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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PrVrE TTO? .HE LETHBMDGE DAILY WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 1920 wisswe .OPA.P.POLICEIS Act Will On Him Right to Coll mi dpat Polite Any Time (Special to EDMONTOX. March floptes of tie proiwsd to the Alberta Police Act and to Warehouse Srport Act ttas issrtm astr of. uaakilpal ptitee rorce, may required cither wltkln or without the aftd either wila or without the consent of council vt eucb. aannict or of ur nptrlor. officer K offiora at ot the mvnlefexJ pollM. each mm- at tho mealdpsj Mtteu undtr the anihorlfir ot aad subject o discipline of ijw conunfealovir. At-tbe council at Met ir the superior ofttwr or of member of the municipal police oiee shall no' authority orer laid on the desie of of hobse Tuesday out previous ot this legltla- Uon. The to the pollw act contain tho following Important additions to the. powers ot tho pro- vincial commissioner of police: The proilnclal commissioner shall hare power at any time to or SOUND HEALTH to many thousands is practi- cally a matter of thenabtose of reliable means of main- taining vitality. SCOTTS EMULSION time-honored and reliable, combines jralatabSSty, inherenl Tirtues and onriraied efficacy. iAt the fcrst sign of'weaknew jtake Scott's ErrmbEon. It known trrm by the "Marie of Fisherman it, Osl. J not of oaaoiclpal but he (kail wtiHe ng, the order direction ot he ocmialsotorxr. The municipality tkall fcc nimbara- id tor the ssilirlns and expenses of ,ccb numbers performing iircfa la the ot the Alberta ptwla- ;ial (one or hen of. and the police force of any manktipaltty or municipalities or any mraber Uwraof. In the Horses Became Exhausted On War from Wu of Wide Dimeiwloiw or prof ecutlon of any crlnw or tie com may the contact of sucfa lOTMtrgotlon or prosecudoo and all or any member ot the (orco of any municipality or shall to and the direction of the commls- eloner with respect to such tlon cr prosecution, and crerj' mem- ber of any municipal shall be bound to obey the orders of the com- missioner while engaged in such in- vestigation and shall be relieved while acting under'the orders and direction of the commissioner of his duty and obHgatkm to obey orders.of the coun- cil of the municipality In which tie Is a police officer, or of his superior of- ficers on the police force of the muni cfpallty. Every municipal constable shall, up on request of the commissioner of po- lice. deJIter to any person designated hy him all warrants, papers, exhibits, photogmphs and other information or records In the possession or under the coutroi of such constable, dealing with any criminal case which is the sub- ject of Investigation by the Alberta provincial police. brotken porishnl on the lax the ftoTM. When their sleigh wrecked by wind, Haiel Miner, aged elghtean, took oil her coat and wrapped It and blankets around her small brother and sister Center. Twenty-four hours they lay to the snow drifts before they were fonnd. Hazol was dead, but cared the llrei of the little cm ev ROYAL TEMPLARS CONVENE Well Known Member of Bench Been Ailing For a Long Time BISMARCK. N. D., March 16--FVmr children, sons of Gust a farmer Utlng Ryder, were frot- en to death In Monday's billiard, It was learned tonight when their bod- ies irsre found by TVhohlko. The hoys set out for school Monday afternoon with a team. Half way home Jhe horses became exhausted and could go no further. Reports to the -weathec bureau in- dicate that North Dakota was in the grip of the worst blizzard since 1SSS. Trains were stalled and the schedule annulled In some instances. Nro freight trains are- running in the state. No Great Northern trains arrived In Far- go today frora tho west, while- three from the east were late. According to the weather bureau here, the storm extended from Mon- tana to Wisconsin and from Manitoba to Nebraska. Girl's Heroic Sacrifice BISMARCK, N. D.. Morch known dead and thousands of dollars damage to property was the toll of the two day blizzard which swept the worst in more than thirty I Judpe Dorien and Miss Corrlnne Noel Ont., March gates from ManKoba and British Co- lumbia are here attending tho bleu- Dial convention ot the Dominion Coun- cil ot Royal which be- gan today, with Itev. W. P. Fletcher, Dominion In. the chair. Pittances of the order reported are satisfactory. (Continued from Front PMC.) EDMOOTON, March 17. Judge Joseph Carailcn Noel, of the district court ot the Judicial district ot Atha- basca, died at the Hotel hospital In Montreal, at 11.30 o'clock Tuesday night. A telegram announcing the death ot the Edmonton Judge was re- ceived In the city early this morning by Justice Beck, Derail due to pernicious anaemia, and Judge Noel had been ailing for leveral months, his death was not entirely unexpected. He was born In Lotbin- lere, In the province