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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY 1018 THE LETHBHWtHR HERALD PAGE SEVEN FlNISHTlllSf When Mike winner of the silver shield at thoRaymond Magrath here last August cnme back to Lethbrldgo to content the big events at the amalgamated stampede this he admitted that he would be up against a strong com And he was With 50 gathered all the way from the Quit of Mexico to Edmonton and from Cheyenne tp the Round Up no one competitor has any easy work cut out to He has to and It was ehown terday at the opening ft whopeee bunch of boys who ere performing for the delectation of the at the park for the few days and the crowds are assured of plenty of They got It yester day were no accidents to mar thealterhoonrtttft there were some near When Holy White Man of the Blood Reserve took French leave of a bulls back In the bull riding contest and the bull took after him with his head down the crowd had a And When Dave White of picked a tough cue in the bulldogging event and was crushed off along the gates of of the the crowd held Itt And thriller Was staged when McLeod of Glechen who qualified for the Unas in the bucking event drew Fox Re servation was piled wide handsonte the stampede fans voted It good Fox Is one of the elipperiest horses that ever donned a saddle and the rides1 him successfully stampede fashion pretty nearly has a cinch on first The High The bucking with saddles was the first event of the In this eventDave of carried oft first makln a pretty Tex McLeod drew a poor and couldnlt show his Mike Hastings drew our old frienaj Sky the Hyssop on which he won the championship last Sky Rocket seems to bo losing of his old time Tom Three our old frlend from tho Blood who was the sen nation of the Winnipeg stampede a iew years drew a poor bucker show his old form M1BUILDING Dominion and Gait Gar dent Exhibits Attract Much Exhibits That tho exhibits at the fair grounds arc of their usual excellence clearly demonstrated by the splen did displays that may be Seen The large hall of the main bUlldltig s filled with attractive booths of every description each with an dual interest of its own wh to irt the centre Is the wonderful alfalfa This Is built of huge quantities of smelllns a tpylca ex variety In their unique Auto There are three very excellent dis plays of Thn Motors Limited ahows a most power ful Mclaughlin am Motor Company a handcomn fatude baker and the Baalim Motor pany shining and models of and Nash Simpson and Imvo a royal exhibit of furs shown to inn host ad vantage in a setting of putrloilc de vices and attracting The Johrt Deere Plow Company have a number of separators which are attracting attention from many and which show up to great The Crystal Dairy Limited have a white and blue booili most taste fully arranged with a huge whifc milk bottle the centre of Two very high class displays are those of the Willis C Salmon In an artistic room shows the evolution of the piano with a small piano 75 years of age and in pleasing a modern A new thing is also shown in the Aeolln Oraduola Illustrating tone Tho very clever and decorating was done by Frank Gerhard Helntzman pianos and phonographs ADDITIONAL STAMPEDE Prize winners in livestock classes on page Additional Stampede news page A A A A A TRAVELLERS DAY AI SiSt for Southern Alberta and Is the Helntzman pianos and phonograms of the CoaldaleLethbridge are shown by Sloan in a tasty at of the CoaldaleLetrg are sown y Water Inside are room which displays them to the beat of wild vegetable products and both green and Dominion The Dominion Department of Ag rtcufture has a splendid egg exhibit which is worthy of Jeds examples of Scrubs and pure A glass frame in the building also showed several models made by A Butterwlck and with a pleasing of the pure Instructions for the feeding and disposal of useless birds are given and a splendid electric lighted illustration of Canadian s an dards of eggs with samples and a candling demonstration for the test of the of eggs teaching the difference between extras 1s and The Canadian Government wool exhibit s also In showing a model ofVa dip ping outfit and various samples of those of high standard and also those containing chaff andv 1m Everall and oner a tempting call tothe office man in their fine specimens of all sorts of work and office fixtures that are most Out Town There are several outoftown one by of Cal MACLEOD One of the brilliant rope artists at the The bulldogging as usual fcig thrill who won thesvent last did the best catching hi eteer after a short run and Aftera hard throwing him clear over r His It was the prettiest piece of bulldogglhgieyer seen In these parts and was good enough for a He made the throw In 28 Vi Which was five seconds slower than his winning time In 1917 Stanley Whitney made a fine run but when he leaped to catch hla steer it stopped and Stanley went Dutch who has quite a repu tation as a picked a big and failed to make a Jim Daley missed his