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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU'EXPECT IT 7 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS SATURDAY, FEBUUARY 21, 1920 LETHBRIDGE, ALRKHTA, PAGE SEVEN OVES FREE FED Cardston 'Man Remanded For With Rais- ing Certificate Considerable prosecutions through- out being made by" ihe "provincial agricultural department iu view of the alleged .practice of free feed transportation being exploited by tho' raising of the quantity; hy. forging and.utlering tho necessary'documeuls. Several lliese cases have been ad- journed from time to time, but one at Cardston was brought to a head on Friday at a preliminary trial after an adjournment held. In Ihls case prosecuted on behalf of the crown b> K.C.. and defended b> Jacobs, .of 'Cardslon. John Parrial ,ivas remanded for trial on the alleged charge of altering ope car of feed con signed to Thomas White-to five cars nd disposing of the-extra cars after ibtalning Hie' bill ot lading for the out same. I Medical Health Officer's Report for the Year Dr. U G. De Veber> annual jrcport Is -Msrch, however, there on health eltjr as viewed by hlni from his position 234 cases U.eing report ed and in April 25. The second vist medical health oftlc'er'is' ion was less numerous bul more interesting documcntr and'1 the tho death-rate being 10 'per report p'ubllslie.d herewith ia. no as against 5 per cent, of cases ception to the rule. In his 1915. he uotes the" quickened Interest scarlet fever, measles, clikkei matters of health on the part of >ve have had about our usiia Dominion and provincial Tuberculosis with nine, casei and hopes much good T.'lll result two deaths as compared with 1! the establishment of S deaths, last year. health by the'two governments. sickness 'viclted us on 1 'v report follows; were fatali.ties. Let.hbridge, Alia., -Keb. mo. German uieHsles were unknown. Of diphtheria wo had hut 3. tase 1 Jie 'chairman and 1 death as against 12 cases an lioard of Health, deaths. Of typhoid our number o City W were the Eaine as in the prev year. IS; 15 were city cases, bu Gentlemen t cannot attribute them to our watai t i I have ihe honor (a herewith or gennra] hygeine. 10 were i September were confined to- a srnsl r my twenty-fifth annual report. in, North Lethbridge and wer iy20 comes In as a year' of contact cases. v the War, the greatest of all ages v over; Peace has been officially Statistics h 'clared. The people ol all nations 191S 1917 1916 191 I gaged 'are struggling with Ihe- .209 212 224 212 19 lems- as how best to return to 391 MB 37S 420 29 s former status, how to regain 1M. 2S3 17S 193 12 r they have lost and how lo repair i o 'havoc and destruction that has place. Thousands of onr best supply ot this absolutely nece bravest have fallen. These-.'We article for the past year lias bee never recall, but we can mourn satisfactory. The flltr ibem, remember them und honor plant has fulfilled all the claln Millions of oiir wealth, has gone up in smoke. Tills we can replace but for it. No city should be ab Ho appreciate .perfect 'water bett'f will rciiuire sreat patience, unity a dweller of Lethbridge. All stables, cows, cow byree. ml j WATCHING IRRIGATION DEVELOPMENT HERE -Arrived This of Supply of Sweet Stuff is Vague Tu? sugar famine locally has been eased Just a little iy the arrival of a pounds, this morning. The jtuliire of the supply what 'vague, it some- a good Barber, represent- ing Jlie" Portland branch of Warren" Bros-., bitulithic pave- 4 ment'and' irrigation consfruc- tiort contractors, is a visitor In the city. -The firm of Warren Bros, is .taking a Keen.interest In irrigation' development here and particularly In tho Lcth- bridge 'Northern project which v i-. i Money Go lo Moving !