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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta VAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDQE DAILY - HRRALD letbbri&oe Ibcralb Xetbbridge, Alberta DAILY ANO WKKLV cunlcatlon befwoon ft traln-dlspntchor'a ottlco and a moving train haa recoi;(-ly boen mado by tho Cr.iiadlan govc; mont. This has been accomplished V. tore but tho prcsout device ombodios some features that are said to make It tieablo In a practical way. Thn track l3 used ns tho conductor, and tho electrical current reaches (he moving train throuRh Its wheeli'. The test, as described in Itnll-way and Ix)coniotivo ICuglnuorliiK was made bciwoen .Moncton and Humphrey's Station, Xow nmnswlck. on tho Canadign CJcivonunont linll-ways. The npparatiia was doviscd by a New York Jirni and a representative of the I'nilod Slates government wiis present. Comniiinicallon was set up not only between the dispatcher and the train, several miles away, but ho-tween the conductor and cnKincor oC tlio same train, and it is declared feasible to making a moving train a regular station on the lines of a city Date* of eiplrr of �abscr)pUotn �p- ] toJephone excliance. Says tho autho-Ivear daily on address label. Accept- i faace of papers ^fto. explratiin ,300. Foul brood, the disease dreaded by beekeepers, which results in the do-stvuction of tho larvae, has broken out in Scarboro and N^arkham, Ont. DrockviUe's mayor declares that Sunda.v work in Hrockvillo garden.s ; will not -ybo tolerated. Hamilton's ' nmyor encourages garden work on Sundays. .\n unusual accident' occurred at Uoocland, near IJraudoa, Just as Russell Itaifiwoll, son of a well known farmer of the Dcrrisford district was leaving the b.-!.�!Cball grounds in his buggy he was hit by a stone thrown by some per.son, and a fov.- minutes afterwards bocamo unconscious. ' and has remained in that state ever since. The . northern part of Derbyshire, Eng., as well as certain parts of York- j shire, are being invaded by .an army of "antler moth caterpillars." liatta-lions of these pests are on tho-march and are described as "like n moving carpet" taking rocks and walls in their march or crawling ju,>t as the Romans did, without attempting' to go around. Tho G. .^I. Standifer Construction Ctirporation, wooden and steel shipbuilders, of rortlaud. made plans for building at Vancouver, Wash., seven ! miles from Portland, a new town, the centre of which will be a three-storey hotel to cost $350,000, Between 100 and l.-ii) cottages, a parking and sewerage system, and community centre are included in tho plans. Tlio nillitary police, which formerly was a purely military body dealing with soldiers only, and the Dominion police, a civil institution, have amalgamated under the direction of the militia department and under the jurisdiction of tho Provost Marshal. It will bo known as the Corps of Military Police, and v.-jll include both civil and military branches. In future, refuse screenings produced from cleaning wheat and other grains will not be permitted to be exported unless they have been bought In open grain exchange trading. An^ order to this effect, passed by the' Canada food board, will protect Canadian interests against tho possibility of discrimination and will put the sale of refuse screenings on an absolutely conipotitive basis. .