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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETH6RIDGE WEEKLY HERALD Lethbridge Herald PRINTING CO., LTD. W. A. EttchliUl, V irector aad Editor. SUBSCRIPTION In Advance a year Otheriwse a year ADVERTISING Ptr Month per Inch BLOCKADE OF GRAIN NOW FEARED OF SASKATCHEWAN The Liberal government in Saskat- chewan has- been sustained by a spJen did majority and that province will liave the benefit of Hon. Walter tendance at the Lethbridge Fair. It is the custom of Mr. Fijilay to-at- tend as many of ihe fall fairs iu the province as possible, in order that he may meet ihe fanners, inspect their exhibits''Of'stocky'grain and ve. getables and thus get iu closer touch with the agricultural conditions in each .district. exhibit of horses at your declared the Minister to the the issues of the day. At Eegina, j Herald, "was Splendid. The poultry Scott's progressive administration lor five, years more. The campaign was short and bitter The 'Conservatives seemed bent on slandering the premier but Mr. Scott, is a fighter and every charge his op- ponents made was met with a crim- inal or civil action for libel. That is the only way to prefer to resort to tales of gos- sip than a test of public feeling ou Hon. Mr. the Effect of CRR. Strike (Continued from Previous Page.) Tli" following is the list of prize- winners' at Lethbridge and Dis- trict Agricultural Society Fair with the exception oi those already pub- lished, the sheep which have not been definitely the judge's awards) being on a different system from that j provided in the prize lists, and the; Oli educational work, the lists of which, j has not yet reached the secretary, i CLASS XII, SHORTHORN CATTLE j i J_ I U I i'AOAV? [Bull. 3 years old ami upwards, J. B. i table Compound cures Ririe female ills. Parry. Spinach, 1. G. JB. Huiu-lryk. i of pot sweet herbs, .0 j varieties, K. 1'arry. j Collection of Vegetables, not than 8 varieties, G. F. Hemelryk. j Special, Garden Herbs, Mrs. D. J. Whitney. I Special Vegetable Oyster, Lang Chow. CLASS XXVli FKKSH FRUITS Apples, any''variety, 1, .1. B. Rtrie, 2, Win. Passay. Crabs, any variety, 1, Convent. Currants, white, 1, Mrs. D. J. Whit- ney, 2. Convent. Currants, ivd. 1, W. E. Kaley, 2, Sirs. J. Whitney More proof that LydiaE.Pint- Curnm1.s 1( Mrs. THE STORE OF QUALITY." Hon. W. T. Finlay, minister of I Bull, 2 years old, J. B. P.irie. ur-vrfo. T Kine. Mrs. J oim Scott, 489 Grand Trunk j St-4 -.MoDtrealj writes Mrs. Pinkkam: o "I was very much run down in health from a female trouble, was thin, J. B. Ririe. nervous, and very weak, and suffered agriculture lor Alberta, was m at. with calf at foot, 1. J. B. Bi- from bearing- down pains. Indeed I rie; 2. D. Pryde. Heifer. 2 years, 1, J. B. Ririe; 2. S. from bearing down pains. did not whether I lired or died, I felt so badly sometimes. pound completely cured me of all my j troubles. I gained in flesh, and. am insinuations were cast against Mr. Scott and the Liberal candidate in an effort to belittle their moral stand Mr. Scott got right on the trail of. the. Conservative nominee in that cityajid made the direct charge that fie" had "grafted" -while Mayor of The result at the polls vras overwhelmingly Liberal: proving- that Mr. Scott's direct allegation had car- ried its weight over -the gossip the had circulated on the exhibit at the Fair was by far the best I have seen in Alberta apart from the Dominion Exhibition at Cal- gary, I was disappointed at the show of cattle. "I was greatly impressed -with the exhibit of canned' fruits. The samples were fine and I saw that some were purchased to be -ent to the Alberta exhibit ai the Toronto Industrial Ex- Pryde. Heifer, 2 years. 