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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta .FRIDAY. DECEMBER 22, 1910 TIIK DAILY MF-HALD PAGK NJNB: AWARDS IN POUI TRY SHOW Tho following nro the awards in the regular jirizo Hut in tlio annual poul- try show, of tho LothbrldBO Poultry aasociiatlon in progress horo: _ Ught 1, P. King; Hen 1 2, Kins; Cockerel, 1, 2, King; a! Nell. McKellar; 1'ullet, t', 2, S, King. Dark awards to Neil McKellar, Tab'er. Black R. V. Gib- bous: 2, Bert Humble; Hen 1, Gib- hons; 2. 8, Humble; Cockerel, 1, 2, J, Gibbons; Pullet, 1, S, Gibbons; 3, J. B. Black. awards lo West- brook Bros. White awards to George Frache, Lethhridgc. Partridge awards to Kerr and McQuimieBH, Bnmcou. .White- 1, It. Scott; 3, Bricrley; S, Robinson. Hen, 3 2 Scott; 3, Robinson; 4, Wyatt. Cockerel, 1, Scott; 2. Slubbs. 3, Wy- Pullet, 1, Wyatt; 2, 3, 4, Goid'on 1. Era- niersbn; 2, McKellar. Hen, no award. Cockerel, 1, Charlesworth; McKel- lar. Pullet, 1, McKellar; 2, Charles- worth. Silver 1, ham Jonea; 2, J no., Currie; 3. Neil JFcKel- lar Hen, j.' Beiiton; 3, 13. Cockerel, 1; 2, Neil McKellar; S.-.Jas. Jleutou. Pullet, 1, McKellar; 2, 3, Cur- -Bhick i. Hamb- lln Hen, 1, H-amblln; 2, 6uss; 3, .Hamblin. Cockerel, 1, Hamblin; 2, SPSS. Pullet, 1, Suss; 2, 3, Hamblin, .Columbian 1, Morrison; 2, SUSB; ;i. McLellan. Hen, 1, Frache; McLeltan; 3, 4, Morri son Cockerel, 1, Morrison; 2, Coultry; 3, Brierley. Pullet, 1, Suss; 2, Morri eon; Suss. Blue awards to Tims, of Calgary. Darred 1, Ross Wai lace; 2, 3, Woodruff. Hen, 1, Wallace 2, L. B. Losey; 3, Wallace; 4. West- lirook. Cockerel, l, 2, Losey; 3, Wal- lace; 4, Losey. Pullet, 1, Enderton; 2, 3, 4, Losoy. Pullet Bred Cock, 1, Wallace; 2, Westbrook; 3, Losey Cockerel Bred Hen, 1 and 2, Woodruff, .3, .Searle Cockerel Bred Pullet 1, Westbrook 2, Lcsey; 3, Pullet- Bred Cockerel 1 Losej i 4. Wallace. White 1. Carter; 2 Montgomery 3 Ririe Hen 1 Carter 2 Montgomery 3 Caiter rocket el 1 Carter Montgomery 3 Stubbs Juliet i CurtQi 2 3 4 Carte Biift 1, Invln; 2, Waterhouse. Pullet, 1, Waterhouse Partridge. 'awards, to. Dr. Blithe Medicine mt Silver PI} mouth k1 1 T son. Hen 1 Hamilton Law son Cockerel I awson Harall ton Pullet t t Hamil on 3 Lan ion Capon WoodiuK I lymouth Koc.ks A. O to' Scott, of Edmonton. White 1, Wheel- cj i 3 Tuson Hen 2 3 4 L P Tueon, Lctlibridge.. Cockerel, Mrs. Constantino; 3, Tuson; 4, Wil- liamson; Pullets, 1, 2, 3, Tuson; 4 Buff 1, Ashcroft; 2. 3. Waterhouse. Hen, i, Waterhouse; 2 Hirie Cockerel 1 2 aterhouse 3 Stubbs Pullet 1 Waterhouse; 2, Ashcroft, 3, Ririe. Black 1, Tuson; 2, Currie; 3, TuBOri. Hen, 1, Tuson.; 2, Ourrle; 3, -Wlieeley. Cockerel, i, Tus oh; 2, Hamblin; 3, Currie. Pullet, 1 3, R.'C. White 'awards to Graham, Lethblidge Cock, 1, Humphries, 3... 3, Kerr .and- Mc- Guinness.' Hen, 1, Kerr and Hunphnos, 3, 1, Challea worth. Cockerel, 1, Woodruff; 2, Humphries; 3, Kerr aud McGuinness. Kerr and McGuinness; 2 Humphries; -3, Woodruff; d, Kerr and Pile 1 Goo..Irwin. .Pit Gainer-All awards, .tq and MeGulhness, Uoudan All', awards to Richard :iall, LaobWUo. W, C' y'. awards' to iCcnncdy, Medicine Hat. While Polandv-AH awards to Irwln, Spokane. Bantams Black Red '1 Hamil- ton; 2 Invln. Hen, 1 Irwin: 2 Ham- ilton; 3 IrwjnV Cockerel, 1 Irwlu. Pul- let, 1 .Tones. Brown Rod 1 Irwln. Hen, 1 Irwlu; 3 Hamil- ton. Duck Wing 1 Irwin; Hen, 1, 2 and It., Indii; Cockerel, 1, 2 aud 3, Hamilton. Pullet, 'I'Irwln. A. 0. V. 1 Irwin. ,-H-ii, 1 Irwin. 