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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 23, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta $1.50 BRINGS TO YOUR HOME FOR ONE YEAR, THE A BRIOHT, NEWSY AND GLEAN NEWSPAPER Subscribe for it now and keep in touch witli yith the encourage- i mentandthe success that has favored the i Herald in its six month's career. - - - Will find - - - The Herald The best medium in Southern Alberta to reach the people JOB DEPARTMENT We have a modern equipment of type and machinery, as well as first-class workmen, and we make the statement without fear of cdntradiciion tl^at the Herald turns out as fine a class of jobs as any office in the West. A trial will convince you that we have a right to talk this way- Try us for Letter Heaii Bin Heads Doidgers Cofiiiig Cards Wedding Ivitations Programmes Anything in fact where type and ink are used i: The Hcrald*s Motto: ft Nothing but the WAS A BIG SUCCESS Thl^ Years Fair Drew Ng&owds ALL POiNn WELL REPRESENTED Indians Fnrnislicd Lots of Anrnsc* ment. Wiitch Lethbiidgd Oiow" . has Ixien our, Hloifan from iho day iho pruK.s. turned out the lloruld and now, after wc. havu seen und onjoyuU the flrHt ]^lhlirid|re fair wo add. "and the fiiir too." For as Loth -bridge grows. 8o wih the fair, until It hocoinuH the grqut exhibition of the well populated Southern Alberta of a lew years hence. 'Jhe fair i.l-reudy Ih' big, but it will lie bigger und bigger as the years roll by. Our guesH of the number of people in attcnduno) at the fair on 'the two days is 7000 and wu tlon't believe we are f�ir wrong cither. Jt wa� a great crowd-a money Hficnd-ing, orderly, well cli-esstfil ro-spoct -able �;rowd. It was nmile up of people from all rtvor the fount ry and Ijiey had tfteliest time they have .vet enjo.veon badly punctured if it hadn't put o this ottraction. The Indians camped near the foir grounds and thit luntorested hundreds of people: Then the full �lress 'parades ami the pow wows, lirew. Immense crowds., It is m>t often people have hha^ opportunit.v of seeing Indians in their pictuivsttiic garb of days gone li.v or of witnessing the pow wow, so these featui-en of the programme, unique as thjv were, delighted the crowd. The Indians had a great,ti^iic, to>-> the Lethbridge fair is thohig event, of their lives. TJiey saw ever.vthih^ that was to. be scien, spent their money ns only Indians cun spetid >i, ond after tlK> fair whs over, slowl and regret ull.\- turned their 'heads t>M wards their reserves to the west. At tho fo^ir grounds the first ivt-t^ction was the exhibits of stock, poultry, fancy work, vegetables and grains. Tho display of slock was not large for the raising of thorough bred cattle," sheep and hogs, has not been carrkxl on by the farmers ' to any extent.' Uowe\'er, there were .several exhibitors of cattle, '^sheei,, and hogs and quite a n'umlior in horses. As the country develops tho farm animals will becomdmoro num erous undthe fairs of the ;future ar wel I, t wb features that impres.ud all those who inspected the sampliw they had on view at the fair. Xcar them in a large tent, the Provincial Oepartment of Agri.'ul  