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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, SKPTKMBKK 27, 1018 THE LETHnniDGF. DAILY I'M Canada Calls On You To Save Thrift is the out-standing quality which people at home must display in order to help win the war. One of the best uv centives to thrift is a Savings Account in The Bank of Nova Scotia. It is a pleasure to see it grow by systematic weekly deposits, however small. Call cr writi for full informalfan. OFFICER BEGINS ASHES OF CHILO WITHOUT VALUE I))ymi>i.i. Si-pi. -nts fur III'' 1oh� of Uu1 asln's nf tlu'ir rliihl. th'1 supri'iii" iDiii'l. Ii(tl-tniniiiK nn appi'iil liy l!i rri'maiion. wlii'ii ilii'.v coulil not be I'oiinil. His suit for *.r..nun was liasoil rhiiily on an :ital anguish i a'.isi-il liy In-im; deprived of providing a lasi restlm; pla."" for tin- aslii s. or of knowim; what lr.nl li'M'omi' of them. After the lapse of time iinli.Mti'il tin- supiTnif er.nn hiilils'. Illi'lr loss hy Ih.. soi'ten mil wilful jM'>:liK''Hciv .lndK'"emi-ptihlli: sorf et Jos. Of the seven or ei^ht tlionsand men who have heen ilim luiin"il from Ills Majesty's forces In Alherhl. prnhiibly I,.'.00 were discharged hefore lenvinj,' for overseas, said .Mr. Hoyee, and with ihes" the eoniinissiou .was not run-eerned. Kfforts were lieliiK made to �ol in touch (villi thoy who retnrn-"d from overseas In-fore the com-iu.shIoii had heen unpointed. At. present there were every day ahiait -tail men In allendnnre at tin-Ci'ansi and from fall lo snriiiK seventy-five to lun at Kitnnnt'in and ()i'd"ii. In addition men were taldtiK i-utside courses under ih" '-aun- con-(I'tions as if lliey ivr" in the si-jiool. One man was li-iiniint; pastry mul;i:\E in a I'.ili'-ry, mi" dental me. cliaiiics with a dentist, on" was tiik-l:iK up oxyacetylene welding at Kd-nioniotl. Others were ipiitlll'yiiiK Krain ii.spi i tlnK and the operating of e|i-"jitor�', Jiiul one mail was ninklriic � -.-i'-at sni.'i'ess at picioral slmi paint-In*. i ; a result of this vocational training anions older men who. .Mr. Hoyce bald.' �nllsteil at the ar,o of foiiy-'wo, hut  whose at:'.-, weir in 'i-.iiilj from forty-seven in sixty-five, it was thout-hi there would le- \\ H"u- � i-,-,| inflnenee all over the country, as ih''-e men ac; as trustees of -rhi.ols in tlM'ir districts toward the ) hetter adjusting of hand and head i work in the si hools and he also hop-led to nee In every well ei|llipp"i! hospital occupational work carried on as a part of curative treatment and a � trade school for the purpose of assisi-; inn industrial . ripple... in- toad ol lie- iitii ohlit-'eil tiy reason of their di.-i-: ability to exist under compensation Backed by a reputation dsor lirly. 1'or me I ran my business on lie C'onun unications must, hear tlio writ era. under tilts ait'iiaturoi hoadlng of Iho tile liml; of .Indies .Mount and c-iuih and cliief .Justice .Main. >l- BUY YOUR GIRLS' BOOTS THE HUDSON'S BAY SHOE SALE leieived under th" compensation act. MM ; FIRE IN HOTEL ! A COALHURST CASE ! The l-Miior I.ethhridM" Heriiid: Sir. Would you he kind euoiiuh lo place jn your valuable paper the follow | iiiK, in order lo collect a ims-.-i ,ii �ne-iit ; made in your issue of Sep' lilth last,' 1 the case of I.ee Kee. of Coalhurst, fin-, led .^r(.iii) for throwing a bucket of ! slops on a neighbor's kitchen, i I'or the aliove statement. I will let ', ; the evidence of .Mr. Clarence Hart, win; ! stated on oath that he hlinsi.