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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1920 THE LETHRRIDGE HERALD PAQR Judging, Except for Special Prizes, k Completed at the Podtry Show Outside Exhibitors Make a! Good and Girls Classes Judging with the exception ot the Vpecjal prizes and the. cups, ha? been finished at the poult ry show. An- nouncement concsrnlng tho specials and cups will ho made tomorrow. J. K Wilkinson and SOQ ot- Edmonton coittnue bis winners. :AU outside ex- hibitors have carried-away a large, numjier of ribbons. Ixical exhibitors nave held up their end well. One reason outside, such a is of lack In many clas- in "the S 'Bes. As a rule local fanciers were in kinson Son- classes where 'competition was. keen. The officials 'of the are' wel! pleased with the showing made in the boys' and girls'.class. The qual- ity of birds was excellent diSord Ott, of the first prixs xlth his Black Cochin Bantam puK let He also won the special prite of a. watch given by H. C. Graham secretary' of the association, and "the Sudge highly'commended the: bird The chief Item in this claw the judge tho condition oC the Miss Laura FracSe, of took the second prlz'o with her S C Buff Leghorn .pullet and Ml Jacobs, of Magi-alb, won third fourth, with her Columbian flotte pullets ,'H -will be remembered (that these "Vrds -were the product of eggs distributed as prizes by the n tbo White Langshans class: All in the Light, Dark Black Cocblu ami- Partridge Cochin Brah- mas Wilkinson Son, as well the prlies in the Houdans 11. B. Myers won the flret hen, cock- erel-'and pullet in V. Por. kings and J. E.. Wilkinson, -and Son got second r A. G. Speuce got -first cock, first and third first cockerel and first pullet in the U. C. Black Minorca :ompellllon. Moore of Lett Bridge got tho secoarl 'hen, second and third cockerel arid and third pullet. He also-seciired tke Ural cocktrol prlie and the firjt and third BUYS SPOUSE A NEW HAT A _______ The purchase ot a. new hat fr by the offending, but later contrite, husband, made as a peace offering to" his spouse, 6 -was tho means of withdrawing' case proceedings in a charge laid by the. Mrs. Annie Barrio, against Joe Barrio ot the Windsor hotel., in the al- leged assault the wife's was badly damaged.. j- 0. class.-' J. E. rere given the W1I- first cockerel and the first hen In this. J. S. Wilkinson i Son got first and second cockerel and .first hen In' the! Sumatra Games, Cornish. H B Myers was awarded the fitrd among the reasons specified is a de- claration that the liquor act is ultra vires ot the provincial legislature. The argument will likely continue all week. CROP SHORTAGES TO BLAME FOR BANKS'CLOSING BISMARCK, N D, Dec shortages are responsible for "more bank closings In North Dakota than in other states, according to a, state thent today by P. W. Cathro. director- the Bank of North Dakota. Word Reaches Ottawa From New-York Ti.it Chances Carpentler probably'will bo held In the-province of Quebec early next summer, according to information K- celved in Huli'frbirt York today. ,The offer made b'y, tha Montreal isporttmen for holding tho battle til that city Is'being considered by Tex itickard, as is also .the. offer made by Ottawa and Hull sportsmen The'chances of the fight being staged'in 'Canada considered par- ticularly bright; and Ih's morning it uas announced-that tho Ottawa and Hull syndicate isas.preparing to 'raise an} oJfer marfe Jby other groupstfor the offer a large puree, but the locafpromotere are pre- to cxwcd nny- offer made by Mont rent to the extent of they assert. Members ot the slate that I ftickard wlll-oB Interviewed personal- ly before, very and two men have been delegated to" go to New York. Tlie promoters point out that the task ot