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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LF.TiiBRIDCE OAlW HERALD "WEDNESDAY, AUGUST. 7t1U1S 'Of. LOS. tlDTOK 'Large Audiences Attend Ser- vices Many Prominent Speakers Present OUT Own Cardston, Aug. The weather man us a nice rain during the nlsht o' thy Plate chorister, J. Frank royae. was highly i-ompllmenl- by tl.o visitors. Those -were Kichard Lymau of the luorutn of Apostles; Elder Welts, tne suc- cessor TO Bishop Milter in lhe PIT- s id i ng bishopric ol U: ch urcfa a Anderson, (b? well kuuvru i Hah airthur wuo toiuoa to instruct iu jrravalosiea! work. .Mr- Pope, the u'uii'V ardiiiecl, also here lu his cruelly aud Is making his annual 'Mrs, Xina Y. Ci'.nl. "mother of Carilston." was also yrvisfut at th? ct'afotfnco fesajoos as she Is here visiting ihe mem- bers oT her la tally. ueuorls were raado by Pros. Thos. Dace UR lo the1 Stake conditions cad activities, all toiug, shown to be in a flouTisMus siiite; by KliUy Wm. O. Lee as to his mission lae Samoim he sucnt three anJ halt years. au'J.by -Miss Hua Dowdle while those ivltli hav Jowa j who has just returned (roui tho orn States mission, where she lahor-' o an inn-stiBiticn of ;1s raetits by dtsig jiatid and other! wh thoull be cf grrjt tjnportanee t ihcic is ib of the worn sutiment whost rtporta cf forrauli :o Ibal the public its i 'L -i.r-- Holstein cow, 3 years or Jos. H, Laycock; 2nd Geo. Beiinglon 3rd Jos. H. Layco.ck. x ITolateln heifer, 2 anrl 2n Jos. II." Laycock; 3rd-Gcp. Bcvington Tlolstein heifer, senior 1st Jos. II. Laycock; 2nd Geo. Hevlng ton; 3rd Jos. II. Holsleln heiCer, Junior 1st Geo. Bevington; 2ud and 3rd Jo: H. Laycock. Holstein heifer, senior Jo H. Laycock; and 3rd Geo, Bcvln; ton. Holstein heifor, junior Jo H. Laycock; 2nd Geo.'Bevlngton; 3r Jos. H. Laycock.- IIohLein female, senior champlo 2 years or and 2nd JOE. I Laycock. Holstein junior champio under 2 Jos. H. Laycocl 2nd Geo. Bevington. HplBleln female, 1st.and 2nd Jos. H, I-iycoek. Holstein three, the gel ol one bull Ifil Jos. H. Layitock......' Holstein two. tho progeny one GPO. "Jtavington. Ho3stein nerd, hull fyezrs or over, cow 3 years or over, 1 heifer 2 years, 1 heifer yearliag and I H6Ifer Jos. H, Laycock; 2nd Geo. Ilolitein junior bull and 3 fe- uiiucr 2 isl Laj- COCK; 2nd URO. Bevlnglon. HoUtcIn three, calves under 1 year, owned by Gcpv llfivlng- lon; 2nd .los. H. j Ayrshire bull, a years or 1st and 2nd ami Calgary, AJta. Ayrshire hull, Junior yearSEng-r-lat Ayrshire bull, senior and 2nd Laycock and McDonald. Ayrshire bull, junior 2ml and 3rd Laycock and McDonald. Ayrshire bull, senior champion, 2 ycara or Laycock ami Mc- Donald, Ayrshire hull. Junior champion, tin- der 2 Laycock arid Mc-Don- alrl. Ayrshire bull, grand and 2ml Laycock and McDonaTd, Ayrshire 9 ycara or 2nd and 3rd Laycock and McDonald. AyreEiire heifer, 2 2nd and McDonald, Ayrshire heifer, son lor 1st and 2nd Laycock and McDonald, Ayrshire heifer, ]unl3r 1st and 2nd Laycock and McDonald, Ayrshire heifer, senior" Laycock and McDonald.', Ayrahlre -female, senior champion, 2years or Laycock and Mc- DonaTd. k Ayrshire female, Junior champion, under 2 and 2nd Laycock and McDonald. 'Ayrshire female, grand 1st Laycock -and McDonald. Ayrshire three, the gel of one hBll-- 1st Laycock and (wo, tho progeny of THURS. FRPAY SATU LADIES'HIGH TOP SHOES: Md, lirown and bUitk Regular 5900 16 512.00, for; MEN'S HIGH SHOES All leathers, lace, and .bullon. lo for WINDOW DISPLAYS W. J. NELSON CO. 'A: SHERLOCK BUILDING What is conceded the most beautiful car ever shown on the streets of Calgary arrived in Lethbri dg e this after-, noon. It will-be on exhi- bitiori 'here for two or three days. -Do not fail to.see it. ;