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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDQE DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, JULY 16, PAGE THREE Sunshine Furnace is designed and constructed to a house, school or store, and does this more satisfactorily than any other known furnace or other style of heating apparatus. It does this more rapidly than the hot water boiler because, as soon as "fire is started in Sunshine Furnace, heated air can be obtained for the rooms. yNSHINE It does this batter than other iurnaces be- cause, beinj; made from exclusive patterns, it has more commendable features. It does this more econom- ically than ,the boiler because even air circulation keeps fuel bill low. It does this more conveniently than the hot water boiler, because it has no radiators to take up room, congregate and mar the paper and woodwork.' It does this more hygienically than the boiler because pure V 1 y air is admitted to the furnace through a cold WQaay's The HICK HARDWARE CO. LOCAL AGENTS THE DEADLY CIGARETTE j State of'Minnesota. The bill will be- r come effective August 1st. And this Campaign for its Abolition Carried i reminds us of our own recent legis- on by the W. C. T. U. j lation along this'line, and we trust that every reader' kept her copy of (Supplied by the local .W. C. T. -TJ.) August of last year, in which we gaye Governor Johnson -.has signed the j the bill in full, and that efforts are Bill, which makes. it! being made by our local members a misdemeanor to manufacture, .sell j to see that the prohibitions -therein give away cigarette papers in t-hc- j contained- may be 'for they The Daily Herald's Patterns X885 2808 287O PRETTY FROCKS FOR SUMMER DATS. Pirn Pattern NOS. 2S8s, 2393, 2870 All Seams Allowed. Plain white batiste haa been used In the development of this pretty which has the necessary fullness supplied by the groups of Rib- bon-run beadlnr separates the tucks, and the Dutch neclt and flowing are trimmed with edging. The pattern Is In 4 to 5 Tears. For a. ehfld of I years the dress requires 2% yards of material 27 Inches wide, 2% yards W Inches wide, or 1% yards 42 Inches yards of wide beadlui, 1% yards of narrow beading, 4% yards of wide ribbon. 1% yards of narrow ribbon and I yards of edging. Price of Pattern, 10 cents. The misses' dress (2893) Is made up In white dotted muslin, the waist and altirt joined under the belt of the material trimmed with narrow Insertion. Sim- ilar Insertion trims the yoke, panel, collar and upper edge of the flounce, two rows also trframing the lower edge above tne hem. The pattern Is In 2 13 to 17 years. For a miss of 15 years the dress requires 9% yards of material 20 Inches'wide. VA yards 27 Inches wide, 5% yards 36-inches wide, or fii yards 41 Inches wide; yards of Insertion and 1% yards edging. 'Price of- Pattern, 10 The little frock (2879) Is for the small girl and may be made with long or short Sleeves. 'Fine white lawn, 'gathered and attached to a yoke of "embroidery, or of the material hand-embroidered and trimmed with insertion, would be pretty. The pattern Is in 4 to 5 years. For a "child of 3 years the dress re- quires 2% yards of material 27 Inches wide. 2 yards 36 Inches wide, or H4 42 Inches wide; 1H yards of insertion and 1% yards of edging. Price of Pattern, 10 cents. 2OO3 2003 SUMMER LITTLE FOLK. Paris NOS; 2903, 2905 All Ssams The first model (2503) is a onc-picce for a small girl, slipped on tead and worn with or nratcria! ascU 5s its development Is pink linen, and the fuliness is supplied by the wide piait In the front and back. The pattern is In to 7 years. For a ?frl of 3 years the dress re- quires 2 yards of material 17 inches Tv'.do, 174 yards sr; inches wide, or 1% yards 42 inches wide; tnc gulrape needs yards IS Inches wide, .1% yards 27 Inches wide, or yard 26 inches wide, Price cf Pattern, 10 cenjjs. The boys' Russian blouse suit (C205) has been made up In white Unea, but equally adaptable to cotton or racquet cloth. The plain blouse is faster..'d do'.rn the front ana ornamented with a pooket either side, ,low the belt, which fnsicn? In thc'froni- The pattern Is In to 5 For a boy of 4 year.