Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
the LrthteMfcc Daily HeraJ4, Satiu-day; Sept. BRITAIN'S HISTORIC CLASSIC OF THE TURF Sept. Derby's at 9 to 2, who won the London; "Swinford" St.. Ledger last Wednesday at Con- caster, heating Lemberg, the favorite, at 5 "to 4, who was third, with Brong- ino second at 20 to 1, won one of Britain's greatest turf events. What the Derby is to Epsom, such, the St. Leger to Doncaster, although the latter race may not compare with the former in point of general interest owing to the fact that the three-year old form is known, or thought to be known, by the, time it is run. This year, however, was a remarkable ex- i tie expectation of his winning that only the night before the race he iv- lused to accept less than to 10 a bout his representative, who-next day M on comfortably from Benedict. Equally unexpected wak the victory ol Mr. Petre's Theodore 10 years later. ving to his presumed inferiority to tin -ee other competitors in the same inA srest, he was allowed to stare at thfl extreme odds of 200 to er succeeded in winning the -race owes its existence to- his efforts-. For several years the St. Leger ex- perienced not a few ups and downs, and when Mr. Hill's Cowslip proved successful, in 1785, the subscription had fallen as low as five and grave fears -were entertained that the race would have to be abandoned. Not, in- dead, .until '1809 did the entries 'rise above fifty, 'but from that" year it be- gan to forge ahead in public favor. and by 1S63 the subscription list had increased to two hundred and eight, below; wnich number it has fallen on very few occasions. Sensational Races As icay be expected.-, the St. Leger been very prolific in surprises and sensational incidents. Often enough has the ultimate winner been an ani- znal previously held in but light esti- mation. -The result in 1812 illustrated of -those fortuitous chances -which 'occasionally fall to the lot of the 4nost inexperienced. The winner, Otterington, .was con- sidered so moderate that his owner made up his mind not to start him, and it. was only to decide certain bets about the number of starters that "he nvas eventually induced to send him to the post In fact, Mr. Rob had -so lit- >HMERICAN At 2-8-1 561 Fanwell, Denaott and van and Caseyj; umpires Egan. and O'Loughlin. At St. St. 1 Won 85 81 -79 77 6S 60 'Louisville "___ 59 EASTERN Won Minneapolis Toledo. Kansas City SL" Paul Milwaukee .548 .534 .521 :510 S 11 0 Ray and KiKifer; Walsh and Block. Umpire Evans. Second gamte St. Lcjuis ____ 582 Chicago.: i.-'. 294 Holson and Stephens; -White arid Sullivan.; umpire Evans. At Washington. r S 2 New York 3 6 0 Gray and Ainsmith; Fisher, Cald- well, Vaugiian, and Sweeney and Mitchell; umpires Coliflower and Connolly.' At Philadelphia ____ ____ 341 jxo Chester Newark Toronto Baltimore Buffalo Montreal Providence Jersev Citv SJL 78 70 71 64 66 57 55 Lost P. C. 69 70 v SO" 92" Lost v 58 69 72 76 81 of the'C. P.'R. had. ever made any provisions that Lethbridge would al- a passenger terminal. It was decided- to let. the matter .drop. John Home drew the attention of the council to the very -poor trait. service -between Lethbridge and.Cal- gftpr. He thought -.they, should urge. that' the evening from Calgary. to- -Macleod should 4 be' brought right oh through to Lethbridge, and go back from here the following day.' At pre- sent .passengers froiOf-.'Caigary to 'Leth- bridge were compelled to spend an an. hour and a half often FINED FOR COMMON ASSAULT The. culmination of a family feud came yesterday when Supt. Wilson and Insp. 