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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta \ PAGE EIGHT THE LETllBRIDGE OAILIf HERALD WKDNESDAY. AUGUST 7, I'JIS mmu IE OF LO.S. cm HELOMGi �4! loiiilorehl-.i n tliu Stako cliorisCer, .1. Krnnk /.pyiii', w;'.s hiKlily coiiiiilimem-. el !).v llif viyiK rs. 'I'hi'si' v.cm li]liU>!-i Iiii-h;iri! I'. Uyiiinu of (luvova. Mr. ' rojH-. ihi- ;iritiiii'c!. is also liiTO ill liis (ilTi.'ir.l i;\:Ki;;iy and is inaUi'.iK . Iiis aiinii.-it in.~-;n'>tlon. Mrs. '/ina V. i Cv.ri\. 'mcthor of t'linlstoa." was also '.'ii'-'-nt .it t!-,i c'v.ifi.vi'nr- sessions as | >tit' is l:cri' vi-iliii!,' Ilic n~siiloiU mom-j j liers of bev far.iily. Koports Avi inado liy I'ros. Tlios. ; Dui-o as to till' tfiako unulitions and' __ activitii's, all brlnp shown lo bo in a| (Fn-vm Oxir Own i�'^rn sn.ir'-'ni) j Leu as io Ills mis; ion npoa t.K" Sar.ioaii ' Cirdaton. Ann:. The wt-.-ithcr man i I?ia;v,is v.I.cro in' siv.it soiac llirtM' an;! C-'ivo us a niio r.iiii iluriiii; Miv niKhi ; a half yciirs. and In- .Miss Ktta Dowillo I nnJ while those with lir.y down inHy ; who has jnst n'tiiin-.-d froai tiio Worth-' not apprerinto it. tlio-psilU lo tho lato . ,.rn States :ni:sioa, where sho labor-Ki-ain and all that in:!y br ovit lur tfod j od as a niissionaiy in Chicago and AVii; bo diH-iiledly lu'nefiiial ; Dooa-i!;-. 'Iliiuds and later in Minue- Hay hunters from the north are ! ;-.polis. By reiiti'.s; of Pres. Wood, .Miss roiurninR with varyiui.' reports ;;.s to - Uowdle .s.ing \t'ry erodi'.ably "Sentter to the available feed to be had. I'res, Sunshine." Xarge Audiences Allond Services - Many Prominent Speakers Present Anutiier eu.ioy;ible musieal number [ was that by I'rot. Loo. M. Coombs, of T.ethbruige. ".lesus Savior, Pilot .Me." Elder Rieliard U. Lyman gave the chief discourse of tho openinK Kihv. J. Wood, with >.!essrs. .las. K Xlelsen and C. T. Marsden. ,!r.. b.ad a very successful trip to tho Lesser Slave Lake country and located a good area oC hay land. Some parties are shippin.a: sheep to .,;,.;^j;;;V 'rtwellint,' upon the greatness the north 'with a view to savins all ,f a nation wheioin many peoples are possible of the naslure here for winter; i,|^,,,i,,| as evidence^ in the present "30. I world struBKle where 'he Canadian as L. D. S. Quarterly Conference : jiio ii y soldiers had so siR- There was a Kood at tendance on ,;ii!v ,li?iin!fr'uished themselves. So toe "Saturday morning at ten a.m. when;,,.ith the Church of Latter Dav Sainl.i the first session of the Alberta Stake ,,embtrs gathered from all nations. ConferencD convened in the Taber ,.ii,nved its strength and readiness nacle. Over 650 were present, a goodly ;, ,1,;, ^orld struggle both financially number coming from Claresholni. mafcriallv. Tho speaker brought Stavely, Champion and Frankburg to s^Voetings and blessings from Presi-Hsten to the church leaders. ,lent .Tus. F. Smith to the Alberta The music by the choir under the ^ plaints. -----I Steady Progress Bishop John Wells recounted the 'gradual but steady progress of the ' people in these Canadian stakes. The CATTLE AWARDS LET H. ElBITION MOTHERS TO BE ; attendance at this opening Tho tollowhiK are additional aivnrds in Iho entile classes ut tlie Lethbridge Exhibtllon: Jersey bull, 3 years or over-lat. J. Harper and Sons, Westlock. .lorsey bull, 2 years-1st, J, Harper and Sons. Jersey bull, .senior yearling-lat, J. Hiifpor and Sons. Jersey bull, .iunior yearling-1st. J. Harper and Sons. \ Jersey bull, senior calC-1st and :.;nd, J. Harper and Sons. Jersey huli, ,1nnIor laif-let, I'nd 'and :ird, J. Harper and Sons. 1 Jersey bull, senior cbaninion. 