Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
TAG'SEIGHT THg T.RTHBR1DGE DAH.Y HERALD. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY ED.MO.NTONV-With money in the fcank and acres o( land to hla credit a farmer in Rocky Raplde, treated fimlly GO much like cattle that he has been fined in the JUTenilo court and his four children taken away from him bv the- government authorl- The children, rangiug frrm Beveu to 'fourteen yean of age, arc now in the children's shelter In >Mmonton, under the care ot the department ot neglect- ed children, aid their maintenance is being charged up to their father's ae- Jrit Get Out that Bottle of Sloan's Liniment and "Knock It WEREN'T prepared for thai quick switch iu temperature were you? Left you stiff, sore, rheumatic twinges? .You should have hail a bottle' of Klosn's Liniment would have soon cased up the- muscles, quiet- ed the jumpy, painful, affected penetrated without rubbing, bringing gratifying relief. Helpful in all attacks of lumbago, sciatica, external soreness, stiffness, aches, sprains. Gel a botlle ill your druggist's. 35c. 70, ?1.40. (Made in Canada.) Sloan's Keep it handy count Bray had also to pay a line ot ami costs for uejlect tuid Improp- er treatment of his children. will no-A- be required to atone for his In- humanity 'by monthly bills from the department on a much more generous scale than he has ever paid for hla'fimlly'a support. Home Wretched The caee'wes first reported to the department by oao ol the inspectors for the settlement board, wim learned of it In the courso of vrork In the Fallis district. On complaint being laid, the department ed, wUh the result that Magistrate "Whlto went tn Rocfcr Rapids and beid a session ot the juvenile court. Conditions at the Bray homestead ere found to be almost unbelievably bad. The house was wretchedly fur- the marts of penury and filth-were eYerywhere in evidence. The children were without stockings and-toots in the dead ot winter, and there was hardly a dish in the house, with only a meagre supply oC the ab- solutely' InJitpenwble cooking uten- Bils. Money and Mortgages It is commonly believed among the settlers ib tho district that Bray has In" the Imnfc. That ho has a bank account of quite respectable pro- portions Is known, at any rate, and !n the evidence given at lus trial It was brought.out that he was the owner of SOO acres of farm land, while he also held mortgages on two other farms. Bray has Eiuce come lo the city and has tried to Induce the department to let him have his children he has been told quite emphatically that they are now wards of the government and that since he bas been proved an improvident parent -B.cannot have tuenx Jn the meantime, however, he will keep on paying the bills out of hia' fairly' healthV bank account. The Great-West Life Assurance Company Condensed statements [or 1919 as announced at tie Annual Meeting, bold February. 3rd, 1320. New Easiness Issued Exceeding 1918 by Business in force............ Increaie In busintss Jn force Income (Premiums and Interest) Increase for the year................ Assets.................... fncrejie for the year................ Surplus Earned b 1919 (the larg- est in the Company's history) expense rate's we.ru again lowered in 1919, anil the Inter- est rale earned 7.0S per cent, excluding profits from securities sold. Including this item, the gross interest yield was 7.G8..ptr cent The.rate of mortality has [alien to 51 per cent, of tho the pre-war basis: These splendid results.have cna'oled the Company to make its yearly apportionment to pqllcyholdors on the usual generous scale. A 1920 RESULT Mfo 20 Payments. Age 35. Premium ?33.T5 'Policy issued in 1900. maturing in 1920 Total Cash Value available In 1920 JS94.00. Head Office Winnipeg. Establiihed 1892 fet: B. C. MEMBER DEAD VICTORIA, B.C., Keb. Mobley, member of the legislative assembly for Atlln, and one of best known raining men In lirllhh Colum- bia, died here this morning fol- tag en attack of Influenza. Ho was iu the city attending the BMsioa ot the legislature. Mr. was about 50 years of age- and came west from OIL- urto a number of years 'AKO. r XXIP EG, Keb. dele- gates to the Imperial Veterans' con- vention which opened hertj ioday with delegates present from Winnipeg, Hegttia and Vancouver, advocated that attempts should be made to gain rep- resentation in all civic a tut political bodies, because ot the difficulties ex- perienced at tho present time in hav- ing their demands recognized. Mayor C. F. Gray and Maj.