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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta II Thursday, Juiic 2fir_lfH3_ rim DAILY HERALD ami .2, H. .11. Herd, three of ouu and 'All Iho judging al tho fair corn- >lotert yesterday, with UIR exception if n frn1 of tJio horse classes. Mr., Btt'limcrUm, Judge oi Ihe draught Imr- aakcd to >vnlt until morn-1 inp lo lines jiiUffntom on tho Shfrc (hssci, so that J. n. Rlrlc. the Ma- farmer, would ho able in his intrlos herfi, Tho IOIIB Hat of winners Riven hn- (6 the rcjuf'.t of yoKtfTiiRy'A JudR- mgi PERCHERONS ChMupIonalilp In Rolrt, presented by Oliver. C. Drewry, Cowlcy, Alia., "Jnr- IDV." Stallion. 1 years old or f. Drewry, ".Im'fiiiv'.'; 2, i'oaldnle Horse Association... "Sur- rnnf." Stallion. 3 years J. C. Drew- ry. 'Tonllac." Sinlllon. yearK 2 :iml 3. ,1. p. Drcuvi y "Sylplia nnl "Miciirnoi." FilJy. ypurs and 2. C. Ore wry with "Wupieto" and "JlOB' Filly, and 2. J. C. urew- Ty with "tilorlnnim" nnd "GleiinUi and 2, J. C. Dreary, tvlth "Flossy" uiul "yriBECtto." The following nremiiiTUB arc offerer! by tho JVrchcron Soclvty of America: Champion stallion, any ow by and goij met 7. C. Drcwry's F" J. C. Drnwry's terve rlblion, J. C. Dreary's "Pon tine." ftefi any JIRG, owned ex hlbiior.--', and gold medal, .1. C Drewry's Z, silver rntjcJftl, J C. Drewry'R 3. reserve rfbhon. J. C, Drcwry's "Olorianna." Most lliroo mares, nny nge, ownm hy oxMUitor-T-1 ?5 and gold medal, J C. Urewry with pr.rl 2, silver medvil. .1. C Die wry with "Itosotta Clmmplon atml-sUlHon fou owned hy HO.O nnd championship trophy of allvor, C. Dretvry wUh "Jumix'' ami "Flossy. Fri.iette." "ICrnnreL Slest five stallions, ;iny app. owned liy gold mcdnl, J. C. 13rcwi-y with 'Mureux." "Bylphanl" find "MMicnniot." Tlio folio wins arti offered hy Iho Canadian Porcheron TUroiIerR' AsuociHtion: Champion Purcheron st nil Eon. any nto, opt'ii allvflr S50. J. O- Drowr.v with 2, reserve ribbon, J. C. Urn wry witb "No- lan." Champion Pcrchcron mftre, nny BRC. open silver CLIJI, value ,t CVDiewry with 2, rescrvo i-Llihoii. J. C. Dron-ry with "Kmnrelo." Canadian msi'e, any silver CHU. value KA J. C. Tlrowry with 2. reserve ribbon, J. C, Urcwry with CARRIAGE CLASS Bullion, f yean old or W. .'alt. l.olhbridge. Elroud with foal at I, W. Volt; 2. Rlou-art Ranch. ClarcstaDlm. Foal of Stewart Ranch; 2 Watt. or fllly, 2 years I. Umbly, l.p.llibi idfin. Dry R. Blylh; 2, Stewart Unch. HEAVY DRAFT GRADE Krouil mare with foal at side--l, K, Maxwell, l.cthbridge; 2, 1. J Iambi y >lhhi Jdgp, Filly or Kftlilinjs. t years old, hftltoi Stewart XV. G, .ennard. Dry and 2, Western Trans- cr Co., LotJibridKP. GENERAL PURPOSE CLASS Best fanners' double shown :n .TrnvclleL-'a toilet scH in Ifailmr] pvpjiented hy P. lUgin (-0., Stewart Hanch; 2, 1. H. O'RcUly. ni'ooil mam with foal ai aide O. Keer, Lothbrtdgo; 2, A. Slnd igftv, Magrath. FfHy or 3 years old, ha 1, U. O. Keev, Lethbrldgo; U. 3. C'rcit, 