Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY, MARCH PATLY HKHAUj PAGBBLBVW Prize Winning Stories In The Herald Contest Baisd on Actual of the Early Dayi of Southern Gossip Prom thct" Y" SASKATCHAWAN- OR BUST (By .Christine, Bruce, Commerce, IL was..in thu eurly elKhtieii that we ei.v young men. thrown together by clruifnistanrios fouinl ourselves strand- ed hi Winnipeg the "boom" whon it hrui fhtt like with Hie Himrldd RoKo. a lU'oiossi tiling. The city .had dovclopiiiK naturally when the doUdly disease of specula- tion struck it and it went from bad to worse ending in tlie lalin oC death clotluMl and in right 'mimi at the ruin and bur I ;d their wild money in sticky Manitoba mud. no .uucd thut wo..should 'place as we mounted with a team of-honest Caithfyl oxen who did their dtity without any praise just ;ia tht-'ii' i'ailiers.aii'i.i-Ta'n'dfivtliera liad done down ttirpugii the Vases. Xow lot it be here', that anyone looking foir wild need not Neuralgia I 'stop thte pain I with BAUME BENGUE relief IEWAHE OF JUKTlWESl RELIEVES PAIN Cuticura Insures Thick Glossy Hair Shampoos with Cuticura Soap pre- ceded by light applications of Cuti- cura Ointment to the scalp akin do much to cleanae the scalp of dan- druff and promote the healthy condition necessary to producing luxuriant hair. throughout the ,_. prince George TORONTO In Centre of Shopplno; and Business District 250 ROOMS 100 with PrivatiBathi EUROPEAN PLAN NCtSTT THOMPSON, OCN. KVB AWAY THE PAIN with "ABSORBING JR." pain mny frani Blmtned, torn licimeiiU or nttificlei tliiloc- broken from rmii.e. cul, boil, bone Wen-from or iwpllen ham ftiff thiott, p Absorb i neJ' expert to find It hero, it in u narratiTe nt events happening commonly in' tbc early duyn of the west. One of our number, an Englishman had romance running in his blood, saw himself figuring as the hero In Iniliiin Iiiittles but always coming out on top, bailed chief and made member of the band. carried a tent uud provisions and Bet our. faces westward toward tho getting sun but.it was no Melting SIM; wo were "after it was a glorious sun flooding tho prairie and throw- ing especial loving glances oil one homstead to be. ''Saika'tchewan or. Bust." meaning the river, was the slogan of tho day aiid.Tve made it our .own. Jogged .along soberly over uninhabited prairie, never a human habitation, only tho gopher sitting .up 'at tho door of its home prime and straight in the hack like u Victorian era boarding school miss but If there, were 1110 ibced dwell- in'g placus there were "movies" prairie schooners, camping outfits, j buck-boards, men singly or by twos and threes on hqraebaclc; with pacts I strapped, on making for the great western beyond; Have you seen a foregathering of crows in the autumn when by wire- less telegraphy by telepathy or by some sense not known to us, by mu- atal consent come from all points of the compass excepting the south to certain agreed upon a pasture field with woods around it to discuss and form, plane tor flight! southwards? They come by ones and' twos, by straggling groups and by black clouds of hundreds all talking, talking hut heading; for the trysting place; so did these-loud seekers and adventurers appear, from where had they come-, what pushed or called them from their ..old familiar haunts? Qifr overland route, lay-! for part of way ajopg the1. was stVetehing out toward Broadview but frequently-we made cuts across coun- try. We were like cows ift a clover we had loo" much to choose from so lobked beyond, always beyond. Little fleets of duckfc sailing'so hap- pily on little mirror like lakea were so unacquainted with man that