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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 23, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Our Pearl Set Brooches Are bound to delight you becftuae , of their original designs*.' The gold used is 14K plnnip, wliich means much. The workman who make them are specialists in their line. The result is bound to be ^tifaction for you. Prices rrom^to$25 Win. C Liphardt ' SuccctMi to A. Zilliix Jeweler - Optician Department of Agriculture. Health of Animals Branch NOTICE Attention is directed to the fol -lowing changes, in the Ucgulationii ro Mange, made by Order in Council dated July 23rd, X90G:- (1) During the present season there will be no compulsory dipping of cattle, otiier than those found to be atTocted with Mange, or to have been in contact with nlTected anim -ttis, ns provided in the general order in Council of date June 27th, 1901. (2) No cattle other than those consigned to Winnipeg or to points in Canada east of Winnipeg, shuU be removed or be allowed to move out of a tract which may be described ns bounded on the south by the International Uouiulary line, on the west t>y tJie Kocky Mountains, on the north by the Ucd Deer and Saskatchewan Kivers to the line he -twecn ranges 7 aiul 8 vest of the 3rd Principal Meridian and on the east by the said lino betivcen ranKW seven and eight west of the iJrd Principal Meridian south to the intornntional Itoundary line, unless they are accompanied by the cer -tificafe of an Inspector of the Department of Agriculture stating that thoy have been examined by him and T.E. Patteson OTT BLOCK Real Ettate, Insurance and Commission Agent j found free from contagion of mange. Fire, Life, Accick-nt and Hail;.v,j. s,(.h cattle, however, sliaii, if Instirance iii\tho host couipatjies. Besidential Lots, j\[ocloni Dwellings,' Farm L;inds. Irrigated Lands, etc., for sale lor cash and on tiitie. Full particulars on uppiication. C6llcgiat? Ciiool For fi^lVS s* a est -..�:, Aib�rta � .Bijident and day pupils. Pupils re pared for matriculation examin-utions and Ckimmercial Life. iSten-pgrapthy and Typewriting, Music, Outdoor 8pprt8( and games. Gymnasium. Fall term bcfins Sept. 5th, 1906 For prospectus write Rev. F. D. Tyaer, M. A. Macleod, Alta. it Riding Breeches [Specialist Three years experience at Hammona*s-The Greatest Breeehes makers in the world McAdoo & Van Horn Cartage Co. CONTRACTING DRAYINC COAL DELIVERY Cash must accompany orders all coal Office-First door south of Sal . vation Army barracks. Telephone 77 SADDLES Astride and Stock SINGLE - HARNESS Good stock ot i'arai Ear-nesB on hand; also a full line of Trunks and Valises in stock. We guarantee Gciod Quality ^ and G�i(l Work iiorner ^ Hutchison it has cometostay The new C. P. II. depot on south side of track. Invest now in B few lots on Cousins Harlow Snirvey, Choice lots on North side also. 20,000 acres finest farming If^ids/ln Canada to select from. deemed advisable by the Inspector, be dotaine*], dipped, sprayed or treated in such manner ns the Veterinaiy Director General may from time to time prescribe. (3) Xo railway company shall ac cept or load at any i)oint within the said tract any shipment of ca?tlc des-tined for any point west of Winnipeg or for export to the United States or elsewhere via any point on the International Boundary, west