and Dave after a good run and a good found one with a tough It carried him into the chutes ruj bing him off and bumping him severe ers A Dubols of Drumheller got away Charlie Chortier of Hilda the third man away from the post while Tom Persona and Mike Hastings were fourth and fifth Tom Three Persons had a runner under and his main Idea seemed to be to get around that track and get out of the But when fhewas 100 yards of the w he a different notion turning ran practically the entire way In the opposite with result that Morris slipped in ftrat with Slim Par a late The Judges for the events were Art Bill Hyssop and Ray Knight and Ad Day were the mov ing and kept on the Altogether the tatampede is all that was expected of and the crowds to come may expect to be treated to lhe finest frpntler perform ance they have ever had an oppor tunity to This Is Sister Cit ies and are out to extend themselves for the benefit of the It Exhibit As usual the City of Lethl parks exhibit is of very freat excel lence a dainty and beauti ful floral Almost every variety of flower Is to be found there ar ranK artistic style and presents a collection that gives the lie to those who mention fhe barrenness of Southern uuo wj gary illustrating the manufacture of lens andeye another by the Manitoba Gymnasium of Winnipeg who a cream colored rooniof gypsoflbre wall board which has been used in the Manitoba Mili tary Rest Many restful inviting rest rooms were In one in the course oj construction by the Red Cross Drug and Book one by the Spirella in delicate white but not The rest with in viting tastefully decorated and an to the The exhibit thisryear displays great taste and no one shoulil mies the op portunity of examining Up stairs are to be found the Rel Cross school work and arts and not to mention the For the convenience of the commer clal travellers visiting the city at this the guests of the Council 511 of the Order of Un Ited Commercial Travellers of Am this notice will serve to con vey something of the arrangement made to celebrate the Friday JWThe members of the local councl have united In their efforts with th executive of the industrial board t help make the fair and stampede decided And for this reaso the citizens of Lethbridge reallz in cooperating with the towns to th the benefits will be mutua in po nt of we feel a very keen sense of reaponslbillty In welcomtag the populace of all Southern Alberta that our duty should be well and fitly As citizens and commercial travellers we expect to meet and we come those in whom depends the fu ture prosperity of the city and com Through the united tefforts of the proprietors of the city garages about Free Demonstration Nabob Nabob De Vacuum Packed Tea Coffee BY MISS FERGUSON AT KERR GOS one GROCERY 313 FIFTH STREET SOUTH When in the city try a cup of the ahove lines noted for their splendid cup t A tne oarrenneas 7 not to mention uie The surplus flowers of the rasBeg dalry aud domestic lire to be Gait ta wWch Rre to be seen on the throw In the his time being 4H4 Pink Gist of Montana also threw his hla time being Then Mike Hastings riding for Jim showed that be could duplicate the trick by throwing a second steer In one The ladies bucking event produced thrills crowd and the ladies Bhowed that they could ride Those coptestlng yesterday were Prairie Lily of MUM Kate and Elolse Fox No Toe steer roping this year is be ing on a different Instead of throwing and tying the steer it Is only necessary the catch tile animal about both This does away with the brutality and gavos killing the Last year I two were Art of Med iclne had the rope on his steei in 8 seconds after the word go which Is considered very fast time Other times were Sam Stan Whitney John Mullens Powell Slim Parker Calgary Red The event Is run off much more rapldl than under the old Only three out ot 19 in roping and tying a calf In the calf roping The lucky three John Mullen ot wh turned the trick in 63 Ha Knight showed the crowd he waa a young ever by doing it In one mm three while Tex Me Leod took 90 picking a hard calf to Tom Three riding with his hands free from the made the prettiest ride in the bullriding The 2mlle relay race was a run away for Parsons of imt the fight for second between Powley ot Browning and Dutch Sledel of Butte was pretty to Pow ley nosing out by having the faster horse In the last He won in the laal 100 It was a The wild horse race Is always a Bcream with 10 starters and 10 bad horses there was a good windup for the days Henry Morris of New wus away rain lites before aw ol toe other conteud EXHIBIT DISPLAYS SOILCULIIVA1 One of the most unique and yet the most instructive exhibits in the main building Is that compiled at considerable trouble by Nor of Albion Northam ias been for living as she does in a windy section of the a student ot sbll tillage and blowing and drifting of the As a result of her study established three very vital points unwisdom of tilling the soil till a powdery mulch is obtained Rather till for