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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THE LKTHBR1DGE DATLT HERALD X SATUBDAY. FEBRUARY fb. 1921 Prize Winning Stories In The Herald Contest Bated on Actual of the Early Days of Southern Alberta. A CAYUSE FOR A COOK (BY DR. W. S. GALBRAITH, LETHBRIOGE.) Away buck iu u up of moro fu wo wont forward vlnferly, run- niuj; ucM'osi'- many tracUs over which had KOHU und wore getting woll up to tho point whuro our prob- lorn vim Ul probably solve ItsoU when on our right aiiixul wo saw u foiico Hint corral and then u little cubiu on j tbo hillside, tho firm habitation on tho; prulrio to jiroot our cycu. U vrovud to bo iho tlomtclto of i somotfino minor, now rancher, f Kliid to hear of His illrer- tioiis were numerous and varied us if bo thought caeh of us a way ot our own, and, as a result, whon wo imrtcd from him Lat suid, "Hottor shuko your Iioud and forgot BO with our siopm '-A'sstward Hot" we pushed on and shortly found our- selves on tho u trail that only a blind mail could miss, and back May Try Ontario Wholesale Grocers In Criminal Coot or less temlcrfe-Jt, mostly school (Tcaturo lo be on tho return jouruoy to recuperate Says Action Should Bare Taken Some of the Evidence TORONTO, Feb. Tn the caeo of tho attorney-general of Ontario and forward over tbo river went. against the Wholesale Grocers' ainoc- at I'lnclier dragsiiiE the pack-horses down to tho I for alleged and was seized for his keup just as j SOOH as bo tK-CKiilQ WOriii iiiij iiiiijfc. t'st of i JIB various as 3 our mounts but tho I'rincipal'a suor- I sucker i-ont and knickers ivith U'gg- Ings, after u thunderstorm bad done its worst, was dubbed the lemon- i ado suit, easily took tho booby prize. upon an unsusuect- I-washed away m ono of tho fl of our present-day j ?.ud succeeded in making Urcli'i floods, at teachers, and boasting ono H. A. :imong them, found themselves trying to make- own tmnper in fit tho rrow'ij Nctt Pass, where Cuietiuai now Y.'u bad left. loivii iii it. suconil year and proud ui dono ,t t d bfc ;_ 3is place on tne map, its first mayor being the since celebrated C. A. Ma- arath) ami mounted on a variety of i ourselves outside a from tho discarded race horse I dinner before starting, crossed with tlie freak EuulUli saddle to tiie "M nver lllc' first uvor the Did grey horao with the rogula- i und Wits afterward liuu outfit, wished u iiitr clerk bv one of our present-day I Cabinet Ministers as perfectly safe K'P'> tor a b's beefsteak at supper- anil guaranteed not Archie's tmi0 without getting lost. Ot course, miaramto was good and it proved I "'H lj'dn' kllmv "nything about soil- ulso that there is nothing modern! orittiug in thoso days, that also is about first" The decrepit I modern, but wo had daily dem- __ j onstrations of how it worked. Tho I old Macleod trail was our example. A Clereyman s Wife Wants i by its uuu teams, its nr v J string teams and its tri-weekly stage, Women tO KnOW AOVan- especially with Polllngcr, or "Polly tages of Internal Bathing If women could only see the thous- ands of letters Dr. Tyrrell lias receiv- ed from grateful women in all parts 'should bo tried iu tho criminal courts Instead of in the civil courts. If tho judgment found the defendants guilty of violating a criminal law, iu respect to conspiring against trade, Justice Ordo remarked, they would be liable under that law and a further injunc- tion against them would put them in tho position ot being guilty ol con- tempt of conrt. Kobert president of the tain stream and almost surrounded by a swarnr of bine butterflies. Pass; ing ilio sites of Frank and lilairtnore. Turtle Mountain 'ooforo the slide, and ino Sulphur Springs, even then' there was Ugh! whore wee hostelry Tor rheumatics and they inveigled us in to taste, we reached tho valley, in lull view of Crow's wider Nest Mountain, and on the beautiful men- _ clow-grass wo decided to make our York "Trading "company." who' c-Tpressed night camp. At tho suggestion of tho the view that commercial travellers JJachelor o( Arts, perhaps with the were unnecessary, as business could trip be done over tho telephone, said that membership in wisdom born of a mountain through, tho Pyrenees in earlier life, he _______ or a prophetic vision, Lat and I were i the Wholesale Grocers' associatioVaud elected to got supper while he and had been refused delivery of starch. Rosey, bis bosom by the St. Lawrence company. horses and put up tho tent. That .look- their trouble per cent, of all human ills are duo to accumulated in ihe Colon, or large lower began to strike the ridge or the hors- es stumbled iu tho rounding furrow, when a new trail w-ould be started alongside. It