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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 9, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRID6E HERALD PRINTING CO., LTD. & d. AUSTIN, Editor and Manager. W. JORDAN, Snpt. ol Job Department. SUBSCRIPTION: Tn Advanoe - 91.50 a year Otherwise  *2.00 a year ADVERTISING; Per Month . tl.00 Per Inch OUR POINT IF VIEW s|>Cfinla given by the lVrcheroh Society. KiUlor, n massive black was first In three year olds, while Malice rt itontitiful two }K>nf old, with nice lint lione, good Iwk and kidney was first In his class ntnl n rival of llar-on's Sorby In the Sweepstakes. Pink It. n four months foul, weighing TOO pounds. was much ndtnitvd. Ilrad-shnw's French coach, Ataman, shows good breeding nnd action. He was first nt the Illinois State Pair as yearling. In the aged StnllionsEvans of Catgnry was first with a stylish moving hoi's*'. .Inhnston lta.vmond got erta The latest publlatted list gives only three Lethbrldge names. There are a score more who are entitUtl to | enroll and ns the guidance of n pro vincial university is a matter of j great import this district stiould have Ms'full Influence Will not some j graduate tuk� the matter in hand at Light Horses. There was a Wg class of drivers \dams getting first for team with his. natty blacks, while Naistuith w0s sei'oml with n tennis of t' t,\pe In singles, Humphries was first viihl Hosei-s second, Waller's bay being dangerously iwar the money. Eight saddlers fmvd the judge, C'luiir ining of Mnclcod getting first with a tine little bay, Mcl'aughorty second with a rangy brown. IV A. Pry, W over, 1st 1st Mc- CLVDESDALES. Stallion i yvurs old nml Harvey, 2ml llenshnw **t�lllon 4 year old or over, 11. Smith, 2nd. .1. Iltinwn. ltroori Mare with foal, 1st Cnughcrty, 2nd McCaugherty. 3 year old filly, 1st McCiingherty, 2nd. Itussell. Yearling colt, 1st. liarker. SII1I1KS Stallion, -I years or over, .1, Itlrle. pi-:iu'iir.itoNs. Stallion -I ywir or over, 1st S. Esans, 2nd. S ,1 Johnston, liarker. Stallion. !t years or over 1st llrutl SEl'OWl) DAY. In the thiw minute trot or pace, 10thoi Kirk took first place, with Gay Girl second. Tho It.ilfl trot or pace brought out some fast racing, lloundury Boy taking the 'big money. The Judges or -dered a new driver for lien (! who wvis held Iwick. In the last heat he got away to a t>nid start but did, under Win. Tut lie's driving, tho Inst half mile in 1.12. Clearwater was second, Hen V third. Tho Cowboy Itelay Hnce heat was won by Powell In 4.13, beating Austin by four seconds and LaMberty. who ran a ugamo race by five. The half-mile Hunning Hace was taken by Print' Charm, after the first heat hail Ixvn declared o(T because ho was hold in Wallvress was second Time 31)1. are uol math) to he clawed over especially by unapproclativo fingers. The Indian city presented n wtrlk -ing view to those driving to the grounds. To see more than one hundred teepees many of them decorated and with flags flying above Is something not often seen nod was of considerable interest to Americans and Eastern Canadians. The Indians were here /asrtalnly in full force and added not a little to the success of the fair, Among the essays presented by Standard V lit. was one written by a hoy on "Tho Education of Girls.'* Tho ideas the young gentleman advanced in this apparently (to him) Important matter were very interesting although not very clearly gleaned lloynl George t|v favorite, bolted !Tho J,H,*M �PI�wntl.v thought that II t: Hrd. tluj prize-winner, a girl of course, knew more of tho subject than did this future Edward link or ,1. .1. Hare. The education of girls is not a thing for boys to theorize on. in the tlmv-ad oi�d Anita the former winning by u length in 1.20. Theiv was trouble over the ruck's. __ 1 hw ,m 0,1 Wwlne.sdey was ion was expressed i,,.t things Wvrr Olsapp.. ntineni to the local titled so that Thu.-*I1.>'m sporl was !L|U" "� lh" �"">,ic who hfl'' "* once ami see to It that al,l graduates t ,, ,. . ' . ., , ' 2nd Hrnd llradshuw. I Pillv 2 years old 1st llmdsh.iw. es Southern Alberta, the yield of last year would lie far exceeded. In some parts of Manitoba and 9asktitchoivan however, owing to drought the yield Is light. Tin? HeinWI is in reoei|�t i.f Hi,. Manitoba AgricuVtuml Coll>-g\. Cat -andar, �which Is �, very attractive liooklet filled with such information as prospective stink-nts n�isl. We look forward with hope to the tiiik-wIh-ii the "Alberta Agriculture College, hitherto, Alberta. Calendar'' v ill !