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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THK I.F/riTBRIDGK DAILY TTKRALT) TiuvsdH.v, Marcli 21, lUl I. GREAMALT BREAD Wrapped at the Oven Door \>:i %f From Our Oven To Your Table As If Borne On Wings! The cat is out of the bag Good News For All ^^ADAM-Cleanliness is the watchword in our bakeshop, and our bakers live up to it. Our wagons are kept clean and sweet. We are now going a step further. We have had wrappers made specially for us, and after considerable experimenting have produced a new loaf and named it " Creamalt" Bread, and are making it in 1 1 -2 lb. loaves baked in single pans, and as soon as it is cool we wrap it in the wrappers and deliver it to you; and it reaches your table as clean, sweet and wholesome as it was when it left our ovens. We feel confident that the housekeepers of Lethbridge will appreciate our efforts to deliver to them a loaf uncontaminated by the dust of the streets. Phone 1027 for a sample loaf From our wagons or at gour grocers, or phone 1027 10 cents each One and one-half pounds full weight Marked 16 ozs. aspercitg bg-law'' GILMORE Baker to Her Royal Highness The Lethbridge Housekeeper Whooping Cough -CROUP ASTHMA COUGHS BRONCHITIS CATARRH COLDS �irA�lc�M� 197a Jl^.'!"�'.'! tr. boei. to ml-ttMTi f r�sl Altlvri. Til* m;r rindired itroMal? ncJilfordMer(pUrab�kkt. 109 AU. ORUCCISTS Tlr� Orwiaa* Aatl. hea for the lrrit��i' siii.nit of ilic di>^tric' ri)ui* IiPCiin tins iTmrnini; �itli luriiir \'. inl-pr prp.siilirie Thp w liole ni"rnmi; wr� tHkrii up �n itti ihf i-asr nf \V R lliiil ahil idii-init 'atllp ( m . Siivnty AI Uif ^inip n( toifijr 'i' jirrss nn iipfisn>n li>'Pr. iPai'iii'il TERRIBLE CRIME IN CHICAGO Chiivifjo. Mdi'cli Mnrrihly iuuii laied w!in ihP hf-nd pracii'''a11y k*-v pred. 'lip biidy nf old -lup Biirkp was foiind in rlie hasenieni of ihe hi'.v'B honip -oda,- . Il.ivrv Moiin: ford, iv.-cn':' \i;r.!-. In. |;od i hii!;^ ffi rvUh haikiiig �hr- b.n i., jii.-. (;s with an ant. k WOMAN'S ADVICE _T0 WOMEN TAKE GIN PILLS Tv.vHsrnK P.O., Osr. "I ttceivfd your sample of C.IM PILLS and after u.-.inii llu-ui, i felt so luticii better tl'.nt I got a bnx at mr druggist's, and now 1 am tdking M\e third box. The pain across my back and Icitlnfrf has almost entirely gone and I am lictlcr than I have been for years, I a great sufferer from Rhemralisin but it has all left nie. I slroiigly advise all women, tvbo suffer from Pain Id The Back and Weak Kidnevs, to try CIS PILLS. Mrs. T. Harris. Thouaands of women, right here ia Canada, owe their robust health, their rtrengthani! Aigor. their bright eyes and roav chee^- to GIN' PILLS. And they know that GIN PILLS will cutc the Kidney and Hladder Trouble* with which no many women suffer. juiit as Mrs. Harris did-first, write for a free .nample bor of ('.IN PILL9 and try them Then, if they do yau good, get the regular 50c boxes at y9Ut 4e�ler's. Your money promptly refvaAtd if GIN PILLS f.-iil to give relief, National Dnig nnu Chemi. d C*., WyL A,D., Tuiuutu. k� Put Heavy Tax on Transient Traders (Cunlinupd Imin iioiit paec) hiirm lo !he mhpr hu>;n(.'ss niPii Tra\ellprR sav iliat liie cjry in ;i rj-,,d lown bpcaiisp 01 ibpsp �:i!. landK, (1. A. M(Ki!ln|i, A. \. .\If:(.;,;ir-. Mr Cornell and il. G. i'1-drV.f Tlip ma>or said iha' rhe nipr.ii anis who put 011 'hr- sules ar)\ iy\p r-ily SOlifirnr- SH-f' .VilHI (�' hp done. Mo was no' fa\o'ar'|p t> thcsp ajpn's ruic-.i!i; ;i lall City Not Resoonsible A Ipiipr was rP p'.-.pd finni 11 K Drnrv PiiRinppr 1' 'he Railway e'l.iin miiiSioii 10 'lit- I 11 �� piriiiippr. ai!vi!=.iu, ,'ihai I ho C }'.R . A II X I . aiul th. uiiy bear etiiiullv ' liP co.s: o' kp'-pn'u ;a nljih; watchman and da\ wai.liiuaM Ri I hp tialt :-trppi proseiim Tiip iii\ was asl>pd m show � a';^p wliv i' 'Should imt hpar i'f sharp The 'i'y 3nliV; I. IIP Ipripr t !om 'I'p cjt\ .