ot Quebec, May 12, 1864. The deceased was, dnmar- rie'l; two brothers and two sitteri survive. Jean Noel, a brother, In Southern Saskatchewan, and Al- cide Noel, another brother, resides in Montreal. The sisters are Mrs. years. The storm today was reported1 to be gradually subsiding with tem- peratures sinking. One girl gave her life to save her sister and brother, while the heroic effort of another youih to bring help, proved futile and he and his three TOOTHACHE STOPS When ''ABSORBING JR." la Raced in the Cavity. I The same reliable home liniment it'nat rakes the soreness and'stiflness ;out of soramed, strained arms and reduces swellings and soft, inflamed bunches on any pait of the' give quick relief in Tooth- ache. Headache, Neuralgia and sl-arp attacks of Rheumatism and Sciatica. For Toothache, saturate a little cotton with "ABSORBINE 'and place in the JR." on gums and it is a vegetable germicide that j Is safe., i For Headache, -Neuralgia and other pain and .inflammation, rub the affected parts with a few drops of i .1 a most druggists ;or sent W.'.F. Yousd, f INC., Lyman Buliding. Mentreat SWF A IE Had One Staff Officer For Many Months After Reaching Fighting Zone BLOOD POISONING slltriOSiSat.fIrrtWTrerb.aat both ot the city ol Quebec. If you nave, a severe.emiflh or chest cold accompanied with soreness, throat tickle, hoarseness, or difficult breathing, or if your child wakes up daring the nijzHt with and you want quick help, try this reliable old home-made eoujzh rcmcdv. Any druggist can supply you with ounces of Pinex (50 cents Pour this into a 16-oz. bottle and fill. the battle with plain prsnulatcA sugar syrup. Or you can use clarified molasses, honev, or corn syrup, instead syrup, if desired. This recipe makes 10 "ounces of really remarkable cough remedy. It tastes good, anil in spite of its loiv cost, it, can be depended upon to nivo quick and lasting relief. You can feel this take hold of conffh in a wny that means husincsj. It loosens nnd raises the pYlezm, stops throat tickle anil gootlics nnd ncals the irritated membranes that line the throat and bronchial tubes' with such prompt- ease and certainty that it is really astonishing. I'inex is a special and Mjrhly eoncen- -trolcd compound of genuine Norway pine extract, and is probably the best Known means of overcoming Ecvere tbroflt find chest coHs. There are many worthless imitations of tbls .mixture. To avoid dianppoint- neat, ounces of Pinejt" full directions and don't accept sny- ifcinjr else.' Cimraateed to (rive absolute satisfaction -or money promptly re- banded. The Pinei Co., Toronto, .Ont. WASHINGTON, March the end of his long statement to the senate''investigating committee. Rear Admiral Sims today elaborated his charges that' the inadequacy of hli staff abroad prevented for several months minimum 'efficiency In the United States naval participation In ..lie testified that he was unable to Srlng thfe navy dspartraenl to a realisation of the Importance of bis post and necessity for provid- ing a large staff, at the outset to com- pile sisd digest; naval information and direct the early details of American co-opcratton on the seas. Admiral SI ma; said he arrived In London 19J.7, with but one aids and Immediately'.realizing the magnh Cade of the tack confronting him, iiabled the department requesting that -.iree additional aselstanta be sent him nt Before he received any reply iie was .placed also; la command of the destroyer force abroad, and there- upon asked for'three more officers. The last of April one officer arrived and was assigned to the destroyer __j at Qneenstown. Throughout June be remained In Ignorance of the de- partment's plans and received no fur- ther aid, the officer said. An Ameri can civilian who had resigned from the navy In 1914 to enter In business in London volunteered to asalat him, the admiral said, and this man, with his one aide, bis entire London staff. In June a medical officer was or- dered to staK, tie admiral said, and about the same time Secretary Daniels cabled him authority to em- ploy clerical assistance and spend any sums needed for the discharge of his duties, but nothing was done regard- ing the officers he had asked for to assist him In his technical duties. On July 7th, Capt. N. C. .Twining was detailed to be his chief of staff, the admiral eatd. How often lockjaw and blood poisoning result from the neglect of a slight scratch or little cutl Ham' tin's Wizard Oi! is a safe and effec- tive first aid treatment. It is a erful 'antiseptic and should be ap- plied immediately to wounds of this kind to prevent danger of infection. it is soothing and neilinff and quickly drives out pain and inflam- mation in cases of sprains, bruises, cuts, burns, bites arid stings. Just as reliable, too, for stiff neclc, sore feet, cold sores, canktr sorts, earache and toothache. Get it from druggist; for 30 cents. If not