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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SEVEN LETIinniDGE DAILY STAMPEDE EVENTS ARE FULFILLING ALL PROMISES FOR EXCITING THRILLS If there were fllort fhrltls in the second SUmpefle day program Wednesday than on the first 2nd although a chilly wind blow ing the firowd In the gr anditftnd num toerlng persons stuck with It tin H the tort bronk in the wild horse ace had crossed the And a good many of them stayed for the Evening performance which started at V considerably more eight Things went riinRB emoothiy yesterday than on the pre ceding day Snd by today the rough edges will be all worn off so that there shouldnt be a minutes wait between the acts In the fastest stam pede ever staged In the south coun A little sunshine to put some pep into the men from the wild and woolly is all that is needed The bronka and wild steers from the long country are Just in their prime The cool weather seems to iave made them sore and they are bucking their heads Ifjou don t believe It Just ask Three Per He The Daya in the main events on Wednesday were Bucking With Whitney of Lethbridge on Jesse Allen on Sky Kocket Parker of on Moose Hastings of Cheyenne in 53 of bulldogglng for Jim Massey In Calf Roping and in 1 1 in Relay of of of Wild Horse Three Bload iRe Calf Roping and Branding Against No awrd to Sam o No t In the calf roping branding against Wednesdays team was hladed by Sam Gftrrett of one of the trick ropers In His wasnj working and after branding seven dur ing which time he missed 16 he called It His time up to that point was 9 which wasn t good enough to The twomile cowboy relay race was a walkaway for Parsons over Powell and Tommy Its a As the which wound up the afternoon program was a Twenty biting bronks were turned out oflt the with two helpers to each ride and at the word go tff theTflder to saddle and it the right way round the Morris got away first but his nag lagfeed in the back stretch arid TpmBiy who was second overtook and passed coming home a One little t couldnt be saddled at all at the Medicine Hat got away Just as the winner was crossing whose team quit after branding seven head of A Couple of I Only two accidents occurred during strenuous In the bucking with saddles contest Bill Barnes es sayed to ride Jesse lived up tothe name and piling Bar kicked Nothing serious hap In the Dutch Seidel picked a big Ilight in front Qt the grand stand Dutch turned him completely it was up against the fence and Dutch the knocked out of He was unconscious for a few minutes but came back gamely and waa In ac tion before the end of the In both accidents the Rotary emergency hospital and ambulance was on the and Dr Leech administered med ical who took the great Al askan The Top of the World is present taking movies of the stampede and shot several hun dred feet of good stuff He is for a sunny day that will throw up the action In sharper first event of the afternoon saw some good riding in the bareback Charlie Neil Tom Three Cal gary Stan Whitney and Miles the 18 year old veteran participated and plenty of action was No one parked company with Three Persons The riding for place in the day money of the bucking with saddles event was probably the feature of the All the horees were equip ped with a flank rope which energized their bucking muscles and the boys vyho stayeil with the hud some The horses were chosen and had lots of Those who rode in the qualifying round on Darky Miles Clark on who boosted him on the third jump Charlie riding for Hlllburg on Silo Tex Smith on One Spot Tom Three Persona on who bucked Just like ills a squalling terror Henry Morris on PinoTree Mike Hastings ON Bonnet Tex McLeed pn Barrel Head Walter Whitney on a whirligig Miles rid ing for Calgary Red on Billy Goat and pulling leather Slim Parker on Bit ter Creek Dave n Two Step Neil Campbell on Scarhead Slim A len on Ant and Bill Barnes riding for McLeod on Jess Barnes was thrown violently and kicked by his but suffered no serious Mike Hastings drew a nonbucker in his first ttWttJ JU31 niw IT the Calgary Red started even later and put up a fine exhibition of Dont fail to see the wild horse race before the stampede Is It is tho scream of the whole The judges for the flay were Bill Hyssop and they had a busy time Ropers Had Hard Thecalf roping and tying time was Out of 20 contestants only two made fair throws and Jack Brown and Frank Whitney were the lucky Whitneys horse fooled him just as lie caught his throw Ing him but he picked himself up and after a struggle succeeded in throwing and making