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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta RHEUMATIC REMEDY Ws cured more than a few chronic cases of rheumatism. We, are-fairly certain that it would be beneficial in your case because we know what's in it. SoU and ffWTMttod by 3885 ALL LETHBRIDGE DRUGGISTS BUSINESSMEN HAVE GOOD CASE (Continued' from front Second Annual Exhibition at Taber Very Successful (COutiliUSu Gli pitgo ified'as their ponies ;were horses, ,be- ine; slightly over fourteen hands. One boy expressed his intention of remov- ing1 his horse's slices nex'f year so as to bring him down to the required fourteen hands. Raymond Backus obtained the first prize unop- posed, but. nevertheless .had a .--fine tittle pony. Several stallions with two of their ets were exhibited ;'and Mr. Van Or- nan's Belgian was again the winner. Two teams of drazt horses were shown Dave Lloyd- took the :red ticket with his team of -grays. Other Live Stock The 'exhibits' of -.cattle; sheep ,and swine, were -rather there ...being- only a few cattle and very few pure-bred beasts. There vere about a dozen cattle; seven pens >f hogs, and one pen of sheep. J. Darr, Thomas Frazer. and Milton Con-j ad' took most of the prizes on hogs j nd Mr. Anderson took... the sheep' with his Southdowns. The oars, .which were exhibited as pure red were disqualified as they ot registered. Herald, Wednesday, September t j SuitY tip! You too! Before you fet in shape for the day; drink a (Utt of fcifle, .backs; the two Kellys' Iz- ett, halves; Weymss, Marr, White Turnbttll and Mclndoo, forwards Taber-Wbatticker, goal; Strattoii Jones, Reid, Bartly, Car- halves; Tartington, Meachem, Parkin- son, -Thacker, Sudwdrth, forwards Officials The officials Of the exhibition were- L. Hohran First Vice Ervine Second Vice J Lav- ton. y Hansen L. MitcheU, p Ham- mer, bamuel Francis, R. A Van Or were parade of the prize-winning stock place, after the judging was fin- ished and was one of the events of the day. Some of the owners had i banfl asked left ,the grounds with, their animals I afford to T> s; .S.tnngham, Thos. B. Hull B. R. McMullin, WJ S. Russell, Hans Hansen, Notes A good many questions were 'asked about ;the absence of the crack Taber Vi J. tLJJCX band from the' The bands- men say they were not invited to be present and the directors say the which .they could John Home, of Campbell, Wilson ana Home, speaking as a newcomer who only kn-ew anything about the agreement from reading it over, re- marked that- while .the .proposed change might possibly be carried out without .breaking letter of the agreement, it could not be without breaking -the spirit of the agreement. Would Have Passed R. .-Nimmons spoke briefly to the effect that the agreement .would never ratified by the people nor- c- would -the.people Procession, headed by- the draft! men lei t the grounds with their teams, was nearly around-the track i early in the afternoon QUICK CHURCH INSTRUCTION Bassano Anglicans Put Edifice Up in Day and Half IT IS YOUK DUTY TO YOURSELF AND FAMILY TO FOR THE FUTURE; A LITTLE MONEY WISELY IN VESTED i before the parades.took place, but cv- pay. thing that the direqtors might r Ultu mg en without them the parade was aj.we11 change next year is the 'lax way tae Bassano Kev. w. LKjveraedge, vicar of" .the ssano Anglican parish, intended -to erect a church" In a day, but a high vind mteriered-and the task occupied day and a half. Un- Wednesday, morning the ll tr-affic passing over the Crow's Nest.lime. J. .Ashcroft also spoke along the same lines. Messrs. McKeown Til- Ripley and others tourched on various phases of the matter Snd the then formally presented the to the'-mayo'r." urging- thp council to take up the .matter _ The Mayor's Attitude Mayor Adams said that he had not been, aware the matter was so im- portant a one and he was glad TTTIO 1. i .1 that ttie merchants ha-d taken It. up Thp council had been in communication General Superintendent Price the them of a number of railroad Of Trade He e was therp, was not a quorum of thp council in the city, butV wjuld get a meetHte together tomorrow (Thurs- falternoon. His. own, personal recollections of the matter -.when it n- to be a Permanent terminal dmsional point of Sa shap'e and plac the matter before, the citv counS ff f was authoiv to take any further steps that irught. be wished of it by thTcouncfl -After some further remarks b" the MARCONI IS ILL te Ayres.. states that Cuglielmo is ill on .board the steamer Mafalta and is returning to His .condition is said to -be ser TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS TWO Arsons escaped from Barrie Jail A reward of is offered lor tneir capture. on the Panama -canal Qas "been forward with such vigor that tnere are now ten and a half miles of 'tne waterway opened for ship traffic Catherine Leitefi, Of Glencoe, Out instantly killed' by a .street car m Detroit. At Berlin it fe .believed that" the merman government's revenue from new taxes -will fall short of Budget estimates. 