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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETirBRinaE DAILY HERALD Monday, Od-olwi' is extended to you to come and examine our display of Gourlay Pianos, bven 11 you are not ready to purchase, come now and spend an hour in seeing and hearing these superb instruments. are all of one quality--the best. The lowest priced style is as well made as the highest. The ambition of the makers of Gourlay Pianos is not to make the greatest number of instruments, but to make each one so rich in tone, so responsive in action, so artistic in design and so durable m every way, that it will bring prestige and added reputation. If.yoti.'.cannot come in write for Catalogue and prices. R0BT. IBEY, Represent! 410 12th Street A S WINNERS IN 85 CLASSES AT THE DRY-FARMING -EXPOSITION' TIffiESHED CHAINS AXD SEEDS BUSHEL HARD WINTER WHEAT 3. P. C. Hansen, Pincher Crock, Alta 2. A. Cnrdsion. Aha. X. Turner, Muelt'C'.l. Alia. 4. Raymond, Alia. 5. ,i. .1. Boston, Goothvell, U. A. .loIiiisGti, Comrey, Alta. BUSHEL BLUE STEM WHEAT 1. D. A. Ribyville. Wash. lly. Kimlile, Riliyvlllc. Wash. RED FIFE WHEAT 1. .1. A. heeler, Altn L'. P. U. P.hcrry. Davis. Sask. It. Hrinroin, Idnletui, 0. A. I'ctoreoii. ..Magrath, Alia. H. 1-k-y. McOreary. linn. C. .1. Olass, .Maclccd, Alta. MARQUIS WHEAT "J. U. Holmes, liaymoiid, -Alia. A. It. ifompr-1. Tuber, Aim. A. Miidiiiy, Kami Seed Co., lnilian Head. Sask. -i. Slcnck, Abt-TlioUiy. Hank. 11. Ktjolo, Moiii'.rcl' Alta. >i. .1. field Hill, Alia. HARD WHEAT, ANY OTHER VARIETY 1. .1. II. .Minuon. Held llili. Alia. A. .1. Si'OM, Miiniivillc-. Alta. S. Wheeler, Itosthern, Sask. C. P. Rusidil, Warner, Alia. .1. C. M. Aldons, Fnlth. Alta. G. Wells, Mftcleoil, Alta. SOFT WHEAT, ANY OTHER VARIETY M. Nolan, Freeman, Wash. Casorso Bros.. KelG'tvim, B. C. SHORT WHITE OATS J. Lanisan, Klros, Sask. T. I1. Conlaii. .Muiise Sask, T. Sow. Foxwarren, Alan. MEDIUM WHITE OATS A. E. liarnes, Uoiv Island, Alia.' .1. C. Hill Sons, I.toydminsier. C. H. Barrett, Lloydniin.sEer. W. J. Olass, Mapleod, Alia. T. P. Cmiliin. -Moose yask. A. Perrry, Cardston, Alia. LONG WHITE OATS S. Hasen, Alta. 10. C. Swift. Mnglll P. O., Alta. X. .McDongi'.l, Moosomin, Sask. BLACK OATS W. S. Simpson, Olenbryan P. 0. .Sask. OATS, ANY OTHER VARIETY A, PeiTey, Cardston. TWO ROWED BARLEY X. Tartmyor, Clarcsbolm, Alta. A. Perrey, Alta. W. J. Glass, llacleod. Alia. Leaeli, Baring P. O., Sask. J. .1. Hell. Udmonton, Alta. SIX ROWED BARLEY S. C. HaKeit, Winterbtlrn. Alia. H. G. Long. JIacleod, Aita. l.uon Loaey. Alia. .S. Vnir, Boundary C'rc-e'K, .Mio. FLINT CORN A. C. Stewart, C. C. Willi-ox. Arizona. YELLOW DENT CORN .1. B. lOu-arts, .Maniion, Okla. C. .Martin, Okla. WHITE DSI-JT COHN Whr.elas, Olda. .1. C. Martin, Olda. .1. Ilninrc. Arnetl, Okla. OTHER DENT CORN .1. 