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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta ft'riduy, August 1HE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERATJ) Southern Alberta SPECIfiL NOTICE! Wednesday, Thursday, aiid Friday, Adinittahce'to tirouiids.Dnring These Days 25 Cents .Evenings tree. Grand Situsd 25c afc night. Same Price During Day HOTEL ALEXANDRA iLETHBKIDGE European Plan Finest Cafe in the West Open to 12 p. in. Telephones in ;Evpry Boom; Free Bus to and from .Depot. Individual 'bath-rooms. Wines, Served-in .Gafe. Cafe opem till 12 p.m. Hotel Phone 717 Cafe Plume J. STOKES, Prop. J. H. LEE, Manager. f Western Canada Agency Ltd. WHOLESALE {IMPORTERS A JOBBERS Pint Avenue South Lethbrldgc, Alberta. Vifitori to the City are cordially invited to call and inspect our stack of Railway, Mine, Mill, Blacksmith's, Builder's and Contractor's Supplies Our .stock of thresher-supplies is most complete, including: Penberthy Injectors Lubricators., OH. Clips. Greflfle Cups Ejectors Water Guages Gauge Cocks Air Cocks; "Rubber Endless Thresher Belts. Gasoline, Kefotene, Rubber Belting Strathcoua Endless Cauvas Thresher 'beltinc. Lace Leather Packings Tank Pumps Tank Pump Suption Hose Injector Hose. Hose of all kinds. Oils and Greasei MORE PRIZE WINNERS AT EXHIBITION (Continued from pagu PHONES 712 and 1170 While Wending the Big fair Aug. 19 to 24, be sure and visit our warerooms, where you will lincl the largest and most of, pi- anos, player pianos and organs an d Victor Gramophones in Southern Alberta A few bargains In Used and Shop Worn Goods: riANOS, in condition, and up. TWO PLAYER PIANOS, condition, ind up. FIVE ORGANS, itcontl h.nd. Hid up, 100 ROLLS OF PLAYIiR MUSIC It hulf Mason Risch Piano Co. FACTORY BRANCH, New Dominion Block. KXPBIIT PIANO TONING Phone 791 IRRIGATED FARM PRODUCTS f Freih FrulU Half doxen any Skouaon. Half est. Three bunches Bing Wo; 2, Sing Chow. N S. Jones. Sugar Liing Loucy; 2, Che- nery and Jaggard. Turnip Chenery and Faggard; Bins Wo. Long Chenery and Jag- bard. Two quarts peas in James; ,2, Robertson. Two quarts string son; 2, Robertson. Three heads Cos Chenerj and Jaggard. Lettuce, any other Parry; 2, Paw son. White and Jag gard; 2, Jones. collection of nery and Jaggard. Grasses and Clover Timothy Beii 2 MacLaine. Western rye Ben James; 2, Graliam. Brome Ben James; JJ, .Lawspn. Whitney, 2, Watson. White R. Lee, Blue joint James; 2, Crest. and Field Grasses bushel white Bins Wo; 1', Robertson, Half bushel any other Biug Wo; 2, Robertson. Six Swede Bing Wo; 2, Robertson. Six niangle.-wurtxele Ben Carter. Six mflhgle'wuHzels B. 2, Robertson. DAIRY PRODUCE Dairy Products Best crock of J. C. Drew- ry; 2, L. B. Losey; 3, Mrs. 0. H: Snow. Best pound roll or print of 1, Mrs. Thompson; 2, Mrs. M. Esser; 3, B. S. Fawaon. Honey Best 3 sections, 1 D. J. Whitney. Best large p. J. Whitney L. Echstorm. Best quart of extracted D. J. Whitney. Crochet "work Jn H. Atoll- is; 3, Mies Cuincron. Crochet .work In Mrs. ton; 2, N. Krdmau. Crochet work In R, C, Con- vent; 2, N. Novo. .Crochet work, any fancy braid com- G. Wanloss; 2, Miss Cameron. Crochet table mats, Mrs. Donaldson; 2, Mrs. Baliierson. Crochet counter Mrs. Best- .wick. v- Knitted counter 1, Mrs. Smith; .2, 'Mrs. Besiwlek. Quilt, cotton, patch I, Mrs. Sluumty; 2.' -Mrs. Feller. log cabin, Mrs. Shaunty; Mrs. J. B. HOHB. -'Quilt, crazy .Mrs. Smith; Fetter. Silk .quilt, any pattern-1, Mrs. Net- dig; 2, Mrs. Fetter. Knitted woolen airs. Woslyng; 2, airs. Allan. Crochet or knitted baby jacket, wool Mrs. Smith-, 2, Mrs. McAdco. Crochet or knitted 'baby Mrs. Smith; 2, Mrs. York. Crochet or knitted tea cosy in wool Miss Cameron; 2, Mrs. Butler, Crochet'.or knitted baby skirt or Mrs. Shantz; 2, Mrs. .York. Lady's apron, hand made, York; Mrs. Roy. Ladles' shirt waist, plain or York; 2, H. Mellis. slippers, wool or Ming Cameron; 2, H. C. Convent. Crocb-et slippers, wool or Mrs. York; 2, Mrs. Aynam. 