�\rgument was advanced in the supreme court at Montreal that the supreme court judgment in the Grey case, while it upholds tho validity of the order-in-councll of April 20 last, cancelling the exemptions of all men between the ages of 20 and 22, is not applicable to the order in council passed on April SO, professing to abolish the rights of habeas corpus in regard to men who are arrested under the military law. It^ wa.s insisted that right of habeas corpus still exists and must be respected by the military authorities, notwithstanding the order-in-councll. ^ Tho now schedules of r!\te9 tor all Canadian railways will go into effect on August 1 next. Tho death occurred of .Tamos Trotter, aged 7fi, for 45 years in tho Jowol-ry bualnces in Gait. A remarkable case of anosin is reported from Thorold in Charles I'cary, who was wounded at Festubert. Tenders nro. baing called for tho erection of bui'lings to house tho government telephono systems at Stavoly, Xanton and Granuni. Uev. Philip Gordon of Reserve, Wis., tho second Indian over ordained a Catholic priest', has announced his intention to run for congress as a He-publican. Owing to trimming of estimates submitted by the various civic departments for their cost of operation during the year by the city council, the Winnipeg tax ratohaa been reduced two-thirds of one mill, bringing the rate down to 20 1-3 mills. Pearl Redwing -was united In marriage to Prof. William Fotitcr Pegg, of Strathroy, Ont. Tho marriage is tho soqi?,el of a romance. Miss Redwing saved his life when lie was bath ing at Port Stanley. The professor is known as the "hnman ostrich," being ablo to eat glass, fire and metals. The lengthy resolution adopted by the Ruthenian conference at Saskatoon contained a repudiation of Bishop lUidka, and in tho constitution of the proposed now church, permitted tho marriage of priests and provided for tho election of bishops by general as sembly of the ministers and delegates of congrogatlona. ^ John McKenzie, of St. Thomas, returned soldier, who holds a D.C.M. for bravery on the field of battle on tho field of battle is under arrest on a charge of violating tho Ontario Temperance Act by being intoxicated. He claims he obtained hia "jag'' by drinking cod liver extract, which he procured from a St. Thomas drug^ gist. A warrant for the arrest of G. Weaver Loper of Spokane.' former managing director of the Llicky Jim zinc mine, limited, with properties in the Slocan district'of British Columbia was issued, chargli\g him with fraudulently issuing stocTt of the corporation. Loper, who is said to be in Butte, Slont., is charged v.-ith havitig made an overisatia of the stock while managing director. ; . J. H. Ashdo-(vji, (jt,;-Winnipeg, stopping off at Calgary,^ declares that the crop conditions are not�.ln his opinion as bad as pictured for. Southern Alberta, that,given a reasonable*quantity of rain from now on and the proper otlier weather j^conditlons. there will be a tair crop Ip, most parts, considering the price of graiiu Conspiracies involving graft In con nection with army contracts for rub her raincoats sent r to soldiers In Prance, were discloaed at New York by the department of justice officials simultaneously withi the arrest of 17 officers and employees of 15 manufacturing companies in New York and Brooklyn on charges of bribery, frpud or conspiracy. to an apuroprlftto -vtshlole-lat, Geo, Lane and Oor'doa Ironsides and Faros, Ltd., Poktjko, Perchorbn . stayion, yoarllng-lat and 2nd, Geo. Lano