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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 15, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JANUARY 1."), 191 ! THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE Something EMPRESS THEATRE 0) ^ .So For the first time in the city GAUMONT'S TALKING PICTURES Complete Change of Program, featuring The Bedouin Love Song New Two Reel Vitagraph Masterpiece The Mystery | Silver Skull Enthralling : Weird : Thrilling 5^ ^ cn ' respect. George <'ard and .1. B. Ririe carried oft' most of the prizes, but the lot were highly commended. Tlio e.x'hibit of dressed poultry was good, and the show of eggF. while not largo, was excellent. AUogether the exhibition was an i uiKiualified success, and Secretary MMatkln, together with the other gen-j tienicii, who so ably assisted him, may ' well fee'l iiroud of the success attained. The show IJiis season revealed the fact that .Mas'rath is a leading I centre for breeders of high grade i poultry, and that the business in this section is rapidly assuming wide proportions. The Seed Fair Tlie annual seed fair was held in connection wil.i tlie poultry show, and llhis event was a pronounced success, also. Particularly can this be said of the wheat exhibit, which was exceediivglv heavy, all being of. superior (/ualily. Tlie diS'Ulay of -Mar-(luis wheat by Heathorshaw and Phil-Hps, the wheat that averaged over forty bushels to Uhe acre, was pronounced perfect !by the judges, and A. R. Bennett'd and Ralph W'interton's Red Fife were scored high, also. The wheat this year was far above that of last season's fair, the purity of the sQod, freedom from weeds and wild oats, and the plumpness, well ripened condition, hardness and uniformity of size, all ot whlcih cjuallties denote strong vitality, were characteristics tiliat won unstinted praise from the government judges. Tho judges wore U. Macintosh, the well-known grain grower of Macleod, and George Hut-ton, father of Supt. Mutton, of the.'La-combo Kxiierimental Fariu. Tlieso Under the Auspices of the Central Women's Christian Temperance Union, a Recital Vi^ill be given by MRS. NELLIE L. McCLUNG Author of "Sowing Seeds in Danny," "Second Chance" and other \vorl