�(j!;cjfor  id.'.siui; thp r ,ivi-^prl Hoard of Tradp >;ran' r.iiP from 'h" (iPc,-Hm;, i7l 01 Tradp. who 'li.-c 'Lm iiitPriiii Ecan' $ '.' iiii i.rd 1! fii \r( hlip. I V.,.,1p� w r,,t( |ilip dilTiiPlKP hi;i\'ppri uoiid i.'.id sn-pl and i;ahjliiips of JTmi lit ilip ,iiy and'bylaw. It' iho .school l)oard objects ha'.p the plapp used as a dp|onti;in it is lor tliem t 1 lake procpedincs. home, as 'hpy do nor fppi that itiPy : The Detention Home can rarry mi ihp hoinp anv loiispr. 1 I t'hipf Gillpspip ad\ised thai I hp Petition for Walks and Boulevards dPipntion hoiw he nlacpd on l-'ishev \ I'P'.iion was iirpspiiipd in^ for '""' arranapd with i") ih'i ards and walks .mi iL'ih .\ .|' Knsign l.aidlaw fur ilii mana-ijeiiient. an.ih iiveniiei Inn in a dM'I'ei'Pni plan; ''''"^ ''''''' ''"""ril was a.?lt' nulls for a sinrasiP sir.iiinils a' ilip raip .if S,:, ii .car. They reconmipnd pd 'ha; thp o,''t'"r \/e acpppipd as ihp ' oinp,iny had no pro'iPi'ty for sale. Thp Hiiard of lleaMi rpnon wa,'^ i'pad as imldislipd sonip days as 1. Tlip i-'ii-p i'miiinlltpp rc.,or'cd il'ai i ap'aiii ilai'dip had hpen apuoijiip-' totear down a man's property withofit ' mayor said that the council would have componsHtion. ; 10 figure on $40.(10" al least. Aid. I'll- I'Riter was refpired to the Bec-jOlivpr satd that Cftlfrary had no public rPtary and the WorKs and Proppilyahaitoir. Hp thought private capital commilipe to ..oniplete the arrange-1 shcild undprtake that work. The law inrnt for the extension of Reed Ri. made certain rpqnirements. Tho Aid. Oliver moved that rhe grant 10 mayor commeniod on Ihp way the the Board of Trade for $:t.Of>n bp paid j meat \s left lylnK on trucks ai the forthwith. This carried unanimously. ' Rialion when it arrived here. He The letter of In.junclion from ijmith * j would like to have more information t'ameron was filed. The mayor said I on it before considering the matter thai it would all deppnd on ihe value ai all. Me thought it better to enforce paup. Spcfptary Holiiiison explained, thai iho dpheniiirps reported as un-f sold wprp sold in tip.-emhor hat thp I iiKinpi was noi eiilerpii no iintiJ .)an-'iar\. The Storm Sewers In c.inpidpriiii; -tip engiiiepr's rp |io:'' '111 sit-rin spwprs. .Aid. councU would vote a,,y more or not. ; I, was decided .0 I^ave the matter , .,, thoroughly clean.-. Af.�r it ,n A Public Abattoir The Board of Health repori was over for a year at Itiusi. The aiiilitor's report was received and ordered published In the usual udojited except that clause advising . ^^.^^ ihe council to consider the erection of I a public abattoir at ouce. AUi. Oliver i advancf. of |l,OfH) to the Agrioul- said that Ihe council was not yet pre- I Society for current expenses was pared to go ahead with Ihat. Aid. "�^"'*'''' 1 Fravne said none of the biildiers had 1 '''aking up the Agricultural hiiildliig a good sla.tigbipr house and it would i'"^^'e'' mayor said that he noi be fair to have them put them up I f^^'or signing the contract for! I dried iriva another apjilloatlon of Hlr-I Butonp. .*fter you have used it for a while you will admit li Is thu besi you have ever unad Your Nyal prue Store win cheerfully uusrantee Hirsu-tena to do all that is claimed far It aOLO AND GUARANTEED BY ALL LETHBRIDGE DRUGGISTS Ac':ii^ ''l-.ipf u' .iliMi a niontli anrl pays lor noiliinR. The storm .sewers I and then put up a public abattoir. The ' "'bole building. The money Is '�>�"!' feet of Paraxon hose i)uicliasPd i arp in Tlip iPiiorf of tlip W'atprw iirks com-idinarv a diffprpiii poHiiiDii 10 the or spwpr. Hp ilioui^hl the city butchers were agreeable to a public abattoir. .Mayor .