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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN ;.JHB-LETHBRIDGE DAILY THURSDAY, JULY'22; i Carmen Smith Charged; With Knotting. Disorderly House i Dismissed sed Uie charge against Carmen Smith of keeping a disorderly house. In giv- ing his decision-be- iras' guided by.lhe case of KOI vs Sands iu the Court'ot Appeal in Manitoba: h; tins it was laid down that of the al reputation .of :A house as be ing; a house ot ill fame is not alone sufficient to whose it is; of keeping a common house, without proof that lha 'people who go 'there are' of ill ta me or that prostitution is there tamed on." In the case cited1 it was stated that a fn tba employment of the a city police of Winnipeg visited the house occupied by accused ami the accused was improperly beforu ihe In that no warrant' had heeu issued, ttat there was 110 search tvarra'Jt, and the accused had not been summoned. S. Ball for the pruse- cation contended that no warrant was seeded in 'such cases, and that tha police ha4 Ihe right of search so long as there was rno resistance to their entry into the premises. 51 r., Elton further argued that no one hut the police'magistrate'or the mayor had L the risnt to Issue a warrant, and that in the present case the was eigued by a J. :P. Evidence was Y'alli by-Detective s, as 10 entering the particular Jiouse. .There no one there ut he tiuo DUI the defeurtm't and the th ITS Martha Mcusford. Mr., and Mrs. Hutchinscu, in the house one but licit the liever.weut there agalu, ho did not in- tend to take wart in an act of P.-esti- tHtion, merely went there to get evidence aguinst her. It was held by tie court that it cannot be said that ha resorted to that house for I bo pur- pose of prostitution. The court held that "pretended negotiations by per- sons'in" tie .pay of the police, nrede merely- for tha purpose of setting evi- dence against .vvousan and- vdtliub intent of returning'-at the lime'appointed by her for purposes of prostitution, -cot charge ngzinst her of kaepiug a com- mon The Manitoba court further 1 it'll dcnvu that '.Lto prove tho bad reputa- tion bt theijiouse as evidence that it lb a bawd) house there most of lutuse be evidence, pointing to car ny( counettioii .between the' sexes. Mere evidence of. noise or. disorder, or In passing Gilfcopu; tbo had rcrdered his deu'ion defendant, Cjjrmen Smith put out her tongue at him The chief WIB van- angry SEllcis house of tie defendant testified [Sapibling jiot do seeing .i n inibcr of men going in there from: time'to lime and to being distorted fn the tilHnf the baiguig of and the u'oise- of motor'.-'cars taking their departure. Owing to the the house it was found impose ble to rent belonging to them nest lo SiZ 'rd as no desirable tcoam would 10 the same the visits of men to the premises -and the disturbances spoken of tuev as to how the house in question was-rufL I >jSt saving that beyond heinir re 1 eponslble on a former occasion when he was while acting as >-a in bringing the iccased io which tmin was no conviction, he was unable- to swear want of proof that it was H disorderly house. Dr. Orr Holds Conference With Local Board, Outlining the Program Dr7 Orf.-iS.' O.B B.. medical of- ficer for the province for the new de- partment of. Venereal Diseases, was iu the city on Wednesday and met the al committee oa venereal -Jiseasej? at the. mayor's He explained that the Dominion govemuvml had set aside the amount of f400.0C9 for combatting ;the disease, pf- this amount the som ot was Allot- ted to the provinces, the allotment to Alberta! being provided the province. put like sum. In the canipalg'n' against venereal disease the province had established a laboratory for diagnosing cases of Iho disease. Clinics have been insti- tuted in Edmonton and Calgary and it Is intended to have them -In Leth- brldge and Medicine Hat. There vrltt also be 'testa given free of the sennan orocftss. rnrtherahce of the" campaign 'thffe will he-propaganda by means of literature and by'iuotlon picture film A particular with the titl showii '.End a Kcr.d.' il1 bo the.various centres, iiiclad- who died in France last week. saough to bo called an ocean to the absence of wind the "Princess has. not had much o to demonstrate her sailing ability However, her skipper, mu genial commodore declares that If Tom Lip- ton carries off the American cup, he will challenge-him to a six day .con- tinuous in Alberla waters. running mate, "Daii has wrung more salt water out his mitts than most of week was a very welcome UEUT.