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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTHUBIDGE DAILY 11EKALD Tuesday, January 14, Thousands Have Been Helped By Common Sense "Women suffering' from any form of fe- male ills arc invited to communicate promptly with tho woman's privatecorre- BnomJence department of the Lydia E. Pinkham M c did no Co., Lyua, Muss. Your Jettor will be opened, read answered by a woman and held in strict A woman can freoly talk of tar private illness to a woman; thus has established a confidential corre- which has extended over many years and which has never been broken. Never have they published a testimonies or used a letter without the written consent the writer, and never Urn Company allowed those confiden- tial Utters to pet out of their pctatmaivti, as the hundreds of thousands of them in their files will attest Out of the vast volume of experience which they O.raw from, it is more than possible that they possess the very knowledge needad in your case. Noth- ing is in return except your good will, and their advice baa helped thou- sands. any woman, rich or poor, ehoufd bo glad to take advantage of this ganetotw offer of assistance. Ad- to wasty for the lack of proper care. One of thc most serious problems which con- fronts citizens the case of boys between thy ages of fifteen and seven- teen years of age. These hoys must tiealt 'with and also the problem of i dealing with the girls. The conditions under which some sirls are placed at times requires the closest attention. For instance, during the past year some two hundred and fifty girls were dealt with by the department. These girls would have been normal under proper care, bin unfortunately abnor- mal conditions crept lives and the result was anything but satis. factory. It was necessary to set up a high standard of citizenship. Work of Children's Aid Mr. Cluidivick had come to Leth- bridge for thc sole purpose of jorirJug a Children's Aid Society in order that the boys and girls might be well taken of and made to become good citizens. When it comes to the ques- tion of helping the child sonic people, get their feet set anil refuse to hudge one way or another. If child life is worth anything then it is uj> to people CANDIDAS Priiu-ipK.1 Hodgson was ap- poiiUtHl soa-i'tary pro teni, ;UUlr i> motion by J. !i. Flrotwood to the eiiect thai a ('liiUlrou's Aid Society bo formal unanimously putted. Officers Elected Previous to the election of ofllcers in jwswt'r to :i question Mr. ChadwirU stated It was desirable that best iHH'plo In the community should IM enlisted to with the j 'worli curried on by the chief of matron, probation officer iiiid others. The following the offic- ers elccifd: First Vice Mrs. G. W. Robinson. Second Vice H. A. McKHlou. Treasurer Principal llodgsou. Secretary A. J. Irving. Hen. Solicitor L. .V. Johnston. U was daeided to niipolut u, council Yesterday was Municipal Nom- ination Day Throughout British Columbia comprising five l and five gentle- Fertile, B.C., Jst. Only two mayoralty cumlUIaU's hail filed their nominations whe'i the hour for cloy- ing arrived today. These wrru J. Gates, proprietor of the Kins ICdward Hotel, ami 0. 10. Lyons, who has a real estate and insurance business here. In the last issue of the local wct-ky papers, J, A. liroloy asked thc electors for their support, but a men to act in conjunction with the otHcers of the society. In order to have the council as representative as possible U wa.-t agreed to leave this lointment in the hands of the ex- ecutive. The following committee was appointed to consider the bylaws find report cu sumo ;it a subsequent meet- j ins the society, namely; J. H. Flet-i- .wood, Principal Hodgson j f School Inspector Morgan and L. M. Johnston. Before the close of the meeting MT. Chadwick urged upon the audience tho necessity for developing the work of the society, tbo basic principle of which was the training of the child in becoming a useful member of the society. A Criticism Mr. Chadwick criticized the present location of the Detention Home which In ill's opinion was not a desirable lo- cation inasmuch as it was unsanitary. He hoped means would be taken in the immediate future to fltid a location where room could be found for the children to play outdoors. Mayor Speaks Mayor Hardie gave his experiences affecting the child problem as be knew U in the on the north end of the city. Taking everything days ago ho went to' Retina, expect- ing to return today in time to sign his nomination paper. A train block- ado In Alberta prevented this, and he will not be in the rar Aspirants for aldsrmantc honors are: William W. Brown, Samuel Gra- ham, w. J. Morrison, William liobl: chaud, W. II. Dickon, William Jack- json, L. E. McDonald, Alex. Rhzuto, Thomas Uphill