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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 8 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Tuesday, January 14,191ft FREE ADVICE TO SICK WOMEN Thousands Have Been Helped By Common Sense Suggestions. TO HELP GIVE THE HELPLESS Women suffering from any form of female ills are invited to communicate promptly with the woman's private correspondence department of the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. Your letter will be opened, read and answered by a woman and held in strict confidence. A woman can freely talk of her private illness to a woman; thus has been established a confidential correspondence which has extended over many years and which has never been broken. Never have they published.a testimonial or used a letter without the written consent of the writer, and never has the Company allowed these confidential letters to get out of their possession, as the hundreds of thousands of them in their files will attest Out of the vast volume of experience which they have to draw from, it is more than possible that they possess the very knowledge needed in your case. Nothing is asked in return except your good will, and their advice has helped thousands. Surely any woman, rich or poor, should be glad to take advantage of this generous offer of assistance. Address Lydia E. Pink-ham Medicine Co., (confidential) Lynn, Mass. Every woman ought to have Lydia E. Pinkham's 80-page Text Book. It is not a book for general distribution, as it is too expensive. It is free and only obtainable by mail. Write for it today. FIGHT STARTS IN T. C. MORRIS LANDS QUITE HEAV-'"- 1LY AND ROBLIN .PROMISES VIGOROUS REPLY .' Winnipeg, Man., Jan. 13.-With the public galleries crowded with eager listeners, the third session of the 13-th legislature of Manitoba was opened tonight, when Dr. Qrok, the new member* for Le Pas, after being introduced, moved, the address'in reply to the speech from the throne. :^br. Orok dealt with the possibilities of the vast constituency wMcb fie represents, and the tremendous' advantages which will accrue from the linking up the province with the new Hudson's Bay railway. � Albert Prefonta'ine, M.P.P. for Carillon, seconded the address, and afterwards T. C. Norris, the opposition leader, in criticizing the address from the throne, said it was u!otp remarkable for what it omitted than for what it mentioned. ' After doaling with the Hudson's Bay railway proposals and the compulsory school question he attacked the government on the1 conduct of the McDonald elections and the legal proceedings which followed. ^Premier Roblin in moving the ad-'journiraent of the house, stated that tomorrow he would satisfy the house, {he people of Manitoba and the people of Canada of the bassless nature of the charges laid by the opposition. The Introduction to The Home A beantlfal hall makes the first impression of the home favorable. Nothing adda more to the beauty of the hall than the artistic decorationoi Its trails made possible by the use of one or more of the sixteen handsome shades of' "Smooth as Bilk-Hard as Stone' * The new decorative, durable, sanitary . finish for plaster or metal walls and ceilings and for rcfimshlorj burlap. Silkstone takes place of wall paper and kalsomlne y-n� belter because it mar be thoroughly cleansed and brightened by simply washing walls with warm water and pure Castile coap^-it is not affected by steam or moisture-especially suited to Bath Rooms, Kitchens, Dining Rooms and Bedrooms. :: i Sold by leading dealers. Write 1 today..!or free book of "Snggea* : . tiooa"-for paint users. /G.F.STEPHENS &CQ.22BB t .PAINT AND VARNISH MAKERS saw , �WlNNlPEG.CANADA i s" V7^s^s��l ' BRANCH AT CALGARY Local Agents CHILDREN CHANCE IN LIFE Branch of Children's Aid Society Has Been Organized in Lethbridge The formation of a Children's Aid Society in this city brought R. B. Chadwick, superintendent of Neglected Children of Edmonton, to the auditorium of the Central school last night. .Mayor Hardie occupied the chair and briefly introduced the speaker, who dealt with the prevention of crime as it affects children under 18 years of age. Mr. Chadwick at the outset of his nddTess stated that during the past year some twenty-seven different nationalities representing sixty-three different religions had come under the notice of his department. It was not easy to understand why so much valuable machinery should be allowed to go to waste for the lack of proper care. One of the most serious problems which confronts citizens was the case of boys between the ages of fifteen and seventeen years of age. These boys must its dealt 'with and also the pTCblem of dealing with the girls. The conditions under which some girls 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, but unfortunately abnormal conditions crept into,their lives and the result was anything but satisfactory. It was necessary to set up a high