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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 9, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta r PRIZE LIST CLASS xxxm. LADIES WORK. Wlr lock, or stocking., E- Coe, Convent. Darned sock, or stockings, Mrs. J. Sladc. Darned netting, Convent. Ucot mitts, E. Coo, Mrs, A. Haley. Embrotdory on linen, E. Coc. Crochet Work In Wool-Mrs. South aiw. Convent. Crochet Work In Cotton-Mrs. A. Shwlo. Mrs. A. Itatay. Fancy Home Made Picture Frntnoi-Mrs. ''Southard, Convent. Fancy Tin Cushion-Convont. K Coc. Fancy Work nasket-Convent. Ladles Wool Slippers-Mrs. 11. .t. Whitney, Convent. Boy's Sutt-Convent. Sofa Cushion-Convent, K.nrilv Johnston. Drawn Thread Work mi l.inon- I'.. Coe. Mrs. Sonthnrd. Tatting Collection-E. Coe. l'olnt I^icc-MIim Dunstaii. Convent. Dattenl,urj{ Work-Convent Embroidery In Gold-E. Coe. Child's Drew-Mrs. Southard, Convent. Dinner Mats-K. Coc, Convent. Painting on Bolting Silk-Convent Crochet Work in Silk-Mis .1. Sladc, Convent. Sideboard Scarf-Convent. Hag Hug-K. Coe. K. Cw. , Homo Made Quilt. Wool-Mrs. W H. Pawson. Home Made Quilt. Cotton-Convent Tea Cloth-Mrs Southard, Con vent. Artistic tied Spread-Mrs. South -ard. Fancy Apron-E. Coe, Mrs. A Haley. Wood Carving-Mrs. Southard. Painting on Satin or Vclv�- Convent, Mrs. McClonnghan. Plain Sewing by Girl under 15.- Convent, Convent. Heat Dozen Hut ton Holes- Mrs. Blade, Convent. Embroidery-Convent, Mrs. South  ard. Special-Convent. CLASS XXV. ROOTS, VEGETABLES. ETC. Hal'l bushel Pink Potatoes- S. Forg. D. .1. Whitney. Half bushel White Potatoes-B .1. Whitney. Half Bushel Potatoes, and variety -S. Fong. D. J. Whitney. 0 Swede Turnips-S. H. Fairfield, H. H. McCluro. 6 Mangel Wurtzels-S. II. Fairfield. S. Jones. 6 Carrots. White-S. Jones. 6 Carrots, Yellow-S. Fong. 0 Sugar Beets- 3. Jones. 6 Varieties-1). J. Whitney. very cretHtable, the essny-WrltIng by the senior pupils and the Klmlergnr* ten and pressed flower work by the Juniors deserving very special mention. A drawing by Fred Johnston was much noted. The Convent pupils swept th* board In writing. STANDARD I. PART I. KINDERGARTEN. 1st and 2nd, Central School. CLASS WORK. Mny Young, Kathleen Woathcrhy. PART II. CLASS WORK. Elvira Kunst. Stella Moore. COLLECTION OF PtlESSED FLOWERS. Madeline Olivers, Vivian Tuff. STANDARD II. Writing. Mnry Cumrtrk, Martha Van Hlcke. Class Work. Vnnie Pisco, May Cumick. STANDARD III. Drawing. Edward llngell, Annie Bakos. Composhion. Ella Pelletier, Alitilo Bnkos. STANDARD IV. Map Drawing. No a Ward. Omiposit Ion. Margaret F. Smith, riareniv Slier-lock. | STANDARD V. Drawing, i Eva Wright, Bessie 1'iitteson j ItusiiK-ss Form. E\a Wright. Frank Kenny. STANDARD VI i Drawing. ' Fred Johnston, (muni Roy ' Composition I-Yed .lohn�toit. > STANDARD VII. Animal Life. I Gladstone Virtue. Dora Simmons I Composition. Dora Nimmoiis. 2nd Minnie Mivl-! daugh. GRAIN Hard spring wheat, 1st. W. II. Pawson Soft spring wheat, 1st. Raaunson Winter wheat, 1st. J. B. Woolfonl. 2nd. A. E. Kcffer. 6 row barley, 1st. A. E. Kefter. 2nd. T. If. Woolfcrd. 2 row barley, 1st. B. J nines, 2nd. R. Hasunson. Oats, milling. 