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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta \ PAGE SIX \ THE  LKTHBRIDGK DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1918 Thirteen Hundred Birds at The Poultry Show Here ft Feathered uristocrat? of tho farmyard hold sway in Lethbridgr today with the opening of t\w annual poultry show, which is being held in the poultry IniiMIxij; at the fair grounds. Nearly 1300 bird? are congregated to advauco their good point? bei'on* tho judges in an effort to carry off the prize-money for their owners* who are here from nil parts of the west. W. "MeC. Moore, president of the association, informed the Herald ropre-tentative who called iir iltc bnild'ng] of Calgary and K. X. barker of Card-nlon who has not missed a poultry show iu I.ethhridgr "-in more years than he would care to mention. Heretofore the White Orpingtons were the lui; fhvs at the f , lc,;u!i,,, ^uii-hors 'onof/hepr�>v:iKual show he.d here lhJ , isl ,, thls r Sn 1Mo- He 311,1 Horarp K,ns- thc! Mark Orpiustons are also a bis ox- secretary are busy getting the birds i V)l>, placed. Judg:ng started inte afternoon | at two o'clock. Three judges are present, Harry Uoss and Jo The pigeon exhibit this year is one; IMdon ' ot" tm- fp^tures of the show, over �0n i | entries having been received, nmlrng j rn5 CORN mm STROP *ine for Tafiy and Pudge. Sold in 2, 5, 10,20 lb. tins and Perfect 3e*l Quart Jtrt. Write for tree Cook Book. m CIMDI STMCH CO. II MITE 6. MONTREAL. 17 a splendid showing. Stanley Hinirsum ! I of Calgary lias about rtu entered; J." F.. Wilkinson of Kdmonton lias 5T> and | A. G. Crowe, also of Kdmonton. has ; 40. Other exhibitors of pigeons are "Sam Ilelwig. T. 11. Emnterscn. Humplf-| ries and Hamilton, and George Joue.j, * of L^t abridge, i I R. B. Hunter of Kdmonton, one or j [he leading fanciers of the province j is down with his Buff Hocks, 11. I. j j Keus and pigeon classes. j There are 175 special prizes to be j I distributed iu addition to the regular j i pme money. J i The show is open to the public free � ; of admission. The fine poultry hall I ' at the tair grounds is well worth a j � visit. Canc'ers who are present deV I ciare the building one of the best in \ ' the west and the exhibit in it is worth j , going a long .way to see. The show j : will be open every day and evening i i until Friday afternoon, when It closes ! its doors for this w'uter. I Tomorrow the Herald will publish ' the list of the prize winners picked this afternoon. Mr. William" Jones> Trapper, of Oba, Oat., had a vejy badly frozen heel cured by Zum-tfttlc Writing" to the proprietor ho sr-ys: ** "While on along tramp I got one of my heels very badly frozen. By the time I pot back to my shack the pain was intense,. Foi Innately I had some Zain-Buk on hand and applied ifc freely. The relief I felt was votuierful. I persevered until Zam-Buk hail drawn out all the pain and soreness and the swelling had disappeared. I am glad to say that I have had no trouble vrith it since.'' If you suffer with that very pain-ful ailment-chilblains-you will find nothing so good as Zam-Buk. Also for chapped hands, cold sores, cold cracks, eczema, old sores, blood-poisoning, piles, cuts, burns arid scalds Zam-Buk cannot -be equalled. All dealers or Zam-Buk Co., Toronto. 50c. box. 3 for $1.25. W8ITE FOR FREE SUHPl t 1 I $3000 � Quebec. Jan. 14.-At five-' o'clock this morning fire broke out in the cellar of the provincial agricultural school at Ste. Anne De La Pocatiere. The damage is placed at. $3,000. AUCTION SALE 20 HEAD Mostly Mares in Foal From 3 to S years, weighing from 2400 to 2800 lbs. p�r team. a j At ihe Palace Livery Barn, Lethbridge Saturday, January 19th, 1918 IESE HORSES WILL BE SOLD ABSOLUTELY " WITHOUT RESERVE ^ AS THEY HAVE BEEN BROUGHT HERE TO BE SOLD NICHOLSON &LeV ALLEY AUCTIONEERS AND SALE MANAGERS * Washington. Jan. 14.-In support of the. claim that the government, in taking over the railroads, assumed control oi more valuable property than it i.s preparing to n|ake returns for, rail-n*ay execut'ves today presented figures to the house interstate commerce committee showing added investments since 1915, net operating income nnd proceedings of return lor tho last three years. The flfeures show the average property investment for all roads from 1915 to 1917 approximately $16,000,000,-000. The average net operating income was 866,000,000. � , ^ - UARTERLY REPORT Chief Hardy's quarterly report submitted to the council meeting this morning showed nine men connected! be restricted ... with the fore*. There were 275 appear- I will be gkul to ances before the court, with -20 con-j from any or tiu.