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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGBTEN THE LETHBR1POB QAfcY HERALD DtposU of Magnetite Found Near Kurmis In Crow's Nest Looks Promising. not Is tbe object ol the tests now iu progress. Some Bofl Iron Wbila the prospect for ao Alberta lion industry is thus not as bright as It was hoped la some quarters It would bo, It Is slated that there are a number of smaH. deposits of bos Iron, commonly known as ochre. One sam- ple located last, rummer -.was found to couula high-grade material, aud Is hoped to prove of some economic value, There-Is also known to ejist in the, This Is bog Iron tn a solid form, but IU been proven, and there is iio "Information as yot la regard to its likely value, Prince of Wales Goes Fox Hunting DECEMBER 6, 1920 Busy Beavers Play Havoc; With Trees Oi Calgary Isle CALQARY, Alia.. have strippedJ bare of all bush and will be known In near future, when certain tests how under way have been completed, or not Alberta has commer- cial Iron deposits. Investigations that have been going on for some time past are at present drawing to a close, with the likely result that a report] will be made against the eilstcnco of iron in any considerable quantities ci- cepl'at one point. Deposits at Sheep Creek, near bio- toks-: which were supposed to be Im- portant, have been proven to be value-i. less, it Is stated by Prof. J A Mian 'trccs- 'I01 of tho r'Sht bank of who has been giving attention' to tho Prince's Island, in Calgary city, oppo- matter during tho past two years, but- Claire Lumber company's it Is thought that a deposit of'magne-' ani) ara still gnawing away near Burmls. In the Crows Nest each night In an endeavor may have It is ore from.lo slore UP enough food on the bottom this point lhat Is now being tested toiof lhe river. before it freezes up, to determine Its metallurgical character I fled on aurlnS the winter. So great Reports Proven Incorrect 'l? havoc being wrought on tho Tbo Btorles of billions ot toes of ore1 inland by Ihesn amphl- Tanning to twenty-nine per cent of blans ttlat manSEer of tho lumber metallic iron, which havo actually been ccmPa'i5" nis written to tho gama circulated and generally credited are .at Edmonton, asking him to absolutely without foundation, says a Permit for their extinction In Allan, so far as the Sheep Creek jfhis locality. field is concerned. Careful exarntna-' a" reporter visited the island tion of the'veliis ot ore in tint field lhe "6hl shore looked as though It have showu that there is not inors hal? by a barrage of heavy thin one and one-halt per coat. wltn exception lhat the Iron stumps presented a smoother appear- ance Hhan would from a visitation from brazen nosed titanium bnt'meiallurglsts who have 'ndlyidiials. All underbrush had been been consulted in the matter are of cut pfl at the.'gronnd as neatly ai corn the opinion that this Is not detrimental', stalks .and just as neatly a little to the smelting of the ore. To find ,way- fronl the "bank. -The re- out definitely whether this is so .or The ore from'the.Crows con- lalni; about five per cent, of oiida of ITIFFER 1H Use Soothing Musterole When those sharp pains ga shooting through your head, when your, skull seems as if it would split, just rub alittlc Musterole on your temples and neck. It draws out the inflammation, soothes away the gtvingquickrelief. Musterole is a clean, white ointment, made with oil of mustard. Better than aihustard plaster antl does not blister. Jvlany doctors and nurses 'frankly recommend Musterole for sore throat. bronchi tis, croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia, tisin, lumbago, pains and aches of the or joints, Sprains, sore muscles, bruises, chilblains, frosted ,of the chest (it often prevents pncu, I It is always dependable. malnlng Btumps, freshly cut, were some pf them, as much as two or three'feet; in diameter. The bodies of had been removed by the lumber company before the heavers had had-lime to sink'them; as these uncanny had so directed thelrj iswlng process that .each tree fell- directly, out onto the, soft ice In this-part of the 'river, awaiting lo be Bunk-aByspdnras the first warm day Bhonl.Ccbme, along and melt the shale. 