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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday. .Fuy Till-! LFrilBRIDCH fl'AILY HERALD Pageff If8100% PURE DECLINE EXERTS EVIL EYE AND KILLS STOCK Tertie Excitement at St Regis Where the People Live in Dread i h Cornwall Out luK vcttcmsut preijuU it Hie iiftle Indian "vlllagt, SU ftegls rth'eie the people are 'dread hj Ihe dtpusaUons levelled ngambt lob nfcon, i glil ttfteen y ho is belitn ed possess anv il eVe and to vhose poveis of ire attributed the madness of dogs and depth oC iMestptV" 7 he Indians deelve that Tola Is a "hlftelv and that she appears get sick 'run, imflutls die and th'tt thcfr liqve beftn made hideous Tljc men bean im able to, depose llie tell theli children to shun the "Witch Hilling's hate been not to let he sMtfou full on member at the tribe not on theii horses, or hogs The chiefs decided In council tliiu the gill imvt leave the tribe a onhe andt bus gone to oun an Uncle is engaged in basket making tola Is described as a bright preftj Oirl, who cherishes ambitions of becoming a teicbei of tilbe It is believed that a few c 'rifks peiiormed her at a school entcrhinmenl baie gnen nce in the fcjjiprsHtious feat bicli stalKs abroad THE DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE 'BIG FIGHTER VISITED POLICE 8.DB FITZSIMMONS GUEST AT THE VISITED BLACK- .SMITH SHOP Rub} Ro'iert tfllisiminoiu, appealed in pohce coart in older no may be gain- I (id of tho'ex-chahip of the circle, it mitht be well to state tiat he came .is an, invited guest. The big fellow cam down mst after couit ad- journed to shake bands v lib the chief and other members of the force, af- i ter which''He. hurried ol! to some place in the 'cltr-which' would be familiar to him Mturajlv be chose a black shop where he showed hlinscll an adept" with the hammer and the anvil, while he pounded out a souven- ir horse siioe for Mine Host Miebach. 'But u liob was in muted guest there were..many at police court this morning ecu .ng w is in a dit- it wliq_ without ex- ception informed the that then had not mtcidcil to yl loaded ,up, .inpepieii oil tile old cbilge and let off itli ihc costs oi'tbe court, th? loich 1 lenient u wing to Uie oc-asion wnlch inducul their lags DEPLORES LOW FRENCH ECONOMIST ADVOCATES PENSIONS AND AT LEAST THREE IN FAMILY Paris. June Tieroy-Beau- lleu, the emu ant French oeouonust his issued i sinking appeal to Trench men and French'womeii, tn .which bo points out tbo danger the (Inpopul'tlon and ths deuatioimliza lion Trance bv the i educed bnlh ntc Last the deaths otceodeil the births in France by almgst and the total number In 19] I as 000 less than the annual birth'rale du ing the second peiloj of the Second praplie Jf.' Lerov-Bealilleu declared tha'c tue droo in lb-3 French birlh fate Is immonl, due to the imhercal ish to limit the famih to the minimum It STORE A COMPLETE WRECK. Saskatoon, July his Cairns departmental store was completely destroyed. The in- surance is A new fiv-3-storey store for this .tirm has been under construction and will'be rilshed to comple- tion. Defective wiring is blamed for the -fire. the economist recomni-ends the es tablishment of a system of .state pre- mium" 'llle sum of 5100, in his op inion should be given foi each Ihird iniant as well as foi each additional infant This piemlurn shouHl be ills tnbutad inctneclive of the' foi tune of the il.ents and millionanes" should receive it as well is the poor He eslinnles that ?iOOOOOOO pel jear would be the to the state of Car .rviug out tills Dla'n. fie believes'thai Js not alone due to the