� published. Hirr.Ki' 'llie puiv bi-ud shiN'p industry is only in its infnney, Itirie. Magrath, luiviiig a nice lot of Itamlioilillets, j 2nd Uradshuw. I IV'Igian horse iwonnih'tHUil S. (1. j Kvnns. HEAVY 1)11 APT GHADES. |. llrood more with foal, 1st, J. Mu-Cunn, 2nd. A. I) Cofiland, .Vd. Mr-ICann. Poal 1st. A. D. Cortland. 2nd .1 jllcCann, ,'lrd .1. McCann. | Filly or gelding 1 year old, 1st. J while l'ass.'\ showed a smoothbiinch U. Kimball, 2nd T. McCnvighortjr. ..i shrops. ; Killy 2 years old 1st. A. I). Cofl- layid. Team to wagon, 1st. T. McCaugh- erty, 2nd .1. Hanson I bis IWkshlres might have grater | awEK|,STAKKS H,,AVV pu u,r I length hut a,v smooth and lew . lh- . showiil n Duroc Jersey sow nml lit- ,, . Stallion, any ago or breed, ltit �er as well. ' ,swixir .1. II. Siiell was the only exhibitor, very satisfactory. T1I1HD DAY. Tiiiirsday's fanes alVo^lee:ir old Trot or Pace was won in stdtifdil heats by Austin's Prince, Turner's Trouble si-eoml and Smith's horse third The halt-mile davh for AIM*rta, br.vl 2.\��ar olds was || good race and was Moll b\ tieilge's Queenie, TIk' piemier running venrl, the l>'tbliridge Derby wms taken by Wall-crass, with Carbine. 1 loyal Gi-oi-ge the favorite bolted and threw his rider. Tlw Pnv-for-AII a us a I'n'lty mil' and was fought out all the way, Pnl-inyra Hoy got hurt and did not fulfill eX|k'Cttitions. Ilerlie K. Ill l.ndv S. 2 2 2 pt)i:ivrnv. Frk-nd Currie, now euI  Brandon Daily Times, is turning out j try nt the UOibridge Pair. Tho new a first-class papier. .lust now he is j Poultry building is splendidly adupt-mixlng it up with the Exhibition |,�| to its purpose, ami the many manager for refusing to make the , visitors who dropped in to see tho fair statistics public. lie will flu I | "chickens'' were dellghtwl w th lioth that publicity in connection with it he sliow ami the house. Hnmtl public bodies a goixl stand to take. rocks were not as numerous us usual. - | but they were good, this breed carry - ma oil Ih.iIi prig's for brveens llryon E. Walker told Hritish Col- umbia that all that was noeiiod was in rom|H-t it ion with nil initers liar- cheap labor 'in onlor that they might jirosper to the full. Now tliey are kicking because lhoy are getting it. 1.200 .laps at a shipload. Canada is a land of grand otd men, l�rd Strathcona on Tuesday rele lirated his eighty-seventh h rthday ami is still hale, hearty and otw of old and Tom Hamilton were first with brettling pen, while 1). .1. Whlt-ne> was fust in Farmers' Class. E. .1. Cok had .some nice Hull and and While Hocks, the the young lurds licing veil forward. W. Carter ami Sum Jones were the |Karren. . prim ipal exhibitors in Ijeghorns ami Palmyra Hoy II H !' Harvey. 2nd Hanson (roservu). Time 2.22J, 2.201,2.211. Brood maro with foal, any uge or j'he most exciting ol nil was the breeil. 1st McOnugherly, Jml Hrad- thixv eigirths dash in which Cyclone haw (reserve). ilent Actress in , very close race, in llest yearlings, any breed, Hurler. y;> seconds Heat foal, any breed. 1st Harvey, ! The half mile pony race went to Sad McCaughorty, 3rd UcCaughcrly I'i Pi (Uuhaiiv) who just bent out. Recommended for prize for Perck*; Alice (dimming) Dolly Douglas was ,on cxhlb tion samples of their own IwcfVI to see a good game. High Hivei ilid not send word until it was too late to secure nmother team which wns the least they could have done. The liewt thing to have donj was to have conk.' with llhat men they had, and give the |icoplc an exhibition game filling their team vith outside players. lx centre of �the building. The Ellison Milling Co. and the Knight Sugar Paetory law I a com -IiIiksI exhibit that always had a large nuiitlK'r of |wo;>le nrouml it. The evident purity of the sugar was commented upon. The milling Co.'s variety of products from whole whvat to the finest flour gave the .s|*>ctit-tors some iT nl,nlH'- Filly or gelding 2 year oil. Ibt. T,w Imllans in xMr |,oln'V raivbeat llradshnw ,ho cowboy's time by five seconds Team 1st. McCaugherty, 2nd. F. W "ml K"*0 lho ,H,8t ni�� o( e the exhibit of grains and (Trasses ') Woolfoiil was first here j winter wheat as he wns at Winnipeg. In grain in sheaf, competition Was 1 eleise in all varieties. The sumplcs shoulng the clean stilt straw, tho 1 long heiids, ami plump grains that iimke posViule the big yields that Southern Allvrtn fnrmers look for. I'nwsoii s Spring Wheat nml dames' oats, siipi-fb us they are, arc pressed close by worthy competitors. In grasses even Cardslon has to take second place in Timothy, Alfalfa* ltml Clover anil Western Rye. All these shoved the fine long leavy stems that make certain the profit of hay growing in this district. Huts oil to tin- iu.