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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta -Tune 27, THE LETHBRIDGE. 5" Page 7 Dominion Day, Monday, July 1st At Exhibition Grounds, Lethbridge Liberal Prizes for All Events Racing starts at two o'clock 1.' Free 1% all trot or pace. 2. I-'1'0' 3..Eids' IJace 14 hands and 4. 3 Mile Automobile' fiace 5; Pace for horses thai iuurc never won public money. ;Meet-opoji to all horses. Xo out- 25c 0. Cientlcmen'N Driving- Race, (Mill it .considered by committee 7. '-Ji'ree (or all run. 8. Mule Race 0. Novelty race, walk a 1-4; trot a 1-4, and run a 1-4. 10. Ladies' Driving- race, 14 Bucking: Contest side .horses barred. GRAND STAND FREE Slayorllatcli and S. McCarthy, Judges. SMITH AND JENNINGS, Managers CRUGIAtf SOCCER GAME JNT PASS Ilillcresti; large iiumbec of foptJjair enthusiasts are going iBifnn'is'Hliis evening to .'scfi .the game'batjvceu Burmis ami Blak- jnorc. -TJiey: arc .all, feeling anxtoua aa to IheWfeuit, thougli .they all team to win they Ii6p'c liiati prove to ho the lietter: 'For1 witli Blairmore los- ing to :BtirnVisr the ftirmer tsfim and will staml.'even in the lea- gue, -Blafrmore how -having the same itumher. l-Iillcrcst and less, A vie- ftory 'for also pui) that loam in 'the running -and would' make Hid forthcoming games-in the league far more'interesting'that would ue the case "should: oiir Blairmore friends live1 iip 'tp-their present record in the league1'. Tlie Hillcrest. Foqiball, sent the following IcUer to-.the Snc- ictary of the Coleman -Football Club together with a "Mpucy Order ,'Eor refjucsfciug him to .deliver hotli to the parly named. Win. Jenkins, Coleman, Alta., The Hillcrest Foothall -Club luvb asked nic to forward to .club secretary at Coieman n small amount collected From theVspectators pf. ths game played at on Monday last between Bellevus-ami The members of the :club trust that you will soon rccover; complBtely from- the effects of late accident., and hope that; the small amount above re- ferred to ,oL.service to you during rour enforced-holiday. Yours Club Secretary. Horse ittl Street South Waddington Pott fliiiiiounoe that they, have :mctcle iir- with L. Bomiell to bold -AveeJviy- Sales .of Stock, implements, etc. at his livery Alexandra Hotel. The 'first sale will he t NEXT for which the followiaig en-. tries have been. .received. paddle gelding, 1200 Ibs. Pony.V iir- t'oal S years, "Iloah saddle years, Heavy expresswa'gon" Light, express wagon Good buggy Sets of harness Stock saddle etc, .are -invited and can be receivedv up-to time of may ;bel sent''to the office of'the Aucfcidneer. St. SOUTH PHONES It will be remembered that" .Jenkins ivas injured when playing on the Coleman team al Hillcresl some ovor-reaclung hijiiself ami falling ou his ann, breaking it places. We understand that the am. is improving rapidlv and that our friend will soon he on the field once again. Local Football Player Was Nearly Drowned SALE Household Furniture and Fancy Goods At B15-3rd-Ave. South, St.) next door tq MIES Store, on JUNE 29TH L 2 p. m. iharp, By WILSON, Favored with from Miises Phllllpi, I will sell the foi- 1-Biiffet 2 betjs, springs mattresses 2 wash stands G diners 1 ettsel 1 ice cream freezer- Linoleum oil stove 1 carpet aqunro Including children's dresses, rompers, night gownfc, suits, Hweat- wool, Indies fancy collars, embroidered silks, stamped' goods and many other articles generally kept in a stock of fancy must be sold, as these ladles are going out of business. .-vAlso 1 nickla, plated show case, about 8 feet lonij; 2 paper racks "TERMS CASH L.'wnLSON, AUCTIONEER; PHONE 1023 ''A.'-.