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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ie^'^Mt week ---tW'Maeit areiMn�^ itel^erV ^^^^ tie Moi^fttloa, __ .....AiTr'''ir."'ltClilg fetatea yestop-' k:day that be ^vas confident 2,000 birds , ;'Would be in'theJr places when the liow opens in tis poultry bnlldins at the fair grounds on Monday morn- As indicating the interest In the tethbridge show, which is always one ol the best in. the province, in one morning's mail 20 new exhibitors i*. who had never shown birds here be-,4'ifore sent in their entries, while another morning entries from 0.3 new Okhibitors were received. la ell there will be exhibits from 50 (fanciers who have Hipver included Leth-� bridge in the winter drcnit for their birds. This increase in the number of exhibitors Will bring the total birds up to the 3,000 mark, as against 1,600 and 1,600 shown in the provincial poultry show hore a few years ago, which up till this year has been the largest poultry, axhibitlon ever seen In^he city.'; Vv' ^ " 'to aceommodtta,the,birds tlie aa-�oclation with tlip help-of the city baa secured . 200 new coops of the &test patiarii.'^-and^-eTen- with .thase additions the accommodation of the i^ttilding wQI ha taxed.-The judges for the event are Mr."f . rfirood, of Winnipeg; Jas. Weatbrook,' , ,�f IMBtaiadtMage:bnt; tiieydid^aa^pda.'; try Lydia E. Pink-huB'a VagetabU Conponnd amd I faond it to be thi beataM^daalaTW jtried"'b'aeii���.' it. made nie wall, and ,,,... I �aa, now da my 'i^am talHnJr-nqr Mandt mt 3. M. Camiw. 726 - St, ;Xfr Waat, Floridii; wonaa'al soma period in their ---ar froniBiimenta pecnliar to their L i�(^a*jl.JAldkia BMiat .rasea asay ba. mdUy'reliavad by Ihia faaasaa root and lerb^iodleiM. Lydia E. Pinkbam'a recat^Wo CgMpotaod, jnat at Mrs. Cainiia fooadjitiEolped her after snlfer- for yaan uid tnrioff yerything elsa FjM baTOii^ anneyiag iynptoma " inS to naderatand, write Lydia B. ^* ^ 1 Madi^ Co., Lyu. Mass, ilts a( tb�ir4ayearaexparienc� ' (.woiMB-on thiaaiibjactia at BUY THRIFT MPS If anyone has obtained the idea from the .publicity. given during, the campaign that thrift stamps at 25 cents each are only for children and that grown-ups are not expected to buy them ^t Is a mistake. Acting Fost-�iriaster ^argent explains that ?the thrift stamps are a meanai^tO'lielp ev-' aryone to Tsare, and anyoa^' fvith a,, little spare changer, in hisf pockets which hp WlBhieB to"aalt" may do so 'by*buylng thrift stamps, which may be exchanged for war saving certific-ateafW&eh the thrift gtamips Aonnt to a total 0^14. Mr. Sargent says there is Quite a^nn on the stamps,-'and one school; teaAer, preparing for -thte opening; of thef schools on Mon'day, was in 1he" otter -day to: secnte-ferltt cards for wrery one of his ^pilpils to start them on the x6ad to thrift, j Mr; Sargerft says many people are buying stamps and certificates at the banks, but |re points out'that the only place wher*'the certMcatea catt be reglBtered'is sit the post bffloe. Thrift stamps cannot be registered. Seven war saving certificates have been registered at the post oflSce to date though, many more than that number hare 3been sold. ' :  ; ^ -f.:*��*M*bor CoaBtfr-erefT pane, U�l'�ailc you do helps some soldia who '-m'^m ovar-therel Th�a,w,ja bong - ^  o trub:. in the iousehoia.apd m :-�hbp ; of our Canadian mdmp^'-tn ioim > phyaioally and me4tiJly, waalmeiaesof their sax. � They in backache, drstfcging- seaaa^ nervous-and pain intop of head, yliiir Miaiibars ttiey.wiUM.told. I a /'pMrae.FrfMaiptian of Dr. .cvmcB � unudi hail been so well and faVbr-^i^h^knoirafor theRMthsJf owitury. itllTWaakinimcnsbtHndtiyitnow.' Don't p^Hutl '9^E>a today. This woman's tonic will bring vim, vigor and ^�Send Dr. V. M. Pierce, Buffalo, .J, We for trial pkg., tablets. It fori; Ofrf.-"About thiM ysu MO I wu Ul ia M^'asd' (uOeMid �vere pain. The dQetor>id;il�d F>U �to�l*, but luf mfdl-: dntdkdnothelp me. A Oflicfabor had bMn Uk-int 'FkTorite Prescription' and It liad benefited her so much that .