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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta EDCLIFFE Destined To Become Western Canada's Industrial Centre Because The Necessary Resources Are Found In Abundance Redcliffe has Natural Gas, Coal, Clay Deposits, Good Soil and Water T HI sudden leap olKedcliff into tlie limelight is one of the remarkable things of a re markka country The secret of it all is-Jfatural Gas; for natural gl heat, light and fuel at practically no cost. The gas found in this region is shown by test to ever discovered anywhere having over 1100 British Thermal Heat units as comparedwMO for the average illuminating gas, and.it affords power at-a cost scarcely worth calculating. It means to the manufacturer the most perfect fuel with practically no expense or labor-no skilled labor i The interest in EedcHff throughout Canada :just now is very keen. Those who have studied with ah idea of investment forsee thatthe townjs .destined to become one o, theLimpprant manufacturing. Centres of Canada.. Eedcliff is'at the eastern end of thereat Canadian Pacific irrigation.district, which is 200 miles long, W from fifty to .one hundred miles wide. y. Three months ago ;Eedcliff was a bald prairie-with its principal asset a brickyard and few homes of its. employees, scattered ahout._Today it is flourishing manufacturing centre with half-a-dozen industries either iteration .or installing for Operation Where there was only prairie three months ago, there_are now neat cottages, factory ad stores. A postoffice, telephone system and other public utilities Sole Agents L S. RIPLEY CO. Room 8, Macdonald Blk. Lethbridge, Alberta No Disordered Kidneys OR A WEAK BLADDER IF YOU TAKE A FEW DOSES OF FIG PILLS All Backache and Distress from Out-of-Ordter Kidneys or Bladder Trou- ble win vanish, and yo.u will feel fine Lame Back, Painful Stitches, Hheu- matism, Nervous Headache, Dizzines: Sleeplessness, Wornout Sick Feelin and other symptoms of Sluggish In active Kidneys and Liver disappear Smarting, Frequent Urination and al Bladder Trouble ends. FIG PILLS at once to the disordered Kidneys Bladder and Urinary System, and com Plete a cure before you know it There is no other remedy at any price, .which effect so thorough and prompt a cure as a 25c box of FIG PILLS Onlv remits can come from taking FIG PILLS, and a few doses mean clean, active, healthy Kidneys, Blad- der and and no Backache For sale at all first class drag "stor- es, 2oc a bor, or five for one dollar. PUBLICITY DEPARTMENT TO BE PERMANENT Decide j-his Next Year-Alberta to Exhibit in American Cities Edmonton, July 27.-Hon. Duncan Marshall, Minister of Agriculture stated this morning that the p-o- vincial government had Deceived an offer of space, 40 x 40 feet, for exhi- bition purposes by the Canadian' Na- tional Exhibition which is held annual- ly m Toronto. The provincial gov- ernment intend to make of the offer but no arrangements for the exhibit have yet been made. The gov- ernment intend to exhibit the .pro- ducts of the province at several other fairs, including some across the bor- der. The government intend to take ad- vantage of every means to accumu- late the desired of a popula- tion by the time the census is taken next April. proposal So continue the publicity department will be de- cided next year and in all probability it will be made a permanent institu- tion, OUR LETFER BOX. An aeroplane at Barcelona was struck by lightning and thrown to the ground in flames. DISCUSSION RENEWED. To the Editor Lethbridge Herald: Dear a fortnight ago there appeared in the Herald an ar- ticle under the -heading, "Mayor Ad- ams' Position which pur- ported to -be'a statement of the May- or's opinions and -policy on the social evil problem as we have it in Leth- toridge. The public may .take it for granted that the article referred to is fairly accurate in its definition of the Mayor's position, inasmuch as no con- tradiction or correction of any of its statements has been made Toy that gentleman, since they trere first given :o the press. Besides the article bears some of the ear-marks of careful preparation. For one, your correspondent' is heartily glad that the Mayor has pot himself on record-in this way. it s a good beginning towards getting out upon open ground, away from the brush of "mingled fact and t also furnished a