1845 to 1910 FOR 65 YEARS Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawberry HAS BEEN CURING Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Colic, Stomach Cramps' Seasickness, Cholera In- fantum, Cholera Mor- bus, Summer Complaint, and all of the Bowels. Surely this is. recommenda- tion enough WHY SAY MORE? We wish to warn the public against being imposed on by unscrupulous dealers -who substitute the so-called Strawberry Ocrnpounds for Dr. Fow- ler's. Ask for Dr. Fowler's and in- sist getting it, as the cheap imitations may be dangerous to your health. The original is manufactured only by TlwT. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Oat Pries 35 when they took the notion that it was a and, leaving their Itad- ers behind, romped home easy win- ners, amid the cheers of the trowd. Good Poultry" Shq w The presence of--the" npalt'ry "was advertised by the ing. This: exhibit was very gcod, there being a good many .-arip'cs'and good competition for most of the prizes. There were thirty -three pens of chickens, three of turkeys, three of ducks and three of geese-. Sixty en- tries were made in the pouitrv Class- es-and Buff-Orpingtons-Had the larg- est share with Barred ilooks, Rocks, Brown and White Leghorns, Wyandpttes, Bantams end several'oth er varieties taking their proper share. Harry Ho.bson, entered some rate of birds -and a goodly number of-i-'prizes. -John E. Stevens, Sam Ingram, E. .N. Hard ing, and Mr. .Haycock took most of the prizes, and Sina' Hansen, W.' C. Ahlgrim and Mr. Haycock took the turkey, geese and duck cards. ..The first thing to meet ihe tye on entering the L.D.S. hall-was ihe foe exhibit of women's and gents' ings--from'ther two" stores owned by Campbell- Two oilier enterprising business firm's.-verfrtJ ere- namely, the Taber Trading Co., with an exhibit of stoves, and the -I. W Hill Co., with a splendid case of cut- lery and carpenters' tools, also Sharpies cream separators. These ex- hibits occupied the .centre of Ihe I all and around the sides, the- jraia, vege- tables, women's and .children's exhi- bits were arranged. _ Grain and. Vegetables The grain and vegetables were prob- ably not as good this year is they will be next year, owing to the tfrv season, but even so' some splendid specimens were shown.' 'Aniong the vegetables the most noticeable were the very fine potatoes which were both large and clean of scabs. There- were seven entries of spring wheat, three of -winter-wheat, five of oats and a few grasses. There was a fine bunch of timothy and wild brorr.e grass, the brome grass being al least four and a half feet high. Women's. Work The Taber women certainly showed their knack for fancy-work, quilt mak mg, etc., as there was a great variety of all these things as well as other samples of women's The Taber merchants should get wise to the advertising importance of their, fair and put in exhibits such-as Messrs. Campbell and Anderson had' -In the evening a dance was held-in the and .about-'one htm- twenty Tab'erites- tripped the the wee .small hours. worth are .being distri 'buted ready, for the -sending of natural gas from the Tiibury fields to London uni. tnusiasm, foj- they were engaged in a labor of love.: Such good progress made that in 1 1-4 hours from the time that work -begun the frame was up to the ,'square and the 'boards were rapidly (being fitted to their places. Uwing -to blowing at the time it -was deemed un-wise to proceed with tne, roof and -work coased at noon on Wedhestay. On. Thursday -morning early work with" the re- sult that at-the fend of a. worKins day tne workers nad-the satisfaction of ac- complishing the .task they had set for tnemselves. -By Thursday evening tne building presented quite a finish- ed as all that was neces- YOU MUST FACE THE CONDITIONS OF OLD AGE caa than the o of a tract buildings in LOW PRICES Thomas Crahan, Owner, Joe-Graf ton, Agent Alta. the 'WdrKers and on Thursday after- noon prepared tea' for them. .Practically every member of the on tiie Building and all with tne result, of their labor. AMERICANS WJLL DEVELOP. POWER ON ST. LAWRENCE WILSON. IB open to conduct i TT Alberta. Special attention given aying sold my. furniture business on Q-lyn Street my office for ..the. present .