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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta I'RIDAY, DFXEMBER 13. 1918 : With tho JudglnB comploteiiS* at liw' ipoiiltry show, the public is^'flUdiUK. it ivery interesting to vliilt thd"'buyairiir tat the fair grounds apd^cpmsutii^lfi'^ winners, and today quite a number ot visitors are tlireading their-way ,Ber twoQti the tiers ot feathered arlst^^ crats. The show cloBoa this evening; and before that time the Poultry As-aoclatlon expects to do enough' bustl-iiess fo be able to turn over quite a,-lidy sum to helfc the .R6ta,ry '.tlJul), Btago the ItlSdies' Ciirlstraas tree'pn Saturday afternoon. Interest in the judgiUg\on Thursday ftttornoon centered arourtd the spec, Sals and in these Lethbridge exhibitors did well. The Wright c\ip tor the best female, all breeds, was won by the WortK I .Tfie CMtAStAN SMTCO/UMireO PAGE ELEVEM Q BOATS > j'disy .."Bartlmeus" In 1/ondoii ":ii^-7 Times) TJiijre w*�:;:a. day, now happily past, when -tiife' submarine acourgci was broadcoEt npou the seas; then tlie .country turned far Its salvation (o the Navy, upon which, under the ' good providence of God, it had grown, accustomed to rely in most of the crlBea of its history. ScJentifio and mfe.than-ical appliances, on a scale adetiuale to meet and checkmate tlio oulrage of unrestricted ,. submarine warfare, could not be prodUced,>^' pressing a ,^vy�=,_TT.~^ jpressure, tne.uerman iimwrng yara.s 2000 birds competing, while at Leth- ^rere gaining in :tl}a race.viBvery; day bridge last year-she won nrst in her . brought its sidltening.'t^Mt/B^ hottBst c ass of, and-burning aiidIhnwdOTl tftg,&l-gh .ever Ssxhiblted , ,,,i �, :ian,iia^fiu':fi^iineia S'r,o, l>y B. P. Tuson:of Lethferidge.' ['^nl^^o^fZmlT^^^^^^^ ^'""^"'^-^ ^ild'.coW. of Xlg- class in probably.U;e Black Oi|)lngtoil hfena hen has had a wonderful career in the famous winners from Brandon and breeding in Southern Alberta. Twri years ago she won the Wright cup at A COLD show pen and is a living example of ^^er well known specimens from B. whk can be accomplished in poultry , ^, ^,4..Alberta points. 1 ^wps sankrai^^tUe.^av^-^^im a .. At the present show Tuson has also word. It was. S^din^'lts.d^mn^lsst" won the Taylor cup on his famous silence, accordiii^ ,;;p its  w;bniV: And pair of Black Orpjngtofl^y.alpo the Oi;r not even in fbieoastle'or ' wardroom pingtoii Club of Canada's' shield for jdid men so muoh'-a? wiiiei'er-B-hai.'was the best pair of WhUe Orpingtons with : afoot. Today iho. 'sub|iiififlfe i-elfifiius ugh in the latter | merely as a stera.'cori'.ectiVe.Lturbins yon ever come out ^ cHf� theatre, or church or over-heated room and felt. Immediately the cold night �ir cf^ught your throat and breathinK passages, that you . were going to catch cold? That Is.the tlm* to take Peps. Two or three Peps taken at ouce -will prove an nnfailingr preventive. A cold developed means need-less suffering and expense. Safeguard yourself by ol. ways keeping a box of Peps on hand. They are also best "for toughs, sore throct and bron-cbitis. - All dcolerii, 50c. box. homebred stock, although award Mr. Barker the Judge had to call iu the.other judges Messrs. Woods pt wJnBiBiir wtti! Wijii^feife^bt :;i;et!ti: bridge before finally arriving at a decision. JHingston Bros, of Calgary won second in this event, with a fine wastfe and extravagahcei'bracing the nation's neryo^ The ingenuity of, man ;is' bduiVlleiisj 'ftod^ s^ has' jiot'yet said her word; human courage and devoted valour alone seem to have reachsid a point there is no transcend pair of birds. They w6re also'award-:ing. It was these two factors which ed the special for the best collection | stemmed the flood at the moment of of White Orpingtons and are going , supreme crisis; on, thfese .the veil i.i at back to Calgary weltpleased with the ilastl lifted, and the tale no\y itokl in all 'Or COUGHS & CHIlLS. judges' awards throughout: The best male h'rd in the show was won by a rare stamp ot dairk.Cornish exhibited by M; Ross Wallace of Calgary, the runner up being Tuson's first pri^e Orpington cock.