1-eihbrldRp. Killy or gelding 1 ypar old, halter oke--l. 0, S. CreRt; t, p. 3. Coyne Lethbridge. foal of JS12--1, 0. Kerr; 2. SHORTHOHNS Clminidon bull- -1, F. I.yjU! Strome, Alia. Bull, :i C. I', l.yall; 2, S. MclA-an, HtoTtlev. Alia. Uull. -J C. F. l-yall; 2, a. McUan. Bull, t l, C. F. l.yall; 2. K, McLean. Bull and K. S. JloLean. Cow with calt ai C. F L.vall. Heifer, 2 C. F. Lyall; 2 E. Meifer, 3." C. F. 1-j'A Heifer and 2, F. -Lynll. Herd, bull anU three C F. Herd, three Ret of one bull, an C. F. Hi e5. McLeaj HDLSTEINS liuil, three yclirs or G. H VValson, Ixithhridge; 2, Crossley Bro My Corns Don't lurt a Bit Tlrad, Smelly, Sweaty Feet, Cornt, Catlusce and Bunions Cured by TIZ Send at Once for Free Trial Package im, 2 oi 2 and 3, A. Coi, Uraatford, Oct. Ram, and 2, T, A, Cox, Ham, InmbMj 2 and 3, T. A. Cox. Ewe, 2 shear or and 2, 1'. Cox. Bwo, and 2, T. A. Cox. JBwft, and 2, T, A. Cox, any age; two esvfli. learltnp or over, nnd ewe Zimhs, e [rroperiy of one and 2, A. Cox. LEICESTERS nam, I hhe.ir or and 2, T. Coi. Ham, T. A. Coi, Ham. T. A. Cor. Ewe, 2 Bliear T. A. Cox. linrd, initl nifi iliree fpmalefi, an. age or W. T. P.issey. llenl. three RPt of one V I'. HEREFORDS Clmmplon S. Do- nlc JC- Sone, Alia. Hull, y years or S. Downie Bnll, 2 S. Downie. llnll, 1 S. Downle; 2, Johi Co.Tldale. .John 2. S Cow, with call at" and 2, Downlci .lohn DavidRon. [Jeifer, 2 ami S. Wowr IlcLTor, 1 2, S. Down Heitor J. Davidson; 2, S DoivnEo, Herd, bull and thrte an 2, S. Downie. Herrt. three, of one 7 Davidson; 2 5. DowrtW. ABERDEEN ANGUS Champion bull, nny R. n Yearling and 2, El. R. I Hull 1. n. R. Cow with cMr at and 1, R U. Hefter. 2 ant) l', K. 1, lliMfcv nnd 2. fl. rt. Lea. Herd, bull and Unec r Trme (5S5 Pounds 'Essie Fay Iliiiniiii Horse "Arabia" Dy-O-La The Serpentine ISENSA TiON A L j Bwp. fheHv or T. 11. and 2. T. A. Cox. Ewe, and 2. T, A. Cox. finy age: two ewes, icarling or and I wo ewe lambs, I his proptiiy of one T, .-V.' ox; H. Mortson. GRADES I Pair of. ewbs, T. A, Jox. ot T. A. Cox. j Pen bred ram, two i ea.rling or over, and iwo ewo 1nmhs, j he properly of one i, T. A.' ANGOHA GOATS T. Logan, City. i EERKS'HIRES Champion Berkshire boar of any cup valuert at J35 reierued.by Piche fc A. Jov. ;Boar, L and 2, T. A. .-SoV; i years, and" bver--l and 2, T. over I, ycp'r' a.nd under nd A. "Cox.1" Sow, nndor.L T. A. Cox; 3, Jiffen Hros., Thompson, AUa, with littii- .ot not IPES ihan five pigs .under four months md T, A. Cox. YORKSHIRES Hoar, 2 aod J, E. Bre- .honr, Branilord, Oni.: 2, W. E: Tees, Laconthc, ,Alta. Roar, over l year nnd under J. Mprslon: 2, W. E. Tees. Doar, under J I, J. Mort- ron; 2. W. E. Tees. Sow, 2 years and J. E- Drelhour; 2, W. E. Tecs. Sow, over 1 anrl under J. B. Brethour; 2. W, K. Tees. Sow. under 1- 0- Kl llre- thonr; 2, K. Tees. low with Utter of not than five E undoj1 four months old- -i and 2. J- ilorison, "bUROC-JERSEY [Jour, 2 yeirs anil O. K, ndllnftp.r, Alegrath. Roar, over I