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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL TU LOCAL WHKU TOD IXrtCT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, ZIHO FACES HIS PnUfc Lust your........ tn.tn.lt Case Will lie Heard During: the j Criminal Assizes in Macleod i INCIIYINFEB. Annual Convention Under Way Program of ArWresses About four inches of snow is over ilio ratlru bridgo (if thu C.I'.U. Trains have not been iiueticT- red with aad arc on schedule. The snow buing light it has 'uot been futind uetei- sary to jiut on allow (ilo'.vs. Tliu storm is a warm one the. lowest tumpuraturo reported being B above. 1''P till seven o'clock this innming tho pro oipltatiou in thin storm v, as AUDET AND VA1LE ON TRIAL MONDAY IN MACLEOD COURT to Cover Exchange tj on U. S. Ticbefs in Effect ff On March 15 23 MONTHS RR CA1TLE RUSTLING ITI aildilioa to the chargu of murder ugainst Zitto of lllainnore. othor im- portant trials on tho docket for criminal assizes to ntart Monday ut j Macicod are those ut the men Audct Sentence at Medicine and Vaile for the theft, as alleged, of a quantity of gin Irpm a C. P. n. car, with a further charge against Audct of breaking jail at Mucleod while hold through failin? to obtain the amount 'f the bail on which he was remaine: Hat It Lighter Than Judge Might Have Given In senlennuK Weles. tt Coiifldeut of beluir cleared and In the best of fceultli Jimmy Zitto, Ital- alleged jlarur of Olive MclJon- ii M, willow, ut Ilia Irinoro, Iil8t December, calmly his trial bo- J'ore tiic criminal assizes ot Mnclood next ivcch. TJjo opens Mondar viitti) ia r.t tbo provincial jail and liis L, H. Putnam, is in the" city in connection v.-it'u the suys lid the eftocts of good traitmcnt. "Zllto is fat and tliecrful anil coniidcnt of being clear- syid Mr.Vl'utnam today. Tile which ciiuscii Uiroufrh (lie Xost Pu.ss iiu-iny: to tho itcing Iniov.-n, will he IiLtnly ioiiKht. A lung vritnesrics will )m culiod beTorc the? trial is cuiieliuled and a stubborn legal battle is expected, -f. JlcUonald, K.C., JIacicod, will con- tluct the prosecution, and L. H. Put- nam, Bli'-irniore, assisted by JJ. D. .MuthesDii. Mucleod, will anpaar for Zitfo. McKinley Cameron, the noted Calgary criminal lawyer, who appear- ed with Me. Fntnam for Zitto at tho preliminary in Blairmorp, has not bjeu retained, it is ntnted. j Health Officers Report For the 21 Quaran- tine Cases Problems affeutlnsr the business ofj the sanitary and enffineors utl the province am beini: tliffcussfjd at i now iinilpr .way in tho city. This is tlio annual The report of the actine medical; convention of the Association of Sam- officer of health. Dr. LaUerty, shows tary and licatins EiiBilleers of Al- that tlurins tiio month ot February; inuta. Tlie convuntiou which open-1 JAIL ESCAPE Not the Well Known But His i Two Hours Later Getting his head between the hars ot the cabre where ho was confined, in the colls of the city police in the basemout of tho city hall, and then wriggling his iiody through, Walter Mason (no relr.tion to Walt Mason profc In verse fame) jnado his escape shortly before seven on Wednesday night, being two .hours later at the Cecil CafB after a tierce strug- gle, in which handcuffs had to be used by Selective Sid Wallis and Con- stable Washford. The prisoner was arrested for vagrancy and placed in the cage of the cells to appear before Magistrate Irwin this morning. One ot tlie bars in the cage had been previously 'bent by some drunks, and there waa a space between two bars sufficient for a man to work his head through and then manipulate tlwrest of his body. Mason on getting out of the cage appears to have used a two by four post which was lying around, audi making an.inclined plane of this, reached a window about nine feet from the removing the sash, lie got away to his temporary freedom, lie will the. magistrate this after- noon on tlie charge of breaking jail' as well as tor vagrancy. I there were 21 cases of Infectious uud f contagious diseases up as fol- j lows N Scarlet fever chicken BOI 11; diphtheria measles 1. Doathn totalled 19 from the follow- ing causes 1 gunshot wound I attor- exia and vomiting of pregnancy; U diphtheria: 1 indigestion; 1 chr. ap- pendicitis (acute dilation ot 1 strangulation (accident