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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 15, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL MIWi WHERE TOU BXPECT TT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD LITE LOCAL N1WS TUESDAY, FlfBKUAUY 15. LKTHBHIDCK. ALIiKHTA. PAGE SEVEN LOVE OF HIS DOG COSTS ITALIAN MINER HIS LIFE; TRIED TO SAVE CANINE PAL o o- InquMt Into Commerce Mine Accident Love of for Dumb Dog in Death Grip When Releued from Cafe Pruon. LOTS or his u cost side of floor at the the re- Ciovanori Klumigm.rU his life ir, the of W .ommerce yeiiterda} ane As eoon as the pres- Loroaer a j sure of the side of the ihad re- I shaft and died with rnmUr. According to opinioni oxprwied at the Iniiiieat the dog must neglect- aud the dog dropped the entire lensth troin the mouth and was drowned iu the bottom of the shaft. A A CHURCHES AND CO-OPERATE Uolng clown the mine about eleven i to get on the cage with its master, o'clock Saturday right to do lome Who apparently attempted to get it ivork the miner His dog with him. Btlnr he had givwi the signal to hoist. Tie was employed aa a pump hand, There is an eight foot clearance be- Four other miners were down below tween the floor of the horizontal shaft at the same time and in ubout an root and It is thought the tin- pnvineer sot his throe signals to j miner got partly on to the cage -when lower the cage. He ansvorcd ami got the beam on the top ot the shaft required signal after the, eago struck him. Between the cage and the went down und brought the four 0{ the shaft to the top of the miners. In a tow minutes the cage oarth there is a five inch clearance, was called below again and tho re- in this five inches the man's neck iiulred signals exchanged iu the! head were squeezed for the entire 440 prescribed manner and the machinery feet. The friction 'was no great that Tho miniptsrfi of ihe local churches are co-operating wllb tho local Y. -VI. C. A. in putting on u abort minute noon day service each Friday during the Umten leason in the Y.M.C.A. j Bach minister ivUI take charge on one Fr'.day and the service will corn-] mence nltarp at ten minutes past tirelve and will bo through by twenty- Sve minuUis past twulve. A cordial Invitation wlil be Issued to all men to take thege in. The first speaker Trill be the Rev. S. i. Frantlj-u, tho Aus- tralian. evangelist, of the Christian church on Friday, February 18th. HATTERS WANT IRRIGATION TOO Although till) Medicine Mat district appears t" bo uiuiiiB Us fultli to "Rainmaker" llni- llold thin irrlgalioliints there aro going ahead with tboir proposal to gain assurance of wator on their land. A meet- ing has been called for the city hall in Medicine Hal. for Wed- nesday afternoon Cor all those interested iu tho two Medicim: Mat Irrigation proposals. The Chamber of Commerce Forum committee has called the meet- ing. ,v A .j, A NEW EXECUTIVE ,j. j _________ of the Depart- ment Compliments Local Society on its Work Cities and Towns Will Go After Larger Grants for Education ACTING M. H. 0. At tho meolins of the Children's 'f I Aid Society, hold on Monday nominating committee appointed EGCS1AKE was started to bring the cage to the cigt came up the eugin- the man's clothes were worn through, to back. Hln back was not in- jured. mouth. and some others saw it' was empty, j The verdict of the jury that no Thoy went over to mouth of the blame was attached to the company abaft and saw un old can sitting on or any of its employees for this death, the floor of the cage so they thought The Jury was competed of W. T. Hof- the miner wanted oil. When they got erg, foreman, H. D. Cummlngs, A. M.. closer, however, they saw the dead Kealey, W. Simpson, J. Welgan und j man's