Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE IJTHBiqiX'iE, DAItf FIEnALD FRIDAY, 1918 mot) poultry show FtuUry -'AESOI UoV poujrfcd: tyi'fittHps'Uio past vreek Wiond" the wildest dreamt ,'ot- -'of tbe aaswlsdon, ud' SecYeUrjr' if.'KlnE Btaled yeiter- ttf lhat he'ivas confident blrdi be in'their places wlwn the open.s In (hi poultry building Rt tho fair grounds on Monday raorn- As Indicating Ibe Interest [n tbe Lethbrldge show, which is always one of Ihe best In the province. In one mnrnlng's mall 20 new exhibitors wto had never shown birds here be fora sonl In (heir entries, wills an- other morning entries from a3 new SihlbUors were received. In Ihere will be eihlblls from EO fin- ders who hare never Included Lelh- bridge In Ihe winter clrcoll for their birds. Tbls Increase In Ibe number of cihlbllarj will bring Ihe tola) birds np to'Ihe mart, as aialnBl 1.600 and 1.600 shown In Ibe provincial poultry anow hero a. few years ago, up till this year has been the lirfcat poultry. ever seen in (ho cllr.'. To birds the Kbclallou with the help-of (he city lias i secured 2M new coopi of tha 'latest aci-CTen- with tthtse tdtiUloaa the accommodation of lha building will be taxed.- for the event are Mr. iVood, of Winnipeg; Jas. Weslbraok, and E. X. Darker, of -CtrdsLop, who has not ralsaed a poul- try show In Lethbridge In more years tbin he mljhl liko In tell. f The show starls on and elaees on Friday ulghl. The lasl Iwo days. Thursday and Friday, will CO- wllb Iho first two days of Ihe yiclOTT Dince Carnival at Ihe main si Ih'e pooltry men'' are coupling on' blf crowds of merrymakers lo titlr building to-see Ihe display of thoroughbred lealtereS aristocrats. ItlfFEREF FIVE YEARS to Sensible Men and Women do noi keep surplui money in their homes or carry ii around in iheir poctai. They put it in (he Savinss 10 [hit it miy tarn mere ihem, Decide, now, lo lei us help you lo save. Intern! paid every lix months. lloiird of Trade and RoUry Club lo Handle Subjecls At Board of Trade Meeting THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA uBd. sKey jwn I Coimponmd aid I found it. to IM On BUY IB II has obtained the Idea from the .publfcltjT' given during .the cam palgn that thrift atsmps at 25 -jcnta each are only (or ciJldren and that sciucuts for eatertalqlDK the a lo thg conyentfoR of'ths 1 Croat War Veterans to lie held dur- ing January v.lere iilated in (he hands ot (lie entertainment' commHlee of Iho toard c( Irade. ar.d tbe Ilotary Club at the board of trade luncheon on Thursday. Alioul 50 delegates to attend (lie convention, .the dales of whlrti linvc uot been I definitely set as yet. Premise Conslderatfon President Marnoch repotted on (lie answers received from Dominion and provincial cabinet ministers and aUoj from Vice-president' Cole man of Ihe C. P. 1.. regarding th't various worka j the bDBnl has; asked -these 'orsantta- "tions to undertake )n ihls district wav of helping out during HLO period of reconstrucflon. Xothluff deficite was tu any case, but all promised, careful consideration. In this conueciloa'u letter was received from G. K. Hobbs, secretary of the Iron Springs Local, U. F. A., Dialing (hat their cr'ganlzal.on had endorsed tho board of trade resoJuLIons ra- the'Lelhbridge northern Irri- gation project and the of the C. R. branch line from ".Jpji to meet the branch. Two letters were received from Dominion eovernnient paWlcIty or- ganisations for the extension of Can- adian trade, in one It was slated that ilr, Johnson Vould be here on March G Ti'lth a film shoeing Can- ada's and agricultural ac- tlnlias which are to In the campalsn for foreign1 trade. The board to arrange for a place (or the showing of (he fllin. Well Water Supply President Marnoch reported, that in. the extension of _lhe well water.sup_- 'plies sbnlneast of the city 'the town ot Etiikom bad struck water at are not expected .to buy hem it is a mistaken Acting PosL- niaaler explains that -'the thrift eUmps are a means to Help er- and anyouft' illtle eparia" in pockets whlcli'he wishes may dii so by