-n thul grow HUch products, lle'ir success is the U'St sliiiiulatH to our ritj's growth. \ i: yrs. horse ar pony, D. .1. Whitney, Jr. Best lady rider, 1st Miss Clara Per ry, 2nd Miss Patterson. iiHinufui tare that caused riders and harnessmen to stop and look. A saddle worth $100 drew much at ten- Capt. and Mrs. lolmstono and Lieut.M.Wright, of the Salvation Army Mr. Wallace I'ineii.d a store in the Yellowest oi�der. A set of doulde harness head I'ass for which purpose the\ made for A. Welsh. Elinor, was an- left lNliimi.tuii mi May 1st. The>-other feature of the exhibit. The ex- reaelvd Tete .laune Cn-h.' mi .luu. "lock of Xero's h.iir" tin coming home be looked up the Encyclo-fxwiia \ 111.'liraim. uiiolher purchase of reix'lil date, and discovered that Xeru was but I' - I'IiikuiIoii Sat unlay \'e\\ s. KRCHERON SOCIEH PRIZES peting, but her foal won first sweepstakes. lfau-vey Smith Ko. . third with stallion, while Jlinslium miKni ,K! nwntionotl some particular-of Higli River got'second with a big >U |1,1U work 1,1 tal,tln�' crodiet.poim well-muscled horse with gowl f.i.t "ml "vl''1 embroidery. It is T. McCaughorty another loml nun., i'"'1""1 l,mt 11 HtlU **rB�r exhHrtt will ! be inuiiifoMled in next year's exhibit. had a good exhibit, winning rust mid second and sweepstakes with his ('inns XXXIV. Pino Arts shows pure bred mures. These in harness |,i,',i,1"y 5 seconds. COWBOY RELAY RACE FIN'AL HEAT 1, Austin, 2 Laliberty, a Powell. Time, 4.10. This is the best time for any single heat in either relay race. RESULT FOR THREE HAYS RACE t Austin. 2 Powell, '.1 Luliborty. Time 12.51, 111.09, la.lTJ. PONY RACM Fill Alice Dolly j Time 51 {. 54$. I � MILE DASn. 1 I Cyclone, 2 Actress, 1 Time 85}. NAMED RAOB I llmindniy Hoy I 1 1 I Suburba 2 2 2 Elhol Kirk � ft a ' Time 2.25}, 2.30, 2.30. SQUAW RACE 1 Mrs. Hob Riding Blnckhcrse, 2, Mrs. War Dunce, B Mrs. Pete, 4 Mrs, Meat House, ft Mrs. Biding BlacU| horse. Time .55. 1 1 a 2 a a 3 Jane K. HODSIHI'5 BUY Special Bargains During Exhibition Week A list of high grad* merchandise nt little prices. Prices thut tire within 11. You will save dollars by doing your shopping tit the (Junlity easy reach of a! Store during the Fair. Fair Notaa. Many an exciting race took place among tho Indian drivers going to and from tho grounds. Thoy haw good ponies, of considerable speed, great sttwnnth, and wonderful endurance, and they know it. As- long as the Indians provide such rapid Iran-sit the street-cur problem will lie shelved. People as � rulo uro slow to leo.ro' the "Eyes on; Hands Ofl" motto. Dirty, grimy fingnrs were often fondly holding within their grasp tho delicate, fancy work displayed by the ladies. In exhibition halls there should l>e floor-wnlkecfj to insist that the s|k ;iikI 2.1") quality, speeiul l.Ub Twilled Sheeting, 30c. yard Two yards wide, lino and evenly woven, soft finish, free from dressing, regular 40c value................................................Special liOc Lawn Blouses, 95c. Fine Lawn goods, made in this season's styles, neatly trimmed with luce insertion and tucking, worth up to 1.50..........................Special Hfic Scotch Ginghams, 12 l-2c. Fine quality, washable colors, in light ;md durk plaids ami stripes, regular 20c value, Special...................................................I*2|c. Flannelette Sheets, $1.20 pair Splendid flanuelette sheets, full threet|uarler size, good weight, in while and grey, regular 11.20 value. Special................................$1.20 English Prints, 12 l-2c. 600 yards best quality Crum's prints, fiuu even finish, guaranteed fast colors and will wear. HOin. wide, sold everywhere at 15c. yd. Special.......... Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns Hudson's Bay Co. 2974 ;