arm and head sticking over the-A. E. Mulrchcail. i GROSS DEFICil ON STREEICARSLASI YEAR J39.W But Splendid Showing on Other Utilities Somewhat Off- seta This Not known However, Whether Larger Choirs Will Enter This Year Lethbridge will be rffpresentel at this year's musical festival In Cul- sary. Members of the United Church choir nre making several entries. Misn Krika Olamler will enter in the piano rantcst itnd teveral soloists will en- ter. It is not definitely known yet wheth- er Knox or Wesley will enter. It if considered unlikely that Wesley will go this year and no decision has been j made concerning Knox. That choir has all the music. I company some time ago obtained the I contract for the construction of the big irrigation project for a flat sum of ?100 per care. The 'administrative iiinl engineering espouses will bring tho price to an acre. permitting, the contractor will begin construction by March 1, or earlier, and expects to have the project completed in time t6 put water on the land by May 1, 1D25. The city treasurer's report for De- cember shows a deficit in the city shop of ?26.43. wiih a surplus for the year 1920 of In the city coal mine there was a surplus in the month of making the surplus for the at the last meeting to submit names for eke executive committee brought in the following: Dr. Conyhearc, W. Symonds. F. H. W. A. It. Cocq. HOT. Denooa. Father McCaf- frey, ami Mrs. .1. K. Ten-ill. These were endorsed at the meeting, and will form the new committee for the year. A new ortice was created in u second vice-president, to which Peter Lund -vas appointed. The officers OL the society, which include the presi- dent, the two vico-presideuts, the sec- retary, the treasurer, und the execu- tive committee, will form the full executive. The constitution and the by-laws to guvorii the society, brought iu by the committee appointed to I'ramo thorn, were adopted, with onu or two minor junuu'lments. The Rev. K. C'. Mci.eod, superin- tendent of the department of delin- nuont children and children's protec- tion, Edmonton, was present at the meeting mid addressed it in resan' to the regulations, etc. He compli- mented the society on the fact of I there having been 372 cases handled i out of court. This was desirable as fur as possible in tho matter of juve- nile crimo in that it saved the culprits from becoming confirmed criminals and helped in arresting and prevent- been made Hint milk I illg Lethbridge, he pointed out. had a splendid record in the way of the absence of juvenile crime, in the fact that there were only five convictions for theft. During the nbnenca of tiomi- lor UeVober at Ottawa, Dr. -'f Lufferly haw been appointed aotlnn medical health ooicer. A j arc going down in price. The I supply of eggs ia getting larger every i day and during the week-end the wholesale price of strictly went down so that today the retailors are railing at lifty five and sljty cents a Tho drop in in the neighborhood of ton cents a dozen. Private parties nround the city, however, have not come dowu. They are still charging seventy a'ld seventy-five cents a doz- en. MILK NOT DELIVERED BY QUARANTINED PERSONS Sixteen Infectious and Contag- ious Disease Cases Reported In the report of Medical Officer of Health for the month of January, !t is stated that thero were K cases Spokane Man Purchases Million And Quarter of Oregon Issue of contagious and scarlet fever. 5; culcken-pox, 6; ty- j phoid fever, 5, two city and three out- were nineteen deaths from Bonds of some Irrigation projects find buyers when the proposition is right. A spokane financier has purchased a million and a quarter of Oregon irrigation bonds tit 99 for six per cents as the "item herewith shows. Oregon irrigation bonds are consider- ed good investments because the state ide. There tho following causes: 2 typhoid, 1 suicide, 1 broncho pneu- monia, 1 scarlet fever, 1 post partuni hemorrhage, 1 intestinal toxemia, 1 indigestion, 1 enlarged prostate, 1 in- testinal hemorrhage, 1 vesical papil- lomate, 1 rheumatism. 