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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Bally Herald. Thursday August PageS. FOE room house and one block from Gait Square. Will give long term ground lease to suitable tenant if desired. FOE ft. x 157 ft. facing east in Block 1, Duff Addition, Pay- able cash, balance a month. 3 Corner lots on Courtland St., close in, Easy terms. 2 lots on Courtland St., just east of-Westminster, 5 modern 7 room houses in Eiverview FOE SALE or EENT. We large assortment of excellent building lots in all parts of the city at low prices and good terms. Also a fine list of large and small modern houses for sale on easy terms. Representing: F. C LOWES COMPANY North American Life Assurance Co. London Guarantee and Accident Co. Phoenix Assurance Co. Limited of London Offices at Calgary, Edmonton, Lethbridge, High River, Nanton, Vancouver The University of Alberta Courses Offered In to B. A. and B. Sc. degrees. APPLIED B. Sc. degree. MATRICULATION Wednesday, Sep- tember 21st. REGISTRATION AND September 28th. Application for the September Matriculation Examination should be made before September 1st. For application forms, cal- endars, and full information, apply to THE Alta. PRIZEWINNERS AT THE LETHBRIDGE FAIR HORSES. Class four year old or over: H. Harvey; 2, D. Mc- L-ean; 3, Jas. Hanson. Class three years old or over: 1, Ed. Hodges; 2, J. H. Kim- ball. Class yearling: 1, Ed. Hodges; 2, W. T. -McCaugherty. Class mare, foal at side: 1, W- T. McCaugherty; 2, -W. H. Har- vey. Class three years old: 1, .Ed. Hodges; 2, D. McLean. Class two years old: 1, Ed. Hodges; 2, W. H. Harvey. V Class yearling: 1, W. T. McCaugherty; 2, Ed. Hodges. Class 1, W. T. McCaugh- erty; 2, W. H. Harvey. Class mare: 1, Ed. Hodges: 2, D. Macintosh. Section Class four years old or over; 1, Brimhall Bros. Class three years Old or over: 1. Ray Knight; 2, J. B. Ririe. Class yearling: 1, W. A, Jackson. Class mare, with foal by side: 1, B'rimhall Bros.: 2, Brimhall Bros. Class three years old1: 1, Ray Knight: 2, Walter A. Jackson. Class two years old: 1, BrimhaU Bros. Class 1. Brimhall Bros.; 2.. Brimhall Bros. Class mare: 1, Brimhall Bros.; 2, Brimhall Bros. t Section Class four years old or over: 1, G. B. Reid; 2, R. W. Brad- shaw; 3, J. H. Kimball. Class three years old: Levi Harker. Class yearling: 1, R. W Bradshaw. Class mare, foal at side: 1, R. W. Bradshaw. Class three years old: 1, Levi Harker; 2, R. W. Bradshaw. Rosedale Addition Lot 45, Block 3 for sale to highest bidder. Address H. HONEK Calumet Hotel Spokane, Wash. 200-6 Class two years old: 1, R. W. Bradshaw. Class 1, R. W. Bradshaw. Class mare: 1, R. W. Brad- shaw. Section Punch. Class four years old or over: 1, Ray Knight; 2, H.'W. Sav- ory. Class mare, with foal by 1, Ray Knight; 2, Ray Knight. Class three years old: 1, Ray Knight; 2, Ray Knight Class 1, Ray Knight: 2, Ray Knight. Olass mare: 1, Ray Knight; Ray Knight. Section four years old or over: l. Ray Knight: 2, Ray Knight Cla-ss three years old or over: 1, E. Mc- Abee, Section Bred. Class four years old or over: 1, John Taylor. Class yearling: 1, R. G. Addison. Class mare, with foal by side: 1, F. A, Ewing. Section Class two years old: 1, John Davidson. Class mare, with foal by side: 1, F. A. Ewing; 2, F. A. Ewing. Class of 1910: 1, F. A. 2, F A. Ewing. Class or filly, one year old: 1, F. A. Ewing; 2, F. A. Ewing. Class or filly, two years old: 1. F. A. Ewing; 2, F. A. EwicTg.'' Class driver: 1, Ray Knight. Class team to buggy: 1, Ray Knight. Section Class four years old: 1, F. A. Ewingr 2. Levi Harker. Class three years old: 1, Walter A. Jackson. Class mare, with foal by side: 1, -W. A. Jackson; 2, W. D. Whitney. Class 1, W. A. Jackson: 2, W. D. Whitney. or filly, one year old: 1, W. D. Whitney. Class or filly, two years old: 1. iW. D. Whitney. Class to carriage: 1, Jas. Aird. Section Draft Grade. Class mare, with foal by jside: 1, Brimhall Bros. Class mare: 1, Brimhall Bros. Class to wagon, not less than 2900 Ibs.: I, W. T. McCaugherty. 