Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
The LeUihnto Bail y WjM'liiCKday, -23, 1910. Page 7 Are ofiering for Sale the Cheapest Lots on the Market Situated North of Track The lerta Baiiway anil Irrigation CD. LETHBRIDGE. BO Y. SENTENCED TO THE LASH For the Most ITeiuous of Year's SaBk., Feb. 22 the first timeiu the history of the city police court liei-e, a prisoner Is sentenced, to the lash. 'Magistrate Trant this morn- handed that penalty, to u your old boy named Hayward, charged with the ..most heinous of crimes, Hay- ward was arrested on Friday he had attempted to rape a little child 1G I mouths old, this morning when he into court he had no defence to make, The magistrate said it -was one of the most revolting crimes he had ever heard of, and although it was for- that the baby was not injured, still he would inn'o to iiiake a lesson of the boy. He ordered that Hay ward be sent to jail for one year and that during the term of his incarceration six lashes be administered. Haywarfi a known boy here, having been a clerk in a local drug store. JOINT SAVINGS ACCOUNtS at the HAIR If TORONTO are proving to'be a very great convenience to many of cmr With these ac- Either of tvro persons of the, household may deposit -of withdraw money. Interest is paid .on. all bal- THE PASSING OF HALLEY'S COMET Astron- omer's Observations and Deductions On the Wondrous Phe- nomenon In the event of the death or either party, the survivor may withdraw the money Capital Reserve Lethbridgc Branch t. W. McEachern, Mgr. -Mons. Camillo Flammarion, tlic not- ed French astronomer writes as fol- lows from the .'Observatory of Juvisy. The meeting of l-Ialley's comet and the earth in the month of May next be- s of Mars and Jupiter, at n distance of about kilometres. Since that date and up to the middle of De cember, it continued to advance' to ward both the sun and the earth with a speed always increasing. But then our globe carried about in Us movement of annual rotation roi the sun centre, has departed fmthe and furiher from the route foilowet by the cometary nebulosity, which i I latei" iinrirnnr-h. til comet naturally pursued its course to j ward the sun. On-January ii was sep arated from the suu by a .distance of. kilometres; a week later it kilometres, and on January 25 it was kilo- If you to get the benefit of the great growth of Lethbridge, If you want to get the benefit of.the in property values which is coming this spring, s YOU SHOULD BUY LOTS NOW You are doing jour part to make Lethbridge a bigger, wealthier city You are entitled to'your share of the increase in values Clean Within! Morse's Indian Root Fills furily tke Blood aid Prolong Life If xs much in- telligent care were given to keeping the body clean and pure within as well as without we' would see more healthy, vigorous old men and women.' The daily bath does its part by keeping the pores of the skin open so that they- throw ofFmuch ohhcbody'simpuri- tics, but it is even more important that r... AMM at 70 thebowcls and kid- tt ar. Mortt't neys should be kept regular and active. If the bowels fail, as they often do iatc in life, to move regularly at least once a day, the waste matter from the food accumulates, .decays, poisons the lystem and upsets the stomach. If the kidneys are sluggish the impur- ities which they should filter from the blood, remain and cause rheumatism, Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills regulate the bowels, stimulate the kidneys and open up the pores of the skin. The f result is a body clean red a hale and hearty old age. Three generations hsvc proved the value of Dr. Morse's Ind'un Root Pills, and their sale is steadily increasing all over the world. 250. at all dealers' or from W. H. Comstock Co., Ltd., Brockville, Oct. :i ORBIT COMET. SHOWING- ITS PRESENT COURSE. BAD ACCIDENT NEAR CARDSTON What might have been a fatal acci- JULY I. 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 tke-Start. DO IT NOW.' Our city sales office is open evenings. Gall and talk it over any way with Mr. Harbeke. our citv salesman. Alter 7 D. m.. in .j Room 107, FTiiJc lllhS tu. An' enjoyable Tuesday 03 feared for our .neighbors the Mar- tians. Rushing on the course, the course the" comet will approach nearer-and nearer to the sun; at kilo- metres on February 14, at Isri.OOO.OOO on February. 2-1 and at on February G. About March 12 it will, uwere rendered, cross the earths orbit at a pomt which r_. _ _ PRESENTATION MADE 'TO MR. R. LYTLE evening was spent church .in .token .o.f .the esteem and respect in which Sir. Lytle is held Air. Lytle "is leaving shortly for the east: It 'was a -complete surprise tor II O 0 3 Pc PISCES PEfGASUS 70 II O i gentlemen gathered -at -Westminster r few well chosen j remarks he thanked those present for i their kindness and good wishes. I we will pass at the end of the month of jMn Rl Lytle' During the evening songs, I recitations and musical selections! About nine o'clock of the pastor, Xeil McDougall, Indian agent October next. Oa March It; it will be only kilometres from the solar centre, on March 26 at on April 5 at and so on. ad vancing further o.-rh day up to April 20, date of its perihelion. Then it will begin to go :sway again irom the blaz ing sun centre at, first with a prodig- ious speed, but constantly slacking its course, as if out of regret at quieting tii'e'se brilliant sunlit which H- will only back at the end of the twentieth ccniury, about -the year 1985. In its return I'iiyht it will cross the orbits of Mercury and Venus, and will meet this last planet in the first days of May. was presented with a -handsome dress! Port Arthur has resigned. The Otta- suic case. This was-given-by wa' department' has'serif H." McKay' sentatives of the school and various societies Sunday; there to nil the office until a of the pointment is made. I Ring Up 70! when you want BRAYING done promptly and -Satisfactorily JOHN BROBIE We are here to slay and build our nest i accordingly. O Place Yonr Orders for POSITIONS OP TKE people's dent occurred at Leavitt on Saturday irine perceptibly to occupy afternoon when a team belonging to! minds. It is important that we should Klias Pilling ran away. A nroken bit j give- exactly ar, account of rhe astro- and rein was the cause Unas. Quinton and Oscar Carlson, who ?s away. On Feb. 4 U was t'rom the sun and crossed the orbit of as one may sve by exam and rein was the cause of the trouble, nomical conditions of this event, and iriing the above figure. ur I now make it. my duty to put before 11. utriuiv; 'Iru IT Vfi'l Cllt t were in the rig will Mr. Pilling, jump-jt.he eyes of our readers a plan of the x. i v.'liere the red pkir g. ed from the buggy nnd wore seriously j progress of the hairy star in spaco. i W: hurt. The first .named fractured a! showing its relation to the earth'? as tllls s'ob t v g and our prices arc right. WITH Try, and be cdiiviiiced thai the best place to buy lumber is at-t'hc A. H. DIESETH, Local Mgr. Rosirt Phone ri-h Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 DAXIV rUIN I Furniture, Trunks, etc., taken to any part of the city. HJ Farquharson Boisjoli Contractors for Cedar Fence Posts, Telegraph Poles, Mine Props and Timbers, Railroad and Mine Ties o P.O. Box 304 Fernie, B.C.