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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 9, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta WW- ' PRIZEllST CLASS xxxni. LADIRS WORK. At Wit- io�!k� or at'ockincs. E. Coe, Convent. , terncd sock� or stockings, Mrs. J. Slade. Damed, netting, Convent. Bc9t mitts, E. Coe, Mrs. A. Haley, Embroidery on linen. E. Coc. Crochet Work in Wool-Mrs. South nm. Convent. Crochet Woric in Cotton-Mrs. A. Sta-dc. Mrs. A. Haley. F^ncy Home Made Picture Framo-Mrs; Southard, Convent. Fancy Pin Cushion-Convent, K. Coe. Fancy Work Basket-Convent. I.�dies Wool Slippers-Mrs. D. .T. Whitney, Convxjnt. Boy's Suit-Conwnt. Sof* Cushion-Convent, Emil.v Johnston. Drawn Theoad Work on l,iiioti- Coe. Mrs. Southard. letting Collection-E. Coe. Point Lace-Mis.s Dunstan. Convent. Battenburg Work-Convent. Embroidery in Gold-E. Coe. Child's Dress-Mrs. Southard, Convent. INnner Mats-E. Coc, Convent. Faintins on Bolting Silk-Convent Crochet Work in Silk-Mrs. .J. Slade, Convent. Sideboard Scarf-Convent. Raff Rug-E. Coe, E. Coe. , Home Made QmH. Wool-Mrs. W. H. PftW�on. Homa Made Quilt, Cotton-Convent Tea Cloth-Mrs. Southard, Con - Vent. Artistic Bed Spi-eatl-Mrs. South -and. Fancy Apron-E. Coc, Mrs. .\. Haley. ! Wood Carvii^-Mrs. Southard. Painting on Satin or Velvoe-Convent, Mrs. McClennghan. Plain Sowii^c by Girl under 15.- Convent, Convent. Beat Dozen Button Holes- Mrs. Blade, Convent. Emibroldery-Convent, Mrs. South  rd. Special-Con vent. CLASS XXV. ROOTS, VEGETABLES, ETC. bushel Pink Potatoes- S. Forg. D. J. Whitney. Half bushel White Potatoes-D. J. Whitney. HialfBtuhel Potatoes, �nd variety -S. Fong. D. J. Whitney. 6 Sniede Turnips-S. H. Fairaeld, H. H. McClure. 6 Maitgel Wurtzcls-S. H. Fairneld, S. Jones. 6 Carrots, White-S. Jones. 6 Carrots, Yellow-S. Fong. 6 Sugar Beats-S. Jones. 6 Varieties-D. J. Whitney. CLASS XXVI. 6 lA>Og Carrots-S. Jones. 6 Intciinediaftc Carrots-S. Fong, Yuen Sing. 6 Short Coerots-S. Jones, Mrs. J. D. Whitney. la White Onions-S. Jones. la Oarlic-Yuen Sing. Gallon Pickling Onions-Convent, Yuen Sing. Six Turnip Beets-B. James, S. Fong. 6 Long Blood Beets-Mrs. J. D. Whitney, S. H. FairHeld. 6 Parsnips-Yuen Sing, Sam Sing. 6 White Turnips-S. H. FairiteW. 6 Yellow Turnips-H. H. McClurc, Wah Hop. 6,Ripe Tomatoes-Yuen Sing, Wah Hop. 2 CucumbetB-S. Fong, Wah Hop. 2 Citrons-W, H. Rpbson, Yuon Sing- IMiubarb-D. J. Whitney, H. �. McClure. 2 Vegotaible Marrow-Yuen Sing. 6 Heads Cel/er.v-S. Fong, Wah Hop. 2 Heads Conical Cabbage- Yuen Sing, S. Fong. 2 Hbajls Flet Cabbage-Yuen Sing, S. Fong. 2 Heads Red Cabbage-Yuen Sing. ,2 Head Snvo�y Cabbage- Wah Hop. 2 Heads Cauliflover-Yuen Sing, S. Fong. 3 Bunches Par.sloy-Sam .Tones, S. Fong. 6 Ears Com-Yuen Sing. 2 Quarts Peas in Pod-Yuen Sing, H. H. McClure. 