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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta .THE LHTTHBmnOE WEEKLY UKUbUf PAGE NINE IMLEBREEK HEG1SA, Bask, (ou of whlob. the tittle Breederi' Association here to- lay nested u Preeldettt, Brown, Neuiort; fice-pretident, T. M. Brett; directors, fitorie Ixfcaa, Tuxlord; R. Doaslas (TanUlloBi B. H. Thomswon, W. H; Ofbaori, Olrria; R..W. Ctrswell, laikuloea, and B. O. Smith. McLean. J. C; waa chosen ai delegate to toe coojeratlve livestock shippers' convention, which, will open "rhinae to the" of the people !n the and eoaoiry ot Alberta where llaiee" have- been the order Jay. tV.a Alberta Womea'a IneHtnU. able to eend hundreds of Ml lorli ot warn carnwnts la thoee parts where thire baa been a and Brery day, ae the treeh eujfllee find their way the W-, the (amenti are aerted tor the diKereat required, and Mit att la brlac contort and warmth In their wahe tor all the ladt ut are ao badly Jn naed -01 ml footwear. At each ay-1 tor aid be certified to by reetwulWe pereooa, the w aid as to MEN STEADILY TAKE FLACK OF WOMEN AS DOMESTICS lNJMr.UMD tarn it not KM TO In the call (or vvpyavw cailooa tor help continue to come a. .teadtly M they are doing so hi February il. Many Important, resolntloni bearing __ tu the.catUe'lndnitry were paasod made and aroind them centered a great deal dlicesaion. The meeting waa open- d short address from'retiring resident Olb'noa'. He eiprwaed Mt- ifaction that there jraa a much larger Uendance at the meeting today than at the. annual meeting last year was not such a great M thai mil lorta wifl tl at for A very grate- of -thanks If the donations Institute, 1 Botlia, t boi; Institute, boi; J. l AI 1 lasoe, 1 Alii Inst itui e, 1 box' lactlUte, 1 Inititiile, B.C., oc livestock. trade- and nn effort will lie this year to eliminate even more B'tve s Bf the Inferior stock the llrestock U takes no.very astute person t lee how much real' gratitude is fr-seed-in the lettors using received (t the Women's Institute Belief De fat, Calgary, each day from thos jmJIies In .the southern part or th province who have been receiving ai frith, clothing. One little mother vrh Deceived- some much needed wearin here IIH uccesti owing to crop failures, because .Mountain View ho failure resulted in many -..n-i.rf, ed to keep purebred stock being faced pith the very hljh prices for feed. In tin face of these retarding con- litiohi; however, Saskatchewan loday {lands forth In the number of cattle the-Dominion. During the year Shore.was an Increase of tattle In tho province and an even [reatefniimber Is looked for next year. There'were, also some cattle diseases fci the province this year. wLlch was i handicap. During tho year lha as- Ipclitlon improved the condition of the V.FWWU Lake InBtlt'ute, Grand Prairie, 1 box- Hound Hill Institute, 1 box; ountain View Institute, Dldsbury, IbstltutE, 2 Coulee, 'Lpyallsl Insti- nte, 110.M; Lonsana Institute; 1 box; DayaUnd Instilutei i sacks; Mni, :Ifc a. rrancea. 'Calgary, 2 bundles; rooka Institute, 1 .bin; Mn.. B. M. Adami, Calgary; nte, 1 box; Olelcheh Jnititute, 1 box; jlrniy aud Calgary, IB t .barrel; Botha -i .boxes; Calgary Nurses AsEOdation; 1.51 nation. MetisVow In- tltute, J25.00; North View School illlULB, District, No. 41S, J20.M; Ch'esterwold nttltute, William Leggetlc Alliance, Excelsior (lirls Club, Argyle, 119.50; .Mrs.' Calgary, 61 artlcleB; Rugby Initl.lute, Dldsbury, L parcel and 2 sacks; WeitroseScan- dinavian Mtasion Circle, Ers: kiae Institute, Mrs: T. H. Farts, Red Deer, 1 Mri. Tarrant, Cal- gary, 61 articles; Olds Institute, 123 articlei; Ohaten Institute, 1 box; SteUler lustltute. i, sack; U.F.W.A., Great Bend, Delburne, 41 irllcles; Dclburne Institute, 61 .Cam- rose Institute, 1 boi; Calgary Rotary Club, 40S articles: Central .W.C.T.U., Calgary, 33 articles; Prisoners of War Fund, Samaritan Club, gary, 70C articles: North Hill Presby- terian Ladles' Aid, 219 articles; Bow-1 Owns to great number of marriages irt Bigland, there has a Dearth of domwiic help, and men nra.Etep- into Hie places