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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 8. 1920 UAO.Y HKKAI'JJ- JDDQNG AT POULTRY SHOW; LOCAL MAN A BIG WINNER n- Taber is Also Well Represented In The Prize List Judslng will ba tlniched by Wednes- day night al the seventeenth annual allow of Uia Lethbridge Poultry and Pel Stock Association at Iho eshlbl- tlon grouuds and up to noon today Wilkinson and son of Edmonton .big v.-inners. Local exhibitors were 'sood winners IP a number of classes bat as representillves the most birds In tho show for asy exhibitor and are' CEtered !p more clisssa. they have carried away the iKoal- rlobonsV represented among the prlio nyUinore by Harding brothers And Charles Edwards. William Jacobs of Slasralh. also took away a bunch of ribbons. F. H. Endertpu, of Lethbridge, who for. best display .inclal show In Calgary, and who Is the oldest breeder of these blrdj In the prgviBce, U the big Dinner !u tha; cless In the local show. At the ex- hibition grounds ho got first anil cecond hen, second cockerel, first and sosoud pullet and first pen, and these winnings .aro eipacted to bring him eoms specials as well. VS'estbrook bmthere, breeders of Barred Rocks, who were In compell- tlon with Wilkinson aarl of Ed- monton, took iirut ant third in the dark cocks', all three prlies tn Iho dark and third .-.In the cockerels, second :third, in pullets, first and second in dark pen and first in all three prltes in the light tint second and'thlrd In" the light cockerels, all prlies for oulleU, light, and .first second on the light pens. Some exhibitors have male birds for sale at the show. Following U the prize list as judged o! Single Comb "Ahconas-ln tha'pro-up to noon Wednesday: Exclusive Silk Store Opens in Lethbridge .Tomorrow, have secured a store IN THE SHERLOCK BUILDING and will open one of our exclusive bilk over England as -'The Ex- cliisive: Silk Shop" with headquarters hv London. A store is already doing business in Edmonton. Silks, Yardage, and Lingerie. We carry a wide assortment of all classes of WE INVITE YOU TO VISIT THE STOKE The London Silk Co. FRED W. SMITH, Mgr. Splendid Christmas Being overstocked on some lines, we offer a spe-. cial discount for cash of on the following: ROCHESTER NICKEL-PLATED TEA POTS ROCHESTER NICKEL-PLATED COFFEE POTS ROCHESTER NICKEL-PLATED TEA BALL POTS ROCHESTER NICKEL-PLATED PERCOLATORS ROCHESTER CASSEROLES AND NICKEL-PLAT- ED TEA KETTLES You will find at our store hundreds of articles that would mako suitable Chrlslmas Gills, at prices that will appeal to you. Hick-Seh! Hardware Co. GENERAL HARDWARE, PLUMBING AND HEATING Phone 762 MRS. JEAN WILKIE 14 HARVARD TORONTO. (FORMERLY OF Will ha pleased to receive new or renswal, for iho LADIES' HOME JOUPMAC............52.50 PER YEAR SATURDAY EVENING POST 3.73 PER YEAR COUMTRY GENTLEMAN............... 2.00 PER YEAR PJCTORIAL REVIEW................. 3.00 PER YEAR CQOD HOUSEKEEPING...............4.00 PER YEAR Other Leading Periodical; anil Magazines. (urnlshcrl on application. A MAQAZIN6 IS.A VERY ACCEPTABLE CHRISTMAS GIFT, Single Comb Anconas 1st..- 11. .0. Graham. Letb- Wge; 2nd and 3rd. P. K. Kndeiton. Lethorldge. J 1st ami 2nd, F. H. rd, William Currle, Medlclue Hat: :th, H. 0. .Graham. Cockerels--Ist. Harry --'Uewelyo. Lethbrldge; 2nd. F. H. Enderlon; 3rd, Harry Llewelyn; 4th H. C. Graham. 1st and p. H. Under- .on; 3rd and 4lh, H Llewelyn. 