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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 23, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Our Pearl Set Brooches Are bound to delight you because of their original designs. The gold used is 14k plump, which menus much. The workman who mnke (hem are specialists their line. The result is bound to be antifriction for you. in Prices from $5 to $25 Wm. C Liphardt Succmor 10 A. Zllliix Jeweler  Optician Department of Agriculture. Health of Animals Branch NOTICE PRIZE LIST AT THE LETHBRIDGE FAIR T. E. Patteson . OTT BLOCK Real Estate, Insurance and Commission Agent Fire, Life. Acvidml and TCnil Insurance in the 1>-! companies. �Residential Lot^. M >ltvn examined hy him and found free from contagion of mnngc. Any such cuttl.\ however, shrill, if doomed advisable l,y the Inspector, , . ho detained, dipped, sprayed or oth-1 >KHlt. oiwiso treated In such manner ' ns the Veterinary I>ir.�*"-ibed truct or not. consigned to Outdoor sports Olid games. Gym-1 Winnipeg, or to points east thereof nasium. Fall term bejins Sept. 5th, 1906 For prospectus write Rev. F. D. Tyncr, M. A. Macleod, Alta. B.W. Riding Breeches Specialist Three years experience at Hammond's-The Greatest Breeches makers in the world Mc Adoo & Van Horn Cartage Co. CONTRACTING DRAYINC COAL DELIVERY shall he inspected at Winnipeg, and no railway co.no-ny shall iv'er.so {such cattle at Winning or load such cattle for reshlpment therefrun until they have been submitted ly daylight to an Inspector of tho partinent of Agriculture and -� t i  fled by him to be free from M �.:.>;. and other contagious or tnfcviio is diseases. (.'�) Cuttle found on insn�>: inn lo l>e alloc tod with Mango or ot'.er .�!-tagious or infectious disease -hall '..e dealt vith ns may l>o ordo.vl by the Ins|M>ctor. Owners and persons in cnur^e of cattle are strongly urged to d p or otherwise treat thi-m In ft vhoiiugh and systemalic manner wh.'ther in-ilic.ii i..ns of Mange are present or not. The disease, while under cantr-it. Is ni>t entirely stainpi'd out und cur>v Icssiiess or neglect may render it necessary for tho Department tst, nun, one ,\c.ir old-L. Marker. llesl rum limih-1. llorker. Host pair of owes, over 2 years.- L. Murker. Diploinn ram. any age- L. liar-ker. \ CLASS XII. n (linmbolulel.) I Host ram. two years.-I. U. Who.! Host. ram. one year-.1. II. llirle Host ram lamb.-J. TV IMrie. Host pair of Ewes or wether luml>� -1. 11. Hlrio. CLASS XX-IX. Oil painting, entiivly original, 1. 1st Mrs, Marriott, 2ml Mrs. J. A. Slatlo. Oil painting, copy, 2. 1st (1. II. Johnstone. 2ml Mrs. Marriott. Water color, entirely original, ,'t. 1st Convent, 2nd Mrs. Marriott. Water color, copv, >r Empire Wall Papers, (rum 5c. a roll up I lest of work gunrun teed. llcslilenri*-FlrM. house *iiBt Court House, on llaroneas Road. of ra We gunnmlee (�.' Work I Horner ^ Hutchison pin ?nannnonnnnn.-]Dorif-i.