nud Gordon Ironsides and Fares, Ltd., Poklsko; 3rd, Wm. Stewart, Ljithbrldgo. Porcheroti fllly, yearling-Ist and and, Oeo.'Lante and-Gordon Ironsides and Farcis, Ltd,, Peklsko; 3rd, Amos-tad Bros., Stavely. Percheroti champion foTOnlo, any age-1st, 2nd and 3rd, Goo. Lano and Gordon Ironsides and Pares, Ltd., Peklsko. Porchoron champion Canadian, bred ranro-1st and 2nd, Geo. Lano and Gordon Ironsides and Faros, Ltd., Peklsko. Porchoron best mare, any age, owned by oxhtbltoi--1st, Oeo. Lano and Gordon Iponsldos and Fares, Ltd., Poklsko: Porcheron champion stallion, any age-Champion and reserve champion, GoorgQ Lano and Gordon Ironsides nild Faros, Ltd., Peklsko- 3rd, W. B. Tlfomo, Aldersydo. Porchoron champion Canadian bred stallion-lat and 2nd, Goo. Lano and Gordon Ironsides and Faros, Ltd., Pe-. kisko. ' Agricultural grades, walking contest, best walking team to draw load of 2,000 lbs. onco nrounti halt nillo track, team making best time to win 1st, Smith Bros, and Wilson, I.xjth-bridge; 2nd, Geo. O. Kerr, Lethbridge. Carriage classes, single carriage horse, �shown to appropriate vohicio, driven by a lady, horse to count fiO per -cant., vehicle 25 per cent., harness 15 per cent.-1st and 2nd, Durno and McLonnon, Airdrio; 3rd, J. A. Smith, Lethbridge. Saddle horse, maro or golding, exceeding 14.2 up to 15.2-1st, P. F. Foreman, Claresholm. Lady's saddle horao. maro or gelding, oxceedins 14.2, ridden by a lady -iflt. Miss Lillian Dupen, Lethbridge. Cavalry horse, exceeding 1,000 lbs., color any but white, exceeding 15.1, well broken to saddle and gentle, good at all paces, wiTlk, trot, canter or gallop and a good weigh carrier.. Docked horses not eligible. Horses entered in other classes not eligible to this class -Ist, W. G. Leonard, Lethbridge. Ponies, saddle pony, exceeding 13 hands-let, Wm. Watt, Lethbridge. Coach breeds, brood mare with foal by side-1st, W. B. Thome, Aldersydo. Coach breeds, foal-1st, W. B. Thome, Aldersyde. Championship-W. B. Thome, Aldersyde. . Coach breeds, dry mare, 4 years or over--1st, W. B. Thome, Aldersyde. Coach breeds, 3-year-old filly-Ist, W. B. Thome, Aldersydo. Light horses, thoroughbreds, stallion, 3 years or over-1st, Ijieut. Cora. R. P. Kingscots, Claresholm; 2nd, Wil- fred,^ J. SItlniiard, Eothbrldga. ' ' Ll^ht .horses, tVorougWii-oda, stallion, 2 years-Ist, .Mooks Bros,, Raymond. . Roadsters, single trotter, maro or golding, not oxcooding 15.2-lat, J. A. Smith, Lethbridge. Rondatof, single irotton mcitq or golding, exceeding 15.2-Ist, liorothy. F. Gw(itkln, Lothbrldgo.' * Standardbreds, Btalllon, 3 years or over-Ist and'2nd, Wilfred J. Skin-nard, Lethbridge. Standardbreds, brood maro with foal by Bide-Ist, Wilfred J. SUiunard, Lethbridge. Standardbrodsi foal-Ist, Wilfred .T. Skinnnrd, Lethbridge. Thoroughbred dry mare, 4 years or over-lat, Moeks Bros., Raymond. Standardbred 3-yoar-old filly-Ist, Wlltrod J. Sklnnard, Lethbridge. Roadster single pacer, maro or golding, escoedlng 14.2-181:. G. W. Guy, Charlotte, SneU. . Saddle horse, mnro or golding, exceeding 15.2-isl and 2nd, Raymond Knight, Lothbrldgo, Alia. Ponies, pony in single harness exceeding 13 hands-Ist, Allan Hamilton, Lethbridge; 2nd, Wm. Watt, Lethbridge. Girl's or boy's turnout, pony not to oxcceii 13 hands, and shown to suitable vehicle, driven by a girl or boy under 17 yoara-1st, .Mrs. W; B. .Viae-Laino, Lothbrldgo; 2nd, E. N. Towlor, Lethbridge. Pony in single harness not