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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, 24; 1011. THE DAILY DAY FRIDAY, 25th PRICES! HALF FOR ONE PRICE 52 Black and Gray Vicunha, silk lined Overcoats, sizes 35 to 44. Made to order by one of the best makers of High Glass Clothing in Canada, and are guaranteed to keep shape for one year. Regular price to to clear at 136 Brown and assorted striped all-wool Cravenette Overcoats. An Overcoat and Raincoat combined. Silk serge lined auto, military and presto collars. Sizes 35 to 44. Well cut and just the thing for the present day wear. Regular price to to clear at ASK TO SEE OUR NEW CRAWFORD SHOES ALBERTA BLOCK 5th STREET ASK TO SEE OUR NEW FUR AND FUR LINED COATS HORSE SWEEPSTAKES DECIDED AT THE FAIR (Continued from page T Ml 2. Prof. Buffum of i -tes that some of tho grains pud napses are very nearly perfect, iv-Aij-ht points out of a possible l.iri- were scored by A. "Perry lot ,1'ardston In hb dry farming indlvld- exhibit, and at that he Is saving MB best exhibits for.the Dry Congress'at Colorado Springs thU fail. Tho judging was done by Mr. uiitium. who stated that some of wheat shown was as nearly perfect "s It would bo pos-jlble to get It 1 'I'he Judging of all the exhibits was completed early this morning and a trip through the stables will winners of the various championships In the stable at tho east end of the grounds may be seen the Shetland ponies which are tho attraction lor children, vicing this respect with the circus. ENTRIES FOR TODAY'S RACES AT THE FAIR HRST Mile Pony, 14 1-2 hands or under, 1. Mazduli, cli.m., 3, Gaylc Gibbt 2. Pot. li.m., W. H. Holt 3. Alice, s.m., G. Addison Ki T. Jciikinson SECOND Mile Open, 2 in 3; 1. David Uoland, b.g., West and Ca Id well 2. Miilvancj-, br.st., C. Parkhurst, 3. Goddess of Morn, b.ra., J. W., Mcl.aughtin 1. Alberta Hoy, br.h., T. B.'.Ienk- iiison Mary Decs, br.nv, W. A. Mo- Kcigen G. Pack Him, K. S. Pringle 7. .lack Adams, b.g., Lee Borden' THIRD Dash; Athabasca, ch.li., tt. Glciciet Zoc Young, b.m., J. A. Burns S, ch.m., W. J. Alford Alviscott, ch.m., -Ilecd Mayor Eloida IJ, blk.m., G. II. Smith I.lanrioff, b.h., II. W. Eshorn 7. My BOijuettc. b.m., E. J. Salt AUUED FOURTH DatV tor Alberta Bred, 1. Mazdah, Gaylc Gibbs b.g., p. AV. Ross 3. Tuscan, b.s., W. A. McKeigen 4. Knsign, ch.s., W. A. McKcIgen 2.15 rnce'or 2.10 trot did not fill 2.25 pace or 2.20 trot did not fill So .far the police have not exper- ienced any undue trouble in handling' tne large crowds thronging the city jti.osc days. The chief and his com- I potent staff Stave been very ..watchful or any sharpers that might be trj-lny to play at pqfrllc expense with their numerous galleries and simitar snon- cy making with j suit that the present Midway at tne fair grounds Is Iree from ..any .'gull- ing games. In thia morning's police court there were two cases of theft, one of which was over until Saturday morn- ing, the other being primarily dealt witn. Joe Little Chief, a stalwart looking chap of the red ;skln tribe, appeared before the cadi, charged [With storing up too much booze for jhls own good. He wae fined ten dol- lars and costs or thirty days, and jwas held th-At the police might leant m what source he was successful Jin obtaining the fire water. He ed that lie received the stuff from a whito m.Tii but wr.-j unable to disclose nis Identity. The police aro actively engaged in an attempt to'locate and convict him who handed out the In- toxicating dope to the Indian. Jofin McArthur, Angus MacDonald and BUI Samko were all arraigned In flue order to answer to the charge of Doing drunk and disorderly. All Pleaded guilty and were handed out the usual. MILLIONAIRE GIVES CUP v olorado Springs, Aug. McKlnnie. the mining and oil mil- lionairx; of this city, has donated a. trophy cup to the exposition of tho international Dry Farming nt Colorado Springs in October. The cup is given in the name of CcJorado. and ft Is to cost It for the best collective display of dry farmed products by a state or nation (Colorado Mr. McKinnle iocs not hr.ve to farm now for a liv- ing, as he once did in Kansas. With ,the money from the first mine thac :he ever sold he bought a it. He IB a big land owner now and takes an Interest In dry farmJnp. I lie inad-a minions in Cripple Creek and has stavked them up in sugar beet and oil Investments. An A Mont own woman whose hus- biiml clojjpil in 1003 is asking the courts to dpclan- him dead so that slur on bis life insurance. .Mrs. Kahcr' fl.9 years oM, umlcrwriii mi operation for appendi- citis nl her homo U'ilkp.sbnrro, and IK null ing K'uxl {irogri-ss toward ;