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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta fHE t^ETHBRIDGE DA^LV, HERALD -v. % lit FORILIFAXRELIEF Gdod Sums Raised-Big Red Cross Meeting Planned For Feb. 6tli. (From Our Own Corresponilent) Coalhurst, Jan. 18!-A dance was held in the school houso on Friday evening In aid of Halifax relief. There was a Urge attendance and everybodjr voted it the best affair of the soasou. In connection with this work a'col-' lection is being taken up ainong the employees of the local colliery and while final returns are not yet to hand It is expected that the total will pass the |I,200 mark. Coalhurst has certainly responded nobly to the call for ^elp from the ,stricken city in the Much credit Is due to the committee In charge of local efforts for the Halifax relief work. Those who organized the dance last week and the canTassers haye worked very hard end the results of their eff^^ ^^^b In the aplendid response that has been made. ' A number ot local people went to Latbbridge on Monday-to take In the opera. They report a good time. 3. R. McDowell has received word' tkat his brother Arthur, who went out with the llSth batuiion �nd who was grounded In the early part ot Norem-tier will shortly be InTallded home. Farmeri from thU district will attend the annual VJf.A. convention wlilch will be held In Calgary next iraek. A Bumber ot important reso-hiUo&a an. on the agenda for discus-laa and the convention promises to k� very Iniereiting. Misa MaoPberaon ot Edmonton Is tliitlng with her aUter, Mrs. R. J. Q�9unon and reuewinc old trlendships la Ooalhurat : JWlss dbrUtle of Diamond City was  rlsltor ttKCoalhurit last week. , A party from the local Red Cross society want to Commerce on Tuesday afternoon In response to ah Invitation from the Commerce branch to attend  D^eetlng of workers there. A large aoiab^ were present including also a 4aputaUon from Diamond City and a oiost intwesting diacassion on the held. - - clety liaa already collected a good sum ot tnotaey; machines have been, pur-, chaaiM iind the liidtes are sewing hard for the workc The Coalhurst party included Mrs. J. D. Keith, Mrs. Mac-. Neil and Messrs. Sandhnm and iMarsh. rtiitepaycrs' Meeting The annual meeting of rntopaycra of the Coalhurst school district was held In the school house on Friday afternoon.' The: reports wore considered very satisfactory and the school Is in splendid shape Mr. J. B. DeHnrt who retired this year was re-elected trus-too for three yearo and at a subso-quenl meeting of the trustees was also re-elected as chairman ot the board. Constable Morrison ot the provlnctai police has been tronliferred to Mac-leod and left on Monday for that town. He is Succeeded by Constable Hart who has had considerable expcrldnce in the mounted soUce. The value of fire extinguishers in an emergency was realized this wa,ek when a local merchant discovered a nasty fire in his store. The tire resulted from some ashes which had been banked uround th^ outside and but tor the prompt use ot tl\e' extinguishers would have proved serious. The secrtary ot the Red Cross society has received the following subscriptions; J. M*cIeod 111, B. Morgan �2. J. Abernethy $5, J. T. and P. H. Perclval fl each. Arrangements are just about completed for the b(g pub-lio meeting In tie Rex Theatre on Wednesday, Febrdary 6th. Speakers Final List of i^w Lethbridge Pdil Following is Uie completed list of priie winners at the Lethbrldgo Poultry show'which closed Friday: White Rboka Cock. 1, J. Ti. Mokinlay, Calgary; 2, F. Senior, CItj-; 3^ J. B. Rlrle. Hen, 1, A. Robertson, Kdmonton; 2 and 3, F. Senior. Cockerel, 1 and S, F, Senior. Pullet, 1 and 8, Roberstonj 2, F. Senior. Buff Rocks ' . Cook, 1 and 2, R. B. Hunter �nd Sons. Edmonton. -Hen, 1 and 2, R. B. Hunter. Cooherol. 