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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALP WKDNKSDAY, DKCKMBKK li, Want Increase Wages 'Tlio streol railway i-mplur tlie lattst In apm'oadi llir oil oil for tin Increase lu wayos 10 the high ''ost of HviiiK. ThiMi1 fKtioil will lie cmislihTiMl after lirst of the year along will' tli o( oilier cimnloycHs. iii'inl t'xpwi tii riiiTy from I lo explained In funnel's mid busl- Mn'clooil nny trophies soiison. Alllni'ss men ot Wnrwr rlilliiK to Boc.uro tin' liniil't'i-K lire In it so I'mances must RUIIWIHIB contributions. Some of lite 'n !v- iui'trest conlrilmlionrt eume from now Many Exhibitors From Letli- dfjc'. Tuber and Other Prairie Points Look it Tongue! Move Poisons From Liver and Bowel at Once. uio. Dec. -Tlio speomi cxhitii- 011 held under the aii.-qmTs of tlie ooifituv District Poultry ami 1M Stock opened here morn- ing- u'ittt a most gratifying display of Mother! Your cbild isn't naturally j cross and peevish. See it tor.sue is copied; tills is 11 sure sisn stomach. liver ami bow-la ........I official I of! juda Over Uiri'f liuiulreil birds on fxhiMtioii and foriy-i'our exhibitors a we're on lijml to I ,t luuid in the mm LOSES LIFE Pound Beneath Overturned Auto Alan Taken For Dead Tho Infants' CiirU- of thu Methodist church In-Ill. :i on Saturtluy. tnts served ami titt a rcault they to ilieir treasury thy sum of Mrs. Swinnerton and family Imvo left for tho cast, where they will spend the next ilnve mouths, forme ti from across the Him. dm Ohlarlo i'nnuor made a con- tribution, ol1 at the Lucky Striiiu niiH'tiiig mid Jll'ty dollar and twenty- flvts dollar subscriptions wore com- moil at Luck Strike and foremost. 10 ill.. .Maoleod. Doc. roads lead to Macleod. -On one of these is a smalt coulee. As one of our wheat groweis WHS hauling his loud of gold nuggets tu market on Saturday, a few miles from town', he espied an over-! turned auto, and on examination found! a man was umh'ineath. and unable tolForemOSt May Raise move. He unhitched his horses, and Karl 11. Von Wit-Maud cables to the M. V. World, "There lias been con- sideraltlc hettinp in llorlln and Vienna tu tho last few days on peace by Was- te r." lie pence news fills the Teuton [miter's. Auxiliary Control An auxiliary control biles invented by a New Yorker en- ables u person in the' back seat of a car. by pressing a button, to stop it in an emergency. with some dtflimUiy released the man. Other Communities Are Doing Well leaspoonful. and in a .few hour? all the foul waste, sour bile and ferment- ing food which is clogged in the bow- els passes out of the system, and you have a well playful child again. All children love this harmless, delicious "fruil and it never fails effect a good "inside" cleansing. Di- rections for babies, children of all uses and grown-ups are plainly on the bottle. Keep it handy in your home. A little Riven today saves a sick child tomov- row. but. set the genuine. Ask your druggist for a 50-eent bottle of "Cali- Icrnia Syrup of Figs." then look and see that'it is made by the California j-jg Syrup SALTS WE FOR Flush the Kidneys Once When Hurts c-r Slsddcr Bothers. No man or woman regularly can mr.ke vlio eats meat mistake by flushing" the kidneys occasionally, says a well known authority. Meat forms uric acid which clogs the kidney pores so they sluggishly filter or strain only part of the waste and poisons from the blood, then you get sick. Nearly all rheumatism, headaches, liver r-trvQUsness. constipation, dizziness, sleeplessness, bladder disorders come arom sluggish kidneys. The moment you feel dull ache in ihe kidneys or your back hurts, or if the urine is cloudy, offensive, full oi sediment, irregular of passage or at- tended by a sensation of scalding, get slim-it foiir ounces of Jud Salts from any reliable pharmacy and take a tablespoonfu! in a glass at water be- fore breakfast for a few days and your kidneys will