standard of citizenship. Work of Children's Aid Mr. Chadwick had come- to Lethbridge for the sole purpose erf forming a Children's Aid Society in order that the boys and grrls might be well taken care of and made to become good citizens. When it comes to the question of helping the child some people get their feet set and refuse to budge oue way or another. If child life is worth anything then it is up to people to do something for it. In the United States the report has just been made that sixty per cent, of the people confined 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. Chadwick concluded, his remarks by urging those present to form a Children's Aid Society. Objects of Society Rev. Canon McMillen briefly explained the objects of the society, which was designed to look after the welfare of neglected and delinquent children. Principal Hodgson was appointed secretary pro tern, after which a motion by .1. H. Fleetwood to the effect that a Children's Aid Society be formed was unanimously passed. Officers Elected Previous to the election of officers in answer to a question Mr. Chadwick stated that it was desirnble that the best people in the community should be enlisted to co-operate with the work being carried on by the chief of police matron, probation officer and others. The following were the officers elected: President-J. H. Fleetwood. First Vice-Mrs. G. W. Robinson. Second Vice-H. A. McKillop. Treasurer-Principal Hodgson. Secretary-A. J. Irving. Hon. Solicitor-h. M. Johnston. It was decided to appoint a council comprising five ladies and five gentlemen to act in conjunction with the officers of the society. In order to have the council as- representative as possible it was agreed to leave this appointment in the hands of the executive. The following committee was appointed to consider the bylaws and report on same at a subsequent meeL ing of the society, namely: J. II. Fleetwood, Principal Hodgson (chairman), School Inspector Morgan and k. M. Johnston. Before the close of the meeting Mr. Chadwick urged upon the audience the necessity for developing the work of the society, the 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 his opinion was not a desirable location inasmuch as it was unsanitary. He hoped means would be taken in the immediate future to find 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 he knew it in the neighborhood on the north end of the city. Taking everything into consideration it was surprising 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. Cameron, Rev. T. P. Per,ry, A. J. Irving, School Inspector Morgan . Chief of Police Davis, Sergt. Detective. Kroning, W. A. Hamilton, Director Bailey of the Manual Training School, H. A. McKillop, Dr. Mason and Probation; offiej er Lamb. A large number of the ladies of the W. C. T. U. were also onj hand and took a keen interest in the proceedings. WAN! CIVIC Yesterday was Municipal Nomination Day Throughout British Columbia ELATE GAS PIPE LINE FROZE UP-STOi.. BUSY-RAFFLE FOR EXPENSIVE HORSE diate action is necessary to secure an elevator for the next crop. The stork visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. "Nat." Mclntyre on Jan. 10, and left" a baby girl. ' A baby boy was born at'the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Bergeman on Jan. 2nd. It won't be very long before Gran-um faces a water famine, as many of the wells in'town are going dry. A. McCallum was awarded the contract of digging the gas line from-the I'resbyterian church up to "Capital Hill". The work was started to- can cop in Alberta. He weighs - 250 lbs., and is putting on.more every day. Granum, Jan. 13.-John Daley, proprietor of the Alberta, hotel, left last week on a trip to his old home in, Kingston, Ont. I . horse �as raffled on Saturday Mr. Lingron, who has been man-'m�h* in Webb's pool hall, the lucky ager of the local yards of the Pioneer number being 45. The tickets were Lumber Co. for the last three ot four nuTbered from one to a hundred. The vears, is leaving Granum shortly for 5?rse onlv c�st the holder 45 cents, the United States. His successor has .Te- oujrht to get a good price .for the not yet been appointed. - � , j hl�e of **e "east-otherwise nix.' Mrs. Axel Anderson paid Monarch1 Granum can boast of the heaviest a visit this week. The service line for the gas leading into Hank Cochlin's house froze up last week. Mudh difficulty was experienced in blowing out the pipeS. The local curling rink is all in readiness, and some good games are promised for the season. E. Pearson, auditor^ for the Alberta Grain Co., was in town this week. . The death of'Mrs. Campbell, mother of C. Campbell, living ten miles east of here, occurred last Thursday. The deceased was buried 0n Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock, Jan. 11. "Mack" McDonald, the much feared collector for the I.: H. C, left last week for Medicine Hat. Thos. Dean is on the siclj list. "Chuck" Raye is laid