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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VIIE LETUBRitiGE OAlLV YM SPUE 'HEMOTBHE Livestock Display and ver 1500 Entries in Poultry Classes WINilFUEU, Aug. Wiuiri'red lety proud ot its successful 6th and 1th. The the socteiy under .lion of President, T. lj. r-crelary M. JJ- Kee mauo i success ofithe linftc-rlaliins. Ono of the ot the fair was Ihe parads of which was In the -.vhjch it was listed w HA. Stieppird taking firsts Win. Illckwore and Sons vfon a number of firsts-iu Ihe general ymr- noie cltUM. an4 Son- G' tliodrion and G. Clark were other f competitors who got into the win ml- L'onsiderins umn in addition to those who had nor. earlier rlassec mentioned. In horse class the principal were won by Oliver llurand, O. Agricultural Soc- 2inimerman, George A. Scott. J- jm'lh 0. li. Cooper and W. H. l'ar- ker In roadsters J. CapweU. C. merman and J. K. Chisuota carried off the honors among them. The sad- the prize list, savo spectat- weM to J. aud Virgil fspwell, f Elliolt for Cattle Losey and Sou and I. .C. Freeman JlotorUls Say Crows Xcst Trunk Highway Greatly Improy- nl This Season FRENCH GlINltO.Vl' ON ROCKS WILL UK HALIFAX. French gunboat Som.'nt struck on IVM Knoll while atteniptm; to proceed to tea In fog today. The marine and depart- ment was called upon for actltt- ance and the Stanley ha> bten to the iccne. It Is understood the'Somme me refloated without difficulty. SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, soldier. Is superinleudeiit of Iho experiuiunlal farm i Liberia, at an ot J1.30U icr annum. George Shortt. Ollava. returned soldier, was ..tho successful, candidate ;or IhtTpoBitiou of sub-trade commis- sioner, department of trade nud cc-m- merce, salary (Special to the Herald.' Aug. TLe cabinet bas decided that elecllons should be ors the opportunity, of suing up cich InSlvWual class as it and Mused considerable well-mooted com- tuent. Horse races.' buckhis contests and a ball game befrveen Wiiinifred and Medicine Hat, ending 4 .02 in favor or the Hat train, were tho features ot (ho sport program of the [air. The results of the racing and buckms I rents follow: 'Girls' and Boys' Pony Riwe. half Vensen.-s.'. by Ycttiou. Col- lins- 2uii. Pride, by S. Travis. Cigarette T. Dunn. Harness Race-lst, Esbay, by fc. J Ccpirell; 2nd. Lonieo, by J. Smito; Srd. Zoneltee. hy J. Little. Running Darky'.Boy, by Mrs S. A. Heath: 2rd. lilazu. by L. Dl Poo.-e; 3rd, Beauty, by R. 'Bucking Zcberbicr, A'- 'nd, Grind all. B. O. iest Bucking II. Coopers :Rclay Running Oumi and 1-ravis; 2nd, li. GUroy. Horses !L 'tlie horse classes' Win. Elliott tnd Son were the big prize winners with their Clydesdales. They captur- ed the gold medal F.nd ribbons ot the Clydesdale Horse Association ot Can- ada for the champion male with tbeir Isia J R- CruVholm captured the m'edP.l and ribbon for champion female June Bud. a brood mare with tnal at side. Elliott and Sou also carried off firsts for two year old Clyde stal- lion, Clyde mare and yearling, filly. Ai W Chisholm rautiired the prize Jqr three year old filly and second for Clyde !oai. H. R. McLean iroa ;flrst cle aned up all the priies in the sliort- rn classes will! fine ammals. In'the Abertcen Angus. Win. Illc more and Sons and K. B. Smith took all the prlics. J. flvsg hpd it ill his own war In the Holstcins. winning M "A. E. Ken.lali took the Jersey prizes. The grade classes brought out strc-us-'compstitlon. and the money was" fairly distributed between n. R. JlcLean, G. Clark. Losey and Son. f L Baler, O. W. Scott. Hick- more and Sans and Thos. Parker. Jr. The swine classes were very slim. F. L. Baker taking all the prizes with Us Duroc Jerseys. -There were classes at the fair for boys and sirls and Thos Parker, Er- prize for lie largest number