that (tlie women have loll in the way of domestic dut- ies. Photo shows two ot them doing the 'work of maids, whbae they hare taken in the home of Sir George Wlchole. TIMES" PLANE LEAVES CAIRO CAIRO, Feb. Mg airplane belonging to the Dally Times of Loa don, which recently arrived here from England, started today for Halafaya on tho Nile In Eastern Soudan. Mayor MacBride's little daughter, In lirantford, fell and broke her arm, bu instead of going home went to a doc lor'n office and had II sot before he parents knew anything about it.. VIENNA. Fell. no oubt. according to here, lat the national assembly, at Its meeting to bo held March 1, will de- Haelt in favor ot a monarchy n Hungary. There are fire pretenderi to the throne. They are Prince who is supportod by 1'remler Husrar r.nd several members of the Fretdrich goremment; Jrnperor Charles, who never abdlcrj :d as king Hungary ani! who ts by a party which self the Count who Is urged by Admiral of the artny. and clelesatu to the peace Arctdike Joseph, the Cle'rlcal candidate, ani Vrince Cyril ot Bulgaria, chosen, will, H Is said, marry ohs of Archduke Joseph's daughters. SETTLERS' LEtfTER COMPETITION IS BIG flooded with entries In the teltltrs' letters contest which dowe on Vebru- try 14. There are already eix hundred entires In bauds of Robert J. C. SUs-J. director of publicity, and it Is expected there will be over a thousand letters to pass upon by tie who are to named by the minister after the contest closes. Al- berta. Saskatchewan and Ontario are tb.o three provinces leading in the number ot entries, but letters are com- ing in DOW from all sections ot ihe country.. OTTAWA, Fob. Canadian only nine more days to EO before the competition closes the HOLSTEIN AND AYRSHIRE BREEDERS FOREQATHIR TOROOTO. Feb. Mrit an- nual banqset of the Holsteln and Ayr- ihire'Cattle Breeders' aicoclatlon was held at the Prince George Hotel here list night, when C. F. Bailey, of the Ontario department of agriculture, pretldeii. Cattle breeden from the and eaet vrere represf nted at the ban- quet. S. F. Arkeii, Dominion live- stock impreaeed upon the breeders tbe Importance ot their biiilneii In the future proiporlty ct Canada. I HOD. Walter Lee, mlu'.iUr ot agrl- iculture for Prmce Edward Island. clared tbul becaosc Uie In- dustry increased, soil fertility. wealth darlvod. from (hit. Industry was the besf -wealth of the nation. Wm. Thornton; who has spent moit go before the compeiiiion closes ine inomiua. woy nas nyoui. u.v-> lubliclty section ot the department of of his life tn Estei, County, died It aisaigratfon and coloniiation is being 'Morganfleid, ipirarel for. her family of six boy> 40 Donations from Calgary, l alrls writes: "I am writing you Mr. Tucker, C. fob llpe.-to-tt.nli you for yonr J Web- lilfut clothes you sent me for ilie Mrs. H. H. Mc- tl.ildren. I am thankfully to get Ijtrs L; R. jnr all my family. The .children was Vvjfuaa-Tdnle.'Mra. Hnrvey kit iViinii'ullv ai the clotces from T. T B Knihcr- vtfy iiiiiitlully ai '.hs clothes from the oldest to the. youngest and they want me to thank tbe ladles' 'Insti- tute for tttelr klridneas." Another reads "We received the sacks I you' tent and many, many ins fof'same. We were really sur- prised to get EO many useiul .tlunsa. TEliTHE WflBID THIS Wop SAYS Ttal Lydia E. Vegetable Compound made Me a Well Woman. COCV, JIJMkiu Hear, J. S. Carlyle, :ilrs. J. B. Suther- land Mrs. Reau, 'Mrs. Johnston, Mrs. y O Atkinson, Mrs Rosegrean, Mrs. Quirln, W. J Watson, Mrs. >W. H. Mrs Garbutt, Mrs. McDonald, Oraw byterian Ladiea' Aid, Mra..W- H. Price Mra. Nelid. Mra. Ustou. Mrs. Elliot, Trinity Metiodist Cburci Ladies' Aid, Mrs. Girrelt. Los Anzelcs, I.suffered with i troubles for years, was SICK mimost ot the time, Illlwas not ablate do ny own housework, ind I could hot get In-from doctors. law Lydia E. Pink- ,m's Vegetable Compound adver- tised in the riewspa- and touk six and am a well woman, .You use my name to r-I1m..