1 and 3,-R. B. Hun-' ter. Pullet, 1 and 2, R. B. Hunter.  PartrldBe Rocks Cock, 1, E. V. Bennett, Medicine Hat. Hen, 1, 3, and 3. B. D. Bennett, Medicine Hat. Cockerel, 1 and 2, E. D. Bennett, Modlqine Hat. Pullet. 1, 2, and 3, E. D. Bennett, Medicine Hat. Barred Rocks Dark Cobk. 1, Mr. Ross Wallace, Calgary; 2 and 3, B. D. Bennett. Hen", l.and 2, Wallace; 3, J. M. Campbell Swift Current. Cockerel, 1 and 2, and 4, Wallace; 3, Westbrook Bros, City. Pullet, 1, ^Vallace; 2, and 3, West-brook. Barrsd Rocks, Light Cock, 1 and 2, Bennett; 3, West-... ^ ,.7 , , brook. Hen, 1 and 2, Wallace; 3, West- wiU be: HU Honor Judge Jackson, W. i brook; 4, P. H. Enrterton, City. Cock-A. Buchanan. M.P.. Mayor Hardle and ; erel, a, 2, and 4, Bennett; 3 Wallace. SLiv^^SP^!^"*'-.*" "'mV^u'*''''''**!- Pullet. 1, Wallace, 2, 3, 4, Beunet; 5, Pwlnk Waddiugton will have charge Campbell of the programme.. No charge will be Any Other Variety Reeks made for admission. Cockerel, i; Geo. Frache,' City. Pul- tn cQnaectioh with the drive in this let, 1, 2, 3, Gep. Frach^e.' district for money and members for ^ Buckeyes 5 \l ' -"^^^^^^^^^^^^^"Tv^^s!^* 1 New Riiniary Ni 2, the Red Cross we have been asked Cock. 1, Peter Smith. City. Hen, 1, to urge that no one give to a canvas- Peter Smittf. Cockerel, 1, Peter Smith,' ser who. cannot produce his authorisation signed by the local president and secretary. AH qanvassers ot the local society are furnished with these certificates and no others may legitimately solicit funds for this branch. MAI pepata^ are simply the result ot ca-tai^h of the throat and stomach. At night aa you lie asleep, the mucus drops down from the throat and head and 1^ swallowed into the stomach. In the morning you awake feeling heavy aad tired;ithere^is a bad taste in your mouth, you are in a bad humor; you wppder what alls you; You have catarrh, catarrh ot the stomach and i;ow whole system is poisoned and reeking with the diseane. Your stomach has become,clogged and the delicate membrane is coated with a vile sticky Substance. The, catarrh mucus refuses to be digested and only passes out of ----------- the stomach -with great difficulty. a discharging I Little by little, the mucus with the catarrh, germs which it has carried settles permanently on the mucous membranes which lines the stomach. Rieal dyspeitsia and indigestion are caiisisd by lack of digestive juices. quick to take advantage of the opportunity. They, invade the Bustachtan Tubes. Their presence and irritation it causes produce more and more mucus. Gradually this fills up the ear tube so that sounds can only pass through with difficulty. The paUent finds his he.,rinB slowly going. When the tubes are c6mpletely_^tilled total deafness may result. In deafness from nasal catarrh, which, affects the middle ear, it .often happens that crackling sounds, are present which distress and confuse the patient. These are dtie to the fact that the mucn� which fills thb upper part and back ot the^thrdat iaicbver-log the opening of the Buatacbtan Tubes and the bursting of bubbles or the .movement of mucus causes Ithe aoundsi which come from the altered resonance of the ear. After a crackling report the hpad ifaay seem clearer and the hearing better for a time. Later on In the case, there .may