1, J. B. Ririe; 2, D. Heifer calf, .1, W. 11. Pawson Jr.; S, j headaches, and nervousness. J B Ririe. "I heartily recommend Lydia E. Herd, bull and three females, J. B. Cham's, Vegetable Compound for all women s ailments, knowing what it. Ririe. Sweepstakes, best bull any age, any of beef breeds, W. H. Pawson Jr. CLASS XTV. DAIRY BREED CATTLE all PVer the other side streets. With any other man leading the Op J enthusiastic about conditions. provinoe recently and he is most position forces than Mr. Haultain Premier Scott would have swept the with a majority of at least Mr. Haultain is personally :.strong; he has many -warm admirers never saw better crops iu twenty-five years in the he remarked, "and it "is worth there is a third more acreage in Alberta, this year, too." Between Medicine outside of his party ami he enjoys 1 jjat and'Maple Creek this year the the respect of his opponents. He has {armers have been unfortunate. The crops owing to the long period of dry weather, are burned out." "I am afraid we are going to be badly crippled with our transporta- tion facilities this year unless this strike is settled -right away. The prospect, of moving the crop is very poor. Last year, the crop was light and the railroads did not build new- cars. This year the crop is heavy and force but in Saskatche- wan he seems to have himself up with a lot of political adventurers who are willing to resort to the ijasest of tactics to gain power. Mr. Scott's new supporters are not c-onfined to the north or to the south j are well divided over the pro- The result shows that he has the coiifidence of the farmers; the smoothlyj not teo well returns came from towns id. and the roads, with every department and villages, especially on the where the big corporation exerted its influence to bring about a- Conser j vative victory, in order that' the. ag-1 of Agriculture. In visiting the Fairs, he has found has done for me." FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. For thirty years Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound, made from roots and herbs, has been the Bun, 3 years or over. Jas. John-1 standard remedy for female ills, j andhas positively cured thousands of i women who. have been troubled with displacements, inflammation, uleera- fibroid tumors, irregularities, periodic pains, backache, that bear- mg-down feeling, flatulency, indices- tion, dizziness or nervous prostration. Whv dont. you try it? Mrs. Pinkham all wck women to write her for advice. She has iruided thousands to health. Address, Lynn, stone. .CLASS XV, GRADK CATTLE (BEEF BREEDS) Cow, 3 years or over, L Jas John- 2, E-. -J. Coc-k. Calf, heifer or stoar, E. J. Cook. CLASS XVI, GRADE CATTLE (DAIRY BREEDS) Milch 3 years over. Jas. Johnstone. Heifer, i year old, H. Pawson. Jr.. CLASS xyin, YORK- SHIRE Jioar, over 1 year, G. E. Hemelryk. Boar under 1 year' (special by Drl Jones. Best breeding pen, any variety. 