1st. W. II Pawson, 2nd. A. E. KeJTer. Flax, 1st, D. J. Whitney. FLOWERS Fuschln, 1st Mrs. Humphries. Begonia, 1st Mrs. Morris. 2nd Mrs Morris. Fern, 1st. Miss 11. Mewhiirn. 2nd. Table bouquet, 1st. Miss II. Mew bum. 2nd. Mrs. Southard. Bouquet Sweet peas, 1st. Mas 11. Mewburn, 2nd. Mrs. Southard. Pansles, 1st. Miss II. Mewbnrnt 2nd. S. If. Fairfield. Petunias, 1st, Mrs. Wm. Morris, Poppies, 1st. Miss II. Mt'whurii. j2nd. .1. D. Whitney. I Asters, 1st. Wm. E. Haley, j Deanthtts, 1st. D. .1. Whitney, j Nasturtium, 1st. Convent j Sunflowers, 1st. Venn Sing, 2nd. |2nd. D. .1. Whitney. 1 Primula 1st. Mrs. Wm. Morris. Collect Inn, 1st. Mrs. Wm Morris. GRASSES Timothy. 1st S 11 Fairfield B. Kane. Western Rye. 1st. II Smith. 11). .1. Whitney. 2nd 2nd . 2nd. POULTRY CLASS XXVJ. 6 Long Carrots-S. Jones. 6 Intermediate Carrots-S. Fong. Yuen Sing. 0 Short Caerots-S. Jones. Mrs J. D. Whitney. 12 WtiHc Onions-S. Junes. 12 Oarllc-Yuen Sing. 1 Gallon Pickling Onions-Coiiwnt. I Yuen Sing. ' Six Turnip fleets-B. James. S. Fong. fl Long Blood Beets-Mrs. J. D. Whitney, S. H. Fairfield. 6 l"arsnlps-Yuen Sing, Sam Sing. ft White Tumlps-S. H. Fairfield. 0 Yellow Turnips-II. II. MoCluro. Wah Hop. B Ripe Tomatoes-Yuen Sing. Wuh Hop 2 Cucumbeis- S. Fong, Wuh Hop. 2 Citrons-W, II. Robson. Yuen Sing. Rhubarb-D. J. Whitney, II. 11. Mc-Clure, 2 Vegetable, Marrow-Yuen Sing. 6 Heads Celery-S. Fong, Wah Hop. 2 Heads Conic�l Cabl*age- Yuen Sing, S. Fong. 2 Heads Flet Cabbage-Yuon Sing, 8. Fong. 2 Heads Red Cabbage-Yuen Sing. 2 Head Siivo�y Cabbage- Wuh Hop. 2 Heads Cuulitlov er-Yuen Sing. S. Fong. 2 Bundles Parsley-Sum Jones, S. Fong. 6 Ears Corn-Yuen Sing. 2 Quarts Peas in Pod-Yuen Sing, II. H. McClure. 2 Quarts String,Beans-D. J. Whitney, S. Fong. 2 Quarts Brood Beuns-S. Jones. 3 Heeds Cos Ijntun.*- Wuh Hop, Yuen Sing. 3 Heads Lettuce any other kinil- U. James, Sam Jones. Special-Water, Cress-Wuh Hop CLASS XXXI I. DOMESTIC PRODUCTS. Rad Currant Jelly-Convent. Strawberry Preserves- W. 11. Robson, Convent, Cultivated Fruits- Special- W. H. Robson. . Horn* Made Bread, White-Mrs. w. F. Wilson, Convent, Mrs. B. James. Brown Bread-Mrs. A. Haley, Convent, E. Kimtoal). Best Bread Ellison Flour.- Emily Johnston, Mrs. A. Haley.. NATURAL HISTORY. In this department tliere were two splendid collections of insects ami one large collection ol noxious veods SCHOOL WORK. Tim School Exhibits as usual, wore Brahma rock. 1st. .T. B. Bailey Brahma hen. 1st. J B. Bailey. 2nd J. B. Bailey. Leghorn cock. 1st. Wm. Carter. 2nd J. S. Cook. Leghorn hen, 1st, S. Jones, 2nd., Wm. Carter. Leghorn cockerel, 1st. Win. Carter, 2nd. S. Jones. leghorn pullett. 1st. S. Jones, 2nd Wm. Carter. Plymouth cock. 1st. T. Hamilton, 2nd D .1 Whitney. Plymouth hen, 1st. T. Hamilton, 12nd. J. Cook. | Plymouth bun* cock, 1st S. Samsv er. i Plymouth buft hen. 1st E. J. Cook 2nd 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 cockcrol, 1st F. Senior 2nd. F. Senior. White Rock pullett, 1st. P. Senior 2nd. F. Senior. Minorca cock and hen, 1st. S. Jones, 2nd. S. Jones. Minorca cockerel and pullett, 1st. S. Jones. 2nd. S. Jones. Wyandot cock, 1st. E. J.-Cook, 2nd. E. .1. Cook Wyundot hen 1st. E. J. Cook 2nd E. J. Cook. Wyandot cockerel. 