1st, P. H. Enderlon; 2nd, H. 0. Graham; 3rd H. Llewelyn. Silver WyandMtcs Isl, Wilkinson and sou, Ed monton; 2nd, William Jacobs. Ma grath. 1st. Wilkinson and son; 2nd, William Jacobs; 3rd, Wilkinson and ion. 1st, William Jacobs; 2nd, William Jacobs; 3rd, Thomas Holll day, Lclhbrldge. 1st and 2nd, William Jac- 3rd J. Morrison, Lethbridge. 1st, William Jacobs: Wyandottei. 1st. B. P. Brlerly, Lelhbrldss; 2nd, William Jacobs. C. Floberls'on.Lethbrldge; 2nd, B. K. Brlerly: 3rd, W. Housden, Lsth- bridge. 1st, P. A. Lee, Loyalist, Alta.; 2nd, T. A. RutUdg-i, Letb- brldge; 3rd. T. Arhsitledi-e. .1 V. H. Thomas Holllday. Isl, E. P. Drierly; End P. A., las; 3rd, T. A. Rutledgo; 4th, EJ. R nrierly. 1st, E. F. Brlerly; 2nd, Wil- liam Housden. Barred Rocks Cock, Westbrook broth- ers, Lethbrldse; 2nd, Wilkinson and son; 3rd, Westbrook tbrothers. Hen, 1st. 2nd and 3rd, Weal- brook brothers.' 1st and 3rd, Westurobk brothers; 2nd, Wilkinson and son.' Pullets 1st, Wilkinson and son; 2nd and 3rd, Westbrook brothers. Pens, 1st and 2nd, Westbrook brolliers; 3rd, Wilkinson and son. i Cocks, 1st, Weatbrook broth- 'era: 2nd, Wilkinson .and son. Hens, 1st, 2nd nnd 3rd, West- I brook brothers. j Cockerel, 1st and 2nd, West- brook brothers; 3rd, Wilkinson and son. H B Myers. Btack'-Leghprni H. B. Myew. and 3rd, Wijklnson and sou; 2nd. H. J. Farmer, Rapid City. and 2nd. H. J. Farmer; 3rd: Wilkinson and eon. and 2nd, H. J. Farm- ir.-' ami 2nd, H. J. Farmer. White Rocki and 3rd. Wilkinson and 2nd, Nell McKellar. and 2nd. Nell McKellar; 3rd, Charles EUwards. Neil McKellar. and 2nd. Sell McKeilar. Columbian Rocks Mrs. A. E. Rlvett, Ard- Mrs. Rlvett: 2nd, Wilkin- son and son; 3rd, Mrs: Rlrett. Mrs. Rivett, 2nd, HafdlBE brothers, Taber. Mrs. Rlvetl; 2nd, Geo. 3. Frache; 3rd, Harding brothers. 'White Orpln8tons Wilkinson and son. Buff Orpingtons U CEolniere, Lethbridge; and son, 3rd, W: B. U. Chotnlere; 2nd, E. H; Cross, Lethbridge; 3rd, Wilkinson .nd-soo.-' and 2nd, W. B. Murray; rd; Harding brothers. W. B. Murray; 2nd, Wtl lam Jacobs; 3rd, D. P. Carlyle, Leth- jrldje. Black' Orpingtons Wilkinson and son. 2nd and 3rd, Wilkinson _ Wilkinson and son. Wilkinson and son. Blue Orpingtons and 2nd, Wilkinson and son.' S. C. R. 1. Retfe L. J. Komnf, Calgary. Wilkinson and son; 3rd, r. J. .Kompf. L j. Kompt; 2nd, J. 1st, 2nd arid brook brothers: 3rd, West- Pens, and Westbrook brothers. White Leghorns i M. Leth- bridge; 2nd Alex, Masson, Lethhridge j and 2nd, T. A. Mclnnes Iteglna; 3rd, M., Blnckford. I and 2nd. 51. Black iford; 3rd, H. B. Myers, Taber. i 2nd and 3rd, M. Black ford. R. S. C. W, Leghorns and 2nd, Charles Ed wards, Taber. and 2nd, Charles Edwards nnd 2nd, Charles Ed wards. S. C. Buff Leghorns and 2nd, GI Prache, Lethbridge; and son. and 3rd, George Prache. and; 2nd, George i'rache. J and 2nd, George- 3rd, Wilkinson and son. George ;j. Prache. Silver Leghorns H. B. Myers. DeepiaidPlct Of New York To KiD Scheme Significance of Movement of Canadian To Head Off St. Law- rence -Deep Wat- erway FORT WILLIAM, Dec. Uu bushels ot Iprt '6 I of b und to tha will be milled in the United Si ties, and the balance exported through New York, Boston' and other Atlantic ports. Ordinarily, tha wheat sent south by: railways west of here Is that used by like four and halt millions, but this year owing to the quill'ly of wheat rais- ed throughout tha United figure has been more than'doubled. Therefore, the balance