ttiro had an exhibit of dairy . and poultry apiiliances, on well oa wm-plos of weeds. A. Uitchell. Chief Gbvcrnment Weed Inspector, �ras in charge and he gave some very helpful hints to the fariners who calleii. - PAin FLURniES. The Raymond and -Lethbridgcbanii.s furnished delightful music both days. The gram! stand and ble�ch?rs were ovcrcrowdctl both days. / n. J. Whitney,'showed what is b*-lioved to Im) the first honey ever produced in Southern Alberta and it was good looking stulT, too. iifr. Whitney also pxhibitcd a well du  velopefi bee sting, which made his face appear as though he had. been participating in � pugilistic enco.'.a-ter. W. \. Hamilton aiid A. E. Hunv phries were tho, busiest ra�n in Al-Itcrtu on the two days of tl>0 fair. Both'gcntlomcn handled their positions to the satisfartioh of all. 0\-er fftcio was paid In extrinne mono.v foi'-vUie roc^s. The liquid refreshment booths^ did An initnonso trade,, thanks to tiie niercur.v l>eing away up both da.vs. I'he new band stand waa not completed for the fair. It will 'be a dandy., . Hon. W. T. Pinla.v, Minister of Agriculture, attended tlie fair on Fri-day. While in the city'ite was th* guest of W. C. Simmons, U.P.P. John Herfoii; M.P. Fair both days. ) -' � . wos at 'the E. T. Oftlt, displayed hia usual gerorosity by contributini $ao to the s|>ort8. ;mi ihat Wiu- wuk The main building also housed some excellent special (Exhibits. A. Southard, the enterprising Lethbridge merchant, had a display of furs, and a show casu of lueger's woollen goods, cuuld not be sui'ims.sed ai' tho nipeg Industrial. The display visited by hiimlreds and the universal declaration was thi^ Southard carried a st.ock that could not Im' beaten in the large cities. To ket^p his store before tho public, Ur. Soiithard lielicvrs in lots of public-ity. Tho display in itst^lf was ik splendid adveitisniiient, but Mr. SouthartI atldprt to it by giving a-way fans and cups to everybody und the name .Southard will appear imj-fore people all ovi.'r the district now as tlu.s.s,'d warm words of admiration. Tho Ith.yiiiond Siig'ar Company im'i tho Raynumd Flour Mills had a bit? exhibit, in charge of Mayor Oreen. of Haymond, who told the (icoplo of tho morits of tho flours and ccio^Ih turned out by the haymond mill, Ho had no difilculty in impressing � � ; The Indians �s carrying iieopio to and from tiie grounds. ^ The ladies of St. Monica:s Quild, St. Augustin'if church, served ro -reshnicnts' both daays and added quite a nice sum to their funds. W. W. HandfoiHls collection of photographs on view in the , main building, wore greatly admired. Mr. Handford Is a inost artistic photo -graphei'. The Hist exhibit of sheep was seen lit the fair this year. The Knit Bite factory, of Ray -mond, had a very good exhibit 01 their goods at the fair. STOM.\CH TROUBLES AXp COS STIPATION. No one can reasonably hope for good iligcsitiion when the 'bowels are cmiAtipaled. Mf-. Chas. Baldwin of fjdwflrdsvllle, Ml., says: "I KuRer#(l from chronic consiipatlon and atom-ail Liver Tablets am almost cured.' Why not giet a package of these >tkh -l�t,g. The races weiv well !on -tested, as might be expected. ( nd excited great interest. From a spectators standpoint, rt is safe to say, th e relay races caught the fancy, but the small numlicr of entries, interfered with tho ...usual keenness anti excitement of the.io events, Proliably the best of all tho rela.V faces was that in which the Indians wef� the contestants.