finding a site for the arena to 60.000 'or persons has been overcome. This mornlr.p, UE a precaullon, an opllou was taken on a large tract ut .land, but tho syndi- cate will not mako.aay statement as to the location, excepting to 'say that it la distance from Hull. Mayor Louis.Couseneau stales that out-of-town sportameu are interested, is seeing HuU net the big .fight, ami lie has reason to believe that a special fore, the heavyweight chaiii- plonship fight will be easily procur- able froin the Quebec government, If required; diarnlsse.d by the eonipany becauw they did not work yesterday, Con- ception Day, a Catholic holiday. A delegation of clergy and alder- men of the city will interview the manager of the company and try to straighten things out The man with the-most sand gets the girl with the most rocfcs.: In 1892 We first offered the public ouf DISMISSES BECAUSE THEY' DID NOT WORK ON CHUHCH HOLIDAY THREE RIVERS, Out., Dec. 9. hundred men anti wo- men, employed by the Wabauo were without work this mornlKg, having been TEA MtHtons now use it to their utmost satisfaction Lethbridgc: Poultry and Pet Stock iassociation last spring. will do next epring to. encpura'go this class has not been something will bu .In the Cornish Ganies, John Han- Oton of Lethbrldge1 the first cock and first hen J. D McCartee' ot T> ber got the third hen, flraI cockerel and first pullet K. H Gaunts of Ma grata von the tblrdi cock, second cockerel and second and third pullet. A. O Spence got the prize for the second hen; hi the Pyle Gamo Cock, class R. B. Myers was cock and for the Game Duck Wing pullet D. P. Ca-lyle for his onus torn in the Bronze Turkey lass Andrew, Graham was second, lie also got and second for young" female 'for male Mr Graham was awarded first tpr old-ton] and-first'and second (or Oone Thev deeira to encourage boys' for >oung torn and .first and second and girls to Lake an-active Interest In the raising of first class poultrr. E. P. Brierly, .of Lethbrldge, won the flrst se'cond hen, third cock- ia'rel' and sepohd: and third pullet In the Columbian, Wyandotte class. H. J. Rapid City gol second and third cocr, third hen and first ans third cockerel George Masson, of Lethbrldge, won first hen and, first puilot Georga Lethhrldge, :was awarded .first pen. and. E. F, Brierly second pen. In the Partridge Wyahdotte class 3- E.-Wilkinson and Son of Edmonton won first cock, first and second, hen. X S Battist of Lethbrlclge vfon sec- ond cock, first, second and third pul and third lien H B Myers ol Taber got first' cockerel. T. H.-Llewelyn of Lethbridge was first pen.in the Rose Comb Ancona class as well as first, second and third pullet and first cockerel J Wilkinson and Son awarded the first cock in the 8. C. Brown Leghorn competition. "James Langmalr of Moose Jaw got first'and second hen and Wilkinson got third hen Langmui? also got first cock second cockerel, and second pen, with Lanirmulr-wliirjlng first pen. 1 John Hamilton of Lethbrldge got first, second: andthird henitn- the old hen in the White Holland Tur key class. He j got? first, 'and, second secondyhen and first and second erel as well as for young hen H B Myers got third tor young tom and third young hen t Harding Bros ot Taber won first for cock irt.the Campihes; They. got. id cock- >nd pul- let J E Wilkinson i. Son got first hen and third hen. W J Fawcetl Calgary, got first audiiecond hen and first pullet1 J X! Wilkinson got all awards in the Silver Spangled vHamburg class. W Jacobs of Magifath got second Ben in the and White Polands. Son.got first hen in the White .Crested Polands. Wilkinson were, awarded second .fbii old bale "In the Indian dinner Duck and also second 'or old female. Nell McKellar Q( Ta >er got first for, old-male and first for