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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TWRI.VK mi? iFrnmmor.E DAU.Y THl-RSDAY, PaiUSIATTHEPlM TVhltt 1. E. F. I. 2 toS S. A. C, Spence; cockerel, Brlerly, ei'y; hen, 1 find 2. Brierly; 1, II. K. Gray; pullet. 1 and 3. H. K. eockere', 1 iDd 3. C., Pircle; pullet. 1 and a, C. S, BrlerJy. Sllrer i, JM. Beaton, cltj; htn, and S, Jij. Btnlon; 1, C. Eriekson. rJuamors; cockerel, 1 and 2, C. Erictson, 3. Dinton; pullet, 1 find C. 1-Mcsaoa. 3, Jas. Demon. BuH Cochin 1, arstMien, Geo. Hunt. Cansplne Harding ro5., hen, 3, Harding Bros., Tsbfr; cockerel, 1. irarJing iJroa.. Taber; pullet. 2. Harding Uroi. Tatar. Goldeu Pencilled Hamburg mi I 2, H. K, Cilgnry; pul'et. Dull Wracdottes-Cook. 1. NeH K- Calgary. i VcKdllar 1 1. N. UeKellar: j, j.Lncuai. i__ i xc. Kellar, Taber; hea, DIact lj H. B. Urcri, Teber. Partridge I, J, C. MHlre. Selilrt. Manitoba, II. D. ilyers; hc-u, J. C, Mil- ler, 3, H. D. Myers; cockerel, 1, J. D. lleCsner, T.iber, J A- pallet, rullel, J. C. Miller. J. D. McCarter. Golden laced Will Be in Their lies! Inltrest Declares Oflichl From Headquarters the return to Alberta ol Sam J. D. Me Carter; ben, 1 McCarter; cockerel, 3, J. D. Mc- Ctrter. j VVyandotle 1. F. J. Tlmns. Calgary: hen. 2 and 3. P. J. Tkrms; 1 and 3. Timmi. Buff 1 and 2, Jack Lyonj, hen, i, Em- menon tnd Waterhouse, city, 3 md S, Jaclt Lyons; cockerel, 1, Emmerson WaterhonBfr, 2 mid J, Jsck Lyons; pallet, 3, Jict Lyons, 2 and 4, Em- and S, W. B. Murray. Magratb. Blact i, E. P. Tuaon, city; fcea, 1, E. P. Tuson. E. E. Hamblln, Calgary, 3, C. Maekenxla. Ewlli Current; cockerel 1, E. Ham- Win; pu'.let, 1. B. Hamblin. Blni i. ij. It. Dace, Cardston, C and S, Reg. Smith, CirdatoD; cockerel, 1, L. R. Duce, Cardston, 2 3, Reg- Smith; pullet, 1 and 2, Smith. 3, L. H. Duce. I, Geo. Hurst, Calgary, Mafrath, 3, II. Myers; hen. 1. Geo. Hurst. 2, Jacobs: cockerel, J, Geo. Hurst, 2, TYm. Jacobs, 3, Ceo Frache. S.C. D3ack MinorcA--Cock. 1, G. C. Mmms. Medicine Jlat- 2, H. B. Myere; hen, I, 3 and a. G. C. Nimms; corfccrel. J, 3 and S. G. C'. pjlfor, L md 3, G. C. Nimms Jl.C. Black 1, Geo. ciiv, 2, H. 8- Myert: ben IT A. G. Spsnce, 2, Geo. Moore, city. 3, H. B. Myers; cockerel, 1 and 2, Geo. Moore, 3, A. G. Spence; pullet, 1 and o, Geo. -Moore, 2, A. O. Spence. Black Rose Comb 1 and Wesrbrook Hros, cllj; hen, 1 and Z, West brook Bros.. 2. even, Calgary; cockerel, 1, Bros., citr, 2. Venchuseren: pDllets, 1 and 2, Westbrook Bros., 3, Verochus- even. While Cochin 1, West brook Bros. LJght BraUma 1, Rob- inson and Farmer, city; hen. 1T Robin- son and Farmer- pullet, Iloblnson and Farmer. Dark Brahma 1, J. D. McCarter. Black Cochin 3, H. B. Gray, cily, 2, A. G. Spence; hen. 1. .V. McKellir; pullet, I, N. Me- iV. Mr. hen, 1, A. A. Moreton. S. ienlatlTPs In charge of of A. Graham, city; rocfceral. 1 and 2, A. Itciiws' in nisirlcl Xo. IS. ind the calling o: the conlerence betwoi-a Lhem and Ihe In Calgary on Ibe mine uj! again, and tlif R.C. TVhlte 1, A. A. Mors- !ock, 1. 'f J n IwinTs anifl. I Friday or '_ u-j____.. -r.i._______i_.._i i T (tnn Bros., Taber; I. J. S. Edwards Broi.; pnllst. 1, J. C. Mlllsr. 2, Edwarda Bros. E.G. Buff 1 and Jaci Lyons- hen, l aaj 2, Jack Lyoni, 3. J. C. Miller; cocVerel. 1 and 3, W. city, Jsch pallet, 1, Jack Lyona. 2, J. C, Miller. S.C. Dark Brown Leghorn I, Jacobs. S.C. 1, Jai. Langinuir, .AiXtow, Sask.; hen 3. JBE. lang- 1 Lludeu, Welasklwlo, 3. HardtDff Broc.; cockerel, 1. 7 and 3, Nela Linden; pullet, 1 and 2. XoTa Linden. R.C. Brown Leghomj, 1 and 2. N'elf Unden; cockerel. 