-GOV. BRETT TO GET SECOND TERM July The probcbil- lly that Dr. R. 0. Brett, the present lieutenant-governor ol Alberta, will ba term expires in September, ,y as indicated in the state- ment of S.iy- Jainoi minis- ter of the iulerlor, in an interview on his return" from. Ottawa yesterday, that no other imme has BngKesi- 'ed. Governor Brett-' his held, office Bjuce 1915. p-jcde'tsssor. G. H. V. iBulyea, held .''ofacaUor'Uwo Storms of five years, .being appointed .first gov- ernor of that.proitnco on its formation PLAN TO. PAY PENSIONS IN ONE LUMP SUM OTTAWA, of pensions or payment to pensioners of in Cinai settlement ot their pension- as provided ior by iipeu'doxeuts to the Pension net adopted. -by'.'jiarUanieijt'Is matter: that engaging' the attention >n commissioners. were ro- pecial parllauen-. provide In 1905 n 1010, He'Lost- AUCKLAND, New Zealand. Juno 30. bv a train was .about to' carry'.v.the '.Prince 01 Wales xfrom New Ply- mouth, .a to. iho was crowded with out: "HI Prince! 'iWi'll-you tell me what your weight "Oh, replied the Prince "It Is 140 havo a bet qn'iU" V V The1 yoii are1.''. '_ IS the. Prince; !I hope have '-'-''-i' "buti you are ,a! good sport, and "I thank I These to five audrfour- per-otnl. may elect to accept a final payment in lieu of the small pen- sions to which they, are entitled and which as two ind a halt dollars per month Mr an unmarried private with u of from five to nine cent. MAORI GIRL TRtCD TO KiSS PRIKCE Mstl by A. Ps route by .train tram New Plymouth early Prince o( Waleg .town called To Kulti. Saorl (native) girl to kiss him.' Bat- the town pushed (Se gtil (.Ttls was the second girl io kiss the Prince, the Orst Inci- dent'of. kind .haying been a.few weeks earUer, at P.otqrua. TEA At the Raymond A. P. P. Court on Wednesday, Vilh .Magistrate Barker presitlinjr, Alfred Jarisen was fined and costs for being "intoxicated in a public place. John Karrer was fthed and costs ing Letnhrldge with short talks by medicaVfcen In the jails are examined for yenereal -disease. At present there are thirt> of these cases, in the jails of which 22 are in the Fort Saskatch- ewan jail forewomen In Fdmontnn two policewomen arc In tnclug cases prbposed ,to employ a social -work- er Iu Lethb ridge, as in Calgarjvat ihe present tlmo The National lied Cro-s Society has promised to devote "part of the three million surplus it has on its .hands -for this purpose. According to the law all individual: held under tha Criminal Co'de are sub- ject to examination for venereal dis- ease. t Mrs .Sinclair Tufe of a fireman at 1 baring more than two gallons of Vo I fire ball called for the p-oac calion eald had teen at tne lire hall tmlj1 and cot m a. position to sav tbai sbe hid seen bouse. The adionrncd (o J.o clock in the after noon Case. Dismissed L At the iftercoon niltmss ot the city yo.Ice court Magistrate Irwin dismis Do not da? irilll Itching Krti Ing or 1 roncd ing Piles surgical opcr atloti icqulrerf Dr Cnue's Oifatn-ent rtllerc you at can afford lasting btoefit. a box, al] cr_EdEisnson Co I urlfed 'Toronto. "Sniaplo Box yda meDllonlhis hnuor In a pmaie duelling Andy Gatcbell was fined 510 and costs, for hAring liquor other a Messrs. Xing and Green1-were fined J5 aha costs Sor opsratlng a. motor canunder.a dealersOlceiise other than for demonstration purpose Alva Passey, ot.Magrati, was fined JIG.and costs tor being drunk and dis- orderly and for harlng liqnorvin a public Ruobeu Harker, of Magrath waJ fined Jo coots for using i light on his car TKe naymtnd Oiera' House ;was fin cd and costf for not collecting Ihe'Amusetnent Tax'and a further Knd fastening the doors dur ing .the progresses of an- entertain merit contrary to the rrgulation for public egress. A' charge, as alleged diversion. tbe farm and the office. The program was very the music and lectures being perhaps the hest features and the greatest attractions. The coniratt-; Lee had no trouble to get the requir- ed number to guarantee the retura- of thV Chautauqua -next year. j 'X- r, M. Lu Gordon, formerly manager of the Bank. of Commerce, and now In .charge ot tire. Band's branch at arrived on Sunday, night, accompanied bv Mr Stewart, w l manage the .Vulcan branch Itf future, j; ilr. Stewart cornea froiri Elufne Lake, Saskatchewan, where; he had teen for some In charge of the Bauk of. Commerce Mr. Gordon will return "'.to Thursday, Mr Geo TerTrtillige" of Los Angeles, otvn3'_ .considerable land in the .Vulcan was last .week looking after. his mtereatR. TerwjlligeV expressed hiuisolf asvvery well pleased wnlh.ihe crop outlook, and will remain In Alberta until after harvest, Rev. A. E. Hays, pasior of the Pres- Church, left last week for Winnipeg for a month's holiday. W a thing is matter to prove it. Blue Ribbon Tea will stand ev0ry test. TRY IT. Grain High, and Fortv- Five Bushils to 'the Acre Looked. For (From Correspondent) VbLCAN Perhaps tha uews item of the greatest 111 these in connection with bupplj, ib a fairly most ot re of rtither anxict worldwide mod accurate .report on- crop conilitions, lie Joy Perfe'ct Know ih'c. joy 'arid P happntss thstcp'mes'F to thru pqasewang? a skin' of purity' and [J beauty o itr To-ftr bnngs .put your r c alural bau'ty ib' its fult- r clt-'In 9 Cream Nothir.g i-ikc Plain Bitro-Phosphste to Put on Firm, Healthy Fleth and to Increase Strength, Vigor arid Nerve Force. 