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Victory for -the Oregon Breeders ed From
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captured the first prizes, and cornered the day at from 1X.O00 to 3000. TfcrouKh
most or the others as well, ai! the stuWes the visitors crowded manl-
iestenlay s attendance was the heaviest festlng; a live interest in the fine aalmate
or any day since tlie livestock- show The grandstand was ftlloa all the aftcr-
(vJOnson;'all.v .UmHto6 place the noon, as there was much to see from this
nMmborjoplc wh were there daring point ot tago In the xJfiSJEl
HIGH PRAISE FROM AN EDITOR - . '
. JI" Goo4n- t'rtal rtaff Brewers' Gazette. ChicKo-Tb!i exhibit Is a"rve.
laUea evon to as Bartern mi tyJm knew eometblng or the kind f bleed rd mock
brinCinK aUt here- oattlc. thB Short borr. Jer
ri!. Hre UtlQUMUnab,y U,p cxhlWU, of thoso breed ever brought
T T "!ndAne) t" the popularity of livestock shows with the publics,
The distinguishing feature of the cattle how U that thnre Is very MtUe inferior
eteck. in fact there are practically no flub-stsadard animals here
ThC k rft!,T,':11,lt " mad our Eastern Importers, with the .nota
ble exception of Clydesdales by Oregon and Wyoming cxMWtfcr. and they arc a
very l' M The standard set by the Berkshire and Poland China swine is
on a nar with the bmt mate fairs In the West, and the stock Is of high tye.
In the thee, some of those shewn are not surpassed anywhere In . the world.
One of the Judges who 1 thoroughly familiar with the subject, told me that there
are no finer Ramboulllots In France than the Oyegon product bW heraT Jd
Gibson, of Canada, stated that the Cotsvwrid sheep were fully cqnal to aaymng be
would expect to ee In Canada, . aaywinff He
This show had the good fortune .to set off on, the right foot to begin with All
was In reading for the exhibitors when the stock arrived, the stalls being bedded
the management d curves much credit There" has not been a ripple of dlwatlsfac-,
lion, not a complaint of any kind, and everybody fecla perfectly 'at bome.ad aU
have been royally entertained. . - , ;. au
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"Wigold St. Ueller, Opt prlxo aged Jersey bull, owned by IV. S. ladd wtale. rortland.
tBpton Broadhooks. rcAerre champion Shorthorn bull, winner of flrt prire 2-jear old clasn. owned by Charles E. ldd.
Iird lalrfax. sweptakei Ayrshire bull, owned by Mrs. William lloneyman. rortland. " v
IDannle Girl, ch amnion AH-rr1iwn m.. ..-.i 1 m n-n, . i
vPfaumoat, flrst priro Herrford bull, owned by Steward Jt Hutcheon. Btoc'kow. 3Iont. ' i
Ole of the W. S. Ladd estate's priie-wlnnlnc Jerseys. " - 1 "
vDbrene. 2-rrar-old Percheon. uvmiri nrt n.-. 1 it-t 1.11- n -.-i 1 n. ' -
Seaconsfleld, champion, Suffolk fttatllon. owned by .. fteuoa &, Son. Danville, I1L - '
Prmler IMace, flrft priro Clydesdale stallion, owned by II. M. Vaey. Ladnrr, B. C. ' " '
Kmnlbal, first prize German Coach talllon. J. Crouch & Son. et Lafayette. Jnd. " f i" - .
Glint Jack from Tike. County. Jack Farm. , - " -- . I
Doren, Rrand champion any aje rercheons. owned by XcLaajthlhyBro, of Col umbos, O- '1 ' -
,Bu)ts. under 1 year First. Meteor: second.
Ruby ."Kins, both exhibited by Cogawei! &
Cows, .1 years or over First. Sweet Bos. ex
hibited by Ctfjwelt & Miller: second. Bere R.. 1
Gcorse M. Lazelfe: third. Soashine. 'Cosiweit I
l& Miller; fourth. Morr. George M. Laaelle. '
Heifers. 2 years an a ur.ar a First and thirrii
bwon by Xarctea and Sweet Roso. Cogswell
jg .Hiuer; uecond, Mva, G. M. LazeU.
horses wilcl were "being exercised and
paraded fcf the benefit ot the judges. The
Hunt Clutfwis well represented in a spe
cial conteit lite in the afternoon.
