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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tlmrsda.v. June 26, 1913 rm: lej FTBRinGE bafly herald UOGING NEARLY COMPLETED WE � �� / agp-1 and 2, R. ti. Lea. fly I Herd, three get of oae bid!-1 and All Ihe JuclRinR al the lair was com- ( jleteri yestRTiliiy, wilh t.lic o:;r(�|>tion i or a rrw of (111! /lorac riuam's. Mr. Swinnerton, judge of (he riraiiglK, lior-I6s,-was aHUerl to wall until this morn-Idr 1o pass .liulsmenl nn thft Shire clasaos. so that .1. H. Ririo. the Mall jrath farmer, would ho able to gol his 1 sntries here. ; Tlin lonx Hat of winne.rR pivpn bn-.^nv 1b the result of yp.>il iTday'.s juds-mg: PERCHERONS Championsliip Perrherou Sfallion- II n In Roid, preson/ed by Wni, Oliver. -.1. C. Drewry, Cowley. Alta., "Jur-^uv." Stallion, ( years old or ovei-.-1, J. C. DTpwry. ("owley, ".Jureuv": L', Toaldale Horse A.ssociation,.,.. "Sur-Ciiuf." Stallion. Il years old-I, J, C. Orew-ry. "Pontlac." Stallion, 2 yearn old-I, 2 Hn and gold medal: J. C. Drewry's "Jureu.x"; 2, silver meda.l. .7. (,;. Drewry's "Xolan"; ". reserve ribbon, .). C, Drewry's "Pon-tlae." Host mare, any aso, owned by exhibitor.-1, $5 and gold medal. ,7. C. Orew-ry'a "Flossy"; 2, silver rai?dal. .1. C". Drewry'a "Bnipreto"; iteeerve 2-ibbon, J. C, Drewry's "Glorlanna." BtjBt three tnares. any age, owned hy exhibitor-1 $.i and gold medal. .1. C. Drewry with "Flossy," "Fimpreto" nnd "Glorlanna"; 2. sliver medal, .1. c, Drewry with "FriBBette," "Koselta" and "Qlenette." Champion 4t\id-stallion asfi fotir inare.s, o~n-ned hy exhibitor.-I, $10.00 and championship trophy of silver, ,1. C Drewr.v with ".lurenx" and "Flossy," Frisetto," ."RoSBtte" and "KiMpreto." Best five stallions, any age, owned hy e.vhlbltor.-), gold medal, .1. C, Drewry with ".Jureux," "T'ontiae," ".Volan." "Sylphant" and "AtHcarnot." The followlnfi premuims arr� offered by the Canadian Percheron Jlorse Breeders' Association: Champion Pornheron gtallikm, any age, open olas.s-I, silver ci0, value S.=>0, .r. C. Drewry with ".lureux"; 2, reserve ribbon, J. C. Drewry with "Nolan." Champion Pereheron marc, any ape, open class-I, silver cup. value $50, .T. C. Drewry with "Flossy": 2, reservg ribbon. .1. C. Drewry with "Kmpreto." Clhampion Canadian bied mare, any age-I, silver cup. value $aO. .1. C. DrewM-y with "C?forianna"; 2. reser>-e ribbon. .1. C. Drewry with "Oleiiette." My Corns Don't Hurt a Bit Tired, Smelly, Sweaty Feet, Corn*, Calluses and Bunions Cured by TIZ Bend at Once for Free Trial Package Say good-bye to yotir conns the very first time yon use TIK. You will never Iciiow you have a cprji^ bim,''?" Ins or aweaty, tii;ed. swollisii, achiuK feet any more. It'� just woivderful thi; -way the palu vanishes, fttib 'the corn- liamnier It with your fist if you \Vish- no inore pain after Tf^J. Dcwsu't thai; Bound good to you?' Doesn't; it? Then read this; "The corns on either  of my toes vi/ere as large as the tablets, you make to cure them. Today there }s no sign of corns on either foot arid no sope-nesB. It's an up--to-date Cjibdsend."- Sam A. Hoover, Pfogress,-C. Just use TIZ. It's not liUe anything else for the purpose, you pvsir heard of. It's the only foot remedy ever made �which acts on the principlei of drawing out all the poisouoiiH exud�l'.36ns whloh cause sore feel. Powders and other raraedies inerely' clog ilp Ihe pores. TIZ clean.s them out and Ikeeps them clean. (^1 works right off. You will feel better the very first time it's used. Use It a week and you twa forget you ever had sore feet. There are a good many counterfeits of T\?, now being made by manufachur^rs 'who think they can make a little money by fooling people once. Don't .falll a v'ictim. You'll have to get TIZ afterwards and they know it, and you might as well get it the first lime aiul save the money on counterleits.. 