1 Juds ng from {he counties? prepara tions and Ifatmuils winch are coi- tinuallr beingiqdvfrtiscd for the pui; pose of ;tnakins Lhli people flcsl nci.k ind bust and ug h hollow a n g' c s by the soil curved, lines j; bf health and there cudently ''tm'en and wo- tii e n< who feenlj feel th e i r eices live thinness Thinness .weak- ness are us- bally due to ilarved ner yes. Oiir bodies need more phos- phate than ia contained in modern foods. Phynlcians claim there Is siblhing that will supply liiis dorcion- .well ss Uio organic'phosphate known .among druggists as bitro- fchosphate, uhlch Is inexpensive and by most all undnr a of satisfaction or money for not paying, license was atljournedj correspondent" 'after "making 208 mtlo trip throughout nearly section of the large Rnown as the Vulcan .district, is very favor- ably impressed with the possibilities of this year's crop here, Tlie growth during the past three weeks has been such that only per- fect growing -weather combined with the incomparable soil of this country can produce. Grain' that was barely three or four inches high three weeks Is now heading out, and standing in some cases nearly to .the waist, rln fact the. wheat Is nearly all heailed out, some of the oats are in the au.d the flax Is in hloocn. liarley and rye arc coming along in great shape, and will. make a heavy crop.- The anticipated yield for wheat, is from 15 to 45 bushels per and we be- lieve this is conservative. The. de- velopment- has been so rapid this -sea- sou that notwithstanding the lateness .of the spring and seeding opsrations, the crop is jittle if any behliuTordin- nry years. There has been no dam- MBEIUFAIK MOW YORK, July S3.- This 13 lo be a record :year for betting, according ctatouiUntB of jirofcattonal stako- the financial district ol j ca hold.ei- York.- The presidential cam- paign, the -international yacht race, ami the world's championship baseliAil series are tbe three events which are expected' to make 1S20 beat all prev: loua performances in the business of d chance. Jrictdeiitallr. it is that Ine II. L. lias struck betting, as as coal, food, clothing, and other necessaries of life.. Betting commis- age reported front (jrasshoppers, and the scare is now In the discard. Hail isloners in these parts damage has been very light so far, j a 2 per cent commission on all bets and placed, but this year they are making Are your sums tender? Do they bleed wlicn brushed? -1 f so-rwaCch out lor Pj'orrhea. four out o( five people 'over forty, not only destroys but weeks the iiealtli. ,v In Pyorrhea, flifi gums become Eponsy, then recede; the teeth decay, loosen, and fall must be cx- i traded to rid the system cf the 'Infect-' ing Pyorrhca germs which breed in pockets about them. These germs low- er- the body's vitality and cause many diseases. j their customers pay them flat com missions of 5 per cent. To give an example, a bet of even will now net Ihe stakeholder half oTf which is collected from each belter." The amount of betting'expcclcd on tho presidential race, including the wagers on its Different phases, such as the carrying of particular states, pluralities, ntc., Is estimated .at ap- proximately On' tho world's series baseball games about GEORGIA I was up Iast vear, and as'much, if not expected this year. The international yacht race, it Is estlmat- I ed, brought ont another in wagers, bringing the total betting In Wall Street and Brooklyn this year, 'on these three events alone, lo more ithan Oh (his the betting commissioners will make about jOOO, I The leading stakeholders announce tec'ditig'fhe'rienres that already more than J100.000 hag ind by supplylns tho body cells ,with {he necessary phofjihoric food' on presidential con- test. That amount includes about essary phosphoric toon eie- uiuuuo auoui hllrophosphate quickly pro- on the In 'the transformation in 1 presidential cainpatgiL that of the s a wefcome appearance; tho increase frequently heing abtonishine. j This' increase' in weight also car- i Ties II a general improvement In'! iie liealtb. Nervousness, sleepleu- ;4cs3 and lack energy, which nearly ilwayi atcorapany excessive disappear, toil become ia j 