'if'- Pholo showi the Prince, of Woles honnds at North Kiltforth. at the meeting of tho Pytchley fox- ADVOCATE FREE SPE.ECH BATHUflST, N. B., Dec. 6-Resolu- tions proles I Ing against attempts to prevent free speech In this province and against -Interrnpiiona of; public meetings were adopted'h'ere last night a largely-attended meeting ad- dressed by Lindsay Crawford of Tor- onto, national president-: and Newfoundland of (be Seif-beterm- Inallon League' for There were no Interruptions or'disorders of any nature. London Press Think ..'Republic Top.Hasty in Action at the }teagiiie of-Nations rcZEMA Yoa are crA oxporlment- i] g TV li c n ra use raent for Eczema and lions. H relieves at ones sr.d Eriula- heals ftif skin. Samplo box tment free 1C you mention l i paper and fnrposiaee. We, a box; fillricalers cr Ednjansoa, Bates ft MHijtc-u. Toronto. Cuticura Soap ------Imparts The Velvet Touch LpNDON.rDec. of sembly of Nations'" at Geneva does-not seem to be by the so far as opinion Is reflected-1 :in editorial While declaring it is heartily in sym- pathy with tie motive of Argentina's protest, the.Dally News expressed re- gret-for her'threat and says that to withdraw.from the league al such a mement and In such a cause would "vi-eakon. the progressive elements in the.league and strengthen the.reac- Jfonary forces." The; Chronicle absolves the assem- bly from .blame, adding: "For a mem- her of the league to join unconditional- ly and then retire the moment its fel- low members 'delay to transform the league at. Its bidding Is not playing lhe "Only evil could have resulted from making amendments when the bulk fit the clauses- ot the covenant havo declares the j Times. "Amendments; when the time coma's'for. .thorn, should be the fruit !of exporlenca and rips consideration jot practical .needs." Viepa Protests H.C. of L. Advances huge demon- stration In protest against a sixty per ceat. Increase In tho cost of food nnd clothing within tho ptist monlh was held here yesterday. Government ac- Jllon to relievo conditions was demand- Government--employees to lhe num- ber ot threatened to slrlke be- nause their wago'and other demands have baen refused and It Is possible the polled will also walk out. In Badou, striking bank clerks In- vaded the town hall, smashed windows mirrors and then demolished sev- eral toftcs houses and hotel dining rooms. A GREAT BOON Thoe are many and rundown in vitality, to whom Scott's Emulsion (would be: a great boon. It's the very Scott't Emaliion to build strength. Soott A Oat.. Heuralgic Pains Wizard Oil U o, simple and efftctive treatment (or bolh'headjche and'nearatgii. Rubbed m where the the tortured nerves and almost in- variably brings quick relief. Keep supply on hand. Wizard Oil is a good dependable preparatior, to hive in the raedjcine chest for first aid when the' doctor may far away. Its healing, anti- septic qualities can always be' re- lied upon as a preventive against infection, or other serious results, from sprains, bruises, cuts burns, bites and stings. Just as good, too, sore feet, stiff neck', frost cold sores and canker sores. alM JSc.-': art troubled -with ooostlpAtloK ur BaralUfi. WlurA 'fl fill BORN, MARRIED AND DIED AT SAME; TIME RAMSGATE, N. BL, Dee. extraordinary chain of coincidenc- es ended with the desth of the two daujhtert of Mr. J. D. Smith. They were mar- ried at the ttmo and died from heart trouble at the age of tWrty-two within a tew hours of WHISKY SMUGGLED OVER LINE is mm MADE IN u. s. U. S. Federal Prohibition Enforcement Officer Returns Great From Trip to Alberta V Where Runners Get Goods. (Great Kails Trfbuns.l there is no limit to the amouufc That whiskey stocks In Canada are can be purchased In single bottles': being .replenished bj shin- one warehouse I found a force of mci rigging containers for individual bot into Jlouipa -frbnj the Actually on in "NVindy Judge Landis Acts