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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDQI. A LT A F R I D A Y A U G U ST 14, HOI PAGE THftfft ON MM to U 81 SIMV CwHilit ill Sli Cirri it Cruys bf Hill t Bottli it DR. FOWLER'S EXTRACT OF WILD STRAWBERRY. Wm. FIcwelling, Arthur, Out., "I find it much pleasure to recommend DR. FOWLEK'B EXTRACT or LIVE STOCK AT THE LETHBR1DGE FAIR The live.slock classes of the Fair (By a Special Contributor.) but rather mixed in type, varying from the slender thoroughbred to thi> show vory decided growth in interest in good stock in the Leth bridge dis- trict. Though all live stock were not filled, there was in every case a decided advance in quality j and in many important classes a very eleven.fifty cow it was .decid- ed to split tlie clasK by giving a sue-, cial for cow horses. This drew four, of .which string Tom McCaught rty first honors with a quick acting bay, JUwing was close after. In the WILD STRAWBERBY as a grand cure for K, inci.eaM, in numbers; In draught remaining, honors there 'were three Summer Complaint. My little boy, cr.c entirc wliicli" must be consid. I ul .iwyruughored' type and a black year old, very bad with it, and a few cured ako used it on my other nix children for cramps, and rtill have half the left I cannot praise it too much." DR. FOWLER'S EXTRACT WILD STRAWBERRY is tlie greatest of all for. all bowel complaints such ae Diarr- hoea, Dysentery, Colic, Sumrnex Com- plaint, .Beware of imitations and by the unscrupulous dealer for the sake of greater profits They are dangerous to your health, -It is manufactured by The T Mil- bum Co., Limited. Toronto Ont See that- the name appears ou the wrapper Price 35 cents ered the ones most generally useful I nearcr height and nice horse and necessary for .the' improvement of the country''stock, it would be FROM GRAIN TO BISCUITS State of Washington a Record Against the World hard to find a finer exhibit than the twenty, Shires and Percher, ons that word'strung out in the stock parade. The Shires were all good ks. The Clydes wore an education n the qualities of tlie breed that the Lethbrfdge have nevtr had the chance of -receiving and the Shires were also a memor. ious lot though not so numerous as the classes. The sweep, stakes competition always contained horses of the class'and breed they stood for. The chief ex. hibuors hu" Clydes were Harvey, Smith ;and Lee and J. R. Hinshaw, who stood in the order named. Har- vey's horse was an animal of finfi Clyde and draught type and of beau- tiful action confirmation. The 2nd horse was of snugger and thicker build and a most useful sort. Hin. shaw had two Clydes, one in aged niuL one in twos. The colt was a splendid animal and the other two Color, Flavor, Fragrance are the strong points of of .combination sort but also a little on the small side for gentleman's saddle, This horse belonging to Al- bert Ives took first money. He had fine- trotting) action. McKtmie of Pincher stood next, A niiirked improvement in the Shorthorn class wi.-s evident this year but it was ISit- oiily iii 'the fair. Tin: Hcrefords that have been part of the .show in other years ab. Kent. J. B. Uyric led in Shorthorns." D.. .Pride, of was. his .strongest competitor but bijjth were put hack in tlu- championship bull class by Pawson of Coaldale who'hud a fine roaii 8 months oUl-calf. Eyrie had an excellent lot of females. A few grades were shqwn and a single Holstein bull and one Jersey female. Sheep and Swine The sheep pens contained two pure bred flocks, one of wool, the other of the mutton breeds. Ryrie had a full Daily Herald Market Place have to sell or to piice it ii tfcis cohuM. If yoM wut use tbU 25c 6 tucrtiou for STRAYED Prom Grassy Lake, July SYNOPSIS OF COAL MIN'iNQ REO ULATIONS Coul mining rights ot the Dominion iii Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the North-West TerritoricB and Briiiab Coluuroia, miay be leas-ad (or a term of twenty-one years at annual rental of an acre Not more than acres wili 29, two be leased to one applicant. LAL'S PURE TEA It's RICH, CLEAK COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE and DE- LICIOUS .FLAVOR have made it hosts of friends. Are YOU one yet? corrv] ldjng; white face I and white hind legs crop ears, and one black gelding. Both branded bar over flying U, and have forelocks cropped. Seen near Lethbridg> last week. Jleward for information lead- ing to their recovery. R.Galvin, 32.9-12, Grassy Lake. 204.5 IT IS PURE! Ram Tea is sold only in Lethbridge by THE BENTLEY CO. LTD. FOR SALE Five -roomed cottage on Burdett St. Apply 620 Burdett St. 201.0 could stand in good company with. credit. General Purpose Spokane, Wash., Aug. The .general purpose and agricul- mado from flour, of which-the plunip I tural classes were pretty well fillid. heads or grain nodded .lazily in the morning sun 22 minutes is a recorded in Waitsburg, Wash., south of Spokane. It is Ixj- lieved to be a world's record. The was cut on a by Tf. presWpnt The animalB--were ,iof ._i... much, more uniform class than .in previous years and show that good sires are being the horse classes generally it might be said that there was not re taken fit stock to show it to best advantage and the class of nice strong Rambouillets, good smooth and heavy. He had a splendid sliearling rani. J. Pas.sey of Magrath had nice lot of Shropshires true to typeA nicely turn. fd and good exhibition stuff. His of the Washington State Farmers' fault- was apparent in the general Educational and .Co-operative union, two miles from town, was ground into flour at the Prcston-Parton mill and baked by A. resi- dents of the tcjwr., including Mayor R. M. Breeze, R. II. Ormsbec, form- erly attorney of Walla Walla county, E. L. Wheeler, editor of the Waitsburg and P.'. B. general merchant. The purpos? classes more than in. any other. Among the local breeders Me. Caugherty Russell were prominent. Lane't Percherbn..... In Percherons Geo. Lane led. irr both numbers and quality. He had entries in all the sections ewes -and his flock leader, were fine sheep indeed The prize fist should take account oi'the different breeds of sheep instead of making a single class for sheep. Judge Ander- son." made the division. It is to be hoped that both the sheep and swine classes will be bet- ter filled in the future. The >6ird Fanciers Lethbrftlge has always excelled in poultry and this year is no exception. Wyandottes and buff and barred Socks were the strongest classes but male and female. His stock-was gen. If the father (or mother, if the fa'-m-.r is deceased) of a homesteader lias permanent residence on farming land owned solely by him, not less than eighty (80) acres in extent, in tiie vicinity of the homestead, or up- on homestead entered foi by him in the -Hcinity, such homesteader mar perform his own residence duties by living with the father (or C-i) The term "vicinity" ia the two proceeding paragraphs is defined aa meaning not more than nine milea in a direct line, exclusive of the width 1 DAY MORE And the Big Sale is over, Cuine and make your selection from one of the best assorted stocks in Westeni Canada. 20 per cent discount on Curtiins and Draperies, Carpet Squares and Rngs; }5 per cent discount on Fnrnitnre, Linoleums and Pictures. Sale is over August IBth. Ibe Turpm Furniture Co. COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS rady aiui Throe Persons. A. L. Roy P.O. FUi82 JUS. FRAME Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 Tenders SEALED TENDERS will be rec iv_ MI by the undersigned until five clock p.m., August 17th, 1903, for I the erection of a brick fire hall for i tho, Ci.7 of Lethbridgi-. Plans am I specifications niny s en at the of jfices-of tho Architect. Southard Build ing, Lethbridge. Each tender to be accompanied by a c -rlified cheque for t-n p r cont. of tho tender arfd payable to the S crotary Treasurer of the City of L thbridge- The cheque to be f r_ to th.' City if the tenderer failr. FOR SALE On Bartlett St., one of the nicest residences in Lethbridge. All mod- ern, you will be pleased when you see it. Price easy teems. Apply E. T. McGregor, P. 0. Block or Box 387 Lethbridge, Altn. 07.6 WANTED Situation in dry and carpet,