of Winnipeg, except for imsnediate slaughter as hereinafter provided, unless such shipment is accompanicl by the certificate of an Inspector. (4) Cattle originating \vest of Winnipeg, whether wi'thin the above described tract or not, consigned to Winnipeg, or to points east thereof, shall be inspected at Winnipeg, and no railway coaio-ny shall re'ecsa such cattle at Winnipeg or load such cattle /or rcshipment therefrjoi until they have been sulmiitted l.y daylight to an Inspector of the I'e-partment of Agriculture and ceiti -fiod by him to be free from Mj.!.bc and other contagious or diseases. (.">) Cattle found on inspecf.inn to be allected with Mange or .on-tagious or infectious disease .shall be dealt v-ith as may be orde.ej ' by the Inspector. Owners and persons in cnarge of cattle are .strongly urged to d'.p or otherwise treat them in a ^horo-Jgh and systematic manner whether indications of Mange are present or not. The disease, while under contr.)l, is not entirely stamped out and caro-les.siiess or neglect may render' it necessary for the Dejiartmont to revert in the near future to the policy of compulsory dipping. The provisions of the Order in Council of 27th June, 1904, remain in force. The provisions of the Order in Council of the 10th July, lOO,"}, with the exception of that rocfuiring compulsory dipping, are continued by the Order in Council of 23rd July, 190G. Sec posters. J. a. RUTUERFOUD, Veterinary Director General. PRIZE UST AT THE LETHBRIDGE FAIR CLASS XXIV. Best home-made cheese, not less than 10 Ibd. Q 1 A. E. Ke0cr. Crock or tub butter, 10 lbs or over 1. H. H. McClure. 2. R. Tiffin, f) 1 lb Rolls, 1. R. Tmiii. 1-lb. roll or print. 1, H. It. Mriiuiv 2. W. H. I'awson. Quart Jar granular butter, 1 R. Tiffin. 3 H. H. UcCIorc. CLASS XXV. Best pair dressed cockerels (not drawn) both quality and dres.sing lo bo considered. 1 Eden Rest l*r;i \' ilagi or North Ward-Dr. ll up. Best oJ work guaran teed. Residencer-First house eu�t ol Court Mouse, on Baroness Road. Lethbridge Branch of The Pcmbrokit Conservatory of Music 1. GEORGE HARPER, Oifcctof PUPILS RECEIVED DAILY EVERY BRANCH TAUGHT The most advanced and progr�(. give methods are employed in each department. Students prepared for our own and University Exama. Theory, Singing. Violin, Mandolin, Orchestral, Elocution, and Physical Culture Classes. CONCERTS, RECITALS, AND LECTURE RECITALS. , Collegiate year from September Ist to June 3Uth. StQdios over . Taffs New Store. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA, Tcrmi ModcMtc. Pr0tp(ctu> on ipplicalion Geo. C. Millar Beal BMate ALBERTA '0m: FOR SALE. Alberta Red Wheat. Seven mil'js south east of Lethbridge at wind  niJIl. 75 cents per bushel. P. N. Skouson. ' 1 nith. CLASS XX.-FIELD ROOTS, i bg. best Pink Potatoes, any variety, 1. 1st Y. Chow. 2nd Y. Sing. I bu. best White Potatoes, any variety, 2. Lst y. Sing. i bu. Potatoes, any variety- ztweepstakes, 3. SweepBtakcs Y. Chow. Six carrots, yellow, 7. lst S. Jones. Six Mangel wurtzcia, 1 y. Chow. a S. Jonea. Six Sugar beets, 8. 1st and and Y. Chow, Best collection of new varieties of potatoes not less than six varieties, names to he given, and 5 tb of each variety, 13. 1st S. Jones. Best collection of field roots, not loss than 8 varieties and 3 samples of each, 12. lst S. Jones. Broad Deans, 1 J. Barclay. a Y. Ohow. Kohl Rabi, purple or green. I. Yuen Sing. CLASS XXL-GARDEN VEGETABLES. Six intermediate carrots, 2. 