Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
MAKUI 31, March Ihe first, meet hs'rf the new council ol Muni-j clpal District of Kiowery Plains, No. :Ki in tho municipal offices at; Klzlkotn on the above date Iho .pro- ccedingv were as follows: Mr. Mr. MaeFarlauo. .Mr. Jai-lson and -Mr. Oxloby took their oath of pfflce, and at U a.m. the meet- ing "was called to order by returning officer II. Trailer. The returning officer then called for nominations for the office ot reeve for (ho year ot NVillla'j 'r: Itabbitt was nominated hy ;Mr. Invin. There helnfj no other JiOirUuiiltorjs Mr. Oxtpby moved that eiose- Motion carried. Jlr, Kabultt was declared elected by i'.cUareatiou hy the returning officer. .Speech by '.Mr. Kabuilt. The reave then called Jor nominations for tho office of deputy reeve ensu- ing months. Mr.lrwln was norni- x nated hy Mr. Jackson, there uclug no other nominations, Mr. Irwh! was de- clare elected hy acclamation. Mov- .ft hy Jlr. Inviri that H. V. Mackenzie ha appointed auditor for the -year of 19EO. Carried. Moved hy Mr. Oitoby that we.purchase one large per half .section of "Kill 'em .Quick" to he ordered at once, to divide the order he'tween Ruluion anil West and H.'R. Paul." Carried. .Moved hy .Vr. Kubbitl that the secretary-treasurer get in immediate touch our as- sessor, and ascertain if lie Is :ihlc to complete the assessment in time, and if not that the leeve and tho deputy rccvo .he authorized to appoint an a-Fiasor sirlijecl lo the approval of the council. Carried. Adjournment called fcr dinner. Called to order after dinner' hy tho 'Letter from the Southern mp.n's Institute presented by Mrs. -M. 're grant for the Gopher Tail Contest. After some delibera- Ths Tortures of Dyspepsia By "Fruit-a-foes" LRTI.E BKAS D'on, C. B. "I ties a terrible sufferer front Dyspepsia and Constipation for years. X hid pain after eating, belching gaa, constant headaches and did not sleep well at night- Finally, a friend hid trie to In a the Constipation was cqrrectwl and soon' I was free of headaches nd. that miserable feeling that iccoupsnies Dyspepsia. I continued to take ihis splcudid fruit medicina anil now 1 am -well, stioug and HOUEIiT XEWTOM. 50d. n box, Iji'or trial sizo 25o. At all dealers or scut postpaid l-'ruit-a-t i ittil: Ottawa, iay He per gopher call for 550.50 bo accepted. Carried. Moved 1 ills delivered hy the school'! to'1 M'1--'Jackson that the council ad-j; ear Paia? not b'jlKiiiic. They yicfd fsc.il'n1: nclion ofllie rflicicntfJiurrLJc end By Wlzsrd Oil tlon on Ihe matter, Mr. llabbitt mov- ed the following motion: That this council p; gopher la! children of this municipality during he season of 1930 closing Juno 1st, said bounty to-bw paid through the Southern Pmirie Women's Institute the school hoard of Etzikom, Jmjon and Pakowkl school districts. Carried. Moved hy Mr. Irwin that Saturday. April JOth, bo municipal ;opher day. Curried. Moved hy Mr. MncFarlane thai all business "done previous to 3 p.m. be ralilied hy thu councH. Cnfried Minutus of the meeting of, Jan. 17th read. Moved by Mr. .Tackson that Ihe iijntiou re Guy Hentley as pound keeper he struck from the minutes. Carried. Moved by i.Mr. MacKarlane that' the minutes be approved as corrected. Carried. Moved hy Mr. flahbitt that Council- lors Irwin and Jackson act as a com-. initlee to determine the salary of! secretary-treasurer, hours ot office' and duties and report to nest meeting of council. Carried. Moved by Mr. Hahhitt .that the secretary-treasurer, correspond with the Department