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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1018 THE LETimniDGR DAILY HER\l1) P.VGE SEVEN SWEDE EVENTS ARE FULFILLING woro more Slampodo day If nn/thlng, tliDre hrllla in tho second program Wodnosday than on the first imd although a chilly wind was blowing tho crowd in the grandstand num-Ijorlng 2,000 peraona stuclt with It until the lact bronk In tho wild horsv race had' croased the wire. And .a good many of them stayed for tho evening performance which started at eight o'clock. ,^ Things wont considerably more fimoothiy yojitorday than on the preceding day and Ijy to-day the rough edges win be nil worn off so that there shouldn't bo a minute's wait l)otwcon tho acts in the fastest s'tara-podo over staged in the south country. A little sunshine to put some "pop" Into the men from iho wild and woolly is all that Is needed now. The bronka and wild steers from the long grasil country arc ju^t in their Drlnio. Tho cool weather seems to imvB made Ihem sore and they are bucking their heads oft. If you don't believe it Just ask Tommy Throe Per-Bonn. He knows. The Day's Wlnner�.f Winners in the main events on Wednesday were: Bucking With Saddles. 1-Walter Whitney of Lethbrldge on Jesse James, 2-Slim Allen of Wilcox, Ariz., on Sky Rocket II. 3-Slim Parker of Brooks, on Moose Jaw.   BuldogQlng. 1--.Mike Hastings of Cheyenne In 5,1% seconds, 2-J. O. Danks, of Pendleton, Ore., bulldogglng for Jim Maasey in 1.12 seconds. Calf Roping and Tying. 1-Jack Brown, Lethbrldge, In 1 min. 71^ seconds. 2-Frank Whitney, I^elhbridge, In 2.02. Relay Race. 1-Parsona, of Poison, >font. 2-Powell, of Browning, Mont. 3-Tommy Ooin, of Lethbrldge.- Wild Horse Race. 1--Tommy Goin, Lethbrldge. 2-Heijry Morris, Galling, N.M. 3-Tom -Three Persons, Bload .Re V Bei^yo.  . � l> Calf Rnninn and BranHlnn ~ Agalti'sl Calf Roping and Branding Time. No. award to Sam Garrett, of ,Chey-? onne, Wyo., whose team quit after branding seven head of calves. . A Couple of Accidents. tOnly two accidents occurred during a strenuous afternoon. In the bucking with saddles contest RlU Barnes essayed to ride Jesse James. The nag lived up to the name and piling Barnes, kicked him. Nothing serious happened, however. In tho bulldogglng Dutch Seidel picked a big brute, night in front ylth, beautl ful apples. *� The displays on the second floor of the hall are Splendid. Although that portion. Is not highly decorated, ut>onJ examination it' proves to have, yefy excellent. ex)ilblts-r�nd most tastpfuUy arranged. The Red Cross exhibit is of particular Interest to all patriotic workers and Indeed lo everyone In-terosted in the war' "It' is V practical example of the excellent work being done in this city by the -woTiion ol Lethbridgo and boars out their reputation of a very high standard of work that t!)ey , have attained. Samples of almost every article ujed in a hospital are there and knitting that has been done by using both single and double ^ots o{ needles, Ono quIU is on display from Raymond showing tho nvothod of using up add pieces so that there may be no waste which is one �lm of all Red Cross workers, A fact of interest in this connection is that Lethbrldge had ISO entries In thl^ conipetltibti as mbIusI 20 each in Calgary and EJdniaaton. Another most int9re<)tlni^ display Is that of the crafts. One 'pauses to marvel at tbo variety, and different kinds ol work that may be ati^n tbero. Not son has been anxiously nw.iiling have just arrived from the K'ust with the result, that the machliio will bo In the most perfect cpntlitinu for Saturday's flight and will bo "just dandy" as she says. MIeo^ Slinspn , will give' some splendid exhibit a of flying close to the grand stand which la the most dangerous sort, and tho starting and The Pei-choron futurity wan jtidgod Wednesday afternoon al tho Loth-; bridge St.inipode and Fair. The prom-; ler places wero more keenly coropeted i for than ever before and although In i both stallion and llUy classes the Geo.! Lone horses won first places 11 Is no liscredit to local breeders to acknowledge it. Arnstad Brothers of Stave-ly with Caaaba TILS made n very