'KL/.'is for sale at all drug store..^. doparlment and general stores, at 30 cents rier bdx, or direct. If you wish. .Money back if T\7i doesn't do all wc say. I'^or a free trial pacltage write today to Walter XH. 9HROP8HIRES Ram, Z shear on- over-1, 3 and 3. T. A. Cox, Brantford, Ont. Ram, shearling-1 aud 2, T. A. Cox. Ram, lamb-i-1, 2 and a, T. A. Cox. Ewe, 2 shear or over-1 and 2, T. A. Cox. Kwe, shearling-1 and 2, T. A. Cox. Kwe, lamb-t and 2, T, A. Cox. Pen-Ram, any age; two ewos. shearling or over, and two ewp lambs, the property of one owner-i and 2, T. A. Cox. LEICESTERS Ram, 1 shear or over-1 and 2, T. A. Coi. Ram, shearling-I, T. A. Cox, Ram, lamb-I, T. A. Cox. Kwe, 2 shear or over-1, T. A. Cox. Kwe, shearling-1 and 2, T. A. Cox. Kwe, lamb-1 aud 2, T. A. Cox. Pen-Ram, any age: two ewes, Rhearllng or over, and two ewe lambs, the property of one owner-I, T. A. Cox. HAMPSH1REDOWN8 Ram, 2 shear or over-1, T, A. Cox. Ram, shearling-1, T. A. Cox, Ram, lamb-I, T. A. Cox, Kwe, 2 shear or over-I, T. A. Cox. Kwe, shearling-t and 2, T. A. (.'ox. Ewe, lamb-I and 2, T. .A. Cox. Pen.-Ram, any nge; two enes, shearling or over, and two ewe lambs, the property' of one owner-I, T. A. Cox. SOUTHDOWNS Ram, 2 shear or over--l, T. A. Cox. Ram, shearling-I and 2, T. A. Cox. \ Ewe lamb-L T. A. Cox. Pen-Ram, any age; two ewes, shearling or over, and two ewe lambs, the property of one owner-1 and 2. T. A. Oox. C0TSW0LD8 Ram, 2 shear or over-1, T. .A. Cox. Ram, shearling-1, T. X. Cox. Ram, lamb-1, T. A. Cox. Ewe, 2 shear or over-1 and 2. T. A. Cox. Ewe, shearling-) and 2. T. A. Cox. Ewe, lamb-J and 2, T. A. Cox. P-en-Ram, any age: tw'o ewes, shearling or over, and two ewe lambs, the property of one owner-1, T. A. Cox. OXFORDS Ram, 2 shear or over-1, W. H. Mortson, Fairlight, Saek. Ram, shearling--1, T. .-\. Cox. Ram, lamb-1, T. A. Cox; 2, W. H. .\1 ortBOn. Ewe, 2 ehear or over-1, T. A. Cox; 2, W. H. Mortaon. Ewe, shearling-1 and 2, T. A. Cox. Ewe, lamb-1 and 2, T. A. Cox. Pen-Ram, any age: two ewes, shearling or over, and two ewe lambs, the property of one owner-1, T. A. Cox; 2, W, H. Mortson. GRADES I Pair of. ewes, shearlings-1, T. A. i Cox. ; � Pair of ewds, lambs-1, T. A. Cox. { Pen-Pure bred ram, two ewes, shearling pr over, and two ewe iambs, the property of one owner-1, T. A. Cox. ANGORA GOATS Doe-1, T. Logan. City. BERKSHIRES Champion Berkshire boar of any age-Championship cup valued at $35 presented by Piche & Miron-T. A. Cox. .Boar, under I year-1 and 2, T. A. Cox. . . Sow, 2 years, and over-1 and 2, T, A. Cox. . ' ,', , , Sow, over i ..yejir aiid under 2-1 and 2,-T. A. Cpx.' . " , S-ow, under 1 year-1. T. A. Cox; 3, tUffen Bros., Thompson, Alta. Sow' with littor of not loss than live pigs under four months old-1 and 2, T, A. Cox. YORKSHIRES Boar, 2 years aud over-1, J. E. Bre-thour, Brantford, Ont.; 2, W. E. Tees, Lacoinbe, Alta. Boar, over 1 year and under '2-1, W. J. .Morslon: 2, W. E. Tees. Boar, under 1 year-1, W. J, Mortson; 2. W. E, Tees, Sow, 2 years and over-1, J. E. Brethour; 2, W. E. Tees. Sow, over 1 .vear and under 2-1, J. K. Brethour; 2. W. E. Tees. Sow, under 1 year-1, J. Brethour; 2, W. E. Tees. Sow with litter of not less than five pigs under four months old-1 and 2, W. J. Mortson. DUROC-JERSEY Boar, 2 years and over-1, C. F. Sindllnger, .Magrath. Boar, over 1 year and under 2-1, C, F, Sindiinger. Boar, under