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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PACE OP LIVE LOCAL NEWS TUESDAY, MAUCH9, PAGE SEVEN. PU-turesquc. Scene in Healey is Interpreter O- I "i Local i hearing on Monday afternoon and was continued on Tuesday uiorniug. Tlie accused on his arrest mada a con- fusion to tlio charge laid. against him: lio was committed for 'trial at tlio preliminary hearing, and! In lho present hearing pleaded "Not gnllly." Following the case against Hed Crane there are others against Indians to come. leading out of Standing Alone nnd Snake 1'crsons have to face tho court on tho alleged charge of cat- tis stealing. Several Indian witnesses have been examined, their evidence being translated by Jop Healey, tho veteran Mounted Police Indian scout, wiio is acting as interpreter. MNIY-FIVECENT To the uilInitiated it might appear (hat an Indian pow-wow, or similar ceremony, is beteg conducted iu the precincts of the courthouse, In tha largo lifruy of Indians present, rang- ing froin tbo papoose to tho hoary chief of the tribo with the attendant Bquttws'iiiid the ubiquitous dog who Is n part o'C wherever In- Olau's forgalber.. Tho animal, u black ielrioverr was basking in. lho sun- shine at'thc bottom of the steps lead- ing to tlio court building ou Tuesday while on (he steps two of the ancient'; of lho tribe were smoking the pipe of', peaco in calm and philosophical mood. In tlio entrance ball wero oilier Indians nnd tbo corridors found more of, I he tribe. Ln lho interior of the courtroom Ihe Bwurthy faces of the Ulackfeet domi- nated tho. scene, with n splash ot color in the neckwear of tbe young inicks and the older men of the triho. Jiow by row they filled tho auditorium of. the courtroom, nud tlio hooded, with headgear of various Hilts', wero sitting in the solemn con- clave. 'Here und there was un Indian 1n -a uniform of his own ot blue end Sugar is now eighteen cents a pound fjold trimmings-with earrings depend-; in Jvcthbrldge mid is likely j to be ing irom his rars, together with young within a few days or a Indians' not rut- of adult age. Con-! week. Such was the prohesy made tplcuous amoug tbe lilackfcct present Tuesday- morning by n Chief Mountain To this Sugar is by no moans a plentiful tolor an additional splash was Riven article in I.etlibridge awl Is again in the presence ot uniformed men oti likely to bo harder to obtains tbe A. P. P. and tbo 11. X. M. P., I ncfinei-Ies on the'Pacific Coast ara now tbe 11. C. M. P., though they still (hard up for sugar. It has been.neccs- wbre -Jlielr shoulders the i sary to cancer contracts with Cuban Still 18 Cents Here But Will Shortly Go To 22, it Is Stated thai denoted tho old force which has iiosv taken on the new name. Red Crane in'the Dock 'It was a plcluresfine concourse whicb faced Sir. Justice Ives as ho fiat on the bench. Tho reason for HUE producers because of strikes. Thi.i sugar was to be delivered In 13. C. cities during the -first few uioullia oi the present year. On the other hand eastern refiner- ies arc having their own troubles ob: tinning supplies, and tile added Lethbridge 'Ladies Are Up To Date! Are Lethbrldge women behind the Units? It did not look Like it on 5th St. Tuesday afternoon. tn London and Paris fashionably gowned women are, turning ward the of time and are carrying artistic dolls. The lap dog has become a thing of the past. Lcthbrtdge is right on the job. Many busy and otherwise, stepped to look and remained to wonder. There, as large as life, was a full grown woman, tastefully dressed, tenderly carrying a won- derfully clothed bJ0 wax doll, Ip just the same manner as others have fondled their long and short- haired Up dogs. ploy anv either engineer- Rev. Gore Barrow is Inducted as Rectoi into by the board winch fM works) nro to bo from tho proceeds! of tho sale debentures shall be of tiny Affect whatsoever until the same big assemblage ot (he tribe was tlio territory, that is usually covered by appearance before his lordship ot one U.B u. c. firms endeavoring 'to secure ot the, number, Johnny lied Crane, j supplies in the east, a bad situation charged with stealing and killing, -on i is again cropping up. July' 4th, 11119, n cow" mi the Blood in Calgary roisilers; are Hesorvo, the property of.lbo Kuighl-jaboul twenty-five cent sugar. Weight .Co. The case raino on for j rales from Vancouver 10 Calgary arr .