-? the sv.it regies 3'4 yards of material 37 tocliM X% yards S6 Inches wide, or 1% yards inches nfde, of Pattern, 10 cents. are excellent, and have proved them- selves workable where enforced. Recently in Montreal we had two convictions; one was not pressed but a warning given, because it- is not desirable to deal too harshly with the children until we. have our Ju- venile couri established, 'which, by the way, is promised to be done soon; but in the second instance the father jrave' the boy the cigarette and was held criminally responsible, and was fined and costs by the court. We -fell that every provincial Anti- Narcotic Superintendent should have the bill printed and fnjely circulat- ed through her local superintendents who should not only place a copy in every store where cigarettes are sold, but should force some notice of it- through the local press superintend- ent. A few arrests, with newspaper no- tice, omitting, of course, the chil- dren's names, wnich action either disgraces or lionizes the child, both to'be condemned, have a most! salutary effect on the children. But better still, if by a short term of watchfulness, the seller of cigar- ettes should bo ni'.iclv1 responsible, and fined ''according to the first 'pro- vision of tin? bill, which the payment of from 910 to -SI00, we feel sure that the hardest- blow t'- the trade would be thereby dealt. i.'The bill is a most excellent sub- stitute for what 'we; dfsiro, and if our anti-narcotic snp-'rintpndt'nts do their duty and nvail themselves'of its pro- wii! do bftivr work ior .this cause than ail the i-f- 'forts of our organization that have -preceded the passage of this law, which was so quickly and effectively done by the children's aid societies Montreal and Ottawa. It some- times seems as if our workers chose rather chusing a shadow than grasp- ing the substance of a for j with the most complete and effective Court Bill passed by any j federal government we find our wo- men, except in Manitoba, New Bruns wick and Quebec, absolutely Ignor- ing their opportunity to have this measure passed provincially, and still we claim, very to be' tne guardians of young. Manitoba has 'won out on this issue, being the first have a judge for this work and a fully equipped court, and much -cred- it is due the provincial president and her. co-workers. .why is not each province living up to its priv- ilege, for are only three ac- tive local Children's Aid Societies in Canada, there would be no overlap- ping, and the Women's Christian Temperance Union- -should feel this a special call to the Loyal Temperance Legion workers in council with their legislative and spend less time and nerve force with plans, and hurl their talents and influence -into the maelstrom of action. DEATH OF FATHER OF INSPECTOR WEST Major-GoneraJ W.. H. H. West, R. M. L. I., father of Inspector West, of the Royal North Mounted Police in Lethbridge, -died on the 21st of last month in Englariu. Of him the London Times of June 24th says: Major-General William Henry Hore West, who died on June 21, at Wye, Kent, was born in 1830, and gazetted to the Royal Marine Light Infantry in November. 1848. as a second lieuf' tenant. As a lieutenant in served in the blockade in the Baltic ana. was present during the operations against the Aland Islands in that year, including the capture of a bat- tery on August, 8 and the action with the forts at Bpmarsund on August 15. In the following year he again went to the Baltic and was present money without Injury to hands or article. Sunlight Soap turnj waste tub drndgery into Get a bar of 5unllgbt to-day and try. Follow 1AL 1.W WJ.J.V' j v------ -ii T> I Lever Brothers, Toronto, will send you at the action with Russian steamers free a cake of and a battery on June 21, and the toilet soap, if you mention this paper, bombardment at Sveaborg. He re- mained in the "Baltic until the dec- laration of peace in 1853. For these j- services he received the Baltic med- al HP was promoted 'to captain in ROOMS WANTED-Persons having 1 rooms to rent for next week, leave ROOMS WANTED T 1860, to major m .0- lieutenant- j address of same at Amusement colonel' in' to. 