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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PATUKDAY, JANUARY 24, 1911 THE LETHUR1DGE UAU-T HERALD PAGE NINE Cajrialn On Great Lakes Rsslctel To Heallb BI "Fruil-Mim" Tor thirty Jtiis, Capliin Swin lowed the riih me. of appetite ami indigestion was hrouj-blon hyCotisiipalion. I hare had wilh Ihtsc iliseiEcs for I lost a. deal of flesh and suffered constantly. _ last cosipleof years, I have taten and liave Iwca so pleaiC'l wilh the rw.iUa lliit I linvf thent OM many ficus 1o fricmii And sctiujm'Ur.ces. I sin sure have uit Py followiuglhedietrjlu "Vnii'.-a-thes" according to directions, any person with dyspepsTi jj. SWAN' "I'ruil-MlvM" are told nil dealers nt50cabov. or trial size25c. or sent on receipt of price bj Fruit-i tiTcs Ottawa. I'aris, Jan. weather experienced htre during the past four wesJrs which shows ni figns ot abating, has caused the price ct food In to rise enormously. Potatoes bring nearly doiible thei value, while Iresli cos from (our to six tirces regular prices OU! inljahitanta recall the siege prir cs. llaihvaj1 communication is inter rujitcd by snow wMc-h is from iwo to four feet deep in sonic places. in PERCY KING REPLIES TO BRIGGS 'o the Editor LethbrJdge Herald: 1 trust that you be able to pub- Ish the following letter. I must plead to Uils being my second offence tad ihink proablx 1 shall be. able o cover the criticisms of Mr. Hrlggs without troubling you again. I l the column donated to Slacleod news, either our worthy friend sharpening up his hlerarr axe to con- luuo Uhc war upon ilia 'oulirj' asaoclallon nod 1 am plea 0 think thai not have to wait icry loug in suspicion lor our friends reat literao' effoiL I do not know who accused the Judge of favoritism, but n a I u rally look upon Mr. Hri as the source of tbo first attack ujion ;he 1-elhbrMgc Poultry Association, that It was in the columns the Daily Herald.which'was demoted to Macleod news. I do not ueay any IbEng 1 said at regards my opinion of cockerels lu fluff WyaadotteE, my opinion wsa ovldently very much wroug. 1 was net paid to -give ra) opinion and gave It the birds appeared to as they'poeet themselves in the coops. Had T li any that my opinion was to be taken In preference to the judges 1 Ehould Tiare simrdecl egaln giving nny opinion aS It Is Imposil for an eihlblldr or.an iDtorested per to give an uubttfted opinion Inae much as they arc uied to ae the tyye of bird .bred by them they at times think aba Judge hi made a mtatike. Agafn. ]t Is fmpos to say what place a bird shouli haire unless one the bird, and poses them. This t did not d ihlns r.ftar It. anil then some---------tut every- to rnako it fin.J Tor join. I lo'.il ray uunbtr; BOOSTER SAYS IT WILI, BE A HUMMER INSIDE OF A YEAR Cuilrura Oinmmt kcd we cot bot fm- mCi1 La'.cJj- and Lamlijed uji hrr foot and TKO a [ipUcat loni nia.Je q'Jlla A dlf- latnco kept on It and In a llmo htr tfg ar.'i foot were curtvl: (d'eaodj MIM L. PirU, May 17, 101J. .TO REMOVE DANDRUFF 'Pntcnt dry. thin and falJirs hair, alfay Itch- Ins ind Irritation, and Ofe growth bcauijr i.f the hair, frequent shampoos irllh Cullcura Soap, by ixviilcuU dnsshiRS are urn- ally -efrecflvo uLen other mntiuda tail. Cutlcxira Soap and Cutlcura Oictnent on) sold by drugRblj di-ilera Artnglesnlsottensunc'.erit. Fore liberal uropSe of each, ulth 32-p. book, send post-card to Potter Drag C'fctm. Dept- D, Boston, U.S. A, central anil southern'.Fnir.cc, the'.tcrn-. pcraturo ranges froin ten to trienty "degrees below freezing. ME iSCOURAGEB Mrs. Hamilton Telia How She Finally Found Health in Lydia E. Pmkham's Veg- etable Compound. 