wandered round the sloughs and hills but usually managed to take the shortest distance between any two points, and has now acquired the dignity of a surveyed road, and even the C. P. R. accepted tho freight- er's judgment after a while and built a Million dollar bridgo to get in line easy for water was plentiful, but oh, motorcycles. it. Fording the Old Man at j Urcb's and leaving the Felice post j of Fort Kipi> on our left, we essayed l to make Macleod far the night and j succeeded fairly well, but it was the i "glorious and although ii >might nowadays he a libel to say that I half of Macleod was a j "permit" or two, the half that looked after hotels and livery stables were apparently hora de combat. tho baking! I guess you remember There are chauffeurs and baking clay at used [000 private-owners who have opera- to bo Saturday, and we were home tors' licenses. i from school. Helping to bake was fine j fun, especially in cold winter wea- ther aud the dough wasn't half bad I to eat raw, but try and imagine a windy camn-fire and no oven, baking powder bread, propped up against stones and cooled as much by the breeze as heated by fire, and HEAR Raymond U. F. A. Hears Ad- drew by U. G. G. Official- Other Raymond News (From Onr Own Corrosponduutj i IUAYMOND, Veb. O. Flolt of i tho U. G. G. association addressed a meeting ot tho shareholders of tho United Oraiu Growers Cp. of Ray- mond and U. K A. members on Fob. 17th. He epoko briefly on the financial condition of tho c y on food V with Cvbv -how toy intestine. Warm water, properly j used with J. B. L. Cascade, will: rc-Keve the cause of your troubles, and pr-rieet health will follow. A Winnipeg clergyman writes: "My wife is naturally sensitive having her appear iu public print, i; ;mxious that others should know what the Cascade has done for her. li has really given her a new lease ot'j life. For years site had been .doctor- j Ing for .Constipation, which became worse each year. Since using the J.'! Thp- horses being successfully stabl-1 almost spoiled and we sat down in L. Cascade, first about fonr years i ccl, by ourselves, a hotel was the next j Nature's magnificent dining room and couple of hungry campers with their chores all done, making remarks and calling "grub pile." and the. blamo things wouldn't bake. To help out at last we cut them opea and whilo the outside was dry and burnt, the centre looked "up with aa almost liquid smile and stuck to the knife in a most 1 clinging way. Meanwhile- Lat had tlle bncon to (l cinclcr and the tca was Qur tempers were If you combined tiio curitire proper- ties of every known "ready-made coush rumcdy. yocl probably could not Ket as much real curative power aa there ig in this simple home-made coupU syrup, which ii easily prepared in a few minutes. Get from any_ ounces of Pinex, pour it into a IG-oz. bottle and from the University at monton. Many ot Raymond's citizens be in Lethbridge Friday attending the "Better Farming Convention, also taking ill tho Board of Traclo lunch- eon, where a round table discussion tako place on improved farm methods by business men and farm- ers. Mr. Glenn' xielson is spending the week end in Cardston with his par- ents. It is with deep regret the rVung people of Taylor Stake loarn of tho release of Mrs. O. H. Snow from tbo V. M. M. I. A. organization. Mrs. Snow- has endeared herself to the young I people by her womanly charm and j youthful In the musical and literary line Mrs. Snow will be great- ly missed. This is a day of action, not of preaching, and Mrs. Snow was alert, spirited and full of aeal for'hep appointed work. Wo hope in her po- sition as one of tho "Social Advisory i has not been sicic a day. and and, with the aid of a pioneer "chewed the rag" and the half-baked fill the bottle with syrup, usinz either Committee" of the Stake we will see has TieconH: robust and strong again.; lawyer who is still an ornament to bannocks and looked forward not lo P_laj" cranulatcd EUjar_ayrup. clariHed her often and hear from her. Should any person wiah this letter the bar of Southern Alberta, wo got j the fleshpots but to the hake-ovens of 1-br.firnied, you are at liberty to give enough, beds and couches to spread j fort Steele. my name in private." ourselves upon aud we were j -HOW wo got through the remaluiug The J. B. L. Cascade is shown and after our thirty-mile ridA and sore, so explained at the Hod Cross Dnig i Ured and sore wo couldn't sleep, but Book Co., Lethbridge. The J. D. U I-we loused about till morning and call- Cascade is an invention perfected by i ed it a night. Of course Macleod Dr. Chas. A. Tyrroll of Xew Vork, and; patriotic and celebrated tho First of has done moro during the past few; July and each