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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 10, THE TKTHP'nnnv: PAKE SEVENTEEN Of Special Prizes at Poultry Stow Awards Made of Cups, Medal and Special Prizes color, merchandise valued at 13.50, by Hart Hardware Co., John Hamilton, _________ winner. I Best Bronze Turkey torn, inert-ban- Lethbridge fanciers went strong in'dise valued at by Western qrocers, the awards of the cups, medals and. Ltd., D. p. Carlyle, winner. special prizes at the poultry show at) Best pair Seabright cash the' exhibition grounds.. As'many'H, by P. Lee, H. K. Fawcolt, of Cal- fadders specialize lu one breed winner. chicken goneralities In regard to the Best male or. female Patrldge Ply winnings made. K.H. Ender-i mouth-Rocks, valued by Terrlll ton won heavily with hta Auconas and Moral' Co., Wilkinson and sop; win- brothers had big win- Dings with their Barred Hacks. George Jones also got his share in.Rhode Is- land Reds. P. If, Enderton, the province's old- est breeder of Anconas, won the West- brook cup for the best display of An- conas. George Jones for tho best Best cock or cockerel. Buff Leghorn, valued 'H: poultry supplies. jacasoa Drug Co., George Frache, .winner." Best Partridge "Wyaufiptte each by C. McCleuagban, A. Bat tlst, winner. Best.male and female, A.O.Y., Ban male In the show won the Board of i tarns, cash 52. by Graham Motors, Trade cup his R.C. Rhode Island Red. -The Bank of Montreal cup for best' of Rhode Island; Reds Georga Jones. E. P; Briefly Vop the Dr. Calvin cup for the best temale In the chow with Em me rsonj winner.'. Ilest cock, cockerel and pullet. Silver Wyandotle, china valued at by -McKlllop Grocers, William Jacobs Mag Best display Ducks; -any variety Pat his White'AVyandotle pullet. The same valued 53.50, by City Harness Shop exhibitor won idui' Bpb-O'Hagan cup per D. D. McNab, Neil MeKellar, Taber for. the best J cock; hen, cockerel and pullet, Columbian Wyandotte. KWestbropk-'brothers wpn the 1 Burns cap the best display Wilkinson and son. ot Edmonton got Into the specials by winning the Cana- dian Bank 6t Commerce silver engrav- ed .media' for, the best display of Or- pingtons. ron the C. Robin- 'results' of the son special for the best display of won with his buif. George '-Masson 'got the Weatbrpok inedai for the best colored Columbian Wyandotte, the 'Columbian Wyan dottes, merchandise valued at fS.EO by Taylor Hardware, E. P. Brierljr, win- Best display of S.C. Anconas, mer- chandise valued at by E. A. Ewart, J'. H; Endertbn, winner. Beat Dark.Cornish hen, cash by A.- G. Spencel J, ohn Hamilton, winner Best Wyandotte, male, one tag of wheat'by A. Graham, P. I. Lee of Loyalist! Best White Wyandotte, female, one- bag. of A. Graham, -E. Brierly, wlhier.. Best Il.S. Rhode Island Red hen merchandise.valued at }2.50, :by The Good Co, George Jones, winner. Best Pair" Black R.C. Bantams, mer- chandise 'valued at by Bender, Westbrook'brothers, winners'. Best pair Cochin Bantams, merchan- dise valued at by the Roy Elec- trio'Cp.i Theima Hiuchey, Dunmorc, winner.- Best dlsplay.of Buff OrplngtonE, mer- chandise valued at by The Simp- son Co., W. B. Murray, Magrath, I win- ner.1 ;..f Best display Rocks, A.O.V., mer- i chandise valued by Tfjeple Fur- lilture Neil MeKellar, 'of Taber, TrlnTVa'c ara. dollar each to L. J. Kempt, f Calgary, for the best S.C. sU'Jid cock and another for the best Hhode Iftead Red cockerel; to 1. mmersou for the best S.C. Hhode Isl- nd Red pullet and to P. ThornhlH for he boat S.C. Rhode Island Red pen. George Jones won ill five dollars onated. by George Frachd as n tho R.C. Rhode Island Red George Moore and George Frache'dl PLAJNTIFF BY JURY (TO TAKE CHARGE OF MANUFACTURING END itooSE JAW, Dec. 9.-Judgnient lO.