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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta TJie Lcthbritlye Daily Hwald, Tuesday, October 1 ish Waists New .Waists in a splendid selection of flatmels, cicths, nets and cotton flannels. A wonderful variety of the new shades at prices below any- thing previously offered by this great merchandising house; New Silk Waists in good French Taffetas, Japan Taffetas, English Tamalines and soft China Silks. New styles at the ;ow prices New Net Waists in the most beautiful embroidered styles we have" seen this season. All the new colors, and a good assortment New Flannel Waists in, pure; all wool French flannel, also fine Eng- lish stripes, at Wrapperette Waists in and spots in navy, red, green, etc.' Some arc trimmed with velvet. Low prices to tip to up to 75c and V Special Silk Waist .Made of good Jap silk in blk., navy, red. prison, etc. Nicely trimmed with tucks. Special Net Waist A most beautiful cream net waist with embroidered front and silk lining. A wonder SAYS THE SANITARY SYSTEMS ARE AGED Report Submitted to Committee Bowman Favors Strsight Commission-Consulting Engineers Are: Blamed At the city council last night th't' report by J.' Aird Murray; onto sanitary expert who was brought to Let-abridge a couple of months ago to repott oa a.sewage purification plant was submitted, to- gether with his bill of lor the same. He offered to supply fifty, cop- ies, of it for The report a lengthy one and the reading .of it was dispensed with. The estimiurl cost of the system recommended is 600. .Aid. Bowman, suggested they should .co easy in the, matter. When east he A motion Svas passed referring lo i-jie city solicitor the matter of local improvement, asss-sstneiii of property bonded by three si reels, with the view 'of amending; the by-laws regartl- the same. -Some 'Commission Talk Under' the heading pf new business. Aid, Bowman asktM if it was intend- ed, -to take the commission form of government plebiscite at the general municipal election in December or at a special .election. The mayor re- plied 'that although it was ;tt the last meeting to hold a special j hat! discussed the question with ah- meeting, he had since taken the fiues- other engineer well known to himjtibh.up with the city solicitor, and who had declared that Aird Murray's i his opinion w; system was mossgrown with Mayor Adams said that when Murray was here he ha-d declared jLhat Provincial Sanitary Inspector .'Owen's j.system had whiskers on it a yard I long, so out ot date was it. There j so much professional jealousy j among the various experts, that j city seeking their services jHis.opinion, was that it should be age, j taken -at; the same rime as the regu- Aird lar municipal -ejections. The people SPRING COULEE tell where it got off at. The report, was referred to the health board for report and Mr. Murray's account for. services ordered paid. C. B. Bowman wrote slating that he had been notified by the sanitary inspector to place wash -basins and other appliances connected with the would have rnoje lime to discuss the matter: at the pre-election meetings, and -a larger vote, ana consequently a fairer.; test-'of public opinion obtained -then.- 'Aid. .Bowman "said that t he "reason" j he "spote" about, the matter was that while 'east he had enquired into the workings' the .various systems there and he was oi the opinion that thev. should make their commissioners the council and making' them 'responsible to the elec- torate. council was re- turned with'the commissioners there stores on, Crabb St. .continual -conflict- and friction. wnc n-rtirttr-tn build a to Fravne the Farmers Putting in Large Areas of Winter Wfieat Toronto, Oct. incorporation of EiiejSteel and Radiation .Company of .Canada with a capital [means a merger of the control of the Canadian and American markets in sewer, into his i He said_that he was g mercantile block thereon in the spring; and ;would' like, if possible; the time in which.- to make the con- nections ordered extended until then. His request was No.Infectious Diseases Health Officer Dr, DeVeber reported that there had been BO cases oL IT IS YOUR DUTY TO YOURSELF AND pAMILY TO PROVIDE A LITTLE MONEY WISELY HV VETED EST WILL BRING YOU DOLLARS Insure your earning time is' coming "when you should1 have 'sometiung'-for "When labor as represented, by your salary, will not take care of you. t .V YOU MUST FACE THE .What better prospects can y0.u picture than the ownership' of a choice tract witli luitabl East Coleman? Here'is independence and a pension for Old age, with a producing capacity meet all wants of self and family. Invest now-white lots are cheap.- LAROE LOTS LOW PRICES Owner, "Michel, B.C. t; Colemaii.'; DBUISHED may or-said, that the city'solicitor's opinion >vas that a two-thirds major- ity should be necessary to carry. Aid. Oliver: that there ;was a-considerable difference Q! opin- ion- on.