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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDflEDAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 1911 J Though local merchants were not I closing lid. Amongst other exhibits, pitted red cherries and1 Lombard 1 yhims and. Crawford peaches. There -'itronglv in evidence with their I arc Louden's barn door track, i-warcs "the floor space in Uie cxhibi- patent strel cover to keep .ft suuw jion maiii building was well oecu-jaml d rt, and a well-devised cow pied, more room being utilized for: stanchion. Stephens and Silksinne j canvas tent making many striking displays. SCHOOL EXHIBITS i .Under the dome there was gathei rd together a large assortment of in of ths pupils oi the cil s.hools. This was of great variety ranging kindergarten stage tc in the High school. Paper folding, cardboard work, clay mode? and basketry, woodwork mechanical and model drawing, and white crayon and color work and picture framing were all grouped in artistic arrangement un der the supervision of Mr. Bailey .Of- the Manual scbool.- The exhibits all round were of a highly meritorious order, displaying ability, application, and the results of careful tuition. The specimens of manual work were ol a high order, noticeably a library (table made of oak. with six pieces Terming the top in winch no Joint ;was visible, by Clarence Price. This was fashioned" without any assist- ance except instruction. Other work Reserving mention was the first piece tot wood turning done in the Manual school by Dorand Young, consisting of a pedestal made of birch and jfcftined mahogany a fine check- er board by Fulton Bonncll, small oak table by .Norman Higin7 boibam a magazine rack by Gale and a carved pedestal of design by. a Chinese- -pupil Walt. There were several made clock frames of individual -designs and of varying dial sizes: broom holders, all "uniform, iwere exhibits of accuracy. .The weav- ing work was remarkable, together with the wood "work-on geometrical '.A little hat made and trimmed with "loses was a credit to1 the-workman- ship of five-year-old Helen McKillpp, and another little mite had turned oui a whole circus 01 paper with "Johnny Jones' ant! his family." Knife work with compass, paper and knife, made a creditable exhibit. There were some very good draw- angs on view-, particularly some black and white juvenile figures by John Kctas, of the Galbraith school. Thc-Separsts school had on show some very fine specimens of map- drawing .with a beautiful display oi .clever needlework., t Nature was on evidence with art in a healthy display of plants grown from seed supplied io the pupils. The Lethhridge schools possess the dis- tinction oi .being the only city schools in which this mode oi education is tarried on. THE TERRILL FLORAL CO. temple" appropriately de- scribed the artistic and harmonious blending of color which makes this display the beaatr spot of the cen- tral hall. Here grouped together are of roses, fuschias, lilies of cigar plants, carnations, geraniums, petunias, ami begonias, evidence of the perfection hammocks, lawn produce. knowledge can j mowers, Swift's bit-yelps, go-carts make up ihe and the whole is burrnumied by tistic fencing. The Hinman Milking Machine Under the charge of R. 15. Shautz demonstrations are given of this use- ful aud labor-saving device. AVorkeil by electric power or gasoline the ma- chine proclaims itself an acquisition to every up-to-date dairy farm. is a well varied assortment of jellies such as snipe, cherry, red currant, greengage, raspberry and pear, mak- ing fii teiui.it ing display. Flavorings j extracts of tho Pure Goid Jhinu-j faeturlug Co. are also on view. As to what can bo done In the preserved fruit line the display furnishes abun- dant evidence, a choice seleoiiou is afforded. Ellison Milling Co. "Our Best the leading arti- awful Vodka-curse. ele produced by t.Ms firm, is well view, arranged in different sized CZAR NICHOLAS OF RUSSIA A new picture of '-ie Czar who is using Ms power to rid Russia of. the sucks, from 10 pounds io the elephant j sack the weight of which is left to