'Ladies' underwear (3X nieces) hand 'Mrs. H. Meliis. Men's ...flannel or cotton Mrs. Smith. -Button holes (one dozen) on differ- ent Mrs. York; 2, Mrs. Allen. Plain hemming, one R. Convent; 2, ;Mrs. York. Darning on socks or Mrs; York; 2, Mrs. Smith. Knitted 'woolen stockings (one pair) R. C. Convent. 'Knitted woolen stockings (one pair) 2, Mrs. Kulpas. Knitted. woolen socks (one Mrs. Cameron; 2. C. H. Scott. Knitted wool-en -sacks' (one coarse-rl, Mrs. Cameron; 2, H. Knight Knitted silk stockings R.. C. Ladies' knitted gloves (one Mrs. Smith; 2, Mrs. Kulpas. Gentleman's knitted woolen mitts, (one Mrs, Knlpas. i Ladies knitted woollen mit-s, one Mrs. Webb; Bi-s-Mrs; Smith. Rag mat, Mrs. Sherd; 2, Mrs. "Westou. Rag mat, hooked and Mrs Urquhart; 2, Mrs. Qlancock. Wool mat, hooked and cut lj Mrs. Normani1 Needlework, Non-Profeislonals Embroidery on linen1 Hol- land) with silk, H. .Scott, Embroidery on white linen or, satin with colored Boulton; 2nd C. H. Scott. Embroidery on botling cloth, E. Smith. Embroidery on -Mountmellick, all MEATS Meats and Poultry Ham, best home, Mrs. .M, Easer; 2, A. Perry. Bacon, best home A, Per- Best pair dressed cockerels, not drawn, quality and dressing to be Hi' Cocks; 2, W. H. 'awson. Best pair other dressed fowl, not drawn, quality and dressing to be con- Mrs. McKean; 2, H. Cocks. Best dozen brown A. T. Gould; 2, Mrs. 'McKean. Best doxen white J; D. Ste- iiison; 2, Miss Russell. DOMESTIC PRODUCE Domestic Collection of home made S. H. 2, J. C. Drewry. Home made S. H. Mrs. M. Bsicr. made S. H. Vebh: 2, Mrs. J. B. Ross. Preserved fruits, whole or half Mrs. J. Craig; 2, S. If. Vebb. FANCY WORK Fancywork i Tatting, any G. Harrison; .Mrs. Steed. Netted doylies or G. 2, Western. white; E.yljecock; 2nd Mrs. Allen. Embroidery on ribbon work, .on any Cams; ,2nd, H.. Willis. Embroidery, white or coi- ored slik or York; Mi-Si Willig; Wallacian. white or colored silk or cotton Mrs. E. Bmitb; 2nd. Mrs. Allen. Embroidery, eyelet, silk or cotton white or Harrison; 2nd. Mrs. E. Peck. Embroidery, lace Al- an. Embroidery outline, .silk or cotton ".rhite or 2nd. Mrs. York. Embroidered stocks and collars on linen, white or colored Allen; 2nd. Wyraaon. Embroidered 'handkerchiefs, initial or York; 2nd Con- rent. Embroidered five o'clock tea cloth, in silk, colors or all E. Leach. Embroidered five o'clock tea cloth alt white Man waring; 2nd. Convent. Embroidered five o'clock tea cloth, drawn Wattless. Embroidered centre piece on white Embroidered centre pieces in laco work Mrs. Lafferty; 2nd J.B. Ross. Embroidered doylies, all white on E; Leach; .2nd 'Mrs. Allen. Embroidered doylies, silk or color- ed cottons, B. Smith. Kuibrol'lfired doylies, drawn Mrs. Wright. Embroidered tray cloth, all white Mellis; 2nd Mrs. Allen. Embroidered tray cloth on linen In silk, Roy; 2nd. M. E. Leach. Embroidered table napkins with in- itial or monogram Mrs. York; 2nd Mrs. Allen. Embroidered sideboard scarf, on Ihi- _cn, all Lufferty; 2nd. Mrs. Donaldson. Embroidered sideboard scarf on lin- en in silk, Roy; 2nd Miss Bowiier, Embroidered .pillow shams all white 2nd. Mrs. Wodell. Embroidered towels (one pair) all Aiellis; 2nd M. E. Leach. Embroidered -sofa 'cushions, on sat- in or silk, with silk, Nedlg. Embroidered sofa cushions, on can- vas ribbon work or any other W. Wyriian; 2nd. Mrs. ,1. B. Ross. Embroidered tea cbsy, on linen in silk, Leach. Embroidered tea cosy, on in all 2nd Miss Smith; Coronation braid centre tea cloth or any other white'or Miss 2nd.: Miss .Smith. Modern crossrstitching centre, tea cloth or any other- "piece, M. W. Wyman; 2nd M..6f P. Convent Embroidered piu cushion on linen all Shautz; 2nd. Mrs York. Embroidered pin cushion on linen, handkerchief case or tie white or col Airs. York. plain. .Hemstitching York; 2nd; Mary 13. Yat Point lace handkerchief or M. E. Leach; 2nd. Mrs. Smith. Honitbn Ei. Yates; 2nd. iBattenburg Smith; 2nd, M. E. Yates. Darning on net, all York; 2nd. '.Mrs. Bettton. Darning on net, in Wei- ler; 2nd. Mrs, WanlesB. Irish crochet lace or Donaldson; 3ud. Mrs. Shaiita. Knitting in lace or table 2nd. Kielpas. Special- Baking Competition In the bread .competition offered by the Ellison milling company and the Taylor company, there were a large number "of entries and -the judges had .a hard .task :deciding on the 'winners 'so excellent was all the exhibits. The were" Best loaf of bread, made from' "Our Best" flour, -home made, 1st Mrs. Gar- .den; 2nd.