1 and tlon O.B.U. some which cli headway recently catnpa. Is in for another riijht. In on Interview In ihe Calvary Her Id Mr. Uallamyae EC Is forth ike cause or thi U.M.W. of A. ftc fol- love: Ballar.tyna Tilki "Our purcosa here at tha pruiant lieia> a soldier, Imft Is to brtns abovjl Tija killej yesterday ?.rtcrnocn FREEZING OPERATOR SENDS' WIRE FOR COAL WITH MITTENED HANDS Oil 1C The (olegraph operator at Mont, wiggled his Kith a mitteaed hand twlay. and nd- lha C'hlcago ate points is "Oyerator Administration at ond Intermedi- to death. Abso- Would rwt, but It's 33 below zero oulsldft. It no coal, sctiJ blau- lrectorXjeucral Hluea refernj hli copy ol tho telegrnin "o T. Proctor of tho iMel ComiLilttco. A Ehlpmonc of coal started for shorlly noon. Tho IWUnjs aituaUon, It said, was regarded aa desperate. Tcrreuce Corrigau, a pioneer rail- lutcly no coal Xo heat ID telegraph romler, %-ho Lnd kept a hotel at Grat- ofUce. G? c2ice zero, ton, Ont., Is dead. of Toronto Ketail Suits May Bo Cheaper HENRY tj. FRICK dea-1 of plo- TORONTO, Dec. Helatl cloth- iers of this city predict that when tho board of commerce clothing order coes Into effect ncit Monday tho man on tbe ilrect will ba greatly disap- point cJ at lha reaulL Only on Ihe chcajicr clasi of goods will bo U. S.- steel dea-1 of ia Price- tbe-v Somo inaiac poisoniiig. He was stabbed and -'ulls which now iell for 53S will shot tho famous "Homestead next Monday for 434.50. On suits some years ago. RETURNED SOLDIER KILLED BELLEVILLE. Ont. .Uec. Lac am frbcrety a conterenco can be hsld operators and mlnen with o( tho 'of an asreeraenl." r.emarfce-1 and 2, Jacobs; pullei, 1 and 2, muir. H.C. Drown I Scm Balltntyce to ifco Ctisarr Her- Hftrdtng EroE.; hen, 1 and Xelifftld Tuesday mornint. represcn- tAtlre of tba Unite i Mlco Workers of America, together, with Dal- Er.nurl Cuddy, were ap- polntej a specui! comtnuteo to deal with tho ruining- affairs in Alberta, Corby dlsillMpK which sell retail for end orer there will be practically no chaago In The order provides for a profit of 35 jier cent, plua express or char- was ges on all goods vvhlch'cosL Ihe cloth Ihe ]er !25 anj under. On suits which.rosl the cJolhler more than 525 a profit of and Percy Slack was soriGssly lojureil. BO jier cent. Trill be allowed. From Ths men fell down an elector shafi.jlhli proDL tho retailer must pay all a distance of jQ feel. JoTcrhoad oipcnscs. BLUE RIBBON TEA A woman's nerves are pro- verbially sensitive. Delicate women best appreciate ihe sobihang, refreshing, fragrance of a hot cup of Blue Ribbon Tea. and Ihe t former rupmbers KBTC re- 2, Xels Linden; pullei 1 and 3, Ncls Linden. S.C Blaci- I. II. I., Myen; hen, 3, H. B. Myers; ccccvtroJ, I attended Tarious conlerences be- turned to ftie city alter a stay In the trailed Slates, where they H. B. Myers; pullet, 2. H. B. Myers. I SUver Leghorn. Pallet, 11. D. Mye'ri. Black Red Gama 1. Ralph Hall. city. Drown Jlrd Gams 3. Ralph Hall, ctly; pallet, l, Emraer- son and A.C.V. Game Coci 1, Ralph Hall, 2, H. C. Graham, city: hen. 1, Ralph Hall, 3, Einmerson and the operaton, miners a ad gov- ernment officials. In Interest of Kesnrding Alberta. Mr. Balluntyne atalej that ibey had returned to the province JD Ifce Jnterfits ol lie Unit- fid .vjnp. U'okera of America and Canada. He wished to EH> ihr.t :h? men who toiled in. the mines were one of the greatest industrial factors cnrnprising society; in fact their im- ____ 3, II. G. Graham; cock- .Parlance more [ully recognized erel. 1, Emmenon Walerhouse, Ralph Hall; pullet, 1 and 2, Emmer- son and Waterhouae. Golden 1. -H. K. FaKcett, 3, Wm. Jacobs; heu, 1 and 2, H. K. FflTTcett. 