-lf and I lie ! Health inspector from Kdmonton hud [ inspected tin- place some tin;" ;ipo anil j htitl ordered a clean up and the ptir-: i chuse of a KurhiiK'* case.' lie never asked for a lawyir and when i divided and further dictated that two dollars would he nil he would pay. but. I could not ;i e that a man -who defied the Health. Officer for not keep-in;' a sanitary place which is a menace i,i the public health should he allowed to dictate what line lie will pay. I offend an appeal of the case and refused him nothing beariiiK on the case The prosecutor informed me that th" rase was not ana in imale hnsiiiesses as is evidenred in tin- elimination of the saloon from our streets. Ii. will be reniembored thai hotels threatened to close their doors, etc.. and today they can not a, �eoinjiindiile th"ir i/ue.'tl.-. I am Inclined Ibis in ail kindle of the ,-ily liav ii-fiilesl In edu alotii,' these lit. trend )'�ther d Itevcrend C. i: plimented in of the subject I v. hat I can Kb ;�� endorsed their Now someone form, and who think ".-ii could Trade to lead � are pi-i:ii;irily ' of lefoim lie-mother's In av 10 CALL SESSION ABOUT JAN. 15TH Montreal, Sept. 27,-Advices from Ottawa indicate that from all nrcKent appearance* parliament will not be summoned hefore Jan. If>. next. The government has r.ot decided the date upon which the legislators should be convened and its mcmlifirs seem inclined to the view that an autumn session is unnecessary. So far there does not appear to be any prospect of a heavy legis- lative programme and the feeling prevails that it. should be possible to call parliament together in January and dispose of the ness to he transacted before the late spring. '4 The Liver regulates the health FRUIT SALT "1 regulciles llw LiOcr m ethical lit' I appeal to yo.i ei.ni' to your lay either in fore tin; com in express the d" this regard, I will not 1)0 In moral fibre ac:'. 11 a 11 d 1 i n ! Sunday, and from their ciiicri-ea! inns it i111�� 111 -. i'i. t lead in tlii �-. re-ould it be? I hardly 1 pi ei the Hoard o' "ii" a .- their in:elects  tiimenial. Th" seat in evry lat h"r and V'.'ho is their advisor but their minister? So toothers and fathers to :ii'.iiist'-r without ile- ,|) hy p.tier |�e- ' Sabhiith -e.-viee and iie^ of yutir heart in f"e| sure your effort aiti. for. heitu.' men of iii*i11 sense of Christ-will tearlessly brim; ,1 llll-us, even (lloUKll le i ouie-t their duly to man of inches' rnor.'il this municipal ship hine; wtu'es and rocky and iniipiily tliroiii;It now passing. I'. C RSI-: NT! AC if. rice Clothes with th e '1 Yuen Quoin man. pleatled ster to fillip" $.;.(iuo worth tO XeW We: $lf.(i. Til the customs \iil. a .Mon'i'eal t'hiu,i-i/'iilt v at Nf w Westmin-;np a trunk conlaiirliK oniuiii from Monti' ana was lined GET SLOAN'S FOR YOUR PAIN RELIEF You don't have to ruh it to pet quick, comforting relief in >|�e turn j ini! i (Jure you've trio! it on that stiff joinl, -ore nuiM'lc, sciatic pain, rheumatic twitiKc, lame hack, you'll linl �a warm, soutliiml relict you never tliouh'lo a liniment; could produce. Won't stain the skin, leaves no muss, wastes no time in applying, sure, to give. (,nick results. A large bottle means economy. Your own or any Other ilruijRist lias it. Made in Canada, (jtt it today. Sloans ' Liniment l-'in-i'iii'i.-i. S"pt. ::T. I-Tre lirnlte out  re in (lie Foremost hotel owned and ited by Mr. (!eo. Anton, between two and three o'clock this moruitiK. destroying the huilditi� and contents together with the building and contents owned by P. Davidson, barber and the private garages of Mr. Swan-son and Mr. Houoliue. The fire appears lo have started In the kitchen of tile lintel, ami with the wind in the southwest came to the forward part of the building arousing Miss Carte in whose charge the place was in the absence of the proprietor. She in gave the alarm dtiil th" ringing of tin church bell aroused the oiutiiiinity Only the heroic efforts of the citizens and the somewhat favorable position of the wind saved a large part of the town from being destroyed. As ii was � hero wore times when the Honolulu lllock anil the printing office and tins restdence of .Mr. Swanson were in em-miiienl daUKor. There were only three transients in tho hotel, .Mr. and Mrs. (Jerklin and Mr. Hade of Orion. All of the occupants escajie-d. the ladies however only in their night robes. The building was owned hy ('has. Itusinoy, together with the upstairs furniture. All is a total loss, though insured' .'