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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 10 THE LETTIBRIDGT: DAILY HERALD. Wednesday, -June 25.1913 Because He No Longer Sutlers With Headaches O.ST. Mayor Sledmau and Aid. Mc- Donnell Will try to Market Them Meeting of the Council e u-th V-sl !o' U.if Ijri.ijiil-.tS e-'-sirr at. IIH afs- Jijs. in a I ai t-'ica i a'.oaji-. pcor d .1 rfv i iction r 1 b '.IT Mr f riy 1 had brccde tbia ura'- frora Htadacaa rol or.1 1 beta of aU c.-.vf' HtlUrhrs. but TV.V :s R-d !trR7 COSNEIi TsVe a bos, 6 H [t fiora Fruil-a-tivca Liiri'.ed, Ottawa. to ire tlf lull rcuni piue for Ibe bonds nill hf I set bui mil hr leji a afioi the sale is touipieted. i No lo Spare tt B Oir vas at Ihe meellr? and finlcdunej Indue the oonm-ll 10 ;li'. i a pase atl'.ertiseroenl in i rr ib lul'Iishine 'Ibis book Kill itile the IMIH of i directory and ite in ill tte C R. hotels. JLII- :i-'lr.e furerjl bat ike liflurtu mon- 1 held ,v th? louiK'il tuir.ed the tsM.ii v'iittiiic ch'jub al 'posmwi. as Ihe; thtwslit better use, IB thf'f batd iiu.es An fflrr nlidebv a moving pir-i lure to rent !fce town as 3 iLeatrc. but l'ie rouneil. cot sintii to ei.ter into unipeliticn other l.ial pii'tare ho.vses, turned it down I Ol? lo Pee At v-felM.? of the I'.nasce com- h'ld en T'.Hday morning, il vvas decided that Mi} or Stedman and U C, MicUont.rll. duirinia nf this lonmiillee. should take a trip east to sell the town's tor.ds. i-jej, ard U3S vpry tie .it the lint at ftj.e uas conduct- j Kjther IMillc. dfvc-raieJ ite iMsle'., and' tie pjllbtirns wire: K. Kyan, K. Mulonon. M. 1'. J. lial- J- Wili'J W- l VISITORS TO THE FAIR WILL HAVE A SPLENDID MENU lolloped the; Meet held in -m an ei" ,k, ,s .and tbe i for ,rn '.Mil! trauiiCtei. et ci the cu Deputy M.nur. ten fore some to "I'ororto and otbrr cen- j 1 tres m Il.e east, thry svill visit Fpo-1 Ikace and ihe coast cities. Ireasuier K. K. Hlui :i. Hilinos'.on last week, air.insui; I'nr li-e lalidilia? of the tirbe.TtJrr-, ainenced, leporl- cd to -e that eveiythinj; bonds Koilonnig this, a gen- o: tho town's llr.anc- Ci, tl.e coi.'li'.ion ol the iison- ,er relaihe sub- are tlotr U Bailile, wa? loujh to brca'i his collar bone on louday nsgiil and is now in the hos- ital Bail'.ie clipped and fell n the stairs leadme up io G. H As far as meats, are concerned if citizens let us supply them with the choicest fresh-killed Southern Alberta grown .meats for dinner. We would especially recom- mend cooks to get some of our extra choice spring lamb It is hard to get the quality we have secured for fair week Housekeepers Need Not Cook The Marked Acrirultural Society 1 standing Meats for lunch. We have a tempting array of cooked meats and sausages that your guests will eat and enjoy ran'e for the lectures and clm'cs i ;bv U'lin is the con-, "iel close Jui> 1st. "ro'u.hon ite Lu-.t-tiou ci nitration plant I The ball between the teams For ne tlrr.e in its history, the Ue desire lo slarl vvurl trt-rrser-tirg tne Hudson s Bay store of this rr.eeliw rn tl-e r.eu- inunuipal buitd-.and Orton called on tomght ori, an v-rp.