2, Brimhall Bros. Section Class mare, foal by -side: 1, A. Perry; 2, H. W. Savory. Class of 1910: 1, A. Per- ry; 2, H. W. Savory. Class or gelding, two years old, halter broken: 1, D. McLean. Class or gelding, one year old, halter broken: 1, A. Perry. Class agricultural team to wagon: W. T. McCaugherty; 2, Brimhall Bros. Class walking team to wagon, draught or agricultural, once CROPS AT MAGRATH AND CARDSTON Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co. Are offering for sale the cheapest lots on the market eacn situated north of track i The Alberta Ry. and Irrigation Co. around track: 1, J. B. Ririe; 2, McCaugherty. Class" Stallion: 1, R. A. Van Orman. SHEEP. ..Section Woo! Sheep. Class ram, two years old: j 1, J. B. Ririe. Class ram, one year old: 1, J. B. Ririe. Class ram lamb: 1, J. B. Ririe; 2. J. B. Ririe. Class ewes, over two 1, J. B. Ririe; 2, J. B. Ririe. Class yearling ewes: 1, B. Ririe; 2, J. B. Ririe. Class pair of ewes or vether lambs: 1, J. B. Ririe; 2, J. Ririe. Class best ram: 1, B. Ririe; 2, J. B. Ririe. Section Wool Sheep. Class ram, two, years: 1, ohn Taylor; 2, C. S. Crest. Clas-s ewes, over two ears: 1, C. S. Crest- Class best ram: C. S. Crest Wool. Cla-ss one year: 1, D. McCaig. Class ewes, two years: D. S. McCaig. Class yearling ewes: 1, S. McCaig. Class ewes or wether ambs: 1, D. S. McCaig. Class best ram: S. McCaig. Class lambs, 1910: I, C. Crest. SWINE. Section pure bred. Class over one year: 1, ethbridge Farming Co. Class over one year: 1, nd 2, Lethbridge Farming Co. Class under one year: 1, ethbridge Farming Co. Section Class over one year: 1, Alva Gould; 2. Lethbridge Farming Co. Class under one year: 1, Lethbridge Farming Co.; 2, Pawson Bros. Class under one year: i A. H. A. Griffith; 2, Pawson Bros. Class -boar, any age: 1, C. L. Kane. Section Class over one year: 3, Lethbridge Farming Co.: Leth- bridge Farming Co, Class under one year: 1, Lethibridge Fanning Co.; 2, Leth- Miss E. Cora Hind reports to the j Winnipeg Free Press on the crops in the Cardston and Magrath districts as follows: Cardston District. Cardston, Alta., .Aug. went di- rect to Cardston from Lethbridge, and after making a drive of 25 miles found the following: Cardston district had just 5 1-2 inches of moisture from January 1 to August 5. Nevertheless there is a fine crop of winter wheat, a fair crop of spring wheat on sum- mer fallow, and some very passable fields of oats. Good crops are due to splendid soil, good seed, excellent j cultivation, and an almost entire ab- sence of weeds. There are j acres of winter wheat tributary to Cardston, and a conservative estimate of average yield would ibe twenty bush els. There are quite a few fields that will run thirty to thirty-five, for- ty and forty-five, and part of one crop which took first in the standing grain competition will go between fifty and sixty. This field is owned by D. E. Harris, who has 500 acres in winter wheat. One or two fields showed slightly shrunken grain, .but the av- erage sample is hard and a fine color. About acres of spring wheat, all Preston, are tributary to Cardston. Of this area, aJbout one-half was on sum- mer fallow, and this will yield round fifteen bushels, the balance on spring plowing and stubble, will not go over seven or eight. Oats are not extensively raised, but there are a few fields that will run thirty-five to forty-five, and one or two may go fifty. Taking the district, the av- erage will be about twenty. Roots and potatoes will both be a short crop. There is a fair yield of hay on lower land, and a considerable amount of green feed will foe cut from fields of wheat and oats that have not.matur- ed. The long drouth was broken by good "showers after I arrived, and there has been more rain to-day. Not more than 2 per cent. of. land under crop in Cardston district has been plowed down. Large areas have been for the winter wheat, and should the present rain be sufficient to moisten the ground sowing of win- ter wheat will be quite active in an- other week. About one-third of the winter wheat crop is in stook and cut- ting is general. Cardston will be represented at the Dry-farming Con- gress by a splendid exhibition, which is now -being prepared by E. N. Bar- Coulee north to Magrath there are many barren fields of oats and spring wheat near the track, which no doubt have given rise to the reports of total crop failure in these sections, -but back from the railway there are many fine fields of grain, which promise excellent yields. Magrath District. Magrath, Alta., Aug. had a four-hour rain on Friday and another this morning. This rain ex- tendad for a radius of ten miles ar- ound Magrath, arid was sufficient to leave large pools in the roads that took the horses over the fetlocks. In a drive of fifteen miles west, south and east, it was -possible to get a very fair idea of conditions. 