buying; thrift stamps, which tiis.y IMS exchanged tor vfar siTing cerLiflc- tha thrift stamps mount to a iolal Mr. says tbero is quite on the alarapsrand one school teacher, preparing for the op- ening of the'inchools on In thB other day to Secure cards for OTery one of dpi Is' lo'siaet them'on the, rd'ad lo Sargent" aiys ma'D'y'people; are bay'lpx. stamps and1 certificates "at the banks, but poiclE. oul-Oiat the ocly placa be at the post "office. Thrift stamps cannot he registered. waj jariof certiacatcs hava been reg- lilered at the post office to dale more IhiU that number re been sold. da mj frncte Cum. TX .St. Key Wst, at aeme period ia titir CMU iu reHrrW bT Sii root and LydU E. Pickkui'i ad, jut a. ITn. II foad it iripod her after If unertBg fjaptoiBi MI to El tfekhm MetdieiM Co., Ljw, TWri-idtBrf their 4aTeineKp.wici.ee h Mm on thi. wbicn it es betweeq Vice-president P. M. Uristopher and Rees, ol Fer- ie, is the prdsant iiiilcatlpn, accord- to those who claim to be In close oncti with ihe ralners. Prca.rlent t chance for eelecllon. One of the main duties oF the In- omlne executive at Ihe district will do BCHK wktwr who ------tnconr'tliFn! w p beinc M truly.in tlKbau.tbokl.Kkd m iHc-drap IB it b in tbe tnorbM.- .'Spatw; of our CtULadiu wooes in 1 phjiiciUy MQ meriUfly. WMl hiaM-of io--Tbey in, mr nerrouB pus in lop of h i of pr PWrm'i wnuk ben 00 irefl aod Uror- r kwwn for the pMt half ccDlury. m ibouU try it Don't today. Tki womm'i locic wiD bring vim. vicor me Scad Dr. Pieroe, Buffalo Ue for trial pkj., A 1 V tarn rev MO I vu ID nffevd Tt mH IbU rW tut 111 lion'_____ ____ fited Wr N tt.qei tli Tiried lo try of knd Lhi finl dove n .That the race (or the presidency America, for Ihe Wo depth of 720 feel, getting, a flow SfOOO galJons daily.- 'work Vas done by the Ktzikom Cas and Water Dovelaptaent Co. Another tariner north.p; struck.a flow- ng well at-CQI3 Memterahtp T" ChairQBn Hoyt "and his com- mittee oh .membership J3 afcanglnK for a campaign tor 1919 membersblp, end and .professional toen with others ialetesled arenas .keep" this In, 3o all possible to help. a" traders in tha comiag recent, 'objection .-haTinK teen taken by .local TetaileRi'to -the 'fisures. for retail prices cm groceriesvan'd "olher comtnodities as reported In the'Labor Gazette each mouth, Sftcreliir Jas. Rose has besa pointing .oat the dls- t crepancies Lo the labor, department- [The aDswer.to his ictteT-conTejed.t-he Gazelle's corre-: apondcnt but Jn aiiy eyent .la Ina'csuraliDg a tor re- j porting on retail prices. the. com-; modlties ol and secure, besides fjgures ol a-cor-: respondent, figures .from..retail stprea each mouth in order to check prices.' ._' .'Eyprciw Rattf The mailer of increase In express rates was alsp considered' and the matter turned'over lo wholesale, retail and freight rates tlons of the hoard io report at the' nbit. meeting. the feeling Is' lhat some Increase 'in rates .may be Justifiable, the board seemed to think tbat the rates asked Trcrc eicessive. pausing Scheme proposed houEiug' scheme e conncclion with which Ihe Dominion Is 'considering a loan 0( People's Forum Conmmlulions under rnuit bur ilpia vrlltn. Ikli MILK PRICES Editor, Lotabrldge Herald: .YILEGMS A large number of local labor men will go as delegates to the Albert milk dealers and other i Kedcratlon of IJahor lo be held al rneel and agree to spend part' Medicine Hat shortly. The. trades of the moner la announcing [council have appointed Fred Smeedas Ihelr own hocssty by their j a delegate, and rhe W. H. Hawkins, will also be In attendance, allhongn ha may go as', a delegate That question is ask- ed every day by many W 9f men who do not want to pay more than for a suit or -'overcoat they hope to get them all wool too. We have bought so fur in 'advance and so heavily we are still showing AH Wool Suits and I. j Over 900'-' suits to clvJase from, are selling wholesale at to AH ratt 34 to 48 ready for your :XC fefcctioii. FiufCoat.3, Fiiirlined Goats ck Fur- collar, chamois lin Sheep liiwi Afl at prices at 20 per cent, less thin can i r be wboteule today. lo. negotiate a. DEW vrage ccale. 