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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 191S v YW! LrtTHRmnGR DAO.t NF.RAI.w PAGE THREE (THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S Wellington VWE LA REP CROSS? HE Mflpr HIM- SELF SO VIABLE TO OP W'JIMC X> VCSKWf KiR 1H6 SB) CROSS. ITS A VWWtRWL tffj f. ?j i jBUTf r'ERYC I DttUA i i V __ J THEY HW6 ABOUt DECIDED TO FAIR PRIZE LIST Tlio prizo list of the LelhbrMge Bi- D. I.osey and Son; 2nd, Tslrs. H. J. hibitlou Is only now heing completed. Gold; 3rd, John Bowilcii. Following are awardsin grains, Brass. es anil dairy products: Grain and Seeds, Hard spring wheat, 1 J. XV. Lucas, Cayloy; 2nd, Noblo Founda- tion, Noblcford; 3rd, Andrew Snerret, Coalhurst; 4tb, P. Mackintosh, llac- leoj. i White oats, 1 I. W. Lu- cas- 2nd, Noble Foundation; 3rd, Turner, Calgary; 4th L. B. Losey and Son, Winnlfred. Six-rowed barley, 1 John Hamilton, Coaldalo; End, 11. Mackintosh. Two-rowed barley, 1 J. W. Lucas; 2nd, B. H. Young apd Son, DeWlulon. ___ Peas, 1 J. W. Lucas; ?nd, jolm Hamilton; 3rd, Canada. Land and Irrigation Coinpany: Medicine Hat. Ityei 1 J. W. Lucas; 2nd, p. li. .Young and Son. 1 Beans, 1 John Hamilton. Flaxsced, 1 Giffen Bros.; Alia.; 2nd, J. W. Lucas. Timothy seed, 1 Join Uronie grass, i peck, J. Lucas; 2rid, John Hamilton. Western rye grass, l.peck, lit. J. W. Lucas. Alfalfa teed, 1 Canada Land and Irrigation Company; 2cd Giffcn Dr'oa.; 3rd, J. P. Irwln. Millet seed; 1 Cilfien Bros. Sheaf Grains and Grasses. Spring wheat, 1 B. S. P.IH-SO.I; 2nd, H. Gwatkln. Oats, white, John Ham- ..ilton-'. Red clover, 1 L.03. Losey anil Son. Brome grass, 1 R..Gwat- Wn; 2nd, L. B. Loscy and Son. lire .rrass, 1 L.. and Son.' Alfalfa, 1 John Hamil- ton; 2mi, R.; Gwatkin, Lelhbriilge; 3rd, P. Fawns, Raymond. Tt, Cwatfctn; 2nil, John Hamlllon; 3rd, D. F.-Pawns. Rauo, 1 D. F. Fawns. Farm dairy bylte'r, 10 Ibs., In print John Bowden; 2nd, U B. Losey and Son; 3rd, Mrs. M. J. Uould. Cheese, Uome made, loll milk, S to 10 John Bowden, Lclhhridge. Kggs, 1 dozen specials, producers Andrew Graham; 2nil, Mrs M.'J. Gould.V Eggs, 1 dozen extras, producers only Andrew Qraham; 2nd, 31rs. M. J. Gould. Best dressed Jlrs. M. Goulil. Domestic Manufactures, Uest loaf of bread, baked from Tay lor Mfg. Co.'s Government Slandari Flour, with Hie required amount o substitute-rlst, Sirs. J. W. Helms; 2nd, Jlrs. C. Carlylo. Best loaf o'c bread, baked from Bill son Jllg. Co.'s Government Standard Flour with the required amount of sub Mrs. J. W. Helms; 2nd Mrs. C. Carlyle. Collection home made pickles, three Mrs. C. (jarlyle; '2nd Mrs. John Hamilton. Collection of cultivated fruit jam, Mrs. John Flamilton 2nd, Mrs. C. Carlyle. Collection of jellies, 4 1st, Mrs.' John Hamilton; Collection of canned fruit, 4 varie .i s 11 rs, Raspberry vinegar, 1 Mrs. C. Carlylc. Any Mrs .Carlyle. Orango Mrs. John Hamilton; 2nd, Mrs. G. Best collection Giffen Bros. sheaf Besi collection wild L. Pair Red Cross Work.r Mrs. Jatne 2nd, Mrs. L. Lundy; 3rd Mrs. Knox. Day shirt, Mrs. Shand 2nd, Mrs. Jos. Davidson; 3rd, Green. "v Dressing Jos. pi irtson; 2nd, Raymond Red Cross; Sri Mrs. Lundy. A. Wilson Surgeon's operating Helselh; 2nd, Mrs. Loscy and Son; 2nd, John ilnmll- ton. Roots and Vegetables. Asparagus, ,-13 John Hamlllon; 2ml, T. a-Watkins. BerJls, round, hunch of H. Barlle; 2nd, John Hamilton. v' Carrots, short, bunch of G. Olasaer. hunch of R. Bartte, Lothbrlflgc. 