'Winter wheat while not so heavy xas that seen in Cardston district, is a very fair crop and will average from IS to 20 bush- els. There is a larger proportion of spring wheat at Magrath, and where it was on fallow land it will run from 12 to 14. On spring plowing, stub- >ble and breaking it is a failure. Oats are a practically total failure in this district. There are a number of fields that were sown to winter wheat which never sprouted, were then sown to spring wheat and that came only a few inches. These crops have been plowed down and the fields are ready for winter wheat. The area ready for winter wheat is double that sown last year, and the rain wijl 'put the ground in condition for the seed: -Magrath shipped last year about 000 bushels of wheat, and on an in- creased acreage will probably ship from to this year. From Raymond to Stirling. From Raymond to Stirling condi- tions are very much the same as de- scribed previously in the Lethbridge district. This section is what is known -as "under the and where irrigation has been employed. There are some excellent crops of winter wheat, and hay, but generally speaking returns from wheat will be very little if any more than bread and seed. A PROMINENT GREY COUNTY MAN NOW RESI- DENT IN THIS DISTRICT Special Attention! Charles H. Kerr, Auctioneer Having received instructions from sev- eral owners of city property, will sell "by public auction at a later date, several parcels of splendid city property. Other entries invited, Particulars and terms, apply to The Golden West Realty Co. CRABB STREET Phone 623. J.B.WiIkie P.O. Box 642, B.King DO YOU REALIZE that now, during general depression, is the time to .invest PRICES ARE LOW. Everyone anxious to selL We Can buy cheaper and give you the benefit. DO. YOU KNOW we are selling on the easiest terms. We 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 CASH If 'you 'need money come and see us. We have a plan that interest you. WE BUY LAND FOR CASH. LIST WITH US. FARM SECURITY COMPANY ker. Cardston to Magrath. Leaving Cardston at seven o'clock this morning, there were evidences of rain nearly all the -way. From Card- ston north to Spring Coulee the con- 1 ditions are Poetically the same as in I the Cardston -district, though the per- I centage of spring grain is slightly larger there, and the loss will be cor- respondingly greater. The rain, how- ever, is not too late to make some im- provement even here. From- Spring Ont., Review.) Dan McDougall is one of the best known and most esteemed residents of the township of Bentinck. Born in North Gray, 63 years ago, he moved with his eight years of age parents when to his present homestead, and has had a full share of the common experience of the pi- oneers of those days, and also of the pleasures and sorrows of many in all ages. The "writer well remembers him re- lating his first day going to school, hand in hand with his future wife, and of their friendship increasing with their years. He was married on the twenty-fifth day of November, 1875, and was blessed with a family of five sons and three daughters, all of whom are in a fair way to success, having more than the average-of the advan- tages of a good education. The young est, Catharine, now attending the Durham High School captured the GROW APPLES AT FRUITVALE WEST KOOTENAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA and live in comfort. You can live in an ideal climate, enjoy 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, plums, peaches, poultry, AND GROW RICH. .Others are doing not YOU? Splendid climafe. High winds and dust storms unknown. Proofs, plans, FRUITVALE LIMITED, 23 Ward St., Nelson B. C. tf