-the-matter, and for that rea- son not think the people of he .Eectious aiseases in the city during government. This, year's co'uncil, radiators, heating boilers and kindred e month and the Isolation. Hospital obtained. better results supplies m conseciuence had "been empty. He thaa ever before. They could keep it -i__vnur j'was in correspondence with several -Magrath, Oct 1.-1 our correspond J lf the present plans of the com. n and oh fd t -the ent had the, pleasure ot visiting- theipanj. carry mey wiu expend about matter of having a nurse and cook Coulee district yesterday. Tnat iu increasing the plant at at the hospital all the time, but was country is in a flourishing condition' and farming operations afc in full "swing on every hand. Several large ttiresning- outfits are 'working I'ull capacity to get the immense fields tnresned -before snow flies.: er follows in the of the thresh- and. thousands :'of acres of. fall grain furnace may toe installed Toronto. A ;blast as a subsidiary concern in .counectino with the company next year. a position, to' report "further -at .the present time. There had been ono. case drawn to 'the- attention of' relief committee. Provisions to value of about 312 had been the the are-being-put-in. -'The Spring' Coutee. f .At Montreal the intention of the big: The sources of the city's' milk supplv corporation is to eat up everything in. ha-d. been inspected" as sight in the way: of steel and iron products, and if suitable -negotiations cannot be consummated Trading. Company is. doing a rushing} W1U erect a big warehouse and works ousiness, as are aU the other-business tliere as well as Sr; jotm, Bi! places. The people appear to be hap--yueDec is also objective point of py and contented and enthusiastic ov- j the new C0mpan7. west it is ere the tuture. of the district; -It is; JlKeiy that the "merger will'operate a -puzzle to us why the town itsell uirougii some one of rhe larse job- cows were ail usual, Thf. a healthy and -and'keep on improvin year by the present.-u-s- tem. Frayna; asked if any thin: been -regard to the had scales it had; been proposed to put. iu clean condition..... TlTe .harns an-d- milk at No. 2 -FirV. Station in North belli- bridge: -r Mavor Adams said that there was' comparatively little bav and -grain hauled into Lett- bridge this year.'. and it was better, he thought, to- -forego, the ooes not progress more rapidly. Is located in 'the heart of a splendid agricultural -district, and still it piac- ncauy remains stationan- in regard iin a .child subject tc croup is a sure indication of the ap- proach of the disease. If Chamberlain'a Cough Remedy is given at once or even after the -croupy cough lias appeared it will prevent the attack. Contains poison. Sold by all Unreserved Auction Sale At 312 Cutbill Street, at 11 a.m. iay, uctooer The following articles will be T. -white iron beds (single) S white iron beds, complete. full size 2 camp beds and mattresses 9 dressers, mahogany, oak and mission. r> wash s'.ands A great many yds. hef'.vy in- laid linoleum. 2 Brussels fquarcs 2 all -svool arl squares Pillow? lieddiug 1 Souvenir ran ere 2 laundry stoves Ccoking utensils, lamps and dishes' x solid oak extension table i maple ext. tabk: 14 maple diniiijr room ciiairs Set dining room chairs, seat .upholstered in leather. for 1 solid oak buffet 2 strong 'tables suitable kitchen use- 5 bed room 'writing tables 2 parlor tables 1 bed lounge 1 davenport bed couch 2 reclining chairs 1 morris chair 3 rocking, chairs ladies' writing desk 1 largo linen bureau 1 chiffonier 1 hailrack 1 wardrobe shaving cabinet pairs tapcsiry curtains 15 pairs white window curtains Silver, etc. One Upright Piano almost new (Evans) make This lot of furniture is prradc and in good condition. (Xo reserve.) F. Auctioneer J. Lee Jofmsloa Proprietor storage houses were, still open to iiri-: "provement as were aiso .the methods of milking and-- tlie handling of milk. dairies, however, seemed eag- er to comply with all the require- ments arid he hoped for further im- Ald. Frayne pointed- out- th.xt- thf expenditure had been provided hr in but nothing was doae ia -the matter." There were, present. at the meecirifi, Mayor, .Aldermen' Oliver. provements next month. The report i and Frayne. TVa c: rttir? I was filed. Sanitary -Inspector Vallance- sub- mitted his monthly report which was also received and filed. Repair Isolation Hospital The Health committee reported re- that the plasterins -inside of the Isolation Hospital be patched .up where required, also that certain repairs to the outside and the fence be carried out. The report was adop- ted. Up to Engineers A, bill totalling from the Stu'r- tevant people for labor and material supplied for one of the economizers at the power house. The mayor thought they should' charge the amount up to Messrs. Smith, Kerry and Chace, the consulting c-npftneers, who, he said. were paid by' the city to see, that such faults in machinery did not turn up. Aid. Bowman thought that there had been bad engineering, work- throughout the power plant building from start to finish. The founda- not nearly heavy The 'bill" LEHER BOXES IN NORTi Several Meetings Will Be Held and Addressed on Important Social Question Leth'bridge is to be far-" ored with a visit' from a distinguished party making an -extended tour of the w'estern States and Canada under the or the "American Purity league. There are 'in the- party 'some 'twenty of "the leading national reformers, nere are short sketches of some the oi eration, and secretary gration restriction league. .