0. Glas 'Hamilton. _ j-v John' HarfciKon; Slid, jolin Bowaen'; 3rd, R.'Bastle. i.: Polatoesj six; Jofm Ham- Jolin Hamilton. Turnips, white, bunch of slx--lst, R Bar tie; 2nd, F. Fawns; 3rd, John Hamilton. Rhubarb, six G. Classer; Slid, T. B. Watkins; 3rd, Jolm Hsmil (on. Uost collection John Hamlllon.. '-Fresh Fruits. Strawlierrles, 1 B. :laaeyi Winnifred; End, John Hamil- ton, Coaldaie. PLANTS AND CUT FLOWERS, -Pot PJanlt. Best Fred. Hick. Asparagus, Mrs. 0. Carlylc. Pansies, six varieties, Iwo of let, "Mrt. 0. Ufasser; 2nd, Mrs. C. Sweet 6 varieties, named, no R. Barlld; 2nd, Jlrs. 0. Classer.- Sweet I'cas, 6 varieties, decoration allowed, arranged tor Mrs. O. Oliuicr.. Best colleellon cut flowers, outdoor Mrs. 0. Olasscr. JJesl spray for IfibJc Mrs. 0. Olasseri 2nd, John Hamilton; 3rif, L. B, J-osoy and Son liesl. bbufiu'pt oi fiowers grown in farm L. B. Jxisey and Son, -Dairy Products, Onp packagp creamery hultcr, tifl !ba. In Crystal D.ilry Ltd.; 2nd, Central Creameries; 3rd .Calgary Ccnlral Creameries. One. package crenmery Irallcr, it Cafgary Central Creamferlca: 2nd, Crystal Dairy, Lid; 'Srd, Eckvlllf! Ccnlral Creameries. One package ,c'rearnery butler, Bnlld Isl, Crystal Dairy Lid.; 2nd, Eckvlllo .Central Cream cries; 3rd, Calgary Ccnlral Creamer los. noil ,ol Irallcr, dairy, 0 V 3rd, Raymond Red Cross. Nurte's .Coaldaie Re Cross; Raymond Hed 3ri airs. Babbs, Warner. Ward slippers, Mrs. Gla: pey, Lethbridge; 2nd, Mrs. Preston Warner; If. Kelley, Sprln Coulee. _ Day socks, Mrs. W, Roy; 2nd, Jlrs. J. McKtiy; Mr Isabel SIcplurc. Pneumonia Mrs. Bennett, Spring Coulee' 2nd, Mrs. V Morrow, Spring Coulee. Operating Mrs. 1 Lundy; 2nd, Mrs. A. Wright; 3rd, Ra mond lied .Cross. Stretcher Jos. Davi son; 2nd, Mrs. Laing, Warner; 3r Mre.'Laurle.. Personal property Mrs. 3nd, Raymond Heil 3rd, Mrs. A. Hyssop. Mrs. J 2nd, Mrs. McKinnon; 3rd, "Jliss AmQutation dressings Mis. Harieraan; 2nd, Raymond Ret Cross.......... Shaped Raymond Tla ross; Mrs. Sprin Cooleo. Flannel Mrs. W. P, 2nd, Mrs.-Lep. Coombs; .3rd, SIlss fiwitzcr, Warner. :Cotton Mrs. Fred Hol- mes; 2nd, Raymond fled Cross; 3rd, Mrs. II. Jollffe, Spring Coulee.- "T" Freda Ilagell; 2nd, Mrs. G'. Glasser; 3rd, Irolrt Peter- on. "Many tall" Freda A. Hagell; 2nd, Raymond Red Cross; 3rd Mrs. 0. y. Howell, Spring Coulee. Pllton-sltp-lsl, Jlrs. II, Jolllffo; 2nd, .Mrs, Watson; 3nl, Clothed In a native. Xew Zealand ostumc, Miss Leila Dlomtield in' her ecturo "New Zealand, the Soulh Sea carried her audience' back vllh ber to that far-off island'of the outhern seas'. With glorious coloring he sketched discovery of Now Zeal- nd, and the habits and costumes of he natives, who in picturesque sur ounding of natural tgeyscrs builil heir thatched huts, doing their cook ng and washing in the naturally hoi water found there. The climate Is mild wild great quantities of rain and pro- uctng unequalled scenery- and a ivon .erfully loyal, musical and brave icople. i Government Ideals. The tendency of the New ;overnment, said Miss Blorafield, Is to ry, to settle on an equal basis the modern problems of industrial life The belief that right is might prevails here. Laws are formed there and test- ed quickly to prove their suitability. 