- A large nuinber of other specials were also decided yesterday, the results of which will appear later. A warning against German propaganda wWigh aims to^.croate trouble ;K^i*weBnJ||feat Bril;ftffiahti,t}i.$':;,Uhlte^ t'lBtates was 'sounded m. the rri?i�nadiat� i Club at Tp^onto b^^Ir. F. Aji'McKen'j; i zie, a � Lol^if new^aperma^i. " \., Boxes fUs'Iied ^l|h" sh^ed tqii'l Porontglmmi Monlkfcal werefSbund to>' lie%lid ^|tll.^llqus�l^(^ 'ism^. . :i We have a small lot of wrapped Jonathan Apples (tree from thalt spongy rot). These are in fine condition. At, per box;.,.........................'.,................. 1.85 Other-iyarieties at. ..,,;::.. 2.10 MI)�fii^rX>W-^'-:'...^ 70c i^yxp^^^iiHi pepf.pftt;.;... I5e Wayitt'�0fr�ie^^^^^ Orah'ge Jelly. BIac|i^urr^rit!'orSBrambIe Je11y, Nice large Swee^. Orfnae*] Rer dozen . .i.. .'.^^^i"..;. We,' Mixed Niitsthat do net"hav4 that smoky taste, per lb. 30c Wethey's Mthce Meat; per lb. 20c Cranberriee,. per lb, S'. it. .'^i 2Dc Potatoes, per bag |...,;. .f.; .1' 2,po Cabbage and Turnips, per lb. 3c Carrete, Beets and Parsnips, 8 Ibe. for.................. 25c 4 PfiRCENTi Atl-bWEp .ON THE CASH AND CARRY TRADE. PHONE 1150 801 NINTy AVENUE SOUTH simplicity ;and truth. The Early Phases The methods of tlie German submarine iu its war against unarmed shipping gradually settled down to a routine which varied but little' in thp early phases of the conflict. It was the custom to attempt to torpedo at sight, on the principle of the l^ast said the soonest mended. If t^g; torpedo missed, as was not infrequently the case, the submarine broke.#nrface a pille or -so away from the;,.s,bip and Jjred a B|iot acrosj-cher bows. Tljei iherchantinan had ,i,hen twp. alterha-:tlves: to'take to ht0ieels;and try^.tij Escape, ,ot to heav4-,-to and^.abandtui ship. In^j.thei latter'^case tlje*; subiM|T tjine closed' the dei;elict to"'withiiffi&j] li^ew hund.fed yardftiand summoned tl^J iJoats alongside.' At thfe muzzle of a revolver the captain was ordered into tlie ..snbmarine with his papers and the crejv of his boat directed to row a party; of German sailors, bearing- .hombsij.^b'ack tQj.th6 ,jhii},,5i'(TheBe worUiies, Ifa^ing p|*ced tffi hSMbj^^n the iliip's li|tals a^^^^.^d ^t^*^' I era' gnartent returned tas-the subm^r-I inc,^propeJ^ ^^^y 1 gaged in sinking From the GeVnifcu j point ot view the situation wfts not 1 witliout its humor, and in the major-! ity of cases these merry Teutons saw : fit, by jeers, to share the jesfi-''\vrtth ing on the tradfejixoutes. must iuevit- ^ ably meet a auhWarine In time, and " in her charaGtor'tofiPfiyoeCulmerchant- ! man be oTdorffd tiiDi;(^b.'vn(lon shlpi The ; ship jnight.biS abandoned to all out- ' wardinpUearanpes, btn mm retain sufficient meir.�^,dflinceale(i on board 'to fight'tho hiddeo'guns when the mom-en^ came; for'her to rnsl ril.sgulse to the WIn'ds a'tid'KolBt tlio While Knaigu. Certain risks !l�ad lo bo taken - for grnntad, of o'dtli'Se; ilio almost liievlt-able'torpedo'sooner or later, tho proh-Ability of a little inrtiKcrlminate^siielP ing while the' subraiu-ino approached, the possibility of beinn iiliimalely sunk betoTP- assistanp coiild arrive. Yet the odds, were tin the .siilin)ariiiG being sunk first, and' the> vrmi was on the knees' ot the- gods; '/"luis tlio Snvy argued. . * ' � - The Lusltania Graves An old coiller;,ot hoidi- i'.OOn tons was selected fi;Qni unionp the, Hlilpping ' at the disposal of tlm .Admiralty and ; taken to a docl^yard port, where she ' unostentatiously, ; underwent certain ' structural alterations. These included disappearing mpuntinRs for guns con-: coaled beneath hatcliwii.v (.