year and under C. P. Khiriiinger. Hoar, under 1 yenr-H and 2, C. F. Stndlfnger. Sow, years niwl and ii. C. K. Slnrtlhiger. Sow, over J yrar nnd under anrt 2, C. F., Slndlinger: Sow, under 1 and C. K. Sindllnger. TAMWORTHS Roar, '2 years aud W, J. Mortson. Hoar, under l W. J. ilort- BOU: 2, I. Hambly, 9onp, 2 years and W, H. Momon. Sow, over T year and under W. (1. Morlton; 2, I. flambly. Sow, under L and -t W. H. Mortson. BACON HOGS Best pr-n of" three [inre. bred hoga meet suitable for (he baron E. Tees; 2, J. FX Bret hour. Grade or 'cross bred W: E. Tees; 2, W. J, Mortson. HAMPSHIREDOWNS Boar, 2 j-rars and R. R. Conlclale, Alia. Honr, under L and R. R- Sow, 'J years and R. Son, under l and 2, n. H. The Motordrome Five Dare-Devil Riders Baba Delgarian's Beautiful Orient Princess Victoria Tile Midget Mclba Prof. RuhVs Trained Circus Sibley's Superb Show A Collection of Curiosities Omar Sanii's us of the World FREE ACTS Between the races and during the evening in front of the Grand Stand THE FAMOUS FLYING B1CKETT THE DIVINC HORSE RECKLESS VAN NORMAN LUZ QRTCZ, WIRE WALKER RAMONA ORTEZ, JUGGLER THE UP-SIDE-DOWN 2ERELDAS At The Midway Of THE EXHIBITION GROUNDS TAKE THE STREET CAR Sow with litter of not leas than five 1, R.' R. Lea. LADIES' WORK Ptn oufliion, Mrs. A. J. UonnliUon. cushion, craeli Mrs. Pcrrin; 2, Mrs, Beniloy, Photo Mrs. J. Maawar- Ing; Jlrp, Rctitley. HanilXerrhief and He Mrs." C. D. Alien. Ljidy's Mvs. C. Allen; 2, Mrs. D. A. Sintlti. (Atty'a frish crochet Mrs. Perrin. Uarcing on Mrs. Sherd; 2, Miss Weetbrook. Point band Jtiss J. Cord- ingley; t, Mfss E. Teueriefle Mrs. Heirin. Honiton and Duchess Miai J. Cordlnsley: Miss E. VVestbrook. Battenherfi K. brook: _, .Uifs Corditrgley. Macranie Miss J. Cord ing- ley: 2, .Mrs. Smythe. Irish rrofhet Mrs, Smythe; 2, Mrs. T. O. Maim, Are. you one of these to vhom eyery .meat It another of suffering DyspepuaTablett viH help your dfsarderftd stomach to digest any reasonabla meafa, will icon- restore it lo such perfect con- dfttan thflt ycu'Il never thit you liive a stomach. Take one after each meal. 50c. a Box at your Druggist's. Made by the National Drug and Chemical Co, of Canada, Fancy Quitting in MTB. A. ttricker. Maltese Mrs. P. Crow. Miss Cordlngley; 2, Mrs. W. S. Sherd. Crochet Mrs. G. Knitted Miss Cord- rig ley; 2, Mrs. A. Brlcker. Patchwork MIB. Perrin; 2, .Irs. Brlcker. QnlH, Miss G. Me Curdy. Qiillt, Bilk, any other 31rs. T. O. Mann. Sofa, crochet, Crochet, abaivl or Mrs. A. Brlcker. Knitted shawl or Mrs. Smythe; Mrp. A. Bricker. ICniUed baby's Mrs. Bmytbe. Mrs. Smythe; 2, Mrs. BrJcker. InndoiR, .Mrs. lioullon; 2, Donaldton. Cvoche'l Mrs. Uooaldson. Co lion crocbec MV9. Siriyibe; Perrin. Crochet work, Mrs. Don- aldeon; L', Mtsi CrocheL work, Mv.s, Smy- SeeJ Mrs. A. C. Crochet inble Misi Cord' ingley; .Mrs. Hoes. j Crochet, baby's Mrs. Don- 2, Mrs. Perrln. I Baby's booties, Mrs. Smythe; 2, Convent. Baby's bonnet, Mrs. Brick- er; 2. Mrs. Perrln. Baby's