- RESfor S so h^ul pi mares and geldings, from .'1 to S years, weighing from 32oo to 1500 Jhs. each. vlctions, of which 31 were under the 'criminal code, 4 under the Railway act, 302 under the provincial statutes with 02 under city bylaws. During the quarter the department collected $3345.75, of which the city received $2135.25 and $1210.50 was forwarded to the provincial treasurer. Money and property lost and stolen amounted to $52Sfi of which $1572 *.v? recovered. A number of offende. were caught and are doing terms i the provincial jail up to IS months hi , duration. Judge Carpenter o: ilu- provincial utilties commNsirn. .iad Pepuiy Attorney General A, G Hrowiiin.i; have ho on named by i'lvu Stewart as the commission to iM.iuire into tho Kiii-tory Act. in ueco-.'dani'c with the promisoyuady l\V Prftucr Stowart to the delegation of tail merchants from the southern par of tho province who waited on him :.n Calgary on Thursday last. The oommission will' hold a hearing iu L,orhiu'hlge on January -j;;rd when the lo'.-il merchant, retail clerks and tra-ics and labor (.-ouncil are naked to have representatives present to pre^t a' their view on the much-discusyed r.Following is the letter to City c :k Duff from Deputy Attorney General Urowulng ptatiui;" the conimi?pi->a's intention to sir here ami also ;m cutlino of the (luestious into which :!tey will enquire iipecilicaUy: j Mv. Carpenter, of ;i:o utilities com* ntiusion, and myself k.t'-o been asked hy the premier to act on a commission for tho purpose of e:uiuiriug into the working of the Kiurhv.e:- Act, and to report before the next session. We expect to he in Lethbridge on the 23rd instant, am] it' necessary will spend Wednesday and Thursday in your town, hut hope to get through in time to catch the aturnooh train for Calgary. Will you be good enough to communicate with the di:t'-ro;u organizations affected, so th;:i they may he prepared to appear Kfore us. if necessary. The evidence will be taken in an informal manner, and as our time is limited each of the^o organizations might arrange to have one representative specially instructed, so that statements may be concise and to the point. We prefer having the meeting in ! j one of the city offices, and I will ap- j 1 preciate hearing from you whether j this can ho arranged, also that you = I will be good enough to oblige us ) thy advising those affected of the date' and place oZ hearing. The general line along which the commission will hear evidence will be scmewhat as follows: j i: Is the principle of the Act a'c-� ceptable? 2. Should shops be on the same ba*-is as factories? 3. Should the Act be amended so j as to provide for variation in night i "and day shifts of druggists, or any other business class, .vhere special conditions exist? 4. Should clause 7. subsections 1 and 2 be amended in any way? 5. Should clause 7, subsection;", which provides for >shops in which j members of employer's own family are employed, be repealed or amended? 6. Should the Act he amended so a� to allow shifts to fie extended on Saturday night? If so., on what conditions, if any? 7. Should the Act be amended so as to include hotel:-:, supplying meals, as well as restaurants? S, 'should the Act he extended "to places having less than a population of five thousand? The evidence will not necessarily Taj t h"se points, and I �eive .suggestions tiier organizations. merchants or the general public, as to lines along which they wish to he heard, hut so far as l can at present [ judge, thc topics suggested are those; about which the most discussion has ! arisen, rnd which it. will-be most pro-; fitahle to specially consider. you ci'T i -Team of black mares, 6 and 7 years, weighing &5QG 4bs, blocky built and we)l made for any kind of work. Team of Bay Mares. 7 and 8, weighing 3,000 lbs. Theae are an extra good pair of mares and well made tor hard work. Team of sorrel mares. 6 and 7 years old. 2400 lbs. These are a very handy team, suitable for any job. Ihey are an extra good pair of workers. All mares are bred to a Percheron horse and nearly all showing well in foal. Several other teams and single mares and geldings. Do not fail to see these as they are for sale and no reasonable offer will be refused for one or more of them. P ALACE LIVERY BAR N 308 SECOND AVE. SOUTH \ \ SEP. SCHOOL BOARD I Save Your Hair. ni(4.w it Thick. Wavyf Glossy and Beautiful at Once. . F Thos. Long Is chairman of the Lethbridge Separate school board for That was decided at a recent organization meeting, it being unanimously decided that he should fill the chair for a second term. D. J. McSwatne wag again appointed secretary-treasurer of the board.' The new members,' ,1. Vaselenak and J. K. Smith took their \ seats. Standing committees were Try as you will, sfier an application of Danderinc, youj-an not find a single trace of dandruff ur