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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 22, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday; March 22,1013 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEBALD STOP DRlNiaNG No man can. afford to waste bin vitality throueftivthe. JnftMioiis aloohollopolBQn resultant from drlnklngp. AlcoliollKm li a dlseai* and iauat,l>e treated as Buoh. >, THE NEAL 18 ft boon to men and women addicted to the liquor ftetblti: v- /Tlkv^f^al Three Day Treatment le thorough and. coaUrUte/elita-la�t�� �U.,ti� Our cure for the Drug Hubit Is equally as effea It did not require much fuel to Ignite the local political Are In regard to the vexed question of licensing of pool halls, and for over two hours the councillors wore in heated debate. The situation became most intense, and the meeting threatened to terminate:a 'Dumber of times in discord. Coun. Matkln, chalrmaa of the 1I-: oeiise: and police committee. Introduced a ibylaw proposing to levy a llcei^e of $100 for the first table and $50 for each additional table. Coun. Rasmussen, Heathershaw, Jensen and Matkln lined'.up for the adoption of this 'bylaw, .while Mayor Ririe and Coun. Bennion objected strenuously, the latter riddling Its provisions from beginning to end. The vote was taken, dfter 'which Mayor Rlrle made his startling a,n,nouncement, bringing both consternation and additional uproar among the members. "The vote Is-a tie, and: according to the rules of parliamentary, procedure, the ohalr must cast the 'deciding vote," said .If is Worshii>.; Thl� he did against the .motion/ which was conserjuently lost. � Coun. Heathershaw allowed the matter to rest, feeling that as the hour was.late he would make a statement later, ' Coun. Hasmussen and Jensen are undoubtedly out of the discussion from now on, both being shareholders, in, Jensen Bros. Company, Ltd., owners of the building in which one of the pool businesses la situated. The action of the mayor Ilka a bolt.;from;vthe blue, and the ratepayers may ;}yet> be appealed to. Mayor RlrlQ would favor an election as',. Another matter j-disposed of was the resignation of Secretary-Treasurer GodfriSy/ Which was submitted to take effect April.IVv.Mr. Godfrey was! finally., prevailed .upon to reconaidar the proposition, and.he will therefore �continue'in tho office he has held so ;^ A special sess 'will likely be cal i6& of .the council at o'nce to bring harmony If passible InitounlcJpal circles. U.S. Deserter Arrested in the City One of the smoothest pieces of'fl^' teotive work pulled, off in Lethbri'dge for some time resulted in tUei.'arre'st onvThursday ;evenlhg. about ,7; o'clgok by Detective Sergt. Kroning of. John)' W. McOlure, embez2]er and deserteb from the United States army. at-FoTt Yellowstone, Wyoming. MoOlure -Ij confined to the cells at the poljqi, citation awaiting word frop the ooni; mander of the troop .at thei,;^.yomJnJ^^ fort, � , A few daya ogo Acting Mayor. Williamson received a ' oomi;iun,l�aydfl from R. M, Nolan, captain coipinapj^-, dug Iflt Cavalry of H. troop^' U., army'-at Fort Yellowstone. Ti^O|;com-' munl'oatioii - stated that M:cClure'>'v|R8J �wanted for ^epibewleraent andiBu})sp* quent deserUon, and It waa; itjioiiighl" he had headed for Lethbrldg9;-j-Th^. mayor was asked to have tU^. lafter handed 'over to^ ifhe proper �parties? and the' man arrested A' Ufell[itS photo accompanied the .letter,^ and'it ;ttBs t oh thia 'that -McOlure .