'Pullet, 1 Chapman; 2 Hell. Cockerel, 1 Chapman. Gamu '1 and 2, Hamil- ton- 3 Irwin.' i Irwlu; 2 Ham- ilton- Irwin. 'Cockerel, 1 Hamil- ton; 2 and .Irwiii. P.ullot, 1 and 2 Irwin; S.'Hatniiton....... Golden 1 Irwin; 2 Fawcett- 3 :Weslbrook. Hen, 1 Ir- win; 2 Fawcett, 3 Westbrook. Cock- erel, 1 Irwin; 2 and S Fawcett. P.ullet, 1 Irwin: 2 and 3 Fawcett. Silver 1 Irwln: 2 Westbrquk. Hen, 1 Irwln; 2 and 3, Westbrook. Cockerel, 1 Invin; 2 WcstbroSk. Pullet, 1 and West- brook: 3 Irwin. Black It. 2 and 3. West. brook. Hen, 1 !; 2 Westbrook: 3 Slubbs. 2 Suouce. ruliets, I Lutb- ian; 2 Humphries; 3 and 4 Lothian. It. C, Wliilc 1 Sfienca. 1 Allison; 2, Waterhouso. lien, 1, 2 and 3 Water- house Cockerel, i and 2 Mlison; 3 Waterhotise. Pullot, 1 Watorhouse; 2 Enderton; 3 Watcrliontio. Farmers' Classee Asiatics, pair, of Graham. Asiatics, 2 and 3, Gra- ham. American, aud 2, Senior; 3 Win. Mnndclkow. American, young 1 Graham; 2 Mandlekow; 3 Senior: 4 Ehlert. English, Graham; 2 Ehlart. EnpHsb. (iralluin: 2 Klllert. EnglWi. Aslicroft; 2 Eh- ierl; 3 Graham. alcditcrrauean, Ehlert; 2 an'.'. Senior. Mediterranean, Senior; 2 Graham; 3 Ehlerl. Turkeys I Hiram Perry; 2 Kirie. Hen; 1 1'er-y; 2 Rlric. Yaniw male. 1 Hirie. Young fvmalo, 1 Riricf. While male, I Gra- ham; old female, 1 Graham. Geese awards lo R. Caultry, of Lethbridge. male, 1 and 2, Kirie. Old female. 1 and 2, Ririe; 3 Ferry. Young male, 1 Graham. Youflg female, 2 Stubbs: 3 Graham. A. O. V. All, awards to ckerel, 1 and 2. Westbrook; Pullet, 1 Westbrook; 2 Ir- duck, 1 llirie; 2 Irwiu. White Cochin I and J. Westbrookv 3 Edmonds. Hen, 1 Ed- monds: 2 Irwin; 3 Westbrook. Cock- 3 2, 3 Pullet, Japanese 1 Irwln. .Polish 1 Ir.wln; 2 Tones: I! A..-B. Dupeil. Hen, 1 Jones and 3 Irwln. Cockerel, 1 Irwin. S. C. Black 1 and Geo. Nimmo. Hen, 1 Nirnmov -ind 4 Spence. Cockerel, 1 and Nimrao 3 Spence Pullets 3 and 4 tsiramo H. C. Blaqlt Mlnorcas.T-Cpck, 1 D, Lothian, Lacombe; White awards-to Magrath. S. C, .Rhode Island 1, McKellar; 2, OIcGregor; Thomp- McKellar; 2, 3. McGregor. Cockerel, 1, 'Thompson; 2j X W. Moore, Medicine Hat, 3, 4 Nevin Pullet, i, Clerke, Vernon, B C 2, Ririe, 4, McKellar H, Ci R. I. 1 Clerke, 3 Moore, 3 Jones, 4 Hellwig Hen, (ilerke; 2 Mooie; 8 Ririe Cockerel 1 Hellwis, 2, 3, 4 Clerhe. Pullet, 1 Moore, Z Brierley, 3, 4 Cjerke tS. C.-i White and 3 Nela Linden, 3 Emmerson Hen, 1 liinden, 2, 3 Emmerson. Cockerel, 1 Z Linden, 3_Emmfison. Pullet, 1, 2 Wnden; S Emmerson Buff awards to JSm jnerjion, Lethbridge. s" C. Brown' 'Linden; 2 lAllisou and Fraser; Scott, -Edmonton. Hen, .1 Scott; 2 and 3 Allison and Fraser. Cockerel i 3 Scott. 1. 