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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 9, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta FEBRUARY 9.1W1 fHB LETHBKTPfyg PMJT HERALD PAQB TIIMQI NOW IS THET1HETOGFT RID OF YOUR SECOND HAND FARM MACHINERY-USE SOME SPACE IN OUR COLUMNS AND REAP THE BENEFIT Calgary and Chicago Get Some Prize Positions REVELSTOKE, B. C., Feb. Great Interest is displayed in tho big ski tournament which opened here. thli morning. Hundreds of visitors are present from all over the country. weather conditions are fine and the' best of winter sports are lined up on the program ever preaeuted. The following are the results of Tues- day morning's events: Seven-mile ski race, championship of British H. Berg- man, Chase, Y. Ootaas, Calgary; third, Sig Stelnwill, Chicago. Three-mile ski Pat Bkene Revelstoke, time sec- ond, F. S. Kene, Revelstoke; C. Holten, Revelstolte. Ladies' two-mile Mro. Ounnarsen, Revelstoke, time aecond, Mrs. Johnson, Revelstoke. Potato ski C. MacKen- rot, Revelstoke; second, D. Holten, Revelitoke; third, Ivlnd He- Telstoke. Pony ski G. Blackwell, Revelstoke; second, G. Hooley, Revel- ttoke. Sask. Hockey League Can't Get Allan Cup WINNIPEG, Feb. Tho Saskatchewan Hockey League Is not eligible to play in the Canadian amateur hockey championship, accord- ing to information received from Pre- sident Sterling here this morning. President Sterling stated that his action in suspending Benson and Halderson and any teams that played against thorn had been upheld in the telegraphic vote by every province ex- Fire destroyed the home of Fred McQuoid, Smlthfield, while the family were at church. SOPPED THE BEAMAT8ILBS. "If Anyone Hut Cauie to Thank Tan- lac It la Surely Says Winnipeg Woman "If anyone has good reason to be thankful for Tanlac It is surely Mrs. Mary Margery Anderson of 125 Langslde St., Winnipeg, Man. "I was already In a very run down condition when the great shock came that completely shattered my health. I had no desire to eat and the very Bight of food nauseated me. My nerves were In such a condition that I would jump at the least little sound and anything out of the ordinary al- most made me scream. "Then my husband, who enlisted at the very beginning of the war, was killed within a month his arrival In France and the shock completely unnerved me. I was taken to the hos- pital and stayed there several weeks, but did not get any better. The only severe pain I had was across the back, Just over the kidneys, but I seemed to be numbed and lifeless, I went for nights at a time without getting any sleep and became so thin that I only Vfeighed eighty-seven pounds. "After I left the hospital I was ad- vised to try Tanlac, and its effect was truly wonderful.. It gave me such an appetite that I could hardly wait for meal time. The pain and numbness left my body, and I was soon able to get about as well as anybody. Tanlac has strengthened and built me up so that I now weigh a hundred and forty pounds and am aole to do my house- work without any trouble. I go to eledp almost as soon as my head touches the pillow and get up in the feeling rested and refreshed. When asked as to the status of the Saskatchewan league, Mr. Sterling said that any teams having played against the two Saskatoon players certainly would not be eligible for the Allan cup, so that if these players per- formed against Moose Jaw, which he believed they did, the entire league is automatically suspended. Tl City Charters Will Be Amended as Per Strange Application) IN BALL LEAGUE Seattle and Spokane Now Four Club League VICTORIA, Feb. formally announced today it was decided at the meeting of directors of the Pa- cific International league here that Victoria will ha admitted to the lea- gue which will consist of but four clubs: Vancouver, Tacoma, Yakima, and Victoria. Spokane and Seattle were dropped. One hundred and eight games are to be played and the sea. (Edmonton Journal.) The grist of private bills to come before the session of the legislature which opens February 15th, has been Increased during the taut three or four days by several applications now In the hands of the clerk ot the house. Saturday was the last day on which these bills might be submitted, and early in the morning the clerk had the applications from Medicine Hat, Lethbridrre and Red Deer