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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JULY Mike Hastings Champion of Stampede the-trick Mike Hastlngi ta'tho'champlon-bull- dogger q! Ihe stampede., No .one ot tho performers .rob him of .that; in the most hazardous of all events-the winner of Ihe.-l9n'.cham; i-uv plon.blp here has day. On Friday he repi....... by making'a great In row ai his steer to the.ground In onds. for the tour.days. Tuesday 'tVA', Wednesday 39W seconds Frulay Last year Mike turned IheHrlck here in 23 seconds which Is the Canadian record. He I out- to: break-1.U- before; the. statoped 11 started to fall abou threo'o'clock on Friday-, alternpon bringing .the stampede to a. close a four wiiVreiponslMo'for a couple 0 pasl'y >accldehfe Inline'.bucking con (ests, Kallfe Waal had-1 -previous da Irtr.fool'plnned under her.hors when It slipped and fell a few. fe from- the '.chute, and she was Carrie oil It was'first stated that she ha hor later it was a nounced that she iniured'amT.Vould'rMe on Saturday. Sell Campbell-had a similar exper- hut. the horse got up and was only that Campbell got his foot loose from the stirrup to gave being dragged. What mighVhave been a nasty ac- eide'nt hut which he turned to ac- count, happened to Jim the 1912 Calgary 'champion, in the bulldog- ding contest steer collided head- on Tfilh tho Ihe judges' land with-Missey-hanging on. The -ylre on Ihe fence caused Iho steer to rebound Massoy stajed wllh it, and put his animal down in 39 seconds, which was second fast time for the day Tho bulldogglng all through was the most eiclting event of tie day .Orvllle Banks, 61 Pendleton, licked a tough-necked critter and slrugsled K-llh him'for ono 35V4 aec onds before making tho throw Jim Daley, of Great Falls, wrestled wit! his tor fully two minutes, riding fts head and taking all kinds of wild finally Mike Hastings made hi throw directly in front ot tho movl camera. He turned over dlr telly "on lop of hip, for the pretties throw ot the stampede In the riding saddles Slim Al n drew Scarhead, andis usual ucked directly across Ihe track, pi! ng Into the 'fence In1.front of the raitdsland. Slim niade.a quick trans-, er lo the top-rail of the fence and 5. -x ss-ira; o- with the fence, but stayed with perorations were evi; game, and was picked as one of the a ces >utrieleiit' to Indicite to. ths boys to ride In the1 money tor the "lay. L ojr thc whal all th Beverly Movie Expert lias Some Pictures- 'Thursday's Events f :1 Though the weatherman was attai us, Lethbridge and Southern Albert promises to widely advcrtlicd a a result of; this week UWJt. -'.1J I I w The others who would liayj rjilden In ejcuenjoni was about; The musk: Ihe finals tor Ihe day Dave 1 tlle Lelhbrldge brass batid Willie, Slim Allen, Slim Parker and jld much "to attracHthe attention of i the crowds that thronged Fifth St; lo and Johniiy debut ot Southern Alberta's young Tom Three person Bay Knight i tied for first pli an lace-In the sleer roping agriculturists. Enroute lo.i the sto fair lieu lor nrsi pace-n e s with 10 seconds. Slim Allen was next grounds the procession stopped In with H Calling High In ot the Y. M. 0. A., wKere A. p. wim photographer, took their plc: Be'st- stampede. Pictures. He has taken Ihe same pains to get complete'action in each of lha llferent contests, so he eiiie.'n to ave tho beat stampede pictures ever urned out.' In-addition he shut SCO eet ot dim'yesterday morning, taV.- ng His [nolanshthe big chtels LIOSMIS specially for him, From l.slhbridg-j o Is going lo the Knight llanch n laymond-where" he will tako some eal roiind up scenes, also sora? phccp cenes, and one of the inest'-actlon plolnrea ever lakra In Soulliern Alberta. "This is'tho sec ond scries I have taken In Canada thl! year, and they are both said Mr. Douba. Mr Dobbs Is one ot the lest movla operators on the continent. Ele'has done a lol of studio workr'dnr- inK hfs time but prefers the outelfle acuorl pictures. t- Tho movies helog leken will be exhibited In UellibfidEc this winter, llr. Dobbs says he came to...... a TB5UII U. r H.V Moving pictures.ot (lie