-Ac cord ins for the plaintiff of sad costs to an ennoundement made here by was a Jury in the .king's ,A. J3. acting manager ol here during last night in the T the case of Patterson vs. the Saakat-: pany, cuowa'n Creamery company. The ac- >t one located at Swansea Bay, one at Port Alice and one on Howo Sound. All situated at tidewater and are capable, together, of producing loirs per annum. lion brought to secure reparation Sour nneers pty lhe Pulp and Paper the; dlrattors -pi the- companj meeVUig, in .Toronto yesterday. Minorca classes. Fracho.brothers donated three ars for the S.C. White Leghorn class! 1. II, Blaekford >von the cockerel and. tullet and George Frache the cockerel. W. J. Nelson donated five dollars, inly three of which .was competed for. I. Roberts of Calgary.won one dpi- ar for the beet pair of magpies, Ralph lall'got qne dollar for the best work.- ng Homer, Blue Bar, .and Hat ding jrdihefB Tauei-r one dollar" for. he best Brown Leghorn hen. R.C. Mr. E. F. Brierly donated five dol- lars, two of which were won by West- >rqpk brothers oii the best Barred Hock, cock end hen; Brierly was awarded one far tho best Columbian Wyandotte cock aiid Gcorgo Uasson lot one for Columbian Wyandotte hch and.Nell McKellar of Taber, dollar for the heal Pekiu duck. ucuific ;uuuru auu ui; v.i tvu, uj lue; Mill Trodluc, ided four dollars of the five donated plalntllt when at wort In lha plant.. i" 1 tTnimai-cnTi i 1io C! ft m a ut IO ItthtJ CUargfl 01 i, I. Eminersou iu tlie S.C. BlaeK of the com pany'a The Whalen cpmpac'y owns' three different tu British Columbia. i winner! i Best display y'exhibition Barred Rocks, merchandise valned at the Elite Cigar Store, Westbrook brothers, i Best display- White Leghornsi, mer- chandise valued at by MacLeod M. B. Bla'ckford, winner. Beat cock, hen, cockerel, pullet, A.O.Y. Rocks, merchandise valued at ?3, by W. McKenzIe, Mrs. Klvett, of winner.' .Best Brown Leghorn, display, merchandise valued at J5, by Hlck- Scbl Hardware Co., James Longmuir, Moose Best'ck. an'l hen, either Caitarrh Of The Stomach Is Dangerous 'Thousands Have It and Don't -Says Physician Irqq'jently Mistaken for. In To Rccogr.lrt ?au TreatX v_ "Thousands' (ol "people suffer more or less furred, coitted tongue, .bad.breath, sour homing stomach, vomiting, rumbling !ti eructations, gas, wind and stomach acidity and call it indigestion' Twhen In reality their trouble is due. to gastric catarrh of winner. Best display of Turkeys, any variety lercbandis'e valued at }3, by Ber Hester, A. Graham, winner. i Best display Toulouse Geese, mcr cliandise valued at by Bawden Brothers, U. B. Myers, Taber, winner Best Homer Pigeon, male nr.female, pair of pictures by A. Neidlg, Ralpl Hall, winner. Best peu R.C.-Rhode Island Reds cash by Rothwell and Knowlden George winner; Best A.O.V.r.Baritaid, valued at Leihbiiilge Candy Kltch 'Best R.C. Black..Minorca cock, mei chandlse valued; by W111W Piano Company; A. Best pen S.CVAF.hbSe'Island' Reds, cash J2.50, by and Knowlden, Fred Thornhlll, Iwibner: Best Belgian Eiclde Service Station per J.' Thompson, Douglas Wyatt, Diamond Best Lanshan black hen, one inner tuba by .Co., A. Graham, winner. Best pen S.C. Anconas, .cash by Kirkby H. 'Enderton, ".Beat; Silver cock and pictures hers, Wilkinson Best'Ancona cockerel, bread tic- tels confined to Lethbrldge exhibitor, >y J. T. Best display Lanshan, merchandise at J. HlKinbotham Drug Co., A. Graham, winner. Best: cock or cockerel, merchandise valued at by C. G. Olander Hardware, William Jacobs, Magrath, wlnneK Columbian Wyandottes. cash by klrkby and Co.; George Frache, winner." M'.. Beat exhibition hen, .cockerel and pullet, Barred Rocks, merchandise valued at by Imperial pil Co, Westbrook brothers, 'winners.' 