for amend- ments to the city charters. During iuu uuy iho notices from Calgary and Edmonton were expected. One of tho strangest bills to be dealt with by the session is that of application from Richard Wallace ot High Hirer, who asks for legisla- tive confirmation of a title to a quarter section he has occupied for the last 26 years when he had charge of the land for the original owner. This owner has not been heard from in 24 years, and although the courts are agreed that Mr. Wallace Is en- titled to the land it requires the spe- cial approval of the legislature be- fore title can be given. The Temple of Science and Spiritual Philosophy seeks incorporation, this ADVERTISE YOUR FARM STOCK AND MACHINERY For Sale Here The Herald is the most satisfactory means of communication with people of your own city and district, Send your ad. to the Herald and you'll be sure of a reader (From Our Own Correspondent) FERNIE, Feb. reached town last evening of the death of Dr. son will open 3, closing Sept, i Foster, Dominion veterinary surgeon, 5th. stationed at Newgate. No particulars as to the funeral have been received. Dr. Foster has been at Newgate for several years and leaves a large num- ber o! friends to mourn hia loss. Mrs. Poster predeceased the doctor by about a year. There are three chil- orphans, the eldest IB about eight years of age and toe youngest two years old. Dr. Foster was a native of Scotland and came to Canada at the age of CHARGE OF MURDER IN HAMILTON'KILLING HAMILTON, Feb. was stated by the police yesterday that only Wil- x-uiiuaupuy iumipuinLiuu, LUIO frid Maharg of the five men alleged being a Calgary organization to pro- to have been present when Dr. B. I. "social welfare and the phllo- Whitworth was murdered at Hall's Corners, Ontario, on December 23rd will be charged with murder. The others, according to the police, will face charges of having received' stolen money. The parents of the wife of Maharg are seeking to have his marriage with their daughter annulled. It Is stated that Maharg and his wife were mar- ried about two years ago, when she was years old, by a minister from the United States, who was conduct- ing an evangelistic campaign. Annul- ment is being sought on the ground that she had not her parents' consent and that it was not legal for a minis- ter of the United States to conduct a marriage ceremony In Canada. sophy of spiritualism." Other pri- vate bills are those of Imperial Pipe- Line Co., the Premier Insurance Co. of Didsbury, the Alberta Optomet- ric Assoc., the Westminster Ladies' College, and the Calgary and South- western Railway. NEWGATE VETERINARY PASSES AWAY THERE V.M.C.A. WINS FROM TELEPHONES; "V ALLEYS PUZZLE SCHWEITZER The T.M.C.A. trio made it three traight in their mix-up with the tele- phone crew last night In the Y.M.C.A. bowling league. The "Y" trundlers did not break any records but they held a mighty safe lead on the op- ponents lu all three games. Following are the scores Y.M.C.A. 1st 2nd 3rd Tot. Nelson...... 156 153 454 Petley...... 185 132 473 Glass 148 141 424 489 426 Telephones 1st 2nd 3rd Tot. Schweitzer 110 132 382 117 125 353 Pauling 134 141 361 398 ROTES TACKLE KNOX MORE TROUBLE IN NOVA SCOTIA MINES SYDNEY, N. S., Feb. five men of the two Indian Cove col- lieries were on strike yesterday be- cause ot the refusal of their employ- ers to sign up the recent agreement. Many Laid Off SYDNEY, N. S., Feb. col- lieries at Inverness have practically closed down for an Indefinite period and 500 of the 700 men employed there have been laid off. Only enough men are being kept on to take care o! local consumption. An advance of 75 cents a ton at the piimouth ban been announced. ALL JOBS OPEN FOR OKLAHOMA WOMEN OKLAHOMA would be eligible for all State offices, includ- ing Governor, by a resolution which has been introduced in the lower house of the state legislature. nineteen. Immediately following the Pincher Creek-Lethbridge game tonight the Knox and Rotarianj will clash in a city junior league fixture, J This is an important "game1 as a win for the Rotes will give them a fighting chance to replace the Knox be able to express my I creY the leadership position, while for what Tanlac has done for Knox will give them an un- disputed hold on .the championship. By taking tonight's fray Knox will have come through the league without I shall