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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta saturday, august 17, 1918 , page three V^U. Of WMMC TO ycffkm foR ^ w( HftRD bdr^ff: And H/^S.p RENDERED MUCH VAlU^BU \ IN rpcr he H'^s M^pr himself so V/��UJABl.E TO *THE They have about decided "to -SEND H�n TO FRANCE To \U56Kj5nrER THINCtS FAIR PRIZE LIST 'fho prlzo list of the I.ethbrldgo Ex- B. Losey and Son; 2nd, Mrs. M. i. hJbltion (8 only now being completed FoUowlne arc awards in grains, grasses and dairy products: Grain and Seeds. Hard spring whoat, 1 bushel-Ist, J. W. Lucas, Cayloy, 2nd, Noble Pounda^ tion, Nobleford; 3rd, Andrew Sherret, Coalhurst; 4th, P. Mackintosh, Mac-lood. Wliilo oats, 1, J. W. Lu-'cas; 2nd, Noble Foundation; 3rd, W. Tnrnor, Calgary; 4th L. B. Losey and Son, Winnifred. Sixrowed barley, 1 bushel-1st, John Hamilton, Coaldalo; 2nd, H. Mucklntosli. Two-rowed barley. 1 bushel-1st, J. W. Lucas; 2nd, K. If. Young and Son, UoWlnton. Peas. 1 peck-1st, J. W. Lucas; 2nd, .lolin Hamilton; 3rd, Canada Land and Irrigation Company, Medicine Hat. Rye, 1 peck-1st. J, IV. Lucas; 2nd, E. 11. .Young and Son. Uoana, 1 peck-1st. John Plamilton. KUixseed, 1 peck-Ist. Giften Bros.; Thompson, AUa.; 2nrt. J. W. Lucas. �riniolhy seed, 1 peck-1st, John Hamilton. Uromo grass, 1 i)eck, seed-1st, J. W. I^ucas; 2nd, John Hamilton. Western rye grass, 1 peck, seed 1st. ,1. W. Lucas. AllaUa seed, 1 pock-1st, Canada Land and Irrigation Company; 2nd, GilTt'n Bros.; 3rd, J. F. Irwin. Millet seed, 1 pock-1st, Glffen Bros. Sheaf Grains and Grasses. Sprliig wheat, 1 sheai:-1st, B. S. Paw.-ion; 2nd, R. Owatkin. Oats, white, 1 sheaC-1st, John Hamilton. Itod clover, 1 shoat~lst, L.-B. Losey and Son. Brome grass, 1 sheaf-1st, U. Gwat-kin; 2nd, L. B. Losey and Son. Uyo grass, 1 sheaf-1st, L. B. Losey and Son. Alfalfa, 1 sheaf-1st, John Hamilton; 2nd, R. Gwatkin, Lethbridgo; 3rd, D. F. Fawns, Raymond. Timothy, 1 sheaf-Ist. R. Gwatkin; 2nd, John Hamilton; 3rd, D. P. Fawus. Rape, 1 sheaf-1st, D. F. Fawns. Best collection sheaf grain-1st, Giften Bros. Best collection wild grasses-1st, L. B. Losey and Son; 2nd, John tiamil-ton. Roots and Vegetables. Asparagus, J 2 stalks-1st. ,lohn Hamilton; 2nd, T. B. Watklns. Beets, round, hunch of six-1st, R. Bartle; 2nd. John Hamilton. Carrots, short, bunch of six-Ist, G. Classer. Carrots, long, bunch of six-1st, U. Bartle, Lothbridge. Onions, hunch.of,six-lat, 0. Glas ser; grid, John Hamilton. Peas, 12 pods-Ist,-John Hamilton; 2ud. John Bowd6n; 3rd. R. Ba�tlo. Potatoes, Bi.x. white; 1st, John Ham-lUoh;..2i;d,R.-Bartle. Potatoes, six, red-1st, R. Bartle; 2nd, John Hamilton. Potatoes, peck, named variety-1st, John Hamilton. Turnips, white, bunch of si.x-1st, U. Bartle; 2nd, D. F. Fawns; 3rd, John Hamilton. . Rhubarb, six stalks-1st, G. Glassor; 2nd, T. B. Watklns; 3rd, John Hamilton. Best collection vegetables-Ist, John Hamilton. Freih Fruits. � Stcawhnrries, 1 pint-Ist, L. B. Losey, Winnifred; 2nd, John Hamilton, Coaldale. PLANTS AND CUT FLOWERS. Pot Plants. Best Coleus-1st, Mrs. Fred Hick. Asparagus, Plumoals-1st, Mr3. C. Carlyle. Cut Flower*. Pansles, six varieties, two of each- Ist, Mrs. G. Glasser; 2ud, Mrs. C. Carlyle. Sweet Peas, G varieties, named, no decoration-ist, R. Bartle; 2nd, Mrs. O. Glasser. Sweet Peas, 8 varieties, decoration allowed, arranged for effect-1st, Mrs. G. Glasser. Best collection cut flowers, outdoor erown-1st, Mrs, G. Olaasor. Best spray for table