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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, 23, IMM. -v, FRESH from the GARDENS OF THE FINEST TEA PRODUCING COUNTRY IN THE ISLAND OF CEYLON II SALADA" DELIOIOUS-PU RE-HE ALTH- AT ALL GROCERS TEA OUR LETTER BOX. PLUMBING Dear Priday last, local INSPECTOR a meeting, held 348 Journeymen Plumb'eTs and Steamfitters, it was resolved to reply to J. H. Fleetwood's remarks, -which he made at a meet- ing of the waterworks committee, held Sept. 9th, re, appointment of a plumbing inspector. He states that he had iried to fceep the plumbers up to the mark. Wo should very much like to know what he meant by this. As far as work being done that was not satisfactory, it' was up to him to see that it was done properly, and it would not be profitable to have a job altered after it was once inspect- ed. Also in regard to pipes bursting in the winter; it is nothing else but carelessness on the part of occupant of the house, as all pipes are fitted so as to empty themselves if the wa- ter is turned off, which makes it im- possible for them to burst in heavy frosts. As far as the by-law goes, if the plumbing work had been out according to by-law as read, there would have been no necessity for the plumbers to have asked for it to be renewed. As for knowing anything about sani iation. Mr. Fleetwobd does not know what he is talking about. This is the one item of the trade, and as the members who belong to this local are men who have served an apprentice- should very much like to know how and when Mr. Fleetwood gained his knowledge of sanitation. The way in which he has allowed the plumb- ing to be carried on in this city is enough for the plumbers themselves to judge hhow much he knows about sanitation. It certainly is the most important part of the installation of plumbing and to have a man with no practical your city, I would like to ask if it is I possible that ladies who invest- j' ed in your city to be prevented from attending council meetings by the action of some of the council, who desire to conduct the meetings in this manner, or be silted by the representatives of Lethbridae. I would highly appreciate a reply in your papor that, would put me clear I on this point as 1 ladies j should be permitted to attend council! meetings if interested in your city I without being compelled to accept a second hand smoke and in some casos from some who have no interest in your city. Hoping, Mr. Editor, you will see fit to publish this letter in order that I may know at an early date if I might hope to be a ratepayer in you: city and that my lady friends and my self would be permitted to attend a council meeting' without being humil- iated as I have seen others. A Prospective Purchaser. STIRLING NOTES Sterling. Alta., Sept. on experience. You may as well have I the new ihotfil %Tas delayed a few no inspection at all. It is absolute-! days, owing' to the lack of lumber. with tte jncre.ased staff of workmen wllo put OIlf it should soon be completed. Mr. Fisher has just ly necessary to have a practical man j However, three cars loaded with lum- for inspector, not one who only looks j ber arrived first Of the week, and for leaks and does not know if it is a sanitary job or not. In other cities the plumbing inspector is a thor- ough, practical and theoretical man j Burned from Medicine Hat where with credentials for same. .has been rushing the completion of As we have taken up much of your valuable space, -we ask the council to see that the right 'man is appoint- ed and bear in mind that the plumb- ing inspector holds great responsi- stock of 'horses and cattle that he bility where public health is concern- has to build a new stable. He will ed. Tours truly, start on the building of the same lin- the doors and windows. for ear of brick has arrived and Degener's new store. Mr. Smith has bought such ,a large stock of 'horses and cattle Local 348 Journeymen Plumb- ers and Steamfitters. SMOKING AT COUNCIL MEETING Editor Lethbridge Daily Herald: Dear a stranger in your city I would like to write a few lines to your paper on my observations of your city council. I was much sur- prised on attending a council meet- ing to see the presiding officer, short-, (-.hica ly after 'calling the council to order, light his cigar and start puffing away followed by some of the councillors mediately. Owing to the large number oi build- ings that are being- erected, carpen- ters are exceedingly hand to get, and many buildings are being dektyed on that account. Three car loads of wheat were shipped from the Taylor Elevator last week. The new drilling machine for Mc- Cutxrheon Fisher has arrived from _'O. Work on the new well will be started at once. This machine is smoking cigars and others cigarettes, ship varying from five to seven years and the scene at the opposite in some of the largest cities of this of the council chamber would si stranger the impression that continent, also in the Old Country, and have worked for years as journey men, and then to be told in a town of some population by a man who has no practical experience what erer, is a great slight to them. "We the well drilling and coal prospecting machine of its kind in Canada, capable of -doing any depth that is required. a i ...Mr. Barrie, of the! t end' Medicine Hat, was yesterday. He is figuring- on young boys come to the council charn-; the. piumbing in the new hotel, ber to enjoy a smoke with