Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
Wednesday, AugutlO. 1910. FOE room liouse and one block from Gait Square Will rive long term ground lease to suitable tenant if desired. ?i fti! 15? fl' facing east in Block Duff Addition, Pay-', cash, balance a month. y 3 Corner lots on Courtland St., close in, Easy terms. 2 lots on Courtland St, just east of Westminster, o modern room houses in Eiverview FOE SALE or BENT We have a large assortment of excellent building lots in all 1OW rmnOO Also a fine of the Representing: F. C LOWES COMPANY North American Life Assurance Co. London Guarantee and Accident Co. Phoenix Assurance Co. Lunited of London Offices at Calgary, Edmonton, Lethbndge, High River. Nanton, Vancouver 49 pound sack of flour Class vegetable marrows: Mrs. J. B. Murray; 2, Mrs. i, J. C. Chenery; 2, John Gergely. The University of Alberta Courses Offered In to B. A. and B. Sc. degrees. APPLIED to B. Sc. degree. MATRICULATION Wednesday, Sep- tember 21st. AND September Application t for the September Matriculation Examination should be made before September 1st. For application forms cal- endars, and full information, apply to THE REGISTRAR, Strathcona, Alta. Class Two head bage: 1, Bing- Wo. Class Two head flat cabbage: 1, D. r Whitney; 2, Bing Wo. Class Two heads red cabbage: 1, Bing Wo. Class 321 Two heads summer or conical cabbage: 1, Bing Wo; 2, D. J. Whitney. Class Kohl rabi, white: 1, John Gergely. Class 323- sack of flour, Mrs. W. H. Paw- son; 2, 49 pound sack of flour Minnie Helseth. The following special prizes the Ellison Milling and Elevator 1, Bing Wo. -Two heads cauliflower: Class of white bread made from "Our Best" flour, ftaker r1''110' City Bakery; Rose Bakery; 3, t D'_ PRIZEWINNERS AT THE LETHBRIDGE FAIR Partial List Of Those Who Have Good Exhi bits At the Fair n i Class 324 Two bunches cut pars- ley: 1, Sam Jones; 2, Bing Wo. Class 325 Six ears sugar corn: 1, Mrs. F. 2, D. J. Whitney. Class Twelve -winter radishes: Schweitzer. Class 397-Best, loaf white bread made from "Our Best" "flour, home made: 1, fio, Mrs. J. W. McKean; 2, ?5, Mrs. 'Jas. Barclay; 3, ?2, Mrs.' W. H. Pawson. Class loaf white bread, 1, John Gergely; 2, Ben James. Class Two quarts peas injmade from "Our flour by "girl pods: i, J. C. Chenery; .2, B. James. lmider 14: 1, Martha Esser; Class Two quarts string beans ,iMlss GRAIN. Sec. Grain. Class two -bushels hard winter -wheat: 1, J. B. Ririe; "2, Geo 0. Kerr; 3, Pawson Bros. Class two 'bushels oats 1, B. James; 2, Pawson Bros.; 3, Theo iirandley. Class two hard spring wheat: 1, Pawson Bros.; 2, P. Bruchet; 3, Theo Brandley. Class two bushels two- rowed barley: 1, A. Perry; 2, J. B. Kirie. Class One busnel milling oats: l, B. James; 2, Pawson Bros. __ Class half bushel alfalfa: 1, E. Parry; 2, J. B. Ririe.' Class collection of grains, barley, oats and flax or em- mer, one 'bushel of each: l, Pawson t Section 24, Grains in Sheaf. Class 254-r-Hard spring wheat: 1, D. Donald; 2, P. Shegar. Class Red Wheat: 1, B. James; 2, J. B. Ririe. "Class joint: 1, Pawson Bros.; 2, B. James. FIELD 'ROOTS AND VEGETABLES Section 27, .Field Roots. Class bushel best pink potatoes, any variety: 1, E. Parry; 2, D. J. Whitney. Class bushel best white potatoes, any variety: 1, Bing Wo: 2, D. J. Whitney. Class stakes, best half bushel potatoes entered in above: 1, D. J. Whitney; 2, D. A. Smith. Class Swede turnips: 1, >s. F. W. King; 2, J. C. Chenery. Class wurtzels, red: Jas. Johnston. Class carrots, white: 1, D. J. Whitney. Class sugar beets: 1, Mrs. F. King; 2, H. A. Jones. Class any -.variety: 1, A. J. H. Griffen; 2, Pawson Bros. Class six-rowed varie- 1. A. Perry; 2, B. James. Class two-rowed varie- ty: 1, J. B. Ririe; 