11. HWITIB. Okla. A. Stewari, Okaita.uitn. It. C. A. 11. aiansain. OKIa, SWEET CORN I'. I.. Hates, Arizona. POP CORN J. H. Kivari.J, .Manilni, Okla. Li. L. Unlcs, i'rcBtdti, Ariz, CLASS 23 I. L. L. Bates. Preseotl, Ariz. SPRING RYE A. Perrey, Cardston. Alta. SPELTZ 1. A, Perrey, Cardston, Alta. BUCKWHEAT 1. A. Perrey, Cardstun. Alta. FIELD PEAS 1. A. R. Hcmpei, 'Caber, Alta.' F. H. Tii'ber, AKa. FIELD PEAS, ANY OTHER VARIETY I.. Kester, Okla. WHITE BEANS 1. L. L. Bates. Prescott, MEXICAN BEANS 1. II. .V. Bonito, Arizona. .1. P. Manspn. Pinedule, Arizona. I.. L. Bates. Presoott, Arizona. BEANS, ANY OTHER VARIETY L G. W. Hansen. Prcseott, Arizona. L. L. Bates, Prescott, Arizona. S. H. Reed, Simmons, Arizona. BLACK HULLED WHITE KAFFIR CORN I. A. .McAllister.. McAllister. Ariz, DWARF RED MILO MAIZE 1. L. L. Bates, Preseott. Ariz. BROOM CORN 1. O. Oliver. Wathls, Okla. COMMON MILLET J. .Mr. .fchnson. Paloiise Cily, Wash. MILLET, ANY OTHER VARIETY 1. A. Tucker. Clinton, Okla. ALFALFA SEED 1. H. W. Short. Slaniton, Okla. T. Hariif.T, Frederick, Olcln, BROME GRASS SEED 1. '.V. E. Tees, Tecs, Alia. ,A. I'u-rey, C.-irdston, Alta; WESTERN RYE GRASS SEED L A. Perrey, Cardslon, Alta.. AMBER CANE SEED 1. O. Oliver. Olila. 1.. I.. Bates, Prescott, Ariz. COTTON SEED J. .1. Swarlz. Jtanlton, Okla. TIMOTHY SEED I. A. Perrey, Cardston, Alta. .1. Bonntlary Creek, Alta. SUNFLOWER SEED I 1. A. Perrey. Cartlston, Alta. SHEAF GRAINS AND GISASSKS F. C. Smith, River, Alia. T. lleuter. Jla-dnis. Oregon. B'ros., Hayniond, Alta. L. Dierinckx'. :Castor, Alta. RED FIFE WHEAT K. Carter, Fort Q'Appellc, Sask. Luhpy, Alta. X. R. Abbott, .Maitle Creole, Alta. A. I-errcy, Cardston, Alta. .1. A. Johnston, Wcolciiesier. AUa. K. .McAllister, Taljcr, AKa. CLUB WHEAT I.uhcy, -Magrath, Alta. T. lleuter, Oregon. L. Bicrinekx, Castor, AUa. MARQUIS WHEAT W. H. Goodwin, Gleichen, .A Ha. II. Dixon, Piiiclier Creek, AUa. Luliey, Alasratli, Alta. A. Pc-rroy, Cardstcn, Alta. K. Echvanls. Govan, Sask. J. W. Fink. Pincher Station, Alta.! HARD WHEAT, ANY OTHER VARIETY F. K. Griffin. Carmangay. Alta. A. Perrey. Cnrdston. Alia. A. .1. Scott, Jlannville, Aita. .1. G. 'March, Govan, Sask. F. fl. Winchester, Taber, AUa. SOFT WHEAT, ANY OTHER VARIETY T. Renter, -Madras, Oregon. Jiosa Renter, Madras, Oreyuu. A. Terroy, Cards ton, Alta.. SHORT WHITE OATS A, Perrey, Cardston, Alta. T. Foxwarren, .Man. T. Pvtuter, Madras, Oregon. MEDIUM WHITE1 OATS B. T. Hailey, Lacombe, Aha. Secretary of the Live Stock and Dairying Section If. Rhepiierd, Tteau'of Agriciilturo n the Nortu UnkolJL Agriciil-tural Col- ege, and Secretary of the section of Livestock and Dairying, lirgt hesan hts study or iho plains country 20 years ago hist summer. Ho drove more ihan miles over the Plain'.? ragion A. McZellcn, Pineher Creek, Alia. of North Dakota at that lime and lias R. AbbolX Maple Creek, Sask. j hecn deeply interested and busily en- I in studying it ever since. He i has come in contact with it hand (frequently and especially so on the hitart. Jn ISltf) Iva KiienL three j time riding- about