fair field to all Comers in which to array their argu- ments and engage in a frank and de- ent discussion of the problem involv- -d. I am aware that .the Mayor de- precates discussion of this question the press, for reasons given, and apparently reproves those -who think otherwise. But in the opinion many reputable citizens of Leth- it is no time to lay our hands upon our mouths wihen our whole moral sense revolts against the pub- lic indecency of a segregated district with, tolerated and regulated vice; little children, whose only fault is that they were born into poor fam- ilies, who have no pull with the pow- ers that be, must live in -daily hearing and seeing of this state of affairs: and when we, as a city, provide a con- venient and terrible death trap for :he weak and nnwary. It is too-iate to cry hush, when the public -con- science is being aroused and when _ ucsttLumg to ieei strong- ly that these things ought not so to be. The time to have anticipated Public discussion, and to have consid- ered' its consequences was when th. policy, which Mayor Adams approve and, of which he and some other must bear the glory or the sftame was inaugurated. Again., when waite, upon by a deputation .of representa tive and tolerably intelligent citizens whose views were presented not un kindly and somewhat reasonably, and were rejected with scant courtesy -by -the majority of the 'Council, -the May or and 'those aldermen who agree with him lost another -splendid oppor tunity to consider the inevitable is- sue of their action in public discus- sion which they one and all abhor. If my information is correct, the whole arrangement now existing was effected rather quietly no record of the City Council's proceedings in this connection appeared in utes. Upon this "action, let me say without any intention of being offen- sive, that no up to date ibody of men handling public .business and ewn slightly -acquainted with the trend of social and moral movements through- out the civilized Trorld, ought to ex- Pect sach a policy to go unchallenged. The Mayor appeals to the verdict of the ballot next December. Well and good; so do I, and not to of nest December only, ,but of every succeeding December until -this ques- tion is settled right and settled for- ever. But how will public opinion be guided and moulded to an intelligent and conscientious expression of itself at the polls except by fearless and thorough discussion? If the -method of discussion which some of us are pursuing and are likely to pursue somewhat further, is ill-advised, will the Mayor kindly point out the more excellent way? Mr. Editor, this letter has already trespassed sufficiently upon your val- uable space. It is only preparatory to a further and closer grappling with Oils issue, which so seriously affects moral well-being of our city. With your kind permission, I shall continue discussion of this question in the columns of the Herald from time to time, as the many demands of a rather -busy life may give me oppor- tunity. Sincerely yours, T. P. PERRY. The woman who looks old is not wise Neglect your skin and the years are bound to leave their traces. Your skin needs care and 'at- tention just as much as your teeth. GRASSY LAKE NEWS FACE CREAM contains enough Oxygen to destroy all decayed matter. Disappears in the skin with- out a trace of greasiness. It leaves the skin perfectly clean the complexion and soothes the face after being- exposed _to the sun, -wind or hard water. A big artistic jar of it for 25 cents. Sold guaranteed by 2283 ALL LETHBRIDGE DRUGGISTS CRANBROOK NOTES (The Sauce that makes the whol world hungry. WORCESTERSHIRE A. _ JL SAUCE TRAIN JUMPED THE TRACK AT HAULTAIN Regina, July C N. R. ex- press No. 16 from Prince Albert to 'Kegina jumped the track yesterday afternoon near Haul 'blocking both north and south "bound traffic for several .hours. Granbrook, B.C.. July Thurs day the local base ball -team leave on a week's tour of western towns com- mencing with Nelson. They expect to be away about ten days. On Sunday quite a number of Gran- brook people visited Moyie and in- spected the Aurora, silver lead mine and plant there. Mr. Demmock, the manager, fully -explained all ithe -work- ings and features of the concern. Judge Wilson -left town for Nelson where he generally spends his vaca- tion. W. Ravelstyn, of the Dominion