'West, of the R. N. W. M. P Moseoviteh and common :assault. The complainant was.F. Feffmer who alleged that Mns- 'up .behind him on Duf- !erm front of the -telephone building- and knocked him down bv striking him'on the back and after- wards punching his face while he was down.. Several eye witnesses bore out the truthfulness of, this complaint and the court 'settled the affair as .stated. :KNIHTHOODS GAZETTED Ovrawa. Sept. knighthoods bir George W.'Ross, Sir Edmund and Sir Henry Bate, which v.-ere conferred in June last are 4 _ C Kfi- f who is now in thp- Orient represent hta St- LEPROSY PATIENT ESCAPES. rnfalVLake' City, Utah, Sept. 9.- John. Rokos, a Greek in an advanced stage of -leprosy, who has been under quarantine here for the lost three days., was missing yesterday from the Competitions in the Prov- ince For Fields of Seed Grain Competitions for fields seed grain have been held by 12 agricultur- al societies in the province of Al- berta this year. The judging of these competitions is-condueted by the seed branch of the Dominion .department, of agriculture. .Complete reports have now been received ..from the. 'various udges which are briefly, summarized as follows: Cardston Agricultural "Society. C. McKillican, district officer of the seed At Cardston there were competi- tions in winter wheat, spring "wheat, and oats. The winter wheat competi- tion was a particularly strong one, having 12 entries, .many of them of i merit.'. .The following 'in 'parti- worthy of coiament: -i First: D. E. Harris; Cardston, Tur-j key. Red variety, score 91 1-2. I Second: J. A. Johans'en, .Cardston, Turkey Red, variety, -score 90. Third: _R. W. (jardston, Tur- key Red variety, score 89 1-2. Cazier, Cardston, Turkey Red variety, Albert Brown. Leavitt, Turkey Red variety, score 88 1-2. A. J. Stoddart, Cardston, Turkey Red .variety, score 88. Other exhibitors were: Wm. D.uce; Wl E. Bullock; R, Bound- ry Creek; R. -A. Kimball; Isaac Carlson and S. M. Considering the exceptionally dry season the, crop, of. winter wheat at ;ardston is remarkably good- The most noticeable fault is that i pra-cti- cally all the Turkey- Red wheat is quite mixed with bald varieties ot in- erior Quality. _ In che spring wheat; competition Jaere were four competitors: First: D. E. Harris, Cardston, Pres- on variety, score 86.- Second: Androse Woolford, Card- Chef The best meal for thie working man at .the least possible cost Good rooms and quick; service J.W. ,v i 'Prop. jton, Preston 84.'; Third: B. Tanner, Cardston, 'reston variety, score 80. There were three fields entered in' he competition-for oats: First: C. B. Tanner, Cardston, Ban- ner variety, 1-2. which he was quarantined. tent in_____ and it was learned that he en a. train on Wednesday evening in he -intended to go to New York Second: D. E. Harris; Cardston, Banner variety, score. 82. Third: L. N. Ban- ner variety, score 70. The spring wheat crops on the whole are rather light through the Cardston district but-the competitors in this .competitic-n have made a fair- ly creditable showing. Most, of- the fields have been grown on 'summer an' the -M-aeleod' platform. ah'd-'thence'-to Funds .for P. C: .573 -.530 :526 -4S1 .478 .429 .405 SCOTTISH FOOTBALL Boston 0 6 Coombs and Lapp: Hunt and Mad- den: umpires Diseen and -Perrine. SAYS HE WAS IN IT London; Sept Barry says the description of his race witn Arnst on 'the Zambesi River is mis- leading. It was really a very fine struggle. Glasgow, Sept. .are the results of- Scottish league foot- ball games played today: Hamilton Academicals 2; Glasgow Hangers 4. l Ardrieanions 1: JVl.ptherwe.il11. St. Mirren.l: Third Lanark 2. Morton 0; Kilmarnock 0. The president said die had also been -3911 thinking the same. -thing. He sug- gested that -since nearly-all .the pass- engers on the chair- car between Cal- gary and Maeleou were Lethbridge people, the C. P. -R. might be per- suaded to attach rrlrat- car onto the Crow train at Macleod and 'bring it on to Lethhridge, and send it- 'back