2, A. Perry. Class corn, farm grown 1, B. .James; 2, D. J. Whitney. Class best'six heads: 1, A.. Perry. Section 26, Grasses and Clover. Class grass: 1, J. B. Kirie; 2, A. Perry. Class rye grass: 1, AT Ferry; 2, B. James. Class grass: 1, A. Per- ry; 2, B. James. Class 1, E. Parry; 2, Pawson Bros. Class clover: 1, A. Perry; 2, Pawson Bros. Class clover: 1, A. Per- ry. Class rabi, Teen: 1, Bing Wo. _ Class ears field corn: 1, D. J. 2, Bing Wo. Section 28, Garden Vegetables. Class long red carrots: 1, D. J. Whitney; 2, Sain Jones. Class intermediate carrots 1, Bing Wo; 2, Mrs. F. W. King. Class short carrots: 1, D. J. Whitney; 2. J. C. Chenery. Class red onions: 1, D. J. Whitney; 2, John Gergely. Class white onions: 1, Jas. Barclay; 2, Sam Jones. Class yellow onions: 1, D. J. Whitney; 2, E. Parry. Class garlic: 1, John Gergely. Class pickling onioDs: 1, D. A. Smith. Class turnip beets: 1, D. A. Smith; 2, D. J. Whitney. Class long blood beets: Bing Wo'; 2, J. C. Chenery. Class quarts broad beans: 1, E. Parry. Class heads cos lettuce: 1, J. C. Chenery. Class heads any other lettuce: 1, John Gergely; 2, J. C. Chenery. Class vegetables: 1, Mrs. F. W. King. Class long: l, John Gergely FRESH FRUITS. Section- 29. Class dozen apples, any variety: c. Convent. Class dozen crabs, any variety: 1, R. C. Convent. Class strawberries: 1, D. J. Whitney. Class raspberries: 1, D. J. Whitney; 2, E. Parry. HOUSE PLANTS. Section 30, Flowers, potted. Class begonia: 1, R. c. sky. 3, Ji, Minnie Polakow- Class brown bread made from Ellison Whole Wheat flour 1, Susie Bawden; 2, ?3, Red Rose Bakery; -3, Mrs. G. K. Johnston. Section Class two one-nound sec- tions: l, D. J. Whitney. Class large frame: 1, D. J. Whitney. Class quart, extracted- l J. Whitney. LADIES WORK AND HOME MANU- FACTURES. Section 35. Class socks or stockings- 1- R- C. Convent; 2, Mrs. W. B. Dart 401-Pair darned socks or Stockings: 1, Mrs. W. B. Darf-2 Mar tha Esser. Class work: 1 Mrs R. D. Moses; 2, Mrs. J. B. Murray. Class 425-JSmbroidery in gold: i R. C. Convent. Class dress: 1, Mrs. D W. Inman; 2, Mrs. R. D. Moses. Class rug: 1, Mrs. A. E Weston; 2, Mrs. D. W. Inman. Class made quilt (silk) 1, Mrs. W. S, Sherd; 2, Mrs. C. E. Brandow. Class made quilt (wool) 1, Mrs. D. W. Inman; 2, Mrs. D. W. luman. Class made quilt (cot- 1, Mrs. D. W. Inman; "2, Mrs. J. B. Renter. Class mats 1, S. Donaldson; 2, Mrs. W. B. Dart Class bolting cloth with silk: 1, Mrs. W. B. Dart. Class work in'silk- 1 Mrs. -W. B. Dart; 2, .R. Convent Class scarf, kind: 1, Mrs. S. Donaldson. Class cloth, any kind: 1 Airs. D. W. Inman; 2, Mrs" W B" Uart. Class -bed spread: 1 any Convent; 2, R. C. Convent Class geranium: 1, R. C. Convent. Class fern: 1, T. Hagell; 2, R. C. Convent. Class plant any variety: 1, John Gergely; 2, T. Hagell; 3, R. C. Convent. Class collection house plants: 1, R. C. Convent; 2. John Gergely. Class tobacco plant: 1, John Section 31, Cut Flowers. Class -table 'bouquet: 1, Class netting: i Mrs A. E. Weston; 2, R. c. Convent' Class pair mitts: 1, -Mrs A. Smith. Class embroidery on linen- Mrs, w. B. Dart; 2. R. C. Convent Class work in wool: l, rs. J. W. McKean; J. B. Mur- Class 407-Mount Mellick embroid- Mrs. C; E. Brandow; Class apron: Mrs. J. B. Reuter; 2, Mrs. W. EC. Pawson. Class wild flowers: 1, R. C. Convent... Class work: 1, "R. C. Convent. Class sewing, girls un- der 16: I, R.; 2. cJ Con- vent. Class dozen button holes: Special Attention! Charles H. Kerr, Auctioneer Haying received instructions from sev- eral owners of city property, will sell by public auction at a later date, several parcels of splendid city.property, Otber entries invited. Particulars and, to The Golden West Realty Co. m i STREET Phone 623, JVB.WilMe P.O. Box 