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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta a3t-,ir..--t-'rifn�WttWBSti^^ 1 PAGE TEN the LETimmnaE' datt.y . hkrald .VEDNKSDAY, .TULY '21, V,m SOIOFCATILE CLASSES AI FAIR The following awHrds were niado Yesterday by judges in the cattle branches: Shorthorns. Shortiioni bull, 11 years or over- 1st. R. VV. Gardner & Co., LethliridRC " ,,. Shorthorn bull, junior yearliuB-i ' v Shorthorn bull, junior oalf-lst. IJ-i L l.T"!?' ''>" -'"'.''^'"'-'r I . > '�ii'iiiose; L'nci. K. 1{. Lea, ohunipion, under 2 years-1st and L'ml, S. C. Prichard, Cnmrose. .Vberdcoii Aukus foniale. Krnnd chnuipion-1st and L'nd, C. I'rich-ard, I'auuxise. Aberdeen .Vnsus tlivec, llie get of one bull-1st, S. C. Prii'lianl. Cam-rose: 2nd, it. H. Lea. Coaldale. Alierdeen .Viikhs two. the iiroseny of one cow-Isl. S. C. I'rlibard. L'ani-rose. Ab. rdcen .An'gu.^ herd, bull D years or over. 1 cow ;'. years or over. i lieiter 2 yoart:, 1 lioii'er yi'inlluB aii.i 1 lieifer calf i cow :i years or over must liuve been shown In Class �JSl>} - 1st, S. C. Prichard. Camrose. .\liordoun .-Xugus. junior herd, bull and ;: females umler 2 years-1st. S. i.'. Krichard. Chiurose; L'nd. K. U. S. Pawson. I'oaldalo Shorthorn bull, senior champion. L' veare or over-Isl. H. P. I'awson. Coaldale; 2nd. H. W. Gardner * Co.. LethbridKe. Shorthorn bull, junior cbauipioii. tinder '2 years-lat and L'nd. B. S. Pawson. CoaMalo. Shorthorn cow. 3 years or over, witli calf at foot, under 1 year, sucking or registered, cow only to be judged-1st. U. S. Pawson. CoaIdil->: Jnd, n. W. Gardner & Co., l.ethbridge; ;ird, B. S. Pawson, Coaldale. Shortbom heifer, 2 years-1st, H. Ganlner * Co.. l.ethbridge. Shorthorn heifer, senior yearling- ist. n. W. Gardner \- Co.. Lethbridge. Shorthorn heifer, junior yea'-ling- Jst. B. S. Pawson. Coaldale. Shorthorn heifer, junior calf-1st �nd 2nd. B. S. Pawson. Coaldale; ;irJ, Jl. W. Gardner & Co.. Lethbridge. Shorthorn female, senior champion,  years or over-1st, B. S. Pawson, Coaldale; Jnd. R. W. Gardner & Co.. i-ethbridge. Shorthorn female, junior champion, tinker Z years-1st, B. S. Pawson. Coaldale. SVorthorn female, grand champion 1st. J?. S. Pawson, Coaldale. Shiythorn three, the get of one bull-1st, B. S. Pawson. Coaldale. Sboithorii herd, one bull two years or over, one cow three years or over, 1 heifer 2 years, 1 heifer 1 year and 1 heifer calf (cow years or over inu�t have been shown in class 229) - 1st, R. "W. Gardner & Co., Lethbridge. Shorthorn junior herd, bull and 3 females, under two years-Ist. B. S. Pawson, CoaWale. Shorthorn, 3 calves under one year, owned by exhibitor-1st, B. S. Pawson, Coaldale. Hereford!. Hereford *uU. 2 years-1st, J. McD. Davidson, Coaldale. Hereford bull, junior calf-1st and 2nd, John McD. Davidson, Coaldale; 3rd. F. S. Leffingwell, Warner. Hereford bull, senior champion, 2 years or over-let, John McD. David-eon, Coaldale. Hereford bnll. Junior champion, under 2 years-1st, John McD: Davidson, 'Coaldale. Hereford bull, grand champion-let and 2nd, John McD. Davidson, Coaldale. Hereford cow. 3 years or over, with calf at foot Tinder 1 year, sucking or registered, cow only to be judged- ,1st, John McD. Davidson, Coaldale; 2nd, F. S. Leffingwell, Warner; 3rd, John