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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 12, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta \ 0 orns or THE LfeygrtqPOE DAILY HERALD Call f01^ Modeitt Trciiitinien^ l)[ti8ti'itiato,fitoptheoId*tlttietre�t- seutlj' undemf^'W .cprtif^AJ^^^^^ mofitfl, "auch as 4p. hou^ the>lj^Je^,;c?wn Jftoflijis i'aibther used to andcomes o\it, ^iiOtii:i^wplkia 1found out how to ^ f^ljjg ^j^^^nlfittitfly^ ,.:;^K B A 9 ^M. It ldq!�l�aD,ll)an Oltjb held on Tueg^a^, latV^to ^on'alder the Report of th^'tb^ftW' &i>oM' i^ec�ntly held in town did '.aultdi: a  little .business dur-, Ing* thestwo^holirB- they were in seB^^ Blon, The Jiifit, motion put to tho. mmtg>,s.Bit^t'0hli : adoption; Of � th'd mliiute^. of t^e-previous meeting and th6'/e^idlngfdi^'the-Tepott as to the flnswi;jjAl'8UCcea�.. of the baakatmpcia], tio JidJlBb',rriUde thc eociaU the g'rand''"bQoW4:tt tiiriecU6iit toitfe^by tiyeir jd0%a!ifott^; of'baBkeles/� c^rrJeKi unafaljp9Ufly and "a" 'sflotaid4 motion yWa.4):i\!i( to the mei^UnK that th*.""oftclgJ|>of' ihi- looBl'.union, b* also 't}ianke'dt^:l&ei.^oUoa'j^ also all tho^^ "^hV wei'4� good 4no\x$h to tiiin ojit',an, TfiftrauaplclouB even-,\iiilto7iAM^r.iS6it JoyaUV' to their te&ij(i,\AP& t^o'^e 'tip 'donated, the^lre-tfoaBiasfatls' that ^Wfei'e' abVthoJobgfhlyf fc8tk *i5^il%lfl|f 'tho'^appptival 'or tihU koMifth^'-fliVetfBirrdetsidtti .to.makA'i a S)i]ikuutiaT d^^tlon'to Oha& Beav- amOUjBC^ot>thlB''1^1iiir tirics th� aum. urfa^y' l^vw^'.-'iti'*^ sitnilar, InAtancea, ehoijl^ .)Je'1Sra:air.^l^,8ame >Jium1iior of pMrB^'qt/iJioeSji/fiiroe ibalte,>i,4V6 iiet�/.aiW,Vi^hansft^^'lajgeS�PpUBh;f� sfoV-o-' itlt?�J''ia. TThe; moetlnr^.also det.ji4', Vawd W^aflvlteWB to 4u5�haao'4 ^Hictoally at'rohoo. , ' Th6^�aueBW6aj'Of^';the colors ito be of wyaf bWej'and'Vhitei^v.'THia^'jpo.-poSai' dtd^Bbt. and favor with, all .and. �WMk^fliiall}' 'TQtod *upon,,blu-e. 'and white winning the ^ay by a very small juargln, , ^ New Lea^UeVP,rbpO�^d Considerable, di^cUBQloh 'then took plaoe regtird|ng >*h6;, fobpiAtfon of a new league. Dtffefent.viewfl; were, held' by several i^egarajair'! tl^6 league theiolub should eiii'ter.thig m^bop^ the teellnir genorallyj^ b�iing ,tha{ It would be 'bettw tor the;ad'dl)ted.^r.^'Eha sug-ire�tlotx that HMreBl'cii'd^afor'to' in-teifeBt.lietbbridg^ 1^ their Endeavor, waa allowed' ^ to," pftBo > ^wtdij'' It was st&tod that the i/ethbridgoiolly'teams had already fornjM'V Wrohg leapiue and .were not Ukely-'tO.tavbr'ihe long trip to'Hllloreat,-,'V8'*-?'K�-?t Pass league at Ferale  the jnebtlpp eventually dleolded.thftt a'''d.�ile|^t| should bo sent to thlft faiee^lng {o,.rei!(resent the club and leatn- the,infentlonB of the Alberta tbfetns' y?ho 'lapt year playied In this lefigue; 'Mr: Sam Pat-on was appoinfe'i {o'handle if,oj,s'important Job and,.'W8f have, lio^floubt but that ho wm'ifrnd)e'it(to,the best-Advantage. ' f' Joe ^rehler,no.y't6o^.po�i?^^8ion of thfe floot. Wlth-'fr ^rilqtu^'pfopoaltion tor the fencing ot the.'.^^l,?