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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE fICTALP 1018 DTAWML Mttt poultry show Itmurr ASSOCM Ittilrnir Uie tfast week keyMil tM wildest dream nwiMibeM of the Mt SeeiiilttilfT Kins stated rwter that he was confident birds Would be in their place when the opens In poultry butldins the fair grounds on Monday morn As Indicating the interest in the Lethbridge which is always one of the best in the in one mornings mail CO new exhibitors Who had never shown birds here be fore sent in their while anj other morning entries from J3 new i were In there will be exhibits from 50 faii tilers who have never Included Leth bridge in the Winter circuit for their This Increase in the number of exhibitors Will bring the total birds up to the as against and shown in the provincial poultry show bore a few years which up till this year kas been the largest poultry exhibition ever seen in the To accommodate the birds the as sociation with the help of the city has secured 200 new coops of the latest with these additions the accommodation of the building wfll be The judges for the event are of Winnipeg i and of j who has not missed a poulj try show In Lethbridge in more years than he might like to telL The show starts on and Closes on Friday The last two Thursday and will co taelde with the first two days of tie YJctory Dance Carnival at the main farlltom at and the poultry men are counting on big Crowds at merrymakers coming to tfceir building to see the display of thoroughbred feathered SHE SUFFERED FIVE YEARS to Health by For ftve yean I ferns irngnlaritiety With ter pains and an wful weakness ia ly Jtor me Itbey did meat lAfrletidaakedmeto try Lydia Piak lhame Vegetable Compound and I found It to be the beat medicine I ever I tried bocaaae it made me and CHI now do my I am telling my friaada 726 Key mm women at some period in their Bf e suffer from ailments peculiar to their Mid Which la moat eaaeamay be mdUy relieved by Sis famous root and herb Lydia Pinkhama Vegetable just as Camna foond it helped her after snffer lof for yean and trying everything else If yea My annoying symptoms to write Lydia nafcham Medicine btreatlteef i adVMtag women on this subject it at 4 Labor ounce work you dp helps some soldier who is fifhtag over there This war ia being fount as truly in the household sad in the workshop M it is in the Some of our Canadian women an boric down physically and by weaknesses of their They from dragging seasa nervous and pain intop of neighbors they will be told J f FoMrifc Prescription of rieroe a waioh has been so well and avor kaown for the pact half i Walk women should try it Dont Thu womans tonic will bring vigor and Send 10o for trial thraa yaw ace I waa ill ia bad aad aufiarad The doctor aaid I bad fall but tU midi eina did not help A Baighbor had been tak ing Favorite Preacrip tiou and it bad beno fitad bar much that aba urged ma to try aoma of and that firat doaa balpad DM aa t waa vary muck aorphaad M the u am t altar tba doctorud and I feMvar had auah fcapall but I I Wf laaat bit rnoaowu or IB naad ol a tonso I Favoriu freterlpuou again for few Iw oov r faiiad tt raatora Sensible Men and Women db not keep turpKis money in their homes or carry it around in their They put it in the Savings Bank 10 that it may earn more moneytfor to let ui help you to Interest paid every six Paidup Capital Ktatrrc fhnd Kttowect THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA KING Maaajar Lethbridie Branch ENTERTAINMENT DELEGATES Hoiird of Trade and Rotary Clvb to Handle Subjects at Board of Trade Meeting faiUd ia Naiora to Dcrfoct BUY THRIFT STAMPS If anyone has obtained the idea from the publicity given during the cam paign that thrift stamps at 25 cents each are only for children and that grownups are not expected to buy them It Is a Acting Post matter Sargent explains that the thrift are a means to help ev eryone to and anyone with little spare change in pockets which he wishes to salt may do so bybaying thrift which may be exchanged for war saving certific ates when the thrift stamps mount to a total of Sargent says there is quite a run on the and one school preparing for the op ening of schools on was in the other day to securethrift cards for every one of his pupils to start them on the road to Sargent says many people are buying stamps and certificates at the but he points out that the only place where the certificates can be registered Is at the post Thrift stamps cannot be Seven war saving certificates have been reg istered at the post office to date though many more than that number have been ENCY CLOSE That the race for the presidency of District United Mine era of for the coining year lies Vicepresident Christopher and Dave of Fer is the present accord ing to those who claim to be in close touch with the President Biggs Is conceded a chance for One of the main duties of the In coming executive of the district will be to negotiate a new wage The present scale wad signed in 1917 after a strike which lasted three and is the basis on which Increases have been granted to meet the increasing cost of The present agreement expires on April and it is believed that the strike now threatening is a test of strength br which the miners hope to show the operators that would be foolish to haggle over the new wage The employment of aliens and the closed shop are likely again to be questions of difference the two Arrangements for entertaining the 1 delegates to the convention of the Great Veterans to be held dtir January placed in the hands i of the entertainment committee of i the board of trade and the Rotary i Club at the board of trade luncheon on About oO delegates are i expected to attend the 1 the dates of which have not been i definitely set ns Promise Consideration President Marnoch reported on the i answers received from Dominion and i provincial cabinet ministers and also I from Vicepresident Coleman of the regarding the various works the board has asked these organita I tions to undertake in this district by way of helping out during the period of Nothing definite was promised in any but all promised careful this connection