2 1 years or over-1st, J. Harper, and j Sons. ; Jersey Hull, Junior cliampion, undor ; yofirs-1st. J. Harper and Sons. Jersey bull. graiKl champion-1st ' anl Jud. J. Harper and Sons. Jersey Cow, ;; years or over-1st ! and 2nd. J. Harper and sons; 3rd, Iicrtormer. The duets by Miss Ferreil  Uord in K. Watt, Lethbridge. and Master Anthon Kerrel, Clenwood. I Jersey heifer. L' years-1st and 2nd, and tho little Misses Rice, of Cnr(fs-i J. Harper and.Sons, ton, were greatly enjoyed aiid elicit.'d i Jersey heifer, senior luucli favorable conunent. i J. Harper and Sons. This was tho children's session of, .letsey heifer, junior yearling-Isi the conference and they wore present aiiti liisi, J. Harper and Sons, in large numbers. Pres. Wood made, i Jersey hei'er. senior calf-1st and as always, a few happy introductory! j,,i_ j "naiper and Sons, remarks and was followed by Mr. S.; ,]e!.;,>v heifer, junior calf-1st, Williams briefly dwelling on the Top- jiarper and Sons, ic Growth Through Activity." i .jersev fomale, aenio Mrs. Zina Y. Card, one of the prim- .^.g,,,.j, over-1st I yearling-lal. J. ary association general board mem hers, addressed the aduience, allud-! ing especially to the work of this as-' sociation upon the history and doings senior champion, 2 Harper and Sons. Jersey female, junior champion, under 2 years-1st, .1, Harper and Sons. . ,of the pion'eers of 1S47. Personal ex-' , '^'"'"'e, grand session; ,^,.ie,pg^ of the 24th of July celebra- ^- ""iPer ""'l champion- was greater than that ho had witness-j f^^j ,, f^g cottoiiwood Canyon when: J'^r^^y t'lroe. the gel of one bull- ed wliere the.'-e was a population of C.O'Ki people in the ^take. The morale of our allied troops v.-as a cause of luide and so too was the morale of the people of this, the .-Mberia stake. the news of Johnston's army being -' Harper and Sons, sent to rtah were verv interestingly' Jersey two. the progeny of one cow recounted to the delight of the child- -l^^- J- Harper and Sons, ren and adults as well. .lersey herd, h,iill. 2 years or over. Snpt. 0. E. Cahoon. of Alberta : 1 'ears-lal Ltty.iock and McDonald. Ayrshire three calves undor 1 year^ owned by e.vhlbitor-lat Laycock and McDonald. Urown Swiss bull, 3 years or over- lat .\. J. Joyal, ifnzeniuore, Sask. llrown Swiss bull, Vearllng-lat A. J. Joyal. Urown Swiss bull, senior calf-1st A. .1. Joyal. nrown Swiss bull, fiotiior champion. 2 years or ovat;-1st A. J. Joyal. Brown Swiss bull. Junior chnmpion, under 2 years-1st. A. J. Joyal. Urown Swiss bull, grand champion- Ist A. J. Joyal. Hrown Swiss cow, 3 years or over- Isl and 2iul A. J. Joyal. Hrown Swlsa hoi'tor,- 2 ye^rs-lat and 2nd A. J. Joyal. Brown Swiss heifer, senior calf- lat A, J. Joyal. Brown Swiss helfcr, junior calf- Ist and 2nd A. J. Joyal. Brown Swiss female, senior champion, 2 years or over-1st A. J. Joyal. / Brown Swiss female, junior champion, under 2 years-1st A. .