-------- the worlil" the your lias done me ai I rhnll nrtise it ilttiys A. U M7 St. Paul Avenue, Angeles, Cslif. women sufrer from any form OT aa indicated by displace- rhenU; inilahlmation, ulccration, irrejf- illarities, backache, headaches, nervous- ness or "the should do as Mrs. ItaViue clid.ahdgivcLydia E.Pinkhsm'i Compound a thorouftri trial. .over forty yezra thia fAmoUl, which contains the curative, Flrengthcning properties of good old and herln, hat been correcting just such If yoa write for ndvice to K. Finkham Ucdiciae Co., l.ynn. PURE FOOD MARKETS ECIALS MEXICO CITT, Feb. shocks wore felt at 12.50 o'clock IWs morriing in tho Yera Cruz region, ac cordinf to reports. Travellers coming to this city from near tho earthquake district In the state of Vera Cruz, report an oulbreak ot siirallpox and other diseases among survivors ot the cataclysm o! January a, Tbo government is-: rushing pre- ventive measures to forestall a disas- trous plague there. KILLS CROW WHICH SPEAKS IN GERMAN Choice Legs of Mutton, at per lb. v Choice Front of Mutton, O at OV Choice Roasts of Veal, per lb. Fresh Ox Hearts, per lb. 12-ic [Steamship Sailings nro nnw In noal- tlon lo book Koumanltina, Jugo- slavs, Ssrblans, Greeks, Aus- trians, Germans, Syrians, Span-, lards, Turks, Armenians, Bui- All passengers musl hold Pass- ports, should you ho without same klnrily communicate with us, wlion shall be pleased to liislrnct yon liow to got them. Now Is Hie time to take that long looked lor trip'to ttio Old C'onnlry. All necessary Informa- tion given on application. THE ROSSITER AGENCIES Steamship Anents All Lines FORT SCOTT, of tie Croix do Guerre, after seeing ser- vice in many flerco battles, came home tho other day, changed-.'hU uniform for civilian, clothing, went, out to take look at the old. farm--Imaglned a nute that he.was back in tho midst the "bis fisht." Kememboring th a crows Tised infest iHo farm, wlilch Is located at" of here- on the Missouri line, ho ok along a small rillc. Sure enough, cfe in an. old treot perches! a big ow. But seeing that the bird ivag 61d and that ho could hard hold lo his perrfi, the.nun, Georgo mackson, of a mind lo let him a. As ho -KM about to'turn nway 18 old bird seemed to wink oye nd remarked. with a rong accent, ''Demit shbod imerad, dondt shood." Smackson declares h! esltallon uid vlltioul further ad o sent ft bullet .thcpiiB" Vis crowship t was, he says, pnrely force ot habit nd that ho thoifgbl for the time inn a was back in loing over th op. Ground oroVs leg was a sma metal band the name, "nnllo baalas nummeliedts" upo t. Old citizens recall history of th bird, us being the pet of old Oe man, Carl Sondericker, wto live litre newly twenty years ago, b1 sold his farm and left the country. REPEAL WHEAT CONTROL IN U. S, IS PLA Choice Creamery Butter, per lb. Shamrock Pork Prime Roast Beef Sausage Dripping Milk-fed Turkeys Fresh Eggs Milk-fed Chickens Fancy Fowl We Have Arranged for a Weekly Shipment of Grain-fed Steers From the North line. These will be dressed in our own abattoir at Lethbridge, this ensures our customers getting the best bcc{ procurable and all fresh kill- ed. have also received from the C.P.R. farm a choice lot of grain fed pork for this week's requirements. With ihs high prices prevailing on aii kinds oi meat; it is poor economy to buy anything but the and our prices are the most reasonable. Bny where you are protected by the Pure Food Lawi of Canada. WASHINGTON, Feb. favor report on bill repealing Tvar-tlme measure under which the government control of wheat prices n-as ordered today by tea senate agri- cultural V. Bran Gray, M.A., has been np- poinled Provincial Superintendent of Insurance and Ixxm companies In On- tario, I-'. Sanderxon, .M.A., as his assislanl. P. BURNS CO. Limited Dominion Fish and Poultry Main Market, Phone 412 Dommion Market, Market, Phone 545 Phone 1654 CHOCOLATE CAKE. v, cop butter, 1 CUB >unr. cups Bour, 1 teaspoon powritr, 1 Mix H ioii -with V clip ml1 m cocoa, with 4 hot. water. T'leaawjBwalUi., nlnch of Bait. Mix butlej- snsar. milk, rteur are! txvtm U.n or cotored Jclm lor DU ing, aM cover with numerous odier dishes are made ty COWAN COMPANY UMITt TORONTO ;