Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
The Lfthbridge Daily Herald, Friday, August 'a. ants Let Us Know Y We Sell All Kinds of Bidding Material, and deliver what we agree to deliver and when we agree to deliver THE CO. Westminster Road Phone 1063 Yirdi tt Lethbrldge N. Lethbridge Taber Bow Island Milk River High River Claresholm Nanton Granum Carmaugay Barons Kipp Jet. es, Shrubs, Roses, Vines, Hedging, etc 'For the past five years we have been busy preparing a line of stock suitable for prairie planting. We now offer you RUSSIAN POPLARS, beauties, straight and stocky in any size you want and at right prices. We have a full line of HARDY FLOWERING SHRUBS that .have been Alberta -tested and wintered beautifully. ROSES are harder to bring through but we have finally selected several vari- eties that -will thrive. ENGLISH BUCKTHORN. CARRAGANA and P1RPLE BER- BERRY (best of make splendid hedges and are perfectly hardy. We can ship you aline of PERFECTLY HARDY FRUIT TREES AND SMALL-FRUITS that "will grow anywhere that a little protec- tion is given them from the spring winds. We absolutely GUARANTEE all items TO GROW that we re- commend the planting of. Let us get in correspondence with you in regard to these things. Remember OCTOBER IS THE TIME TO PLANT when done right. We instruct you. No trouble to price your wants. Send for price list now wnile you think of it. Kootenay MIRROR LAKE PRIZEWINNERS AT THE LETHBRIDGE FAIR The list of prize-winners given toe- low practically completes the lisr There are still a few special classes that have not yet 'been entered up and are therefore not available fo publication. MORSES (Continued) Section 11 Saddle Horses. Class Saddle horse, over 15.1 to be ridden: 1, Jas. Aird; 2, W. T -McCaughertv. .Class 93 Best boy rider, under 15 years, horse or pony: 1, Hay Knight; 2, H. Henderson. Class Best girl rider, under 15 years, side or astride: 1, Miss. Ross; 2, Miss W. -Whitney. Class 95 Best lady rider; 1, Miss Special. Section Four year old stallion: 1, W. Mc- Adoo; 2, P. L. 'Naismith. Yearling- stallion; 1, J. F. Rodgers. Brood mare and foal; 1 and 2, P. L. Naismith. Three rear old filly: '1, P. L. 'Nais- FAMILIES FOR B. C. English Settlers Coming under Direc- tion of an M. P. New York, Aug. -N. -Griffiths, 'M.P., for, Wednesbury, England, ac- companied by Mrs. Griffiths and -S. E. Oliver, managing director of the Do- minion and British Lands. (Limited; has left for Vancouver. They are to found colonies in the Northwest, and to study railway conditions .there. In an Interview Mr. Griffiths "I am going to Vancouver to found a township called Wednesoury, where we shall establish English fam- ilies. Seventy families are already on the ground. "I am also going out to Vancouver as a railway dock and tunnel con- structor to make a general review of the railway situation in ibehalf of my own firm and a group of capitalists, with the idea of taking a prominen part in the development of Canadian resources. We are interested in the construction -of railways, docks anc subways in Chili and Africa to the es -tent of Mr. Griffiths has just returned from South America and Panama, -where he inspected the canal and its methods .of building, having accompanied to iNew York the President of Chili. Majestic Theatre WM. P. CULLEN Offers trie largest and best musical attraction ever in Letkbriclge Pixley and Luder's Musical Masterpiece Is It Possible? Trie Idea! with GUS. C. WEINBURG and 50 OTHERS 50 including the ORIGINAL KANGAROO GIRLS Tnis attraction played at the Walker Theatre, Winnipeg, during the Exposition PRICES jMi Sale at the Red Cross Drug and Book Store Foal: l, p. L. Naismith. Dry mare: I, w. McAdoo; 2, Jas. Aird; 3, H. W.' Savory. Special team: 1, P.'L. Naismith. CATTLE. Section Class and up: 1, Geo. J. 2, Alva