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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE NOW Grind SubCbtaf R. MIIR rlxtit mmy. Kuriiiir, I'ualdale; Tilly, Kt'lvsr; 0. Honey. Tho lUncurn' baseball league is ultto to iturt Im- mtMliati'ly tho imiw KIWS. A vtory COH- teUt WHU thtll ptlt Oil. All of tllCKO JU slv o'clock Friday sovciity-llvu Trail Hinsii.... ereil in iho hoys' rlnl) room for the! tii-st .ranil rump. llosidi'S Ilio local bnyrf Coaltiak camps wero present. Immediately upon tlio camp assembling, Mr. rolley proceml- crl to get the (Jrnnd Officers of tho Ouinu oloctod. Tim following wero elected: Urand Chief Hanger, John and prepared tneir table wen, thvn dwurntoil and I for Ihe gyro, where urmreil for the isrem meal conlest for iwnnant took ovouhiiri followed. Talk about buanu diaannear-1 Several Uno relay races wcro r, they cerUiniy did! d'd "CSt After this tin.' grand camp was clos- Tho Iwys then 4-omimted thftir and urged all the camps to start train- resented by one Tho result of the whole- competition for the monthly pennant waw then read off and tho results were as fol- 1. points. 2. poiuts. Trail poiuts. 4, points. 5. Hough 29 points. Although Coaldale won it is evident snrancn that every camp put forth its best scales. effort to win, by the closeness of the points. IE1HSNOW IN MUNICIPAL HAIL INSURANCEDBF. Result of Recent Municipal Councillors by Acclamation (From Our Own Correspondent) WRBN'TIIAM. March 5.--A meeting was held in Ten-Ill's Lake school house ou February 21st for the pur- pose! of nominating threo councillors to llu? council. The three proposed by-laws were j discussed viz.: "Dividing the district electoral "tho Hail In- "the municipal The time previous councillors, Mr. r. In Caesar's Day ftey Hadn't ZdmBuk-bul- the precious herbal oils and balms of the Roman gladiators and charioteers are reputed to have had almost miraculous healing power. Zam-Buk has furnished" their true successor. the halms of 2.000 years ago, Zam-Biik is derived exclusivelyfromrarcherbaljtiiccsandexfracti. The difference is, that you now get them scientifically blended, refined, and concentratad into convenient form for modern use. One touch of Zam-Buk and skin at once begins to heal. Applied to any cut, wound or sore, Zam-Buk swiftly takes out pain, irritation, and inflammation. Powerfully antiseptic anil germicidal, it expels poison find disease from the inner, as as the outer tissues. Us stimulative and healing-agents i jvsriily knit the broken tissues together again. It grau-s nc'i' if by magic. 1f Lnstlv, and most important, Za'm-Buk is absolutely free fitnr. the uniinal fats, minerafdrugs, or other.impurittar, which you find in ordinary salves-find ointments. Zam-Etik gives you 100% pure lierbci! medicine, and it is safe, and reliable to use, even though you have kept the same box for months. Nothing cun take the place of Zam-Buk for cuts, burns, scalds, rheuiiiatism r.r.d and wounds of all kinds, l-'or Ihe little home of ibiK- occun-enrr, and the troubles liVe ulcers, ringv.-orm, poisoned and piles, you will find harhal ituk simply wcmlcrful. Keep it handy from to-day onwards! Save worry and doctors' TRY 1 HIS WONDERFUL HERBAL BALM FREE. To nbtqin trltl lulpll, Hnd HIM dalK of (bis piper Ic. sUMplfor rctira pOHtagi! adrirer..! ZlHi-Buk Co.. Dupoiil SI.. Toronto. All chculttl lad ilcilera MU Zia-Buk, f Oc. I for 11-U. Tho boys thei) enjoyed a good-swim and adjourned. They .went away say- itig )t was tho bust time they had of Fewnary. By-law Xo. 20 had for a ions time and are already looking forward to the next one and the winning of the monthly pennant. The next one will be held April, so i tho boys are warned to sturt and pre- pare right away. THREE CHARGED IN TORONTO MURDER M. Millhani The held on the 2Sth ion, Mlko Miller and A. J. elected unanimously. rrnwt vUtbonto fWKttoB of Its kind, tlic decision was given tor tholTITRK ever put i-lub, _ farmer. AT-rilBV Mucleod school no fur his no trou-j OCCUPY with the teachers going out on I l.O.Vno.S', March