on one of the trains next day. Some members thought they should for a through train 'but it was decid- ed to ask for the through chair car only. T. S McKenzie thought it might -worth while calling the attention of. the C. P- R. TO poor service be- tween. Lethbridge and Winnipeg by flyer. At present the flyer gets into Moose .law iust ten' minutes-af- ter the Winnipeg regular nulls out of there, with the result that pass- engers for Winnipeg have to wait over at Moose Jaw until the following WEDS IN NIGHTIE AND STOCKINGS AT 3 A.M. In the MORNING A glass of ALBERTA'S PRIDE beer will refresh- you after the nighfs sleep, invigorate you and fir yon for the day's work. NOON A glass of ALBERTA'S -PRIDE beer with the din- ner or lunch "tops it off" Just right and helps the stomach to digest the solid foods. At NIGHT A bottle of ALBERTA'S PRIDE beer will be ap- predated, especially if body or' brain is fatigued. is nourishing and strengthening and soothes the; nerves, We; can serve you. The Lethbridge Brewing 1 Malting Co., Ltd, Phone No. 554. Atlanta. Sept. only in her nightgown and stockings, Miss Columbia Creek, a prominent mem- ber of Atlanta's younger was married at three o'clock this morning to Guy H. Buchanan. Buchanan and Miss Creek had been engaged for some time, but the girl's parents opposed the match. Early last night Miss Creek's -parents learn- ed That the lovers had planned to -el ope and they locked the girl in he room after taking away her clothing the journey, were provided by his eouu trynien here. The" left hand, it is said, is almost ready to drop off. A SCHOOL AT REDCL1FF Redcliff, Alta_. Sept. school district-" has been formed here with Dr. Stoner, W. A. Dodge and A. W. Woodcock, trustees. A. school is to be established, at once. Macleod Agricultural, Society H. Woolford, of Card- 'The Macleod society'offered" for winter wheat. -wheat and oats. .In the winter wheat.competition that as good a', showing- been 'made "by .these, A'lli crops weret'grown "on V summer Raymond Agricultural Society.- H. of' Card- ston. There '-three c; winter wheat competition... mond. "-1 Holmes, Turkey Red "score- ;x -Second: Turkey Red score; Third: Smith key- Red variepC score A The judge .remarked on, heads noticeable in these crops the entire absence mustard is rather- the district was the- -chief In -the- spring, wheat competition i' there entries :i. c y'0 First: J.'G. Red Fife score'.-85 .Second: J. F. Salmon, Raymond, Red Fife variety, score- SO.--' REMEM-BERED SEVERAL CHARITIES IN TORONTO. The Late Dr. Andrew Smith Left an Estate of Toronto, Sept. late Dr. An- drew Smith, former president of the Ontario Veterinary college, left prop- erty valued at ?600.000, of which is represented 'by real es- tate in the city. A number of char- -bequssts, including the pastor of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church It was decided to take this mat- jProtestant Orphan's Home, Boys' ADD TO YOUR ft PERSONAL ADORNMENTS By the Use of Herpicide A pretty woman may enhance her beauty and a plain woman become good looking by the proper care of her hair. Nice hair, pretty hair, growing on line it of nature's greatest beautifiers. The kind of hair TVhich always mak- es us look the second- time, follows ithe use of Ne-wbro's Herpicide, and is possible for every woman. Regular applications of Herpicide kill the hair-destroying dandruff germ, keep the hair from coming out and add., to it i that luxuriance, snap and lustre which are essential >to hair beauty. Newbro's Herpicide is the Original scalp prophylactic. All other hair rem- edies claiming to kill the dandruff germ are simply trying to trade .upon the reputation of genuine Herpicide. Applications may be obtained ai gocd barber shops and hairdressers. Send lOc in postage to The Herpi- cide