(. Joyal. Brown Swiss female, grand chnmpion-1st .\.. .1. Joyal. Brown Swiss three, the got of ona bull-1st A. J. Joyal. Brown Swiss two. the progeny of one cow-1st A. J. Joyal. . Brown Swiss jimior herd, hull and three females, under 2 years-1st A. J. Joyal. Brown Swiss three calves, under 1 year-1st A. J. .Kjyal. Grade Cattle-dairy cow, 3 years or over-1st Laycock and McDonald; 2'.id S. C. Prichard, Camroso, Alta.; 3rd Laycock and McDonald. Grade cattle-dairy heifer, 2 years -lat Lnycock and Mt^Donnlil. Grade cattle-;!alry heifer, under 2 year.s-1st Laycock iind .McDonald; 2iid Norman Gurry Lethbridge, Alia, tirade caillc-dairy, three tciualea owned by exhibitor-1st Laycock and "McDonald. Grade cattle-beef heiCer, 2 years- 1st S. C. Prichard. Grade caltle-boef heifer, yearling -1st B. S. I'liwson, Coaldale, Alia. IX-ifry heifers, born in 'jDlT, puro bred or grade, to bo ahown In good growing condition, to bo judged from tho hroedcr'a standpoint, Kllriti' iind lioy�' Dept.)-lat Uoo. F. W. Lowe Lethbridge, Alta, A bull niooao .strolled into the stroeta of l/iiper Qtiehoc and look re fngo from a crowd'^iC boya, runnlnn Into the eniirtydrd of .Mr. Henri Doa-rivieres. .\lr. Dnsrlevloros killed the anmnl. JVhat Is Nuxafedlron ? Phytidan Explains-Says Public Ought To Know What They] Are Taking-Practical Advice on What To Do To , Build Up Your Strength, Power and Endurance and Increase the Red Blood Corpuscles. TIic faet that N'lix.ilcd Iron is (odjy hring self with cxrpNent rpsuln. Tliirc are cvii>lc nnumUy aamls of tlt-licatc. nrrvnufl, TuiVdown folks otul that fo in.iny .iil>,vsiciati'� .iro j)re-cril)ii_H; who need just-lucti ,l prpp.irntioii as this hut at^.ts ,1 tonic, slri'iiiUh niul hlood Imildcr in entuM,s physician ,ne.r,urlh the cost and by using metallio carious we are in duty bound to recommrn.l '�ivc inipa.re.I its Iher.ipeutic eflicaey. In it for the welfare of our palicnls. .\ study '"V "I'"""" I eNannnatioii of lll.J of the composition of the Xuxated Iron for- formula hy any physician or pharmacist niula so impr.-Fseil n'r -^vilh the Mierapeulic should convine? hun that ^u.^3ted Iroi> i9 cITicaev of tho product that I imuudi.ilcly be pl.nced arnoMB the very highest class Itjledit in a nimiher of ohslinate eases. .So and most siriclly ethical prcp.irallouJ known (ftiirkly did it inerenso the slrcn:(th, Ciiergi' to meilie.al science. It excels anything I and endurance of thn patients to whom it have ever used for bulldintr up the systent -.vas administered that 1 became firmly con- anrl incrcasinp thft red blood corpuscles vinced of its remarkable v.ilue as a tonic thereby enrirhing and fortityins the blood .-.n J blood builder. \ have since taken it iny. against the ravages of disease. Should Read Mrs. Monyhan'a Letter Published by , ...................... Her Permlssirn ''^*^p|' "ijintaiu .----- Ti^~r---*........ .^.iimu.ij IIH.