-Wiley j. Angeles, Cal. Air. Phillips; is known in' California wounds ;and- Liniment the drives druggists. It is cident be relied family who as.a fighter who. and who never gets -discouraged. Jf rot1. James Ross Cr.osse_ Wis. Mr. of strength and nenness has been of the leading churches in'Minneapolis and La. Crosse, and a vocal; instructor recognized The following toe pre-' sent to represent i'eaeration in this, city'.tpmbiTow r Kmma Drake, Prcfcssor Shannon, st, .Nicholas Toronto. The' main and discussed are used, tell'of. a' perance i GOD BLESS "Law.. "Sex Einma F.'A. a farmer's -wife, of the went "Kev. Jason- P. Chase, A. B., Boston. Mass.. secretary''of the New England watch and Ward Society, which was organized some thirty-two years ago.. vis probably itibraJ reform organization in the United atates. "Kev. J. G. D.. To- rorit'o, Canada.. .Dr. Shearer is of the best known reformers in Can- ada, having been connected in official capacity a number of the leading organizations there' for the past' de- cacle." He. is the founder and honor- ary secretary and Social Kei'orm Council of Canada which uni- lies for the promotion of, moral and social reform the Church of England in Canada, the Presbyterian church the Methodist church and -the Baptist cnurch, the Dominion Farmers' Asso- ciation, the Trades and ..Labor Con- the'letter'boxes for North Lethb ridge j gross, the Salvation Army, the geiical .Association, an-d the Canadian Senator DeVeber iias .received word in. reply 4-0 his iaquiriSs regarding for the that, the department intends to put four ioxes in that part of the city in addition to the one on the corner of Westminster Road and Railway Ave. which is being replaced by a -more modern one, making five' tor that part of- the city. The- reason, these were not in the" list of those named when i advertising for mail collections is that it is the purpose of the depart- ment to have the letters from these five boxes collected h- the .letter on the street delivery system. ally referred to the city solicitor to determine the city's liability in re- gard to it. Standard of Empire- Again j Messrs. Ponpst and Dunwoody, law- yers, wrote endeavoring to collect a. "hill for advertising in "the Standard) of Empire, a London. England, pub- Jieaiioa. The amount was some-! where ahout The secretary- treasurer was instructed to write them that the city did. not- the expenditure and is not liable for its payment- "Miners Want Light. The Lethbridge local of the -United Mine Workers of'America, wrote ask-' ing the city to extend its electric- light line along Wilson street to their hall at tin- corner of Lorkhurst and Wilson. Ahout nine poles would be neertc'ii, they said, and they wore willing to pui up a deposit to tlu- amount of to be refunded as other people alone the line used the light. The letter was referred to j Supt. Reid for report. Chief Gillespic wrote enclosing a hill for from Mrs. Bradbeer for the hoard of a young girl whose sad j case was brought to his notice last-! June. He had "pluce.i her in care of i the Salvation Army, but they hart t -been unable to obtain her a position, j He, the chief, alter placing her in the j hands of the Salvation Anuv, forgotten ahout her. thinking :i' position had been obtaint'd for her. until he received llu> bill for her: board. He took occasion lo com- mend lo the council the good work and assistance of the Salvation A run- in ma; tors of this kind. Mrs. Brad- beer in h'.-r letter to him stated that. an at tempi had hton inane to set. thr girl a position through a Young Wo- men's home in the city, hut thev bar! been unable 'to (lo a thing for her. The bill was ordered paid. Sept. Police Report Thr chief submitted his month- ly rcpon. been forty- !eight Vases tried al tlu- city police 11 court undrr ilif hy-laws during Sep- tember and sixty-five under the crim- inal code .-iii.-l railway Me 'suh- miiteri ;i number of applicat-ions for licenses which were: granted Jfuritv jyaucation Association. Dr. Saskatoon house Has the "'Black Knight" come to your home? Let laim show you the quick and easy way to shine the stoves. "Black Knight" takes all the hard work and dirty work out of stove polishing. It's a there is no watery mixture to be prepared. Jnst a few nibs with cloth or brash bnnjjs .a nnrror-hkc shine that "vou can sec your face And the shine lasts Most declrrs handle recom- mend "Black Knight" Stove Polish. .If yowr dealer cannot supply it, anearer will address the convention in the United States on some phases of the w-nite slave traffic, and the meetings in Canada on the legislative iJrnest A. D, -D-, Chicago, Ill- inois. Mr. Bell was