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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 29, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta TCKSPAY.MAUCH 99, 1QB1 RAW FOR DR01 11JT RESULT Body Not Recovered Up Till Swift Where Tragedy Occurred Though the A. P. P.. with a boat procured from Chief from lienderbOTi Park, have bepn working n'lth grappling Irons all tho morning, up to nwn no Irate of the body of the late WllllaFi.Kubertijou, who was drowned hi the river on Monday, has been found. The stream is clear of ice, and the search (4 thus made com- paratively easy. The current is very fiwift at the place where tbr fatality U U tint They WORK while you sleep" itnua. u tilt to km reod mrlmawr, MffMttlMi to (hat he was eithe'r strack by Cliu ur iius'iuwl h'art through ot the chill ot the water. bunt on the occasion lew ot the home-made kind. It IMU bwn tint to rawlre Intimation of the tragedy wai -Scottto Hamilton, who runs the bicycle repair uhop on Slith street. The wan phoned In by Elmer White, who not lo safety on near side of tho river. HB hastened down to river with team and, fardinK U came nrrona Thomas Whltvlaw and the miner, whoffo name cannot be aacertalned. who yore in tho IwuL and tot across to the far aids ot the river. They were in the weigh shack ot the mine and were drying by the stovo after their immersion. A very pathetic part of the fatality in that the .wife and family of the deceased were waiting supper for Him and were wondartns why ho in comlns home, Considering tho nature of the Old Man river, with Its swift and trencher current aMl the sudden coining up of sales, it IB urprlsing that there are not more fatalities, as men cross the river daily in boats to get to, the mines on the other side. The law fatality was in 1912, when an old time miner lost his lite while he and Mother were bathing in the river and were trying your stomach gassy, upset, Taka one or two Cascareta tonight sure for' your liver and bowels and wake up clear and fit. Children love Caacardts too. No grip- Inconvenience. 10, 25, 50 CCZEMA Ton not (n (t when you use Dr. Chase's Oint- TKe Only Milk From the West Pacific Milk Is the milk put up in the West. Some brands may be a bit misleading in the way the label ia worded but unless is Pacific Milk you may be assured It Is from On- tario or one ot the East- ern provinces. Pacific Milk conna Irom the Fraser Valley, one of the finest dairying dis- tricts in all Canada. Its 'quality is eaailyproven by trying one or two tins. Ask yonr grocer to send it neit time. PACIFIC MILK CO., LTD. Factories at Ladner and Abbotsford, B.C. Pt Burnt Company, dli- trlbutort for Alta. A Saik. Doc Dippy, who was arrested at Ed monton and brought back to tlw city on the charge, as alleged, of llrlni on the avails of prostitution jumping his bail, came up before the magistrate at the city police court and was remanded until April 4th. Doc. Dippy, also known Henry S. Stone and Craig, professes to be a cartoonist, and while In the eel drew a cartoon which he presented to the city police. This depicts him' self carrying a Ing, with: the "Doc. Dippy" on it, and, with a plank across his shoulder on which Is writ- ten "Deportation wending his way to Sweet Grass. He is, while on tfie march, making the remark: "Pat ain't such a bad sport after all.'' -In the cartoon are two figures, presum- ed to be Detective Egan and Chief Gillespie, in which the former ia say- ing to the latter "Chief, I felt, kinna sorry for the Doc, so I slipped ,1 quart of hootch In his packet." U. MIA. ASKING O. Broken and Need For to Look After Union International officials of the United Mine Workers of America now feel that tile strength ol the O. B. U. in Alberta ia so broken that the auton- omy of the district can to es- tablished. Negotiations to this end are proceeding at the International headquarters'in Indianapolis. Livett, representing the organization in AlbeVta, la there now. The executive board is taking- the matter up and If It should go through an election In the district.- will be necessary. When the Ol IT. came into being and .revolt 'spread.-through district a commission -vss sent to the provincial headquarters from the -international headquarters to con- duct the affairs of ,the. ditsrict for that organization. This commission was composed of Messrs. BJkllantyne, Dalrymole and Caddy. Withdrawal the commission would follow such an election. Mayor Magrunder, of Oxford Junc- tion, resigned when the City No vel Vehicle Makes Circulars Sent Out by the Cen- tral Hody Asking Farmer i Opinion 'I'lii! United Karmora of Alberta an- suumliuK out. the fiit-mern of the pro- i vinci- with a view to organising to; icapture for themselves a market for I i chilled meats controlled by the pro-1 (Ulcers. Circulars liavo been issued j A rare bowl or household morUr which ,wun made iu Kiigtund, i the concerning what! during the Kninaii in.'aclon of Hritain. It was made by .Sollus. u Hlnvu "f i financial backing they aru willing to 'give and asking them if they will sub.j i scribe to tho project at the rato of ?50 j ja share. Tile circular reads in "Your committee advises that immediate j steps bn taken to find out what ana-! port The government of Alberta will! give this jnovement and what form it i MUlLOr CUT JIlU II ultll t.al! Ull UlC ritl.