Lethbridae Auto Co. Two fine Studebaker cars in which session of the nearest guesser. Bread the firm specializes are on view.) and biscuits made of the flour are ou j These are a 25 h.p. roadster ami a.j e.vhlblticn and show Uie standard [ive-passenger, elegantly got up aud handsomely. upholstered, with all up- to-date conveniences and accessories including an electric smarter. These.; well-known cars bespeak for them-! which its use obtains. Campbell, Wilson Home In tastefully arrang- ed are the canned goods consisting of selves ...In-.the fine aud useful appear-1 preserved fruit and other varieties! ance they furnish. They Imve dia- furnished tlsis firm. mond .tires, with floating axles, Tim- ken: bearings aud gasoline tank in Gourlay Angelus Piano Player and Oie Koyal Shield ext a pleasing display. make Lethbridgs Chocolate Candy Co. This firm has a large line oi their i In this booth are exhibited the pop-j iocaiiy juauulectured' cnccolates aud ing and most" commendable to the ular instruments which nowadays are j candies. In every conceivable variety i efforts of Ibis enterprising firm. It considered part, of the household fur- they, make up a collection speaking! is a feature Uie exhlbiis iu the cen- iiure, jweii Of the abilities of the manufac-: tral- nan. j turers in producing articles fit to com- _______ Southern Alberta Welding Co. pete with those the well known j This local enterprise is on deck with factories. Amongst' the varieties are patterns and processes of welding and pail goods, lady caramels, Rcyal mix-j July right of a fanner over oil companies drilling, on hia "loans for and "co-operation for buying nud soiling timougst farmers" were the items ol Interest at ti. largely attended iueet- ing of the members of tho' Jtathwell and AlcUlde Lnke loc il Un ions hold ut Hath well on Thursday last. The principal speaker of thy ing was 'appropriately named Speak- liis discourses, on these sub- jects were" listened to with close ai tention by the audience. Mr. Speakinan is the1 of the: U.F.A. and in dealing with the nglits of farmers in the all import- ant oil questions informed; tho meet- ing that In the event o'f nn oil 'com- pany deciding- to drill on a farmers {.land, .'farmer had t'hu' legal right to fiist require an-arrang-ement from the company to pay him; compensa tlon for .-the surface rights of the land, and in the .event of failure to comply -with tins procediire, the farmer had feature amongst" the varied exhibits, j a, right to refuse entry, but if entry i .Everything which an'up-to-date estab- provides in quality arc on view such as silks, 'sunshades and feminine and ether 'buyerg. The Hudson's Bay Co. lias exceeded itself this year in the splendid dis- The exhibit is highly interest- sugar in the commodity manufactured the Raymond with tJie public guessing and becomes ihe pos-i feel ;l >ust priue m the article it turns oi DEMAND THAT Oil PAY Hudson's Bay Co, Miladi can well spend att hour ot wholesome looking over the creations which this well known firm bus on exhibit They are a distinctive urnisb in titis: particular Hue. Frache Bros. Here is gathered.together a beauti ul-display of natures' floral offerings. get-up are prominent. Mi Perla Cigars This well known local brand-is well he booth is a weakh of coloring and to the front, and farms''an attractive large variety "of cut blooms gives aid j exhibit o a Sne color scheme. On view are Canterbury bells and other popular Taylor Milting Co. Here are samples of the firm's flour with a large loaf extending the breadth the booth made from its manufac- ture, and open to guessing as to the weight with a prize to Uie success- ful one. Risk's Chick Food which is attracting attention, is also on view. The Ford Cars Two fine specimens, had .