3 hens and 1 cock, over 1 year, E: J. Cook (White Plymouth Rock) CLASS XXV, FIELD ROOTS for the iKsu.. ,_ r c c t llle farmers yen- cheerful and quite elrvk. Bay Eailroad might cease, and were w hie in this province. j At these .Fairs he has noticed a great improvement in farm- ers 'are getting thoroughbred blood in rather gioomy but the-rural polls' stood" by Scott and his policy of pro- .gressive legislation. .campaign was short but Haul- tain was prepared for it. He had candidates in the early and had 1 and 2, G. E. Hernel- Half "bushel-pink potatoes; 1, Quong Wo Yuri. 2. Wah Hop. Half bushel white potatoes, 1, D. J. Whitney, 2, G. E. Hemelryk. Kali bushel potatoes, any variety, sweepstakes, 1, D. J. 2, Harry Smith. Swsde Turnips, 1, G. E. Hemelryk, 2. Lang Chow. Mangel 1. G. E. Hemelryk, 2. D. J. Whitney. Yellow Jones. Sugar beets, S. Jones. Mammoth. Squashes, D. -J. Whitney. Field Pumpkins, Quong Wo Yun. Kohl Rabi, 1, Lang Chow, 2, G. E. Hemelryk. Best peck of potatoes, named- new three G.-E. Hemelryk. Sow, over 1 year, G. E. Hernelryk. Sow, under 1 year (.Special by Dr. Mewburn) H. Smith. CLASS BERKSHIRE Boar, over 1 year, 1, E. J. Cook, 2, J. B. Ririe. Boar, under 1 year (special by Dr. 1, J. B. Ririe, 2, W. H. Pawson, Jr. Sow, over 1 year, 1. J. B. Ririe: 2, W. H. Pawson, Jr. Best Boar, any age, any breed, dip- loma, E. J. Cook. CLA s s xx, SWINE, GRADE Sow. over 1 year, E. J. Cook. Best pair spring pigs, G. E. Hem- their horses and cattle. It is many years, Mr. "Finlay said. been dariiie Scott to go to the coun- try declaring on the platform and in! _ j since the ranchers had as bright pros- This year they are getting the -A t ,-Ji best Price offered in years and in ad- press that he was airaid to face; the electors. Scott accepted Ms j challenge and though in the short he had to face the strong- est efforts -of Saskatchewan as well Alberta, Manitoba, and Ontario Conservatives to elect Haultain, in order :to create a good impression for the coming Dominion elections, he victorious, being returned to The the power with a fine majority. clouds on the horizon are defeat of the Cabinet Ministers, Mo- therwell and Calder. A seat will likely be -lound for Calder in the new riding of Athabasca, where an elec- tion is yet to be held and in all pro- coition the calf crop is the "How about" government creamer- "Our creameries are working splen- didly this .year. The amount of but- ter turned out is far ahead of last year. There is an increased demand every day; quality of our product being its recommendation." ATP PStflKKchiner p station at Edmonton. There we will have the best breeds of poultry for table use and laying purposes. We will be in a position to furnish farm- ers with eggs or cockerels of these CLASS XXI, POULTRY Leghorn, white, cock, 1 and -E. J.' Cook. {Leghorn, white, hen, 1 and 2, S. Jones. Leghorn, white, cockerel, 1 and 2, E. J. Cook. Leghorn, white; pullet, 1 and 2, E; J. Cook. Leghorn, brown, cock, 1..E. J. Cook 2, S. Jonei. .Leghorn, brown, hen, 1 and 2, .S., Best peck of potatoes, named variety, D. .j, Whitney. ney. 2, .Mrs.. W. H. Robson. Logan 'Berries, Mrs. D0 J. Whitney. Gooseberries.' 1, Mrs. W. H. Robson. 2, Mrs. J. Whitney. (Continued 'from Yesterday.) CLASS XXYJJI, HOUSE PLANTS Fuchsia, 1. Convent. Begonia, 1, John- Graham, 2, Con- vent. jBest plant, any variety, i, Mrs. V. Stainiorth, 2, Convent. Best Collection house plants, Con- vent. CUT FLOWERS Best table bouquet, 1, W. E- Raley, 2, Tom Hamilton. Bouquet Sweet Peas, 1, G. E. Hem-'l elryk, 2, W. E. Raley. Ponsies, W. E. Raley. Poppies, Mrs. D. J. JJfhitney. Asters, 1. W. E. Raley, 2, Fred v Dianthus 1, Mrs. D J. Whit- ney. N Nasturtium, 1, Mrs. W. H. Robson, 2, Fred Johnston. Sunflower, D. J. Whitney. Best flower garden, planted .and car- ed for by child of 16 or under, not less than 100 .square feet.. 1. W. E. Raley, 2, Fred Johnstone, 3, Tom Hamilton. CLASS XXIX. DAIRY PRODUCTS Crock or tub Ibs. or over, Convent. 