the prairie and lifid Ijnnda ro.aJon on a pony Kiojipinic the ranchmen studying their needs jwul conditimiu and at- tempting' lo forecast ahonld he done when the time, came for the paps- iiig of the range business. He now hat? supervisory charge of five Plains .1. S. Holman, Stirling, Aita. A. C. Barnes. How Island, AUa. LONG WHITE OATS A. Perrey, Cardston, AUa. T. Low, l-'oxwarron, Man. K. Tees. Tees, Alta. BLACK OAT5 C, Tench, Pincher Creek. AUa. .1. Robinson, Alta. H. Salmon, Raymond, AUa. OATS, ANY OTHER VARIETY A. Perrey, AUa. H. -McAllister. Taber. AUa. W. S. Simpson, Glenbryan. Sank. TWO ROWED BARLEY A. Perrey, Cardston, Alta. Sub-Si.'ition fanns and of twenty-five Demonstration farms in llifi iitnte of j Xorlh Dakota. I'leLwec-n these state land a personal holdiiiK be has charge of III farms in territory where the U. H. Carter, Fort Q'Apjielle, Sask. i annual rainfall is under 20 inches. ,T. K. PlBher, Rnymond, AMn. 1. T. Renter, Madras, Oregon. .T. S. Holtmin, Stirling, AUa. S. Wheeler, Rosthern, Sask. QUEEN VISITS HOSPITALS Sofia, Oct.. Kleanor erday went into most of-the pi; where pro pa nil ions are being nude or housing the wounded, including WHO SHOT AT WELL, IN A FEW WEEKS WE'LL the joy of Mr. Hou'j keeper at the swift passing of the Star. A f which, frankly speaking, leads me i prodict for you an era of unpreccdcfj I eif success." PREDICTS GREAT FUTURE AHEAD FOR THIS CITY "Your c m presses me very sirongly, :is one which is destined lo become very live commfrcially. and otherwise- among tb-s great cities London, Oct. Prince Western Canada." Tim; the re- mark directed to it Herald representa- tive ivliO limi Jin interview today with Lou J, Haddock, publicity ;ind agricul- tural agt'iit of Utah, who isf hero attending the Congress. Mr. Iladdcfk is associate editor of The I Jtopublican, a well known newspaper of Logan, and is more than pleased j with thf courtesy being extended by Albert of Lethbridge citizens to the Congress Schlcsswig-llnlstein nurrnwly escaped HARD RED WINTER WHEAT A. Pi't'rcy. ('iirdJiion, Mia, J. MlliTuy, AUii, the railway station where several wait- -death while playing golf at Stoke Pogio ing rooms have been turned over to yesterday. A number of si ray shots the red cross and fitted up as finite close to him ami Sher- ary hosiphals. Tim Queen everywhere a who was wilh received :t sympathetic reception from] Prinrn Albert, woumiod. it. is i he populanco, jnot known whcuce the '.shots came. delegates, llo expresses the opinion that rln; present usricnltiiral exposi- tion will far eclipse anything hithorloi held Ihrnufihout the xvorhl. Moreover, j concluded Mr. Haddock, have ohsrrv- Shi" .your disclose rLimirk- able I'uill) in the fuunu of TRANSFER THE SULTAN Oct., jfer of Kx, Sultun Abdul Hamid frtjf ISJibo place he has been conlini in Salonika to Constantinople was ctJoned by the SulUtn today, ;sfter i council of Iilinwievs had the Htop. The Press generally ;