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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tto Lettbridge Pally Herald, Tuesday, July Modern 8 roomed house and barn on Dufferin Street, between Bartlett Street and Westminster Road. Lot 40x225 feet. TERMS. Enquire 418 Round Street and Westminster Road, N. Ward at Tatar Bow Milk Htf h Claresholm Nan ton Granum Carmangay Barons Klpp Jet. A IT Awake lo The Fact kind of furixitUre you need to improve and make yoiur Mine" more comfortable is just the kind of furniture we are We are kept busy on repealorders. which is the best evidence to us that our lines are pleasing the public. Careful and Prompt attention to orders entrusted to us. The Standard Furniture Co. Home Furnishers 324 Crabb Street 483 DOCTORS GIVEN SPECIAL PRIVILEGES IN SPEEDING AUTOS IN TORONTO July .a result of Dr. W." A. Toung's .letter to" Mayor G-eary the doctors of Toronto will be treated more "leniently by the police in .the matter ..of auto speeding." The chief complaint lafd on behalf' of the profession -by Dr. .Young was that doctors, exceeding the speed-limit on' their way to visit patients in a seri- ous condition, were often .brought-in- to the Police Court and fined for vio- lating the by-law. Such a pened yesterday afternoon. The Police Commissioners recogniz- ed the necessity' of'. giving. doctors driving motors on urgent cases some exemption "from'the rigors of the by- law, .but they were confronted, the fear that such liberty might .be. turned 'into license. The doctors' sons, for example, might, under "cov- er of the exemption granted'their fa- thers3 numbers, violate the by-law. No change has been made in. the law, but--a working basis -has been arrived at. .If- doctor, .going to vis- it a patient who- is-seriously ceeds the unfre- quented .street, the prob- ably, fail to take his number." But it is .recognized that it.would be poor'economy to allow a doctor to perhaps kill, people in .order.' to. save ..the: life ,'of one-.whpse: recovery: iix any case. Therefore crowded streets doctors will have to observe the by-law the same as other peo- ple. APPUCAT10N FOR COMMISSIONER :At meeting last night'.-an: application was received from Harry Bentley for the position of commissioner lor the city of Leth- (brldge; ;t In.i of tie whole Aid. Oliver tiiat Mr, Bentley 'De appbtixteHi a commissioner at a sal- ary of 11800 per annum. Aid. King "remarked, that ibefore a- could he discussed a former motion ''passed ;'by; the council would have to toe: rescinded. said that before enter- iig 'forin of govern- ment they had got to get down and reftpoMibliities and duties of such- a