1 lb. roll or print butter, 1, Mrs. D. J. Whitney, 2, .Convent. CLASS 'XXX, MEATS POULTRY Pair dressed cockerels, S. Jones. Dozen brown, 1, W; H. Paw- son Jn. Hutton. Dozen Eggs, white, 1, S. Jones. 2, J. Whitney. CLASS XXXI, DOMESTIC PRO- DUCTS Cultivated fruits, jellies. 1, Convent. Cultivated fruits, preserves, 1, Mrs. W. H. Robson, 2, Convent. Home Made Bread, white, 1, Mrs. W.. A. Shaw, 2, Mrsl_ W. P. Acton. Home made bread, brown, 1, Mrs. C. S. Crest, 2, Convent. Bread made from "Our Best" flour, special oy Eiiison Miiiing Co.; Mrs. W. P. Acton. We want your Butter, Eggs, Fruit, and Vegetables. Highest prices paid for all kinds of farm produce Our stock of Groceries, Crockery and Provisions is always fresh and complete. It will pay you to do business with us. G. BRADBEER CO. SUCCESSORS TO NELSON PHASER PHONE 21 LETHBRIDGE Carpet Squares and Rugs This department of our business is expanding and wby not? We have the eoods and just from the factory. Such an assortment of weaves, colorings and designs from the. world's best makers that select- ing a square is a real pleasure. Turpin Furniture Co. Complete House Fornishers lability a new minister will be cho- best breeds at a small price. We will have the breeds that will make mon_ sen for the portfolio of agriculture, Hon. Mr. Turgeon's defeat in Prince Albert had been anticipated. He was elected lor Duck Lake, however. ey for the farmer ni ht for. A WELL BUILT ROAD Hon. Geo. P. Graham, Minister of BUILDING PERMITS The following building permits have been taken out during the past few Railways, in a rather interesting statement explaining the increased i days: cost of the Grand Trunk L- M. to shoot- said it was due (1) to the increase in prices of everything, (2) to the fact that the road is being buj'.t ing gallery, bowling alley or theatre, Round St., Carl Bailey St., with unexampled solidity. Usually i railways are built rather roughly at I Lethbridge Iron first, and then, as they begin to shop, Baroness Koad, earn money are practically Steve Bakos Two residences, wooden bridges are turned into steel j trestles become solid J. E. DuL grades are reduced, curves are oas- ferin, ed and miles of -road are abandoned; Depew and Wal- la favor of new locations. Tho Xa- j work, tional Transcontinental will begin! Wing Mah Ford life with steel bridges, solid embank- ments, low grades, easy curves, and with every improvement which great wealth and enormous .and long established traffic bring to other rail- ways. This solidity will have a Sc. Leghorn, brown, 1, W. Car- ter, 2, S. Jones. Leghorn, brown, pullet. 1. S. Jones, 2, TV. Carter Plymouth Sock, cock, i a.riu 2, E. J. Cook; Plymouth Rock, barred, hen, 1, E. J. Cook, 2, 'Hamilton. Plymouth Rock, barred, cockerel, 1, D: J. Whitney, 2, E. J. Cook. Plymouth Rock, .barred, pullet, 1, E. -T. Cook, 2, D. J. Whitney. Plymouth Rock, buff, cock, 1 and 2, J. Livingstone. Plymouth Rock, bud, hen. 1, J. Liv- ingstone, 2, E. J. Cook. Plymouth Rock, buff, cockerel, 1 and 2, J. Livingstone. Plymouth Rock, buff, pullet, 1 and 2 J. Livingstone. Plymouth Rock, white, cockerel, 1, CLASS GARDEN VEGE- TABLES Long Red Carrots, S. Jones. Intermediate Carrots, 1, G. E. tilryk, 2, Quong Wo Yun. Short Carrots, 1, D. J. Whitney, i, E. Parry. Red Onions, 1, G. F. Russell, 2, E. Parry. White onions, 1, S. Jones, 2, Quong any Bread made from "Pride of special by Taylor Milling 1, Mrs; W. A. Shaw, 2, Mrs.