Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, IS09. PAGE THRU Choice Residence Lots s' handles choice Residence Lot on Cutbill Street. Balance 3 and 9 months makes first payment on 4 choice Residence Lots on Coutts Street Balance 3 and 6 months J. I. EAKIN CO. '307 Crabb St. (Opposite Bank of Uthbri dge, Alta. Phone 383 ATTORNEY GENERAL OF BRITISH! COLUMBIA HON. W. J. BOWSER, K. C, GIFT OF PIPE ORGAN Red, Deer, Sept. 27 trustees of the Leonard Gaetz Memorial Methodist Church have received the gratifying information that it is the intention of of the late Dr. Gaetz's family to present to the new church a handsome pipe organ costing in the neighborhood of THE NEW ANOTHER SCANDAL IN THE GOULD FAMILY New York, Sept. 25.-Wm. K. Van-1 derbilt, Jr., donor of the VanderbiH cup for automobile races, with his wife .Miss Virginia-Fair- ot San'Francisco, have signed a sep- aration agreement, according to .-an afternoon newspaper.-. Mrs..-, Vender- bilt is now returning from Europe .to America with her grandchildren, and it is expected' that will be formally announced as soon as reaches New York. Efforts by Mrs. 0. Pi P- Belmont, mother of Mr. VanderbiH, and Mrs. Heo-man 'Orchich, eister of Mrs; Van- derbilt, to avert the separation have been made without success. Prop. Round Street, beside Herald Oifice TorontoSept. 25. has been made' whereby the Grange and the property surrounding it will ul- timately become the property of the citizens of Toronto, The grounds will be used as a public park and the old. residence as a permanent public 'art gallery. The late Mrs. Goldwin Smith specified .that at some future time, the property and all the build- ings" ;upon it will, pass into the. hands of .the' city to be permanently owned "and, cared, for by the city. Toronto wil 'then have an art gallery in a .building which has been admired.and examined by thousands of visitors since the year 1820, -when most of it was. built. PINCHER CREEK FAIR List of Prize Winners at Wednesday's Exhibition Horses G. N. Gould Superintendent. Perchoroti, draft or Per- cheron stallion Pelletier 1st, D. Cyr, 2nd. Purebred Clydesdale stallion, R. otuckoy. Purebred Shire Stallion, Marr Bros. Stallion and three of his get, F. Pellc-tier 1st, D. Cyr 2nd. Heavy Draft Mare with Foal at foot, J. Russell 1st, H. Jenkins, 2nd. Heavy Draft Foal, J. 'Russell 1st, F. Pelletier 2nd.. Heavy Draft Team in Harness, J. Russell. Agricultural Team in Harness, H. Jenkins 1st, N. W, Ethier 2nd. Yearling Team in Harness, F. Pel- letier. Agricultural Mare with Foal at .Jenkins 1st, Burradge 2nd. Twe year old Fillies or Geldings, F. Austin 1st, F. Pelletic-r 2nd. Stallion suitable for getting saddle or carriage horses, F. Lynch 1st, Woodruff 2nd. Two year old .filly or carriage, H. E. Hanson. Yearling suitable for carriage or saddle, H. E. Hanson 1st. Xignt foal, J. J. Braniff 1st, C Duthie 2nd'' Light mare with" foal at foot, C Duthie 1st, H. Jenkins 2nd. Roadster team in harness, J. Good-j reau 1st, R. Christie 2nd. Single Driver, F Pelletier 1st, J. J. Braniff 2nd. Saddle Horse, C -Duthie. 1st, Marr Bros. 2nd. Lady's Saddle Horse, Jaa Russell 1st, G. D. Plunkett 2nd. Boys' Saddle Pony up to 14 hands, G. Yeomans 1st, H. Levassetir 2nd. Girl's Saddle Pony up to 14 hands, H Jenkins. Registered Polo Pony, G D. Plun- kett, 1st and 2nd. Pony suitable for polo, uunregis- tered, A. H. -Lynch-Stauunton Heap 2nd. Cattle C. Kettles, Superintendent. Purebred Shorthorn Bull, C. Ket- tles Pelletier 2nd. Purebred Bull, dairy breed, C. 1st, F. Pelletier 2nd. Purebred. Shorthorn or -Hereford .Herrod. Pjirebred Shorthorn or Hereford cow, C. Kettles 1st, F. Pelletier 2nd Butter in 20 Ib. crocks, Mrs. Austin Butter hi 3-lb. roll or crock, Mrs. Kathurst. Butter in Mb. roll or print, Mrs. Austin. Butter in Ib. roll or print, Mrs. Austin. Best cheese, 10 Ibs or over, C. Har- rad. Homo grown Mrs. Nathurst. Preserves nuide from horm; grown fruit, Mrs. Nuthurst. Home made cheese, .Mrs. Harrad. Proven Value Winnipeg, Man., Sept. ef- fect that the big immigration of farm- ers of the middle western states to the Canadian Northwest'-has had an old and 'well settled esper cially in Iowa, is vividly portrayed by' A. Showers, representative of a wholesale drug house in St. Louis, who is in the city today on a business trip. For years his -business has taken himv