fear ot the thege plBimums 'lf thev did not m expense of bringing up childien out Mlh late would ceitamh 1 claims to ilie pure ego lam j of mair'ed lOliplcB who do not wish 10 he bothered hy the real ing of m fants. The economist lias several remedies foi what TIP consid-ers a -verj thieat ening situation for the fature of nance ho thinks it is absol utelv necesEliv to 'teach tho Fieneh men that the nonnal famlh should include not ft-vvqT than tnreo chlH ren Thlb teaching should begin in the schools, nndrdenomtna- tional so that it tin be as a t nth essential to the ance of .the nation'. Furthemore. he favors, the adoption of a law, to bo applied without ception providing that no nerso-is shal Ihold public positions or be elig ible 'Or government emplovmeit of anv kind unless thej haip thiee c'u'd ren Ihe need of the third child that is what must be icmsted upon :hroughout France, decJaied il Lerov Beaulleu Ha estimates that of the average ten'marriages usually one or two bring forth no children, while the lemaining couples content themselves with 01 her one or two children As an additional encouragement it fiom falling and consideis it Aer miicii better to spend the na tional mone> in this w i than to dis tribute it in old age pensions It is better, the obligate-! trj to fahlj he sivs to pensions '.md thousand more births pe' eal foi the silvation of France demands that populate-d. the country LIBERALS' HOLD ILKESTON London, July the tion held todij at Ill-eston caused p) the appointment of Colonel Seely as Seerelai v of Wai In the Asquith Cab met, resulted in -v Libenl victor} The figuies 113 Col Seelj, M Freeman, At the last general election ith'crLib- eral majority was over ENDORSE RETALIATION POLICY London luh 1 bjpelec refeinng to the Canadian thieat to retaliate agai ist ihe United States if shipping of the Panama receives preferential tleat e'lt suggests that othoi eountiiej be dco Canada should impo'-i, difforen tial dua DEMOCRATIC LEADERS AT BALTIMORE MILADI Office EDITED BY "INO" PHONES: 1224 Reikienc. "I he bhou'd itlgrn Those who in .luly arc born Then >tbev will be exempt and Ire." Hum ime'b doubts rml .uiueu I Mrs. It. nrahli'of .Smith Kails, (nil., arrived on Saturday to spend a (line with htr daughter, Mrs. Asplln. Mr. K. left today trip to Vancouver Miss DriscoH' spent. vtJJi (-algal) mends tlic ii Mrs. William Weary, accompanied ill) 1 ilpui a'ld Mallei Bllla, ilrave on Thursday to spend a couple week-end.'of months in Vancouver and .Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. ,J. H. Mulhcrn hc-liil-iv visilois in MIS-S Man Murpln from a vvcek-wid vls Mr K ensemble recital given hy the pup lb if ilu I Coiibcivatou of Music on Saturday afternoon was 'a hie' Iv credit ale, K-ttirncd todav vshith sio'e volunos for the cveel in algarv 'itnte of the icieived Those1, taking part in the program'ions has Donc cist incl d d Misb Maijoiic Sherlock, on'a weeds' M-vsic Bowrrai1, Miss Kathleen si Mite Atknib, Miss Ma Mr .m' Mrs W I recbi rgcr and na Miss Mariraiet Glhbonb, lainilv lave gouo to Uldiiiuore for Miss Kathleen Patterson, Miss Hoi- thc'summer.