-J. W. McKeau. Bread made from "Mothers' Favor. special by Taylor Milling Co., 1, .Mrs. C. S. Crest. 2, Mrs. Jbhn Graham. CLASS xxxrn FINE ARTS FACES SERIOUS CHARGE E. J. Cook. Plymouth Rock, white, pullet, 1, E. J. Cook. Plymouth Rock, cockerel, 1, E. J. Cook. Plymouth Rock, 1. E. J. Cook. Minorca, cock and hen, 1. S. Jones. Minorca, cockerel and pullet, 1 and 2, S. Jones. Wyandotte, white, cock, 1. E. J. Cook, 2. S. J. McDiarmid. Wyandotte, white, cockerel, 1 and 2, E. J. Cook. Wyandotte, wh'ite, pullet, 1 and 2, E. J. Cook. Class for any other variety of Wyan- dotte, 1 and 2, E. J. Cook. Langshan, cock and hen, 1, S. Jones 2, J. B. Rlrle. Langshan. cockerel and pullet, 1, J. B. Ririe. Leonard Larkin, news agent on the j Game, cock and hen, 1 and 2, John Wo Yun. Yellow Onions, 1, D. J. .Whitney, 2, Lang Chow. Garlic, 1, Wah Pickling Onions. Quong Wo Yun. Turnip Beets, 1, Lang Chow, 2, Ben Long Blood Beets, 1, Ben James, 2, G. E. Hemelryk. Parsnips, 1, Lang Chow, 1, James. Hop. Green Tomatoes, D. J. Whitney. Cucumbers, frame, Wah Hop. Cucumbers, ridge, D. Whitney. Citrons, red seeded, 1, Quong Yun, 2, W. H. Harvey. Oil Painting, copy, 1, Miss Mildred Coons, 2, Convent. Water color, entirely original, 1 and Miss Agnes E. Patterson. Water color, copy, Miss Mildred Coons, Mrs, J. A. Slad'e. Crayon or Sepia, copy. Convent. i Ppn. or pencil .entirely ginaf, 1, F. St. C. Farran, 2, Con- vent. C: Farran, Best Collection of Ama- teur photography, work of exhibit- or, i, Miss Judith! Hatch, 2, Mrs. W. H. Pawson. Cold dinner for.working man, special by A. E. .Humphries, Mrs. W. P. Acton. CLASS XXXV, HONEY Two 1-lb. sections, D. J. Whitney. Large Frame, D. J. Whitney. -Jen DONT BUY The Material for your shed, barn or house untill vou have X c seen our Ship-lap Finest material on the market at closest, yet Carload each of fresh Lime, Wood Fibre Plaster and Cement in stock. Rogers-Cunninghain Lumber CoM Ltd. Lethbridge, Taber, Stirling, Raymond, Coleridge Rhubarb, 1, Quong Whitnev. Wo Yun, 1, D. J. I Quart of extracted honey, D. J. Whit nev. Squashes, Wah Hop. Vegetable Marrows, D. J. Whitney. Celery, 1, Wah Hop, 2, Lang Chow. Conical Cabbage, 1, D. J. Whitney, 2, Quong Wo Yun. Flat Cabbage 1, Quong Wo Yun, 2, Lang Chow. Red Cabbage, 1, Quong Wo Yun, 2, G. E. Savoy Cabbage, G. E. Hernelryk. Cauliflower. 1, Quong Yun, 2, Lang Chow. Parsley, 1, S. Jones, 2, E. Parry. Sugar Corn, ears, 1, Hop, 2, N Quong Wo Yun. Winter Radishes, Lang Chow. Peas in pods, 1, G. E. Hemelryk, 2, D. J. Whitney. String Beans, 1, Lang Chow. Broad Beans, 1, E. Parry', 2, S. Class XXXVI. Judges report not j yet handed in. ?oo-Spokane Flyer, was arrested at! Graham. great effect on the operation of Jaw by the R.X.W.M..P. and Game, cockerel and pullet, 1 and 2 road; Mr. Graham submitted a cal-1 brought here ,astnight He is want John Graham. culatjon that on a basis of ten trajns j ed in Cranbrook, B. C., on a charge Game, Bantams, a day each way the saving On a road j of appropriating 8141.25, received j John Graham. of the standard decided on, as the c, p_ R_ to his own use, BufT Orpington, cock, 1 2 E J pared with the ordinary standard, Constable "Bakly" Mor-j Cook. the saving in operation will be very