'The success of democracy }n Xew Zealand-lies In the fact that. 95 per cent; of tho people vote- and that tlio ;overnnient owns and controls all im- portant concerns. There the railroads are run for service only, not for- pro- fits to private individuals. If a net return of more than 4 .per. cent, is turn- ed in, the rales-are Immediately-re- duced, while children having to attend school orer tho railroads travel passes. In every way possible the gov- ernment protects the wage .earner from extortionate rales wllh the result that there are no slums or destitutes n Mew Zealand, nor are there any millionaires. Larrs provide for S hour nays, for a weekly lialt holiday, with pay and rigid observance of Sunday. Zealand Laws. The speaker Iben gave some exam- pies of their laws. The Old Ago Pen- sion Law gives a pension to all over 65 years of age wbo have lived in the Dominion for 25 years. The Compul- sory Arbitration Act is .made lo-deal with industrial rights. The govern- ment encourpgOR.lhe union of all em- ployers and laborers and dispute's, arc brought before a court of the district and if not settled Ihcre carried'Inlo Ihc court of arbitration whoso chair- man is the the- Supreme Court and the decision of this "court is considered final. This saves 99. per cent, of strikes and lockouts and noes not stop industry or ruin progress.-By the Land Rc-purchaso Act the govern ment compels owners of idle am: empty tracts of land lo sell at a reas enable figure if they will not work it which gives the land to (ho deserving worker and prevents spcculalion Tfierc Is also a law against undesir able- citizens which prohibits various nations from entering and provides for a S500 poll tax and severo educa tional tax for others. The country "dry'1 by vote of its people aud largo trusts and .corporations are not'al loTOd. Ail tho lawn -of New .-Zealand are based on th'e needs and demands oi her people, and the country realize, the citizens' right to'llve, emphasizing Moose Jaw, Aug. de- ighted." That Is the of Atholstan of Montreal, when be irrived here today enroute to tho Pac- fie Coast. He said he was amazed at tho maguiludo of Ihc farms and the excellent condition oi the grain, some of which he, said Mas already being rut. He said be wa? sorry that lie had delayed coming lo Canada so long as heMiad seen su raauy inlerest- iug sights since Icimug Winnipeg. This is his first Irlp wcsl. Ho will KO lo the coast by way of tho C. P. li. and como back over the Uranil Trunk BARON ATHOLSTAN IN WEST REPLIES Have- been received for .Se following bcx numbers and aro walling to be called for. 10, 14, 15, 16. IS, 25, 26, 35, 37, 53, 75, I'-'. Send a Dominion Express Money Order. Five dollars costs three cents. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS Replytni Mentloo Tfas TIeraldl Tlie' induction of Kev. J. Kllison r> Hunnymedo Presbyterian Church took tilave. Ilev. Mr. Kllison was for- merly pastor of Knox Churvh, Fort William. Ho succeeds Uev. B. li. Weathurall, who was given leave- of absence a year ago to recover his health, and who w-as forced to relin- quish Ills task eventually. Machinery and Tractor Repairs OF ALL KINDS Cylinders rcoored and refilled ivith new pistons. Gears and grates for all popular mates o( engines. G. Kischel Lessee of the Lethbridge Iron Works, bur ani sell used of- ce furniture, typettriters. etc. Ever- 11 and Franks.