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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald. Wednesday, August handles 6 room house on Burclett St., Duff addition. An Al fully modern 8 room house on Burdett St., Duff Addition. Lot 33 x 175. Water and sewer in a short time. Price for 4 room Bouse and corner lot in North Ward. Some Good Buys ,000 handles an acre lot -willi 7 ro om house and outbuildings on Turner St., Ward. modern 8 room house and two lots in Block 6, on easy terms. Also a large assortment of modern houses and cottages close in.. Easy terms.. Representing: F. C LOWES COMPANY North American Life Assurance Co. London Guarantee and Accident Co. Phoenix Assurance Co. Limited of London Offices at Calgary, Edmonton, Lethbridge, High River, Nanton, Vancouver Gaxs Ring For heating the house during chilly spring and autumn days r Tou have the GAS HINO Attachment with the Sunihine furnace. ia a recent McClary very con- venience. After you let out the la the iprinr, and In "'the early autumn before the coal aupply Is ordered, there are often chilly days when some warmth from the furnace la desirable. Then the GAS RING Is appreciated. Just It for an hour or two ana the house will be comfortable. Unlike a gta log, the QAS RING does not require removing or the gaa pipe disconnected. Instead, It's a permanent It simply takes the place of the lower section of the fire-pot. The GAS RING la always ready for It cannot be clogged up with dust or ashes. It's very economical. If your coal fire should go out you can easily start it ajaln by llgrhtlnff the GAS" RING. TAKE A BATH ONCE A WEE One Of the Many Health Laws of Aurora furnace For Sale by London. Toronto. Mon It HJBL, TWO YOUNG LADIES DROWNED IN MUSKOKA Gravenhurst, Ont, Ont. very sad drowning occurred here Saturday afternoon in Muskoka Bay in which' two young .ladies lost their lives. Mr. J. E. Mark took two young ladies of Toronto. 'Misses Jewesson. out in a SOON TALK BY PHONE -WITH MEDICINE HAT "Medicine Hat, Aug. The long dis- tance telephone line between Medi- cine Hat and Lethbridge will be corn- Take a bath once a week. Do not spit on the floors, even of your own house. Sinks, wash bowls, etc., must be kept strictly clean. Keep out the flies. Sweep the floors thoroughly each i day, and scrub them at least once a week. No more than two persons may sleep in-a small room, and not more than five in a room of moderate size. Windows must be kept open in all bedrooms. Bed clothing must be thoroughly aired at least once a week. Yards must be kept free from dis- ease breeding rubbish and refuse. Place garbage in regulation cans, and set them out on day of collec- tion. Chicago, August of the above rules yesterday by Aurora's Board of Health was accompanied by a notice from Dr. A. R. Reder. health officer, that they would be strictly en- forced, and that violations would in-J the country, particularly north and vite prosecution to the fullest extent of the law. Moreover, Frank Mit- chell, chief of police, signed his name unforeseen, circumstances, such as an below Reder's, as a warning that seekers for leniency need not look to him. s "Those rules chief, grimly. For rfaeuma- gout and other lu of disordered kid- or for ttomach trouble, there w m therapeutic and pain alleviation in WATER Of, QUAttT? NO HARDSHIP AMONG THE SETTLERS Homestead Inspector Gives Bright View Of Their Con- dition Speaking ro the Herald yesterday in way, still he has been through almost every district and all the time he -was making inquiries as to how the farm- ers are fixed, and not once did he hear of any suffering, or of cases that are likely to result in suffering during the winter. If there were any cases of possible destitution he cer- tainly would have heard of them, or if there was going to be suffering he certainly would have seen some indi- cations of it. Assistant .Inspector Speaks. S. H. -Simmons, assistant home- stead inspector, who is' just :back af- ter a month's trip through the coun- try south east of here, says that with the privilege of being allowed to leave their homesteads until spring there should 'be no .hardship or suf- fering through that-country at all For the government to grant certain ex- tensions and to distribute seed grain where required is all- that is neces- sary. In the Milk Eiver district, says Mr. Simmons, there is a partial crop and east of that district there is a j large area only recently homesteaded I and the homesteaders were not in a (position to take a crop off-this sea- j anyway, so they- have not lost j much. AN ELEVATED COMMUNICATION Banff, Aug. Lodge. A. F. and A. M., will hold a communica- tion, on the top of Mount Ay.lmer on regard to the conditions in the district! August 14'. Mt- Aylmer's summit is Where the crop has more or less, a Homestead Inspector Adam Link, who has been travelling over feet above sea level and the ascent will take six hours. It is doubt- ful if a communication of any lodge lias ever been held at such an alti- north of the city, said that from j tude, though Cascade lodge 'has held his own personal observation, unless one on the summit of Cascade.. said the police "Everyone must take for a certainty "by the 7th or j inis bath and do the rest of the stunts. 8th of August. Tin's is the, statement given out -by Mr. Thomas, the local canoe. The lake very rough and manager. At present the poles are swells from the steamer Nipissing up- all up and the wires strung io Seven Dr- set the canoe. Mark-aikl one of the young ladies were -pulled out, but al- though every- effort was made to save the girl she succumbed. Mark was much the worse from che effects. The body of the other Miss Jewesson was not recovered until Sunday afternoon. SAYS LAURIER DID NOT OVERSTATE THE CASE Persons and the line will -be open for business in a very short lime. The only part of the whole system which is not yet completed is the short distance -between Seven Persons and about ten miles. "When this is done, communication with Leth- bridge. Calgary and Edmonton will be an established fact. When Discussing the Peaceful Rela- tions Between Great Britain and the States. QUOTED EARL GREY ON BEHALF OF THE CATHOLICS 1 London, August in moving the second reading to amend London, Aug. Times, refer- j the accession declaration. Earl Crewe "ring to the proposed celebration of the j referred to the fact that Earl Grey, century of peace, says when Laurier, before leaving to become Gov.