they did not mitrust him and thereby fell n victim to "his gun. One night as we had lain down comfortably for the night (as we supposed) there came a barricading of our tent, thud, thud, j suddenly there came a yell from one I of the company, when .a light _was stftK'k it found ttfat we had 43 u bed fellow a big black cold lizard, outside the tent they were swarming. It may have bean curiosity, that brought them as wild are very inquisitive. One of us, lily more- had "The girl If left behind night with face aglow be wroto to her on an over turned pie plate on his knee. How she would tinge with pride and admiration of his bravery in suth thrilling experiences. A. "weary willie" looking individual came down the line one day and ap- proached our camp. He hud come from Winnipeg .where he had staked his .111 1 arid lost yes, heaps of money." He had to begin all over; When he had his dinner and his pipe going he struck 'oft again for the :R.R. days afterwards we saw a man sighting raila to a long stretched out. gang of men who were laying them according to his emphatic directions, as he moved his hands and gestlcula- tecd to the most distant ones ,he had only time for a nod of recognition. He had started anew to make his pile arid judging by appearances would do it. In course of 'time' wo came to the site of Ileghm that was to be. We passed over the Wascana. or Pile O'bonea river and camped. We were very soon surrounded by Pia-I'ot and his band who squatted on the ground in a circle. Now was the time for our hero to show his mettle, but alas! He was the first to suggest that we move quietly away. Of course we were indifferent but we humored him by moving. We threw our watchword "Saskat- chewan or Bust" to the winds and struck off for the GjU'Appelie valley, where a vision of beauty was spread before us when we reached it. A verse from poems of tho Irish poetess Moria O'Neal; wao" lived in the west for sometime gives a, touch ot the beauty. "Ole would ye' an' would ye! licnr Of tho windy wide Faith 'tis a land as green aa the sea That rolls as far and rolls as froe drifts of flowers so many be Where the cattle roam and rest." Mr, wan of thu Mating last Bunday, uk- Intf the life of JoBwuhjfor aubjccL. >V. 3' Watson, liwnKtitr ot i4 thtt KpDAker tliU and should draw a good crowd judging t'rum tho attention given to him thu lust time he Kixike. Thu third of, the. iriid-iluy woelily Uftituu survtcvs wj-8 fairly well at- tended. Thf Rfiv. T.'D. Jonos of tho United Church took tuo 'Timsloms of Judas" as his nubjodt, showing how covetousnews and onvy WWi! the sins which culminated in Ms Kreat crime. Tho Bpeakor next week will be tho Rev. C. E. Cragg. Mr. Martin's Chinese IJIble Class will moot ae usual on Fridhy. In the gym tho business men's class is rftill at its zenith and the first Imlf of their bueket-ball league Is nearly "Konrers" still rctin- ing the lead. A team of business muu mot and defeated a team of seniors on Thursday evening -at- volley-bull. The bamkftbaH tuimi lost to Uiiy- tit inhibition putney bot.li lining uud local lliiw year ;irt! u on llu- miutll side-. The TuxU'bnU- leusm1 is, KOMIK strong-ami thnro.wiiK :i groat game- (in 1 tln> atid unproiiounceably IH'IIKM! team from Wesley C'huri'li. Tho former- wun after a tfri'tflc batllr. having had tin; load nearly all the Knnie. Hy (lie way. if iuiyoue would like lo know l.he ror- roct name of ilie latter learn a sit Carl PruHHi-r-ho knows. The Juni'jra' baseball league is hav- ing a roll week but will be in full swing Again on Monday. it will bo impossible now lo start the swiimnins campaign till af- ter the Father and Sou is over. The