-already made, to remove tho plant and the employees, using no more force than was necessary foi piupcac In dealing with the needs of estab- lishing credit banks or some' system of temporary and long term loans for farmers for diversified farming, -Mr. Speakmaa gave a 'most interesting and minute desciiptlon of the MUlais systems In 'force "In Denmark, the benefit of; which, ho said was clearly HhpuiL by s'ate of the farming community In -that .country. He furtliei- informed the mooting that the'question was at the present 'time engaging, the earnest attention-of the rftntjii of the and also the vlbertt Legislative tho cxpci Icnot, of the past few having made it cleirb uppiuont thnf dheis! fled fanning tho onlj successful form oi fanning, in this province But iur tins main.) was needed and no only cheaper inone.> far more Importance, a. longer term of .loan repayment. Co-operation among farmers in purchasing tho t'Ue last subject dealt with by the speak- ci and found unanimous support among the farmers present. The ad vantages to be derived and the money to be saved- were .clearly demonstrat- ed, and -Sir. .Speakman concluded his address v, itb an ni gent appeal to unite in a solid body oh this Import- ant question. J. Sionsbn, of tho district association; presided In a most able manner. A, series of-meetings-of a like imtifre are being held throughout the Macleod district mhlch en A world of varied entertainment' is afforded by this Parker, Shows and tlic> form a hlghh addi- tion to Hit fcaluieb of the fan HIT SHOW Hero is a circus in'niiniaturc, with a highh trained liursc, almost hu man in its performances o( going to Ul, doing isfecue From a burn 1111; lious0, .iLliiig UIL intoxicated man donig i bpclling foal, evcLiiting tilt Puk ilk and lany> d into 1 he uiimil is a credit to itb trameii Miss Helen K 1 lio hULkmg mule s lughl) cntcitaming, mil with its quota of clowns, the a i.u pcrformance ocs ,uth but whit of of all classes of goods farm produce is the ible il man a I farmeis to heii Mr Speak views on these important celli and melon seed, the whole mak- ing a very fine exhibit of what the local firm accomplishes 'arieties with a fine -bower of pink and white gardenias. Giant tomatoee re s'aowii with a. quantity of the variegated leaf plants, and an assort- ment of fine ferns. The stand is an itrnctive one and bears creditable oken to what the Grm raises. Fun- ral wreaths and floral arrange- ments, are distiin'iiiye., Kenny and Aflin i These Tveil known stationers have a antj Fine assortment cf stationery and f re five-psssenger touring car cf veil known "makers are on exhibrt have only to-be <3een to be ap- Singer Sewing-Machine Tho latest rotary machine, is here shown.'; This is warranted to be very much .better, in every -paint of excel lence to the ordinary sewing "machine and is knottii as the ilo 1 It is the fastest.rotary" on Uie market, making more stitches to each resolution and j cas ect t0 ODerate The attachments fniiey_.-srnniis ng Ensign Slcis, j A. Macrionald Co. This wholesale firm has a unique oundation of coffee berries and over .his is artistically arranged a varied iortment of preserved fruit iuolud- ng novelties suoh as Del Monte sliced ineapples. Grape Juice in large bot- les givvs an attractive coloring and here is a fine assortment of the per- ect seal glass jars. The Good Co. This firm occupies the stand it has revlously held at the Pair. The 'hole sides of the; booth are taken p with well-arranged tiers cf canned cods which include the. well-known This Srm has. on view the McCIary Sunshine furnace. Oriental bouquet perfumes made syec- j ially for the firm, and gramaphones of tJie Edison diamond disc and cylin- i der .variety. There are quaint ink j bottles which with a tnsteful arrange- msBt cT red_ and .green] P- Burns Co. paper give the stand a unique appear-! I'fl a Kiosk ance. Nyall's remedies and a: variety i variety of this goods, temptlng- of wants are cp view, includ-Uy arranged and making a fine exhibit. ing chocolates in handsome cases. j There are pork -sausages, pickled lambs' tongues, feet to j say nothing of tripe, which has been Henderson Garage mafie There on Every accsssoo' for the-automobile; WMt Shamnxgi brand ot bacoiu is here shown in all forms and varte-irtte dteplay ,s a.credlt to the cater, ing to Ibe public of the firm. ites. There are speedometers; and requisites to meet with the re- quirements of all car owners, and a choice selection is afforded. Walter Baker Co. This