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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page The LethbridKe Daily Herald. Tuesday, August SOOTHING SYRUP That's the one safe remedy for a fretful, crying nothing in it to stupefy or to cause dangerous after- effects. Nyal's is the only soothing syrup we know of that contains no opiates whatever. Remember the name health of your child may depend on it. Nyal's Soothing Syrup in- duces healthy and natural slumber eases the worn nerves of mother by giving the baby sweet and peace- ful sleep. We strongly rec- ommend Nyal's because we know exactlv what's in it. will Sold end by ALL LETHBRIDCE DRUGGISTS 2152 WAS GOING TO GET RJD OF BOSS. Rather Remarkable Case at Prince Al- Englishman Insane. Prince Albert, July the Mounted Police barracks ijere yester- day, Fred Green., a young Englishman, Just out from the Old Country, -was committed for trial on a charge of car- rying concealed weapons. Tie story told in ceurt; was a re- markable one. William Russell, em- ployer of the accused, testified that he had suspicions regarding Green's and searched -his effects and iound, in addition to a loaded revol- ver, papers forged by Green -Seeding farm to prisoner, and a letter to the local newspaper stating that Rus- sell -was leaving the country, and would not require his paper any more. A question has come as to Green's sanity, and this, will be investigated by the -authorities. The police think Green simply intended Rus STREET GRADING WORKCRIT1C1SED King Makes a Kick Lights for Lanes in Business Districts Other Gity Council Matters Up Last Night A communication was received from i submitted his report for July. Six j the Board of Trade at the City Couu-1 miners were employed, and 75S tons cil last night in connection with the j 10 of coal mined during the Carnegie Library matter. Enclosed month. The report was received and with it was the last received j riled. Unequalled for the Complexion, Toilet, Bath aid Nursery Preserves autl twautifies the skin, soothes irritated and itching surfaces. Opens the from Andy's private secretary. Board of Trade's letter suited The that nothing very definite could be got out of Carnegie toy them, but thought that the matter might -be taken up .by the Council. The opinion seemed to pre- A communication from the secre- tary of the provincial board of health, together with a copy of a resolution on the sewage purification question, at the last meeting of that indefinitely postponing the time i fina. Soap is the surest iuea.ns of possess- j i I ins the fairest complexion, the softest aud j whitest hands. Its peculiar healing- and f antiseptic powers, possess! by no other soap, make it especially valuable In the nursery, relrohtng- iu the 2Sc. ctruecuU or direct on receipt of price. Send fvf cur ajwf PJ11IO iur SWiC. CO., S.wwk, S. J, B. S. i. Malr Bcfllth never fails to restore GravHair to its natural color and Is not a dye. and j JSQe. a" bottle I WV REFUSE AIL SUBSTITUTES vail that Lethbrklge should look else- limit in which cities and towns are to than to Skibb Castle if it want- have.plants in operation, aad ed a public library, and a motion was referred to the city board health. passed that in view of the fact that the records showed that Carnegie's offer made some years ago was turn- down by the ratepayers, and that there was insufficient evidence that Put Fire Department to Work, A petition was received from a num ber of ratepayers on Crabb street ask- ing that, cue beat of the water sprink- ler be continued on Crabb street Keid, who was asked to estimate the cost that the carrying out of the re- commendations would entail. No Grant For The Finance Committee reported that in view of the fact that the city was already providing relief to those requiring it, could not .at present accede to the request of the Woman's j Relief Society for a grant towards its the''body of the ratepayers had chang- south of London ro Charles street. ed their mind upon the question. where considerable grading had heen therefore the council did not feel just- j carried out lately. The council de- ified in again taking up the matter, j cided to send down the fire depart-. The motion carried unanimously. jment, and give the street in question Monthly Reports. U thorough soaking. Building Inspector Meech submitted j May Light Lanes. his report of the permits granted and! of Police Gillespie, in addi- buildings inspected during the month j tion -to submitting his monthly re- of July. His report was received and ports of the doings of the police force lied. I and the licenses applied and paid for, Sanitary and Plumbinz Inspector were adopted, fallance submitted his monthly re-j attention to the fact that of the stores and business places in the city have given up the practice port: Seventy-eight loads of refuse and sixty-nine loads of garbage were disposed of under his direction dur- of leaving on'e light burning in the ng July. The in a number rear of tteir Premises all night, and ue yiuwums was inspected. The re- 1 also to ttie 'badly lighted condition of if buildings ommendations of the board of health in regard to slaughter houses were enerally being carried out. There re no cases' in the Isolation al, none having been admitted