-unrl Ofliciiils Are Named c.Aiipaign fqr rnising iht sum deal on ths output of refineries. A little hopo In the outlook as lo sugar is held out by-the arrival at tho'ar- rival at the early part of the mouth of 5.0CO tons of raw material in Van-' couver. It some little time, howei'er. refined product ( on :the has now reached an advanced stage. .j ff ff of for moving ihe Children's __ I Shelter iu i menial mi'rroundlnes. (mkfii In ham! by ihe local Knigius I of inaugurated Rt-a'n eti- torlaiiimcut and of I', hull on Thursday hcld al ulgtu. ihe K. in: 111 guj in Now Stands Inches Over t'mu i-onKisieu of Five Year Average, rtnd Mr- Whole Month To Snowfall in the Lethbridgt district Foreclosure Ordered on Kim ball which was reported the oilier day to PrtJpertjYrCardston Pepple Interested eflori and unlimited work. -Our d 'Is staggering. It is but Can "Vocmaii LoS the Guard''.Will Be The First. Offering of the "Lethbridge Amateurs" An event interest is the.announce- ment that local of the pro- rose putting on tho ponuhr opera, Gilbert and Sullivan's of the Guard." Mr. jlnrtln, principal of tho Hnrdfcvllle has consider- able musical ability, has Mndly con- eer.led to'train the The siago niahagement and': general .direction will 'mi in thefhands of Mr. Frank and ,Jlr. HcAlpln. Mefusifbrd's' Orch'es- trAiharo started practicing tne mnsi- calfscore wlttf'th.eTvlew, of putting on a ten-piece orchestra when the event is singed. ada bonses and S BtaijgerlUg, Jl Ifa UUI _......---- alwavshas and always will -pay her eularly inspected. Milk samples have nebls. To do this our leading men ad- HE to produce, produce, and then produce some more. The !cadingNnien o! all civilized na- ions have from lime to ilaso declar- ed good health is the greatest asset of every nation and no greater truism was -ever-uttered.- Therefore in all our. efforts to.altaln; onr ends do not .target' j The'war has many ICE-. sons. Sciance invented many means of destroying life but It gave us many means of saving it. In no .way has it made greater strides than in pre- ventive medicine; Where is the typhoid.fever that de- cimated whole armiei In. days .of yore when the typhoid and, dysentery that laid .low more men the bul- let during the South' African war. All al) has been, owing fo the successful-labors ofscientists. Canada is not to be behind in this world problem of disease prevention. been taken from nil vendors, have been examined in the laboratory and with but very few exceptions have proved clean and wholesome and con- tained butler-fat and above the required standard. Sanitation 'The direct operation of this branch Is carried the Public Works Dc- parlmenl and will! be dealt with in the report ot that Department. the.Ice 'supply'fqr tho year duly Inspected as harvested.. "Whilst the supply..was.a meagre one it was fairly good jn quality. supply is lake led A UJii) interest as to foreclosuree of; mortgages on lands was decided by' Justice McCarthy at the Supreme Court on Friday. Hith- erto courts-have been .lenient .in the view Jaken in regard 'to the mortgagor and Tie'has'been allowed consider- able leeway in regard tu mes'ling Lis obligations. In the particular case a section of land near Kimball was be fore' the Court in' to fore closutte.. Tfie. FeopMs Trust and Savings Bank, of Illinois, asked for foreclosure and 'for the removal of caveat on the land against tiie de fcndanta, Daniel A. Thompson, Elijah Leroy Pilling and Valentins Pilling His Lordship .ordered that Judg ment be'entercd for for of the.