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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 2, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TENr THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY WEDNESDAY MARCH BY THORNTON W, It js 60 wltli us humans anil it is more BO with the little people ot the Green Meadows and tho Green Forest. Weather lias a lot to do with their comfort anrt happiness snd with their fears anil worries. Just tslii1 the case of Danuy Meadow Monso. Had tho .weather remained very fold lUnny would have been spared sever, al to be exact, 'iou sen Jimmy and Mrs. Skuiik and their tcvcii children would have, remained a while longer and that would have made a difference to Danny and N'amty Meadow Mouse. I "You seo it is this way." explained j Danny to Peter Rabbit, having re- lumed from carrying tho news to Xaiuiy Meadow Mouse. "We've got live babies." "WhatV" cried Fetor, lookins quite as surprised as ho felt. "Aren't you ;md N'anny startius season pretty rarly? I don't see how those babios such cold weather." Danny Meadow Mouse grinned. Conservatives Have All Iitains of Repeals 41 li lilt1 .vre called in the CHEQUK ARTISTS ARE WJSY ROUND TABER Our Own-Correspondent) TAHEH, Fob. oxlierionco of tlw worthless chcquo artist who ro- foil Info tho hands of tho police here, does not seem to have dotorred others in following in his wake. A week ago, a youth working tho 'vlc- in'.ty attjmpted to pass two or Ihreo cheques, and ?ot somo money, but was soon Iu the toils. After consideration of case ho was lot off. owing to youth anil iuosperlence, and littlo said. Another case has since develop- for tho wreck at Porter. Hid., last Sun- ed which tho offender appears to' day night In which oT persons woio married man, several of the bus- killed, today had been 1'oeJ as far as inr-SH places having boon victimized, officials of the railroads halved were 10 the extent of nearly 3100. In this concerned, upon Engineer W. S. Long case it appears that tho issuer at and Fireman G. V. Block oi the Mich- Fireman Flits From Wreck Probe Engineer Long Cannot lie Seems To Rest on Him CHICAGO, March SomeLackyFeDowWiDGetBongalowFree Hi'ii. II. Ferguson in a j drawn, !l ;it a liy j coverv the once had a power of afternoon. Af-1 torney from his tho legal Kur.oy tlreu' attention point is involved, of whether the to have been I paper was issued after it was with. or before, in considering re- The cheques being returned "that the 1'5 COM- indicated something not right with as' only tho the drawer, and the interested parties .Abating talent, but! arc taking action. V. Kose, who lias been occupying .the Maynard residence on C St., dur- i ing thu absence of Mrs. Mayuard in .vas serious and England, has purchased the Bates answered Mr. I'crgu- j house, at of Konaston Avo legislature." knott' U" M'.'. rocily reported. The ground Tiey-are'comfortable they grub, suppose them himsrie: the him he. "The'.' are in a warm, snug honr and Nanny doesn't leave them long at a time. She is a good mother, Vannv is. 1 guess vre are the first on the. Green Meadcm- to llave babies: this year, but we believe in big Earn-! Meadow Mouse famil- -Why'" ies. and we hope that home will mitted Peter. full of babies most of the time from now until tho coming of winter again. 1 did iiopo that this lot of babies, would bo bis enough to at least partly look uiit for themselves before Jimmy and Mrs. Skunk awoke. That is why ur upset me so. And you say shall SL'.V yes, substantially." attorney-general wanted to Mr. FerguFnn hail been re- jom'rUy in his reference to ions it- V.U'.i and luid said the result duo to ar. epidemic of yrtpria.'1 'll.Mi. Mr. also admitted this was correct. "Some of the speci- mens oi the hysteria are sitting op- j.osite me now." IIP said. Mr. Fergu- son cauiinued: "1 am glad tho at hey lind a grub in than Was Jimmy lias brought this to the Gre-n Meadows attention oi the house. I made tne statement in all seriousness and an- appendicitis. It was found, how. First St. North, and moved in last Friday. A. J. Maynard, manager of the Commerce here, will leave for England in about three weeks, after which he will occupy the post of man- user at Portage la Prairie, Man. C. Cochlan. of Carruansay, will suc- ceed Mr. Maynard at Taber, and oc- cupy the C St. Residence. Willia Hart of Retlaw. is convalesc- ins here, after an operation for mast- oid. performed by Dr. Tolmie. Harry Fox, the genial city foreman, taken last week to the hospital "lie was 1'eaded to-vard them" ad-1 rarontly it has got under his skin." ever, that an operation was not neces- sary at present, and Harry is now about at the hospital, though not yet "Because, stupid, it is important, that I should squealed Danny. "There is very little for the Simks to eat at thia- season excepting us.'1 exclaimed Peter, looking startled. "What