Co., Dept. R.., Detroit, Mich., for and booklet- One dolUr size bottles sold by all j druggists under an absolute guarantee. j.T. D. Higiiibotham Co., Ltd.., Special Agents. ter up also with the .company. The mail service. between inter- vening points from Calgary to Leth- bridge between Lethbridge and pomts east of the city along the. Crow were also discussed and the secretary in- structed to take up the matter with the post office department. The secretary reported that arising out of the board's action in regard to weed inspection, the chief weed in- spector had been here and gone into the matter. He favored the board's sugf estian of a deputy chief inspector for this district, but could not make the appointment hiinself. The president reported having re- ceived the cheque for promised by Ex-Premier Rutherford towards the expenses of the Southern Alberta ex- hibits at Omaha and. Biilings last year. President Nourse mentioned that President Konantz of the Pioneer Lumber Co., had sent him a recent copy of The St. Paul (Minn.) Pioneer Press containing an article heade'd 'Declares Western Canada a in which a man claiming to come from Barona, Alberta, ladled o.ut some hotj Toronto: Girls' Home, Toron- 'to: Home for Incurables. Sick Child- ren's Hospital, one thousand each: SL Andrew's Society. A son and two daughters divide the estate, after provision is made for .Mrs. there were nine entries.. The follow- ini; were ihe-best.fi? ds- First: H. G. Long, Macleod, Tur- key Red variety, score 93 1-2. Second: R. Latinga, Macieod, Tur- key Red variety, score 93. Third: W. J. Glass, Macleod, Tur- key Red variety, score 92 3-4. T. J. -Stapleton, 32.1-2; ,T. Malony, 90-1-4; P. S-tapleton, 90.. Other exhibitors -were C. Grier, W. A. Day and D. L. Mudiman. The crops in this competition were exceptionally good as regards freedom from weeds aad other varieties, and The yield is also good con- sidering the unfavorable year. All these crops were grown on new land or summer fallow. In the spring wheat competition there-.were ten competitors with the following results: Spring wheat .crops They are, however, _ early, ing. v In the oat two entries: First: Henry Holmes- Banner variety, score Win. Spackmanj.; Stirring-; Swedish Giant, score Lethbridge Agricultural Mac-' leod. The Lethbridge Agricultural --society held winter., spring wheat and.oats.' of competitors is .rather .v being -only'-two in each winter wheat the prizes were ed as follows: First: Ben James, key Red variety, r- Second: Pawson Bros-, Turkey Red score 87 1-2: ,V The spring-wheat i-s as First: Pawson Coaldade, Fife variety. i-2. Second: J..Davidson, Coaldale, Red' Fife variety, score" 821. These crops were all very, free from noxious .weeds and the was better than iiua greater, part the province. Jn oats the awards are: First: Pawson Bros., ner variety, score 95 1-2. Second: G. Russell, .Lethbridge, Scottish Chief variety, score 94 1-2. These excellent crops of oats' are grown on new land and on" irrigated V farms, luey are both. reasonably First: 'Geo. Wells, Macleod, Red pure from .weeds other grains. Fife variety, score SS. Second: J. R. Jacob, Maclood, White PINCHOT REFUSED TO Fife variety, score 87. BECOME PRESiQEisrr Third: W. H. Wilkinson, Macleod, _____ Red Fife variety, score 86. j St. Paul, Minn., Sept. MARKETS WINNIPEG MARKETS Winnipeg. Sept. open ed 101 1-2. closed 101 5-S: Sept. open- ed 39 W, closed 99 5-S: May i Other exhibitors were Hugh Mac-jtiona! Conservation Congress tonisjV kintosh, Colin Campbell. .A. R. Me-j adopted a platform placing Fadden, Purdy Bros.. E.'O. Wirier-1 of its approval on nationaf-concrol of mute, J. A. Struthers, Ed. Westhaver. jnararal resources and adjouraefi- Spring crops are rather light; A threatened fight on the part of throughout this district, on account jiQe State conservation commission- of the extreme draught. Wild oats are I ers to place the name of President' also gaining ground. 