Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE 'SIJST OF Judging tontmuod until a lite fcour last night, and was huall) com- pleted The books were turned in and the Mi Short, who by the wjj, one of the slickest lair and exhibition clerks came over, commenced fig uring up the winnings so that the championships could be determined It might be stated that the prize list of iiiterdaj referred to an am wal owned by D. Thorburn as a 1'trchcron 'Hub is a mistake The lidiidllng of libts is a ticklish business, and a good olil Clj do breed- er like Mr 'Ihorburn might well feel om tho blundei Ever} one that "Clyde" was meant, be lause Mr Ihorburn has been heard jlrom too often In Hie Clydesdale Ipnze ring It might also be explained that Mr Drewry bad some very nice Percher- Sons at the i.ur this jear His name 'hts appeared largely in connection with the prize list, and some tave wondered why he did not attract, so much attention as last year.'. The lact is. Mr. Drewry sold some of his finest horses for long, prices after after thej had won firsts at Calgary an practically the same competition (Among these imported two year-old the iron gray colt that attracted so much atten- tion here last year, and. one which Mr Dreurj claims is the best colt that left trance last year This colt copped the big stuff at Calgaij, and 'Mas afterwards sold to Brjce Bunny ;i of Bassano. Ano'ther prize winner here last' year, was the 4-year-old gray also sold to Mr Bunny inother was the aged stal- lion Mannidnas This broke up Mr Drewry's championship, (for two string, and he did not have dime in between (lie Calgary fair and' the Lethbridge fair to fit any liew comers fbir .show. However, Mr. Drewry managed to urn the open grand championsmp, witn tnatTspien- did: animal Juneur, 'which -has. never been beaten m the show rmg the championship cup for the best mare vtth foal at side, with Mary Rose mother of Cfloriana, first in foals 1913. 1st with .mare and foal. .1st with aged stallions, 3rd'and ,4th in the 2-year-old-stallions, 2nd, 6th and ,7th in the yearling open arid Futur1 il-y, second for the. best mare any age, the reserve championship, and Jirst .for the best, three six- teen prizes with eight horses, not so bad. Separate School Exhibit Dag, Verona Pop- Hazel White. Butcher, Annie McCor- mic; 2nd. Verona Popson. Mvrtia Delay -no Helen Mirou. Bag with Helen Miron; 2nd, Myrtle Delay. Best pencil Joe Fer- ko; Chcilack. Best colored lia'Sulk: 2nd, Joe Pisco. Basket work, grade .Myrtle "ffcelay; 2nd, Minnie Popson. Basket work, grade T. i Kennedy; 2nd, jr. Mais. Embroidered centre Kit- ty Tennant; 2nd, Mary -Baker. Best towel with cross Hazel White; 2nd, Mary Kakos. FLOWERS 1 Best NNasturtlums, 12 or J. Whitney. Best Table.. st, Mrs. Downer; 2nd, ck; 2 Hamhly Son; 4 Crest. Heifer 2 and 2 Laycoek. Heifer, Sr. Laycock; 2 Watson. Heifer, Jr., and 2, Lay- -cock. Heifer, Sr., and 2 3 Watson. Heifer, Jr., and 2, Laycock; 3 Hambly Sons. Herd hull and 3 Lay- cock; 2 Watson. Champion Laycock; 2 Wat- son. Champion and 2 Laycock, Champion and 2 Laycock. (Ayreshires) Bull 3 years or_ -Rowland Ness; 2, J. J. Richard. Bull 2 and 2, R. Ness. Sr., R. Ness; 2 W. J. Mortson. Jr., J. J. Richard- son; 2 R'. Ness. Bull, Sr., 3 and 4 Ness; 2 Richardson. Bull, Jr., 'Richardson; 2 and 3 Ness. Cow, 3 years or and 2 Rich- ardson; 3 and 4 Ness. Heifer 2 and 3 Richard- son; 2 Ness. Heifer, Sr, Ness; 2, Mortscn; 3 Richardson. Heifer, Jr., and 2 Rich- ardson; 3 Ness. Heifer, Sr., Ness; 