be crackling sounds when awallowing, which come from the offortk of,a stiffened muscle to open the tubes'which yield with a lerk. The above explanation ot a most common'causb of deafness should make it clear how absurd and useless it is to attempt to overcome such deafness by ear drums or (|evlces ot a similar sort. , Let it be understood, however, that Parraint is not for ear troHbles other than those caused tnr catarrh. If your trouble is caused by scarlet fever/or any disease apart from catarrh, or if caused by andolury, Parmlntla not for you, and yon should consult your NASAL CXTARRH Ulia form ot Catarrh is, to say least, sickening and disgusting. its work, but it is prevented by foreign matter which has dropped down from .u .h� U^U-i*^.^^^? ' you>with a, cougli/v no matter how the the usual treatment tor indigestion be Maht-^vnu nnmM nni �n nhvinrt it  _............,____be. of use? Since catarrh Is the cause ot f cTuah is"reneraUv a^ffi^ . Jdes being most common and 'highly {he trouble, ^It is the catarrh that must t^^j � ,�iSS.tipn in a djng-dangerous. The changes-of weather be^reated^. If yo^^^^^^ erous place, anrprojli? treatment render the deUcate mucous mem-, jtomjiph we believe that if taken faith- g^ouldb secured at ohce. Delaying branes in the nose and throat very tul}y for a reasonable length The nose and throat are what might ne nr^rueM be called the highway ot life. CAlise Or DtAFNEsa _______^___^ ..^------ The throat itself Is divided Into two A cause which is responsible for a'you for a .lQUS?tliB.9;-.we believe that main pasages; one the Oesophagus, great many cases of deafness is ca-,ybu will find a qM|c,li,relief frdm your or"gullet, going to ,the stomach, the;tarrh. ^ IM^^'ri'iSiS^^Ti^^^^^ other the respiratory tract or Trachea, I The whole trouble generally be-j | W"*!'^Wf'iV 1.1. going to the bronchial tubes and luugs.' gins In a simple cold In the head. Dur-| Parmlnt is an Br!yWBh;rormulf^pui Through the lungs the blood passes ing such a cold almost every person o^ the market ijiv-^gland i.^bout Ji) with every heart beat and there comes experiences, that feeling of stuffiness years ago. It is ;a .Mmbln^lon ol in. roWlbd -^am* ��"tama Hon, i:and"2; Humphries and HamlU ton. Pullets, 1, liumphrlos and Hamilton. ' Ouekwltig Game Bantams ; Cock, 1, Humphries and Hamilton. . '.' 4}llkio Cock, 1, B.iilall. City." Hen, 1, J. B. Wilkinson, and Son, Edmonton; 2, R. Hall. PUllet, 1. Wllklnbon. White Rose Comb Bantarqa Cock, 1 ahd 2, Westbrook. Heu, 1, Westbrook. : �lack ROM Comb Bantama Hen, 1 and 2|Westbrook. Cooker^J, 1, Westbrook. Ptillet, 1, Westbrook-Buff Cschin Bantams Hen, 1, J, W;m-mo. Black Spanish Hen, 1, C; W. -Thurst, Calgary. R.C, Black Mlnorcas ^ Cock 1, Hen 1, .2. 3, Cockerel 1,^2, ,3,i Pullet 1, 2, 3, D. A. Lothian. La-Combe, r. , . Ahdaluslan Cock, 1, O. W.^'Thurst; 2 and 3. J. Curr'e. Medicine flat. Hen, 1 and 3, W. Button, City; 2, Currle. Cockerel, 1 and 8, Currle; 2, Thurst. Pullet, 1, Thurst, 2 and 3, Currle. . Dark Cornish Cock, 1,1 D. P. Wqddruff,'" Magrath; 3, Humphries and Hamilton, Hen 1, 3i5and 4. Humphr'asf^hdlHamiitdh; 2, Woodruff.' Cockrel,kJ;!Ji'Graham, 2, and 3, Wopdruff. Pullet, 1 and 3, Humphries and tiamllton; 2,J-Woodruft. � - .y White Cemlsl^-- All awards Woodruff. 'tSolden PheiMnts Cock. 1, Beattie; 2,'Wilkinson. Hen, I, Peattie; 2, Wilklnsopv^ fijir, Sliver Pheaaanil Cock. l;tBeattie: 2; Wilkinson. Hen, 1, Beattie; 2, Wilkinsgn.r ^! . English Phtasahts . Gock 1, Hen 1, Wilkirisori. Any Other Variety Pheasant Cook 1, Hen 1, Wilfclnsoh. P Gulnea3rowi , 1,.J. A. Massey, High' Rivier. Farmers. Claaa Asiatics old, Asiatica^ young. Mediterraneans young-A?