i year-1 and 2, C. F. Sindliuger. Sow, 2 years and over-1 and 2, C. F. Sindiinger. Sow, over .1 year and under 2-t and 2, C. F,. Sindiinger.' Sow, under 1 year-1 and 2, C. F. Sindiinger. TAMWORTHS Roar, 2 years and over-1, W. J. Mortson. Boar, under I year-1, W. J. ilot-t son; 2, I. Hambly, Lethbridge. Sow, 2 years and over-1, W. H. Morston. Sow, over 1 year and under 2-1, W. H. JlortEon; 2, I. Hambly. Sow, under 1 year-1 and "2, W. H. Mortson. BACON HOGS Best pen of three pure bred hogs most suitable for the bacon trade-1, \Y. E.Tees; 2, J. EV Brethour. Grade or cross bred hogs-1, W: E. Tees; 2, W. J. Mortson. HAMPSHIREDOWNS Boar, 2 years and over-1, R. R. Lea, Coaldale, Alta. Boar, tinder 1 year-1 and 3, R. R. Lea. Sow, 3 years and ovei-J, R, R, Ivea. Snv,-,, under 1 year-1 and 3, R. R, Lea, VISIT THE Herbert A. Kline Shows THE GREATEST AGGREGATION OF ENTERTAINING AND EDUCATIONAL PERFORMANCES TRAVELLING THE CONTINENT INCLUDING:- California Frank's \\iU\ West Show Jollie Trixie Weighs (>So Founds Sibley's Intornatioiial I^dy .Swimmers �"55/^ Fay And Her Human Horse "Arabia" ' Harry Luken's Trained Wild Animals Dy-O-La The Serpentine Dancer \/, 1 SENSATIONAL | The Motordrome Five Dare-Dcvil Riders Prof. Ruhl's lYained Flea Circus - , ' Baba Delgarian's Beautiful Orient Sibley's Superb Show A Collection of Curiosities Princess Victoria The Midget Melba Omar SamVs 'V^'onders of the World FREE ACTS Between the races and during the evening in front of the Grand Stand THE FAMOUS FLYING BICKETT THE DIVINC HORSE RECKLESS VAN NORMAN LUZ ORTEZ, WIRE WALKER RAMONA ORTEZ, JUGGLER THE UP-81DE-D0WN ZERELDAS At The Midway Of THE EXHIBITION GROUNDS TAKE THE STREET CAR Sow with litter of not leas than five -t, R. R. Lea. LADIES' WORK Pin cushion, point-1, .Mrs. A. J. Donaldson. Pin cushion, crash crochet-1, .Mrs. W. Perrin; 2, ."drs. Bentley. Photo frams-I, .Mrs. J, L. Manwar-ing; 2, Mrs. Bentley. Handkerchief and tie case-1, Mrs. C. D. Allen. Lady's blouse--!, Mrs. C. D. Allen; 2, Mrs. D. A. Smith, Lady's Irish crochet blouse-1, Mrs. �Perrin. DarninR on net-1, Mrs. \V. Sherd; 2, Jlifls Westbrook. Point hand lace-1, JTiss J. Cord-ingley; 2, Miss E. Westbrook. Teueriefte lace-1. Mrs. Peirin. Honiton and i:)uchess lace-1, Miss J. Cordlngley: 2, Miss K. Westbrook. Battenberg lace-1. Miss E. Westbrook; 2, -VlisB .). Cordlngley. Macrame lace-^1. Miss J. Cordlngley: 3, Mrs. amy the. Irish crochet lace-1, .Mrs. Smythe; 2, .Mrs. T. O. .Mann. Are you one of those to vhom every meal is another source of suffering ? Na-Dru-G> Dyspepsia Tableta *iH help your disordered stomach to digest any reasonable meats, and will soon restore it to such perfect condition that you'll never feel that you have a stomach. Take one after each meal. 50c, a Box at your Druggist's. Made by the National Otug and Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited. iso Fancy knitting in cotioa-1, Mrs. A. Bricker. .Maltese lace-1, Mrs. P. Crow. Tatting-1, Miss Cordlngley; 2, Mrs. W. S. Sherd. CrooUet counterpane-1, Mrs. G. McCurdy. Knitted counterpane-1, Miss Cord-ingley: 2, Mrs. A. Bricker. Patch-work quilt-1, Mrs. Perrin; 2, Mrs. Bricker. Quilt, silk-I, Miss G. McCurdy. Qutlt, Bilk, any other kind-1, .Mrs. T. 0. Jlann. Sofa, crochet, wool-J, Mrs. Ross. Crochet, shawl or jacket-1, Mrs. A. Bricker. Knitted shawl or Jacket-I, Mrs. Smythe; 2, Mrs. A. Bricker. IQiitted baby's Jacket-1, Mrs. Smythe. Netting-1, Mrs. Smythe; 2, Mrs. Bricker. Handbag, crochet-1, Mrs. Boulton; 2, JlTs. Donaldson. Crochet work-1, Mrs. Donaldson. Cotton crochet work-a, JBrs. Smythe; 2, Mrs. Perrin. Crochet work, silk-1, -Mrs. Donaldson; 