2 and 3, Richardson. Heifer, Jr., Richardson; 2 and 3 Ness. Herd bull and 3 females any age, owned by Ness1; 2 and 3 Richardson; 4 Mortson. Champion Ayreshire Ness; 2 Richardson. (Jerseys) Bull 3 years or 1 and 2, J. Harper 'Sons; 3, Wm. T. Passey; 4 J. B. Ririe. Bull2 Harper Sons; 2, Ririe; 3, Passey. Bull, senior Harper Sons; 2, Rlrle. Bull, junior H. Thomp- son; 2, W.'T. Passey; 3, Ririe. Bull, senior Harper Sons; 2, Passey; 3, Harper Sons. Co'w, junior Passey; 2, Rlrlo. Cow, or Harper Sons; 2, Harper Sons; 3; Passey; 4, Matson. Heifer, 2 G: Watt; 2, J. H. Rlrlo; 3, Harper Sons. Heifer, senior Watt, 2, Harper; 3, Harper; 4, J. B. Ririe. Heifer, junior Harper i Sons; 2, Harper Sons; 3, Parry; 4, C. J. Eckstorm. Heifer, senior Harper, fi Sons. Heifer, iunior Passey; 1, Matson: 3, Ririe. Jersey herd, bull and 3 females, any age, owned by J. Harp- er Si Sons; 2, J. Harper Sons; 3, Ririe; 4, Passey. Champion Jersey Harper Sons; 2, Harper Sons. Grades Cow, 3 yean, with Yule Bowes; 2, W. R. Stewart. Heifer, 2 Yule 2, W. R. Stewart. Heifer, 1 Yule Bo'wes; 2, "W. R. Stewart. Heifer H. S. Currie; 2, A. Graham. Fat steer, 3 years and Col- licot; 2, Coltlcot. Dairy Rowland Ness; 2, G. Watson. Heifer, 2 H. S. Currie; 2, J. Hambly Sons. Heifer, 1 G. Watt; 2, Wat- son. -Heifer Watson; 2, Graham. Red Polls (Special Class) Bull, 2 years W. J. Me- Comb; 2, J. H. W. Elliott; 3, W. J. McComb. Bull, senior W. J. ;Mc; Comb. Bull, junior -McComb; 2, J. H. W. Elliott. Bull, junior Elliott; 2, El- liott; 3, McComb. 'Bull, 3 years or 2, McComb; 3, Elliott; 4, Elliott. Heifer, 2 years McComb; 2, McComb; 3, Elliott. Heifer, junior McComb; 2, McComb; 3, Elliott. Heifer, senior W. J.: Mc- Comb. Herd, bull and three McComb; 2, McComb; 3, Elliott; 4, Elliott. NO POLYGAMOUS MARRIAGES Montreal, Que., July Mormons arrived at Windsor station this morning from 'the Old Country, and by 10 o'clock wsrs holding a spe- cial conference to assure the public in generals. that they neither did, could nor would, marry more" than one wife at a time. Their audience a reporter, some keenly interested-. sta- tion, officials, and intensely impatient customs officials. The leader of the Jesse H. Nielson, a big strapping-looking elder of. about thirty-five years, stood in the, centre o5 his colleagues, and de- clared he had just returned from a two years' missionary tour iri.Bnrope; and that although, nearly half his party were women, they neither were now, nor destined to become the Mor- mpnatic Trives of elders. The major- ity of the party are missionaries re- turning home to Utah, from Europe and they all. stated that the Mormon movement was flourishing and in- creasing in Canada. None of the party are staying eith- er in Montreal or in Canada. The man doing missionary work in Eng- land left this morning for New York, and all the others are leaving tonight for Chicago, en route for Utah, Wyo- ming and Idaho. FORWARD BOAT BY TRAIN Ottawa, Out., July rather unusuM expedient of forwarding a government boat by train is being re- sorted to in the case of the George H. Bradbury, the new boat to be used for departmental services on Lake Winnipeg. The Bradbury has bee" built at the marine yards at Sorel, and Is being shipped west in sections. FIFTY YEARS FOR 50 CENTS Mobile, Ala., July in [health from twenty years' confine- ment in prison, Frank Wllllama of Halo county, sentenced to fifty' years' for stealing 50 cents, got the news that he had been Pftff- olcd by Gov. O'Neil.