and P. V. Whelan. The first fottr of these gentlemen sat in last year's council, and are seeking re-election. A meeting will he beid tonight, at nhicti the public will bo Informed ns to what each man's Idea ot civic gov- ernment arc. and the Issues of the campaign will he discussed. Th'ey're Off at Cranbrook Cranbrook, Jan. Nominations took place today at Cranbruok, as fol- lows: For Mayor A, C. Bowness, W. S. Santo. to do something for It. In the United j 'nto consideration it was surprising public galleries: crowded with eager listeners, the third session of the 13th legislature oi Manitoba was op- ened tonight, when Orok, the new member for Le Pas, after being introduced! moved the address in re- ply to the speech from the throne. Orok dealt with the possisili- tips ot the vast constituency wliich lie represents, and the tremendous ad- vantages which will accrue from the j up c' the province with the j naw Hudson's Hay railway. Albert IJrefontainet M.P.P. for Car- illon, seconded the address, ami ai- terwards T. C'. N'orns, the opposition leader, in the Address from llirone, said it was remark- able for what it omitted than ior what it mentioned. After dealing with the Hudson's Bay railway proposal .and the com- j pulsory school question he attached the on conduct of the McDonald elections and the legal pro- ceedings which followed, I Premier Roblin in moving the ad- journment of the house, stated that he "wGuld satisfy the house, States the report has just been made tlmt sixty per osnt. of the people con- fined in jail are mental defectives and that if these had been taken care of when they were children 'they 'would have become normal citizens. Mr. Chadv.'iek concluded, his remarks, by to him that there were as many good children in evidence in that locality. Some of Those Present Among others who attended the meeting were Rev, A. G. Came-ron, Rev. T. P. Pecry, A. J. Irving. Softool Inspector Morgan Chief of Police Davis, Sergt. Detective Kronfng, W. urging those present to form a Child- ren's Aid Society. Object sr Society Rev. MeMIUen briefly ex- plained the objects of the society, which was designed to look after the hand and took a keen interest in the welfare of neglected and delinquent, proceedings. A. Hamilton, Director Builey ot the Manual Training School, H. A. Mc- Killop, Dr, Mason and Probation offic- er Lamb. A large number of thd ladies oC the W. C. T. U. were also on the people of Manitoba and the peo- Kingston, Cat. diate action is necessary to secure an elevator tor the next crop. The stork visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. "Nat." Mclntyre on Jan. 10, and left a Baby girl. A baby hoy was born at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Bergcmap T Jan. 2nd. It won't he very long before Gran- um faces a water famine, as many of the wells in "town are going dry. A. McCnlliim was awarded the con- tract ot digging the gas line from- Granum, Jan. i3.-John Daisy, pro- thc church up to "Cap- prietor of the Alberta, hotel, left last H'11 work was started to- week on a trip to his old home in a' e was on Saturday GAS PiPE LINE FROZE FOR EXPEN- SIVE HORSE pie of Canada of the baseless nature of the charges laid by the opposi- IntrGductloa The Home A bcaatifal hail makes the firetimni to? the use ot one handsome shades of Smooth as as Stone The new decorative, durable, sanitar? finish for plaster or metal walls and ceil- ings and for tcfinisiWcs burlap. Eilkstor.e fates place of wall paper and kalscminfi belter because it may be thoroughly dcanstd and bnshtened by simply wash- ing walk with TOtrmmterand pure Oasttle Unot affected ty strati suited to Bath Room 5 for the G.KSTEPHENSS-CQ D VARNISH M; NIPEG.CANADA PAINT AND VARNISH MAKERS neson u Mr. Lingron, who has been in Webb's pool hali, the lucky ager of the local yards ot die Pioneer being 45. The tickets- were Lumber Co. for the last three or four from one to a hundred. The only cost the bolder -.5 cents. to set a good price for the i hlle OI Mc nix. cop in Alberta. He weighs 250 its., and is putting oE.more every day. years, is leaving Granum shortly lot the United "States. His successor has not yet been appointed. V Mrs. Axel Anderson paid Monarch' Oranum can boast of the heaviest visit this week. The service Hue for the gas leading Hank Cochlin's house iroze up last week. Much difficulty was experi- enced in blowing out the pipes. The local curling rink is all in read- iness, and some good games are promised for the season. E, Pearson, auditor for the Alberta Grain Co., was in town this week. The death oi'Mrs. Campbell, jnuth- er of C. Campbell, living ten miles east of here, occurred last Thursday. The deceased was buried On Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock, Jan. 11. i "Mack" McDonald, the much feared [collector for the I. H. C., left last j week ior Medicine Hat. Thos. Dean is on the list. "Chuck" Rave is laid up with la grippe. For Clapp, Gus Erlcfc- scn, George Leask, Rome Carr, J. F. Kennedy, J. w. Ward, Frank Cozcll, Harold Higginbotbajii, Malcolm Horlo, Fred Censai, Jos. B. Hall. Jos. SarviH. Six of this number to be elected. The first two were members of lust year's council. For School Mc- Kowan, Harry White, John Laurie, J Ft. Fink. Two to be elected. The first two were members ot last year's board. TKr'ie'ln Nelson Nelson, B.C., Jan. fcr Mayor, nominated today, are J. A. Irving, Alderman Herbert and Paul Nipou. Candidates for School Trustees are John Johnston, and Or. Annie Verth- Jonea. on the one tic- ket, and Harry" Amas, Fred Irvine and Dr. Newton Wolverton, In the east 'ward the aldermen on MT. firing's ticket aie Robert G. Joy and Thomas A. Lawsoni.and in the west ward and Henry Waters. Mr. Keefe's ticket in the east ward consists of John Bell and James Johnstone, and in the west ward, Ald- erman W. M, Cunliffe and Alderman P. J. Gleaner. Trades and labor council candidates are: East ward, John Rodvray; west ward, Aid. I. A. Austin. Independent candidates fur alder- men are: A. S. HcTSwlUand Edward Kerr, both in the east ward. !n Mining Districts Greenwood, B.C., Jan. year's mayoi1 and council 'were .re-el- ected by acclamation at Greenwood to- day. eserve! OO. 1 n btock r i: Your Own Price on Anything in the Store Sale Opens LEAVING LETHBRIDGE February 1st Read Bills For Full Particulars oston uotmers Next to Bentleys EXCELLENT START in one day. The Jesuit of the elec- tion was W. Ha.lgiicc elected by a majority. II. -Mc.Niabli, who was acclamation, is also one ot the members of his district, or. the side. II. Drtght will represent FIRST BUILDING PERMIT FOR YEAR WAS AN ADDED IN- DUSTRY by Did east the north eiul, being one o! the old hands. In the c.vtrenM north-east Mr. Stewart was elected hy acclamation. ;ers of the C'owlcy school district No. The tou'n assessor is busy or. the j 373, was held in the school IIOUEB cn the Monday. Thc financial statement pro- tier is to he lielti in the opera housa on Friday next. Pincher Creek or- chestra will he present. nrrswi'y's carload of stock lately purchased at the stock .show in Chicago, arrived thte week and the animals have been moved to Gtcn ranch. The animal meeting oi the tatcpay- looking over the west for locations, SAMIS' LAWYERS PICKED FATAL FLAWS IN THE PLAINTIFF'S BRIEF Calgary, Jan. 13. The slander suit brought by former Ald- erman Harry Minchen against Com- of missioncr Samis was thrown out James Blair, our local chicken king, court today by Justice Simmons __ sent a numher of birds to the poultry' account of the erroneous pleadings, show in Lethbridge last week and i The case is the outgrowth of a quar- rried away a Jot of prizes. rel on the floor oi the council when n. M. Lcy'dcn paid Calgary a- visit Minchin contsnded that Samis should last week to hurry up supplies for j not have hern elected because he had the city for power and j the gas consumers. He is local ag- I ent. Mr. MeTlermid, one ot our local (blacksir.'iths, met with a nasty acci- not paid light. Samis retorted that Minchin (should not sit in thc council because he had been elected through the the undesirable element. efforts of dent last wrek hv falling over a box 'in his back yard. He struck the ground with force he laid a j jgood slice ot his lip open, which BATTERED BUT SAFE quired four or live stitr-hps, I Browhead, Ireland, Jan. Mrs. J. Jafiray son Phil. leave steamer Snowden flange, about which months' there bas fcefcn great anxiety, passed here today in law of the steamer in Local Agents this week for a couple ot visit to the States. Wm. llellccut is laid op with ia I Welshman which picked her up grippe. the Atlantic 500 miles out. A farmers' meeting is to be held in j The- Snowden Range left Philadol- thc tov.-p. ball on Saturday, .Jan. 18. Phia on 23. She lOaL her The meeting is to consider the advis- I and was terribly battered by ability ot securing a Grain Growers storms. Grain Co.'s elevator. R. K. Peck, agent for the company, will to pres- ent to "M'-i any information needed on the subject. Hvcry farirur should be present at this meeting as imrae- Nominations at Grand Forks: Mayor C. it. Frlpp and Robert Caw. Aldermen East ward: F. Downey, W. K. C. Manly, J. A. Smith and T. A. Wright: west ward: E. C. Hennin- ger, F. Miller, sr.l Edward Taylor, H. E. Woodland and W. M Dinsmore. coal is again iised ior fuel. Whether School Donald McCallum, I the fault was in the installing or f. M. Kerby, J. A. MoCallum, G. T. j not, is not stated, but, it has beea being Macleod, ivljere they can all Southern Alberta and the Crows Nest Pass towns, with a. low freight rate, and short rims