Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
v The Daily Herald ---------he Lethbridge Herald lawful even ing at its, office, Crabb Street, Leth v-1J-e, Alberta; Canada. 1052 Director and PHONES: Editorial and News Department. Advertising, Circulation and Job Rates Dailr, one year, delivered.......f 4.00 Dally, six .-months, delivered Daily, three months, delivered month, delivered ...l..35c Daily, one year, by Daily, six months, by mail .Daily, three monthsT by mail.....S5c Addresses changed as often as desir- .bnt both new and old addresses must be given. WEEKLY'; every Wednesday in eight pages, and -contains a summary of a restful person- ality. Ha -does not look as though he would bite -tihe .head of a man who little break in That monoplanist in Toronto founC himself up a tree literally when his machine got mixed up with the bran-1 Happened to make a "hes of a big-pine. Long term imprisonment is not too much for a man, or a body of men -who "ould endanger the peace of two na- :ons for the sake of the effect pro- uced on the stock market. Dhe introduction. He looks kindly and genial, and he is. At one of the meetings last week a little girl in white starched dress, with white shoes and stockings and hair tied with blue ribbon, was, as usual, poked forward by her papa to [-present the leader with the usual Again it may ;be well to remark bouquet K was a lovelv bouquet, .the men who leave Southern Al- j Mn took ft berta because of the dry spell this and ,bowed to year, will be much disappointed when they find it much worse every place else they go. INVESTIGATE THIS CHARGE. Her. w. G. W. Fortune, in the Searchlight, the paper issued by the Alberta Temperance and Moral Re- form League, makes 'the following statement: "Recently a man from outside our province ianded for safe keeping to the proprietor of a -hotel on the Cal- branch of tie C. P. R. 5150.00. That evening he was drink- ing rather freely. .Next morning, on asking for his money, the proprietor asked, "How much did you haai me was the ans- wer. "That is correct Here is your and handed him 153.00. The .License Department should thoroughly investigate this charge, and if it is true, the .hotel keeper should -lose his license. No inatt-r how freely the man spent his money on liquor, he could not have spent ?97.00 in a night, unless he was buy- ing champagne, and treating most of the commHnity to it. From Other Sanctums Dust There, Too. Orillia Packet. It is absurd that a town of the size and pretensions of Orillia should al- low Itself to be buried in dusL The cost of watering or oiling the streets would be a mere bagatelle compared with the -damage the dust is say nothing of the discomfort. PROTECTING THE PUBLIC. At the recent convention of the As- sociated Boards of Trade of Western Canada in Brandon, that -body took. An important step towards protecting the "people of this country against being induced to invest their money in un- sound business ventures. Tie resolution on this subject had special reference to the wild-cat schemes that were bound to follow the opening of the Hudson's Bay coun- try, and read as follows: "Whereas, it is certain that with the construction of tne Hudson's Bay Railroad considerable mining areas be opened up in the north of Sas- katchewan and the N. W. T., and "Whereas, this will almost inevit- ably to the flotation of schemes devised for the sole purpose of fleec- ing unsuspecting investors; "Therefore, be it resolved, that re- presentation :be made to the provincial governments urging them to make ev- more strong the legislation in the matter of mining and similar com- pany promotion and the sale of stock in such companies." There sh'ould foe more stringent regulations concerning companies that go to the public for their capital. Every such company that is promoted should 'be subjected to the most investigation, and not al- lowed to do lousiness unless it is per- fectly satisfactory. Too much money nas ibeen lost by the unsuspec ting pub- Woman Can't Steal This. Orilla Packet J. S. Willison says that "within a i quarter of a century women 'will both vote and smoke." Mere man will still fcave Ms ibald head to be proud of. Very Much "Some." Calgary Herald. Lethbridge ratepayers voted a third of a million- for new improvements. Getting to be some city all right. The Rain. Peterboro, Ont, Review. Man is mighty small. There were many' who looked in the sky in the evening times gone by. No sign of rain. So .came -the.forest fires .and hung a pall of smoke over us. The soil in the gardens hardened, the fields became baked. The ..plants, the HOT WEATHER COMPORTS Our stock contains many things which, will give you comfort and pleasure during warm summer months. Toilet Powders, Toilet Wat- ers, Perfumes, Sponges, Bath Brushes, Bath Powders, Show er bath attachments. These are just a few. We have many more. THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. Safe Satisfactory Drug Acadia Block, Redpith St. Day and Night Phone 558 Night Bell Dlsptnttr. SAG Picture