CHICAGO, N'ov. Is ser- iously fighting the boozo traffic. Illicit traffic In liquor was smashed from so many angles here Wednes- day that hundreds of saloonkeepers, bootleggers aud owners of bright light cabarets were left dirty. Incidentally, Judge Kenesaw Moiin- tain Landis did not spend much time at his'f baseball job during the day: He was too busy on his Job, and the result Is the "Get the boys out of tho saloons by Christmas" move- ment appears to be a" winner here; prohibition seems to be actually on the way. Here is what happened: A special federal grand Jury indicted thirty-one saloonkeepers, bootleggers and their police "runners." :Judga Landis closed eight of the largest and most notorious cabarets and cates In era! Injunctloi ha I er cane rsung roii dominion is tho now Canadian liquor law Is tha' s. the pfflcer, smugglers 'go no -farther lhaa Iht made In the, United SUtes. ae n e, ne es. te pfflcer, smugglers 'go no -farther lhaa Iht said, aod the. trade, supplied by boot- boundary line to get their loads, hi ledgers will not: purchase anything erection of their ear's Hue else. i Is so rigid that It Is not safe to leavt Order for Two Carloads a Day H10 States, but a properly llcensef "1 found one wholesaler who haa a Canadian wholesaler Is. free to brint standing order forV two car loads of M mueh whiskey to ths line as In "There seems to be no fear In Al ot milled Btatei disappear. IHgb J50 to }60 per uluct- wiiinu loitua 01 United Slates whiskey every day for the said Officer- tsunib 10 DO Tail all the lhat ns declaring them "public armed "there T''' i in iDorder 'here is nothing to prevent Its -He'rei-elvprl in i n o preven s to show cause why, the property should not be closed for all'purposes'for one year under the abatement clause of the Volstead Act, Attorney-general Drundage of Illinois, who filed the suits, declared hundreds'ol other suits would follow Falls Oon't blame .the stomach when V the real cause Is in the slow >j action cf tho li.crjnd bowels- I readilj relieved b> Dr. Chase's I I Kidney-Liver Pills. Onepilladose.: 25c. t box, ill rfeale'ri. Officials :6f Brotherhood Antici- pate Course That Will Be Taken D B. neo director (Canadian the New Law. Has, Little Effect "The new liquor Jaw In Alberta dif- fers only slightly from'th'e former lav and to.iii the least re- ,..Jia roliow 'ard activities of the smugglers. as rapidly as they prepared. Casc -ots can; Ioll8er he sold, bill The Issuance of Injunctions against owners of saloon properly Is the most stringent step yet taken anywhere in T attempting to control booze violations. L Those close to the situation declare that Judge Landis will close 90 per the saloons and order the pro- perty closed for a year where com- plaluts have been made against them. While these.things were.happening, two other step's were taken In the city. One was by Uie bootleggers. entered a warehouse; bound and gagged the employees and stole fivs truckloads of whisky and wine, val- to show that they he licensing and supervisi office, according to triKlirnrt mallon which has labor circles in Ottawa confessed that he made boot- i legging In six months. While WHio i, i t de Pike" was being indicted, police an- of conference nounced they had captiired his first or.rat waymen of Canada in Toronto, aide, William Tobln. Tobin was In- tio authentic news has come through, dieted previously on a burglary dnrd tf S TT ln had "disappeared." It was wMrfi wJ to dfscuss. found that'he had Joined the police wnicn was one of the principal rea-j force, thereby throwing those looking sons for holding the. meeting. This [for him off the track. Ho was sales well-Hnown labor agent for the Heitler ring. He; jijdu 01 uica-va received a semi-private walking a heat-whon communication in which the probabll- arrested ity of an Immediate strike ballot on' Canadian Toads is emphasized. The tenor bt the communication which is wrilletn by an1 international officer of the railway shop trades, says tnat the temper of the men makes'it clear that unless Mr. Hanna with- draws tbe order