exceeding 13 hands-Ist, Sclsorda MacLainc, Lothbrldgo. Combination pony exceeding 13 hands-1st, Alan Hamilton, Lothbrldgo; 2nd, E. W. Towler, Lethbridge. Best girl' ridor under 17 years of ago, ppny not exceeding 14.2-1st, Sciseroa MacLaino, Lothbrldgo; 2nd, Lillian Dupen, Lctlibridgo. Best boy rider under 17 years of age, pony not oxoeeding 14.2-1st, Alan Hamilton, Lethbridge; 2nd, E. W. Towlnr, Lethbridge. Saddle pony, not exceeding 13 hands ~lst, Lillian Dupen, Lethbridge; 2nd, JIacLaine, Lethbridge. Roadster, 3-yenr-old fllly or gelding -lat, Wilfred J. Sklnnard, Lethbridge. � ' Roadster pair matched pacers, marc or geldings, exceeding 14.2-Ist, G. W. Guy, Charlotte, Sn.sk. Hackney pair, mares or geldings, shown to appropriate vehicle-Ist, Durno and McLennon, Airdrio, Alta. Carriage classoa, pair of mares or geldings, 3 years or over, exceeding 14.2, to bo shown to appropriate vehicle-^Ist, Durno and .McLonnon, Airdrio. ^ Carriage classes, best high stepper, maro or gelding, conformation quality and stylo to count 30 per cent., all around action 70 per cent-l.st and 2nd, Durno and McLennon, Airdrio. (From Our Own CorresoonflontI Iiarona, July 25.-A rough citlmato of tho now buildings erected, in tho village nlono during tho past twolvo months, places tlieir valuo at about $150,000. This may seem a small item to dwollors in cities, but there ^aru tow villages in Alberta, or anywhoro olso, that can equal It. The value oE hutldlngs constructed during'. tho sanio period In the surrounding district would exceed tho village osti-ninto by a wide margin. The cpinmitteos of the Barone anil Whitolako Churches have decided to discontinue tho practice of holding tho service at each place In the afternoon on aUornato Sundays. In future tho Whitolako servlcos will bo a 3.00 o'clock every Sunday and tho Barons at 7.30.  At'tjie church sorvlco on Sunday ovoning Uev. ilr. Malley made fitting roforoneo to tho success obtained tho organist, Jlrs. L. H. Finch, at tho recent exun)inations conducted by the Toronto Conservatory of .Music, when three of her pupile, Marlon Welsh, of Barons, and .Mary' Folk and Eileen Buckloy of Carmangay, passed the ol-omuntary examination with honors, nil throe obtaining unusually high marks. Those were tho only pupils from Jlrs. Plnoji's class entered for tho examination. Land, Sea and Sky Know Premier Gasoline WE SELL It HANSEN'S FILLING STATION BARONS, ALTA. AWARDS IN HORSE CLASSES AT THE FAIR PEOPLE SrtOW THEY WANT THE BEST POSSIBLE. Whenitlie greatest crowd In the-his-, , tory of an exhibition in this'city packed the fair grounds yesterday the, measure of the appreciation of the people of Sunny Southern Alberta.for the efforte being put forth by the.am-algtmated fair board to put the Southern Alberta fair on a sound and permanent basis once more was shown. And by the crowds which attend today and to-morrow will next year's efforts pi the board be measured. There Is no masking the fact that the livestock exhibits except in certain classes are not ^vell filled this year, but that le not a bad feature. It Is noticeable that few large eastern show herds are here. Most of the livestock on the grounds Is Alberta-owned and bred, and that will be encouragement for other Alberta owners to "enter their etock next year. The attondanco on Thursday proved, when the grandstand -was sold out, that the people of Southern Alberta will support a fair. It Is now up to tho directors to. commence planning right sway for a bigger and better one next year wltb empUaela to- be placed on the livestock end of the program. We can do It if we educate the owners to phow thoir fltock, TELERHONIC CONNECTIONS IWITH MOVING TRAINS." AauQcesatul tost o� telephone com- " 'Clydesdale brood mare, with foal by 'Bide-1st,- W. D. 