ut 1 whooping cough; 1 typhoid; 1 mil- ary tubercular peritonitis; 1 stillborn: 1 multiple seleroiiie; 1 goitre (heart 1 heart failure; 1 acute ap- pendicitis; 1 cancer; 1 acute gastro enteretls; 1 erysipolas; 1 pneuuionii, Rttulte of Milk Teiti Seucle 4.4 butter fat; Crystal Dairy S.S butter fat: Chief Mountain 3.6 butter tat; Bntterwick 3.3 butter fat! Results of tests, of milk for sedi- 5 dirty) Butterwick 1; Crystal Dairy 1; Soarle 1: Chief Mountain 2. City Water Analysis of city water showed no trace of the colon bacillus, the fpy- boid germ. The higbeit couut of bactrrla per cub centimetre was 27, tho lowest 11, and the average 14. Laboratory Work Samples of water examined 13; sam- ples of miik examined 13; examined 16: prov. lab. mailing out- 11U given cut 7; diphtheria antitoxin supplied units. Isolation Hotpital Patients admitted during February: Scarlet fever 1; patients discharged during February patients remain- ing Feb. 28th 0; number ot hospital days 50. ed this morning will continue for two j Xow we have, anotlior boost for a "See Ounada First" campaign. I'assongev.i to United States points will after March bo to pay an added charge in accordance with i an order just by tha board of; railway commissioners. Tho farther I one travels iillo the Interior ot Inn southern republic tho more money in I surcharge one v.Mll havo to pay. In the Judgment issued by the rail- way commission the right is granted to the railwi-.y.-i of Canada to make surubnrges on passenger traffic be- j tweon Canada and the United States. 1 This means that Canadians purchas- j ing p.'issGnser tickets to United States A wage case in which a lam labor-1 points will be required to pay. nit cr suing for what ha claims to be only the usual price of the ticket, but wages, etc.. due to him. now proceed- an additional amount to cover the dit- dayB. The sessions ore being held in St. Augustiu'u hall. i This morning's session saw the Mnn pointment of committees, report same Man credential committee, reading ot j communications, resolutions auci amendments, report of oflicers uml; reports from the standing commit- j tees. j At this afternoon's session two im portant addresses will be delivered. I For Same Farmer in 1915. in 1920 Plumbing Installations roiio be a si ditions throughout the west with rep- resentatives of the wholesale trade. Friday's Qewlon Friday morning at 9 o'clock tlie con- ventiot will again, go into session when the Teporta of the select .com- mitteeB will be heard and action taken on them. Tho nominations of officers will also be made ami unfinished busi- ness disposed of as far as possible before the noon adjournment. At 3 p.m. the delegates wilt hear other topics discussed by members of the association. E. J. Young. Cul- gary.vwill discuss "Fixed and Operating Cost asd Method of Con- ducting and William Park- er tnd B. ,r. Sehl, of this city, will Small Ion. ifl suing CWiude Wins, a farmer, of the rate that will be charged I Lucky Strike. ITo claims that, on here will bo higher than the rate at etures there will March 2iitli. 191.', tto defendant on- j Cah-ary on account of the shorter dis- [on of trade con '''is sorvlces as 11 farm laborer i tanc.o from the border. The rate at at the goto? wane at the time of HO Edmonton will be considerably below per month with hoard. He worksd up that of Calgary for the reason that to September S6th following, during Edmonton is a moch longer distance which period he had owing to him in from the bonier. The order becomes wages 5340, on which he allege-, the! effective Tuesday, according to the Cetondant paid In cash and pas-j Ottawa dispatch. City ticket afrent turad fonr ot his coitB at SG per inont.h.! Gordon has not yet been informed of ut tU, !rU ion, of Clarosholm. for killing nous: ?'cam B ths. WUB Mro Mrs. Irwin of Nuuton. tor pcrjurv. the ?bor- 1B jail. Mr. se.n.el of a cattio stalling case! lhat ha there was an epidemic of cattlntMl- inff prevailing in th'o. district would FORMER LETHHKIDGE IhaTO hesitation hi slving Jim ppaniL-'V'r ic !ten tho circumsUn- T IS DEAD ;ees he. would ininose the present AT LINDSAY, ONTARIO !We- Fred was Joined with _________' I Manuel in tha original charge, bnt his Lordship decided to tafce the Hnrcl roarlieil the today ol the death m Lindsay, Ontario. OS John _ .Meyers, aged 72 years, one time a re- tnn ta'si} Ou si.lont of tho Lethbrhlge rttmri.it. He i Hutchlusou, alias Jack Hutchinsot, was especially woll-known around toRether with the tarn Ooaldale. Mr. Movers was an uncle ot ?