�h� ursod me to try : aome of here, and thst fint dose helped .ma w riJT a Dotue. I wa* vary much B^mw^. at: *^  temiraftertlwdMtor^fi ./�rfaadsueliaa^ilaee.btttwl. , , DlBMtbitnm-doifJioTiB.iioedof  tomo I M.'Fayoiite Preaorlption' asain for a few t haa never failed to naton mye That the race for the presidency of District No, 18, United Mine Worki era of. America, for the coming year lies betwee^ vrice-presiden't P. M. |riodi"of zecioQL-: struction. ' A ' \ ', Oiaerepanclee in.prices ^ Sonii,:;objection ^having been tiCken by local retailers to 'tie figures for retail prices on- groceries and other commodities /is reported in the Labor Gazette each, month; Secretary Jas. Hose has been pointing out the discrepancies to the labor department. The answer to his lotter-conveyed the information .;that ,tlie, gazette's corre-' spondont at Lethbrldge haft- resigned, I but 4n any eyent tte;;dejartment ;is j inaugurating a newy iystom for re-1 porting onretall prices .of the com-i modities of life, and i,hereafter will secure, besides the, figures of a- cor-; respondent, figures ,ft:om .i;etall stores each month in order to check prices. * ExpresB Batia The matter of th^pending increase in express rates was' alsp considered' and the inatter turned :over to the., wholesale, retail and freight rates sec-f.^ tlons of the board to report-at the' next meeting. UTiile thjs feeling is' that some Increase in rates .may be justifiable, the board seemed to think-that the rat^ asked v/ere excessive. .Housing Scheme 'The proposed housing scheme Ah connection with which the Dominion is 'considering a loan of ?25,OO0,000 to the provinces pro rata to population, was touched upon, but nothing was done. The board,. however, will keep in mind what.i^.being done,, and If the plan can be used to help' , Lethbridge, no opportunity will be 1 overlooked. Mayor Hardie explained that Alberta would receive somethihg oyer a million dollars from the fufad. In order* to use it the city would have, to take it up. Issue debentures against the credit of the city for - the-amomit. coming to Lethbridge, exchange-these j debentures for the casftf and then 'loan-the money to thoslB desiring to build houses. . OLABOJlET A large number of local labor men will go as delegates to (the Alberta FederatloB of Labor to be hel^ at Medicine Hat shortly. The trades council have appointed Fred Smeed as a delegate, and the secretary, W. S. Hawkins, will also be In attendance, tilthough he' may go aiis t a delegate of the typos, jifearly every branch of organized^;la^bor in, the ..city; will .be rep;;esenied.^: ; .; ' , _ ' vThe rnlners .ire__maklng' partlculjy* e'ffofts to ha*7^''every pbsMble dete-3, *..-J�� J�rhy.Bttttter over 17c..when the ; ^ate there,- im^ther they have.sonje, -uMtaate aim is-20c a "quart? Three special matter to bring before the mi MILK PRICES Editor, Lethbrldge Herald: Sir:-When milk dealers and other guys meet and agree to spend part" of the public's money In announcing their own honesty by statistics, their advertisement assumes the graceful lines of a.atoyepipe �lbow.. One of JBrttain's greatest statesmeni the late. Right, Son. Fox-Waule Boyd, ,.c^me. away with the uhcommohplace ":Tei in^rk that "you can prove anything you" want to by statistics." feet in the feed trough is not nearly B*, 'atable an anchorage as fburj Get in" that other foot, and stop that Squealing, i.e., "Weep not over the peeling .of other people's onions."  - ttOBERr^AGE i,coDventioh.'-l8>.�o,t.;:at present bnovirp,. but'tlii's' is iridie^ted by;'thelr\ extr^^ i ordinary efforts to secure! delegates; It is expeatea, of course;� that'tlie sroat question to bo discussed \yill be that of Te'coTuitructlon. That question i$ asked^ very by many men who do not want to pay more than $25 for a suit or overcbat -'�andl they hope to get them all MTool too^ ; - We have boug;lit so <