day between, but really yaars to restore health and lessen never got warmed up to tho spirit of disease than all other means combin- Ask tor booklet explaining all about Internal Bathing and what it has done for or.hers. It is free, or write to Tyrrell's Hygienic Institute, 183 College Street, tisement. CORNS Lift Off with Fingers the thing until the Fourth. Whether they kopt It tin until the Twelfth or not I really cannot say but we hac! the papers for the Fourth all right. AVe mado Plncher Creek tho next j i nielli, "camped" at Moso Lo Grandeur's for supper, and mado our, first brsak-away from civilization by I sleeping under our tarpaulin with -the i becl-room lights all burning, the tent' being too big a proposition to tackle in the semi-darkness. ,We slipped! back iu the morning, however, and' breakfast and dinner were table- d' I note, for we had decided that we needed another pack horse and by i tbo time we had agreed upon, a dark i chestnut pony, whom we named it was fortunately too late to I pull our freight until afternoon, and i besides, we had heard ot a rancnar- i miner who was going over tbo Middle Fork and would show us tho ford. I suppose it la true, that if you live with the Indian or 'in his aurround- ings, you will get into his habit of re- garding time or not regarding it, for we didn't much more than mate the days of our trip aud tue return jour- ney and thoroughly enjoyed it in spite of culinary troubles, would be too long a story, but one thing wo did was to barter one ol' our ponies and a man's grub for a cowboy who would como back with us aud act as our j cook, aud all the wny back wo waited j ou him liko a pi-iuee. Long live the Cook! j honey, or corn ayrup, as de- sired. The result is Iti ounces of really better coush syrup than you could buy ready-mide nn'd saves easily Taste's pleasant and never spoils. This Pinex and Syrup preparation ffels at tho causo of a couch and ulves Clarke bids fair to bi'como a real actor. Richard Toomer as "Jennings" the butler, looked and acted his" part to perfection, also Kyle Uabcock as the hired girl at tho farm hu called thu laughs. Many friends will bo glad to' hoar of tho, steady recovery of .Mi'. Bailor, propriotor of the Magrath Hotel. Ho was stricken some two weeka ago with a paralytic stroke. Among tho Conference visitors from Taber were Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Van Orman, Mr. Geo. Birch, Mr. and Mrs. Orson Hall, Mr. and Mrs. K 1'rico. Mrs. Bennett and son. Those people are all former Marrathites and were renewlne old acquaintances. The Women's Institute held a very successful dance on Friday evening last. Mrs. A. J. Wood and children are visiting friends in Cardston. Wednesday evening the Magrath Ward Choir held a very enjoyable social time. A large crowd was pres- ent and.the time spent in games and dancing. Delicious refreshments were also served. Director J. O. Bridge ex- pressed his appreciation to the mem- bers tor the support given him. A. Mercer, on behalf of the Bishopric, expressed his appreciation to Mr. Bridge and choir members and en- couraged them in their work. Tho similarity of tho name of tho two women misled newspapers here and tho julcldo was given groat prom inunce. The Havas dispatch elates .that Mme. Thulier resides iu .U1K1. iihd that she Is much distressed by Iho erroneous report. lloano Scbouer, of tho well known Yongo stroet jewelry firm, is dead. IT WAS A CASE OF MISTAKEN IDENTITY PARIS, Fob. was Louise Telliea, a nurse, and not Louise Thul- ier, a Belgian school teacher and war heroine, -who committed suicide by swallowing rat poison at her home near Mons yesterday, says a Havas dispatch from Lille. Mms. Tolliez who was associated with Kditli Cavelll, tho British nurse- executed by the Ger- mans in 1915, killed herself after she had been summoned to appear before a magistrate investigating espionage In Belgium during the war. It was alleged she denounced a number of co-workers to the Germans and many of them were put to death by the Germau forces.. Helped AM Three in the One Family QUEBEC MAN GIVES HIGH PRAISE TO KIDNEY PILLS Abtolom Duchesntiu Gives Three Reasons Why He Advises Everyone to Dodd'f" Hidney Pills for Kid- ney Ms. St. George. Beauco Co., Que., Feby. how much good Dodd's Kidney Pills have done iu ono family Is told by Mr. Absolom Duchcs- neau, a well-known and highly respect- ed resident here. "My health' Is very much better since taking Dodd's Kidney Mr. Duchesneau states. "For two years I was iu pain, but since taking Dodd's Kidney Pills tho pain is gone, "I als0 Induced my mother to use Dodd's Kidney Pills for sleeplessness and the results were very satisfac- tory. "My sister, too, took Dodd's