Trail Rangers were paving their grand camp last, nigfit but de- tails are not yet to hand, ,but taking '.wo games, and they can ivould judge, from tho noiao thai, there do it again any old time! I was something, doing. Tho seniors' class keeps up Sir. Petley informs us that the big numbers and sonio tho fellows are I feature of the "Father and Son Cam- been sin number of boys are going into special training for this, so they say. The Ivonian Club met as usual on Thursday ror-lunclieon at the Mr. Crawford, of the High School be- ing the special speaker. For the third week in succession Wailo Ridputh won the prize for high- est score in the bowling alloys. This time he rolled 214. In the "Y" bowling league the I. H. C'.. still head tho list with 7 points. 1 onitlom I____________ ___ I Estimates Will Show Reduction When Brought Down the Coming Week OTTAWA. Mir. eablntt It ipendlng a busy wenk-ond in final revision of the estimates. The are being hold today, morning and afternoon, and probably will be continued tomorrow. The esti- mates, when submitted to the house during the coming ufe'ek are expected to ihow a consider- able reduction in expenditure as compared with the estimates for last year. i VANCOUVER MAY HAV2 j STREET RAILWAY f.TRSKE VANCOUVKR. Mar. Viill- nx.'n by thi; Co- lumbia Lllecti'ic are consid- fi'ins .iohnny liic electrical workers on blrikt1, niunibers of tlie union dp- c-Ureci A meeting to consider the matter will be held Monday night. taking advantage of the facilities in j the gym to start training up lor the j for FridayL March A football season. Mr. Kirby's boiiiig class lias start- ed lu and now members are rolling; in til the time. If you see any fellows walking around with black eyes you'll know they were members of the "Y" boiing class. More and more fellows are'getting into the wrestling same and there are three instructors now including George JlcKilloi) with his high school class. Word has not yet been Every Winter She Suffered between Lethbridge and Edmonton. Don't Neglect Your Skin I received as to where the provincial j though the Hoarding Club have (i championships will be held. It rests I points and haven't lost a game yet. I ]u averages for the Wright Civu. j'Marlin lias jiushed nidpath out of first place with an average of ITT against while Cascadden comes third with 1J3. There has been (iiiitn an epidemic1 of checkers lately and there is a dark home from Edmonton ready to put- any players through their paces. Checker and chess boards are avail- able at all times in the reading room, i From the Chinese field we hearj that the Y. M. C. A. is taking a prom-: incut part in the famine relief work.; In a great many cities the "Y" sec- j retaries have been appointed as see-; retaries ot the relief work. j Tlie Indian news budget tells us! that "The Y. M, C. A. in India has been imitated by-non-Christian organ- izations. TJiis is vouched I'or by B. H. MqClalm National Secretary at Cal- cutta, who writes: 'During the course rom BRIEF J Y Mill Mother tetter for the liquid wadl for cciema. from a sufferer who had chronic it-, covering her winter after winter. Mri. Ju. U. Ryder of N. B.. of the dollars spent with other! Temedtef. of her (iiffcrinf Aid dUhf-lircment, winter tfter winter, of with OH bottle of D. P.P. If you have not been rttdfaf the wwkly let-; ben from tafferen, all healed, raott' ?f them after eipcniiTe and i trcataieiits, in and we wilt tell what D. done rifht JD your own! aeiehborhofld. We don't ta f that the flut bottle will five you nliei or your mqpey back. Stop that itek at CMC. kottlfl. Try D. D. D. Soop, too. m lotion for SWn