decoration-Ist, Mrs. G. Glnsser; 2nd, John Hamilton; 3rd, L. B. Losey and Son. Best bouquet of Howors grown In farm garden-1st, L. B. Losey and Son. Dairy Product*. One package creamery butter. HO lbs. In prints-1st, Crystal Dairy Ltd.; 2nil, lilokvllle Central Creameries; 3rd, Calgary Central Creameries. One package creamery butter, 14 lbs., solid pack-1st, Calgary Central Creameries; 2nd, Crystal Dairy, Ltd; Srd, Bckvllle Central Creameries. One package creamery b\ittor, 56 lbs., solid pack- 1st, Crystal Dairy; Ltd.; 2nd, Uckvillo .Central Creameries; 3rd, Calgary Central Creamer- If.h, Roll of butter, dairy, u lbs.-Ist; U Gold; 3rd, John Bowdon. Farm dairy blotter, 10 lbs., in print -1st, John Bowdon; 2nd, L. B. Losey and Son; 3rd, Mrs. M. J. Gould. Cheese, homo made, lull milk, 8 to 10 lbs.-1st, John Bowdon, Lethbridge. Kggs, 1 dozen specials, producers only�^lst, Andrew Graham; 2nd, Mrs. M. J. Gould. Eggs, 1 dozen extras, producers only -1st, Andrew Graham; 2nd, Mrs. M. J. Gould. Best dressed goose-lat, Mrs. M. J. Gould. Domestic Manufactures. Best loaf of bread, baked from Tay lor Mfg. Co.'s Government St.indard Flour, with the required amount of substitute-1st, Mrs. J. W. Helms; 2nd, Mrs. C. Carlyle. Best loaf of bread, baked from Ellison Mlg. Co.'s Government Standard Flour with the required amount ot substitute-1st, Mrs. J. W. Helms; 2nd, Mrs. C. Carlyle. . Collection home made pickles, three varieties-1st, Mrs. C. carlyle; 2nd, Mrs. John Hamilton. Collection ot cultivated fruit jam, varieties-1st, Mr.s. John Hamilton; 2nd. Mrs. C. Carlyle. Collection of jellie.s, 4 varieties- 1st. Mrs. John Hamilton. Collection of canned fruit, 4 varle ties-Isf, Mrs. C. yarlyle. Raspberry vinegar, 1 bottle-Ist Mrs. C. Carlyle. Any other fruit cordial-Ist, Mrs C. Carlyle. Orango marmalade-lat, Mrs. John Hamilton; 2nd, Mrs. C. Carlyle. Red Cross Work. Pair pj'jamas-1st, Mrs. James :.Westbrook; 2nd, Mrs. L. Lundy; 3rd Mrs. Knox. Day shirt, flannel-1st, Mrs. Shand; 2ud, Mrs. Jos. Davidson; 3rd, Viola Green. Dressing gown-1st. Mrs. .Tos. Davidson; 2ud, Raymond Red Cross; :jrd, Mrs. L. Lundy. Surgeon's operating gown-1st, Mrs. Ilelseth; 2nd, Mrs. A. Wilson; 3rd, Raymond Red Cross. Nursie's apron-1st, Coaldale Red Cross; 3nd, Raymond Red Cross; IJrd, Mrs. Babbs, Warner. Ward slippers, pair-Ist, Mrs. Glas-pey, Lethbridge; 2nd. Mrs. Preston, Warner; 3rd, Mrs. H. Kelley, Spring Coulee. Day socks, pair-1st. Jlrs. W. P. Roy; 2nd, Mrs. J. McKay; 3rd, Mrs. Isabel McCluro. Pneumonia jacket-1st. Mrs. V. Bennett, Spring Coulee; 2nd, Mrs, V. Morrow, Spring Coulee. Operating stocking-1st, Mrs. L. Lundy; 2nd, Mrs. A. Wright; 3rd, Raymond Red Cvoss. Stretcher cap-1st, Mrs. Jos. Davidson; 2nd, Mrs. Laing, Warner; 3i'd, Mrs. Laurie. � Personal property bag-1st, Mrs. Q. Glasser;. 2nd, Raymond Red Cross; 3rd, Mrs. A. Hyssop. Handkerchief-1st, Mrs.W. P. Roy; 2nd, Mrs. McKlnnon; 3rd, Miss B. Jolnor-Long, Spring Coulee. Amputation dressings cover-ist, Mrs. Hurleman; 2nd, Raymond Red Cross. Shaped sling-1st, Raymond Rad Cross; 2nd; Mrs. L. Baptist, Spring Coulee. Flannel binder-lat, Mrs. W. P. Roy; 2nd, Mrs. Leo. Coombs; 3rd, Hiss Swltzer, Warner. Cotton binder-Isf, Jlrs. Fred Holmes; 2nd, Raymond Red Cross; 3rd, Mrs. H. Jollffe, Spring Coulee. ' T" bandage-1st, Freda Hagcll; FINE ADDRESS ON BARON ATHOLSTAN IN WEST AT CHAUIAUP 2nd, Mra. G'. Glasser; 3rd, Ireta Patar-son. "Afany tall" bandage-1st, Freda A. HagoU; 2nd, Raymond Red Cross; 3rd Mrs. G. F. Howell, Spring Coulee. Pillow Blip-Ist, Mrs. H. Jolliffo; 2nd, Mrs. Watson; 3rd, Mrs. Jamlo-son.  