through all the principal towns of Iowa and .he declares that he has been forced to quit making, more "than one of his regular towns because all the wealthy farmers had moved to Hun- dreds ore re figuring on making a move across the bprder next spring. Exclusive from up. Fit-Reform Suits and Overcoats have proved their today are the choice of well dressed men in every section of Canada. The new styles in Suits and Overcoats for fajlare the finest garments ever made in this country, regard- less of price, s? THE KING'S POLICE MEDAL Ottawa, Ont., Sept. Ma- jesty King Edward has been pleased according to a circular issued by the the Colonial Office, to authorize the issue of a medal-known as the King's Polics Medal, to be awarded to mem- bers of authorized -fi-e brigades McKELViE McGUIRE Sole Aeents for Lethbikkc. throughout: the who perform devotion to duty. The ,iward will be acts of' exceptional courage and made on recommendation of the skill, or have., exhibited ..conspicuous i Secretary. C. OFFICIALS AT BOW ISLAND Job Department Headquarters for Office Stationery of all kinds Fully Equipped in All Branches of the Trade Expert Mechanics and the Latest Machinery If you have not tried us for your work, let us turn you out a trial order Letter Heads Bill Heads Statements Envelopes Phone 106 Invitations Announcements Circulars nphlets EtcMetc. yearling heifer, D. Cyr 1st and 2nd. Best Milch Cow, F. Pelletier, 1st, C. Harrad 2nd. Best herd bull and four cows, C. Kettles "let, F. Pelletier 2nd. Sweepstakes'for all breeds of bulls C. .Kettles. Best Steer over two and under C. Kettles J. Russell 2nd." Beei Cow, three years and over, J .Goodreau 1st, Marr Bros. 2nd. Speyed heifer, three years and over J. Russell 1st, J. Goodreau 2nd. Best Steer over two and three years, J. Russell 1st, C. Ket- tles 2nd. Best steer over one and under two, F. Pelletier 1st and 2nd. Best calf, steer or heifer, beef breed Cyr 1st, C. Kettles 2nd. Pigs Purebred boar of bacon type, F. Pelletier. Purebred sows of bacon type, F. Pelletier. Best two bacon sows, under seven months, F. Pelletic-r. Best two bacon sows, uunder seven months, F.' Pelletier. Sheep Best sliort wool ram, H. Jenkins 1st, F. Pelletier 2nd. Best ewes, any breed, H. Jenkins 1st, H. Levasseur 2nd. Best lambs, any breed, F. Pelle- tier. Beset Wethers, any breed, F. Pel- letier. Poultry Best pair of Plymouth Rocks, S. Tucker. Black Minorcas, J. Jenkins. Wyandottes, S. Tucker. Buff Orpingtons, M. Long. Turkeys, F. Pelletier. Geese. F. Pelletier. Pekin Ducks, S. Tucker. Best dozen hen's eggs A. Dempster. Best dozen hen's eggs Miss Cyr. Grain and Hay Best Bushel Alberta Red Wheat, A. H. Lynch-Staunton. Best bushel field peas, C. Harrod. Best sample of Timothy Hay, Marrj Bros. Best- sheaf of grain and grasses, Marr Bros. Vegetables Best bushel potatoes, early, F. Hamilton. Best bushel potatoes, late, G. Wil- lis. Best six tuurnip.s, Hyslop. Best six beets, G. Toplis. Best six parsnips, H. Jenkins. Best six field carrots, Hamilton. Best six table carrots, G. Toplisa. Best six mangolds, S. Tucker. Best sample Best six sugar beets, Meggerson. Best six tomatoes, ripe, G. Willis. Best six tomatoes, green, G. Willis. Best six cucumbers, G. Willis. Best three cauliflower, C. Harrad. Best three red cabbage, Hamilton. Best dozen onions, Hamilton. Best three squash, C. Harrad. Best colcction of vegetables, G. Willis. Supt. Maharg m Front Seat and Roadmaster Olson in Back Seat The man who stood closest to the fate of E. H. Harrlman, and who will succeed to the unique place which he held in the railway world. A thumbnail sketeh of Robert S. Lovett ifi as follows: Born in San Jacinto, Texas, June 22, I860. 'Educ.ition obtained in high school, followed by private instruction and self-education. Married in Hunts- ville, Texas, October 29, 1800, Lavina Abercomie. Admitted to the bar in Houston, Texas, December 22, 1882. Attorney for the Houston East and West Texas Railway from 1S84 to 18S9. Assistant general attorney of the Texas and Pacific Railway Com- pany at Dallas from 1889 to 1891. Member cf the law firm of Baker, Botts, Bakt-r and Lovett in Houston and general attorney and counsel for all the Southern Pacific lines in Texas since January 1, 1904. Member of Bar Association of New York, Lawyers' Club, and the Club, of Houston. Lives in the HoM Majestic, New York.