-MO to as restitution for of KpU. Downing-, ot Medicine Hat at.! the in default of one time sunsrtntondent of the Her. j fmo ilnrl restitution in ten days lix aid job dopa'rtrat-nt Mr. Meyers left I months in jail. He was ordered to hola at intending to return to detuchmeut of tha A. P. P. tia district in the spring. Death, how- line required ten days to make over, overcame him in his old homn and he was buried in tho fiimily plot in Manners township. Deceased was unmarried. The cause of his death Tvaw cancer of the liver. moot of the payments imposed. Frank Weis, leader ot the Ret- iment band, St. Catharines, died flf hiood poisoning. nponk on "simplified Form ol Dook- keoplng and How to Keep liecords of CoatracU." At the closing session Friday eve- I ning the election of officers will take ranking a tota.1 for pasturage ot Prom Sept. ISIS; the plaintiff had the I use of one of defendant's team for 28 (lavs, assisting a threshins crew, for which he was to pay the defendant >2 per day, making in all a total n! to be set off against due. and leaving a balance of There i was also an item of for morchan-j disc Vt-lilch plaintiff claims he sold de-j change. I'omnuseioner Yorat'.i of .Edmonton an increr.se In tadial railway fares. Plaintiff goes on to say that 'he re- entered the service of the defendant on April, 1917, at the then soing wages pf J30 per and after 11 months, v.'ith cash received on account anil FAILURE OF WEED TRAIN TO STOP AT I place and the selection of the next! work exchanged, there was n balance place ot meeting made. i to him of On April 1920, CARMAIS'GAY MISTAKE Delegates are present from all ot plaintiff again entered tho service of I tlie cities and the principal towns of j defendant at the going wage of MOO tlie province. ALL HDGE Another Unprecedented Drop in River of '22 Inches in Night, Hits Power An unprecedented drop in one night of 22 iricheti In the river, stopping the necessary amount of water for gener- ating the power In the turbines, put the street cars out ot! commission at seven o'clock this morning. The whole system was idle and continued so up to nuon, when with the progress made In clearing the intiike, so aa to get all the water possible was eonsid- probable that there would be enough power generated to get the cars running. The only explanation that can bo offered Cor tho sudden fall in the river, whlf.h heat fill previous occur- of the nature, the last drop bo- ing t-i inches, is that .with the fall In temperature last night slush ice was J'ormed in the narrow neck higher up (lie stream, making a temporary dam, and thus stopping the flow. Tlie piles for the dam, to be con- structed to obviate tun sudden giving (nit of the water In the intake, aro ar- and construction will he push- ed on. SNOW "wiuTpur GROUND IIV SHAPE FOR SPRING SEEDING In hold lobbies today the soln t.npic of convcrsiUimi is Snow Hlorm. It has brought with it yards of to the faces of fanners and husincHH nn'-n alikn. Fanners coming In on tbis morning's tnilna ntute that Hie storm IH genoraT that it will put the grouiid in .cooil Bluipo fur Bprhig vork. Tlie Herald correspondent at Car- muugay In, a story published In thfise Columns Tuesday stated the Car- uianga.y people were disappointed and! siBton ishftd that the In'tarprovinclal Train dirt not make u stop at that point, iimsinuch as a stop had been promised them. In explanation the Herald man who was with tho train states that the telegram despatched to Carmangay by the C. P. Ill representative, .Mr. Williams, was to the effect that the train would stop to givo passenger.