-Mrs. McLean; 3rd. Mrs. Van Oren. Best loaf of. bread made by profes siohai bakers from "Our-Best" flour, 1st, D." Schweitzer; 2nd, R. Maxum; 3rd, 'Bear. Best loaC of bread, made by a girl from "Our Best" Isl .Miss Inman; 2nd. E. Weston; 3rd Best loaf of brown bread, made from Ellison's whole wheat D. Schweitzer; 2nd. R: JIaiuni; 3rd Mrs. Snow. Best-loaf home-made bread, made from "Pride of Alberta" flour. 1st, 98Ib sack of the fiour.Mrs. Imman; 2nd. 491t> sack of the flour, Miss'Cam- Best loiiE home-made bread, made from their "Mother's Favorite" flour 1st, 98 tb sack of the'flour..; W.Hel- Beth; 2nd, 491b sack of.the flour, Mrs, MuKean. CUT FLOWERS linen, till Plilllya; 2nd H. Mellis.' Embroidered centre piece on Hoi land linen, in silk E. Peck; 2nd. Mrs. Boulton. Embroidered centre piece on white linen, in silk Mellig. Cut Flowers Best bouquet sweet grown in Lsthbridge, silver cup Valued at presented by the. Monarch, and Morris ,tBalderaon. Best bouquet sweet' Mrs. Bulderson; Mrs. Downer; 3, Mrs. Bcnton; 4, Jas. Firth. pansies, 12 or Mrs. Downer. Beat petunias, 12 or D. J. Whitney; 2, Mrs. Downer. Best 'poppies, 12 or -Mrs. Bolderspn; 2, Mrs. Man waring'. Best verbenas. 12 or D. J. Whitney: Bolderson. Best Mrs. Johnson; 2, Mrs. Geigon. Best Mrs. Bolderaon; 2, 'Mrs. Manwaring. Best D. J. Whitney; 2, S. B. Loscy. Best M rs. Geigon; 2, Mrs. Johnson. Best S..B. Losey; 2, C. Parry. Beat .Mrs. Ben ton; 2, J. M. Richie. Best table Mrs. Down- er; 2, S. B. Losey. t Best bouquet flowers grown in the yard on irrigated D. ,1. Whit- ney; 2, C. Parry. Best bouquet grown on dry farm In the S. H, Losey; Mrs. j Esser. SIR GEO. A8KWITH SAILS London, Aug. A. Askwilh I sails Quebec today, -hy request of i the government, to the Canadian Disputes Act., He panied by Lady Afkwith and Hon. j Tioroaa Boscnwtu, That withstand allJohnny's or Jane's lor what they 'are sold school shoes. We have all styles to suit all pockets at all prices. Before you buy thait new pair come in and look over our stock TOGGERY A FATAL WOOD ALCOHOL JAG Aug. 2U-Seven men bare now died, three oUiers are hov- ering between life and death .in the general hospital, while .others ,are Iking the fields around. Lambert in a state of temporary1. Insanity, as the result of .the 'little celebration which took place foreign- ers across the ilver trom Montreal on Sunday night. Two additional deaths 'today -brought the list- up: to seven. Deadly poison in the shape of whiskey is alleged- to be the cause. 'When the foeer ran low iu a birth- day party held among the laborers some one suggested sending to" Mon- treal, for more liquor. Six bottles were .brought.. across and from these' flowed the deadly leverage. wo men have been arrested on the, charge of being responsible for the -even deaths They are George .Sam- merman and Koat Bellakourl, ;both of St. Urban street. They were prom Inent leaders of the Russian colony here. A peculiar feature is that wr- en men all became .stone fore .they died, and .when the police brought the two 'prisoners to the' hos- pital and asked them to.identify this, others, the dying men declared thai they could not gee anything. The man who was sent to the city to purchase the liquor is now among the ,deatl He paid three dollars the deadly stuff. COMING TO THE WEST London, Aug. Bishop of Ed- inburgh and Bishop' Jocelyne, accom- panied by a number of Church of Eng- lish clergymen, satl on the 14th, on a mission h-elp the Prairie Provinces of Western Canada. Exhibition Exhibition THE GOURLAY PIANO A cordial invitation given purchasers and clients to the booth, by the Manager MR. ROBERT IBEY Exhibition Exhibition ;