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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 18, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta .,;lt.''.l'jMARCH7.3l92t THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THIRTEEN, Wild West Days NolPasi Yet Claicsholm Juvenile Court Case Discloses the Real Escape t (Special to The Treraldl CLAUESHOLM, Maveli TUn old ffrontlor flays are not an much a thing of tho past as people wouUl think It wo aro to Jiidgo hy a drama, tho last Bct o( which waV stagod horo -when Ni,llolmeHf polino magistrate, proeld-ed at tho trial of two hoyrf in tho Jiiv-enllo coiu't. Kvidontly flrod by tho advcnlnresoirio lives of Nick Carter and others of Iwrdor famo those "would-be heroes Ktarled from Calgary ill search of advouturo. The first problem was to s'Kvttre horsos, which wi).s roadily solved by the simple expedient of taUing them whore they could be fouiiil, the matter being somo-�what helped by tho fact that the fatli-er of ono of tho boys worked In a Calgary livery barn. Kquipped in this manner and with a couple of borrowed paddles the trip to the States was be-Bun. Tho first disappointment was caused by ono of the riders not hav-inp a sad^lo to bis liking so an ex-cihange, without the owners know-Jcdgn, was made at a farm. There was lio difficulty in obtaining fopd and shel- -.-^-.-- tor And though the boya had no cash at all, thoy noTor wanted for a meal. On tho second day ono of the liorsos begau to show signs of boih^ played out, and though tho boya received a meal and tho offor of a bod from a widow lady they, did not hesitato to fixchange tUoir badly used up horse for one of hers. AVhon close to Nan-ton another boy was met who was in possession of a twenty-two riflo which was promplly conimnndeorod to shoot any game that might 1)0 'mot with. From horo tho trail led west and south towards tho hills and soon tho other horse showpd signs of . fatigue so when on passing tho Moadow Urook Rchool housn, a good horso was soon, another cxchango was effected while tho ownor -was not thero to protest. When some mile.'? west of Clares holm tho boys wanted to get into a field and cut tho fence. Tho fanner who saw it gave chaso and one of the boy^ was soon captured, while the other ran into a group of men who wore em the lookout for boys answering to their description. They wcro broUiIack eye. Another farmer in the distriot, Mr. Rrodln, had tho mlsfortuno to looo a piff, which got into a watorholo during Sunday's storm and was drowned. Mrs. IJeattio and daughtor, Margaret wore in Ijethbridge last week. Margaret underwent an operation v/hilo thero. She is reported to be going on alright bo far. Mr. Hert Paull has received news of his mother's death. She had been ill for some time and was visited by him some months ago. Her home i was at Penticton, B.C. * (From Our Own Cori-espondent) CARDSTON, March 1.^.-The much disou.'jscd and also (ussed cow-herd of (ho p.nst years in Cardston promises fair to cou.se to bo tho luiisauco it has been. At tho Civic clui) meeting last niglU hold in flic court bousp, with an attendance of about 100 mombcr.=>, the cow-hord was di.scu.'ised from every possible angle. Much heat was generated in tho unfolding of some of the arguments but everyone present felt that some solution could only be found by a most unanimous effort by cow owners as well as other citizen.';. This point was well proved that cows and lawns and trees do not get on well together, much to the disadvantage of tho lawns and trees, and that tho responsibility of the acts of the cows must fall on tho owners of those cows and further, tho responsibility of finding pasture and organizing a herd must also fall on the cow-owners and not on the citizens at large nor on the town council. The meeting accordingly passed two resolutions: First, requesting tho town council to more rigidly enforce the town pound law, thus freeing tho indivitlual citizen from tho necessity of jealously guarding his holdings from tho depredations of his neighbor's cow. Second, a committee was formed with the purpose of interviewing the town council and in conjunction with the council of leasing the pasture land north of Cardston (about 5 oj" C sections) from the Indian Department and fencing it. thus providing an adequate pasture for all the town cows and sufflciont also to graze crfough of the surrounding farmers cows and pay for tho fencing and a largo share of tho lease money. This committee was headed by a shrewd cattleman, Mr. W. II. Caldwell, and assisted by J. A. Hammer, n, former mayor of Cardston, and W. II. Steed, Cardston's largest department store merch.ant. "With such a strong committee as this at tho head' of the cow question we may almost rest easy that tho problem wil Tic solved.' One thing only remains-tho. .cp\v .roe.n. must get behind this cominitlco (and it evidently Is greatly.to thoir advantage to do so), and seo to it that no cows are loft loitering on tho streets, otherwise when tho pound law operates, .somebody is going to get tliolr feelings excited. With the cow question settled tho Civic Club and all good citizens will feel more like getting into tho.move-, ment entitled "Plant a Tree," which is scheduled to commence on � tho Temple Grounds and whi(d), it is hoped, wlil spread throughout the town. Press Committee Tbo Civic Club meeting was.also, taken up wtih other impoilaut matters. One of thoso was the formation, out of (he mcmliership of tho club, of a press committee, which should assist the local editor of tho Cloho iu making tho newspaper of the towu the (From Our Own CorrosDondent) OHION, Mar. 15.