-Cen. H. Ketchen, officer commanding Military District No. 10, officially welcomed the delegates. Gen. Ketcheu in opening the convention gave advice to the selection of leaders nnd lite upholding of tho traditional British spirit. Mayor Gray expressed tho hope that many ev-Ituperlal soldiers wouirj settle In Cauada and advised the delegates to prepare Ihc way for these men. It iras stated that the soldiers' civil re- establishment will become an Imperial organization for tho handling of Im- perial as well as Canadian ex-soldiers who arc residing in Canada. TOOMRPLANEIS PARIS, Academy" o! Scleuce .evidently considers comramii- cation between the- earth and the planets among the possibilities, it has n judie for s prize of 'francs to bn given (or the beat meam (or making tltos to a heavenly body and the receipt of a reply.. It has been custom of the academy always to refuse U> handle prUes (or 'any (eat which it onEldm a more waslo o( lime. In presenting the pre- sent prize for competition, the aca- demy makes tbo proviso that tho planet Mars Is being Included as suf- ficiently known. "Until a solution is says tho academy's auaouuccment, "tho in- terest o( the prlio money will (orm a prize (or scientist! rcakiue the great- est progress m knowledge of the planets and their relation to the earth." N1ROIII WILLTHISBE NEW OIL WELLS IN U. S. Drilled Last Year of Which 420 Were "Ousters" Dili CITY. Penna., Foh. spite of -unfavorable weather conditions during January wells com- pleted nnd new production aggregated bnrrels In the oil regions of tlie United Slates, according to the monthly review o( the-Derrick made public today. The production figures showed an increase of barrels more than the previous hign record of last November. Of the total nitmher of wells drilled, 420 were "dusters" and 147 produced gas. _ r.you had ft sore place.andhadto choose between two remedies, one of which went to the sore spot direct, and the other by a round-about vay, which would you pre- Undoubtedly, the one lat gets there direct! That Is just the people's prefertncr for for Imeflts of the throat, bronchial bes and lungs, get there rcctt because they are while remedies which are rail owed only go to the stomach Dissolve Peps in the month, nd the vapor which is liberated carried hy the breath direct to ic breathing passages and mln- te air 'cells of the lungs, dc- roylng all perms, and soothing, eallng, anil strengthening the cllcate membranes. Once you try Peps you will ever use any other remedy for ouffhs, colds, sore throat, bron- iltls, tightness across the chest, ight cough, laryngitis or asth- ma, AH dealers 56c. box. Is a good see About disposing of your PELTS and FURS A strong' market prevails at present. Qet our quantity. A. WYMAN CO. -DEALEHS IN HIDES, PELTS AND FURS PMONE.442' ADDRESS: 320 6th STREET S. P.O. BOX 5 H is hard lo keep tile chlldre from taking cold. They .will run out o doors nol properly to hard and become their feet Ihe bed clolhc off at nipht. There is nothing so (rood for child ren'3 coughs, colds, croup, whoopln, cougii or 'bronchitis (is 13r. Wood' Norway-Pino Syrup. It is so pleasan to tho taslc tho youngsters tnko without any fuss, and at the Earn time its promptness and offectivcncs in loosening Ihc phlegm, and Iiealln Ihe lungs and bronchial tubes an such lhat Ihe cottgh Is checked bsfor 'any serious trouble can rosslbly d( vclop. Mrs. Harold Mko i'loasan. X. hnve three children [the eldest eight years and the bab ten months old. They all had a ba cough. I of quite a few .person who had uaed Dr. Wood's Ryrun wllh good so got thrc lioltle.i, 1 atn glad I did fo as It is sure cure for'coushs and colds; A: horn Avhere there iiro chjldrcn should neve ho without It. 1 highly.recommend, to those who need a quick curs." Price 2Se and fiQc-nt'AU denier Manufactured only by the T. Mlllmr Co., Limited, Toroai.', the ssoclallo not Building and Construe- on Industries at. Ihe