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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LErHBBIPqigfPApY gERALD Spring Millinery Opening We beg to announce that our Millinery Opening will taW place Thursday, February 27th _ We are showing a most complete line of all the latest models .L& J.McLEAY |i^v|;iue- Phone 1354 MILADI EDITED BY "INO" PHONES OffiCB 1824 Res. 111� CongMiig-'Scattets germs flfttnedainottOUs membranes and & jaMrt^W apt patrjf. | ' MfttHfett'aS' Cod'livetO Jl prompUy Stops ' la Ita Ionic ]^1MS-Hes, effects popttktity ^ o� Mathien's ^yrttp of Tat >ftnd Cod Livfepnls SpeclWly/ dtw to its gre*,^ value as a peftdsttJht Itthjf and bton-Shialfaaftle*. . ' hM^ ^^'^ ' Shffbrooltc, P^Q. ..... Medical JrofossiQjir , ] Was |Hf^ Ifekw 7 (Cyttaupli ^|lfiiftgntiiiag�K-  Hdh^Ijr. JR/ 'Eni nef'son said, th&t he ., objeoieil Jtff -jtU^.j^blU because it would i' oons!a(|itiB|aili|i^Verference with the liberty 61 the patient to choose tUo -'form of treatment* desired. ' The dil- ferent kinds of gractice'. apart from � thi't' recognized byt-thc^Tillopsithsl;'he said, covered a very wide field, and \ terfero -Witli other praotlcfis would be ' to take a.j>luJJa^fin'the];(laj:t. It the bill became'a law it would'njSan reconstruction of � the'effect" d^lbie.D07 !^mimpn:il,egislatioa. The:, association iioAvjn'.any.ptoviniCe againi5Vaiiiy'*pep-plp- :Whos6^:;,ijiethod^ of /treating'^"�ihfey' �qottld'not i^ee., JHe sald^it lyas- de^algn-ed.fto crejite a centrixl^fund/'fot'-'-tlie Premief ^tfton , . ReMalmSlandeK willing to accept amendments in conformity With the suggestion made by the'Previous-speaker. Dr. Steele, of South Perth, strong-. Iv defended the measure, declaring that.the ;men who are seeking the measure stood for what was right, and there was no right given to the association which every member did not have. He thought it would help to b'tamp' out. a breakout of, illegal and criminal practice. Donald Sutherland, of South Ox-for, siaid there were others to he considered besides Medical people,'' for there was not a member in the house but could recall instances of malpractice or.bswi practice by which some one had- suffered all his life afterward, and he thought this bill tended to, protect th6 doctors too much for who did decide whether practice was just oifinjlist. Mr. � ICnowles, of Moose Jaw, had some radical opinions on the medical profession. He said what they needed Was not more privileges, but stricter When the anchors that faitU had cast Are draBSing.ln the gale, I am (jul�t!y holding fast To the things that cannot fail; I know that right Is right, That It is not good to lie; That- love Is better than spite, And a neighbor than a spy. That- the rulers must, obey, That the givers shall decrease; That beauty lights the way B*orthe beautiful feet of peace. In the darkest night 'of the year, When the stars have all gone out. Thai courage is better than doubt. Ana nerco though the flght And long though the angels hide, I know that Truth and Right Have the universe on their side. -Washington Gladden. The Miasms �iBarman, NJntii stro&t, are entertaining on Wednesday evening. .,����� � * Mrs.-Ji -B, .Robs Is- expected home from a trip, to the, middle states at the end of the week.  '  Dr. and Mrs. Rose, of Glelchen, will arrive at the end of .the week to visit with Mr; and,.Mrs., C. P. P. Cony-beare, Riverview, others of the series. Excellent music and a tine floor combined to make dancing particularly pleasant for the one hundred and fifty guests present. Supper waE served at the midnight hour, after which dancing was again in order, until a late hour. The committee to whose efforts much of the success of the affair was due, included Mrs. James, Mrs. Anderson, {'Mrs. ( 6i!nS)iatlo.'