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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of 1 Live Local Newi All The Local Where You Expect It MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1920 LETHBIUDGe. ALBl'RTA. PAUfc JsKVfcft Brent, Who Gpt Away From City Given a Three Months' Sentence fr SKATING .TONIOHT Skalerc ore taking Vdvantace of the mild and good Ice are turning out at the rink these eights ln> crowds. The absence of a band Is not deterring those, who like the sport. Tonight Is a regular skating night and there should be a crowd on deck. Oa night Leth- brldge playi taal district league [tnw hare.. Taber will be the Keep the date in mind. The prisoner, Clyde Leslie Brent, wlio mede his escape froid tlie cell In Ihe city police station on October 20th last, taking away wllh him tho blank- ets with which ho was supplied, has bcon located lu Calgary. He was ar- crsted Ihero ou l-Yiday last.week on u of Vagrancy and sentenced io three months In the Letbbrldge jail. Brent was held in the city pel Ice station to stand trial on tho alleged charge of raising a dollar bill by au ingenious- uee of tho labels generally fount! on cigar boxes. He apparently squeezed his way out through tho important Communication Re- BE PROMO Inquest Saturday Evening On Death of Albert Crooks- No One to Bkune Takes Fine Position fcpace between tho top rail of the cage and the celling and walked out through the back door, of the room whore the cells are located. A woman got cross with tho parson on', the occasion.of the funeral ot her husband, J became in his sermon he aid that tho deceased had to a better home, To Cure A Cold In One Day Tmke "Laxative Bronte Quinine tablets" Be sure you get the Genuine Look for this signature "That the deceased, Albert Crook, came by his death by being accident crashed by a car, In No. 6 mine of the C. P. U. collieries at Harrtlc; rllle, In tho faithful execution of hie no blame could be at tacbed to any person, and that the death of the deceased was an unavold' able was the verdict of the coroner's jury which sat at 7.30 Saturday to determine the cause of death of the late Albert Crook. Tho verdict was rendered 20 minutes after the Jury had been" charged by Coroner Humphries. The following formed tho jury: II. Rosaine, P. 0. Cox, P. Varazari, B. Greene, W. Cielland, Robert Saxon. Tho accident took place at on Friday morning, January 30th, and deceased lived only half an hour after it had taken place., All efforts to resuscitate him by artificial tion failed, and though bo revived for a short time his heart ceased to beat at 8.30 o'clock. The late Albert Crook, who was a returned soldier, was a gripper in the mine. Ho had started a mine train of 2S cars, each containing a ton of forfeiture of iand" to 'me Province of- coal, when the.two last cars went off ceived by the City From the Depnty Minister pf Municipal Affairs Late to Consider This Year, the CommitgionerB Decide Transferred on the box. The situation that through the forfeiture of lands to tho province appears to have1 been some- what perplexing in taxes on them owlnr the city as they apply to school taxes. As a com- munications that have going on in respect to the same" between the city and the Department of Municipal Affairs in Edmonton, a letter Was re- ceived from Deputy Minister J. H. Lamb. In this he .slated, that tho Alberta docs not'-wipe; .out pile single tax that has been-'levied against it. It would be the purpose of, the De- partnicnt to give tie proper opportun- ity to the parties owning lands to redeem them; or, if title niust be taken to them to ot them, but circumstance would the school tax as. levied In favor of tho City ot LelhlK-idse, or any oilier school district, 'lie wiped off In favor'of any '.provincial taxes which may havo been levied'on them. The only question is" as to whether the Province of Alberta would take lands in sub-divisions..'; around the towns and cities arid pay up (arrears of school taxes which in themselves would probaMy amount1 more tian the value of the land. It .is to be dmitted that this, Is'a vexatious and an Important iwint.