-ovorH, and masked, by deckhonsi.'h wlilch coliap- i sed like cards at'a jei-k of li lovbr. From the host "of volunteers, among whom were retired aOmlrala, captains, commanders, -and nontenants ot the ; Royal Navy, .a ydunp. lieutenant-corn-' ander was selected inul appointed in ommand. ' His officei.-- were voliin- ' teers from the Royal Naval Reserve, ei-merchant' scahieh. lamiliar onoiigh ' with the role they W';ro required to play, and In some cases with little : mental scores of their own which re-i quired adjustment when the time came. The cirow t-Jtis mo.stly from the West Country, men ot Devon v.itii ' one or two traditions to uphold in i the riiatter ot brave iidventure. It' ajso included Welshmen and Irisii ^yith a pretty taste tor :i fight, and fi \ few" Scots, of the dour type, hard to ' frighten. They -were ijlc.lied from tho � Hoyal NaA'y, Fleet.and Royal Reserves , --merchant seamen and fishermen the : last, many of whom Iiad formed a  nodding acquaintJance with Death long' before they received this invitation | to a closer intimacy. In the matter ot ages, they ranged between 17 and 52. - � i They sailed from Qiieeualowu un-1 der the Red Ensign; but before they: left some of the prew trudged, a.s pil-' grims to a shruifratid stood awhile.' among the mounds in tliat' pathetic ! God's acre whfjre the women and children of the Lusitaniu 3e�t. They were then but freshly turned, those mounds, jrvth-Sir-eloquent diversity of lengths, and men, had not begun to forget. . .' : For tivai-weary months they endured the Winter gales ot the Atlantic, wallo route .but behiyp^ hefeijOintidy bulwarks oh Bawden Bros. Morris Chairs Two only, Morris . Chair.'i, frames strongly made of selected Oak with loose cushions cov-6U.UU Leather Rockers Good strong frames of select-^ ed quarter, cut bak| fumed finish, has spring seal;, and upholstered .back covered in genuine leather. Reg. $2G.50. fkA Saturday and Monday disguise%ora time to �time, and, " 1 the casljaways before abanaonin^.tMreni 1 to their' fate In opeil Jjoats. :'ln-|xlue ' course tlie bomb exploded and the ship disappeared. It is an economical ine-thod, since bombs cost'less thah tor-pgdoes. and the formality of..,-rooSng theyshlp helped to preserve lis''^popularity. For a. while the Navy noted those wiled ^ away . t Otouy,,of the d deyiCies to cone shijiss steward'] en.ijiifeed upon, eartbreakihg- mon- '^^^ lieutenant-commander in ciim-ly inventiiig fresh ^^'^ personally hqen .syper'ifl-. eir character. The ' tending the administering of tjie'cdyp istanfe'.wh,en. not'8'"^'='' from the stern, aud,' as |ie. office � 1*i3.%''ttiisty ' turned to make his, way, forward" td p.,,.s-.."eriiale at-j "'"^bridge tor a few .brief moment; tire 3t"^i'its Miform and recline in al*'.^ �' "^T^^ discipline..relaxed.- prominent position on tht poop iu a i ^'^ men surged round, him in:a wilfl-deck-chair. This allurement was cal-1'y cheering throng, struggling to be culated to prove an irresistible bait.jHl^ '�. wring .him oy. the--hand; The navigator, action station i They then mustered in- the saloon,-was-the abandomu^nt',ot thejf^i|1p, in standing bareheaded while their cap-the role Of distrfcted niastSjfrV ,'Sgsh- , ^ , ioned the effigy^E-.'a-stuffed P%ot; to'" ^',^'07. ""'^ .ff"e^ for three-, cheers and fastened it ?Mia^ r'a;, cage'" Mich , tor His Majesty the Kng. They cheer-' he proposed, to t;ife,^way witli>-aiii}i: f 7'>; Ten cau cheer in. the first in the *'-�"�^-*!