do yon mean by Danny Meadow Mouse chuckled. It MARINER IS CLUBBED TO DEATH GIRL able to work as yet. Miss Hannah Bell, of Medicine Hat, I arrived today on the noon train, to Miss Olive Keeley, formerly of tho Commerce staff, left on the after- train for a visit to Eastern In Central passenger train. statement last night, General Manager Shearer of the Michigan Cen- tral, declared that Long and Block "violated rules and regulations in fail- ing to observe anil properly obey sig- nal indications." Long, early today at his home in Jackson. Mich., refused to say any- thing about tho result of tho railroad officials' inquiry until be had boen re- leased from his 'pledge to his super- iors not to discuss the accident. Inter-state commerce commission representatives who arrived at the scene of the wreck yesterday were preparing today to esamino the tower machinery at the crossing at Porter, for a federal determination of re- sponsibility. The last of the wreck- age, beneath tho New York Central. engine, had been examined with no traces of further casualties. Long Disappears JACKSON, Mich., March 2. Wil- liam S. Long, Michigan Central engin- eer, who has been charged with re- sponsibility together with his fireman, for the accident at Porter, Ind., in which 3T persons were killed, has left his home here, it was learned this morning on inquiring at the family residence. Members of the family re- fused to divulge his whereabouts. B. C. HOPS FOR BRITAIN LONDON, Feb. future hops an the inquest In-1 nooa murder of Capt. George The above is a photograph of :i bungalow hat a being given aw.y .to some lucky holder of a ticket which will, be given to each indiv dual who .witnesses tho Homo Uuildins Show of Winnipeg to be held the Boirt of Trade lluildlng. Winnipeg, on alurch 26th to April Jnd. Tho value tt this bungalow is S4.000. BRITISH TANKER MISSING BOSTON, .March British tank steamer Ottawa is missing. She has not been reported in a month. She sailed from Norfolk for Man- chester, England on February 2, JUDGE LANDIS' NEW JOB HIT BY THE HOUSE JUDICIARY COMMITTEE WASHINGTON. March ance by Federal Judge .Landls of the position as baseball arbitrator is in- consistent with tho full and adequate performance of his duties as judge, and constitutes a serious impropriety on his part, tho house judiciary com- mittee held today in full investigation at the next session of congress, of impeachment charges made by Representative Welty. Dem- ocrat, Ohio. The report of the sub- committee was adopted unanimously by the full committee, although Chair- man Volstead reserved tho right to file a minority report. TRAFFIC SURCHARGE FOR EXCHANGE 14 PERCENT OTTAWA, Press) railway commission has iliod the rate of exchange In connection with shipments of freight between Canada and the United States from March 1 to March 1-4 inclusive at 14 U per cent, and the surcharge on tho said traffic will be 9 per cent. replied Danny Meadow Mouse. "'Jimmy was fat and lasy then. There (mostly on Meadow Mice for a living. crickets fat beetles and white anibs for a hundred Skunks, and hardly anynav. Coyote, and Farmer Brown's i of them, and Nanny and me with family! As if we didn't ries enough, what with L Owls, and Foxes am" had often expressed play and had told him of tv.-o prev-1 iotii attempts to murder him by pois- j on and the .other time by tampering j with the cellar steps. t foul j Wants To Know About which has been in vogue for Borne time. In order to be placed on a level with British-grown hops, the importer a nimble Meadow Mouse. But tilings different now. You said yourself that Jimmy and all the mem- bers of his family are snry. That is because they have lost all their fat. And they have lost their fat because- they have found precious little to eat. ana farmer n s T Tiuirovaii1 And now nino hungry NAflONAL DEFENCE, Black Pussy! Skunks roaming about. Did ever any- body have so many worries as a poor little Meadow (Copyright. 1021, by T. W. Burgess) The next story: "Peter Has a Happy Thought." MANY INDICTED IN i send a representative to the next meeting of the council to be held in N. Y. BUILDING FRAUDS 1 Aprll. )t waa learned here this after- noon. The .reply ,was cabled to Wash- NEW YORK, March handed down yesterday by the sae.cia! grand jury investigating an al- leged building material combine against "4 corporations and 40 indiv- ington by the United States embassy early in the afternoon. Concerning the island of.Yap. the reply says the council was obliged to accept the decision of the supreme iduals comprising an alleged "cement j council. It indicaW. however, that the trust." After the indictments were handed down, Attorney-General Hand said: :it can be reasonably eipected that a successful prosecution of the combina- tion wiU'contribute to bringing about wholesome condition struction industry." In the