n'e- gratitude i for me and take great pleasure In re- commending It as a splendid medi- cine." Tanlac la sold In Lethbridge by J. D. Hlglnbotham ft Co., Limited, Druyt- BEWARE OF BRONCHITIS Bronchitis is generally caused by fceglectlng a cold, or exposure to iret and inclement weather. It begins with a tightness across the chest, dif- ficulty in breathing, and a wheezing flound comes from the There is a raising of phlegm, especially the flrst thing in the morning. This is at first white, but later becomes of a greenish or yellowish color and Is occasionally streaked with blood. On the first sign of bronchitis you should check .It immedlatey by using Dr. Wood's Norway Pino Syrup, thereby prevent it becoming chronic, and perhaps developing into somo more serious lung trouble. Brice Culham, Sheffield, Ont., December, 1313, I was a loss. Old Country Football Scores LONDON, Pen. As- sociated .league foot- ball, games played today as follows 'Bradford City 1; West firomwlch 1. Aston Villa 0; Burnley 0. Liverpool 2; Manchester U. 0. Newcastle 1; Chelsea 0. In third league games Crystal Palace defeated Grimsby 2 to 0, and Luton beat Reading 6 to 0. Scottish league game results were: Rangers 1; Iialth 0. Dundee 1; Cly'debank 0. Kilmarnock 3; Albion 1, Hamilton 1; Morton 0. 0; Airdrie 1. I In Scottish cup re-play Midlothian and Clyde draw, no goals being icored. HEARTBURN LIVER {ROUBLE When the liver becomes torpid and inflamed, It cannot furnish sufficient bile to the bowels, thus causing them to become constipated. The stomach Is also affected. In the case of heartburn there Is B gnawing and burning pain In the' stomach, attended by disturbed ap- petite, caused by great acidity. When- ever too much food is taken, it liable to ferment, and become ex-; tremely sour, vomiting often occurs; and what is thrown up, is sour and sometimes bitter. Other liver trouble symptoms are pain under the right shoulder, yellow- ness of the skin and eyes, floating specks before the eyes, coated bad taste In the morning, foul breath, brash, jaundice, constipation, etc. Keep your liver active by using Mllburn's Laxa-Liver Pills and you will have no heartburn or other liver troubles. Being purely vegetable they do not gripe, weaken or sicken like the old-fashioned purgatives gen- erally do. Mrs. Mary Strome, Glasnevin, Bask., have used Mil- burn's Laxa-Liver Pills, and they have cleared 'me of heartburn and liver trouble. I don't think they can bo beatei; .by any other medicine, and I can highly recommend them." Price 25c a vial at all dealers or mailed direct on receipt of price by The T. Mllburn Co., Limited, Toron- to, THE EDUCATION OF YOUR CHILDREN Have you the money with which to do Start to save while they are them com- mence life knowing you are at the back of them. ___ Savings Accounts are a specialty with The Royal Bank of Canada Total Lethbridge Branch E. E. MacKay, Manager. "Branches also at Magrath, Cardston, and Taber, COCHRANE STILL IN IT NEW YORK, Fob. B. Coch- very sick with had t'o !ralle' En8'ish boxing promoter, has Btay in the house all winter. One not withdrawn as a. Joint promoter of day I saw Dr. Wood's Norway Pino tho proposed Dcmpney-Carpentler Syrup advertised, so I got a small championship match, Dan McKetrick, bottle which helped me very much; I former promoter of this city, announc- then got a toe size, and It complete- eci today. Jy relieved me. I cannot praise 'Dr. enongh for what It did. Two NEW CARDINALS of my are now uilng It for colds." Don't accept a substitute for Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup; the gen nine li put up in a yellow wrapper; three pine trees the trade nark; JIOMB, Feb. new cardinals who are to be created at the coming consistory, will Include one from the United States, probably two Italians nd one Spaniard. Monilgnor Karl pries 56c manufactured only i Joseph Schulte, archbltbop of Cologne tiy The T. Mllburn Co., Limited, To-1 and Dr. Faulhaber, archblnhop of Munich, will bo given the red hat. IT'S A DELICATE OPERATION IF YOUR CYLINDERS ARE SCORED, BUT WITH OUR NEW ELECTRIC PROCESS WE CAN DO THE JOB TQ YOUR ENTIRE SATISFACTION. LAWFORD WELDING CO. HoUU Growing Bigger Every Week The increase in the number of en- tries each week is a conclusive proof of the popularity of The Herald Football Competition The indications are that this week entries will