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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIOQC DAILY JULY 2ff, 1109. THE UETHBRIOGfe DAILY HtRALD, FRIDAY, JULY 23, 1909. SUN LIGHT SOAP JMUNICIPALITIES ACT NEXT SESSION I public money upon roads, bridges and drains should be managed upon biisi- Good Roads Convention Ask Important Change In Law Suu.Ijht Soap cannot spoil your clothes. There are no Injurious chemicals in Sun- light Soap to bite holes in even the most delicate fabric. are offer- ed to anyone finding adulteration in Sunlight Soap. s, ness principles entirely removed fruit) party politics. -3. Resolved thai -this convention is opinion that all such government should be constructed by ih? system of tender and contract, and that no government mom-y should be expended on public works except un- der said system. 4. Resolved that the government be .requested to publish statements show- ing the amounts of public money al- lotted to and expended in t-ach con- stituency since the formation of tho province. PAGE THREE Edmonton. July W. H I t- j Gushing, minister of public works attended the good loads convention the foregoing provisions for the con- i in Leduc last week, at which ho mud.; struction and improvement of roads. the statoment that the government in-r bridges and drains should be made Sophy Kravonia. OtfpOOOOOOOO JjV OOOOOOOOOOO ANTHONY HOPE Author of the Prisoner of Zsmfe oooooooeooooooooeoooo CopyriflAt.i9Q5.Anthooy A Mcer a day later jpive scanty rpl a. la LCI ftfUOlV QelallS, I he convention us of opinion that i lu the great charge of French euralrr of tbe cit-T- n'here- but for foreroinir nro visions fm- i its bisection, we mnv linn-riiio tha ITT-o-Ht pro- free toilet soap, if you mention this caper. VIENNESE PRINCESS AND HER SUBMARINE BALL j tended to pass a rural municipalities'part of the statute law of .the I act during the next session, which rince. j would provide for the formation of! 6. Evolved that a copy of the j rural municipalities to bor lutions passed at this convention i row money and to spend it as they set- forwarded to the government of the fit upon roads, and other local im- province. jpwvemeuts. 7. Thai tho government'of Alberta j "The government said j fit next session of Parliament give Mr. Cushring, "'that the present local power, subject to vote of ratepayers, improvement act has outlived its use- fulness and that it will be of little avail to attempt to patch it up. The .According to the Sketch, Prin- j ii' will in future be cess Metternich, who is famous in j P'i-K'ir :Jh to expenditure IP Viennese society, recently gave' an an-i settlers in older entertainment which was described as a submarine ball; a cave ball would have been more up to date. The ball room was transformed into an underseas grotto. to all local governing bodies to bor- row moneys for the purpose of con- structing and maintaining roads, such act will rural money to be expended at the discre- ties the same powers as are at tion and under the sole control of said 'ent possessed by towns. local governing body and that the government guarantee the municipal bonds. S. The moneys which at present are will b- expected to attend laigrly (expended by the government in road construction to be granted to the local governing bodies the amount of each individual grant being based on the current taxation of said local govern- ing body. which marked the dosing stages o'f the battle he had been the first man hit of-all tfis through the through the picture ot Sophy which lay over his heart No word comes from Sophy herself, and Mme. Zerkovitch is brief. "She showed me the picture. The bullet passed exactly through where that mark on her cheek is. It was fearful. I shuddered. I hoped she didn't see. She seemed quite stunned, but she in- sisted on coming tv-itb me to Kravonia, where I had now determined to go at once. I did not want her to come. I thought no good would come of IL But what could I -do? turn to England. She would; not re- She could hot stay Its bisection, we may imagine the Krath j would have run, a pretty little canal j has been made by abstracting wa- ter from the river and conducting It J through, the streets. On either side of j this stream a broad road runs. Al- most exactly midway through the city the roads broaden and open into the j spacious square of St Michael, con- i i taining the cathedral, the fine old dty j i hall sevasal good town houses dating j j two" or three hundred years back, bar- j j racks and the modern but not unsightly j government offices. Through this i j seniare and the streets leading to It i from west and east there now runs an I excellent service of electric cars, but at the date with which we are con- W W 41 Steel Range Fresh air is to tne Kootenay oven through a series of vents at the bottom ox the oven door, and the cooking fumes parried out through another series of the back of the oven. r uvi. I iti- th-jr ova needs. Th- j construction to be granted to the local -xp-n.ltures in older disr-u-tr; :.i'.i :n be curtailed. have been r -y sai i Mr. Cusn- ing, "but they have not been lived up STRUCK DOCTOR FROM THE ROLLS Allegation Made That Physician Wasn't Fit to Attend Person Sick Vancouver, B. C., July im- 'cil vras held vesterda.y. The eoun- cil.n-eard plea of the visiting phy- jtion of the statute labor system. Resolutions Passed The convention passed the follow- ing resolutions after considerable dis- j cussion: 1. Resolved that this convention Elsie Jerusalem, a popular Jewish ,of opinion that good roads acconi- authoress, was born, in Vienna thirty '.panied by systematic drainage are the _ years ago of humble parents, and i greatest need of the farmers of this could neither read nor write until af- j djstWct. These, if sectored, would ter she was ten. When she was six- better the conditions of those now en- teen she was admitted .to the Vienna j gaged in farming and tend to a more University and when she was eigh-j general settlement and cultivation of teenier first book published, the rich farm lands of this country. Her short stories and novels have j 2. Resolved that in the opinion of been very successful. this convention tBe expenditure of i' A- t-> the'expenditure t e .v.