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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 22, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Tuesday, February 22, 1010 If you want to get the benefit of the great growth of Lethbridge, If you want to get the benefit of the great increase in property values which is coming this spring, MORNINGSIDE You are doing your part to make Lethbridge A bigger, wealthier city You are entitled to your share of the increase in values BUT: You can't stop to think about it forever. You must act. And the sooner you act the more of the increase you will get. Gives you the Start. IT Our city sales office is open evenings. Call and talk it over any way with Mr. Harbeke, our city salesman, After 7 p. m., in Room 107, Sherlock Block THE STANDARD SECURITIES CO. Aid. Kiof Ami Bowman Tank It Is Too When Cold Winds Blow When cold winds blov, bidnf is in the air, and back-draughts dowa the chimney deaden the fires, then tfaf PERFECTION Oil Heater Tlie bylaw to''prohibit dogs running at large for which a draft was sub- mitted at the previous meeting introduced and received its first two readings last night at the regular meeting of the council. The bylaw as presented did not dif- fer -in any essential detail from the draft. The substance of the bylaw is that dogs arc prohibited from runn- ing at large unless tied by a chain no more than six feet in length, jDogg running at large are to be impounded and the sum of two dollars is requir- ed to redeem them frcm the pound. Alderman King thought it was a hardship to dog owners who kept their dogs under tbeir constant care. They should allow a dog that would follow his master around to run along with him without .a chain. A dog under his master's observation was not a stray dog. The intention of the by-law was not to deal with dogs like that but with stray dogs. Alderman Oliver stated that must be made very strict or if any liberty were allowed it would be tak- en advantage of. Alderman Bowman was also of the opinion that the bylaw was altogeth- er too "strict ;for this city. He would like to have the opinions of men who knew something about dogs before de- ciding on the matter. FIRE PLAYS HAVOC INrNORTH PORTAL North Portal, Feb! United States detention and immigration hall, Finn's store and dentist office of Dr. Mckechnie were destroyed by fire this morning. The fire broke out at 2 a.m. in the store and there being no fire fighting apparatus in North "Portal, it quickly spread to the oilier buildings. Several Chinamen in the detention hall were removed to the Soo depot All the buildings were insured and most of the docu- ments and records in the immigration building were saved. Total loss is at shows ita lure hetriaf power bf steadily supplyiof just die heal tbtt is seeded for comfort i' TTws PeffwMn it b M bf vettber MMtt-riiut a ajMkl, keti. Tfct were ICBK Automatic Device Ms fbt wick Mof ftnwrf few i> tous foot tMftfc 4 for 9 brass, vieft Htater fcewtif ally HAAS MUST STAND TRIAL FOR "SCANDAL" Washington, Feb. Haas, of New York, indicted in the District ot Columbia in connection with {lie "cotton leak swindle" of the depart- ment of agriculture in 1905 must come to Washington for trial. 3uch was the decision today of the supreme court of the United States. the court announced that it has decided that Theodore Price and Frederick A. Peckbam, in- dicted at the same .time as. Hass must also come to the Dtetrict-of Columbia for trial. They were indicted In con- nection 'with' the "scandal." SHOT HIS CHILDREN- THEN KILLED HIMSELF Birmingham, Ala., Feb. Stephens, son of a prominent mine operator, today shot and instantly killed three of his little children, shot and fatally wounded the colored'nurse and then turned the pistol on himself and ended -h's own 'life. TIY THEM BEFORE YOU BUY THEM Qftn PHte twit we send Gin Pills free to every tufferer from Kidney and Bladder Trou- bles, Rheumatism and Lame Back. We want all sufferers to test Gin Pills, and see for themselves that these pills ac- tually cure all such diseases. No matter what your experience, has been with doctor's medicine and advertised reme- dies, we want you to try Gin Pills. And we let you see how much good they will do you by sending you a free because we think your experience will exactly like that of Mr. Webster's. Skipness, Ont., Dec. 16th. I have used the sample box of Gin Pills you sent me and have received neat re- lief. 1 enclose you P. O. Order for for half a dozen boxes." RICHARD WEBSTER. Voit w Vr, Webster first for a. irrie sample of Gin Fills. He tried them. They did him so much good that be was jlad to send the money for ft full site Boxes because he felt that he had found for his trouble. Do the same. Write the National Dnif Chem. Co. Limited Toronto, for a free sample. Then you will be in a position to decide whether Gia Pills are the right remedy for you. 27 X MOTORMAN CELEBRATED BIRTH OF SON. Kill But Wound Up By Trying -to Himself. Edmonton, Feb. Lying In the porch of the German Baptist Church, with his throat cut, and a- bloody; la- zor in his hand, J. Smirl was found by a constable last night at Stmrl. 'who was engaged as a motormjin d: r- ing Superintendent Taylor's absence, and who had got drunk while elf duty -and had been reported ro the officials, found this put anl Instead of facing the charge. went, on t day drunk.. His wife is in Toronto at present, confined to her bed after having given birth to a baby boy. Smirl, it Is said, was celebrating the occasion when fie was reported. Taking it. very .much to heart, he went on. a. prolonged spree which resulted In the attempt on his own life. He was too drunk to injure himself ser- iously :and will be completely recov- ered in a few days. He will have -a hearing at two o'clock Ed- monton Bulletin. WHERE CAN THIS CROP BE BEATEN. Hans...Marquartson, of Raymond, brought in a load of wheat to .the Ellison Mills to-day that beats any- thing shown here for some time. This wheat graded No, 1 hard, and weigh ed sixty-two pounds to the bushel Tne crop yielded fifty-five bushels to the acre. This is an enormous. yield for spring quality. wheat of such excellent AREA FOR CHINESE AUNDRIES DEFINED building inspector, by refusing a per- mit for a laundry in that area could regulate the matter. The first and second readings were passed and the bylatv will receive