Ex- press Co., here has returned from a two vacation in the Old Coun- try. Sunday, 24th, to Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Beatter, a daughter. The lite of baptism was administer, cd to the infant child of Mr. and Mrs. G-. C. Moulder, Norman street, oa Monday evening last by Rev. A. A. Lytlc, pastor of Westminster church. BLISTERS. SORE FEET. Everykrfy am Buk Grassy "Lake, July. Chas. Thomson, of Morse, ,Sask, has taken over the Methodist church-ser- vices here in place of Rev. MX. Cleave who is now .preaching out at Kipp Coulee. Mrs. G. H. Gray arrived last'week from New Stirling, Alta., to join her husband here, manager of the Far- mers' Lumber Co., Ltd. Albert of Orillia, Ont., spent last Sunday in town. Mr. Kerr had just come from Vancouver and made this a combined trip of both business and, pleasure. Sam Senkpiel and Fred Lewis, who of late have been, doing extensive building around here, have left for Fort George, B.C. W. J. w. Kilgrow, who took sick here on Sunday, was taken down to Lethbridge and it is feared will have to undergo an operation for appendicitis. A. J. Madill, B.A., of Orillia, On- tario, spent a day last week in town., the guest of Stanley A. Buchanan, of the Grassy Lake Security .Co., Ltd. J- H. Millard, Of the -.Farmers Lumber Co., Ltd., Lethbridge, is in town to-day oa Msiness. Mrs. S. T. Jackson and daughter of Ripley, Ont., are here on a few weeks' visiir-to Mrs. J. D. Christie her daughter. Some people may say that the Am ericans are leaving this country, but '.t hardly looks like it when Mr. H A. Driggs has taken out naturaliza- 'tion papers for Albert Sherburne and his six sons, who. altogether own nearly four actions forty miles south of here. They all came from Colfax, Wisconsin. W, F. McNicol arrived on town the end of last week wearing- the smile that won't come off. He was pre- sented with a girl baby, at Maple Creek on. Sunday, July 17th. Con- gratalations. Miss Linnie Kilgrow, of Salt Lake City, Utah, is in town on a visit to her brothers. A. A. Bulger, who has been doing :ome high financing here lately, has eft town for parts imknown, presum- to the coast, though. The C.P.R. water tank is now all completed but the painting, so before long all the trains on this division be stopping here for water, A very sad death occurred in town last week, when the infant daughter of Milton Wheatley died after a few weeks' illness, Mr, Wheatley has the sympathy Of the whole community, as ft was only about six "weeks ago that his yo'.ing wife died. POLICE SEE WORK _, OF CRIME SCHOOL Epidemic of "Strong-Arming" in Spo- karie Is Result, Officers Declare Spok-ane-, July investi- gation by the police- in-to the truth- fulness of -the' confession of Walter Brown., a prisoner in the city jail, who said Saturday there was a plot by a gang of criminals to rob wealthy hom- es on Cannon hill, emphasized the be- lief of officers that a. "criminal school" is in Spokane. To.ung Brown in ;his confession said that a gang was being schooled not only in house robbing but also in "strong-arm" and footpad work. For several weeks the police have been of the opinion that an organized gang of young thieves with an "old head" directing them was operating in Spokane. Sun's up! You too! Before you get in shape for the day; drink a glass of A revolution has broken, o.ut in Hon duras. PREACHES SERMON IN DARK. Newcastle, Pa., July 'Rev. R. N. Merrill, of the Methodist Epis- copal church at Mahoning Town, ad- vertised that he would preach in the dark. last night The lights' were ex- tinguished .because of the heat The church was crowded. More..than, three-quarters of congregation youag people. Show Eooms 324 Crabb Street. Pkme 483. ORIENTAL EIBKE 3x6 ft., spec- ially recommended for bed room use, sev eral colors S2.50 SMYRNA 2 ft. 6 in.x5 ft., very ser- viceable and can be used on either side, heavy mat ALBERTA 2 sizes, 3x6 ft. and 26 in. x 5 ft., a large assortment and splendid var- iety of colors JUTE 3x6, only a few of these lovely designs left, serviceable for any purpose, SHERTAN 3x6 ft., a few odd ones left in stock, a beautiful rug for any parlor JAPANESE 3x6 ft., to clear-thesc few will sell the' balance at a sacrifice DOOR Tapestries and Smyrna, reduced to lowest price possible.. A golden opportunity offered you now. Prices- will talk. Come and see for yourselves. ;