-if- IT HAS COMETOSTAY The now C. P. R. depot on south side of track Invest now in a few lots on Cousins Harlow Survey. Choice lots on North side also. 20,060 acres finest farming lands in Canada to select from, Geo. C. Millar Real Estate TABOR - ALBERTA Lethkrtdge Branch of The Pembroke Conservatory of Music ). GEORGE HARPER. D.tcctoi PL'PILS HKCKlVEb DAILY EVKKY HRAXCH TAUGHT Tlio most advanced and progrm-sive methods are employed in each department. Students prepared for our own and University Exama. Theory, Singing. Violin, Mandolin, Orchestral, Elocution, and Physical CuUuro Classes. CONCERTS. RECITALS, AND LECTURE RECITALS. Collegiute year from September 1st to June iiOth. Studios over . Tuff's New Store. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Terra* Modmtc. Proiptctui on ipplicaiion FOR SALIC. Alberta Red Wheat. Sevon tnilos south east of Lethhridge at wind -mill. 75 cents per bushol. p, N. Skouson. ' 1 nitn. CLASS XX.-FIEM) HOOTS, t bg. beat Pink Potatoes, any variety, 1. 1st Y. Chow. 2nd Y. Sing. | bu. best White Potutoes, any variety, 2. 1st Y. Sing. i bu. rotatoen. any variety- sweepstakes, .1. Kweepntakes Y. Chow. Six carrots, yellow. 7. 1st S. .lonos. Six Mangel wurtzols, 1 Y. Chow. 3 S. Jones. Six Sugar beets, B. 1st and 2nd Y. Chow. Best collection of new varieties of potatoes not less than six varieties, names to be given, and 5 lb of each variety. 13. 1st S. Jones. nest collection of field roots, not less than 8 varieties and ,'t samples of each, 12 litt S. Jones. Rroad Roans, I J. Rarclay. 3 Y. Ohow. Kohl Habl, purple or gro-n. I. Yuen Sing. CLASS XXI.-OARPEN VEGETABLES. Six intermediate carrots. 2. Iki V. Chow. 2nd Y. Sing. Six nhort carrots, a. lnt S. Jones. 2ml J. Harclay. Twelve yellow onions, 0. lut J. Barclay. Twelve garlic, 7. lst"^'. Chow, 2ml Y. Sing. Cullon pirkling onions. R. 1st awl 2nd Y. Sing. Six turnip hoots, 10. lKt Y. Chow. 2nd II. McClure. Six long blood ljeolN, II. 1st S. JniK'S. 2nd Llveimore. Six parhnipK. 12. Ut Y. Sin�. 2nd Y. Chow. Six yellow turnips, 1�. Ut Y. Chow, 2nd S. Jones. Six white turnips. 1.1. im'Y Chow, 2ml Livermoro. Six tomatoes, ripe, 15. IhI Y. Chow. 2nd. Y. Sing. Peck grwn tomatoes. 10. Kt .1 A. Barclay, 2nd Y. Chow. Six red peppers, 17. 1st. Y. Chow. Two cucumbera-rtdge, 10. i�t y. sing, 2nd Y. Chow.  wo citrons, red-needed. 20. 1st W. II. Robson. 2nd S. J. McD;arinld. Rhubarl>-dost 12 stalks 21. 1st. Y. Sing. 2nd Y. Chow Six heads of celery. 20. 1st and 2nd Y. Chow. Twq heads Hat cabbage, 28. 1st Y. Chow. 2nd Y. Sing. Two heads conical cabbage, 27. 1st Y. Sing, 2nd Y. Chow. Two heads rod cabbage, 23. 1st Y. Chow. Two heads Savoy cabbage, 2nd, Y. Chow. Salsify 1st Y. Chow. Kohl Raid, white, ai. 1st S. J. UcDlarmid, 2nd Y Chow. Two heads cauliflower, 33. let Y. Chow, 2nd Y. Slog. Two bunches cut parsley, Ha. 1st S. Jones. 2nd Y. Sing. Six ears sugar com, 34. 1st Y. Chow. 2nd Y. Slag. 2 qts. peas in pods, cd by bona 1 1). J. Whitney. j Ruff Orpington, cock and hen, I 1 Hing WO. * i 2 Bing Wo. Plymouth Rock, Ruff, cock, 1 Eden Rest.Farm. Plymouth Hock, Buff, hen, 1 ami 2 Eden Rest Farm. Rest breeding pen. any vaelety. 