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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, SEPTRMBEH IG, 1010 THR LETHBRIDGE DAIIA HERAIJJ PACE NINE COALDALE INVITES WHOLE COUNTRYSIDE TO ITS FAIR Alfalfa Palace Bulging With Exhibits is Luring City People to Big Fair Todux anil tomorrow Coaldalo 01- IcmU Hie elaO hand. )'OUf troubles in your oM kit bag, Ithrov away Hie key nnd come to ilie grout alfalfa fair. Tlic juuiiageiiicnt have licen working night and day Lo mtko the show a success. All liaa been done Unit could bo done. Tlicy now say Lo cveryono viithln a radius of ;i hundred mllcu: "Sec CoaldaJe llrst. 11] en gu home end boost for Irrigation ami keep boosting till there arc not one but n score of Coaldalej on (he of sunny south cm Alberta. C'ome, come, Whcu It was announced from time to time during Mils Bummer by differ 'ont fair boards throughout the eoulU that on account, of Hie drouth were compelled to cancel (hair local fair dates, It occurred to sonia of the live wires of the Coaldale district Hint opportunity ivaa knocking at tho door. When olner districts were dried oul, only a crop failure was stnrlns the farmers thorn In face. Con dale was busy cutting and BlEu-kln ,thc greatest alfalfa crop on record and everybody was wearing eniilc and rolling un-n, bank account. It was too laic In the year to form a agricultural so- ciety, affiliated the Provincial Fair JJoard, nnd gel Government sis lance In Ihc way of prUc mouty for n fair, so LUc Coaldale Coinrrtnr- ot music grd cnterlilnment) J. C. I Base. chaCrmau; Lund. Iloneysetl, J. 11. Kdwln Johnson. IIcfreFhiuent compiltUe (In of refreBhuientB and luccK J. McD. Davldsou, chilmftu; A. L. lirown, MTS. T. li. Bimuel Sidles, Mn. JOB. (iftldwln, C. K. Can- non; R. J. Daltlry. Finance and publicity committee II. A. chalrmmi; 'M, Ix Holt- man, T. 'U. Dunham, B. Ferfuson, George Knudson. Enlrin Secretary Harry Sugelll has heen ahnoat overwhelmed n'ltli entries for the regular cHssfs of exhibits is wiill as many special eiblbltn, and UB the Herald goes to preis thete arc all In their place and. the Judges AFC husy maklog the awards, and their (ask Is a heavy onej as the competi- tion In, most classes is very keen. LIvMtock Stalls have been erected on grounds for numerous exhOnls cial Club rose lo (lie occasion ftiijii; uu ii uufaclvus, iliOii Anil now Vbe fair IB on. The, officers of Llio Commercial Club nrc: .M. L. Holt man. president; T. Dunhnni. first vice-president; T, Howlhy, sccotid vice-president; II. A. Stiggld, sccrelary-lrcasiircr, and iticy nrc ably assisted by the following di- riclorV. Frank Knapp, J. C. Bass, II. J. naldry, Roger Lund Hntl Jesse Wells. These men nrc responsible lor tho success nt the fair, and every one j.i a live vrlro. The Grounds Grounds have Secured pure hreil horses, callle, sheep nnil Rwlno. end provision made for the housing of the poultry ind otbcr farm fon-1 exhibited. The deiartmenl of agriculture has very hlnillr agreed to provide expert Judges for the .live- stock nnd poultry departments, and. Judging by (be splendid array ot hlgh- llveslock, for "which Coaldale Is far nnrl" Judges IsaVe their work cut oul for them. Today's Program grand parade of floats and just .east of the only piece nf iirnlric around too liljh and filry for jrrigniioii and filled by.nature 'for u nnd. falf They hftvc been fenced, a diamond laid out, .and fair buildings Creeled. Alfalfa palate An Immense exhibition building has hcen marie entirely of bales of alfalfa. In it arc'housed thu numerous domes- tic garden and field exhibits nnd it is crowded to the doors. In facl, Iho directors