642. D.Kiiig 406-Crochet work in cotton- 1, Mrs. W. B. Dart; 3, Mrs. M. Cairns Class 408-Fancy home made pic tare frame; l, .R. c. Convent; Miss G. Downer; 2, Mrs. D. A. Smith. Class sweet peas: 1, D. J. Whitney; Miss G. Downer; E. Parry. Class 1, D. J. Whit- ney; 2, E. Parry. Class 1, Miss G. -Downer; 2, D. J. Whitney; 3, Mrs. D A. Smith. W. B. Dart Class 409-Fancy pin cushi Mrs. W. B. Dart; 2, -Mrs. W. H. X son. Class slippers: Rosedale Addition Lot 45, Block 3 for sale to highest bidder. Address HONER Caiumet Hotel Spokane, Wash. 200-6 D. J. Whitney; 2, Sam Jones. Class parsnips: 1, Bing Wo; 2, E. Parry. Class white turnips: 1, E. Parry; 2, J.'C. Chenery. Class tomatoes, grown in- side: 1, John Gergely. j Class tomatoes, grown out- iside: 1, D. J. Whitney. Class green tomatoes: 1, D. J. Whitney; 2T Bing Wo. Class cucumbers, frame: 1, Bing Wo; 2, John Gergely. Class cucumbers, ridge: l, John Gergely. Class best twelve stalks: 1, Bing Wo; 2, Sam Jones. Class squashes: 1, D. J Whitney. Class 1, D. J. Whit- ney; 2, E. Parry. Class i, John Gergely. Class 1. John Gergely. Class pink: 1, D. J. 1, R- C. Convent; 2, Mrs. W. B Dart Class 413-SiIk embroidery on felt-? R. C. Convent. Class suit: l Airs p E. Brandow. f_Iall Pillow shams: l, 1, R. C. Convent: 2, Mrs. H. H. John- son. Class not here- in specified: 1, Mrs. De La Conda- mine; 2, R. O. Convent. Class hammered brass, 1, Mrs. J. B. Reuter. Class stitch work: 1, R. C. Convent; 2, Mrs. H. H. Johnson. Class embroidery: 1, Mrs. J. B. Murray; 2, R. C. Con- vent. Class embroidery: 1, Mrs. C. E. Collins; 2. Mrs. 'j. B. Murray. Section 37. Fine Arts Class painting, Susie Bawden; 2, Mrs. Minnie A. 'iSowne. Class painting, H. DO YOU REALIZE that now, during general depression is the time to invest. PRICES ARE LOW. Everyone anxious to sell b cheaper and .give you the benefit DO YOU KNOW we are selling on the easiest terms We will wait until the land produces the money and-pays for itself -Several good places in Cardston and Kimball districts. Plenty of'rain WE BUY LAND FOR you need money come and see us We have a plan that 'will interest you. We can buy BUY LAND FOR CASH. FARM SECURITY COMPANY LIST WITH U3. Whitney Block Lethbndge GROW APPLES AT FRUITY ALE WEST KOOTENAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA and live in comfort. You can live in an ideal climate, eniov fine scenery, hunting and fishing, and make more money on an ORCHARD TRACT at FRUITVALE, than you can on 160 acres of prairie land. GROW APPLES, pears, plums, peaches, poultry, AND GROW RICH. .Others are doing not YOU? Splendid climate. High winds and dust storms unknown Proofs, plans, FRUITVALE LIMITED, 23 Ward St., Nelson B C J. an a i ailway m rrigation Are offering for sale tke cheapest lots on tke market 1 eacn situated north of the track The Alberta Ry. and Irrigation Co. Class 1, Miss G. G. Downer: 2. Mrs. D. A. Smith. Class collection cut flow- ers: i, D. J. Whitney; 2, Miss G. Downer. Class vegetable garden: Ross Taylor. DAIRY PRODUCTS. Class butter: i, Martha Baser; 2, Mrs. A. E. Weston. Class pound roll or print: 1, Alva Gould; 2, Mrs. A. E. Weston. j MEATS AND POULTRY. Section 33. j Class best home cured: 1. A. Perry; 2. John Davidson. Class best home cured: 1, A. Perry. Class pair dressed cock- erels: 1, H. Cocks; 2. Mrs. J. W. Mc- Kean. Class pair other dressed fowls: 1, Jss. Johnston; 2. Lethbridge farming Co. Class dozen eggs, brown: 1, J. W. McKean; 2, Lethbridge Farm- ing Co. Class dozen eggs, Tv-hite: 1, Jas. Johnston: 2. Sam Jones. DOMESTIC PRODUCTS. Section 34. Class of pickles. home made: l, Mrs. J. W. McKean: 2, Martha Esser. Class fruits, pre- serves: 1, Mrs. J. W. McKean; C. Convent. Class fruits, can- ned: l, Mrs. J. W. McKean. Class fruits, preserves: 1, Mrs. J. ,W. McKean. The following are special prizes by the Taylor Milling and Elevator Co.: Class loaf of bread, made from "Pride of Alberta" flour: 1. 