3, Wm. Jacobs; cocfc- today than ever bolore. ETirt he fce- llevcd that Iha public was fully cos- Dlianl of the truth of this statement. said 'Mr. yattantyne, feol to bring E'ODUI.Justice to the who labor la the icities it be erel, 1, II. K. FawcetL; pulbt, 1, II. K. Decessary lor all elements comprla Fairceit. Silrer Fawcsll; hen, 1 and 2 H. K. pullet. 1, H. K. Fan-celt. W.C. Black Pjcrrhca 13 t-ndocbtccly a vital to both tnd teeth. Ten- dcr indicrtc it, and wJili it come testh. Inpcrccplibly, at tr.c recede from the normal line. uiHAme- They pie- scnt mny 1 by opeaings' Cor millions of bzcteria to ctfccb the tooth base: Tooth-base decay quietly fcUoTTS. Ercn if Iha cnvity be" filled lad tha tooth saved, the gaca coa-. to recede. Remember, too, that! L-.d blccdia? gmas act as ia; crany dsonrays fcr dtscise io cater the system infecting joiats or or causriif ether ailir.eolj. I Against this Pycrrhta (Rings' Dis-1 csrc) ordinary tocth-pcstes are less. Vet Pj-orrhea nttsda four out oE five pccplo are over forty, anj under thia ogc. Hut Fprhan's it used In tbuo ocd ux-d consktcntly Pycrr hea. It 13 a scicctijfic tooii as KcU, Brash rlth it. Sec prornptly blccdiaj cr gusi ladcrnEj ceases r.nd ycnir teeth arc tcpt Iirhilo cad clean. If guin-shriztigc haa already Ett Li, start UTUJ; Pcrhoa's and coiisult a. dailist immediately for tpxial _ 35c and COc tubes. All FOKHAN'S LTD., Kda. ing the public, and hare becn[ so depended! '-h" 1. J. C Miller; cockerel, 1, J. G. Miller; pullet, 1, J. C. Miller. Sllrer Cock, 1, Geo. Hunt; hen, 1, Geo. Hurst. PRESBYTERIANS WILL CO-OPERATE WITH THE METHODISTS IN N. B. Canada during to [uroish them ttiis cold winior, XJ, prac- tfeal scheoiB for. co-operatloa, pranar- ed by a joint coTnmlsa'on of the Pres- byterian and MelhodtsL bodies (or the southern and western half ot the prov- ince was approved nl Uie qnarler.y mKllns of. the presbjlery of St. John, which ivas held hare" yealerdaj-. By operate wilb us to see that tho mine workers in Alberta should be paid Tnir and that their conrtilious employment shall be made safe and sanitary, and that' their Lome conditions In the. coal camps shall be more congenial." Mr, Ballantyno stated that Ihe pur- poad of tba being In Al- herta RI the present lime TTSS to bring about Traya tind means whereby a conference could be between rep- o( the operators and miners Ihe .Substantial. Incriass "We belleTe that the time has satii the International repre- EentatlTC, "whan the mloa ivorkera of this field must, be paid a Increose of and the condlttons ot nmnloymeDl made more cocgeniaL lhls_plan, the Methodial church will Ii the miners ut AJberla will aland witb'draw from Eonund ton, Grand i loyal to the United'Mine Wcrzers of Falls. aiusTille, Toblque and six Eiual-l America, tha International or ler placea where student preachers lion Ji ready anil willing to had been engaged durlas the sum- And to lend Ha support to the end mer. Tho Prertjterlans will leaTC lo that such may bo attained. their frlendlr rlrals the districts oi "Wo hope lhat this can be accom St. Merlins, Barnes Corner, Hlecfc; pllshed In an orderly way." he con- Hirer, RiTerside, Wesllleld and Mich- tinned, "through negotiations and mac settlement. A co-operat.Ta ar- conciliatory Liethods ot procedure, rangcment hag been mads for other.The progress of the mine workers In districts -where 'both are fairly orcnly repreaenled. STRANDED VESSEL REFLOATED QUEBEC, Dec. Canadian government steamer Monlcalm, which was sent last week from Port Hast- lojx, In tho Straits of Canso, to the aid or tha C. G. S. Aranraore, near on tha north shore, Alberta, depends largely on their own conduct. K they arc united with tho organization that bas stood the lest tor more than twenty yeara--thcJr hope ol Eucceaa can, bo Touched for, bat otherwise should they become dlrtded and bring about a chaotic condition, their cause for justice will a I iik Into oblivion." Repudiates Statements Mr. Eallftntjne Elated thai they had been Informed that {here verb men end will be towed lo a shellerca bar- ho.