-On Sunday Mur. 13th, the scholars sclmlars who had asked for books instead of the docorativo wreath, had books handed to them. The young people seenieti pleased with the rewards. Mr. Jas .Jackson distributed them. Mr. C. H. Harris and Mrs. Fraser were hero last Tuesday in tho inter os(s of the farmers' movement and met with a hearty reception from thn farmers and f.irniors' wives of this district. As a jctuli n( tho above meeting tho farmers met again on Saturday, 13tli. and decided to continue tlie local U.F.A. here. The ofll-ccrs appointed for the year were : President. Mr. J. H. Peck; secretary-treasurer, Mr. C. Dillenbcck; directors, Mr. Bckmier Hodgers and Fggle-stou. A good start has been made andover 20 members secured. The meeting selected -delogates for the Modicino Hat convention to bo hold on March 2-ith. Sir. Shoemaker, principal of tho consolidated school, relumed to bis 1 PILL A LAXATIVE 2 PILLS A CATHARTIC 3 PILLS A PURGATIVE This Is The Way Mllburn's Laxa-Liver Pill's Work You will never use any of tho old griping, nauseating, . sickening, purging pills, containing as they do calomel and other drastic mineral ingredients, once you use Mllburn's I^axa-Liver, a jiill that is purely vegetable. Owing to tho great ca.-o used in procuring tho highest grade of drugs from which t they are manufactured, they aro as near perfect as it is poa sililc to got a laxative remedy. Thoy work gently and effectively, without gripe or pain. If you are troubled with constipation, biliousness; driven to distrac tion wKli sick lioadachos, if your tongue is coated, your -breath bad, your comple.vion muddy, your eyes yellow, have floating specks befora tho eyes, jaunillco, itching, blooding or protruding piles, stir up your sluggish liver with a few doses of Mil-bum's Laxa-Liver Pjils. Mrs.' Koy :\Iackio, Orillia, Out., .writes;-^"! desire to express my thanks 'for the relief I have had by using Milbuvu's I.axa-LIver Pills. 1 liad been sufforins for some time from constipation and ba(j[ headaches. I tried all sorls of cures, which did no good, until I was advised to try your pills. I got groat relief after "taking only a few doses." Price 25c. a vial at all dealers, oi mailed direct on receipt of prico by The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, fint.-Advertisement. liveliest thing in the town. Tliis committee was Ilnally beaded by Sterling Williams, B. A., who was elected by a largo majority over any other nom-ineo. Tho other two members of tlio committoo arc Mrs. Talilha carlson and Osborn D. AVight. It is hoped that tlie committoo will be able to funetiou ag tho club intended, that is, to relievo the too-busy editor of some of the laborious work in gathering local news and in supplying for the readers of the Globe, tho very best of tho news and current opinions of the great papers and magazines of tho da>-. Stop That Tickling In The Throat By Using DR. WOOD'S NOI^WAY PINE SYRUP That tickling in tho throat sonsn-flon Is most distressing and cau.'ies a nasty, irTllatius. dry cough that not only keeps you iu misery all day long, but also prevent;; you cnjoyinj^ a good niglifs rest. o Dr. Wood's Xnrway Pino Syrup, wliicli is loniposed of tho most soothing and healing cxpoctorant bcrba and barks combined with tlio lung-healing virtues of tho world-famous Norway Pine tree, v.ili give alnios' tnstant relief in all cases of- tills nature. Mv. E. A. Price. Port Carllng. Ont.. writes;-"For aliout a month las' fall, I bad a bad cold and cough and a tickling iu niy throat. I toughed nearly all tlio liinc. 1 tried different remedies tuid cougli syrups, but could ,VT I Ret no reliof. A friend advised iiio bASKATOON, Mar., IS.-Saskatoon | to use Dr. Wooil's Norway Pino Syrup woko up this morning to experionco ' and before I bad used two bottles, tho heaviest fall of snow this winter. | mv vow^h was all gone, and gone HEAVY SNOW AT SASKATOON Kain startod to fall just before oiglit o'clock tbi^ morning, turned to ;i lioav.v snowstorm later and by H.lfi everything was covered to a "depth of five inches. Snow is still fulling hoavlly and tlio temuoraturo is hover- my for good. I bavo not coughed since." Or. Wood's .\iirway Pino Syru"!) put up in 11 yi'llow wrapper; tbr.'i! pine trees tlie trade mark; prIco ;','> 'tfe^Tnent. nmm in Men's and Boys' Wear Goodman s Special Ten Day Sale A REALLY REMARKABLE ASSORTMENT OF CLEARING LINES AT EXCEPTIONALLY LOW PRICES Mens Shoes........ A splendid line of tan shoes, suita^ble for everyday wear. All sizes. Reg. value $7.50. Men's Shoes.........$5.25 A superior quality line of tan shoes; calf leather. Re^Tilar value $8.50. Men's Shofes.........$5.95 A line calf black shoe, with recede toe. Regular value $9,00. A tan shoe of fine calf leather, medium recede toe. Regular value $12.00. BOYS' SHOES Sizes 10 to K!. Cood wearers. .Selling j-egular-ly c.i ^-i.DO. Our ^-dlc lu-icc, per pair- MEN'S WORK SHIRTS Pepper and salt; military cotton liannel. nodular'vahio .f-'.7,>. Our sale prifc- s: B(5YS' SHOES sizes 1 to i. Good wearers. Selling regularly at fS.OO. Our sale price, por pair- $3.45 MEN'S OVERALLS Either plain blue or striped bibs. Regular $3.25 pair Our sale price, per pair........� . �................ 308 FIFTH ST. SOUTH Sole Agency for "House of Hobberlin" Clothing, and Leather Label Overalls ;