Kidney Pills for backache, and she ia better. "Do you wonder that I advise every- one to use Kidney The reason Dodd's Kidney Pill." have come to occupy such a promin- ent place in tbo family medicine cuest is that so many ot the ordinary every- day ills como from Rheumatism, urinary ache, diabetes and heart disease can all be. traced directly or indirect- ly to sick kidneys. Ask your neighbors if Dodd's Kid- ney Pills arc not the best remedy for sick sick kidneys, troubles, back- almost immediate relief. It loosens the j c. College, a very Interesting a plMenn. stops tho throat tickle An Tt and heals the sore, irritated membranes J OEirr ,1B Somewhat Uneasy Four Unknown Gentlemen Sec- ure Booze They "Dicks" or What? contly and easily is really astonishing. A day'a use will usually overcome the ordinary couj.'h and for bronchitis, croup, i hoarseness and bronchial asthma, there 1 ia better. Pinex is a most valuable concentrated compound of penuine Norway pipe BT- trart, and lias been used for generations to break up severe coujjha. I To avoid disappointment, ask youi- 3niiri.'isfc for ounces of Pincx" i full directions, and don't accept nny- Guaranteed to -rivo absolute fatisfaction or money promptly re- r I fvrndcd. The Ptooi Co., Toronto, Mr, and Mrs. Lawrence Peterson of Burnwell, were guests at the home of A. Dalil for the week end. D. E. Cameron of tho Extension Da-! partmcnt of the University of Ed- monton, gave on Feb. 15th, at the A. .ml in- Icl Has Learned iVbout Her'edltV." to an audience of townspeople and students oC.thtt'A. C. Tho lecture was Illustrat- ed with slides which greatly aided in making vivid Mr. Cameron's points all through, the lecture. Stops Coughs Right Off Yon don't have to wait long to get welcome rclirf, when you take I iai to The Heraluj Feb. surprise, considerable uneasiness FUKXIE. followed by ot" mind in some quarters, was caused when City ChieC Lawsou and his as- sistants arrested four men at tho C.P.R. sUtioa as they wore about to hoard tho west bound local. These ford before darkness fell, and supper men had been noticed about town for in the first bush wo had struck con- some Lime, no one seeming to know sisted of a tin or two'or corued boef CLEAR YOUR COMPLEXION Doom.-1 mirt u bit: Droy u liulo "Freczonc" ou iiu aching corn, in- iit.aiitly tliiit corn stops hurting, tlion Sturdy you lift it right off -wiLli ilng- rrti. Truly! Tour druggist sells a. tiny bottle of and bread packed from tho Creek. i Tho-'next morning wo .were early I birds, and biiL'on and bread and coC- fct) being withiu our powers, we be- lieved that we wore really roughing it, so wo struck camp in good time, thriivr the diamond hitch in some fashion over our packs, mounted our horses atid passing the little coal mine of our guide of the night beforo; ''Kreezono" for u. few cents, sufficient climbed to the bench again. It was a to remove every hard corn, EoEt com, glorious morning, early iu July, the corn between the and thc- railuses, without soreness or irrita- Iho 1 in Canada that a wosti-ni product and i the is our S- MILK LTD. at Ladder and fyC. Burns Company, Alta. Saik. prairie was covered with flowers from iho tiny phlox to the flaunting red lily of tho hills, tho air was clear and fresh and stimulating and before us worn the everlasting hills, lighted up by tho morning gun, the snow in the liiRher crevices and runways spark- ling as only snow can; and sending their little cascades dmvn the moun- tain sides.Our holiday had really be- gun and the outlook uhowed no clouds lint trulls now became a pressing: problem. In taklus the littUj mine trail tiio nijjht before we bad left the main am! our task now waa lo find it aijiiin. Our general direction we knew to ho all rlglit, but through P tho Pass we iniiut havo 2 real trail, la CHAMBERLAINS Worthy of Trial James A. L.JKK Muthodisc minister of Alllaua, Minn., writes: "Chamberlain's Hcinody has been a needed and welcome suest in onr home for a number of years. I highly recommend it to my fellows as being a medicine worthy of trial in eases ot and croup." Keep Cham- Cough Kcintidy bv vim -It is a friend in neeil. COUGH REMEDY much ubout them, and they claimed to be lookiug aftor some mining inter-1 csts, and searching for stocks in old companies which had long sluccj ceas- ed to bo attractive to tho buying public. When they vcr.t. to the station it did not escape tlie eagle eyes ot tho local police, and the fact "that they were well loaded witlt grips and hand bags, added suspicion to tiio rainda the police tmd the result was that, the (our were put under arrest and j their baggage searched with the startling revelation that the four men hail stcnved away in. their baggage