-Dominlon Government h as estab- Maura's Uxa-Liver. Pills MADE HER WELL. jn quality. The closure and for removal of caveat b> ibtained from1 an artificial j the Defendants, to lie made absolute with filtered, wajer, The j on- aefauiC of payriieit by defendants '1 make HI2Q. When vour liver- gets sluggish mid Inactive, your health sulfers. Your bowels becoiVe .constipated, your licail aches, .your tongue is coated, breath bad, spuclis floalc before Uic ftye's, you arc bilious, heavs heartburn, _ vvntcr brash, pain under the. right muddy find brown spotted complexion, etc.' llTlli the liTor lo TCsutnc its proper function by rotnoving the. bile that ia circiilating in the blood and poisoning the system." Mrs. K. Mnpla.Avc., Anilicrst, N.S., "1 fake pleas- writing you of the good 1 re- ceived by using 'Milburu's T.aja-Llvef PJHs for headaches. 1 was so bud 1 had lo go lo be.d, and could not sit up A friend told' me about ,-1'pur wbnder- vials-have made me'as well can Mllbtirm Pills nrd small and eacy to fake, dp not gripe, -weaken or'slckcn, db'not leave any bail after- effects. Price 25c a vial al all dealers, or mailed direct on receipt of price byi.Tho T. Milbura Co., Limited, To- 1 roti'lo, Advo'rtlscpienU' BADMDIErT However slight a cold you have you should never neglect It; If you do it have but on'6'result. H'leaves the thloat or lungs, or lirontdiHIs is one ol the most com faon 'affections of a neglected cold, and; neglected bronchitis the most general cause of consumption. Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup is Justine remedy -yon require lo euro the bronchitis. U does this by loosen- ing the phlegm and mucous, ami stim- ulates the weakened bronchial or- Kans, allays irritation and snlidues lif flammatlon, soothes and heals the Il- l-Haled parts and thus prevents It be coining chronic. Mr. It.'P. Sundblad, Francis, Sask, had a very bad cold whkl left mo ivdh-ljronnhllls, 1 Irled cough remedies and'oils of al kinds, but they all failed. Al last 1 go Wood's Norway Pine Syrup and Diphtheria using two tollies I-have never had a sign of bronchitis alncc. I thcre- llshed a Department of Public Healthj, a' bureau of research is to be formed; laws-will ho passed and regulations applicable to all'Canada. This will give us uniformity of Health in 611 the provinces, and Ihe resulting success will be easily apparent lo all. Our own province has likewise estab- lished' a Department of Health. It lias shown awakened activity and I anticipate good results from Iheir ac- tions: They are about to: establish free clinics tor venereal diseases. This Is a move in tho. right direction, be a however, it must .....j tho co-operation of the general public. The sea! of secrecy must lo a degree be broken, the veil lifted, false mddtsly cast aside and diseases looked upon In the sanss llsht as other communicable diseases. This will require a campaign of education, but If the two "P's" the pulpit and the press give Ilieir assistance and are assisted by u few professional lecliir- :rs 1 can have no doubt of a success- ful issue. small Way the Health Depart- ment of this city is doing its best lo combat contagious diseases. Tho sup- port we get is mosl disheartening Hidden cases are everywhere. To 'escape quaranllnc with its Inconven ionce parenls are not only not report ing but actually hiding cases i ol measles and scarlet fever. Children from these infecled houses'have beei atlendjng school. Numbers of cases tt the' peeling stage of scarlet fever lave been discovered and sent home by the school nfirse, Miss Dainty, am notified and upon verifying the Nurse's diagnosis 1 quarantine, hut little use Is Ihero In locking the stable door when :lhe horse has escaped. Have these people no brains, cannot they grasp 'the fact that by their' criminal acts Ihcy are endangering- tho liealth and life.of all the children In the clty3 U lit no pleasant lask supply generous. Bacteriological Laboratory continues, to be.n source of. satisfaction. It oafeguards pur Tvater supply, _our milk, etc. It Is of infinite service, to