1st. 8. J. Jfc-Dermid, 2nd Carter. Wyandot pullett, 1st. S. J. Mc-Dermid, Wm. Carter Gumc cock nnd ben, 1st. S. A. Jonee, Game cockerel nnd pullett, 1st, J. Graham, 2nd. J. Graham. Buff Orp. cock and hen, 1st, P.. J. Cook, 2nd. E. J. Cook. Bud Orp, cockerel and pullett, 1st. E. J. Cook, Turkey under I yea/, 1st. T. B. Kane, 2nd. T. B. Kane. Ducks ever I year, 1st. D. J. Whitney. Ducks undor 1 year, 1st. D. J. Whit noy. Rest breeding pen spcl T. Hamilton Farmer's pen spcl, D. J. Whitney. CATTLE Bull 3 years or over. 1st. 8. H. Fairfield, 2nd. W. D. Whitney. 8r�. J. B. Rirle. Bull 2 years or over 1st, W. D. Whitney's. 2nd. W. D. Whitney. Bull 1 year or over. 1st. W. D. Whitney, 2nd. J. B. Rirle. Cow calf at loot, 1st. .1. B. Ulrle. 2nd. J. B. Rirle Heifer 2 yoaiH Isl. 2nd. J. B. Ririe Hoi for I year, 1st 2nd. J. B. Ririo Heifer calf, 1st. J. B. Ririe, 2nd J. B. nirlo. Sweepstakes, S. H. Fairfield. Brome. 1st. T 11 Woolford, S. II. Fairfield Alfnllo, 1st. 11. Smith. T. 11 Wool ford, Clover. 1st. D. J Whitney. 2nd. W. H. Harvoy Special T. II. Woolfcrd. Red Top spcl. T II. Wool ford Orchard grass spcl. T. H. Wool-ford. Blue Joint S|>eclal II Smith. After Lumber Combine. Pursuant to I hi1 announcement incite some time ago that (he n+lor-� ii.\\ -gen -r.il of Allvrtu was reviewing j i he e\kl.-ihv taken l.y t !� pnl'linm.ii-| Iiir\ commit I(i> of in .uir.v appointed 'during the last session of the Ho j minion l'iii'lii\m nt to iiupiite irtt� 'ihe nllegvd luini er combine in the [four western provinces of Manitoba. I S,|Skatche�mi. All.eta and British Ii olimv'iia, villi n view �to taking such action nonius; the ltititlx*r denl- j ers in Alhei'in as was warrants! by �i he state of niTairs av set forth in the fvidi'iiee taken l>> the eouimission H' n I'. W t i-oss. the attorney �>mi-erul, i.HMiii y the commit dv uppointed by parliumeirt to investigate this iiKittcr. The ev �h-tne given in the itiv, st igiHioli eXWmds over T"l closely printetl piigs, ami is n.-ivssarily /tin thbritlge. of other material filial itspiiies to very closely i x-.imn.il in order to ascertain what the facts iii-eitiitus t ion with this unit ter really are "Since the ritv.pt of the evidence the deputy attorney general has been com itinoiisiv- eiigiig-'d in reading ami analyzing it. so as to Iv in n post  i e>n to advise the government as to what action should l�- taken in Ihe premises. As a r.-Milt of Ihe examination of the evidence so mae lmpn>|ier for iir> a1 this stage to say what 1 think the result of the laying of a charge in connection wiith the hunter combine sliouM be. That is for the court or jury lo decide tvfvire whom tlh- matter nitinifttely comes, but it cannot be doiibttsl that tlte i|ii-stion whether thi-n- Is nil illegal com' In tlie chargeof ci.ntruvciuion of -the s*v-t  Inteivsts of the general public. '�I'llfoi'limately. It Is practically impossible for lite government oflhis province acting abuie, to indict Ihe Alls'rla Detail Lumber Dealers' As-vocuitloti. as a bod> . for coiis|iir.u > with the Mountain Lumber Mmiii -factur.rs' Association of Bril isli Col-ttmbia, because -the latter nssocia tion is not within oar jurisdiction, and it luii-t reM vvitli ihe gxivern inent of British Columbia io take action aguiliHt th.'in, If they