-11-- was an attendance i>cget�i>le Compound helped me so much of nearly eight hundred and the vis-during, the time I jtors occupied the time with inspiring waslookinpforward illscourses. Two special musical num-1 tcthe coming of my i.trs were greailv cnjoved. Mr. Vernon' little one that I am ! Coonihs of Lethbridge singing "Cal-recommending It to varv^' and Mrs. Ida Archibald Brown otherexpectant -Mv Father Knows." mothers. Before taking it, somedaya I EUifered with neu. ralgia so badly that I thousht I could not live, but after taking three bottles of LydiaE. Pink- Sunday morning sessions began at : !4 a.m.. the bishops and ward clerks I meeting v.-ith the members of the pre-I siding bishopric present. Elder John I Weils, who instructed in statistical ; and clerical work required In each : ward. The Sunday School workers conven- tion here. NEWS NOTES Mrs. Raechel r.eil, wife of .\lfred Bell, of Sarnia, was found dead in a tent on the shore of Lake Huron, i and indications are that she died in ny medicme do me so n-.uc'.i jrood."-Mrs. Peakl monyhah, Mitcholl, Ir.d, Good health during maternity is a most imnortant factor to both mother lerest was manifested. Big Audience ^\Tiea the general conferepce sion was resumed at 10.30, ther sea-was and child, and many letters have been an audience of over 1.200 people. The received by the Lydia E. Pinkhara choir was in full attendance and its Wedic:na Co., Lynn, JIass., telling of w-ork was inspiring. A piano solo bv healthreatf^ddurinsthis trying period j .Miss Thelma Reeder. 'Xearer My God by the use Jersey, 3 calves under 1 year, own-story of Abraham Lincoln's honesty ert- by e.xhibitor-list J. Harper and and its application was obvious to all.' Sons. .�V detaileil announcement of the Big iiolstein bull. 0 years or over-1st si.\ day Chautauqua was made by Mr.: jog Laycock. Okotoks, Alta.; 2nd J. Y. Card on behalf of the organiza-1 jjoj-j n,fl Devine, Lethbridge; 3rd " �� ' lOeo. Bcvington, Wlnterbuin. Alta. Molstein bull, 2 years-1st Geo. Bevington; 2nd Jos. H. Laycock. Holstein bull, senior yearling-1st Geo. Bevington. Holstein bull, junior yearling-Ist Jos. H. Laycock; 2nd Geo. Bevington; Ist Geo. Lay- 1st Jos. .Ington; 3rd Jos. H. Laycock. Holstein bull, senior champion. 2 years or over-1st Jos. ft. Laycock; 2nd Geo. Bevington. Holstein bull, junior champion, un-U-omen'r^a^Honc'Li^i^gnrha;'"^:;;!-?^:; -JfltZ}^ Battalion of Death among the Rus sian women in America, the Russian formed in the United States. Such , . an enterprise, they feel, should stir , Holstein bull graiid chainpion-lst to action the 200,0C0 able-bodied Rus- �^�?: 1^- I-ayf^ock; 2nd Geo. Bevington, slan women in that cuuntry The first , "olstein cow. 3 years or ovor-ist woman to enlist was Mrs. Lvdia P.-o- haycock; 2nd Geo. B^ington; Jos. H. Laycock. Holstein bull, grand champion- choroff, who was a tas^hlouable dancer and acire.So in Russia.* New Ford Management Out to Give Service ^ Realizing that service is the big thing in the automobile business, that customers want reliable work and prompt courteous attention we are emphasizing this at our garage. When you come here you will find some one ready to look after your business. We must give service to make you want to come again-^and we v/iU give you the kind of service you want. Our repair department is under the management of the best mechanic we could find and all work will be right in every detail. TRACTORS ^ This is the tractor the provincial government distributed over the ijrovince this spring, it is giving good satisfaction. Its reliability has been proven. We have a full line of repairs for this tractor on hand. ^We have on hand a COMPLETE STOCK OF REPAIRS AMD ACCESSORIES of Ford Cars and Trucks and can fill any orders on short notice. FORD C. C. McCREERY, Manager AGE, H. E. MEIBACH, Proprietor Be^ingt 3rd Jos. H. Laycock. Holstein heifer. 