ris is expected down tonight to take Buff Orpington, hen, 1 and 2, E J nearly a year. j charge of him. Constable Morris is Cook. I Jin old-time R.N.W.M.P. mail, having IwfT Orpington, cockerel, 1, E. J. j joined the force in 1873 and is well j Cook, 2, S. Jones. Jones. Cos Lettuce, 1, Lang Chow, 2, G. E. Hemelryk. Any other Lettuce, i. BY-LAW CARRIED (Special to the Karald.) Pincher Creek, Aug. on the by-law to raise the sum of 000 for the protection of the Creek banks and other local improvements took place today. Considering i the importance of the question to the town, the interest taken was very little and the vote polled total being only 58. 46 were cast in favor of the by-law and one spoiled ballot, easilv. The by-law therefore carries Drive rheumatism from the blood with Dr. Snoop's Rheumatic Remedy. Tablet or Liquid. Sold by J. J. D. .f. Whitney Johnston. RANCHER ON TRIAL Medicine Hat, Aug. Ross a rancher, was yesterday convicted by Judge on a charge of known in Alberta, Piles helped at onco with I> Shoop's Magic Ointment. to .stealing a heifor, the property of j prove it, a trial box will lie mailed Ed. Mc'Hugh. The evidence on ano-' request, by writing Dr. Shoop, ther charge of stealing a colt is ali Racine. Wis. Itching, smarting, jJJuff Orpington, pullet, 1, E. J. Cook 2, F. J. Harbinson. j'bucks, over 1 year, 1 and 2, D. J. Whitney. Ducks, under 1 ye.-ir, 1 and 2, D. J. Whitney. Turkeys, over .1 year, Harry Smith. but judgment not given. There blood ing piles, internal or extorna.1, i Guinea fowl, Harry Smith." is still another charge of stealing. quick n.nrl certain help from Ma- calx'cs. He was not sentenced.on thelffic Ointment. Large- box 50 c. Sold first charge. by J. Johnston. Partridge, cochin, cock, (Special S. A, Jones, i Game cock, (special S. A. Life is uncertain and sudden deaths frequently occur. Make your will and appoint this Company as your Executor and you Trill have an experienced executor as well as security for the carrying out of every clause of your will. THE TRUSTS AND GUARANTEE COMPANY, LTD. (Head Office, Toronto.) Capital: Subscribed, Paid Up and Reserve, Public Administrator for Calgary, Macleod Lethbridge and WetaskJwin Judicial Districts. Official Assignee for Lethbridge and Macleod Judicial Districts. Advisory Board for Alberta D. W. Marsh, William Pearce, Esq., P. -Turner Bone, Esq. 711 First Street, Calgary. A. G. ROSS; Manager. Where will you Spend your Vacation? If you-are looking for a place providing excellent fishing, boating, etc.. combiiied with magnificent scenery and unexcelled hotel accommodation, come to NEST and stay at the tl SUMMIT HOTEL Bates and sip ANDY GOOD, Proprietor ESTABLISHED 1864 HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided Profits................ BOARD OF DIRECTORS Sir J3. Montagu Allan President Jonathan Hodgson, Esq. Vice-President C. R. Hosmer, Esq., Thos. Esq., C. F. Smith, Esq., Hugh A. Allan, Esq., C. M. Hays. Esq., Ales. Barnet, Esq.. F. Orr Lewis, Esq. E. F. Hebden..........................General Manager The Bank has 119 branches and agencies distributed throughout Canada. .New York and 65 Wall St. SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS invited, and special atten- tion is paid to small deposits. Interest at 3 per cent, per annum, compounded four times a year. Drafts, Money Orders and Letters of Credit, payable in any part of the world, at current t 4- LETHBHTDGE E. W. McMULLEN, Manager ;