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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1920 THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THIRTEEN Lethbridge Poultymen Made Big Wins at Calgary Show About'130 birds vent to the Cal- Kir? ifcow from Lethbridge on Monday and will return today with at least of them In the money, at the larg- provincial show in the west. The tta clers 'proved that they have birds that are good enough to go op -agaiaat the best than can be tot. Fallowing are the results up to reports: Aninw (White Lang- lit. 2nd. hen: '1st. cockerel; Ht, 2nd, pallets, (white 2nd, Tom; 2nd, Youg Tom; 2nd, Old R, Toung Hen. T. Comb An- C. Wyandottes) 2nd, Cock; 4th, Pullet; 2nd, Columbian Rock Pullet. (Butt 8lh. Hsu; 1st, 8tb, 2nd, 2nd, pplarvd fluiTirioia, is nil ill thoe wtxt fafiaci SEAL BRAND 1st, Pen: 3rd, Cock; 4th, 5th Cockerel; 2nd, 3rd, Hen; 1st, 3rd, llth Pullet. Special for best pullet; for best pen; special for best display H. Qnmh Ancnnsa! 1st, Cock; 8th, 9th, 10th, Pullet; 8th llth, Cockerel; H., Hen; 2nd, Peu. H. Comb An 2nd, Cockerel, lii a class of 41 birds. B. (Columbia let Sprtj.Cockerel; Hen; 2nd. 5th, Pullets.. best Columbia Wyandottes. for beet display Columbia dottes. {White Rose Comb 1st, Cock; 1st, Hen! 1st, PnlleL. G. Wyandottes) 1st. Hen, 4th, Cockerel; 1st, 3rd, Fil- lets. Westbrook Birred Hen; 4th, Cockerel; 1st, 7ih; Pullet.1 (Dark Barred 2nd, 4th, Cocks; 4th, Hen; -4th, Cockerel; 2nd, 3rd, 6th, Pullet; 6th, Pen. (Black Rose Comb 1st, Cock; 1st, 2nd, Hen; 1st, 3rd, Pullet; lat, Cockerel. L.' 1st, Pullet; 2nd, Cockerel. Game Ban- let. Cock; 1st, 2nd, 1st, Cockerel; 1st, 2nd, 3rd, Pullets; 1st, brown red hen; 1st, brown red cock- Pullet. Special for best bird in class (100 in Special for best young bird. Special for best male bird. Spe- cial for best pair young birds, P. C. Brahma Jst. 2nd, Cocks; 1st, !nd, let, Cockerel; 1st, 2nd, Pullets. Special (or best bird in class. Special tor best 'display. The officers of the show were: M. Baker, Calgary; Orst vice-president, W. A. Moore, Me- dicine Hat; second vice president, j Weslbrpok, Lethbridge; secretary- treasurer. P. J. Tlinins, 1618 Four- teenth avenue west, .G.iH. R. AVilsou. Drumheller- J. Special Snackleion, C. Graham Wyan- Lettbrldee; H.' C. Hal; W. J. Hfngston, Qeden; H. K Byers, Ked Deer; R. A. Gulliver, Slet _. _. lerj. W.'F. Hussell, Taber; Lind VulcanJ.C. D. win, '.The, Judges were: R. 'London, O'ntJ; Shackle- J. Haden, Calgary; J. T. YV'eslbrcbk; 1. GOING TO CALIFORNIA IN WINTER MONTHS bill will be the appearance of Oil and Hazel In "Knobby Knees." their original laughable en- semble of Nonsense, Music and Danc- ing. This is a bright, breezy act that will win favor. Ralph Maddison, "the singing miner" will present Ms singing scenic novelty act. Maddfson is .a rare personality, and Is possessed of a wonderful slag- ing voice. Jim and Helen Myre. promoters of laughs, are a sura fire team ot singers and dancers who score an Instantan. eous hit'with'their audiences. A wealth'of new songs aud dances and a fine lino of comedy will make them popular. Tho hie novelty acf on the bill will be the appearance ot Tracy and Duckle, In an elaborate cartooning act. Their drawings from Hfblot peo- ple in the audience are executed with a swiftness and accuracy that Is mar- velous. "His a stunning melodrama featuring June Elvldge will top. the photoplay end of the pro- gram. Other items ot interest on the bill will be thiB.ishowInss 'of tho first Prizroa na'tnraJV color photography motion pictures, and some good com- edies; i 'i; i i Beresford's Jazz boys will otter some flr.o orchestral 'music. Three performonica (tally, at 2.30, 7 and 9 will .be given on Monday and Tuesday. J-. only through the Unking lip of Can- ada into one great circuit, under the direction of the Trans-Canada Thea- Limited, whoso policy it is to give Canadians a generous supply of the principal successes o! the English, staee. Mr. Whyte's revival of "San Toy" has been made on an elaborate scale ahtl no expense has been spared to make It the outstanding feature of an unusually promising 'theatrical season hen.''Silver cup for best (Rose Comb H. I. Reds) 3rd, Cock; 1st, 3rd, 4th, Pullet; R., Hen; 3rd, Cockerel; 1st, .Pen. Specials on Rose Combs'hot placed up1 to time of going to press. 