-ir $'J.',(Hi. The house and contents of Mr. Davidson were insured for $1)00. tt ti not ascertained what amount of Insurance was on the property of Mr. Anton. �r appeared in there has been an( The superiority of hand made articles is well known. Hand made clothes, for instance, possess individuality and distinction to a degree immediately evident. The Mold, The Lines, The Finish, The Character are instantly impressive, and this can only be attained by the personal touch of skillful hands. We strive for the attainment of the highest IDEALS in the Tailoring Business. TAILOR FOR MEN AND WOMEN LETHBRIDGE FIFTH STREET SOUTH Kditor oi the Herald: Sir. -Since my let! last Saturday's issue very much comment favorable to the neovssity of a municipal "house clean- j ;tig." and from all appearances the ( good people of Lethbridge are at a ! point where they will take steps to i demand It. I am informed that hereto- j fore similar agitations have been set t on foot, but later allowed to cool off J without any steps having been taken suf 'ieient to bring about effective re-j suits, but this time ll. will require, more than a charge to "stop your pen 1 and shut your mouth'' to cool the all readv heated crucible. Tho iron is he-1 struck while hot and will he kept I hot hy striking, as it is not propused that the lid be securely fastened buck on the detestable segregated moss or "minimum of toleration" under the grise of law and police protection, allowing the conspiracy of Hilenee to maintain. (Inlse of law did 1 say? No, I retract that for the administration in this regard, Is in open violation of the Criminal Code of Canada. ^i'1'-rttantiatlou tit ihls hold assertion I (inolc tioiu the Criminal Code: "Section Disorderly' House. 'Uvury one.is guilty of an indictable offense and liable to one year's imprisonment who keops any disorderly house, that is to say. any common bawdy-house, common gambling-house, common betting-house or opium Joint as hereinbefore defined. The definition referred to Is given in Iho preceding section: j "Section 22f>. Common ihiwdy-1 louse Defined. A common bawdy-. house is a house, room, sot of rooms j or place of any kind kept for the purposes of prostitution, or occupied or resorted to by one or more persons lor such purposes." 1 Sections JI'.S and 2",fl declare thai: tho keeper of a bu.wdy-house Is a vag-| rant and may he punished on sum j mary conviction. "The keeping of u bawdy-house is a nuisance nt common law." (I. Russell on Crimes. r,th Kd. 127.1 And in the face of this we, the only city In Alberta, have a restricted district in open challenge to the Criminal Code of Canada. It is incumbent upon every man in public office, not to shake hands with himself and gloal along in the throt.� of public environment, but to raise himself above that environment and create, a loftier one for his subjects, whereby governmental or municipal standards may be nmeliorated. and | this end democratic governments elect men of their choice, plaiting I hem on probation to administer in omlnoii! functions, sworn to serve the public without fear or favor, partiality or affection. A loading minister of this city asked mo yesterday what it was thai prompted my first letter on legalized vice. 1 answered that, being a real estate man 1 had oxporleneiv, thin wore really shocking, 1 related mi instance, of a woman who came to