of Public Works regarding .surveying a road allowance in Twp. 4 Hange and another road on Section 32 twp, 4 Jlange S. (tarried. Tho following letlers were read Department of AgricuUura re seed wheat; Hon. Charles Stewart re mo- tion forwarded; Hon. W. A. Buchanan re motion forwarded; Hon. Duncan Marshall re motion forwarded; Min- ister of Municipal Af'airs re seed Grain Act; Minister of Municipal -Af- fairs re tl. F. A. motion; Dominion Parks Pakowki Lake; De- Minister Miinieinal affairs' re pound Saw; IDeputy AUnistev Public Works re road drag competition; De-j inily Minister Public re rail- way crossings; Provincial Board of Health re contagious diseases; De- partment of Agriculture re seed grain pi-ices; Canadian AYeElern Manufac- turing and Supply C'.-1. re account; Altodore U. F. A. re seed and toed distribution. Moved hy Mr. Jackson that this council Instruct, the to com municalc with companies or commis- sion firms having feed oats on hand for sale, asking them (or prices, qual- ity and ete. ready for immediate de- livery. Carried. Moved by Mr. Muc- Parlane that (he reeve and secretary- he instructed to sign the note of the Canadian iVeslern Manu- facturing and Supply Co. re plow shears.' Carried. by .Mr. Kah- hilt Ihat the secretary treasurer make an abstract of.all correspondence in sequence with Provlnrtal Department regarding hay, and b.rvrurd same to Col. Kelson order to as- certain why our orders ior hay have net honored. Carried. Moved by tMr. Irwin that tlK council cancel all orders for hay oidercd from the Department ot Agriculture not on Hie way; and issue orders to the appli- cants to be placed wherever they may raLsir.s the road between Mr. Oxtsby and Mr. Jackson the follow- ing moved by Mr. Uabhltl: That district N'o. 4 comprise all that iiTriloiv of Ktzibom coulee of cast Hue of secilou and. it Us understood that the of i tfttd district get a share o! i any grant we may receive for-Ihe j Marteuzlo grade on Ihe litzikom cou- I lee frout the provincial government.1 Carried. Moved by .Mr. Oxloby that Iho counelllors fi'od out the number of road toots in their district; aid TO- port at '.lie next meeting, atid autlior- ize the appointment of overseer. Carried. Moved by Mr. Jacksoa that the council authorize tho reeve.' and sccielary-treasuroi' to sign all and bills pertaining lo the buslaess of tho municipality. Carried. Moved by Mr. Invin that Iho rcevo be paid I at the rale of per day and tach councillor at tho rate of Jl.CO' ptr day for meetings; and ,10c for mileage as per Section 7-1 ,o[ the Municipal District Act; and also 51.80 per day for committee work and IfJc per mileage. Carried. Moved by -Mr. Irwin that tho secretary utteiul the Hall Board and Municipal Secretaries, meetings at Calgary on the I7tb aba" ISlh Inst. Carried Moved by Mr. Irwlh that the auilltors report fi-, nanclal slaieirsent lio accepted.' Car- ried. Moved by Mr. Irwin that the hill of Kobt. Gardner, secreip.ry-'freas- urer for salary; and Ihe'bfU of I., -li. Traxler, returning oti'icer for Bpwvilk Lad.v Had Exciting Time Returning Prom Minnesota Slock back SuSuSi' which Ihey sent last May up to the Big Bow lo pas- ture. They were uuablo to round the slock up last fall and were surprised to get them In such good condition this spring. i The Prlscilla Club Is lo meet at the j home pf. Mrs. Oscar Sanhy this com- ing Wednesday. IF THINGS CONTINUE (Cartoons Magazine.) Will a jtorm be allowed to brew! Will -the moon bo allowed to got Our Vmn lialf full? BOWVILLB, .March An- will a Blilp be