-Graham. Light Brahma Bantams .Cock, 1,.Farmer, Rapid^City, Man.; 2, S. Jones. Pullet. I ahd^^, S. Jdnes. Hen, 1 and 2, Farmer. ' Black Cechin, Bantama Cock, 1, P. AshcrCM; 2, J. B. Rlrle; 3,. R, Graham, Edmonton. Hen, 1, Graham;. 2, Ashcroftt !3, Rlrle, Cockerel 1; Graham. PuUet, 1, OirahamT 1 White Cochin fcantama s Cock 1, 2, 3, Hen 1, 2, 3, Cockerel 1, a, 3, Pullet 1, 2-Westbrook. Pullet SiJ. A. Massey. Pen Clahses Barred Rocks-Young Light - 1, Wallace; 2, Bennett;' Dark, 1, Wallace, -.v-.. " , Buff Orpingtons, young-^1, 8. Spaf-ford, Calgary; 2, V. Waterhouse. White Orpingtons, *dId-t-l and 2, B, P, TuBon; 3; S. Kingston. Young, 1, Tuson; 2, Hingston. ' , ^ Black Orpington, old-^1 and 3, T�-son; 2. Mrs. Woods, Brandon. Young, li.A. M. Beattie; 2. Tijson. White Wyandottes. bVd-1, N. North-wood, Calgary. Young, 1, Northwood; 2, R.:Scott, . . � ' Silver Wyandottes,' 'old - 1, Sam Jones; 12, J. Benton.  ' � R.C. R.I. Reila, young-1, W. A. Moore; 2, S. Hellwlff.; . Brown Leghorns, oid-r-l, Sara Jonejf.  �* S.C,, B\itf Leghorns,. young-Ij 3, Lyqns,'Calgary. t Dark Cornish, old-^l; Woodruff; 2, Humphries and Hamilton. I Dark pornlsh, young-^1. 'Wopdrutt; ,2, Humphries and Hamilton.. Houdans, young-l.Hir^fls.Cren-brook.  r 1 ' , 1^ R.C. B. Mlnorcas, old-l. it. Jones, 3.C.B.-Mlnorcas, old*-l', a C Nlmmo. ' . " A.O.V. Rocks, old-Iv AieRohertson,' >Bdmonton. Young, iy^ B.tB. -Tflunter and-Sons! 2. A. Roberts.iii:' ' ''' When yott hear thlirtcordlpg pf 'iTheij You'll Rejinember Me," you will understand why V^fhon Stiles won such a ereat pauiptie ' triumph as ofcialinitlrUGtipr in sirieint at Cra^ * A243S- At a rainbow soars and "dit-. appears amid ttorm cluudti so contnudnK emotions ol love and hate minelc in this wonderful recording pl ths 'Boston Opera artiMs. ^ 49259--$1.50 Tl�r� la � ColumbU Gn'on^ in every Y.M.C. A. and Knl�M� o(Coli|inbu* Army Hill, fmi �oiM record* to yeur soldier. 'i9ccr Stfadle sindtf The onVTBirtterfl/wcord of the only Japanese EVima donna . Madame Miura, the only Japanese in grand opera, now' sinits exclusively for Columbia. She has chosen for her.first "Butterfly*' record that most appealing melody, "One Fini pa," 9260-$1.50 ____song the soldiers are lineing everywhere. 'Writes one from Trance: "We sing it under' shell lire ns a kind of prayer-you ought to get it; then yoii will be singihsr it when I am," parnentos m Mozarts , "Marriage of Rgcuo**, When Barrientoi tings I tardar*' .you will hot t poor Figaro' i jealousy ars this cyqiiisite love ..-ch too tender and true imaginary lover Awon-recording of Mozart'l : beautiful aria. in contact with the air. If the air which tells ot intlamwation extending gredieiits 'having..TaJue'a iff^'tho treat- breathed in is pure, and it nose, into the post-hasal apace wher^'the ment ot catarrhlr^badlUopa, bronchial throat and.lungs are sound, the dark openings of the Eustachian,Tubes are affections, ^ - �j blood is at^once purified and passes located, and which Is accompanied by best grade PVt-of the lungs _In a bright red .catarrhl secretions, collected in the to obtain'; fn'T' *k]^h''^"*t."'2 '"'^ strength to 'posit-nasal space, where it is difficult ounce bottlesTjn" conc^n^'Sted form 5 ^2^^ J'i however, the air>to blow it out of the nose, or which are iab^Ued/Parinlnt-=-Double br^,thed lais bad, or lit the nose. up. When such conditions have be- Stwncth." Thei*'--$iie-o\�n;V9h'croft! ' ' ; Dronw TtirMV Male,-old-1, J, B. Rlrle., Female, old-1, J. B. Rlrle. Male, young-r'l, Rki^; i, A. W. Hamilton. .Female, y(fung-1, Rlrlo. > White Holland Turkey Female, old - 1 and i, Male, young, 1-A. Graham. / Toulouse Geese Gander, old, i; Uoose, old, 1 and 2; Gander, young, 1-Ulrle. V Pakin Duoka .  