my office u short, time since, for the purpose of routing a ten roomed residence, and she did not hesitate In tho least in tolling mo that she wanted it for conitnorciat purposes. She said she was n stranger to Luthhridge but hud been inform** IHfT. Lothbrldgc mid Clean to handle. Sold by all Dru� fists, Grocers and General Store* LEMON JUICE TAKES OFF TAN Girls! if Make bleaching lotion skin i?t sunburned, tanned or freckled Sipieoze the juice of two lemons into! a bottle containing three ounces of Orchard White, shake well, and you have ;l fiuarter pint of the best freckle, sunburn and tan lotion, and complex-Ion heautifier, nt very, very small cost. Your grocer has the lemons and any drug store or toilet counter' will supply throe ounces of Orchard White for a few cents Massage this sweetly fragrant lotion into tho face, neck, arms and hands each day and see how freckles, suiiiu.rti. windburn and tan disappear and how clear, soft ami white the skin becomes. Yes! It is hai mless. FROM OCEAN TO OCEAN Woman Praise Lydia E. Pink-ham's Vegetable Compound for Health Restored. In Iraoit every ne.ip;hborhooil in [ America are women who have tried | this standard remedy lor femal* ilia and know its worth. Athol, Mass.-"Lydia E. Pinkhum's ' Vegetable, Compound has dona mo a i�*ror!d of good 1 suffered from a weakness and a great deal of pain every month and nothing brought mo any relief until I tried this famous medicine. I am a different woman �inc� I took it and want others who Buffer to know 1 about if."-Mrs. ARTHUR LAW SON, 659 ' Cottag* St, AOiol, Mass. Ran Francisco, Col. -"I was in a very w*ak nervous condition, havinf� nuffered terribly from a female trouble for over five years, I had taken nil kinds of med-icino and had many different doctors and they all said I would have to ha operated on, but Lvdiu E, I'inkhsm's Vegetable Compound cured me entirely and now I am a strong well woman. -Mra. H, Uosskamp, 1*17 De�i�adero St, San Francisco, Col. For special advice in regard to such nilmenW writ* Lydia R. Pinkham Medicine, Co,, Lynn, Mass. The result of It* many years experience is at your service of P oor Il costs just as much to sell you a poor .suit as a good one. COSTS JUST AS MUCH FOR TRANSPORTATION Manufacturing cost of cutting and making a cheap suit of clothes is out of all proportion to the material. The first cost in buying clothini; is not everything to he considered, as you may pay less hut you don't get anything like the same value for what you pay-and if the "motto ' that "the best is the cheapest" holds good in normal limes it is doubly true todav. WE HAVE THE KIND OF CLOTHES FOR FALL THAT SAVE FOR YOU. Fit Reform and Society Brand SUITS and OVERCOATS Clothes that are manufactured of the best materials that money can buy today-carefully tailored, in styles that make the best use of material and labor. These clothes x SAVE because they wear so long and satisfactorily. v These better clothes are now ready for your inspection in a much larger range o� styles and patterns than we have ever offered before. High Grade Suits Finished to Your Measure $20 to $45 Overcoats Any desired style or material. Prices $20 to $40 SWEATER COATS from the best manufacturers, prices $5.00 to $13.50. Fall and Winter UnderweaJ and other makes, heav two-piece, prices $1.75 Underw StanfielcTs ribbed $3.00. Fleece Lined two-piece prices 75c to $1.75. Combinations In Dr. Jaeger, Stanfields Wolscy.-Wa1 sons and Tru-Knit makes, prici $2.75 to $12.50. NEW STYLES IN FALL HATS, Stj son, Borselino, Christy and makes, prices $3.75 to $7.0] WORK SHIRTS in cotton and prices $1.00 to $2.75. Come in-make comparison re quality, you will not be urged to buy. Where ate sold McKelvie Kirkham Block The "2" "TAILORS" AND MEN'S OUTFITTERS M' $ Mc Let ;