1st y. Chow, and Y. Sing. Six short carrots, 3. 1st S. Jones, 2nd J. Barclay. Twelve yellow onions, 6. 1st J. Barclay. Twelve garlic, 7. l.sf^'. Chow, 2nd Y. Sing. Gallon pickling onions, 8. l9t and 2nd Y. Sing. Six turnip beets, 10. 1st y. Chow, 2nd H. McClurc. iSix long blood beets, II. 1st S. .lonos, 2nd Livermore. .Six parsm'p.'i, 12. 1st Y. Sins, 2nd Y. Chow. Si.x yellow turnips, 14. 1st y. Chow, 2nd S. Jones. Six white turnips, ^ 13. Ist'Y. Chow. 2nd Livermore. Six tomatoes, ripe. 15. 1st y. Chow. 2nd. Y. Sing. Peck grocn tomatoes, 16. 1st .1. A. Barclay, 2nd Chow. Six red peppers, 17. lst. Y, Chow. Two cucumbere^ridge, 10. lst y. Sing, 3ad Y, Chow. Two citrons, red-seeded, 20. lst W. H. Robson. Snd S. McD;armld. Rhubartt-dcst 13 stalks. 21. 1st, Y. Sing, and Y. Chow. Six heads ot celery, 26. lst and 2nd Y. Chow. Twq heads flat cabbage, 28. lst y. Chow, and Y. Sing. Two heads conical cabbage, 27. 1st Y. Sing, and Y. Chow. Two heads red cabbage, 23. lst y. Chow. Two heads Savoy cabbage, 2nd, y. Chow. Salsify 1st Y. Chow. Kohl Raid, white. 31. lst s. J. UcDIarmid. Sod Y. Chow. Two heade cauliflower. aa. let V. Chow, 9mt Y. Siof. Two bunches cut parsley, MS. 1st S. Jones. Sod Y. aiag. Six ears migar corn. 84. 1st Y. Pbow. and Y. Slflf. a qts. peas ia poda. Y. J. CLASS XVn.-GRAIN THRESHED. Itest 1 Hard Wheat, Spring, 1 S. H. Fairfield. 2 T. U. Harris. liest 1 bu. Winter Wheat, 1 P. N. Skouson. 2 R. Tirtln. Bust 1 bu. milling oats, 1 A. E. Keffer. 2 U. U. McClurc. r Best 1 bu. oata, any variety, 1 A. E. Kcffcr. 2 T. H. Harris. Best 1 bu. 6 rowed Barley, 1 H. H. McClure. Best 1 bu. flax, 1. D. J. Whitney. CLASS XVIII.-GRAIN IN SHEAF. A Hard Spring Wheat, 1 C. S; Ci-est. 2 A. E. KeDer. A Soft Spring Wheat. 1. C. S. Crest. A Winter Wheat. 1. T. H. Harris. 2. J. Brown. Oats, any variety, 1 Jean Lalibcrty. 2. C. S. Crest. Barley, 0 rowed variety, 1 Mike Petronia. 2 A. E. Keffer. Barley, 2 rowed var ety, 1 Mike Petronia. 2. Jas. Benton. Flax, 1 C. S. Crest. 2 T. H. Harris. Fudder corn, 10 inches in diumet-i'r, farm grown, I S. Jones. CLASS XlX.-GiL'VSSES AND CLOVERS. Timothy Grass, 1 H. H. McClure. 2 S. H. Fairfield. Western Rye Grass, 1 A. E. Keffer. Brome Grass, 1st special mention J/. Fair-fiekl. Alfalfa, 1 R. Tiffin. Rape-Oe.1t 6 heads, 1 T. H. Harris. CLASS XVI.-POULTRY. Plymouth Rock, barred cock, 1 D. J. Whitney. 2. Eden Rest Poultry Farm. Plymouth Rock, barred hen, 1 Eden Rest Farm. 2. D. J. Whitney. Farmers special, breeding pen, own etl by bona flde farmer, 1 D. J. Whitney. Buff Orpington, cock and hen. 1 Bing WO. * 2 Bing Wo. Plymouth Rock, Biin, cock, 1 Eden Rest.Farm. Plymouth Rock, Buff, hen, 1 and 2 Eden Rest Form. Best breeding pen, any vaelety, 3 hens and 1 cock, must be over one yeai-, Eden Rirst Farm, Plymouth Rock, Buff, pullet, 1 and 2 Ed. McKenzie. Plymouth Rock, Buff, cockerel, 1 I-jd. McKenzie. �Silver Lacod Wyandotte, 1 J. S. Philips. Plvmouth Rock, white, cockerel, 1 Bing Wo. Plymouth Rock, white, hen, 1 Bing Wo. Plymouth Rock, barred, pullet, D. J. Whitney. Plymouth Rock, barred, cockerel, 1. G. Moore. Plymouth Rock, white, puUet, 2. G. Moore. Plymouth Rock, white, cock. 1 Eden Rest Farm. Wyandotte cock. 1. W. stratton. 2 Ed. McKenzie. Wyandotte hen. 1 Eden Rest Farm. 3 Ed. McKenzie. Wandotte cockerel, 1 H. Scott. 