our .physicians enabling an early diagnosis.of diph- theria, etc. It fs under (ho care of Mr. .Ihe Sanilary Inspector, whose accompanying report covers fully the working of this as well as Mher work under his supervision. Thankingi yon, Gentlemen, manner in whtcl: you have received and met most of my suggestions, and for tho uniform courtesy I have ex- perienced at your hands, I havo Ihe or anyone on ttelr'1 behalf -within 6 daya.froni the date1 at which tlie sc tion was brought, ''cm the sura o with interest at per cent, BF from the 25th, day. of January 1920, till ,date of payment and fo of lie. action. The mortgage .was effected in Hi spring of 1917, aini 'tt.divulged in th evidence that in addition to tlie pa> nients due not even._tho taxes on the land were paid by''the mortgagors. A. B. Hogg, of the city, appeared for the ptelntiff, and, Z.'Jacobs, of Cards- ton, fqr the defendants. ave reached 39.0. inches up to Feb. 5, now promises to beat the fifty llch mark not only break the .verago tor the past five years of nsilay night. nf wns (lie comiiieuaoraunV Of tut ATlli of tho of tin1 iircifr. The following orgjlnjfinf; ibc- cainpiiigti was form- i-d: Dr. I'.. H. I'. Thomson, Hiuruumaii. 17. 1J. irL-adiirert James iliterri'. JauieB DaiWL'ii. Knuik A. XriiUfi anil WuiKlcock. The '.hi1 cntenainuieu; i hy Mis. Wil- aliiK. Corpora! and Mr, Stott, a r-iial hy Mr. l.einera'okler. piano recitiil by Mr. U'iHijniiy. wlio acted as an- comjirtiiirtl ihrnughoul. Short CK wcro given by tlu- i-liairnian, v oti thf.> K, of V. order; by' Mr. J. Hants un the1 campaign, and iiy j -Mr. K. Hairuwiuan un tliy ,was used for the first time, and it will be known as the K. of Valse. Tho campaign for the moving of the Shelter will commence on Monday night with a house-to-house call by the canvassers in the different teams for the districts mapped out. These will wear badges and carry accredited YoarUexs for getting subscriptions. In addition to the city campaign, there will be an -jiitof-town one for the worthy object to which the KiiigbU of. are giving their interest and endeavors. U. S, GOLD FOR ARGENTINE YOliK. V'eb. 21.-Cold vilued ;n IH.rU'O.t'OO has been withdrawn fi-on: tilt- snu-treasiLi-y here ttiis week fur Fhtinnoni 10 Argentina, U was an- nounced coiliiy. ROTARIANS PLAN TO KEEP 15TH ANNIVERSARY A .special service ta t-om- memorate tlie 1'vtli anniversary cf the founding of Hcilary will 5 Ol lr :4.6 inches by 15 Inches, but also to] ireak any record set un. in the past ivo ycara, or for a much longer od for that .matter During the ctonn ot a couple cf days ago, -7.'i inches oT inow fell. briDBins the lolal'-for. the vinler to'46.9 indies. This is al-j aost as mucb as in the record year! of 1914-15 when 49.5 were; recorded. With fifty inches ot snow., much of j hag been laken off by gentle chinooks which allowed 11 to soak into Jie ground, the spring moisture .will be the greatest of any year since the fprlng of 1916, and. fanners are bank- ng on a crop tfciB.year which will .at least pay good money even though ad- verse woather during Ihe growing season may it- front being a bumper. The precipitation so far this month is 1.01 inches as against .62 for Feb- ruary, last. year. Home ISO iiyuitk- touk iKm in dance tlint followed the eiuc-rUinuicul, [and u supuei" was part of the evening's program. A special valse, (-onipiiFed hy Mr. I.etnpHfeliler, bo held in Knti-x t-hurch. Sunday evening. aL which a special sermon will bd preach- ff cd liy-llie Kev. t'upl. Uenoon. AH Roiarians alnl ihcii- nreFent. Armstrong, Blenheim, who lived her daughter, was found dead in bed. So many divorce iirc being honor. Your obedient. servant, i lj. Geo. De Vener, l Medical Health in Detroit that courts are unable up, having about 900 on hail d now, and new at tlio rate of 22 a INFECTIOUS AND CONTAGfOUS DISEASES, c u y, G o 0 1" 'c. 3 'A' 2 rjt A .2 O March April Jlav o 1 0 Julv 'August -September October November December City Cases Outside CMVS of Cases Deaths CHILDREN'S SHOES Has the Important factor of InilMIng feet in infancy ever occurred to ypu? This' can be (lone by Laving, your children's feet propei-ly fit- ted wllh shoes suitable lo.