Today tltcltables -will be open to the
public all jlaj-. ' There is no programme
other that ' tie excrclsirfg- of horses in
the arena, ,0a Monday afternoon a parade
of the prfzrwiiners Is being arranged for.
The compile list of awards made yes
Aged herd Jlrst prize awaMvdo to C E.
Clarke, St. .tlud; . Minn.;" second,- w.- ic
Brown & Stk!4prttXioa, Mo. -
IVirE" herds JfijBc m oa "aj'cd brrdt. '
Get of one sire First prize awarded to W.
M. Brown 4 Son; second. C. E. Clarke.
Produce of one cow First and -third prize
won by- C E. Clarke; second. W. M. Brown
Si Son. i
Galloway &ec W ' "Prise. '
- For excellent jstock a list of special awar
was tet apart by the American Galioway
Breders Association. The "prizes -werj dis
tributed according to the official awards, and
are aa follows:
Best bull. 3 year old or over Won by
"Worthy in. exhlblted-by C -E. Clark, j
Best bull under on .year Won' by .Black
Itolht III. exhibited by a Clarke.
Best cow." 3 -year or over Won by Eva
line. II of Avondale. exhibited . by W. M.
Brown & Sea. -
Hjlfer. 2 years and under Won by .Gnu
f ildwoodr exhibited y same.
Heifer. IS and under 24 " months Won bj;
Lady May II. exhibited by C E. Oarke.
Heifer. 12 and under IS mnths-7-Won by
Lady Charlotte, exhibited by rame.
Heifer, six months and under 12 Won by'
Cora of Meadow Lawn, exhibited by same.
Heifer, under 0 month Won by Sadie off
jjeaoow uwn. exhibited by same.
Aged herd Won by C. E. Clarke.
Toung herdr. get of one sire, produce, of one
sire, all won by C. E. Clarke.
Awards on Hcd FolW Cattle.
Bulls. 3 years or over First prize won by
George Washington III. exhibited fby Cogswell
Miller. Burton. Wwb: second, Lacey, ex
hibited by George M. Lazelle. .Oregon City.
Bnlls.-l-year or under 2 First prise won-by-Master,
exhibited, by Coxwell tc Miller; sec
ond, Coliunbo. exhibited by same.
Heifer 1 year and under 2 First and
fourth. Audelle and Garnet. G. M. Lazelle;
sococd and tbtai. Daughter and Susan. Cogs
well J? Mtllw.
Heifers, under 1. year-Flrst. sscond and
third, won by Xarclfsa, Sunlight and Prlm
toee, shown by COfiawell & Miller: fourth,
Evangeline. G. M. Lazolo.
Aged herds First. Cogawell & Miller: sec
ond, G. M. Lazelle.
WILL ESTABLISH STABLES HERE
J. Crouch, senior member of J. Crouch & Son. Lafayette. Ind.. whose stable 0r
40 horses, took IS cbamplosfihig, grand championship and Junior championship
awards. " and 4S first prizes: "1 faavo attendd, tho shows at Chicago. St. "Louis
and' Toronto. This show .compares favorably with the Toronto exhlblt..-whlclv,ls
the largest annual shew of livestock. In the work!. ' This ehow Is about on a par
with that at tha Pan-American SxposttkM at Buffalo bur the grounds "are much
better and-exhibits larger. Quality of uteck shown In horses and cattle'. Is superior,
to apy exhibit I havef ever -attended.
-"I do net know concerning the other classes of livestock exhibited, because I
have not had anapportunlty to inspect the sheep; nwlne and goat exhibits. However,
I am told -they are equally good. We are thoroughly satisfied with a record of up
wards of " 60 awards for our, stable- of 40 horse. Breeders of the East and Middle
Wear had no' Idea of the Northwest country until now, and "we are almply amazed
that auch a magnificent climate for livestock exists of which w.e knew so little,
comparatively speaking-. We knew that Oregon. Washington, Idaho and California
people are appreciative of good stock and have been raising the standard . for
several years paat. but did not appreciate that conditions arc so much superior to
other sections. Not one of odr horses has contracted a cold or aliment. here after
. the long, tiresome trip. ?hlch la remarkable, for we lose horses occasionally as
the result of colds contracted at our homcyplace. " -:'
"JVc think so much of the climate, and advantageous transportation facilities of
Portland being far ahead lp this regard of any -other Pacific Coaat point that we.
.shall, establish one of our departments here and permanently maintain strong
.tables." . " - ' . .. "-t-