2 years-1st and 2nd Jos. H. Laycock; 3rd Geo. Bevington.; Holstein heifer, senior yearling- 1st Jos. 11. Laycock; 2nd Geo. Bevington; 3rd Jos. 11. Laycock. Holstein heifer, junior yearling- 1st Geo. Bevington; 2nd and 3rd Jos. H. I.,aycdck. Holatein heifer, senior calf-l3t Jos. H. Laycock; 2nd and 3rd Geo. Bevington. , Holstein heifer, junior calf-1st Jos. H, Laycock; 2nd Geo. Bevington; 3rd Jos. H. Laycock. " Holstein female, senior champion, 2 years or over-1st and 2nd Jos. H. Laycock. , , Holstein female, junior champion, under 2 years-1st Jos. H. Laycock; 2nil Gen. Bevinglon. Holstein female, grand champion- Ist and 2nd ,lo.-i. H. l..aycock. Holstein thvop, the get o� one bull- ; let Jos. H. Laycock. Holstein two. Iho progeny of one cow-1st Geo. 'I'.evington. Holstein herd, bull 3"year8 or over. 1 cow 3 years or over, 1 heifer 2 years, 1 heifer yearling aqd 1 heifer calf-Isl Jos. 11. Laycock; 2nd Geo. Bevington. Holstein junior Herd, bull and 3 females under 2 years-IsL Jos. H. Laycock; 2nd Geo. Bevington. Holstein three, t'alves under 1 year, owned by exhibitor-1st Goo. Bevington; 2nd Jos. 11. Laycock. i .\yrshiro bull. :; years or over- | lat and 2nd Laycock alid McDonald, i Calgary, Alta. .\yr.shire hull, junior yearling-lat Laycock -and .McDonald. Ayrshiri! bull, senior calf-1st and 2nd Laycock and .McDonald. i Ayrshire bull, junior caU-1st, 2nd j and ;!rrt Lnycock and McDonald. I Ayrshire bull, senior champion, 2 j years or over-Ist Laycock and Mc-i Donald. \ Ayrshire bull, junior champion, un- 1 dor 2 years-1st Laycock and Mc-lOon- i aid. i Ayi'.'diire bull, grand champion-1st I and 2nd l.aycoc k and McDonald. j Ayridiire cow. $ years or over-Isl. ' 2nd and 3nl Laycock and McDonald. -Ayrsliire heifer," 2 years-Ist and 2nd Laycock and .McDonald. Ayrshire heifer, sonlor yearling- 1st and 2nd Laycock and .\lcDonald. Ayrshire heifer, junior yearling- 1st and 2nd Laycock and McDonald. Ayrshire heifer, senior calf-1st Laycock and .McDonald. Ayrshire female,, senior champion, 2Years or over-1st Laycock and Mc-Donijld, Ayrshire female, junior champion, tinder, 2 years-let and 2nd Laycock and McDonald. Ayrshire fonialo, grand .nhampfon- iBt Laycock uiul J(cDou(ild. ' Ayrshire tlirDc, the get of one bull--1st Laycock and McDonald. Ayrsti^r* two, tho progeny of one co^^)wlst liA^'cock aai McDonald, 2 THURS. - FRIMY LADIES' HIGH TOP SHOES White kid, grey, brown and bjack. Regular ?9.00 to $12.00, tor MEN'S HIGH SHOES All leathers, lace and button. Worth ?7.00 to ?10.00, for W. J ^SEE WINDOW DISPLAYS NELSON SHERLOCK BUILDING &CO. CI What is conceded to be the most beautiful car ever shown on the streets of Calgary arrived in Lethbridge this afternoon. It will be on exhi-bition here for two or three days. Do not fail to see it. N. ;