Sheet-Isl, Miss Mary Dunlop; 2Bd, Mrs. Woodruff, Spring Coulee; Srd, Mrs. Kd. McKonzIo, Hyssop. Pair towels, huckababk-1st, Mrs. W. P. Roy; 2nd, Mrs. G. Glasser; 3rd, Mrs. J. W. iMcKean. Pair towels. Turkish-Ist, Mrs. G. Glasser; 2nd, Mrs. L. Chapman, Spring Coulee. Quilt, flannelette-1st, Raymond Red Cross. Wash cloth, .-Turkish-lat, Mrs. Walch. Warner; 2nd, Miss B. L. D�v-ey; 3rd. Josle Green. Clothed in a native Now Zealand costume. Miss Leila Blomfield in her lecture "New Zealand, the South Sea Utopia," carried her audience back with her to that far-ol'f island of fho southern seas. With glorious coloring she sketched discovery of Now Zealand, and the habits and costumes of the natives, who In picturesque surrounding ot natural . geysers build their thatched huts, doing their cooking and washing in the naturally hot water found there. The climate Is mild with great quantities of rain and producing unequalled scenery and a wonderfully loyal, musical and brave people. Government Ideals. The tendency of the New Zealand government, said Miss Blomfield. is to try to settle on an equal basis the modern problems ot industrial life. The belief that right is might prevails there. Laws are formed there and tested quickly to prove their suitability. The success of democracy *Jn New Zealand lies in the fact that. 9.t per cent, of tlio people vote and tliat the government owns and coiitrols liu important concerns. There tlie railroads are run for service only, not for profits to private individuals. If a net return ot more than 4 per cent, is turned in, the rates are immediately reduced, while children having to attend school over the railroads travel on passes. In every way possible the government protects the wage earner from extortionate rates with the result that there are no slums or destitutes in New Zealand, nor are there any millionaires. Laws provide for S hour days, for a weekly half holiday with pay and rigid observance of Sunday. New Zealand Laws. The speaker then gave some examples of their laws. The Old Ago Pension Law gives a pension to all over 65 years of age who have lived in the Dominion for 25 years. The Compulsory Arbitration Act is made to deal with industrial rights. The government encourages the union of all em ployors and laborers and disputes are brought before a court of the district and if not settled there carried Into the court of arbitration whoso chair man is the judge of tho Supreme Court and the decision of this court is considered final. This saves 99 per cent, of strikes and lockouts and does not stop industry or ruin progress. By the I.,and Re-purchase Act the govcrn-Tuent compels owners of idle and empty tracts of land to sell at a roas enable figure if they will not work it, which gives the land to the deserving worker and prevents speculation. There Is also a law against undeslr able citizens which prohibits various nations from entering and provides for a $500 poll tax and severe educational tax for others. The country is "dry" by vote of its people and large trusts and corporations are not allowed. All tho laws of New Zealand are based on the needs and demands oC her people, and the country realizes tho citizens' right to live, emphasizing the enthronement oC tho individual. One man's right must stop where the next man's right begins.which is the spirit of true democracy. Miss Blomfield then went on to to)! of