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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, April HE LE TJimUDGE DAILY HERALD An Exception Exhibitional of Thoroghbred Canines Deserving of the Best of Patronage-Local Dog Carries Everything in its Class OUT 10 M Interest at the lair grounds today IK divide, betu'erzi the .second annual Hhuw ol the Lethbridgt) Kennel Club uml tho Mixed Karmitig Convention, and in the mutter of noise at uny rate the' former talies the oake. With '207 r-iiJiinos, nil, groomrd and fed to the last minuty, making USD of 207 strong pairs it is not hard to tell wliflvc to go. to find the dog vhow building. Today is the big with tlio own- ers of thei cnniuo heautics, for by .Judgo F. T. Miller hopes to have all Ufa' winners tagged, with the possible exception of the special Tho blue ribbons aro more and more iu evidence as tho day pro- gresses und interest ia correspond ing- .The .morning judging was closely watoliPiJ by n large number.ol inter- ested spectators, and .Judge Milter had some close decision's to make. All the latest models In Btocfe, such FALCONS PERFECTS and BRANTFORDS Made to stand the wear and tear oi western roads, built by the world's best cycle mo- f ohanfos In up-to-date shops. With a cushion frame it la like sailing- along on rough roads. makes of machines re- paired and overhauled, parts made to ordar. Twenty years' practical experience in the trade. ._ Lelhbridge Cycle 110 Fffth Stnet South Lady Valeria, owned by President of the Lethbriilge Krmio] Club, car- off tho .morning honors, claim- ing everything that was going In the English Hull ciaHKCfj. Turners wore not judged this morning, bub by evening the .blue ribbons will be awarded. i Tho club has. seen to it that elec- tric lights have been installed in the dog show building, and the show will be open this evening. Without a doubt the exhibition this i year is the best cdorl- of tho fanciers of this city, and evecyono should attend tonight or tomorrow. Children's Class Clusa No, 2, dog or bitch, shown by boy under 1C Goo. Roblu- aon'ft Shop; 2, Earl Srennan'a Lady; ,1, S. K. Reid's Culberkon Sabre; '-i, Lavorn Klllen's Spot. St. Bernards Class No. 3, Rigby's Bruce. Novlcfi W. Rlgby'B Bruce. and W, TIar ford's Monn'fl Queen. and W. Harford'a Moaa's Quqeir, 2, Robin Hood kennel's Afiuna Bruce. Queen. Great Danes Novico doga and M. Ad- ara'a Rtifus; 2, J, Jones' Laura Van and .1, Jones' Laura Van Metii, WJ fine f us. Russian Wolf Hounds and Daiiphlo kennel's PrJnco Ivan; 2, Dauphin Jconncl's Olga of Dauphin. and Dau- phin kennel's Prince Ivan; 2, Dau- phin kennel's Olga of Dauphin. and A. D, J, Comer's Satinaa Kazli; Dau- phin kennel's Oh Tholnia of Bosseau a Unas Kazli. Greyhounds and Geo. Ilaag's Thranaway, and Geo. Haas's Deer Hounds .and Robin Hood konnal'B Music-.. Fox Hounds and John Alldribt'a Stiver. tl ver. who Jiave outgrown "their youthful' waist- who have become "solid citizens" hi weight, as as in irnportanoc, should depend on the Fit-Reform tailors and have their Spring Suits and Overcoats made to their individual order. Perfect fit guaranteed, Beagle Hounds anu p. W. Scott's Domino Warrior. Warrior. Pointers and a. A. Hnsett'B Blrdy Cash; 2, No. Novl'jo W. J. Little's Beauty; 2, K. A. Busaott'H Blrdy Cash. and W. Lit- tle'a Beauty. l, V. C. Kobold'g CU Prince Cash; 2, J. A, Holumu's Bauga Doc. W. J. Little's Beauty; L', K. A. Bussotl's liirdy Cnah. Prince Cash. English Settars and P. W. S'soU's Woodcreat Putsy; 2. Jonos lUerloy Lady; 2, U. G. Jones' Joe Cray. Novlco V. E. Greene's Pol- arlno; H. G. Jones' Joo Gray; a, II. G. Jonea' Jorry Gray. P. W. Scott's Woodcrest Putsy; 'j, J. C. Floss; 0, W. W. Jones' Biurley Lady, and F. W. Scott's Putsy. W. W. Jones' Dior, ley Grouso; 2, V. E. Greene's Polar- Ino; U, H. G. Jones' Joe Gray. JV. Scott's Woodcrest Pntay; 2, Thos. Coch- rnne's Topsy C.; 3, J. C. Barclay's F103H. Orouae. Put- ay. i Retrievers and E.