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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Pally Herald. Saturday, October Cardston Fair Bigger And Better Tnan Ever This Year (Continued from frost M. Wbolf had ivro Ayrshire cows re- cently purchased from Rob I. Ness, of Quebec.-. H. Oakiv exhibited a 11 i." ind im- Twelve Societies Will Take Part in the Parade The committee appeal to tke citizens to give tkis movement tkeir Keartiest support Your be ready for Friday.- the Quick Print Block, -Dufferin Street, be- good Shorthorns prixe'taking bull from ported-stock-owned, Charles Uroad- irent was specially commended by the judge'. year old and year- ling-classes-were both headed grown on .his irrigated farm. J. B, Ririe had some good first prize vege- tables. and J. P. Low also had some good ,one. The potatoes seem to do as well iii- a dry season as at any other time, judging from the speci- mens shown that were Krown dry lanti. The grain exhibit- .was also a little smaller than usual. J. 11. Pane had the best or five varieties two of wheat, two of oats and ont' of The grasses, both wild ar.d vatcd, .were well represented. inches'Iocs- One of .the most inter- esting exhibits in.the hall was the varieties of wild grasses cbiieated. around 'Cards- tba.by Another in- a hunch of Rus- sian suitable for breaifs. .specimen, sriow'n' was eleven, inches long'and all grew' on. dry ,lamL' -VYbjBcn's The -women -had '.their usual, good exhibits of- evervthing that good the: w! PnE at. .there o. i J. A. Hammer took prizes on Al- berta Red and Preston spring wheat., and Leavitt Bros, won prices on 'some other varieties. eulti-j' The i prize taking bunch of .timothv exhi- ?.classes.were both neaded utn- bv A. Perrv was especially no- is owned by J. B. Ririe. of Ma- ticeablJ, ihe heads being four Haosen had a_ very good .Short- horn1 cow .and heifer, both of which" .took first, priy-es. The cow was Lrpd rin Ontario, rand took first at Regina, and at other places, and Lurec first -Cardstoa, being entered in ihi-ee- classcs. Swine exhibit o? swine was belief ordinary, -ruanY Of the-hogs ing pure. bred. H. Williams had a. good. which took first. I-t cieajved up IDF-won a prfwwiih his'Du'rock IS' v hats that S IS- and J' P I bad a 4e !WOHld" of some Isrkshfre mUlitfers. -gatek peek- j B RiS iSI fo r nis nf cushion covers. %he JriE as also hstvig n0 opponents. QUm Extra Good Poultry .j Did Well.. poultry show was extra Tjfie" ;ciiildrcn- -evidently prepared there tfemg entries of their "gshiHit''with- their 'usual care Wyamtottes, Leg- and'q'ufie 'a bit bf originality was collectins island.Reds, Gaineand other rare varieties. A of-'White Wyandottes was probabk- sifotrh ,2f '''prtspaifetion.- .The most no- Veire -the 'designs of the A'lbefta -'coat of They were -i" doubt much better a'diilf "Albertans could exe- exhibit was a '.the'best exhibit. Burg Ellingson, of. Magrath, dozen very rare game- than' fowls.- mostly .-imported from 'NTew erne1.- 'Orleans. .IVIr.; Eliingson. caused some pencil drawias.b'f a prairie schooner amusement, when be inrormed the] being-, drawn "by three horses, done bv one of his small looking I Lafayctfe 'HVae-.'" There were many would weigh more j specimens' of'penmanship and kinder- than any otner chicken at the fair, jrartefl" work' -'Essays written on but the'amusement changed to as-l-'Ranch Life in "The Red tomshmenf; to back and "The'Graud. Trunk paci- up his.-statement with a good-sized bet. He explained his statement, hr saying that the game, chickens werii- very. and- had thin feathers, 'making them appear smaller than they really '-The prizes in. .the chicken classes by J. B. Ririe, of A'. Jones, oJ Raymond; 'Blackm'ore, Mrs. J. A.' Hammer, J. P.-'Low, and took'the prize for the best lien of-.mixed--classes. There were ten pens ol aiid nine nens of geese and ducks. J. Blackmore has a pen of .very fine, looking -white tur- keys which attracted a lot of atten. tion. There several pens of fine looking pigeons. The Hall Exhibits .en the hall the women's, children's. -grain- and vegetable exhibits were j the placed: 'The vegetables were not as played1 as usual and A. Perry lie hy' different grades, at- tracted -considerable -attention. The children also" had- some good exhibits of noxious" "w'eeds and wild grasses. The only -in'duVtrial exhibits -were, the Singer Sewia'g Machine Co., the De and the Magnet ''cream separator, manufactur- ed by.the Petrle'-Mfg. Co., of Ham- On-t-y Parade About p.m.; all the prize -win- ning horses and" some others were brought but" and-p'araded around the. grounds town. There were forty'Jiorses -tfie -parade and thev mitdc a fine 'sight'' viewed from tfc hill by -the fair grounds, as "they par- aded dowA one.'behind tho other. There was no-band competition, but .was on thr; some fine sclec- -.the_'4iterabon.- mosrt of the'-priSes witli vegetables) -Th? directors "anil officers ate to be IH E Y 0. TT-N G H IJ congratulated on their man- agement of the exhibition. -They- Fere: President, J.-A-, "Hammeri; Ist--vicer pres., Jas. Hansenr, 2nd Tice-pres., A. Perry; treas., "ST'E.; S. M. Vy'ooli; W. L. ,B, rTou-rig, Low, James Jahh'er.' F. May, WEI. .Pilling, P.'. Woodruff. Cha's. Jensen; Par- rish, Yv.'G-- Smith; -auditors, H'. A. Donovan and -A-: live stock Jarnes supt.'Of hall "exhibits, Thos. -BuceJ.' In Hie dance, ...uplacc. in 'the amusement ly: three hundred- young people. Attend-. Have- -j The opinion be' against" y-tbi'ee fa'irs'iri the'soutfe'coun-fcry Some -are agitatnng ior place -of 'three, be- held Magrath' or.' Gardstdh'i -Natu'r- :ally-the Cardston people t'on'-and "say. that the conil ihied fair more successful- at- either .oL.the other .towns more i-IS, -E. i'-Regina: 13ft -acres 545 an farm is MONDAY OGTOBER 3rd SAMUEL GRIFFITH, Owner HARRY. CLEVELAND, TOESMI mm WEIRD UNUSUAL OF THE AGE V PEODIJCTJOIsr THE PLAY WIEKD; SUMIME BEAII'TIFUL. THE .MOST 11-r iiliteno s aoei: raiinerio s The Play That Made Her Fampus In One.Night rn A PLAY FULL 0? HEART I-INTEREST, .EEMARSABLE1 j PATHOS, '-EVER A Scene House: Of A Thousand Candles" PRESENTED LETHBEIDGE BY OIp Of THE MOST CAPABLE AGGREGATION (ft ARTISTS IN EXISTENCE V' "t ff" rour Acts or the marvellous EXCELLENT p- -CLIM'AXES." PEODUCED- WITH FULL SCENIC' CLOWNS, .ACROBATS, TENTS, SIDE SHOWS, HOESES, IN'- jO FACT EVERT. NEGESSITY A Scene from Of IT- COMPLETE T MISS THESE TWO A Play That Will Please Both' Young and Old" rices OCT. 3rd OCT. 4th lees C-d ;