Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
Page 8 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALU Friday, January 10, 1913 THE WINNERS OF THE SPECIAL PRIZES AT POULTRY SHOW o- Lethbridge Men Did Well and the Outsiders Divided the Honors The poultry show still continues to b'e the talk of the city. Last evening the attendance was of :i very gratifying character and on all sides could be heard flattering comments as to the excellence of the display. Today will be the last opportunity open to the public to see the show and it is to be hoped that tihe city market will be taxed to its utmost capacity this evening. The judging has now been completed and the results have given general satisfaction. Special Prizes The following special prizes have been awarded: Association Cup-Best display of Brahamas, P. P. King, Lethbridge; special for best Braharua, P. F. Kins, Lethbridge. Special Prizes-Best Buff Orpington i-ockerel, J. Thompson, High River. Hest colored Bun* Orpington, J. Thompson, High River. Association Cup-Best display of White Leghorns. I. Bmmerson, Leth-b ridge. Lethbridge Board of Trade Cup- liest male bird in show, I. Enunerson. Special-Best pair of Single Comb White Leghorn pullets, I Emrnerson. Special-Best pair Cochin Bantams, .1. A. Massey. High River. Merchants Bank Cup-Best female bird in show, J. A. Gray, Calgary. Association Cup-Best display Bantams, J. A Gray. Association Cup-Best display barred Plymouth Rocks, Mrs. Cooper, Teesbank, Manitoba. Association Cup-Best display of 'White Rocks. J. A. Gray. Special prize-Beat Poland in show, Sam Jones, Lethbridge. Special prize-Best Hamburg cock, Peter Jones, Lethbridge. Special prizes-'Best display Rhode Island Reds. H. Perry, Edmonton. Association Cup-'Best display of White Orpington, A. Wheeley, Leth-br'fige, Special prizes-Best pair turkeys, -Vinson Bros., Langaon. Best goose J. B. Ririe, Magrath. Best pair ducks J. B. Ririe. Association Cup--Best display of White Wyandottes, H. Ross, Calgary. Special Prizes-East male and three fe-r.lcs in show, J. A. Gray. Canada Poultry Review Medal- He st Barred Rocks, Mrs. Cooper. Other Winners Uuuernoted is a list of additional prize winners: Anconas-Cock-1, Blair. Hen-1, 2 and 3, Clair. Cockerel-1 and 2, Blair. PulJet- 1 and 3, Blair. Dorkings, C'olorciS-Hen and Pullet -I, .Johnson Bros. Orpington BuuV-Cock-1 and 3, Dr. Prith ; 3, P. Ashcroft. Een-1 and ; 1. Ashcroft ; 2,^Emmerson ; 3, Frith. Cockerel-1 and 3, Thomson ; 2, Rir-! ie ; 4, Frith. Pullet-1 and 4, E. B. Nowers ; 2, Prith ;^3, Ashcroft. j Orpington Black- Cock-1, W. Cur-1 rie ; 2, Mackay; 3, Ashcrott. Hen-J 1, Currie ; 2, Mackay. Cockerel- 1, Cnrrie ; 2 and 3., Mackay. Pullet - 1 and 3, Mackay ; 2, Currie. Orpington, Whit?-Code-1, Whil ey ; 2, Nixon ; 3, Westbrook. Hen- 1 and 3, Whiley ; 2. West-brook Bros.; i and 5, J as. Gray. Cmkerel-1, Westbrook Bros.'; 2, Gray ; 3 and 4, Whiley. Pullet-l and 4, Whiley; 2, Westbrook Bros.; ;}, A. J. Davidson. Orpingtons, A. O. C-Hen-1 and 2. Spcnce. | Game Indian-Cock-I and 3, Dv-|son; 2, K. J. Cook. Hen-1 and 2, Cook; 3, Dvson. Cockerel-1 and 2.. Dyson. Pullet-3. Pullit. Black Sumatra-Cockerel-I, John-, ston Bros. Games Pit-Cock-1. West!.-rook Bros.; 2, A. Mackay. Hen-1, West-1 brook Bros.; 2, Mackay. Cockerel - ; 1 and 2. Mackay. j Houdans-Cockerel-I and 2, I'. ! Jones. Pullei-2 and 3, P. Jones. Crive Cream-Cockerel-1, J obn-ston Bros. Pullet-1, Johnston Bros. Dorkings, Silver Gray - Cock-I, ' Jas. Benton. Her.-' and 2, Benton. Cockerel-2 and 3, Benton. Pullet - 1 and 2, Benton. Java-Pullet-2. Johnston Bros. Poland. W. C. H.-Cock-1, Messrs. Telford & Sons ; 2, Jones. Hen-1, ! Jones ; 2, Telford ; 3. W. A. Frazier. ; Cockerel-1 and 2, Frazier ;. 