104 1-4, closed 104 1-S: cash close l -round- the platform along with. that ery creduame coas.der- Of Theodore Roosevelt as the great Nor. 102: 2 Nor. 100; 3 Nor. 9S 2 white oats 3-i 3-4: Flax 2.47. the oat competition there was QUIET IN WALL STREET New York. Sept. _ St. Paul showed in opening an advance; of 3.-4 and International Paper Pfd. and Pittsburg C. C. and St. Louis a de- cline of 1. Only abo.ut a score of clocks were traded in and there were no other changes in excess of a half. jone entry only: First: John llaloney, Macleod, aer variety, sfore 78. friend of conservation, did..not erializ.2 on the floor. The 'were chosen The ticker came, practically to a stand still after the first, few minutes. "A A WINNIPEG LIVESTOCK Medicine Hat Agricultural Society Mackintosh, ot" leod. secretary, Thomas R. Indian- apolis. Ind.; treasurer, D. A. .'Latch-' Mac-jaw-a, Kansas City. Gifford .Pinchot land J. B. White, of Kansas City; de-' The Medicine Hat. society held a dined Ip be .nominated for the- ,presi- -competition for wheat. There were dency, and Mr. Wallace was not op- six entries and the awards were: j posed. First: G. H. Lait. Gros Ventre, Red! stuff among which was that he hadj Winnipeg. Sept. re- ost nine chickens in the -month of cejpts included 150 cattle, 57 calves. 5 June by their being frozen to death, bulls, 4 lambs, 5S hogs. Receipts for Mr. Nourse said that he had- sent ajthe early morning market were de- Ventre JRRST WOMAN EVER HONORED Turkey Red variety, score 89 1-2. WITH DEGREE OF D.C.L. Third: J. 'Robinson, Josephburg, j Halifax, N. S., Sept. Col- Red Fife variety, score S8 liege, Windsor, conferred the degree reply to the Press. The secretary was instructed to open a register for those who wish- ed to take advantage of excursion rat- es to Spokane on the occasion of the )ry Farming Congress and Interstate 'air during the first week of October n order that steps might be taken to sngage special car or -cars if a suf- Icidedly light, although 42 cars are ex- pected to arrive soon. The cattle mar- ket was strong and the prices remain- ed firm at the figures prevailing yes- terday, No exporters were offered for and choice butcher cattle around ?4.35 and Meolum butchers bulls sold down as low Lambs and nogs were scarce Other competitors were: W. Put- of D. C. L. on Mrs. Willoughby Cum- man, of Gros Ventre; A. Wooley, Med- mings. secretary of the National Coun- icine Hat; G. Grieve, Medicine Hat. Jcil of "Women. "Mrs. CumraJngs is the Gonsiderlsg the extreme drought i wojaan upon who that has prevailed, it is remarkable D. C. L. has been conferred. 1LQ5.0" icient number intend to go. iand what were present found a ready Those present were: the former at per -cwt.. Course, Vice President Rylands, T-lie latler at whllc the calves Home. A. Tilley, C. F. P. Conybeare. j brought iwm w> Sick, H. Macbeth. T. S. McKenzie nd Secretary J. W. McXicol. MEDALS FOR LONG ScRVICE Ottawa, Sept. Imperial ser- vice medal has been granted for long and meritorious service TO Thomas Carr, laborer of the Cornwall can.'U and Walter W. Smith, corporal of the Northwest Monti led Polios B5RKENHEAD MARKET Liverpool. "Sept. 10. John Rogers I Co. report Birkenbead market held firm for ail classes of cattle and show- ed an advance of poi pound on ranch cattle, the quality of which better than recent consignments, full quotations being: States steers from .Me to 14 3 ,l-4n (0 Hi Canadian steers, and ranch steers .1.1 u-4c no 1U pound. TRY IT OPPOSITE THE EUREKA Is prepared t-o serve the tastiest meals to-tlieir the most moderate trial convince yon. ALL WHITE SHORT ORDERS A SPECIALTY. WE AiM TO PLEASE.