have becn-nl Uielr WlU1 eip'l to crowd all the exhibits mense biUldlng. In IbmorroWe cdl- .ifon of (he Herald we. will give a de- tailed description of :these exhibits, hnl In the meantime doma and sec [Or yourselves. Dancing Pavilion Jusl cnsl Of the alfalfa palnCc a huge alfoirs donclng pavilion has been I erected, built entirely of hut the floor. Hero the hundreds on merry dancers ilila evening will have more fun than they ever had nt any Imrn dance. Good music has VJEBTI jjrovldfed. Come along, with us and dance.tlull care nivay! of the Fair Fair .Manager- Frfl.nk Knapp. Apricultur.il coinmUlc6 (In charge or alfalfn pnlace and ngrtcullural II, Hnwlby. cliairman; Jos, nnltlivln. K. A. BozarLli, W. H. Folr- Ilchl, R. Slirunv .1 till n Ifnmlltoii, A. MUchctl, O. II. Hulls, V. M. Lack- fl-oarl, it. G. Grcer and K, Walker. Grounds committee [In charge of prcparliig buildings nnil dance chairman; II- 0. Harrison, 0. G. Mar- kins, Cirnc, A. II. Knapp, Oninwald, Llveslnck committee (In charge of horses, cattle and swlnc IJ, S.' I'awson, chnlnnin; n. II. Lea, K. Hollands. Poultry McAr 1 ilinr, chairman; David Orr. Ladles1 ''dcpartmehl (In chargt 01 frullp, art? and cooking Mrs, Alfred Haley, cliRlrnmii; Mrs nogcr Lnnrt, Mrg, his Knudson, Mrs. A, Mltcholl, Mrs. T. llowlhy. I cuinini.Ucc (In charg') 1 decorated auloirioblles will form at 1.20 this afternoon In front of the Suggltt Agency offices on Main street nnd proceed through the town to the cxhlbiljon groUEdS' Several gaily decorated floats belonging to the busi- ness hoiftes of Codldalc wetc nollccd yesterday br the Herald representa- tive. Liberal prlica have been fiffer- Ilia BiaUm Molor Co. for the best decorated float in the partdc, and hy (ha Motors for best decorated auto In (he parade. We under Blind that several entries hate been received ifor these classes from Lclhbrldne also.-. Slock Judglni AL 2 o'clock this afternoon Judg- ing of the eihlbita to the 112 clae of purebred slock will commence In Ihc prize ring. Only on an IrriguUA firm can a splendid herd ot purebred lock be safely bulll up In Southern Alberta, and Coaldale several of Ihcie that havo a national reputation, and others arc in process of forma- lion. A visit lo (he livestock depart- ment will maXe the heart .of even1 true lover of purebred slock. Biieball Matchec Coaldale has some reputation as a baseball town, so Ibe fani hive not been overlooked by Iho scoria com- mittee of ihe fair management. The Tiber baseball learn will do baltlo royal at 2.30 with CcaHale, and a1 G p.m. ihe girls teams of Taber am Coaldale will clash. Bind In Attendance Tha excellent minors' band ot Taber lias iittii ttcured for both days BO tha visitors to Ilia fair are assured of good music and plenty of II by Ibis vrell kno-.vn and popular organization ol musicians. Refreshments The .committee have erected a largo lunch counter on Ihc east slilc of Ihc a I la I fa when lunch, soft drinVs, nuLs aud candy lea and coffee will be served it reas onablc rjLcs. And they haya raafle aruhle provision to feed the thousand itor.T they eiptct and. which tn> lltl eihlblU nnd dc serve. With the aajue bright sunshine am calm weatner ivc liavc today Coaldal will entertain a record-hreakloc crowd of'visitors tomorrow. Invited Officers of agricultural and me chnnlcal societies, of publi journals and iDlnlalerB ot the Qotpe are Invited bj tho (air manager __ lo attend, and on calling at the were tary's office will bo given guctts Sadecs enMlllnr llicm to the fretJo of Ibc groundi. Uthbrldfle Vlfttori Tlit Lclnbrldge Hoard of Trade with the Com I dale Com mcrcfal Club In making the