or-'so modiHes It as not (o Interfere' with the workers in any way In their aspirations to seekj public omcD. that n strike vole will bo mmt! T P v Thn ONLY HALF AUSTRALIAN EXPORTABLE SURPLUS 1 OF WHEAT IS SOLD LONDON. Dec. As- sociated Press) The Australian In yojir. sjiiip, purity, is ,nqt; only desirable tut-its an absolute. neccssIty if you want clothes to last. Soip Is pcrc 6Uen or adaltenats of kind 15000 (urmlee of this. eleitiei bcintifaiir clt.'n CUT S04f LEVBK BROTHERS LIMITED TORONTO .Our New Steam Pressing Machine 1 Will not be hard on your clothing. done properly, pressing and sponging .will make your garments ,wear longer. Why not have your pressing, dono by the newest pro- cess Our prices are reasonable. MEN'8 OR LADIES' Suit, Dry Suit, Sponged and Pressed 25 Suit, Preised............... .75 Work called for and delivered. Lee Duck STREET NORTH PHONE 1770 avowed on behalf of the government! the order which Is causing so much i high feeling. It government hasl any intention of taking action, the let-! ter says, it should have" taken It be- fore now.. In case lho Industrial Investigation Act Is Invoked, application for Its use will havo lo come from Mr. Hanna as lhe ratiwaymen will not consider nsk- Ing for a conciliation board. Tho gov- ernment has told tho men that It Is lhe affair ot the directorate of tho Canadian X.Kional arid lho men Intend to with the dlrer'tor- ntc unless compelled to do otherwise. Mr. Hanna Is referred to as ag- gressor" In the dispnlo.'. 600 DRUG AHDICTS IN liniTISH COLUMBIA LUX Helps Business Girls A few minutes easy simple work in your room nnd your silken, underwear and stockings be'Lux- bathed and made like new. Lever Brothers Limited, Toronto 214 VANCOUVER, Dec. arc more than six hundred drug addicts In British ColumWn; nnd, taking tho usual statistical commercial value ol n lifo as six thousand dollars, this means a liability on tha province ol 5WOO.OOO, according to a 'slalemenf made by Dr. Malcolm T. HcEachcrn, superintended of the general hos- Thts hrgo number of drug addicts. McEachern believes, Is not only becoming a heavy liability owing to their non-produollvc capacity, but Is KJ a definite Inas owing to tho part j which they (nkc in crime. A psychopathic Institution Is rieecl- ctl, ho said, for scientific trenlmcnl of these cases, with tome- organization rlo 're-cltl7.enize" them. FAMOUS GUIDE DEAD MISSION, N. u., Dec. Dernard. tlie famous New Brunswick guldn, died hero a faw days ago. Jlo was a victim ol pneumonia. For mnny years ho has piloted moose-hunllnt; parties'on their annual trips Into tho forests ol Now Urunswlck. Atirl'.undj'r nls culdanco some record bends wore .Vales government Is ser- iously concerned and has promised the farmers half a crown advance over the commonwealth guarantee of five shillings, which will Involve. MRS, LEWIS OFJROOKLYS Tefls How She Was Mada Well by Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound. BrooVlyn, N. oni 1 pas miserable from a displacement, whichcauieilagen- eral ruo-down con- dition witb head- f.ches and pains In my side. irrtisUr induced ma to trv Lydia E.Pinkham's VegetnbloConi- ponnd. I fonnd it mo very much and such n eplendid tonic that 1 am recommend- Ingittoanrwomfln vfno nas similar ELSIE G. LEWIS, 30 Voroon Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y, Such conditions Mrs. LewU suf- fered from may be camri by a fall or eonenil weakened run-down condition of the system, nnd the most successful remedy to restore strength to mnsolcs and tissue nnd bring about a norms! healthy proved to be this famous root and herb medicine, Lvdis E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compotmi If you havo dlaTOrblngiyrnptomsyoTj oo not understand write Lydia E, fink- ham Medicine Lynn, Man, The result of their 40 Jttn UftriWM U It Dmik It-It's Apple Nectar OKLA-APPLO Brewed from fresh ripe apples, PURE, SWEET, SPARKLING AND REFRESHING Solrfat all fountains in the district or delivered to your home in the city. MADE BY LETBBRIDGE BREWERIES, LTD. WE MAKE THE HIGHEST QUALITY OP SOFT ;