.' ;.; Bliifttfir^ltteijilg^itod.'; i^Mid-ntitife : , .tributsastotf/l^^^n:'the^^Calearya^HWi aJd 01* : BaiiatB,rt&ii^�aVt�i�;lncf^^^ waysR; :v lf'S;4pi�i�liyr,inrenUon^^ ' :Cpi':f.0f';d%h6lliEy!':t||at' he' U''bflv::iii^^ .  Jn t^t-y4r�tad*jl�eemlA8;;Pr6d>l�r bf,, d%n&t;il!?^ " �;, ot:-'tp::;itotilU|?rftK%y/^:t^^ ftha^lSfle^Jttto^^Mh!?^^ not 'Within. ��7e^l>%4^^Ms�r^^^^^ that' ,R.,5:.SJ'ljatte^,riJi^t?.,of .h�8, Bpeeoh. and ;|I(tlt?n, -g^d iiaW5S|lp;g=0ihe liid" :repeive.di,ia-petition, ifrdjni^^^a^ sage,, of: Lthe ;:legiBl4t;ein.,v i|le said', thfe' bill .aBBfiaredftq^id|r(?t^e^ number x?�ipeopi�L3J�ho..h�l.m�^^^ in^'this' .form ,6t,i tr9JljtIne�nt,^l^y^IQ^^,Bo.� ,hei,had,,beeibjabls t-toJ-ascetteii^ is 'lioi;- tho jEl\findB c of' tiho':j pisdlcalrjirofesion ^o6 ftiioh .p6%er: foj:v"^^^^ 'ltfactltittnBr,,:ift�THiifiit^^ of.other,-fli30Ple.'.Thptenaenoj;.oi.i ""ujuiu their work right ,;^ill was monopolis'tjc and shppld |ipt>oE this bill was to-make th6"debtor be.j.,allawcd rtp pass,,ijt i^k'ptcsent feel that he had a big'poWer.-of the: :bodj^ behind hnn in whatever'he did.-jTii^te-w'^'sd'^roiicfl catMfess ^-'a^^^^^ gal P.taciifife,. .tliiit it was ;ifaturai fbtj jitlip 14jTnan-'ta'w6'ndBr--if 'niainy of-ithe doctors wete not, fakirs. He,-feared. Mat; 'Ith^'irl i'.aissSiJ^fetiniei; care-je|s.;'-'ldiagp6s^^^^ \ihikt^^^pt 'p^^; iioctpr*^'''Who> might''':jvant' j*Pr g;c't.i-iii(^:,a,.,rp^^ Corner .thing ot.,tBfetKihd;,_and':' *lio � wMd ;'.^be-fQpr.and .be-fuddife''' tfi^'persoi placed'fe'hiS'jMndsf;-;,^^^^ Mr. and Mrs. H.,B;, Hill have moved into their handsome, new home on the corner of Seventh avenue and Eleventh street. Mrs. Wllbor. Heslop. has as her-guest her father, Mr. Joseph Christie, of Calgary, who will remain a week. Mrs. J. R.!Anderson and daughter, Jean, who were visiting in Winnipeg ia ,'e joined Mr. Anderson at Medicine Hat, where-they will roside in future. >�  -.� Mrs. Lombard and Miss .Stella Lom^ bard are mo,ving at. the end of "the !week into tte'libme.of Mr. and Mrs. if. iUee Johnson, Fourth avenue, which they will, occupy .dui;lng the latter's stay on their iinQ|,. , Miss- Blsie Dixon, who has been spending.the winter'with Mr. and Mrs. J. O.. Wilson,. leaves^ on Monday for iVancouvor, on an|fl^fended visit before .returning-, ^tq.hgr home in Dun-Idas,.Ontario. . be taken to a doCtqr, and if takeni� a second doctor "h^^ Will chargefyoU extra fot liiding Vnat the first has done," said Mr. KnftwleS. He thoughti it was up to the.msadical .mentqusCj rains' to wipe ' out' this,'spot^ unable^iJ-cure. W^^OWf w^^^^^^ ^ ee^ t4in malady, had called in An osteopath wlio'hiid''''cured .heri.Wit^^^^^ had been remonstrated- with by Ms tellotir iJiiotitloriers: ." ' Hdn.'^ J.^D.-Haaen- said' tbe'passage orthe'b'ill 'Would'ndt give, ,to^ the nibdicdl,'Drofeas on %ny ^ powers' that; It" doB^'not ifiste-fes at "thfe present - ' X D'octdt'g' Viey ^ " ^ ' kr.'dhahot safdfHhat'tliB ^edical pi;ptession haci'rioMsstrj. wha|y4r-to The medical mfen* ^*erc dom| ^ work^for the V.fovl^o}^bj^^-lf^:^ profession. ^v^'^^l,*.'-'' � Pr. Chahot repe%W that tlje, medical prOfBBBioa .had n'B 'jaeike jto,'ia|8f-fero^,with^ tlgUs oI,tttUOTs, a^j he announced that*,ye'\SrouU''be ftUita, ' HUNrfeOS ARE SUfFBRjNfS'W.TH KIDNEY\TROUBliE^^NP, " ^ J^^T,J^^r^y*|^r ^B^ACKACHE. BLADDER DISORDER,;^?; amahg�.i^>�rcV4/B"tVday^ t^ Mo'ra' ifaioPtaW si alTthe**pol8onouB waste matter and iiric acid that lo,d�6S in the';; Joints ajftd muBelw, B^UBtng rli�i-; .ma'tlsm; soojthes arid hBBls.^JH (.