McD. Davidson, Coaldale. Hereford heifer, 2 years-1st and 2nd, John McD. Davidson, Coaldale. Hefeford heifer, senior yearling- 1st and 2nd, John JIcD. Davidson, Coaldale. Hereford Heifer, junior yearling- 1st and 2nd, John McD. Davidson, Coaldale. Hereford heifer. Junior calf-Ist end 2nd, John McD. Davidson, Coaldale. Hereford female, senior champion, 2 years or over-Ist, John McD.' Davidson, Coaldale: 2nd, F. S. Leffingwell, Warner, Hereford female, junior champion, under 2 yeers-lat and 2nd, John McD, Davidson, Coaldale. Hereford female, grand champion- Ist, John McD. Davidson, Coaldale. Hereford three, the get of one bull -let and 2nd, John McD. Davidson, Coaldale. , Hereford, two, the progeny of one cow.'-1st, John McD. Davidson, Coaldale. Hereford herd, one bull 2 years or over, 1 cow 3 years or over, 1 heifer 2 years, 1 heifer 1 year, and 1 heifer calf (cow 3 years or over must have been shown in Class 259)-1st, John McD. Davidson, Coaldale. Hereford junior herd, bull linder 2 years, 2 yearling heifers and 2 belter calves, (offered by the Canadian Hereford Breeders' Assn.)-lat, John � McD. r>nvid30u, Coaldale. Hereford three calves under one year, owned by exhibitor-1st, John -McD. Davidson. Coaldale. Aberdeen Angus. Aberdeen Angus bull, 3 years or over-Ist, S. C. Prichard, Camrose. Aberdeen Angus bull, senior yearling-1st, S. C. Prichard, Camrose, Aberdeen Angus bull, junior yearl-Ing-1st. S. C, Prichard, Camrose; 2nd and 3rd, R. R, Lea, Coaldale. Aberdeen Angus bull, senior calf-1st, R. R. Lea, Coaldale. Aberdeen Angus bull, junior calf- 1st, R, R. Lea, Coaldale; 2nd and 3rd, S. C. Prichard, Camrose. Aberdeen Angus bull, junior champion, under 2 years-let and 2nd, S C. Prichard, Camrose. Aberdeen Angus bull, grand champion-Ist and 2nd, S. C. Prichard Camrose. ' Aberdeen Angus cow, 3 years or over \vlth calf at foot under one year sucking or registered, cow only to be Judged-iBt and 2nd, S. C Prichard, Camrose; 3rd, R. R. Lea, Coaldale. Aberdeen Angus heifer, 2 years- lat, S. C. Prichard, Camrose; Ind and 8rd, R. R. Lea, Coaldale. Aberdeen Angus heifer, senior yearling-Ist, S. C. Prichard, Camrose. Aberdeen Angus heifer, junior yearling-let, S. C. Prichard, Camrose; 2nd and 3rd, R. R. Lea, Coaldale. _ Aberdeen Angus holter, senior calf ~l8t, 8. C. Prichard, Camrose; 2nd, R. R, Lea, Coaldale. Aberdeen Angus heifer. Junior calf -1st, 8.0. Prichard, Camrose; 2nd, and 3nJ,,R. R. Lea, Coaldale., Aberdeen Angus lora^le, senior champion, a years or over-lat and 8nd, a. C. Prichard, Camrose. , Aberdeen Angus female, Junior Coaldale. Red Polled. Hed Polled bnll. :! years or over- 1st. Thubron Bros.. FreslitieUl. Ked Polled bull, juniiu- yoarling- Isl. Thubron Bros . Prosliilold. Ked Polled bull, senior calf-1st. Tlmbron Bros.. Freslitield. Ked Polled liull, senior champion. 2 yesrs or over-1st, Thubron Bros., i'rcshfield. Ked Polled bull, senior champion, under 2 years-1st. Thubron Bros., Freslifield. Ked Polled bull, grand champion-1st. Tluibrou Bros.. Kreshfit'Ul. Ked Polled cow. ;> years or over, with calf at foot under 1 year, sucking or registered, cow only to be judged-1st and L'nd, Thubron Bros.. Freshfield. Ked Polled heifer.- 2 years-1st. Thubron Bros.. Freshfield. Ked Polled heifer, senior yearling- 1st and 2nd, Thubron Bros., Fresh-field. Ked Polled heii'er. senior calf-1st, Thubron Bros.. Freshfield. Red Polled female, senior champion. 