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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta EADFR ..MOM We have a good assortment of Coal Oil Stoves and Gasoline Stovesrat Red Hot Prices for a few TEA AND COFFEE POTS SPinfcJV.P..........70 Prices. Rubber A. Garden Hose, Sprinklers, Lawn Mowers Frost Jou. 4 CK. Wood "if You Lipe Out Qf Town, Write Us A practical joker at Montreal un- pelletters cart, and when the horses r Edmonton's" tax has Deen fastened the hoot in front of Faustin j started Pelletier thrown out j ed at 17 mills. An Open Letter to the and dermanic Board of Lethbndge.J" That THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY Are the Closing Days of 0 ur sale i is well' Known to" every observing this city nouses of ill repute, wSere men and TTOmen are are run- ning with, -wide open doors. It is no secret TWbodj denies the fact. Fre- quenters in etc, can be traveling "thitherward any hour of the day. Prostitu- tion as "practised m such places is surely illegal and most decidedly im- moral, some one in. authority lias confined the enterprise to a segregat- ed district It is street talk that occasional fines are collected by the police, and thus the though illegal is countenanced by city offi- cials The question over and over again been asked me, pass is to blame for this condition of thinga? ji thfe ence of these breeding dens of vice and crime due toTthe laxity upon whose shoulders moral reformation rests? _. Are the Mayor and'aldermen, to whom look for administration of city affairs at all censurable? Do the Chief of Police and his staff, to Trtiam we look arrest criminals and the'invertigation of al- leged misdemeanors, Discharge their full -duty? Is the Provincial or Federal govern- ment blameworthy? Who is to blame? Some person or institution, separately or Jointly, mast father the guilt of this immoral' institution. There are a few who favor the continuance of these broth- els. There are a much larger num- ;ber are "quite indifferent to the matter There are many who stand for "a cleaner -for'i-ibet- enforcement of law in this.direc- if at all Will the cus- todians of this welfare, to whom this open letter is" directed through the columns of the Herald, be good enough'to tell the latter, class-who is to blame? "Then the fight" ran-b'e in- telligently conducted., the inquiry .will, of course, have its weight citizen, I have question, thought I'represent, I am quite sure, a number of the ibest tbJuk- ing. people of the this inquiry. 1-v.m -comparanveiy aSewi comer, and" such- a question may> ,be prematurely asked, but this is ;a, city of newcorn- 'and.-Ifcaf if all -wait for-the "old- timers a long; silence will en- sue. Thanking you for your valuable space, I am, Yours, very 'truly, tapiah Takes Steps to Recover by Seizing Former Calgary- Lawyer's Furniture. SUFFRAGE The Calgary Herald says! In the course of dn application jrhlch was made a couple of days ago in the -chsisbers of Mr. Justice Stuart the old case of Amphlett vs Blaylock came up again, in tne case, which Captain Amphlett brought' against :tfr. Blaylock, the plaintiff ohtaine'd judgment for against the de- fendant, the -amoent money retained hy him with the sale of the Marlhorough Apart- ments. When Judge Scott handed down the judgment he made some very caustic remarks in, relation to Mr. Blaylock's conduct in the mat- ter.J In which took place the other -day It transpired that Captain Amphlett has taken steps to recover nnder the judgment, for the Blaylock furniture has ibeen taken in execu tion and will probably be sold in du. -course. A short time ago Mr. Slav lock made a flying trip through the city, arriving in Calgary in the morn Ing and leaving In the evening, on his "way to the old country. During his short stay he endeavored to dis- pose of; the property, regardless evi- dently of the execution. But the per- son to" whom he endeavored to sell it, about the execution and ie- fused to buy. Mrs. Blaylock, who is also In the old country, claims that some of the ifurniture is her own pro- wedding presents, and so forth, and the sheriff's sale has .been' .post- poned in order that she may xwt in affidavit of the value, of it r Debated by National Opposition Halifax, us, July JTa- onal-Council of Women lad a. hot- time to-day discussing and finally adopting A resolution, moved on be- lalf of the Canadian. Suffrage Associ- ation by Dr. Gordon, of Kingston, seconded on, behalf of the Medical Alumni Toronto University by Dr Todd. "That the Xational Council ot Wo- men of Canada do hereby place itself f on record favor ment of icomen.'i The "proposed, "The Hamilton local in. connection resolution draw H of the Consti- tution entrtfed, "Gteneral mucli as the resoluiion jseemed v in- consistent with the principles laid down in that article." Lady Taylor, of Hamilton; led the fight resolution ioldF" ing that it was -a political question! and unconstitutional It was mid- night before the council vote London, July E- W. Howe, R N, appointed to aa naval sdvisoiv has heen promoted to rank of eni Mr. W. H. Reid, ex-M. P. p. ,fOr West Durham, entered office as gov- ernor of Cobourg Jail, on July having resigned. PROFESSOR 'ROBERTSON IS BACK FROM ENGLAND. Ottawa, July J, W. Robertson, chairman of the Royal Commission upon technical education, arrived to-day from England, and had a conference with Hon. Mackenzie King, in reference to the operations of the Commission, which iait- ia'l meeting here to-morrow. It is understood that the commissioners wiJl work in co-opejratlon with the commission on conservation, and will make a- tour'oC the whole Dominion, enquiring; into the subject of, indus- trial and technical education, -before proceeding., .to .the United Kingdom and Europe nest winter. COUNCIL WILL HELP FAMILIES OF VICTIMS. Montreal, July. City Council this -afternoon .passed a 000 for the -benefit of-the families of the. victims of the Herald disaster. The -vote was carried with only two dissents. The money will, .be turn- ed over to the citizens' committee, which is administering a fund for the relief of the sufferers. In Cash Prizes TO BE GIVEN AT THE LETHBRIDGE FAIR August 9-10-11 For the Best Loaf of Bread made from Hour of the ELLISON MILLING VATOR co. The following arc the prizes: Itt2nd3rd 396 To Professional Bakers 397 HomeMade (Bakerscan! ?2 not compete in this claw) 10 Girls under 14 Best Loaf Brown Bread from ow Wr; WHEAT FEOUR 398 5 2 Now time to try it YouiJMiy win the prize! Aitlr .i-i: u- IOF mis you- will get a- high. grade flour at the right pdci i chance biggest prize ever oiFiFered in Lethbridge by Ask Your Grocer For Our prices will prevaU For further particulars net ;