0 hens and 1 cock, must be over one year. Eden R�t Farm. Plymouth Rock. Buff, pullet, 1 and 2 Ed. McKenrle. Plymouth Rock, Buff, cockerel, 1 Ed. McKen/.le. Silver l^acctl Wyandotte, 1 J. S Philips. Plymouth Rock, whito. cockerel, 1 Blng Wo. Plymouth Hock, white, hen, 1 Blnu Wo. Plymouth Rock, barred, pullet, 1). J. Whitney. Plymouth Rock, barred, cockerel, 1. G. Moore. Plymouth Rock, white, pullet, 2. a. Mooro. Plymouth Rock, whito, cock, 1 Eden Rest Farm. Wyandotte cock, 1. W. Stratton. 2 Ed. MdCcnzle. Wyandotte hen. 1 ICJi'n Rest Farm. .1 Ed. McKenzle. Wandotte cockerel, 1 II. Scott. 2 W. Stratton. Wyandot to pullet, 1 II. Scott. 2 S. J. Mcl>larmld. Iveghorn cock, 1 E. McKenzle. !/*ghocn cockorol. 1 (J Mooro. 2 S Jones. Leghorn pullet, white, buff and brown. 1 O Mooro. 2 S. Jonesf Minorca, cock and hen, 1 S. Jones. White Iieghorn. Hen, 1 Eilen nest Farm. Pullet, 1 Eden Rest Farm. 2 W. Carter. Cockerel, 1 Eden Rest Farm. 2 W. Carter. Binihnma cock, 1 E. Hagell. Brahma hen, 1 E. Hagell. Black Spangled, 1 Blng Wo. Amlnlutiian, Cock, special. Eden Rest Farm. Turvcys, over t year, 1 Miko Petronia. 1. special, R. Tiffin. Pucks, over 1 year, 1 I). J. Whitney. 2. J. Mitchell. Pucks, under 1 year. 1 R Tiflln. 2 R. Tiffin, CLASS XIIL-YORJCSniRES - PURE BRED. Sow, over 1 year, 1 Fairfield Bros. CLASS XV.-ORADE. Host pen three packers 1 R. Tlflln. 2 - Cooko. Sow, under 1 year. spl. Dr. Mew I burn, 1 R. Tiffin. 2 - Oooko. Roar, over 1 year, X R. Tlflln. The Most Exacting Standards Of criticm prevail, and only tniequaled quality' finds ^ favor wish us.------- - -------_ ii>iie�j for yearling roadster stallion owned | H|Hffftff�fff����� by Vv. Ott.) Driving team to buggy. 1 E. Adams, 2 Mcwdoo & VanHorn Single driver in harness, 1 J. F. Rodgors. 2 .1. W. Martin CLASS V.-CARRIAOE. Carriage team, 1 A. U. & I. Co. Gelding or Ally, ono year old, W. II. Harvey. CLASS Vl.-SADDLE. Rest boy rider, 15 years, horse or pony, 1 Fred Harvey, 2 Dave Whitney. Saddle pony, to be ridden, 14.3 or under, 1 it. A. Cotton, 2 J. Lallborty. Saddle horse, to be ridden. (Continued ou pace a. B*�#.t**�#*#*#e>#*t#***�*****#**#**#t##*#.>e>�#^ | A. EASTON 6k CO. MANUFACTURERS OF HARNESS, SADDLES, AND GENERAL HORSE FURNISHINGS AND DEALERS IN TRUNKS AND VALISES, MITTS, GLOVES, ROBES, WHIPS, TENTS, AWNINGS, WAGON j� COVERS. HAY AND GRAIN, ETC. � il�ail?M�iailiIiSI5ISj til -WITH THE- OLD BRANDS OF LIQUORS AND CIGARS IN A NEW STAND * Just drop into my new quarters and eou/ince yourself that I am up-to-dato. �. The cleanest and brightest Bhop in Southern Alberta. CEO HOUK �II �""irTiTnnnnnnrinnr nnn'-nnnOQD �felitelililala DQDDOO LETHBRIDGE BREWING & coccccoococcosoa3 MALTING COMPANY, LTD MANUFACTURERS OF I Fine Lager, Beer, Ale and Porter THE KKST IN THE WEST All orders sent to the Brewery will receive prompt attention f DON'T FORGET ^ We are selling flie Shield Brand Pipes. This is the best pipe ever sold in Canada for the money. .'5(5 shapes, :15c each. Every pipe inuurautced. All kinds pipe Tobaccos and smokers' sundries. Domestic and imported Cigars. Wallace CSL Hoselton The Leading Cigar and Tobacco Firm in Southorn Alberta. ;