^l.^��'^.>fitlt'the bn-''trtlni^ -,of Mrs Glas�,..lBto";,the,cablet fl-ire'of its'teh-..raemijers ,\ylll be from the ' sputh, not including' Secre.tary j BakQr,' who was, born , in West Virginia,, and removed to Ohio after at-tainiUig manhood.. Of tlie reraaining siuuuuiB "uvBue^iBu .^P".!fourj.two were bol-n in foreign couu-1 tain read the Prayers of Thanksgiving itHf^i. a a,1 iha nti,�,. ^^-^ .-ivl from! and became'chairman of the banking and cur'fency committee lie was almost unknown outside of hi� constituency and Washington. A;i electric alarm for grain elevat-ors^^has been designed to tell a mad I at A central point when each bin ie 4uie .  B lioat, thu^-a^ighteflng tIie>;britics. "lik-build> ..Representative Glass is slight. He talks with a "Virginia accent, and is iindemonetrative in mianner. He bas always been a student of financial subjects, and as these rarely lend themselves to coloi-ful exploitation, he "*seldom indulged in oratory. So unassuming, in fact, is he that untir he wrote the Federal Reserve Act', CATTLE I LOSjT -�Cows, supposed to have calf at' foot, and yearlings. Cows and yearlings branded Rowlock under "^ half diamond on the right shoulder. , i Some of the Cows branded D J .T are also will be paid, per head for information which leads to the recovery ol any ot these cattle. Or a reward of $10.00 per; head will be palA for the delivery of any ot them at the Dick Taylor place, four miles Eiast of Coaldale. ' Trusts & Guarantee Co., Limited lethbridqC Choice (duts of Beef |it 15c, 18c, 2Qc ^Ro^^T......... 25c: 28c 30c Le#^Roip ...... ... Lotin Roists at Ducks & ?eese Veal Gdod Ciib at: i . 15c, 20c and 25c THESE ARE ALL FRESH KILLED. 'i- iS!'i,i Mince Meat^ and DiU Pickles. The Home of High-CUss Meats Phone 452 or ship heldj^u.......-----. . ing the sfnrs in their courses." but not otherwisG interested in tlie unly^ifse. Inboard, however, the ulariii';>,,rang along the iness-declrs and salobys^ aiid ' men crawled into hen-coops and .defik-ihqi^se.s, eagerly fingering the pistol ! grips of tho hidden guns. A teV^min-[uto.s later the suiiina'rine hrokpt'sur-T'face halt a mile astern of-'the-ghip, ^d fired a shot across lier bows- Who're-^unon the supposed collier stopped her fbhgines, and lay rodliug in th6..,lrough lot tho seas with steam pouring from j lior exhausts, while the crew,, who j had rehearsed this moment to a per-jfefcilon never yet realized on the i boards  ot logitimate drama, rushed I t'b- and fro with eyery -semblance ot panic. Tiie capta^ii'i&Seed''-''fc6'iii' one I end- ot tho bridge-to- tli.'e>6thGi-,^'_;.}Vf�v-his arms and shoji'ting"; boa'tis '-were' turned out and :ari' ^&"ljti''aWd:.a. del4h-.erate confusion .t�afc,'j.^j:ougiit-"UlUBhe to tho cheeks ot-itfi'feJ/ftJfTfiiBr^ha'&L seamen called upoii-'iiiKlilaj^^therft'drt.: '^ A Pirate'*;fate -In the}e;subu}tgriiie.had approached at full spee^ toji:^Wh1n ai)Out � 700 yards,, jiiid eyidehtly.'.'i".�ol satisfied with'the,3peed^t w,lil(yi';"fho ship was being,-, ah&ndpned, ft^ediii^n-other shot, whlcli p|ti;hed , .^^^s short of the enjgliie;l-oo\i\, tllej^^^as apparently notlittg" furjiier td'ipfe- ginned by prolonging the jierforniapce ^r this impatient i^idience, and rpe lieii-tonant-conimaniler on the bri.d^e, cap in hand, and breatlUess withijils iian-tomlmic exertions, blaw.�i..BUriH.blast ls^vlji5Jtle.;,^.,Sluiultan;eouBly the hi|o^nMg"ij. fllitwred to the mast-;i*adJ5*6ek-)i"oSse8|^d screens clatter-i ii��d*t)i(r*)e|i}iinutes later the j subniiirine santo iinder a rain of'sheils and'Maxim . bulletBji As she dlsap-J-jre&red bhneat}*; tlla'lurface thjs aven-i ger reached the Spot, and dropped a depth-charge over her. A moment at- 00834837 ;