2, Miss Westbrook. Crochet work, wool-1, Mvs. Smythe. ' Seed work-1, Mrs. A. C. Saunders. Crochet table mats-t, Miss Cordlngley; 2, Mrs. Ross. Crochet, baby's jacket-1, Mrs. Donaldson; 2, .Mrs. Perrin. Baby's booties, crochet-1, Mrs. Smythe; 2, Convent. Baby's bonnet, silk-1, Mrs. Bricker; 2. Mrs. Perrin. Baby's bonnet, lace-1, Miss Cori-ingley. Child's knitted skirt-1, Mrs. Hol-bertBon; 2, Miss Cordingley. Tea cosy, wool-1, Mary .L Cameron. Lady's slippers-1, Conveni; 2, Miss Cordingley. Lady's apron-I, Mrs. W. P. Roy; 2, Mrs, .J. B. Reuter. Ladies' underwear-1, Mrs. S. H. Webb. Men's cotton shirt-1, Miss J. Cordingley; 2, Mrs. Perrin. Button holes-1, Mrs. Perrin. Plain hemming-1, Miss J, Cordingley: 2, Convent. Darning-1, Miss J. Cordingley; 2, Convent. Darning on linen-1, Mlsg J. Cordingley. kna1>pek Knappen, .lune 2-1.-On Saturday this district had a heavy rain storm, wetting the ground to considerable depth. Crops are looking good and promise a large yield. The local members of the U. F. A. held an enthusiastic meeting Friday evening. A resolution was passed to celebrate Dominion Day. The necessary cash was at once raised to Insure good prizes for a bucking contest and horse races. .A large number of other sports was also decided on. The arrangement committee have decl-ded on grounds ou John Russel's land near the Hunt School house. One feature of the sports will be a ball game by THE NEAL Treatment for the llijuor habit especially appeals to business men because it saves time. The Neal Treatment is an internal remedy pleasant to take, quick and mild in its action, effective and thorough in its work of elimination, neutralizing the effect and eradicating every trace of alcoholic poison from the system. The Neal Treatment strengthens both mind and body, and leaves brain clear, nerves steady, the eyes bright and at the end of three days the patient can return to his business occupation or business again master of himself. The Neal Treatment for the Drug the league team of 1-12 and the [Habit is as effective as the Treatment for the Liquor Habit. Ask for "A Little .Tourney to the Neal Institutes" by Elbert Hubbar'd. NEAL INSTITUTE 820 Thirteenth Avenue West, Calgary Phone W4526 Cribs of 1-11. Arrangements have been made for a good speaker ajid the committee say that no stone will be left uuturned to insure a good time to all who wish to attend. :Mr. M. F. Jones went to IjCthbridge on bnsinesE on Monday, Wni. Gordon is in charge of Mr. Jones' ranch during his absence, A. J. Knappen went to Coutts to meet hl.s daughter Mabel on her return from Lethbridge on .Monday. CITY LOST A GOOD MAN Minneapolis, June 25.-Charles F. Poehler Is dead at bis home, .3114 James avenue South, after a short 111. nesB. He had been an active roan in business affairs and a member of the Chamber of Commerce. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER. C.V.O^ L L. D, D.C.U Preildent AJLEXANDER LAIRD. General Manager JOHN AIRD. Asii't General Ma^afleS' V. C. BROWN, Superintendent of Central Weatem Brandies CAPITAL PAID UP. SIS^QOOITTmE FyND, $12,500,000 TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce enable the traveller to provide himself with funds without delay at each point of his journey in a convenient yet inexpensive manner. They are issued payable in every country in the world in denominations of $10, $20, $50, $100, $200 with the exact equivalent in the moneys of the principal countries stated on the face of each cheque. They are economical, absolutely safe, -self-identifying-and easily negotiated. W. 3 Lethbridge Branch - - C. G. K. Nourse, Mgr^ ;