Gould. Class two years old: 1, Pawson Bros.; 2, J. B. Ririe. Class one year old: .1, D. Pryde; 2, J. B. Ririe. Class calf of 1910: '1, J. Ririe; 2, Pawson Bros. Class with calf at foot: 1 and 2, A. J. H. Griffith. Class two years 1, D.Tryde; 2, J. B. Ririe. Class one year old: l, Pawson Bros; 2, D. Pryde. Class calf of 1910: 1, and 2; A. J. Griffith. Class .bull and three fe- males, owned -by one exhibitor; 1, D. Pryde. Section Bred, Dairy Breeds Class three years and Jas. Johnston, Holstein. Class two years old: 1, J. Leauwrick, Holstein. Class of 1910: 1, Ed. Hodges, Jersey. Section Cattle (Beef Breed) Class three years or ov- er, for breeding, milking or in calf: 1, Andrew Graham; 2, Jas. Johnston- Class two years old: 1, Andrew Graham; 2, Johnston. Class one year old: 1, Jas. Johnston; 2, Jas. Johnston. Class four females, one year and over, owned and bred by exhibitor: 1, Jas. Johnston. Section Cattle (Dairy Breeds.) Class three years or over, milking: l, Lethbridge Farming. Co.; 2, W. D. Whitney. Class two years old: 1, and 2, Jas. Johnston. Class one year old: 1, Jas. Johnston; .2, Jas. Johnston. Class calf: 1, Jas. John- ston; 2, W. D. Whitney. Class three females, one year and over, owned and --bred by exhibitor: 1, Jas. Johnston. Special Section .Polled Angus. Class two years: 1, D. Pryde. Class aged: 1, D. Pryde. one year: 1, D. Pryde. Class calf 1910: D. Pryde. Class calf, 1910: I, D. Pryde. Class bull and three fe- males, owned rassment face. The, had many years to go before she would learn" 'that kissing people's hands -.av-ipretiycustonr which the; race does not cultivation of land and the almost en- tire absence of weeds. the liquor on to that name next time you .want a rickey that .just right that crilp> .dry tang .to fine! Q'rdar.- C original Plymouth JOHN D. fence -was in takin an Indian 50 02 H O B Cleveland, Ohio, Aug. J- Halloran, the deputy sheriff who got service on John D, Rockefeller in the damage suit 'brought by Fiau- lay. oil men, said today: "If you have-an impression Mr- Rockefeller is a grouch get rid.of itf quick. Take it from me, she's" one of the finest old fellows you'd want to meet. Another thing, John D. is good for many years -yet if you judge by his elastic step. "I applied at the big gate in the ordinary way. Keeper Pat Lynch tel- ephoned to the house. Back came the message: 'Mr. Rockefeller would see Mr. Halloran.' "Before I knew it Rockefeller had me by the hand and was leading me into the parlor. Once more outside, I came near pinching myself to see if I hadn't been dreaming. Then I said to myself, you've shaken hands with the richest man in the world. Now shake hands-with the poorest.' I grabbed one hand with the other and beat it for a street car." unit O -co OQ CO CO w C H bo OQ Beginning Monday, August 8th Ending Saturday, August 13th Tomorrow is your last chance to get Shoes at ;Eair Week Bargain Prices. In a Shoe Bargain Sale it's prices that talk, and the following are some of our great reductions for Fair Week Only REGULAR SALE PRICE Ladies' vici kid, patent tip Oxfords..... Ladies' fine vici Md one-strap Pumps Ladies' tan lace Oxfords, fine quality Ladies' fancy patent Oxfords......---- Ladies' white Canvas Oxfords_____.... fi.40 Gents'Canvas Shoes Children's patent Slippers (one strap) Children's Canvas Oxfords............ .95 Children's .95 Misses' vici pat. tip Oxfords........... Gents' tan fine kid Gaiters............. Gents' Oxfords Men's Work Shoes.................... In the Royal Shoe Store you will find Shoes for the ladies; Shoes for the bahies; Shoes for Cousin Kate and Uncle Joe; Shoes for sister and her "best beau. 131 -W 'O OD 00 cc CO H O B CO CO H O B CO co H O B cc CO rvt O B CO I ROYAL SHOE STORE Crabb St., opp. Bank of Montreal SHOES! SHOES! K. Watton, Prop. SHOES! SHOES! SHOES! SHOES!