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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBR1DGE HERALD HUNTING EJitor Aid SUBSCRIPTION In Advance a year Otherwise a year ADVERTISING Per Inch OlR POINT VIEW Letnbridges graduates should ndt neglect to enroll for the first con vocation of the University of The latest publislxd list gives Lethbridge There J a score more who are entitled to enrolTand as the guidance of ft pro vincuil university is a matter a great import this district should Lave its full Will not sow graduate take the matter in hand at once and see to it that all graduates are enrolled1 The convocation will be held very The bulls on the Chicago wheat exchange nte announcing that the Canadian west will yield only fifty million bushels this If the crops all over the West were on a par as to yield and acreage with Southern the yield of last year would be far In sonia parts of ilamtofoa and Saskatchewan owing to drought the yield is The Herald is in receipt of the Agricultural College Cal is very attractive booklet filled wkh such infornuftion sis prospective students look forward with hope t6 the timo when the Alborta Agriculture Calendar viH pedals given by tho iVrciierbii la a massive black was rst in three year while Malice beautiful two year with nice at good lnuk and kidney was first in his class and a rival of Bar ons Sorby in the rink a four months weighing 700 was Brad ihaws French shows jjocd breeding and He wus irst at the Illinois State Fair as In Ihe aged StallionsEvans of Calgary was first with a stylish noving Johnston Raymond got second with a horse a bit rough in the while bicker was third with a good horse not ciuite in show fix that some judges would have placed Light There was a big class of drivers Adams getting first for tam will wlrik Naisinith wa second with n teams of bays of th lii Humphries was fits aiKl Rogers Wallers bay be ing dangerously the money Eight saddlers faccd the Cum ming of Macleod getting first with lino little McCaugherty secou rangy sotneuhut hitHignj by ritics of the more fuvunxl Kast or oitil wheivi horticulture has receiv d tin most careful attention for the ast half but tliose wholiave their alien lion to or the few short thai this as Uvn matte possible by tlje sup ly of have shown what can x done and those flowers exhibited jiivonstrate that Sumiy Alberts can roduce the very of those var oties Tfce Priu Stallion 1 years old and 1st 2ml Stallion 1 year old or 1st Inthe thixv minutotrot 01 pace 12thcl Kirk took first place with Gay Girl trot or brought out some fast Doundury Boy tak ing i he big The judges or dcifd a new driver for lien C who as Ivclil in the last hoat he got uwiiy to a bajd start but un Tut ties the last halt mile in dealwater was lien C Tiw llelay Hace hoat was won by Towell in Aus tin by four seconds und who ixin a agunui race by The halfmile Hunning llace takcn by Jriur after the fiist hetvt IKK Ixva bclarwl off because ho aru not Uiado tU Ui over es pecially by unupprcciative ItKlian city presented a strik view to those driving to the ing Brood Mure wkh 1st 2nd j was held Mc Time was second 3 year old 1st Vearling 1 or 3i U Royal George tho bolted in the i hivequarter mile It was neck and neck between Heaver iDarn Lnd aivd Anita the former wm i ning length in j Theivj was trouble over the j the crookedness of and and the all af To soe more thau one hun drrxl teepees many of them decorated aud with iligs Hying above is some thing not often sivn was of con Inteivst to Americans and Eastern The Indians were here oertaiuly in full force and adJcd not a Httle to the success of Uiir Among essays presetvted by Standard was one written by a boy on The Education of The tlw young gentleman ad vanced in apparently to him important matter were very ing although not very clearly The judges appiirently tJiought that the a girl of knew more of the subject than did this future ixiward ilok or The CKlucation of girls is not a lhing for boys to theoriTo and Savory gatliered up a lot of for brcwling stock in Stnllion 1 year or 1st Considerable ssatisfuct jon was expressed but things were sotikd so aim t Thursdays wns 11 years or Brad very 2ix Friend now editor of thu Brandon Daily is turning out firstclass Just notv he is mixing it up with tlie Exhibition manager for refusing to make th fair statistics He will find that in connection with public bodies good stand to Bryon told British Col that all that was needed cheap labor in order that they might prosper to Ww Now they are kicking because they are getting it Japs at Canada is a land01 grand okl men Lord on Tuesday cele brated his eightyseventh b and is still hearty and one o Canadas leading doldwii Smith is another octogenerian yeL wielding a great Tupper is strong and energetic as Sir Sandford Fleming is an other whose advancing years are be ing spent in Scott is old in but young in life and All are honored by fellow A light nothing