npake, old-1, Rlrle; 2. ricKelUir, Duck, old-1, and 2, McKellar.^ Indlah Runner Ducks >� ' . Drake, young, 1, Duck, young,-l n MpKollar. .... . i^^V''- A.O.V. DueHa i(|��e^to all paUB'of the aystem. i the side's of the throat. The germs are Advertiso'iu^nfc Ji'"irS- TT- '.' l.Pwke, young, 1; �*Hck, youu|*4:r.WyWn^pn, Bdrabnton'' .; � " , / ,/�,  rtnfeaUa 'Father Finn and his Paulitt Choriitert, who were' decorated by the French Academy and concluded'a triumphant European tour by appearing before Pope Pius A, now record exclusively for Columbia. Their pure voices make music.truly sacred in "Feni Jtiu" and "JUt/ula Hate Dits." / A2449- 85c Remember that UiMt.Sf* enir  fl� Dumbert from the pleodid Columbia Cebnanr lift thai taisls over � records. Stw CofaiiUi* Hm?�rd� on SmU !* 20lH of. I- Emory in�m|A. COLUMBIA ORAPHOPHONE COMPANY, Toronto MwlUmlHliiiwor. Dmttwoika. THE KENNY & A'.LIN CO., LIMITED Next to Dallas Hotel. Phone 1487 The Drug-Book Stora Pigeons ' Pantails-Cock, 1. A. G.Crowe, ^Bd-monton; 2, and 3. Hingston, Calgary. Hen, 1 ond 3, Hingston; 2, Crowe. , ' Pouters-Cock, 1, Crowe;. Hen, 1, Crowe. Jacobins-Cook, 1 and 2, Wilkinson, Edmonton; 3, R. Harvey, City. Hen, 1 and 2, Wilkinson; 3, J. Masson.' Tumblers, muffed-Cock, 1. H. P. Roberts, Calgary; 2, and 3, Hingston. Hen, 1, Roberts; 2 and 3, Hingston, Tumblers, Clear Legged-CockV 1, Roberts; 2, Hingston; 8, Masson. Hen, 1, Hingston; 2, Crowe; 3, Roberts, Barbs-Cook, 1, Crowe; 2, Wilkinson; 3, Hingston. Hen, 1, Wilkinson. Trumpeters-Cock, 1, Wilkinson; 2 and 3 Hingston. , ,, \ ' / Magpies > " Cook, 1, Hingston; 2 and 3,-Crowe. Hen; 1 and 2, Hingston; 3, Crowes ...... , Owls . ' � ' � Cock, 1 and 3, Hingston; 2. Cro^e. Hen, 1, Hingston;. ?, Crowe;'3, Roberts. Nuns , Cock 1, Hen 1-Crowe, , Swallows Cock, Ihnd 2, Wilklnsor.; 3, Kingston. Hon, 1 and 2, Wilkinson; 3, Hingston, Turblts ' Cook. 1 and 3, Kingston; 2, Crowe, Hen, 1 and 2, Hinijston; ,3, Crowe.. Archangels  Cock, 1, Crowe; 2, Hingston; 3, Hua-ter. Hen, 1. Crowe; 2; Hingston';. 3, Hunter. ,. 'Dragons �, Cock, 1, 2, 3, Hingston.'and ;ji,Hine8ton; 3, Roberts,, ' ' / -  1 � Homers Exli^lb|tiqn:. . i ^, � Cock^ 1, Crpwo; �'3 and 3, Ilingstou. Hen.l and 2, Hingston. Red Chequered Working Homer. Cock, 1, hingston; 2.�Wilkinson; 3, 'Roberts; Ken, 1, Hingston; 2, Rob-ertsj. 3,VR. Hall. . Blue Chequered Weirkirig Homer Cook, i,'Hingston; 2;-Hall; 3,'Mas-son. Hen, 1, Hingston; 2, Hull; 3, Masson, � Blue Bar Working Homer Cdck, 1, Hingston; 2 and 3, Mas-son. Hen, 1, Hingston, 2 and 3, Mas-son. ' � � �' .  A. O. C. Homer Cock, 1,'. Roberts; 2.. Hingston; 3, Wilkinson. Hen, 1 and 2, Hingston; 3, Roberts. I A.O.V. Pigeon [ Cock, ], Hingston; 2 wan. , Medium Eggs' ' 1 and 2, F. Senior; 3, 8. N. Dale. White Eggs 1, S, N.-pale. CONTROL OF TIMBER . 4()aNTINt7KO phom FnONT , PaOSI . Only a''Just:Peaca'"': potrograd, Jan. 10.-M. Trotalty, ithe,j Bolshevlkl toreign nthdister, who' ,'ls Russia's chief delegate to the;, Brest- ' LItovsk peace conference, has' sent an, energetic protest against the dlstijf.; M4R of'the minutes or>therog|:am the word'p0kce/v but at the. same tlinei;hBa,undertaken the obligation tp 8ign;only;ti Just and. demo^rfitlo i>eacc|." He saya that only the first halt of the pbraiie is oltsd iu the mm ;