3, Jones, j Pullet-1, Killop ; 2, Jones; 3, Fra-: zier. j Poland Silver - Hen-1, Johnston Bros. j Poland White-Pullet-1, Johnston ' Bros. i Poland, A. O. C-Cockerel - 3, Johnston Bros. Pullet-.1, Johnston Bros. ! Bantam, White Cochin-Cock - 1, Massey ; 2, Emmerson. Hen-1, Ririe ; 2, Bmmerson. Cockerel-1 nnd 2, Massey ; 3, Emircerson. Pullet - 1, Ririe ; 2 and 3, Massey. Bantam, Black Cochin-Cock-1, Ririe ; 2, Thompson : 3, Gray. Hen ' -1, Thompson ; 2 and 3, Emmerson. ' Cockerel-1, Emmerson ; 2 and 3, Gray. Pullet-1 and 3, Gray ; 3, Emmerson. BuR Cochin-Cock-1 and 3, Ririe; 2, Emm'jrson. Hen-1, Gray; 2, Em- | merson ; 3, Tyson. Cockerel - 1, Gray; 2, Eminerson; 3, J. Impey. i Pullet-1, Impey ; 2, Gray ; 3, Ririe. I Partridge Cochin-Cock-1 and 3,1 Westbrook Bros.; 2, Telford & Sou. � Urn-1 and 2, Westbrook Bros. � White Booted-Cockerel-2, John- ; ston Bros. } Brahma Hantaan- Hen-1, Jones, j Pullet-1, Jones. | Japanese-Cock-I and 2, Telford ; j 3. Ririe. Hen-I, Ririe ; 2 and 3, Telford. Pullet-1. and 3, Ririe ; 3, Tel-j ford. j Polish-Cock-1, Jones. Hen - l1 and 2, Jones. Cockerel-1, Jones. Pullet-1 and 3, Jones. j Pekln Ducks-Male-1, J. Thompson ; 3, Ririe ; 3, Dyson. ' Duck-1 and 2, Ririe ; 3, Dyson. Rouen-Male-1 and 3, .Johnston Bros.; 3, C. J. Eckstorm. Female- I and 2. Johnston Bros.; 3, Eckstorm. j Indian Runners-Male - 1, Westbrook Bros.; 2, Johnston Bros.; 3, C. J. Eckstorm. Female-1, Johnston Bros.; 3, J. Massey : 3, Westbrook Bros. J Ducks, A. 0. V.-Male-1 and 3, I Johnston Bros.; 2, W. C. Norman. -Female-1, 2 and 3, W. C. Norman, j �YV One Monster Fair For all of Southern Alberta 'oiuiniied from front r>aet>i "The difficulty that would confront the farmer who wished to send in an exhibit, and was too far away to bring it in, would be met by having at the station in each place, on Monday morning of Fair week a box car and some cattle cars. Entries for the Pair would close a week before. In the box car would be a man with the exhibition tags all made out ready to put on the exhibits, and he would-take all exhibits other than live stock and take care of them. "The live stock would be placed in the cattle cars, and the train pulled into Lethbridge, where it, would unload, and the exhibits be properly placed. ''After the fair was over the same train would so back to each place, and the exhibitors would come to the station and get their exhibits. "The Pair management would pay the cost of the freight, and the local exhibitor would have no more work cvi-exnense than if he had as usual to take the exhibit to the local fair grounds. '.'As for the people themselves: with a fair the size; that the combined fair would be, arrangements could be made with the railroads to run specials from every place, leaving in the morning; and returning at night, at a single fare rate. . "The sports feature of the fair might be-Ja little-difficult to handle the first ?year, owing- to financial reasons, but jtye. believe that some horse races open tmly to^local' horses could be put on, wh'ich.}jw)uld be of much mere real in. i�r,est^toi the-local spectator than S rape, .whioh,- while it might be a little 1'as'tejvwould .be-between horses that he had never heard of. "ThiB,, however, is not at the moment an Important matter, as It is, wq *�!fevo, the intention of all to Have an agricultural fair, rather than a cir-cui. "There are many other small details which would have to be worked out, but they can easily be arranged. "As regards the financial end of it, Lethbridge is prepared to assume all the financial responsibility of the fair. Will Get Government Support "The issuing of a separate premium list for each place, and the keeping of the identity of each district, will mean that" the usual government grant will be wid fcr each fair, regardless