Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 9, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta
m #1' 15 mRIDGE HERALD mNTiNG CO.. LTD. 4 b. AUSTIN. E�tQr aadMauxer. W. JORDAN. SNpt of Joh Departmeot. S CJBSCRIPTION: In Advance - 1.50 a year Otberwlss - 2.00 a year ADVERTISING: Par IConth - !.00 Per Inch OUR POINT IF VIEW LethbrktiTe's graiiuaitcs should ndt neglect to enroll for the first con-vocAition of the University of Aljlwrta ; 'JPhe l�t��t publi.s'lwd list gives only three Lettibridgc names. Thoi* arc Or score more who ai-e entitled lo enroll and as the guidance at a P''o-v'incial university i.s u inatlor oi great import this district should ha\ie'i'ts'full influence. Will no't sonio graduate take the iiiatter in hand at once and see to it e were ten competitors, W. H. Harvey from a-cross the river winning first with Baron's Sorby, registei-ed 7612-12,-'47'1, a horse of rare quality and con formation, that later carried oil the sweepstakes competing against all breeds. He wns imported by ,lohn A. Tui-ner of Calgnry. 11�! is u five year old, the son of Baron's Pride, the famous Scottish Clydesdale, ^ind was brought to Canada by IJsunkI Sorby of Guelph, Out. An accident prevented Afr. Harvey'.s ,. mure, Hagg'ie Charming, from com-petiDg, but her fodl won fii;st an. AVwita'bn>d horses are a useful lot. Our local inen are to bo, coDgratu - lated on'^the excellence of their stulY. f- J: Hanson, Cardston, was first in three }'�ar-olds with a thick colt, . Sandy Boy, Imp, while his mares ; .Lttdy Birr" and Maggie McQuoan were / flrH and second as dry mares oml second aa. draft teami. W. Cleveland .of Cardaton,,imd n two year of ex-Vtra quality, ttiat will be hoard fron> , later and Haricer Magrath � growthy yearling. i; ' Percherons. HT; Bradshaw, Magrath, hns n �tring of Percherons, some of tiina prise winners; in France. Ho dit;W�ryHiing in mates and ' young as Veil as winning ' the .specials given by the Pcrci�oiarmid had the test develoiHHl young birds in the show. Thi'y, were Wyondottes. GRAINS AND GRASSES. "Magnificent," "wonderful," "home grown" are some of the exclaimutions made by wcstei-n visitors as they JcPok at the exhibit of grains and grassios. T. Woolfoi-d was first here winter wheat as he wos at Winnipeg. In grain in shoaf, competition was close in all varieties. The samples showing the clean still straw, the long heads, and plump grains that make pu.siiiole the Ing yields that Southern Allicrta fanners look for. .Pawson s Spring Wheat and Jomcs' oats, superb ,h they are, are pressed close by worthy competitors. In gi-nsses oven Cardston has to take .second place in Timothy, Alfalfa^ Rod Clover and Western Rye. Ail these shoveiis n Class XX.XIII., Ladies Work, impress one os an ad-vn,nfc since lost year. Among those exhibits challenging the admiration, might l)e nuentioned some particularly- fine work in toittinig, crochet.point lai-m and eyi.et ejnbroidery. It is hojiKcl that a stilL larger exhiMt will lie iiiunifested in next j'ear's exhibit. Class XXXIV. Pine Arts shows a decideure favorably with those grown in localities where fruit growing has received greater con-s dorotion, while a few green apples wore (o tempt tite snmll hoy. The display of ^hon)e-ninossH>le by the supply of water, have shown what can be done; and those flowers exhibited demonstrate that Sunny .VHiertn. can produce the very Iwst of those varieties tested. The Pritt List. CLTOESD.VLES. Stallion 4 jTors old and over, 1st Harvey, 2nd Hcn.tivwn lV;�vcr iDam Ijad ai�d Anita, the former win-iiving by s. jthe crookothiess of the rider.si ami 0. Evans, 2nd. S. J. Johnston, ard. Uarker. Stallion. 