2 Quarts String.Beans-D. J. Whitney, S. Fong. 2 Quorts Broad Beans-S. Jones, 3 Heads Cos Ijtrttuce- Wah Hop, Yuen Sing. 8 Haads Lettuce any other lointl- B. James, Sam Jones. Special-Water, Cress->yah Hop. CLASS xxxn. DOMESTIC PRODUCTS. Had Currant Jelly-Convent. Strawberry Preserves- .W. H. nofason. Convent. Cultivated Fruits-Special- W. H. .Botiaoa. . HoniK Made Breadi White-Mrs. W. F. Wilson, Convent, Mrs. B. James. Brown Bread-Mrs. A. Haley, Convent, E. Kimball. DeH.Braad Ellison Flour.- iBmily Johnston, Mrs. A. Haley., NATURAL HISTORY. In. tbls department there were two ; splendM coll^lons of insects and one largB.collection of noxious v-eeds SCHOOL WORK. 'li VIW'School EsbiMts as usual, wore very creditable, the essay-Wi-iiiMg by the senior pupils and the (Kindergarten and pressed. flower work by the juniors deserving very special mention. A drawing by Fred Johnston was much notjcd. Thu Convent pupils sweirt. ths )>oard In writing. STANDARD I. PART 1. KINDERGARTEN. 1st and 2nd, Central School. CLASS WORK. May Young, Kathleen Weatherby. PART II. CLASS WORK. Elvira Kunst, Stella Moore. COLLECTION OF PRESSED FLOWERS Madeline Chivers, Vivian TufT. STANDARD II. Writing. Mnry Cumrick, Martha Van Hicke. Class Work. .\nnic Pisco, May Cuniick. STANDARD III. Drawing. Eklwai'd Hagell, Annie Bako.s. ComposHion. Klla Pellctier, Annie Bakes. STANDARD i\ . Map Drawing. Xo award. Cnnipo.silion. MargJirct F. Smith. Clarence .Sherlock. I ST.ANDAIJD V. Drawing. Eva Wright, Dos.sie I'atteson. Uusiives.s Fornj. Eva Wrijjhl. Frank Kenny. STANDARD VI. Di-awing. Fr�I .lohnston, Ijaura Hoy. CoiujJosition. Frod .Johnston. STANDARD VII. Animal Life. Ohul.stone Virtue. Dora Nimmons Compcsition. Doru Nimnion.s, 2iid Minnie Mml-daugh. GRAIN Hard spring wheat, 1st. W. H. Pawson Soft spring wheat, 1st. Rasunson Winter wheat, 1st. J. B. Woolford, 2cd. A. E. Kefler. fl row barley, 1st. A. E. KeiTcr, 2nd. T. H. WooUcrd. 2 row barley, 1st. B. Jnmos. ^nd. R. Rasunson. Oats, milling, 1st. W. H. Pawson, 2nd. A. E. Keffer. Flax, 1st, D. J. Whitney. FL9WERS POULTRY Broiima cock, 1st. J. B. Bailey Brahma hen, 1st. J. B. Bailey, 3nd J. B. Bailey. Leghorn cock, 1st. Wm. Carter, 3nd J. S. Cook. Leghorn hen, 1st, S. Jones, Snd., Wm. Carter. , Leghorn cockerel, 1st. Wm. Carter, 2nd. S. Jones. Leghorn pullett, 1st. S. Jones. Snd Wm. Carter. PI>'mouth cock. 1st. T. Hamilton, 2nd. D. .1. Whitney. Plymouth hen, 1st. T. Hamilton, and. J. Cook. Plymouth bufl cock, 1st 3. S�mn> er. Plymouth buff hen, 1st E. J. Cook and E. J. Cook. White Rock cock, 1st S. J. Cook, 2nd Geo Moore. White Rock hen, 1st. E. J. Cook, 2nd Geo. Moore. White Rock cockerel, lat F. Senior 2nd. F. Senior. White Rock pullett, 1st. F. Senior 2nd. F. Senior. Minorca cock and hen, lit. S. Jones, 2nd. S. Jones. Minorca cockerel and pullett, Itt. S. Jones, 2nd. S. Jones. Wyandot cock, 1st. E. J.Cook, 2nd. E. J. Cook Wyandot hen 1st. E. J. Cook 2nd E. J. Cook. Wyandot cockerel, l;Bt. 8. J. Me-Dermid, 2nd Carter. Wyandot pullett, 1st. 8. J. Mc-Oermid, Wm. Carter Game cock aiid ben, 1st. 8. A. Jones, Game cockerel and pullett, 1st, J. Graham, 2nd. .7. Qraham. Buff Orp. cock and hen, 1st, V.. J. Cook, 2nd. E. J. Cook. BulT Orp, cockerel and pullett, lat. E. J. Cook, Turkey under 