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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, July THE LETITimiiJfSE DAILY. HEliALP 5 THE ORIGINAL Majestic Theatre TO-DAY Price 25c Sat. Matinee Price 25c Majestic Theatre TO-MORROW EVENING 7 tc 11 15c Special Special TEXAS TED'S DEFENCE" Soon! THE ORIGINAL Soon! CORONATION PICTURES AN APPOINTED THE CAPDIAN FARMER GETS ALL THE BENEFIT Republican Senator At- V tacks Taft and procity Wishmgton D C Itilj 4n at "tack on the Canadian reciprocity bill because it surrenders the market ot Hie American farmer .without any re- compense; thai the agreement was usurpation of authority, by the presi- dent, lhat Hie bill should, have orig inated in the house as a revenue mea- sure, v'.s made in the Senate today In- Mr. Groona of North Dakota, a "Hepuhl can insurgent Senator. Groona said the farmers were most unanimous-in their opposi- tion, that their, indifference was ap- parent onh to those uuuri; the f r attitude with prejudiced eyes. Are Your Kidneys Working Properly? h Will YM Make There s been a lot of guessing about rheumatism and rheumatic nwns gener ftlh but you can be dead sure that little pain aoioss your back came from T creased kidney action The kidnev's dutj is to filter the blood out the impurities collected by the returning blood it just hke absorbent cotton in a funnel jg the impun tea from polluted water ihe kidneys -ire not working you are bound for one of two betes and Wright a or .tiirn, Lumbago" and Sciatica. The for- mer course is usually fatal, and the latter pHinfiil but need not have as they both can be easily pre The very best prescription for all kid troubles is Njals Stone Root Com f.....- It is no patent medicine lut a scientific prescription composed of Stoncroot Buchu Juniper and other renwdlei.of proved value. Mort than :that, it has been proved by thousand! who haxc had clad relief from its me Ther- s nothing quite so miserable as 'the drayginz results' of sick kidneys. You are trifling with your own future R when you neglect so simple a precaution as a pleasant home treatment with Nyal's S gtohe Root Compound when results are certain .It soothes bladder irritation, givei t ,ou rest ini comfort at night and makes life once more enjoyable. The kidneys, liver and bladder are all r dependent upon one another, and Nytl'i Stove Root Compound ii pvtktiurly to help them all. and guaranteed kjr ALBERTA DRUG A BOOK CO. J. 0. H1OINBOTHAM A CO. JACKSON i COPE W. P. J- ALEXANDER LETHPRIDG6 and that probably some of those "so hiisily engaged in discovering that the ;fanners are indifferent, will have oec'asibh lo change opinion, when.the ballots are counted." In having Hie pact .framed and trying to force it through Congress, declared .Senator the president has (led Ins constitutional powers, a decidedly serious violation, he added. Thn lie 'continued "has apparently come to the conclusion that he represents the people of this ry both as executive and legis- lative and that the two houses of :t ire merely two bodies of men provided fen- by. .tho constitution, which he cannot unfortunately get rid 01 jnf nhich -arts to-be ignored and he" deems it neces- sin or exptdieiit'." Mr. Groona re- fcirttl f) whit he called the strange "of the supporters of the reciprocity measure, to explain fis' benefits and to defend.it" and ihe. president's action on the floor of the Setinic. fie contended the goods on wjiich the duties have been removed arc almost without excep- tion, goods that Canada will sell to us tint we have no hope of sell- to her, that-the trusts arc still protected; and that the farmers are to loss for their products in order thai this administration may have the glory of being; one to negotiate a trade agreement with Canada and force its ratification by He denounced the "agree- ment as a block to hide the adoption of a new economic and industrial pol- lu out of harmony with Republican- ism, a policy which, he said, the rank'- uid.file of the party would repudiate, inri he condemned the policy of plac- ng food products and raw materials at; the free list and retaining a pro- tective (hitv on manufactures. Mr. contended that the-'farmer re- buffs, "when he attempts to present to t-hn president, that the idmi'nistration is indifferent to the welfare of the farmer, that the free admission of the Canadian wheat glut; the Minneapolis and Dii- uth markets the detriment of Uie ir in he it growers, and cause the surrender of wheat growing for some vrars to conin. The agreement, ic said, Ravi; Canada SUclr a prcfcr- nce as the United Slates gave. no other nation. lie ,conclud- d, "suppoi't an agreement .which Sacrifices the interests of the