of the fact that they are all held at the same time on the same grounds. "The government grant comes in two pieces. There is the earned grant on the premium list; this grant would, of course, have to be paid to the Board of Directors, managing the combined fair and applied to the expense of the fair. "The other piece of the grant is the membership grant, and this can be made �0c Now boys, hurry up, it's your chance to get one of these warm sweaters- grey, trimmed wiifii blue or red. i Regular $1.00; Saturday ...... ' SHOP HERE EARLY SATURDAY THESE PRICES ARE FOR CASH ONLY - NO EXCHANGE About 20 Ladies' 3-4 Length Sweater ed. The prices range from $7.50 Coats, mostly all white but there are a few color-to $1 2.50 to clear Saturday morning at, each . $4.50 Remember these Prices are for Saturday Only The Big Store j. of Satisfaction which would be an education to the people, a fair which would bring publicity, and which would cause the outsider to sit up and take notice. "Remember, that at present, we are only proposing to try this for one year but if after a trial we are all satisfied that it is a good thing, and a five-years arrangement can be made between us, Lethbridge is prepared to jump out of the "big eight" circuit in which its fair now is, and go on with this combined fall fair, and put Into it all its financial resources, which include a special government grant and a city grant. This year, as Leth-�bridfe has to l>old its circuit fair in Juno, we will only be able to put la a part of these grants. We also believe that a still further grant could be obtained from the government fcr such a fair as the combined fairs would make, "N'ow, gentlemen, we would ask yo;i to consider this matter from the broad standpoint of a Southern Alberta fair; consider if such a plan as outlined would not be a grand thing for Southern Alberta. "Sink any small sectional differences there may be, and decide to give the combined plan a fair trial this year. , "Remember that, if you decide to do so, the fair is as much your fair as it is ours, and that ytu will have to go home and work for it, boost for it and hustle in its interest, for each place must make a success of its part of the fair, and then we will have a Southern Alberta Agricultural Fair in which we will all have our part, and of which we will all be proud." Favors Proposition Mr. Fairfield inclined to the opinion that the proposition outlined in Mr. McNicol's remarks was an excellent one, inasmuch as it would give greater weight from the standpoint of education and publicity. Fairs, conducted on a small scale did not attract in the same way as those carried on upon a larger scale. Mayor .T. B. Ririe, of Magrath, thought, it would be a good idea for the delegates of the south country to adjourn for a while in order to discuss the matter, and report later to the Lethbridge Fair association, D. J. Whitney was in favor of amalgamating the fairs, as the publicity part of thifl and tha attendance would be much' more in evidence. The successful carrying out of the plan, ne thought, would be a great boost fcr Southern Alberta; as a whole. E. N. Barker was defiply interested in the subject, which he had considered very carefully. As a result o; his large experience, attending falrB, Mr. Barker had no hesitation in savin:,' that he believed the holding of one big fair .Tould prove to be the mos advantageous way of dealing with tlu fair question. ' Mr. Barker strongly advocated the project, and hoped the delegates would consider if seriously. Ex-Mayor Hatch, representing the city, at the request of Mayor Hardle, could see nothing bu* advantage in Mnvinv iihmif the Cj> ,"(&gpunatioa, HANNEGAN CASE � JUDGMENT RESERVE ST. PAUL BRAKEMAN CI. A