allowed to anchor Ion Paulson, who has :jeen visiting! over a bar? relatives in Minnesota arrived home! Will captain be'allowed in put In last Wednesday. While crossing port? Dakota Mrs. Paulson had the mister-! Will cock-tails lie allowed on the liine of being ought in the blizzard; farmers' roosters? and the train la Which she was riding! it be allowed to narno children was completely drifted over with snow; Toui aod Jerry? In a few hours to that only tho smokestack of Uje engine showed above the snow. It was Mven daya before Ihe track was cleared, of Enotr BO that the train could go on. STRAW; ALCOHOL FOR PETROL (London Express.) Mr. Henry Tord announces that he is successlully experimenting wllh alcohol as a fuel to replace petrol. "I am now mataag the best fuel for my traders out of aaid -Vr. Kord. "and 1 have ati inexhaustible supply of fuel on my farm. "The day will come wheu we wiil extract the alcohol froru fruit and use tho rest tor fod.' ho declared. "1 am putting up a plant to man- ufacture alcohol from straw just to show people that U cau be done. It Is reported ihat Mr. Ford Mpecis lc' which he perfected to operate OB- the streets of Detroit oa the motor- car principle. JOHN BEATON PEAD MOOSE JAW, Sask.i- March Johfc Beaton, a former, old-timer ql Portase la Prairie and.-for (he past 1C years a dent ot died last" night at the age of years, .Hp settled tho Portage PlilBS in the seventies. Jemes Manuel, Jan., harrislor, ot Ottawa has loft oa estats The Cough Syrup that Stops the Cough A .large crowd attended the Farm-' ore' nodal meeting hold ID the hall on March 19th. Mr. Ben White Is back again on his farm' after having spent the winter in Calgary. Mrs. White will remain in Calgary a fair weeks more. Messrs. James Maloney and I. 0. Honntug were Lethbrldgo visitors last week. joure to the call of the secretary. Cur- 'Mr. Edwin Reynolds left, Sunday vied.1 :1 night for Cluug, Alberta, and Intends .o. bring back a herd of horses which RETIRE IN ENGLAND LONDON. March Canadian Associated ''fallowing Canadians have been gazetted'as be- ing retired in the. Col. H. W. "UlayJosU, general Major 0. li. llaniriger, A. Doyle, A.B.C. have been wintering there. Messrs. A. J. Mills. John Gourlie and-J.-K. Ness got tholr herd of young IlatnlEn's Wizard Oil is a simpld ritirl clleclivr treatment sore S-Jrgk iord5oCreCtnroat1t hrhiRs f relict on the chest'U wil) I for na? ot loosen a hard, deep seated I "1al Ulc secrt'lary draw on the De partinciit for C k cold 'r one night. Htm- often sprains, bruises, cuts and burns occur in every family, as well ,is litllt troubles like earache, toothache, coW sores, canker sores, neck, and tired aching feet. .Soothing, healing Wizard Oil will al- Wnys bring quick relief. Gct'il from tfruggists for 30 cents. II not satisfied return the bottle and pet your money hack. Ever constipated or have sick headache? Jnsi try Wizard Liver Wiiitis, pleasant little pink pills, 30 Guaranlccil. Vrtdorlck S. Ivollo. M.D.. Kditor ot ti'.v.l v.'Crik. nprv'oiiJ people increased we'lnht, strcnfrtli and f' ffirto. ffiO'jld lake a" .V.tTrn'iii tali- 1 lat of .lust lirfurc or i 'I'MH ]iarticu1.li- phoaphato is the wivcrv 'ainnna Kroncli rrlcnsisl, rjf frrv-n its have, recently npnearcil in if yon do nul nol thi.r, sro !o any sootl dm; nitni-V'liOf n well; if you tire or are loo ;ist and for a twr arried. of 'A. Freed to tue Kank of Commerce ro money .aco: Ing him In eonnccti'.n with road di- version on the read. Moved by Mr. Oxtohy that vre accept the assignment given hy A. U