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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE JULY SOME OF CATTLE CLASSES AT FAIR Hie following awards were nmdo by Judges in tho cattle branches ShorUiorn 3 years or Gardner Shorthorn junior Shorthorn junior Shorthorn senior or Coaldale Gardner Shorthorn Junior under 2 years lat and Shorthorn 3 years with calf at under 1 suck ing or cow only to be Gardner Lethbrulgp Shortborn 2 Gardner ft Shorthorn senior 1st Gardner Shorthorn junior Shorthorn junior 1st Coaldale R Gardner Lethbridge Shorthorn senior 5 years or Coaldale Gardner or junior tifltfer 2 SViorthorn grand champion 1st Shorthorn the get of one Shorkhoru one bull two years or one cow three years or 1 heifer 3 1 heifer 1 year and 1 3 years or over must have been shown In class 1st R Gardner Shorthorn junior bull and 3 under two 3 calves nnfler one owned by Paw Hereford 2 Hereford junior and John Coaldale Hereford senior 2 years or John David Hereford Junior tin der 2 John Hereford grand 1st and John Hereford 3 years or with calf at tootiinder 1 sucking or coV only to be John Coaldale Warner John Hereford 2 and John Hereford senior 1st and John Hereford junior 1st and Hereford Junior and John Coal 1 Hereford senior 2 years or John Dav Coaldale Leffing Hereford junior under 2 and John Hereford grand John Hereford the get of one bull and John the progeny of one John Coal Hereford one bull 2 years or 1 cow 3 years or 1 heifer 2 1 heifer 1 and 1 heifer calf cow 3 years or over must have been shown in Class John Hereford junior bull under 2 2 yearling heifers and 2 heifer offered by the Canadian Hereford Breeders John Hereford three calvee under one owned by John Aberdeen Aberdeen Angus 3 years or Aberdeen Angus senior yearl Aberdeen Angus junior yearl Camrose 2nd and Aberdeen Angua senior Aberdeen Angus junior Coaldale 2nd and Aberdeen Angus junior cham under 2 and Aberdeen Angus grand cham and Aberdeen Angus 3 years or over with calf at foot under one sucking or cow only to he and C Camrose Aberdeen Angus L Camroee nd and Aberdeen Angus senior year Aberdeen Angus junior year Camrose 2nd and Aberdeen Angus senior calf Camrose Aberdeen Angus junior calf Camrose apd Aberdeen Angus senior 3 years or and Aberdeen Angus junior under 2 nnd Aberdeen Angus grnnd and Irlch Aberdeen Angus tlie get of ono Cam rose Aberdeen Angus lie progeny of one Cam Aberdeen Arfgu bull years or 1 cow 3 years or heifer U 1 heifer yearling and 1 heifer calf cow 3 years or over musl have been shown in Class Aberdeen junior bull anil females under 2 Cfcmrose Aberdeen Angus three calves under 1 owned by Camrose Red Red Polled 3 years or Thubron Red Polled junior Thubron Red Polled senior Thubron Red Polled senior 2 years or Thubron Red Polled senior I under 2 Thubron Red Polled grand Red Polled 3 years or with calf at foot under 1 suck ing or cow only to be and Thubron Red Polled heifer 2 Thubron Red Polled senior 1st and Thubron Fresh Red Polled senior Thubron Red Polled senior cham 2 years or Thubron Red junior under 2 Thubron Red Polled grand cham Thubron Red Polled the get of one Thubron Red Polled two the progeny of one Thubron Red Polled bull 2 years or 1 cow 3 years or 1 heifer GERMANS HAVE July days operat ions bring forth further ifoot of the completeness with which the genius of Clencrnl Foch has turned the tables on the Instead of slowing down to ft condition ot what has been called stabilization us the general public from experience the nllles continue to push forward in tho face of determined nnd skilful resist ance by tlie who have had lime to recover from the first shock of The according to has 35 divisions in the battle zone men of which are in the reg ion north of the In the opin ion of military observers tho violent German resistance is due more to pol itical for it is