nearly a score of bottles of unlawful looking liquid. These fonr suspicious looking in- dividuals set up the plea that they were detectives in the employ of tho Burns detective agency at Vancouver and wyrc able to convince their cap- tors that they weru really detectives looking after violators of tho prohibi- tion act. and were allowed to go on their way, if not rejoicing, at least with the satisfaction that they were taking away with them several sam- ples OL' liquor, properly scaled aud bcled U3 having been purchased of sundry bootleggers and. hotelmeu of the town. Just now there are several people in town who are iu difficulty as to who shall laugh. Whether the joke 'Is on tho four men who were apprehended as boot- leggers, the City Chief of Police or the fellows from whom the whiskey was obtained by tho so-called mining men whu seemed to have carried along with a healthy thirst'for red liquor. The sweet clover growers fit the Red River Valley in. Korth Dakota have formed an' association which con- (rots more than halt the sweet clover contract. Tho association's motto is: seed of the s'ate under a three-year Sweet, clm-or aa farm in North Uiikota. PEOPLESTAGEPUY WITH CUTICURA ttL C erfuMt Me (From Our Own Correspondent) MAGRATH, Feb. M. I. A. presented a very fine four-act-wural drama entitled "Valley Thurs- day evening, Feb. 10th. This was all local talent and the play was a suc- cess in every sense of tlie word. It was repeated again on Saturday night, the house was crowded a second, time and the audience was very apprecia- tive. Ernest Bennion as dramatic supervisor, left out no details in stag- ing. Tho first sceno of country life was great. It was a typical farm scene, from tho old oaken bucket to the prize leghorns adorning the fences. One visitor remarked: "AVhy. Magratb, trains their chickeua to act on the- stage." Win. Blumol aa Silas Holcomb, owner of "Valley deserves first mention in the list oC players. Billy played the loading com- edy role and throughout the entire performance mlsaed not one lino of, his interpretation of the part and was no doubt Iho star of the evening. Minnie Thorpe did herself proud in! tho role of "Lizzy Ann Tucker." the "gossip." Miss Thorpe has ready wit and -humor and kept the audience in good spirits. Hazel Kirie as could hardly bo substituted in her role. Barton Poulsen, an eccentric old man, created a lot of fun, although some of tho girls did not like to see the handsome Barton disguised as so homely an old man. The audience was w.ell pleased'with tho comedy char-! actors. Isow, a word about tho others-. Margaret Watson ,as the daughter of "Silas was a sweet little country girl. Tho sym- pathy of tho audience was always with "Hetty" in her trials of love. Pratt. Hopinger ae "Perry played perhaps tbo heaviest and most difficult role. It was Mr. Ileningcr's first appearance on the stage and ho did. very well. Miss Ada Glbb as "Mrs. Miss Alice Woolioy as "leabol r. D. .Clarke aa "Harold and Elmer Itirio as "David wore the city folks and marked the contrast be- tween city and country folk. Miss Gibh and Mias Woolley carried the proud, haughty roles and while parts of that nature ilo not appeal to most people they yavo a very good inter- pretation of tHosc roles. Elmer Hirio could not have played a part moro true to life, the man ho impersonated was a duplicate-of himself. Mr.. Clarke, handsomely attired, ap- peared on the stage confident of car- rying Ills rolo. In the last scene the reuniting-of himself and "Hetty" was tender and touching sceua 11 r. The firfl few win IOOMB fa phWm-foothe tte throat and bronchial the irritating tickle. The day's treatment will show hnprovwnent-and you will grow steadily better ai excellent remedy orealct up the cold and completely relieve! the cough. excellent home remedy, particularly weful for children because of pleasant taste. Sold By All Dnggitti. u fHpmJ ty N4faWl Dnu; ad Cfcaiol ef Cirnifc, Lhwtd. TO GET TRUE ASPIRIN Warning! Unless you see name "Bayer" on tablets, you are not getting 'Aspirin at all. Nothing else is Aspirin. SAFETY FIRST! Accept only an-''unbroken package" of genuine "Bayer Tablets of which contains directions worked out by physicians, during 21 years and proved safe bv millions for. Headache, Earache, Toothache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Neuritis, Lumbago, and pain. Made in Canada. Handy tin boiet of 12 bui lew pukign. Aiplrln tiio traJo msrk Jn Canada) of Bayer Minuractun nf juttlucldeitcr of WMI. It It won know.Tthat A.pi mean. munuraclure, lo awlit the public asalntt Imitation., tho Tubli-ti if Bayer will aumpM their sencral Irado mark, thi "Bayer ROYAL HOUSEHOLD I IS MATCHLESS- FOR BREAD AND PASTRY ;