-'-? poBftl was to ^thl^oHeoVito^^lded en-otigh fellows would'^ ^ubffwb^. $6.00-' ____>i>Siit____ |jibe�*kcpb apart^Woifij'ttte-'-clulj'B/ac-f;QOuiAs pr,oper,4th*- wliole undertak-,inei .ivt iftct.^wa8.'.to 4�p\.dQPBidei:ed more in.. thi.ilight> of -a pHvate veu-.tuce^ttrlih thlft.'fltJlfejllatW'h, tfisifi.lf at the enifift^^the �i!s>B"on'j;he.Qlub had bQea'dn^)^0|^^:gifrAf> those who,BW6VrilledH't^-|t|||j;^,aJli>l^^^^ the flrat' place. f'Ttiia�BUggeatlo^V]ift(8 considered unlikolyM; '^i; ',:with the .pfeoeBsary, aUapo|fej;lje|i-',i^',;ig�fae to�| fltf|6.001to'^pl|a}|'^mwA^^ (ipnafll.' "Dpon .a,,-'!^r4�OBilt!fj'Pj6'- Mr. pulglevithe meeti|i|;^if a^fdff^ manage thU, i^eaeon'-: MK%^^T?p '^"pr foape, protvided too'nec4p^Ty.;amount ot^-pld wire ca!bVS cbuld4|^Sbf,p;B�d or 6tDlen> frdm''.'tb6,,.?pal'z^9^pX9?t'i �work. Of putting'pp-'tft&r/^lenoe Jo be unde'r&]|c�i�.by:thr(^Vi*J�R',f*';'=fr;; The.meeting �a4jpli|iB4,itim, o'clock, to 'meet again on^Tu3|ii:ftd_ ildsworthl-'thiy napttf ..ttoffo.??^ smill iCQmjniti:c6�f f^^ ;w:Ui;p'iQl>abl3f;,,fi9np� \\\\ m3,ke Tr'water ' s gov-lUlao- Vjjtaough 'tp3)ssibly I cott ijitainl; \ts.are ous kihw.tif wcl?fii^ie$.; ERIULOOKES TO IKE DAILY Clean Yards Around" Stables Does Much to Eliminate Fly Nuisance Talk of swatting the illes in March might be a joke in frozen Toronto, but not in Lethbrldgo. The Board of Health at the regular monthly meeting last night took lip the queatlon of removing refuse from stables regularly every day. .T. Gllmore called on-the board stating that lie was willing to pay the cost of doing tihls, and he thought others in the city would do the same. One of the chief troubles 'in keeping his bakery sanitary l8 froijti: the flies, and If the removal of refuse were used as a preventive, he. believed the difficulty would be.over come. . ' . >/;� While Mr. Gllmore was at the meat-ln.g the question of a bread wrapping' Viylaw was talked over In a general way. Bread wrapping la a hobby of every olty at some time or another. It h89 never become rampant in Leth-bridgi^ as yet. Mr. Gilmore flat on the suggestion, declaring that, until the manufacturers of bread wrappers which Will do the work by machinery, have perfected some wrapping system no bylaw will hold good for it will always be declared unreasonable, as was the case in Calgary. He suggest-edi however, that a much betterbread. bylaw might be framed up," as the present one is not worth the paper it ia Written oh. It is likely that some time in the near future the .Master Bakprs and the Board of Health will hold a iolnt meeting when the bylaw Will be put Into shape for ^he solicitor's handsi The meeting was very brief,.and thfe business was done only informally, there not beimg a quorum present, ..Tihe. following monthly report was Submitted by Sanitary Inspector Vallance: , 'inie following la my report for the month ended February 28,1B13;.:5  .�: Loads ot refuse removed .. .1084 Jjoads of refuse brought to the dump by other teams .... Loads of manure disposed of Dead animals disposed of, (dogs 36, horses 4) ............T.'