Pweese; J. D. HiginboUiam Co., Limited, Dniggiats, Letbbrjdge. fefr days' treatment with CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER FILLS will do more to dean up the skin than all the beauty treat- ments in crea- ation. An im- perfect com- plexion is .caused sluggish liver. jsras'sf CORNS Lift Off with 'Fingers WHY "ANURIC" Before an Insurance Company Trill take a risk on your life the examining physician will test the urine and re- port whether you are a good risk. When your kidneys get sluggish md clog, you suffer from backache, sick- Association, a prominent leader of the I and pains ot lumbago, rheumatism Mohammedan faith admitted that and gout. The urine is often cloudy, they had .tried to follow the College! (un Of sediment; channels often get Branch of the Association in its work f sore aleep ;3 disturbed two or for students in their Young Men's i Mohammedan Association, but had faile'd, and he sought the co-operation I e Y. M. opening a hostel j for J [SENATOR UOiERTSpN LAUbED'PdR KEEPING PEACE IN CANADA times a, night. This fa the you should consult gome phyiicUn of as Dr. Pierce, Doesn't hurt a bit! Oron u Httlu "Frtjp.zone" on an aclilng corn, instant- ly that corn fetops hurting, then short- ly you lift it right off with lingers. Truly! druggist sells a tiny hoitla of for a few cents, suflicient to remove every hard corn, soft 'corn, or corn between the toen, and tlie calluses, without soreness or irrita- OTTAWA, Mur. the work of induHlTiul councils should ho the .basis of orgunifctid, effo-t 'between employer and employee with- out which there cbiilrt not be the same j ccmtrol and stability, was one of many j interesting statements made'by Sen- minister of labor, in an adrtrefla on industrial relations yes- terday before the Ottawa branch of Uw Btigliieoriiig of Canada. Col. C. Edwards, chairman, paid trlbiite to the effort's of Senator Rob- ertson'-and thfi labor department to bring about a hotter under- fitamllnS' Col. Edwards that if Cunnda had enjoyed remarkible free- dom from industrial trouble, it was due in no smftll' measure an. tact of the department ot labor. Senator Robertson addressed thfi gathering as "His Fellow because, lie stated, all were working, building and planning in tlioir own particular sphere." with tlie necessity of realiz- ation of duties ot citizenship, Senator Robertson said there had been a len- fleney on the part of employers to look on Liui profit side of thsir Inisl- ness, rather tliun. .look on i.iie other side, the iveliare and .lajipinusfi of their-eiuployees before ompioyeea de- cided that it was necessary that they should organize. Up till llui time, M. Y. Send him lOc for large trial package a! his new (ahti uric Write him your symptoms in a sample of urine For After- Chapped Skin, Burru, Scalds, etc. OZEMA You arc not 0 x pc hmcuL- 1 n g when JIMS Dr. Chasf's ohn- HH'lit fur anrt Skin Irrilii- lions. It. mtluvc-s at unco iintl grurfu- Ju-als tho skin. Haiiiplo hox Di. ''s OiiiiniiMit free i! you nientton this puiifr iindfUMHlL'c.sEjiinp for pout age, a box; all dealers or JiUmanson, iiatea CD., Toronto. Comfort Your Skin With Cuticura Soap and Fragrant Talcum Sold everywhere. Own. Depot, Hoap. Oolnlrnent. Talcum, -fie each. Limited, Piul BRAZIL MAY PURCHASE BRITISH DREADNOUGHT TUO JANEIRO, March is considering the purchase froni Greaf Britain of the dreadnought Aglncourt. which has been offered to thin coun- Agincourt, tonw. was being built j in u. British nuvy yard for Turkey j tiie war broke out. After Tur- j koy bad joined tho central empires, j work on the vessel was completed ami i slio w.as named tho Aglnccuri. I