9S pound sack of flour, D, W. Inman; 2. Mrs. W. S. Sherd. Class 416-Toilet set-i, Martha Es-' Class 417-Tea cosey: l, Mrs B. .Reuter; 2, Mrs. W. B. Dark Class 4lS-ColIection fancy knitting 1, Mrs. B. S. Pawson; 2 j w McKean. Class 420-Sofa cushion embroid- T or any other kind: 2, R. C. Convent. Class 421-Drawn thread work on j, Miss Agnes Dalrymple- Mrs. B. S. Pawson. Class Cunningham; 2, H. Cunningham. Class copy: 1. Mrs. J. B. Murray; 2, Mrs. B. Annie son. Class work: 1, R. C. Class or pencil drawing, original: 1, T. Hagell. Class or pencil drawing, copy: i, Mrs. W. H. Pawson; 2. Jas. Cunningham. Class collection of ama- teur photography: i, D. A. Smith: 2, A. Fraser. Class 1, George Percival. Class 1, Mrs. R. D. Moses; 2, Mrs. B. S. Pawson. Section 38, Natural History Class collection of nox- named: 1, R. c. Convent. Educational, Section 40 Standard I. Class samples folding, children under 6: 1, Marguer- ite Popensen. Class descriptive of a picture: 1, Sylrie .Berte; 2, Louis de Medonsure. Class -book showing pupil's actual class work: 1, Jane Armstrong; 2, Vera Hendenstrom and Eva Hargreaves. Class of wild flow- ers properly mounted: 1, Minnie Cop- suin; 2, Katie Rebar. Standard II. Class 1, Winnifred Martin; 2. Ruth Inman. Class letter to friend, telling of a day spent on a farm: 1, REAL ESTATE FIRE-INSURANCE Money to loan on improved city property and farm lands. R.V. GIBBONS Co. Ott Block m w. uujr it lit I 11 lattmg collection: 1, ious weeds, properly mounted and Wilson; 2, Violet L. Plein. Standard III. Don't leave the city before you Kave visited us and placed your orders ror WE MAKE RUBBER STAMPS ON THE PREMISES I Class original de- sign for wall paper: 1, Mary Moore; 2, .Susan Norman. Class telling of pleas- ure had in growing flowers or caring for some animal: l, Ispra Dearinger: 2, Sydney Emmerson. standard !V. Class drawing: 1, Julia Hausulak: 2, Minnie Vaselenak. Class description of j hunting adventure: 1, Esther Tuff: 2. j Violet Hagell. Standard V. i Class drawing: 1, Mar-! garet F. Smith; 2, Martha Van Heeke.! Class set of business j forms: No first; 2, Martin Van Hecke. WE COLLECT RENTS HOUSES FOR RENT Beautiful Brun ton street Fully Modern rooms Rogers street rooms, Bartlett near Duiferin. Price per month. Bartlett near London Road. Seven Roomed moden, Argyle Ave. Ave. Tie Dowsley Milan Land Company Glyn St Sherlock Building Phone 544 A car to show the property. WE COLLECT RENTS Satisfaction Guaranteed Corner Round and Dufferin Streets Phone 1151 Box 271 SOME GOOD YIELDS REPORTED FROM KIPP B. S. Baughey, formerly of the Em- pire Land Co.. of this city, and now a homesteader in Kipp district, was in the city yesterday. Some of the wheat fields in Kipp district, said he. ll go from 12 to IS bushels per acre, and grass kas already begun to fresh- en up with the recent showers. ;NEW KINDERGARTEN i .TEACHER ENGAGED j At a special meeting of the school j j management committee of the school board last night, Miss Hodgins of Ailsa Craig> Ont, was appointed kin- dergarten teacher for Westminster school in the pfece of Miss Main, who had resigned her position. Miss j Ovens, of London, and Oliphant of Collingwood were alternatives. They are all qualified kindergarten i directors. REAL ESTATE LOANS INSURANCE Asquith Lindsey PHONE 1183 307 CRABB STREET LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. T. N. CHRISTIE CO. Real Estate and Financial Brokers. Agents Diamond City To-wnsite. Insurance, Loans T. N. Christie, Notary Public, Diamond City, Alta.