-^danis thoiiglit (hiit coinii';. l-oni i''n aalp of th. old pi-oiindH. Aid. Bowman said thai the ' money, ITa.OOn. Ik all due this year ' On� for e�ch everyday ellmenl iiii ipc rp ampnilinpii's lo the hihiM jshould hear a siunp of the cost. Ald>j if the butchers would build liieir own I i"li')�ed. it.oodp t),m�bt 111., cifv sliould nay ] slaughier liouaeg according to Uie re-' "f"'' 'f*j""dln8 ^^'p'"* hulli li would .p- Itpid S'li.mined his ipport on'half the cis;. 'lip sa'..p as it dops I'tir: 'inirement of 'he law (here would be. only fti.^.ftdO (0 do the required ...........---------. reil !.� I'Mi or reduced eVciri.- lialii ' .iiadina. It was p.iiiiipd mil that thel'io necessity for a public one. Aid. � '\'ation. uo ' lo'' 'he aKncultural bmldluRs advised very weak. After seeing Several doctors ,,,,,1 .,, ,,�, ,,|.., tIipv .vpi-p � m ic.a".T hnw hrnnii ! ina v he. 1 hal we lhat ilieoidci la- i.laced a' otn-e ro, and using (licir medicine J got no relief lou.i. 1 iici him mi, I.''.....1. f'i:i!i.-*h it fiP" '>f .11 cos: if i!,a. 'hpi-,' w!l he no delay. Aid. Oil-^ -i J^rjend told n�-i>f your Heart and I''"'''c'llarl) liandsoiup either, hut \ pr stiid tha' Snilih Iti-bs. ^� ipiiilPi- for thP iiiMdiiio had i.een a appeared this morning on two ctiars-I PS. d and d , and asaault-ilig 11. police ' oflicer oti duly. I-Ie nun soaked J.i land ctistR or l.'i days on tlie first, and J the second was reiiumded till' tomorrow laorning, when lie will be %\ypn The Usual Tax pipliniinar\ hearing. I As a .snquel 10 the ciisr .Saliwdar ---- I when, at l.anigau's iniorination, the PI, . � . pj ;nian Tongue was fined .SIO and costii once Alter Illicit Booze ion the charge or stealing groceries. .one of 'I'oiiRue'^ dauglilcrs lius laid ' informin ion charging Lanigan -with sttialicg cpilain leftcrs belonging lo her about Sppt I" ..f last year. U look;; like a case oi gelling even joints -Girl Prefers Theft Charge Wilson's ^l'^"^ I look Iwo Iw.^es and tbey I.een I*"*"?"'.'' complete cure. 1 can recom- Pp , , , , , . . "lend them highly to alt nervous and .cppipd siih.pc 1,, 'he a^iproval of : lie; run down women. d-  h 'I'lli sa . II.;- ir.issps fur '.,,. .ini would hp jrTi." 11' 11 ;a. iilihii ! Turn It Over to C-ty I The Jadip.s o' ihp '-.d.-mi i,f .l(.-rr! ors of Ihe 'i'.iing Women s llomp I wrote saying ihai M w-nipn had b. en laccommodnted duriiiR ilip uasi tprj iiionihK and thai tl.p home had been' 'un nl a (U'fic'x n! ?7i 1. The- t in i'0�pd tiirijiiii; yier ihuir .i�s,p;o, ifii.i.Mii .111 '.i:' uuar.iiiu-p Tlip'. arp ea'oii ilKc laiidy. and arc iiarticiila 1 iy idpai 'm- . "iliii. !i Tiipv ai � ilircciiv on ihc i.p-vps .-inrt ni-is.,'!ps iu>. I'mis-i,.;.! mil is .a.spil by 'aphI.iipss .1; 'he an.i mi:.-.-iPS of tiu- lari?e 1 ; tit'-Ht'.nPs ..1- dPS'Piid r.?- oim; T.i i ,1 ..v|.r, cii-r- ymi niiis. iiPrelorc tone ""�l"''-''"''-" 'bo;n;h( ihe ordei , " I h'Ave advised manv othcrv to trv -f. au.l h. 11 tl-os.- meaiifi and ,''elpclive Kttaii ny.d.'ii Ihe prciii/ses of Alis. IJuinnirr on (;ih \\p . an-il sealed up a q.ianlitv of hiiozr which will appear as evideuce ill Ihe case agauisl her loim>rro->v have to be taken Into' consideration , �' ''"^^ "'"^ "^--^e '^""^I'^-lie had not signed iU potllion aTidj, Heart and Nerve Pills are had no' hen piinKUlicf] In the mni ler. No law could aJIcw tlie council Joc per box, or 3 for * 1.2s, '.it all dealers or mailed direct on receipt of price bv Th* T. Jiabu/n Co.,-Liiajted, Toronto, Out. next, visit, syown, of Guelph, di��a Mikt; Salowski, a .Slav from So. -3, suddenly a.i the tea' table. ,11,0,. much painkiller; Knetchel. the Hanover mauui' ".Serviiine" yc.-'lerday afternoon ' p,., ^ strong Liberal. whos� 4on la-and .started out to show the po- tors voters did much 10 el<^cl A. II. licenioii "that he w-as t.hi nrigiiial one Milieu, M, p., jg stated 10 he ajtaiurt aiid ujjl) wliIlM luan's hupe. 1 fn raised reciprocity 1^3' ;