then act fine This _.fam-1 JicKeller. of Taber, is is made from the acid of exbifaitor and is taking some grapes ana 1-mon juice, combined the prairie witli liUiia and has been used for ,.ear Last year -Mc.j eller was the largest single exhibi-; tor ai the. show, but he has confined his exhibit this year mostly to Light' Brahmas. There are many Fernif-i to say that there many birds the exhibit that would compete most successfully against the best birds in the two prairie provinces. He men- tioned several yens as heinit especial- ly notable for their quality, but it would hardly be fair to mention names. He did. however, grow -so enthusiastic over a black (Leghorn cc-ck from Coal Creek as to declare that the owner need not hesitate to place his bird in competition with the very best birds in that class to be seen anywhere. Several of the local fanciers are go- ing to lake their birds to ihe Alberta provincial show which opens at Me- dicine Hat on the 26th inst. There are birds irom Vernon. Calgary, Ta- ber, Lethbridge, Cranbrook. AYaldf and Coal Creek, most of them secur- ing some prize in their classes. The Orpington family of birds leads off with the most numerous display, the whiles heading the list with blacks, buffs and blues following. Wyandottes arc next in number, with the whites in the preponderance. Light Urah- mas are fairly well represented, but the Plymouth Rocks are not so much in evidence as at last year's show. The Leghorn family are uot so nu merous in the peas as last year, but a few of the black variety from Coal Creek are attracting much attention. Rhode Island Reds are also less num- erous than last year, but there are some fine birds of this family on show. One pen from Vernon, is the; farthest from home of any display in j the hall. There are several other breeds on i exhibition in smaller numbers; but; the Orpingtons and Wyandottes seem to be the DOpular birds this year, and; are strikingly predominant in this j year's exhibition. This indicates a tendency to stick to the fowls of the uiGst- general uso as against fancy: breeds. Dr. Thompson, of Lethbridge, pen of tine Rhode Island in to give him for saving his life. The jiuto Ini been in a hospital I'incc. 11. Long, farming ;i few lu'Ul at llilk River. Two Fifteen school, Aliovijum Foremost und That beautiful, even shade oi dark, Lucky Strike. Warner is asked glossy hair can only be had by brewing secretary.! back tho natural color and lusire of The light flurry of snow last night Yon simply dampen a sponge or soft not enougii-'to prevent Ihresherai Sunday morning. I. K -Miller is look- brush with it and draw this through fine, after the fund there. At Kippen- the hair, taking one small strand at a from working on this very Tbe" roads ville a mecUng WHS held Sunday after- 1 time; by morning farmers are verv busv hauling noon. D. D. Mm JdlsaBpeared. and a there. wheat. Macleod Curling Club has reorgan- ized and elected officers for the year. and rinks will be chosen this week very generou after- 1 time; by morning the gray hair li fter another appli- Fifteen was canon it becomes beautifully dark to the fund last year and appears glossy and lustrous. This a lid" may raise ?500 this year. Milk j ready-to-use preparation is a delight- River has already secured three times (ful toilet reiiuiste for those who desire quite'as much as was collected there last: dark hair and a youthful appearance, evident that all neighboring rinks year. Tho needs of the fund, only need .U is not intended for the cure, miti- "_________________________________gation or prevention of D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd., Druggists. j Lethbridgc, from the list of members, The Board of Railway Commission- ors has authorized for the carriage of freight .traffic that portion of the C. P. El. Letlibritlyo-Wtyburn line from Ptikowki.to iManyborries on.which the steel lias'Just, beun laid. iMtuiylWi'les "to the railway world so far as freight BhlpmenL? are concurn- od, and'the company is now accept- inx "freight to and from that point. "NOT ON YOUR LIFE" I'm Going to Quit, Said Bitty Sunday Hoston, Nov. Sunday em- phatically denied today tluit he in- tended to retire next year from re- vival work. "Not on your Hfe." shouted tho evangelist Hi milking" reply to tho (juery. 