-tho particular foot lo allow lor growtira.3 well as keep the foot In proper shape while-growing. Adults suffers from foot ail- ments, commenced .in infancy. How about yours? BRING THE CHILDREN TO US WE KNOW HOW ASK TO BE FITTED -SHOES FOR ALL AGES to me preaching the gospel ..of good health-.lei be compelled In mr annual sermon to use but one text. Your Duly lo your Neighbor. Shquld, perchance, Ihe-leaf In your prayer book wllh Ihp above on ll.'be lost, buy another iiml read up your duty to your fellow man. 1018 1918 fore can lioncally recommend ft-foi 'coughs and colds." Don't accept IT substitute, for .Dr. Wood's. The gciiulna Is put up in a yellow wrapper; 3 pine trees the tr.ido mark; price.25t and 60c. Maniifaclur- cd by The T.-Milbiirn Co., Uniltcd, ]cpidemi6 nt 1918 almost died Toronld, (he year, '.._'. i j'Jamia'rV of tfiisycnV and lit February W. J. Nelson Co. SHERLOCK BUILDING Healthy for litj.le ones. Give to the K.P.C.S. fund. They'will do the rest. ERR'S --------...........j Daily STdRE NEWS 1'lnni llanisterk-y Ffli-ni. p'ci pail............... SU-J (Jooscbcrrj' Jam, Ktng.npach. per pail Slits Syrup, B. C. Golden Corn und Clover, per tin 32c 1'eachlade. Frulllade, tJrapclade. and Plumlade, 'JOc Ilreakfaet Coffee, ten 76c Tea. per Ib. 75o HOMV, Airline, 2 Ib. glass, eaih 51.20 McLaren's Prepared Mustard, ptf uotllcv......'........ 17c .Mops. Self eacli 65c SPECIAL FOR MONDAY AND TUESDAY Golden CASH AND CARRY E'owder, Cream Clieesu 15c Jk-Lareu'fi' Imperial, jier jar 37c Sliortl-rc.Kl, p3r cake.....% 15c Kollcd ib. bag's. Hob, Hoy brand 60t v Milking PowQcr, P'orcsL City, 1C Oz. tin................... 25c Ilantllcs. cacb Queen Olivos, gallon jars Swcot I'icklos, l-abby's, gallon jara Ever Heady pustless linn llec] .....f..........40c Spanish Onions, per Ib.....19c; GEO, KERR CO. 1355 ED.X 1 FAMILY GROCERS -SERVICE AND SATISFACTION QUARANTEED.X Put jo Pdt joy into the life of the Shelter children by aiyi' K.P.C.S. to i Again Pasteurizing Not Boiling You injure ihe casein in the milk by and make it -hard to digest. Pasteurization absolutely kills all disease germs. Crystal Dairy Limited A dollar for the K.P.C.S. fund. SILK ALL KINDS OF LADIES' WEAR Alic Gentlemen'! Silk Shirts Made to Hill Jack HoUir.gsworth LETKBRIDGE TAXI FOURTH AVE. REAR OF siuMow 408 Sixth 3lreet South (Behind Dominion Meat HOUR SERVICE PHONE 664. German I encolso my usual sc! laglous ami Infectious diseases show number ot cases of cadi dis- ease monthly, annually and Hie num- ber of deaths from oxich. was again our prcdomm.ent disease both in number and'falalllles. The wllh BAILIFFS UNDER ANCTBY VIRTUE OF A 1.1EN AOREiMENT QIVEN BY JOE SCHWARTZ >TO NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. And to me directed againat the goods and chattels of Joe ScliwarU named In the'sald L1en 1 have seized Ino follow- ing goods, namely; ONE LARGE NATIONAL CASH REGISTER, OAK FINISH, ONE DRAWER. I '.Siiiiabjc for any kind of mercantile business. Can be seen at Court Housa by appointment. WHICH I SHALL EXPOSE Ffp SALE, ON Monday, day of February, 1920 At Court' Houee, City of Lcthbrldac, >t the hour of p.m. J. SIMONS, Bailiff. Dated: February Ilth, 1920. P. LUND SON LUMBER and BUILDERS' SUPPLIES HEAD OFFICE: Lethbridge, AlberU YARDS AT Lethbridge, Macieod, Coaldale, Chin, Barn well. ONE OF MR. LUND'S LOGS. AEROPLANE SPRUCE LOG, EIGHT FOOt' 6'lAMETER AT SMALL END. ;