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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Pally Herald, Wednesday, January 19,1910. is; Daily Herald Ettabll�hed December, 1907. Published by the Lethbridge Herald Printing Co., Ltd., every lawful e.on-Ing at Itfl office, Crabb St., Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing Director and Editor PHONES M:24-Lditorlal and News Department 1052-Advertising, Circulation and Job Departmens. Subscript.on Rates Dally, one year, ilelivori'd ......|l.0(j Daily, six months, delivered ...$2.00 Daily, three months, delivered ...$1.00 Daily, one month, dc-livcred .....Sbc Dally, one year, by miiil.........lo.vU Daily, si.\ luontlis, by mail.......ll.T,") Daily, throe months, by mail .....Sijc AiUlre.-5st's changed as often as desir ed, but both new and old addresses must be given. WEEKLY l-'tiblished every Wednesday in eight pages, and contains a summary of the v,o;id's news of the v/eek, local and loreign. One year, in advance ...........|l..'it> Si.x montlis, in advance .........7uc T.hrce months, in advance ........TiOc THE DAILY HERALD Is one sale at tlie following places; - Ltihbridge-Red Crosi= Drug and Uook Store, J. G. Robertson & Co., J. J. Johnston. Wacleod-Young . ."i Co., R. \V. Ham ilton. Plncher Creel. L. Keineclie. Grassy Lake-Dr. Tughar.. Sow Islan.!-A. F. Wens. Calgary-Alberta Hotel News Sta�QMO�OK)�OMO�o, insist on -.he C.P.R havin, ,at,s and [^^J^ ^[-J-^ '^irr^ll^.vla ' * watchmen at the Gait and We.stmm- ,f sports at the same time, stcr'Crossings. That is the way the ^ _.\,-t,. routine l>iislness had been danger is eliminated in other cities disposed of. the president. J. R. Pol-look, stated that some talk had been i heard in reference to the board pass-' i;ig some aetion regarding to the un-m.-^ua; state (if civic alTarrs resulting fiom the failure to nominate and elect ,a new ii'ayor and councillors foi- the current year. H e doubted the i'ro-;j:r!i'ty or the proposed action on the ipart of the board, hut the large cle- and towns. The city council is going to take a whole night to discuss the civic salary business from stem to stern. It is not improbable ihtvt liovr-ral T-hours y-12; 2-5; T-lo. DOCTORS MEWBURN AND DEAN! Redpiith Street. Hours-Before ( a.m.; 2-3; 7-8. DR. A. Block. Grabb. 72. McNAllLY-Ofllce Staflord Residence, cor. Bompa* and Phone: Oflice 277; resideno* len present thousrht j should be taken, 1^ NEWS NOTES FR031 THE PASS : luent of business ine that some action...................., ^ and ;� resolution thankiiis the nmyor i -st graduate in medi-.. cine at the Lniversitv of Toronto, and .- going over the new tip- professor of analomv there for half REFORMING INEBRIATES The proper care of inebriates has been one of the problems facing their relatives, the police authorities and the humanitarian. The general policy of locking a man tip in jail for a term every once in awhile has been found to avail little or nothing in helping a man to overcome the unfortunate position in which he lias placed himself. Down in Ontario there is a society known as the Society for the Reformation of Inebriates, under such able leadership of Professor George M. Wrong of Toronto University, Hon. II. C. Biggs, Dr. A. M. Rosebrugh, and others. The society is doing what it can to reclaim the uafortunates. Thev recognize that the drink habit is accompanied b- a diseased nervous system and what the majority of them' need 4^ medical treatment. Accordingly as many as will allow it, arc taken to a ho.spital or to a small farm where they are treated and g;iven exercise such as to free the whole system from the disease. This is but one line of social and moral reform bcine undertaken in a practical way to make men out of those who have lost hope, strength and solf-rcspect. To the average man such treatment appears better than the usual thirty days for being d, and d. at Beilevue, blew down, entailing considerable of a delay in getting the new plant in operation. It had been expected that the plant would he in operation before this but the accident hasdelayed coal will be pie in afew days. A detailed description of this plant was given in these dispatches recently. Yesterday was pay day in The Pass and as the mines have all been working steadily the past month, the pay was very large. Approximately $200,000 was distributed among employees of the various companies. In consetiuence everybody in the district is flush with money ju.st now. Scenes*} on the streets last night would have the operators who oppose a bi-weck-ly pay day on the ground that oter-ations would be hampcri-rt by ''^'^f'-''-1 Nearly Foui sive drinking. Certainly if the /aii:e I scenes as followed yesterday's pay | - were enacted twice a month, the con-i Ottawa, Jan. 18.-There are approx-tention of the operators would be''"'ately 3,500 civil servants in govern-strpnrthpnMl ^departments at Ottawa drawlne strengtnp;ie> parlors In city. Five doors wpbi of Post Office, Ford St. White anrt Black Cars. Phone 5G1. PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER-Mlsa O. I. Tuff, Office 516 Hill Block. Duf- ferln St. Phone 574. P. O. Pox 19". PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER AND ACCOUNTANT WM. HUGGETT-(Late Instructor of Calfe'ary BusiosB College) Quick and accurate work guaranteed.' Accountancy work In all its branches. Office, Board of Trade Building (on square). Phone 1012. Tl^iv ?o:i. �   ;