Freed to the Canadian Bank of Commerce re money due Freed oi: road diversion. Carried. Moved hy Mr. MacFarlanr, Ihat this council .inj.tr.icl the Board of IlaiKvay Commissioners to In some way construct the .raihyay crossing between aectioiiB H and 13 G.S.4. to make It more safe for tho geneval public. Carried. Mt.ved hy Jlr. Irwin that the secretary lo the partment of ARricult.ttro for lull par- ticuhirs re the dipping-vat proposi- tion. Carried. Moved hy Mr. Irwin that J. ,1. he appointed pound keeper for the Hamlet of KUikonv Carn'cfl. Jloveii Sfr. liabliilt that Councillor Iloherls he our delegate nt thu mening of tha Hail Insurance lltirml at Cnlsary on Iho 17th in case he carnnt go Mr. Cleo. Jnvin will, gti as alternate. O.irrteil. Moved hy Mr. Rahhilt lhal the gov- einment he requested to us road as indicated below I. Trunk rond, nintiing east nnd west, via Ktz'ikom, lo Orion, 18 miles at per inlio. 1. Trunk iiirmins north of 1'rikrnvUi. towards iio.ven Persons, miles al Jftif.uO per mile. JJOO.OO. fl. Trunk running north nntl S'jnlli IhroiiBh Kttikcan. 18 miles at per mtle. 4. I'.oad from Faith achoolhousf! rimning north lo north side of muni- cipal dlstricl 18 miles at J25.00 per mile. Jir.O.Oti. !i, Grade ucross Ihe Kteikom coulee known ns Ihe Mafkciuie (.'roaming i 'I. (irndo across Ihe Ktzikrmi ouly fifty j i Bridge across the .Many Berries K.U less: cluw your Iliorough- creek between 4.7 iinil 5.7 (no ratl- ly. and l[ at tho end of n few iv.eoki i mate.) Milking :i gninil Inlal of ynu.do nnt fei'i ytronser itnd hotter limn ymi have for months; if jour] liy Mr. Ituhliitl Hint w. M. T.rrvi'ii arc nril slendicr; if you do no: 1'cfcrn he npiwlnlfd road overseer for hniler titil havo 111010 vim, cii-jilie wnsl niilo of di'rtricl No. I. M. durr.ur.n .nnd vitalily. yrmr money willpv. hi: iipiimutcM] ftir (he hi! retarnr-il. nail l'.'.> i-l'tiiisuhate side of distric: Xo. I. Curricil. WMl cuit AdviTl. j 'Ilieii1 iliflicully in ar. a mau be punished for setting half shot In battler Will hops he allowed in datca halls? witl mourners be allowed to pass a Will a person be allowed to become drunk with success? Or Intoxicated with sham pain? (Fortunately pop concerts will be allowed to continue.) NEW YORK FUR SALE XEW VORK, March More than S.OOO.OOG pelts, with an estimated value of will ha offered for sale at 'the spring fur auction which begins here April 19, it is an- nounced. A total o! mole skina from all parts of tho world, be- lieved' lo lie the largest collection ever A pleasant yet most efficient cough medicine; its sooth- ing effect on raw and husky threats U felt almost instantly. It strengthens the breathing and mokes expectoration easy, and quickly relieves the most stubborn cough. Contains no harmfuS ingredients and can be given confidence to infants arid children. The genuine is :u a Red Box with Na-Dru-Co trademark. j4R I Dreg and Ctemical COBJMBT of Un'rtti offered, be placed on sale. This One TeUs' How She Was Benefited Lydia E. PmkhwrVs Veg- etable Compound. Regina, Sask two years I suf- fered from period] pains and nausea so 1 was unable to get around My mother had me iaVo LjdiiK Pinkham s Vegetable Compound; and 1 am ranch better nr.d able to go nhoutall the time, uhichl could not do before. I-recQin- niend VegefableCompound to my frtepd-i it I know they suffer the. same ww, and you innv Tinlili h my Ictttrif it will any one, ;tb I ho.jc it ill MBS Z G HLACKWi'U 'di3 OJcr Place, jtcgina, Sask. If every girl who suffers asMissBIack- well did, or from