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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SEVEN THE MClHBRIDGE DAILY Mike Hastings Champion Bulldogger of Stampede Mike Hastlnts M the chaajpljn lmU dogger of the No of the performers can r6b him pi tW In the most hazardous of all the winner of the 1917 ptonshlp here has On Frflay h repeated bymking a guat throw pinning his steer to Hlsitlme for the four days Tuesday Wednesday fhursdaj 39 Friday Last year Mike turned the trick here In 23 which Is the Canadian He Is out tobreak It stampede IA The which started to fall about three oclock on Friday afternoon bringing the stampede to a close a responsible a couple of nasty accidents in the bucking con Katb of hard luck the previous day tiad Mr footpinned under her horse when It slipped and fell a few fee from the and she was carrlei H was first stated that she had her leg tint later it was an nounoed that shewas not eerlously injured and would ride on Nell Campbell had a similar expeiv the horse got up and tt was only with difficulty that Campbell got his foot loose from the stirrup to being What might have been a nasty ac cident but which he turned to ac happened to Jim the 1912 Calgary In the bulldog ding His steer collided head on with near the judges with Massey hanging The on the fence caused the steer to Massey stayed with and put hlB animal In 39 which was second fast time for the TheybHlldogglng all through1 was the most exciting event of the Orvllle df licked a toughnecked critter and struggled with him for one 6 sec onds before making the Jim of Great wrestled with his for fully two riding Us head and taking all kinds of wild was compelled to give up Mike Hastings made his throw directly In front of the movie He turned over dir eetly on top for the pretties throw of the In the riding with saddles Slim Al en drew and as usual he Sucked directly across the pil ng Into Tence In front ot the Slim made a quick trans er to the toftrail of the fence and saved himself a Another pretty ride was made by Hutch aon of lor Mike Has HutcWspn a new Me s in the army and eecurW to attend the he rode for himself he picked a lemon and was Walt Whitney on Sky Hocket made a great He collided with the fence but stayed with the and was one of the boys to ride In the money for the The who would havf rtdden In the finals for the day were Dave Slim Slim Parker Tom Three Ray Knight and Johnny Mullens tied for first placein the steer roping With 10 Slim Allen was next with 14 Calling High In 15 seconds and Barney Owatkin in 18 Those who took part In the riding with the surcingle were Fred Charlie Neil Hlllburg and The teer riders were Charlie Steve Tom Three Miles Toe 8nag Bert Crane essayed o ride a bull with a but the bull separated himself from both rider and much to the amuse ment of the MRS OF THE SOILEVEHM IMPEDE 10 APPEAR ON The abrupt close to days pro ceedjngs interfered with several of the main but all the boys are hoping for good weather today to ride off the Among those who witnessed the stampede yesterday was Miss It is the first stampede she has ever and she thinks the boys take greater risks even than the The Rotary Club and the Commercial Travellers were also pre sent a The grandstand was well the crowdbeing estimated at about Having received an inheritance of about of which 01 is In cash andthe rest in gilt edgei GuMav 21 years enlisted as in the British army at the British and Canadian Recruiting iNew Do you know that the GRAHAM MOTOR can weld your broken auto and make them as strong as new ones Not only can they weld auto but all kinds of farm AN EXPERT IN CHARGE OP THIS LINE OF Manager You Will Enjoy Your Vacation if you Spend it at Waterton Lakes Canadas Beauty Spot MOUNTAIN CLIMBING Good Accommodation at ptr Day it tht HAZZARD HOTEL One ot the new at the air this year was the program put on by the Soldiers of the Soil ot Southern Alberta on Thursday At 10 a procession of farm teams hi ton ed to stock grain tanks and other farm vehicles and several saddle nil driven by boys the pennants and other sign decorations were evi dences sufficient to indicate to the spectators onr the street what all the excitement was The music rendered by the Lethbridge brass bahd did much to the attention of the crowds that thronged Fifth to this debut of Southern Albertas youiiR Enroute to 4 the fair grounds the procession stopped in front of the wlKsre took their plc Their entrance to the fair grounds attracted not a large but many who were Interested in knowing what the doing at farm Strange to yet characteristic of what thp move ment is only one of the boya present was country all the rest being city one all the way from a law office in of Warner was present to take charge of ant judge the first contest which called for the harnessing and hitching of i two horse team to a Five cpn testants entered and five tenma were lined up for the Letting well read the conditions of the contesl gave the word and the boys started The calm certainty with which they went to work Indicated that their Clt training was interfering In an way with their eTflatency for farm When the work was ami the judge stepped forward to award the all the boys were sitting In the seats of their lines in with teams alL almost In a state of readiness to drive The judge expressed his satisfaction with thework the hoys did and awarded the prizes as follows Van Haarfcnv of the LethbrMge got the first money of the Coaldale got Paul of the Experimental thirdT Archie McKenzle of Purple Allan of lecture on thehumanp method of harnessing and hitching horses was much appreciated by the hoys and many farmers who gathered denounced the method of tying tour horses together bit to bitwhile at work on tha farm as inhumane and said It be against the law With straps which he had with him for the oecaa Ion he demonstrated a conven ient method which would give a driv er absolute control of his horses ilitd yet give each horse perfect Ho said the the farmers best would only reach the acme of efficiency when allowed to do hia work as comfortably as Everett a local farmer