Anittri- fanncr in order that the, Cana- ian farmer, the railroads, the mill- rs, the packers and in- crcstn may be bflnefiitcd." COMMISSION Favored by the Alberta Mayors at Calgary Conference At-lhe Conference of Mayors in i Calgary on Wednesday some iinport- Unl features of civic government and 'administration were discussed. A form of government simi- lar 10. the one existing in Calgary, such as a small elective qauiicil with appointed ser- vices and recommendations were siiji- jeet'to a two-thin! vote uf the coun- cil, were The concensus of opinion seemed to favor a continuance of the preseht system of an elective council, but comparatively few in number, so the statement, handed out to the press de- clared. The council, it was should -appoint the commissioners; with power of removal by a substan- tial majority-of thc.coimcil. .'Recommendations of the commis- sioned yarie'd only by a two-] thinly vote of the sounc-tl. The police department should be under the con- trol of the commissioners, whose re- commendations would, of he subject to the council's scrutiny. _. The abolition of the income tax, j which Calgary cut out. of its last! was generally iaVored. The! matter of ottering cash bonuses forj the securing new -industries .was J regarded with disfavor, although it was .thought desirable that the. bill prepared should assure wide provision for grants for the carry- ing out of publicity work and mat- ters of a similar nature. The adoption of a system of single generally favored, during a long discussion on city taxation, the feeling of-the'meeting the mrden ..of taxation, should be placed upon land wholly and solely. Property qualifications for. CDiuIi- datcss for the offices of mayor mil aldermen were approved. It was also thought that cities should be allowed the option of" is- suing slock instead of .debentures', i it was denned desirable..... It was also urjjcd lhat.municipalities should undertake ihe work of raising money for school purposed to the bonds to bring a better price in consequence of ihe security .if the oitv behind them. There .was consid- diversity of opinion over this point, however, and no definite elusion was arrived at. After meeting Hon. Mr. Mitch- ell expressed himself as 'eminently satisfied wiih ihe result of the con- ference; which had served its purpose well. He dt.'daml. lhat in view of the.-importance of the bill and the details to be worked (tut, it. was not ilcely that a bill would he presented at the forthcoming session- of the pro viticial hou'-se. A draft hill would, mwcver, be undertaken at an early in ltj, and would he presented to the liffercnt municipalities for discussion. time wonlddbe given, as most of tin; representatives of the f-itifs ippparod. to furl that some slight ..........uenls to their present charters jinny could get along for a year or two. They did not urge for immedi- ate passing of tin- bill. It was like- ly, however, that a general village and towns act would lie presented, preceding tin; general municipal act, probably covering places of limited where conditions would'be sim- ilar. WONDERFUL WORK DONE IN ONTARIO By the Department of Neglected and Dependent Children The eighteenth annual report of tin Department of Neglected and Depend- ent Children of Ontario has just nonie to hand, and shows the wonderful work that is being done in that prov- ince for the neglected and deliminunt child. Seven hundred and fifiy-eight child- ren were placed in foster homes dur- ing the year nml delin- quents were" dealt with in the Jnven- le Courts. In Ontario it costs every year to maintain''boys un'd girls in In- stitutions and industrial schools; and the report states that it is without, doubt infinitely better for these boys und .to enjoy the privilege of family, life, with its -kindly and educa- tive influences, ami nv the same time lo be contributing -to their own sup- port. With this idea in view, the fos- ter-home system in general use as the correct .method1-of providing for dependent children. It is estimated that the expenditure necessary in assuming the guardian- ship of an average, child, and prepar- ing and; sending. it to. a foster-home, does not exceed'the, sum of ten or'fif- teen dollars. The children when plac- ed In these visited once or more every by this method it is possible to. that .both the children anil i.he foster-parents.are getting a.square deal..; For delinquents, ihe system of pro- bation in this province is largely used and the probation officers are appoint Is the only water from tke Spring--- hence merits title of ITHE WATER OF QIMUTY AQIcJqes you good a if goqd to drink. C.C. PAGNUELO WINE 4, SPIRIT CO. Lethbrldge, Alta O.in very