that Roy Knight, recognized stampede luauaeer In IhU section of ILo couulry; IB going lo Utah soon the (air board at Us meeting in (ho board of trade, bulldlos on Thursday appointed A. Day as manager ul tbo sUupedo program o! Ilia fair neit August.1 Day Is now residing ID tills part ot Iho .south, having taken charee of Mr--Knight'" personal In- terests In Southern Alberta, and Ue'ueon. provldei accepted the position. He ijeriips C-eu .Cs'lorna, who has been In sup (CoKTivuzc MOM fJio.vT Montreal, Nov. Ei-Aldcrman A. LapoiDle, M.P., announced to tho Letelller Club here fllglU that he had decltod to accept lie Liberal nomination In SI. James division again, as Sir WUIild Lau'rler wished II. The noiqiunUo'n was leadered to blrc tome mqtilbs l-apolntc referred to the Military .Service Acl as "an Immoral and unjust one." Add- ing. "T slop he adylncd all lua young men to register, so that Ihcy could vote, as the goTeinnienl would not try lo eutorce conscription before the general elections. It the govern- ment were sustained at'the polls con tlables ana officers might be eineded at Ihelr doors, he uld. jrv, one ot Ibo ticst known, stampede man- agers in Canada and tho success ol the iledklno Hat slainpede lilt sum- user was largely attributable to him In his capacity ot manager of thai Mr. Day declared that he .would do his beet to ruako tlio stam- pede a big success ai'id the meeting was Ibni H would be a suc- cess. GovarnmBnt Grant1 Tito board received the reriort of (be delegation which recently waited on lion. Duncan Marshall' with regard lo (he fair grant, and was qulto salls- fled the jnfufstcr'3 promise of Jt.OOO and aid la sccuro an additional }2.50d from the IlQmlulon. lu order lo placo ILo new fair hoard on n proper fooling under the fairs ordinance .Mayor IlarJio was asked remo command ot the Italian army since Ihe beginning ot the war, has beeu given a place on Ihe new com- mittee. New heads ot the Italian army have bnen named. General Diaz has been appointed first In command with Gen Graudlnc third. General Focli, culof ol of Ihe French war .ministry, and.General Wilson, sub chief of the Hrillsh general Kill serve, on the Interallied committee with General Cadorna. Amour; mHilary officers Ihe decision of the- .allies to create a permanent military commltlee baa caused great satisfaction. 11 la accepted as evid that Ihe allies have awakened to the necessity for Ihe closest'union of Ihe whole length of Ike western to have the clly council H uio-lfronl for: tho political tai military conduct ot Iho war. Qen, Din Is rsled as (lie ab- lest Italian inllllary Inaders. For years he was connected with .the gen eral staff. He look part in Ihe Ly blin war. scrvlog us a colonel, and wag so severely that he ask ed to bo wrapped In a flog, feeling inat death was at hand. Hp-atltiuarters, .Thur day, N'ov. 8. (Dj (lie Assoplstec Italians continue' ihel retreat In accordauce with Iho. plan of the general staft. 'Although th plnln over which they arc flghtlns ot fers no natural defences, with Uie ccptloa of Ihe hills In the province o Trevlse, the Italians are opposln more determined realGtance from tb enemy- Prom Ihe Trcvlse Hills the are pouring down a rain of shells 0! tho Germans and Auslrlaus, makinL them pay'a heavy price for the groun they gain. EXTRAORDINARY SALE OF WOMEN'S SUITS AT "Without a-doubt this-is the most extra-' brfjiparyf offer of the season. 50 new, slylisri.; materials are heavy tweeds. All satin and blacky green, grey shades. Balance of our regular fall slock at and while they last, your choice All our stock olF suits at and up at Off r SECOND AID There is many a brare fellow in the trendies who will appreciate most gratefully this nourishing Chocolate. At times during heavy twmbirdmenfthearmycommissariat 7becomes so disarranged Lthat, ordinary .food- is unprocurable for days. During such: 'Crimes .as this the value of a convenient and food, that may.bje carried and handled 'easily, Service all the re-' of such a food. If is..the. most ;y nourishing and man- Sold in Sc. and 25c: sizes; The package is specially, wrapped'for riediate mailing. ;'.''iv This Chocolate also makes i very nourishing; and palatable drink when miieti with hot water. It is eanly loluable and none of- the excellent -food qualidej are lort ed in-this'fishion. Explain this to'iyqurfnenxii when writ-? CilOSING OUR Everything'in; this rJeparlrnent. must go regardless of Iqrnicr.-.Values. or present' market-conditions. Mifid this is positively (he best offer of this season. Every piece is as staple as'sugar in a grocery store bul we musticlear thenrin.a few daysless; r per Corset Covers, Drawers, Princess Slips, Underskirts, Gowns, Envelope Combinations, Chemist; and Tea Aprons ' ,r; per ceiit off Co'T LimibJ, Toronto section hbnse.otjA. Kylco's waa enter- ed and 'tiro saddles and a horse stolen, Ihe police eot 'busy and roundcdupthe who evidently had no inUnUo'n of. "bar'eb'acklTig 1L" Ihe rest dny.s, .up In Ihe brush in tht river'-Vottofh'In the 'Ogden' pasture. of. FI h who': jfA3- severely wounded'lant. June haa-.been inTAllded'nome and Is (From OnrOijn Correspondent! IPlncher Hqr- Henderson, D. Thomson, Mayor "AlllsonY Bereridge and 'F. -.WIHock delegates 'to attend the convention at Macleod on Saturday at.a mfetlng held, here on Wednesday V.dlffference 'of opinion irtiethef Ulci -isMtlng ''Pro- arid "to appoint ofttcers and an who would fovlte the dlitrlcls lo Join with Ihem. H. ;ilyde was elected president and ettcullve', Joha KerrrTJ. 1' J. O. J- HerwMxl and' A.: E. Tlie annual repbria.of the Red Crofli branches of the rUslrlclyclearly show, (.'definite reaoludon on the.ptrt of Uie women, to see Ihe war (o a and Tlciorlous coccluilop. In addition to.the report of Ihe town.branch which >wu published recently Ihclr added, eicellent work by the I.lnnj- stone branch which hag Ihe of their credit, and with the'uslslanrje of Marcroft the rain- Ing tor "Our Day" fund. Monies raised by the Fish turn branch. Including 1134, frAm Utopia, and J-5 from SprtnjrMje amounted Beildel a greit deal of and accomplished thne neighborhoods hare l-akea a Terr live Interest In .Iho needs aul tor Ihe military coavaktcmc home it Ofden acid bare Mtil'caMs ol