a lump the land north and instead of eaat and great ly to save the soil from drifting in such a way aa to blow out the value of Northam has gathered exhib of wheat ehpwlng the different growth produced on soil tilled in the two different ways and protected or unprotected This ex hibit should the centre ot much Interest to Flour The Taylor Milling Company has a very tasteful exhibit of standard flour which shows up eplendidly tn sacks of varying sizes and Is most attrac tive Opposite It is the display of the Ellison Milling and Elevator Com standard and Graham tloursi do ing their In the patriotic line jy exhibiting substitutes euch as oat barley corn flour and oat Industrial The exhibit of the Marlnaro Mac aroni Factory is a splendid creation In blue and gold In which macaroni and spaghetti in all its stages Is dis crowned at the top by a triumph of fringe of the same Ueth brldge The Hick and Senl Hardware Company has a large dis play of shining ranges ana while of special Interest to farmers is their showing of how every farm house can have a complete plumbing and electrlp light The Roy Electric Company also has a large exhibit which will put the longing for electricity into every passers from its electric washer and it gaily colored lights to every electrical appliance needed In the The chilly day of yesterday found the cor ner warmed by a comforting electric The Dlxon Sheet Metal Com pany showed hot blaet and neiura UL hundred automobiles will be placed at our The b g par headed by the city J G will assemble and start the corner of 4th and 5th at one oclock The wel fes is to take in the principal Visitors on arrival at the fair grounds will find The Commercial Travellers Rest This will be for the convenfcnce of their and It is here you may expect hos pitality befitting the order The travelling salesmen will be glad to welcome the trade on common There will be hosts of things to Something doing all the The Commercial Travellers will be there to welcome their own fraternity from far and but chiefly to do honor to Lethbridge and to instil happiness into Oldsmobile Cars AND Samson Tractors SEE OUR EXHIBIT AT THE GROUNDS DURING FAIR DISTRIBUTORS HARRIS ROSS1TER Office 112 5th Street Phone 1712 Meet Me At The Fair CORSETS Will be demonstrated in a booth at the Exhibition Hall during Stampede Corsets from UP corsets from Parker Martin other kinds with an Interesting col lection of radiators displayed to the utmost The City Harness Shop Is well worth looking with a handsome display of everything in leather from a saddle and shaps to the most ela borate trunk that any traveller could The Citizens Lumber Com pany present very cleverely exe cuted models of a chick en house and hog showing them Iso la course of plans and blueprints being shown aa well as samples of The house uodel is that of the home of Schumer near for which they supplied the design and material and s completely finished In every Becker aud Yates have a very attrac tive exhibit of all kinds of sash and With them was the EDITORS ON FRONT Reutera Ottawa Agency July edi accompanied by aeveral Parln motored to from where they will visit the northern and northeast ern returning to Paris on the SUPPRESS STRIKE July Russian wireless In recording continued apread of the Ukraine railway saya have taken poMPMlon ef Uia rail way and telegraph llnea and arc adopting all to tht Company with displaying their King Ventilation striking exhibit method of Worthy of admiration Is the artii tic arrangement of the City Sign Works which shows samples of aty sorts of excellent of theatre both large small and specially worthy of mention a did oil painting after Plopkhoritti The Good executed by The Lothbrldge Monumental Works supplies a handsome exhibit of marblb headstones in both simple and elabo rate designs of which the worx haa all been done in Lethbridge and Is ar tistically arranged among beautiful potted The Imperial Oil Com pany shows to great advantage a most handsome and extensive exhibit of oils ol every kind and from a barrel to a small and is a eotlou of which to be Every thing possible In the line of Iron to be seen in the stand of the Lethbridge iron wUg very THE AEOUAN VOCALION i AWAITING YOUR HEARING IN OUR BOOTH At THE FAIR Ii THE AEOLIAN VOQALIONTHE GREATEST OF I THE VOCALION HAS THE RICHEST THE VOCALION WILL PLAY ALL MAKES OF THE VOCALION HAS THE GREATEST OF ALL TONE CONTROL8THE ACTUALLY ALLOWS YOU TO PLAY RECORDS NOTE RESPONDS TO YOUR YOU MAY SHADE EACH PHRASE AS YOU THE USE OF THE GRADUOLA IS THE GRAHAM MOTOR Recharge aniUUpair Storage Batteries of AD Makes AGENTS FOR EX1DE BATTERIES Manager We have secured the exclusive agency for this new mus ical Instrument and we invite you to come In and hear and play the If you have no thought of WILLIS Manager THIRD AVENUE SOUTH Gypso Fibre Wall Board FOR INTERIOR WALLS AND CEILINGS BTKrf SEE OUR EXHIBIT AT THE LETHBRIDGE FAIR AND JULY 2227 80LD BY ALL RELIABLE 06ALBRS IN BUILDSRS MANUFACTURED BY Manitoba Gypsum Limited MAN ;