^ladder and ntf falls tqWt '"aw^^ their brains from th^ir' protesston. V The debate ,was continued by F,>: Nickle, Kingston ; Hon. H. K: 'Eih~ weraon, Dr. Edwards, of Prontenao;' ja,nd others. :^Ir, Mickle suggested' that I'the statement of the; lassociation's x�b^; ieb.t;'sTiou^id be; limited-to iiient .of 'hohdrible pracliice : or ' th^^^^ 'the word'"ill�?gal" be'substituted^oif ;"unautlio]fi'zcd" practice to, be'*"-'siip-r prfessed. ' ' :� :H^n.: Mt,; ;Etnmcrspnv ,:charged,rth^^ association as a great Dominion' cosi^' bin-e;and;.Ma;work' for the great';-'dis;5 advantage; of the people' of :GkiiaaB.v'? ;, briT Edwards deferidcdVthe bill.*"**" ;^ ;pr,.Th6mpsoii,.ofv Yukon; 'sajd. that' iinder: :,the ;bylaws of' .the assabijttion::' .ipel'secbnd: executive 'tawa' as; has been statcdi �^ 'piemtoer .for Moose. Jaw, "and .said,-tiifajlj-'( Mb] migdicali J^rpf |t!a\ds..�3''lu|lij$ J?;?, .any,' gthisr^protession-, i'nv't}iftt',-/lj0A; The Ladies' Aid of the First Baptist ohurch will meet at three o'clock tomorrow afternoon with Mrs. A. C, Watson, 1232, Sixth Av�. A,   s The Ladies Gotta Society of St. Paul's First Lutheran churcli will meeit with the Misses Gunderson, 718 Third avenue, on Thursday afternoon from two to five. .......    The Daughters and Maids of Enig-land will meet on Wednesday evening in the .S. 0. B. hall, when Mr. Robins, district deputy of the Sons of England, will Instal the newly appointed officers. Lenten service will be held by St. Paul's First Lufheran church at the home of Rev. C; Grant, 1509, Sixth Avenue S., on Wednesday evening, when 'the subject of the address will be 'The Fourth-Word from the Cross." ..... ���* A- program , of very high standard was put on last eivening by the A. Y. P. A., of St. Cyprian's church, when the time was deVoted to the life and works of Lord T&nnyson. The feature of the evening was the bright, interesting paper on the "Life of Lord Tennyson," by Mrs. Bernard Rhodes. . '.: ; Expressive readings of Tennyson's poem^s were giveh-by Rev.-Canon Me-Mllien, and'Mr, -Jones, while Mr. Jaeksdii recited f'The Oiiarge of Bala^ olava" excepilonally well. " Tlie 8bldi"but dd. the Deep" by Mr. RhodesvandV the ti'io '-'Crossing the Bar,V by Mrs. Morgan, Mr. Striker and Mr, Waddlngton, were very good. ; Master Gordon iAnderson, tlie little 'son-of Mr. and, l^rp.,X. R. AndersonV ,'iB staying, with JfrJ^'^nd Mrs. G. E. Fleming in ofde^'\''fp^^ttend schooK iThe-overcrowded epiMffifett of the'Med-;;lcin6::Hat.schools *^}iyented, Oprdoh I attending . school -ther^t at present Mr. J. B. Renter-leffciast night,fpr, |�Salem, Ont., on receipt, of a ivlre pstating .:ithat .his ^jnother^ had .passed 'away at, noonyesterday.. Mr. Reuter *ecely?dfa letter, yesffrtfay c6!itain-|ln^;iffiiei;j|rs mother's iiiriei^s, ^and-a telegram four o'clock oonveyfed the news ofP^-'h^er, death. ' Sincere sympathy ' is 'expended Mr,' and Mrs. Renter by their many friends iiin-their ,hbiir of berie'nviS.te An Opportunity For You to Have an Up-to-Date FILTRATION PLANT In Your Own Home The agitation for the establishment of a Filtration plant goes on apace, but Filtration plants cannot be built in a day and in the meantime the majority of our citizens are complaining bitterly about the present water supply. IMMEDIATE RELIEF IS AT HAND slack & Brownlow's Improved English Filters remove Qulckljr and effectually All impurities. Our Spring supply has Just come to hand.' Read of the deacripttonB and of the reaBonable prices at which we are offering them. I i Gal. Fitter Made of durable stone-ware with one candle shape Filter Stone, suitable for small fam-, %oT:......... 