nose was buried in The flowers. Then he bent down and kissed the little maid on the cheek. After the meeting he was in the crowd shaking- hands. In among the -crowd of big farmers he felt Ms feet catch on something. He looked down and found two very grimy looking lit- tle mites in imminent danger of be- ing trodden upon. They wore grey flannel dresses. Their feet were bare their muddied faces betrayed con- siderable intimacy with the bosom of that beautiful old slattern, Mother Karth. "Hello, little remarked Mr. Borden, "aren't you afraid .of being hurt in replied the larger one of the two, looking up with some doubt at this big stranger, "but he ain't a girl He is a, boy." she pulled at the dress of -her infantile companion to in dicate her reference! picked some flowers for Mr. Borden, too." She held up in her -disengaged hand a bunch of dandelions. "Why, this is Mr. ex claimed a. woman near the leader ?TMs is Mr. Borden, little girl" So Mr. Borden., the grave, bent over accepted -two -dandelions from the small -persons, tucked a yellow bios som in his lapel Then he stooped and "with the same courtesy as had saluted the little girl in starched wMteness, kissed tile two solemn- eyed mites oefore They were led out of the crowd. B. B. COOKE Splendid Property, x 125 feet Redpath and CoutU. handles it 50 x 125 feet oh Courtland near Westminster, on scorer and water. A snap for Easy terms The finest residential property in the city on Dufferin facing north, lots of trees, centrally located Apply for terms Freemaii MacLeod Co. Lethbridge Hotel Block phone 1212 FIREWOOD For sale at reasonable prices. Delivered to any part of city within one mile of factory. The Lethbridge Suh and Door Co. Cor. Round and Bompas i The Key to the Growth of ACCESSOKIES stock of accessories Is arriving dally. We have just received a stock of auto tubes, size8 34 4 and 30 x 3. The Standard Garage Co. PMPNE M4 -WOOD NO INTEREST The NO TAXES Standard Securities Co. OLIVEB BLOCK The Office of the Kipley Transfer Co. Is Now On "Redpath- St. Opposite Methodist Church Braving done on short notice HAY AND GRAIN FOR SALE PHONES: 1204v JOHNSTONS ters and solicitors. Office, adjoin- ing Union Bank, Lethbridge. L.M Johnstone; J. Norman Ritchie. CONYBEARE, CHURCH 8t McAR THUR Banisters, Solicitors. Notaries Public and Commissioners. Conybeare Block. Lethbridte, SIMMONS A. SoUcitora and Money tc loan. Offices in Canadian Bask ot Commerce BIdg. W. C. Blnunoofr S. JL Shepherd. STEAMING THE SOIL. For some time large growers of tomatoes, cucumbers, and similar veg- etables for the London market have been accustomed to inject steam into the soil with the view of destroying insects and slugs. The plan operates ll for that purpose, but the unex- pected fact has developed that the sou thus treated Increases greatly in greatly so that the or- dinary amount of manure'can not af- terwards be used, S0 stimulating the plants that their luxuriance of growth interferes with their bearing capacity. Dr. Bernard Dyer explains -this effect as 'being due to the sterilization pro- duced by the steam, which kills the phagocytes or protozoa, -which, under ordinary circumstances, keep down the numbers of bacteria in the soir" whose operations are beneficial in turning organic nitrogen into plant Daily Mail. OLD LIGHTHOUSF BURNED Sandusfcy, Ohio, July Ce- dar Poimt Light House, sa._ to be the oldest on Lake Erie, was totally destroyed by fire of unknown origin. It had 'been out of commission a nulniber of years. H. A. J. Solicitor. Notary. Boom 14. Stafford Biock. JOHN J, Solicitor. Office. Booms S and I, Block. DR. W. s. surgeon; Accoucher. 9 a.m.; 2-3; 7-8 p.m. Office 914 Bod- path St. Phone 53 Lethbridge ARCHITECTS AND CONTRACTORS Wbi: ney Block. Late of Williams Bros. Architects. Detroit. Whitney Block. Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONaBROS.Proprietora Office next Arcade Phone 1168 DR. J. E. (McGIH) Physi- cian and Surgeon. Electric- and" X- ray treatment Office Room is Sherlock Bunding. Corner Redpati- and Hours: Till.9; 11-1-3-5- 7-9. Sundays: Till 10; 1-4; 8.30-930 Phone day and night R. B. to J H. Kellle, Western Plumbing 5 and6 p Surveyor; mine surveyor; Irrigation engineer. P. o. Block. Phone 511. Meeti Caledonian Hall. Olnb Toom open eTeninf 1010. Sunday All Seotemen welcome. lyn 0t 7.M to J. B. GIBBON, JOHNSTON. BOX Hi. R; E. Industrial Spurs, Raflwaya, Yard Layouts, Water Supplier, Sewerage Irrigation Plans, Estimates, etc. etc. 211 Sherlock Block.? C. DE LA and Mining Engineer. Dominion Lane Surveyor. Room 217, Sherlock Building 14W) MANICURING, ETC. Q. 137 Ftrit Saturdayi in K of P. Hall at I o'clock. brethren are cordlaUy J- McBRIDE SHTTJLY. GTJS. NETOIG. W. B ISS VERONICA Block, Redpatb St Ladles' hair dres- and shampootng. facial scalp .massage, combings H. C. C. SALMON la prepared to celve pnplte im Piano 1213 Bompaa ttreec. P. o. Box lit Phone 1162. LODGE PRIDE OF ALBERTA. No. 293, Sons of England Benefit Society Meets in the Oddfellows every flnt and tnlrd Hall F. T. W. II.