- In tho free-for-all rcimirka|>le time whs^iVcordeii, one heat lieing. run in a.ai. Tha result tof the races were aa fol-.j Iowa: THUnSBAY. , Boya Pony Race:- ^ Admiral Dewey 1. Cracker Jock 3. Time 01 aeconds. ^ Half mile running:- Anita 311. ^ Eaater Cant 132. � Young Pipper 2U. . Sweet Marie M. Yellota Mane 5 I Don't Know 4. Time 501. &1, Ali. 3-minute Trot, or Pace:- Olen Dor 11. Queen C. S3. F^tfaelvKirk 33, ' John W. dis. , Time 3.43, 2.4ri. 2-year-oid trot or pace:- Alberta Mcid 11. Wormwood S3. Dynmont 3. Time 1.4A, 1.51i. Relay Race:- Misa Pow'ell, 4.35|i MiaaFnx, 4.90. Indian Relay Race:- War Dance, 4.87). Ronald Day CU�f, 4 39. -|-mil� Dosb'- Za aSa 1. Woodcock! 3. Shannonnide 3. Hutch Miller 4. v Time 1.17 1-5. FRIDAY. (Free-For-Ali.) (Continued 'rom a^>'g;5.�' , . K. Kate, a T. WeflitMmW ' King's Dacey................. 1^1 Sinunon's Etta ,V. ...... ..,3 9 2 Chappcll's Gov. Rtimsay A 2 3 1st prize 1135, Snd 950, 3rd $15. Time 3.30; 2.21 and 2.20. (2.25 Trot or Pace.) Five heats, Ist money V125; Snd |50, 3rd �35. 1. Cbappell's High Ball. 3. Johnston's U�>undary Boy. 3. Cotton's Hilly R. 4. Partilow'a Clearwater. Time 3.3�i, 3.23, 2.a5i, 2.23 and 3.SA. Victoria Cross lUice, In this race, 'a { mile return, the contestania had to pick up "dum-mlca" along the course. X. Stanley Whitney $35.00. 3. Harry Rose, $15.00. 3. R- Wylie. 'P Time. l.ll.  (Squaw Itavi).) .\ i mile dash and one of tho inosi exciting events. 1. Chestnut, $15. 2. Grey, $10. 3. Roan-- 1 A (itt tlM U ___________ lAuthlia, �| iUck Bivar, wM.glaw am priaa for ataUiM. iwa jmnt ovar. A UwiMUMt dollu* Wm �!�. ad (or tfaia lioraa at Wtirtp^.) � CLASft X.-ORADK OATTUl (BBCr MIUBf.) Cota. tkraa yam or mnr. ftr iiMi '�trra^PAa&i. Haifar. 1 jMr aM, 1. P. N. BkONMa. ^^i*jmm  " �  - 1 A. B. TUUrn, . Fat Miar. tfjmM or mw. 1 Md a A.^8. Katar. CLASS XI.-�||A|>S OAVTUI (OAIRlr BMBBiMI.) UileU c��. a jMM ar 1 R. Tiffla; a W. lfeA�oe. ^ ' Beat throa feauaea oarMtf mMI MMI by axiribitor. 1 A. G. (Tha/apeeial^ priaa lor-^ ia aeparaitatf gmiasMMI 1 Iron witeat. WM �i*MM____ mlfl^ axkilrttad ty Mortk WaM �^ biafe Co. uMl L. U. rowtap� Oa.) 1 J. Kaa�y. ^ - i . NAtURAL HISTORY. Be* GollacUoa or^ iaaaet�>l' J. Keaiqr.  - ^ . of TREE PLANTINO.. . Largest and beat c nnted by D. J. Whitnay.''Jka. . Ratw clay. ' - ii- f-Vi^i' QIVGRS OP SPBQUI* lu cloaa 1. %acttoa^,�. ^ In ^ tlaaa;^l;''aeistM�;�;'min�{�rt�; BMik of Roatraal. IMMiriafi . In vlaaaiOj awUM f.^nnt .�rtw ,WcheWnm.^, y.^,. In closa 4.-Baat two yaor. oia'SHy or celdiag. ftaadairi In cUae-t4, trnV^'^^miV*^ the Two Maca. In claas 14.-PHBta oil lock, Freeaiaa ft Co. In claas ' 33. -.aacttott. prize J, D. nic�ate�SM�>*r��, In closa 17-anMa ,J�f�. Rogers. In clasa 30.