of gopher nn Albert tails. Thos. Parker won first, Albert seconil and Earl Freeman third. iu the poultrr classes there were 635 entries Irom the following eihibi- Clyde foa'l. f6r tiro year old filly. Otter wmners in the registered horse classes were: 6 H Cooper, A- N. Sprinkle., H. A. ;-McDohaiV while A. U Colthbrp won first' with his Belgian sire, Gramdeur. tie draft classes F. took first for hitched team, -R. A. Mc- Donald first tor brood mare with foal at sifle; Baker, Cooper and 'Ac-hison Won with their entries in Ihc .three, two and yeariins fiEies'or .geldings G. W. Achison had the best foal. Oiler winners in these classes Were Wm. Elliott and son and R. A. Mrs. S. Chisholm. J. H- Chis- hoim. Mrs. J. I'ouel, Jas. D. JlcCartee. D. Havens, Medicine Hat; H. C. Gibson. Medicine Hat; Veil 4 McKellar. Taber; O. Tuttland, Mrs. C. A. Larson, R. Larson, Tatcr: T. W. Carr. Taher.; Mrs. J. K Mrs. W. Children, 'a- H T Luther; H fl. Myers. Taber; Sirs. F. L. Baker; 3. S. Wilkinson, monton; J. H. Warrington, Cornwall. 3nt W A. Moore, Medicine rial, V. Poyser. Medicine Hat and LoseV and Son were the big win- ners in" the grain, grasses, root! and vegetable classes, the prize for the best display going to them. Other winners were I. C. Freenwn, E. Tuebner. A. X. Sprinkle. .T. Hubka J H Holder, and Mrs: C. A. Larson In domestic- and dairy products the competition among the ladies was keen Mrs. Achison and Mrs. Dunn were the winners for butter, while and Son won the prize for fanc> butter. Mrs. J. Rjgg. Mrs. Colthorp MMt. F. GATIEAU 153 Papinesu Ave., Montreal; "For three years, I sufieicd great pain in the lower part of my body, with swelling or uloilinj, I saw a specialist, who carefully examined me and gave ma several tonics to take, which did net help me. Then he told me I must undergo an oper- ation. This, I refused to permit.: hearJ about 'Fryil-a-lirei' and lie TvonderfulTesullsU was giving because ttis tiitdftine is so decided to, The first box gave srcatrelief; and I continued the treatment, iakinj BI boies more. Now, my health ii I MO free of pain and I give 'Fmit-a-thca' my wannest MME. F. GAREAU. 60c. a VXM, 6 for p.SO, trial size 25c. Aialiaealersorsentby FruIt-a-tivM Ijoiited, Otbma. FERSIK, Aug. called meetms j ct the Ferule .Ufard of Trade roel in the couucil chamber las'. mslli al j which over tony members were ptes- eui. One hundred and fit'nty-flve new j members have been adJod ti> Tho nbject ot the mceiins was lo confirm action laken by the executive in its negotiations with itii' executive about-Sep, ,0, and the regard ins which hap mote tlio tourist travel through Ihe Pass. The feeling was harmonious ami resulted In the appropriation ot 51 w to continue tho work already and Ihe publicity committee was in- structed to prepare aavi'rtitins ter as and have folders and other information dislnbuted where most sood may cipected to result. An outline of what should be under- taken early in the new year imblicity line was discussed and there will be a vigorous adtertising campaign started early -ear. i Mr. Harvey was added to tho pub- licity committee .which now consists of five members, Mr. R. M. young, Mr. J. F. Spelding, Win. Baldry and D. Molt and Jlr. Ilanrey. Report; brought in hy touruts are to the effect that ihe Alberta section of the Intopproviucial highway is he OTWYA. Out., Aug. the Hit ot perinaiseul iiyiwiittuuiuts to Ihc elnl service "approve by (he- civil aer- tvlce commission during the week, j lhat ot Thomas Cellcy, justice depart- ment, from asaittlant comnilssiunor to commissioner uf immigration and colouizatiou. net is, Brocket, Alberta, returned and LePage'-Bros. of Jledicine Ha were other winners. In bread, pastrj preserves and pickles a tempting dis McDonald Cfcfsholm Bros- won first play of entries gave the judges plenty fir