- othy Church, Miss Marcella Latterly, Mi s Gcoige, Miss Gertie Miss Preston, do nestle science den-e, Mis- I la Ble Miss ,11 Icaclicr of Victoria, will spend the hcinolfs, Hiss i Hckeimc Misb biimmei vacation with friends m thisifvonh Brown Miss Noiah Mathevvs, uti U Nimil'Oiib Miss Dclas anJ 'Masters C.eo'Tiev loekwood, lerence Mrs t 13 Collins, of Sundial, who ws, lacob Mow Cl.arleb is visiting with vlr Pearson 03') jTarn linnce lloniL UUmr Mor I ighth st leaves for home on rn- ban and MObCovil? (lav Righj and Mrb Pieve leave on an extended trip Miss Helen Philp, of Hamilton, who! as been guest with Mi and Mrs Neil McLaclllan, has returned liome. Mrs I homos, of Minneapolis ar- rived to make an extended. Visit with her daughter, Mrs Simpson. un I'lldaj abroad. PCNG1I L'i-SlMS At o clock tins morning J. K.' Knox manse, the Hev. A. G. Cam- tron united in matnmom Miss i-cota Conn Sung, of Wisconsin, Miss Lilian has beep a to Mr Ueiijamin Pengilli, of im; -Ha Mr nml Mrs Pen will make then home at Stir- Keep This Date Open! Monday Morning next, will see opening of the greatest l' Clearance Sale ever 'organ- ized in Lethbridge. Look out for full announcement in this column. Wednesday, Half Holiday Tomorrow and'every Wed- nesday throughout July and August this store will close at 1 p. m. Hudson's guest with Mrs Pealson Od'J ,St kit for her home in Htirdett thib jgilh afternoon. ling Miss Alice Birch left vcsterday molnim; to spend i a couple of months at her home, in Chatham, Ont CARROLL-LEADER At three.o'clock tin Sunday after- noon in the private parloi ot the Dal las the Rev T P Pcirj bol- ,Miss O Hagan lelt Suurdav ihc marriage of Mi s Libel to bpcnd a month Mblting in Calgai) Helena Leader, of Valier, Montana, and Banff "J jto Mr Edwin Ruthlm Carroll, of Uaher, Montana Ihc witncbbcs weie thcJMr ind Mrs Charles Rompam of Llucsliolm Mr and Mrs Lalioll will reside in Valor, Montana Wherq Was God When the Cyclone Struck? Come and thEnk It over with me Sunday evening next A. C...WATSON, Pastor, First Bapl'st Church Morning Subject: Good A Month's Rainfatt Tnough rain fell during the month or June to ensure good ciops in Southern Alberta At the stitlon nt 7 Jliss Isabel Macauiav spent week end in laber Mrs Botgle, Hull, tilook was avis itor over the holidav with friends m Medicine Hat Miss Collins, of Carstairs, is guest of hei Mrs Game, route lei the L H lellifl came to this oitv fiom Spring Coulee to meet Mrs lei IliT, who has been usittng in Illinois Mi and "Urs Je'hfl hiv6 returned to Spring t- oulee all readings' .01 Lethbridge now takei the for the month measured 173 ches Dp to the Joth of month, the lainfall had about 73 inches, so that dur ing tbe past weel- appi oxirdate- ly one We'll has fallen To date In luh the measurement reads .03 inches.' The reading at L-athbridge Is so-new hat higher than at Up Faun vvhc.e several ttmei there was a lower reading than at 'he station hsrfc It thoug'lt that tho rainfall in citj for the month was about two Inches ev I L1 llughs-on, of MacDougal chiirch, a-former pafe- toi it Ylcslei chinch in this citv will pomlilcl aninvcriin services at church, North Leth- bririgc, on lulv 2Slh (Winnipeg Flee Press) A pretty wedding was solemnized at thp home of Mi and Mis 1 B floAanlrck, 5a4 Agnes stieet, Winni peg at 3 o clock June 2u when their daughtei Mabel Edith became' the bride of Rev Jos F. Woodsworth, B.A., of Stettler, Al- berta. The "Ceremony W'as performed by Rev Dr 'ttoodswoith fathei of the I assisted by Rev.- Dr. Cooke pastoi of ZIon church, Winni peg The bride wis supported bs her sistel, Miss Tvelvn M CiowPnlock, while the was ablj assht Tho happj coUplo the recip ients of jnany beautiful gifts AUei the reception at the hon e of the bride s patents Mi and Mrs Wi< I A son left fou Lefhbrldge the) '_.________________. will res'de the bride travelling in 1 tailored suit of blue surge ind hat to match. ed m Ills brother, U B oodsworth, of Rad Deer A.lta The bride was tistilj atfired in a lovelv dress of norj satin charmeuse while her ibrldeamu-J woie a becoming dress