bridge Farming'Co. Class pair spring pigs: 1, Lethbridge Farming Co.: 2, Pawson Bros. Class three porkers: 1, Lethbridge Farming Co.: 2, Leth- bridge Farming Co. ROYAL EDWARD BROKE RECORD Montreal, Aug. Canadian transAtlantic records were (broken to- day, when the Canadian Northern steamship Royal Edward arrived at Quebec at 11.05 a.m. She left Bris- tol at S p.m., Thursday last, British time, the voyage thus occupying five days and twenty hours approximately. From land to land the trip occupied three days, fourteen and a half hours. But for "fog, the steamer could have made much better time. She is due at Montreal at 10.20 to-night. OUTBREAK OF CHOLERA AN IMPERIAL DANGER. St. Petersburg, Aug. Rein, of the medical faculty of the university, who is an authority on in- fectious diseases, describes the pre- sent outbreak of cholera in Russia as an imperial danger. He estimated that the death list for 1910 already numbers 57.000. as compared with 000 in 1909, and in 1908. The danger is intensified, he says, by the fact that the epidemic has spread from the towns to remote rural dis- tricts, where it is difficult to combat. Fair Visitors Don't leave the city before you nave visited us ana placed your orders or Job Printing WE MAKE RUBBER STAMPS ON THE PREMISES Satisfaction Guaranteed THE LETHBRIDGE QUICK PRINT Corner Round and Dufferin Phone 1151 Box 271 Diploma for the district last year. The sustaining and cheerful influ- ence of a loving and faithful wife and mother for about twenty and a half years, made the 'break all the greater, when on the 10th day of May, 1895. j his beloved -wife was called to a bet- ter home. Added to this, the care of a jxmng family, the eldest girl, about thirteen years of age, and the young- est about three months. Those who hava. had a somewhat similar experience can better under- stand his loss, and the credit due him for maintaining a cheerful appearance in the face of difficulties, and although so much of his time is spent in public service, his particular welfare is for the welfare of his family. His grat- itude to" those kind friends who gave him timely assistance in time of trou- to his private affairs. His well kept farm and surround- ings, and also about four thousand dol- lars realized for personal property sold or on hand this past winter, is evidence of his industry and business ability. The large number attending his recent sale, and the handsome pre- from his school section and the outside of it who would like to do him honor, is evidence of the es- teem in which he is held by the public after his many years of service, be- ing thirty years school trustee. and[ twenty-nine years in succession col- lector for his township. He was one or the executive of the Grey and Bruce Fire Insurance Com- pany for twenty-six years, eleven years of which he was president, and needless to say, the board regret very much losing so valuable an assistant He was twice nominated for M. P. P. for South Grey, but refused this honor. He "was also returning officer for Soutb Grey. i One thing generally admitted about j Dan, is that whatever he took in hand to do he did with all his might As Le was generally acknowledged one of the leading and most successful wire pullers in his party, and al- though a Grit, first, last and all the time, Tories were always ready to ex- tend to iim the right hand of good fellowship as a foeman worthy of their steel. All regret the departure of -Mr. Mc- Dougall and his family from our midst, and join in wishing them suc- cess and prosperity in their new home in Southern Alberta, P. O., or wherever their lot may be cast REAL ESTATE FIRE INSURANCE Money to loan on improved city property and farm lands. RV, GIBBONS Co. Ott Block COLLECT FOR Home 315 street Modern House 7 street 5 rooms, Dufferin. Price ?25.00, Bartlett London Roomed House ?40.00. Argyle Argyie Ave. Dowsley o o h O r m o St. Sherlock car to show the HI COLLECT REAL ESTATE LOANS INSURANCE Asquith PHONE 1183 LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. T. N. CHRISTIE CO. Real Estate and Financi-al Brokers. Agents Diamond City Torrasite. Insurance, Loans T. N. Christie, Notary Public, Diamond City, Alta. ;