well known firm has on display j f2mou3 cocoas, samples of judg- Knight Sugar Co. j ing their merit are afforded tho pub- In a temple shaped bcoth is exhibit- j He iu ain-lily prepared cupfuls. ed some high-class specimens cf the sugar this firm produces. There Is j Harvest'and Vine Brands. There is the refined granulated variety in long; Mr. Mar; Si-eat variety of fniit including i plilals, with bass of sugar for all pur- j known Lei The name of the firm is strikingly P'ums, Bartlett pears, apples, green- poses, ATTENTIO Announcement To Macaroni 'inaro is there with his well ithbridge made macaroni in In a government test there j all varieties, elbcw shaped, curly, displayed in a fanciful arrangement Eases, raspberries, strawberries with I was disclosed 99 per cent of pure j ready-cut-spaghettt, mazzani, vermi- of everlasting flowers in red, white, and blue. The pavilion is decked with hanging baskets of beautiful Boston ferns, .and tbe walls and sides are draped with beech sprays. Adding to {the beauty of tbe arrangement are auracarias and palms. .Flowers for the home, flowers for person, flowers for -the garden, with the green foliage fit to adorn any interior, make the whole redol- ent, of fragrance, beauty and cool- ness. Today there will he a wedding dis- play, and tomorrow, the last day of Ihe exhibition, fittingly a funeral'dis- play.'The firm gives away JOOGr cut carnations during the fair. HAYR HARDWARE Occupying a space 75 feet by 14 ft. imposing-display of the goods carried in the -trade. A iine of Gumey-Ox- ford ranges., make a fine background. These, both for gas and coal, are the latest their kind, tarrying with them conveniences which will give joy to the housewife are fitted with appliances in the shape ot boiling otens, to take objectionable fumes such as are created when cab- bage is cooked Then? an; warming compartments, .with special gas trips. so that meals can be kept on tap u.r the All the burners the .stores are easily .removable, cleaning. The tops.arc of steel ami do. not -require blacking'. There is al- attacked ;tb. the ranges economizers guaranteed to save 20 per cent, cf fuel. .With interchangeable water ies- enoirs and dampm, which when closed make it possible for breakfast and supper to be cooked in the sami range, the ranges are Veritable utilities. The water heaters secure. boiling water of 8 in 30 seconds machines worked by hand or foot arc on so easy .-f tc- that a ch Id could work iiien. are also exhibited Burnet refri- gerators of all sixes. A large one is by the Exhibition Hoard for keeping tlie prize butter. A highly useful article is the sani- I tiry can with its jiatonl sell-, each.machine are the latest de- vices felling, 'ruffling, braiding etc 1 here are also some fine automatic raising. machine cnb: (nets handsomely finished in oak and walnut The i910: model-sewing machine is used in-manual schools and agricul- tural colleges ley. Teas. Here in'handsome and ornamental tins are shown this firm's popular goods In-the shape of tea and coffee To attest their excellence opportuni- ties for sampling them are afforded the public. Magnet Cream Separator This useful article, the only ma- Oliine made with top and bottom bear- ing to the bowl with one piece skim- mer is well on view. It has been awarded 60 of the highest awards in Canada. The Petrie Manufacturing Co., which furnishes it, also supply dairy utensils of all kinds and gaso- line engines. The 'firm has its own property and warehouse m every pro- vince and makes it a point to person- ally look alter its custom firs. The lo- cal manager, K. E. Hudson, reports tihat .he has in Southern--A1- beita ojie of finest businesses he has had and tlus speaks uell of the ularity Uie JMagnet cream sepdialoi has locally met. Temperance: Exhibit This, with its manv illustrations of the evils of alcohol..'with a fine model 'of. a ..cottage erected -from savings, makes exhibit. tethbrldge.lron Works Outsldo the main building this local manufacturing .concern has play mills and pumps. The exhibition.of Uie 'skill of the1 firm, and the extent to uhlch it is prepiied to execute -important