Chateau Laurier oday, on tho "Labor Clauses of the eeco Trealy and Ihe Washington Hon. N. W. liowell, pre- denl of the Privy Council, upheld the ctlou of tho government delegates Iu pprovlhg the convention relating to 10 eight-hour day and 48-hour week. These, he said, wero the standards et forth In tho peuco treaty and bef leadership uud in bis absence, the next1 senior privy council w5uld tafcc harge. The whole question of lead- ership of the Unionist party, however, come before a government CRU cus early in the session. Then also he policy of the party and Its future will no doubt be discussed. TEETH By P. MeGee, M.D.. D.D.S. INLAYS IN TEETH An inlay Is a filling that is made outsldo of the mouth and when finUh' ed is fastened in'the tooth cavity with a dental cement. The making of. in- lays is a rery ancient process .'Ml was a lost art (or many centuries. The Axtecs of old Mexico used a green stone Inlay in their teeth. The green was not used to Btop'Cavllles as we use Inlays hut was purely decor- ative. The Aztec nobility have fanciful designs .cut in their front teeth, probably tribal and marks on the order of our coat-of-arms, then the green stone was cleverly cut to fit the cavity and .cemented with n very dur- able transparent cement. The durabil- ity of these prehistoric inlays Is prov- ed by the fact that there are In exist- ence a number, of Aztec skulls with the greea stone still firmly In place. Inlays of porcelain were the first to be made rIn modern times. Por- celain was used because It can be made to closely, approximate the color and characteristics the natural teeth. .The process of making a'por- celaln inlay is very difficult hut the result Is so satisfactory that many are mado for fillings where gold ho objectionable.' _ The gold Inlay Is now Tery'Trld used. There are many ivays to make them, but .the object is the same that is to perfectly fill the cavity, to re- storo the original contour, and- to durable. Of these thlnil a (old does. The casting that Is required io matte a gold ii aa art of modem times. Gold Inlays are made remarkably and they are made outside ot the mouth, they are much lets painful than gild fill- (hat must be mallated- into .the tooth. Whether a good Inlay Is better for a'gold, fllllnf that is also good Is not yet decided. 1 would say that'either one is all right. In'the neighborhood ot one million dollars has been, paid .to. ex-soldiers out of work since the opening of tlie federal emergency appropriation, it was announced at Ottawa.. jDONT: ESllt H jwo troubled wkh achn; fed tired; have headadw. urine, you wiUfipd relief in COLDMEDAL Hnr, NxMer and uric add troabUa' and Matibwl of HofliM All diuttiau, 50c. a: box." sixteen years I have used Zam-Buk in my practice, and have always found the results from its appli- cation highly satisfactory. In-my opin- ion there is nothing to compare with it for skin roughness and irritation to chronic skin diseases. With- out a doubt, Zam-Buk has wonderful curative properties, and a patient requires such a remedy I always pre- scribe Zam-Buk." This letter of appreciation has just been received by the proprietors, of Zam-Buk A. P. Shipley, of Washington, D.C. The medical profes- sion is always slow to recommend a remedy, and the fact that many doctors now prescribe Zam-Buk, is one of the surest proofs of its superiority. Zam-Buk's superiority is due to its herbal composition. It is all medicine, with absolutely no animal fat, and is so blended, refined and concentrated that if contains the maximum genri-destroy- ing, soothing and hcalingpower. Owing to its absolute freedom from animal fat, Zam-Buk cannot become rancid, but will keep'indefinitely without losing any of its strength'or purity. While the 'healing power of Zam-Buk, and its power to penetrate to the root of skin disease is so great, yet its action is to mild, that it is the ideal preparation for the pirn pies, eruptions, and which so often occur amongst young Mothers agree that it is the best balm lor baby. should be hindy in every frame, for cuts, burns, scfUdi brulsei. EUiutlly food for ecumi, ritij- mili e j mtipdor HEAD OFFICE WINNIPEG, MAN. CARRUTHERS DEALERS AND. 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