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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PACtE TEN the' tETHBRIDGE IJAILY; tlfe^Xtfr tAst of Special Awards Given in Poultry Show THE BEST BIBD e. P. Tosonj of Lethbrldae, w�t this afternoon awarded special prize;for the best bird in the �how, � any clas*. , ^ Judging at the poultry show was. all eoiiipletod this morning except the avrnrdinB ot a few special prizes. A tour of the building developed ,the tact that the prizes- were w^ll acatter-di Northern Alberta as well as BlC. nd Saskatohewan points being repsa. �ehted. The best bird in the show has not jet been decided. The decision will, however, be reached some^{ime during-the afternoon and the exhibitors are ' jiil'Congiegnted to hear the result. Interest in which is runnias high. ^E. X. Barker, who has attended every poultry-show In Lethbrldge for a long time, told the Herald this morning that the show all through is practically equal to the provincial shoAv here twti years ago, and in several clashes there are better eshibits^ "It is a wonderful show, and a credit to the breeders and to the association," hb said. > ' The entries in,the utility claaees were especially good and'^gave the judges a greiit deal of work In picking the winners. Following are some ot the special ewarda. In all Yhere are, 175 special priies to he awarded. The full list of winners will appear in FYiday's Herald. Special Award* Best Columbia Wyandotte male - Morrison, Roasfieid. Best pair Seobright Bantams-Wilkinson, Edmftntoa. Best cockerel and pullet. White Wy-�ndattcs-H. Senior, city. -Best Brahma female~H. King, cltv. �Best pair S. C. White Leghorns- iToung, DeWinton. A.O.V. Rocks-Krache, city. Cocl:, hen, �ockerel and pullet, Black Leghoras-Frache. ' Best "male or females Buff Rooks - Hunter, Pdmonton. Jfale oi female, White Wyandottes -R. Scott, city. Jklale or female^ Black Minorca, S. C.-Nimmo, Medicine Hat. Male or female.; R. C. Brown Leghorns-Hardens. Tnier. Best pair Houdaua-N. McKellar, Taber. Best Capon-'WeetSbrook, city. Best pair yurUilts-Hlngston, Cat- Cdminittees Nftmed and 'Qffle lals Re-appointed For TTI** 'Yearr �� THURSDAYrJANUARY 17, \m gary. Best pigeon, gary. -A. v.-Hlngston. Cal- MMADEM Her SiJEned' Letter I^VM This. Read it Xeene, N. H,~1-.i*u all rm lidwn, had no strength, no appctit* and a bad cough.^o tliat a good deal ofithe time I was unfit {oc vrotk. My druggist told nit about VinoL I took it^:.and my cough soon disappeared, my appetite unproved and I am trong^^td^^weWaf ain^-iMrs. Innm SAvis, 50 Russell St., Keene. N. H. Vlnol is a cohstitutiomil cod liver / and iron-ratnedy which create* ah ap-etite, aids digestion, enrichea th� Blood, and in this natural manhae creates atrengti. We guarantee it. "5, , , � , ,1. O. HIGINBOTHAM A CO.. LTD.  Oruggists, Lathbridg*. Also at the; best druofliat* In all Alberta town*. Best Columbian Wyandotte, fenwle -Morrison. Crossfleld. Best Blue Checkered Homer-Kingston, Calgilry. Best Fantntl or Jacotoln-Crowe, Edmonton. Best pigeou in shovf-Kingston. Best Tumbler-RobiSrts, Calgary. Best Rabbit-Kingston. Best male or female, >White Rocks- Robertson, Edmonton. Cock, hen, cockerel and pullet, B.C. Black Mlnorcaa-Lothian, Lacombe. Stale or female, Hamburg, A.V.- Emmerson, city. ^, Malej)r female. Buff LcghoHJ-E�i-merson, city. ' Best black red gaiao bantam-Hian-phrles and Hamilton, city. Best male Buff i^ghom-Emmerson, city. >Iale or female, brown red game BaKtam-Humphries and Hamilton MlUe or f emale .A.O.V. Game Ban-tam-'-Humphries and Hamilton. Ben male or female Partridge Rocks^-Bennett, Medldne Hat. Best jnaie or female Partridge Wyandotte*-Edwards Brae., Taber. , Male 01' female B. C. Black Minor--ca-LothUn, Lacdmbe. / Curiie, MediciseHat. A.O.V. Wyandottea-Tinuns, Calgary Black LangshajiS-A. V. Gibbons, city. 1 � S. C. Black Minorca*-Nlmmo, Medicine Hat. A.O.V. Rock-Frache. city. Golden \ Wyandotte*-N. JIcKellar, Taber. R.C. R.'X. Rede-W. A. Moore. Medl-cine Hat. i , i - - Pet Game-J. Orahan, city. B.C. R. I. Red, female-Oliver, Cal-|;ary. v Best HomerVMasBon, city. Best display Cornish^Humphries & Hamilton, city. Cock, heh, cockerel and pullet. Columbia Wyaadottefr-^Korrlson,-Gross-field. Game Bantam, mala-^Humphrie* A Hamilton, city.  