^jfra? i.;ftr--' rasted, / ^* v i*-f *' '� The 'Wafited man isi -very^'pstlcen't^ and refui^es to make any ^t'^teicdf^t it;' go' back. Bxpoot, to" get, 18"). ^jojft^j.',' * That", was all McClure. yfM Embezzlement is an lextradlejiijlle offense, although desertion iap'-'^'qt, but since''he''-win not .fl^Sit'oxWdit tion it is expected the'r^ will be no dJfllouUy in turning him oyer to the officer who win bfe �seitr'for him. Captain Nolan has been wired ithat th'earrest has been,made. ..McClure is a7 ^^.ears of age, fair with blue eyes. He fa a fine looking man, and-the photo 'was- an unmis-talfeable likeness. He .waa arrested by.the detective while walking down Ist  avenue  south, and It jis thought he has been in the -city^ jfor several �days,;i.': . iThrownProm Wagon and Killed Thrown from 'hlsy^wagoniwhen>lil8 'team''ran away, oVer a' sbeep .coulee ';uear.Dupen's mlneivnorthjof the oityj gtave-Gengly, a forelgher.vllt on his head isufteringlnjurlosiwhich' resulted In-,his death while; being moved, in the ambulance to' the l^ospltal here. TJie^ accident happened^ Thursday afternoon. -.Life wa8?biol;0iif^npt; �when th� 'ambulance arrived in 'charge,^ of Captain Lindsay of No. '2 alationr' l^uit. .he 8u?eumba.^'i^ix,i brought to liho city, ^and>� fsx^ipa-JtioA, by Dr. laverj^ng -.he, was pro-no.un'Ced lifeless, .".No'*lnqueat- la' CQU--Bjfdered necessary as thb^cau'se of the maji'B''death; wov-PWMlys:','BJV'.aocldei�,t* Gengly*has been htyiUng.ooftl.iff&m the-'Ne'w Barnea^Jnlne"di^irinfe the' wiutcr using lilfi!;ls|j?#'i^m.-vi^ reoirnlng from dinner iWa; team 'be-canie unmanageable, fjimn/ng away oh'tlic 8t�ep hjlj tpj)th''q5;-,rJycrs}>ottom. sTHE'PASSENgI^RBI Whan'do ac aei oft? When do ao get off? PRICES: RuaBell-Knight "28'> Touring Model ^  $3280 Roadster Model  - $3200 PRICES:  . Rusaall-Kitlglit Sevan P^ss�ng*r - fSI^ F.O.B. West Tovoht*. Mr. C. Y. Knight personally direded the develop- if ment of the engine in Uif 1^^ ''28'' i| For this reason alone the engine represents the most peirfect type of Knight motor that has yet J built. The significance of this to the prospective ownisr lies in the fact that for some years, at li Russell practice -will be standard practice in perfectjrjg-the.; high-'grade cars that incorpora'te^Jo1^tma with one apar� rim. Folding Glaaa Windshield for Front Seat, Folding Glass Windahleld for Rear Esttmsion 7oi> with Side Curtains. Top _E)iyeIbj;>e., Foot-'Rent,' � ' li^obe imi. :.; TlrS- Holders : fdouble). Bjeotri*^ Horn,, under the bonnat. Tbe Russell is undoubtedly the bou-^iton o| (ilanadiau cars. Toronto Canadian Courier A Descriptive Catalogue will be mailecl, oi� d demonstration arranged ojn rtqu^ Russel Motor Car Company^ Limited Calgary ,Alta. Genglj^: -v^aa unablc to, atay on the .wagon, and when lie fell, ^t on, bis head, Injuring'him aeverely, about the head 'and face, and causing in-ternallnJuTleB, A hurry-up� call was sent in for the ambulance. Qengly'a pulse was very feeble when thg ambulance arrived. The att-andantg ad-mlniatered first aid; but tfiie victim of the accident was too far gone to recover.  > The body was brought to the city H�ad Office and Ftti&li^^. ' West Tordttto AuatrallSi lo Fetterly'a und;grt4klng paVlot*, Deceased was a r^ald^nt oi Royfl View, having, bean (ft mln^ there' fia^ fore the mines closed down,, n.^t*iii.'.i'A'*./i'..'i-'fji.i'i:i _ tiring French CabtA�4 to foitra a n�!-^ Cabinet. ' > ^ �; Stadebaker (E-M-F) "30" The World^s * A r;"'i'"y'2 . ' ^-'.'�ji'-'.-'a '�..�;>�; lifer To say that the Studebaker '26"--' priced: cars in the wotld.may sound mean every word pf it. , We Unow i|s More than \o6,000 Studebaker^o-tmiversal an endorsement is an ai ^ - people agree yorf qa^i be absolutely ' Tile time has come~'when in't vest, his rabr\ey as (lonfidently as sure of' satisfaction as he is'm the Tvell made machine.; Youtake m 'c The "30" is.a big, rpom^&r �ond. He tea.:. The'ao". is a-,tanadi�OT:cari)yh6|e "d^^^ the beSt au ' ' bile practice the world over. tJiifpubljic pp^;|pnn^ce and triate" 9i all three qualities'of this cir'have�bfeen!repi^ate These j To The Studefaaker Corpor�tion. WalkervUle, Ont Pleaio lerid me entuj^gub ifhowmgc ye^ mk. * 1 Studebaker "20^'. -  %f Studeb3ker.>'t-p,^%4y.............-p'! Nani*, A44reia_ CKVIPLE ONT. '7' if- mwM^ -1".' �i'iri--i-._�ii ;