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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 23, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, Al'KII. 23, 1911 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY PACK FJVR Have Uon of lloallii Act us lo VamimlUm Fililur Herald I am sure ar? indebted to his inui'-jtiuns (nun llejllli Act JS.'l Urgulalions appi-aieii in your paper o' Tuesday rirninsi anil Ir'ist Hut they ivill be I'jreiuily reail by all as tin- Idler ol jiiv fiiei.il "Mfditus" was. lanlly any belter evidence couhl be j l.irwarU' as to the reasonableness i o! tin- rrovincial Hoard this point Ihtie cslracls. In the firil place it will be iiolrd thai they have ticcn easy those people liv- in-.- in inral disiiicls vhu arc nbl so to be cspouil to danger and who h.v.i- dii'K-ultv in cumplyii'S lvil" tljp la'.v. liy ol Jislanrc froin li-.eiiical wen, thus avoiding a loiuiuon praciuc in man-mado laus of is'iiniT'lhe. iniimssible. '.u the'second plait-, they have, lak- en CACC U. he sure tiiai no harm i be done hy subletting cliildren. win. in good faith, be. puny or in in- different oeallh. lo Ihc procedure by postponing it on Ihe teitifitatc "I a iliiiilified physlciau that -.lie is Hi-.i in ruliiliUon tu suhniil to it! 'I'li.'se exceptions bring noted, it vill.lic re.idily seen that the law is in' all fairness must lie a coin-! Iii'lsory applying pnrticnUriv in 1 'and (owns ijlu-rc danger is Ifcc greatest atd dcmimslralins by (his ihe fact tliat il is IrainfJ lor Ibe- jiroleclion ol the community anil not for the purpose ol putting burdens upon ir. A second matter I would lite to tririft to your notice and thtu is the .question .whether, nntler his license to prActicc Osteopathy, fir. .Mason, who gaie tl-.r certificate that has causcil all Ihe Irunblr, is enlitled lo Riyc the certifii-alts required under Ilic Wet. if he had not demonstrated thai ''iliul ilonster" before he "re-iiam- td" "Mediciis': had previously borne the nnmp "Mason" I mifihl not have fell free to it in the public print, but as It may contain a solu- tion en" Hie problem, I he; to submit .these facts. The Oslcopalhs at preiral.' practic- ing in Altierla v.-eie mil given tlie'.r licenses by examination but iiy an of t lie l.cgislaturj and the same Ret niaiiC jirovision lor li'.e' Senale bi It'ie rriiversity'i'jl AlUerla to airangt, subjects lor anil Biniuations'for. any luture aspiranls. In pursuance ol 'these powers a committee of the Senate-ir.et rcpro- penlalives oE Ihe CMcopalbs to con- Jer upon the matter and il was there definitely .stated that "they treated 'disease by manipulative measures on- ly and did not prescrihc drugs of .any iiind." When this report was made Ihe was assert, "What about: inn as an example. To this the mem- bers ol tiic committee replied thai evidently included in the .Vmv, sir, if Dr. 'Mason has bren truly represented by. tlie men who professed to tenrfscnl him, l.c is quite ignorant ol the principles ami r.r.U'licc ol Krruin-Tlierapy and, as .vacciiKilion small-pox was 'tke firs! iinuiuiiiziiiE 'serum ever nstil, ;thrri-iore oi anil vactination iii.il Vinous OTilj" as'much about them us Ihe man in th; slrcel. il reasonable Iheiefore, or a ci-rlilicnte- is (u t.e as valid u'neii signed hy is by his cckcntion incomrielent I tij Turin a jiitizr.ient upon mat-1 ter? in lie" of these roiik-ntions and llic facl thai this Is a new in this nruiirtc. I tif-lifve il lo he Ilic duly ul the. .school hoard lo lor a decision upon ihe ques- tion by Ihc supreme ro'Ji't which I am .-isurrd liy judges ol lhal courl t.. the proper inlerprcler nf Ihe, Acls of Ihe l.egi.iiatnre ami in this tt'jy tl.ry would justify Ihe loyally ol Hie pnblii- in (n Ihc rr.-nuve with- iSelay a s-onric of from I niulej-.sUinci Ihe fust prorcdurc THIS IS STRICTLY THE SEASON'S MOST and Definite On Hundreds oi Women's and Misses' All Garments Correct in Mode, fine in Materials and admirable in workmanship-Fully up to stand- ard in every particular. UNLOADING cuts most deeply Mo cost prices. Most of these lots are clearance items, too limited in quantities to give description, but being all seasonable garments, for Eight Days only, starting Friday, 9 a. m. SUITS Which were 10 This gather-up includes some, of Ihc most desirable suits from our regular slock at unmatched ed shades and materials; while they last SUITS In Ibis assemblage he found Ilic must comprehensive selection, of att- ''tlicnlie, spring styles you can desire.