> section. Dr. Ho Jin, and other propc-scJ implements, aicount cl the Don-appearince of Ihe i-d Tire of .Miifircal. will be chair-j tte ior nhirh will totil'.latter teara :rraM> niii.i.no vcar. but so iar brcn helii up on ar-ount I GEORGE A. DELANY 4th Avenue South Phone 452 NEW BISHOP 'CONSECRATED' KiiiiEto'r.. Ont. June' Dr so lar nrcn helii up on ar- ount l y. inrr U.e iliCtc'Jlu- in the UULL Jisn.al !AilEr sev- t-rat bv the diflernnt covm- s'liuns bv the diflerpnt couri- J. wp-s conrerraied uliuis, Major Sirdtnan was, on mo- Bishop cmpoucTed to try and the Oatario thU morning 'Ihe fa'hedral sajc n( the loan's deljenmres himself. crovrdej for the impressive cere-jug aheady bad considerable cor- jiony. Man? ihe notable dieniiar- -tpspondfiice tro.Ti trust. in lea of the Church San in this toni.ecticn. A AS mun mm SHOW IN CONVINCING MANNER SUPERIORITY OF 1913 OVER 1912 Dutini the past Uo 4S inch- es of -.taier has been to the j ahead} abundant supply, Tht5 brings 'the tolal to date itom January 1st j io 6 '22, nearly as much as felt dur- the whole year of 1910. The total for the same period last year was lonl) 1-10. the increase 2-12. I For the month of Jiuie last year, i up to and including the -Uh, the precipitation was .71, .this year it' has 2 60. A quantity of fell after'ihe'2Ub last however ft HI tie remeinhered, ttd jcrops in nian> districts loo fa igone to ne while others we'ri 'rarrifd fnto the iroat" period telor maturing.- This year the raics caul at Ihe ps.ichoIogLca! momeui, and ev ery farmer in Soulhera Alberta ha a strone psyciiological hunch that the harvest nn record, is in store following are the prite ers in the poultrv claEEes. 10 (ar >s udjed yesterday: BRAHMA Cock, M. C, Wallice, Cal- gary; Sim r lien, C. Wallace. garj: J- H. WarriBglon, nL r U'J- H. Warringlon. .1. K. Varrlnitoo. Hocic. P- i F- 2, P. ft r. King Hen, P. t F. Ktas, City, Sam Cltr- f-ocierel, G. Spent-, cuy- Pullet, A. G. City. COCHIN blicl! or J. H War. ringtoQ. "Hen. black or J. H. War- rington. Cort, partridse-l, J. H. Warrinp- ton. Pullet, J. H. Warring- Oven Results From A Gurney-Oxford Range The value of 3 stove to a is measured by the successful results in cooking obtained the oven. With this primary object in view, stove experts have invented means of ab- solute control over the distribution of hcst to every part of the range. The Gurr.ey-Oxford is constructed with a Divided Flue that carries the heat to the back of the stove through two different divisions. By this scientific arrangement the two back lids of the stove are given equal cooking value and the oven is thoroughly surrounded by a steady even heat. With a Gurney-Oxford, it is never neces- sary to open the oven door several times dur- ing the baking of a pan of biscuits to turn 1 them around next the heat. 1 Biscuits, pastry, cake, or bread all bake evenly, rise evenly, and brown evenly without any atten- tion whatever frcm the cook. A simple device aptly called the Economizer regulates the exact temperature of the oven by moving a small lever around a series of six notches. A woman soon learns the impor- tant' value of edOi notch, one ot which im- mediately checks the hottest fire and keeps it low until she requires it i A wonderful cooking reputation is made and lived up to through a Gurney-Oxford C. W. GRAY '310-5th St.S. Phone 761 lfor them. Uospitc the lato fall, crops Ure better at the present time, than i erer before, and the present i rapid growth early ma- Urit) is A numhfr of farmers ar.d stockmen. by tlte Herald i loclay, state that they feel very much ouratcd over the prospects, and i the ranchns all claim lhat Ihe range i is in nonderfully hetter conditioc jlhan ior many years, and many ate fa'leiing stc.clc for on the %erilanl and nourishing" pratnes. LANGSHAN Hen. J. H. Wirrlngton: DORKING Cock_l aod 2. J. H. Vanlnjlen. J. H. Warringlon-, 2, J. Benton, Cockerel-1 and 2, H Warring- ton. and J..H. Warrington. ORPINGTON Cock. UacX-1. J. H. Warrlnjton; 2. W. A. Ott. City. Hen. bljcli-l. W. A. Oil, CUs; 2. J H. Warringlon. Cocli, 1. WestbrooH City: 1, .T. H. Warrlngton. Hen. Bios., City. French A. O. V. and 2. H. Trench A. O. V. and C, H. Warrington. PLYMOUTH ROCKS Cock. F. 2, J. H. Warrington. K. B. Cole, VancoJ- ier{ f, IVSenlor. Citr. and S.1 Ha> ward. Pulkt. and 2. S. Cock, 1 and J.'lt. War rington. Hen. J. Blair. Granum i. H. Warrlngloa., WYANDOTTES Cock, tiher J. Benton City; 2. B. B. Cole. Hen. silver and Den ton. City. Cockerel, silver J. H. Wa rington Pullet, silver and 2, J. H Wellington. Cere1.