- along tlie coast where she prill go Can Into TFfnler quarters. In lha spring she will Is taken to Halifax for re- paint. of Iho Lhat L'Dltcri the re Mine Workers ol PARIS STOCKS IRREGULAR PARIS. Dec. Irreg- ular on the bourse today. Three per cenL rentes GO IranM, J5 centlmca. Kichaoge on London 44 francs, 3 ceo- tlmec. The dollar iras tiuoted at 11 I franci 82 1-2 centimes. Araerlca, who were located In Alberta, were not honest and In en- deaTorlng lo look after Iho Interests of tLo miuers, that their motives vere scrlftah. Tbis wcs entirely Tvith- out fonndatloD, said Mr. Drill.intync, art] wan devoid of trulli. If tfiey -A'ere not concerned about Iho uonier.1'at tha mlnee they TOUM leave liio dis- CirlsJ tfial'salll When 1i becomes lifeless, liiiii or loses ils lustre; when ugly appears, or your hair falls out, a 3j-cent boftlc of dclighlful dependable "Danderinc" from any sforc, will save you 'air double it's beauly. Vou have nice, thick ftaii. ion trict fmmedlaiely, because the ills trict. n a A financial consideration wns liability and not an imel. Thd In IcrnatEonal organization slnci) laklng charge had paid all the expense of running the organization In Albcrla up lo Iho present Umc. Therefore, said Mr. Dallantyno, If they were It from a financial aland potnl thciy would BSTO money 'by from Hie Held, n conclusion Mr, stated that thry wanted to maV.e It emphatic that they had no other purpose thao to bring about belter conditions Tor men who toiled In the mines. CANADA'S HUNDRED DAYS "August 1918, was Uie black day of Ocrniany In Ihe History of Hie War. 9n eays In hi: Apolog'a. In Us official report of Jhat crush Ing dcttfll hefoin Aiji.T.u.i t. c .or- nran (lie German General Staff aid were up against lh-i clJU of Ihn French Army and the celebrat- ed Canadian Corps. The battle of Arnleng which first hroko the enemy line on llic West Kront. wao ttructurally and LacMcally a Canadian Corps Halllr, How great was (la part la out by Mr. l.ivftsay ID liis book Jlun- drcl p-hoiil lo lie published by T' Al'nn, of Toronto. Tho iva. preatnl an for thu Canadian I'rcsj. cora Here h the latest Itind news from music P-'iu-ccn the covers of this handsome bcwk you will find 4 ;nrcrcstiag of up-to-thc-minutc musical informatJon- newest successes of ih: moil :r of opera, conccn, and The best and kicst dance The iriumpKi of great sym- orcFc'-trjs. end military bands. Songi and music .Ji nnd 21! agcj- All ihe music worlj is on Columbia c will fmj fas- cinaiing numbers convcnicndyiniJcxcd In and auihoiitative en- cyclopcdii of mosic. This new Columbia Catalog ii in- dispensable to mosic lovcis who ivuh to their records up to dale. Every Columbia dealer has a limited supply for distribution without charce. Dcsutc lo get your copy before this complimentary edition is cxhauiicdj Colurr.bfa Standard Models lo Hcia Columbia Hcccrdi the 20th of eajry month 'COLUMBIA GRAMOPHONE COMPANY, TORONTO iniboia music Lo. DEALERS 315 6th St., S., Phone 1545 Lethbridge, Alta J.D. Higinbotham AGENTS THE REXALL STORE' WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CHEMISTS ALBERTA'S PIONEER DRUGGISTS PHONES 1515 AND 322 ;