-n ment money in future, I can not say whether it will be handed over to the local authorities as recommended by jthe convention, or whether it will be disbursed by the government itself." Local Members Views Mr. Telfnrd; M.P.P. for Leduc, de- j clared that the building of good i meeting of the Medical Coun- roads was too heavy a burden for rural municipalities 1o- undertake. j He thought that narrow tires were the jslcians from the Hiddle West for reci- great enemy of gornJ roads and in- registration in led 'the appointment of road inspec-j pmpasred' tors "who reside in the various dis- tion of Saskatchewan, Al- jtricts. He did not favor the aboli and British Columbia. The im- portant subject will be fully consid- ered, and finally dealt with at' the annual meeting to be held at Seattle on July 27. The council took drastic action upon a complaint against'one of the mem- bers of the association, striking his name off -the rolls. This physician is Dr. William H. Nelson. The- charge arose from a wel4mown case in the district, of Nelson. Dr. Willson had, it is alleged, while in a state which rendered him unfit to at- tend any patient, attended a case of alone in Paris: 1 was the only friend she bad in the world. She asked co more than to" travel with me. 'Wheu once I am there I can look after she said." The little frag- of a great throng, escaping or thrust forth Paris together on the 13tb or 14th of August en route for Kravonia. With Sophy went the bullet pierce? picture and the little bundle of letters. She did not for- get With a sore wound in her heart she turned 'to face a fu- ture, dark, uncertain, empty of all she had loved. 7 'S7ie showed rue the pic- ture." i HE ancient city of Slavna, for a thousand years or more and under manyrrdynasties the capi- ta] of Kravonia, is an Island set T in a plain. Itilies to the broad Valley ms, w- namf tte w" of the Krath, which at this point flow. I A score of hand- 5 i firtrn- cerned a crazy fiacre or a crazier omul- fciis was the only public means of con- veyance. .Not a few good private equi- pages were, however, to be the Kravonlans have been from of old lovers of horses. The city has a popn- j lation bordering on a hundred thou- j sand, and. besides being the principal depot and center of distribution for a rich pastoral and agricultural country, It transacts a respectable export trade in hides and timber. It was possible -for a careful man to grow rich in Slav- na, even though he were not a -poli- tician nor a government official. Two or three years earlier an enter- prising Frenchman of the name of Ronsseau had determined to provide Slavna with a first rate modern hotel and cafe. Nothing could have consort-. better with the views of Alexis Stefanovltch, and M. Boussean obtain- ed on very favorable terms a large site at the southeast end of the city, Jtuit where the North and South riterg unite. Here he built bis hostelry tad "named It the Hotel de Paris. A_ terrace ran along the front of the house, abutting on the boulevard and afford- ing a pleasant view of the royal park and the palace hi the distance on tht opposite bank- On this terrace. It being a fine Oc- tober morning, sat Sophy, drinking a cup of chocolate. The scene before her, If not quite liv- ing up to the name of the hotel, illustration show method of ventilation.) air in the oven is always kept pure. The natural flavor of every article i s completely retained Everything tastes-most delicious. Booklet on- request S5? LONDON, TOMNTO, MONTIEAL. WINNIPEG, VANCOUVER IT. JOHN, HAMILTON LETHBRIDGE -A3ENTS Stafford-Agnew Co, "If you live out of towiL write us.': In the Theatrical World due east Immediately above the city the river divides Into two branches, known as the North and South rivers. Slavna Is clasped In the embrace of these channels. Conditioned by their course, its forai is not circular, but pear shaped, for they bend out In grad- ual broad curves to their greatest dis- tance from one another, reapproaeb- ing quickly after that point Is passed till they meet again at the confinement, in which the patient I what was' originally the died. Dr. Willsou. has been practic- of The dngte re- ng in this province ten .years. united river may stand for the stalk 'of An Opportunity That Lasts Two .Days Only Our Big Sale Closes Monday Night Now's Your Chance to Buy Jewelry and Grade Prices You Can Never Duplicate Note the following Prices: 2 English .Silver Tea pieces. Regular price Now I Queen Anne Sterling Tea pieces in case. Regular price Now t25 00 I 3nglish Kettle Wall price 8 Dozen English Silver Handle Knives and price dozen a dozen 3 Dozen White Handle a dozen a dozen 4 Dozen White Handle dozen fc-r d 52 Solid Gold Brooches-All stamped in 10, 14 and 18 karat. Prices from ............tS.oo to each THESE WILL BE SOLD AT HALF PRICE. Alligator and Silver Mess Bags and Rose Hat >P ins, all going less than factory prices. Pickard's hand painted china and Libby cut glass, the world's best makers. We are the sole agents for this per cent, off china; and 25 per cent, off cut glass. See our west show windows for special prices in diamonds, all marked at sale prices. WATCHES 2 Waltham size movement 23 jewelled in 20 year gold filled cases. Special, complete in each 3 Solid Gold 18 nze face in 14 karat s olid gold with 23 jewelled Elgin movement Veritas. Regular price Special 2 23 Jewelled Dueber Hampden 20 year fulled cases. Regular Special ea. 16 Sir Wm. Pitt 20 year gold filled cases. Special ea' I Lady's size, 14k, set with 5 diamonds, fitted with Regina movement. Regular price oo" for......................................................- I Lady's 0 size, fitted with high grade movement, case set with one diamond. Regular price Special I Solid Gold 14k Lady's 0 size with high grade movement. Case set with 4 diamonds. Regular pricer- Special I High Grade Onyx movement. Regular price Special I High Grade 4 pillars. Regular price Special Remember this sale hac only a few days to last andbalance of bankrupt stock must be cleared out. What is your gain is our loss. ALL GOODS SOLD ARE POSITIVELY GUARANTEED. Th