already shlo- pod to Buffalo, and that which will: continue lo go forward until Ihe close of navigation, Is destined, fur export. It has actually bean sold to United Stales merchanls and represents' -a Canadian market sq Norman Pearson, chief exporter here, avers. What the American buyers do with the wheat after, they _gn It. say Canadian exporters here, Ij aorie ol their business. The conlontlou Is put forth that unless protective measures tie provided the Canadian merchant :hth place not cl'mb IN EXILE Thousands The interest in ihoeft' naim'. Is.-. made" that shipments' manifest North j .ivf America following announcement t K grri-tto torday that country, had success- Canadian Irade.. luruay inaL inis couuiry naa r-.' fully mirrketed a huge quantity of Its' f V, Slates pjrts took 000 bushels of wheat in 1515: and farm produce when Belling everywhere ires Now'comes another angle to the E.A> of for the board of, train commissioners whlca only In 19J6 the, re- strictions existed. Up to" November tne rscords.-here. reveal u 4B sin6e u !s ?stimated 'that' an alarming fact-enothing less It deep-la IdVplol- 'of" Ne w York lo of Canada, in tho tremen-; 00o o00 have gone forward, 1 so that 4ous mpyerhent of wheat to Buffalo exports lo United Slates ports than a bld {alt to reach the pre-war standard. heaa Mr, Ursell points out Canadian, off Sj; Lawrence waterway wheat Is a bargain ;th the United by re establishing the Erie, canal aB Bn outcome-of. the money route tor; Canadian wheat exchange. Wheat on the Chicago mar- Moreover, aid to the Erio ket B611s tor andon the Ciiaifiau market {'1.85. Bui, afler tho premium canal In the diversion of Canadian wheat through United States seaports through.the St. Lawrence canal any other canal svs- tern which keeps' this trade within Canadian borders and in Canadian ships, Mr..Ursell'refers to tho steps febleh have'quietly gone on to develop the Oswego..canal, which" runs from Lake Ontario to {he Hudson Rive so to New'York. Little ra'entloi jmrnerson, Letbbrldge; B. H. j made; of the ImportancB ! i' Tr thq elevators being built at each 2nd, Wll- eljd of the Os weed cahalas relnforce- liam CurrleV Medicine Hat; Srd, L. J. Kbnipf. Fred Thoruhill. Leth- bridge. Rose Comb R. Rsds 1st, ...vOeorBO Jones, Leth. 3rd, Wilkinson and son. on the American ia con- sidered and the handling ;and trans- portation weighed up, Canadian wheai of equal standard with. American is laid down tour Chi- cago pries. The higher grades -.of Canadian wheat sell at "a premlum-ln runs from chlcago-cspeclally thle year's crop Is i River and o{ a pariicuiiriy. high standard; aver-i lentlon has Eglllg 36 per cent, Noil hard and No. Wlatl have yon not heiid (nl Bronelitli has been kicked right out. of wciet and Canadlana liberated boDdsge of this diseue. of brosclUEl trouble li by tha world's most dilenc-dMtrojer, Buckley's BroaeMr tls Mixtuzt. No -wonder rejoicing I No longer drendT-'Va; ,thi coughs, and anxious are tiey-ttst vj o'.hen thoold also, Utterc have been'writUn proclaim; lag merits of this wonderful remody. Heio is one To Whom it may Concern: "This to ctrtlfy that I hid tiSeiUf y Jg for over three' weeks 'with and wu advised to try Buckley 'fl'; BroncMUi MIxtnre. I ptiiclihwd bottls ifier third wived relief, btfora; tho r WM fuslshed, I was perfecHy Ix making the above huiUtlon in c tying it u tho runedf I tajus in jor ieawy eolds Mra_ M.1 Harding, Icii Bntth Co., Toronto. The orijimal-. -p till V. K. Butkley, 148 Bt-, Toronto. .of Canadian vlll give you nre relief. It Btveaty-nva eeata ia that between you and tha ioadVS: to health. Take no on the bottle with guaranteed, .or money ii Ask yoar druggist. 