100 YEARS OLD "The kidneys plar a meet import- int part In closing premature old age and more injurious the poisons passing through, the kid- neys the sooner comes gays fl distinguished physician, who further advises all people who are past tlirty to, preserve the vitality of the kidneys..'andVfreo the blood from 'poisonous' elements, such as 1 uric: drink plenty of pure -ffate-S-sweat some every day .and (anti-uric acid) hefora meals. This "Amrrie? is put tip In tablet and'can b? .ohtalned; at almost any drug" store. For that backache. lumbago, 'rheunjatlsm, "rusty" joints, swollen or hands, due to uric acid in "Annric" qnlckly dissolves the nrie acid.' covered'by Drl Pierce of Buffalo, N. T. Send him lOc'lor trial pkf. An average of one "party a day has been leaving Lethbridge for California points during the pact two weeks, ac- cording to Alvlu D.! Wick, travelling passenger, agent of tha Southe'i-p'; Pac- ific Hallw.ay.i Mr.vWick reached Leth- bridge "this m.6rmng on a tour.of the west In tha Interests of California travel.; Passenger, business in the United States, he said is wonderfully heavy', desplte'of (he higher rates. Traffic to Los Angeles is booming and from Can- ada this traffic Is heavy. FronTCal- gary a good business. Is going south. .Mr. Wick's headquarters'are in Port- land. GREAT WEEK EN6 SHOW AT TIME TONIGHT HUNGRY BUT 'OARENTEAT IN THE WOOD" AT MAJESTIC TONIQHT P. Stuart Whyte's flftli annual Kng- Ish pantomime, "Babes iu tW Wood" will be the attraction at the Majes- ;lc tonight.- Llltlo Miss DoroHiy Mackay, (he eleven-year-old star of Red 'Riding Hood, has been brought back to Can labes. She will be supported company of seven jatenUe ranging lu age Irom twelve to fifteen. and twenty-five adults selected 'from among the foremost pantomime plar- era el England. Mr. Whyte has prepared gorgeous production of the .piece and brought out a company which promUil.to sur- pass anything he bias yet ada again and will play oue of the in tha pantomims line. "Rape's Diapepsin' eat favorite foods without fear and The splendid week 'end show trill be.showti forlthe last times tonight at the Colonial On the bill will be seen EdUh Roberts In "The Adorable a of .the tropics. Jack bempaey in "Dare- devil fine Vitagraph comedy, "Pipe Dreams and Prizes." Your meals hit backkYpur stomach is sour, acid, gassy and you feel bloat- ed after eating, or you have heavy lumps of Indigestion pain or head- ache, but never mind. Here is In- stant relief. Don't stay upset! Eat a tablet of Pape's Diapepsin and immediately the indigestion, gases, acidity and. all stomach, distress: caused by acidity ends.' Pane's Diapepsin tablets are the surest. Quickest'stomach relievers in world. They cost very little at drug stores. Sale of Waists We have just received large and very beautiful assortment of Silk Georgette Blouses in all the most lovely shades, braided, beaded and embroidered. .These are travellers' samples and are going at less than cost price. I also sell all my large stock of Winter Hals al Half Price MRS. McMEEKIN 318 13th STREET NORTH Birons Here Bowlers'from Barons .will-play a special match' at the Dominion Alleys here on Monday. They will meet a picked team from Lethbridge. SAN TOY, MONDAY AND TUESDAY A theatrical offering of more than Gsual Interest is the F. Stuart Whyte importation of tho famous London Gaiety which comes the.Majestic theatre for