1 premature birth, 1 nianition, 1 general periton- itis, 1 paralysis, 1 still-horn, 1 cancer, i 1 malnutrition. Total. 19. I Marriages. 14; births, S3. Rtiulti of Milk Teats ,1 Searle, 5.0; ChieE Mountain, -t.O; exercises the strictest supervision ot', Orvslal 3.8; Butterwiclc. 3.S, both the engineering and financial of for aspects of all irrigation undertakings.! e} e d lue Spokesman-Review tells ot the c ta, Dai chjef Molmtain purchase as follows: "An issue of ot Medford, Ore., irrigation district bonds have been sold at to Patrick Welch, well-known railroad builder of Spo- Uane, who is head of the Rogue River Valley Canal of Oregon. "Tho bonds carry (i per cent inter-1 and mature annually, 1926 to 1961. Tho price Is regarded as good, considering tho stato of the bond market Cor some time past. "Mr. Welch was the only bidder at the sale which was made after having been advertised for 90 days. "Tho Rogue River Valley Canul j tj tlw Irnr b; thi iu of Or. Cktit'l Kidnay-Unr PMh, you htra no trtm OM pill ISO. i toi, i Dr. Chases KaTETPffls Smote 1; Butterwick, Searle, 2. City Wjter In the analysis of the city water the highest count of bacteria was 46 itlld the lowest 3, with an average of II. testa for bacillus colon (the ty- phoid germ) was negative. Laboratory Work Samples of water eiamiued----- 13 Samples of milk examined for bacteria 4 Samples of milk examined for hutterfat................. 5 Specimens examined......... 15 Prov. Lab. mailing outfits given out fl Smallpox Vaccine given points Diphtheria Antitoxin given out- units ...................l.T.OilO The physicians' specimens included examination for diphtheria, tubercu- losis and gonorrhea. Isolation Hoipital Patients admitted during Jan- Chicken Pax Scarlet Fever Patients discharged during January Patients remaining January Scarlet Fever Xumber of Hoypitai daya... year In the eleetrle department tnerr was a surplus In December of making the surplus for tho year Jlt.- 497.9S.' In the waterworks there was a sni- ping of making n Hiirpltii) tor the year of Street Railway Htreet ear earnings for the month____ amounted to showing an A crating surplus of and a deficit 't' of with died charges in-' eluded. In the operating for the year there IVHS a deficit of as compared with a deficit of ,ln 1919. Ill the 1920 deficit is included a loss of ?250 on the merry-go-round. On .the gross expenses for ths year there was a. deflcit of as comparml with a deficit of S40.229.33 In 1919. Ill the operating expenses for the year there was a loss of on the Red line; a gain of on the line, a Ions ot on the White line; and a gain of on the Special. In 1919 there a loss delivered from n 'u tli? rsuff Addition which liar boun .uarantined for scarlet fever. Inuuir- made by the Herald show that inly tho upper portion of th? bouse s quarantined and thnt tlip lower noi'- '011 isolated from it. Tho milk it; oing delivered by tho permission or Tin medical officer of health in iie position In which the lower por- tion of the residence stands in regard to the upper, considers there ia no danger of infection being carried, it is understood that those who are in rneeipt of the milk are aware of the circumstances. v LIQUOR FINES TO 00 TO THE CITY Biggest Reduction for Some Time Announced By Local Concern Delegation From School Hourd Will Wait on Cabinet on Friday Whilr: no confirmation up to date has ocen received by the city as to the proceeds of all the