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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Letlibridge flaily Herald. Thursday vJiily Page '3 LET US HELP YOU FIGURE IT If you are figuring on building, or making some repairs, and can't figure out just the amount of material it will take and how much it will cost you, come in and let us help you with it No matter what you want in Building Material, get our prices before buying. PIONEER LUMBER YHRDS Main Yard, Round Street, Phone 763 North Yard, Westminster Road, Phone 1063 Lethbridge f, N. Lettioridge MUk Elver High-River Claresholm Naaton Granum Carmangay Barons Kipp Jet. TAFT FAVORS A LONG VACATION Men Can Do More By Saving Their Health Capital Bar Harbor, Me., July ent Taft favorg sixty day vacations for every one. He declared Mmself to-day in a speech delivered to the townspeople on >the village green. The merry villagers applauded liberally. The president congratulated the peo pie of Bar Harbor upon living in such a delightful climate. He- said the summer air was like "champagne in a. prohibition and that the- se- vere winters tended to build up a sturdy 'and never surrendering race. "One of the things -which .forces .itself upon the mind of one visiting such a country as this is the fact-that the American people have learned a good deal in the last said Mr. Taft. "In my father's time "he thought, although was drowned in. the ,St Clair river. Mrs. Chas. Wilson, of Grand Rapids, Mich., was (burned >to deatih. ATTACK ON MRS. LONGWORTH; USE O.F CIGARETTES CHARGED Pittsburg Club Women Engage in Heated Dispute as to Whether or Not Smoking is Proper. Pittsburg, -Fa., July report Mrs. Alice Ixmgworth, daughter of Theodore Roosevelt, smokes cig- arettes, caused a lively discussion to- day among Pitts-burg club women. "I look upon a woman who smokes cigarettes as I do one.who bleaches her was the statement of Mrs. J. H. Armstrong. Mrs. Minnie O. Roberts and Mrs. Kramer, took leading parts in Che discussion, which was listened to by members of the -Wimodausis club of Pittsburg, the Scrosis club, .the Daughters of the American Revolu- tion, the Daughters of i812, ithe Daugh- ters, of Pioneers and the Women's Society. "The -higher the iposition a woman '.holds the more -womanly she should asserted Mrs. Roberts, and a. num iber of others said they Ixmgwortli should not set such an ex- ample to the young women of the land. One dissenter, a member of the Wimodausis clwb, said: "Any woman has a right to smoke cigarettes if she wants to, so long as she doesn't tread on anybody's toes.'-' _ Thp. spirited discussion was ended abruptly when a prominent member of the D. A. R. arose and said: "We needn't get up our feathers simply because Mrs. -Longworth, smokes cigarettes. One [hundred years ago our great-grandimOjthers sat with their husbands and smoked corn- cob pipes. MINNESOTA, WITH BIG SURPLUS, MAY ABROGATE STATE TAXES. "LONG CLEAR BACON" But It Was Proved To Be Whiskey When Packed in Treasury is In Such Good Shape That Extraordinary Action Will Be Taken. Toronto, July Provia- Minneapolis, Minn., July cial Constable Powell