'Beet display Silver Laced Wyan merchandise valued, at by Bverall's; William Jacobs People'sForuni 1 PILL A LAXATIVE 2 PILLS A CATHARTIC 3 PILLS A-PURGATIVE Thli ts Way Milburn's Laxa- Liver Ptllt STEEL. TONNAOE REPORT NEW YORK, Dec. monthly tonnace report of the United States corporation made public here today, showed tons of unBll- ed orders on hand NoYSmber'30. This is a decrease of tens from last month's unfilled orders which totalled 9.S COUEMAN DENIES REPORT- WINNIPEG, Dec. C, Coleman, vice-president In charge of waiter a-, lines, O.P.R., today dnnled recent, report that considerable Dumber' of men had been laid off at the Westoa: shops. Mr, Coleman stated that, to only men had been laid off, which will later be Increased by another W, This Is about the same as In previous years aud is due to the" close of gallon. Coats may not make the man, law-suits make the attorney.' United Church of North" December 1020. To the Editor of. Herald Dear 51: A. Smith's statement concerning' bed'bugs In hall of; the above; church. You have given; considerable pub-; Hetty to a statement ,made by: Mr. Smlthi 'public candi- date, to the eltect that he had 'a bed bug crawling along a wall: at _ the .'church hall 'at .a meeting held last '-Thursday night and that where one never. any of the old las pills, conialo'Ds as they do calo- mel and other drastic mtueral Ingred- Icstv once you use-Milburn's Laxa- Llvpr, pill that purely vegetable. Owing to tho Kreat care .used to procuring tho hlshesl grads of drugs from they are manufactured, they arei SB.iicar perfect as It is pos- sible, lo.get a.laxative remedy. .''.Th'py .work gently and effectively, wittoiit' gripe or pain. Il_ypu..ar3..trebled vdth constlpa- '.di-iven to dlstrac- j with i Btck.-.he'iidachcs. If your your breath bad, S'bur. muddy, your eyes yollowi? have floating specks before the'.'eyes, "Jaundice, .itching, bleeding or protruding piles, stir up your slug- glsHrllyer. >yltl( a few doses of Mil- Mackle, Ont., desire, t'o' express my thanks' for the.relief I Have had UBliig jLaxa-Llver .PDls. had.oeeh suilerlng for some time. Iron constipation ..and1., bad headaches. trjed-all sorts bt'jures, wliich did no good, liKtll I to try your .visible many more might be-In Iding and it. Is !elt" that equal pub- :clty ought to be given to a state- lent made by the authorities of the hurch in question. Deeply resenting what was e a false statement made only to takn rise dnt-of a previous speaker the cssion 'of the chnrch decided to ask ilr. Smith to retract the words used s publicly as he had.made ho course of a conversation with- a epresentative of tho session Mn Smith declared, that not being an etymologist he not prepared to ay what the thing was that he t might have been a fly or some other iug, but whilst expressing regret verb- ally he does not give any satisfaction o the request that the retracted. Since the hall in. question is used almost daily for religious services atid meetings the board feel that tbe case s not jnet by silence and can only >e.met by frank denial and request Sir. Smith to retract the'words after 'taking only.; a few do se's. Price. 25c. a all ilealors, or mailed direct !on receipt of price b) The-T. Limited, Toronto Using DR.'WOOD'S NORWAY PtNE SYRUP At a mectlngtpr the.quarterly, ofli-j clal hoard o'f .the church held last night expressed that at least two of the speakers of the said meeting failed to respect the associa- tions of ithe hall and that no effori was made by the authorities loaning.! That Buckling in the throat sensa- tion.'Is: "most- distressing and causes a dry cough that not only keep's you In misery all day long, you enjoying a good v-r Norway Pine Syrup, tho most sooth- ing andVhealing._e3p2ctorant. herbs combjnc'jl with the.luug- j.vlrtues world-famdiis will give, almost instanti'rellef..In -of' this t E. A. Price, Port'Carllng, about, a month: las' bad a bail aj'tidkling ju .my throat.. I the halt t'b prevent the audience ,r'...V. the writes a New York physician. _: Catarrh of tho stoinacli Is danger- ous because the mucous membrane lining of: the stomacli Is thickened and a coating of phlegm covers tho surface that the digestive fluids