con- (JOUNCIL OF LEAGUE INVITES U. S. TO SEND ITS REPRESENTATIVE PAP.I3, Mar. council of the League of Nations in its reply to the United States note on the mandates question invited the United States to Had Bad Cough For Three Years whole question may be re-opened if the Washington government sees fit to send a plenipotentiary to discuss the matter. IT U. j OTTAWA, Marclu W. D. Cowan, Regina, is asking the govern- i ment about the briquetting plant now I being erected at Bienfait. He wants I to know when tho plant will ba com- YVASHIXGTON, March pieted, how the product will be hand- tlon of a federal "department of what price and what amount tional defense" in which the army j federal government money has and navy and a third division having, been expended in connection with It. to do with aviation, would bo bined under one cabinet officer, has GENERAU to President-elect .-._ Government Briquetting Plant in Saskatchewan'o'f hops" from British Columbia or _ ______ (other parts of Canada must produce proof of the origin of his produce. FAVOR SELLING BEER VANCOUVER, Fob. execu- tive of local branch the G.W. V.A. and the Army and Navy Veter- ans has passed a resolution. favoring the sale oi beer and wine. OF C. P. H. 18 DEAD been recommended Hardins by Senator New of Indiana, generally regarded us ona of Mr. jiON-rRE4Tj, March P. E. rlartllng-a most trusted advisers. i aged 53, auditor of tho Canadian Pacific. Railway, died sud- REPEALING WAR LAWS IN STATES donly last night, following an attack of heart WASHINGTON, March Congres- i sional action has been completed on i the resolution to appeal virtually all j of the war laws, the house voting to, concur in the senate amendments. The inm measure now goes to the president, i HIKERS IN OTTAWA OTr4wx Mar 2_j0hn Behan fathsr EOn, hilisr3, arrived in Ot- shortly after midnight last AIRPLANE SWEEPS LOW OVER BATHING BEACH, KILLS 3 NEGRO WOMEN The Lever food and niel law would be 'flre after tbsj. fett Hali. constant hacking, racking, per- cough that sticks to. you in spito of everything you have done to PBNSACOLA, Fla., March ping pri its left wing after doing stunfs until it had run into a kite Sown hy a small boy and the string had hecftme hooked to its tail, a .sea- plane piloted by Ensign John W. Al- corn, a former circus performer, swept low over a bathing beach frequented by negroes and with its left wing just clearing the sands, killed two negro women and injured two negro children and another negro woman waa so sev- erely injured that they died a few hours later. Alcorn was Jrrested pending an investigation while the authorities began search for a woman and a man who had been his passen- gers. The seaplane after tho acci dent landed on the water with a brok- en wing. the kind that is Bet rid of it, dangerous. The longer the cough sticks, the snore serious menace it becomes to your health. There is no remedy that will relieva coughs coughs that won't let ANTI-SOCIALIST DEMONSTRATION, ITALY TRIESTE, March anti-Social. .st demonstration occurred here on EO--I Monday evening as a result of an as like Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup, i sassinatinn of a member of the Nation It has a healing and soothing action nlib[ party, who was returning from on the air passages, and at the a jn pnia. in celebration of time acts as a disinfectant of the tllo annexation of the region to Italy respiratory organs, destroying tho, headquarters of the SonalnU mohg the laws repealed. MEDICINE HAT FIRE N_ s_ Benan carrica a seal- ed letter from the mayor John, N. B., to the mayor of Vancouver. MEDICINE Hat, Alta., .March V garage, two cars and a tractor, the iroperty of the Canada Land and Irri- gation company, were destroyed by- fire this morning. Insurance of was carried. DIES SUDDENLY YORKTON, Basic., March Me- Pherson, manager of the Yorkton branch of the Massey Harris company, died suddenly last night while read- ing a newspaper. Mr. MePherson came west from Toronto last fall and is sur- vived by a widow and one child. WILSON GOES TO COLUMBUS COLUMBUS, O.. March chase of Catcher Wilson from the Bos Braves, was announced today by Manager Rowland of the Columbus club of tho American association. CHAMBERLAINS 50 Tried and Proven An article must havs exceptional merit to survive for half a cen- tury- Chamberlain's Cough Rem- edy was first offered for sale in 1S72, nearly fifty years ago, ani it has grown steadily in favor and popularity ever since. Try it for your cough or cold and you wil understand why Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has enjoyed euch a long period ot favor. 