fair- SQUARE HARNESS DAVID KINO, Harnew, Salu, Col- Ian, GbTU and lAlher Goedi Kept in Stock or Made to Ordtr. lls Your Patrinage Solicited Home Rooming House Good meals served reasonable prices at all hoursi SAM FELT PROP. ccess. Coaldalo haa done Its part d II ht providing such A lendtd array of In every dc- Ktnenl, and U Is up to outside lata to come and see. II do Us share in providing visitors morrow. Autos have been provided carry Ihe crowds to Coaldale al Jl r person for il.e round trip and will art from Ihc Herald building at clock on Wednesday aflernoon. As Is IE toe usual weekly half-holiday, ere should be a. record crowd. Let ery citizen blujw his appreclalioti what Coaldalp means to Lelh- Idge ty pota? lo the (air. A uo ich JirlgtMon ni Coaldilc goutbern Alberta will mate IxMh- a cllr o( .'0.000 and iho most able and proipmmi clly IQ Canada, W'drMMLay't Fair Prcgram inatch, IxthbrldRc Coaldale. pXrade ot Hoats ami ccoralcd baseball match, Leth- TS. Coaldale. Tug-of-war. Mud liens vs. I'rairie hlckem. N'oiellT nices. Taber band Iu atteadance. v 4 v v 4- WILL PROSECUTE FIRST MERCHANT FOUND MAKING v OVER ONE CENT ON 6UGAR (From Iho Globe.) Barons U.F.A. and W.I. have wired cmanding that he urge upon he goTcrnmenL immediate forma- n ot a parliamentary commission meet, tlie Domlniati UAV.VA. dele- allon to discuss further soldier civil e-csLabllshmoMil. Dr. W. E. Walhvin and family rc- urned on Sunday alter spending two DiODlbs relatives in Toronto, lolorlnff (he distance thcru anO L ithout any Inconvenlenne. All are lad lo be back In Ihcir home town. The late Robert il. Cox. lumber. ..an, 16ft about a naif million dollar; 0 St. ljuko's hospital, Ottawa- TOnONTO. Sept. 15- -'I Eball not await the board of com- merce to name an offender, but Jutt as soon as we bare word that any retailer la mak- ing more than one cent a pound on hla sugar L order thai he bo prosecuted." Such was ilie EtatcniCDi mado by J. S. K.C-, In an Interview Mr. Ijundy has been appointed by ttic Ontario gov- ornrnenl to cooperate with tho board of coimuerce in reducing the cost of living mid has been given vide authority. CALOREN AND CALOREN BUTCHERS L GOOD STOCK OF HEATS ALWAYS FRESH ON HAND- WHEN IN NEED OF HIGH QUALITY LUMBER OR HARDWARE SEE OUR STOCK WHICH IS COMPLETE IN EVERY DE- TAIL. OUR ESTIMATE ON YOUR BILL OF MATERIAL 'WILL SAVE YOU MONEY. P. LUND SON COALDALE COALDALE IS THRIVING Tol meet the requirements of' shipping the large voluifie; of hay now being handled by us, it has been necessary lo open a v. OFFICE AT COALDALE Sauiers Hay ft Grain Go. A. C. Manager Uthbridfc, PboM732 Inipector, Coaldale, GENERAL MERCHANDISE Coaldale's Pioneer Store Coaldale Blacksmith Shop Hone Shoeing, General BUcknnithing and SAT ISFACf ION GUARANTEED PHILIP TURNER PROP. HARRY PROUDLET, PROP. CAS, pIL, and a .full Line of Always on Hand ir Work Only Expert Mechanics We will give you prompt and courteous treatment. Our desire is to please, our best efforts are" al- ways at your service R. J. BALDRY Phone R205 lale "THE RED YARD" Exchange your good Canadian for "Chieftain Brand" Lumber and Building Material YOU WILL BE SATISFIED Noting fat No. 1 Grade Carried ui Slock B. GREER COAL6ALC Premier Motor GASOLINE MORE MILES PER GALLON Polarine Motor Oil MAKES A GOOD CAR BETTER BOTH MAKE A SPRY ENGINE, A SPEEDY CAR. THAT SMOOTH STEADY HOW OF TOWER, THOSE QUICK STARTS, AND IN- STANT PICX-UP DENOTE PER- FECT -LUBRlCATiON AND PER- POLARiNE CANNOT CONGEAL AT LQt TtMPERATURE OR BREAK-AND GUM UNDER EX- TREME HEAT. IMPERIAL OIL LIMITED A Fa! Line Tractor Ofc ami Greaio AWayt CarrW CtMik ITIKB. E. P. MYERS, Agent ;