its final reading at the next-regular meet- ing or the council. CRISIS !y By-law-Places Named As Dugerns To PnblK Health The bylaw dealing with the loca- tion ot Chinese laundries received its first and second readings at the coun- cil meeting 'last-night.: The amended section of the old by- law as xead stated that no business likely to 'be dangerous to public health could locate on Round, Crabb or Glyn Streets or on' Redpath and Dufferin .streets between Round street and Westminster Road. No Chinese laundry should be estab- tnis afternoon probably or lished south oi Courtland Street east of Smith streetvor north of Ford street and those that were in that area now should bii removed. Alder- man Bowman, in speaking on this by- law stated that he would like to see a residential district denned "in the city. He thought 'the bylaw should allow the expiration. of lease before the laundry should be forced to move. Alderman Frayne stated that he would lik'e to see them excluded from a much larger area than that pro- scribed in the bylaw. Alderman Sage thought that the SUFFRAGETTES STILL HOPEFUL London, Feb. Springs eter- nal in English suffagette ;breii6t and the militant ones confidently expect that their case will be settled soon. REACHED IN While'their militant 'tactics are in abeyance they are trying to arouse TRAINMEN SITUATION. interest of the com- Baltimore, Feb. crisis In the negotiations for higher wages .which have been here for the last two or three weeks between the Baltimore and Ohio R. R. com- pany and its conductors and train- men, appeared to have been reached when the men's committee re- fused to accept the .coun- ter proposition, unless it Is materially modified. The company's it is under- stood, took the matter under advise- ment, and a reply is expected by the HRE ALARM DISCUSSED Household Royal r.'p'ic.-.- _______ Flour mikes just u fine Pastry as it does Breid and best rf botfc Bookkeepers fad it Gives Satisfaction munty by means of, a "Woman's Mis- sion." This is a series of :meeting? for women only are to be held simultaneously all over the, country." They are also making preparations for another general election -which they are sure Trill come within a few Their abandonment of militant tac- tics, which is considered by the Lit- the futility of such metnods they de clare to be merely temporary measur- es. They wish to give the government one more chance to do the right thing and are willing to wait a reasonable length of time, but at the end of this probation-sheuld the government fuse to consider their claims -they stato that their former militant tactics wiil be mere child's play to what will hap- pen in the future. One, effective result of the suffrag- ette invasion of Halloway jail and the constant complaint of votes for women prisoners there as to their treatment is the new scheme which has just been framed at the home office. In future women prisoners between the ages of 16 and 23 will be separated from the hardened criminals and will receive lessons in sewing and dressmaking. A committee of ladies will also assist them to obtain situations when their sentences have been served. Alderman Sage Wants Public Alarm Alderman Sago repeated his inquir- ies regarding a fire alarm for the city at the council meeting last night." Alderman Frayne stated that he had been talking to the fire chief and he had explained that when an "alarm was rung in from the boxes being in- stalled that an answering ring was given in the box at the same time so that the person could be sure that the alarm had been turned in right but not the. other. Public sen- timent and the press of the city were very much in favor of a public fire alarm. A miniature Eiflcl tower on the square with a bell would be one suggested method to provide this or an alarm at each of .the fire stations m the city might answer. Alderman Sage stated that he'had another matter that he wished before the council too and that CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Acadia Block Special Items for Wednesday's Shoppers Presenting Cash Values of Exceptional Merit ThU ad-news U of particular interest to women who are economically containing as it does suggestions, of many seasonable items from the various de- partments of the items which show a substantial saving on the most de- sirable lines of bjependajble new merchandise, made possible only by our strict adherence to the "spot cash" system, which is the only store method by which you getffwil value ;f or your hard earned I-. A "'._ Iwilderiig Cellectioi of Nei Priits 12JS iferjf piece giaraatert fast de 1Z 1-ft prints are the very best grade that British manufacturers produce, shown in many designs that are entirely new this, season. The .ginghams are the dependable Scotch manufactured lines, shown in various checks, stripes and, plain cham- brays. Beautiful qualities that you could not even match in the majority of stores at 15c. Our special cash price. ;i .12 l-2c "TYPHOID MARY" RELEASED. Claimed to Have Been Walking ceptaclt for Typhoid Germs. New YorV, Feb. "Typhoid the of an overhead bridge on Coutts Street across the'CvP.R, trades. He had written to Smith, Kerry and ChacV of Calgary asking for an approximation of the cost of such a structure aad the figure sub- mitted by them was a maximum. Tlie secretary slated that followiag the decision of the councS! had written to Superintendent Taylor of the C.P.R., asking him matter up with the city engiwer but he had ap reply as yet. at the request of the New York heaiiii authorities, is a free woman again, alter having been confined In charity hospitals off and on for three years, because physicians that she was a living receptacle for typhoid genasj and a. menace to pubMc'health.' formerly a cook and con- sidered particularir dangerous in that capacity as Hkely to. transmit the every particular. Remarkable Value in Cashmere Hose Going At v.... .'J-j .2oc Pine ribbed goods in splendid weight, extra good plain weaves; full fashioned, seamless feet, spliced heels and toes; colors guaranteed absolutely fast; qual- ities that would be good value at 35c. Beautiful New Designs in Silk Veilings at 25c lovely collection from which to choose, including all the new weaves that are to be popular this season in colors navy, brovrn. white and black.' Qualities as good as nraiiy showing at 40c the yard. ;