Cockerel-�nd pallet, Brahma-King, city. (From Our Own Correspondent) Pincher Creek, Jan. 14.-The newly elected council hold their first meeting for IDIS this evenltig. There'was R full attendance, those present and constituting-the council being as follow*: Mayor H. B, Hyde, Councillors H. Bossenborry, D. L. McCrea, T. H.' Scot.t, E. a. Tucker, ,W. R. Lees and J.''J.--Cameron. , The minutes of the last meeting ot the old council were adopted without comment, and the business of appointing the committees for the ensuing year vas proceeded with. They are as fellows: \ ./ Finance committee: Councillors Cameron, McC/^ea and Bosscnberry. Public vorks: Councillors Scott, l.ees and Tucker." Water und light: Councillors Bog-senberry, Cameron and Scott. Fire and - police and, relief; Coun-ctllora Tucker, Bosscnberry and McCrea. M-arket and health: Councillors Mc-Cn^a, Scott and Lees. Parks and Cemetwy: CouuclUora Itees, Tucker and Cameron. , The mayor made a few remarks to the new committees asking fo^. their co-opbratlon,-�nd suggested that it would be a good thing if the chairman of each would interview the secretary prtor to �ach regular meeting and look ovar bills and O.K. those necessary, thereby saving considerable delay at-the meetings. The second and fourth Mondays were iset for regular meeting nights. Councillor Bosaenberry was ap pointed' deputy mayor tor the next three months. Dr. J. J. Gillespie was Communications under this headiag must bear the signatures ot the writers.- � � ''Si t^- �--^ A r ENUE Foremost, Dec. H\ 1?M Editor, t�thbridge Herald: in tho ' l^tl has bean: thiilVh�n wo-. Iiwen n ecd cil. Iron thoy gen-, ero-V Y took ordinary. m�-; tdlllo Iron,! iwhici) 01 ten' sprroded t )i � tioinach a n 4 HW ��s considerable ^discussion as to whether the assessment of the town should be changed. Some of the councillors were of the opinion that the present valuation was far- too high and there waa some talk of having a new assessment based oh the present^values made. However,- the matter was left as last year, as It rcoasideired that while the assessment was high, it was fairly equitable,,.'and there was very little to cbooae between paying SO mills on'a thousand dollars or 100 mills on five hundred dbllars.  A' resolution calling for tenders tor aupplylng coal for the municipal building was put-through. Tenders to* lie in by January 2l8t / The water and light committee are to look' into the qhestion of getting ia more revenue for the light plant, and the indications point to a raise in the rates, or perhaps a cut in the present discount. .A, note from the Union Banlc was presented to the council to 'renew. The amount was $8000 and that Is the deficit the litew council starts off with. They are not discouraged; as'.the council of 1917. had a larger detic^t'than that to face, and while the problem this year Is harder than ever,, the new appointees are tackling the job with a vim, and feel .very optii^latic over the result. J a Councillor Scott raeutioned^that (t)e engine at the mill had Ibeen taken apart and this led' to aHalk' on this old^problem.'' It was decided to get the public works committee on pie Job with a view of having the mill pr�>perty properly, looked after and arrangement* made for draining the cellar. . -  ' CLARKE'S ANNUAl STOfK-TAKING SALE CLARKE & CO. v^HE LADIES' STORE 612 THIRD AVENUE S. ig savings of a most unusual character on ise of finest quality. L Week-End BARGAINS ahd\Fur Coats, tailored Coats ^ Suits, clotk and silk dresses, it'ts,' kimpnais, knit goodsi hos- t, gloves, corsets, dress goods, veaf, etc. ^ ccessful stock-taking sale and has brought'' ery day, who have been most ready not to part with their money when they have fined the various line onsale, but to give ;�:Wlll not be able to make purchases ,he. pours for)h. Does he not realize that It -Was the Industrial workers who put power hig- A hinr tiat claule and .