1 yeiw. 1st. T. B. Kane, 2nd. T. B. Kane. Ducks ever 1 year, 1st. D. J. Whitney. Ducks under 1 year, Ist. D. J. Whit ney. Best breeding pen spcl T. Hamilton Farmer's pen spcl, D. J. Wtaitaey. CAHLE Bull 3 years or over, 1st. 8. H. Fairneld, 2nd. W. D. Whitney, 9r4. J. B. Rirle. Bull 2 years or over 1st, W. O. Whitney's, 2nd. W. D. Whitney. Bull 1 year or over, 1st. W. O. Whitney, 2nd. J. B. Rirle. Cow calf at foot, 1st. .1. B. Rirle, 2nd. J. B. Ririe Heifer 2 years Ist. J. B. Ririe and. J. B. Ririe Heifer 1 year, 1st. J. B. Rlriel and. J. B. Ririo .Heifer calf,' Ist. J. B. Ririe, Sod. .1. B. Ririe. Sweepstakes, S. H. Fairfield. SHEEP iRam 1 year, Ist. J. B. Rirla Rani a years, 1st. J. B. Ririe. Ram lamb Ist. J. B. Rirla Pair ewes over a years, 1st. J. B Ririe. Pair ewes yearling 1st. J. B. Ririe. Pi^ir ewes any age. 1st J. B. Ririe. Sweepstakes, Passey. FRUITS Apples. 1st. J. B. Ririo White Currants, 1st. Mins Sherlock 2nd. R. Rasunson. Red Currants, 1st. R. HosuuoD, aad. Miss Sherlock. Black Currants. 1st. R. Rcl. T. H. Woolford. Orchard grass spcl. T. H. Woolford. Blue joint siiccial H. Smith. SWINE Boar over 1 year. 1st. T. B. Snell Boar under 1 year 1st. T. D. Snell. Sow over 1 jcar. l8t�.T. B. Snell. Spring pigs. T. B. Snell. FOR SALE. New six room house. Cheap. Close in. Very easy terms. Apply to GEO. PEACOCK. 61G Cutbill St.. 18-25-1-8. Lethbridge. After Lumber Combine. I'iirsi:anl to tlu- rtlinounconn'nt ninde soiik' linio nifo tliat the atlor- I n.'.\-yomTal of .\lbi inh> jllw alU^gV'd kitii'l^T e.imOiiiie in the 'four wvsK'i'u jiro* iiue.s of Manitoba. SaKkaLi'lv..'�an. .Mljerta and Ih-illsli (Vilmiiilila. villi II view ito taking MU'h action ilio liiinilier deal-I'v.s in .VlUjrla as wa.s \variwiiti>t in 'touch wit It iliu iiivo.s-t'igation hold at Ottawa in Maieh an pi-ii-.'.s eharnevl for lumber in the pro\ iiu-o of Jlani'toba Alberta and Su.sknlchewan. aiKl as yarly as possiblo nflLM- llw> enonrkous iiKtss of pvidoncj was takon in ilmt invcsligwlion,' my d.-partnicnt was put in possession of a copy of that ovldenoo nn-cl a copy of iIk tlrai't iv-porl of ilihi! su'n-cotiiiii'iLli'o, which ro-poit wa-s I'inall.v iulopU', tho goNornmiont have cnnchKled 'that the facts di.sclosed call for judicial in vpstigjition. It would be 'imi^roiKjr for (ne at tliis stagv to say what I think the result of tho laying of a chargv in connection �iiih the lum-f:er coni'bino should lie. That is for the court or jiiiy to decide liofore whom tiio innittor ultimately comes, but it cannot bo doubted lha't the tiuostion whother there is an illegal com'l.'ina'tiion b(.>tw('n the luinOKr dealers should be ninde the subjoot of judicial intiuiiry by tho laying of u ions of the coda in relation to conspiracies )Q restraint of trade in tl>p chargcof contravention ot 'tho seel -interests of Ihc general pulilic. 'l.'nfortiinatoly. it is prac-tically ini'possibk- for the govorninvitt ofthi-s' |iro\ ince noting alone, to iniliot the .VlU'rta Retail Linnber D-alors' .