35c and 65c COUGH REMEDY This Is the Way They Skate in the West i that produce serious lung corn- plications. Mrs. John Miller, Minlmrn, Alta.. had a very bad cough for three years. I went to neveral doctors and tried different cough medicines, but nothing seemed le help me. One day a friend told mo about Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup. p.nd after using several bottles I be- came completely relieved. I nlwayn keep a bottle in tho house, aud recommend it to others, Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup has bean universally used for over 3fl yanrv nm] nn Frpat llils its success, it is only natural that a great 'many imitations have been placed on the market. The gcnulno is put up in a yellow wrapper; pine trees the trade mant; price Sac. and 60c. a bottle; manufactured only by The T. Milburr. Co., Limited, Toronto, lilqu completely burned out. In ron- :tion with thu demonstration "work- ers burnpil tho Mar com- pany's shipyards. A large oil works nearby also was afiiro and is Pltll A strike has been I declared and all the in the city I have been to half mast. ENGINEER AND FIREMAN ON PENN. KILLED WHEN TRAIN WRECKED IN FOG Pennsylvania lr-avini; PUUbiU'g :it p.m.. :ni'l due in .Yew York at ran into a freight train at Tiailey'g Sla'Ion, WR nf early fodn 11 1 i Kline engineer, ami W. V.. Kmlth. lireman. Three nasscngr uer IIMHK i urn cd. The wreck WHS due to a ro: THE "FLU" Dare Not Return The "rlu" will certainly a v.'arro reception this winter if i: dnrss liow its ugly iu our peaceful midst, for peoplo confident BOW that they can deal it such a blow it will nuver survlTC. In every villigo, town and city in Canada, families aro fortifying telves with the greatest "Flu" am- .munition known to ley's Bronchitis Mixture. Coldn, eougin, advance gtiardi oi .mat irith withering fire, and jelief from troubles is suro everr time. hundred thousand C'anadiauB art only too willing to not fail io do for you what it his done for others. You have everything to gain and nothing to lose, as it under a monoy-book guarantea to bullish coughs, colds, broncuitis, i bronchial asthma and prevent you 'from getting the "Flu." It is not rrrup. but a seientifio mirtnia, 20 I times stronger thai any other congn cure. One doio gives instant relief. Price, 75 cents. Taie no substitute. None genuine HIT signature. Aak ymir urugfiilt SOI.D IN LETHBRIDGE BY THE STOKES DRUG CO. THE FLAME THAT GETS RESULTS is the osy-acteylene wielded hy na iu a way that prodnces the lineal and. strongest welding. We can weld any- thing and everything In hard temper- ed steel or other metal. No use cast- ing metals into the junk pile when welding will suva it. LAWFORD WELDING CO. Opposite Ltthhrldae Hotel. Attention, Poultryman! Representative for local ter- ritory for the only HOT WATER ELECTRIC INCUBATOR on the market. Liberal commis- sion and co-operation. NUNGESTER HOT WATER ELECTRIC INCUBATOR CO. 148 Princess Street, Winnipeg, Man. BUYING STEEL RAILS TORONTO, March k aiinoum ed today that the Toronto tion comnilssi )j wl h nr t rji m ber takes over the Toronto stivci. Railway as Ji municipal ownor.-Oiip proposition, IH p if ini, u P -i foi Iff! rails to the extent of on" 'tiilliun dol- lare. lanny sk.itlns carnival number of society eteran of Somme and Vimy Ridge Freed of Tanlac Has No Equal. For the benefit of my comrades may be suffering as I was on re- urning from overseas, I want to toll a wonderful thing Tanlac has een for said Ernest Cham- agnc, of 545 Langside St., Winnipeg, Mr. Champagne iras in France with he Seventeenth Battalion and was in wo of the fiercest battles of the war, 1my Hidge and the Somme. He is, iow a valued employee the Cnnu- :ian Railway Co. "After returning from the treneh- ._." he said, "I began to suffer ter- ribly from rheumatism. My legs were so badly crippled up I eonld hardly walk, and then my arms and should- erfe became affected. "I had constant and almost unbear- able pains in the back. My appetite ett me, my stomach became so dis- ordered that whatever I ate upset me and I had splitting headaches. Most; about twenty pounds in weight and got so run-down I gave up all hope of ever being well. "But since taking Tanlac I am as good a man physically an I ever was in my life. Actually, every trace of j my rheumatism is gone and all my; other aches and pains have left me.' My appetite is fine, I sleep good every night and have gained ten pounds in weight. After my experience I know j that Tanlac is worthy of all the good things that are being said about it." Tanlac is sold in Letlibrldge by J. D. Higlnbotham Co., vertisement. MOTHER! "California Syrup of Figs" Child's Best Laxative Accept SjrnP of I'lgi for the name Cullfornl.i on tho package, then you are sure your child ii having tho best and moi' harmless) physic for the littlo stomach liver and bowels. Children love Its fruity taste. Full directions on oacl bottle. You must nay Right or Half Right? you will right if you can make a good guess The Herald Football Competition Prize list jumps agam this week from to wi th a First Prize ot Get In On It! ;