3 .vears or over 1st. Brad Shaw, 3m1 Bradshaw. Stallion 2 years old or over, Isl. Bradshaw, 2nd Brndshaw. Dr>' Mares Ist and 2ikI Brndshaw. Filly 2 .vears old 1st Hi-aot, F-.r. Gelding or filly, 2 yrs. ist, Iio*-man. 2nd Bowman. aOADS TER Stallion, 4 yrs. or �iv'jr, 1st Fry, 9nd Jaa. Smith. Brood mare with fuiil nt (.lot, 1st Savory. Foal. 1st Savory. Gelding or flily. 2 yrf. 1st Blu secoml and ! Smith's hor.9e third i The liaif-niiilo da>*h fur AllxCrta br.\l ; 2 .\'ur oMs was a goinl rare and was I W(m b\- Genge's Queenie. 1 TlK- piennier running rvenl, the laMlibriil'ge IX'rby wlucation of Girls." The ideas the young gentleman advanced in this apparently (to him) important matter were %ery interesting although not very clearly >dcfincd Tltc judges apparently thought that the prize-winner, a girl of course, knew mors of the subject than did this future I'Mwanl Bok or .1. .1. Hare. The wlucation of girls is not a thing for boys to thcori/e on. Tlx; failure of High River Incrossj tcom to show up' on Wednesday was a great disappo ntmcnt to the local club and to the public a-lio had ex-Ijoct*^ to SCO a good game. Higii River did not send woixl until it was too late to secure antother teauk which WaS the least they could bavo doiKJ. 'The best thing to have dona was to have conkf with Ithat men they hud, and give the (leople an exhibition gmnu; filling their team vith outside pln.'s-ers. LietM>ridgc always thought l)elter of High River than to ex|Jcct such a turn-down as last W�.-dne.sit that always had nlarga number of peo.olc around it. The evidtwt purity of the sugar was commented upon. The milling Co.'s variety of products from whole wheat to the finest flour gave the s|>ecta-tors some i�lea of the range of the compnn.v's manufacturing. Employ a Trust Company Death or other ctiuses uiiiy remove nn indivkTiial execiitor, Mnke your will, appointing this Ccnipuny as your Executor and you will have an ever-ieatly nud efficient executor whose life is perp�.'tunl. THE TRUSTS AND GUARANTEE COMPANY, LTD. (Head Office, Toronto) Capital and Reserve. - $2.200,0(X). Public Adminiatrator for Lethbridge Judicial District. Advisory Board for Alberta : D. W. Marsh, Esq, P. Turner Bone, Esq., William Pearce, Esq, 711 First Street West (Alexander Corner) Ca'gary. A. G. ROSS, ManaRer. lii^liiliiiiiii iiiiliiiiiilliiliiiiiil iiiiiiiaMiii KRCHCRON jOCIEH FRIZES Special prizes given by tha Perch-cron Society of America-Best American Brad Stallion: 1st prize, gold medal, Levi Marker. 2nd prize, ribbon, Jensan, Rest iVmerican Bred Mure: 1st, prize, gold medal, R, W. Brndshaw. 2nd pri7�, ribbon, R, W. Bradshaw. Champion Stallion, Open CI�im: 1st prize, gold modal, Vlradn4 diploma, R. W. Bradakaw. THE RACES. First Day. The only races pulled off successfully were the Cowboy relay and the Indian relay races and ventloman'S road race. Auiftin in the former boat Lallherty in 4.20, Whitney's 'horses being scratched. Powell entered and rode affainst Austin's tlm.'; but tell short. IMie oM reliable Indian Calf Shirt took the ftrst heat of his race. The boy's pony race was spoiled owing to the bolting of the horses. Tbo gmtlcntah's road race was won by A. E. Humphrios in 1.40 lor the half tail*. A, L. Kcyaa w�a second. 