'Mc'Lennon, Airdrio. � Clydesdale fllly, yearling-Ist, W. D..'McLoimQn, Airdrio; 2nd. Tom Raw-llnson, Innlsfall. - Clydesdale loal-1st, 'W. D. McClen-non, Alrdri'e. ' Clydesdale fllly, 2 years-1st, John McConeehy, Maycroft. Clydesdale filly, 3 years-Ist, R. R. Lea, Coaldale. Clydesdale dry mare, 4 years or over-1st, T^m Rawllnson, Innisfail; gpd, Meeks , Bros., Raymond; 3rd, R. R.- i/ea, Coaldale, Ciydea'dalB champion , female, any �age-lat,JJohn McConeehy, Maycroft; 2nd,-J. AvT Dufho, Calgary.' Clydesdale .stallion, yearling-1st, W.::D, McLennon, Alrdrle; 2nd, Dr. D. McEachran, ^'Maycroft. Clydesdale-Btalllon, 2 years-Ist, J. W. Durrio, Calgary;.2nd,-John McCon-neehy;''Maycroft; 3rd, Tom Rawllnson, Inniaftiir. " Clydesdale stallion, 4 years or over -1st, McICay and Russell, Carman gay; 2na, Albert B. "Dupen, Leth bridge. Clydesdale champion .stallion, any age-1st, McKay "and Russell, Carmangay; 2rid. W: J. Durno, Calgary. Shire brood mare with foal by side -let, R. R.Lea, Coaldale. Shire dry piare, 4 years or over- 1st and 2nd, Tom Rawllnson, Innisfail; 3rd, Ray Knight, Lethbridge. SMi^e fllly, 3 years-1st, Tom Rawllnson, Innisfail; 2nd, Dr. X>. MoEach-ran, Maycroft. - Shire filly, 2 years-1st, Tom Rawllnson, Innisfail. � Shire fllly, yoarllng-Ist, Dr. D. McEachran, Maycroft. Ehiro champion female, any age- Ist and 2nd, Tow Rawllnson,' Innisfail. Agricultural grades, dry mare, 4 years or over-Ist, McKay and Russell, Carmangay; 2nd, J. D. Ward, Lethbridge; 3rd, McKay and Russell, Carmung'ay. Clydesdale pair mares or geldings shown to appropriate vehicle-1st, R. R. Ijea, Coaldale, Alta. Shiro stallion, 4 years or over-lat and 2nd, Tom Rawllnson, Innisfail; 3rd, R. R. Lea, Coaldale. Shiro stallion, 2 yoara-1st and 2nd. Tom Rawllnson, Innisfail. Shire champion stallion, any age- 1st and 2nd, Tom RawUnspn, Innisfail. ' Suffolk punch stallion, 4 years or over-lsl and 2nd, Ray Knight, Lethbridge. Suffolk punch chararhon stallion, any aee-1st and 2ud, Ray Knight, Lethbridge. . Suffolk punch, dry mare, 4 years or over-r-l/K, 2nd and 3rd-Ray Knight, Lethbridge. Suffolk punich champion mare, any age-Ist and 2nd, Ray Knight, Lethbridge. Suffolk punch pair mares or geld-ing3 shown to appropriate vehicle- 1st and 2nd, Ray Knight, L.othbridge. Shiro pair mares or geldings shown to appropriate vehicle-1st, Tom Rawllnson, Innisfail. Agricultural grades, filly or geld-.Ing, 3 years-1st. I'. C. Leonard, Leth-bridge. Agricultural grades, filly or gelding, yearling-1st, F. C. Leonard, Lethbridge. Agricultural grades, pair mares or geldings, the property of a man engaged exclusively in farming-Ist; McKay and Russell, Carmangajf; 2nd, Raymond Knight, Lothbrldgo. Porchoron fllly, 3 years-Ist and 2nd, Goo Lane and Gordon Ironsides and Faros Co., Poklsko; 3rd, W. B. Thome, Aldersydo. Porcheron fllly, 2 years-Ist, Geo. Lano and Gordon Ironsides and Fares, Ltd., Peklsko; 2nd, Geo. Lane an(\ Co., Namaka; 3rd, Geo. Lane and Gordon Ironsidea and Fares. Ltd., .Peklsko; 4th, W. B, Thome, Aldersyde. Porcheron brood maro with foal by side-Ist and 2nd, Ar.nestad