three foais, the get. of one sire. 1 to do. Among the winners were lirs .'They'had three fine entries all sire'dJEifa McLean, 'Jliss A. Angle, Mrs. r by First Degree. F. L. Baker iron first for the best grade miire or gelding and also first for norse'teari hitched tandem. the agricultural classes the prizes irere prefty. veil distributed amosj classes, F. L. Baker. Wm. Ellioi ind Son, A. V. Chiibolra, 0. H. Coop- A. Larson. Mrs. W. E: Tnebner, Sirs H A. Sbeppar'd. Mrs. Unssiad, Mrs Iluehrine, Mrs. H. Lervev, Mrs. J. F McFaflaue. Mrs. Geo. Dunn. Mrs. V 0. Long, Mrs. Gco. Scott, TVm. Hick sore and Eons and Losey and Son. In embroidery and fancy work th winners were: Mrs. Sheppard, Mr; NATURE'S LAXATIVE FOR MAN is the whole at grain properly cobbed, with me. outer bran- coat prepared in such a way as not to irri- tate the intestines.' In making Shredded Biscuit we retain the outer bran- coat so useful in promo- exerciser at the same time supply all the T At fy bulldmtf material in the whole wheat grain in a digestible form. The most real food for tl outheriand. J. Little. .Mrs. D. iavens, Mrs.'J. H. Sherlock, Mrs. Mrs. Galloway, Jliss ns. Mrs.- II. T. Luther. Mrs. Back- trom Mrs. G. Dunn, Mrs. B. Turnci', liss McDonald. Mrs. 'W. Hannigan. was swept Irs. J. R. Fisher, Mrs E. Mnnro. Mrs. years ago. G. Travis, R Gilroy and Losey and In the handicraft sections, Mrs. lavens. Mrs. HcKinley, Miss T. Long. Iiss Ungstad aua" Mrs. Soatherland vere the principal winners. Miss Rygg nd Miss Parker were the winner." be science classes. Boys' T Uiris' classes In roots and vegetable went to IJonald, Freeman, Miss E. Parker, T. Freeman, T. Par- ser, A. Lyoh, Gordon Lyon and Miss Angle. School children's work prizes were divided among Miss I. D. Skidmore. R. Schagel.-Gladys T. Long. Evo Mae Parker. J. CoHhorp. Grace Scbagc-1. Elsie Olga Ung- stad.. Ruth Hodgson, j Olive Luther, A. M. A. J Rygg, Eugene llngilad. Edith Bowermsn. Ear! Scott.: Earl Freeman, Victor Freeman, Ada Parker, J.-Mc- Lean and May Bowerman.-- iing greatly improved, anil throughout j the Pass district, from Crows Nest .to Craiibrook and beyond, the seasons work has been most satisfactory, leav ing the whole line much improve! throughout the district. The bridge over Farey creek has been about com pleted aud travel will at once be re sumed over tho permanent lino from near Hosmer to the bridge .ove the Elk here. This bridge is a grea improvemenl over the structure-lyhicl was swept away by the flood thre TORONTO, Aug. 00 worth of furs has come into Etl- ,ontou from the north country Ibis eek, according to officials of llic D. B. C. Railway. The larger ortion of these furs has beeu trans- hipped straight through lo eastern Tho cargo ot furs carried by last A. C. traiu to arrive er with baggage from Fort McMur carried two and a half carloads f'the precious pelts. This cargo In self was valued at close to JI.OOO.OOO S'early pounds of turs ware con- igned to the Hudson's Bay Cornpany nd nhout 10.00D pounds to J. H. Iryan, of this city. DANES TO SPEND MONEY. TO REORGANIZE SCHLESWI PARIS, Aug. Danish SO ernment announces a loan of 12f crowns at 5 per cent. This to be iised for re-organization expen es in Schleswis.' OLD COUNTRY ENGINEEKS ACCEPT WAGE OFFER LO.SnON. Aug. locomotive eoginefers, whose threat, strike caused to be feared. 