2 years or over-1st, Thubron Bros., Freshfield. Red Polled female, junior champion, under 2 years-1st, Thubron Bros., Freshfield. Red Polled female, grand chom-pion-1st, Thubron Bros., Freshfield. Red Polled three, the get of one bull-1st, Thubron Bros., Freshfield. Red Polled two the progeny of one cow-1st, Thubron Bros., Freshfield. Red Polled herd, bull 2 years or over, 1 cow 3 years or over, 1 heifer 2 years, 1 heifer yearling and 1 heifer calf (cow 3 years or over must have been shown in Class 349)-1st, Thub- GE 400,000 TROOPS �INMARNESECIOR Paris. July 23.-Kach day's operations bring forth further proof of the coinpletoness with which the genius of General Foch has turned tho tables on the ileriuaus. Instead of slowing down to a condition of what lius been called stabilization us the general public from experience expects, the allies ronliuiie to push forw;ird in the face of determined and skilful resistance by the Oeriiiaiis. who have had time to recover from the first shock of surprise. The enemy, according to reports, �now has 35 divisions in the battle zone 400.000 men of which are in the region north of the Marno. In the opinion of military observers the violent German resintancc is due more to political consideration, for it is to the immediate intoicsts of Ludendorft from a military standpoint to struish-teii out his line without delay. j General Foch holds the Initiative on all the battle fronts and it is believed it will take the Germans at least two or three months'to get up another I full dress offensive. Meanwhile. American troops con tinue to land. ,^,TALK OF STRIKE L'9t\doh,"Jply 23.-Sixteen thousand workers belonging to the Amalgamated Society of Engln-eera and the Tool Maker's Society suspended work this morning at Coventry to consider whether they will postpone notices to strike pending a proposed conference of the joint boards at London, according to the Evening News. A NEW POST. Winnipeg. July 24.-Rev. Father Blaln, S.J.. the well known professor of science and mathematics at Saint Boniface ColleQe,. left for Montreal yesterday where he will permanently take up hia residence, having been called by the Reverend Father provincial of the Society of Jesuits in Canada. HAS ARMY FOR GUARD. London, July 24.-Dr. Carl Hel-fferich, former German Imperial vice ehancellor, has been appointed Germany's diplomatic representative at Moscow. . An Amsterdam dispatch to the wireless press says that Dr. Helfferlch will take with him two battalions of German troops, to guard the Ger-man embassy: at Moscow. CALGARY CARPENTERS GET AGREEMENT Cnlgary, July 23.-T-Tho General Contractors' Assoclntioii of'this cltyhns just completed n working ngreomonfc with the carpenters after many weeks of nogotlntlons. By the,terms of'the agreement the men nro to receive 66 3-3 conts nn hour. They also are to have a nine hour day and grlevnnco committee recognl'iied by the employ ers. arrived In Vancouver today from the Aratjflcan P4clfleit!oa8t whore ho Imn boem delivering ^publin addroasoa on the war activities of tho nlllos sliicr! tho Inlcrnnttoiial Rotary convention at KansBH City, Avhich ho attended. Mr. Otithrle woa entertained today by' the Vhncouvor Rotarlnns. Two fatalities oc$iirrcd -JiVft woolc nt r^entlcton, B.CI,Arth_uri.i3uthorlantl ohiployod ns dQtlVTclait'. by the city, was Inatanily Ulilod as tho result oC a fall from an electrld, ;llsbt polo. James Mould, fi years riWiUvnii drowned when he fell into tjie^'lilkiB at tha wharf. ' '' GUTHRIE AT COAST Vancouver, July 23.