liquor fines in which the city police have been instru- mental ill procuring conviction going to tho city treasury, In- spector Risk, of the A- V. P., has been notilietl from the attorney-general's department that such Is to be the case. WINTER WEATHER FOLLOWS LAST WEEK'S SPRINGLIKE TOUCH Snow is today falling in the Crow'rf j Xest district and cold winds prevail) north, east and south of Lothbridge. At Crow's Nest the temperature is two degrees above xero and at Taber it is eight below. Zero weather prevails south of the city. All over the Lethbridge division of the C. P. R., cold winds are blowing and dinting of snow is general. The i snow on the prairie portion of the div- j Ision averages up to live inches depth. Today is one of joy to motor car owners. Gasollno went down tour cents a gHllon on the wholesale price. Notice to niLko this reduction was re- ceived at the Imperial Oil company's office here this morning. Several garages were telephoned this afternoon but the reduction had not been made. The old prico or 55 cents a gallon was prevailing. The new prico will iikely he 51 cents re- tail. Kerosinc wer.t down one cent a gal- lon on tho wholesale price. In Calgary Too CALrrARV. Fell. ttraen. mannger of tho Imperial Oil company here, announced today that tho price of gasoline had been reduced four cents a gallon which makes a cut of six ceuU in ten days. The wholesale price In Calgary is now 4S cents and A delegation of school trustees anil representatives of tho cities and tov.ns is to meet the provincial cabinet ai Kdmonton on Friday, to go into 1111-- matter of larger grants for education to relievo tho harden lit presfint plac ed on municipalities in having to pro- vide for school eipnndltures. A con- sultation will bo held between the trustees and the commissioners Ui have representatives on the delega- tion. It IB quite probable that the matter of the city authorities having a say iu school expenditures for which, ac- cording to the act, they hare to find tbo money, will bn broached. So fnr as these expenditures affect the mill rate in the city it is interesting to point out that in 1914 the general I rate iu the city was 18.20 mills, and (the school rate 7.70. In 1920 the gen- eral rate was 19.60. but the achool rule up to 12.35. BRIGADE ORDERS llth Brigade C. F. A. f. 20lh Battery C.F.A.. Major Btt. U.: Col. 0. O. Sttbbard, D.S.O. 39th Jiattery C.F.A.. Major W. Bar- nacul. 15th February 1921. No. Parades 7.30 p.m.. Armouries open. Drill order. Detail Group Signalling, 8 to h.45 p.m.. ggt. Lothian; signalling S.45 to Group 2 Equipment 8 to 8.45 p.m. Sgt. Barman: fuso setting 8.45 to 9.30. Group drill, 8.00 to 8.45 p.m.. the retail prico 51 cents. Refined oil I Sift.. Hcmlrle; gun laying, 8.45 to 9.30. has dropped I cent and is now ,17c Signalling, 8.00 to 8.46 p. wholesale. Us penk price was 41c, BIG BOOZE CACHE MAlION'E. N.Y., Feb. in ash barrels, more than three thou- sand quints of brandies, gins and whiskey, estimated to be worth frohi to wtii'o seliad hero today in a freight car. in.. Sgt. Lothian; signalling S.45 to ,1.30. Group aettins, 8 to 8.45 p. in.. B. S. W. Taylor; gun drill, 8.45 to 9.30. Group laying 8 to 8.45 p.m.. Lt. Jackson: ecjnipment. to 9.30. ,9.30 to 9.45 p.m.. ail groups, Sfjllaii drill. Biirnucul. Major. Act. 0. C. ISth Brigade. on the Red of a gain on the Blue of a loss on the White of and a gain oa the Spec- ial of Tstal Deficit Including the ilxed charges there. was a. loss on tho Red of i a loss on the Blue of a loss j on tho White, of and a gain on the Special of making the total of In the year prev- ious there was a loss of on the Red; a loss of on the Blue; a loss of on the White; a gain of on the Special; and a loss of on tho