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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Satimlay, i THE LETTI nit IDC E DAILY HKKALD rage 11! Saturday, Oct. 12 loffered Dominion Square to our friends and clients. Up to Saturday, Oct. 26 197 Are Sold On and after Saturday Nov. 2, the Price Will Be Raised per lot. You Have Just 6 Days Left at Opening Prices SIXTH STREET SOUTH CANADA IN ME1MTS OPP. HERALD OFFICE WOMEN'S .CLASSES ANNOttED Correct and Final Lis Those Who Wow Honors The awards1 in the class at Exposition are follows Class exhibit ot giffi- grown by a wonift Board trophv homesteader. I'rotucls must have d international LCTIS- gruwii on Jipnieslcad 01 High opiin to the w-orld. i Class ol photographs ol i u a iomestosd. Views to show an inentf of rooms, exterior and intiriif hiusc dcn, open to 1 Fit- cut churn, donatul tile I Churn Co., of 1 dm nt Alia or other labor-samn, ice'' ol cjual Value, Mrs. S. Ntls Unts CMi "Class" vhlbit ot do- mestic-science n ttri cul- tural college or Fill school 1. Leihbridge Board o trophv open to the. world. blua'flame oircookhjg 'slo'vc, "val S.iN, donated by the.Imperial uir 0 award. Class iial exhibit of ly ami fruit in, put a fa rm woman, upcl'i to the wrlrld. ;JWi.'ai Ever" rolls'Jer and slcam L-I t-omplete, donal ed by the Alufinin- display. -1, Standard Agricultural library of nine volumes, donated by Co., of Canada, Toronto, Out., publishers of Ur. John A. Widt- soc's treatise iad International blue, ribbon, Miss Mil- dred Swiss, Kaslo, U. C.; a, Si ter- national Ribbon, Mrs. Healhersliaw Magratli, Alta. Class exhibit o! .dried fruits by farm women of one i neighborhood, set of books, value i donated by Kenny Allin, the I hook store, Lethbridgu, Alta., and In- ternational bine ribbon second, In- ternational red ribbon. No award. Class exhibit of i driud fruits by a farm woman, silver. i and glass fruit basket, value do- natal by Hnwortb .Jewelry Co., Lotli- j-bridge, Alia., blue International red rib- bon. No award. pants for farm, child between two and six years. Modest color, style and finish to be considered. 1, New process gasoline range, 7 B, 3-Burner, ..oven, and broiler complete, value i donated by the Hayr Hardware Co., Lethbridge, Alta., and International blue ribbon. Mrs: H. Riric, Magratli, Alta.; 2, International ribbon, Mrs. '-Paul Carr, 3, Intcr- I national ribbon; Sirs. F. A. Adams, jilacleod; Alia. I Class 270. Best exhibit ol honey, either in comb or: in glass, or notli. i 1, Silver and. glaEsViioney jar, donat- 'ed by.E.'A. Ewerl, Jeweller, Leth- al ribbon, Mrs I'trshfw Ma grath, Alia. M- Class of jel lame, Wash.; 2, linlernatioiial :j ribbon, ly and fruit in farm wiwien Mis. .N'orman, Mirror c. 'of. one nciglihoilioou anpd like i Cooking Co., 'New Pa., Mrs. 'Martin .1. SwAano Chamber of Commtrcjc, Spo- dHnbit of work; from' the honmnjjiiucs soci- ety. 1. Sterling set the finest qitahU (hable costing 550.00 net, the the Retnu Hoard of Tradi igb i C onunis- sioner L. T. McDon lanitoha Pro- vincial Exhibit national nb bon, Ilayniond, Intimation Class artistic exhibit dc- signed and decorated by a [arm wo- jman, general display in be -considered, i, Set of silver- ware, consisting of 0 knives and. .6 forts and. 18 spoons in three different sizes, value S25, donated by E. A. Evert, jeweller, Leihbridge, Alta., and International blue ribbon, Mrs. H. Hirie, Magratli, Alta.; 2n, Inter- national ribbon, Mrs. P. A. Adams, Macleod, Alta. Class artistic, yet simp- lest, child's outfit of dress, petticoat .bridge, vjlrs. N. Anderson, Cheriey, "Onti Class complete 'andxcon- 'Venieiit lutciien plan hy a farm wo- man, and the .shape of :thcr a drawn plan or written de- scription. 