to tho immediate interests of Ludentlorff from a military standpoint to straigh ten out his lino without General Foch holds the initiative on all the battle fronts and It is be lieved it will take the Germans at least two or three monthsto get up another full dress American troops con tinue to RETURNED TO July local let ter carriers were on strike for about an hour this but decided to return and make the first mail A meeting will be held today when It is ex pected a decisicn for or against a strike will be arrived OF STRIKE belonging M Iht saclety of Enjln ind the Tool Makers Society work this morning at Coventry to consider whether will postpone notices to strIM pending a proposed conference of the joint boards at accord ing M the Evening A NEW July Fa the wall known professor of science mathe matics lit Saint Boniface left for Montreal yesterday wherr he wltl permanently take up his having been by the Reverend Father Provincial of the Society of Jesuits in Can HAS ARMY FOR July Carl former German Imperial vice HMbten ap pointed Germanys rapf rtsantativa at An stardam dispatch to wlrtlass preti aflya that Vvlll with Him two battalions of German troops to guard the Gar man at arrived tortay from the ArnOricaii where ho han boiti addresses on the war activities ot the nlllas since the International Rotary convention at KAtisas which ho Outhrle was entertained today by the Vancouver CALGARY CARPENTIR8 JET AGREEMENT General Con tractors Association of just completed rt agreement with the carpenters ntnriy weeks of TV terms of tlU the men nro to receive 66 33 conts nn They also nre to have n nine hour day and grievance committee recognized by the employ QUTHRIE AT COAST July Hugh solicitor general for week was instantly n full from ah James fi yeftrW ed when befell into the result ot Jplift IBdrown at tha 2 1 heifer yearling and 1 heifer calf cow 3 years or over must have been shown in Class Thub COMMANDS With the American Army In July George the former German Im perial is reported by a prisoner to be commanding a German army brigade on the western ron Red Polled junior bull and 3 females under 2 Thubron LETHBRIDQE DOMINION SIXTH NEXT TO SIMPSONS WE HAVE A OF NEW AND SECOND HAND FURNITURE AT REASONABLE A few of our Specials are Book China Arm Brass also Office Desks and Cream CRATING FREE Visitors to the Stampede you will Find this a Place of Refinement why youll enjoy the refreshments we Our ices and sodas are different forthey are prepared with pure fruit Our service is the kind youll Nothing but the best ice crushed juices and foods are i We in here and enjoy a palatable light luncheon who dont care for heavy food at noon or in the evening and who want a will delight in the dainty sand WlchesVtfold cold salads and pastries which we always hive ready to Hundreds of persons every day en foy v NOWHERECAN YOU GET A MORE SATISFACTORY OR MORE TEMPTING lCIR KEYS THIRD AVENUE SOUTH U Have Turned 1 heir Mock of Clothing and Furnishings Loose During Stampede Week WEVE BOUGHT MOST OF OUR MERCHANDISE AHEAD OF TIME FOR A DOUBLE KEEP UP THE THE QUALITY AND KEEP DOWN THE YOU GAIN BY THE We Carry the Largest Stock of Fur Hats and Shoes in Southern Young Mens SUITS Plain and slash The latest style The best class of mens clothing manufactured in Real worth MARK DOWN Sizes 34 to BOYS CLOTHING A FULL SIZE 24 TO YOU WILL FIND NEAT GOOD WEARING AND REAL REFUNDED ON WEARBE1TER THE CLOTHES GUARAN DURING STAMPEDE WEEK ANYTHING AND EVERYTHING IN MENS Sport to A Large Assortment of Pure Silk assorted and All kinds of hot weather Silk tape and Balbriggan Com binations and selling 1 WE OFFER A HEARTY WEL COME TO ALL OUR REGULAR CUSTOMERS AND TO THOSE WHOM WE NEVER JAINTEI THIS IS THE PLACE TO SAVE COME EARLY AND AS WE HAVE HUND REDS OF BARGAINS FOR YOU MacLEOD The Great Clothiers of the Great West ;