'T sluUI' 'iireach as long as the Lord lots -mo -keen -my voice and while my legs. are. .strong enough-.to prop me up., "I pray the Lord will let. me keep on fighting tlie Dex'il uuti! the'very hour when 'He1 "flint's enough. Billy; come up .higher.'." MRS. RERNS' ADVICE To Weak, Nervous, Run-Down Women So. Cumhcrlnml, a tiiiu) 1 iwiTui't'd from a nurvoiiy hrvik- down. 1 could not out or Mlutjp and wtip no wt'iik I could hardly walk. My IUIK- baiul heard ubuni Vlnul and got me lo' try it. Now I have good appetite, Bleep Boundly tuid-am well nml alroug. Evory uurvous, run-down woman should try U. KeaniH. Vluol is n dclicioim reconstructive tonk1 which wu gtuirautoc to ureiUo a healthy appetite, aid digestion and make puro healthy D. inbothanl Co., Ltd.. Druggists, Leth- bridge. Also at TTTe best druggists in all Alborta CURES SKIN AFFECTIONS One package proves it. Sold and guaranteed by above Vinol druggist. Wants Thawing Machine Commissioner Freeman has to the city council that the city purchase an electriciil thawing ma- chine for thawing city water servicos and hydrants. Tlie coat will be about Last winter it cost to do this work. Silk clothes and woollen clothes should be washed separately. j jWflfte -in- Canada Printed in Lethbridge HRISTMAS GREETING YOU CAN HAVE YOUR OWN GREETINGS PRINTED ON YOUR CARDS IF YOU GET THEM AT THE HERALD JOB DEPT. eratioos to flush, clogged kidneys and stimulate them to activity, also [o neiiiralize the acida in urine so it no longer causes irritation, tints ending bladder disorders. recent Ilthfa-water drink- which all I ar m of hue lurds 'regular meat eaters should take now mT v _ >'ana then to keep the kidneys clean t R- or est Fernie. is per-i and the blood pure, thereby avoiding serious kidney D. Co., Ltd., Druggists, Higinbotham haps the heaviest winner with his j fine exhibit of Wyandottes and 'White; Orpingtons. Mr. U'oodhouse, Mr. Tnr-j Start Tomorrow Vand.Keep It Up Every Morning the habit of drinking t of hot water before ner- Janics heavy win-j nevs along with several others with] smaller, exhibits, give to West Fernie a decided in the blue and red j i ribbon J. Anderson, also oil j West Fernie. has some beautiful Silver Gray Dorkings, Imported, which i will make a record in their class. From Coal Creek there are several exhibitors, with a fine showing and I pome of the blue ribbons will go up I (here. Among these are ilr- Kckersby ivith j his line iilack Leghorns, and the only ducks and geese in the show couin I from up the Creek, as is natural and I appropriate. Walter .Joyce, and several [others from C'oal Creek have good es- hibits. here lone, so leit Ted Cooper, an euthusiatic fancier our stay agreeable. us live well, from Cranbrook. is down again with eat well, digest-well, work well, sleep j a fine lot of White Orpingtons, his 'favorite family, and will carry away some of the prize money. A. M. Beanie oi Waldo, has added j much interest to the exhibition with j Of Household Furniture, Etc. 