the glorious part New Zealand had played In the war, bf tho noble yet terrible sacriHco made at Gallipoll by her sons and their right to belong to the noble name of ANZAC, tho Au.s-trallan-Now Zealand army corps. To New Zealand belongs the honor of sending the highest percentage of any of the British colonies to the war. While behind tho men are standing the women of New Zealand doing their hard and groat part. To Canada Now Zealand sends this message, "Canada, with all the strength ^of your wonder-ful'resistance, your manhood and your womanhood, stay with us to the end. The Glenn Wells Company delighted' the audience with their clever boIoc tlona. , Moose J.1w, Aug. 17. ��.Simply de-I liglitod." That Ik tli.. cxiii-t.'.s.^ion of i Lu:d Alholstan of .M : : ; : ? REPLIES : -- ? *> : . ; 1^ > ? Havo been received fo." .;je following box numbers and aro waiting to bo called for. ? 10, 14. l.i, It!. l.S, �::>, 26, 29, : 35, 37, 53, 75, r health, and who was forced to roUn-qui.sli lii.s !ask oventually. Send a Dominion Exilress Money Order. Five dollars costs three cents. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS (Wii^ Replyln� Mention The Herald) WANTED-We bur and soil used office furniture, typewriters, etc. Ever-all and Franks. SS-0 WANTED TO BUY-One car load of good dairy cow�. Aiu'ly P.O. l!ox 902, City. Phone TH;. ___21()-ll WANTED-To lease small coal mine, give location, thickness, and material on hand, in first leilcr. Apply Box 57, Herald. . 209-G Machinery and Tractor Repairs OF ALL KINDS Cylinders rebored and refitted with new pistons. Gears and grates for ail popular makes of engines. G. Kischel Lessee of the Lethbridge Works. Iron notice Xolico Ih hereby given that Mike UosbusUie or tiin 12th �SI. C, .V. Leth-liridKe, in the province ot Alberta, in-teiulrt to Rpi)ly for ii lieenso to operate ii pool room at .N'inth .\vonno N. IjCliibridge. The application ha.^ been api)rovod by W. n. L. Ilardie. Mayor. .MIKK HOSIiASKIi;;. -�I 01 Applicant. WANTEI>-For cash. Small threshing machine, i-apuble of being driven by 20 H. P. gas engine. Blower arid self-feeder preierrcd. Address Box 7S, Herald. 2J)9-G WANTED-All kinds of house an(i sign painting. Bulletin �work a specialty. Kstininlps given on large or small jobs anywhere. G. LaPoint, Phone 110. Masrath, AUa. 210-i; WANTED-5U0 head cattle. Will exchange linest two-section wheat farm in Saskatchewan, basis .$40 an acre. Wire or write owner full particulars. W. W. Tibbals, Dunblane, Sask. 208-C STOCK WANTED When you have cattle, sheep or hogs for sale, phone 179B. BILL CHALLES, 117 12th St. A. south. Lethbridge. __________209-0 waUdington, the auctioneer, both sells and buys furniture. tip top pric^ either way. consult him before you sell. phone 770, after 6 p. m. 469. spacious sales rooms and storage, s. o. e. building, lOTH st. s. Tractor Repairs We specialize In reborlng gas tractor cylinders, and fitting oversize pistons and rings. Wo 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 HEATING CO. Phen* 1892 710 Fifth Av�. 9. George Lloyd, of Winnipeg, was fatally injured by the tall ot a heavy trap door In the land titles office. Pigurea authorized for publication by Major Genieral Leckle, general olH-cer commanding, show that out of 44,000 British Columbia soldiers aflnt overseas since Auguat, 1914, nearly 8000 have since received their discharge or have been sent to dtber duties within this provlnCo. i> COBB PASSES TEST ? Chicago, Aug. 17.