-Gen- clwelt eloquently yesterday upon the i eral. took an interest- in this question, peaceful relations of the United States i said that 2.250.000 Catholics in Can- i i and Britain in a speech to the Ameri-1 ada, and a million in Australia, were I can immisrants in Winnipeg, he did j awaiting their Lordships'- not overstate the case. The British j The new declaration would And I want to say right now, that we are not working in the interest of the bath tub trust, further announced that he or some other attache of the health department would visit every resi- dence each week to see that the new rules were toeing observed. Residents Hear, Then Wonder. As soon as the new health laws be- came known, there was trouble in Aur ora. Former Senaor A. J. Hopkins said he thought the regulations were "sane and but there others who wondered how Dr. Reder would be able to satisfy him- self on his inspection tours whether abnormally hard winter, arise, the farmers will go through the year wjcii- out hardships. The talk, which has emanated from some people, of the I. TEN MEMBERS FOR B. C. Victoria, Aug. members a.t least, and .possibly twelve, represent- ing this province in the House of Commons after the next redistribution was predicted by Hon. -William Tem- pleman, Minister of Mines, in an ad- dress to the Victoria Liberal Associa- tion. terrible conditions facing the -home- steaders north east of the city and north of Taber is all humbug. And as" for governinent-assistance being re quired, all the government assistance "any of them will require will be in. j the matter of the distribution of seed grain, and some slackening of the j homestead cancellation regulations in j order that men, who have nothing to j rumors nave been afloat for the past do on their places, may go off to few davs that the decision of the uni- j versity site selection commission, i which recently concluded its labors WILL VICTORIA GET IT? Victoria. B. C.. Aug. Feed Is. Scarce. There is no doubt, lie said, about j the crop being a failure in most'dis- tricts. And in many districts there is going to be a scarcity of feed for stock which is going to cause more in- j convenience and real hardship than j in this province, has been communi- cated to the -provincial government, and that the verdict is in favor of Victoria. the one a week bath had been taken the other failures put together.! CRITICIZED THE BLUE BOOK London, Aug. Morning Post as required. 'There is sufficient hay in the south i criacized the Blue Book on That may be a puzzler occasianal- country for irs own needs, but not relating to the imperial said the doctor, "but if I should enough to feed other parts and the conference. It declares it will prove haul the wrong man. woman or child rest Of the country surrounding Leth-! somewhat gloomy reading for imper- inro court, wouldn't it be a matter of; Bridge will have TO ship in from North! ialists in aU parts of the world. 1m- evidence. all The wise ones will have j ern Albert? their mean" they will be able j requires. Expects Government to Act. the hay and oats ic J Pression given, is of ten resolutions. !Tor one reason. to show that they took their dip or j ladden I Empire and the Republic could count j the hearts of twelve million fellow-'soalv or variety was. between them of the Eug- j subjects in the empire. Jish race and in their desire for it lies the world's -best hope of peace. PUBIF1ED HIS Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pitls HeaJed Mr. j MAKES LIBERAL OFFER. I Peterboro. August -Charlotte j street Methodist church is in receipt of from Hon. Senator Cox as a donation towards the erection of a i new church on present site. If In .Q dle suspension of ALFONSO AND QUEEN Proof will lie with the members of j celiation proceedings. his opinion is j VICTORIA IN PARIS the family, you know, or receipts at j tjmt therp is no need for a general j Pans. Aug. Alfonso of I the' barber shop. SUSpensiOn Of the regulations, but if Queen Victoria, who are Every portable bathtub in Aurora j a man reporls in wriCing to'the de- i stopping here en route to England, was brought up within an hour after j partmenr Iie wants to go oft- j were the .guests of President Fallieres Dr. Reders proclamation was made, j Ms lo work tliat "should Dealers in plumbing supplies all sufficlenl to protect ais entry un- in rush orders for bath room equip- j t abQat Ma "next_ There might j the church is placed on his former When the sewers of the jilQme srounds_ Belmont avenue, 'he kidneys and skin clogged up, the blood quickly becomes impure and frequently sores break out over the body. The way to heal them, as Mr. Richard Wilson, who lives near London, Ont., found, is to purify the blood, writes: win increase subscription to ?2.V 000. and donate the site. ment and hot water attachments for j kitchen stoves. The towel depart- ments of the dry goods stores did a rushing business. Drug stores made record sales of shower apparatus. Excited by Ban on Flies. at a luncheon at Rambouillette today. Premier Briand and Minister of For- eign Affairs Pichon were present at the luncheon. The King and Queen will spend the night in Paris, return- be objections to this step, but he ex- pects the government will do some- j thing of this nature, for there is little 1 ins to Rambouillette tomorrow to take a man will be abie to do on his place luncheon with Senor Saenz Pena, pre- this fall, and if he is off it. lie can j sident-elect of Argentina. Vho is here DEATH OF CHILD AT MAGRATH. j .Magratli. August death of j "For some time I had been in a low, j Hope Woolley. the nine-year-old dauprh hp depressed condition. _ My left j Mr_ Q_ A< OCJ Although Dr. Reder told inquirers be N7ext to bathing regulations the ban flies most excited the Auroraites. and I soon began to suffer from indi- jjjc