------'practically the E.ima as from-Vnncbnv- U-r to I.ellibridgeiniid if-sugar, goes that h'gh in Calgary there docs not ap-l I pear to be any reason why it not reach the same- high -figure in 1 Letlibridge. Tho sudden Increases in the price of was caused by the IJominion Board of.Commerc3 lifting their ban off the price of Uiat commodity. In an ofticial statement tho board stateU that they wero lifting tlio ban in ord- to the public that they bad Get Difference in Gratuity and Kefund on Passage Money Canadians wlio served with Imper- ial forces in the recent war are entit- led to a gratuity equal to that given by the Dominion government. Xews 'to tills effect was received this morning by L. Turcotlc, secretary of thu Great War Veterans Association. According to Turcotte, tho pb- ininlon government will give siicii veterans the difference between tbt Imperial gratuity and the Canadiai awards. Tliis difference is nppro'xl niately three hundred dollars. Appll- cation forma for this money can ha obtained at the secretary's office o I the G. W. V. A. Dependents of returned soldiers, who have crossed the Atlantic since Armistice was signed are entitled "to a refund of their passage money. This1 will affect many soldiers in tills dis trlct. Application forms for this mas' also bo obtained from the ti. V. 'A Bev. Father .'A. B. Goodman, K.C priest at Merlin, Onf., is ..dead, cldo tbo form of nil debentures, the rate of Interest'the same shall bear. and tie terms of payment thereof. Suggestions made by Ihe meeting e-r-thbso interested in the new Irri- gatlo_n bill tbat is now before tho pro- vincial legislature, held iu the Hoard of Trade rooms .Monday, w-ero drastic. Two Importanl suggestions were affecting tho voting list and tlio irrigation' council. According to tlie bill as It now stands farmer to have the right to vote on irrigatiou matters must bo a registered owner of land. Consider- ablo discussion on this point 'took placo at the morning session nnd In. the afternoon the following rccom- Elia11 received llic assent of the was handed to L. j Chariesworth, me government's rcp-J. See. 2S ID) "The council shall dc- Injsehtatlvo at the meeting: "Tliocs-! prcsslon -'owner' means a registered owner in possession, or a mortgagee 111 nclual'possession, or, if neilher of such person's exist, iiuy person being equitable owner by rcasou of an agree- ment for sale, and with respect to Crown lands means an occupant there- of holding under homestead or prc- omptibn entry and the expressions 'own1; and 'owned' have a meaning similarly restricted or extended, as the .case may bo." This is tho "same definition as con- tained In-the old bill. .The Irrigation Council .The matter ot an Irrigation council occupied considerable time-of tho meeting and resulted In tho following recommendation being iiraue -Sec.'28 "There shall bo an irri- gation counclj appointed by the Gov- ernor in council of the province con- sluing .of. three members or any less number "whose duty it shall be to ad- viso" the. minister upon Ihe conduct of the. affairs; of the district nnd shall havo power pending a decision the .j. Iminlstet to suspend any act or course of conduct proposed to be done or euleredjUpon by (he boa'rd; ;Sec'.''2S "The council shall be entitled-at all times to rcnuire from any Sc-ard such infromation as It may be' in its power, to igvo wllh re- spect to anything done or proposed to be d'onb by "it; "Tbe council nay cm- Ceremony Took Place Archdeacon Hayes Perform- intj tho Ceremony Ing. legal, or financial In order that it may arrive at tho best decision us to the proper mode- ot expending thoi proceeds ot any debenture-issues in, irrow was Inducted as roclor was present to induct the rector. The ceremony was conducted with all the rites of the Anglican Church usual on such occasions. Preceded by the (wo church Messrs. M. Freeman and K. Jones, the new rector, who was...... ported In tho lifo of the enlarged par- ish of St. Augustin. lie exhorted tbo congregation on their duties and call- ed for zeal and devotion In the churcli. Tlio service was altogether'a very Im- pressive one. In the morning Hev. Barrow preached his first Sunday ser- Co-operative effort to increase tho standard -of many breeds of bens in and district is being made In the procession j by the Uthbridgo Poultry Asaocla- i llaytE, went up Jo Ihejtlon. Fourteen or fifteen of jhigb class stocks and are trying" to proceeds thereof until application. shall havo been made Iherefore orL J'10, a.t- for some portion tliercof bv tbo f Oie cnolr uklS? Sec. 28 council shall havo ceremony Tho special superyision ovqr all accounts of tbo "f board and access to all books of C. L. hood.over count thereof "and shall when it deems ,ef "nd advisable