educated in the colleges of the United States and ol is one of the best known leaders of social "purity. "con- sidered an -authority lines, of .the' and .has; ;maae- a .great success, of -her .lecture7 The meetings tomorrow should be very largely attended, as -these ers are all'of marked DRY FARMING PASSING THROUGH FERN1E is a tneological graduate., and for missionary purposes studied medicine, spending three years in mis- sion service and India. He is chairman of the white, slave traffic committee of the American Purity reaeration, and was the founder 2nd lor the past six years "been the superintendent of the now famous jiidsigiit -Mission in. "Chicago, out oi which has come the-Illinois Vigilance Association and" other missionary-and rsiormatory societies; John H. Hammond, Des Moines. la. Hammond, is- known throughout the middle west as the temperance tective, and in this capacity he has probably prosecuted more illegal liq- uor sellers more in witness ciiau- than any other man liv I nig. Clark, JLearainston, Ontario Ciark is one .of toe most widely Known men young-men nor is bis work limited to that coun- try. Tens of thousands listened to nis words of helpfulness last season nousands write him and thousands nave heart to heart talks with him JKe understands young; men and thei! problems, and he takes ibem as they are. not what they migbt have been Krof. 'i'. Shannon, A. .M., Freder- Mo. Mr. Shannon is proba- bly the .best known worker along soc. lai purity lines in the southland. He is particularly successful in his work with men. and lias probably addressed more meetings for men than any other speaner. i-'iorence Kttiel Smith, Beloit, s Smith wide experience with girls and young women, and has a keen observer of the moral and! social question affecting young womer! j James H. Patten, Washington. D. c j Patten ig an attorney who von distinction in his efforts for the advancement of reform and espec- ially along legislative lines. i: ciiairm'an of the national iPSisMiv-j committee or' {be American Puritv Fet', Kernie, 'Oct. extra coaches were attached to the westbound flyer" today; "one containing 'j a from .Lethbridge, ancVthe. other 'carry- ing- the Saskatchewan contingent of visitors to the Spokane fall fair.'- The Saskatchewan .boys had- a -'can-' ner hung on the outer walls of their coacb, which proclaimed to the world who. tiey were and where .-they were going. A Herald representative is passing through the whe- ther --they were taking exhibits arong, and was told they, -them- selves were the exhibits. .The Herald man sized ,them u.p.'and told them that tie: thought -they-would make a most--favorable display, among the Spokane Yankees, and left' the car to the smiling Saskatchewan larmers. More than 100 passengers have purchased tickets from here and near-by stations for the Wg fair .which promises to be the.largest yet -held. Dry Farming Congress, which convenes in Spokane during the week will ;be a .damp affair if the rains which have -been falling here for-the past lour -days have, extended to the capital of the Inland" Empire. ged OUL Berore retiring" he of iniikj; which of coming- and int6': which'.the surreptttiousiy- ringers' of Hudson's iiay, iooKred'' intently; ..unable self longer, he a community, we as: a Tag.'-.Day w'no appointed tiiem.. 'the-'. task-' ai-' -biJling, and to Ci wnom they are accountable: labors are partly ..over. busy' -blessing: the.'rmilch- worrying, a little bit or not the-cow will the next "tag anynow. OUTLAW DEITZ'S IS TAKEN TO Winter, Wis.; Oct...' an extremely -'weakened" conditlbn "an.d' .sutferihg excruciatingly severe' .pain rrom. serious wounds in: her back, Siy- ra Deitz -was' moved from 'Winter this morning St: Joseph's cmppewa Falls, under Sheriff Arnson..- who -was' of the belief that Deitz 'had heard of-the intended removal, of his aaugnter, and was. lying'in tlit woods; to the'north of the depot, which Is at" the end. of; Main street. -A armed guards, with ready Winchesters touowed the cortege to the depot' wnere the latter was shoved into the baggage car. 9S styles. are only eye-wise you buy a metal bed. Yot. see but the externals; and you -cannot know if the real quality is there. We make it needless that you should see more than. this Ideal" trademark on the footrail. That makes it sure you are buying wisely. For this is the trademark forty inspections made certain the bed might fitly bear. 'Forty inspections to make certain an Ideal- tradernarked bed will not rattle will not wobble; will not fail to stand hard, long ser- vice. "Jdesl" Metal Beds are made not merely marketed. Study that idea. Yes, they rnay cost a little more a very little more- you would not weigh that little the satisfying knowledge that your ''ideal" .Metal Bed is the best bed value you could have bought. That is true whether you pay four dollars or much more than that. For you buy the quality in every Ideal Metal Bed, what- ever its price. Read "The Philosophy of Sleep." an little book we'd like to send free. AsU for Booklet No. 140- EAL TORONTO ;