2^ Gal Filter �': ' Slnlliar in style to the above, and are fitted' with two large or three small Filter Stones. Prices $5.00 and $6.50 3 Gal size ... .$7;50 4 Gal. size :: $10.00 Filters With Ice Chambers These are made in similar style to the others, only In. addition they have a pyllnd-rical ice chamber, which ensures not only pure wat�r, but also keeps the -water cpol and fresh, so tnat you may have a pure and cool glaaa of wattfr even on the hottest day in summer. 3 Gal. size ... $8.50 4 Gal. size .. $11.00 Try Harris's Wilfshire Bacon for To-morrow's Breakfast A trifle higher in price per pound, than dther kinds,, but Is more econ^lcli as there is no waste and therefore goes ^Qj.. further. Per pound........................ Hudson's Bay Stores How to Make iBven,thougJA- the thermometer does-regl'ster rather low, Miiadl .-will- bayc; amoppoftuhlty; of selecting her spring ';bbaiet.;thl8 week,- for wfriiotlce that' ,BBy.eral\'of :the local millinery parlors'. ,to�&imn^ thel j^: milllSpfy �; open--49gsV('t^pBe;iprerunners::p^^^^^ -^Thursday of this w^ek. i'No^ doubt-the �ladi^S'-: of -, the city wiji} :.turn' out In �large;; ^vmbers,. as It is .a.lmost, impos-s|pp^ito'resist the, tpm'pfa.Upn';to'-yjewi theiaatest in fashion's .decree, and ^�he; :Hfyinji^ -M''' proceflB ''^Ijlj;'-;. go merrily 9h :. ........ .. . - J. ,-:The' i\.udl'torlum 'Club -d8(nce, which' i.-wlas held-In the K. of' P;-4i'aUi last even* |i^^|rt>ypd.q ;PJ.xteen^-^iii eallily .Bft'Diade at honie. You will find cough, mor-ej;flUlckly, usually ending Jl tnslfle or.Zi .houra, Excellent, too', for. croup;- -whoopingr .cough, sore lungs, nai' thmft, ,hoai's9ne8s;anii-�>tTiet' throat-trbu-�bles. �. .�,:';-:. r:.. / . .MJxj.twp onp� of,granulated sugar wltli -one^cup of warm water, and stir for two ;�mnulesi,i Put 2V& .cunCBS of BlneJc (fltly^ cents'i,worth) in,a 16-ounoB bottle, then. �add-;the. Sugar Syrup. It Keeps �perfoot-: ly..- OJake a teaspoonfuli every one, two OT.:-thrBe hours. ,',:..  - i  ,:L. . ,i ,-,.Thl8:�l8.;:�'?.-,v,^,'-'�;�;..:.',-,' Rev. Canon sMckilien;; win give an address on "Morwan4 ! Girls'" a-s adopted by.: FrttnolB v|3i: Wli-Mard,'"--- ^';-:-: , :-;";,!:-. i)'*?;*:-�.;'>:;�:;�;:-'-� -Mrs, Taylor was ^nthuBedvwith� a LthoroMgh knowledfee. of hej-'i*. iubiect arid- Bucoeeded ih; impai:-'(-'�/'*��'' Buy the Best *^hen you buy^tal^ie^ "SilPtrTlatiihatWMn" quality an^l beiiutj^.of' .1 dbs^Pjarebothusitri^^, ron^eifwl poptri? ..... com- �fhe Hospital: Aid society; met^TfUh Mrs. H. Gt. Clarke yesterday^ afternoon whpn much sev^ing waa'accompUsJied. Ijnportant bualneaa t wab -.t^ans^cted on March 28ih. the follo'wing mlttees being appointed: Fl6pr-:rMr8. 0. f! P. Conybeare and � Mrs, TiUey. ^ , ' y RefraBhmen!t-;r7MrB^ F.. ^W^at. J  ra;iok^t-4iJ8.' p. ;P-iU i DecoDatlon-Mrs'. H. G. '0f?,v3^, 's Progrj^mT^Mrtf. F. E. m^^jlkfL'^^ MlBB Dow;ner. . The pktrbnesaes of the ball wilLbe>, ; the president of t'..|,^;i have the T^slderits, of lhe\to , throughout ttfe Bouth,.which iB^serve . by the''Gait ttowltal, aSBlst them,l�xN-^g purohairtp'g tlo|etB4or the^dance, . Alyttt .Brown'ind'JJrB. Jphn-^ant'" Were'sm^ at'a level crossing; ,n�f^ Oardinal Byih? Grand Trunk ll^^"'"' from.l^pntreal,. wW�?l Mt-M^JT'r Important buaineaa t �was. wawiti-vo" n uw .it"'"w�-� ^ . in connection with the hall.;tb^^>.;beiaI wbei^ the horfte balked bn|he^tr| MB I.* i RESPONSE mi FOR fOfflS; London, Feb.- 24.-The apathy. �hewn this week in the-matter o� rairing^a fund if of the benefit .of the f^J^ ,M^'A^i' tbos^ whp;p�Tished in J;ha^S^tt^.A|te alotio exppdltjon hte bef�.*^il0i^A| short ol H(&arltable; .*) * ' ittfDi. Curzott has. 8h,own.^tbai; the; Ugatl^na ln