waa In charge of and second con digging a posthole 2 feet deep and setting a He awarded the prizes as follows Paul Mat son Archie McKenzle Van Haarlem Allen The first two boys did the work In less than sis minutes Captain Porter staged contest rising supposedly at 5 a horse and riding once around the Alla Hamilton made a speedy getaway for first place witU Ernest Mercer following closety on his Archie McKenzle arrived In time to get third The pie eating cnitest was In charge of B WllKie The boys were each to eat a piece ot pie and on finishing The pies were Klrkbys and were relished by the Archie McKenzle the Win nipeg boy at Purple Springs havlna the largest larynx got his tucked away Allan Hamilton waa the second o look around tor more Paul Mat son who was acting oh from his physician to eat carefully finished some time later getting third These contests accomplished the purpose the movement Intehded they should in demonstrating to fanners of Southern Alberta the possi bility of teen age boya from the cities being ot real service to them as hired The contestants satisfied the judges that they could eat sleep well and work three outstanding essentials to success In the business ot Beveriy Movie Some Fine Pictures Thursday Events Though the weatherman was Lethbrldge and Southern Alberta promtoes to bC widely advertised as a result of Stamiiedo this week Moving pictures of lh stampede wil shortly go out over the Pantnges cir cult and win beshown in all parts of the United States and Mr Beverly tho man wh ook the I great Alnnkan pictures of the which are now on the Pantages circuit and making a great has been in the city all Aeek taking pictures of the I have some the host action pic I have Dobbs tcld the Herald on Friday afternoon Just after he had shot Mike Hastings turning over abig stncr in tho bnll dogglng contest not ten feet away from the On Wednesday Dobbs got the lumping from the horse tp the and yes terrtays portion of the film will com plete that day If the postponement Is However It at all possible the stam pede and aviation exhibitions will be wound up this Joe Peters With Weasel is in the city and wants to contest the roping and branding and that will be staged during the At big feature Of the afternoons pro gram is a presentation to Ray Knight by large riiimber of his friends in the event will be on the platform in front of the grand The races for the day were called off owing toJflie heavy Best Stampede He has taken the same palna to got he compllte action In each of the ifferont so ho expois to javo the beet stampede picture over urnod In addition ho shot MiO eet of tat ng the Indians the big chief H posiiK especially for From le Is going to the Knight Ranch at Raymond where he will take some real round up also soim sheep and thus round out one of tho Inest action pictures ever taken in Southern This isthe sec ond series I have taken in Canada this and they ire both said Dobbs is one ot tho best movie operators on the He has done a lot of studio his time but prefers the outeide acuort The movies now being taken will be exhibited In Lethbrldge this Dobbs says he cama to Lotlmridge stampede In preference to any knowing Ray Knights great reputa tion as a and he has not been POULTRY EX1I1 The poultry exhibit this year had a large showing ot very fine Among such a groat variety it la hard to single out those ot greatest perfection as each splen did points In Its own particular Sam of the local had a large exhibit and walked off with a great number of hav Ing a very beautiful brown leghorn among his George frache and Westbrook Brothers a fine also Spence Alan V Andrew Km Noil Jennings James Benton and Humphries and Young and irought In a groat compelj ng very successfully and liavlnp the nly specimens of geeseIn tho build ofSpring also had a largo Other ex libllors wero Gnorgc George R U I nosey I low Most of tho pigeons on display were sent In by Stanley of Alick of being the only other The ma jority of tho birds were owned by of On sent in about 500 fine of all sorts and willcarry away with him many prizes from tho He hae a great number of show birds his New York State Democrats In vention named Alfred pres ident of the New York city board ol as the party organizations choice for nomination as The vote for Smith was practic ally A matterpleee of the cigarmakers craft you smoked Noblemen cigar that it rich and thoroughly without being Made from a uniform Wend of tobacco stored and matured by natural processes for many l2j HOTEU AND AHi fOR f READY 10 FLY After management had an nnunced at U ocloclcy this morning that Miss Stlnspn wouiq this Manager Moore W McNIcdl conferred1 her at noon and announced tbat the afternoon lights would take place as advents and a hurryup call was sent ou for the band to advertise the taut Miss Stinson way very anxious t make the She is not anxiou io postpone owing tact tha must be in Red peer eaely nex However It la possible It uia be announced to the crowd a temoon hat the evening flight wl be postponed till Monday afttruoon There are a number of sta eyeuts which may be og major improvements in the present Grayport model once more place it in the forefront of light Numberless refinements add that smooth ness of sturdiness of that make this car heaping i The changes in the motor outdistance all recent lightcar With improved larger and the GrayDort motor reaches a hew record tot acceleration and economy for a car of this Our bodydesigners have paralleled the success of our engineers in the new The higher radiator gives a new and smarter sweep to the streamline Frenchpleated upholstery is another big car Numberless minor refinements give the finecar look of the pianofinish mahogany instru ment a special longlasting finish of wonderful From every standpoint of ap pearance and you should see and ride in the The fivepassenger touring car is the fivepassenger GrayDort finished and with extra details is 9125 more the threepassenger fleurdelys roadster is All prices are GRAYDORT CHATHAM ONTARIO UaitoJ SlatMi THE OORT MOTOR CAR MkhifM LOCAL DEALER ALLEN JACK LETHBRIDGE vttr ;