U, S. AMBASSADOR I BIDS KING FAREWELL I w. Davis, i the retiring Uuitod took official leave of I George today. Ho nnd Mrs. Davis luncheonod with the klnjf tiud (juaoti j at Buckingham Pnla're, when: Html wyro Kiiiil. x SMOKING TOBACCO and more yroarfJon and this where OXO it of value it fanptftt strength to rwtet the attacks of dte- ease, and thus it A powerful of health and well- being. AUCTION SALE OF COWS WATCH I FOR 16 On the old clVry ranch of Lloyd Devlne, two couth :jf jail, miles southeast of L ethbridge. About 30 Head of Choice Selected Of iry which wilt In; offered Cur sate and gold wit I; a large amount, ot implements. J. A, SMITH, AUCTIONEER. 1 AUCTION SALE THERE WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT LETHBRIDGE AT THE BREWERY BARN (One Block West) Next Wed. Afternoon, 2 o'clock Sharp TERMS CASH. NO RESERVE. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer AUCTION SALE HAVING RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS FROM MR. T. B. BOWLBY. ADMINISTRATOR OF THE ESTATE OF W. J. LUST, COAL- DALE, I WILL SELL WITHOUT RESERVE THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PERSONAL PROPERTY ON NORTHWEST QR. SEC. 8, TWP. 9, RGE. 19 THREE MILES CAST OF COALDADLE, AT 10 O'CLOCK A.M. SHARP, ON THURSDAY, MARCH 10TH TWENTY-FIVE HEAD OF HORSES 1 1 Brown Mare, 1400 Ibs., 10 years: 1 Black Mare, 1500 IDs., 10 years; 1 Ba5''Geldlng, 1BOO Ibs., S ynare; 1 Black Mare, 1400 Ibs., S years; 1.Brown Mare, Ibs., 7 years; 1 Bay Mare, 1350 Ibs., 7 years; 1 Day Mare, 1550 Ibs., 6 years; 1 Bay Mare, 1450 Ibs., 5 years; Rrnwn Mare, 1350 Ibs.. 5 years; 1 Grey Mare, 1350 Ibs., 1 years; 1 Brown Mare, 1400 Ibs., 8 years; 1 Grade Stallion. 1700 llts., 8 years; 1 pair Mules, 2400 ibs., 7 years; L pair Mnles, 2300 Ibs., 8 years; 1 000 Ihs., years; 1 Bay Mare, 2 years; 1 Saddle Horse, 10 years; 8 Last Spring Colts. ,2 Milch Cowi, fresh 6 months; SO Chicktni; 10 Alfalfa Hay; 300 bus. Oati. Hooscr 16-inch doubla disc press drill; 1 I. H. C. 10 ft. iluckfoot cultivator; I Cockshutt triple disc plow; 1 3-siiution lover barrow; 1 6-sectlon steel harrow; 1 double disc, S ft.: 1 new McCormick S ft. binder; 2 wagons; 1 grain 150 lius.; 1 triple wag'ou box; 1 democrat; 1 Ford 5 sets doublu work barness: 12 borse collars; 1 cream separator. HOUSEHOLD range, good as 1 cook stove, 1 kittficu cabinet. 1 kitchen table, 1 dining-room table, chairs, cooking utensils, and other household furniture. TERMS CASH PETER LaVALLEY, Auctioneer, c-o Dowsley Land Agency, Phone 1S09, Lethbridge. T. P. BOWLBY. Administrator for Mrs. W. J. Lust. AUCTION SALE tpBIPMEKT and WSEHJIID EFffCTS THERE WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE FARM OF S. C. MERIDEW, ON SEC. 8, TP. 4, R. 23, WEST OF 4TH MERIDIAN LOCATED ABOUT FOUR MILES SOUTH OF SPRING COULEE ON TUESDAY, MARCH 15TH COMMENCING AT 1 O'CLOCK SHARP 1 teui'n Of Black Geldings, 7 years, weight 11300 Ihs.; 1 team nf Oroy JVCareB. 7 yeur.3. weiyht 2700 Ibs.; 1 lllack 6 years, l.tiiil llio i 5 MO" 1 years, lliOO 1 Brmvu Mure, 9 years, 1200 Ibs.; 1 Brown'Saddle M.-rijs. I) vecire; 1 Ycarlins Colt: 1 Milk Cuw: 15 Chickens; -1 sots Heavy Work HnniCBS; 2 Wagon's with Ciraill TankK; i Hay Racks; New" Domoiirat, 2 seats: 8 Mansey.Harris Binders; 1 Deering Hinder; i! .John Dopro Gans Plows: :i Deerins -Mowing Machine; 1 Kngino Gain; "Verily" Plow, 5 bottom; 1 Saddle; 1 Gasoline Enginfc, I.H.C.. h.p.; 1 Cream beparator; :j Iron Bella: Table, Book Slfln Hoard, tlook Stove. 2 llnaters. Churn, Chairi. Many small fp'ticles too to mention. FREE LUNCH AT NOON TERMS CASH S. C. P. LaVALLEY, Auctioneer Owner. Care of Dowiley Land Agency, Ltthtorldgc.