slanipeae wi shortly go' oni over Ihe I'anlagcs cl cult and will be'shoiva In all par Knowing JVB> The vote for M nt llie United States.and Canada. iion as'a stampede manager, and ha Ilaml on. o, peWlnton allv unanimous. h.virlv'R. Dobbs. Hie man who has not been disappointed. fc. H. loung and son, ol, diu Blampede'iti preference lo any other, knowing Ray Knight's.great reuull- The poultry exhibit this year had a large showing of. very .fine birds. Among such a great variety It Is hard to single out thoso ot.greatest perlecllon as each class.made splen- dM points in Us own partlcular.breed Sam Jones, of the local; had a large exhibit and walked off with a great number ot prizes, hav Ing a very beautiful, among his George T aiid Westbrook' Brothers a line showing, also A. If.-. Spenco Alan Hamilton, E. P.- Tuson, A. A Gibbons. Andrew Uraham, 1; H. Rn merson, Neil A. McKellar. A. Joanlng James lientoii and Hurophries an brought In a great collection, compel- j ing very successfully and bavlnB the only' specimens of geese In the build- Ing. II. K. Kelley. o! Sinrlcg Coulee. had a large display. Other ci- hibltois were geurge Addison, Gearse ones. 11. II. Scotl. Win. Intton, Jauies HamlHon. Coaldalc. b. Hos'ey Son. Winnltred. WJ. How- rd, B.-inll. D. McCartle. Taber. Most .M he'pigeons on display-were sent in Stanley Ilingston. of Calgary, ilick Strakcr. ot Lcthbridge. being- he only other contributor. The ma-, ority of the birds -were owned by .11. Warrington. Cornwall. On1 ario.'vcho sent in'aboiit 500 fino birds, of all sorts and will tarry away with ilm many prizes from.the- cily. HoJ has a great number of show birds In.- bis collection. Mow York State Democrats In con- vention named Alfred B. Smlthrpres-; iOcnt of the New York city board ol-1 the parly organization's choice for "nomination as governor. vote tor Mr. Smith was practlc-" seconds and_ Barney Owatkln in 1SS seconds. ture. Their Those who took pariVin the riding 0 n wllb Ibe Hulchlspij, fc th9 boys, were dolne Pred Mathers Charlie. :KAg. Noil I t farm wor ranBe o s, Campbell, H lllb urg and Hilling. t farm work; to "say, r. Beverly'B. Dobbs. Hie roan who took the-t, Alaskan pictures, "Alop of the" wlilch are now on the Pantagea circuit and making a great blen in the city all -.vtek taking pictures of tho jiamredd. I "I have1 some rfilhq best actlrjn pic- tureS I have ever taken." Mr. Dobbs tcld tho Herald on Friday aflernoou just after he had shot Mike Hastings turning over s'big.Etccr In the bull- contest not ten feet away from the lens. Wednesday Mr. Dpbbs pot Ihe.jbuiUoggers juraplns from the horse" Jp'jlho steer, and yes- ter.lay's portlnn of .the film will com- that, mcnt of the crou-d. judge tho first cxmtest which called The abrupt to thc day's pro-lfor the harnessing nnd hitching p( a eedlngs Interfered with several ot two horse team to a wagon. Five cjjn- ho main the. boys are lestants enlerM and five r. for good Weather ide off the finals Among to lined UD for the a fair. .Mr. read the ions ,o the contest, s M tbe Prii, well tilled, the crowd belnj estimated ,he '8eals at about day if the postponement Is 'made. However It at all possible the stam- pBoeVahii'aviation'exhibitions will be (jouiid up this afternoon Joe Peters 'Weasel is m the city and to' contest the roping aid. branding compotition, and that will'be' Blaged during the aiternoon big feature.Of the afternoon's pro i gram is a presentation to Ray Knight 'by a large nuinher ot his friends m llh ThJ! event will he atagec platform :fn'front of the grand m hands, teams all.almntt in a I (fa jar Kere calle state of readiness to drlie off The owmf heavx track ll the were sl Jjfa a gar-mjAer'sCTaft you iraoled a "Noblemen" that rich aniS thoroughly without oeiiig' Made itom a liniiiiriri blend of "tobacco tlored mituied by natural proce'ues lor muy monllu. about of--which-. 