'Warren. was bothered ler- Tib'.y with fenialo weakness. and was no t regu !ar, my head ached ill the timefl haj Lear- ing down pains and my back hur t m e tho biggeal part of tho time, 1 wns dizzy and had weak feel- ings when I would stoop over, it hurt me to walk Any dis- tance and I and discouraged. "I began talcing Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and am now in hcfilth. Hit had not bcon for that malicim I would have been in my Kiavq along lime ABTIEE. HAMILTON, R.F.D. Nfo. 6. Warru, led. Another EJmond, U. write lo Wi you rnuch good your medicine hu dons ITIC and to let other women know that there is help for them. I suffered with licurfog down pp.ina, hcndachc, was ir- rcgulBrnnd felt Hue and dcjiresswj all the time.' I took Lydia E. TinMiarn's Vegetable Compound nnd commencodto gain in B sliort time find I am a well wo- man I'xJay, I am on my feet from early morning until Into at r.igbt honrdinghousc nnd rlonll my own work. I hopo that many suffering wdmcti wilt try your medicine. It makes happier wives and EamcnJ, Jthtxlo a friend of mine las [BIN! ray hirds were: lighter buff- than required, (thai Would also cover Mr, cockerel, Ei'.rainJ ami bearing ID mind that in y friend was tie 'foremost -breeder 'of Buff Wyandottes In Canada, I follow- ed his advice and brought a cockerel, Evidently I had been badly deceived En thinking my cockerels were just the right IbU much brighter and deeper tuff and the judges upheld his opinion as our other too light to pUase Mm. birds and after, all the Judge's opinion Is tlio main one wben It com RE to judg- ing jtho birds at any The code bird f was fortunate enough to secure was needed to replace cnc that died upon hid, return from Edmonton ex- hibition, htm In Canada, so hnd to deal (a the States. Not being" able to secure a cock blrJ of the strains I had already had 1 needed poiue females for breeding purposes which 1 aec-ured from the same place. One of these'-females was a pullet which was placed first at Lethbrldue. Thefe are several rea- sons which probably had better re- main out of print as to why" our win- ning pullets at CaTgary -wire not shown at Letlibridge. Ono" evidently haa to so from homo t ohetr tie cor- rect news as Mr. states that an Edmonton bird got away: with biuo ribbon. We secured a Cup for bent Huff Mlrendotte with a hen, Cup for beat cock, hen, cockerel and pul- let, also special prliss for- Buff Wyandolta cock and unlike our worthy Mncleod friend, we oil no envioun fyos upon ftny winnings which Mr. I'Ic'kerlrfg 61 Edmonton made ami would have been the flrcl to congrat- ulate htm had he premium honors hero. Mr. would no doubt confirm this as we congratulated him by mall upoV .beat- Ing- a cocX Wrd owned by an unbeaten record at Edmonton show, r miiftt profeaa ignorance as to Mr. Hrlggs' meaning r6 Jojinson Ilrcs., that Is the first time that f have heard of nny In (hat direction. Jiavo token the quenltona In .Mr. (slier In order and the next thing dealt with in number and lljr eggs; The epgs wore ordered by telegraph and shipped same day as order was received, 24th Marcb, 1913. In due time cnme a letter from Mr. lirlggs saying that he had nine (not five) cfalcia, would we make goad with more eggs aa we guaranteed fer- tile eggs, but esgB must be returner! for our Inspection. reeerred'o'jr right to have eggs returned aiiu ship- ped tc-n eggs (not nine) 23 soon aa we could. The eggs that Ve to Mr. BrJggs to make up for In- fprtUn oggs from first- class stocfc and one second best pen, but could- not haye poSelbly- shipped .'efegs from our first pen at thai. time. With theee additional. egg4 ten. in. number, and the nine chlcfcs he already bad, we thought we were giving A I ralue. As to quality, we or no breeder, livjaj guarftsise.1 rjuaHty-and yet, Mr. Brigga must cons Ider fa as some rery fiuality birds as fc WRB hold- ing one of the cockerels which was not rtacedi'at ten Add to thle the hirds which are now maturea, he places the value of the poorest one at ten dollars th'at the original of eggs, very Email and a capital Investment for ilr. Briggs. From the second eggs he had Mr. Uriggs sold obe.for one dollar, gave one away like a 'goiS" 'fellow aud baa- two oi Inferior quality left thta to the flret