consider It -tlnrtr duly to do mi, I say un foil iui.it elj , leciiti-,- a judgtueiil of a court upon Hie subject as to vvh.'th er 4he arrangement, if arrangement ovists l�>t\'�>-n th-se two assocint ; ii lis, is illegal mid n n'titravention of ihe crimiivil (��!., would go to the root of this a hole luatter. This question. hovvx'Ver. will doubtless be vleeided iticiik-ntnlly in tl>e cottrsi' of the proiecut ion, which il is the in t.ution of the governmeiitto institute against the executive olllcers of tlh' Allerlu LtunJvr IV'alel's' Association "By reason of the fact that till the exhibits, Including the list of the mem'vrs of Hie Allierla Lumber Dealers' Association, weiv luiltded buck t�i the witnesses by the special committee of parliament, and were not printed in the report of -ihe evwk>nce, the government is not at "jui'miit in possession ol ev iiletav (is to what tlrius colupoNe this association. "The object, however, of the prosecution, which us I have already wtated. is to bring before tlh- courts the i|iH-vtion of the legality of this JonMiiat-ion if such exists, will be for praet'ical pur|Mises siiltlcient Iv -ehhsl by the indictment the govern -ineut piopostsl to lay against the executive otlicers of |ln> assocint ion | "The niitter will be taken up im-' inetliutely. ami a charge laid as I 'have indicate*!." A. K. H1MIMIRIES. Set reiarv -Tie.isiirer of the U'lhbridge and District Agricultural Society THE WESTERN CROP OlTLOOU. Allertn. according to the tcs>timnny of .1. T. Moorv,-iMHi.ooti lui-lf.-!-. of wheat, agwlnst l.on.o.uiMi .l las', year. Saskatchewan- \1 out thiN'c-iourlii-, an average crop Munitolii-About 'Hie-half mi average crop. Western Camilla h-wiii*' likely to have 70,1100.000 bushels to thresh after this harvest Instead of loo,-iiimi.(mm) or rill.(Mill,(Kill buslH'ls It might have if 1D*�T weii' n year of bum|sM- crops. ___ _ Big Sporting Goods Sale! Rifles, Shotguns, Revolvers, Cances, Beats, Tents, Field Glasses, Hunting and Outing Suits Fithing Tackle Office Desks Type-writer* All til loss limn half priocr. Writ*' tor big lists. SPORTMEN'S EXCHANGE NAt WlUEWAl'K. X. H.. CANADA. J. B. Rlrm J. B. Rlriol SHEEP Ram 1 year, 1st. J. D. Rirle nam a years, 1st. J. B. Ririe. Ram lamb 1st. J. B. Rirle Pair ewea over 9 years, 1st. J. B Rlrlo. Pair ewes yearling let. J. B. Ririe. Pivlr ewes any age, 1st J. B. Rirle. Sweepstakes, Passey. FRUITS Apples, 1st. J. H. Rlria White Currants, 1st. Miss Sherlock 2nd. R. Rasunson. Red Currants, 1st. R. Itasuneon, 2nd. Miss Sherlock. Black Currants, let. R. R.imirwoii, 2nd. Miss Sherlock. Strawberries, 1st. Miss Sherlock, 2nd. D. J. Whitnoy. Raspberries, 1st. S. H. Fairfield, 2nd, 11. J. Whitney. Gooseberries, 1st. R. Rasunaon, 2nd. Miss Sherlcck 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 a profit when the prices rise which will be in the very near future Situated at the Junction of the Crow's Nest line & main line C.P.R. C.P.R. are building large Roundhouse and Station - Natural gas sufficient 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 Coleridge 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 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 Coleridge Railway Yards ;