but short ors being these vere only Falrfield hav ig the The bred industry i55 nly In its nice Jot of Stallion old or over ihe and roadster class 2nd i i t lsL pitly yoars ist fhul JWginn horse roconnvuMHled HEAVY DRAFl1 Tliursdays races afforded lent sport ami tJw previous heats by Austins jpriluv Turners Trouble ami Smiths horse iliird Tho halfmfile ilash for AlbCiia bivl Brood mare with Me oyoaiolds was tl gocxt mn and was A Mei piLnvicr running Tlio failure ofHigh River lacrosse to show on Wednesday Was 11 disappo ntinent to the local to the public who had ex jttctpd see a good Higii River did not send word until it was too late to secuivi amother team which wyS tlie least they could hove doiii men au exhibition garue filling thcir team vith outside LetWmdge al ways thought letter of High River than to such a turndown as last Employ a Trust Company Death or other causes uiiiy remove an individual Make will appointing his Company us your Executor and you will have an nud efliuieut executor whose life is THE TRUSTS AND GUARANTEE Head Toronto Cap tal and Public Administrator for Lethbridge Judicial Advisory Board for Alberta William 711 First Street West Alexander Corner The best thing to have was to have with Rhat 2 year old Trot or IMce was ahey aml give lhc th chile Passey f smooth I uneh Foal 2nd wxis tuktn by 3rd Filly or gelding 1 year T j Hoyul and threw his rut 2nd Fillv years old Coff Sncll was the only lis Eerkshires might have griiiter citgth but aie smooth uul He ho wed a UuroC Jersey sow and lii er as Team to McCaugh 2nd Hanson HEAVY ilVjrtie id FreeforAll n rsue and was fought out alltlK lsnl myra Hoy got hurt ami did not ful fill Hick and Wnkely dis play stovvs and Jit tho centre build Lethbridge and District Exhibition THE The horse show is the feature of the A quarter of mile of pure bred aggregating in vnJue groncl stnd yesterday An inspir ing prophesy of the of horse raising in UKJ greatest horse country in the were splendid In tw aged class there were ten Harvey from cross the river winning first with Barons registered a horse of rare quality ami con that latr carried off the sweepstakes competing against nil Ifo was imported by John Turner of IK is five Visitors always gooil poul try the Ltthb ridge 1tw new Loultry building is splendidly adapt ed to its and the many visitors who dropped in to see the chickens were delighted w th both the show and the Barred rocks were not as numerous sis usual bu t they were this breed carry ing 0T both for breeding pens in competition with nil liar old and T6m Hamilton were first with breeding Whit ney first in Farmers Cook had some nice ButT anl ami White the the young birds being veil Carter ami Jones were the principal exhiWtors in Leghorns and McDiarmid had the Lest developed birds in the were CHAINS AND home grown wre some of the exclamations mode by western visitors as they look at the of grains and Wool ford was first here winter wheat as was In groin in competition was closr in all The sanvplcs showing the clean stiff the long and plump grains that miike possible thn big yields that Southern Alberta farmers look Pawsonrs Spring Wheat ami James superb as they arc press ud by worthy In grasses own has to take PURE any age or 2nd Hanson Brood mare with aay age or 1st 2nd Briul shaw Lady 2 Palmyra Boy The most of all was Tlve Ellison Milling and the Tvnight Sugar had n coiii J 1 1 that always had a large numlxr of around The evidijnt purity oi the sugar was com mented The milling var the ihrce eighths in which Cyclone 1 eat Actress in u very close in Best any J3 Best any 1st 3rd Recommended for prize for 1ertfc eron Brood mare 2nd 1st 2nd Mc Filly or gelding 1 year 2nd Filly or gelding 2 year Uradshaw Team W The half mile pony race went to who just Alice Dolly was The Cowlvoyrace was an exciting winning iill hesi al though Luliberty would have won today but for Powell blocking in his winners on time of three heats were Powel Lali Uerty in order The Imlians in their relay the cowboys time by five seconds and the lxst race of the iety of from whole wheat to the finest flour gave the tors sonic idea of the range of the companys The Lethbrtdge Saddlery had n exhib tion samples of their own THOROUGHBRED I 4 years 1st j 3 1st 2 1st Brood foal at Gelding or i LOA 2nd ROADSTER 4 or 1st 2nd Brood mare with fual at 1st second place in Hod Clover and All son of Barons the famous Scottish and was brought to Oanntki ly OswnUI of An prevcntcI afaggio from com hut her foal won first and Harvey Smith go third with while Hinslmm of High Rivftr got second with a big wellmuscled horse wilh good McCaugherty another had a good xvinning first niii secotxl and sweepstakes his pure bred These in harness first AS heavy draH His bred horses are a useful Our localmen arc to congratu lated excellence of their was first in yewolds with a thick white his marcs Birr and Maggie were first and second as dry mares ami second as draft