2 Allison and Fraser; Scott. R C. Blown jjlnden: 2 Jones, 3 Linden Hen, 1 and 2 Linden; 2 Jones, 3 Linden Pul 1 and 2 Linden, 3 Jones. Silver awards to Mrs Massoy.'of High River. Black awards to John EJckerslay, Coal Greek Blue awards Lethbridge. Golden 'Pencilled 1 Cockerel, I.Em meison. Pullet, l Etlmonds, 2, Em meraon, 3llver .Spangled t Edmonds Hen, 1 Edmonds, 2 Em raenson; 3 Edmonds Cockerel, Eraraerson.. P.ullet, 1 Emmersou; Edmonds. V Mont gomery; 2 Hen, 1 Mont goinery; 2 Emmerson. Cockerel, {Emmerson..Pullet, 1 and 2 Montgom ery, 3 Bmmeiaon. .Silver Camplnes All awards t Morrison, Crosafleld, 1 Mms, 2 Jones Hen 1 and 2 Tims, ,3 Jones Cockerel, 1 8 and 3 Tims. Pullet, 1, 2 and 3 Tims Buckeye-r-All awards to Hiram Per ry ot GadsSy. Pekin- Ducks Kirie. Old awards lo Neil McKel- lar. 4 Indian Runner -awards to 'McKellar. Piqeons Irwln. Cockerel, 3 Irwin. win; 3 Wosthrook. White R. awards lo West- brook Bros. Brahma 1 S: Jones; 2, Irwin; 3 Frache. Hen. 1 Invin: 2 McLellan; 3.Irwln. Cockerel, 1 and 2, Frache; 3, McLellan. Pullel, 1 and 2 McLellan. Cochin' 1, Kerr and Mc- Gulnness; 2 Irwin. Hen, Kerr aiid Eklmonds; Kennedy. Cockerels, 1 Kerr Me- r.ulnness; 2: Edmonds. Pullet, 1, 2 and 3 Edmonds. 1, 2 and 3 I'wln. HensV 1, 2 and 3 Irwin. Cock- erel, Edmonds. Pullet, i Edmonds. Black 1, 2 and Westbrook. aud 2.Westbrook; ston; 3 BInda. Hen, 1 Bmda; J .Mas- i Irwin. and 3 West- son Bros.; 3. Lowthcr. IlingsUin. Hon. 1 lllilKston; 2 Low-] ther: 3 HillRsliin. I lied ChociucnM Workliic, llomor Cook. 1 Btnda; 2 ami IlillKStoil. ITo'n! 1 ami 2 Hingsl..... :ti Illnda. lllue Cliniiucreil Houior Cock, I Lawson; 2 Hell; 3 Masnon HUiKstoii. lien, 1 Lawfion; lllno' Biffrcd Working 1 Hall; S MIVBHUII Bros.; 3 Illusion. Hen, X Lawson; 2 Maison Bios.; 3 Hliigston. Homer, A. 0. I Hliigston. Hen, I, 2 and 3. (Siict-lal lo the uoruld) 1 B.nda: 2 l lings- Dec. last night's I in; 3 BInda. I leu. I llinda; 2 Illnga- muetlnji correspondoiico wan) ton; 2 liinda. I rclul from llio companies A. O. V. Cock, 1 I.OMtbor; 2. m tllc rjro about to bo, Kingston, 1 Lowlhcr; Hlnga-1 by the town offering lo ship] Ion. engine lor Icstlng purposes, and j if Ihu outfit didn't prove entirely sat-! (Bfaclory lo he returned at IhCjCom-i I lany's expense. The offer was hold! lover until the j-ovornmeiit inspector's opinion could IH> obtained on lllis particular typo of engine. I'res. R. W. Brad'haw of the Red, i Cross Sociclv slated Unit Hie sncipty j was somewiial cmbarraxsed flnun- j olally on account o! the great demand, made upon It and asked the council to set aside tho romalulng portioi; ol the Sailors' Relief for -the benefit 'I'he request was Under the iiridge High school n lecture eiititled, "Experiences anil Olisurvatio.'is iu will be yivm by Elmer L. Luck, M.A.. modern language master in the Edmonton High school, on Thursday December 2Sth. Mr. Luck has spent three years in Grmany its of Red Cress work '.h? i" graciously sranteil. Coiincliniriii Krncst lieunlon re- ported in full or, the electric lisiit unealion. He stated the committee had been in.lo-.ich with several coin- liauios but iio proposition had linnn wholly satisfactory. The commitlee thought that If the town Intended irniversHy lhe life'llia at a" Blu'ulU nnvo iJepsic; amlV nine mo.Uhsj after the declaration of no, nfipr