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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE six the  lethbridge DAILY HERAlD Thitteen Hundred Birds at Show Her?^ Feathered aristocfats or Uie fftrra-yard-hold Buaj- in Lethbrldgo today with the opening ot the annual poultry show, which Is being hold In the liouUry building at the fair grounds. Nearly 1300 birds are congregated to adTance their good points hoforo the judges In-nn effort to carrjf-off the prlzejinoney for their owners'who arc here frptn all parts of the west. . AV. McC. Moore, president ot the association, Intomiod lU^Herald ropre- sontntlvo who called the bnlld'ng where the. prize roosters  were enjoying themselves by crowing overtime, that the show is the largest yet held Itx Lethbrldgo with the ])osslblo exception of the prorinclal show held here In 191G. He and Horace King, the secretary are btiay getting the birds placed. Judging started this afternoon at two o'clock. Three judges arc present, Harrj- Ross and Jos. Iliidon For Home Made Candy Fine for Tafly and Fudge. Sold in 2, 5,10,20 lb. tiosand Perfect Seal Quart Jfit: Write for free Cook Book. m cMiii sTuci ca MONTRUL. " of Calgary and E. NT. Darker ot Card-ston who has not luislscd a poultry show in Lothbrldge vin more years than he would caro to mention. Heretofore the White Orpingtons [.were the big clans at the show but this year the old reliable Barrefl Uoclv has come back into his own. They ore ont in force for the occasion, forming the biggest class in the lot. M. Iloss Wallace of Calgary Is the b'g exhib' lior in this class. The White Orpingtons are not far .behind with Stanley HIngston'of Calgary. Edwards Brothers of Taber and E. P./Tuson of Letb-bridgo the big exhitltbrs. Mrs. Constantino of Carstalrs, who has ahxay.=i been one of the lending exhibitors In this is not present this year. Black Orpingtons are also a big exhibit. The pigeon exhibit this year is one of the features of the show, over 200 entries baring been received, nlaking a splendid showing. Stanley Hlugston ot Calgary has about fiO entered; J. E, Wilkinson of Edmonton has 55 and A. 0. Crowe, also of Edmonton, has 40. Other exhibitors of pigeons are Sam Helwlg, I. H. Emmorson, Humplf-ries and Hamilton, and George Jones of Lethbridge. R. B. Hunter of Edmonton, one ot the leading fanciers ot the province Js' down with his Buff Rocks, R. I. Reds and pigeon classes. There are 175 special prizes to be distributed ia addition to the regular priie money. The show is open to the public, free ot admission. The fine poultry hall at the fair grounds is well woMh a visit. Fanc'ors who are present deV dare the building one of the best ia the west and the exhibit in it is worth going a longway to see. The shcwv will be open every day and evening until Friday afternoon, when It closes Its doors for this w?nter. Tomorrow the Herald will publish the list ot the prUe winners picked this afternoon. ROZEH FOOTl //�Al�D. \ Mr. William* Jonw, Trapper, of Oba, Ont,, hticl\ s veiy b.idly frozen heel cured by Zam-Bnk. Writing to the proprietofs ho says: " Whilo on a long tramp I jot one of my heela very badly frozen. By the time I got baclj to niy shack thepain was.intenso,. Fortunately I had some Zam-Buk on hand and applied it freeljv The relief I felt was wonderful. I persevered until Zam-Btik had drawn out all the pain and soreness and the swelling had disappeared. lam glad to say that I have had no trouble with it since." If you suffer with that very painful ailment-rchilblains-you wiU find nothing so good as Zam-Buk. Also for chapped hands, cold sores, eold cracks, eczema, old sores, blood-poisoning, piles, cuts, burns aiia scalds Zam-Buk cannot bo equalled. All dealers or Zain-Buk Co., Ti�onto, 50c box, 3 for $1.25. DAMAGE $3000 Quebec. Jan. H.-At five, o'clock this morning fire broke out In the cellar of the provincial agricultural^ schoor at Ste. Anne Be La Pocatlere.' The damage is placed at $3,000. AUCTION SALE 20 HEAD Mostly Mares in Foal From 3 to 8 yeart, weighing from 241^ to 2800 Ibt. ptr team. At ihe Pakce Livery Barn, Lethbridge on Saturday, January 19tli, ^19liS THESE HORSES WILL BE SOLD ABSOLUTELY ' WITHOUT RESERVE ' AS they have been brought here tg> be SOLD NICHOLSON WeVALLEY ' auctioneers XnD sale managers v - \ SHOW mmm .s. Washington, Jan. 14.