pantiot mir with the food and digest soon breeds deadly' disease; In' the fermented, tin assimilated .food. The bloorl Is pol- luted carries (lie Infection throughout .the hotly. Gastric ulcers ulcer Is (he .first sign of a d'cadiy V I In catarrh of the etomsch a good and safnitreatment Is to tako before meals a teaspbonful of pure Blsurated Magnesia in half a glass of hot water hot an you .can comfortably drink it. The'.hdt water washes the mnconji from the sfo'mach walls and draws the blood to the r stomach while the blsurated Diagnesla Is an excellent sol- vent for mucous and lucres EOS the effldsncy bf.tbe hot.water treatment, Moreover the Bls'nrated Magnesia will serve'as a 'powerful but harmless antacid phlch will neutralize any excess hydroctilorlc acid that may bo Jn-yonr Stomach and sweeten its food Easy, .natural digestion wlthotfl distress of any klnl should soon folfow. Bfstiratcd Magnesia is not a laxative, Is .harmless, pleasant and easy to can bo pMalned from any local dnigglsL Don't con- (use BIsnraUd Magnesia with.other lorms (it Magn'eela, milk, citrates, etc., biit.get ft In-the pure bisnraled form especially prc- parc-d for tab purpose. win hef> Beat display. merchandise valued'lit-' Stosei Drug Company, LyJ. Kpinpf, Calgary winner. Best cock, ben, cockerel and pullet R.C. Rhode Island Reds; one ham, b; R. Coultry, George Jones, winner. Best'cock, hen, cockerel, or pnllei S.C. merchandise valued a by Consumers'. Hardware. Co.; P II Enderton, winner. Best pen Dark Barred Rocks; }2.BO, by Becker and Yales Lumber Co., Westbrook brothers, winners. Be st R .C. Rhode Isl and Red cockerel, .one case of apples, Scott Fruit Com- George 'Best R.C. Hhodefisland'Rcd pullet, one caao' of 'apples, by Mercantile Jones, winner. Beat Wyandotte pullet, one case of Ffiilt Com- pany, B. P. Brierly, winner. Best Columbian. Wyandotte pullet, one of apples, _ by.'-Lethbrldgc Mercantile Co., George Massoa, win- ner.- Best display Bantams, any variety, merchandise valued at by Henne- sey and Wilson, C. Robinson, winner. Best White Holland' torn Turkey, one.roll roofing by.Western Canada Hardware, A. Graham winner. Best display Game Bdntams, one pail poultry food, People's Drug Slore, I. Emmeraon, winner. Tho special-prizes'of the Assml- hpla-Music Company for the best An: cona pullet, dark Dar- red Rock cock, hen and best White Wyandolte cockerel on'e music record for each. The following aro winners: V. H.' Bndcrtpn, T. H. Llewelyn, West- brook brothers. Best BuR, LeEhorn, by Becker and Yates Lumber Co, George winner, pen Orpingtons, cash by T. i'" W 'Tours faithfully, John Ferguson, Sec. For the Official Board of the United Church, v SANTAISHERE With Gifts for Everyone :We are shelving a. assortment of practical, useful gifts. A variety to delight women, gMi and boys, and we're keeping It will be easy to make.a-selectioh of any gift here. FOR BOYS AND (SIRLS Toys, Games, Dolls, Doll Carriages, Kiddy Kars, Sleighs, Coaster other'toys of every description. Skates in good variety. FOR OLDER PEOPLE A nice assortment of Hand Painted China, Silverware, Cut Glass, Biass Goods, Jaidinieies, i Dishes, Manicure Sets, Goods. 1 KILLED IN PACKING PLANT WIFE GETS DAMAGES MOOSE JAW, Dec, Ipr the plainllft was Given In. the king': bench court liere this morning. cording mlnntes of settlement, fljeil by the lawyers In the case of M'ri Rusnak vs the Gordon, Ironside npd Fares'Packers, Limited, .for tho siiVit of Jand certain specified .bills which will bring t'o >be neighborhood of The plain- ill's husband was killed in the ng plant of tho defendant company. here on June 4, this year, and she was left small oldest being but nlno years of learly; W( (Ihe time.' I "tried different and cough syrups, but cbiild' 'A friend advised me Norway Pine Syriip and before. I' had-used two" bottles, my was 'and gone for. good. .1 have not coughed since." Dr. Norway.