\s-socisition, as n bod.s . for ctmspiraiy wiilh tho Mountain I.unvU^r M-.inti -facturers' .\ssociatii.�n of Uril iskists lielve^'n 'th'.so two a.ssociivl -ii ns, is illegal and a omtravontion of 'the criiiiiniul C(.�le, would go to the root of this whole n'la't'tier. This �]iiost.'ion, however, will bo ieciit ion, which it is t'ho intention (rt the govorniiiont'to institute again.s't the oxocirtive olllcors of tho .Vllerla Luimlior Dealers' A.'Jsodotion " reason of t'he fact 'that all the oxhibits, inclmiing th;; list of the nitMikiicrs of the .Mberlu Lumiljer Dealers' Associa'tion, were humlcd bi^ck to the witnosfios by tho special coin-nti'tlet' of pnrliamont, and were not printed in the re|)ort of .fho evi'd�nce, thu governmont is not �t present in pos.sessioti of evidence as to what llrins this a.ssociation. "The object, however, of the prosecution, which lis I have nliwdy .stated, is to bring Ijofoiw tlio courts tho �question ot the logalit.v of this donbination if such e.xi.sts, will l)u for praotiicfll purf>! suflicicmtly decided the indictment the go\orn -ment propo.soti to lay against the executive oHiccrs of tlw nssooia'tion. "Tive naittor will betaken up immediately, and a charge laid as I have imlica'twl." THE WESTEltN CROP OUTLOOK. .Vlterta. according to the to.eita-'I ho bi'gyosl crop in his-lorj. One .wctiiHi will harvest 5,-OOO.OOO buslwMs of wheat, agiainst 1,O0O,0O() il)u.sliels harw.S'ted la�', .\ear. SaskMchowan- .Moiil thive-fourlhi an average crop. Mani'lolm-About one-half an average crop. MV-stern Cannda seein.�' tikolj' to have TO,ar of buni.ixjr cropis^_^^^^ Big Sporting Goods Sale! Rifles, Shotguns, Revolvers, Cances, Beats, Tents, Field Glasses, Hunting and Outing Suits Fiihing Tackle OflRce Desks Type-writen All at less than half pricer. Write for big lists, SPORTMEN'S EXCHANGE N.\rWtGEW,\CK. N. B, CANADA. At COLERIDGE, Alta The Town with the 650 Pound Pressure Natural Gas Well A lot in Coleridge will cost you only a few dollars today and is payable on very easy terms. You will gain aproflt when theprices rise which will be in the very near future Situated at the Junction of tlie Crow's Nest line & main line C.P.R. C.RR.are building large Roundhouse and Station - Natural gas sufftcient to supply power, light and heat to a million people. This coupled with the excellent shipping facilities ensures the interest of the manufacturer INFORMATION FREE Will be supplied anyone who is interested in the Business Openings at Coleridge or who desire to learn something of the excellent Investment represented in a Cole* ridge Town Lot Coleridge offers the investing public a safer and more highly remu-n e r a tive investment than any other town in Western Canada :: Get in on the ground floor Easy terms TRACKAGE is planned for 1000 Cars Simply write a postal card to the SECRETARY t Dept. 121 Coleridge, Alta. Coleridge is the railway gate to all Southern Alberta. All the freight for South, East and West will be transhipped in the Cole-ridg^e Railway Yards IIP:. _..... .......Wo,.. 52 19 ;