irregularities, painful' periods, backache, sidcache, dragging down pains, inflammation or ulceration would only, give this famous root, and herb remedy a trial they would soon find relief from such suffering. It hardly seems possible that there is after all the'evidence that is continually heingpublished, proving beyond contra- diction that this mam! old medicine has relieved more suffering among women Ihp.n any other medicine in the .world. For special advice are asked lo write the Lydia E. PinMiam Medicine Co., Lyi'.n, Mass. Tho result of forty years experience is at your scr vice. You can generally when the henrt is affected hy Iho faint nnd dizzy aiiclis, tho shortness of breath, palpi- tation, throbbing, irregular beating, sniuthc'rinK sensations, sinking, all-gone feeling, choking sensation, etc. Many men and v.'OTiirn becomes run- down and worn out when nUicrwIso I hey cnnld hn stronB nnd healthy if they would only pay some atlentlori to the first of heart weakness. Xo-remedy will do so much to make the heart regain strength ami vigor, regulate its am! restore H lo a hcuHhy nnd nornin} as Mll- hurir.s Heurt anrl fills. Mrs, C. A. S. Dr.iko. Paris, have nsH on tnvvardc the. second hox of .Milhurn's Heart nnd Xc-rvc Pills and fitnl they have done me good. I hail those fninJng, spelir, onro in u nnd r.tso nrsfi and shnrlneaf: of aild would hcTonie so tlinkvl up nt times I could hr.r.llv hiOri) aiding dp in fast I would have lo stop flu tiy Iti naich my I fee! lot be'.tcr sincn I have ustitl your pUis-i'.iKl know lluit, they hiive mr n-iinlrTfully I Imve rrrv uiufh." Prli-ii Ij'iv ill all dijaluvi or fiiri-i-: (ji iTo'-ipt nf pi-'rt! hy The T. Miliiurn Uo; '.imilcd, Torunl-j, Great Easter Suit Sale THURSDAY AND TL SATURDAY ONLY at 1 DC L New Spring Styles in Fit-Re- form and Society Brand. (Better Clothes For Men) together many, other-lines throughout our stock will be marked at rediiceti'prices forTThursday and Saturday we urge you- to at least come in and examine these hetter clothes on which we have reduced the prices. Nothing short of seeing these suits and trying them on will convince you of the very High Quality of Materials used in the making, the Expert Tailoring and: the Perfect Style and Fit'.., HERE'S YOUR SPRING SUIT OPPORTUNITY We have plenty of very, smart style suits (or young men in Society Brand Belted and High Waist Line Mod- els. Hundreds of suits for the conservative dresser in the less extreme models. Suits, regular Suits, regular Suits, regular Sale Suits, rerjular Saie'. Suits, regular Suits, regular 50 Suits, regular Sale Suits, regular Suits, regular Sale Suits, regular Suits, regular Similar reductions on all other price suits and overcoats. Our spring clothing was all bought on a comparative low market and our Regular suit prices are at least 20 per cent, below present day costs. EASTER HATS The new Spring Hals arc ready for Knster and Easier Sun- day is the proper time to Stelson, Vanfty, Mallory and other reliable mate hats. Prices to Special line of MEN'S DRESS SHOES in Slater, Regal and other makes, regular to Sale EASTER NECKWEAR Kvwy man can find'a tic in our slock that will fit liia pocket book without offending his lusle.- Prices 75c, and up., New Spring Shirt Patterns in Cluett, Jaeger and W. G. Prices to Regular stock of GEO. A. SLATER and REGAL SHOES, less the advance price, to MAKE THIS STORE YOUR SHOPPING HEADQUARTERS FOR CORRECT EASTER APPAREL. ISIcKELVIE McGUIRE Largest Distributors of Men's Wear in Southern Alberta. Kirkham Block iinonnaaaocjac'