-Pluo Syrup is put .up.'ln a three plneitfees tho price 35p. mid'fi3c.ra bottlo, at utacttirod- only by The T. Milburii Co., Lltnltcd, Toronlcjj GENERAL HARDWARE 1524 13TH STREET NORTH Shilli'neford .After Suffering Fivt Years Says TanTas Has Restored Him m Boat pen R.C. Aneonas, cash {2.50, by Crystal Dairy Co., T. H. Llewelyn, winner. Tha Chief Mountain Dairy has given one pounrl uf butter to each of the following: George Jones for best K.C. nhode.Island Red cockerel) H. 0. Gra- ham for the best, Xnconri' S.C. cock! K. P. Brlorly for best Columbian.Wyan- dotto cock; Westbrook brothers for tho best Dark Barred Rock and K. P. Brlcrly for the best White pullet. P. H. Enderton has donated to Weslbrook brothers for boat exhibi- tion malo Barred .Rock and beat ex- hibition femalo Barred Rock. T. H. Llewelyn ban donated one dol- lar lo each of the H. C. Graham for the best Aticona cock; F. H. Enrtsrlon for tho best Ancona hen and to V. H. Enderton for the best Ancona pullet and best Ancona pen; rose or single dollars In all. Mr. .Llewelyn was awardtrt one "It 'seems almost too good to bn Intc that T am at last free of my aw-, fill suffering aud able to c-at a gpofl meal and lie down at nljht and sleep Ilko a said Ernest ShUllngford, 344 On Appelle Avo., Winnipeg, Man., a valued employe of tho Canadian Government Railway. "About five yearn I suffered a general breakdown, wai in .bed for two ohtl never fully regaHied my strength until I took Tanlac., My appetite went back on mo completely and I could scarcely force down and digest enough to keep mo up. "I got so nervous Just any llftlp noise would upset mo and i sclijohi slept.any. before1 early lost'weight. until my clothes were much too largo for mo and got so weak I could scarcely stay on my'.jpb'. Two years before I got Tanlac I suffering with a._. lo make a long story short, I bccafiio almost a complete wreck. "I certainly was In luck when I got Tanlftc, for tho results have been nothing short, of wonderful. I'.tpbli sovcn boltlcH in all, and since 1 finish (id my third bottle< my appetite' has been so-big meal time doesn't uoihe around soon enough for me. 1 an' not nervous any more, sleep like a log every, nlglil and get up feeling flni in tho morning. 1 am no troubled with constipation, 'haVi gained ten pounds In weight, In fact, 1 feel .lust as.well as I Slnco Tanlac hag clone so mucfi for me I just can't It prize in this contest (or tho host An- Tanlac Is sold in Lethbrldge by J D. Hlglnbolliam ft Co., Limited, Drug George .Jones has deflated Dvo ilol- gisls, What better security for yogr Investment than the general revenue and Province, of Alberta? There is no Safer or Better Investment Offered to both the small or large investor, than Alberta Ten Year 6 per cent Gold Bonds issued in denominations of and and priced at par, (there being no deal- er's commission payable by the purchaser.) The Returns are Steady and Sure Every six uf May and 1st of November, Interest at the rato.of per annum Is paid by coupon, and the principal with Interest due will be raid In full'on 1st.of May, 1930. They may_bp registered as to principal. Apart from the attractive rate ol Interest these bonds bear, ami tho fact that they are free from all taxes in tho Province of Alberta the citizen with tho Interest of the Frc-vinco at readily see tho advantage of this form of investment, sinco' Interest payments notf going outside will bu ko-pt at honie. V; Now the Time to Invett If you haven't enough to buy a C7o honil, star! saving by purchasing Alberta S% demand savings them later for Gold ponil for npplicalion form, or mall your accepted cheque to the Deputy Provincial Treasurer; or you may purchase these (told Bonds through yonr local bank, or from any recognized bond honso In (ho Province of Alberta. Hon. G. R: MITCHELL, W. V. NEWSON, Provincial TrdasiiVftr.' Deputy Provincial Treas. Parliament Buildings, ALBERTA If? ;