-.viiy :U I Commissioner Metch Will Con- tinue Plan for Making Big Park Beautiful RIVER WENT OUT EARLY THIS YEAR CorumiBsioner Meech Is planning a big scheme of tree-planting in pre- paration for Arbor Day. He expects to plant a number of seedlings In! Henderson as was done ThU regards as the cheap-. eit and most practical form ot af- forestation. Five thousand trees will he planted on the north side of the lake to ml In the space between It and the north drive. In course of time these will be thinned, with two and three year old trees ready to be planted out elsewhere where needed. An acre of seedlings will also be plant- ed under dry-farming methods. The government afforestation department is anxious to see the experiment tried out, and wljl provide the seedl- ings. The pbliey of planting trees in tho.west end of Henderson Ptirk, to serve as a windbreak, will be con- tijmed. The dead trees in Adams Park will-be replaced. In tlie tree- planting program there will be an outer belt of trees planted in tlie cemetery. will take. Twioe Hie ice iias gone, out of the Old Man river this year. j <-At the same time find out through The first time it. went .out on locals or otherwise what financial February 35 aud then it froze j supOrt we can. hope for from the I over on March 4 ami 3 to a producers of this province. We should slight extent and lias gradual-. ly- disappeared siucu Vnone Today the is only six inches hJgher Ulan at any time during the wintqr. Wife Finds Him Dead on Floor of Due to Heart Failure find out Ahat facilities are Immediate- ly available for mating an early start ,if we are willing to ship to Montreal slaughter. v "We should also find out what the Dominion government and other pro- vincial governments will do or can do to aasfst. "If an early start can be made mar- keting arrangements ir.ust be made in England. "This report having been accepted by the executive, the' committee Is now prepared to take further steps towards the attainment of the object; we liavo in view, a market controlled by the producers. "To attain this In the quickest pos- sible way we need the hearty co- I iASHEIS JMINIRL DL'BLIN, Jan. mon de Valera'a presence in Ireland cab not be attributed to any conniv- ance of tba British goTeruutent, de- clares a .leading Sinn Felner of the moderate group. He. expressed the conviction in an interview that the "peace" moves which have been wide- ly discussed the past two months rep-, resent nothing but a desire of the government, tor propaganda purposes, to ci John Richard Reddy, who lived on section 13-tp-rEe-lG, 5th, near was recently found dead in his barn by bis wife Laurtt. He had gone Into the barn to unharness his team, aud. as ho was a long time coming into bis dinner which was fqr. .him, she went in search of him to see -why he was delayed. On entering the burn was startled to fiurt him on the floor 4n, as she thought at. the time, IL falut. Securing assist- ance from u neighbor, Uaiinon. it was found on lifting the body that life was eitinct. Th0 deceuned liad been iu failing health but had made no complaint. According to hia wifa, tho family were Christian Scientists and had no liet lo.doctors and-medicine.' Death due to heart aml.au in-. quest was -Hot considered necessary. The- late. Mr. Reddy: carae to Al- berta from Kansas''City. U.S.A. He was 88 years of age, and, In addition to his wife, has left three grown-up children, two daughters ajKd son. MAKING IMPROVEMENTS TO HAMILTON MINE operation of all the U. F. A. members." MILK RIVER CLEAN-UP BRINGS ONE TO As the result of a clean-up in Milki River by Detective Lawrence and Constable Iliilson, of the A.P.P., Wll-1 liam Arthur Scarlet was up before the magistrate on the alleged change of. running a gambling joint in his bar-! ber's shop. There was no in that the nylire were not able to prove a "rake env Ou the further charge of keeping luiuoi1 for sale. Scarlet was lined with costs. In', the same court C. Briggs was fined j I with costs, for selling liquor. [I Simple Phosphate Supplies Strength and Energy- Building Elements That Modern Foods Lack. Just one or two little tablets real organic phosphate dispensed iu drug stores under the name of Bitro-Phos-1 phate taken with