-will-, be at the' street, t WILSON FURNITURE CO, NORTH UETHBRIDQE; Phone 1023.-, sary was to put sningles on Jiak of tne roof. On., both days the ladies of the ciiurch served; a. substantial dinner to BrockviUe, Ont, Sept. ported on good -authority that in the near future construction work'for. de- veloping -power in the south 'Sault channel of the St. Lawrence, will be started. Long Sault Island and-main- land, which is entirely in American territory, will be commenced by the Long Sault. Development Company. It is also reported" that-the .Ontario and St. Lawrence Power Company intend developing, power -at Waddington, also entirely in American territory: if works should "go on the Canadian gov- ernment will 'most likely cause a thorough investigation' to" be "..made: to see" that the flow and. levels of" the: river on, the Canadian1 are not materially or prejudicially affected.7 ,itev; ;Mr- Marshall, of tron, .out... preachmg at Wesley cnur-ch, .Vancouver, a thief visited the vestry, and stole the clergyman's, aver nat. Your, complexion as _ M er '6y a difforder- ed liver.', -By .taking Chamberlain a Stomach, and.fLivPr Tablets improve both. .Sold by an Lethbridge's Greatest Home Fiirnishers 60S Reclpath work. The patchwork quilts were particularly noticeable, there being seven of them hung On the walls, mak mg a tapestry of rainbow aopear- ance The judge probably was'from the Emerald Isle as the red ticket was attached to a quilt containing much brilliant green. The table, load ed_ down with hand-embroMered work- covers, doilies, etc., represented enough hours.of work to make nearly a lne-time for person. The wo- men of Taber surely have the proper xhibition spirit. The Children's .Corner -The children had one corner all to themselves, it being decorated with colored maps; pencil drawfces Ples of hand-writing, etc. The best thing m this exhibit probably was the colored map of Canada dfawn by a sixth grade pupil. One Horse Race races ar- the Agriealtural So- i m and see the new Many fine opportunities to economize are tere. JBvery- thing is tere for the Tasteful Beautifying and Comfortable Outfitting of! the home y of furniture, carpetings and other home things -we have gathered together, have been f. painstaking care. We are sticklers for QUALITY, That is, quality asiwe understand a so often used to advertise cheap goods. Upon .CUE QUALITY have our principal claim to yom patronage. We believe that you want, not the cheapest stuff, we can procure, hut the best; for this we secure the products of the best manufacturers and try, as far as secure exclusive things, being careful to have them .measure up to the highest standard of artistic excellence Bedroom Furniture A well designed Bed, like the cut, in 4' 6" and 4' sizes. Best white enamel only is used. 1 1-16 inch posts. Room Furniture SI0.50 for this massive Sideboard as illustrated. Quarter cut oak finish, large British bevel glass, 3 drawers, 2 door cupboard We are not haying a'SA'LE but you will find our prices, quality considered, as low'as, if not lower, than any in Lethbridge. Before purchasing It will pay you to call and satisfy yourself that you a-re getting good goods at riglit prices. Dresses alone. Of course, there was a b K piue as to Whether the race sbouM f idea seemed lo e the Magrath horse, ;es decided to run wmch left the track for secomc er teiaS er. prince r> owner was wish tie ooteoL er. isgusted wisr, tie orricoaie d to wigsr all his ONT- Diners Set consisting of 5 side chairs and one arm chair, in golden oak finish, heavily carv- ed backs, brace arms. Set frieads' -veen the Lt-tajirjs TKnr f.n 4-1.., on me i of the crowv-l loft utls 'lar.sT. There was Vo st and the Ta- a- ber learn left the field in the middle oi Jie second half because the referee' Mr. Stevens of Lothbr.idge, allowed a goal which they claim was scored on an oft-side. teams were McLach'lan, goal' Nichol- For fine dresser in quarter cut oak finish, same as cut except that it is a two drawer one. for a beautifully designed and well made Prin- cess Dresser in mahogany veneer, large oval British bevel have competent men to sen< pair attended to. for and place Linoleum. Shades and Gar ;