^ot "^^^ fact that ^'^'t^^^ :where it Is -w7^^heS:indUikl i-^-^two^^^^^ tt^^^Tll ralsea hushel of wheat or that It costs ;*11.00 to mlll'a barrel of flour Whynot advocate 'government ownership of these. . . Again: How about our packing plants? Are you convinced that e pound of bacon actually costs anything liko fifty cents and are you satisfied with the-profits majie by the Stockholm, Jan. 16.^ telegram to the BolshevikI - paper In Stockholm states that it Is; reported from the ^imont ownership of | Smoiny'lnstlTute that'^hrgoverom St'^w^u t�>� consfituent .Mem- effect would, accord- bly on January 18 iwlll present an ul-argument, mean an . tlmatum that Russfi^ s� be pi^. immense^to the people of the; claimed as a Socialist republlo and all lond and property bo expropriated. various packers which Is paid mostly j a. complete, out .oti the pockets ot the poorer I Wake ii*dltor and start some-classes.. Government ownership of! thins cr-gg the "Country without 1 accept this proposition or it will come' hape of a uold^iip and � into open conflict witii thevSqveits, overlook tl*rs for which sj much who stand on the side of the govern-cannot be] ment. In such a contllct. the corros-' It gives ) of your readers tbte pendent says the constituent assembly impressiohl you are'siinplvf;)!-. will coreo off the loser, lowing in tkl blazed-by some one i ThS correspondent says'the feeling lust aheawu and that after flU among Kaledlnes' troops are weaken-vbu are H likely to he .as far Ing; .tjie cadets.and.anll-rovolutionary ^ � -  . ... officers are staying in the army but the soldiers are becoming less and less dependable and for this reason Kale-dines' operations liave been-paralyzed. ^- . ' -- away from 'ar'^vislios of the people as you bout a year ajo vdien you so at advocated "Oayllght Saving." '8 igijthat iss lav as the i-.-est -\.as rietf^any way, pr-^vcd these Industries with the price of their products reduced to actual cost would really mean something to this country. ., .Once more: How about the newspapers .of this country?'Is it hot a MISSIONMSAND workers are educated to- shop early by dear MarriocK aii'd so help out their fellow workers, and as fof'thg farmer. If- be advocates '"Buying at Home," I am sure, he will fin.d no difficulty, of getting h a.'supplies. "War Times.", seems .;tb be. the by word of all these cipltallst ol-ganizers, and I just want'to cram one little sentence into Mamoch's head and that Is, why he (Mamoch) seemingly is voicing the sentiment ot the retail merchants association,.' who' claim that if .0 storekeeper is not getting big enough prices for his wares. Join up with them and-^tbeywlH sho-w you how it is done (See" Retail Mei-cha'rirs Association pamphlet. Issued about August last). Organiied labor is fighting in Flanders for a democracy 'that will bring shorter hours still to the Reall Clerks. �. , �- ; Yours truly, � - ; A.- B. FiLMER,  Ex.-Seo. L. T. & L. C. Russian Tries to End Lif� As Result of Failure of Mission to U. S. GERIM rs truly, , . C; MORTIMER. NERA^.lk|LLED Londonj7.-^Advlces received' at Amst^Kroni Germany, forwarded bi'.ontfal Ne-ws, report tiiat MaJfiraj^Von Auer was ITALIAN AIRCRAFT MISSION An Atlantic Port, Jan. 17.-r-Heading an Italian aircraft mission to the ^United States, Captain D'AnnunzIo,'o� the Italian aviation corps, son of GaWrlelo D'Annunilo, the poet, arrived here yesterday with 24 aircraft experts from tho Milan factories where the Caproni' machines are matiufactured. ^.Tlie mission will visit Buffalo, N.Y., Dayton, Ohio, ahd Washington. .. 'i'oaoy doctOM ore. iron'- Nuxated iron. by pr. F�rdln�nM^been potsonlag you Solomon;Kansas, was wyepked about tor montha and which you never one.mile east'of Belolt 'thla.jnorulng, thoiight waa In your ayat�m. The IN-it wBi) announced at the Union Pacific ST ANT, R^a�am aeU^n aurprlses hoth officer here. The wreck la, believed doctors and paUenta.-J. D. Higiq^Mpr. due to a broken rail. ... I am & Co., LtdV;