..: Privies cleaned............. w, Old premises connected to the isewer ...........; �...... Premises at present in .quaranr tine ....................,, Premises at present in modified -�quarantine ..... ;...... Premises 'disinfelcted ......... PliimbfJig pei'mits issued :...., Plumblnfe Inspections made 'Cost of Scavenging' (less stote charges) ...............i.V. irispeotlon fees received "The decrease in the amount ^ stable manure disposed of IsjiQOomil^j ed fo'r by the fact that a^grfeat d|al la being fetched from"'town"*,t5', tlie provincial ghol. ' 1. , .61 226 ' 40 9 �no of Ghainey; no. of quarts dally, 136; per-centagie oj' marks awarded, 92. owner,. Tlfflin; retailer, Cbalney; aO(!l endlture would be re^ covered, whea the present dump was abandoned." PEARY HEA6s''=""fHE u, sr. icOTT RELIEF Kew York, March ii.--Admiral Rbbe*t E. Pep-ry-lijis consented to be-' cpmCthe pr^ th&fAtnerlcaii; br^ph Of tio/ Mbnibrlal PuUd, with .^larenc'e ��d*;gt;i'A'l^dn'g:''j^^^ :tt^?^mihlttee?a^ mdndj Archer M.\'Huntington, presi-deht? 'Of the AnterlSan Cteographloal 0C0^:.6t .^NeW^'S^D^pDrj; Henry F. :Oi^ifo}'n, president' jpfth^ Amerloaji lilu'iiillm of Naturil*rii[lstbry; H; Qi ittM^ piReSld'i|#^^^ :g|cfe%;fhiiaaei^^P;Bey T. Si'anntng, Oeorg^T. WllB,on, Louis . , ,j , K. Seaman, Henry'"W. J. BucHnell and Results of Dairy Inspegtlbp,- V. ^tetanaon \ ^ Owner, Parry; milk retailed � Henry fclews, treasurer of the fund. 6pdfrey-PuiiipB,Liiit�d,Lcwdon,'Bng.; w-w fBati i^&S^ tHe best $2S00 caf makers of famous brands of tobacco and Tv*^ ucoi, hi*vvv_^j,�U^ blgarfittes, are scouring the world for the W OQ; .tAe maTKet anywnere. YOU very best oar money can buy. th�ygive � � Catt'Witt tbi^ Car, and alSO Cet a. this car and ample upkeep money to run ^x^T^JI L 14 i.  it ayear, to Bmoketsof Goidiiake (10 puTsc PlMWCt^^mn gold to mamtam wc.) cigarettes fhek; it for a ^6^, bjT stodiiig OUT representa* tive, F. W.-DliacKcfe Toronto, the laigest ntmiber voKf^Oiip^ our faxxMtis vrithin six months ;i|f Flake'Cigar6tt�� '^xi^*' mild, well-matUrtf JsjL they are sold in;8tpp�pe princely premiums mm toTie in keeping wlth^W now being shipped firpip plan now to see ' ' and enlist your pons. Nobody , opW/Canadian Taketlte,a|, ho^x however, and.wa^h'%; BBcond annountemottt yeip|,;^ 6� iwwrB or at 15 Broad street, announces the receipt of contributions amounting to $2000,' fnbluddng $500 from Archer M. Huntington, and $100 from Captain Amundsln; discoverer 5f the South Pole. , t '/ V, s.  "Not merely Bngls^diV/ibujaJiy-, h The Popular Taafe '^V>frtMi'odMfre\en 2ic lor loi Siiy them b^feckuse .bat WJ'l "i'ul yplaced'aluininata lags, some are v orth {25 oot ^Digar/icontaiqiu;; j-,c tag.! jDul^aini^g th6'''-;25 00 tagh. \ n^^ to i�lTtf rom their appear- \ ^In&l^utn tagsti ThfHc tags 1 and you'll never L�ow there see fx. as the a h dr�pi off. k44Vi.,^M^M * *' CASH THESE TAGS' fsc dr $25.00 iu^a^"Fr�i de the Province* df Alberia Tvill e all ai^rangements with the will bfe honored wlierLvel '0 Dealers ^ oE .advertisementi thit ^ill' ' iWVcUalotnera abokt "Ilor de in.cash to h Jberta n oltenlf fig,' atja^ctlve postcTB 'that/;; ving^ypu a cigar that apwalab^ a godd cigar wli-n he smokes � 1 ^> Hj ~Mt}erc^'^tD order 500 authorue >ou'to redeem all H.uiBiiii.a Migi i�ciici>)g4;. onr Duu. 22 ;