satisfied return the. bottle, and get your money back. Ever constipated or have sick headache? Just try Wizard Liver Whips, pleasant little pink pills, 39 cents. Guaranteed. Rye Whiskey Favorite "Cure" For Ailments Needing Prescriptions VICTORIA, B. C., March sold in the province In 1919, accord- ing to Ihe annual report of the new prohibition commissioner, totalled 57M75.72, of which is credited to Vancouver, including sales at Prince Rupert, Cranbrook, New Denver and Qucsnel. Victoria's sales whether such an. arrangement might not have nome effect In causing mort- gagors to. defer payments. In case ol impending loaj. In order to shoulder them upon the government. If some safeguard acalnit this can be devls ed. It Is understood that the govern- ment will agree to providing such sec urlty for mortgage holders In older to settle the question of making the bonds the first lien on the land. The mortgage representatives toM the cab Inet that It a clause along these lines was dratted In the bill and submitted to the Alberta Association for approv al, the association 1C It met their ap- proval would endeavor to obtain from the dominion association of mortgag< and loan companies a written to making Irrigation bonds the lien on the land. This, It was felt, woul settle any question concerning Ible breach of the faith In making bonds a first lien. .V General Guarantee Wanted Such a scheme however, will not be aatlsfactory to the members from th south who are opposed to making thi bonds the first lien on the laod bu demand Instead that the governmen give a direct guarantee which woul Immediately settle the whole question General Stewart" said Wednesda morning that he considered the prop osltion did not get away from th danger of dallying with the broa principle of maintaining n better sec- urity for first mortgages. A Practical Solution EDMONTON, March Ing to the statement of a minlste who participated In the negotiation the government bas finally arrived a a practical agreement with represe tatlves of mortage companies whercb Irrigation bonus may be maile a fi lien on the land In Irrigation districts In describing the settlement'this mi ister "The arrangement will te th where the mortgagee finally suffo a loss by reason of tho security goln down In value Instead of up throng the 'bonding of a district for tlon. the government will make goi the loss to the eitent that it can shown that the land has delerloral below what It was worth as dry Ian amounted to Nanaimo before -the bonds were pat on. T J22.486.30 and Prince Rupert J2.944.70. government will say to the jnortj; There were 89 prosecutions tor sell- ing liquor, 863 (or having liquor In prosecutions of doc- tors, five ot druggists, 51 for general infractions pf the act and 6S in which the nature of the case is riot stated. During the year prescrip- tlcnj Issued, Vancouver's con- tribution to this total being 181.350. Victoria doctors accounted for the rest of the province accounting for Rye whiskey was an easy favorite as "cure" for ailments prescribed for. e government will make good that Sydney B. Woods, solicitor for tM ss." Details of this arrangement Mortgage and Loan Association of Al- -o now being worked out between] berta and Attorney-General Boyle. Ask for package vil Kandq little The wit reoosjaired lor, lUpurityandfoodquBk on every dininf tsble. "Refill" never. Despite the weither It keeps on running steady stream of EDOW white quality, Read What B.B.B, Did for Hb Croup "I don't think ttereMS a more anxious time for parents than when their children hare croup. Without they are prepared with Chamberlain's Cough Remedy must wait for the doctor tnd listen to the criojang, metallic cougfi and watch tLsil litde one gasping for breath.'. You know this great danger of 'croup'yp- is the formation of a false membrane in the larynx, and until this is expelled reliefcannotbeobtained.andthespasmodic choking continuca. GiveChamberlaia's Cough Remedy iafrequentdoaes. It will loosen tlus membrane cause (he child to expel it by v Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is an absolutely safe and certain remedy for croup, and if ai soon as the cbild becomes or even after (he cioupy cough appears, it will prevent the MUflnDfJLDEriS MtcH "id itopi On Rely on Guticura To Clear Away Skin Troubles N.D. BLUE LAWS Mr. Hani Kehkt, Magnolia, Alia., years ago I became very sick from stomach disorder, which the doctor told me had started from drinking bad water. 1 tried local doctors, hut finding I got worse from day to day 1 went to a doctor in Ed- monton. He told me that I must have an operation, and that if I didn't 1 couldn't live any longer than sli months. I told him I had better die after six months than be cut to pieces. 