} an opportunity to hoard tho train for; Champion where the scheduled stop) was to bfe made. This wris thep idea tho government officials desired con- voyed to- the Carmangay people. But jt.o Uavfl mado a formal stop for the delivering of the lectures would have the whole subsequent part lot the Itinerary- It appears to have I been a pure mistake of mlstnterpret- ing tho telegram. Certainly, the blame tor the blunder and tho dis- appointment caused cannot be at- tached to either the C. P. ft. represen- tative with the train or Mr. H. A. Craig, deputy minister. Mr. Crair.. regretted the mistake keenly. j BUSINESS IN PASS i per month, with board, and when he i left had a balance owing him of mating, as he claims, a total amount owing him by tho defendant of J735. SURPRISINGLY GOOD 'or which he "is suing; The defendant _______ I denies the claim. H. Ostlnnd for the plaintiff, and C. Kmilio Picarello, alderman of Hlainnore, is a business visitor in toe city. Mr. Picarello states that busi- ness in tho Pass despite tho depres-, eion in the miuea Keeps up surprising-' ly well. F. Harris for the defendant. hi tin system CMM Mkn Md Tin Hunt quickly rtmmi by UM DM of Dr. Ckjso's Pills. OM till a test. Jit a ben, DOCTOR LOSES CLAIM FOR COST OF In tlie District Court, on Wednes-1 day. the clnlm of against J. K.! Xeville, fi farmer ot Mountain View, t made by Dr. Lynn for an operation on j the defendant's daughter was dismiss- j ed by, his Honor Judge Jackson, with I costs. Defendant pleaded that tlie i operation waa performed1 without his instructions and without his requeat. MAGNETOS Any type, any make, repaired supplied. The North Lethbridge Garage K. J. O'Sulliviui. m 13th St. X. Phone 519. Ottawa police have been oniored lr, tntorca tlie curfmr law morn strict I IT You Never Tire Of Cuticura Soap Because of its absolute purity refreshing fragrance, it is ideal for erery-day toilet pur- poses. Always include the Cuticura Talcum in your toilet preparations. Domi JM H. WESTE is just o n Canada -it MILK Thcrn I) lit UP IP. milk wosfc of i MILK This rs pure milk from the Kraser Valley, to tlio ir.iitn.ivnd metli-oii iisoi in canning tastes o( the MILK i CO., LTD. 1 FactorlM Ltdrxr and i Abbotsford. B.C. i P. Burni A Company, distributor) for Alta. 4. SaaU, T- WESLEY CHURCH LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Monday, Mar. 14 Flret appearance on his trans- Canada tour of the distinguished English baritone, IN HIS Evening of Songs WITH. DENNIS RAYMOND AT THE PIANO. Tickets.....50c Under Auspices of Weiley Church.' Milk is Nature's Food It glvea yon health and strength, 'utitl when you ;iro IiciiUhy you work oasier and [tetter, and you are feeling One ;iml working 1mrd you are ulniust bound to succeed. Let us leavo you a bottle of health anrti success every mom- ing on your doorstep. Crystal Dairy Phane 1576. MMITED THE STORE OF HIGH-CLASS FAMILY GROCERIES Head Lettuce- 20c 25c per Ib..... per hoi...........i Sweet per Ib......... 1 TVagner Apples; per box Shredded .Codfish 2 pkgs............. Libby's Chow Chow- der tattle ............I TVhite nn per Ib..........-......ZOC Ahuldin Dyo as it per pkg. 20c 45c 25c Lobster Dromedary ptg................. Hawaiiau Sliced Pine- apples per tin....... Fancy Canned Rasp- berries White Asparagus Tips Heinz Spaghetti; Italian style dozen...... Peeled Green per tin Sliced Beats- tins Princess Soan per Ib. Golden West Ammonia Powder; 3 pkgs...... 25c 25c 45c 50c 65c 20c 45c 15c 15c 30c 27c TREE DELIVERY. GEO. KERR CO. PHONES 1483 AND PHONE 1419 Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. 5-S Acsdlj Buililir.s 312 Third Avenue Sauth Good posture indicates a vigorous, mechanic- ally correct spine. See us today. SMITH and SMITH THE CHIROPRACTORS 205 SHERLOCK BLDG. PHONES 144V SHOE REPAIRS For worli'iil Icrcst iiricga BUTTON A PERKINS Practical Shoemakers 41Sa Fifth St. S. Phone 693. The Loaf You'll Love QUAKER BREAD llera'B :i delicious bread. Tim n'di. brown, crust: U'ul body of tho bread; tlm likonblo tustc anil Ikivor miikr.s this u. bread that once used, oecomos a slfjady of your Trj' it unco, you'll buy it ulways. John Gi'more Ltd. Bakers o' Quaktr Bread. PHONE 37g. Income Tax, 1920 Reprtsentatlv: of New York Life insurance Co. Office 1M9; Ret. 672. B. Ferguson (Late ct Standird of Can id a) Begs to Announce the Opening of an Office in The Conybeare Blk., Lethbridge for the purpose of advising, preparing cf returns and icrutiniilnj ajstssmcnts under the Income War Tax Act, 1917, and the Buslnegi Profit War Tax Act, 1916. Cost Systems. Audits, Company all kinds of Insurance and Bonds. RNOl HRIHU HtUfflHMiOflliUtA I JOIHMltBtll Of BtHM I tttHrlUfl IHHP1 ROYAL HOUSEHOLD FLOUR IS MATCHLESS FOR BREAD AND PASTRY ;