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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta 14> 19JUK ?y V A LET figure the bill for that new touse We have a complete stock of all kinds of building materials IONEER v" Main Yard, Round Street, Phone 763 MBER YHR North Yard, Westminster Road, Phone 1063 Vardt at LethbridtV: N. -I-- Bow Cltresholm Nuiton v Gnnum Cmrman Kipp Jet. Just a Little Oft You're not sick, but vouVe no appetite for your; meals. You don't, feel much, like work either. StomaclT no t acting .'That's'" all. Now Vhat you want is a big bottle of MAYOR ADAMS' POSITODEHNED Tells What He Will Do On the Social Evil Question Digestive Tonic S. This remedy may not be so useful to a Ghronic Dys- peptic, but if you are just a little little blue, start at once on DIGESTIVE TONIC. We_ know" the formula and can confi- dently recommend it. "Somewhat less tnan three years ago. .the council of that day, of which I was a member, faced a condition of prostitution in this city which was a menace to every home, a hocbed of Asked yesterday afternoon by the Herald whether would say any- thing for publication regarding the matter reported in Monday's Herald, i from the ''Sunday evening: meeting :disease and m i ana a. snare to tue voting ana in the Baptist church. Mayor 'Adams j weaker members of the females em- replied that he ".would recommend -to I It was everywhere; in the the at next meeting--that the and control. -Two main street complained of lighted np I Drought it and thoroughly patrolled !because were by the police. Every precaution wiP m Population has 'con- continue to .be -taken to discount ltmued and .the the increase of the population in thatJ of >the on houses Quarter. The street'would have been 'Ot repUte Whicl1 then pretty i Ughted..up. before if the of the city. rarc light circuit had ibeen ready. j "Tile acting in the" light of "I will take this opportunity." he 1 exPeriesce 'of many other municipal- continued, "of making my personal I> es> a -policy of segregation, Dosition etear TO nrsnn .rTiio !noc as remedy, ;but an alleviation j ficult. That policy has been tried for two thousand years- in populous cen- tres and failed, and if these houses are kept in the city and outside of the restricted area, it is -the strongest ev- idence of the difficulty of control. "I do not propose to .discuss this matter again publicly, for the sole reason that I .believe our daily news- paper is read by our children and harm can only result to them reading reports 'and discussions, but in conclusion. I will say that we are doing our .best -with this problem j guided -by the experience of other is ic bodies, and we -believe the course man and pursued is approved hy a large maj- ority of the citizens. our conduct cf this and other HERE IS QUITE A FUNNY THING Man Fined and Costs for Having a Bottle of Vinegar on His Doings. so-'by -the -ballot in December. .Until -time comes, the City .Council i will continue to administer the civic business of this city "in'so far as its authority extends, and to 'the best of it ability." St.- Thomas; Ont, July ing is the story of a 2ealous clergy- a not too well posted jus- tice of the peace in an Elgin county village, within easy reach of St. Thomas: In that village, where- lo- cal option prevails, a man conducts, what was once a licensed hotel. He soft