-, golden J. H. Wa rington; 2, J. H. Emmerion, City. Warringlon: 2, J. H. E 1 Bros and 2, 'Wasibrook IIO.OCO SPENT-. FOR PURPOSE OF ENTERTAINING KING AND QUEEN BV LORD DERBY I.or.rlon. For What has been trough announced as the mualc- ball "command" performance at Hall, on July 7tb, wben Cockerel, A. G. Spsnre, 2. A. H. Clly.' .Pullet, H: -Wiener, Citv; t, A. G. Spence, City. MINORCA S.-C, J. K.-Warrlns- Ion; 2 A Graham. City. S. C.. ben. Graham, 2, ,1 H. 11. C, coclt, King, City; 2 E B. Cole. Vancouver. 'R. C. hen, King, City; 2. A.-0. Spence, City; 3, W, C. Nor- iraan, Cltj. merson. CocV. P. F. King; 2, H. Warrington Hi-n. J. H. P. ft P. King Cockerel, and 2, P. King. Pullet, and P. ft r. Kin Code, my and 2, ton. Hen, any and 2, Wamn Jma and 1, Warrington. RHODE ISLAND REDS Cock, R. J Blair. Oranura; 2, T. A. Coi. Brentford, Hen. R. and 2, T. A Col, Brantlonl. Onl. Cockerel, R. and 2, S. Hay. City. Pullet, R. i, S. Kaywird, Cockerel, Warringloo. Pullet, Wa'rrlnston. Coek, Warrington. Hen, and Warrinston Pullet, Warrington. RED CAPS J. H. Warricgton. J. H. Warrlnglou. HAMBURGS Cock, and 2, Warringlon. Hen. and 2, Cockerel, and 2, Warriog- Pullet, 1 and 2, Warrington. Cock, Warrington. Hen, and 2, Warring- Lord Derby the KJng and at neat during Ihe-lr majesties Tisll lo Ihe. country, A special theatre ha l ar.rt 2, Warrlnsion. Cockerel, any other standard A. 0. Spenre. Pullel, an> olhtr standard variety and 2, A. O. Spence. BANTAMS Ccc-V, Warrington Hen, booled, and 2, War Lngton. Coclt, R C., Wsrrlngtoa; 2, Westhroox Bros. Hen, B. C-., WsTrrajton; 3. Shedden Hajell. City, r, Cock, same >nd ton. Hen, game, Warrinjtoa; 3, E Klrkbam, Raymond. Cock, gicne, any othar Warrington. Hen. same. A O. Warrington Cock, cochin Warring- on. Hen, cochin Wrrrlag- on. Coci. R. C. Worbroek Brof 2. Warrlngton Hen. R. C, Wirrlngtmr, 2, Weslbrook Cock, golden and J. Blair. Qrinura Hen, jolden Jas. Blair; 3. WarrinRton Coek. sllvw Warring- Westbrook Hen, illver W.rrtng- 2. WestbroS Brof. -Cock, Warricitoa; t, Jones Hen, Wsrrtcgton; Bim Jonei. Cock, ornamental, any olhe-r variely Warrington. Hen, ornamental, any othtr tariety Warrington. ANCONAI Warrington Warrington; i, Slalr, ranum. and 2, Wsrrlniton. and 2, GUINEA FOWL First and second. Warrlnstos. GOOD PROSPECTS IN NORTH Kdmonton. Jun? prospects are for a bountiful crop through this recllon. There'have been [ul rains, which hart soaXtd the Earth, and which haVe made tbe grow- ing grain attain an unusual size (or this season of the year. Satisfactory crops are also reported from Strathcona section, although rain welcome. ll no suffering for moliturB In the La- combe district. This Week's Corns s Gone Next of Them Thii neeV, S50.000 corns will be re- moved with Blue-jay. So every iveet. This Invention novr 13 ontllng a million corns a month. who para >ou who daub them, yo-.i who (till ancient Apply a Blue-jay and the pain will end at onco. In two I'ko the nil. The corn will he loosened. Simply lift it out. There'll be no or soreness. You will never corn again, rfiherfi may come If you still pitch ynur feet. Bol corn (4 ended fdraver. Voi can lhl< with pustcr, in twu A la pltl-Jln ll Ihe loll ft B II IOOKOI II" tilt, C around lid lae 11 In iinnirfd DUnibbtr Rdbeilve lofnteo IIM Blue-jay Corn Plasters Alio i. Black, ;