1 to Ihe provinces pro'rala lo popu- Tbo present scale signed was lonched noth- 917 after a slrlke which lasted three; Ins was done. The board, .howerer, months, ind is'tho basis on which I will keep In mind what U I ucreases have been'sranted to meet I and If the plan can be used to help I he IncreaalcB cost of llring. Tho I no opportunity will be iresent agreement eipires on April; oVerlootei. Mayor Kardfo expblned _, and ft la believed that the Alberta would receive Eoraelhtag now threalealng Is a lest of strength' orer a million dollars from the inhd. IT which the mlntra hope to order'lo use U Ibe chr would hare he operators that It would be foolish lo lake It up. Issue debentures agalnal I o haggle tbe new wage scale.) the credit of the city for the amount The employment of aliens and Ilie coming lo Lethbridge, eiclianpr theae closed shop are likely again to he debentures for Lhe cash, and then quealloas ol dlffeicnce between Ihe J loan the money to those desiring to wo partiei. Heayy rflied, I.......... to fcy, d y b, to Wober Wkite If Staniieids and Hewsbn and Tiger Brand HarisonVPiire Wool Sox V 6Sct.8Se. Other makes, 35c to ..'jQQ Pure AngOra Wdol Mufflers In PuUover and Coats, Hand Knit tq 512.00. A Gaps for Winter Knitted OlIK MUtrierS FUV band inside, Golf, Jockey or Dmerilyle, to to a colors., v SPECIAL PRICES ON ALL BOYS' SUITS, OVERCOATS M ACKINAWS Sizes 4 years to 16 years. T WE BEAT :EM ALL "THE GREAT CLOTHIERS OF THE GREAT WEST meed tA I Tkvonlft Pmcnptioa' for K few h Wi M HMcw? 14 J7j'Ma'i fmn( f. 0. Mm 7H. pdrerllaemeDl assumes tLe HUM ol a jloTsplpc elbow. One of ..._, 0. Brllalu'B greatest (he Itte C[ the lypos. Xearlr uvery branch HlghU Hon. Fol-Wanle Royd, .came'of organised labor In the cil7. will 1 awaj with Ihe mart thai "you can prove anj'IMnc i''- me minrri are raaVlng "pirtlcular Ton T-snl to by statistics" t oYforU lo liaVe tTcry pusjlble dele- Bnl whr stottcr orer 17c there. Whether !her hare tome aim la 20c n quart! TTirec: 'raollor to bring hctors the (eel In (he (eel tron-h is not r.cerly cnnTcnllon ts no! al present known, to an anchorage t, rn'.ir. Oct buftiilj Infllfate.l bythrir cilrs- In that ollu-r fool, ar-l slop thai ordinary efforts !o secure clelejatn. souealinj. i.e.. "Wetp not over cxpenieil. of coiirre. lhal the peeliBE ol other people's onions." '.o ho will KODKRT SACK j thai nf Vcco-nlriirllon. QIES IN NEW YORK FOBMER'IDAHO SENATOR NBW YOHK.-Capias Joseph Ha- phael financier and mine yMjc.', died ;oflay In Roosevelt liospl- ial. of pneumonia, which developed nf- Ur an operation. was. 75 years old: Captain was president of Ihe Dome Mines company, vfce-pre- sldentof the Inlcraallbnal com- pany'and p. dirccior In many other corporations. Tie flory o( Captain DeLamar's life reads Hlir. a romance, He was In Amslerdanj, Holland, and .while yet a mere boy bounded a Dutch He was (he sole owner of Iho Ulah I vessel lhal piled lo Ihe Weil Indies; Mines .ind Smelling company. In 1SS4 and worked as a jailor unlll he was Captain DbLimir cnlcrcd politics and when he became a shlu.twns elected senator o! Jcliho. He then came lo America and -ellleil came to New York clly In )S38 add ,al Vineyard Haven, Mass. When Ihe knov.n in slrecl as "Iho. Igold fever struck I.cadvllle, Col.. rr.yslcrj1." 1S73 Dcl.flmar wenl west and boughl I Al his coirntry linma al (lien Cove several claims. The sama year helCaptnlrj Dclximnr cr.Jorlained took f. course In chcmiElry and n.elsl- In Chicago university. Return ing to (he eoM 'dlslrlct he Ihe Del.amar mines, which he from all over vorlil Kh'o rame lo see his collections of nbnta nnfl Me i? by a rhuphtcr. uho BRITISH GIVE PROTECTION two years lalcr Ho intr-rcsts is a member of Hie lied Cross motor for V PARIS, Dec. Brltlih warshlpi hivt cnlerad the Russian seaport of Reval, according lo Ihe Journal, In an- swer to in urgent reqinM from Ihe government of- Elthonis. Similar acllon wlll'tt uhen, Ihe newipapcr atfdi, of 'any other of Ihe imall Balllc nltitnl Mhlni allied prolectton.