utilities. The' spec- ial feature class of pumps is easy working. It is the invention of 31 IY Ctharles Buck, -TRANSFORMATJQN' SCENES Here "SupoihV executes some chmging sUtuarv scene" the principal of which is the well Known slon oi'Pignmhon and Qalalea H ingeniouslj and sets the audience as to how the fig ure becomi's transformed .in view from inanimate sculpture toi'animat- ed life YISETTE'S TANGO 'DANCERS With Yisette playing the" "leading role uilh a number oi artistic poses such as anitj Resting Look ing for hei and a qtintet of girls in dances., a, lively PII tertainnicnt is provided.. This is var fed by popular songs hy the girls, by P J Coutts and a concert baud with Mr. Chcnetle-as able'.leader. LADY WITH- THE' LEOPARDS I or dare-deMltrj the ?oes -into the cage with ;the wild leopard is hard to beat. These ani- mals are well under1 control and go through a of Some clever illusions such as the Spider and The half girl are worth seeing: The motor drome offers the most stunts ou the Here Jack Pur tie oi Chicago, and Ed. Warner, of Sv'tfrievv iflirt with it the rate of d miles in iour on a track 45-feet across at the top and at the, running on ah angle of .A speod of -15 miles an hour, is necessarv to keep the motorcycles on the track, and ptirtle rides a'mile in: about 55 seconds ntr nces i mile against time and the two perform crs do'two or 81 laps in the Vusi ralnn put suit race both on the tiack at the same time inri be re is rui ji icndshiji ecu the when on the track together turtle dcos a two.- mile fancv and .nik iiding blunt 'carrying his life ins, hands, al stige of tin of bracs flumg mio tight i.oeo.ei.5 The Calves are j feame Imisliwi with his own on -d 1 guidl dip of death, in si-v admirably suited for deeu wells.! otner riders have been killed, in at- The pump can lift 00 gallons a minutf from a one hundred foot well. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills are just the right medicine for the children. When they arc constipated thejr kidneys are out of order over-indulgence in eomc favorite food gives them indigestion Morse's Indian Root Pills will quickly and. surely put them right. Purely .vegetable, thejr neither sicken, wcaken'or gripe, like harsh purgatives. Guard your children's health by alnqaya keeping a box of Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills in the house, Thex6, Keep tho Children Well tempts to imitate .the teat. OTHER SHOWS All the fun of the fair is provided in the shape of "A Trip to "The- Crazy "The Moon Ihe "Human "An opium "Ilab-hat1', the money man, and a variety of attractions in keeping with the well known reputa- tion of (he Parker Shows. Tlicrc is a surfeit of entertainment and plenty to pick and choose from. The Panama model is also a feature of the slwws. W. Douglas has been committed for trial charged with nois- cning Roy T. A. Barrett, a South Af- rican veteran who lived at Sonning- dale. SCHOLL'S BUNION REDU- CER for the bunion or en- larged joints. Reduces and protects the lv.inion or en- larged j'Jint. SCHOLL'S'TOE-RIGHT for overlapping iwa itna soft corns between the toes t'jre cure. SCROLL'S'ABSORBO CORN PADS remove corns aud.cal- louses by of ab- sorption; also prevents shoes pressure. SCHOLL'S F IX 0 FOOT healing and j.-leasant to tlie feet For the benefit of all who have foot trouble, whose feet ache or pain, who lire easily, we have obtained the services ]ofDr. C. Vermilyea, the Foot Specialist, who will be at our store or Dr. Vermiiyea has a continent-wide reputation as an Orthope- dist, and all foot sufferers should take advantage of this oppor- tunity. Consult hirn-his services are FREE, and you will nbt be obliged to purchase shoes here. There's a Scholl Appliance Remedy for Every Foot Ache or Pain. SCHOLL'S A FOOT the feet, gives absolute rest to 'muscles and and sprin- gy equalizes, the -hody's weight and gives a buoyant graceful step. SCHOL'L'S TR 1-S PR f NG ARCH SUPPORT for severe cases of flat foot and for per- sons of heavy an upward, springy pi-ensure to tlie Itcybonc of the arch. SCK DLL'S BUNION-RIGHT for Hun ion or too. J. NELSON CO. THE FOOT TOGGERY ;