-- Solution to be Arrived at The Deputy Minister went on to ay that he was quite sure "'.that it is not the purpose of the province to iii any way of its right.1n the matter, add- ed that under .existing-acts there is 10 way by which the- province may While excessive thinness might be ,'ittrlhuted to various and subtle cauE- 08 in different Individuals, It .Is a well-known fact that the lack of phos- phorous in the human system is verv largely responsible for tills condition. It seems to be well established Uiat deficiency In phosphorous may now be met by the use of 'Bitro Phosphate, which can be obtained from any good druggist in convenient tablet form. In many instances Uie assimilation of this phosphate by the nerve tissue soon produces a .welcome change- nerve tension disappears, vigor and strength replace weakness and lack of energy ant! tho whole body loses Its ugly hollows aud abrupt angles, be coming enveloped iu a glow of perfec health and beauty. and the will anc strength to be up and doing. nitre-Phosphate is unsurpassed for Uie relief of ner vouericss, general debility, those, itukins it who dri not desire to put on flesh should UEO. extra care in avoid lug fnt-pnxluclrig wipe off. Its taxes and .turn such i The respect and the popularity in ands over to school districts. ThS, which ho'was held was shown by the Question.will be discussed with j large gathering at the church and in ha Minister, of the Department, and. tho funeral procession. Much sympa aoluttc-n.wiH be arrived1 thy was shown to who have lived in for. 12 years and were highly respected in the'Vjj lage. Many 01 the veterans were present at tho funeral, which was a military one, with the firing party supplied by the Mounted Police. the track breaking the coupling and dividing Ihe train into two parts. Tha first part wllh 15 cars was brought to a standstill, hnd the deceased return- ed to bring back the remainder. These were on their way when In the curve, of the descent (lie sprag thrown by the deceased missed the wheels, and the sprag which the spragger, Mat Muderak, threw also missed. Deceas- ed ran along the side of the track throwing sprags to arrest the running cars when the first, coming against the cars that were standing, threw Ihb second car off tho line crushing the deceased. Evidence was given by A. Hender- son, William Parks, Mat Muderak, A. Seaman, Louis .Moore, Dr." Galbralth and M. .lohnson, local Inspector of Mines. The last testified as to the condiilon of the mine, the machinery, and the track, which were all in gooii and he stated that ther and the wall.' .The funeral of tho deceased miner; took place on Sunday first part of the service being" held at St. Mary's Church, North.Lethbridge Former member of the Leihbrldge Herald staff and well known through- out. Southern Alberta as an expert writer on livestock and agricultural matters who accepted a position with'the McLean Publishing Co. of Toronto at Chicago. Mr. McLennan will -represent McLean's Magazine, Farmers' Magazine and the Motor Tractor' and Implement Trade Jour- nal. All' published by McLeans. He will be In charge of the Chicago office of the company which covers the middle, west. Mrl McLennaa learned the newspaper ,arae in the Lethbrldge Herald edl- oritl. offices, going from here to Win- nipeg where he was with tho N'or'West to Chicago as assistant editor of the American Sheep Breeder. ?rom Chicago he came back west and two years has been ad- vertising manager, of the Farm and Ranch Review at Calgary. Mr. Me- Uennan's many friends here will be pleased to learn of his promotion to a "wider'field In newspaper and maga- zine .work and will wish him all success in the world In his new field. The desire on the part of in the city to hive a representative on tho Hospital Board cannot be' com- plied -with this year. In regard to a communication to the city council from Mr. Hawkins, secretary of the Trades and Labor Council, in this matter, It wax resolved at the regular meeting of the council, held ou Monday, that the Trades and'Labor Couucll be ad vised that tho Hospital Board has been appointed for the year and that tho number JA .sliced, per Ib. I UC Sweet Potatoes, larger tins Sweet Potatoes, small 30c 20c SPECIAL FOR TUESDAY CASH AND CARRY Golden Wetf Washing Powder, 3 Ib. packages, 2 packages i I.IU Cauliflower, per head Bananas, per Ib................ Head Lettuce, per head................. Celery, per Ib. Loganberries, Gold .Bar, No. sizo............ Curtis' Marshniiillow..-. Creams, 22c and GECX KERR CO. 1 FAMILY GROCERS PHONES 1453 and 1365 40c 15c 20c 22c ,40c 40c HIpo Olives, 2Ic aud Coffee, George Washington 'in- stant, large size, each Dates, Dromedary, per pkg.......... .Green Tbmatoe Relish. quart sealers, >l C each .................TwC Oranges, uer dozen 45c any a'trong heat is almost unbearable. Tho succcr-s which Burdock Biootl Bittcra has met with in skin diseases nnd was so reelless I would" Just roll and toss from one side ot tile bed to the other all night long, ami get up In the mornings feeling miserable. "I had been reading so much In the newspapers from people- who bad beat, licnefitled by taking Tanlac I clscld- of Is due to its wonder-1 cd to try it, and after I had ful blood cleansing and purifying properties, and we know of no other remedy that has done or can do, so much; for those who are almost driv- en to distraction with the terrible torture. Mr. James Walker, 152 N'lag'ara St., Hamilton, Ont., writes: have been using Burdock Dlood Bitters for some mouths past, nnd find it an excellent rbmetty for skin eruptiona, 1 have Buffered with eczema ovch 2S and have tried almost every- thing; you could Ihink of. I was rccom- 'tnBnded lo use Hurdock Blood Bitters, I am now clear of my skin trou ble. It Is certainly a good remedy and DKTItOIT, Feb. tatlves of 120 yachting clubs of the Middle West and Canada last nlshl completed organization of the lonal I'ower-boat Union, tho purpose I ever used, and 1 have taken a mnny different kinds. 