up with la grippe. James Blair, our local chicken king, OUT SAMIS' LAWYERS PICKED FATAL FLAWS IN THE PLAINTIFF'S BRIEF Calgary, Jan. 13. - The $10,000 slander, suit brought by former Alderman Harry Minchen against Com-I missioner Samis was thrown out of I court today by Justice Simmons on T" Ttir^ro^heTouitrv1 account of the erroneous pleading. ^^""Lethbrld^ffast ^eeTanl | The case, is the outgrowth of_a ouar- carried away a lot of prizes. D. M. Ley den paid Calgary a visit last week to hurry up supplies for the gas consumers. He is local agent. Mr. McDermid, one of our local blackstr.'iths, met with a nasty accident last week by falling over a box in his back yard. He struck the ground with such force he laid a good slice of his lip open, which required four or five stitches. Mrs. .1. Jaflray and son Phil, leave this week for a couple of months' visit to the States. Wm. Hellecut is laid up with la grippe. j A farmers' meeting is to be held in j rel on the floor of the council when Minchin contended that Samis should not have been elected because he had not paid the city for power and light. Samis retorted that Minchin/should not sit in the council because he had been elected through the efforts of the undesirable element. Fernie, B.C.', Jan. 13.-Only two mayoralty candidates had filed their nominations when the hour for closing arrived today. These were J. L. Gates, proprietor of the King Edward Hotel, and C. E. Lyons, who has a real estate and insurance business here. In the last issue of the local wee-Ity papers, J. A. Broley asked the electors for their support, but a few days ago he "went to'Regina, expecting to return today in time to sign his nomination paper. A train blockade in Alberta prevented this, and he will not be in the race. Aspirants for aldermanic honors are: William W. Brown, Samuel Graham, W. J. J. Morrison, William Robi: chaud; W. M. Dicken, William Jackson, L. E. McDonald, Alex. Rizzuto, Thomas Uphill and P. V. Whelan. The first four of these gentlemen sat in laat year's council, and are seeking re-election. A meeting will be held tonight, at which the public will be informed as to what each man's idea of civic government are, and the issues of the campaign will be discussed. They're Off at Cranbrook Cranbrook, Jan. 13.-Nominations took place today at Cranbrook, as follows: For Mayor-A. C. Bowness, W. S. Santo. For Council-Lester Clapp, Gus EricR-scn, George Leask, Rome Carr, J. F. Kennedy, J. W. Ward, Frank Cozell, Harold Higginbotham, Malcolm Horio, Fred Censat, Jos. B. Hall, Jos. Sarvia. Six of this number to be elected. The fiTst two were members of last year's council. For School Trustees-Harry Mc-Kowan, Harry White, John Laurie, J. R. Fink. ' Two to be elected. The first two were members of last year's board. Thr'Min Nelson"' Nelson, B.C., Jan. 13.-Candidates for Mayor, nominated today, are. J. A. Irving, Alderman Herbert Keefe and Paul Nipou. Candidates for. School Trustees are John Hamilton./'Wm. Johnston, and, Dr. Annie Verth-Jones," on the one ticket, and Harry Ama-s, Fred Irvine and Dr. Newton Wolverton. In the east 'ward the aldermen on Mr. Irving's ticket are Robert G. Joy and Thomas A. Lawson;.and in the west ward WnvjRutherford and Henry Waters. Mr. Keefe's ticket in the east ward consists of John Bell and James Johnstone, and in the west ward. Alderman W. M. Cunliffe and Alderman P. J. Gleaser. Trades and labor council candidates are: East ward, John Rodway; west ward, Aid. I. A. Austin. Independent candidates for aldermen are: A. S. Horswill and Edward Kerr, both in the east ward. In Mining Districts Greenwood, 1 B.C., Jan. 13.-Last year's mayor and council 'were re-elected by acclamation at Greenwood today. Nominations at Grand Forks: Mayor-C. M. \ Fripp 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.; Edward Taylor, H. E. Woodland and W. M. Dinsmore. School Trustees-Donald "McCallum, F. M. Kerby, J. A. McCallum, G. T. Moir and R. W. Hughes. At. Phoenix,, Mayor Matheson was elected by acclamation. The following aldermen were also, elected without a poll: A.;D. McKenzie, George Rogers, James" Marshall, T. Biner, M. Kane, W. Prendergast. Revelstoke Candidates Revelstoke, B.C.', Jan. 13-The nominations -for the civic ^elections at Revelstoke closed today, and are as follows: .  � vc secured the temporary use of part of the old C. P. R. depot and will again set up housekeeping. II. W. Pettit paid Coleman a business trip last week. A rr.'?eting was held in Kean's 'tire Wednesday eve-ninp: to arran-e for th: organization of the Orange Lodge, which is to take place here on Wednesday, Jan. 22nd. The' a�K'1al ball of the l.O.O.P. or- The Experienced Cook Says: "I us� A1 b e r ta's Best Baking Powder be-cause I know from actual' test that it never fails me." You, too, will find it invaluab 1 e. Alberta's Best is Baking Powder perfection-pure, wholesome, dependable ~ right in quality andxight in price. Ask your grocer for it 2 ??0++:C 8805 ;