'brevet-col onel i Co. "s offices, on Rouna we have 1881, and retired in the following j 312 people to tafe care of. vear with the rank of major-general. 176-O ywi have iiythiif to sell or rent place it iv this column. If wait asytbiif dse cohiSil. one insertion 6 for SI SITUATIONS VACANT LANDS FOR SALE FOB acreg at choice laud. 2 1-2 miles from'good town, all fenc- ed, 160 acres in wheat and oats, (par- chaser gets 60 acres good prai- rie meadow, 220 acres will be sowa to winter wheat this season. This all goes at per acre, with per acre, cash and the balance one naif crop payments with interest at 8' per cent. Apply to the Canadian Real Estate Company, Room 9, Bryan Block, or Box 367, Lethbridge, 17M girl lor light house- work. Small family of three. W. D. Box 1381, Lethbridge. 169-0 good general servant. Apply Mrs. Hick, corner Crabb Courtland Sts. 174-0 competent general ser- vant. Apply Airs. Galbraith, 914 Redpath St., City. 175-0 delivery man. Apply Jf. 0. BJX 46. 17S-0 LANDS FOE half ink- teen in three fifteen, price per acre, terms. acres on New Wejr- burn road, in six fourteen, price per acre, on terms, or per acre with equity out: All selected lands. Apply Box Jr, Herald Office, -1714 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE: FOK or Woman, mj South African Veteran -Bounty Land Certificate issued by the Departmentbl the Interior, Ottawa; go'od for 3W acres of any Dominion Land open lot entry in Alberta, Saskatchewan or Manitoba. Any person over 18 years. man or woman, can acquire this land jwith this certificate. For immediate class carpenters at I sale, Write or wire, L. B. once at the Acadia Building, Redpath St. "Apply R. Virtue. 180-3 for general house- work, in small family. Apply Mrs. Andrew. Tilley, opposite Chinook club. _ 180-2 i in private house young man. Apply .Box E..- "for steam plow- Telford, 131, Shuter Street, Toronto, Ontario. 165-fc tent and Yost Barthol- omew. Box 591 F.O., Lethbridge. 75-Q BOARD AND ROOM CANADIAN LOAN O. K. I__ London, July finan-! cial editor of the Time? remarks j---------'.--------------------L---------.------------------ that the result is much better than BOARD AND use pair for bay horse, branded 5 on left jaw. One brown horse, ed NT on left hip. Owner can havei- house. Apply P. McMurphy, Mgr. I same by calling at N.E. 1-4 Sec.-IS South Alta. Lumber Co., Phone 225 121-0 Tp. 12, R. 19. H. Herrick. FOR roomed house, cor. Crabb and Courtland, new and strictly modern. Apply S. J. McDiar- the range on 6 mile coulee, Sunday afternoon, July the ESTABLISHED [1854 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Paid.np Reserve and Undivided Profits........ Acctvius of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Draft! Money Orders Letters of Savings Bank Department folio-wing horses. Brown eeldingXwith bridle attached) branded H (the cross-bar of which is like upper half of an equivalent sign, on-'left hip. I Bay mare branded P monogram HA FOR new fully modern 1 on right shoulder. Bay id- mid. eight roomed house in central loca- ed reversed R right shoulder. tion, easy terms. Apply to owner, first house west of ball grounds on over invtrttdvV on Baygeldihg branded Brunton St. same as last mentioned'-also D over 178-6 I or. right hip. Browtv jnare pony, brand sarno as two' jpreceading ILI brarnded reversed inverted V roomed j on right of Watkin, 6 ridge. Sl-2 FOK SALE OR house, stable, hay ahed, large chicken I sriven'for delivery house, on River bottom near new; Mile Coulee, I bridge. Best place ir town for keep-' i ing cows and chickens, .Price easy terms. Price cash. per month rent.' H. Proctor, near tVie A. i rk R. and I. Shops. 178-4 i UtkbrHfe Brtftch Coal-Ule Block, IMptth St. FOR barn, built this year, located close in; can be easily moved. Will sell for what it cost. Hatch Coons. 181-2 can hare su office. Ward. lj calling at Herald en Iti, Udy'g pminl load. Owner wn.' tame by at HeraM ;