-Ty Cobb, * Detroit star outfielder and * batsman yesterday took tho ex- ? amlnatlon for a commlaslon in the gas and flame division ot the army. He was pronounced In perfect physical condition In every particular. Cobb was given deferred classlAcatlon in the draft because of depen-denta. ? AUTp LIVERY Careful, courteous son'ico. Cars suitable for any weather. Special rates to steady customers or long trips. Phones: Day 1448 . Night 787 SMALL BUNCH OF CATTLE FOR SALE PRICE RIGHT. CHAS! T. COUSINS .SKIFF, ALTA. GREEN FEED FOR WINTERING CATTLE Wo are prepared to furnish Farmers and Ilaiichers with any amount of Green Feed (Frosted Wheat) baled and loaded on cors for shipment aoutli or stacked In fields In North Country tor feeding on the ground. Can place large number ot stock for winter feeding in Edmonton, Beaver Elver and Peace Ulver Districta on sharea and by tho season. Wo can sell your cattle and Bheep for you on the best terms available. For Fricoa tind Terms wire, write or phone. Do it now, as the Boasou Is short' and tlmo tiles, Mercantile Traders' Exchange 820 Tegler Block, Edmonton Alberta- Phon* 5422 201-12 Dr.A.T.Spankie M.D., CM. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Office rooms 121-122 New P. Burns Building, Corner Sth Ave., and 2nd St. East, Calgary. Office Phono M2848 Hesidenco Phone M2077 Interne and House Surgeon, MAuhattan Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital, Now York City, 1911-1914. Specialist to Calgary School Board Find Out More about the WONDER HEALTH RESTORER It you aro troubled with rheumatism, asthma, or a sick stomach, let us introduce you to Lethbridge people who have already proved its worth. We will send a full book ot Calgary tost'inionials on request. PHONE 733 FOfi THE 0. K. REPAIR SHOP Shoes and Small Machinery 817 Third Ave. 0 APPLY J. W. HARRIS 808 Sixth Avenue S. Lethbridge Agent .'.'(TRieAL jiAroNiu FARM LABOR THE PROVINCIAL DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE HAS OPENED A BUREAU IN THE BOARD OF TRADE OFFICES LETHBRIDGE To secure and distribute farm labor. Farmers wishing to secure help should apply Immediately to M>?. J. A. WEIR, who has charge of this free service. PHONE 1603 THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting of all kinds. Agents tor the \Voria Famous Deico Light Country wiring a specialty. S18 4th Avenue Box 334 Phone 73S � Freel & Elliott Sheet Metal Works Expert Hot Air Furnae* Work ���7 Phone 1713 830 6th 8L 8. Lethbridge, Alberta DRAYING Of All Ktndf WcstcrnTransfcrCo. Limited friM-e, p. n. praigM PHONU fnee........... 11M table........... 1M4 Nursing Mission PURE FRESH MILK Prom tuberoulosis-tostod cowa -Anyone requiring such milk lor babies may do so dally. The milk is free to those who cannot pay for It, and at coat (o thoBo who can. AUCTIONEER Long experience in stoclc and farm machinery. Sales conducted hi any part of Alberta. P.LAVALLEY " COALDALE, ALBERTA For Dates and Rates Call The Dowsley Land Agency, Lethbridge. Phone 1809 SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY NIGHT TRAIN OR HOSPITAL CALLS, LETHBRIDGE HOTEL. CLOSED CAR PHONE 1324 Reliable Shoe Repairs THE CITY BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP H. LANGLEY, Prop. 408 2nd Ave. S. Phone 1734 Next Fire Hall L. A. H. Roosa Baggage Transfer We meet all trains Da/ and Night. See ua at Depot, or Phone 1869 DONT FORGET ^ THE WAR VETERAN when you have a I JOB TO DFrER IT ' PlRascnohFy; Sec'y Veterans' CM Phone 372 ;