the Tom Three Persons made a nicecatch and tie in 39 the fastest time but the calf kicked Itself dis qualifying him The Trick Steer and bull riding furnished the usual while the trick Tex Chester Sam Gar rett and the Stan Whitney amuseflthe crowd during tire the worlds having won the event at Calgary In and now woars the gold belt presented njih at that Byere is hot after him for the but his chances here were knocked In the head when he had a small none in his arm broken ai Medicine The Lad lea are One of tho features that catches the fancy of the crowd is the lady rders who werent handed any easy marks Those who rode were 1 ox Prairie Lady Al len Myrtle Cox on Kate Canutt and Rose They all rode them straight up while the crowd The grandstand attractions wore landing will be of the moat The best view ot this can o obtained from the here will also be a splendid big Ight starting from the centre o tho ace track and everyone should bo on ock to see the commencement of his1 which can be well seen from the ame Immediately after her light Miss Stlnson will give a daring racing an auto against ime Although Miss Stlnson hohlB the I ecord in Canada and the for wo doing 12 mile in 1 minute and 5 she is going to try otv Saturday to go onebetter and has hosen Lethbridge as the KATHERINE RAintnint w a picture taken with Mary The picture was taken at Nsw the daring glrY Who Is to fly here on beloved of all movie DARING at staged yesterday between the waits and were well received by the Especially was this up Of the Japan ese barrel act is one of the best ever seen The plat form attractions filled in the wajts and with plenty of band music there wasnt a dull during the whole ARTS AND CRAFTS The exhibit of horticultural pro ducts is somewhat behind thus 5 of previous doubtless of poor weather There a display of butter and preserves and There are also a few Mies Katherine the girl aviator arrived in city yester day and will be one of the many visitors at the fair until her on Saturday comes Stinson lives in a whirHof excitement having onlyyesterday made a flight in Bran don and expects tounload her pet ma This petite aviator holds the endur ance records for both for men and her record Ilight being that front Chicago to New a distance of 783 miles in 10 hours and 15 Her recent flight from Calgary to Edmonton waa also a being accomplished In 2 5 flying at an aver age rate ot 98 miles an To look at this leather clad lady one would hardly imagine that she had actually been foot in the air on No one has ever yet flown the Atlantic but Look said Miss in her charming American youll hear of a Canadian doing it some of these IE I had the proper machine I would try it and one would not bo surprised to hear of the am bitious lady getting a machine in the near future and trying At present her ambition is to do some long cross country fight before leav ing No Trouble With Miss Stinson does not have the usual tale to tell of the difficulty of flying In Alberta That it make some slight difference to the starting or landing she and nhe also says it makes it rather chillji when in upper but she Is ready to weather the roughest Machine In Good New piston rings which Misa only is the work unusually well done but there is a great variety of de signs and wood painting on silks and amateur punch work on and stencilling are all to be seen and admired as well as drawings of many The art exhibit shows how many lo cal artists can til the collection is placed before us we are apt to forget our talent la this k good afternoon might be spent admiring these tasteful displaya pf son has been anxiously awaiting have just arrived from the Kast with the that the machine will be In the most for Satur days flight and will be just as she will give some splendid exhibits ot flying close to the grand stand which is the most dangerous and the starting and The Percheron futurity waa judged Wednesday afternoon at the Leth1 bridge Stampede and Tlie prom1 places were more keenly competed for than ever before and although in both stallion and filly classes the Lane horses won first places it Is no to local breeders to acknow iedge Arnstad Brothers of ly with Casaba 7113 made a very third and Hunt of Lethbridge with Richard 6741 was placed third In the stallion This futurity stake is the only com petition undertaken by the Canadian Percheron Horse Breeders Associa tion and is a Dominion wide Entries from any Canadian breeders of pure bred stock is accepted and it is considered the biggest event among breeders of Percheron This is the second time the event has been brought to