on the railways. The McNeill-Mathews block had the gas installed five weeks ago. It has hccn in use about three CQWLEY VILLAGE COUNCIL HAD II. weeks, and was removed Saturday, when the coal grates were replaced and FINANCES IN GOOD SHAPE NEW ORANGE LODGE Moir and R. W. Hughes. At Matheson was elected by acclamation. The follow- ing aldermen were also elected with- out a poll: A..D. McKenzie, George Rogers, James Marshall, T, Biner, M. Kane, W. Prendergast. Revelgtoke Candidates not, is not stajed. The Public school pital arc now using gas for fuel, the boards of both these buildings claim it is giving satistac- Cowley, -Tan. 13. The second and hos- daughter of Mr, and Mrs. John Mos- ..Mrs. Sihley, who is from China, where .she gtieve met with dent Saturday. three around her brother was ending wood. very painful acci- The child is but Expenditures Teachers' salary Officials' salary...; Debenture payment Paid notes at bank Building account ..j Repairing grounds Supplies Fuel and caretaking Insurance Balance on hand 800.50 115.00 620.75 22.00 36.10 71.50 120.70 327.5? fi.538.7S South America's largest telescope, having a 24-inch objective lens, will Revelstoke closed today, and are as follows: For Kllpatrlck, H. Manning. For 1: Guy Bair- ber, George Kimberley, H. J. AlcSor- ley and George D. Shaw; 'ward 2: W. R. Donaldson, R. Howson, H. F. Mc- Kinnon; ward 3: O. W. Abrahamson, F. H. Bourne, S. Needham. School W. B-rad-' shaw, E. Edwards, Arthur Johnson. hand on the block just r.P the axe n furlough Revelstoke, B.C.; Jan. nom- several years in the mission wor'k'ei was fallinK- The lifctic hoy could not inations for the civic elections at I ttie Methodist church will address sto1' lts downward fail am. the [our the W. C. T. U. in the MeUiortist fmSers were hud'.y. cut. The chihi church tiiis week on the subject of-, to Lumlbreck to medical her work in the foreign field. ?ld- Mlt st is thought she will lose Among the reports of the council -illcr She is doing nicely for the past year, the health and re-'j but suffer ing much pain, lief committee have not had a call! The dance in the opera house on for aid, and up to thc present tin Friday last held under the auspicas blank lias not been changed, which is of tho Local Farmers' Union, was a a very indication Ot the kind of decided success. The hall was crowd- population Macieod is made up of. Elections in tlie rural j ties created a great interest a.noiis; the farmers south of town. At Allen- field, Frank Stinson, W. J. Turner and W. Badgner were candidates. It was the largest of men ever scfiii ;n the school house, and per- haps the greatest amount of talking years old and was fooling j bo erected at Cordova, Argentina, by c six years, who the government of that republic. The girl placed _ __L MR. BURY IS TO VISIT IN JAPAN Winnipeg', Jan. to the usual procedure, the vice-president, George Bury, will not go to Montreal in connection with the C.P.H. western appropriations, but his place will Ivs taken by the general manager, Grant Hall. Owing to the arrangements which have now been made, Mr. Bury is going on a trip to Japan with Mrs. Bury, and as he Intends leaving al- most immediately, it "will be impossi- ble for him to go east. Under these circumstances thf west will bo repre- sented by Mr. Hall, in thr> conference with President, Sir Thomas Bhaughnessy. MT. and Mrs, Bury will be accom- panied by Sir. and Mrs. W. Alloway. They will go v.'a San Francisco, Cough, ing on a Japanese Because they act sft gantly (no purg-Ing or griping) yet so thoroughly are best for the children as well as the 25c. a box at your druggist's. National Drug mdChi-mitaf Co. of Ctnada.liin io its utmost capacity. The mu- sic was furnished by the Coleman ot- chestra, Mr, G-. Swift; travelling rep- resentative of the Grain Growers1 Grain Co., was present and during midnight recess he delivered a very able address on the merits o! his company. Mrs: E. IV. Bromley returned home Wednesday morning after spending the holiday season with in the land across the line. The school was reopened tins week i with Mr. CJ. Martin again in charge. Mr. and Mrs. W. Tl. Drewrj', vic- tims of last week's fire, have secured the temporary use of part of the old C. P. R. depot and will again set up hotisfifceepiiig. II. W. Pfitlit paid Colt-man a. busi- ness trip last week. A ir.7ctini; was held in Keen's t Wednesday evening (o affaire for tin organization of the Orange which is to take place hern on Wed- nesday, .Jan. The bail of thc f.O.O.I'', or- The Experienced Cook Says: "I usr A1 b e r ta's Best Baking' Powder be- ca use I know from actual' test that it never fails me." You, too, will find it invaluab 1 e. Alberta's Best is Baking Pow- der whole- some, dependable right in quality and .right in price. Ask your grocer tor it. ;