'detihUeif. Ihe settlement offered thS govern- ment on Wednesday tbrongb Sir Auckland the .Briiish minis- ter of The''hew wage schedule" calls for 15 shillings aiu felectric motormen'as-a substitute for Ihe old system of wages and war bonuses. BLISTERED If yen Tifttd wn'tiiin -Toa need KORA-KONIA: KORA-KONIA, wfcik bol. Don't to AWar tbU u ra KO L KON1A. Don't h o vitbOQt It. The party leaders, .tho revrrscnu- es ot the industrial interests o! udapnst and tho authorities have con- ed ou the food question and it has en decided to ser.d a deputation, lich will include labor represents- ves to the entente missions and the umanlan commanders. Q FUR SHIPMENTS FROM FAR NORTH H. L. ISrackin's'nominationns Liberal at neit election for the On- irio Legislature was ratified at a convention for West at Chatham. wonderful projector lo the ikiu there is in the healiaf, oils properties of LIFEBUOY HEALTH SOAP ROBIN H in i lijl not Robm'J-IooU a'ridj and' 1 del i 'Askytiur (taller to .THE FATEFUL HOPE DIAMOND. peaches or lidously any meal ananas, ICT fruits. A Paris cable to the Now York World says: In connection with. tho .death of young Vinson' !.e Journal recalls the sinister history ot the celt- hrate'd blue diamond- .at the hoy's mother is'the present 'pbsscs- or. Brought from India uy a French explorer In Ihe seventeenth; century, it was -purchased by Louis XIV, as a gift to was soon afterward disgraced and. Im- prisoned. JIarie' and j Princess 1-ambelic. whose' head was I borne on t. pike ihrongli tho streets of Paris, wore Ihn diamond in turn, its next Lv.-o possessors, ti Dulch jew- eller ami a French revolutionist, both died in dire poverty. r. The gem was bought lord-Hope of IvOndon, whose fion May i Yohe, .the American actress.; only lo i (ind trouble, of'nuplial bliss.) lay Yobe herself refused lo wear Iho hie gem. In a French-merchant sohl 'it or francs lo the" HuEsIan 'rlnce Tlie Prince lout t to his mistress, n Ihe j 'olies-llergere, bu.t before'she could j ppear In public with the ill fated i tone he slabbed her lo dealh in her j Teasing room. Jlc hiimelf was us- assfnated by Ihe Xihlllsts Iwo days ater. In the meantime, Oolot, the from whom Kanlsowgky' had cciulred the jewel, went Insane .ml committed suicide. The next owner, a Greek, fell down a precipice with his wife and chil- dren and was killed. St-lma Queen of Abrlul Ifamid's harem, wore tile Hue dia- mond when the Young Turks Invaded the Constantinople palace, Sho was slain by the who hlmaelf was A Turk, who bought Hie gem from nver Pasha'R' gang, dlfid suddenly on his way lo Singapore, Carller. 'A New York Jeweller, sold the diamond to-Mr. McLean in 1812. Shortly afterward the millionaire's mother dfed of pneumonia, and his only son has killed. E. S. OTIIer, of Ifcgina, was cltctc< president of the Underwriters Association OUCH! CORNS! LIFT CORNS OFF D iO .YOU, realize how much you can waste over a cranky range? Every'busy woman should hpye a j Kootenay to work work, ashes easy to take .'outs; oven, quick to doors fitting right, a well-made reliable range. to see the Kootenay. Inquire from Lotal Hardware 1 Dealers. Dopsn't hurt 3. bit. fp lift sore, -touchy corns off with fingers Vcs! Majic! Droji a little Kreezonu on Ei bothersome torn, Instantly (ha! corn stops hurting, then you lift it rfelil off. No pain! Try It. A few cents buys a boltlo o Frcezonc at any drug store.- This la sufficient lo ril your foot of ever; hard corn, soft corn, or corn between the toes, also all calluses, and wlthou the slightest soreness or Irritation. 'I rtocsn't hurt nt all! Freezono Is th magic ether discovery dl Iho Clnclr .rjft'.i WHY NOT TAKE IT EASY IIOUSKKBBPERS! Arc you baking your bread this hot weather? Now wouldn't it b3 more economical lo Keep tho Imuse cool and comfortable and conserve your own buying Jlotlel Hakcry Bread. nd eliminate one ot tho hardest parln of your housowork .which Is so oppressing dur- ing Iho heat of summer. It is really economical viewpoint to buy MODEL BAKEBY BREAD. All the good features of homc-iriadn bread arc found in Model Hakevy Bread which trio fhn bread baker at home. They, of ail others, know good bread. Our Dread s pleases them anil will please you. ASK YOUR GROCER OR PHONE 1.175 AND THE RIO WILL CALL, THE MODEL BAKERY N. J. Schweitzer, Prop. Phone 1175 ;