bonnet, Miss Cord- Cblld's knitted Mrs. Hoi- 2, Xflss Cordirgley. Tea cosy, Mary J. Camer- on. Lady's Consent; 2, .Miss Conltnyley, J.ndy's Mrs. W. P. Roy; 2, MTB. .1. B. Ladies' Mrs. S. H. WobK Men's cotton Miss J. Cord- Button Mrs. Perrln. Plain Miss J. Cord- Jnglej-; 2, Convent. J. Cordlngley; Convent. Darning on Mias J. Cord- naitpcn, June Saturday ;hls district had a heavy rain storm, ivcttiiig the groiuid to conaldemble depth. Crops are looking youd and romise a largo yield. The local members of tho U. K. A. held an enthusiastic incut ing Friday vcHI us. A rosolution waa to olnliraic Dominion Day. The ueccs- sary cnsli WHS at once to in- sure gooti for a bucking contest and horac races. A largp number of other WRB also decided on. The arrangement committee have decided on grounds on John Russors land nefir the Hunt School Tiouec. One fcatttro of the' sports will be :i halt game by the leaguo team of I--12 anil the Cubs of Arrangements hdve been made for a good ajid the comnitnoe say that no stone will he left unturned to Ins tiro n good time to all who to attend. Mr. M. F. Jones went to hethbri on business CD Monday. U'ni. (lOi-doit la fn clmrRe of Jones' j-Buch during his absence. A. .1. Knappcn went to CoutlR lo meel Jils dHUpliter JJabeJ on lior re mm from Leihbriilgc on Monday. NEAL Treattneut for Ihe hfihit espec- ially Rppeals lo bnaineas men because U saves time. The NTeal Treatment is an internal rnmcdy pleasant to take, tiuiclr and milri in its action, and thorough in KB work of ellmlna- tion, the effect and erAil- i cot ing every trace of alcoholic poison from the syatctn. The iVeal Treac- mcitt sttongtheiiB both mind nnd body, anri brain clear, nerves steady, the eyes hrlght nnd at tho end oC three days the imiient can return to his bushier occupation or butlnesg tigain of hlmaeli. The N'eal Treatment for tho Drug Hflhit Is ns effective as the Treatment Tor the Uqnor Habit. Ask for "A LittJe Journey to the Neal by Elhert Hubbsr'd. NEAL INSTITUTE 820 Avonue Weit, Calgary Phone W4525 CITY LOST A GOOD MAN MinaenpollB, Jitne Puthler IB dead M WR boroo, 31 yt James Avenue 3outh, a short 111- He had been an actira man In bcBiness affairs and R member of the Chamber of Commerce, THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE STR EDMUND. O.C.L., A1EXAMDKR LAIRn. Onernl M.n.jtr JOHN AIRD. A.n'l V. C. BROWN, Suixrinlcndcnt of Cenlril Weitern Br.ncho CAPITAL PAID UP, SiS.MQ.OOO RESERVE FUHP, TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce enable the traveller fo provide himself with funds without delay at each point of his journey in a convenient yet inexpensive manner. They are {ssned payable in every country in Ihe world in denominations of S20, S100, S20O the exsict equivalent in the moneys of the principal countries stated on the face of each r.'icqnp. Tlicy are economical, absolutely safe, Ulenlifyintf anil easily negotiated. W.3 Lethbridge Branch C, G, K, Nourse; ;