18- 80LD IN LETHBRIDOE STOKES DRUG CO. ami 2nd, J. Emmerson. George 2nd and Srd, George Jones. Geurgq Jones.. PLAINTIFFS WON CASE OVER NOTE In the District Coart on Monday at swegb storage and transporta- tion 'systems in .New York stale which 1 northern. In the present- grand nish IB the question of tradsportatloa costs, shippers endeavoring to g'et-.aa much wheat as possible away before'the Ico hopes, IhrougK thesa channels, becauso the charge 's capture. the grain export trade, and to] 16 1-2 celts to Buffalo by water, plus have before Ibs deep canal- system Is worked out. Considerable goes on here the'arr.onnt ot vrhcat f rom ths forty.flVB'miilfons of more bushels shipped fo Buffalo, which will actually ba used by millers in that country. An analysis, shows'.' that abpnt was average pre-war quantity and that thls'was only for mixing with the A merlcant product to make better Mr. Ursell.' who has at his disposal hero probably 'the most complete stat- istics bn.-'gralnh'transportation avail- ternoon, thei case Dow- le'r.TS. Flatebo was disposed of, f? Canada; makes tho judgment and costs for the plaintiffs'ithat than bushels r "-niTitiTn -The -plaintiffs are In partner- I, on business.In Calgary and four cents to New York, .whereasithe all-rail winter haul to tbo seaboard is 30 cents. CUt IN PRICE OF .TEA. The price of Broyn Label ADA" Tea iias becrf.rtdlicediiS cent: a pound. What cons'urnere. have been paying 75 cents'tor they.' VlU} hs' able to get "at 60 cents as coon as the Grocer's 'i! to Joajart lisht tbo liltlo Ump Ihit the Cmo'.eoi and plaea it near thi bod. TUa tootliin? vapcr breittanK easr, relicrci the iucf Ox and eoncceticn, and IB Icr Crecolrae for tha put 49 rears. ThabeneSt fa cnquw- for HOLD OMUOAISB APo-cnsomrEt to, Bfc.- The James.Fiatebo, .Is Barr Mill. -It.'-waa. claimed thiit, on.-ior. abpnt May 1916, 'tho defeTlMnt-mado his prbmlsory favor! of "the plain-, tiffs In the Bum PC November 1st. 191C, at- the Bank of j British North America Calga ry. W hen the note was duly presented It was dishonored. t On behalf of the'defehflant it was cphtcndcd that the note was given the plaintiffs on the understanding that they vfbuld procure for him the palenl for -It. was alleged that the plaintiffs not'only failed to obtain the patent but did not attempt to obtain it. the plaintiffs, and H. Ostlund for'the defendant. Sore Throat Colds Qulcidy SAFETY DEVICE FOR LOCKING CARS Htmlia'a AVticrd On b It and elective treatment for son throat and. chtst coldi Used as a gargle for sore throat it quick relief. Rubbed on the chest it will oitcn up a bird, deep Betted cold in :orie night How 'often sprains, bruises, ,cnU burps.