mining oh the Krounrfs remain there, fid solely 10 He was twice Iraprisoi tlio "LTiuus" of being Cock, i Hingston. Cock, 1 Hingston. Hen, I Canadian. Three of his moat intimate friends died as a direct result of brutal treatment at the hands of the Ger- mans. He has had a most unique op- )ns j nortunity of knowing at ilrst. hand Hiuaston lien, 11 social and military conditions in Oer- many since the beginning of the war. The proceeds will bo devoted en- .mi, u.vt. oh the grounds ___ lookiufi over the proposition ad- vised a three jthasc system or a three jihaso alternating The olfer of the Ellison .Milling Co., to furnish the power for per month was all right provided the town could secure a company to in- stni tho lines and other necessary IBinda; 3 Hindu; 2 and and Kingston. Cock. 1 Lawson. .Hen. L Lawson. Clean-Logged Tumbler Cock, 1 Hingston; 2 Masson Bros.: 3 Hings- ton. lien, 1 Kingston; "2. Masson Bros.; 3 Kingston. Muff Tumbler Cocli, 1 and 2, Hing- j'rook. Pullet, 1 Irwln jrook. 2 and 3 West- 1 and 2, Kingston, Hen Hussion. 1 Binda; 2 and H Hingston; hen, Binda; 2 and 3 1 lings ton 1, 2 and 3, 1-Iingston. Hen, 1 and 2 ft ]n conjlmoiion with instal this onuiliment complete m tho Supply Co. so as to ac- celerate the proposition as much as possible. OntlGciiniar. L. Gibb was POSTCARD TOWN BOOSTING In harmony with other cities and towns in the Pacific northwest, Hidgei'ield, "Washington Territory, ob- served Nov. an "postcard when each of its citizens mailed from one to twenty postcards of their spective districts to some friend or acquaintance in sonic part of the world. This was Liu; first organized effort put forth by the North Pacific Tourist Association lo advertise the Pacific Northwest. 'movement was launched at Tacoma hy repre- sentatives of British Columbia. Wash- ington, and Oregon for a joint p.ub- liclty campaign. Radium emanations, according to a Paris surgeon, are useful after tlons to destroy diseased cells thht the knife have missed. Fine Gonfedionery for Christmas l-'aiicy (.'bristtiiitK UOXCH from t lie Best Makers Fresh for (lie (.'iii'istiuas Season, 'Molrs, dianoiigs, Welbas and I'atlersons. If you are fond of home made candy you will be delighted with the different varieties we make. A special showing for Christmas. The Olyfnpia Confectionery 327 FIFTH STREET SOUTH Hot Drinks Well Made and Nicely Served I'eli, was carried. Mr. Bcniiion tlten udvlsed Unit :i nsw committee aiuiointed to at once every detail (or 5SOOO. Another com liauy offered to do this for This offer did not, however, include a generator or street lights. Other bids of a similar nature were all laid aside by the committee because it was deemed snwlso for the town to_ isaue any more debentures, and an offer from the Superior Supply Co of Lethbridge, to instal a iilarit and wire the town under a ten year franchise flat rate of GO cents por light per month with a greatly reduced rate. houses was acted upon. This last offer would elimin- ate the debenture bogy and at the same time give the town as cheap a lisht as was to be found in almost any part of the province. The com- mittee