I.v.. MRS. CARDWELL CAME TO CANADA TO OBTAIN A DIVORCE John Hannegan, charged with bringing a woman into I'anada (or immoral purposes, was yesterday afternoon placed on trial before Kupt. Wilson and Justice of the Peace Ueitt-Icy, who after hearing the evidence, reserved their decision and released the prisoner on bail. After hearing the charge read over to lum tiie ace ist'd pleaded not guilty. The pr:s,-;n',r was represented by .J. .11. Palmer. Mrs. Lena Card well, the victim, was the first witness called and L?Kt.i Ht:ti that she in company wiih Hannegan, carne to Loth-bridge on 11th December. Hanne.v'.n had informed witness that the object in coming to Crmada was to secure a divorce from her husband, who lived in Towner, N. D. Witn-fjs said it was understood between Hannegan and herself that they were to live together as man and wife. Hannegan ! had asked witness to come to Canada and to live with him until she got a divorce. ] Cross-examined by Mr. Palmer wit-j her into Canada to tal'e up land. 1 Witness supplied the money ior the journey here. She admitted living with prisoner's parents in Crosby, :� N. D., for some time. Witness had $475 when she left home three months ago. Kaimeiran took $200 of this and gave witness hack $120. An add'tion-al $10 was taken by Hannegan. Witness ii-ave the name of Lena Card-well to the immigration officer at Portal. Kupt. Wilson wanted to know if it was a fact that Hannegan brought Mrs. Cardwcll into Canada to live with him an man and wife until she got marrie:!, to which witness assented. A. E. Humphries cs'-ed witness if T-Tanneftan hnd done anv worn" while in /,!.'thbrid^e, and as to whose money -he was living on, to wli'teh she rpnlied that Hannegan hart ben living o'i �hrr money and lind done no work. ?Innnegari had even telegraphed away for more monev, but witness had made no objection. In answer to Supt. Wi'son witness said no effort had been made to taVc up land in Canada or even 1o :'et a divorce. Witness was under the im-pr�ss!on that it wok easy to tr.st a, divorce in Canada, but fIic got a surpr'sc when Supt. Wilson told her it was the hardest place in the world i to secure a divorce. j Detective's Evidence '. Sergt. Detective Kroning levMied1 that Hannegan said he was married to Mrs, Cardwcll,-but later ad nit-ted that lidv was not married, although j living w^th the woman. Hannegan, while ifi till! In-iriie'Vi-.Uiin ofl'ic wanted to know if there was any way in which che matter could tie fixed. Defendant's Story Hannegan testifying on his own behalf, said he had visited Canada, two years ago, looking over land in this vicinity. Qur :t:oned about the money witness said there... was a mix-u1,) in this connection. Witness did a little of everything, and had tr'cd tc get work in train service, but without success. �WiliK'jss said, he was st 11 willin" to marry Mrs. Cardwell it this could be arranged. Rps^rdiui the trip from Portal to Leth':ridge witness said he bought Irs own ticket with h;s o'.vn money and that Mrs. Cardwell did likewise. NOVA SCOTIA BYE-ELECTION Antlgonish, N.S., Jan. 10.-The official nominations of the candid ilea to contest this county for the seat in the local legislature, vacated through the elevation of the Hon. E. L. Girroi to the Senate, took place here today. The government tLiberal) candidate is C. P. Chisholm, ex-M.P., and ex-Comlssionsr of Works and Min-es. The Conservative candidate is .!. S. O'Brien, maycr of Antlgonlsh twic�. PLAY AT TABER TONIGHT A scratch team left here this afternoon for Taber, where t.hey will play au exhibition game with the '"Chefs" thid evening. The local team will line-up: Goal, Pilling; point, Dunne; eover-point. Devine; rover, Ilutledge; centre, McGIHla: right, Charlton, anc [� I';, Ta:,io".