two night, Monday and Tuesday, Nov. 29 and 30 J This Is undoubtedly the biggest mus- ical attraction, ever brought: to this country from England and its presen- tation here has-been made possible The Finest and Purest Tea Sold There is genuine and unmistakeabie pleasure in its daily use. Black Green 1 Try a packet from your grocer, or Mixed but be sure it's "Salada'Y BB1, IN THE MATTER OF A. C. VANDERWILT .TRADING AS "THE MONARCH TRADING ASSIGNED VFRANK WADDINGTQN favored with Instructions, from THE BRITISH CANADIAN TRUST COMPANY, AUTHORIZED TRUSTEE, to sell by public and without reserve the STOCK IN TRADE pf the' above THE SALE TO TAKE PLACE ON THE STORE PREMISES MONARCH, ALBERTA ON FRIDAY NEXT. DECEMBER 3rd "and continuing on Saturday 4th, and commencing each day at 11 o'clock a.m. The stock includes a complete line of Groceries AND A.CONSIDERABLE STOCK OF HARDWARE; PAINTS, ETC. Also a small stock of DRY GOODS and OVER- ALLS, BOOTS and SHOES, MITTS, RUBBERS, '.and a small line of'DRUGS FARMERS and'the public generally.of the dlitrlct will find In auction an excellent chance to defeat the H. L. and ithould take opportunity thus afforded them of stocking up on GROCERIES and al auction 'prices, it will pay you to travel miles to attend thlt Important BIQ BARGAINS Will be the order 6f the day, AUCTIONEER'S want to tee a big attendance at tale I recommended holding the auction at Monarch order to Blve the people of the district a chance to secure hargalnt. Take advantage of the arrangement by attending In FRANK WAD.DINGTON TERMS OF SAUE-STRICTLY CASH and 4Don t Ever Marry' Big Attraction At Empress, Monday Jlaraiall Neilan'o Firet Tv'atiotial Mirthqtiake "Don't Brer Maro" "will attraction at the Empress on Monday f Don't Ever Marry" was the In junction gften Joe Benson just three hours before he was secretly wed 'to the girl of his choice. "Troubles.al- ways start with marriage" was "the rest ot the warning, apd within 12 nours after his wedding Joe had ac- cumulated enough to last an average man through life time. "Don't the title .of the latest Marshall Netian production Mhich tells the funny fascinating story of the troubles .which Joe Ben- son ran into by marrying. Tonight for the last lime will be shown Wallace Reid in "Wnat's Your and other" attractions, in- cluding a Sunshine comedy, "Hungry Lions and Tender Hearts." The Liver Is the Road to Health If the liver right the whole system b better off. liver Flits amken your sluggish, dogged- dp liver New or which shall it be? tion, stomach trouble, inac- tive bgwtli, kssof appe- acheandI d.rrinent'Purely vegetabU. Voujwedthem. Small T'HERE ARE many ways to. test a. Phonograph' before you The choice is now or OLD. You CAN find out just how the Brunswick differs'from the Phono- graphs of ;a'few years ago. You CAN find' buti whether the tone of the Brunswick is whether ot; hbtjit makes any good records BETTER. Before you buy any'Phonographi find out the shape of the "tone or horn. tin or VfOflAl TUPENDOUS SPECTACLE 'THE AWAKENIPJG OF A NATION" AT COLONIAL WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY NEXT. Keep'THia Bottle at Home beet CatmU but "ABSORMNE JR-n ie UM on ftnd.open vomoe, to prtrent tafcctkw AbsorbmeJ- it is'an .unileniahle'fact that among he wealth of motion pictures produc- d during ,the past ,few but 'a ew attain fame sufficient tb.llnger; for ver of those 'who ee them. -This fact is, apparent, by ,mention a trl- tnphs of the. cliieina. art .whosje amesi are. witness The Birth of a Quo and. mpro lat'terly "The .waXenlng of a'Nation.1.' The" former hree; are. firmly .ea'rts'and minds of millions ilo the world oVer. It has been stat- cl by authorities that It Is1 the h 1s- orlcal nature .'of their subject matter, and "the fact that they are but pllcas of actual of na- lonal Importance. The latter subject mentioned, "The Awakening