teaniv Cleveland c two year of ex Ira that will be heard from later and growthy has n fine string of some of prize winners in He vROt eXerythirig in mares those shoved the fine long loavy sterns that make certain the profit of htiy growing in this Hots off to tin that grow such pro their success is the stimulnrt to our rkys Cirinaiwn had a pretty good corner on tho vegetable exhilwt aixl deservel it as never has there a finer display of ganlcn truck than seen at tho fair this Fre quent remarks by visitors weMward that they did not think such cauli cabbage and roots could be grown in this FCTV exhibits anywhere coukl heat those in pmlity and 1st Gelding or 2 1st w Single driver in 1st Hum 2nd Driving team to Ixt Adams 2nd CARRIAGE 4 or 2 or Brood mare with 1st 2nd SADDLE Saddle horse over 1st 2nd Best boy riJer under lf horse ar Best lady 1st Miss Clara Per 2nd Miss The n Class impress one as an ad vance since last Among those exhibits challenging the might lie mentioned somo particuljxr tmc work in point v nnd evict is a stUl larger cxhHnt will manifeslod in iext jenrs exhibit Class XXXI Fine Arts shows n decided improvement in every respect evoti though some sections were not Some of ttie work evin Cos artistic ability of a very high Tho Natural careful as young as vrinning the of inwcts in Class XXXV give evidence of were The showing of inirt shonUl en courage Southern in its pn red nnd white compare favorably those grown in localities where fruit growing hns rocoivnl greater con s while a few green tipples were small The display of homemrHle bread revcals the fact that that goodbrcav mnkers a re not Possibly the flower display would ratCNEMN WCIEH PHIZES Special prizes given by Uw Perch oron Society of Best American Stallion 1st gold Levj 2nd liost American Ilrel Mare gold ISrnd 2nd Champion Open Olms 1st gold melalr Best n Mares of Open Clasv 1st gold Best Stud Stallion and Foni Mores Opfjfi Class 1st value rnA dip THE First The only races pulled off success fully were the Cowboy relay the Indian relay races ami gcntkitwns road Austin inthe former beat in Whitneys being Powell en tered and rode agninst Austins tinw hut fell The oM reliahle Indian Calf Shirt took the first of his The boys pony race was spoiled owirvg to tho bolting of the Tho gentlemans road race was won by Jhimphries in for the half A Kcyes race was won by a Both races weremost exciting nnd 2 YEAR OLD TROVOR PACK Prince 11 Trouble 3 2 3 3 Time 2 year eld dash Alberta Bred Lady 3 Canadian LKTH BRf DC DERBY 2 INDIAN RELAY FINAL HEAT 1 Calf 2 Black White RESULT FOR THREE DAYS 1 Calf 2 Black White Time The Indians time beat the cowboys by 5 COWBOY RELAY RACE FINAL HEAT 2 3 This is the best time for any sin gle heat in either relay RESULT FOR THREE DAYS RACE 1 2 3 Time PONY RACK ami aud of the Salvation Army Wallace brother of lanufacturc that caused riders and larncssmen to stop and A Harry PuiKlentiis Htl worth SlOO much ton ind Frank iiontlintr of the the workmanship and first National eather carving being of the high have in tho Yellow A set of double harness head rass which they uade for was anleit Edmonton on May Thiy other feature of the The ex reached Tote on lime hibitors had first class samples of ainl the store was lor harness makers t business on 25 It JKivjlhUd of a wellknown Al heitJin that wlun lu was in Romy not long ago paid S0 fyr a uine lock of On coin ing home he up the Encyclo another purchase of retvnt unddiscovered Saturday HUDSONS BAY COMPftNY Special Bargains During Exhibition Week A lilt of high grade merchandise at littlo Prices that are within easy reach of You will save dollars by doing your shopping at the Quality Store during the Mens Felt Fifi 11 Alice 22 Dolly a i Time 5H 3 MILE 1 2 Time NAMED RAQE Iloundary 111 Suburha 222 Ethel Kirk 3 S Time SQUAW RACE 1 Bob RidinR War 3 4 Meat 5 Hiding Time Fair Alany an exciting race took place nnxmg the Indian drivers going to ami from vlw They have good of considerable great nnd wonderful endur ami know As long as the Indians provide such rapid tran sit the problem will ho People as a rule ore to lxxnv the on Hands grimy fingers were often joor iy holding within their grasp the delicntc fancy work clisplajxxl by the In exhibition halls there should le floorwolkvrs to insist that ihe spectators obey the ioticw to their hands Works of The balance of onr stock of this seasons soft Felt in fawus and nd sixie Twilled yard Two yards fine and evenly soft free from reg ular 40c Special 30c Lawn made in this seasons neally insertion and worth np to 1 Speca Scotch 12 Fine Lawn made in this seasons neally trimmed with ace l 95c Fine washable in light aud dark plaids and regular Special 1 Flannelette pair hi good in white and regular Spocial English 12 GOO yank best quality CrnniTs fine even guaranteed fast colors and will sold everywhere at 1 yd7 Special A 1 2i c w Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns Hudsons Buy f ;