1 will always keep llcart nnd Nerve Pills In Hie Price 50o d box nl all dealers or mailed direct on receipt of price by Tho Mtlhurn Co., Limited, Toronto. On llstinen I. racing, to unify racing rules' and auth- orize dates for tho territory 'embrac- ed." The principal organizations are tho Mississippi Vnlloy Power-boat As- sociation, Michigan Yachlfng Associa- tion and the Detroit River Yachting Association. 'Canadian nnd-Lake On- ttrlo groups arc soon to be formed. SELECT YOUR NEW NINETEEN TWENTY CAR From tho Rpcclnl New York Number ol "MOTOR" Bcconio expert in Its mechan- ism by studying Ihe Eleventh Edition, and very latest Dyke's Encyclopaedia If It Is to he a Henry Forrt or ft Konl farm Tractor, wo have the bootfa to tell you all aboin how to run It, an' everything. THE TWENTIETH CENTURY BOOK STORE 514 4th Ave, Phone I shall rccoruiucnd friends." It' to all my Sip.hufacturert for orer 40 years by Tho T. Mllburn Co., IJmiletd, Toron- to, Advert. two bottles my Improvement was sim- ply wonderful. I continued taking it until now I have taken 'ivo bottles nil, and I am glad lo say my sloaiacsi trouble Is a thing of tlie past. My appetite is simply splcnrtid, and I can eit anything J want and all I want without suffering tlio Inast bit after- wards. I never have those pains or dizzy spells and my nerves are in tuch good condition I clpn sleep nil night long without over waking npl once, nnd always get up feeling (treat-1 ly refreshed anil full of energy. I am surely glad I took Tanlao and I never miss nu opportunity to tell others, about IL" Tanlac Is sold In Lethbrldge by' John n. Hlglnbolhtim Co.; In Coal- hursl by Diamond Drug Stationery 1 Store, and In Warner by Mrs. N. Der-' 1 Application! will be received from farmers In Alberta for loans under tha Live Stock Encouragement Act for Ihd purchaso of COWG during the year 1MO up 30th ot tbis year. It being decided (o handle coming from many parts of tho province at different ttraea of tho year, it has fecen decided to limit applications to the first four months. Farnvfrra interested will kindly govern them- EBlvcs accordingly and get all their applications in to the Live Stock Commissioner before April 30th, 1820. DUNCAN MARSHALL, Minister. S. O, CARLYLE, Live Stock Commissioner. ANNOUNCEMENT Charles A, OIHECTOR COLONIAL THEATRE ORCHESTRA ORCHESTRAL CONDUCTOR LETHBRIDQE PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY Professor of Violin (THEORY AND PRACTICE) PUPILS PREPARED FOR ALL EXAMINATIONS Mr. Ucrcsfonl has a few vacancies open for nreiiroinnry anj idvauccd pupils tor hfs new term, storting I-'ebrunry 1st. STUDIO BLOCK TERMS, PROSPECTUS, ETC., UPON APPLICATION ORCHESTRAS SUPPLIED FOR ALL OCCASIONS PHONES i 1806 360 1814 Federal Emefrgeiicy Appropriation for Eximembers of the Forces Thin Fund Is being administered by the Canadian Patriotic Fund. Trio territory by the LelhbrldgS Branch has (lie following bound- aries. and Lltllo Bow River. Boundary. Island uid Foremost. and Blood Reserve. Claims upon this Fund are solely based upon UNAVAILABILITY OF EMPLOYMENT or ENFORCED INADEQUATE EMPLOYMENT during the mnntha ol December, 1919, January, February and Mnrch, 1820, Before appllcallona are eligible for consideration Applicants mutt iecure a- Certificate from the authorized reprecentatlve of the Depart- ment of Soldiers' Civil (Lethbrldge This notice is Inserted by tho Lethbridgo Branch of the Canadian Patriotic Fund who will appreciate the bringing to their notice, by any- one knowing llio circumstances, cases apparently ellglblo for financial old. Write or iDlcphone. CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FUND (Lethbrldco Branch) Room 209 Sherlock 701 We Cover the City Once Every Day for rrf snrvlag you wllh fresh, clean, pto- teurizcd milk and cream. Pleaso secure yoiir Milk and Cream from our regular route drivers, as it Is impossible for us lo Ecnd orders by upeclal delivery. Put bottles nnd correct number of ticke's or change out the night bgforo and you will not be- dUfippoizitAd, All routes aro covered by oho o'clock. It you have heca missed, plionu 1576. Crystal Dairy Limited ;