'At Wilson's Auction Booms 429 Fifth .Street in the K. of P. Building. HAVING REMOVED THE FOLLOWING FROM MRS. SCOTT'S RESIDENCE, 12 th STREET S.: FOR CONVENIENCE OF SALE, I WILL SELL WITHOUT RESERVE. One walnut sideboard; one round mission oak extension table; one set of leather seated diners; one mahogany settee; one mahog- any centre table; one grass arm chair; one leather upholstered rocker; one ladies writing desk; one sanitary couch, complete with mattress; one chiffonier; two massive oak dressers and stands with large bevel plate glass mirrors; two heavy white enamel beds with brass mountings; springs and mattresses: one Asminster square; one Wilton square; one velvet pile rug. about one sofa tigar pattern; several pictures; one clock; one 3-bnrner oil jiiovp with oven; one washing machine nearly new: one meat safe; one mangel. A large quantity of enaraelwfire and a greai many other aiiifil-ts. TERMS CASH GOODS NOW ON VIEW NO RESERVE W. L. WILSON, AUCTIONEER and look waU. What a glorious condition to attain, and ytit, how very easy it te it cue wfl! only adopt the morning inside oath. Folki who are accustomed to Ice duSl and heavy when they ariie, split tine headache, stuffy from a, cold, foil tohgne, oaaty breath, aofd stomach can, Instead, feel as fresh as a daisy by opening Uie flluiws of the system each morning and flash lug out the whole of the Jntemai poishMous stag nact matter. Breryone, whether etVJ.ng, sick or well, ihouM morofng, before breakfaat, drink a glass ot hoi irater with a tcaapoonful of limestone phosphate in It to wash from the stomach, liver and bowels the previ- ous indigestible waste, sour bile and poisonous toxins, thus cleansing sweetening and purifying the entire alimentary canal before putting more food Into the stomach. The action ol hot water and limestone pbonphato on an empty stomach is wonderfully In- vigorating. U cleans out aJi the soui f ion s, waste and acid- HT and girea one a splendid appetite for fertakfMt Tvliiie jroii are eojoy ing TOUT breakfast, the water and fhovpkate is quietly extracting a volumt of water from the blood and ready for a thorough flush- ing of all tbe The of people who are i botboret with conetipatfon, billoue ipells, stonlach trouble; wha fcare sallow skins, Ubod disorders ani] i pickly complexions are urged to get a quarter poaad of llmoatone phosphate the dnif This will cost Itttle, but is suffioient to- make pronounced crank on the liuidft-bathing before break before iiis Silver and English pheasants, his Silver pheasant is one of the finest birds in the hall. A. E. JIarcer, show secretary and treasurer, is one of the busiest men the houee. and highly elated at the marked success held the second exhibition scoring. In response to the courtesy extend- ed to the' teachers and punils of the Fernie schools, about 150 of the chil- dren from the high schools and Tour of the higher grades were in attend ance at the shew and they were a happy lot as they throng! the aisles and iook a look at the fea therml denizens of the many pens An opportunity will be afforded other'gradas to attend the show be fore it closes on Thursday night. The New It will pay you to deal with us. This is our a side line. As coinpleie a stuck of Kino A in liro-l records and as can be secured a-hvays on hand. STORE OPEN FOUR TO SIX P.M. FOR BALANCE OF SATURDAY, 10 P.M. EVERYTHING MUSICAL A Hater of Publicity Some people hate publicity like the young Detroit man. He WHS dressed a tight-fitting suit of the latest cut, and, his whole costume was a Iream sartorial refinement. And he was plainly embarrassed as he en- ired the editor's office. "I was in- ansely shocked to read a notice in your paper of my he legan, "I cannot, tell- you how ihocked I wan. I was positively ihagrined. My 'fiance was chagrin- id; we were all chagrined. How nucll for fifty copiea of'the Called Up Many German postoffice officials lave, according to the Amsterdam Telegram, received orders tu join til? Iprqei, For information leading to recovery of fol- lowing: One black jnnrc, coining tliroo ywirs old, branded R D on right shoulder and one Bay Mare six years old branded W over over X on right shoulder. Colt year and a hall' old by side. Marc lias cut in right hind fool. FRANK BRANPLE RETLAW, ALTA. For photograph. It carries the personal thought of the giver, is.. simple, appropriate, and creates no greater obliga- tion than the kindly thought it bears. Make the appointment early, Smith's Portrait Studio 906, 3rd. Avenue Phone H7I ;