-In support ot tlie claim that the government, In taking over the railroads, assumed control of more valuable property than it is preparing to nibke returns for, railway execut'ves today pVeaented. figures to the house interstate conimerce committee showing added investments since 1915, net operating income and proceedings of return for thq last three years. The flfcurea show the average property invejtment for all roads from 1915 to 1917 approximatelylie.OOCOOO,-000. The average net; operating income was 856,000,000. flimiPORT � -\ 30;head of mares and geldings, from 3 to 8 years, welghin^jfroni J&18 YOU GAK'T Fii SEP:SGfl� --^ of HEAD OF OO' JJ-'^MARES & GELDINGS~33 � From 8 years old. All broken. Ranging in weight from 1100  i, to 1500 )bs. each. To be sold at the t LETHBRIDGE SALE AND FEED BARN On THURS., Jail. 17tt \\ THIS STOCK WILL be SOLO AS the PROPRI^Or'|> OIVINg' 'AT 2.00 O'CLOCK P.M; SHARP TERMS CASH UP FARMING. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer Thos. Lone Is chairman of tiie Letii^ 'bridge Separate school board for 1918. That was decided at a recent organization meeting, 11 being unanimously decided that he should till the chair for, a second terra. D. J; McSwalne was, '.again appointed .secretary-treasurer of �the board. The new members,'.t.,, j'Vaselenak and J. K. Smith took their ' seats. � Standing , committees wore struck'as follows: , Property-J. K.' Smith and T, DV Brown. Finance-D. J. McSwaln, J. 'yaBelen-ak and J. k.Smith. � , � - Purchasing and Manageroeny,- Jl Vaselenak and D.'J. M^jgwain/ ., Tho board will holdv a meeting In St. Basil's school on Wednesday even? Ing to dlscusB the financial status of tho district, and all ratepayers are in-' vlted to be present. U la understood the board will be able to show a surr, plus on last year's ope.ratipfiB. f *  ^   � , brittle' and and scraggy, Jii^st moisten a cloth with Danderine and carefully draw H through your hair, taking one small Btruhd, at a time. The effect, is Immediate and amazlng-r-your .hair- will be light, fluffy and wavy, and .have an appearance of abundance; an Incomparable lustre, Boftness, and luxuriance, the beauty and,shimmer of true ha1iiJiealt,h. , . ^ . Get a small bottle opKnowHon's Danderine from any driUg store or toU-e(i counter, and prove th%t yiiur hair Is as pretty and soft as any-that it-has been neglected or injured by carelesp; treatment. A small bott^-(vlll double tho �eauty o/ your lialr.-Advert '�  \' "APlMEFaBESTINIVERYHOME* ' ' The coming of cold w.eather always brings an increase in coughs/colds, throat and bronchial troubles. Be" prepared in advance with a box pf Peps. These pastilles will safeguard ^ you against the dangers of changeable weather^ by keeping your breatfaiiniS organs, in such a healthy, vigorotis condition that congestion becomes impossible. .-^ Also, with Peps on hand-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 \srittiout Inhaling some of them, the medicinal fuii^es that .are liberated -when Peps are dissolved in the month instantly destroy all tremendously increased intil toi^ay carpets that cost $35 or $40 four years ago cannot be purchased for le 3S ihan~^$60 or $65. / These facts are well known to the public and the announcement cf an " � � . Unreserved Auction Sfle^^^^^ and Furniture When the market conditions are so unusual is absol utely unique and fully Justifies tho Aualificatlo'n-,"unprecedented." ; - � "' ' ; ' The said Will B e Held in ' ', " ^ ' ' I' Waddington's Rooms, S.O.E. Bui'ding, 10th 5l.>: Ori Thursday aiid Fri^y Next, January 17 ta^i'ti At 2 o'eliDck prompt and the stock which has been eon,tlQned to Waddlngton for Absolute 8Al4,by. aBlfl Merchant, Includes Very Fine VELyETy PILE^WI|-TON In Orierital colore, dxISJ/g; two lM(au^lfUl Ak-minster, squares, 9x9 and 9xie; threo "Empress'Josephine" Art Rugs, 9x7; fbur'A 1 quality Ingrajti Wool Ftuga, 9x10^; seven very excellent'quality Tapestry 8quare8,9x9,. 9x10^, 9x12; six Jute Rugsiin Mtrac-,