Bros., Stavejy. "" Perchoron foal-Ist and 2nd, Arnes-tad Bros., Stavely. Porchoron dry mare, 4 years or over-1st, W. B. Thome, Aldersyde; 2nd, Arnestad Bros., Stavely; 3rd, W. il. Tliomo, Aldersyde; 4th, Arnestad Bros., Stuvoly. lielgian atalllon, 4 yoars or over- 1st, A. \V. Pitcher, Woolford; 2nd, .Meel!3 Bros., Raymond, Hfllglan fllly, yoarllng-�1st and 2nd, A. W. Pitcher, Woolford. Heavy draft brood mare with foal by Hide-iBt, Geo. O. Kerr, Lothbrldgo. Hoavy drill foal-1st, Goo. O. Kerr, Lethbridge. Heavy draught dr^- mare, 4 years or over-Ist and 2nd, MtiKay and Rtis sell, Carmangay. Belgian brood mare with foal by side~lat and 2nd, A. W. Pitcher, Woolford. Belgian foal-1st and 2nd, A. W. Pitcher, Woolford. Bolgfan champion stallion, any age -1st and 2nd, A.. W. Pitcher, Woolford. Belgian champion female, any '^ge -Ist and 2nd, A. W. Pitcher, Woolford. � Perchoron stallion, 4 years or over -Ist, W. B. Thome, Aldersyde; 2nd, Arnestad Bros., Stavely; 3rd, W. G. Leonard, Lethhrldgo. Porcheron Ktallion, 2 years-1st, Goo.- Lane and Gordon Ironsides and Pares, LUl., Peklsko. Perclieron pair marofl or geldings shown to appropriate vehicle-ist, .Geo. Lane and Gordon Ironsides and Faros, Ltd., Peklsko, Perchoron two animals from one mare-1st, Goo. Lane and Co., Namaka;,.'2nd, .\rne3tad' Bros., Stavely; 3rd, .W. B. Thome', Aldersyde. Porcheron best three mares, any ago, owned by exhibitor-Ist, Geo. Lane, J^amaka; 2nd, Arnestad Bros., Stavely; 3rd, W. a. Thotne, Alder syde.  Porcheron heat four animals, any age, gel of one sire, owned by ,ex hibitor-1st, Ceo. Lane, Namaka; '2nd, W. B. Thome, Aldersyde. Porchoron cliainplon stud, stftUlTm and tour niiires. owned by exhibitor- 1st, Geo. Lano, .N'amaka; 2nd, W. B. Thqjno, Aldersydo; 3rd, Arnestad Bros., Stavely. Heavy draught, pair mares or geldings in harncis to wagon, open, to bona I'ide farmers oiiiy (teani to count 60 per cent., vehicle 20 per cent., harness 20 per cent.)-1st, Geo Lane and Gordon Ironsides and Pares, Ltd., Peklsko; 2nd, Mc/Cay and Russell, Oar manguy. Heavy drauKhl four-horee team, pure brort:-!, grades and crosses, to bo shown to an aiiproprlate-rehlcle, open to bona tide fiirriieV'a only-let, Goo, Lane and (iordou'Ironsldoi" and Fares, Ltd., Poklsko. Heavy draught six borso team, pure bred, gradog or crosses, to bo �hown Ford Agency Changes Hands We wish to announce to the public that we have purchased the entire slock and business oi the Ford Garage, formerly owned by Mr. J. H. Virtue, the business will be carried on under the same name for the present at the old loca^'.. tion, 1232 3rd Avenue South. X ^ We have on hand a large stock of Repairs and Accessories of Ford cars and trucks and can fill any orders on short notice. Our Repair Department is under the management of the best nriechanic obtainable and our patrons can rest assured that any work tuYned out of our establish' "ment will go out absolutely right. Fordson TracJ:or We have also taken over the agency for the Fordson Tractor. This js the tractor the provincial government secured this spring, having distributed lOOG over the province. This machine is giving good satisfaction. It's reliability has been prbve''n. We have a full line of repairs for this tractor on hand. Seeit at the fair. We Want Your Ekisiness We are in a position to give customers good service. Every item will be giVien careful attentior - , C.4:^McCREARY, Manager 11.E.ME1BACH, Proprietor ;