-D, Sweeper II.; 5, Mrs. 31. Berkley's Liuly. and E. D. Adams' S'wcoper -II. Nellie. Labrador Retrievers Mrs. M. Berkley's DiJngavel 'Scat Mrs. (Nt. Borlc- loy's No. 43. Winners dogs Duiigavei Seat Dog, 43. Clumber Spaniels and Mo- Call's Rivcrton Donald. DonnJi Collies and bite! Hudson's Corona Crystal, Novice bitches 1, W. Hudson's Corona Crystal. i. Weston Collie kennel's Weston Master' Sample; 2, W. Armstrong's No. 50. JWastpn ;ColUe kennel's Weston All Quality. and W. Hudson's Corona Crystal. G. X Hall's Brae- mar Perfection.; 2, Western Collie ken- n.eJ's Weston Master Sample; 3, B. T. Steadman's Corona 'Magnet. Wcgtou Collis kennel's Weston All Quality; 2, E. T. Staadman's Corona Lily; A. Hall's Braemar Bella. Braemar Perfec- tion. Winners bitches Weston All Quality. Cocker and .W, Nixon's Rosbury Duke. and P. Klel'ty'a Duke Oofao; 2, W. Nixon's Dube. and p, ty's Geo. Kynocb-'g Black Bess; 2, J. M. Aldffl's Prairie Edna. Oobo. Bess. Cocker than 0'Uqk and H. J. Perndale and H. j. Barr's Ferndale Goldie; Z, j. Kosr's Blander Bluff, and p. Gorth's Blazer; 2, J. T. Thompson's flostou Victor; 3, Mrs. V. E. Greene's Lady Olga. 1 Frank .Gorth's Bla- zer; 2, J. M. Aldritt's Ottawa Goldj Dust; 3, P. J. Koen's Blander'BluEf. 1, Mrs, V. E. Greene's Lady Olga; 2, Mlaa M; Gray's No, 62. Goldie. Fox Terrjers aad B. Sims' Rosemout Skipper. Wire, Rosemont Skipper; S, Wm. Currie's Learmont Salec. Wire, B. Sims' Lynnfteld Marjoi'le; 2, H. U. Smith's Champion Doimington Princess, skip, j iter, winner; reserve, Learmont. Balec. -Mar- orie. Page Boston 4ind Dll- lee' Capital; Mrs. C. Peg- gy. and Capi- tal; J. A. McQlyou's MacG.; 3, Peggy. Capital; a MacG 8, J. S. Kirkhaw. Capital, wiimar; rijuerve, MacG. B'jIidcQg and E. Ellla; 2, Qeo. Kynoch's Sliver Duchess, and bitohos, under 45 E, p. TUSOII'K Val- eria; 2, J. B. Rauuard'a Silver Rival; 3, Newton and Nffwbrs. under -ly J. E, Hannard'a Silver Rival; a, Chas. P. f.tilU; 3, Frank Humphries' Jerry. under -lij E. P. Tuson'0 Lady Valeria, Now ton and NOWOPS; 3, Silver Duchuas. and bitches, over -15 W. K. de HossUer'a Sir rut; Zt J, J. Adams' Ciiiiieuniii Tormentor; U, J. M. Alldrltt's Jnspor Teddy. over 45 Pal; 2, Mersey Cblueimm Tormnntor. Winners E. Rtmnard's Silver Rival, winner; Sir Pat, re- serve. p, TUBOU'B Lady Valeria, wiiinur; rcsorve. New- ton and -Mowora. KugUsh Valeria, prlue sllvor cup; bust Eng- lish bull, opposite Rival, prize, cut glaas berry howl. IN c'lgard, arettluiiifiium tags oome of which are worth 250. and some Yaurciyar mafi will redeem thest tugs at their stamped The New iOc. Cigar With That Fascinating Flavor "Klor dc Cluro" gives you the rich, mellow, tropical flavor of the pure Havana tobaccos of which it is made. Yet it is sweet and to the rare skill in blending the choice leaf. "Florde Claro" is a light, mild, full flavored blend to please the popular tante, 8 J. BRUCE PAYNE LIMITED, GRANBY, P.Q. French Bulldogs and C. M. Adams' Normandy Prince Leo. Noripundy Prince Leo; 2, JOB. Licmare's Normandy Nomad. Prince Leo, winner; reserve, Normandy No- mad, Pleasing the Public PiiSsiorby (stopped by How in Una? Only last week you eat hm-o with a deaf and dumb card; now you'ro ueKghiK on at-c-ount of a brolc- firm. sir, business Is busi Words of Cheer nlslied tbe High Cost Living, "J lenrn tbat Congress )a ing to tako immediate stopn to duce me." "Cinmr advised the ProteotU-a Tariff. "CoiyrreHB han been going K ness, and you know UID public must reduce mo for thlrty-flva IHLVO variety. Boston Transcript. Life. Visitors to More Power fl Why, in the name of all that is good and beautiful, should you pay more for your clothes than what they are really worth? Take aTlook at the material displayed in the different shop windows at and and compare them with what we have for and THEN YOU WILL AGREE WITH US THAT ASE GETTING MORE POWER TO YOUR DOLLAE TEAM BEYOND OUR DOORS. The Best Clothes at Price SUIT or OVERCOAT Ma'de-to The day we opened shop we fixed the price. We have not varied it, but we have kept right along making bet- ter clothes. Half the men in town would be wearing. better clothes, and be having them made for about half the money, if they were customers of. the Scotland Woolen Mills Company Limited, and that's stating a fact on experience-r-we know it. CJ Suppose you put us to the test; right now it's seasonable to suggest the Spring Suit or the Spring Overcoat--we know we can show a man the greatest assortment of the best aijd most stylish weaves, Don't Go Home Without Inspecting Our Stock Western Branches: CAUQARY REGINA EDMONTON SASKATOON LETHSniSSE 4O4 FIFTH STREET SOUTH Telephone ;