itrUce. .Tim only nnnoytncA they ionnllst forces occupied Bcttm. .McCutchiion Uron havo Hold their hiree billlArtl room Mud hurbcr shop to Mr. Urn- out lluwvll of who will con- duct the Dusiucs.n in futiiy. Mr, and Mm. K. (I. Mcl'herton, who havu been vlsltlug rrlttndsBn the count citleif. for Homo woekn, ''uturuod to Vulcan on Wednesday. Mlis Hosn Porter tho of r.lrs. H. C. Jucnufetf for several Uayi this week. Miss Porter who hag re cuntly under gono an operation for appendicitis in Calgary, returned to that city on Tuesday, and will rcsumu her studies at the Spruit-Shaw Bus- iness CSllegc. E. A. Howes, dean of tho facul- ty. nnimrtment ot' Agriculture, Uni- versity ot Alberta, gave an Intensely interesting lecture before the mein- Iwrs of the Community Club on Thurs- day night. His subject was "Tho His- tory of Agriculture." hiivu had is tho niunion rliitinf the a KouterV diKiwtck flmm mart, and keeping somu home a week i utuntlnople. at a time. ____ Propurations for tlio coining fair are now well on tho way. -All the committees lire flnlnhlng their reports and they hopo to have their prize list ready early iu the season. Datum is a slumcly furtifleil on tho oantciii shore of the Black Su and of the chief shipping port! for petroleum nnidnced In thu Caucmn- us region iu Russia. Datum In .Many of HID boys who were over: chief avenue cf supply for ArmenU there when tho armistice was signed j mill it has been dcclnrud that If too arc ready to KO back again and clean city should be in control of thn up if they arc wanted, and they ionalfsts, Itussiau occupation ot were to get tho chance to do it. menia would bo impossible. TOUOXTO, March the murder I Press) Followins the murder of Cecil Sabine, iu his drug store here Jon Saturday uight and a number of which providad for municipal scales failed as it did not secure a, two-thirds major- ity. By-lav Xo. 51 also failed, which, would have divided the municipality into council or electoral divisions. By-law No. 22, which provided for the Warner Municipality to be brought under hall insurance act, carried. War- ner Municipal District is now in the hail insurance district. At the TVrentham poll the result was as follows: By-law (or, 2 against. By-law No. for, 31 against. By-law No. for. 2 against. U, F. A. Meeting On Friday, March 4th, the local U. A. held their meeting in the school. robberies of jewelry and other estab- lishments in Toronto and Hamilton, the Toronto police early this morning placed tinder arrest, at two or- three houses in var the following Connolly, brothers; Win. Roy Hatrum and Walter Hnllz, thejin ot baying binder twine. mot_ j A dance was held in the new sclu airesi, at two or-inree .....-----r. -ious parts of the city ahe were authorized to buy men: Arthur and John a car ot 1 seed oats, and to canvass the district latter being the driver of a big or car which ia supposed to have been used in connection with one or more of these recent crimes. A sixth man whose name is not yet available, was arrested on the charge of receiving stolen property. John Connolly, McFaddcn and Hat- house on Friday, March 4th. .ool The Warner music was eipected hut on ac- count of the bad weather could not The Hawkins' orchestra sub- stituted. The district has secured vices of Mrs. Edith Purdy vuuii auuuu U.ILU rial- i rum, are charged-by the police, with or HKM the murder of Sabine..- Various Ues of robbery and assault in Toron- to and Hamilton are preferred against all the prisoners. Cases Remanded TORONTO, .March till March. 