2 W. Stratton. Wj'andotte pullet, 1. H. Scott. 2 S. J. UcDIarmid. Leghorn cock. 1 E. McKenzie. Leghoon cockerel, t O. Moore. 2 S. Jones. Leghorn pullet, white, buff and l)rown, 1 G. Moora. 2 S. Jonesf Minorca, cock and hen, 1 S. Jones. White Leg'hom. Hen, 1 Eden Rest Farm. Pullet, 1 Eden Rest Farm. 2. W. Carter. Cockerel, 1 Eden Rest Farm. 2 W. Carter. Drahama cock. 1 E. Hagell. Brahma hen, 1 E. Hafiell. Black Spangled, 1 Ding Wo. Andalusian, Cock, special, Eden Res't F.irm. Turveys, over 1 year, 1 Miko Petronia. 1, special, R. Tlffln. Ducks, over 1 year. 1 D. J., Whitney. 2. J. Mitchell. Ducks, under 1 year. 1 R. TiflSn. 2 R. TifHn, CLASS XIIL-YORKSHIRES - PURE BRED. Sow, over 1 year. 1 Fairfield Bros. CLASS XV.-aRADB. Best pen throe packers 1 R. TlUlB. a - Cooko. Sow, under 1 year. sttl. Dr. afiwoiii- old-I.. llnr-ker. lU'st riini laiiili-I., lliirkcr. Host pair ot owi'S, over 2 ye-.vrs.~ L. llarkor. l>ipli)nia rum. any ago.-Ij. Marker. I'LA.'^.S \ir. H. (llnmboiulot.) Host rain, tvo years.-T. B. Rifio. . Host rani, one year-.1. 11. Ririo. Best rani lanih.-.T. B. Ririo. Tlost pair of Ewes or wether hi nibs -.1. B. Ririo. CLASS XXIX. Oil painting, entirely original, 1. 1st Mrs. Marriott, 2i�a Mrs. J. A. SUwIe. Oil painting, copy, 2. 1st t!. II. Jo4in.stoiK-. 2nd Mrs. Alarriott. Water color, entirely original, JJ. Lst Convent, 2n(l Mrs. Marriott. Water color, copy, 4. 1st and 2nd Mrs. J. A. Slade, Crayon or Sepia, copy, 1st.-Levy DcN'o! or. Pen or pencil drawing, entirely original, 7. 1st Toddy Hagell, 2nd Mrs. J. A. Slade. Pen or pencil drawing, copy, 1st. The Convent; 2nd, J. K. Clark. Best collection ot amateur photography, not less than six, and entire work of exhibitor, 9. 1st Mrs. E. B. Palmer. 2nd. J. E. Clark. @ i'yrography, 10. 1st, t he Convent; 2nd, Mrs. Wi" II. Pawson. WRITING. CLASS XXX U. Standard I. 1st. Martha Vanhccke, 2nd F. Vantighem, 3rd M. Hiron. 11. Writing. 1st A. Piaco. 2nd M. Supiua. 3rd J. King. IIL Map drawing. 1st. E. Edwards 2nd C. Coin. 3rd A. Pisco. III. Composition. 1st W. Oswald, 2nd J. Dcvine, 3rd H. Vaselyak. Drawing. 1st J. Dixon. 2nd H. Smith, 3rd R. Crofts. iV. Composition. 1st A. Howard, 2nd E. Smith, Si-d M. Kelly. Drawing. 1st L. Luustrom, 2ud W. Frame 3rd B. McKay. 'teat pair sprlag plga 1 P. N. Skouson. V. Business fonns, 1st K. Devine. 2nd G. Downer. 3rd S, Lowthor. Drawing. 1st F. Johnston, Snd Katie Devine, 3rd Wm. Raley. VL Composition. 1st Gladdie Virtue. Drawing. 1st Dora Nimmons, 2nd W. Hardy. CLASS XXVI. Cultivated fruits, preserves, 1, Mrs. H. Scott. 2. Mrs. T. H. Harris. Cultivated fruits, canned, 1, Mrs. H. Scott. 2. Mi-s. J. Barclay. Wild fruits, jelliea. 1. Convent. 2. Mrs. J. Barclay. One loaf home-made .oread, white 1 J. A. - Slade. 2 A. E, Humphries. 3 S. M. Bent. One loaf, home-made bread, brcwo, 1 W. U. Morris. 2. Convent. 3 J. Barclay. Best loaf hoii:c-niado from Raymond Flour, W. 11. Pawson.- -Mrs. Marriott, special mention. Host loaf home-made breat from Ogilvio's Flour, J. B. Storey. Raymond Flour, W. H. Pawson. Ogilvies Flour, .f. B. Storey. CLASS XXIL-FRESH ) IMITS. Quart curi-ants. red, 1, E. Hagell. Pint raspberries. 1, H. H. McCluro. Quart Gooseberries, 1, H. H. McBlure. Honey in Comb, Special D. J. Whitney. HORSES. CLASS I.-HBAVY DRAFT. Stallion, Clyde. 4 years or over. 1 T. McCaugtoerty, a W. Harvey. Stallion, any draft breed. 