each meal is ably just what you need to cause yon 'to jump out of bed in the morning eager'for the Industrial battle ot the Considerable improvement and de- velopment is being made in the Ham- day- Modern foods lack sufficient phos- phorus, and that is why 40 per cent. of men and women today are nervous, Iilton mine which has been j weak and run-down. Bitro-Pnospiiate intions and that they have been by Spokane syndicate registered in is sale to take and HiKinbotham Co. Intent! thwarted by the unreasonableness of 5inn Fein. The man Interviewed snid he had been in touch with the returned "pre- sident or the Irish Republic" since de Valera's return from America. "De Valera's he declared, :'is by no means it hat of a dfctator, sven that of a plenipotentiary. His is a representative office. He must-net accordance with the sentiment of lis organization. He IB not authorized to negotiate peace on any such terms I AS have been offiered, and if he did, le would be repudiated. Sinn Felners maintain that Bail Bireanij is4he only egitimate government in Ireland and the province as the Southern Alberta Coal Development Co. Mr. Harrow, vice-president of the syndicate, is in the city supervising tlie improve- ments in hand. An 11-year-old girl was arreated at Chicago by prohibition agents after a.' man told them he purchased a pint of moonshine whiskey from her. or any good druggist can supply it at reasonable Council cut his salary from a will only negotiate as such. The 'per- month to The Council explained i mission' of the British premier for Bail that the reduction was "in keeping with the general movement of'wago reduction." Eireann to meet, with the exception of such men as the government want, is ridiculous. As a matter cf fact. Dai! Eirann has been meeting secretly all along and issuing orders through its varaiou9 ministries." It is known that members of Dail Eireann do not regard the "safe ron- duet" offered by Mr. Lfoyd George aa of any value or "as adding anything to Us .existing It is regarded merely as ;m invitation for the organ- ization to betray certain ot" its mem- nf Llicm having been un- successfully sought by Crown ngents for many months. This fairly represents the average Sinn Fein view, current among those who cannot be considered extremists. ST. CHARLES EVAPORATED MILK One cup of this milk to a and half of water and Try Grandmother's Old Favorite Recipe of Sage Tea and Sulphur Almost everyone Iciiowrf that Sage Tfia and Sulphur, properly compound- ed, brings back the natural color and [lustre to the. hair when faded, streaked j or gray. Years ago, the only way to j get thU mixture was to make it at Ihume, which is mnssy and trouble- Nowadays, by asking at any I drug; store for "Wyeth's Sage and j Sulphur Compound." you will get a j large bottle of this famous- old recipe. for CO With the cream, left m okind. White frocks adovneil with red are much the vogue 'u Palis now. improved by the addition of other gi'f-dients at. a small cost. j Don't .stay pray! Try It! No one can j postuiily tell you darkened your hair, juf U doe- U. so liuturally .and evenly. You a. hpongu or Huft brush I with if and draw this through your hair, taking one pmall strand at a limo; by morning the gray hair dis- appears, iiiul after another application i or two your hair becomes fully glossy and attractive. COftDON 80BBV GONN6UY MI Conmlitn HUMOaCSQ-LfE A PAaAMQUN r AdTCflAFT PICTURE FROM SHOWING AT THE KINO'S, STARTING WEDNE8DAV. Life's Minor Ailments should be promptly attended to It is well to keep the liver active, stomach healthy and boweb regular, the mind clear alert and efficient. Beecham's Pills taken according to directions will help to keep the digestive processes active. Life will be more satisfactory and successful by taking BEECHAM'S PILLS The biggest bargain In "swaps" ever known was when King offered to exchange his king- dom fbr a horse at the battle of and there were n'o takers! Just think! If one of your ancestors had been on the with a horn, you might have been King of England nowl Therefore don't Iflet i good BLUE RIBBON TEA Common tea Is drug on market, and you wilt not 'anything by buying It Half a pound of BLUE RIBBON makes more tea of better flavor then one pound of low grade bulk tee. TO Among the Good Things We Are Offering for Wednesday and Thursday Special Grain-fed LAMB Fresh Killed FOWL Strictly Fresh EGGS SERVICE THAT SATISFIES Delanys Meat PHONE 1580. 210 5th St. S. Near Lethbridge Hotel, i'. PRELIMINARY NOTICE OF IMPORTANT AUCTION SAL! TO TAKE PLACE ON MONDAY NEXT, APRIL 4TI At the Whitney Block (south of Union Ban AND COMMENCING AT 10 O'CLOCK A.M. FRANK WADDINGT< is favored with instructions from the owner l.o dispose of i tents of the well rooms by public auction as Full particulars