-KAv Linning, the popular youiig forwari of the Callies football team, nearlj t his life on Monday night last ai Henderson lake while enjoying' i swim there about eight o'clock. Ii -seems that ithe player in companj with a few of his 'nm'tes was cooling off in tlie He had been s'wim ming for sometime and while in'tht water was seized with cramps; He had down twice and was jusi about all in when ft is >mates no'ticet his struggles and speedily went to his aid, bringing him ashore. He recovered speedily and was able to walk home. The clever ed with his team against the; Sons las'fc "night and put up a useful'game although feeling a little out of sorts as a result of his experience in the water the night previous, Army Howard Was Dismissed Army Howard JJ London, June Canadian Olympic team is training hard ;at tlie The uegro athlete, J, A. of Winnipeg, has 'beeiT'dis missed from the team on tht; charge of insubordination Critics heie luul ted hiin to the ;00 metres sprint at Stockholm. The Canadian team leaves London on Saturday RED DQOIN HAS NEW IDEAS. IN. GIVE BANQUET TOMR.M'BRIDE GOVERNORS OF DRY-FARMIN CONGRESS'WILL HONOR THE B.C. PREMIER i Sir Richard McUridc, Premier o British Columbia, who will open Hi Calgary Industrial Kximsiti .Saturday, will be. tbe honor truest o itlie Uoard or Control of tins Farming Congress a( .the Albert; Cilub, Calgary, on .Saturday evening at nine o'clock, when many matter! ot interest to the western province: from the standpoint of agriOullLn will he .discussed. Among the guests .at the fimctini will lie, Hon. Premier Sifton, llou Duncan Marshall, J. S. Dennis, Supt, A. Price'of the C'.IML, Thos. llcen- cy, General Freight Agent llalsteail Mayor .J. W." Mitchell, Calgary, A. E. Hags, president Calgary Hoard ol Trade, Geo. Harcourr, cliairman ol the International Board of Gover- nors of the Congress, Major M.P.P., Provincial Secretary McLean Senator De Vebcr, .Senator Lougheed W.-A.-Buchanan, "M. I'., R. B. Ben- ictt, M.P., Major Gricsbach, Edition- ton.-.W. >1, Tregillus, president of the U. F. A'.. I-I. Falrfield, F. S. Jac- obs. .President Van Wart, of the Cal- ;ary.Exhibition, and Secretary B_. L. Richardson, P. I-.. Naismith, and >robably I "on. R. Motlterwell, tlinistcr of Agriculture, Saskatche- wan. All the members of the local ex- ecutive of the Roan' of Control ot the congress will also go to Calgary o attend tlie dinner. Those going vill be Fred Wi Downer, chairman, R I inning A V Gibbons r Geo. M. Hatch, II. ,1. oode.-.J. W. McNicol, and Secretary Jolm T. Burns, Before the dinner a conference will ie held between Mavor Hatch, Presi- [ent Cunningham, of the .Board of Trade and John 1 Burns and "Via) or Iitchell of Calgan and President L Dagg of tlie Cala-m Board 01 Trade when co-operation of the two cities be the matter inder discussiq.n, Secretary Burns will, leave for Ca gan tomorrow mouiwg to conL with Oreo.- Harcburt 'and ..I. 3. .De nis on relating to transpo tation rates for the congress jCbol as a Cucumber .SPECIAL Clear as Crystal TONIGHT SCOOP OP.THE 99 The.Blue, Riband oMlie .Turf: ,DON'T MISS THIS ONE. AT THE THRESHOLD OF LIFE Thrill- Ing and Intense situations A smash- Ing big climax CTJWD'S AFFETJK A that !a.pleasing, acceptable and delightfully en- o to date and "clean- cut 1'lln." SEE THE THRILLING FIRE SCENE, and tho smart turn-out by the Brigade" II Is worth your while The picture Itself is "great" but tho musical elfects furnished by Messrs. 'Booth and Shtsnvoqd, will make you "clinjr-to your with excite- ment. 'TIS AN ILL WIND THAT BLOWS NO GOOD: CT' (If ho only long enough) Wh" THE jyi His Ne country and Eu- cullnd, only other ihbwhij'u GLITTERING CTDCCT MODERN. 'KALEIDESCOPIC I nCC I WlLL LEAVE THE GROUNDS A Mlla In Longth and brllHsnt In splendor- This shcuM ba uan th showU soon or net. Immediately aftar tho ri ot 6.30 p, m. is to bo LETHBRIDGE Wednesday, July 3rd ;