2 YEAR OLD TRO'.. OR PACi: Prince I 1 Trouble 2 2 X. Y. 3 3 Time 1.30, 1.26J. 2 year eld dash Alberta Bred: 1 Queen'e, 2, Lady Clark, 3 Canadian Chief. Time ..M. LKTHBRIDGE DERBY 1, Wallcress, 2 Carbine, time 2.22J liNDIAN RKLAY RACE, FIN.\L HEAT 1 Calf Shirt, 2 Chna. Wolfram, 3 Black White Man. 'IJime. 4.13, 4.28, 5.22. RESULT FOR THREE PAYS' 1 Calf Shirt, 2 Chaa. Wolfram, 3 Black White Man. Time 12.46, 13.05, 14.14. The Indians time beat the cowboys by 5 seconds. COWBOY RELAY RACE FINAL HEAT 1, Austin, 2 Laliberty, 3 Powell. Time, 4.10. This is the best time for any single heat in either relay race. HESUL r FOR THREE DAYS RACE 1 Austin, 2 Powell, 3 Laliberty. Time 12.51, 13.09, 13.17i. PONY RACB Fifi Alice Dolly Time r.lj, 54J, : MILE DASH. 1 Cyclone, 3 Actress, Time 35.}. NAMED RACgg Boundary lV>y Suburba Ethel Kirk Time 2,25J, 2.30. 2.80, SQUAW RACE 1 Mrs. Bob Riding Blackhcrse, 2, Mrs. War Dance, 8 Mra, Pete, 4 Mra, Meat House, s Mrs. Riding BlBe*.^* horse. Time .55. ' Fair NoUt. Many an exciting race took place among the Indian drivora going to and from tlie grounds. They have good ponies, of considorahle speed, great strength, and wonderful endurance, and they know It. Asi long ,Bs the Indians provide such rapid transit the strei't-car problem will be shelved. People as a rule are slow, to loo,m the "Eyes on; Hands OR" nuHto. Dirty, grimy fingnrs were often fondly holding within their grasp the delicate faiui.v work displayed by the ladies. In exhibition halls there sHiould bo floor-wnlkurs to inaist that the spectators obey the ^BOtioe to k�op their hands oK. Works of art 1 1 2 2 a 3 3 Jan* K. 1 1 2 a 3 S The lethbridgo Sadnod a .slni-e In the Vollow-hcad Pai^s for which purpose they left Edmonton on May isl. They ronchod Tvte .Inline ChiIk! on .Juiii! S>, and the sitore wns ojKMied lor bu.sine.ss on .June '2'>\h. 11 i.s wlnlied of a wi>ll-kno�n .\| -hertnn that when he was In Rome not. long ago he paid S'20 fyr a Rvn-uine "lock of Nero's hiiir." t)n coming home he looked up the Encyclopedia Ainericnna. another purchase of recent dale, and iliseovei'ed that N'ero was lialMI-EdiiionUin Halurilay News. HODSDN's m mm\ Spedal Bargains During Exhibition Weelc A list of high grad* merchandise at little prices. Prices that are within easy raaoh of all. You will save dollars by doing your ehopping at the Quality StoM during the Fair. Men's Felt Hats, $1.95 The balance of our stock of this season's soft Felt Hats, Fedoras, Crssh, et�,, in greys, fawBS and browns, Regular*2.50 and 2.75 tiuality, 8i>ecial l,*.<5 Twilled Sheeting, 30c. yard Two yarda wide, fine and evenly woven, soft finish, free from dressing, regular 40c value................................................Special 30c Fine Lawn goods, made in this season's styles, neatly trimmed with lace oking, worth up to 1.50..........................Special 95c Lawn Blouses, 95c. [oodi insertion and tucking, wortb up Scotch Ginghams, 12 l-2c. Fine quality, washable colors, in light and dark plaids and stripes, regular 20c. value, Special...................................................12Jjc. Flannelette Sheets, $1.20 pair S|4en(lid flannelette sheets, full three-tfuarter size, good weight, in white and grey; regular $1.20 value. Special................................$1.20 English Prints, 12 l-2c,^ 6n0 yards best quality Cruni's prints, fine even finish, guaranteed fast colors and will wear. 30in. wide, soltl everywhere at 15c. yd. Special........ Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns Hudson's Boy Co ......iil^ii.'