old female, first for young male, and second'for young male, also first for young female H B Myers first for old male andi firapforToTd7 female- in. the Orpington Dacki f Wilkinson Son verp second for old mole and old female. Black -Red "Game Bantam class. In the Brown Red Oame Bantam class he al o got first hen I Emmerson of second and third hen, first cock and first pull.! iff USi class In A O' V. Bantams Mr Emmer- tori ivaa awarded, first'cock, first and Ee'coijd and 'first, second aqdi third pullet. Ralph Hall of Lethbrfdgo got .second cockerel urfd third-hen II. K.- Fawcett of. Calgarr, in the Golden competl tlon, -ftns awarded rock, firat ind 'third Jieni ifrHt: cockorel and first Hinchoy of-Dim- more' ,cock and second "hen. Mr. 1'awcetl was awarded first, cock-ami flrstjand second, hen .In .the Silver's. H. Bantams. Bros. pf..Lethbridge obtalhed-nll .the uwards in the R. "S. Black -Bantams In tho White R C Bantams E f Brierly first cock, first hen anrt first pullet. C Robinson of LetUHdgc In the Light Brahma Bantams got first and Second' first, and second-- hob, flrst and second cockerel and flrst, and fhird pullet Wilkinson ft'Son 'got third cockerel and'third hen Thelfna-HInchoy in the Black Co- chin'Bantams got first cock-and. sec- ond han. OX Spence. of.Lelhhrldge was' awarded second cock, first and third'hen, first and Second cockerel i Son got first, anl third for male- and -female, in the A.O.V. Geese H B Myers got second For Pekin Du6to, Nell McKejlar got first for old male, first for old female and first tor young female J B Wilkinson gor second in these classes D P. Carlyle was third along the line Neil McKellar -was again on top in the Rouen Ducks He got first for old male and firsthand second for old female Wilkinson Son got for old 'male and second for young male. H. B.' Myers won third for old male, first for young rcale and firs, for yonng female. NAIBELLAPPEftl: nnlflrat pullet H B Roberts'of Calgary in the tion ihbuld pigeon classes w'on first cock .and hen In the- routers, .'Jacobins, Tumblers, C. and Muffcrl Barbs, Trumpeters) Nuns and Turb.ls. K. F. Brierly gbl second cock, and sec- and -Alex. Masson- of Ltthbrldge. got second cock In i ;JI. B. Rpbirtg got first coclc anfl lien In tho.snpw Rimers and Ralph Hall got first cock ftiirlflrat hen'in the Blue Bar WorHlSE Homer, "-Aie: Masson got second cock and second and 'third hen in .this class- Frank Hopkins of Saskatoon in .6. 0 Hbruors won second flrsl cock. 'Mr. R'oberls was awarded1 thlfi cock 'and third hen, and italph Hal got first second cbcK...... v ;in tho A. O. V. Carriers H. B, Rob- erts was awarded first cock and nrsl hen. Red-Check I Kmrnerson got nrstr'cock nnd s6j hen.. .Ralpri-Hail 'got .first sfccond Roberts wasiaward cock, arid third hen. Hall got .first.cock-.and .first hen In 'tho BJue Check Homer class and Roberts' got second cock anrl second K. O. .Forrow of got third cock and third-Hen. In tho CuInca fowl clas., Alex-Mas- con- got second-and third''.for pairs, ati'd H. B, Myers pi! Taber award- hiick fabblts B. P. Brierly got .first and second, entne for Polish doe. Douglas Wyalf" Dlamoii'd City was awarded first buck and first'doe for Belgian Hares. ointment wUt i Andrdw Graham of made a clean of all U la'.farme.'a cln.s and got trie Making a Test- of -the -Alberta Liquor %Aet Before Sup- reme Court EDMONTON, Deo The Alberta Llqnor. Act; for a test before a special sitting of tha Supremo Court ot .Alberta, with Mr. Justice Hynd man presiding Tho caso before tho court is an of, the Nat Bell Liquors, 'from a conviction' arid'fVfik of and costs registered by Magistrate McLeodJn the Alberta provincial cqlirt on Ocjqher 22 for keeping' liquor and a subse- iiuent, confiscation' order forfeiting to the crown'over of