- son. Miss Jfary Dunlop; 2nd, Mrs. Woodruff, Spring. Coulee; 3rd, Mrs. Ed, McKenzle, 'Hyasop. Pair Mrs. W. 1'. Roy; 2nd, Mrs. 0. StA. Mrs. J. W. OicKean; Pair towels, Mrs.- O, Glasser; 2nd, "Mrs, "L-. Chapman, Spring Coulee. Quilt, 'Haymona Wash ilplh, Mu. Wnlcli, Warner; 2nd, Miss E. ey; 3rd, Josle Green, the enlhroncthent of the individual One man's right mnst stop where Ihi next man's right bcginsiwhlch aptrlt of true democracy.1 Ulomfield then went on I tell of the glorious part New Xealanr; had played in tho war, fcc (lie nobk yd terrible sacrifice made at fjalltpol by her sons and their right lo bnlnn to Hie noble name of AN2AC, Iho Au: Irallan-New Zealand T new Zeatanil belongs the sending the highest percentage an of the Hrillsh colonies to the war While behind Iho men are slandln tho women of New Zealand doing thel hard and great part. To Canada Nov Zealand sends Ihlg message, ''Canada with all tho strength %of your wbride ful'resjstancc, and you womanhood, slay with us to the end. The Glenn Wells Company delighted' the audience wllh Iholr clover solrk- lions. f I Owrge Lloyd, 0( Winnipeg, was Injured liy Ihc fall of a heavy trap door In Iho land titles, office. Figures authorized .for publication by Major General LecWe, general offi- cer commanding, show- that out of Hrlllsh Cohiinbla'soldlcfs-selil oVcrscas slnco 1914, nearly 8000 hard since received tlielr dis- charge or have been sent'to rfthe'r duties within (tils VANTED TO car load of ood dairy cows. Apply P.O. Box 02, City. .Phone 'K. 210-6 lease small coal mine, ive location, and material first letter. "Apply Box 57, terald. -n. Small ng machine, capable, ol being driven 20 H. P. gas cngiijo. Blower and ell-feeder preferred. Address Bos 7S, Icrald. kinds.of house anil Ign painling. Bulietin work a spe- laity. ' given on large or imall Johs anywhere.. G. LaPoint, "hone 115, Magralh, Alia. ilO-ti head'cattle. Will ex- change Jinosl tn-o-section n Saskatchewan, basis an acre. Wire or write owner full parlicuiars. W.--Wi Tihhals, Dunlilane, SasV. 208-C STOCK WANTED When yrii have cattle, sheep togs. for sale, phone 1796. BILL CHALLES, 17 12th St. A. south. Lethbridge. WADDINGTON, THE TCC- TIONEER, BOTH SELtS ANI) BUYS FURNITURE. TIP TOP CON- YOU EITHER WAY. SULT HIM BEFORE SELL. PHONEJ7Q, AFTER 6 P. M. -169. SPACIOUS SALES ROOMS AND STORAGE, S. 0, E. BUILDING; IOTH ST. s. AUTO UYERY Careful, courteous service. .Cars suitable for any Tveathcr. Special ratea to steady custom- ers or long (rips. Phones: -Nijlit 787 Tractor Repairs We Fpetiallze In reboring gas tractor cylinders, auU fitting oversize'pistons nnd rings. We have in stock at present" oversize pistons for all popular makes of gas'tractors. Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN 216 1st Ave. S. BROS. Phone 1732 KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND KEATING co. Priori 1892 710 Fifth a. SMALL BUNCH OF CATTLE FOR SALE PRICE RIGHT. CHASl T. COUSINS .SKIFF, COBB PASSES TEST Chicago, Aug, Cobb. Detroit slar outfielder anil balsman yeslerday topk.thts 4 aminatlon for a commission In the gas and flame- division of 4 Iho .army, He was prflnounCed In perfect physical condition In' i every particular, Cobb was given deferred classlflcallori in the, draft becatiso of dents. 