1 did not have the operation, but re- turned home. No one was there to meet me at the station, because they did not know I was coming, l.felt so tad I couldnt walk farther than 10 yards without resting. It took me 6 hours to walk 2 miles; the distance from the station to my home. "Some weeks later I read an adver- tisement about your Burdock Blood Bitters. Alter I bad used one bottle I felt much better, and after I had used three bottles I was completely cured; therefore you see your H. B. B. has saved my life, and I cannot praise It too highly." Burdock Blood Bitters puts the stom- ach Into shape hy promoting perfecl digestion, and restoring health and strength to the system. Manufactured only, by The T. Jlilhu'rn Co., Limited Toronto, Proposal as To Bond Priority Satisfactory More Hay Is Needed Meagre Return 9 Received Show Restrictions Likely To Be Lifted BISMARCK, N. D., March ly meagre returns from yesterday's presidential preference primary were available here today necauae of poor Communications and prospects figures for A PHYSICIAN'S ADVICE Frederick S. Kollc. M.D.. Editor of New York Physician's "Who's pects My9 lliat wcak ncrvoU3 who w increased weight, strength and First returns on the proposal to re- peal the lawi prohibiting the sale of cigarettes, boxing, Sunday baseball and Sunday theatres snowed four to one majorities In favor of repeal. Ccnstttutlortsl Amendments N. D., March Four constitutional amendments voted on yesterday have been adopted, on the face of meager returns available from the state-wide primary. Early returns, entirely from cities, disclose that Itie amendments have majorities of about five Id one. The constitutional amendments pro- Tlrle for the recall of public officers, reduce the residence reulrements of yotcrs, permit cultivation of state nerve-force, snouiu lake a tab- let of Uilro-Phoaphale Just before or during eacli meal. This particular phosphate Is the dis- covery ot a famous French scientist, find reports of remarkable results from Its have recently appeared in many medical Journals. If you ilo not feel well; If you tire easily; do not Bleep well, or are too thin; go to any good druggist and get enough Bltro-Phosphate for a weeks' coals only fifty cents a week. Bat less; chew your food thorough- ly, and If at the end of few weeks you do not feel stronnor and better than you have for monlhs; If your norves are not steadier; If you do not fPrnm rtnr Own MACLEOD, March ladles of the W. C. T. TJ. held a very suc- cessful afternoon tea and sale of articles on Saturday afternoon. The regular meeting of the U. F. A. was held in the town hall Saturday af- ternoon, when a large number of mem- bers were present. Several Items of Interest to all were discussed and the Irrigation was tho principal topic, as all are now fully alive to the situation, and the latest move by the govern- ment that Irrigation Hens come as first claim against Irrigated land, pleased the farmers of the Macleod district. The Macleoti Timer, made its bow to the public last week, and gives promise of a lively youngster In the newspaper line. At the Methodist church Sunday night, Rev. W. A. Lewis spoke on "the Home and the Boy" telling the story of Jonah as he tried, to run away from God, and got into trouble not only for himself but for all who were In the ship with him. Our homea arp responsible 'for the boys, and It our homes are what they ought to be the boys will turn out all right. Anil Just like Jonah they will coma back home and carry out tho line of life that was Intended for them. Fanners are now anxious about the feed for seeding purposes. Some gov- ernment rmy is coming in, but only one car at a time. If ten or fifteen cars could ho shipped In flt one time It would relievo the situation for a time. Mayor Fawcett and Postmaster Me- Nlcoll will leave for' Ottawa at an early date. Mayor will taka tip town Interests, and will ho assist- ed by Mr. McMlcoll, who will also at' tend the convention of postmasters to he helil In Ottawa fit an early date anil Is called by the post office depart- ment. There are many Improvement') that can lie made la every line of the work in the post office department. WILSOf] STILL STUDYING WASHINGTON, March Ty. president, nnd Wm. Green, of the United Mine Workers of America, called at the While Mouse Irrf.iy to Inquire na to tho status nt the bituminous coal strike settlement owned coal lands and permit cities to sleep better and have more vim, en. mortgage revenue producing utilities durance and vitality, yonr money will without respect to the bonded debt be returned, and the Bltro-Phosphoto limits ollttrttUo provided, will cost you Advert, question. They were lolcl that president hail not yet finished study of (he majority and minority, reports of the members of the com- bonds being put ahead of your mo gage does not adversely affect yo security. If In pursuing remedies y deteriorating in value below what Is now worth as dry farming proper Th? Scout how His favorite bacon, ,Ii Kefrps Bpqs Yii- AlsoMen and Wotttoa. ;