1810, about went through the hands of.the. botttng com mission t-rfi. only a very lew small losses have j IjeeiL-roported. The "Heclweb" worm lias put in an appearance'iu appalling numbers. In.fact they are. so thick that one can hardly see anything but a crawling.mass In some.places. How- over these appear to be a blessing, in t disguise, 'as. they. only, attack tho'j weeds'and, In some cases vegetable gardens, and weed patches are dis- appearing almost as it by magic. Thin worm Is very short lived, and will not bo in evidence more than a week longer. Farmers, hankers and business men generally' arc very op- timistic and pleased over the prospect for a big crop this year, and the out- look is decidedly encouraging. There Is. a tremendous amount of summer- fallowing being done tills year, which will put a large acreage: in good siia'po for crop next year. The land Is' In fine shape for tractor and team outfits 'are in evidence ,In every direction, tt is expected that cutting will bu general aljout the 16th to of August. Mnny harvest hands will he needed, but on account ol tlie crop here being a little in ad- vance of some districts, iio great labor shortage is anticipated. Gums. Fortran's For the ..Gums prevents or checks' it3 progress, if used in time and used consistently Ordinary dcnti ticca do this. Forhan's the. gumg, firm ancl heal the teeth -white1 and clean. Start using it today. If your gums havfi receded, use Forhan's according to directions, ar.d consult a de ntist im TOftONTOJ Out., A. checks glow with lh.e j'JeM'.was nominated by tho -United ,tioom of perfect health. Miss Oeor- who was once thin and reporting her own writes "Bilro Pnoaphale has hrouEht Ahoul a 'magic .transformation vylth. foe I gained 15 p'onnds and never i before-fell E6 -well.''; The Hill branch of the _______________ [men's Institute will hold their annual picnic al Lake MncQregor on the 2Sth NOMINATES FARMER IN July, after which n dance will be held .N. W. ROWELI.'S RIDING Tin .Tas, Marshall's barn with flic Vul- can 'hand in attendance. The pro- ceeds of the dance are to gu toward erer.-ting EI bathing Iiouae al tlic Take. LakoMacCire'gor is a vnr; S5c and Sfc tubes in Canada and U. S. If your druggist cannot supply yoii, send price to us direct and we will mail tube postpaid. FORHAN'S.LTD., Mcnlrtat FOR THE GUMS icrO' today their par-! resort for many Vnlc-anlics this sum Moment for Durham, T. A. lieid Is a I alii! every Sunday sees ths shores son of the lato W. 11. licid, who rep- resfnled; tlie west riding of. Durham in tho legislature for two terms. lie Is lined with motor cars in hunchea.' A spring board has been erected n's also diving platform, ivhich are kept CAUTION Bltra-Phosphntc (ig UP. for 'Durham Is nosnrpa-iscd for the relief of I _ __ .fondness, general debility.- etc.. Ihose j Clayton Jackson. was sen. taxing It who do rtol desire to put on j'tenced to p.even days In jail and a tlc-sli ehtoid use eitra care. In .avOW- i fine ,.of ?Ci) for driving a motor cm a farmer, and the president of the in i.-onstatil use hy the bathers. The Kenrial U.F.O. club, Hon. N'. W. Kuwcll water Is nice -L" (atl'rodyciiig foods. rfhiie drunk. and Warm, and tho I rather sloplnx shores: of the lake make bathing both pleasant and siife. Herman launched his motor boat on .Sunday, and this was tho first power boat over on this tralrin lake, which is almost big Daalh'oniy a matter bf short time.' Don't wait until pains and aches become incurable diseases. Avoid piainful consequences by ;taking COLDMEDAL The world's siandard wmedy forlddnW, Hver, bladdor uric acid National Rrasdy of H-Hand Guaranteed, All druggists, 50c. box. it. .mr'CoH MeW ni mqi Utatin j F U RNIT U R E FOR SUMMER COMFORT Sea Grass Chairs andJRoekers Chairs Child's Rocker; 'Rattan -CKaivs anrj Rockers From every standpoint this is the bsst and strongest iow swing on the market. It Is made from selected, well seasoned hardwood Stock.-. The'scats and hacks.are Adjustable, and the, foot.hoard can he placed between-and level'with tho Ih'ua forming a'hammock or lied. The footboard-'can'also be placed at a convenient height Is height feet, ground space 6x914 feet. Frame painted red-and balance, finished natural. i: Price Awning, with frame and .attachments complete Hammocks Lawn Seats 'A hammock on youi verandah will give you the rest ahd comfoi t are'looking for these hot 'L Priced up from...........< Folding Card Tables Covered with the- beat (iinlity green fefl Top 30x30, height 27 Inches. Mahogany tinl h f; op ed. J'rlce U UO JJ. 3% feet. The seat and back slats screwed llrmly (o the supporting frame. gn FInfahcd fed and L.C Dominion Block, 4th Ave..- FURNITURE Phone 515, Lethbridge ;