eclipse all previous weeks. Watch Monday's paper for the biggest prizes yet. Re- member, "The More Entries- the Prizes" PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS LADIES We make switches, etc., from your combings. Switches an 01. Sulway Hair Factory, Cardston, Alta. SPIRELLA CORSET1ERE For Appointments Phone 1942 MRS. MARTIN 1321 10th Ave. S, Cor. 14th St. 29-28 FREE PERSONAL INTERVIEWS or particulars by mall, regarding Viavi Remedies. Lethbridge Viavt Co. Mrs. K. p. Hunck. Phone 1883, 627 8th St. S. NEWS AND VIEWS Reading Is the greatest factor In edu- cation. Get all you can out ot the News. But be sure yonr wisdom is perfect. It may not distress you now but the longer you neglect your eye sight the more seriously It will attecl your future health and efficiency. Bet cer see us for a free examination. J. M. HENDERSON Care of Wright's Jewelry Store. F. H. WILKINS SIGHT SPECIALIST 427 5th St. S. Opposlto Out Phone 1959 Residence Phone H37 PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCY INCOME TAX AUDITS CONSULTATIONS REUBEN C. FARRIS Suite 4, Block. Phone 1111 ROBERT W, GARDNER CONSULTING ACCOUNTANT INCOME TAX EXPERT BUSINESS ORGANIZER Office: Conybeare Block. Phones 711 and IMS. 11-11 WELDING BOILER WELDING W. N. KUTH, 1004 1ST AVENUE S. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. ELECTRIC SUPPLIES Electric Light and Power Contractor! Phone 409 5th St. S. Lethbridge Farm Lighting a Specialty Contractors for Electrical Work of Cardston Temple PIANO TUNING G. H. TUNER-- Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years' factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate M- T. Assn., London. England. References to the leading musicians of the city. Fhona 1168. 627 10th Street South, ARMY AND NAVY ASSOCIATION OF AHMY AND NAVY Veterans in Canada, Lethbridge Unit No. 34 Veterans desirous of joining tho above association, can obtain in- formation and .application forms from the secretary, L. Leigh, P. 0. Box No. 6, Lethbridge. GURNEY-OXFORD FURNACES EAVE TROUGHING GENERAL TINSMITHING Free! Elliott Sheet Metal St. Sotrtli. OSTEPATHIO DR. J. B. RORrtmO. OSTBOPATHIO PHYSICIAN 318-18-20 Sherlock Kit. Hours and by appointment PRIVATE HOSPITALS THE VAN HAARLEM Hoa- Vital, 1124 7th Ave. S., Lethbrldge; Phone 74S. Accommodation for nr> tlcal, medical and maternity pa- tients. Private and rooms. Hates 130.00, IJI.OO and a week. Write for Information to Mrs. M. E. Van Haarlem, mperla- MUSIC MISS AILEBN M. Playing and Theory. Pupila enter- ed for the examinations the Academy and Royal Coll era ot Music, Ixjndon. England. 100 cent, last year successful. MRS. W. H. at Piano and Theory. Pupils for the Toronto Conservatory at Music exams If desired. Annual recital. Studio, 1233 5th Ave. A South. CLEANERS AND PRE88EM__ THE In FmKk dry cleaning. We an the oldMt cleaners In the city. We DM genuine French system, which cor- every spot and pos- sible Injury to garments, giving high reinlti. Special attention to country work. 3J4 Street South. Phone-Ull. Collect and deliver. GUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS ft LOCKSMITHS-OTN straightened, irons nitcck- mn work done by a gunsmith; made, locks repaired, any light machinery repaired; lawn D. K. Macdonald, Indian Agent. Phone 1031, Jth Btreot, Herald Office. DECOR ATI NO WELLINGTON Decora, tors. Faperhangers and Kaloomlninit. General Decorating and Slim Writing. given. The oldest established painters In phone 1471; offlee phone 17EZ. Sherlock BldK, Leta- bridge. Alberta. A. Decorating and Paperhaniring. Phone 190. 611 8th Avenne South. 1174 B. It. Copeland Phone 1SOJ. B. R. Kent Phone 1847 THE PYRAMID DECORATING CO. Interior Decorating and Paperhanglng a (peclalty. Satisfied our aim. (II Uth 81 South. JOSEPH DAVIDSON DECORATOR EBtabllahed IMS Thirty-live years' experience In Kztorior and Interior Decorating llth Street South tree. I1M M1-1H WINTER RADIATORS Why not hare yonr Automo- bile Radiator Re-cored the trost comes, with the beat Honey-comb Core obtainable. Drop In and let nt tell rat about It, or aak someoaa who one. They STAND UP. ANDY The Radiator Man 4th Ave. S. Behind Silver Grill. L. D. S. Publications AT CARDSTON I. M. COOMBS ftewe Agent Doris I. R. Cocq si COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER DEVELOPING, PftlNTINO, ETC. 1214 THIRI) AVE. SO. TRY A HERALD WJWIt ;