a letter was received from secretary ef the Iron Springs stating that their organization had endorsed the board of trade resolutions re garding the Lethbridge northern irri gation project and the building of the branch line from Jpp to meet the SuffieldLomond Two letters were received from Dominion government publicity or j ganizations for the extension of Can adian In one It was stated Johnson would be here on itfarch C with a film showing Can adas industrial and agricultural ac tivities which are to heip in the campaign for foreign The board decided to arrange for a place for the showing of the Well Water Supply President Marnoch reported that in the extension of the well water plies southeast the city the town j of Etzikom had struck water at a depth of 720 getting a flow of j gajlons This work Was i dorse by the Btzikom Sas and Water Development Another farmer north of Foremost has struck a flow Ing well at 600 Membership Chairman Hoyt and his com mittee on membership is for a campaign for 1919 and all business and professional jtteri In the city together with others I interested are asked to keep this in 1 and do all possible to 1 of a board of trade is very greal in the coming of recon j Discrepancies Prices Somgt objection having been taken by local retailers to the figures for retail prices on groceries and other commodities as reported In the Labor I Gazette each Secretary Rose has been pointing out the dis crepancies to the labor I The answer to his letter conveyed the information that the Gazettes corre spondent at Lethbridge had but in any event department is i inaugurating a system for re I porting on retail prices of the com modifies of and hereafter will besides the figures of a cor figures from retail stores each mouth in order to check Express Rates The nialter of increase in express rates was also considered and the matter turned over to the retail and freight rates sec tions of the board to report at the next While the feeling is that some increase in rates be the board seemed to think that the rates asked were Housing Scheme The proposed housing scheme connection with which the Dominion is considering a loan of to the provinces pro rata to popu was touched but noth ing was The will keep in mind what is being and if the plan can be used to help no opportunity will be Hardie explained that Alberta would receive something over a million dollars from the In orderto use it the city would have to take it Issue debentures against the credit of the city for the amount coming to these debentures for the and then loan the money to those desiring to build Peoples Forum Communications under this heading must bear the signatures of the MILK PRICES Letftbrldte Herald milk dealers and other guyi meet and agree to spend part of the publics money in announcing their own honesty by their advertisement assumes the gracefill lines of a stovepipe One of Britains greatest the late FoxWaule came away with the uncominonplacfc re mark that you can prove any thine you want to by But why stutter over JVc whim the ultimate aim is 20c a quart Three feet in the feed trough is not nearly BO stable an anchorage as Got In that other and stop that Weep not over the peeling of other peoples UOBKHT SACK DELEGATES 10 LABOR A large number of local labor men will go as delegates to the Alberta i Federation of Labor to be helfl at Medicine Hut The trades council have appointed Fred Smeed as i a and the I j will also be in although he may go as a delegate of the Nearly every branch i of organized labor in the city will lie The making particular effortH to have every possible dele they have some special matter to bring before the onveiuion not at present but is by their extra ordinary efforts lo secure ii is if that the I to he discussed will j be that of Igr Was fBBBBBBJ BBBBBBBBBJ nFTFOR Vied 1 That question is ask ed every day by many men who do not want to pay more than for a suit or overcoat they hope to get them all wool We have bought sa far in advaaee and so heavily we are itiS thawing AH Wool Suits and Over 900 suits to chobse are wiling wholesale at to AD sues 34 to 48 ready for your fes Fur Furlined Coats chamois Sheep All at prices at least 20 per less than can be boufht wholesale Alii Wool Combination Underwear Heavy Haines Elastic Knit and Penmans Fleece to Wool M ur i r u i nn Boys and Youths Wobey White Stanfields and Hewson and Tiger Brand to Hansons Pure Wool Sox 65c to Other 35c to Pure Angora Wool Mufflers to Knitted Silk Mufflers to jn a profusion of SPECIAL PRICES ON ALL BOYS OVERCOATS MACKINAWS Sizes 4 years to 16 100 Wool Sweaters In Pullover and Hand Knit to V Caps for Winter Fur band Jockey or Driver to MACLEO WE BEAT EM THE GREAT CLOTHIERS OF THE GREAT WEST 01E8 IN NEW YORK FORMER IDAHO SENATOR NKW Joseph Ha phael financier and mine died today In Roosevelt hospi tal of which developed af ter an lin was 76 yuars Captain UeLamar wan president of the Dome Minos vicepre sident of the International Nickel com pany and h director in many other The story of Captain IteLamaru life reads like u He WHS in and while yet a mere boy boarded a llmtch i veHsol that piled to the Weat Indioa j and worked as a sailor until ho was I when he became master of a j He tliBii ciinifi tuAmurlca and Hettled at Vineyard When DID gold fuver struck in 1S7X Doijtiimr went west and bought i several The sama year In I took it course in chumititry and nietiili lurgy in Chicago Heturn1 ing to the gold district he purchased the which he Iwo years later Ito London iutereals for V Ho was the Holo owner of the Utah Milieu unit SiaeltiiiK In 1884 DoLiuiuir ontured politics and wun elficled HtBtp Honntor of Ita camo to Now York clly in 1888 ami was known in Wall xtreut as man of At liis coinury home ui Ulen Covo Capliifu inlorlalund visitors from all over llm world who camo to siie colhutioiiH of plants and I He is survived by a who is a uf liiti Hed Cross motor BRITISH WARSHIPS GIVE PROTECTION British warships have entered the Russian seaport of according to the In an swer to an urgent request from i the government of Similar action willbe the newspaper of any other of the small Baltic natlona asking allied ;