1, A collection of labor saving devices, including a universal brcacl mixer, meat grinder, sen of aluminum handled knives of graded size, aluminum measuring spoons, set of kitchen cohvcnicnces, donated by- Country Life in Canada, Jlrs. Leslie 1 M. Stavert, editor, Winnipeg, Man. 1, Mrs. R. SLlcAllistcr, Taber, .Alta.j 2, Mrs. M. Carlson, Cardslon, Al- ta., International ribbon 3, Interna- tional ribbon, Mrs. C. A. Millie, Glcichen, Alta. Class ljcarl A. Trigo, Wood- ward, bkla. JUVENILE CLASSES Phe awards in the Juvenile classe are announced by.; Chairman W. H Fairlicld, of the jury of awards, a follows Class 275 Juvenile exhibit. Be collective exhibit..made by a hoy o girl under ID years of age of pro duels they raised .in 1912, exhibit tb same as a. district display. 1, Letl bridge Board, of. Control trophy, C. S. Glenbryan, Sask.; 'i International, ribbon, M. Axelson Colo. Class exhibit of grass es and forage crops. Open only ti joys or girls under 15 years. 1, Leth iridge Board of Control trophy, W C. S. Simpson, Glenbryan, Sask. Class exhibit of stca gram. Open only to boys or girls tin jdcr 15 Lcthbridnc-Boardol [Control trophy, c." Simpson Orleiibryan, Sask.; 3, International ribbon, li. Hey, SlcCreary, Man.; International ribbon, E. Watnough, West Lethbridge, Alta. j Class 2SO Juvenile exhibit o threshed grain. Open only to boys or girls under IS. years 15 to 20 pounds [to he exhibited of each grain. 1, JW. C. S. Simpson, Glenbryan, Sask.j 2, International ribbon, IJ. Hcv, Mc- Lelhbridge Board of Control trophy, Crcary, JIan.-; 3, International rib- bon, E. Watnough, West Lethhridgc, Alta. Half-section 10 miles norttst of Stirling. Special price of per acre, erms per acre casn, balatover eight years at 6 per cent interest. One of tlie best improved of land in the Lethbridge district, the best of buildings, good fences and alllly improved. Price per acre, special LABOR MEN ARE TURNED DOWN GOVERNMENT BOARD OF CONCILIATION IN-DIS- PUTE WITH C.P.R. Cheapest and Best Buy in the City Tivc Lots facing north, on cntli Avenue South, on sewer and water; near Fifteenth Street South; short time Freeman MacLeod Coo Dominion Block FARMERS' MAGAZINE Has been circulating among the many farmers a.t the Congress and expression of approval are unanimous. This is the only mag- azine of its kind in America a-nd it certainly dignifies the farm rearing. Its piuiuei, illustrations, and woman 3 dresi departments are invaluable. Agents in South Alberta waited. Liberal com- missions. A special offer to farmers for one year for a S' mac- azine. Write McGOEY Manager, 143 University Ave. Toronto, Canada terms given. Half Section 8 miles west Lethbridge, good buildings and' fences, all under H cultivation. Price pere, on easy terms. Our Listing of Farm Lai> and City Property is Most .Complete Ottawa, Oct. 25. The labor de- 'artinent has refused to grant a of conciliation in the dispute letwccn tic and; the'Canadian liotlicriiood ol Railway Kniniot vvliieh controls men in the'ser- vice of I he rnihvay. A communication 10- this ellect has been sent President of the Brotherhood by the Jlinistcr ol Lab- or. Tin's- decision, the report ot the men states, wili not be accepted as final and further representations will be made to Hie 'department tomor- row. >an llnvestment .imited Office 416 5th Street! Phone 1214 MAGRATH'S EXHIBIT An erroneous impression seems to have crept Into our report o( the Ma- sratli exhibit .at the Dry-Panning Congress. This is purely an exhibit of the Farm Roman's Institute, un- der the direction of the local com- mittee. The ladies in charge are Mrs. J. A. Rasmuss-sn, Air. Clark 1. Wyman, and ..Miss Lotlle Hall. They ivera ud. minibly assisted liy a Rlrong, activi ri'imnittee. Too much praise cannot be sivcn the commitice.