15 were made today in the cases of the six men. arrested on charges of the mur- der of Cecil Sabine, druggist, and- for robbery and receiving stolon property In several casoi. Toronto and Hamilton the ser- of Leth- ior room in the school. .Mrs. Purdy is an ex- perienced teacher and in the meantime has specialized in primary work. We look forward to her coming on Tues- day. Mrs. Leona Nelson of Stirling is spending a few days with her parents Mr., and Mrs. Christenseu. On March 25th (Good the Literary Society of the school are giv- ing a dauce in the school house. The proceeds will go to buy a baseball out- fit for' the school. Giving Some Reserve Moisture j Talk of Maclwd Teachers Striking The Fragrance of "SALADA" Anticipates its exquisite flavour. Send a postal for a free umple. the price yon now aad whether Black, Green or Mixed Addrera Toroato. wi (From Our Own Correspondent) MACLEOD, Mar. snowstorm ot Friday which lasted all day did a lot of good by wetting tho ground a few inches but stopped the plowing and other farm work. Another snow fall of two hours on Sunday night will help make the soli ready for the seed when it comes warm again. Imple- ment men are preparing for the sea- son, but with (ho increased price- o' all articles, sales will be light.. In the District Court last week all the cases brought, by the farmers against the dealers from outside Satisfied People Sing Their Praises WHY DODO'S KIDNEY PILLS ARE ALWAYS POPULAR ______ Although no official intimation has been given there is .little chance of Saruia's tax rats being less than last year. Slillilir-i-. In lil.i famous i ion cif Mull, 1 tuo OiloiMil, nUrting Weilnnndtty, and cftii tuning nil week. (From Our Own Correspondent) VULCAX, Mar. grand con- cert and entertainment held in the Community theatre here last night under tho auspices of thp combined Senior and Junior choirs of the Vul- can union chunm, and under the able direction of Mrs. Marshall Goocb, was one of the greatest success of its kinds ever seen here. The theatre was filled to capacity, and the aud- ience enjoyed the full program which lasted for over two hours from the rise ot the curtain until the grand finale. The program which, consisted, .of choruses, duets, readings, solos, Quar- tettes and instrumental 'selections, was very well arranged, and each number was so well received and loudly applauded that it irould be rather a task 'to choose the most fav- ored ones. There was also a sprink- ling of grand opera, and soma choice bits from the_ Arabian Knig'iiis. The program was as follows: Junior chorus, "Jingle duct, "Japan- reading, "My Stom- ach, Why Do You "Love's Garden of Cornet selections, A. J. Ober; Solo, "Ah, I Have Sighed to Rest Me" ladies' chorus, "Sandy McNab's men's chorus, "Anvil chor- junior chorus, "Butterfly duet, "Our solo, "Wait Till the Cows Come quar- tette, "Kentucky solo, "My Ahi reading, "The Stove-pipe men's chorus, "Admiral's Broom'; "0 and "God Save the King." Perhaps the most stirring anil in- spiring item on the program was "Tho Admiral's' executed by tho men's chorus of ten splendid voices, when nt the conclusion of the last verse the singers formed up In two- Lines, and with a very military "eyes right and they saluted .a largo Union Jack draped at the back of the j stage. This number crested a pro- found impression on ths audience and an encore was demanded In no un- certain manner. .Great credit Is due Mrs. Marshall Gooch. who had charge of tho direc- tion of the entertainment, and {he se- lection of the talent and its arrange- ment; as also.Mr. Wilson, Mr. Grea- cen and in facr every member of the splendid organization. After tho concert the Ladios' Aid entertained the participants in the entertainment al a sulendid lunch- eon which wus served at the church, j when Mrs. .1. Marshall, the president, thanked each and every one for their elforts iu making codtert such a success. The next monthly luncheon of the Vulcan Community Club, will bo held In the 1.O.O.I'', hall on tho 18th in- stant. The Ladiea' Aid have consented j to'supply the lum-lj, and the club has been fortunate enough to secure the services of Mr. D. H. Elton of liridge, who will glvn hit fanunifl lee- ture entitled the "flospel of Hmmlilnt." 