the city j 3Ir. Des6ner bf the firm of Moor-e fathers, all of which w.as carried on Degener has arrived, and adds one in the presence of ladies. JTow Mr.'jtaore to the number of enthusiasts Editor, as a prospective investor in j that are engaged in building Sterling The Herald Job Headquarters for Office Stationery of all kinds Fully Equipped in All Branches of the Trade Expert Mechanics and the Latest Machinery If you have not tried us for your work, let us turn you out a trial order Letter Heads Bill Heads Statements Envelopes Phone 106 Invitations Announcements Circulars nphlets Etc., etc. I. EAKIN CO REPRESENT The Railway Passengers Insurance Company OF LONDON, ENGLAND Who secured the Liability Insurance of the City of Lethbridge through the exceptionally low rate tendered. We are prepared to offer similarly low rates to Contractors arid j others requiring liability insurance. YOU cannot afford to be Unprotected Offices: 307 GRABB STREET Opposite BANK OF MONTREAL ?vv Daily Herald's Patterns 3032 MISSES' SKIRT PATTERN NO. 3032 All Seams Allowed. A most becoming skirt for young girls is shown in. this seven-gored mo- del, with plaited flounce. attached to the upper sewing under a tuck sew- ing. The back is laid in on inverted box-plait. The design will be satis- factory in mohair, broadcloth, pana- ma and cashmere. The pattern is in 3 sizes 13 to 17 years. For a miss of 15 years the skirt will require 6 1-2 yards of material 20 inches wide, 5 1-4 yards 24 inches wide, 3 1-2 yds. 36 inches wide, 2 7-S yards 42 inches wide, -or 2 3-8 yards 54 inches wide. Price of pattern, 10 cents. buttons. The- pattern is cut in 5 sizes (to 12 years. For a girl 8 years the dress will require 4 5-8 yards of material 24 inches wide, 4 yards 27 inches wide, 3 yards 36 inches wide, or 2 5-8 yards 42 inches wide. Price of pattern, 10 cents. COWLEY NEWS Cowley, Sept. F. Dwyer and family of Springfield, Hiss., who re- cently purchased J. C. TJrury's 480 acre ranch, close to town, for 400, arrived this week and took pos- session. Mrs. Dwyer and children have been guests at the Cowley house for some -days, waiting for her hus- band to arrive with the stock, imple- ments, furniture, etc. Mr. Dwyer is a Missouri man who spent four years in Kansas but has been attracted by the superior advan- tages of Western Canada. It speaks well for the lands in the Cowley dis- trict that after examining other wes- tern, points he has been willing; -to pay a higher price for land m. thftTri- ciiiity of our to-wn-thaE, it could had for in nearly any part o-t West. W. C. Robinson, implement ageat hardware and furniture merclttmjt.- of our town has sold to W. J. ICit-, chell and son a new Canton stroke, self-feed hay Miss Agnes McMillan, daughter of the proprietor of the Cowley Hotel, who has been attending the Convent School in Calgary for several years; and has been spending her holidays' at home, returned to Calgary on JCbm day to resume her studies. ...Next Sabbath is children's j the Presbyterian. Church throughout Canada. A special service will held in the Cowley Church at 3 An interesting children's service be conducted by the pastor, Mr. Haii ilton, who will be pleased to see" all j the children, as well as the pareuta parent. PARIS TRANSFER PATTERN NO. 8052 Design for shirt waist fastening in the front or back, to be transferred to linen, handkerchief Indian- head or Persian or Victoria, batiste, muslin or organdie, as well as China, taffetas, or surah silk, satin or mes- saline, the design braided with silk or cotton soutache and the eyelets embroidered with mercerised cotton or silk floss, according to the mater- ial. The cuff portion may be used on the lower edge of the tight-fitting sleeves if a sleeve without cuffs is used. Price of pattern, 10 cents. 3044 GIRLS' ONE-PIECE DRESS PRRIS PATTERN NO. 3044 All Seams Allowed. The box-plaited dresses hanging straight from the shoulders have al- ways been favorites for little girls. This one is a bit unusual, and has small pointed yokes on each side of centre box-plait. The development was in white pique, but several other materials are adaptable, such as ,ehal- lis, wool batiste, chambray and ging- ham. The closing is in the back un- der the plait. A belt of the material passes around the waist and fastens to the box-plait in front with pearl CJ.TJ JR E s Diarrhosa, Dysentery, Colic, Cramps, Cholera Morbus. Cholera Infantum, Beastli- ness. Summer Complaint, and all Looseness or Fluxes of tne Bowels. MRS. Tnos. W, WEAVER, Coal Creek, N.B., writes: ''My littlo girl was taken ill with a very Karl attack of diarrhoea. Nothing seemed to do her any good. Hear- ing of your modieine. Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawberry, I went at once and got a bottle, and to my great surprise, after taking a few doses, she was completely cured." We wish to warn- the lie against being imposed on bytjn pulous dealers who substitute the called "Strawberrv Compounds" for Dr. Fowler's. If you want to be on the safe side, for Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild and insist oa getting what yon asfc for. The original is mn only by 'i lie T. Milhurn "o., Toroiito. Ont. Price 35 MR. ALBERT Owen Sound, n-rites I always a of 7X-. Fowler's Kxtrnetof Wild Strawberry in the house, would not caro to be with- out it, as I have proved it airaln aadr again to bo a remedy diarrhoea. am thrca.ten.etl wish it ono teaspoonfnl of the fixes me completely." 'v ;