lot of Mr. I think will and has admitted. thAt.he was well satisfied. Thanks, Brother Driggs, for admitting you are experienced as Hrother King In ship- ping -fowls to exhibitions, so wilt try and give you a few pointers for future reference. It seems rather strange to our members that you did not coni- plnin to Mr, En: mersoti (the superin- tendent) personally the week follow? ing cur at Clareabolra. Had he packed your hirds so badly as .you" stato In your flrat letter It certainly reasonable to suppose th'at you would have mentioned it to him, hut did wo find you doing this? "No we did not" Not a word waB men- tioned. Upon the arrival of yoiir blrda at the exhibition building; the super- intendent a mistake had been made Judging by thn crate they were lu, as the craU looked more Itctlaiv. Alt a., Jan. lot of neighbors and fricmU called on Mr. and Jirsi.. Frank Thomas at their homo'.on .Jar last week and enjoyed a I'loasaut evening at cards. Allfcs Elsje Thomas, wi-o has eaet for Borne time has relumed and Es at.home with her parents nurlh- jBt of'-Rellaw. Mr.'M. Waddle has gone to North Dakota: to visit friends an-i will be gouo for. some lime. Mr. Frank Drodertcn gotio to uonhwest Iowa lo visit with relatives and frlcnfis. He win be Lack in time for spring seeding. Qlra. John UrOflTson vigited over Sunday -with hc-r i-areutfi near Het Jaw. hp wejf drillers dive found a good pb' ot water for Mr. Domcy nt a depth of 125 feet. An ordinary stock pump inafcee no on the There are SO feet of water. The lumber Is here for the new hotel. T.iie frame Is being raised and will soon be enclosed. The ne Restaurant hold is nearly completed, the second story being for Irtt rooms, McGregor Hardwftre company's new.slore, SOxSOxlG feet. Is enclosed. It-Is a fine, strong building. The butchers, MecEre. Campbell and White. built a ice houte oa their lot and will fill H with tee soon. Mr.-A. bought two lots just north of .George Cosper's this They beat all the old ideas -for improving soups and gravies Oxo Cuiies are easily assimilated nutriment, with all the strengthening properties of handy cube form. Soups, gravies, arid other dishes hitherto took hours to prepare, Oxo only a few minutes. flbsctf.ldy uniform in tiff, Jtrtugtk Oxt Cities inuntts ftr Jtiyif'f vittfh of thf ttnidgtry of Ar.d do thii. ir.d ir.ore. By OxpCubet to eittirt r.-jir.Cxent from oiher I rf a. t.kn CUBES week aod -will soon erect a dwelling on same. The United Fanners of Rcllaw lo- cal will build a new room soon. The money to pay for It Is subscribed. They want a place of thcSr own to tiold meetings In. Mr. Soulter has his barn and house finUhed-ani} Is now living In his oa-a homu. Ht-tlaw is growing fast, -bet vra still need a good stock of furniture. We aleo nepii a weekly paper; an exclu- sive Implement house; "a milliner and dressmaker: a lawyer and a board of trade, and we Tv'lll have to incorpor- ate soon. The.C. F. R. Eurvoyors are here now and are mnklns a final survey from Retlaw to Klpp. 75.000 tics are In the r.-cst part of town, If) here lie will occupy carloads 01 sieei rails and as many more care of spikes, bolts and plates for tills line, eo it looks verr much like u-c can soon get to Lcthbridge by aud when the Btioit line Irom SulTieid to Saskatoon U built then aro on the mainline of the Hudson Uay road. The salt of [own lots In Ret law con- tinue good, who buys late- ly starts to build at oncft, nnri when [let taw Is one year old It will bo a better town than the average live and six-rear -old town. Aaotiier good three Inches of stow on Sunday last will ndd to our mul- ture reserve for good crops in 191-J The rooms back of the drug store rooms. Mr. P. F. Williams of lied CHff business caller last Friday. He- came over on the mixed train, that comes tvtfnr Friday, and returned to Suffield the came day. The company has a dandy new coach for this train. and Ke hope the time Is not far dis- tant when It will cone every