recommended this last propo- sition to the -Mr. Heninger moved that council accept this propo- sition with a vote ot thanks to the committee for Us thorough''Investiga- tion of the electric light question. Tho motion, secouded hy P. W. Kar- Here is the Place to Buy Your Xmas Confectionery Home Made Fudges, Peanut Brittle, Keith's Plantation .Kisses, Popcorn Crisycttcs. The all kinds. Home Made Peanut Butter, per 30c; MADE WHILE YOU WAIT Come in and'see our assortment of Christmas Candy. Only 25c Ib. this week. purchatmg 25c and over will receive a coupon entitling Jwlder to t draw on a SEVEN JEWEL ELGIN WATCH and other prizes.'- Also a calendar. Ask for Coupon. A Percentage of This Week's Sales Goes to ,the Patrlo'tlc Fund. eith's 608 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH nuupiiitpd and iisaislcd by retiring Mayor ,1. -B. Hlrio at ouce'havfi thn bylaw before the neople for thoir ollicial aanctiuu at the end ot anothsr Iliirty clays. will bo wired and lighted Iwforn tho passing of winter. _______ When we think of Christmas we think of Feasting on the Fat of the Land and the most substantial part of any well appointed feast is that which the butcher suppJies. We are experts in our line and can supply your Mile with choice cuts that always tempt the appetite. Each individual order that AVC receive gets the careful attention of the pro- prietor himself, and he knows how to cater to the particular whims add .desired of the most exacting. This Christmas time vie have been forturfate in proeuiing the best of locally reised Beef, Tender Mutton, Pork and Our Stock of Plump Farm Fed Turkeys, Ducks, Geese Cannot be beaten, and out- other Poultry too. is the best obtainable. Independent Meat Market 0C i iMttinn BROS. PHONE 6 427 flftH.ST. S. LINGARD BROS. PHONE 635 We have opened new confectionery, store and are now able to demonstrate that we know how to make candy. We're" going to make this big candy the headquarters for choice confectionery in this city. Our choice confections which include a wide variety are going to moke a reputation forj and flavoring, see the big display as you pus our new store. Christmas Specials in Our Own Home Made Candy, per Ib. 25c. PEANUT. CLUSTER OOCDANpt CLUSTER RUAVORS AND 'MOST Fancy Christmas Boxes, 25c. up In yanety. Our own make or leading as Lownejr's, Neilaon's, Ganong's and Molr's. Mixed phrislnjas Caiuly, assorted varieties, per pouud ,._, .1..........25c Toasted or sirawberry Mm-shnialloH s, CREAMS You aslc for more of these. Thej 3011 hov. good can uiaKe candy Per ppund ASSORTED 5; UTS Almonds Pecans, Nigger TOBB, Pen- nuts All just In for Christmas Por pound Snnkist Oranges, per Bananas, per doz........25c. Lciuoiui, per Japanese Oranges, per box.....'.....70o APPLES Jonathans, Wlnetapt, Roman Beauty, York Imperial. All stock and price is rljht ICE CKEAM We the well known Crystal Ice Cream at our or deliver it to any purt of city Chocolate, Vanilla and straw- berry flavors'. HOT D1JIXKS We' m complete line ef Hot Drinks CHERKY AMD APPLE CIDER We deliver either of these kinds of cider fer per gallon f VV The Victoria Confectionery CORNER