4 GREEN FEED FOR WINTERING CATTLE Wo aro prepared to runilsh Farmers and Kaiicho're with any amount of Green Feed (Frosted Wheat) baled and loaded on cars for shipment -.south .or stacked In fields In North Coun- try for feeding on tbo ground., Can place large number' of stock for winter feeding In Ed- monton, Beaver Rlyer and Heaca Hlvor Districts on shares anj by 'Iho season. Wo can sell your calllo and Iheep for you on tW best Icrraj available. For Prices and Terms n-ire, write plipne. Do It now, as tho reason Is sn'oii' and llmo 'lies. Mercantile Traderi' Excbutge MO Tejler Block, Edmcnton AllwrU' 5422 '_ 201-12 Dr.A.T.Spankie C.M. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Office' rooms 121-122 New P. Burns Building, Corner Sib. and 2nd St. East, Calgary. Office Phone M2S48 Residence Phone JI2Q77 interne and "House Surgeon, Manhallan Kye, Ear, ?mse- and Throat Now York City, 1411-1914.' Specialist to Calgjry School Board NOTICE Xollce Is hereby given that Mike osbasViie of MO 12th'St. C. X. I-etU- in tfio province of Alberta, in- nds lo apply for a license to operate pool room ul Nintn Avcnuo N'. etdbridge. The application has been ilirorcd lii" W. IX L. Ilardie. Mayor. 311KB ROSHASKIB, 0-L Anpltcanl. find Out More about the WONDER HEALTH RESTORER K you ate troubled with rhcu- "niatisui, asthma, or a sick stom- ach, let us introduce you lo .Lethbrldge people who liavc ab j ready proved Its worth. Wo will senil a fulTboofe Qt Calgary tcstlraoalals. OQ request. PHONE 733 FOR THE 0. K. REPAIR SHOP Shoes and Small .Machinery 817 Third Ave. APPLY J. W. 80S Sixth Avenue S. Lethbridge Agent FARM LABOR THE PROVINCIAL: DEPART- MENT OF AGRICULTURE HAS OPENED A BUREAU IN THE BOARD OFFICES LETHBRlDGE To secure and distribute' farm labor. Farmers wishing to secure help should apply Immediately to M'R. J. A. who has "charge of'thts Iree service.' PHONE 1603 THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting of all kinds. Agents' for the }VorId Famous Delco Light Country wiring a specialty. SU 4Ul Avenue BOK 3J4 Phone 735 DRAYING Of All KtndJ WesternTranSfcrCo, Limited P. B. PHONH tin ttiblw 4N4 Nursing Mission PURE FRESH MILK From luborcnlosls-testcd cowii requiring such milk .for'babies mar do ao dally. The milk Is freo to thosa itho cannot pay for it, and cost (o those who can. AUCTIONEER Lohg experience In stoek'ano" fnrm machinery. Sales' conduct- ed in any part of Alberta, P.LAVALLEY I COALDALE, "ALBERTA' For Dates .ind Rates Call The Dowsley- Land Agency, Leth- bridge. Phone 1809 Sheet Metal Expert Hot. Air ,J Work Phoni 1713 JJO (ith St. 8. Albtrtl SPENCER AUTO LIVERt NIGHT TRAIN OR HOJ3PJTAL CALLS, LETHBRIDGE HOTEL. CLOSED CAR RHONE 1324 Reliable Shoe Repairs THE CITY BOOT AND SHOE -REPAIR SHOP." H. LANGLEK, Prop. 4OS 2nd Are. S.' Phone nit Next Fire Hall L. A. H. Roosa Transfer We meet trains Day and Nfght. See.ut at or Phone 1MB DONT THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TO OFFER Sec'r Veteran' Chb' ;