-Baat v kMI of ' made; from 'RoyOIHotia Ogilvia Flour Mllla 6a. � > .. Baat^palr of partH��*:.IM�|l�ta- "craS;{?.a�.a,ifcn,W�^ liest a femalea. tha CooyowttlfojA' sociatioo. ( , -i- \ CiM* 8. SwmpatatiM bao>, rim. any age, any o(,ilkaal .MaaSo,^ OlMwr Lethbridga braock. ' ,/ Class aee. A, laat aligla MfW^-in addMoa to Soolatf' Otta�->Sta�* kon hat. A.;]fa0do�M,'�Coo. Claaa �. a�!, 5. baat My rM�. Jf.' T. Heaaoo. . s' * ^ Claaa �, aac. 7. Orfvliw ^ 1Mb'I* �u�K.v. F. Rooaay. - j t 4.^- Clasa 10. aaa. . baat . ^msHil, Brodie ft StaffoM. SitacUi-Daat tflaplup smm *Ma cattle, allvar liSl/ -ST-'^fS. Henry Hirka ft Co. '^MAKE HAY WHILB THK ..-.'8HI?JE8."f BOX  Time 57 seconds. A OOOU BRIDGE .STORV. London is chuckling at prment over � "bridge " story, which Charles Hawtrey is tolling in "The Man From Itlankney's.'' Here it iii: A foniily which is paHsionately devoted to bridge is.plunged Into mourning by the loss of thp father. A discussion arises as to whether the (l�ceascy agents. The Monarch Life .\sRuranc4) Co. has been oiganiitwl. The ofDce^rs elected were. D. A^ Gordon, M.P,, Wal-lacebiirg, president; Hon.., Robert Rogers, vlce-prosident. p. iiurrts, Calgary, is one of tho directors. (too Yair> bus may attack aoaia mamhar'^ .tta horne without Wrninff!. :Ii>hap>har'! Iain's Colic. Cboiera a�d^ XMarrhdiaa : ReinMly. which ia tha baat '^�a ntedicine for titese 4iaaaaaa. tticfiM always be kept at baad. aa u^mafl,*. in/to treatment ia necessary, anit 4a  l�.y may prove f�t*l. For aal.a by-all drugigLtts. Gerow Fugiti�ia: Did Not Fall Off Train. But Got ns To Get on Another South-hound Train, Time 1.17 1-5. B LETHWRIIKJK DKIiUV. One and one quarter miles, 1. McljmKhlin'.s J.'i){ard.-u $200, 2. Moody's LuUy lliiioii $75, 3. Pollock:s Vellow Maiv $25. Time a, 12]. Th� otllc'ials wore: .Announcer-tieo. IIo'.i>c. ' Clerk of Course-ilajor W. Jiurnett. Starter-Hon, L. O. DoVober. .Iiidges-G, M. Hatch, .1. H. Flejit. wooil, A. R. Mc(lui|-o, Timckeepeis-T. I). Kevin, Prad Rooney, W. J. Armstrong. - On .Saiurda.v a matched'race,''running dash, took place between Powell's Cyclone and Mcl.iaiighlin's Anita. Lively interest was displa.v4 and a heap of ninno.v was bet on thi> result. Anita being the favorite. It wos a very, close race, but' An>ta won by a narrow margin. The racu was for a side liet of $200. (Fernio Free Press.) 0*roAv, the tJ. P. B. bafgagamin who (lisapr>Piired mystariousiy lavt; Friday from his car and waa frttl ini.ssed at Morrissey. haa oi>t jM turned up, but the myster.v haa b^^a i solved to the satisfaction of tlia,|>u^i, iice. The police went over tha roa4' to Morrissey and found no clua..Af- " terwards rumors that Gerow �raa io danger of lieing arrested at Cran-;-brook, supplied a motive for Gerow:*' ; disappearance ^t this place, i', , ,\i ' It �s supposed that tha bagcit^*';: man made hi^ escape from tha:car , ut tho con I chtite,,whera.tha;;;tra.fa > stoppiHi to coal, and that ha �oi. put of town .ton a iO.N.R. freight t-hich. pulled oi|t:^ahofjtly, afterward*; In support :Of.th'iiivtli^rx-'hii� omdal coat and'raft',ir�re.found near Uov mor'oi^ Sunday by a fishing party-  Get\)tv evidently had the. whole thing planned to a nic^t.V' C, P, R. Detective. Fo.y waa ia the city this w(>ok looking into the matter. Foy as ^n' nipeg Tribune, . ; ,.' . , , '' 'n '1; ;