falling hair aud your scalp will not itch, but what, will please you most, will be after a f^w weeks' use when you see new hair, fine and downy at first-yes-but really rs:w hair-growing all over the scaf.p. x A JiUlc Dand":'ine immediately doubles tho beamy of your hair. No struck as follow: I difference how faded, britUe and AUCTION SALE HEAD OF �MARES & GELDINGS From 3 to 8 years old. All broken. Ranging in weight from 1100 to 1500 lbs. each. To be sold at the Property-J. K. Smith and T. D. Brown. j Finance-D. J. McSwain, J. Vaselen-i ak and J. K. Smith. j Purchasing and Management - .T. Vaselenak and V. 3. McSwain. The board will hold a meeting in St. Basil's school on Wednesday even-| ing to discuss the financial status of the district and all ratepayers are in-vfted to be present. It in understood the board will be able to show a Kiir-jplus on last year's operation*;. 11 WELL KNOWN FRENCH-CANADIAN LADY DEAD AND FEED BARN On THURS V AT 2.00 O'CLOCK P.M. SHARP THIS STOCK WILL TERMS CASH E SOLD AS THE PROPRI^OR IjS GIVING UP FARMING. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer Montreal, Jan. 14.-Madame Mcrcser, widow of the late Hon. J-ionore Mercier, premier of Quebec, dlejj at nine o'clock on Saturday night at her residence 1707 Park Ave. Madame-Mercier whose maiden "name was Virginie St. Denis, was born in St. Myacinthe, In 1803. Madame Mercier'a sons arc: Hon. Hon-ore Mercier,- provincial minister of colonization, and Paul Km lie Mercier, engineer of Montreal. A daughter wan the first wife of Sir Lomer Gouin, and scraggy, Junt moisten a cloth with Uanderine and carefully draw k through y hair, taking one small Btrand at a lime. The effect is im-mediate ard ame^ing-your hair will be light, fluffy and wavy, and have an appearance at abundance; an incomparable lustre. Holiness, and luxuriance, the beauty and shimmer of true hair, .health. Get a small bottle of Knowlton's Danderine from any drug swre or toilet counter, and pro v.-* that your hair is as pretty and soft as any-that it has been neglected or injured by careless* treatment. A small bottle will double tho freauty of your hair.-Advert. rt * -- 7* ? V ? .5 i 1 .V V 4 r ft* - Z i Lie EST U EVERY HOME US X 1 %4 m 'fin ,^1 si* � ^ i Mi The coming of cold weather always brings an increase in coughs, colds, throat and bronchial trpubles. Be prepared in advance with a box *>f Peps. These pastilles will safeguard you against the dangers of changeable weather by keeping your breathing organs in such a healthy, vigorous condition that congestion becomes impossible. Also, with Peps on hqed-you need have no fear of infection. Although a specialist tells us that every cough frees 20,000 germs, so that it is impossible to breatiie without inhaling some of them, the medicinal fumes that are liberated when Peps are dissolved in the month instantly destroy all germs in the throat and air passages, so that no further trouble can develop. Peps are absolutely free from all harmful drugs-they are as pure as the Pines from which they come, and are the ost reliable and indispensable remedy for coqghs, colds, bronchitis, asthma, sore throat, huskiness, loss of voice, 'smoker's throat," relaxed throat, catarrh, laryngitis, croup, whooping cough,grippe i free and all other affections of the throat. I Send this coupon with bronchial tubes and lungs. All 1 narao 01 papcr and lc At T dealers or Peps Co., Toronto. 50c box, 3 for $1.25. stamp (to pay return poMaire) and frea trim! package will be sent you. / '1 1 &4 UNPRECEDENTED ono � Consignment of Beautiful, New anci Furniture Unreserved Auction Sale! J The war has played havoc wiih the markets of the world, and the manufacturers, bat perkrs r.o industry has been more di :oTrrsnized than thai of the Carpet Manufacturer. Kis factories have been convert id into Munition shops and his looms stored a-;vay. The supply has thus greatly diminished, the inevitable resylt beinp $35 or $40 four years ago cannot be purchased for le :s than' $60 or $65. These facts are well known to the public and the announcement of an Unreserved Auction S-'e of Car^?t�, Ruors and Furniture F When the market condition*? are so unusual is absolutely unique and fully justifies the qualification "unprecedented." The Sale Will B s Meld in Waddington's Rooms, S.O.E. Bufdlng, 10th St. So. Git Thurs'Jay and Friday Next, January 17 and 18 At 2 o'clock prompt and the stock which has been consigned to Waddlngton for Absolute Sale by a Bid Merchant, includes Very Fine VELVET* PILE WILTON in Oriental colors, 9x1f8 -..... --------- ------, 9x12J/2; two beautiful Ax~- minster squares, 9x9 and 9x12; threo "Empress Josephine" Art Rugs, 9x7; four'A 1 quality Ingrain Wool Rug3, 9x10*%; seven very excellent quality Tapestry Squ.ire6.9x9, 9x10