ot a is possibly he least known of the four In Can- iiia, for the reason that It Is now icing presented' for tho first ttmes In Canada, after having met with irecenuenteJ 'success in the British slos for tho past four years. "Tho Awakening of a Nation" IB a sanoramic Inch Brlt; sli to the core, dealing witli events in the Empire's history during the past 5fty years. It Is overwhelming In It's dramatic a'ppeal. The spectator, taken In a series of rivid scenes and episodes from the days of Dlsvaell right down, to the terrible anil-climax lo the Great mysterious dis- appearance of Kitchener, Orcr fltty thousand people .appear in tho spcclflcle, which Is screpred in eight reels. "Thft -AwakeninK of a Nation" will be shown at tho Colonial theatre on Wednesday and Thursday next. -and- ItrmbM M b. 41 W. F. IK; tnwi this Is Bitttr Thai :tautives Hlil Hit OMIM UMMW TnrH. Poor digestion and' assimilation mean ft poorly nourished body -nnd low vitality, poor elimination means clogeed bowels, fermentation, putrl- factlon and the formation of poisonous gages which fire absorbed tor tbe blood and carried through the body. Tha result fa weakness, headacnes, dizziness, cMted lonfue, Inactive hvcr, tnious attacks, loss of eiiewy, nerv- ou.incss, poor- appetite, Impoverished blood, sallow Complexion, pimples, fixln disease aaS seiloua 111- Ordinary purm and ca- oils, calomel and Vao relieve- for a lew hours, but real, lasting benclU can onl? coma through use of ncdlclno thet (ones up and strengthens-the digestive- as (let A 255 box of Nature! Remedy Tablets) and take one tablet each night for a week; .Belief will follow the vety first .dose, few days Can you understand every word of a song that you have never heard before? Can it say about the.soprano's high notes? Does a Brass Band sound like a Brass Band or like an Orchestra? Can you tell a harp, from a piano? Doesthe scratching, of the stylus or jewel point distract your atten-: tion from the, music? Does it annoy you? Does every make of Victor, 'Columbia, Edison, the correct needle, the correct position, the'cor- rect weight? Can these things be adjusted? Do you have to take-, soiriething off or put something on in'order to play, different makes: of records? Your own ears will decide for the Brunswick', which' is gjie only pho-. nograph possessing these two exclusive inventions, j-" TheUltona piays all makes of records. exactly as they should be played. By.a mere twlrt of the wrist the. Ultona Is Instantly adjusted to play any make of record wfth the proper dia- phragm, the correct needle, the exact .Weight. Nothing to take off or put to change. And It actually, does make your records'last longer, I All-wood Oval Horn Trill elapse bofora you and rcaluo tho.fullest, When you get QREAT "HIP" VAUDEVILLE SHOW AT THE COLONIAL MONDAY AND TUESDAY Following last week's flue vaucle- vlll6 show which made many friends for both tho Col6rilal Theatre and tho Hippodrome Vaudeville xgcr Len Drown has another big spec. lal lined up for >londay. and ,j.: The hdadliai iitrcttlon on the and feel Just .._. yoa need not take-raedlclna every occasional KB Tablet win then keep your.xyitem In good court H ion and you Mil alwm feel your best BemeniMrra cold, guaranteed and recotamended Ijrouf druijUt, J. O. Hlalnbothirn Co., Ltd., Pfugolrta, built like a violin. .Its pval shape and entire freedom from metal solve an old problem In acoustics by allowing tone waves to unfold In a way that mellow and, above all, natural, GET A in. out! Use your own own own judgment. Hear the Brunswick NOW. A small paym'ent on your Brunswick will reserve it for delivery Christmas Eve, so you will have music in your home on Christmas Day. Armstrong Raworth 324 5th Street South, Lethbridge, Exclusive Dealers for Brunswick Pho- and Records. The Musical Mdse. Sales Co., Sole Canadian 143 Portage Are. E., Winnipeg. ;