in and show to what ent the work is necessary, in Toronto dealt with i, in a population of about cd to advise and onnourage boyu and girls who have made a slip. Tile reports'of the different Child- ren's Aid which there 3 about teresting a. great ex The socie 509 child re a d the expense of doing} this work alone amounted lo Thirty-six children were sent to fos- ter-homes, and u40 placed on proba- tion, being committed to indus- trial schools. The work which is being done in On tario, was the first Inaugurated in tbe Dominion of Canada, and it was upon the laws in.force there that tbe Child- ren's Protection Act of Alberta wasi largely founded. In the province of Alberta', during1 the past, year. In a population of about 150 child- ren have been placed in rost.er-homes. Over cases of neglect and de- linquency have been investigated, ;iud nearly SOO boys have'been placed on irobation. 'All this been accom- plished at a far less cost than the work in tlie city of Toronto, and the cause of this is probably due lo the fact that the work, in Alberta Is more centralized than that hi Ontario. Strong pleas are boing made.In Ca- nada for more playgrounds: and Mr. ,7. J. Kclso, Superintendent of Neglect- ed Children in that province, urgeH lion different Children's Aid so- cieties the necessity of providing the playgrounds, of helping in the enforce ment of the Truancy Act, of enquiring nto cas.es of deformity, blindness and other defects, and in endeavoring Id secure medical Inspection and dental treatment, free if necessary, for the school children. Great emuhasis is placed on the ne- cessity of the societies Intervening in cases where parents neglect to prop- erly educate and control their child- ren. Some facts are quoted regarding street which go to show that this is most demoralizing lo children and should be prohibited by law un- der the age of eighteen. The experience of Ontario with the Curfew law apparently'has'been, that this is not sufficiently enforced even where the public is the strongest; and this is ascribed to the use of the word "curfew." Consequent. ly Ibis word has been dropped, and the law now forbids children under certain ages being on the streets with- out proper guardianship after eight or nine' o'clock at night. In "a lengthy the moving picture business, it is pointed out that the moving picture has come to stay, and all that is necessary'to make it of great educational value, Is a board of censorship. It is-stated that the Ontario legislature has agreed iipou legislation which will tend to improve' the'Standard of moving pictures, and which will fllso prohibit the attend- ance of children under sixteen, unless; Hiiir Health Sf You Have Scalp or Hair: Take Advantage of Thlt Offer We could not afford sttotigly continue to sell it as we do, if it did endorse Rexall Hair Tonic not do all we claim it will. Should Qur enthusiasm curry us away, and Rexall "93" Hair Tonic not give faction to the users, they would Iqie faith in us and our statementB, and'lix consequence our business prestige would suffer. We assure you that if your Is beginning to unnaturally or if you have any scalp trouble, RexaH "98" Hair Tonic'will promptly.'ertdir eate dandruff, atimuUte hair, growth and prevent premature baldnent. Our fatth in Rexall "93" Hair-Tonic fg so strong {.hat we ask you to try it on positive guarantee that your noney will bo cheerfully refunded1 If L does not do AS we claim. Two 50c and Sold only at our store Hexall Store. J. D. Hi gin bo them Co., Ltd., special agenta. accompanied by parent or guardian at any moving-picture or theatre. A great deal can be learned from perusal of thls-.report, and wbn- derful strides that have been made in the last few years-with regard to the child may be noticed by thoie Intef- eeled in the betterment of the human race. Mr. Kelso is to be congratujit-1 ed on the work that is being done in Ontario, and it is hoped he will he able to isecure the legislation for which he asks, some parts of which, fire already embodied in our own let in Alberta. flies at the rate of..150 miles an hour; the elder JO; the.rook, GO, and the pigeon, 50, Ten.days per annum is" the amount of sickness in human life. Re. John C. FerKitflon, an Anierlcati, has' been appointed adviser j.o'tlifi ministry of which :ias charge of railways, -telegraphs ,ud jioal offices of Chiiin. TORONTO BANK CLEARINGS SHOW INCREASE Toronto, Out.. .Tulytt.'-vClenrhiss of the Toronto banks as-passed through the local cleaving house, during the past, week including today- totallM week's clearing to-lolled and during the' corresponding week last year W2 mid the sim- ilar week of PLAYERS igajtrettes jfke popolarfngl ;