01 is in cash' in gilt- edKO securitlel, Schulman, 21 years old, enlisted as a-private in the British, army al British and Canadian Recruiting Mission, Xe- York. n AcetyleneWelding Do you Know that the GRAHAM CO. can weld your broken auto frames, and make them as strong as new ones? v Not only can they weld auto frames, bdt all kinds 'of farm machinery. AN EXPERT IN CHARGE OF THIS LINE OF WORK E. A1NSWORTH, Manager ,1 judge expressed bis satisfaction Having received an Inheritance work llle and the prlzeiai follows, R Van Haarlem ot Ihe Experimental'Farm, Lethbrtdge got Ihe Ilrst money easy J. Gonld ot the Coaldale dfslrlcl, got second Paul sialson, Biperlmenlal Farin, Archte McKenzle ot Purple fpurth, and Allan Hamilton, ot Lefhbridge, fifth "Mr, Leffiligweils lecture on Ibe humane melhoil of and hitching hones was much eppreciitcd bs the SOS and man> farmers who gathered around.. He denounced the method of .tying four horses, together bltrwhite at "work tarn. as inhumane and said-It ajalnst AVIth strips which be hnd with him for the occaii Ion he a simple, conren lent which would give o dnv er absolute control of his horses .'fid You Will Unjoy YQUT Vacation if you Spend it at Waterton Lakes FISHING, BOATING, DANCING, MOUNTAIN CLIMBING v COM! Accommodation aUlSI Day at Oe AZZARD HOTE HOTEL TA'lW AND ARK FOR lALi >et give each horse perfect ease lie said the horse, the tanner's besl friend, would only reach Ine acme ol efficient} when allowed to do m? work as'comfortably as Everett Hunt, a local farmer, ciiarge of and JdlgeMhe' second con a postholo 3% fee deep and selling a post Hr awarded the prizes as follows: son, 2nd, Archie McKenzle'' Trd R Haarlem, 4th, Allen Hamilton a flrat two boys did jhe work s than minutes .each. aplaln Porter slaged contest No 3, ing supposedly at 6 am, dressing ddllng a horsi and riding once ound the rins Allaaj Hamilton made speedy getaway for first place .with rnest fiercer following on s heels. Archie McKenile arrived in me to net third place The pli- eating Vaa in of J.'B, Wllnia he were each to eat a of e and on finishing whistle The ere KIrkby's and were relished by 19 boys ArrhlK 'MrKenzle tM Win peg boy at Purple Springs hiving ie largest Inrynx got his tucked away rsl Allan Hamilton was the second look around tor more on who w'as acting' rom his phtsfclfln to cit orcf-11.; nlahed some time lattr getting third lace These contests accomplished the urpoVe the 305 movement Intended iey should tn demonstrating to the. amers ot Southern the poaii' illlty teen age hoys from the ettlN icing of real service to them as hired lolp The conleslanU satisfied. Ihe udges that they could eat well, sleep roil and work well, thret essentials (o In the ot farmlni, THE major improvements ;in the present. Gray-Dort once more place it'in the foretrpntot light cars. Numberless refinements add that .finish, smooth- ness of operation, construction, that make this car heaping.value. V The'changes in the motor dirt-distance all recent light-car engineering. With largef.cylinders, improved carburetor, larger radiator, fan, iwater-jacKets, ithe motor reaches a hew record fpf power, and economy for a car of: this size. Our body-designers have paraileiedf-'the success of oiir engiiieeTS .in thc new.modefc. The higher gives'.and smarter sweep to the streamline body. upholstery is another.big- car feature. Numberless minor refirtements give the fine-caHook of the fenders, piano-finish mahogany instru- ment board, a. special loiig-lsstiag finish of wpmlerful lustre. From every standpoint of servici, ap- v pearnnce and price, you shibultj see andVlde in the Gray-Port.; The fire passtnger loitmig Cray-Dart, Special beautijiiUy finished and tw'ffi extra Mails mare, th three passenger All pruts are ja 6 Ckalrant READY ID FLY After Ihe fair management aa nonnced at 11 this morning that Slinson would thil Tlternoon Manager Moore and J, W. McNIciS ,wlth her at noon and announced Hut flights would take place as'alverjla ed, and a hurry tip call sent ont for the band lo advertise the fact Miss SUnson Very anjloua to mako Ihe flight Is not anxious lo postpone It, owlon' Isfio.must he In Bed Deer early I week' However K ts possible U may bs anao! need lo tM crowd this at I moon thai the evening flUht wll lie poslpMtil' till Monday Thdre a numhei1 of which MOTORS, LTD; O1ATHAM ;i ONTARIO wJsutiii THE DORT MOTOR CAR LOCAL DEALER 1. ALLEN ;