merry-go-round, j making tho total i f .'t for best work at lowest prices try HUTTON PERKINS Practical Shoemakers Fifth St. S. Phone 693. ONLY 13 SMITHS IN 1.500 NAMES IN THE NEW'PHONE DIRECTORY Lethbridge is always after records. It is establishing a record iu irrigation questions and it ban been Ituown to tukn its part in record :md also as being the only city iu the province to vole wot. But the new telephone direc- tory, copies ot which are being distributed, puts Leth- bridge on the recurd map again. Out of approximately names only thirteen oC them are Smith's, two Jones, one Brown and six Thompson. This is almost a city. Isn't that a record? Tli: Associuted of the Royal Academy of Music it the Royal College of Music LONDON. ENGLAND. for Local Eiiminationi in Munc British Empire fATKONi Hit PKES1DENT: H. H. H. nifrlnctefWelei, K. C. Anmnl nxaminatiui-j, bodi Pwctiral and will tc i.eld throughout Can.iU IM I'oliowj: or Jnw, dccnrdinz ta THEORETlCALS-Ayri! 30lb. 1921 uj NoTuibir 5lk, 1921. Tvw wo Sllvn ofT.tu .nniJill, cr.t ftiiolwhip, .rtitlhj 13 X tuition r.c cue u[ other of (he Collfgn muiieil in wprM to rfjt Jiup-li tif AM. leithrrs of ir.iaic.' jnnsic Itqimni fee [iccparation, ar.d ill oihef can be obtnincdon applicjlinn to U: WAIIKG D.W15, Kniienl 1! 517 Birlu S.Uiiw. Hubttl. AHijtSuiionira'JJt he in ta Mttsli lit. Up USE MILK IN COOKING Make thick, creamy soups, crisp, delicious croquettes, rich yellow custards. Hcraps of meat, vegetables, fish. etc.. porved with a milk suiice assume an appearance a taste is simply de- luutablc. i Everybody Praises Beecham's Pills after a fail- trial. Those praise loudest who have used them long- est. The great merit of Beecham's Pills has been proved all over the world, i. avtkwf prmite e Cuticura Talcum Always Healthful nrrlt. Hold eWTWhwa. pMi: lymitt, TM. A rich Virginia tmokirty I HEAVIER CALL ON I THE RELIEF FUNDS I j by tlie local branch ithf! G. V. A., la growing to I arse I iinipui'tloiiH. In Janimi'v the dim j yovo out in relief and loans 'anil in February. to today. Lh-i suui i oi' IUD; linen inutuy is imL ttt iiioin- ijisi's of flu) (5. V. A. SMMH- tJinsd oli in In i tip rolir-f and loans j from Uio (ivKiUiiKiitiou nut rnn'n- lior-i but they are vuUviins nf fliM BEECHA In 2Ec.. SCe. CCZEMA ii HUT iiiid Hvn Ixr: II H Kkln. ii-nt Irnn It )'i.i utiinip fur am QfK riment- 'Olllt' lirlli'- Cu, PHONE 1S19 Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. i-t Acndki Building 312 Third Avciim 8outu The Store That Gives 100% Service First and Is the high quality of goods we offer, and second, Is art take in getting them to you. If you aren't i patron of this rtora you're mliglng a real treit. SM'oot. por dozen Dundee Marmalade for Salted Pistachio Nuts; 2 Liquid 2 bottles Quick Puddings Custard 2 pkgs Canned Sweet Dry pack. OS_ and at Lilac Rose 2 cakes for ...25c 25c 25c and 25cand45c Pilchards; tor California Klpa Olives .Street's Crapo Fruit Juice; per bottle Dainty Lunch Mayon- naise: per bottle Campbell's Soups at Clark's Soup 3 for C- and 35c 30c 20c 40c 65c FREE DELIVERY. GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS. PHONES 1453 AND 1M5. Good health intentions don't get or keep your health. Doing the things you should for health, includes care of your spinal condition. See us today. SMITH and SMITH THE CHIROPRACTORS 205 SHERLOCK BLDG. PHONES 1677, 1441. Does It Pay? to biikn or buy oilier bread when j'oii en n get. snoh vomlcr- fulh- KOnd bread fruin UH I'rctili evtry 'lay. Lines it nay I" nn'l Und liot- lor iireail tlian ours'.' Try 'i 'ind loL >o'lr lioine folks aiiBWer. John Ltd. Bakers of Quaker Bread. PHONE 372. HAVE YOU TRIED IT YET? NOT B L E A C H E D PURE W H 0 L E S 0 M E YOUR DEALER HAS IT OR CAN GET IT. ;