'jxpecicd that this nrljl be Mr. Mike Stwone of Queen St. West, Toronto, Is one the Many Who Tell Why He Recommends Dodd's Kidney Pills. Toronto, Ont., Mar.. Kidney Pills are tho best medicine I ever This is tho "statement of Mr. iMikc Stwone, of 1316 Queen St. West, this city. And Mr. Stwoue gives a reaeou; "I had been trying all kinds of medi- he says, "but I never found satisfaction till I1 used Dodd's Kidney Pills." I Stwone has given the reason i why Dodd'a Kidney Pills are'pnnular all over Canada. They give satisfac- I tion. Dodd's Kidney Pills arc not a I remedy lor everything ''under the sun. They are for the treatment of kidney diseases and those diseases that spring from diseased kidneys. It is in treating such diseases they have made their reputation. They have made It by giving satisfaction. They have been used for rheumatism, lumbago, dropsy, diabetes, urinary troubles and heart disease, and the satisfied people who used them are singing the praises of Dodd's Kidney Pills in all corners of Canada. Ask your neighbors if Dodd's Kid- ney Pills are not the best medicin for sick THAT WHITE, WHOLESOME BREAD YOU'SEE AROUND THESE DAYS IS MADE FROM ROYAL HOUSEHOLD CANADA'S BEST FLOUR YOUR DEALER CAN GET IT FOR YOU CITY OF LETHBRIDGE ST. CHARLES KVAPORATED Makes rich Sauce, bafced and creamed dishes. The milh for every use With the cream left in. MILK FROM THE WEST The places where Pacific Milk is canned are big clean country factories full of sunshine and fresh air. Tliey are in the cen- tre of the Fraser Valley Dairy- ing District, and tills milk comes from some of ilie finest dairy herds in tho world. You will like the fresh cream flavor of PACIFIC MILK. PACIFIC MILK CO., LTD. Factories at Ladner and Abbotlford, B.C. P. Burnt A Company, dis- tributer! for Alti. A -Notice of Local 43, Street Extensions; Xo. -1-i Concrete Sidewalks; No. 45 Sanitary Sewers. Notice Is hereby given in pursuance of resolution passed iu Council on the 7th day ot June. A.D., 1920. Tho Council of the City of Lethbridgo intends to construct the following works as Local Improvements, namely. Street Extensions: Local Improvement Xo. 43. Street From To Width 17th St. North 3rd 5th Avenue SO feet Local Improvement Xo. -ti. Street Front GUl Ave. A. S. 12th St. S. Sanitary Sewers: Local Improvement No. 45. To 5SO t'eet Easterly Width ft. 6 In S inch S inch 8 inch S inch S inch S inch 12th St. N. Bth Ave. litb Ave. 643 feet 12th St. A. X. 7th Ave. Sth Ave. feet 16th St. X. lith Ave. 7th Ave. 645 feet 7th Ave. N. 13th St. IStb St. 816 feet 12th St. S. Mil Ave. 600 ft. SontU'ly 600 feet 17th St. S. Sth Ave. Sth Ave. 600 feet And all persons concerned are hereby notified that unless the majority of the owners of tho land to be affected, representing at least one-third of the value thereof, petition the Council against the same within two weeks from the last publication of this Notice, which will be on the 15th day of March A.D. ISfil, such work will be proceeded .with and the cost thereof assessed against the property affected as provided by a By-law iu that hehair. Dated this Sth day of March A.D. 1921. r DONALD A. DCFF, City Clerk NORTHERN IRRIGATION DISTRICT STATEMENT OF CONDITION AS AT DEC. 31ST, Balance per Cash Book...........................................S Add Cash returns from Field......................................... 96.9U Sundry Bank Debits 21.36 Nett Balance per Cash Boole...........................J Balance per Bank Statement Liess Outstanding Cheques Nett Balance in OFFICE .alarlcs Supplies, Etc.......................................... Kent 982.20 Light and Power...................................... 34.-15 Telephones............................................. FIELD Salaries Transportation Kaulpment............................................ Interest................................................? Trustees, including expenses, etc........................ Solicitcr, etc...................... 1.'317.51) TOTAL. ASSETS LIABILITIES Cash 2.168.20 Field Equipment per Inventory......... Ofllce Equipment per Inventory.......-. Flans and Records on basis of material plus OfBce labor1................... of Liabilities over by work ac- complished liy Held forcn In surveys for malting up plans and profits..... iso.466.9ii XoteH Payable at ATTKST: A. SMITH, Official Auditor. Dunning. Secretary-Treasurer. Ad O ;