cosduct an audit of tbe -l-'.'e A Afc1'- board's, account; Sec. "No rate of assessment fixed by the board shall be effective until tho council." The adjourned after ap- poluting a representativo committee of tbro'e to go .to Kdmonton when tbo bill cornea up in wmmltteo of whole. lho dwelt ou tbo amalgamation and what it pur- Hhow. and in order encourage, breeders to better their -'Stoclts. aru offering these settings. Among the breeds represented .in this effort arc Rhode Island Ueds, WMto Wyandottes, Uarrcd Hocks, Or: pingtons, Leghorns, Aaconas, Minor- cas and others. MRS. OAKES SPEAKS IN PRAISE OF DODO'S KIDNEY; PILLS Now I -mi oullu well ei recently by tho Canadian with tbo company to a total flf She had severe backache before using Dodd's Kidney Pillt but now. she sayj she ij quite well HASTINGS, Out, March the women In Ibis sec- lien who are shouting the praises of Maid's Kidney Pills Is Jlrs. John Oakes, one of qur highly respected realdoutc. Nor does .Mrs. Oakes fail to'glvo the reasons "Hefore using lloiid'a Kidney she slates. "I suffered witli severe backaches. "I am highly pleased witb Uodd'a Kidney Pills. They have given mo Uic best of sallslactlon." In thoflo last-two senlcncos Mrs. Oakca gtvos tho reason why Dodd's Kldnoy Pills are so universally pop- ular with the women oi Canadn. They sivo satlafactiou. Women in all piirts of Canada arc every day stating thai they suffered from kidney ills and I'ouml relict In Dodd's Kidney Pills. If you haven't used Dodd's Kidney Pillt nsk yonr neighbors about Ibem. They havo been in tiso In Canada for moro Ihau a o.umtcr of a century niul saving them money by regulating tlio price of sugar. Sugar jumped two cents Iu Lclh- bridgo following this announcement. GETS C. N. R. CONTRACT NEW YOTtK.'Marcn Amor- lean Locomotive Company this morn- ing announced tho receipt of an order for 12 additional Pacific type locomo- tives from the Canadian National Railways. Tills brings the orders plac- lal havo earned a plnce In the family mod- iclno chest almost everywhere. BESULIOFl PREVENT SLEEP WEAR OUT THE SYSTEM. Tbe dry, backing cough, cough day nnd night is very wearing on the sys- loin. The constant coughing disturbs tlio rest and keeps tho lungs mid bronchial lubes in euch nn Irritated :uid inflamed condition they get no chance to heal. J Vou will find in 13r. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup u remedy without nn for curing coughs nnd colds, soothing the lungs, loosening tho phlegm strengthening. ami healing lho breath- ing organs nnd fortifying them against (serious pulmonary disease. Airs. Krod Falrburn, Copper Cliff, Onf., "I caught a heavy cold, Rot n soro throat and had n terrible i lincldng cough dial I could not get rid j (sf. 1 could not sleep at night. 1 1 bad Irled (inilo n tow remedies, they did not seem to do me much good Until I took Dr. Wood's iVonvny I'ino Syrup. Uy tho time 1 Imd taken two bottles jny cough wns all gouc. It seemed to loosen Mm cough right so that I could spit up tbe that gathered In my tliroal. also look that hot. ni-v, Inmilir; fever out of my brnncliltil lubes. I feel Dial Dr. Wood's has no.efinnl." Price 25c nnd ElOc at nil Pilr up only by Tho T. Mllbtim Co., Limit The tho result of the Second Contest (Misspelt 1st Brie G. Rivers, bos city, 11 errors. 2nd lira. J. Muir, 03? nth St. S., ll errors. 3rd Sirs. A. Smith, 621 13th St. 10 errors. winners of tho first and second prizes succeeded in finding all the errors, tlie prizes being awarded In the order in which lho envelopes were opened. Several competitors succeeded in finding 10 errors. Following Is the official list: Advertisement Error 1 Assiniboia. Music Co. Eucrytbing 2 Twentieth Century........ Illboiis 3 Uom. Bowling Alley ...Kccerallon 4 Crystal Dairy............... Nnt 5 Hylands................ Sepcratn 5 Rylands.......... There (These) 7 Nelson.................... ysllo S Good Co................. Llsonco P Baalim ,._.......'......... Thread 10 MnKlnnoii Acccsorie.i 11 Kc-rr Waster veterans permission to nso the letter a missing letter In making names of cities, towna and villages In (ho third contest. Tills lollor may not bo used moro than onco in any <5no name. Any competitor'having sent In their ?nlallon before the nppcarnncc of lliis __ ________ __________ _. td, -Toronto-) Advortlsomcnl, notice may nmkc unollior attempt. The New THE- IS NOW OPEN And invites you to After- noon Tea from to out charge. Wo are equipped to serve good food at popular prices and Invite your patronage. WILL. REPLACE TIES 'on THIS DIVISION c. p'. n. Is proceeding