-occur in family, u well as tittle tronbles like earache, toplhache, .cold canker sores, stiff neck, and tired aching feet Soothing, healing Wizard Oil will al- ways bring quick relief. Get it from druggists for 30 If not satisfied return the bottle and get your money baclc. Ever' constipated or hare side headache? Juat 'try Winrd Liver Wiii'ps, pleasant' little pink pUIf, M Guirantccd. There Was Nothing So Good for Congestion and Colds as Mustard Bat ths old-fsshlonerl tnustard-: plaster turned nnd blistered while it Get the relief that mustard plasters gavs, without ths plaster and without the blister. Mustcroie decs It It Is a dean, white ointment, 'made oil of mus- tard. It is scientifically prepared, so that it works wonders, end yet does pot blister the tsnderest finjitt-Ups. how quickly it brings re- the pain disappears. Use Mustcrolfc for sore throat, bron- chilis, tonsilitis, croup, ttitf neck, asthma, hesdache, conges- tion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lumbago, pains and defies of the back ot joints, sprains, sore muscles, bruifss, chil- blains, frosted feet, colds of the chest (it 6lten prevents in order to prevent tho thWt of motor cars in the city, Chief Olllesplo s In communication with the chief of police "In Spoknno in regard to a sfety device for locking cars left ID lie'Rlrecls. and which is now la ,ie Washington city.' appears to be a regular epl- emlc ot car stealing all over tho ountry, ns shown by-the wires of In. oulry local police slation from points. There lia? been just ecoiitlya Ford touring car stolen at jhanipion, a McLaughlln at Calgary, i. McLausblln at Cranbrook, a Ford ar at Edmonton, a motor cycle from Jardston and a Gray from Moose- A You pJL.VJ'R? mcilt for Knrt-ma ftnd HRIn Uons. It At oncn nrul JJr. Olnt. Sr, Uons. It At oncn nrul gruilu- ally hols Mill, ftinljilo ill. OlnUnciiV joil inriitlcn scridiv.auitnp lor Kr. till (lOrtlerA cr Itatcl (t Co.', CERTIFICATES MUST BE IN BY DECEMBER 318T Farmers for their own protec- tion 'should rot forget the order -of the QraEn Board, that all paitlelpatlcn ccrilflcatea should he turned In by the 31st of this month, tt Is that all these hold participation tlficatcs, anil arc, accordlnrjly, en- titled to a char: In the dividing ol the genera) .fund, should turn In their certificates lit the latest ,by Oeeembor o Soap Clears the Skin and Keeps it Clear Ths 20th and 3Wh Salterlcs their regular wceX-ly mecUnK las tilglil at tho Armories-all present on joyed a very lively session. The Uatterlcs noif boast- of a Bad minion court. This' fascinating gam IJ praotlcnllv new in clly promises lo become very popular tho Armories this nlntof. Indoor baEobali Mfas also playe during tlio ovenlnfr This sport a ways promotes much merriment 'the sumo ths recruits clean exercise. "Physical clrlil arid gira. drill we1 given. Much enthusiasm Is being n Inlo Iho, drill. .j.v-.BIx more recrillla were onrolic if tilth Is very grallfylng for on night's work. f i Any officer would ,bd glad lo mee anyoiic necking Iniormallon ro th CHRlS MAS SPECIALS At Canadian Union Btikery CAKEil NO. IF ORbttREb .BEFORE DECEMBER 11TH v Per lb. t.: CHRISTMAS STOCKINGS Regular price for Regular Regular price. 75c.> for ,4S Largo In fancy boses, at cost. Wo also carry a'fino assorlment of biscuits suitable for afternoon' teas. _ i Seeing is bollcvinE. .Gome and inspect bur stock of Christmas' Goods CHRISTMAS CAKES DELIVERED TO ANV PART OF CITY, 404 13TH STREET, NORTH PHONE 7S1. i P. CRCBICO, CROWN SPECIALS KlNO'OEpndE TERN .SILVERWABE .'irenvlly on 1 nTckel -base. Cannot bo awwlurc else. m At per dozen- Tcupooni, free for i" f 1.00 cub.' S PcsMrt SJXWM, trte 700 nr 1M tiM caih, 6 Fwkfj frca ISO" wrappers or 100. trappers and 12.15 cwh, .G Forks, free for 780 or IM ami (2.15 CAiTi, C'Dessert Knlvcr, (rw for wrappers or SOO wrfeprcra ftncl cash. Tftb'a Knlvw, (reo (or J.SOO or ZOO irrstpicra nnd SuKar Shell,