The stake Is worth considerably In excess of J500 and it is only the breeders of the best Percheron stock that will support their entries right up to the show George Lane the world s greatest Percheron breeder is here with his i best young Thorne of Aldersyde had three entries in the Hunt of Lethbridge and Arnstad of Stavely each had one animal The Professor Edmonds after judging the stake commented most favorably on the Percheron stock in the district and the unifor mity in the products of each He encouraged the young breeders Free Demonstration OP Nabob Nabob De Luxe Vacuum Packed Tea Coffee BY MISS FERGUSON AT KERR GOS GROCERY 313 FIFTH STREET SOUTH When in the city try a cup of the above lines noted for their splendid cup Oldsmobile Cars AND Samson Tractors SEE OUR EXHIBIT AT THE GROUNDS DURING FAIR DISTRIBUTORS present by his very favorable mention of the Individual animals he had The Percheron people have shown their partiality for Lethbridge and we hope to see them again within the next HARRIS ROSS1TER Office 112 5th Street Phone 1712 Meet Me At The Fair I SPJRELLA CORSETS Will be demonstrated in a booth at the Exhibition Hall during Stampede Corsets from Parker Martin THE1 pen and water pils and And to prove that they are true to life we can see here and there an odd friend or acquaintance on the This is without doubt the best exhibit in this line that has ever been put on at our local fair and is of very high There are also quite a number of paintings from IV draw Rocking Chair for his second Hocking Chair name and Mika was belied Those qualifying for the day money were SHm AHen of Dave of Slim Parker of of Leth bridge and Tom Three with the result In this event Three IHsrsons Tommy Bay was filled in the most approved stampede White made a good ride but it didnt samples ot potted strawberries and quite a number of One exhibit worthy pf note is a branch heavily laden with beauti ful The displays on the second floor pf the hall are Although that portion is not highly uponi examination Jf prpvw to have yefy excellent exhibitsHand most tastefully The Red Cross exhibit is pf particular interest to all patriotic workers and Indeed to everyone In terested in the It is V practical example of the excellent work being done in this city by the wouien of Lethbridgo and bears out their repu tation of a very high standard of work that they have Samples of almost every article ujed in a hospital are there and knitting that has been done by using both single and double seta of One quilt to on display from Raymond showing the method pf using up add pieces so that there may be no waste which is one aim of all Red Cross A fact of interest in this connection is that Lethbridge had 150 entries in this competition as 20 each in Calgary and Another raest Intereetinf f splay is that of the One pauses to roar vel at the and different kinds display that does credit to of work that way be Not school exhibit is another de partment that Is probably the best pi Its kind ever shown That the children have had their individual ta ents cultivated to the utmost extent also reflects great credit upon the ex cellence of tho teaching that roust have produced They are most tastefully arranged and show marvel lous work In color and penmanship done by the young exhibitors as well aa some splendid examples pf different kinds of and crochet There are also some very pretty samples of The hand painted china is worthy of some very handsome spe cimens appearing and completing a AEOLIAN VOCALION AWAITING YOUR HEARING IN OUR BOOTH AT THE FAIR THE AEOLIAN VOCALIONTHE GREATEST OF THE VOCALION HAS THE RICHEST THE VOCALION WiLL PLAY ALL MAKES OF THE VOCALION HAS THE GREATEST OF ALL TONE ACTUALLY ALLOWS YOU TO PLAY RECORDS NOTE RESPONDS TO YOUR YOU MAY SHAPE EACH PHRASE A3 YOU THE USE OF THE GRADUOLA IS THE GRAHAM MOTOR Recharge and Repair Storage Batteries of All Makes AGENTS FOR EXIDE BATTERIES Manager We have secured the exclusive agency for this new mus ical Instrument and we invite you to come in and hoar and play the you have no thought of WIUIS PI AND Manager THIRD AVENUE SQUTH AUTOMOBILE AUCTION SALE THERE WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTIOM BY FRANK WADDINGTQN At His Sale 10th Street On Friday July 26th AT THREE OCLOCK 1 Studebaker 1917 in excellent running The property of Roy who is leav ing for the 1 Ford 1917 as 1 Ford Touring Car in good The cars will be available for trial on Friday morning at ten oclock at the Auction Further entries STAMPEDE VISITORS IN THE MARKET FOR A CAR SHOULD LOOK THESE TERMS CASH AUCTIONEERS PHONES ;