3 or under. 1 L. Barker. 2 Jas. Ashcroft. Brood mare, foal at foor, 1 A. E. Keffer. Foal o* 1006-A. E. Keffer. Filly or gelding, two yeara cM, broken. 1 S. n. Fairfield. Best heavy draft team to wagon, not less than 2,800 lbs.. T. McCaugherty. Sweepstakes, Best draft stallion, any age or breed. T. McCaugherty. Best Heavy Draft Mare and Foal- .1. J. Johnston Silver Cup, -A. E. Keffer. Best exhibit of horses, special prize donated by Northwest Jobbing Co. A. E. Keffffer. -A. E. Keffer. CLASS II-AORICULTURAL. Best agricultural team to wag on, under 2,800 lbs. 1 T. McCaugherty. 3 J. B. Rlrie. Best walking team to wagon, draft or agricultural, once around tiack. First prize donated by Q. H, Johnston. T. McCaugherty. Filly or gelding 2 years old, halter broken. 1 T. McCaughery, 2 T. H. Harris. Brood mare, foal at foot, 1 A. E. Keffer, 2 R. Tlflln. Foal of 1906. 1 A. E. Keffer, 2 R. Tlflln. CLASS IV.-ROADSTERS, Stallion, 2 years or over, H. Ott. Brood marc, Sam .Tones. Foal of 1000, Sam Jones. Gelding or filly, one year old, W. Ott. Gelding or filly, two years, 1 TI. Ott, 2 W. R. Jamleaon. Beat colt from Altamont or Ara-wnna-W. R. Jamieson Medal, 1 n. Ott, 2 W. R. Jamleaon. (A apeclat prize was recommended for yearling roadster stallion owned by W. Ott.) Driving team to buggy, 1 E. Adams, 2 Mcwdoo & VanBorn Single driver in harness. X J. F. Rodgera. 2 J. W. Martia CLASS v.-CARRIAGE. Carriage team, 1 A. R. * L Co. Oelding or fllly, one j-enr old, W. H. Harvey. CLASS VL-SADDLE, Best boy rkler, 15 years, bono or pony. 1 Fred Harvey, 2 Dave Whitney. Saddle pony, to be rlddco. 14.3 or under. , 1 H. A. Cotton, 2 J. Laliborty. Saddle faorao, to be ridden, (Continued pn page 3. Wc Handle the Best Lines of Stoves and Ranges HicK (EL WaKely The Leading Tinners, Plumbers, Stofiin and Hot Water Fitters. Telephone IKJ. TRY OLIVER -FOR- Everything required in the construction of a Building, Lumber and all kinds of Mill Work Do not send all your money to Calgary aiul Cianbrook. Help to build up Letiibridge anti a local indttstry by patrouizins Oliver's Planing and Lumber Hills. Office, Yanh and Factory-Corner Round and Bompas Streets Telephone 158 Tbe Most EiactiDg Standards Of criticm prevail, and only uneqiialed qimlitj' huds favor wish us.----------- All kinds of fresh and cured meats, three times a week.------- Fresli fish P. Burns & Co., Ltd. -Tolephoue 91- I A. EASTON & CO. MANUFACTURERS OF HARNESS. SADDLES, AND GENERAL HORSE FURNISHINGS AKD^DEALERS IN i TRUNKS AND VALISES, MITTS, GLOVES, ROBES. WHIPS, TENTS. AWNINGS, WAGON COVERS, HAY AND GRAIN, ETC. ????????????????DC soil an old timer -WITH THE- old brands OP LIQUORS AND CIGARS IN A new stand Just? drop into my new quarters and convince yourself that I am up-to-date. .  The cleanest and brightest shop in Southern Alberta. ,  OUK inrioanoaoDDDiaSDnnDaDnnDaf Llethbridge brewing & malting company, ltd MANUFACTURERS OF Fine Lager, Beer, Ale and Porter} THE BEST IN THE WEST All orders sent to the Brewery will receive prompt attention DON'T FORGET We are selling (lie Shield Brand Pipes. This is the best pipe ever sold in Canada for the money. ;56 shapes, iJoc each. Every pipe guaranteed. All kinds pipe Domestic and imiwrt- Tobaccos and smokers' sundries, ed Cigars. Wallace CSL Hoselton The Leading Cigar and Tobacco Firm in Southern Alberta. ;