-Hon. Hugh Guthrie, solicitor general tor Canada. RETURNED TO WORK. Ottawa, July 24.-The local let-ter carriers were on strike for about an hour this morning, but decided to return and make the first mail delivery. A meeting will be held today when It is expected a decision for or against a strike will be arrived at. COMMANDS BRIGADE. With the American Army In France, July 24.-Dr. George MIchaells, the former German Imperial chancellor, is reported by a prisoner to be commanding a German army brigade on the western front. ron Bros.. Freshfield. Red Polled junior herd, bull and 3 females under 2 years-1st, Thubron Bros., Freshfield. LETHBRIDGE DOMINION BLOCK, SIXTH ST. S. (NEXT TO SIMPSON'S) WE HAVE A FULLllNE OF NEW AND SECOND-HAND FURNITURE AT REASONABLE PRICES. A few of our Specials are Book Cases, China Cabinets, Desks, Arm Chairs, Brass Beds, Rugs, Lino, also Office Desks and Typewriters, Cream Separators, etc. CRATING FREE Visitors to the Stampede you will Find this a Place of Refinement -that's why you'll enjoy the refreshments we serve. Our sundaes, ices and sodas are different for they are prepared with pure fruit flavors. Our service is the kind you'll appreciate. Nothing but the best ice cream, ices, crus led fruits, juices and foods are served. erve Luaimclhes -^Drop in here and enjoy a palatable light luncheon . -Men. and women who don't care for heavy food at noon or In tho evening and who want a lunch, will dolight In tho dainty sandwiches,' cold turlfey, cold chicken, frult.s, salads and pastries which we nlwaj's have ready to serve. Hundreds of persons every day enjoy our tethptlng dishes. NOWHERE-CAN YOU GET A MORE SATISFACTORY OR MORE TEMPTING MEAL. 'S 606 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH Have Turned Furnishings Loose During Stampede Week WE'VE BOUGHT MOST OF OUR MERCHANDISE AHEAD OF TIME FOR A DOUBLE PURPOSE--TO KEEP UP THE THE QUALITY AND KEEP DOWN THE PRICE. YOU GAIN BY THE PLAN. We Carry the Largest Stock of Clothing, Furnishings, Hats and Shoes in Southern Albertau 300 Mens ^YoungMen's SUITS Plain and slash pockets. The latest style models. The best class of men's clothing manufactured in Canada. Real worth $35, $40. MARK DOWN SALE ...... Sizes 34 to 46. BOYS' CLOTHING A FULL RANGE, SIZE 24 TO 35. YOU WILL PINO STYLE, NEAT FITTING, GOOD WEARING AND REAL VALUE. $1.50 REFUNDED ON weARBE'lVER SUITS, THE CLOTHES WITH'the GUARAN--tee. . , DURING STAMPEDE WEEK ANYTHING AND EVERYTHING IN MEN'S Sport Shirts, $1.00 to $4.50 A Large Assortment of Pure Silk Shirts, assorted shades, $3.50 and $4.50/ All kinds of hot weather Underwean' B^^D., Silk Cj^pe and Balbriggan qpm^ binations and twa-^biecc/selling'ati^l%14 prices. , v WE OFFER A HEARTY WELCOME TO ALL OUR REGULAR CUSTOMERS AND TO THOSE WHOM WE NEVER HAD. THIS IS THE PLACE TO SAVE DOLURS. COME EARLY AND OFTEN, AS WEHAVE HUNDREDS OF BARGAINS FOR YOU MacLElOD Great Clothiers of the Great West 3542 ;